David Feldman SA has been delighted to offer many showpiece items for sale privately in 2020, with several stunning 1840 Penny Blacks and Twopenny Blues of Great Britain as well as major rarities of Italian States. To finish the year, we have a further selection of desirable and very rare GB Line Engraved and the only recorded multiple of any “Abnormal” Surface Printed stamp.
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1840 One Penny Black, Plate 2, a superb marginal inscription example lettered AL from the upper right of the sheet showing part inscription “…ove the Cement” used on entire locally in London and cancelled by a superb and upright strike of the Black experimental Cross.
An extraordinary example with BPA Certificate 2010
1840 One Penny Black , Plate 3, An imprimatur lettered SE, large balanced margins and a stamp of impeccable provenance originally coming from the Collection of Her Majesty the Queen.
R.P.S Certificate 2001
1840 Two Pence Blue, Plate 2, an outstanding used block of ten in deep full blue, large margins all round, neatly cancelled by individual strikes of the black Maltese Cross, a major exhibition showpiece.
Ex HCV Adams
Two proof pulls in black on proof paper on card, both with the value blocked out, the first with the white line below “postage”, the second with white lines at top and foot. Fine and exceptional. A highly important item showing the development of the 1841 Two Pence stamp. S.G. Spec. DP42. Ex Chartwell
1841 Two Pence Blue, Plate 3, a superb vertical mint block of nine with full original gum, an extremely fresh block showing luxuriant colour, undoubtedly one of the finest multiples of this plate.
1841 Two Pence Blue, Plate 4, a corner marginal block of four
1841 Two Pence Blue, Plate 4, a corner marginal block of four, lettered AA-BB in a pale blue showing the plate number and part marginal inscription, with full sheet margins and close to large margins on other sides, full original gum and lightly mounted. In astonishingly fine condition, almost Post Office fresh and probably the finest plate number two pence block in existence. A highly important exhibition centrepiece. Ex Chartwell
1840 Mulready uprated with 1841 tied by London “10” Maltese Cross
1840 Mulready to Southampton dated 8/4/43, additionally franked with a superb imperf 1841 1d. red plate 33 on blued paper, lettered IE, neatly tied by a fine strike of the number “10” in black Maltese cross, the Mulready uncancelled contrary to regulations, a major exhibition show piece.
B.P.A. Certificate 1996. Ex Heather
1867 10d. red brown plate 2, the unique used abnormal pair, S.G. cat. £30,000 as two single used examples