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Welcome to Phoenix Auctions No.5, Friday July 23rd, 2010 We have decided to hold this auction on a Friday to enable any visitors to Melbourne to have the benefit of being able to attend our auction as well as the APTA Stamp & Coin Show at Malvern Town Hall on Saturday or Sunday. We have another terrific and varied range of lots in this auction. We take a lot of care to ensure most lots have an illustration in the catalogue and as near as we can make the illustrations are on the page opposite the lot’s description. Almost 70% of the lots are illustrated to help you get the most out of our catalogues. With over 1600 lots in the auction Section 1 will start at 10:30am. This section contains Collections & Accumulations, Coins & Banknotes, Ephemera and World A-Z. Of note are several multi-volume Thematic collections of Birds, Fish, Animals etc (#24-34). There is quite an array of Australian decimal coins and banknotes (#36-84). Amongst the rest of world lots there are Afghanistan Unadopted 1963 Sheep (#130), Austria 1850 1k brown-orange type I (#138) & 1936 10s Dollfuss (#142), Bushire 1915 5kr Overprint (#163). There are also a wide-range of Germany, German States & German Colonies including the rare Kiatschou 1905 no watermark set (#286). There is a lovely Hong Kong $5 KEVII (#364) and a superb Japan 1934 Airmail M/S (#391). New Zealand is well-represented with a good range of Chalons including 1857 1/- blue-green (#431). Later issues include a 1967 3c Paurangi booklet sheet plate proof (#486). Other highlights in this section are the Rhodesia 1897 £2 rosy-red (#539) and the rare Western Samoa 1935 £10 blue Arms (#541). A short break will be taken at this point and lunch and refreshments will be provided to help you keep up your strength for the afternoon sessions. At 2pm we will start Section 2 with Australian Colonies/States. In NSW there is a fine imperf 8d Diadem (#635) and an extremely rare 1885 £1 POSTAGE in blue, CTO (#640). Northern Territory has a number of postmark and cover collections as well as a rare 1912 Coronation PPC to Germany written in Aranda (#667). Queensland has a wide range of Large Chalons, revenues and postal fiscals with specimens flaws and plate proofs. There is also a lovely set of 1940 Railway Stamp essays (#725). Amongst the Tasmania is a rare selection of early 1840s Missionary Society entires (#767). Victoria has a range of nice stamp lots, however the rarest item is a mint 3d Half-Length with one of the major White Veils retouches (#779), unfortunately repaired. There are also a good range of postal history and postmark lots. Western Australia also has some good stamp lots including a rouletted 1/- pale brown (#861) and we have some more of our increasingly popular postmarks lots and also some rare individual postmarks such as 1899 Post & Telegraph Office Warrawoona (#895). The second part of this section begins with Australian collections and then continues with Roos and KGV Heads. Some of the highlights are 5d Roo with doubling of the west coast (#933) and 6d roo with doubling of the left half (#935). There is also a CofA Wmk 10/- with the very rare weeping kangaroo flaw (#999). For those who enjoy the hunt there are nearly 40,000 KGV stamps in bundles (#1009-12). There is also a Sm Multi Perf 14 1/4d Thick 1 in marginal pair (#1073) and a CofA 1/4d imprint block of 4 (#1105). As usual we have a good selection of these issues on cover amongst which is a 4d yellow-orange perf ‘OS’ roo on cover. Section 3 is scheduled to start at 4pm with the remainder of the Australian Commonwealth lots. We are offering 2 more of the 1936 Berry Pictorial essays (#1115-6). A complete sheet of 15 3d Kookaburra M/Ss, very rarely offered intact and unfolded (#1117). Within the KGVI lots is a 3d brown Plate 14 imprint block (#1143) and there are also several pre-decimal QEII Plate No blocks. There are several missing colours and modern imperf lots in the Decimal section, including 7c Sturt’s Desert


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pea with Buff ommitted (#1196), 7c Metric Volume with Olive-Brown ommitted (#1197), 45c Threatened Species imperf single from booklet used on cover (#1212), imperforate 1997 Wetlands Birds booklet (#1250) and a 45c The Dreaming imperf block of 10 (#1218). In the Stamps On Cover sections are the only recorded use of the 1/- Large Lyrebird ‘OS’ pair on large parcel piece (#1169) and a $4 King paying aggregate postage due (#1227). In the First day Cover section we are offering Single Wmk 1d green KGV earliest use on cover (#1296), 1942 1½d green imprint block of 4 on plain cover (#1301) and 2 hand-painted Ogden FDC from the early 1950s (#1302-3). Section 3 continues with a wide range of Postal History. Including such items as 1917 6d & 2/6d War Savings stamps used on cover (#1326) and the very rare Myer 5/10d meter used on a Myer Food Parcel Label (#1349). For those who like quantity there are 100,000 covers from the 1980s & 1990s (#1356). While we always have a few airmail covers our aerophilatelists are spoilt with nearly 80 lots from a large specialist collection (#1357-1433). We are also offering an extensive range of WWI (60+) lots with an enormous range of postal markings for the entire period, including Gallipoli, Egypt, Western Front, Middle East & British Camps with ephemera and photos. WWII collectors have not been forgotten, there are a range of lots mainly from the pacific region from both Australia (#14991525) & US Forces (597-605). The last part of the auction is the Australian Territories including a rare 1907 Post Card from Scotland to Christmas Island (#1533), within the Nauru lots are a collection of 1916 Control Numbers and a 10/- Seahorse Specimen (#1539). NWPI has a range of lots including several transfer error strips such as the ½d green strip of 6 (#1544) and the 2d roo strip of 6 (#1549). There is also a 4d orange KGV with Line through FOURPENCE (#1560) and in the ‘OS’ perfins you will find a 3rd Wmk 5/(#1566) and 1d rosine Die II (#1568). There is an extraordinary 1923 German inflation-period cover inwards to missionaries at Deulon, simply festooned with stamps (#1570). Amongst the Papua Postal History is a remarkable 1925 cover to Philadelphia with a USA 8c Airmail strip of 3 used for airmail within the USA. As you can see there really is something to interest everyone. So just to remind you Section 1 will start at 10:30am (Lots 1-619 - Collections and world A-Z) Section 2 will start at 2pm (Lots 620-1108 - Australian Colonies and Roos & Georgian Heads) Section 3 will start at 4pm (Lots 1109-1619 - Rest of Australia, Postal History etc, Territories)

Viewing Viewing will be held in our offices at Level 2, 482 Bourke Street, Melbourne. Saturday 17th July 10am to 5pm Monday 19th July 10am to 5pm Wednesday 21st July 10am to 5pm Friday 23rd July 8am to 10:30am

Sunday 18th July 10am to 5pm Tuesday 20th July 10am to 5pm Thursday 22nd July 10am to 7pm

Viewing outside of these times is available by appointment only.


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The Phoenix Website Our website is fully operational for Auction No.5. You can browse the images (even bulk lots have one or two camera shots!), search by a specific topic, set up your own watch list and keep track of all your activity with an assortment of applications available to you after you login. Just go to www.PhoenixAuctions.com.au and follow the prompts. If you have any difficulty, contact us directly and we’ll get you on the right track. Our Website has many features not found in most other auction websites, such as: • An easy to use Online Bidsheet which provides you with the complete status of all your bids and their likely success. • An Image Gallery which allows you to browse through the lots by image until you see something of interest • A fully detailed Online Invoice and Payment History. No more wondering if your payment has been received. • A fully detailed History of all despatches to you, be they registered post or picked up from our office. No more phoning up to see if your lots have been sent. • Vendors have their own section that allows them to view the lots they have in the auction and also to monitor the current status of bids on their lots. • A comprehensive Special Interest Register, to allow you just to view the lots that are likely to be of interest.

Terms and Conditions: These are found on the rear of your printed bidsheet and on the Phoenix website.

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Cross Reference Guide to Auction 5 Country and Regional Classification ADEN: 116,122,128-129,611,1459 AFGHANISTAN: 130 Africa: 111,115-116,118-119,122-123,165, 182, 218, 280-283, 294-296, 395, 552-558,612,616,1392,1423,1496 AITUTAKI: 601-602 ALBANIA: 411 Allenstein: 247 ANTARCTICA: 131-132,603,1111,1237, 1428,1430,1528-1530 ANTIGUA: 133 Arab States: 129,183-185,215,219, 267-269, 276, 349, 353, 356-358, 399-400,410,412,515-516,578-579, 615, 1436, 1438-1440, 1442-1447, 1456-1458, 1460, 1465, 1470-1473, 1475-1476, 1489, 1500-1501, 1510, 1541 ASCENSION: 134-135 Asia: 10,118-119,127,130,149,160-161, 170-171,239,261-266,276,284-286, 356,361-366,373-374,378,397-398, 406-407, 508-509, 517, 530-531, 545-547,565,567-575,587,607,609, 611-613,615,1229-1230,1243,1503, 1515,1533 Australia: 3,19,22,36-38,41,55-73,83, 85-86,92-93,106,108-109,122-123, 153-157,190,194-195,202-203,205, 218,244,248,298,301-305,326,334, 344-347,349,353-354,361-362,412, 415-416,419,496-497,503,506-507, 517,524,527,544-546,550-552,557, 566, 570, 581-582, 587, 602, 616, 620-1530,1543-1569,1573, 1585-1586,1596,1619 Australia - Overprinted For Use In Other Countries: 152-159,1111, 1543-1569 Australia - Transit or Destination Mail: 150,181,187,400,1392 Australia Commonwealth: 507,665,667, 672, 751-754, 773, 846, 897-1238, 1271-1272, 1278, 1287, 1289, 1296, 1 3 11 , 1 3 1 6 - 1 3 2 0 , 1 3 2 2 - 1 3 2 7 , 1329-1330, 1336, 1339, 1343-1344, 1347-1348,1358,1362-1364, 1367-1368,1374,1376-1384, 1386-1388,1392,1399-1402, 1 4 0 5 - 1 4 0 7 , 1 4 1 0 - 1 4 11 , 1 4 1 4 , 1434-1435, 1455, 1462, 1466, 1484, 1527, 1543-1553, 1556, 1558-1560, 1563-1564,1567-1569 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY: 118,1109,1111,1237,1528-1530 AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY: 47, 655,1509 Australian Capital Territory - Transit or Destination Mail: 1398 AUSTRALIAN COLONIES - General: 85-86,106,108,305,344-346, 620-896,941,943-945,950-951,980, 1044-1047, 1052, 1056, 1090-1093, 1095, 1107, 1146, 1169-1171, 1278, 1310, 1312-1313, 1324-1326, 1329, 1334-1336, 1338, 1350, 1352-1355, 1360, 1370-1371, 1377-1379, 1389, 1396, 1398, 1405, 1408, 1416, 1426, 1434-1435, 1500, 1506-1507, 1509, 1516,1526-1527,1573,1596 AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES: 90, 117-119,276,290-291,597-599,1111, 1237, 1285, 1323, 1340, 1517-1518, 1521-1523,1528-1619

Australiasia: 3,19,36-38,41,55-73,83, 85-86, 90, 92-93, 101, 106, 108-109, 117-118, 131, 276, 290-293, 305, 344-347, 349, 415-507, 520, 526, 540-541,545-546,548-551,557,576, 581-582, 587, 597-599, 601-602, 620-1619 AUSTRIA: 136-146,188-189,403,618 Autographed Covers: 337,1364,1388, 1395, 1399-1402, 1406, 1409-1410, 1414, 1418-1419, 1421-1422, 1424, 1427-1431,1522,1545,1547,1552 Baden: 105,221 BAHRAIN: 410,412 BALTIC STATES: 186,214,247,250-251, 401-402 Bavaria: 108,222,827 Bavaria - Transit or Destination Mail: 1392 BELGIUM: 147-149,188-189,247,349, 729-730,1463,1467,1480-1481 Belgium - Transit or Destination Mail: 566 BOHEMIA & MORAVIA: 150-151 BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA: 618 BRITISH COMMONWEALTH: 1,3,10,19, 35-38, 41, 55-73, 83, 85-86, 88, 90, 92-93,101,106,108-129,131, 133-135,148-149,160-161,164-168, 173-175, 182-185, 188, 190-207, 216-218, 239, 243, 250-254, 276, 280-283,290-296,298-358,361-366, 373-375,378,389,395-396,399-400, 407-410,412-413,415-510,512-516, 518-520,526,531-541,543-559,566, 576-582,587,597-602,608-610,612, 615-616,619-1619 British Commonwealth Occupation Forces (Bcof): 152-159,1111 BRITISH GUIANA: 600 BRITISH LEVANT: 412 British Military Administration: 127,412 BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN COLONIES: 412 BRITISH P.A.s in EASTERN ARABIA: 410 British West Indies: 112,124,133,389, 580-582,600 BRUNEI: 160-161 BULGARIA: 162,351,511 BUSHIRE (British Occupation): 163 CAMEROON (German): 164,277 CAMEROONS (British): 164 CANADA: 116,165-168,506,582,609,612, 614,821,1504 Canada - Transit or Destination Mail: 170,1419 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 552 Cape Verde: 109 CAROLINE ISLANDS (German): 278-279 CEYLON: 122,1515,1526 Ceylon - Transit or Destination Mail: 1419 CHILE: 169,515,1266 CHINA: 170-171,239,261-266,276, 284-286,361-366,517,530,565,607 CHRISTMAS ISLAND: 185,1267,1528, 1531-1533 COCOS ISLANDS: 118,1426,1528, 1534-1536 Cocos Islands - Transit or Destination Mail: 1419

COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: 1-23,110-127,136,160,165-166,173, 178-179, 186, 188-189, 194-195, 208-209,220-222,228-237,247-249, 253-254,256,259-263,267,270-271, 276-278, 280-282, 287-288, 292, 294-296,298,302-309,361-363,379, 390,401,410,412,416-423,521,532, 544, 552-554, 560, 583, 607-616, 619-621, 626, 662-666, 668-669, 676-678,749-752,755-756,770,774, 838-839, 844-846, 891, 907-908, 912-913,951,1005-1018,1076, 1109-1114, 1176-1180, 1528-1529, 1531,1534,1575,1589,1601-1602 COLOMBIA: 386 Cook Islands: 601-602 COSTA RICA: 172 CRETE: 172 CYPRUS: 173-175,1024 Cyrenacia: 410 CZECHOSLOVAKIA: 150,176-177 DANZIG: 178-179,235 DENMARK: 193 Denmark Colonies: 193 Diego Suarez: 180 DJIBOUTI - Republic: 181 DOMINICA: 581 EAST AFRICA & UGANDA: 182 EGYPT: 183-185,349,353,356,410,1392, 1436,1438-1440,1442-1447, 1456-1458, 1460, 1465, 1470-1473, 1475-1476, 1489, 1500, 1502-1503, 1511 Egypt - Transit or Destination Mail: 1392 ESTONIA: 186,247 ETHIOPIA: 187 EUROPE: 9,22,188-189,608-609,611-613, 726,1166 FALKLAND ISLANDS: 190-192 FAROE ISLANDS: 193 FIJI: 108,125,194-207,506,597,601 Fiji - Transit or Destination Mail: 507 FINLAND: 188-189 FIUME: 355 FRANCE: 22,119,126,180,188-189, 208-217,240-241,250,596,608,612, 822, 897, 1172-1173, 1342-1343, 1463, 1477, 1480-1482, 1493, 1572, 1616 France - Transit or Destination Mail: 343, 822,1343 French Community: 180,208,218-219, 506,615,1346 FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA: 218 FRENCH POLYNESIA: 506 FRENCH POLYNESIA - TAHITI: 506 Gallipoli: 1448-1453,1458,1461 German (Deutsch) New Guinea: 276, 290-291 GERMAN COLONIES: 164,260-297,1542 GERMAN EAST AFRICA: 280-283 GERMAN POST OFFICES ABROAD: 260-276 GERMAN POST OFFICES IN CHINA: 261-266 GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO: 267-269,276 GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY: 270-275 GERMAN STATES: 108,220-227,235-237, 239,827 GERMANY: 93,108,144,150,164,169, 178-179,182,188-189,215,220-297, 342,393-394,405,409,516,527,563, 591, 827, 1463, 1466, 1503, 1542, 1570,1586


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GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet): 252 GERMANY - Allied Occupation: 235-237, 250-255,387,608-609 Germany - Allied Occupation (American & British): 253-254 Germany - Allied Occupation (Soviet): 255 Germany - Berlin (West): 234,256,259 GERMANY - Eastern Military Command Area - Estonia: 247 GERMANY - General Government: 234 GERMANY - Occupation of Belgium WWI: 247 GERMANY - Occupation of Poland WWI: 248 GERMANY - Occupied & Plebiscite Territories: 150,234,247 GERMANY - Occupied Serbia: 249 Germany - Overprinted For Use In Other Countries: 247,267-269,276 Germany - Transit or Destination Mail: 522,983 GERMANY - West: 234-237,256-259 GERMANY - Western Military Command Area: 247 GHANA: 301 GIBRALTAR: 298 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS: 112, 299-300,576,601 Gold Coast: 301 GREAT BRITAIN: 10,12,22-23,35,85,88, 119,133,148-149,185,188,192-193, 216-218,243,250-254,302-358,410, 412-413,471,506,515,581,600,611, 614,626,673,822,825,828,897,982, 1080, 1094, 1097, 1166, 1293, 1296, 1313, 1322, 1337, 1357, 1373-1374, 1378-1379, 1431, 1433, 1438, 1440, 1466,1468-1469,1477-1478, 1486-1494,1500,1526 Great Britain - Overprinted For Use In Other Countries: 410,412 Great Britain - Transit or Destination Mail: 133,171,191,376-377,389, 529,588,625,767,818,1096, 1377-1378, 1388-1389, 1392, 1399, 1419 GREECE: 124,172,188-189,239,354, 359-360 HONG KONG: 239,361-366,1406 Hong Kong - Transit or Destination Mail: 530,1407 HUNGARY: 137,367-370,523,618 ICELAND: 371-372 Independent Africa: 109,182,187,301,544 INDIA: 118-119,126,356,373-374,378,531, 609,619 India - Transit or Destination Mail: 1392 INDONESIA: 615 IONIAN ISLANDS: 375 IRAN: 163,376 IRAQ: 377-378,1392 Iraq - Transit or Destination Mail: 1392 ISRAEL: 358,515-516,578,1355,1501, 1510 ITALIAN COLONIES: 388,412 ITALIAN STATES: 136,403 ITALY: 123-124,136,188-189,245,355, 379-388,403,410-412,608,612,617, 826,983,1172,1391,1503-1504,1525 Italy - Overprinted For Use In Other Countries: 379,411 JAMAICA: 389,600 JAPAN: 107,123,126,152-159,390-394, 607,612,972,1111,1229,1292 Japan - Occupied Territories: 160,407 Japan - Transit or Destination Mail: 373 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA: 182, 280-283,395-396,566

