| /Scott 3 pair with three huge margins, narrow to base, in a bright, light blue shade and cancelled with blue dotted handstamp. Originating in Arequipa and addressed to the well known firm of Thomas La Chambre and Company in Lima. Clear indentations from the cancellation device have been transferred to the reverse of the paper.
| /Choice, unused vertical pair, very well centered and with excellent original gum. Expertisation mark and pencil notation to reverse. An undercatalogued stamp, no doubt due to the number of counterfeits in the market.
| /Two examples of the Perkins & Bacon Pacific Steam Navigation Company issue, taken from the 5th reprint in 1863, the 1r Blue as issued and the 1r Brown Red which was not issued. The accompanying 2010 Sismondo certificate describes the stamps accurately, although I notice a later dot of ink on the 1r blue underneath the S.
| /Full four margin example of this classic invert with 1872 Emsing Class 5.2 cancel. In excellent condition with well balanced margins and no evidence of prior hinging. Expertization mark to reverse together with Diena signature in pencil. 1962 Diena certificate.
| /A very well centered example of this popular invert. Only 300 inverted examples printed (many off center). Small ink mark to bottom right perf tip.
| /Complete set of Steamship & Llama plate proofs in the issued colors (excludes 1c bister Coat of Arms). Engraved and printed by the National Banknote Company on thin, ungummed paper. No faults and never previously mounted. An attractive quartet.
| /ABNC die proof in the issued color, printed to raise funds for the unemployed. On India paper mounted to cream stock card.
| /ABNC die proof in the issued color, sunk on to cream stock card with no previous mounting.
| /ABNC Tacma and Arica postal tax proof in the issued colour, die sunk onto cream stock card. Train thematic.
| /An undercatalogued set with only 6,000 printed. Small print marks on the 50c and 2s values. Fresh.
| /A common stamp with an uncommon cancellation. CHOR. abbreviation for Chorrillos. Emsing type E1 cancel.
| /Complete set, excluding C13 airmail low value. Mostly VLM mint. The 2s value is MNH. The 10s top value looks MNH but has the feintest trace of a hinge under light. The 4s and 1s have hinge remnants. Onwers initials to reverse.
| /Progressive sunken die proof, produced prior to adding the value and text. The word 'AERO' can be faintly made out at top right. Printed on cream, wavy edged thick paper. Staining as per image.
| /Wide four margin example with upright centre strike Santa Ana cancel. Emsing Type E6 (€375 valuation). Also displaying missing left-hand lower leg of A in FRANCO, denoting estimated printing around July/August 1865. Hinge remnant.
| /Complete sheet of the 10c postage due of 1932, overprinted Cancelled in order to demonetise the stamp. Easily confused with the earlier issues; this is the Harrison's photo printing. Slight separation with a few perfs but overall intact.