Auction: 21013 - Important Stamps and Covers of the British Commonwealth - Conducted behind closed doors
1961 Decimal Surcharges
2½c. on 2d. red-brown, Type II, a marginal strip of ten with surcharge grossly misplaced resulting in the top stamp without surcharge, the others with surcharge at top, fresh and fine unmounted mint. The rarest of all the surcharge varieties and of the highest exhibition calibre. R.P.S. Certificate (1975). S.G. 159b, £16,000. Photo
"County", September 2003
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