K & C PHILATELICS 

The Queen Victoria & Postal History Specialists.

 

Welcome to our website and hope you enjoy your visit.

Your comments are always welcome.

 

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New items added regularly.

 

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We specialise in the stamps and postal history of Great Britain covering

the pre-stamp era and the reign of Queen Victoria (1840-1901).

 

Our service, whether you are a newcomer to this fascinating

period of our social and philatelic history,

a Specialist Collector or an Exhibitor, is based on 40 years experience

as Specialist Dealers handling rare and unique items.

 

The emphasis has been, and always will be, on quality and rarity.

Our stock contains quality items:

the unusual; the exceptional and the unique. 

 

Rather than risk missing an item,

we are always pleased to discuss deferred terms.

 

Having helped to build many fine Collections, which is ongoing today,

we are always pleased to give advice on developing a Collection.

 

If you have for sale an individual item, or a Collection, from the

pre-stamp and/or the Victorian period, please make contact

as we are always interested in purchasing such material.

 

We look forward to receiving your WANTS LIST. 

Items can be reserved by phone or E-mail. 

Please see our  Terms of Business. 

 

New additions in all Sections.

 

The following are a few examples from Sections of the website.

 

2d SG35 plate 6 Pearson Hill Trial: Early Machines Section

Rideout Machine Number 1: Early Machines Section

 

4d SG66 Reversed SH Code: Early Machines Section

 

Rideout Second Trial: Early Machines Section

 

  Very early usage of Boston Trial: Early Machines Section

 

First Day Usage of the World's First Duplex: Line Engraved Section

 

Letter from Earl CARDIGAN 1836: Prestamp and Stampless Section

 

Uniform 4d Post Christmas Day letter: Pre-stamp and Stampless Section

 

Surcharged letter January 10th 1840: Pre-stamp and Stampless Section

 

  Entire dated and posted FIRST DAY Uniform 1d Post: Pre-stamp Section

 

'Madeleine Smith' Glasgow Experimental Duplex in GREEN: Scottish Postal History Section

 

2d SG34 Plate 5 BLUE Edinburgh Duplex EKD: Scottish Postal History Section

 

Number 2 in Cross on Front: Mulready Section

 

 2d Letter Sheet used in May 1840:  Mulready Section

 

2d Letter Sheet OHMS Gloucester Double Lined Cross: Mulready Section

 

MX applied Contrary to Regulations: Mulready Section

 

Hand illustrated Envelope: Hand drawn and Pictorial Envelopes Section

 

1d lilac Die 2 hand painted Front: Hand drawn and Pictorial Envelopes Section

 

The Magic Watch: Hand drawn and Pictorial Envelopes Section

 

Envelope illustrated BOTH SIDES:  Hand Drawn and Pictorial Envelopes Section

 

 Plate 1a pair: 1d Black Section

 

Plate 2 Watery Cross: 1d Black Section

 

 BRISTOL, SUNDAY MAY 31st 1840, Plate 3: 1d Black Section

 

Plate 4 Clear Profile: 1d Black Section

 

Maryport Cross Plate 3 on COVER: 1d Black Section

 

Irish COVER Plates 6 and 8: 1d Black Section

 

Plate 6 Re-entry: 1d Black Section

 

Plate 8 Re-entry: 1d Black Section

 

 

 Plate 1b INVERTED Watermark: 1d Black and Watermark Varieties Section.

 

Plate 1b INVERTED watermark Paisely Cross matched pair: 1d Black, Scottish and Watermark Sections

 

Plate 1: 2d Blue (1840) Section

 

Plate 1 Worcester numeral: 2d Blue (1840) Section

 

Greenock Cross with Certificate:  2d Blue (1840) Section

 

2d Plate 1 Steel Blue Greenock Crosses ON COVER: 1840 2d Blue Section

 

Dudley GREEN numeral 1856: Other Line-engraved Section 

 

Plate 18 with Basal Shifts: Other Line-engraved Section

 

Plate 77b B Blank Corrected with Certificate: Other Line-engraved Section

 

Plate 27: Other Line-engraved Section

 

Orange Brown shade: Other Line-engraved Section

 

1d Plate 9 Mottram Penny Post ON COVER: Other Line-engraved Section

 

1d Plate 158 RED Numeral Cancellations with BPA Certificate: Other Line-engraved Section

 

1d plate 63 and 2d plate 3 both full margins ON COVER: Other Line Engraved Section.

 

Very Rare Forwarding Agent cachets on a Pair of Entires: Other Line Engraved Section

 

Royal Mail Steam Packet Company one of the first sailings: Other Line Engraved Section

 

Plate 3 Aberdeen Numeral: Other Line Engraved and Scottish Sections

   

DUMFRIES Distinctive Cross: Scottish Section

 

141 of Ballygawley: Irish Section

 

10d on Entire: Embossed Section

 

One shilling pair Liverpool Floating Receiving House (FRH) cds on reverse: Embossed Section

 

LAST SAILING of Retaliatory Period: Embossed Section

 

4d SG62e White Paper Variety:  Surface Printed Section

 

 4d SG66a with RPS Cert: Surface Printed Section

 

4d SG66 INVERTED watermark: Surface Printed and Watermark Varieties Sections

 

 4d Plate 16 INVERTED watermark: Watermark Varieties Section

     

 4d SG152 variety LARGE 5 in plate number: Surface Printed Section.

             

6d Plate 12 ABNORMAL ON COVER with RPS Cert: Surface Printed Section

      

Imperf Control E with Certificate: Surface Printed Section

 

1d Lilac Control U Pair 1896: Surface Printed Section

 

Stock Exchange Forgery with Genuine: Surface Printed Section

 

Imprimatur: Jubilee Section

 

2d INTENSE CARMINE Shade: Jubilee Section

 

4d Jubilee: Jubilee Section

 

5/- and 5d Die 2: Jubilee Section  

  

FIRST DAY of ISSUE Registered Envelope to Budapest: Jubilee Section

 

1d Imperf on Envelope:  1890 Penny Post Jubilee Section

 

1/2d Brown Wrapper: 1890 Penny Post Jubilee Section

 

1d Pink Envelope Number 4 in Cross: Stationery Section

 

1d Pink Envelope Number 4 in Cross: Stationery Section

 

LARGE FORMAT used on Day of Issue: Stationery Section

 

1/2d Postcard Internal Irish Usage: Stationery Section

 

Valentine Envelope 1854: Stationery Section

 

3d Empire Card used to Australia - Stationery Section

 

To see a selection from our stock click on the links below.

 

SECTIONS.

   Early Machine Cancellations and Trials

Pre - stamp and Stampless

  Postal History of Scotland, Ireland and Wales

 The 1d and 2d Mulready  

Hand Drawn & Pictorial Envelopes 

  1d Blacks  1840 2d Blues

1d Reds, 2d Blues and other Line Engraved

Embossed  

Surface Printed, High Values, Lilac and Greens and 1d Lilac  

Jubilee Issue

  1890 Penny Post Jubilee 

Stationery, Registered Envelopes and Printed Adverts.

Watermark Varieties  

 

  Terms of Business     Contact Us    Links 

 

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K & C Philatelics

PO Box 5003 Danbury Essex CM3 4JU UK

Tel: 01245-223120  E-mail: kcphil@usa.net