| /Broad C in Centavos Escudito with no accent on U variety, showing the partially worn plate. Four margins, close at bottom left, with Buenos Aires CDS dated 15th August 1863.
| /Broad C in Centavos Escudito with no accent on U variety, showing the partially worn plate. Pretty blue, mute cancel with stars in rhomboid design. Proven to belong to Gualeguaychu, although attributed by Kneitschel and Solari to Parana.
| /Broad C in Centavos Escudito with no accent on U variety, showing the partially worn plate. Four margin, bright carmine-red, vertical strip of three on piece with late-use, double Gualegualchu handstamps. A scarce and attractive multiple.
| /Printed pages extracted from a copy of Valores Postales Argentinos (C. Carles), headed "Collection of the Types of Postal Values adopted on a Definitive Basis by Resolution dated 23 August 1892". The pages are numbered 859 to 909 and contain examples of the stamps and postal stationery issued in 1892, affixed to pages and overprinted MUESTRA throughout. Small tears on the pages not affecting the specimens.
| /One of the two major flaws in the sheet. Position 68, showing either a retouch or damage around the EG of FUEGO. Unmounted block of four showing the flaw on the upper-left stamp.
| /This stamp pre-dates the previous earliest known usages of April 1891. Brian Moorhouse's opinion was that this may be a test usage (although the stamp appears to have been affixed to an envelope at some point...). A unique item and an important addition to a serious TDF collection. Thin, hinge remnant and paper adhesion to reverse. Supplied with original Stanley Gibbons' stock card from the 1980's and 2016 Moorhouse certificate.
| /As UPU delegate books go, this is probably one of the most impressive. Gilt embossed, padded leather look textured cover with moire fabric endsheets, presented in marble effect protective box. Enclosed on dedicated, interleaved album pages are mint sets and stamps issued between 1935 and 1939, plus the 1939 C.Y.T.R.A unsevered vertical pair of souvenir sheets (Scott 468b). A lovely and scarce item.
| /Thin paper with blurred impression and no watermark (seventh printing). Expertiser's mark to reverse. Nearly four margins, touching to bottom right. Small paper scuff above C of Cinco.
| /Both red surcharged issues in MNH blocks. Note how the depth of overprint is much heavier in the 11.5 x 12 issue.
| /Gutter proof pair of the 1949 printing, sun with straight rays watermark. The scarcest variety of this printing. GJ 788PE. Light fold to center gutter.
| /Marginal corner block quadruple perforation error. Perf 13.5 x 12.5. MNH to upper two stamps.
| /Distinctive paper fold error. Perf. 13.5 x 12.5 on unwatermarked paper. MNH with previous hinging on the selvedge.
| /Block of eight, corner marginal, printed on card, showing plate number to top right. A few rust spots to reverse.
| /One of ten color combinations. Grey green and blue on glazed card. Previously hinged, MNG as printed.
| /Horizontal imperf pair with part ABNC imprint in the distinctive brown lake shade. GJ 54PH reddish lilac. Top stamp has a hinge remnant, bottom stamp is MNH. Scarce.
| /Used pair of the perf 12 variety and tougher as a multiple. Hinge remnant. Small corner fold to right hand stamp.
| /1st Anniversary of the Revolution set. Some hinge remnants and ragged perfs, typical for the issue.
| /Paper fold error with partial printing on the gummed side of the sheet due to a corner fold. Marginal block. Small paper tear in selvedge only at left. Top two stamps LM Mint, bottom two MNH.
| /Accent over U of Republica. Full four margin example with good gum. Owners mark to reverse. A lovely example.
| /Argentine Confederation, small figures of value. Full four margin example with clean Rosario cancel.
| /Ten plate proofs of the River Port of Rosario colour trials. A strong contender for Argentina's most beautiful stamp. On previously unmounted card, printed by the South American Bank Note Company.
| /Sunken die proof on paper mounted to card. Unadopted essay, not listed in Kneitschel. The design came from a painting hanging in the office of the Director General of Posts in Buenos Aires. Ex 1990 Christie's ABNC sale.