KIAUTSCHOU: 276,284-286 KOREA: 149,397-398 KOREA (South): 397-398 KUWAIT: 399-400,410,412,615 LABUAN: 1503 LATIN AMERICA: 124,169,172,386,526, 581,610 LATVIA: 401-402 LEBANON: 215,410,1510,1541 Lebanon - Transit or Destination Mail: 1375 LIBYA: 410,1502,1511 LITERATURE: 90,95-103,195,567-570 LITHUANIA: 214,250-251 LOMBARDY & VENETIA: 136,403 LOURENCO MARQUES: 529 LUXEMBOURG: 404-405 MACAU: 530 MADAGASCAR (French): 180 Madagascar (French) - Transit or Destination Mail: 213 MALAYA: 127,160-161,406-407,508-509, 545-546,1230,1503,1533 Malaya - Transit or Destination Mail: 1419 Malayan Federation: 127 Malayan States: 127 Malaysia: 127,1503 MALTA: 378,408-409,616,1437,1464,1500 MARIANA ISLANDS (German): 287 MARSHALL ISLANDS (German): 288-289 MAURITIUS: 124 Mauritius - Transit or Destination Mail: 1419 Mecklenburg-Schwerin: 220,223 MIDDLE EAST: 129,163,183-185,349,353, 356-358,376-378,399-400,410,412, 515-516, 578-579, 615, 1355, 1433, 1436,1438-1440,1442-1447, 1456-1458,1460-1461,1465, 1470-1473, 1475-1476, 1485, 1489, 1500-1502,1510-1511 MONTENEGRO: 411 MONTSERRAT: 582 Morocco: 267-269,276 Morocco (French): 219 MOROCCO AGENCIES: 412 NAMIBIA: 294-296 NATAL: 109,552 NAURU: 117,1526,1528,1537-1541 NETHERLANDS: 413-414,527,1390 Netherlands - Transit or Destination Mail: 1342,1389,1419,1572 NETHERLANDS COLONIES: 108,415, 598-599,601-602,1390,1520,1524 NETHERLANDS INDIES: 415,598-599, 601-602,1390,1520,1524 Netherlands Indies - Transit or Destination Mail: 1413 Netherlands New Guinea - Transit or Destination Mail: 1424 NEW CALEDONIA: 1346 New Caledonia - Transit or Destination Mail: 1429 NEW GUINEA: 259,276,290-291,597-599, 602,908,1110,1122-1123,1340,1508, 1518,1522-1523,1542-1574,1594 NEW GUINEA (German): 290 New Guinea - Transit or Destination Mail: 1386,1410-1411 New Hebrides (French) - Transit or Destination Mail: 1429

NEW SOUTH WALES: 4-6,42,85,98,108, 187,557,592,620,623-666,734-735, 756,810,832,903,912,951,980,1048, 1086-1087, 1102, 1107, 1110, 1132, 1173, 1253-1255, 1274-1275, 1281, 1301, 1316-1317, 1322, 1329, 1333, 1336, 1338, 1357, 1360, 1362-1364, 1369, 1378, 1382, 1498, 1500, 1506, 1509,1526-1527,1573,1596 New South Wales - Transit or Destination Mail: 507,1363,1369,1372,1382, 1389, 1393-1395, 1397-1398, 1404, 1410,1418,1421,1425 NEW ZEALAND: 12,23-26,28,30,33-34, 90, 101, 108, 116-118, 131, 204, 347, 349,416-507,519-520,526,601-602, 609,612,625,724,881,897,981,1000, 1383, 1386, 1388, 1461, 1482, 1571, 1600 New Zealand - Transit or Destination Mail: 1294,1383-1384,1388,1419 New Zealand Territories: 576,601-602 NIGERIA: 164,218 NORFOLK ISLAND: 90,1528,1575-1588 Norfolk Island - Transit or Destination Mail: 1421,1429 NORTH BORNEO: 127,508-509 NORTHERN RHODESIA: 510 NORTHERN TERRITORY: 667-675, 1170-1171, 1334-1335, 1352-1353, 1373,1377,1396,1408,1416,1516 Northern Territory - Transit or Destination Mail: 1167,1392, 1394-1395,1398 NORWAY: 511 NYASALAND: 512-513 Oldenburg: 220,224-225 ORANGE FREE STATE: 552 ORANGE RIVER COLONY: 552 Pacific Islands: 108,112,117-119,194-207, 276, 278-279, 287-289, 292-293, 299-300, 506, 518-520, 540-541, 548-551,576-577,597,601-602,897, 1346,1429,1528,1537-1541, 1543-1569 PAKISTAN: 124,514 PALESTINE: 358,515-516,578,1501,1510 Papua: 1323,1517-1518,1521,1589-1600 Papua - Transit or Destination Mail: 1386 Papua New Guinea: 117-118,122,126, 1601-1619 Papua New Guinea (Australian Stamps): 1619 Papua New Guinea - Transit or Destination Mail: 1424,1429 PARAGUAY: 124 PERSIA: 163,376 Philatelic Numismatic Covers: 583,1307 PHILIPPINES: 517,587 Philippines - Transit or Destination Mail: 1329 PITCAIRN ISLANDS: 518-520 POLAND: 178-179,248,369,521-525,1412 Poland - Overprinted For Use In Other Countries: 525 Poland - Transit or Destination Mail: 528 PORTUGAL: 109,527-529 PORTUGUESE COLONIES: 109,529-531 PORTUGUESE INDIA: 531 Proofs & Essays: 129,152-157,342,486, 627-629,679-682,714-717,725,741, 757,775-776,1115-1116,1298,1409, 1537 Prussia: 220,226-227,239 Prussia - Transit or Destination Mail: 522 PUERTO RICO: 526 QUEENSLAND: 106,108,623,676-740, 756,884,909,1174,1313,1370-1371, 1377-1379,1435,1507,1509,1526


Phoenix Auctions - Friday 23rd July 2010 Queensland - Transit or Destination Mail: 1358, 1363, 1365-1367, 1369, 1381, 1383, 1389, 1397-1398, 1400-1401, 1406,1410-1411,1414 RHODESIA: 510,532-539,559 Russia - Imperial: 177,385 Sabah: 127,508-509 SAMOA: 117,276,292-293,540-541,601, 1600 SAMOA (German): 276,292-293 SARAWAK: 127 Sardinia: 136,403 Saxony: 220 SCANDINAVIA: 188-189,193,371-372, 511,564,1432 Schelswig-Holstein: 220 Scotland - Transit or Destination Mail: 588,652 SERBIA: 249,354,370,542 SEYCHELLES: 543 SIERRA LEONE: 109,544 SINGAPORE: 127,545-547 Singapore - Transit or Destination Mail: 1392,1419,1425 SOLOMON ISLANDS: 548-551,597 Solomon Islands - Transit or Destination Mail: 1429 SOUTH AFRICA: 109,294-296,471, 552-558,1423 South Africa - Transit or Destination Mail: 830,1392,1419,1423 SOUTH AMERICA: 611 SOUTH ARABIAN FEDERATION: 129 South Australia: 42,124,172,379,616,625, 653, 667-675, 741-754, 829, 950, 1170-1172, 1278, 1293, 1315, 1329, 1334-1335, 1337, 1350, 1352-1353, 1360, 1375, 1377, 1379, 1396, 1405, 1407-1408, 1416, 1442, 1454, 1468, 1509,1516,1527,1597-1598 South Australia - Transit or Destination Mail: 1167,1367-1368,1380-1381, 1394-1395,1397,1402,1410 SOUTH WEST AFRICA: 115,122,294-296, 552,558 SOUTH-WEST AFRICA (German): 294-296 SOUTHERN RHODESIA: 559 Soviet Union: 186,401,560-562,591,897 SPAIN: 188,563 SRI LANKA: 1515 Stamps on Cover: 324,347,423,503-504, 723,736,826,884,938-945,948-950, 968-983,988-991,1000-1001,1022, 1044-1054, 1056, 1075, 1090-1097, 1106-1108, 1166-1175, 1226-1231, 1258-1259, 1261-1264, 1294, 1314, 1316-1318, 1331, 1337, 1343, 1348, 1375,1584,1595,1615-1616 Straits Settlements: 127,545-546,1533 Sudan - Transit or Destination Mail: 1392 SWEDEN: 564,940,1328,1432 Sweden - Transit or Destination Mail: 940 SWITZERLAND: 108,218,604 Switzerland - Transit or Destination Mail: 559,1334-1335 SYRIA: 410,1375 Syria - Transit or Destination Mail: 1375 TAIWAN: 565 TANGANYIKA: 280-283,566 Tanganyika - Transit or Destination Mail: 1372 TASMANIA: 207,625,700,755-773,941, 1146, 1320, 1324, 1379, 1389, 1398, 1409,1426,1509,1527 THAILAND: 119,567-575 Thailand - Transit or Destination Mail: 407,1419

TOGO (German): 297 TOKELAU ISLANDS: 576 TONGA: 22,203,577 TRANSJORDAN: 357,578-579 TRANSVAAL: 552 TRIESTE - ZONE A: 379 TRINIDAD: 580,600 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO: 581-582 TUNISIA: 615 TURKEY: 85,260,270-275,412,525 TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS: 124 UGANDA: 126,182,395-396 UNITED ARAB EMIRATES: 410 UNITED NATIONS: 517,1462 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: 11-12, 22-23, 118-119, 132, 144, 170, 172, 214,216,250-254,301,358,386,397, 399, 505-506, 513, 526, 563, 574, 581-606,611-614,657-658,673,831, 897, 942, 950, 969, 973, 976, 1050, 1166, 1171, 1295, 1319, 1321, 1324, 1327-1329,1339,1341,1345, 1347-1348, 1375, 1386, 1389, 1407, 1504,1519,1584-1585,1598 United States Of America - Transit or Destination Mail: 144,170,357, 579, 829, 939, 942, 1345, 1350, 1375, 1389,1407,1419 VATICAN: 188-189 VENEZUELA: 581 VICTORIA: 86,344-346,623,653,659,734, 756,774-853,879-880,1019, 1094-1097, 1128, 1172, 1294, 1300, 1302-1303, 1312, 1314, 1355, 1434, 1454,1506,1509,1514,1527 Victoria - Transit or Destination Mail: 1367,1393,1410 VIETNAM: 607,1243 WESTERN AUSTRALIA: 44,397,623,625, 854-896,907,943-945,952, 1044-1047, 1052, 1056, 1090-1093, 1110, 1120, 1169, 1310, 1325-1326, 1331, 1354, 1370, 1377-1378, 1403, 1459,1470,1484,1509,1527,1551 Western Australia Transit or Destination Mail: 1367-1368,1380, 1393-1394,1403 WORLD: 2,7-12,15-16,20-28,30,32-34, 105,108-109,119,123,148,171,177, 185,191-192,215-219,242-246,337, 351-358,378,393-394,405-406,409, 411,516,523-524,563,574,596-605, 607-616, 1228, 1248, 1427-1428, 1430,1434-1524,1616 WORLD WILDLIFE FUND FOR NATURE: 25 YUGOSLAVIA: 249,354,370,379,411,542, 615,617-618 ZANZIBAR: 619

Thematic And Topical Classification :

13-16,20,24,52,228,306-307,309,481, 492, 593, 800, 904, 916, 1113, 1134, 1136, 1145, 1147-1148, 1159-1163, 1166,1192-1196,1308 accountancy markings: 822,1153 advertising: 656-657,832,876,970,975, 1226, 1319, 1324, 1327-1328, 1332, 1336,1374,1402 aeroplanes: 162,179,186,231,249,362, 401,506-507,1094,1097,1114,1119, 1121-1123, 1167, 1358-1359, 1364, 1367-1368,1372,1374-1378, 1380-1387, 1389, 1392-1393, 1395, 1 3 9 7 - 1 4 0 4 , 1 4 0 6 , 1 4 1 0 - 1 4 11 , 1413-1415, 1419-1420, 1426-1428, 1430,1589,1599,1617 Agriculture: 130,162,655,657,727, 729-730,892,1116,1342

Page 9 Air Force: 356,1515 Airmails: 3,101,150,162,169,181,186-187, 204,217-218,222,231,239,349-350, 357-358,377,379,386,389,391,399, 501,506-507,513,515,526-527,559, 563, 565, 573, 578-579, 581-582, 593-595, 602, 670, 673, 825, 832, 982-983, 1000-1001, 1091, 1094, 1096-1097, 1107, 1110, 1114, 1119, 1121-1123, 1167-1168, 1170-1173, 11 7 5 , 1 2 2 6 , 1 2 2 8 - 1 2 3 0 , 1 2 5 9 , 1266-1267,1279,1284-1285, 1293-1294,1297,1314,1328, 1334-1335, 1337, 1339-1343, 1345, 1347-1348, 1350-1355, 1357-1433, 1437, 1499-1500, 1504, 1507, 1513, 1515, 1524-1525, 1536, 1541, 1572, 1574,1584-1588,1598-1600, 1615-1618 antarc: 74-75,132,1295,1529-1530 Architecture: 128,150,166,186,232-233, 238,249,261,266-267,270-271,274, 361-362,383,401,510-511,830-831, 111 0 , 11 2 8 , 1 2 2 1 , 1 2 2 5 , 1 3 6 3 , 1365-1366,1398 Army: 153-157,181,322,352-353,355,573, 578, 602, 617, 739, 1461, 1463, 1474, 1482, 1484, 1490, 1499, 1507-1509, 1514,1516-1518,1524,1614 Art & Craft: 33,209,516,1151,1285,1312 autographs: 88,337,562,1364,1388,1395, 1399-1402, 1406, 1408-1410, 1414, 1418-1422,1424,1427-1431 Avis de Reception: 171,882-883,975,977, 1092,1418 Balkans: 124,162,172,188-189,239,249, 351,354,359-360,370,379,411,511, 542,615,617-618 Balloon: 1431 Banking & Finance: 90 birds: 43-47,110-113,115,121,131-132, 159,162,165,186,361,498,501,509, 578,747,855,857,879-880,886-890, 1097, 1110, 1113-1114, 1117-1118, 1120, 1123, 1208, 1227, 1243, 1250, 1364, 1367, 1382-1384, 1386, 1392, 1410-1411, 1422, 1425, 1572-1574, 1582,1595,1601,1605 Booklets: 24-26,28,30,307,330,402, 4 8 6 - 4 8 7 , 4 9 4 , 5 5 6 , 5 9 2 , 11 3 5 , 1184-1185, 1212-1213, 1219, 1232, 1238-1250,1308,1361,1609-1612 Bridges: 31,86,242,244,249,373,383,728, 898,906,982,1110-1111,1123-1127, 1335,1364,1386 Bundleware: 20,27,117,175,582,592, 833-836, 886-890, 897, 901-902, 1009-1012,1112,1251,1602 Butterflies & Moths: 487,489-490,1583 Cancelled to Order (from Specimen sets): 9,24-26,28,30,32-34,126, 234,256,259,401,521,560,608-610, 621,640,693,698,702,708,745,791, 801-802, 815, 899, 908, 928, 1002, 1 0 0 6 , 1 0 7 9 , 11 0 9 - 111 0 , 111 4 , 1122-1123,1125,1185,1282,1285 Captain Cook: 474,476-479,1355 Censored Mail: 23,135,144,150,169-170, 172,191-193,215-216,218,239-241, 245-246,248,349,353-355,376-378, 386,389,394,398,405-407,409,411, 515-516,527,530-531,546,563,573, 596,604,617,625,941,948-950,973, 975, 1001, 1291, 1293, 1321-1322, 1345-1346, 1434-1436, 1442-1445, 1448-1450,1453,1455-1458, 1462-1463, 1467, 1471, 1475-1476, 1480-1482, 1489, 1493, 1500-1503, 1510-1511, 1513, 1515-1522, 1524, 1573 Central Africa: 218,510,512-513 Certified Mail: 163,1175


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Phoenix Auctions - Friday 23rd July 2010

Charity: 13-16,620,794,1390 Christmas: 185,494,1180,1222 CINDERELLAS: 7-8,31,35,300,306,501, 507,524,566,587,725,811-812,1001, 1265,1308,1358,1364,1376, 1383-1385, 1387, 1392, 1395, 1397, 1399, 1402-1405, 1407, 1410-1411, 1413, 1415, 1419-1421, 1427-1431, 1574 coastal features - Ports & Wharves: 109, 218,349,361,597-598,673,675,734, 752,771,819,1091,1259,1327,1379, 1389, 1410, 1457, 1476, 1479, 1517, 1590,1598-1600,1610,1615-1616 coastal features - seas & oceans: 249, 373, 492-493, 735, 831, 1094, 1385, 1479,1590-1591,1599-1601 Coil Stamps: 307,481,492-493,592,800, 916, 1109, 1113, 1134, 1136, 1147, 1159, 1192-1196, 1215-1217, 1233, 1236,1308 Coins & Banknotes: 36-84,583,904,1307 Collections and Accumulations: 110-127,136,140,146,150-151,160, 164-166, 172-173, 178-179, 186, 188-189,193-195,208-211,220-225, 227-238,246-249,252-282,284-298, 302-309,359,361-363,368,371-372, 379-384,388,390,401,405,410-412, 416-423,521,525,527,532,542,544, 552-554,560,563-564,583,607-616, 619-621, 626, 662-666, 668-669, 676-678,749-752,755-756,770,774, 838-839, 844-846, 891, 907-908, 912-913,951,1005-1018,1076, 1109-1114, 1176-1180, 1528-1529, 1531,1534,1575,1589,1601-1602 combination covers: 653 Commemorative Covers: 413,1226, 1308-1312,1353,1429 Commercial Perfins: 426,431,456,461, 468-471,473,481,487,659,724,905 communication: 106,383,520 Consular Mail: 85,239,626 Coral: 1601 Creeks & Streams: 670-672,1396 Cricket: 51,59-60,1307 Customs: 502,505,623,1274 Dancing & Dancers: 415 Dead Letter Office: 625,825,829,832, 884-885,943,945,1044-1047,1052, 1056, 1090, 1093, 1316-1318, 1325, 1338 Disaster: 1425 Disinfected Mail: 819 DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA: 31,85-93, 148,1359,1474,1496 Early Imperforate Stamps: 375,1035 education: 306,546,650,892 Energy: 92 errors: 184,241,482,491,494,1180,1208, 1222-1225, 1521, 1543-1552, 1556, 1607 essays: 114,1115-1116,1209,1537 exhibitions: 26-28,30,32-34,327,506,509, 566, 568, 1053, 1117, 1248, 1308, 1610-1612 explorers & pioneers: 131-132,601-603, 1111 , 11 6 5 , 1 2 3 7 , 1 4 2 8 , 1 4 3 0 , 1528-1530 Express Mail: 151,370,379,596,1344 Fauna - animals: 110-111,113,115,121, 159,162,165,327,395,546,554,556, 561, 751-752, 907-1001, 1110, 1113, 1129, 1163, 1215-1216, 1316-1318, 1323, 1343, 1347, 1385, 1392-1393, 1402,1410,1413,1415,1424, 1426-1427,1430,1434-1435, 1549-1553,1556,1558-1559,1561

