On 23 October 2013, Spink will be
offering the third in a series of auctions for this remarkable
holding of India.
The sale will commence with a good
group of the 1852 Scinde Dawk issue with all three colours
represented. The 1854 issue includes a wonderful 9½ arches ½a.
essay corner block of ten.
1854, Half Anna 9½ Arches Essay
Not an opportunity to be missed, the
above is believed to be the largest remaining block in this
A good array of the issued stamps
including unused multiples and covers is also included, and there
will be some very attractive Edward VII and George V essays on
offer, together with a range of die proofs.
1902-11, King Edward VII, issue
1911-33, King George V, definitive issue
King George VI, 1948 First Anniversary of Independence Gandhi
There is another wonderful group of
the ever popular 1911 Allahabad airmail light covers and the sale
concludes with some Campaign covers and a selection of Used Abroad
including a very rare 1857 cover from the Persian Field Force
franked at 1a.
1911 Allahabad First Aerial Post by Henri Péquet
1857 envelope to the Naval Dubash at Bombay
Speaking of the sale, stamp specialist
David Parsons said "we are delighted to offer Part III of the
extraordinary Medina Collection of India, which we are sure will be
as well-received as Parts I and II."
The first two parts of the Medina
series achieved very high results, including £70,000 for the 1854
Inverted Head Four Annas of India, one of the most sought after
stamps of 19th century philately. Part IV of this
award-winning collection is planned for January 2014.
Next Wednesday's sale will be followed
by Important British Empire Revenue Stamps in the afternoon.
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