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AA6071 1902 KEVII 5d dull purple and chestnut, wmk. Crown CA. Showing Damaged frame and crown flaw (left pane, row 1/3). Very fine and fresh mint. SG 14a £175
AA6070 1911 KEVII 3d purple on yellow. Showing Damaged frame and crown flaw (left pane, row 1/3), upper right stamp in positional upper left corner block of six showing plate '1' in margin. Hinged on two stamps, not the flaw, otherwise very fine unmounted. A very scare positional multiple. SG 32 unlisted var. (presumably to be SG 32a) £300
AA6116 1936 KGV 1½d pictorial definitive, perf. 12½ x 13½. Upper right corner pair showing running sheet number '25433' in margin. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG 36a £200
AA6113 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 1st December, envelope bearing KGV £1 (SG 45), cancelled 'REGISTERED / EBUTE METTA NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to England. Registration label with 'EBUTE METTA' violet handstamp. Transit and arrival backstamps. Most attractive and scarce. SOLD
AA6105 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 28th January, printed envelope bearing KGV 1½d (SG 34), cancelled 'OYO / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to London. Opened on three sides. £15
AA6099 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 11th February, long envelope bearing KGV ½d x seven and 1½d (SG 34, 36), cancelled 'REGISTERED / EBUTE METTA NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to England. Registration label with 'EBUTE METTA' violet handstamp. Transit and arrival backstamps. £55
AA6090 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 13th February, KGV 3d registered stationery envelope, uprated with KGV 3d (SG 38), cancelled 'REGISTERED / LAGOS NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to Germany. Registration label endorsed 'Lagos 4' in ink, arrival backstamps. Attractive. £35
AA6068 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 14th February, envelope bearing KGV 1d strip of six (SG 35), cancelled 'UZUAKOLI', sent airmail to England. Apparently sent on the first flight, 'NUGU' transit strike on reverse and further applied with GB KGV ½d cancelled 'SUTTON COLDFIELD'. £30
AA6104 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 14th February, envelope bearing KGV 5/- (SG 43), cancelled 'LAGOS / NIGERIA' datestamp, sent airmail to England. Apparently on the first flight and endorsed as such at top. Attractive. SOLD
AA6092 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 15th February, envelope bearing KGV 6d (SG 40), cancelled 'KANO / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to England (Stanley Gibbons), and sent airmail. £15
AA6098 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 15th February, envelope bearing KGV 6d (SG 40), cancelled 'KANO / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to England (Stanley Gibbons), and sent airmail. Typewrtten endorsement upper left 'First Air Mail Nigeria to London via Kahrtoum'. £20
AA6062 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 6th March, envelope bearing KGV 2d and 3d (SG 37, 38), cancelled 'REGISTERED / ILORIN NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to England. £20
AA6067 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 9th March, envelope bearing single KGV ½d (SG 34), cancelled 'JOS / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to England. Lagos transit and arrival backstamps. A fine example of this unsealed letter rate. £25
AA6069 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 23rd March, long envelope bearing KGV ½d plus 1½d x three (SG 34, 35), cancelled 'GUSAU 23 MR 36' datestamps, sent registered to Ross-Shiells Ltd, London. Blank registration label endorsed in ink ''GUSAU', transit backstamps. Some glue staining to stamps. £35
AA6064 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 16th April, small envelope bearing KGV ½d and 4d (SG 34, 39), cancelled 'KAFANCHAN / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to Zaria. Sent registered, the label endorsed in red ink, apparently by rail to Kaduna Junction with transit backstamp and then arrival backstamp dated 19th April. Most attractive. £40
AA6107 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 9th April, envelope bearing single KGV 1½d on front plus strip of three on reverse (SG 34), cancelled 'REGISTERED / ZARIA NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to Switzerland. Sent registered, the label endorsed in black ink, transit and backstamps. Most attractive. £40
AA6100 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 7th May, printedenvelope bearing KGV 5/- (SG 43), cancelled 'REGISTERED / LAGOS NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to Switzerland. Sent registered and with label endorsed in ink 'Lagos 2'. Most attractive. £95
AA6101 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 7th May, right portion of truncated envelope bearing KGV ½d, 1d and £1 (SG 34, 35, 44), cancelled 'REGISTERED / LAGOS NIGERIA' datestamps, locally addressed. Most attractive and highly unusual, despite being cut-down. £225
AA6095 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 16th May, envelope bearing KGV 3d and 1/- (SG 38, 41), lighty cancelled 'PORT HARCOURT / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to England, and sent registered airmail. Registration label hand stamped 'Port Harcourt' in black. Transit and arrival backstamps. Opening tears at top and left. £30
AA6063 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 19th June, envelope bearing KGV 2d and 4d (SG 37, 39), cancelled 'REGISTERED / WARRA NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to England. Sent airmail, OSHOGBO and Lagos transit and backstamps. £15
AA6102 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 30th June, envelope bearing KGV 3d and 6d (SG 38, 40), cancelled 'REGISTERED / OSHOGBO NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to England, and sent registered airmail. Transit and arrival backstamp. Some soiling. £20
AA6106 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 20th July, envelope bearing KGV 1½d x three on front plus single ½d on reverse (SG 34, 36), cancelled 'AWKA / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to Scotland. Sent registered, the printed label, transit and backstamps. £35