Fields & Paddocks: 1,149,351,354, 357-358,578,600,1291,1386,1436, 1439, 1448-1449, 1451-1453, 1458, 1462, 1465, 1471, 1476, 1482, 1497, 1508,1517,1524 First Day Covers: 1,3,22,27,115,147,160, 176,336-337,359,576,582-583,897, 1118,1295-1307,1340,1537 fish: 28,361,768,1177,1190-1191 flags: 219,574,1479 Flight Covers: 101,169,350,501,506-507, 526,593-595,1094,1096-1097,1167, 1170, 1340, 1343, 1357-1431, 1536, 1574,1584,1599-1600,1618 Flight Covers - Commercial: 162,187, 357,377,399,513,559,582,982-983, 1000-1001, 1091, 1107, 1171-1173, 1334-1335, 1337, 1339, 1342, 1345, 1347-1348, 1352-1353, 1432-1433, 1541,1572,1585-1587,1598 flower: 1,24,32,34,94,126 Flowers: 486,1190,1194-1196,1219,1354, 1427,1430 Forests & Woods: 240 Forgeries: 758,777 framas: 209,1231,1236 Free Mail: 216-217,356,386,409,502,626, 820,829,1441,1444,1472,1475,1513 Government & Politicians: 88,234,397, 413, 419, 421, 592, 655, 769, 1281, 1315,1586 Helicopters: 506,1393 Heraldry: 179,223,232-233,261,266-267, 270-271, 274, 303, 401, 408, 507, 532-536, 538, 564, 1110, 1154, 1427, 1430 Horse Racing: 878 Horses: 325,878 Hotels: 213,515,529 illustrated covers: 605,1512 imprints & plate numbers: 124,158-159, 478-479,498,518,643,869,918,923, 984, 986-987, 992, 994-995, 1003, 1028-1029,1033,1037,1057, 1065-1067,1074,1076,1078, 1084-1085, 1109, 1111, 1113, 1119, 1121, 1124, 1128-1129, 1131-1132, 1138-1144, 1150, 1152-1153, 1159, 1183, 1301, 1415, 1576-1581, 1587, 1594,1608 interrupted mail: 738,1416 Islands: 90,106,108,112,124,133-135, 172-175,180,190-207,276,278-279, 287-289,292-293,299-300,378,389, 408-409, 501, 506, 517-520, 543, 548-551,576-577,580-582,587,597, 600-602,619,676,726,766,909,1285, 1346, 1398, 1405, 1419, 1421, 1435, 1464, 1500, 1503, 1513, 1515, 1526, 1528,1531-1541,1575-1588 Judaica: 515 Jusqu’a Air Mail: 218,239,386,1357,1389 Kangaroo & Map: 154,159,751-752,846, 909, 912-1001, 1015, 1133, 1166, 1275, 1314, 1316-1318, 1323, 1339, 1343, 1347-1348, 1362, 1364, 1370, 1373-1374, 1377, 1382, 1386, 1392, 1407,1415,1434-1435,1526, 1549-1553,1556,1558-1559,1565 lakes & dams: 470,482,508,510,722,906 late fee: 188-189,235,330,340,533,611, 697,780-781,839,975,980,983,999, 1001, 1108, 1364, 1379, 1383-1384, 1528,1573 Law & Order: 378,522 Levant, Post Offices in the: 412,525 Life Insurance: 397,499 lighthouses: 499,766 Local Stamps: 7-8,300,501,524,587 Machine Cancellations Incl Meters: 124, 248,1053,1324,1336

maps: 108,166,233,337,359,368,401,563, 578,907-908,912-1001,1097, 1121-1123, 1165, 1316-1318, 1323, 1343, 1347, 1364, 1374-1376, 1378, 1380-1381,1384-1386,1392, 1 3 9 9 - 1 4 0 1 , 1 4 1 0 - 1 4 11 , 1 4 1 4 , 1419-1420,1426-1428,1430, 1434-1435, 1483, 1549-1553, 1556, 1558-1559,1561,1601,1616 maximum cards: 359,827,897 Medical & Health: 244-245,251,351,409, 422,475,513,649,1390,1446-1447, 1460,1473,1488 Military & Censor Mail: 109,127,135,144, 148-150,152-159,163,171,177,185, 191-192, 215-219, 234, 240-255, 351-358,373,376-378,386,393-394, 398,405-407,409,411-412,414,471, 516,523-524,563,566,573-574,587, 596-605, 617, 847, 1111, 1230, 1243, 1267,1286-1293,1434-1526, 1542-1569,1573 Military - Boer War Period: 135,471 Military - Korean War Period: 149,398 Military - Pre World War I Period: 240,373 Military - Pre World War Ii Period: 185, 847 Military - Vietnam War Period: 1243,1503 Military - World War I Period: 109,148, 150, 163, 177, 219, 234, 242-244, 247-248,351-356,378,393-394,405, 409,414,523,596,1286-1287,1290, 1434-1498,1542-1569 Military - World War Ii Period: 127,135, 144,152-159,171,191-192,215-218, 234, 245-246, 249-255, 357-358, 376-377,386,406-407,411-412,516, 524, 563, 574, 587, 597-605, 1111, 1291,1499-1525,1573 Military Postmarks: 153-157,414,516, 1439-1441,1449,1465,1526 Military Stamps: 246 Miniature Sheets: 24-28,30-34,116, 118-119,259,307,368,422,560,1111, 1117-1118, 1220-1221, 1232-1236, 1529,1531,1534 Mining: 501,691-692 Monograms: 1028,1592-1593 Motor Vehicles: 876,1166 mountains: 492,505,851,1381,1403,1590, 1594 music & singing: 1336 Navy: 135,215-217,242-243,352,392,597, 601,603,831,1500 Number Ones: 164,178,186,220,247, 253-254,267,270,277,280,290,292, 297, 340, 401, 525, 567, 854-855, 1531-1532,1534-1535,1576,1603 Numeral & Letter Postmarks: 221,631, 634,637,660-661,665,674,703,736, 837-843,854,865-866 Official mail: 116,122-123,178-179,222, 230-233,235-237,322,331-333,379, 416,423,495-499,503,557,582,614, 620-621, 625-626, 644-650, 655, 743-744,748-749,751,769,801-802, 808,829,832-836,884-885,900,905, 908,912,938,943-944,947-948,951, 955, 959-960, 963, 971, 988, 1006, 1008, 1020, 1022-1023, 1036-1037, 1051-1052,1054,1058,1077, 1 0 8 6 - 1 0 8 7 , 1 0 9 0 , 1 0 9 3 , 11 0 2 , 1110-1111, 1114, 1122-1125, 1146, 11 6 9 , 1 2 7 4 - 1 2 7 5 , 1 2 8 5 , 1 3 1 4 , 1319-1320, 1324-1325, 1327, 1330, 1384, 1386, 1392, 1410-1411, 1454, 1495, 1505, 1564-1569, 1571, 1589, 1613


Phoenix Auctions - Friday 23rd July 2010 Official Stamps: 116,122-123,178-179, 222,230-233,235-237,322,331-333, 379,416,423,495-498,503,557,582, 614,620-621,625-626,644-650,655, 743,748-749,751,801-802,808,829, 832-836,884-885,900,905,908,912, 938, 943-944, 947-948, 951, 955, 959-960, 963, 971, 988, 1006, 1008, 1020, 1022-1023, 1036-1037, 1052, 1054,1058,1077,1090,1093, 1110-1111, 1114, 1122-1125, 1169, 1274-1275,1285,1314,1319, 1324-1325, 1327, 1330, 1384, 1386, 1392, 1410-1411, 1454, 1495, 1505, 1564-1569,1571,1589,1613 Olympics: 29,39,1220,1353 OMNIBUS ISSUES: 2,117,120,128,362, 518 Onwards Air Transmission (OAT): 513 Other Collectables: 94 overprinted stamps: 9,116,122-123,127, 153-157,159-160,163-164,172-173, 178-180, 186, 196, 200, 208, 222, 230-232, 234-237, 246-247, 249, 259-284,287-288,290-292,294-296, 299,306,320,331-333,370,379,382, 384,387-388,395,401,408,410-412, 416,423,482,498,503,508-509,521, 525,529,532,537,552,558,577,614, 618-621,639,643,645,655,742,755, 810, 875, 898, 900, 908, 1006, 1008, 1020,1022,1082,1086,1094, 1099-1100, 1109-1111, 1122-1125, 1154, 1169, 1248, 1277, 1280, 1285, 1364, 1372, 1374-1375, 1383-1384, 1386, 1389, 1402-1403, 1410-1411, 1415, 1528, 1542-1569, 1574, 1589, 1594,1602,1605,1610-1612 parcel post: 305,324,333,374,379, 502-504,528,623,700,725,811-812, 974, 991, 1019, 1108, 1169, 1265, 1294,1349,1460,1473,1526-1527 perfins: 127,620,623,655,659,724,743, 751,769,801-802,884-885,905,912, 938, 943-944, 948, 971, 988, 1008, 1023, 1051-1052, 1054, 1058, 1077, 1086-1087, 1090, 1093, 1102, 1146, 1275, 1319-1320, 1324, 1327, 1330, 1386,1566-1569 Photographs: 31,1428,1430 Photography: 106,217,523,831,1158, 1215-1216,1437 Pictorial Envelopes: 651,816,878 PICTURE POSTCARDS: 31,104-109,131, 242,244,355,369,373,392-393,414, 511, 523, 563, 659, 670, 675, 825, 830-831,897,972,1296,1313, 1327-1328,1357,1429,1437, 1441-1447,1455-1456,1460, 1462-1463, 1470-1471, 1480-1481, 1485-1486,1492,1514 Plains & Flats: 88,151-152,185,216,376, 394, 493, 507, 546, 739, 847, 1022, 1299-1301, 1373-1375, 1377-1379, 1382, 1385, 1387, 1389, 1401, 1411, 1415,1426,1440 plants: 1352 Post Office opening Dates: 648 Post Office Packs: 1177,1249,1530 Post Offices: 153-157,207-208,355,357, 505, 653, 739-740, 831, 1312, 1355, 1436, 1439, 1443-1445, 1449-1450, 1452-1453, 1457-1458, 1460-1461, 1470-1471, 1473, 1490-1494, 1503, 1506-1508, 1515, 1518, 1524, 1526, 1536

Postage: 9,105,127,135,149,175,191-192, 228,235-237,241,260-275,305,335, 347, 352-354, 358, 373, 379, 485, 501-503,517,521,525,566,578,604, 608-609,612-613,623,700,729-730, 831, 893, 895, 973, 990-991, 1108, 1166, 1169, 1180, 1225, 1232-1238, 1261-1264, 1272, 1276-1277, 1280, 1292, 1326, 1355, 1362, 1388, 1392, 1440-1441, 1444, 1451, 1465, 1482, 1484,1495,1506,1509,1526,1598 Postage Due Handstamps: 517,830, 1335,1338 Postage Dues: 122-123,180,201,208-209, 221-222,334,343,349,384,396,521, 552, 619-620, 833-836, 1013, 1080, 11 0 9 , 111 4 , 1 2 2 7 , 1 2 5 1 - 1 2 6 4 , 1314-1315,1400-1401 Postal Fiscals: 366,419,423,500,552,620, 710-713,755,758,765,828,873-874, 881 Postal History: 1,3-6,23,27,104-109,127, 131-133,135,144,148-159,162-163, 169-172, 175, 177, 181, 185, 187, 191-193,207,213-219,234,239-255, 324,338-349,351-358,360,369-370, 373-374, 376-378, 385-387, 389, 392-394, 397-400, 404-407, 409, 411-412,414-415,423,471,503-507, 511,513,515-517,519-520,522-524, 526-531,545-547,557,559,561-563, 565-566, 573-574, 578-580, 582, 587-592,596-606,617-618,624-625, 650,652-659,662-663,667,670-672, 677, 714-717, 723, 725, 734-740, 747-750,767-771,817-832,843-845, 847-849, 852, 879-885, 891, 897, 938-945,948-950,968-983,988-991, 1000-1001, 1022, 1044-1054, 1056, 1075, 1090-1097, 1106-1108, 1111, 11 6 6 - 11 7 5 , 1 2 2 3 - 1 2 3 1 , 1 2 4 3 , 1258-1259, 1261-1264, 1267-1268, 1276-1277, 1280-1281, 1285-1295, 1298, 1304, 1306-1307, 1311-1356, 1358-1360, 1362-1389, 1392-1395, 1397-1407, 1409-1411, 1413-1415, 1417-1419, 1421-1422, 1424-1431, 1434-1526,1533,1541-1574, 1584-1588, 1595-1598, 1614-1617, 1619 Postal Labels: 604,1340,1486 postal seals: 74-75,185,360,522,648 Postal Stationery: 3,5-8,23,31,106, 181-182,187,202-204,219,248,283, 301,306,351,358,370,379,400,407, 409, 502, 552, 558, 580-581, 606, 624-626,648-650,667,676,726-733, 745-749,755-756,766,813-815,827, 829,832,845,848-849,876-877,897, 1226, 1266-1294, 1308, 1329, 1344, 1350,1364,1383,1393,1417, 1428-1430, 1451, 1454, 1462, 1464, 1466-1467,1477,1495,1497,1525 Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes: 3,181, 187, 358, 1266-1267, 1284-1285, 1350,1417,1429 Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes (Formular): 181,187,358,1285, 1429 Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes (Official): 1285 Postal Stationery - Envelopes: 5-6,606, 648-650,756,849,1278-1281,1291, 1329, 1344, 1364, 1383, 1454, 1466, 1495 Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official): 648-650,1454,1495 Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO): 849 Postal Stationery - Franks: 626,829 Postal Stationery - Letter Cards: 341, 370,766,1266,1269,1277,1462 Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous: 1294

Page 11 Postal Stationery - Postal Cards: 96,106, 248,283,301,351,407,502,558,580, 648,667,726-732,746-747,755-756, 813-814,876-877,1269,1271-1276, 1292,1393,1451,1466 Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Official): 648,1274-1275 Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (PTPO): 283,1276 Postal Stationery Registration Envelopes: 182,202-204,400,526, 650, 733, 815, 845, 848, 1268-1269, 1282-1283,1464,1477 Postal Stationery - Registration Envs (Formular): 400,733 Postal Stationery - Registration Envs (Official): 9,189,650 Postal Stationery - Wartime: 219,409, 1267,1286-1293,1525 Postal Stationery - Wrappers: 394,624, 676,748,1266,1269-1270,1293 Postal Stationery - Wrappers (Official): 748 Postmarks: 1,3-6,23,27,31,104-109,127, 131-133,135-138,144-146,148-159, 162-163,169-172,175,177,181-182, 185,187,191-193,203-207,213-219, 221, 224-227, 234, 239-255, 258, 260-262,264,266,271-272,276-279, 282-284,288,290,294-296,310,316, 318, 324, 338-349, 351-358, 360, 369-370,373-374,376-378,385-387, 389,392-394,397-400,404-407,409, 411-412,414-415,423,471,503-507, 511,513,515-517,519-520,522-524, 526-531, 533, 545-547, 557, 559, 561-563,565-566,573-576,578-580, 582-583,587-592,596-606,617-618, 620,622,624-625,631,634,637,650, 652-677,703,714-717,723,725-726, 734-740,745-754,767-773,817-854, 865-866,878-897,907-908,910-911, 913, 938-945, 948-950, 968-983, 988-991, 1000-1001, 1019, 1022, 1044-1054, 1056, 1075, 1090-1097, 11 0 6 - 11 0 8 , 1111 , 11 6 6 - 11 7 5 , 1223-1231, 1243, 1256, 1258-1259, 1261-1264, 1267-1268, 1276-1278, 1280-1281, 1285-1295, 1298, 1304, 1306-1307, 1310-1356, 1358-1360, 1362-1389, 1392-1411, 1413-1415, 1417-1419, 1421-1422, 1424-1431, 1434-1527,1533,1541-1574, 1584-1588, 1595-1598, 1614-1617, 1619 Postmarks - Duplex Cancellations: 313, 315,342-346,896 postmarks - instructional markings: 884, 1434,1484,1486 postmarks - manuscript cancellations: 169,213-214,241,385,407,606,661, 755,810,821,825,1080,1255, 1316-1318, 1435, 1462, 1489, 1493, 1573,1619 Postmarks - Meter Cancels: 4,582,592, 832, 951, 1017, 1022, 1079, 1271, 1277,1349 postmarks - money order: 828,849 postmarks - Number In Post Office Name: 14-15,23,81,107,175,195, 298, 395, 420, 582, 611, 673, 726, 739-740, 809, 839, 903, 906, 1027, 1166, 1243-1244, 1357, 1450, 1462, 1489,1493 postmarks - Numerals: 104,146,221,227, 231,380,631,634,637,660-661,665, 674,703,736,785,810,837-843,854, 865-866,879-880 postmarks - paid datestamps: 175,185, 243,389,588,653,663,676,678,756, 771-772,852,1171,1314,1495 postmarks - Personal Names - Female: 670-672,1396,1602


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postmarks - pictorial: 31,413,1226, 1308-1312,1353,1429 postmarks - relief cancellations: 353, 853,1336,1507,1619 Postmarks - Slogan Cancels: 547,951, 1006, 1022, 1049, 1053, 1296, 1372, 1389,1409,1415,1433 postmarks - Squared Circle Datestamps: 667,671,751,753,950 Postmen: 1225 Pre-Cancels: 208-209 Prisoners of War and Internees: 243,250, 369, 386, 393-394, 407, 409, 411, 516-517, 524, 559, 604, 940, 1292, 1466,1479,1503,1525 proofs: 41-69,72-77,129,152-157,486, 488, 571, 627-629, 679-682, 712, 714-717, 725, 741, 757, 775-776, 1115-1116,1298,1349,1537 Radio: 383,520,582,1351 Railway Stamps: 725,754,811-812,1265 railways & trains: 32,34,86,112,244,725, 754,811-812,1265 red cross: 149,186,214,218,244,359,401, 409,508,527-528,1292,1483 Redirected Mail: 394,625,825,829,832, 1323 Registered Mail & Registration Labels: 31,151,168,172,182,187,193, 202-204, 347, 353-354, 376, 378, 399-400,411,511,528,546,557,561, 581,596,625,650,672,703,733,740, 749, 768, 815, 832, 845, 848, 885, 943-945, 978-982, 988-989, 1000, 1044-1047, 1052, 1054, 1056, 1090, 1 0 9 3 - 1 0 9 5 , 1 0 9 7 , 11 7 0 - 11 7 1 , 1268-1269, 1282-1283, 1294, 1310, 1314, 1319, 1324-1325, 1327, 1330, 1344, 1353-1355, 1364, 1367-1369, 1371-1372, 1374-1375, 1378-1381, 1384,1387,1389,1391-1392, 1395-1396,1407-1408,1419, 1463-1464, 1477, 1480-1481, 1489, 1493, 1495, 1506-1507, 1523, 1587, 1619 Registration: 168 Registration Labels: 1325 religion: 257-258,397,488,491,513,767, 1570,1608 Revenues: 7-8,85,366,419,423,500,541, 552, 572, 620, 623, 691-694, 700, 710-724,755,758,765,809-810,828, 873-875,881 River Fords: 660

