Large Stamp Collection

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Friday 07 May 2021

Commencing at 11:00am

Bedford Auction Centre

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Friday 30th April – 9am - 5pm
Saturday 1st May – 9am - 1pm
Thursday 6th May – 9am to 5pm,
Morning of sale from 9am
*subject to change and dependent upon Government guidance.

A large consignment of stamp collection to include a King George V 1929 Postal Union Congress £1 black unused stamp contained in a Harrington & Byrne folio binder, Eleven King George V stamp sets including the 1929 UPU Congress Collection, the ‘Seahorses” Collection, ‘The War Tax Stamp Collection’ and others, Twelve albums of Queen Elizabeth II stamp sets including 1972 Machin Imperforate £1 block of four error stamps, a 1953 Coronation stamp cover,
the 2012 UK Olympic & Paralympic Stamp Collection, and more mainly in folio binders,
frames and loose.

 

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