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Lot 3084 Great Britain

Grossbritannien

Großbritannien 1840, Original-Essay-Ganzsachen-Umschlag von Charles Whiting und William Wyon 'Victoria ohne Krone', mit Inschrift 'PAID' in hellblau. Diese erste Essay-Ganzsache wurde von der britischen Post in Auftrag gegeben, um die Mullready-Umschläge abzulösen. Die Ganzsache wurde von einem Handelsreisenden nach Südaustralien mitgenommen und am 14.Oktober 1856 in Adelaide aufgegeben, mit dem roten Stempel 'PAID ADELAIDE S.A. / OC 14 / 1856' per Schiffspost an 'John Allen Esq. /Moseley St. / Manchester' geschickt worden. Rückseitig mit Ankunft-Stempel vom 12.Januar 1857, vorderseitig mit rotem Paid-Stempel vom 11.Januar 1857. Dieses Ganzsachen-Essay ist verwendet sehr selten, in Verwendung von Australien nach Großbritannien ein UNIKAT, das bisher auf keiner Auktion angeboten wurde. Die Bedarfsspuren sind bei der großen Seltenheit unbedeutend.Charles Whiting und William Wyon haben schon bei der Ausschreibung der Penny Black den 3.Platz von 2.600 Teilnehmern erreicht. Der für die Umschläge ausgewählte Entwurf (auch von William Wyon) unterscheidet sich von diesem nur durch die aufgesetzte Krone.Charles Whiting war in dieser Zeit als Drucker bei Beaufort House am Strand tätig, William Wyon war offizieller Chefgraveur der Royal Mint, er hat u.a. auch die indischen Rupien entworfen.Ein gelaufener Inlandsbrief von Großbritannien befindet sich im britischen Museum (ex. Sammlung der Windsors), einen zweiten Inlandsbrief finden Sie bei einem Londoner Raritätenhändler zu einem weit höheren Schätzpreis. Die vorliegende Verwendung ist ein UNIKAT.

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Great Britain 1840, original essay postal stationery envelope from Charles Whiting and William Wyon 'Victoria without crown,' with inscription 'PAID' in light blue. These first essay postal stationery became from of the British post commissioned, about the Mullready covers soak off. The postal stationery became from a commercial travellers to South Australia brought and at the 14. Oct 1856 in Adelaide mailed, with the red cancel 'PAID ADELAIDE S. A. / OC 14 / 1856' per ship mail at 'John all Esq. / Moseley St. / red scum' sent become. On the reverse side with arrival cancel from 12. January 1857, on face with red Paid cancel from 11. January 1857. This postal stationery essay is used very rare, in use from Australia to Great Britain an unique piece, the so far on no auction offered became. The traces of usage are at the large rarity insignificant. Charles Whiting and William Wyon have already at the bidding the penny Black the 3. Place from 2.600 participants reaches. The for the covers selected draft (also from William Wyon) distinguishes be from this only through the mounted crown. Charles Whiting was during this time as Printer by Beaufort House on the beach working, William Wyon was official chief engraver the Royal Mint, he has among others also the Indian Rupee designed. An used domestic letter from Great Britain is in the British museum (ex. Collection the Windsors), a second domestic letter find they by a cockney dealer in rare objects to a wide higher estimated-price. The existing use is an unique piece.

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Christopher G. Harman

chrisharman@hwsltd.com

c/o RPSL Ltd., 41 Devonshire Place

W1G 6JY London, UK

Specialist for:
Stamps of Great Britain 1840-1971; Perkins Bacon issues of the British Empire 1848-1883

Alan Keith Huggins

Briar Lodge, 134 Berkley Avenue

HP5 2RT Chesham, UK

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Karl-Albert Louis

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65183 Wiesbaden, Deutschland

Specialist for:
Great Britain: Michel Nos. 1 - 101 (without Officials)


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