Since our first auction in 1901, our experts have helped collectors find elusive and historically significant items that advance their collections.
During the lockdown in April this year, the team held their first timed auction which received bids from collectors around the world and overwhelmingly positive feedback."Confined to our homes once again (at least in the UK), you will enjoy browsing the auction for some items to fill those conspicuous gaps in your albums," Head of Auctions Tom Hazell said.
During this ongoing auction, an array of lovely and eclectic items are available for bidding including "a real collector’s trove of singles, sets and collections from all over the world."
1880 1s orange-brown Plate 13, lettered HJ, large part o.g. A very collectable example of this scarce stamp and sought-after stamp.
1883 10s cobalt on blued paper lettered KA overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’, with full original gum, an exceptionally fresh example of this scarce better ‘shade’ of the 10s on blued paper.
1931 5s booklet edition no.1, a very fine example of this difficult booklet, far above average.
1922-37 15s grey and purple/blue, a very fine example of this difficult high value from the popular ‘Badges’ issue.
1873-80 6d, ultramarine, 1s deep yellow-green and 5s orange, watermark CC, Perf 12½ type ''B'' surcharges, each hand-stamped 'CANCELLED' (Samuel Type D7), part o.g. trimmed perforations as usual (as these were cut from the sheets), very rare, an important addition to any St. Helena collection with excellent provenance. Ex 'Jamestown' collection Harmers, 8th March 1989 lot 1123
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The first lot closes at 7 pm (GMT) on Sunday, 29th November with subsequent lots closing at 30-second intervals thereafter.
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