Su 1 1935 General Gordon 20p SG 66 used £25
Su 2 1902 5pChalk surface paper in block of 4 SG 27a mounted mint on top two stamps. £95
Su 3 ABA POSTAL AGENCY cover back stamped at KOSTI (W.N) £25
Su 4 Sudan postal agency cover, it appears to be HLALIYA but the first letters are faint it is clearly back stamped KHARTOUM & ABU USHER
Su 6 1927 10m SG 42 with major colour shift unmounted mint £100 A single unmounted mint stamp I have for sale at £30
Su 7 1941 Sudan cover with the SG 79 stamp 4½p on 5m
Su 8 1948 4p perf13 overprinted SG plate block of 4 SG 052a unmounted mint £50
Su 9 1906 2m overprinted Army Sevice block of 4 SG A7 mounted at the top £40
Su 9 Registered cover from SINKAT to BRISTOL with the 1938 surcharged overprinted air stamps SG 74 & 75
Su 10 Registered Sudan Postal Agency cover METEMMA dated 18th November 1957, back stamps for SHENDI dated 20 NOV 57, and KHARTOUM 10.11.57, plus another METEMMA POSTAL AGENCY strike.
Su 11 1931 Sudan air-mail cover for the first stage of the First Flight Khartoum to Cape Town. Back stamped KOSTI WHITE NILE 16th December.
Su 12 1900 registered cover from Wadi Halfa, Sudan, to Belgium.
Su 13 1898 postal stationary cover with stamps added sent from Atbaha on 17th August to Camberley, Surrey, via Wadi Halfa arriving 5th September 1898
Su 14 Sudan cover used from Gambeila, Abyssinia in 1935, slight damage to the cover and some foxing, but a rare item.
Su 15 Nile Expeditionary Force postal stationery cover from Atbara in 1898
Su 16 Postal stationery from Khartoum to Andover in 1899 with a star & cresent cancel.
Su 17 Fine 1956 Sudan registered cover with a WAGAR POSTAL AGENCY cancel
Su 18 1903 5 mil on 5 mil inverted overprint SG 29a used. Stated to be genuine on BPA certificate dated 9th May 1973
Su 19 1903 5 mil on 5 mil inverted overprint SG 29a mounted mint. Stated to be genuine on BPA certificate dated 9th May 1973 but SG number given as 28a which has since changed to 29a.
Su 20 1905 1 mil Army Official with Quatrefoil watermark SG A4 mounted mint. Stated to be genuine on Royal Philatelic Society certificate dated 6th July 1926
Su 21 1897 cover from Dongola to Cairo
Su 22 1897 Egypt overprint set in strips of 6 with additional settings SG 1 to 9 some with hing marks and a couple of minor creases, plus the 2p SG 7 seems to be a reconstruction, all others are normal strips.
Su 23 1897 Sudan postage dues SG D1 toD4 in strips of 6, on the 1p SG D3 there is a hing reinforcement between stamps 2 & 3 and there are a few hing marks on other stamps, most are unmounted.
Su 24 1941 censored cover with a 4½ PIASTRES overprint on a 5mil stamp SG 79
Su 25 A registered cover sent via the NURI POSTAL AGENCY on 2nd March 1958
Su 26 A cover sent to Cairo from Wadi Halfa with stamps from the 1898 set of Sudan
Su 27 An Air Mail cover sent by Kassala - Sennar T.P.O. to Khartoum then on to Belper Derbyshire.
Su 28 Registered envelope with a 4½ P.T. overprint on the 3½ piastres registration and postal printed stamp sent via Kareima T.P.O. it has a KERMA EN NUZL registration label on the reverse.
Su 29 Registered envelope with a 4½ P.T. overprint on the 3½ piastres registration and postal printed stamp sent via Postal Agency El Bauga and Khartoum T.P.O.
Su 30 Registered envelope with the 3½ piastres registration and postal printed stamp sent via the El Lakandi Postal Agency
Su 31 A censored postal stationery cover with a printed 1 Piastre stamp overprinted 5 MILLIEMES, it has a PASSED BY CENSOR SUDAN 8 mark and travelled by Halfa - Khartoum T.P.O.
Su 32 A cover bearing the ATBARA S.P.S. cancel
Su 33 A cover carried by the Rabak Postal Agency on 31 January 1961
Su 34 Registered envelope with the 3½ piastres registration and postal printed stamp carried by the EL GHABA Postal Agency on 3rd March 1956
Su 35 A censored postcard which travelled by the SHELLAL - HALFA T.P.O. on the 1st March 1916 during the Bara Darfur campaign, the card was PASSED BY CENSOR SUDAN 11, the stamp is also of interest as it is a 5m booklet stamp.
Su 36 A postal stationery cover up-rated with two adhesives sent from Atbara in 1898 to Surrey