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MULREADIES & POSTAL HISTORY
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1876 DLR Die Proof on the 1877 4d Telegraph value in Black with blank check letter squares and plate numbers, on glazed card and dated “Nov 1, 1876”, Cat £800, fine and very scarce.
1892 ½d. Brown Printed Advertising Wrapper from "G. Harding & Son" (ironmongery suppliers, designed for their "Competition Guide" addressed with printed address label and postmarked "S.E.-EZ" circular stamp dated "27-7-92. Wrapper still sealed and in Good/Fine condition. Scarce & most attractive.
80% DISCOUNT 1908 ½d Green Newswrapper to Germany with advertising cachet in purple at left for “Prices Palmitine candles” cancelled with newspaper branch cancel.
Rare GV Double First Day Cover. ½d. Green on ½d. printed postcard – addressed to Queensland Australia & cancelled “Leicester Ju 22 11”. £185.00
1912 Hand coloured humorous postcard encaptioned “Light Opera & Low Comedy” addressed to Fulham. Franked ½d. ‘Mackennal’ & cancelled ‘Ilford’ from the ‘Lucifer’ series but unsigned. Fine/Very Fine. Scarce.
Charles Whiting Essays (Reprint from the ‘Art Journal’). Good/very fine and rare quarto size sheet (not quite A4) showing examples of embossing and engine turning and two examples printed by the congreve method. Three of the designs illus. in Spec. Cat. figs 16 & 21. The back shows a red & green panel inscr. ‘GPrinted by Charles Whiting for protection against forgery’. One or two minor tone spots but generally in very good condition for this.