Rowland Hill: 1540 royalty: 1,33,91,114,117,120,123-124,166, 336, 355, 361, 363, 417, 514, 1110, 1190-1191, 1204-1205, 1277, 1280, 1315, 1374, 1385, 1389, 1413, 1424, 1605 Russia - All Periods: 85,177,186,214,247, 250-252, 255, 385, 401-402, 517, 560-562,591 scouts and guides: 33,35,1310 self-Adhesives: 19,494,1180,1215-1217, 1219,1222-1225,1250,1575 Service Clubs: 1483 Share Certificates: 86,92 Sheep: 130,162,655,727 Ship Mail: 217,385,588,822 Ship/Paquebot Markings: 290,1526 ships & boats: 90,93,109,134,164,166, 186, 242-243, 260-297, 361, 385, 414-415,507,556,558,561,603,652, 7 6 7 , 8 2 0 , 8 3 1 , 11 2 3 - 11 2 5 , 11 6 5 , 1190-1191, 1352, 1362, 1389, 1437, 1455, 1462, 1500, 1526, 1541-1542, 1590-1591,1594,1596,1601 Soccer: 337 Southern Africa: 109,294-296,471,510, 529,532-539,552-559,1423 Space: 32,34,46,562,591,595 specimens: 202-203,428,532,543,646, 648, 693, 1154, 1284-1285, 1601, 1604-1605 Sport: 29,33,337,1220,1245-1247,1249, 1309 Stamp Dealers: 229,855,898,1333 State Government Officials: 110-113,115, 313,355,420,492,554,583,655,769, 829,910-911,1019,1051,1086-1087, 1089, 1102, 1146, 1268, 1275, 1312, 1315,1320,1324,1369,1378, 1386-1387,1392-1393,1395,1400 Swimming: 651 Telegraph & Telephone Stamps: 208,222, 515 Telegraph offices: 208,222,894-895 THEMATICS & TOPICALS: 2,9-16,19-20, 2 2 - 3 4 , 1 0 5 , 11 6 - 11 9 , 1 2 2 - 1 2 3 , 125-126,148,160,188-189,194-195, 200,208-209,228,230,234-237,259, 304,307,330,336,359,390,410,416, 419,421-422,521,552,560,607-616, 8 3 1 , 8 9 7 , 8 9 9 , 1111 , 11 7 9 , 1 2 2 0 , 1232-1238, 1305, 1479, 1528-1529, 1531,1534,1575

Timber & Trees: 1,359,470,492-493,507, 831, 1094, 1114, 1167, 1216, 1372, 1385 Tin Can Mail: 22 Tobacco & Smoking: 1498 Trains: 86,244,1116,1461,1467,1480,1489 trams & cable cars: 972 Travelling Post Offices: 343,353,373,405, 561, 822, 825, 827, 884, 1434, 1476, 1526,1533 Unclaimed: 625,825,829,832,885,943, 945, 975, 1044-1047, 1052, 1056, 1093,1330 Unissued Stamps: 491,1606 universal postal union: 124,183,361,363, 368,518,552,830,1575 Used Abroad: 1619 valleys: 859,1431 Varieties: 81,136-137,230,244,253-254, 260,262,303,316,326,365,395,439, 470-471,474,476-477,482,484,487, 489-494,503,509-510,512,556,572, 577,597,639,641,646,693,696,698, 706,710,753,779,788-793,795,797, 801-802,807,866-867,870,906-907, 909-911,914-916,919,922,930,935, 953-954, 961, 971, 973, 984, 992, 994-995,999,1003-1022,1025, 1027-1029, 1031, 1033-1036, 1039, 1043,1048,1051,1053,1055, 1057-1067, 1069, 1073, 1076, 1079, 1081, 1083, 1098-1101, 1120, 1129, 11 3 6 , 11 4 4 , 11 5 1 , 11 6 3 - 11 6 4 , 11 7 9 - 11 8 2 , 11 8 6 - 11 8 8 , 11 9 2 , 1195-1197, 1199, 1201, 1203-1206, 1210-1219,1222-1225,1241, 1245-1247, 1250, 1268, 1297, 1343, 1540, 1543-1544, 1547-1553, 1556, 1558, 1560, 1563, 1583, 1594, 1608, 1619 Wells & Springs: 89,112,420,670-671,839 Western Europe: 93,108-109,119, 136-146,150,164,169,178-180,182, 188-189, 208-218, 220-298, 342, 393-394,403,405,409,516,527-529, 563, 591, 596, 604, 618, 827, 1173, 1463, 1466, 1477, 1480-1482, 1493, 1503,1542,1570,1586 Y.M.C.A.: 1286,1436,1438,1457, 1475-1476,1483,1488,1496,1517 Yachts: 164,277 zeppelins: 511 Zeppelins on stamps: 124,561

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Firstly, we have the lot number. If it has a P after the lot number then ithe lots is illustrated in the catalogue. All lots have at least 1 illustration on our website, and many will have multiple illustrations. The second column contains a symbol, which represents the item(s) in the lot: ** Mint, unmounted o.g. * Mint, mounted o.g. V Used, Very fine. F Used, Fine G Used, Good H Used, Heavy. U Used,quality unspecified W Unused, no gum D Piece (“Postmarks” lots) Cover or card S Stamp (“Postmarks” lots) * The third column gives an overall quality assessment for the lot, from ‘A’ to ‘D’. The same standard applies to mint and used stamps, to covers, postal stationery, literature etc. An item graded ‘A’ is very fine; it has no faults. ‘B’ items are fine and may have minor imperfections. A ‘C’ item will exhibit obvious faults. Items in poor condition are rated ‘D’. Occasionally, an item in truly superb condition will be rated ‘A+’. This grading is used sparingly and is not applied to modern material, which one would normally expect to be in very fine to superb condition. An otherwise very fine item which has a subsidiary problem may be allocated an ‘A-’. This may be a stamp with writing or a hinge remainder on the reverse. A cover may have a receiver’s endorsement on the face. The halves of a letter card may be stuck together. A book may have a previous owner’s notations. Whether this factor makes the item an ‘A-’ or ‘B’ is a matter of degree. The fourth column is relevant to perforated stamps, and also to lots listed under the sub-heading ‘Postmarks’. For perforated stamps, this column gives a grading for both centring and perforations. The letter ‘A’ to ‘D’ relates to centring. ‘A’ stamps are very well centred; ‘B’ stamps are slightly off-centre; ‘C’ stamps are significantly off-centre, and may have the perforations slightly into the design; ‘D’ stamps are badly off-centre, with the perforations well into the design. [NB: These gradings are the same for all perforated issues, whether Australian Decimals, De La Rue Colonial keyplates or 19th Century American issues. However, it should be understood that for many issues poor centring is the norm. Thus ‘C’, and even ‘D’, gradings should be expected and accepted. For such issues a ‘B’ stamp will be above-average and an ‘A’ stamp will be considered an exceptional copy.] Following the letter ‘A’ to ‘D’ is a number ‘1’ to ‘4’. A stamp with all perforations intact is ‘1’. One or two short perfs, or normal rough perforations, will drop the grading to ‘2’. More notable perforation problems such as the perfs down one side being trimmed will result in a ‘3’ grading. A stamp with major perforation faults will be a ‘4’. [NB: A stamp graded ‘A1’ is well-centred with all perforations intact. In many cases, particularly with modern issues, this is the norm. However, for many issues, ‘B2’ or even ‘C3’ may be normal and quite acceptable.] For lots listed under the sub-headings “Postmarks” and “Ship/Paquebot Markings”, this column gives a grading for quality of the strike, and completeness. Quality is graded from ‘A’ (very fine) to ‘D’ (poor). Completeness is graded from ‘1’ (complete) to ‘5’ (identifiable only). ‘+’ is used for superb strikes; ‘-’ is used for postmarks which are lightly struck, a little doubled, or otherwise a bit short of the mark. The 5th column contains the general description of the of the lot and should be self-evident, however the following notes apply specifically to postmark description. Whenever possible postmarks will be described in full, except that the top portion of a postmark is only spelt out when it differs from the post office name or requires some clarification. Bracketed shaded text within a description indicates that these characters cannot be read, while greyed characters are hard to read or are only partly present, as is the case when part of the postmark is on the edge of a stamp. Very large or small letters are represented by large and small fonts respectively; small fonts are particularly used to indicate the presence of small nylon wheels in the datestamp. The following example illustrates these points: '[POST] OFFICE/21DE86/GARAH'. For postmark lots the condition of the postmark is the most important aspect of our descriptions. Minor defects in the stamp or cover are mentioned only when the value of the item is significant. Naturally, major defects will always be described. The symbols in the second, third and fourth columns, and the illustrations of lots, form part of the lot description. The last 2 columns are the reserve and the estimate. Bids below the estimate will not be considered. No GST is added to the hammer price. The vendors have accepted responsibility for any tax payable. We use the following standardised abbreviations: o.g. original gum opt(d) overprint(ed) d/s datestamp cds circular datestamp h/s handstamp mss manuscript; handwritten ERD earliest recorded date LRD latest recorded date o/o opened-out RLabel registration label M/S(s) miniature sheet(s) PPC picture postcard impt imprint mtd mounted provl provisional wmk watermark LDL large dateline (postmarks) SDL small dateline (postmarks) TLC,TRC,LLC,LRC Top Left Cnr, Top Right Cnr, Lower Left Cnr, Lower Right Cnr


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Section 1 begins at 10:30am COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS 1P * A 1979-81 Royal Horticultural Society collection produced by the Franklin Mint. Massive thematic, high initial cost. (106) $75 $100 2 */U A/C Accumulation in two large boxes with eleven stockbooks Chinese types with heavily duplicated used Australia mostly decimals and lesser quantities general World, bags, packets, hundreds loose in a box, empty albums ancient & modern, British Commonwealth 1946 Victory omnibus complete * in special album (164 stamps). Packetmakers and fossickers, inspection needed. (1000’s) $115 $150 * A/B Aerogrammes Accumulation mostly Australia mint and first day of issue but good quantity overseas too, majority 3 used. (c600) $75 $100 * 4 A/B Australia Meter Mail carton zigzag clipped labels accumulation 1980s with strong NSW flavours, fair source of slogans, some tone, mixed condition. (100’s) $30 $40 A/B Australia Postal Stationery Envelopes three carton accumulation 1970s and 80s commercially used mostly NSW 5 * with postmark interest likely, majority birds/wildlife, some uprated, some tone, mixed condition. (100’s) $75 $100 * A/B - three carton accumulation 1980s commercially used mostly NSW with postmark interest likely; majority wildlife, 6 some uprated, some tone, mixed condition. (100’s) $75 $100 7 A/B Back of Book world collection in stockbook with wide range of revenues, postal stationery cut-outs, cinderellas, telegraph stamps, locals etc. Strength in pre 1940 issues, condition mixed. Good range. (c.500) $115 $150 8 A/B - world collection in stockbook with wide range of revenues, postal stationery cut-outs, cinderellas, telegraph stamps, locals etc. Strength in pre 1940 issues, condition mixed. Good selection. (c.500) $115 $150 9 */U A/B General World disorganised mint/used (some CTO) in 7 Chinese stockbooks various sizes. More useful include Switzerland mint Pro Juv sets (some quite early), Hong Kong QEII high values used, also the usual ‘sand dunes’ and post WWII East Europe ‘stamp factories’. Plus Tanzania ** modern thematic sets (255 approx) on stock pages, oddments. (100’s) $85 $110 10 U A/C - duplicated accumulation mostly sorted by country into packets, glassines, etc. Lots of Br Commonwealth incl GB, European countries, Asia, etc. Hours of . . . (1000’s) $100 $130 11 **/*/U A/C - collector’s spares, extras, remainders on/off paper jammed into glassines and envelopes, on stockbook pages & hagners, on leaves and in old style albums, covers, etc. Lots of USA and Australia with high values seen, chaotic. Enough to start several collections here. (1000’s) $115 $150 12 */U A/C Heavyweight Carton general world packaged willy-nilly in glassines, envelopes, etc, then equally willy-nilly crammed into shoeboxes, etc. Plus more on leaves/hagners, plus kiloware, plus three empty Ideal albums (one 4th edition, two 8th edition different types). Lots of Australia, also GB, USA, NZ, European countries East and West. Packetmakers, fossickers, anyone with time on their hands. (1000’s) $150 $200 13 U A/C Kiloware in blue sack roughly 28kgs of Australia as received from charity sources, looks to be mostly on larger torn off paper. [NB: Successful bidder responsible for removal from our premises.] (1000’s) $75 $100 14 U A/C - in silver-grey sack roughly 31kgs of Australia on small size single paper, high number of stamps per kilo (c5000), close cut by volunteer charity workers. [NB: Successful bidder responsible for removal from our premises.] (1000’s) $120 $160 15 U A/C - in zip-up pillow bag roughly 6kgs of mixed world stamps on paper, as received from charity sources, high number of stamps per kilo. [NB: Successful bidder responsible for removal from our premises.] (1000’s) $90 $120 16 U A/C - in ‘Bed Bath’n Table’ bag roughly 4kgs colourful world stamps on paper, as received from charity sources. (10000+) $60 $80 17 U A/B - in 8 boxes, modern mainly Australia in 247 packets of 1000, appears to be mostly close cut on paper (some offpaper seen). [NB:Successful bidder responsible for removal from our premises.] (c247000) $95 $125 18 U A/B - in 12 boxes, modern mainly Australia in 360 packets of 1000, appears to be mostly close cut on paper (some offpaper seen). [NB: Successful bidder responsible for removal from our premises.] (c360000) $135 $180 19 U A/B - approx 10 kg Australia commemorative Peel’n Stick issues from 2007, 2008 & 2009. (1000’s) $75 $100 20 U A/C Variety [1] over 1.1 kgs large world pictorials, highly thematic; [2] two shoeboxes world issues in bags, looks to be more Australia than anywhere else; [3] Australia self-adhesive commemoratives off paper, stated to be at least six each of c300 different; [4] Carton with 1000s modern torn (not clipped) from envelopes. [NB: Successful bidder responsible for removal from our premises.] (10,000’s) $75 $100 21 World “Flotsam ’n Jetsam” in large carton, covers, postcards, literature. Have a look. No reserve. $0 $100 22P */U A/B World - General Collection A-Z in two springback ‘Favourite Philatelic’ albums most periods mainly used to 1950s. majority appear to be more common lower values but more useful seen in places, eg Australia with Roos to 2/-, KGV to 1/4d including 4d lemon, commemorative/general issues with shilling values, KGVI period FDCs; GB with Seahorses to 5/- and KGVI to 10/-; other Br Commonwealth noting Tonga ‘Tin Can Mail’ covers; Germany, France and other Europe, USA etc. Condition mainly fine, worth a look. (100s) $230 $300 23 U A/C World in A Carton large untidy accumulation in packets, on pages and loose with more interesting likely in two groups of covers where a number of WWII censored items seen as well as early European used and unused Postal Stationery, GB KEVII used wrappers, NZ including 2d rose P12½ prob SG #179 on cover Auckland-Timaru in 1877, early USA cover, etc. Accessories include quantity hagners various sizes and an empty Euro stockbook. Inspection needed. (1000’s) $150 $200 THEMATICS & TOPICALS 24P **/U A Animals: almost all modern era with light duplication in 7 stockbooks, two of which are dedicated to cats, dogs & horses; sand dunes and other stamp factories (lots of CTO’s) abound, as well as British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Some loose interpretations here as we see shells, reptiles, marine life, flowers, butterflies, etc. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$2480, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $460 $600 25P **/U A Birds: almost all modern era with light duplication in 7 stockbooks; some CTO’s but great majority fresh **, British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$9900, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $1900 $2500 26 **/U A Dinosaurs: and other Prehistoric, almost all modern era with light duplication in 6 stockbooks, odd CTO but almost all fresh **, British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$3715, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $675 $900 27P * A Dinosaurs - First Day Covers: collection of 1990s and 2000s issues British Commonwealth (majority) and general world. Extremely colourful - comes with bundle of cover pages. (c250) $75 $100


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Fish: almost all modern era with light duplication in 8 stockbooks, odd CTO but almost all fresh **, British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$7450, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $1350 $1800 Olympic Games: Bric-a-brac from Melbourne 1956 including souvenir envelope with three sets MCG ticket stubs, one set each for the opening and closing ceremonies (both programmes here too, as well as Melbourne’s facilities and services guide to the games). Plus - in German - glossy coffee table book ‘Die Olympischen Spiele’ 1972. Plus SG’s ‘History of the Olympics Mint Stamp Collection’ 1983. Plus 1984 Los Angeles games kit for assembling a Willy Money Box!! Surely someone will like this. (12) $46 $60 Ships: almost all modern era with light duplication in 5 stockbooks, odd CTO but almost all fresh **, British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$4950, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $900 $1200 Sydney Harbour Bridge: a 28 page display depicting the history of the Bridge, copious descriptions may not be entirely accurate. Includes three covers posted during the opening celebrations, one registered at SE pylon to New Zealand plus wide range of later commemorative type material, pictorial pmks, postal stationery, ephemera. High quality 3-ring binder, very picturesque, mainly fine. (c60) $75 $100 Trading Stock: heavily duplicated with wide range themes/topics almost all modern era in 6 stockbooks; includes sand dunes and other stamp factories with lots of CTO, otherwise fresh **, British Commonwealth and general world. Extremely colourful stock, bargain. (1000’s) $260 $350 Variety: almost all modern era in 7 stockbooks, light duplication comprising Disney, Paintings, Royalty (2 albums), Scouts & Guides, Sport (2 albums), includes sand dunes and other stamp factories with lots of CTO otherwise almost all fresh **, British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$1250, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $230 $300 - almost all modern era in 6 stockbooks, little if any duplication and comprising Flowers & Plants, Railways (2 albums), Space & Miscellaneous (2 albums - huge variety here); includes sand dunes and other stamp factories with lots of CTO otherwise fresh **, British Commonwealth including Australia and NZ plus general world. Extremely colourful stock priced to sell at c$1250, more keenly priced here at around 25%. (100’s) $230 $300