AA6060 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 9th October, printed Airmail envelope bearing KGV 3d pair, these perf 12½x12½ (SG 38a), cancelled 'OSHOGBO / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to England. Struck with 'AIR MAIL / FIRST DESPATCH / LAGOS-LONDON / 29-10-36.' cachet. Most attractive and unusual. £85
AA6096 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 22nd October, envelope bearing KGV 6d (SG 40), cancelled 'BIDA / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to Anglo-Egyptian Sudan, and sent airmail. Struck with violet 'AIR MAIL / FIRST DESPATCH / LAGOS-LONDON / 29-10-36' cachet. Kano transit and 'SUDAN AIR MAIL' transit and arrival backstamps, further large 'KHARTOUM' strike on front. £30
AA6088 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 26th October, envelope (Royal crest on reverse flap), bearing KGV 1/- corner copy (SG 41), cancelled 'LAGOS / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to England. Sent airmail and struck with black 'AIR MAIL / FIRST DESPATCH / LAGOS-LONDON / 29-10-36.' Opening tear at top. £25
AA6089 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 31st October, printed O.H.M.S. envelope bearing KGV 1d, 2d and 3d (SG 35, 37, 38), cancelled 'REGISTERED / LAGOS NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to the USA. Plain registration label struck with violet 'LAGOS 8' handstamp, appropriate transit and arrival backstamps. £25
AA6108 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 4th December, two matching envelopes bearing KGV 2/6 and 5/- on one then 10/- and £1 on the other (SG 42, 43, 44, 45), each cancelled 'CALABAR / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to Scotland. Registration labels hand stamped 'CALABAR'. Most attractive. £485
AA6065 POSTAL HISTORY 1936 22nd December, KGV 3d registered stationery envelope, uprated with KGV ½d, 1½d and 6d (SG 34, 36, 40), each cancelled 'REGISTERED / BADAGRY NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to England. Registration label endorsed in ink, sent airmail. Lagos transit backstamp. Attractive. £35
AA6112 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 17th February, KGV 1d embossed stationery envelope uprated with KGV 2d and 3d (SG 37, 38), each cancelled 'BIDA NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed and sent airmail to England. £45
AA6111 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 11th March, KGV 3d long registered stationery envelope, uprated with KGV 6d x two (SG 40), each cancelled 'REGISTERED / KADUNA NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to England. Registration label hand stamped in black 'KADUNA', sent airmail. Kano transit backstamp. £45
AA6110 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 16th March, KGV 1d embossed stationery envelope, uprated with KGV 1d (SG 35), each cancelled 'CALABAR / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to England. Attractive. £35
AA6066 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 24th May, envelope bearing single KGV ½d (SG 34), indistinctly cancelled 'CALABAR / NIGERIA' ? datestamp, addressed to England. Sent at the unsealed letter rate., although this disallowed and struck with a black 'T' and then '2d TO PAY' cachet, duly applied with GB due also indistinctly cancelled. £35
AA6061 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 5th June, envelope bearing KGV 6d and KGVI 1d Coronation x three (SG 40, 46), cancelled 'BUKURU / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to Scotland. Plain registration label endorsed in black ink, sent airmail. Kaduna Junction transit backstamp. A little soiled but still attractive. £25
AA6093 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 12th June, long envelope bearing KGV 1/- and KGVI 3d Coronation (SG 41, 48), cancelled 'REGISTERED / ABEOKUTA NIGERIA' oval datestamps, addressed to England. Printed registration label, sent airmail. A little soiled but still attractive. £20
AA6091 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 18th June, post card bearing KGV ½d plus KGVI 1d x two and 1½d Coronation (SG 34, 46, 47), cancelled 'APAPA / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to Germany. Folded vertically. £15
AA6097 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 19th July, envelope bearing KGV 6d and KGVI Coronation 3d (SG 40, 48), cancelled 'LAGOS / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to Switzerland, and sent airmail. Typewrtten endorsement upper left 'via Kahrtoum/London', although apparently cancelled with two large black 'X' cachets. Crumpled at base. £25
AA6086 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 31st July, envelope bearing KGV 6d and KGVI Coronation 3d (SG 40, 48), each cancelled 'ETINAN / NIGERIA' sc violet datestamps, addressed to England. Registration label typewritten 'Etinan', transit and arrival backstamps. Attractive. £35
AA6109 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 3rd August, envelope bearing KGV 6d (SG 40), cancelled 'MAIDUGUR / NIGERIA' large sc datestamp, addressed and sent airmail to England. Some soiling around adhesive. £35
AA6087 POSTAL HISTORY 1937 31st December, post card bearing KGV 6d (SG 40), cancelled 'KANO / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to Germany. £20
AA6103 POSTAL HISTORY 1938 19th April, envelope bearing KGV 1d (SG 35, defective at base) on reverse, cancelled oval 'ABA / NIGERIA' datestamps, addressed to Scotland. Apparently sent airmail and underpaid, struck with 't' and '2d TO PAY' cachets, although apparently not charged (?). £20
AA6094 POSTAL HISTORY 1938 19th April, envelope bearing KGV 6d (SG 40), cancelled 'IBADAN / NIGERIA' datestamp, addressed to London, and sent airmail. Light edge faults. £15
AA6143 CAMEROON 1960 QEII overprinted 'CAMEROON / U.K.T.T.'. Complete set of 12 values, blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG T1-T12 £120
AA6142 CAMEROON 1960 QEII 6d overprinted 'CAMEROON / U.K.T.T.'. Upper right corner block of six, lower right stamp showing Major retouch (plate 2 1, row 2/10). Superb unmounted. SG T7ab, T7 £75
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