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Lot No. Country of Origin: Estimate: £ Bid:
LOT1099 Jamaica

1860-1970 Original unpicked collection on leaves from a large A to Z collector's estate mint & used assembly incl 1860 1d blue mint, 1870 to 2/- used, 1883 to 1/- used, GV to 2/-, 1938 to 5/- m & u, 1956 set to £1 mint, 1962 set mint, 1964 Indep set m, 1969 Decimal ovpt set U/M, 1970 set U/M, etc, nice clean lot to fill those gaps.

LOT1100 Jamaica

1870-1935 Mint and used assembly with better pickings including 1883-97 to 5s lilac used, 1903-4 to 5d Arms m & u, 1905-11 to 5s mint (Cat £55), 1912-20 to 5s used, 1921-29 to 5s m & u, (c117).

LOT1101 Jamaica

1874 (16 Mar) Incoming Mail; Entire London to VERE Jamaica bearing 1s green pl. 8 tied LONDON EC / ZZ/ MR 16 / 74 cancels sent to Daniel Callaghan at Perrins Estate, Vere, Jamaica. VERE / JAMAICA part receiving CDS on obverse. This sugar plantation was served by up to 268 enslaved workers in the 1830s. Callaghan was also proprietor of Pusy Hall sugar plantation. Intr.

LOT1102 Jamaica

1915 Jamaica War Stamp League - Red Cross labels produced by Lewis Ashenheim (a Kingston solicitor) to support the Red Cross and collect Funds for the purchase of Aircraft for the Royal Flying Corps and relief of Polish Jews. Three different labels biplane above Red Cross printed in red (1st Dec), Jamaica added in black (1916 15 Jan) & Half Penny added in black (1916 11th Mar). All postally used. (3).

LOT1103 Jamaica

1938 (8 Feb) JAMAICA PHILATELIC SOCIETY / THIRD STAMP EXHIBITION / AT NATHAN'S STORE / 3rd to 10th February 1938, large blue handstamp tying 2s pal tree defins and addresses to Chapelton, Kingston Feb 8 machine mark on reverse and Chapeltown receiving b/s, few curled corners but nice additional to any Jamaica collection.

LOT1104 Jamaica

1938-1955 Attractive range of first day covers including GVI defins 1938 ½d & 1d in vertical pairs, 1938 regd cover 2d, 2½d, 3dm 4d, 6d & 9d all tied Constant Spring CDS's, 1952 3d, Jamboree, 1953 Coronation, Royal Visit (illus), 1955 Tercent set 4 (illus), 1956 2d, 2½d & 3/- on two illus covers. Few minor faults, tones, corner bend etc, but nice selection. (9).

LOT1105 Jamaica

1948 Royal Silver Wedding £1 red left marginal example with neat CDS, cancelled to order with gum, sound, SG 144.

LOT1106 Jamaica

Attractive mint assembly on thirty seven large stockcards some light duplication noted 1956 set (Cat £110), 1962 Indep. set, 1964 set (2), Officials long set, 1969 Decimal set (2), 1979 set, then sets to 2000s, lovely thematic issues, nice clean lot. (Approx 700).

LOT1107 Jamaica

Attractive mint & used assembly on fourteen large stockcards some light duplication noted QV 6d & 2s mint, 1912 15 values to 2s mint, 1919 3s & 5s mint (2), 1932 set 3 (Cat £81), 1938 GVI set to £1 mint (Cat £150), nice clean lot. (Approx 190).

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