Great Britain - Scouting: 1920s? red ‘GR/[scout]/BE PREPARED’ (faults) on face of Grosvenor Publishing Co. envelope of twelve ‘Scout Poster Stamps.’. While both the stamp and envelope have faults, these are very rare items. COINS & BANKNOTES | Coins 36 UNC Australia: 1911 ½d. 37 UNC - 1926 3d. 38 EF - 1910 1/-. 39 - Balance of collection: 1994-6 Olympic Heritage series, Commemorative $10 note (the first in polymer), 10 consecutive $1 notes (UNC) DNE 525486-95, Beijing Olympics $1 coin & FDC, Mount Isa ‘Tourist Dollar’, loose 50c coins and more. 40P UNC - 1901-2000 Centenary of Federation (2), 1966-2000 50c Commemorative Collection. 52 official coins and medals. (3) 41P UNC - 1970 cased proof set. 42 UNC - 1981-89 cased proof sets (7), 1986 $10 NSW proof and 1987 $10 SA proof. (9) 43 UNC - 1988 Masterpieces in Silver cased proof set, Proof Coin set and Holey Dollar and Dump. 1989 $10 Kookaburra ‘Piedfort’ proof, $10 Queensland proof and Proof Coin Set. (6) 44 UNC - 1990 Masterpieces in Silver ‘The Silver Dollars’ cased proof set, $10 Cockatoo ‘Piedfort’ proof, $10 cased WA coin and Proof Coin set. (4) 45 UNC - 1991 Masterpieces in Silver ‘25th Anniversary of Decimal Currency’ cased proof, $10 Jabiru ‘Piedfort’ proof and Proof Coin Set. (3) 46 UNC - 1992 $10 Emperor Penguin ‘Piedfort’ proof, $5 ‘International Year of Space proof and Proof Coin Set. (3) 47 UNC - 1993 Masterpieces in Silver ‘The Explorers’ cased proof, Proof Coin Set, $10 Palm Cockatoo cased proof, $10 ACT and $1 Silver Kangaroo. (5) 48 UNC - 1994 cased Masterpieces in Silver ‘The Explorers’, Proof Coin Set, $10 Wedge-tailed Eagle proof, $5 ‘The Enfranchisement of Women’ cased proof and $1 Silver Kangaroo. (5) 49 UNC - 1995 cased Masterpieces in Silver ‘Colonial Australia’, Proof Coin Set and $1 Silver Kangaroo. (3) 50 UNC - 1996 Masterpieces in Silver ‘Shaping the National Identity’, ‘Endangered Species’ cased proof set, Proof Coin Set and $1 Silver Kangaroo. (4) 51 UNC - 1996 $5 39mm ‘Bradman’ cased proof and $5 bi-metal uncirculated. (2) 52 UNC - 1996 Endangered Species ‘Piedfort’ proof coin set consisting of 4 $10 silver coins depicting the Numbat, Southern Right Whale, Red-Tailed Black Cockatoo and Northern Hairy-Nosed Wombat. 53 UNC - 1997 Masterpieces in Silver ‘The Opening of the Continent’, Proof Coin Set, ‘Coins of the Harbour City’, $1 Silver Parliamnet House and $1 Silver kangaroo. 54 UNC - 1998 Proof Coin Set, $1 Parliament House Silver Proof and $1 Silver Kangaroo. (3) 55P UNC - 1999 bi-metal $10 proof coin from The Millennium Series ‘The Past’. 56P UNC - 2000 boxed proof sets including: bi-metal $10 Millennium Coin ‘The Present’, $1 silver millennium coin and set of six coin set. (3) 57P UNC - 2000 boxed proof sets including $1 silver millennium coin and set of six coin set. (2) 58P UNC - 2001 $5 proof ‘Finale’ series ‘Centenary of Federation’ with coloured hologram part of reverse. Melbourne retail $500+. 59 UNC - 2001 cased proof sets including: B-metal $10 Millennium Series ‘The Future’, $5 Sir Donald Bradman and Six Coin Set ‘Centenary of Federation’. (3) 60 UNC - 2001 cased proof sets including: bi-metal $10 Millennium Series ‘The Future’, $5 Sir Donald Bradman and Six Coin Set ‘Centenary of Federation’. (3) 61P UNC - 2002 boxed sets including: Bi-metal $10 proof ‘Adelaide Pound’, ‘Finale Coin’ Year of the Outback (2) and Six Coin Proof Set. (4) 62P UNC - 2002 boxed sets including: Bi-metal $10 proof ‘Adelaide Pound’ and ‘Finale Coin’ Year of the Outback (2). (3) 63P UNC - 2003 boxed sets, including: Six Coin Proof Set, Bi-metal $10 proof Sydney Mint Pattern, Gold plated $1 Kangaroo, $5 proof Volunteers ‘Finale Coin’ and $1 Golden Pipeline. (5)

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- 2003 boxed sets, including: Holey Dollar and Dump, Bi-metal $10 proof ‘Sydney Mint Pattern’ and Gold plated $1 Kangaroo. (5) 65P UNC - 2003 boxed sets, including: Bi-metal $10 proof ‘Sydney Mint Pattern’, $5 proof Volunteers ‘Finale Coin’ and $1 Golden Pipeline. (5) 66P UNC - 2003 Fine Silver Proof set of six coins in a custom made jarrah box. This set includes the $1, 50c and 20c coins from the ‘Volunteer’ series which are only available in this set. Still in unopened original packaging. Scarce. 67 UNC - 2003 Fine Silver Proof set of six coins in a custom made jarrah box. This set includes the $1, 50c and 20c coins from the ‘Volunteer’ series which are only available in this set. Still in unopened original packaging. Scarce. 68P UNC - 2004 Australian proof set, Kookaburra coin & pin ‘Gilded Edition’, 35th Anniversary of Moon Walk, Gold Plated Silver Kangaroo and 40th Anniversary of last Penny. (5) 69P UNC - 2004 Australian proof set, Kookaburra coin & pin ‘Gilded Edition’, 35th Anniversary of Moon Walk. (5) 70P UNC - 2004 Kookaburra coin & pin ‘Gilded Edition’, 35th Anniversary of Moon Walk, Gold Plated Silver Kangaroo and 40th Anniversary of last Penny. (4) 71 UNC - 2004 Kookaburra coin & pin ‘Gilded Edition’ and 35th Anniversary of Moon Walk. (2) 72P UNC - 2004 Fine Silver Proof set of six coins in a custom made jarrah box in original shrink wrapping. 73P UNC - 2005 $1 proof coin ‘1855 Sydney Half Sovereign’. 74P UNC Australian Antarctic Territory: cased proof 1oz silver coins with coloured finish: 2004 ‘Mawson Station’, 2005 ‘Leopard Seal’, 2006 ‘Edgeworth David’ and 2007 ‘Davis Station’. (4) 75P UNC - cased proof 1oz silver coins with coloured finish: 2004 ‘Mawson Station’, 2005 ‘Leopard Seal’, 2006 ‘Edgeworth David’ and 2007 ‘Davis Station’. (4) 76P UNC Isle of Man: cased proof coins featuring ‘Harry Potter’ characters: 2001 ‘Philosophers Stone’, 2002 ‘Chamber of Secrets’ and 2004 ‘Prisoner of Azkaban’. (3) 77P UNC Tuvalu: cased silver proof commemorative $1 coins featuring Australia’s famous 1930 penny and 1923 half-penny. (2) COINS & BANKNOTES | Banknotes 78P UNC Australia group of notes including: $10 Commemorative in folder of issue, $5 Macfarlane/Evans Parliament House and broken runs $5 Spence and Parkes note. (12) 79P UNC Australia $5 2001 MacFarlane/Evans, consecutive run DF01389389-98. (10) 80P UNC - MacFarlane/Evans, consecutive run DF01389410-19. (10) 81P UNC Australia $10 1993 consecutive pair with ‘wet ink transfer’ resulting in a mirror images of ‘10’ appearing below left serial number and ‘TEN DOLLARS’ below the right. A much sought after pair. (2) 82P UNC Australia $10 2002 first signature MacFarlane/Henry, consecutive run AA02039671-80. (10) 83P UNC Australia $20 1993 Fraser/Evans AAA prefix eight consecutive numbers 633140-7. (8) 84 UNC Australia $20 2002 first signature MacFarlane/Henry, consecutive run AA02001225-34. (10) DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA 85P B Australia - New South Wales: 1913 Passport issued by New South Wales for Isaac Young, with visas for Turkey & Russia. GB 2/- KEVII Consular Service and Turkish & Russian Revenues on inside associated with the visas. Rare and unusual. Generally in good condition with a separated fold repaired with document tape. 86P A Australia - Victoria: The Melbourne & Suburban Railway Company Share Certificat issued in 1859 to Joseph Docker, Ovens River. Very attractive with fine engraving of train approaching bridge over a river. [The Rev Joseph Docker had the squatting rights for the historic Bontherambo station.] 87 Balance Scale: with sliding weight suitable for weighing up to 4oz. 88P A Great Britain - Winston Churchill: signature in pencil on piece of plain thin card. Originally priced to sell for $575. Highly desirable. 89 Ideal Postal Scale: with spring mechanism and postal rates indicating use in the 1890s. 90P B/C Norfolk Island: [1] 1867 Union Bank of Australia Promissary Note for £50 made out to Rev George H Nobbs, from the London Branch to the Auckland NZ branch, slight damage; [2] 1868 Bill of Lading from London to Sydney on the Wooloo[mooloo] ? for “One Case Books” for “Revd G H Nobbs / Norfolk Island”, quite damaged. Both documents feature sailing ships in their design. (2) 91 C Royal Life Saving Society: ‘Intermediate Certificate’ and Badge awarded in 1943 for “practical knowledge of Rescue, Releasing oneself from the Clutch of the Drowing and for the ability to render aid in Resuscitating the Apparently Drowned”. Very interesting item. 92 A Share Certficate - Australia: Australian Coking and By-Products Company 1912 for 4022 shares together with allotment letter dated 12 October 1911 and receipt - Certificate with ornate titles & borders in red - delightful. 93 A Shipping: Hand painted card depicting Imperial German Mail Steamer Scharnhorst [launched 1904] endorsed “Melbourne”. Ship was on Australia route 1905-1908 - attractive. OTHER COLLECTABLES 94 A/A- Cigarette Card Album: with Player’s Arms of the British empire (10); Wills Royalty (20); Will’s Flowers (10); Ogden’s Military Leaders (20); Will’s Film Stars (100); plus a few other odds & sods include rare Taddy’s British Medals No 29 Afghanistan. Album is tatty. (c.195) LITERATURE 95 U A Australia: The Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia by Alec. A. Rosenblum published by Acacia Press Pty Ltd in 5th Edition, 1947-8, 279pp, in very good condition. 96 U A - The Encyclopedia of British Empire Postage Stamps - The Empire in Australia Parts I, II & III. by Billig published by Robson Lowe in 1961, 600+pp, 3 hard cover volumes in excellent condition. 97 A+ Australia - Victoria: The Stamps of Victoria by Geoff Kellow, as new. Retail $165. 98 U F British New Guinea: Lakatoi I - British New Guinea and De La Rue by Hamilton Croaker published by The Philatelic Society of N.S.W. in 1979, 28pp, softcover edition in good condition. 99 A BSAP Bulletin: incomplete run of 36 copies from 1982 to 1993. 100 A Cinderella Australia: incomplete run of 60 copies from Vol 1 No 1 (1984) to 2006. 101 U A New Zealand: Airmails of New Zealand Volume Two by Douglas A Walker published by The Airmail Society of New Zealand in 1986, 346pp, Hardcover with slightly worn dust jacket. 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PICTURE POSTCARDS 104 * A/B Australia: used/unused accumulation with strong Victoria flavours, earlier used range with common 1d frankings and possible postmark and thematic interest. Many different makers, variety of scenes including old Melbourne. Condition varies. (c300) 105 * A/B World Collection: huge variety majority post-WWII period and majority unused. Strong thematic content, includes several small size photographic sets from various Eurupean locations eg Rome, Venice, Baden-Baden, Salzburg, Amsterdam. (c1000) QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards A Australia - Thursday Island 1910 (Sep 5) real photo postcard to England, with SINGAPORE transit cds; showing 106P * ‘Signal Station/Goade Island’ Nth. Qld. franked 1d, tied by THURSDAY ISLAND cds. PICTURE POSTCARDS AJapan: early 20th century traditional scene depicting a number of activities (one looks a bit like ‘blind man’s buff’) 107P * divided horizontally into five multi-coloured PPCs numbered F1-F5 from right to left. Each inscribed on the back ‘Union Postale Universelle/CARTE POSTALE’. Very attractive and very scarce in such good condition. (5) A/C World: early 20th century unused illustrated stamp types (Zeiher-style) including four Made in Germany with map 108P * included, two are Netherlands Colonies (one has the Floreat Philatelia emblem in black and further inscribed in red ‘IMPERIAL STAMP CO., LTD/ALLAHABAD’), two Fiji. Also NSW, Queensland, New Zealand (Christchurch scene), Switzerland (Marigny scene, missing corner), Bavaria and one with Australian Colonies and England shields illustrated. (10) 109P * A World War I - Transport Theme: selection of cards including Australian soldiers in a rickshaw at Port Natal; Battleships in Freetown Sierra Leone; Cape Verde - coaling stop. (14) BRITISH COMMONWEALTH | Collections and Accumulations 1890s-1970s Accumulation in large 16p stockbook. Wide range of issues with little duplication Pre-QEII issues 110 */*/U A/B rarely go above 1/-. While nothing special stands out, it is quite disorganized so anything could have been missed. Days of fun. (100s) 1890s-1970s Africa Accumulation on Hagners Wide range of issues with strength from the 1940s onwards but 111 */*/U A/B still quite a bit earlier. While nothing special stands out it is quite disorganized so anything could have been missed. Days of fun. (100s) 112 */*/U A/B 1890s-1990 Accumulation on Hagners in large spring binder. Wide range of issues with strength from the 1950s onwards. Good range of BWI and Pacific islands with many M/Ss. While nothing special stands out it is quite disorganized so anything could have been missed. Hours of fun. (100s) 1890s-1990s Accumulation in large 32p stockbook. Wide range of issues with little duplication Pre-QEII issues 113 */*/U A/B rarely go above 1/-. While nothing special stands out, we did note BCA 6d ultramarine, it is quite disorganized so anything could have been missed. Days of fun. (100s) 114P * B C2 1902(c.) KEVII? Photographic Essay sepia-toned on stamp-sized shiny thin card with gum and without denomination (nor country name, which suggests this is British rather than any other country in the then Empire), perf 14.8x14.2 approx (one pulled perf), old time hinge remains. Of uncertain origin. 115 */*/U A/B 1960s-1970s Africa Accumulation on Hagners Wide range of issues with strength in South Africa & SWA, including modern FDCs. Strong thematic content. Did note MUH Kenya gems complete, but it is quite disorganized so anything could have been missed. Hours of fun. (100s) 116 **/*/U A/B Aden - Virgin Islands and many in between, mostly postally used representing most periods to 1980s. QV/KEVII periods very sparse, otherwise good selections Canada, Malayan States with some Straits Settlements and much more Singapore, South Africa with some provincials, Rhodesias and other southern Africa with some **/*, NZ and other Pacifics, Windies, etc. Mainly fine starter material. (100’s) 117 **/*/U A/C General Accumulation majority ** assemblies Nauru, Norfolk Is, Pitcairn Is, PNG, Samoa; 1972 SW omnibus and 1981 Royal Wedding collections in special albums; sheet file with New Zealand lower values **, Australia with odd bundleware, FDC’s in exercise book (poor condition) and modern commercial envelopes range. Plus stack of cover pages. (100’s) 118 U A/B - with duplication in 5 stockbooks covering AAT, Christmas & Cocos Is, PNG, Pacific Is, India (noting Mother Teresa M/S x9), South Africa (values to 20R plus M/Ss), Singapore, New Zealand, Montserrat to $10, Solomons to $10, Australia, USA and more. Lots of high values, mainly fine. (100’s) 119 U A/B - of better issues with some duplication in 3 stockbooks, mainly popular countries with good range of GB high values noting £5 Castle x14, £10 ‘Banknote’ two singles and a block of 10 with commercial cancel, fair representation Millennium issues; elsewhere with se-tenant arrangements, blocks, M/Ss (noting India with Mother Teresa M/S x11), South Africa (values to 20R), France 1998 World Cup sheetlet, USA and more. Lots of appeal here, mainly fine. (100’s) 120 */U A/A- KGVI Coronation Issues apparently complete set on pages, mixed mint & used. Moderm Mint Issues in large 16p stockbook. Wide range of issues with little duplication. A priced up with 121 */*/U A/B descriptions ready for your next weekend show. Priced to sell at well over $600. (100s) 122 **/*/U A/B QV - QEII Remaindered Collection Aden to Zanzibar and most places in between on over 80 hagners majority used in mixed mainly fine condition. Mint includes Australia pre-decimal **/* blocks, some 1946 Peace/Victory sets, lower value KGVI/QEII pictorials; South Africa and SWA with bi-lingual pairs **/* and used, South Rhodesia with KGV Silver Jubilee set **/8 with extras plus KGVI coronation set *; six pages Malayan States with Straits Settlements, FMS, States, Singapore mostly used; fair quantity PNG, Australian Territories and New Zealand with territorial issues mint and used with some back-of-the-book. Could be more useful Mauritius, Nigeria, North Borneo, Windies, Ceylon, etc. Good starter potential, high catalogue. (100s) 123 **/*/U A/B - consigned as World A to Z remaindered collection but actually at least 90% British Commonwealth Bermuda to South Africa and many places in between. Very litlle seen before KGV period with majority QEII era to 1980s where plenty of mint mostly ** in Bermuda, Barbados, Dominica, Falkland Is (with FID), other Caribbean, also Pitcairn Is, Seychelles etc. Earlier Nigeria with KGV pictorials low vals duplicated **, QEII 1956 Royal Visit and 1958 Victoria Centenary SG #81-2 in large multiples **. Just a few general World (eg Japan, Nicaragua, Liechtenstein, Italy), duplication in places, mostly fine and fresh. (100s) 124P **/*/U A/B Selected Issues [1] Mauritius 1921-26 1c to 15c plus 20c purple SG #205-19, 221 some lightly used but most *, small gum/perf faults Cat c£45; [2] Bahawalpur 1949 ** UPU set of 4 plus second set ex 1½a; [3] Turks & Caicos Islands 1948 Silver Wedding 10/- mauve in very fresh imprint pair **; [4] Zeppelin five * 1933 values from Greece, Paraguay, Italy and San Marino (latter including 5L on 80c olive Mi #193). (30)

