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GRENADA stamps:
1875 1/- deep mauve with prominent raised inverted "S" in "POSTAGE" (SG.13c, Cat.500), fine used.
500 sheets printed (500 errors).
£180


BARBADOS stamps:
Newly discovered 1874 d deep green (SG.65), a used example with unlisted DOUBLE PRINT.
Scan of normal for comparison only (not included)
£75

BRITISH GUIANA exhibition item Ex DALE LICHTENSTEIN
1860 1c pale rose (SG.29), a unique horizontal strip of four pmk'd by four delightful strikes Leguan Island code L/FE 7 1861 on piece. A stunning item Ex DALE LICHTENSTEIN.
Probably only a handful of classic VILLAGE multiples for all of the BWI group have survived period 1860-1885 (with exception Jamaica numerals), and later QV strips and blocks (1890's) having been soaked off piece and broken up.
£1400

BARBADOS "tramlines" variety:
1876 d bright green P.14 with Crown CC REVERSED wmk (SG.72x), mint pair with left copy showing prominent diagonal lines through second "N" of "PENNY".
£125

ST. VINCENT stamps:
1892 5/- purple ovp'd REVENUE (PML.49) badly thinned dated "2/5/94" and 1894 5/- greyish-purple ovp'd REVENUE (PML.50) fine used.
£18

ANTIGUA stamps:
1884 QV 6d deep green (SG.29), mint block of four from sheet positions 107-108, 119-120 showing mark in "UA" (Pos.107) and line over top outer frame-line (Pos.109), small imperfections. Cat.240.00.
£80

BARBADOS stamps
1875 5/- dull rose (SG.64), fine unused without gum.
£95


ONE OF GRENADA's RAREST STAMPS
1875 QV 1/- deep mauve SHLLIING error (SG.13a, Cat.6500 as normal mint), fine unused without gum ovp'd "SPEC" (as recorded Tim Pearce handbook Page 26, 3rd paragraph). Only 200 copies of the SPEC(IMEN) produced (ie 100 pairs) making at most ONLY TWO EXAMPLES possible with ONE SHLLIING error.
500 sheets of this issue were printed 13 March 1875 and overprinted 15 May 1875, and sent out to the colony 28 May 1875, shortly after the 'SPECIMEN' overprint was applied to two sheets. The issue was fully used and mint copies in good condition are hard to find.
£6000

WESTERN AUSTRALIA stamps
Spiro Brothers forgery of the 6d Swan in deep violet in a 'used' block of ten.
£48

BARBADOS stamps
1892 d dull green CA wmk (SG.106), a used block of twelve, smaller faults.
£12

The unique (2d) greyish-slate QUADRISECT, Barbados stamps
fragment with used previously unrecorded and SG unlisted quadrisect (SG.4a variety) tied Bridgetown obliterator on newspaper piece (d rate) mounted on small piece.
£1750

ORANGE FREE STATE
Spiro Brothers 1/- orange used sheet of 25 stamps.
£65

ANTIGUA
Newly discovered bogus Essay (Keyplate style) for a QV 1d stamp WITH SHADING BEHIND BOTH LIGHTHOUSE and SAILING SHIP (no actual printed stamps currently seen) in black printed on white stock.
Printed and perforated stamps without shading behind both lighthouse and sailing ship are recorded.
£180

DOMINICA stamps:
Panelli type forgery of the QV 6d in yellow-green with impressed Crown CC wmk., thinned.
£14

ST. VINCENT stamps:
1885 QV 4d red-brown (SG.50, Cat.950), good colour mounted mint, hinge remain and one short perf.
£175


BARBADOS stamps:
1861 (1d) pale blue (SG.23), unused without gum showing previously unnoticed prominent large birthmark on Britannia's arm, a constant variety found Row 5/3 on Plate II.
£36

VIRGIN ISLANDS stamps:
1867-70 imperf. PLATE PROOF of the 4d in maroon on ungummed unwatermarked paper.
£80

VIRGIN ISLANDS stamps:
Spiro Brothers litho forgery of the 6d St. Ursula design in rose in a corner marginal used block of six stamps.
£30

ST. CHRISTOPHER stamps:
Essay inscribed "ST. KITTS" and "POSTAGE" based on the St. Lucia first type issue design in sepia-brown, imperforate affixed to small piece.
£40

ST. VINCENT stamps:
Scarcer type litho perforated forgery of the QV 1/-in slate-grey, used with perf. faults.
£6
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