A)3 One Anna mint Die I, Die II & Die III stamps. B)12 One Anna Red Die I Shades. C)13 One Anna Red Die II Shade Varieties, of which 1 is mint & 1 unused. D)8 One Anna Red Die III (E Stone) Shade Varieties.
A)5 One - Half Anna Blue Die I “A” Stone Touches - Up stamps, which includes Intermediate stone stamp & position 6, 30, 54, 78 stamps respectively. B)14 One - Half Anna Blue Die II Shades Varieties, out of which 3 are unused. C)18 One - Half Anna Die III Colour Shades Varieties, out of which 3 are specified as Greenish Blue Shades, while the rest range in Pale Blue to Deep Blues Shades.
A)13 Two Anna Green, Frame lines and Shade Variations stamps, of which 2 stamps are a co-joined set with Frame Lines. The first example of the shade variations is a pair, while the rest are individually presented. B)2 Two Anna Green stamps, of which one is used and one is affixed Paying the Rate within India to Calcutta (Nynee Tal - Calcutta, 1855). C)4 Two Anna Green stamps, of which two are affixed, Paying the Registration Fee on an Internal Cover (Calcutta
- Umritsur,1857). Two presented individually.
A)17 Two Annas Green, Frame Lines and Shade Variations stamps, of which 3 are a co-joined set, while the rest are individually presented. B)2 Two Anna Green stamps affixed on envelopes, the first bearing the Coast of Arms, East India Co, cancelled with Copper type 6 (Madras - Bombay, 1854). Followed with a stamp tied by diamond of seven lines (Bombay - Ahmednugghur, May, 1855, Paid in red. C)2 Two Anna Green stamps affixed on envelopes, the first tied by Tezpore in Assam (1854). Followed with a stamp tied by Bombay, numeral ‘1’ in diamond of lines. (Secundrabad - Bombay, August, 1856, “Bombay 12AU56 Paid” in red.
This lot comprises of 4 Four Annas Red & Blue: Second Printing, December 1854 stamps, of which one is affixed on an envelope. While 3 are of Frame Die I, Head Die II Early & Head Die II Late, frames respectively.
This lot comprises of 1 stamp, used, with Bombay “I” cancel. Watermarked part Coat-of-Arms, 4th printing, Head III, Frame II, Pos.15 (SG23). This lot comes with a certificate issued by the expert committee of B.P.A. Expertising Ltd., London (No: 83,040).
This lot comprises of one stamp affixed on an1857 envelope to England, franked with 1854 4a blue and rose-red, cut to shape, 4th printing, Head III Frame II tied by UMBALA numeral " 259" in diamond of bars also " stamped" in manuscript and box framed "INDIA PAID" twice and " TOO LATE", reverse bears despatch mark Umbala 7 Feb 1857, Bombay 11 Feb 1857 and receiving mark YORK MR2O 1857. Front bears tomb type PAID 20 MR 20 1857 in red.
This lot comprises of 1 stamp, affixed on envelope to Cheltenham, franked with cut-to-shape SG23, cancelled by Bangalore "Cl10" in diamond of dots, with red boxed and crescent-framed "INDIA PAID" hand stamps and London 15.8.58 cds, back stamped Bangalore 28.6.58, Bombay, and Cheltenham cds's. This lot comes with a certificate issued by the expert committee of B.P.A. Expertising Ltd., London (No: 78,738).
This lot comprises of 1 stamp, with Belgaum numeral "85" in diamond of bars cancel. Watermarked part Coat-of-Arms, 5th printing, Head III, Frame II, Pos.15 (SG25). This lot comes with a certificate issued by the expert committee of B.P.A. Expertising Ltd., London (No: 79,246).
This lot comprises of 1 stamp affixed on an envelope, SG No. 23, cut to shape used on letter sheet cover to England. This lot comes with a certificate issued by The Royal Philatelic Society, London (No: 207956).
A)Dated 16th December, 1934, stamped Semaphore Station, Saugor Island - Park Street, Calcutta. B)Rocket No. 83, dated 27th September, 1935. Second series of Severn rocket experiments works conducted in Sikkim state from 27th September - 4th October, 1935. C)Rocket No. 84, dated 28th September, 1935. The second experiment of the second series from the compound of Gangtok Telegraph Office. D)Rocket No. 86, dated 29th September, 1935. Franked by the special two rupee rocket stamp in purple which was tied to the missive by two cachets DES-PATCHED BY H.H. THE MAHARAJAH. E)Rocket No. 88, dated 1st October, 1935. Special two rupee purple rocket stamp was overprinted PARCEL in red. postmarked GANGTOK 1 OCT.35. F)Rocket No. 89, dated 4th October, 1935. Franked with special two rupee rocket stamp which is tied to the missive by a two line cachet reading :- ROCKET MAIL PRINCESS PEMTSIDON. Oct.4th. 1935. G)Dated 11th October, 1937. Alipore. Carried by the “Boomerang” The world’s first Boomerang Rocket Flight.