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Selection [1] Bermuda 1943 KGVI 5/- * p14 SG #118d Cat £100 (as **); [2] Fiji 1903 KEVII ½d to 5/- * SG #104-113 Cat £120 as singles; [3] Pitcairn Is QEII 1957 original set of 11 * SG #18-28 Cat £44 (as **). (22) 126 **/*/U A - Majority early QEII period Cat over £300 with better from Bermuda with used high value definitives with duplication 1953-62 2/- to 10/- SG #146-9 x2 each, 1962-8 1/3d to 10/- (ex 2/3d) SG #172-8 two each ex 2/- one only and 10/x3, oddments; useful Hong Kong odd ** seen, less from Barbados, Ireland, couple PNG 1972 booklets, remarkable Uganda 1969 Flowers 1s to 20s CTO x10 Cat £128 as used, odds India used, France, Germany, Japan. (c190) 127 **/U A/B South East Asia general collection mostly postally used most periods to 1980s. QV/KEVII periods very sparse, otherwise good selections Malayan States including Straits Settlements with odd FMS and BMA, North Borneo, Sarawak. Post-independence Singapore with some mint noting 1971 Paintings ** set of 6 SG #165-70. Good value starter, mainly fine. (100’s) BRITISH COMMONWEALTH | OMNIBUS ISSUES 128P ** A/B 1946 Victory: Aden to Zanzibar near complete run of 46 issuing authorities mostly common design types, 15 sets of each with majority in large blocks, includes Falkland Is and FID, Hong Kong, Pitcairn Is. Best likely to be Northern Rhodesia 1½d orange p13½ variety SG #46a Cat £14 each (total £210), also Jamaica 1½d p14. Some slight aging in places due storage in old window envelopes (from which they need removing soon), very high Cat well over £400. (c.700) ADEN | Proofs & Essays 129P A+ 1953 QEII 50c Aerogramme 4th issue by McCorquodale in blue on blued paper (61x76mm) together with an unused example of the issued aerogramme. Superb. Ex Druce. AFGHANISTAN 130 F A 1963 Agriculture Day 1963 (Mi.738-40 & 744) 1, 2, 3 & 150Pl Sheep, Agriculture Day, essays of an unadopted design on thin off white card from the archives of the Government Printing Works, Vienna, Austria. Well annotated in both Arabic and French, with original archive envelope and an example of the issued stamps. Superb thematic and unique. ANTARCTICA 131P * A New Zealand PPC: 1904 Canterbury Times PPC of ‘A White Giant Petrel’, fine card. A USA: 1935 illustrated ‘Admiral Byrd’ with fine Little America Pictorial cancel and ‘Byrd Antarctic Expedition II’ official 132P * cachet. Fine cover. ANTIGUA | Postal History 133P *F A 1812 part entire to GB with fine strike of the 35mm ‘ANTIGUA MAR 26’ fleuron cds (no year). ASCENSION 134P * A A1 1924-33 Badge of Colony ½d - 3/- definitives set. Attractive & fresh, SG #10-20, Cat £300 (12) ASCENSION | Postal History A1940s OAS cover to England cancelled with red ‘POST/OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’, back flap tied with magenta 135P *F boxed ‘[crown]/PASSED/xx/ “LLB”. [These are clearly the indecipherable initials that Little describes as “MB” or “WB”.]. Very rare. AUSTRIA | Collections and Accumulations 136P Y A/A- 1850-65 Arms Selection mainly machine-paper issues virtually all 4-margin copies in a wide range of shades, most with identifiable postmarks & most with specialist identification on back. Noted 1k yellow, 1k orange, 3k x10, 6k x 67, 9k x48 and Lombardy & Venetia 15c x3, 30c x2 & 45c, Cat £900+. (130+) AUSTRIA 137P F A1850 Arms Hand-Made Paper 1K orange type III 4 good margins printed both sides, SG #1a, Cat £130, cancelled with ‘SZLOLNOK/12/4’ (B2). 138P F A - 1k brown-orange type I 4 good margins, SG #1ba, Cat £900, cancelled with straight-line ‘MAZAN[AJESTIE]/”12/ 1”‘ (B3) 139P W A- C1 1858-59 Franz Joseph 2Kr orange Type II, SG #22b, Cat £6000 as mint (Cat £700 used), one toned perf. 140P F A- B1 1867 Franz Joseph Coarse Type 50k brownish rose, Mi #AH57, Cat £150, minor surface abrasion. 141P F A C1 1874-80 Franz Joseph Fine Type 25k lilac, SG #65a, Cat £225 142P ** A A1 1936 10 Sch Dollfuss superbly centred and fresh with tiny guarantee stamp in lower corner. 143 V A A1 1950-53 Birds 3s to 20s (both papers), SG #1218-21, Cat £400+. (5) AUSTRIA | Postal History 144 * B 1940-1 twelve flimsy roughly opened censored envelopes from Vienna to various addressees in USA. All franked 65pf, usually Hindenberg definitives of Germany. (12) AUSTRIA | Postmarks 145 SD A/B 1867-1900 Postmark Collection: on hagners, all cancels with Klein numbers on reverse. Postmarks on 1867-80 Franz Josephs (120), 1890-1907 Franz Josephs (149). Appear to be all different and generally nice examples. Photocopy of Klein included. 146 U A/B 1870s-90s Collection: mostly clear cds types on range Franz Joseph Mi #35-39 both printings seen (over 90 stamps), numerals Mi #44-48 (23), later Franz Joseph kreuzer values Mi #50-60 & 63-6 (c270). Each stamp has been neatly annotated on the back in pencil with Klein numbers. Perforations not checked, Cat as least expensive used stamps €200 approx. (c385) BELGIUM | First Day Covers A 1953 Tourist Scenes set tied to two illustrated FDCs by Bruxelles cds 22 6 53. 147P *F BELGIUM | Military - World War I Period B 1920 identification papers for an interpreter with letter in English to the Staff Captain 10th Inf Bde requesting that he 148P *F be allowed to collect his clothing ration from them. 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BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) | Proofs & Essays 152P A 1946 Trial Overprints of thick sans-serif overprint on plain paper, BW #J2P(1), block of four from left margin of the single proof sheet prepared. 153P DF A B1 - 1d purple-brown QEI with thin BLACK opt, BW #J2PP(2)A, on piece cancelled with ‘AUST ARMY P.O./18OC46/ 241.’ (B1). 154P DF A B1 - ½d roo with thin RED opt, 2½d red KGVIW #J1PP(2), on piece cancelled with ‘AUST ARMY P.O./18OC46/241.’ (B1). 155P DF A B1 - 3d brown KGVI with thin RED opt, BW #J2PP(2)Bl, on piece cancelled with ‘AUST ARMY P.O./18OC46/241.’ (B1). 156P DF A B1 - 3d brown KGVI with thin BLACK opt, BW #J3PP(2)A, on piece cancelled with ‘AUST ARMY P.O./18OC46/241.’ (B1). 157P DF A B1 - 1d purple-brown QEI with thin RED opt, BW #J3PP(2)B, on piece cancelled with ‘AUST ARMY P.O./18OC46/241.’ (B1). BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) 158P * A C1 ½d to 1/- corner imprint blocks of 4 & 5/- gutter imprint block of 4, BW #J1-6z, Cat $295. (6 blocks) 159P **/* B ½d to 2/- in corner imprint blocks of 4 2**/2* BW #J1-J6, Cat $265. Some slight gum tropicalisation and usual variable centring, ½d with “wet” opt and offset, 6d one unit tone spot, 6d and 2/- weak opts. (6) BRUNEI | Collections and Accumulations 160 */U A/B 1924-1970s mostly used general collection on leaves and stock pages plus 1958 FDC for opening of Brunei mosque, from duplicated mint/used 1924-37 M/Script/CA wmk values to 30c, one WWII Japanese occupation to more modern oddments, thematic content. (c140) BRUNEI 161P * A A1 1908-22 New Colours 1c - $5 set (1c & 3c are Die I), includes both 50c papers, SG #34-47, Cat £254. (13) BULGARIA | Postal History A 1938 illustrated advertising cover (sheep at upper-left) to Australia with 7L & 12L Dove x4 tied by ‘[plane]/POSTE 162P *F AERIENNE SOFIA’ cds in violet, French/Cyrillic airmail label, Greek currency control handstamp on the face. A splendid item.

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163 BUSHIRE (British Occupation) 163P * A A1 1915 British Occupation 5kr slate, sepia and silver Coronation issue overprinted ‘BUSHIRE/Under British/ Occupation’, SG #27, BPA [2005] Cert. A very rare stamp, only 145 of this denomination were overprinted and very few were used during the brief 10 week British Occupation. $1200 $1600 CAMEROONS (British) 164P * A 1915 Stamps of German Cameroon Optd: SG #B1-B9, Cat £92 (Mi #1-9 Cat €165); includes 3x ½d on 5pf, 4x 1d on 10pf with some slight overprint variations seen (one opt clearly black). Very fresh. (14) $55 CANADA | Collections and Accumulations 165 */*/U A/B 1890s-1990s Collection in large 16pp stockbook. Mainly used with value to $1. STC £600, little duplication. (100s) $95 166P */U A/B 1929-51 Selection higher values used from neat 50c Bluenose SG #284 to 1951 $1 Fisherman SG #433 (9 stamps); plus 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 6 brownish gum SG #335-40 *. Variable centring. (15) $46 CANADA 167P G A B2 1868-90 Large Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 15c lilac-grey, P11½x12, SG #65, Cat £160. $75 168P U A1875 Registration Stamps 2c orange and 5c green P12x11, SG #R10-11, Cat £210, light soiling. (2) $70 CHILE | Flight Covers B 1940 flimsy airmail envelope registered to Bad Cannstatt in Germany with red ‘VIA CONDOR’ handstamp and 169P * “L.A.T.I” added by hand, violet registration details handstamp; German censor label at base, redirected on arrival with 1934-39 30c, 4p and 10p Airs tied ‘CORREO AEREO/CHILE/28AGO40.6PM/SANTIAGO’, numerous backstamps and mss notations. Some peripheral faults, attractive. $75 CHINA | Postal History 170P *F A1918 use of 10c blue Junk, cancelled with red square handstamp, overstruck with bi-lingual ‘YINGTAK’, on cover to Texas, USA, bi-lingual ‘CANTON/10SEP/18’ on face, ‘EXAMINED BY/CENSOR/C.[?]’ (Canadian) tape at left, small amount of damage to censor tape. $70 CHINA | Military - World War II Period B 1941 use of red Advice of Receipt card, cancelled with bilingual ‘SHANGHAI/5.11.41|14/’ (A1), from a Jewish 171P *V refugee in Hamilton House to a relative in Bristol, backstamped with double-circle ‘WESTBURY-ON-TRYM/6.30AM/ 21JA/42/BRISTOL’, strong vertical crease & generalised light creasing. $100 CRETE | Postal History 172P * C 1919 (March 22) aged registered censored envelope to San Jose, Costa Rica with overprinted Greece 1916 20L Mi #216 and ‘New Greece’ 30L carmine Mi #9.I, LA CANEE cds plus registration label, Greek censor reseal tied several ‘262’ circles in blue, several New York Transit plus San Jose arr backstamps. Stains and small peripheral defects, rare origin/destination. $260

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CYPRUS | Collections and Accumulations 173 * A 1881-83 Selection [1] 1881 line engraved ½d on 1d SG #9 ‘SK’ Plate 215 o/c to right Cat £45; [2] 1882-83 surface-printed 30pa pale mauve, 1pi rose and 2pi blue SG #17-19 well centred Cat £310. Hinge remains, strong colours. (4) CYPRUS 174P W A- A1 1882-86 QV Wmk Crown/CA 4pi pale olive-green, SG #20a, Cat £350, no gum, small thin in BRC. CYPRUS | Postal History 175 *U A/B 1880s-1980s Accumulation of mostly commercial covers appear KGVI-era onwards, wide variety of frankings amongst later issues, includes bundle (250+) 1970s local mail (small number reduced covers) many have Rural Post Service cancels; also philatelic covers (approx 120) from 1937 including some Turkish, Stationery (29 items) QVQEII mostly unused, some mixed condition, plus bundle (approx 150) meters/post paid. (c.800) CZECHOSLOVAKIA | First Day Covers A/B 1947-92 useful collection, includes 1951 Dvorak sheetlet of 10, 1955 National Costumes, Prague Exhibition 176 *F miniature sheet, 1956 Museums, Trains, etc, some mixed condition, generally good. (600+) CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Military - World War I Period B 1919c envelope, cancelled with triple-circle ‘Velitcistvi 8. ces. slov. strel. pluku S?zst???/[lion rampant]/***’ (B1) in 177 *F purple, of the 8th Shooting Regt, addressed to Prague, some water damage to upper edge & closed tears, glued along top. [Czech Legion] DANZIG | Collections and Accumulations 178P */U A/B 1920-39 Collection extensive almost entirely used mounted on Ka-Be pages (with mounts ready for those elusive items not already here), from 1920 Germania opts Mi #1-15 complete (ex 1m) with extra shades; other more useful include 1921 Proclamation set of 10 Mi #53-62, various 1921-22 Arms types, incomplete range 1924-38 Arms types Mi #193-201 including top values. Many expertised items in generally fine condition with Cat over €1700, good value. (c242) 179P */U A/B 1920s & 1930s selected mostly used on hagners from 1920 opts on Germanias etc 15pf to 2.50m to 1924-38 Arms types plus small range officials; some expertised (eg Infla Berlin, Hochkeppeler, Knieper). More useful include 1922 50M red & gold Mi #100Xa (perf faults, not expertised). Mainly fine Cat in excess of €600. (c97) DIEGO SUAREZ | Postage Dues 180P * A1892 Imperf 60c black 4 good margins, SG #D36, Cat £850, mild toning. DJIBOUTI - Republic | Postal History 181P *F A 1952 use of United States Army formular aerogramme to Australia with 6fr & 50fr tied by ‘DJIBOUTI/FRANCASIE DES SOMALIS’ cds in blue. Unusual item. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes B1903 KEVII 2a blue with dark blue text, 200x126mm, HG #C1b, uprated with 6c carmine x4, cancelled with ‘MAGADI 182P *F JUNCTION/8AM/JY24/13/EA[P]’ (A2- rated 500 by Proud), with 39x24mm boxed reg label handstamped ‘Magadi Ju[nction]’ in purple (B2), addressed to Berlin, cover is tatty around edges and opened on 2 sides with some toning. EGYPT 183P V A/A- 1934 UPU set of 14, SG #219-32, Cat £180, 50m & £1 have a couple of toned perfs. 184P F A A1 1943 5th Birthday of Princess Farial arabic ‘1493’ for ‘1943’ error, SG #289a, Cat £200. EGYPT | Military - Pre World War II Period 185P * A1933 plain envelope to London franked on reverse by British Forces in Egypt 3m Xmas seal with Retta cancel; on the face in red crowned ‘EGYPT/G/POSTAGE PREPAID’ and ‘M.P.O./17JE33/CAIRO’ cds. Minor peripheral faults, neat and attractive. ESTONIA | Collections and Accumulations 186 **/*/U A/B 1918-41 lightly duplicated mint/used collection Mi #1-163w on hagners from 1918-20 imperfs and including 1923 Air opts Mi #41-2 *, various Red Cross * and good general representation to 1940 USSR set Mi #160-3 used plus mint three lower values, 1941 German occupation set of 6 with couple imperf varieties. Mainly fine, well worth a look at this estimate. (c165) ETHIOPIA | Postal History 187 *F A1931-32 covers to Western Australia (possibly commercial, with large 37x28mm black/pink registration label) or Victoria both with 1931 values; also 1952 commercial usage to NSW of formular aerogramme. (3) EUROPE | Collections and Accumulations 188 U A/B Austria - Yugoslavia sixty pages in Euro Stockbook generally used presentations from mostly Western Europe with better seen from late 19th century Germany, Greece, Romania, Switzerland, etc. Also Great Britain from KGVI period but mainly QEII decimals, Italy, Vatican City, Spain including 1960s Arms ** (46 different Alava to Zaragoza), much more. (100’s) 189 */U A/B General Collection in Chinese stockbook mainly used from mostly Western Europe with better seen Germany from late 19th century to 1980s with some mint particularly among officials and the inflation period, Switzerland similar period including Pro Juventute and Pro Patria, Vatican, Yugoslavia, etc. No Great Britain, could surprise and will certainly benefit from remounting. (100’s) FALKLAND ISLANDS 190P **/* A 1929-36 KGV Definitives ½d to £1 KGV Whale & Penguin set incl. the line perf. varieties (apart from ½d) with £1 left marginal example. All are fresh with the barest evidence of a hinge, SG #116-26 Cat £720 (15) FALKLAND ISLANDS | Military - World War II Period A1943 use of stampless OAS cover, cancelled with ‘POST/OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’ (A1) in red, to Yeadon, Leeds, 191P *F with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./4423’ (A1-), letter included. [Robinson correspondence.] A- use of stampless OAS cover to England, cancelled with red ‘POST/OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’ (A1) on arrival, 192P *F violet ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No/4428’ (A1) on face. Part of the Robinson correspondence, letter is included. FAROE ISLANDS | Postal History C 1940 (Aug 5) opened-out registered and censored envelope to Manchester, England franked horizontal pair 193P * Denmark 1933 35ore Type I Mi #206.I tied THORSHAVEN cds; no backstamp, peripheral faults. 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KGV to QEII messy collection/accumulation in small stockbooks, on hagners, loose in glassines, etc. Odd more useful noted including two KGVI 5d blue cane and a number of photographic essays for certain earlier QEII issues, also some apparently complete QE II long definitive sets some **, few FDC’s, couple of books including ‘Myths & Legends of Fiji’ by Reed & Hames (1967) very good condition. (100’s) $100 1892-93 Surcharges 5d on 6d bright rose (narrow setting) marginal block of 8 (2x4), SG #74a, Cat £440, TRC unit poorly rejoined and 2 stamps have faults. $270 1891-1902 New Designs Perf 11¾ ½d greenish slate sheet of 100, SG #95, Cat £550+, 76 units MUH, 24 units with sellotape strips along perf lines. $300 1891-1902 New Designs Perf 11¾x11 1d rosy mauve lower marginal block of 25 (5x5), SG #103c, Cat £300++, wmk ‘NEW SOUTH WALES/GOVERNMENT’, 2 units mtd, 3 units with light crease. $150 1903 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA set to 5/-, SG #104-13, Cat £120. (10) $85 1938-55 KGVI Pictorials lightly hinged and mainly fine used complete sets of 33 with all Die types and perforation varieties SG #249-267, Cat £290+ (* at 40% of **). (66) $90

