1854 1d Red-Brown SG29 Pl 35 BG SPECIMEN Type 2 Very Fresh VG MNG Cat. £500.00
1854 1d Red-Brown SG29 Pl 35 BG SPECIMEN Type 2 Very Fresh VG MNG Cat. A very good mint (no gum) SPECIMEN Type 2 1d Red-Brown SG29, from plate 35, lettered BG with vertical overprint. Very fresh, slight perf trim, as usual. Many more interesting items over the next few weeks. Come see us at a Fair - check out our dates above and on our site. And enter the search term in the box, or use the index on the HOME PAGE. Members of the Philatelic Traders Society (PTS). Great Britain Philatelic Society (GBPS). I have always specialised in the line-engraved stamps of Great Britain - the various states and cancellations both being specialities. In the last ten years I have become a specialist in pictorial Victorian envelopes and in particular the Mulready Caricatures of the early 1840s. It is being published by the Royal Philatelic Society and will be promoted at London2022. Any information readers have on these stunning and rare items, in particular used examples, is gratefully received, and any included in the book will of course get full acknowledgement. In recent years I have expanded into other areas of philately and postal history, and a wide variety of collecting interests will be covered on my website. I also give talks to societies on Victorian Pictorial Envelopes. All items sent securely packed in board back envelopes for maximum protection. We'll be at the following fairs - Come find us! Wednesday-Saturday 29-2 (October) STAMPEX Stand 62 in The Business Design Centre, London.
Saturday-Saturday 19-26 LONDON2022 in The Business Design Centre, London. This item is in the category "Stamps\Great Britain\Victoria\Line-Engraved Issues". The seller is "pennyblack1" and is located in this country: GB.
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- Denomination: 1d
- Year of Issue: 1851-1860
- Quality: Mint No Gum/MNG
- Printing Method: Line-Engraved Issues
- Grade: VG (Very Good)
- Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
- Monarch/Regent: Victoria (1837-1901)
- Colour: Red