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A collection of rare stamps which have been collecting dust in an attic for more than 100 years are now set to fetch at least a quarter of a million pounds at auction after being discovered. The 35 Chinese stamps, which were originally bought by an English missionary in Shanghai in 1882, were recently uncovered in an old cigar box in the attic of a property in the Cotswolds. 79,000 by international stamp dealer Allan Grant, who received a tip-off that the stamps could be worth a fortune. The lot is particularly valuable because within the collection is an uncut sheet of nineteen ultra-rare ‘candarin’ stamps, which had been kept by the English missionary for ‘day to day postage use’. The rather insignificant-looking unused yellow stamps, printed on very thin paper, were bought in Shanghai in 1882 and feature a dragon design. They are known in the stamp world as ‘5 candarin ochres’. Auctioneer Nicholas Granger, owner of British Bespoke Auctions, said the original owner of the Chinese stamps wishes to remain anonymous but says the seller was ‘stunned but delighted’ by the huge amount he received for them.

Shanghai in 1882 and feature a dragon design. Mr Granger, a retired Saville Row tailor, said: ‘All I could glean about the history of these stamps was that they were purchased by an English missionary who brought them back to England on his retirement over a century ago. The find is being described by experts as ‘incredible and unparalleled’. Winning bidder Mr Grant said the demand for early Chinese stamps now is ‘unprecedented’. He added: ‘Finding unused examples in such superb condition, still on a sheet, is incredibly rare. Eventually it was between myself and one other bidder.

March 11th, 2018
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