FIJI | Postage Dues 201P F A B1 1918 Wmk Multi Crown/CA ½d black pair, SG #D6, Cat £50+, fine used with sunburst cancel. $38 FIJI | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes A 1920 KGV 1d + 2d size H2 optd ‘SPECIMEN’, HG #C2a, Duberal #8. 202P *** $230 203P ***/U A/A- 1927 KGV 2d + 3d size H2 optd ‘SPECIMEN’ (light foxing) and 2nd copy in deep blue (last printing) unusually uprated with KGVI 1d for 1939 (9 Feb) use to Tin Can Is, Tonga, HG #C4a, Duberal #11. (2) $150 204P ***/U A/A- 1951 KGVI 2d + 4d size G unused and commercially used (2) in 1952 to same addressee in NZ, uprated 6d and 1/for PAA airmail service, the 6d dated 10 June (Duberal gives earliest use as 15 July), small faults in the used, (3). HG #C6, Duberal #14. $340 FIJI | Postmarks 205P S A A2- Naililili: lightly struck ‘P.O.NAIL[LILI]LI/15/JAN/1919/FIJI’ on KGV 1d red pair. [Unrecorded by Proud] PO c.1900; $170 renamed Nabilili PO 1/9/1954. 206P D A A1 Namoli: “dumb” woodcut cancel (LRD - 23x19mm; 3 rows of irregular square blocks) in violet on Pirogue 2d, overstruck Suva of 24/OCT/00, part undated ‘P O/NAM[OLI]’ in violet alongside. [Both rated 250 by Proud] Renamed from Namena PO 2/3/1900; renamed Lautoka PO c.-/6/1901. $135 A- A1- Navua: ‘P.O. NAVUA/MY20/1907/FIJI’, on 1d red KEVII x3, on long cover to Hobart, Tas, 2 small spike holes. [Rated 207P * 600 by Proud] PO c.1871. $70 FRANCE | Collections and Accumulations 208 U A/B 1849-1959 used general collection on leaves from imperforate 1849 20c black Ceres, 1852 25c blue Louis Napoleon, 1853-60 10c brown plus 20c x10 & 40c x3 shades, then reasonable cover perf Ceres/Louis Napoleon with values to 80c, Peace & Commerce to 5Fr, respectable representation various Blanc, Sower, Merson, Pasteur types, commemorative/special issues, etc. At the back a range postage dues, pre-cancels, few Colonies general issues, odd PO. Mostly fine with SG Cat c£700, good value lot. (100’s) $190 209 U A/B 1960-94 mostly postally used general collection on leaves in two springback albums from 1960 first revalued currency issues to 1994 Tourism. Quite lightly represented overall but includes Art series, Airs, definitives including early phosphors, pre-cancels, postage dues, odd frama type. Expansion possibilities, mainly fine with SG Cat c£575. (100’s) $150 FRANCE 210P * A C1 1876-81 Peace & Commerce 5c green Type I, Mi #59.I, Cat €850. $190 211P * A C1 - 10c green Type I, Mi #60.I, Cat €1000. $280 212P ** A 1959 Goujon & Rozanoff 20f Imperf colour trials in red and in blue. (2) $75 FRANCE | Postal History 213P * C 1895 (Nov 21) stampless envelope with cds ‘PARIS.13/3e 21/NOV/95/HOTEL DE VILLE’ to a soldier in Madagascar where inscribed “Retour a L’Envoyeur. .” in red; on the back the transit cds of Marseilles applied on the outward journey, then two notations that the addressee is deceased with rubber signature of an officer. Some aging but Incoming mail to French Occupation Forces is scarce. $170 C 1946 (March 5) envelope to “The Lithuanian Friend” in Chicago, USA with France 10Fr orange tied Strasbourg 214P * datestamp with another alongside, inscribed on back as from the Lithuanian Committee at Pfullingen via French Red Cross, Reutlingen Sector, Postal 50357. Roughly opened, mss notations. $55 FRANCE | Military - World War II Period 215P * C 1941 (May) stampless envelope to Lebanon addressed “Marseille/Gare/Etranger” endorsed on the back from Vichy naval yard in Toulon, postmarked on the front with wavy line ‘TOULON/11 */3 ???/1941/VAR’ alongside ‘MARINE NATIONALE/(anchor)/SERVICE A LA MER’ and lightly struck circular Cross of Lorraine in violet; German censor label reseal tied red machine canceller, backstamp ‘POSTES AUX ARMEES/*/11-8/41’ cds and bi-lingual arr machine ‘BEYROUTH R.P./13/VIII/41./12H’. Roughly opened and soiled, pencil notation “Recu 14/8/41”. $170 C 1944 (Jan 16) plain envelope to New York from Alfred Baron q/m chef Fusilier serving on the Free French battleship 216P * Richelieu franked GB 6d KGVI tied six-sided ‘BATIMENT DE LIGNE RICHELIEU/16-1/44’ another alongside neither completely clear strikes, resealed by ‘CENSURE/F.N.G.B.’ label. Neat backstamp ‘FORCES NAVALES FRANCAISES/(anchor)/Bureau du/VAGUEMESTRE’ in blue. Roughly opened, foxed, peripheral faults, scarce item (pen notation regarding only French vessel on duty Atlantic Fleet WWII). $200 B 1945 stampless damaged Air Letter to Lyon written May 31 from sailor serving on the Free French battleship 217P * Richelieu, franked in violet by large double-circle ‘MARINE FRANCAISE/(ornate anchor)/SERVICE A LA MER’ (39mm). This vessel served in the Indian Ocean during 1945 and a photo is included with the letter. (2) $135 FRENCH EQUATORIAL AFRICA | Military - World War II Period C 1941 (Dec 2) airmail envelope with the etiquette and the 2F50 optd ‘LIBRE’ cancelled by two heavy red bars, 218P * postmarked ‘PORT-GENTIL/2/DEC/41/A.E.F.’ triply censored, firstly in F.E.A. (h/s on front), secondly in Nigeria with reseal tied red tombstone-type handstamp ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/11/NIGERIA’, thirdly in GB with ‘EXAMINER 6600’ reseal partly obscuring second Fort-Gentil cds. To the Red Cross in Geneva. Faults, scarce. $115 MOROCCO (French) | Military - World War I Period 219P * A1915 (May 15) locally used military flags stationery card postmarked ‘TRESOR et POSTES/13/MAI/15/140’ to a soldier in Morocco and redirected several times in attempts to locate him “detache au Service des Routes subdivision de Casablanca” through the civilian mails. Numerous transit date-stamp cancels front and back including MECHRA-BELQSIRI, CASABLANCA, RABAT R.P., MEKNES. Light soiling and odd scuff, colourful cluttered card. $115

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GERMAN STATES | Collections and Accumulations 220P U A/B Collection good starter selections in mainly fine condition from [1] Oldenburg noting an attractive but thinned 1859 3Gr Mi #8 Cat €750 (10 stamps); [2] Prussia from 1850 6pf orange Mi #1 and noting faulty (as usual) 1866 10Sgr Mi #20 and attractive 1867 2Kr orange Mi #23 Cat €110 (25); [3] Saxony with duplication mostly more common types but noting three shades 1856-63 5Ngr Mi #12 group which may include glazed paper (31); [4] Schleswig-Holstein from 1864 Mi #4-21 range. [5] Mecklenburg-Strelitz faulty 3Sgr unused Mi #6. (c75) GERMAN STATES | Baden | Collections and Accumulations 221P U A/B 1851-68 selection with 1851-8 3kr 6kr & 9kr and 1853-4 1kr 3kr & 6kr Mi #2-7 with 5-ring numeral cancels each 23 margin sound examples; a good 1861 9kr bright pink-red Mi #12 Cat €240 o/c NE, 5-ring ‘8’ cancel; 1868 1kr and 3kr (x2) Mi #23-4; 1862 12kr rural postage due * (x2) Mi #3 Cat €45 each. Good variety total Cat c€525. (12) GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Collections and Accumulations 222 **/* A/B 1849-1920 comprehensive collection on Lighthouse 13-ring hingeless pages mostly hinged and including postage dues from 1870, extensive officials, telegraphs, return labels, perf and imperf long sets, some perfins, ‘E’ and other overprints; more useful with good shields representation and includes 1912 Air with shallow hinge thin. Some light duplication and the odd imperfection seen, majority fine with catalogue in excess of €7000, bargain expansion base. (c365) GERMAN STATES | Mecklenburg-Schwerin 223P F A1856 Shield 5s blue imperf Mi #3, Cat €340, four clear but close margins, cancelled with parts of two indistinctly dated cds of ‘SCHWERIN/BAHNHOF’, attractive scarce stamp. GERMAN STATES | Oldenburg 224P F A1861 Imperf Arms ½Gr bluish green, Mi #10a, Cat €1100, three clear but very close margins, shaved at top left, cancelled with part ‘ELSF[LETH]/4[?]’ blue rectangle lightly struck, 1968 Gisbert Zenker (VOB) certificate with his signature on the back. Very scarce stamp. 225P F A- 2Gr reddish orange, Mi #13, Cat €550, three clear margins close in places, touching at top, cancelled with part blue Oldenburg double-circle handstamp lightly struck. Scarce stamp. GERMAN STATES | Prussia 226P F A1859 King Frederich 6pf red-orange imperf 2l, Cat €200, three clear but very close margins, touching at upper right, cancelled with part ‘BARMEN/RITTERSHAVEN/1.7-6.7’ neatly struck, 1968 Gisbert Zenker (VOB) certificate with his signature on the back. Scarce stamp. 227P F B 1866 Numerals 10Sgr rose-red Mi #20, Cat €130. Due to the exotic method of printing (ie on the back!), finding decent used copies next to impossible - this example is by some distance the best we’ve seen with a neat s/r cancel and well worth a premium over the quoted catalogue value. GERMANY | Collections and Accumulations 228 U A/B Kiloware approx 3.5kgs commemoratives on mainly small size single paper; no DDR, just West Germany and (mostly) post-reunification period. Very colourful, very thematic. (1000’s) 229 */U A 1922-33 Former dealer duplicated mint/used stock with quantity of the usual inflation period common values with possible postmark interest. Trading stock really. (100s) 230P **/*/U A/C 1872-1932 mint mostly * and used on SAFE pages, very mixed condition early from used small and large shields including both 18Kr and both 1874 surcharges with noticeable faults, better used Pfennige and Pfennig sets with shades, likewise Germanias and larger contemporaneous types mint and/or used noting a highly dubious used bisected 5pf green with ‘3PF’ surcharge identified as the now defunct Mi #67, 1920-21 opts on Bavaria Mi #119-133 * and used including both 2½M not expertised, inflation period well covered mint/used with some **, 1923-32 well represented with some complete sets mint and/or used. At the back 1903-27 Officials majority used; Zeppelins with 1928 4M and 1931 1M Mi #424 & 455 used, 1930 South America flight 2M & 4M Mi #438-9 * lightly foxed around hinge remains. Good value lot with minimum Cat close to €7000, inspection recommended. (c820) 231 U A/B 1872-1932 Collection comprehensive mainly fine collection on Richard Borek - Braunschweig pages, only slightly remaindered, from 20 small and large Shields most with clear pmks and noting 5Gr brown Mi #5 tied to small piece by Breslau boxed datestamp; ‘Pfennige’ and ‘Pfennig’ 1875-80 on two pages complete with many extras, seven shades 2M numeral (two pen cancelled, others cds); 1889-1900 numerals/shields many shades all values; good cover with extras various Germanias, other large and official contemporary types with smattering of mint including Air Mails and the usual plethora from the inflation period some on piece and some more useful. Some informative annotations, excellent entree. (100s) 232 U A/C 1875-1930s stockbook collection majority identified and valued in excess of €2750 per recent Michel, numerous expert handstamps eg Jaschke, Petry, from 1875-79 ‘PFENNIGE’ all values to earlier 1930s including officials, many more useful with barely a duplication seen, some on piece, some pairs and, as usual, typical good postmarks. Some faults but majority fine, excellent entree which will benefit from remounting. (c440) 233P ** A/B 1920s-40s selection on hagners appear all fresh unhinged Mi #338-828 range, plus Officials 1934-44 with or without watermark Mi #132-177 range (may not all be correctly identified). Better noted 1923 5pf blackish green Mi #339b, 1924 Arms 3pf ochre-brown Mi #355Xb, the same on glazed paper (100% premium on catalogue price) & 10pf orange-red watermark sideways Mi #357Y. Good clean lot with min Cat €1050, bargain. (c95) 234P */*/U A/B General Collection mostly remaindered in mainly fine to very fine condition Cat c€560 [1] 1939-45 occupations mostly used/CTO including General Govt, Estonia, Ukraine, etc (approx 60 stamps); [2] various Deutsches Reich majority used but including duplicated Germanias *, odd Official, inflation period, etc (65); [3] smattering used oddments pre-2000 with DDR, Berlin (24); [4] duplicated used 2000 onwards (280). (c430) 235 **/*/U A/B - late 19th century to modern majority used in Chinese stockbook, generally good representation throughout but mostly lower more common values. Few States including Danzig, reasonable post-WWII Allied Occupations, odd West Berlin, smattering of mint in places especially during the inflation period. Will benefit from remounting, good value at estimate. (100’s) 236 **/*/U A/B - 1870s to modern mint/used in Chinese stockbook, generally good representation throughout from oddments Bavaria and Wurttemberg, sparse to end 19th century, then better with smattering of mint including Airs (no Zepps) and inflation period, fair Third Reich period with some occupations, post-WWII Allied Occupations, 1950s West Berlin and West Germany with odd more useful. Will benefit from remounting, good value at estimate. (100’s)

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GERMANY 238P F A B1 1906 5M Mi #97A.Ia, Cat €220 with Jaschke expert identifying handstamp, difficult stamp. GERMANY | Postal History 239P * C 1939 (April 19) soiled envelope of the Greek Consulate-General in Konigsberg by air via Athens (April 20), Hong Kong (April 27), thence overland to Shanghai (Air Mail etiquette cancelled by two black bars in Hong Kong). 35pf franking by common Hindenberg values, Konigsberg cds (2), Greek currency control censor handstamp. Grubby but scarce. GERMANY | Military & Censor Mail B 1813 French Forces/Napoleonic War (June 1) printed entire of Generals Direction der Forste und Gervasser to 240P * Braunschweig with unframed handstamps of ‘CASSEL’ and ‘-1JUN1813’ (latter indistinct) plus, in French, unboxed ‘Dir-on Generale/des Eaux et forets.’, backstamp ornate circular ‘7/IUNI’ and ‘ROYAUME DE WEST ???/Dir==/ Generale/des/Eaux et forets’. Document appears to be one of a series of reports (photocopy available). B 1871 (Feb 4) small envelope with letter from civilian in Versailles during the Franco-Prussian War, inscribed 241P * “England via Ostend”, to a relative care of the United Services Club in London, mss “6” alongside boxed handstamp of German ‘Feld Post No 41’ on Feb 8, three London backstamps on Feb 13. The letter dated “1870” in error and comes with a near complete transcription. GERMANY | Military - World War I Period 242P * A 1914 (Oct 13) stampless PPC photograph of the submarine U11 under the high bridge at Levensauer, to Grottkau from a sailor on S.M.S. Berlin at, and with cds of, Wilhelmshaven over violet ‘Kaiserliche Marine/Briefstampel/ Kommando S.M.S. Berlin’ frank. Very good thematic. B - (Oct 10) stampless envelope inscribed “Feldpost” to a German POW (ex the ship Coln) through “Informations243P * Bureau/London 49” with ‘CASTROP/16.10.14. 4-5N/*b*’ receiving and thimble arr ‘LONDON OFFICIAL PAID/ 27OC14/17’ in red. Sender’s details on the back, removable adhesions, peripheral faults. Very scarce item. B 1916 (Dec 29) stampless PPC Inscribed “Feldpost” and depicting four photographic views of a hospital train 244P * (carriages with red Cross insignia, boarding the wounded, hospital carriage, the kitchen) to Wittenberg (nr Halle) and postmarked machine of ‘FREIBURG (BRESGAU)/30.12.16/9-10 V/*1*’, plus vertically struck in violet ‘OrtslazarettHildaschule/Freiburg i.B’. Light soiling, small peripheral faults. GERMANY | Military - World War II Period 245P *F A1944 use of Feldpost Lettersheet, cancelled with void boxed ‘7.VI.44’ from Italian Captain with the 4th Italian Medical Coy training at Munsingen, Wurttemberg, to Cirie, Turin, red ‘A/d’ German censor and Italian ‘COMMISSIONE PROVINCIALE DI CENSURA/33r’ (A2) handstamp tying censor tapes a left and bottom. A1945 Feldpost endorsed envelope from signals soldier at Feldpost 68081 with no value rouletted adhesive optd 246P * INSELPOST in dark blue likely Mi #10b I or II (see Michel Specialised 2008 Band 1 p993), censor signature and Feldpost cancel. Couple peripheral nicks, philatelically inspired (apparently No 21 of a series), clean and scarce. GERMANY - Occupation of Belgium - WWI | Collections and Accumulations 247P */U A/B 1914-18 Collection overprinted Germanias and other contemporaneous types on leaves with varieties and including Allenstein, Eastern and Western Command areas. Mainly more common but in Belgium we noted 1916 3c brown Mi #11a.II (if correctly identified). Mainly fine with min Cat €520. (c160) GERMANY - Occupation of Poland - WWI | Postal History 248P * A 1916 (Dec 26) censored 7½pf stationery postcard to Warsaw uprated 2½pf grey, machine cancel, lightly struck boxed ‘Gepr. Ubw. Stelle Posen’ and heavier ‘POCZTA MIEJSKA/6/GROSZY’, both in red. Removable adhesions and couple small scuffs, otherwise fine. GERMANY - Occupied Serbia | Collections and Accumulations 249P U A/B 1941-42 small “used” collection on SAFE pages, mostly overprints on Yugoslavia with the neatest of double-circle corner cancels. Includes Mi #14 & #15 which, if postally used, Cat €1750. Reference material offered “as is”. (43) GERMANY - Allied Occupation | Postal History A1946 use of 24pf chestnut, cancelled with poor Frankfurt of 27.12.46 from the Lithuanian Emigrant Assembly Centre 250P *F to Traunstein. 251P *V A1948 use of 50pf myrtle-green, cancelled with double-circle ‘(13a) AMBERG (OBERPT)2/20.3.48—8/p’ (A1-) on Pictorial envelope ‘LITHUANIA Landscape’, from Lithuanian Internee at the TB Sanatorium to Chicago. GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet) 252P F A B1 1947-48 Industry 24pf brown-orange, orange-brown & dark yellow-brown, Mi #951a-c, Cat €220. (3) GERMANY - Allied Occupation (American & British) | Collections and Accumulations 253P U A/B AMPost specialised presentation on two hagners comprising American printing 16 different 3pf to 25pf Mi #1-9 with x, y, z varieties plus a and b sub-varieties; British printing 4pf, 5pf and 12pf only Mi #11Az, #12.IA & #15bA; German printing fairly comprehensive 1pf to 80pf (latter and some others may be cancelled by favour), 36 different with several more useful noting 3pf Mi #17bCz Cat €120, two 8pf Mi #21Az and Dz Cat €50 each, 20pf Mi #26bDz Cat €75, 80pf Mi #34aAz not counted in total Cat c€790. (55) 254P ** A/B - specialised presentation on two hagners comprising American printing 19 different 3pf to 25pf Mi #1-9 with x, y, z varieties plus a and b sub-varieties; British printing 20 different 3pf-12pf Mi #10-15 with paper and minor perforation varieties, 3pf includes Mi #10By Cat €70, 12pf is Mi #15aFz Cat €70; German printing fairly comprehensive 52 different 1pf to 1M with several better. Some have pencil notations on the back, majority fine and fresh with total Cat over €600, excellent lot. (91) GERMANY - Allied Occupation (Soviet) 255P **/* A B1 1946 West Sachsen: set, Wmk X, Mi #150-55x, Cat €325. (4) GERMANY - West | Collections and Accumulations 256P V A 1981-86 annual CTO sets on ETB cards, includes West Berlin, Cat about €275. (c.300) GERMANY - West 257P U A/B 1949 Famous Germans cds set of 4, 10pf with nibbed perfs at base, otherwise fine, Mi #117-20, Cat €200. (4) 258P V A - set of 4 with special cancellation, reasonably well-centred and fine to very fine, Mi #117-20, Cat €200. (4) GERMANY - Berlin (West) | Collections and Accumulations 259P **/*/U A 1948-90 Collection mint/used (some ng, some CTO) from black ‘BERLIN’ opts on lower values to 1990 Diesterweg (2**/1 used) with more useful noted including 1952 Olympic Games set of 3 in ** horizontal pairs and nine miniature sheets. Some duplication, total Cat c€1100 (Aus$1625). (c1970)

