FIJI collection. 1878-1964, SG cat $1030 for $A195

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FIJI collection. 1878-1964, SG cat $1030 for $A195

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FIJI coll. 1878-1964, SG cat $1,030 for $A225

Working again through the superb British Commonwealth collection I bought, all on expensive Stanley Gibbons ''Senator'' leaves. A summary of the other countries here, are shown on the yellow sheet above -- scanning them up this week when I get time. :!:

All the same sort of era coverage as this one, as the Barrister who formed this had. Nothing added to any of them for near 60 years. Let me know if any particular country there is of interest. 8-)

Mostly mint, and a superb kick-off collection for this super popular and seldom offered area - a great deal of spaces already filled up here. Many key singles and scarce full sets here as can readily be seen, that usually are sold off separately. KGV fresh MUH plate block etc. Early QE2 set fresh M to £1 top value etc.

SG cat is £530=$A1,050, and noted in pencil on each set, and page etc, for your easy checking.

The very scarce 1940 Postage Dues are near all fresh MUH margin copies, the selvedge is folded back underneath .. they alone are worth a decent chunk of my asking price.

The lowest stamp 1½d Red KGVI on that 1938 page is the rare Die 1 MLH ... not noted on the page.

Formed in the UK, and migrated here with the family. Bound to be the odd blemish here and there, but mostly are very fine, and many are superb - the KGVI and later material looks great and fine and clean - these go back 145 years old, but priced to clear at a fraction of SG.

$A225 plus Global Post

Call it - "Fiji Coll : Stock 536AU" - please order via new HTTPS encrypted SECURE site - And please do that NOW. Too many think “I’ll do that later” and then quickly “forget”. I then often lose the stamps in the rubble here, and waste an annoying hour finding them again. :twisted:


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As most know - I do NO fairs or shows, have NO shop, and do NOT bother with ebay or any other auctions. I buy endless bulk lots from Estates, and distress sales etc, in this massive city of 6 million, with no other real stamp buyers here, and offer it here at *NETT* prices for fast turnover. NO "20%-25% Buyer Fees" and “3% credit card fees” to add to my *NETT* prices, as in auction! ZERO extra charged to use any cards - and Amex is accepted too or PayPal in ANY currency. .

Many similar mouth-watering NETT price offers are being loaded weekly onto - and Unless noted by me, all stampboards lots priced *$A100 and under* are generally mailed Unregistered and untracked at *YOUR* total risk, unless YOU specifically note otherwise on order form. 1,000s of my transactions here for 15 years have been delivered safely by normal post. :idea:

Orders over $100 are ALWAYS sent Registered (but Max PO cover is for $A100 only sadly) - cost is extra $A4 local. Request this on order form if you require it, under $A100. Letter size FOREIGN sendings globally are usually only $4 untracked. Smallish large packet items FOREIGN up to 500g/1lb are normally sent in pre-paid Registered envelopes cost $17 total, near always dodging you inward VAT/GST Taxes/Fees!

"All Risk" Insurance is always possible if required as well, and is cheap at $A2 per $A100 covered locally, or $3 per $A100 overseas - and all buyers are strongly advised to use this, and I generally will add it automatically, unless asked not to. Full detail on all of this - It is like Travel Insurance - decline that when booking your ticket, and THEN tell Qantas you really meant to take it out 3 weeks back, and ‘you now need to cancel your ticket, with no nasty penalty please’, and see how you get on with THAT one! :lol: :lol:

As per stampboard convention - this lot is offered exclusively first to board members - and on no other sales venue. For members who make a BANK TRANSFER or send cheque or Money Order etc, you WILL generally get your goods faster, as it saves me some hassle - but you MUST email me the confirmation number etc - many "forget"! Phone me anytime with any queries on these stamps - 0409 399 888
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Re: FIJI collection. 1878-1964, SG cat $1030 for $A195

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Reduced $A30 to just $A195!
Click HERE to see superb RARE & unusual stamps - FIXED low nett prices, high rez pix + NO 20% buyer fees!
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