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GERMAN POST OFFICES ABROAD | Collections and Accumulations 260P **/*/U A/B 1894-1919 hagners with mint mostly * and used with unexpertised shade varieties, total Cat over €500 for PO’s in [1] Morocco 1899-1919 noting 1905 30c and 1P Mi #25 & 29 fresh *, otherwise more common types; [2] Turkey from 1884 unused 10 & 20PA and some more useful seen noting 1905 French currency set with two 5c shades Mi #48-52 fresh *. (73) GERMAN POST OFFICES IN CHINA | Collections and Accumulations 261P */U A/B 1898-1919 majority used (ex noted) with identifiable postmarks with 1898 second ‘China’ overprints 3pf, 5pf and 25pf Mi #1.IIa, 2.II & 5.IIa (3pf & 25pf expertised Jaschke); 1901-04 third overprints 3pf to 20pf plus 40pf * Mi #1518 & 21; 1905 set to $1 Mi #28-35; 1906-19 set to $1 * Mi #38-45 plus used 1c to 4c and 20c. Mainly fine with min Cat €300. (28) 262P **/*/U A/B - hagner with mint/used range from China 56° including vertical pair 3pf Mi #1.IIa fresh **, 1901-04 3pf to 3M Mi #15-26 *, others noted include 1905 $½ & $1½ Mi #34 & 36 used and * $2½ Mi #37 *, 1905-19 $½, $1 &$1½ Mi #44-6.IA used (latter soiled). Some shade varieties not expertised, postmark interest, total Cat over €600. (49) 263P U A/B 1900s Postmark Collection various overprinted Germanias 3pf to 80pf (11 ‘Reichspost’, 4 ‘Deutsches Reich’) with clear cds cancels, two on small piece. (15) GERMAN POST OFFICES IN CHINA 264P F A/B 1890-1901 Forerunners clearly discernable postmarks with all expertised Jaschke. Comprises 2M numeral Mi #v37e with part double strike ‘SHANGHAI/a/2.10/00/DEUTSCHE POST’, off-centre 20pf Mi #V42c with ‘KAISERLICH’ cds, thinned 20pf Mi #V48 ‘TIENTSIN’ cds, 50pf Mi #V50c well-centred Cat €90 and ‘SHANGHAI’ cds. Good value lot. (4) 265P * A/B 1898 Overprints large certificate of Richard Borek - Braunschweig for 3pf to 50pf Mi #1.II-6.II to which has been added a second 3pf shade Mi #1.IIb as well as first opts 5pf-20pf plus 50pf Mi #2.I-4.I & 5.I ** (ex 5pf *). Most have expert handstamps eg Bothe, Jaschke, Pfenninger, total **/* Cat c€380. [Certificate has adhesions from being stuck to an album page - should be removable.] (11) 266P F A/A- 1901-04 Overprints on ‘REICHSPOST’ clearly identifiable postmarks on complete set of 13 Mi #15-27.III, Cat €600. Mainly well-centred, good strong colours. (13) GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO | Collections and Accumulations 267P **/* A/B 1899-1919 mainly fine and fresh Mi #1-58 not too far short of a complete run with several expertised more Jaschke than anyone else; better noted include 1900-03 12 values complete (ex 3P75c) Mi #7.I-19.III plus 5c Type II opt Mi #8.II Cat c€440, one of two 1911-19 6P25c Mi #58 **. Good clean lot with min Cat c€1250. (49) GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO 268P V A B1 1899 Diagonal Surcharge 10c on 10pf lilac-red, Mi #3d, Cat €150, Jaschke handstamp. 269P * A B1 1905 Gothic Surcharge on ‘DEUTSCHES POST’ Issues Wmk Lozenges 6p25 on 5m, Mi #45, Cat €150. GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY | Collections and Accumulations 270P * A/B 1884-1908 mainly fine lightly hinged and fresh, several expertised Jaschke ex noted otherwise, comprises 1884 10p, 20p and 1¼Pi Mi #1-2 & 4b, latter expertised, each more or less off-centre with gum faults; 1889 10p to 1¼Pi Mi #6c-9b all ex 1Pi expertised; 1900-04 10p, 4Pi & 5Pi Mi #12.I, 19.I & 20.Ia; 1905-13 10p to 15Pi Mi #36-46 some expertised Bothe; 1908 set of 5 with extra 10c shade Mi #48-52. Good lot Cat c€750, pity about the 1884 defects. (26) 271 U A/A- - mostly lower values with identifiable pmks on Lighthouse hingeless pages with some expertised (usually Jaschke), best are 1884 10p and 20p Mi #1b & 2b plus two 1Pi shades, then 1889 set complete including two 2½Pi expertised shades Mi #10c & 10d; later more common types. Nice expansion base with min Cat €410. (28) GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY 272P F A/B 1875-80 Forerunners ‘KAISERL.DEUTSCH.P.A.CONSTANTINOPEL/13/9/75/1N’ cds cancelling 1875-77 ‘Pfennige’ 20pf 25pf (thinned) and 50pf Mi #V34a, V35a & V36; 1880 ‘Pfennig’ 20pf Mi V42b on small piece. All except faulty 25pf expertised Jaschke. Difficult material Cat €520. (4) 273P F A B1 1884 Surcharges 2¼pi on 50pf olive-green, Mi #5a, Cat €190, Jaschke expertising handstamp. 274P * A/B 1902-04 Type II Overprints well centred and fresh Mi #12.II-23.I, Cat €650; 10Pi is Type II Mi #21.II.I. Difficult set. (6) 275P * A B1 1905 Overprints 5M greenish black & deep carmine, no watermark, Mi #35a, Cat €300, fresh lightly hinged, fractionally off-centre. GERMAN COLONIES | Collections and Accumulations 276P U A/B 1898-1919 readable postmarks on various used issues from Morocco and noting 1906-11 25c on 20pf Mi #37b & 37c expertised Jaschke (18 stamps); New Guinea 1900-08 3pf to 20pf Mi #7-10 (4); Kiautschou with 1898 forerunner 10pf Mi #V3.Ia plus other low values (8); Samoa 1900 5pf & 10pf. Mainly fine, bargain. (32) CAMEROON (German) | Collections and Accumulations 277P */F A/B 1897-1919 1897-99 set of 6 i #1-6 with identifiable postmarks including KRIBI (four have expert handstamps) plus 20pf *; 1900 set of 13 Mi #7-19 plus extra 3pf * and 3pf to 10pf with postmarks including JUANDE; 1905-19 wmkd 3pf to 1M * Mi #20-24.II.B with three 20pf shades plus 5pf & 10pf used latter with LOLODORF cds. Nice clean lot with only minor imperfections, min Cat €540. (33) CAROLINE ISLANDS (German) | Collections and Accumulations 278P */F A/B 1900-1919 1900 opts 3pf to 50pf (ex 10pf) fine used Mi #1.II-6.II, all with sock-it-on-the-nose PONAPE cds;1900-10 set of 13 * Mi #7-19; 1919-23 3pf & 5pf * Mi #21 & A21. Small imperfections, very fresh appearance with min Cat €410. (20) CAROLINE ISLANDS (German) 279P */F A 1900 Second Overprints fresh lightly hinged 3pf 5pf 20pf Mi 1.II, 2.II and 4.II, 25pf dark orange Mi #5.IIb, 20pf and 25pf expertised Jaschke; very fine used 10pf Mi 3.IIa and 25pf Mi #5.IIa both neat cds and expertised Jaschke. Nice lot Cat c€275. (6) GERMAN EAST AFRICA | Collections and Accumulations 280P U A/B 1893-1919 mainly fine with clear postmarks and many expert handstamps (eg Jaschke, Bothe), 1893 first opts set of 5 Mi #1-5 all expertised, 1896-99 opts 2P to 10P Mi #6a-9 with 2P and 5P expertised, 1901 2P to 10P Mi #11-14, 1905 no wmk complete set of 8 Mi #22-29, 1905-19 2½H to 20H Mi #31-34 with extra 4H & 15H. Good lot, Cat over €460. (28) 281P * A/A- 1896-1919 fresh mint range with 1896-99 opts Mi #6a-10, 1901 set of 11 Mi #11-21b, 1905 no wmk 7½H Mi #24, 1905-19 4H to 3R Mi #31-39.IIB with 1R Mi #37.IIB and duplicated lower values. Nice clean lot with Cat over €475. (30)

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1900s Postmark Collection one on 10p on 20pf Mi #9 with Bagamoyo cds, the rest on PESA and HELLER currency Hohenzollern types. Better seen include ‘MUANZA/11.12/06/* * *’ on 4H green Mi #23a (expertised Jaschke), a weak ‘MKUMBARA’ on 4H Mi #31. Postmarks annotated as per Friedemann 3rd Edition (1999), Cat (stamps & pmks) over €300. (22) $90 GERMAN EAST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (PTPO) A 1898 Gruss aus 1898 Diagonal Opt 5p on 10pf, HG #K2, ‘Gruss aus KILWA’, cancelled with ‘PANGANI/5/4/98’ (A1). 283P *F [Rated 250 by Proud.] $100 KIAUTSCHOU 284P F A/A- 1898-1901 Forerunners clear postmarks, all expertised Jaschke, and comprising [1] 10pf x2 Mi #V3.1a, ‘TSINGTAU’ and ‘TSINTANFORT/MARINE-FELDPOST’ cds, 3pf Mi #1.IIa ‘TSINGTAU’ cds; [2] second China overprints 5pf Mi #M2.II ‘TSINGTAU’ cds and difficult 10pf lilac red Mi #3.IIb with ‘KIAUTSCHOU/16/5/01/...T’ scarce cds. (5) $115 285P **/* A 1901 no wmk set of 13 Mi #5-17, 5pf, 10pf & 40pf appear **, total Cat as **/* c€635. Valuable set. (13) $180

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MARIANA ISLANDS (German) | Collections and Accumulations 287P **/* A/B 1900-1919 complete run Mi #1.II-21A, few ** including 1901 1M & 2M, 1919 3pf. Some expert handstamps (eg Richter, Jaschke, Lantelme), very minor imperfections, min **/* Cat €500. (21) MARSHALL ISLANDS (German) | Collections and Accumulations 288P **/*/F A/B 1899-1919 1899 set of 6 plus extra 3pf Mi #7a-12 with ‘JALUIT/(date)/MARSHALL-INSELN’ cds; 1901-16 3pf to 3M Mi #13-24 fresh **; 1916-19 3pf and 5M Mi #26 & 27.B.I *. Some small faults, very fresh appearance with min Cat €295. (21) MARSHALL ISLANDS (German) 289P ** A B1 1916-19 Wmk Lozenges 5m perf 25:17, TLC single, Mi #27B, Cat €220, left selvedge partly separated. NEW GUINEA | German (Deutsch) New Guinea 290P U A 1897 set of 6 opts on Germany Mi #1-6 each tied to part large envelope by five strikes of the renowned cds ‘DEUTSCHE SEEPOST/NEU/GUINEA-/ZWEIGLINIE/(HONGKONG)/10/10/00/a’ with Hamburg backstamp ‘7.1.01’. Estimate based on stamps only (the ship on the postmarked date was moored in Sydney harbour!). (6) 291P * A/B 1900-18 complete run fresh mostly very light hinge Mi #7-24 with 1918 watermarked 5M Mi #23.II.A.II. Plus 1897 optd 3pf and 5pf Mi #1a & 2. Tidy lot Cat c€325. (19) SAMOA (German) | Collections and Accumulations 292P * A/B 1900-19 complete (ex 1900 10pf Mi #3) run Mi #1-23 with 1919 wmk 5M Mi #23.II.B, fresh mainly lightly hinged; plus 1918-19 3pf, 5pf & 10pf in **/* blocks of 4. Very popular with min Cat €365. (34) SAMOA (German) 293P F A 1900 Overprints set Mi 1-6. (6) SOUTH-WEST AFRICA (German) | Collections and Accumulations 294P U A/A- 1897-1919 mostly identifiable postmarks and some expert handstamps with 1897-98 3pf to 20pf Mi #1a-4, 1898-99 3pf to 10pf Mi #5b-7a, 1901 3pf to 1M plus 5M Mi 11-20 & 23, 1906-19 3pf to 20pf Mi #24-27. Mainly fine. (22) 295P * A/A- - 1897-98 3pf to 20pf Mi #1a-4, 1898-99 3pf to 20pf Mi #5b-8 (extra 5pf), 1901 25pf plus 40pf to 80pf Mi 15, 17-19, 1906-19 set of 9 with 1M the harder Mi #29B, both 2M Mi 30A & B, 5M Mi #32Aa. (23) 296P U A/B 1900s Postmark Collection four on 1898-99 opts used 1900 (three expertised Jaschke), others on various Hohenzollern mainly lower values including 20pf Mi #27 on small piece with part ‘TSUMEB’ cds, also noting ‘PRINZENBUCHT’ on 3pf Mi #24. Postmarks annotated as per Friedemann 3rd Edition (1999). (18) TOGO (German) 297P F A/A- 1897-1919 complete run fresh mostly very light hinge Mi #1-23 with 1918 watermarked 5M Mi #23.I.A. Plus used 1897 3pf, 1900 3pf, 5pf & 10pf and 1909 5pf with clear postmarks. Good lot Cat c€395. (37) GIBRALTAR | Collections and Accumulations 298P U A/B 1912-33 KGV [1] 1912-27 wmk Mult Crown/CA ½d (3), 1d (3) 1½d (2), 2d (3), 3d x2, 6d, 1/- (faded), 2/- x3 (one corner single with sheet number and control number) & 4/- (3) SG #76-100 range Cat £200+; [2] 1931-33 Rock of Gibralter set of both perfs #110-13a Cat £58. (28) GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS 299P * A 1911 KEVII Ovpts set SG 1- 7. (7) GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Local Stamps 300P ***/* A A 1934 10c Christmas Island (value in blue) block of 4. Lovely fresh colours, some perf separation and hinged only in selvedge, minor creasing in left margin. GOLD COAST | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 301P *G A1916-22 KGV ½d green on white, HG #7, uprated with KGV ½d green, to USA, stamps cancelled with poor doublecircle crowned Anum of JAN6/24, corner creasing & some tone spots.

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GREAT BRITAIN | Collections and Accumulations 302 U A/C 1883-1934 Selection on hagner [1] 1884 “lilacs & greens” ½d to 6d SG #187-94 Cat £791, faded greens not as washed out as usually seen; [2] KGV Seahorses some imperfections, heavy commercial cancels with 1915 DLR 2/6d pale brown, 1918-19 BW 2/6d (2) and 5/- (2), 1934 re-engraved set of 3 plus two extra 2/6d shades - Cat £870. Worth a look at this estimate. (18) 303 **/* A/B 1911-36 KGV Collection on hagners from various wmks/types Downey heads, both wmks Mackennals noting 1913 10d turquoise-blue (deepish shade) including 1d wmk inverted, 1918 5/- rose-red Seahorse SG #416 Cat £250 (gum disturbed), 1924 and 1925 Exhibition sets (1924 1d faulty), 1929 low values PUC set, 1934-36 photogravure set ex 4d including ½d wmk inverted, 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4 * plus watermark inverted set of 3 ** (top perfs trimmed). Also 1936 KEVIII set. Some variable centring and other small faults, mostly fine and fresh SG #327-456 range, Cat £585 approx. (52) 304 **/*/U A/C 1850s-2000s former dealer’s stock almost all used in three stockbooks plus a fourth including other Commonwealth where some **/* seen. QV and KEVII quite sparse mainly lower common values in mixed poor to fine condition, KGV more extensive, KGVI values to £1, QEII pre-decimals to £5, decimals quantity through the Millennium period. Commonwealth with some sets **/* with odd more useful seen, thematic content. Inspection a must, ought to reward at this estimate. (100’s) 305 A1888 Acts & Notices post office notice 21x34cm Parcel Post with Australia Reduction of Rates, giving the new rates and regulations and listing all countries to which the parcel post services operate - already mounted and unique survivor and very fresh. 306 U A/B 1950s-70s Training School Stamps duplicated range QEII adhesives devalued by two vertical heavy black obliterating bars with predecimal unchecked Wilding types ½d to 1/6d and earlier decimal Machin types 3½p to 50p with some multiples and some with full original gum. Also six “fried egg” coil testing labels, a 2d brown KGVI Postal Card optd ‘SCHOOL SPECIMEN’ (a stamp has been removed), a QEII 2½d PS cut-out similar opt. Esoteric material. (83) 307P ** A 1976-83 on Collecta hingeless pages with booklet panes, coil strips, miniature sheets, FV c£95. (c250) 308 D A 1980s-Onwards on piece in 2 boxes, one mainly Machins (2.1kg) & the 2nd box mainly commemoratives (1.3kg). A great packet-maker lot. (10,000s) 309 U A/B Commemoratives on paper accumulation looks to be mostly decimals on mainly small size single paper, some predecimals including odd hi-value Castle, approx 9kgs. (1000’s) GREAT BRITAIN 310P U B 1840 2d Blue ‘AL’ from plate 2 SG #5, Cat £800; three clear margins with fourth just shaved lower right, small thin, slightly oily black MC almost complete near vertical strike with large centre possibly Scottish. 311P U B/C Line Engraved Selection 1d Reds in mixed condition with [1] imperf believed Plate 47 with BN ‘236’; [2] ‘stars’ blued paper x3 (one P16) appear all Die I; [3] eleven shades P14 paper no longer blued SG #37-41 range including aged block of 4 with duplex BN ‘53’ cancels. BN/duplex cancels, varied condition. (15) 312P G B 1841 2d Blue (White Lines Added) two Plate 3 shades with pale blue SG #13 ‘DG’ some spots and four margins with small surface abrasion, blue SG #14 ‘JK’ shallow thin and corner crease with very nearly four margins just touching lower left. (2) 313P U B 1858-79 1d Line Engraved Plates 71 to 224 collection on leaves (ex Plate 77 of course) not all checked but 210224 look to be OK (and 131 may be 134). Mostly duplex cancels including Scottish, Irish and London types but also noting Pearson Hill so-called Parallel Motion Machine types. In better than usual plating quality. (150) 314 U A1858-79 Queen Victoria Plates Selection in much better than average plating condition, includes Plates 214 and 219, SG #43-4, Cat £152. (16) 315P U B 1870-79 ½d Line Engraved plated assembly SG #48-9 submitted as being complete except Plate 9; in fact Plate 8 and Plate 11 are also absent, instead two Plate 3 (one is right marginal) and (apparently) three Plate 15 and with Plate 5 being an attractive vertical pair. Either duplex (including Scottish) or Newspaper Branch cancels, typical variable centring Cat £561. (16) 316P F B B2 1855-57 4d Carmine Wmk Medium Garter on white paper scarce variety watermark inverted SG #63aWi, Cat £1000. Couple small ink marks, light Scottish numeral cancel probably Edinburgh ‘131’. 317P F A B1 1855-57 No Corner Letters Wmk Emblems 1/- pale green SG 73 Cat £225. 318P F B B2 1867-80 Large Coloured Corner Letters 9d pale straw wmk Spray of Rose Plate 4 ‘AL’ SG #111, Cat £250. Just off-centre low left, neat Scottish duplex numeral ‘215’ of Lanark. 319P U A/B Queen Victoria Surface Printed Selection From 1867 2/- dull blue SG #118 small thin to 1887-92 Jubilee two 9d dull purple and blue SG #209 (one defective), includes 1876-80 6d grey Plates 15 and 17 SG #147 neat duplex cancels, 1876 8d orange Plate 1 SG #156 with firmly struck ‘F37’ duplex of Ginseng Station Rd, Hastings, several 1884 lilacs & greens more or less faded colours. Plus env registered London - Leicester with QV Jubilee 4½d green and carmine SG #206 with ‘LIMEHOUSE/AU/17/97/Nr CHURCH E...’ cds and registered oval alongside; 1890 ‘Uniform Penny Postage’ postal stationery env and contents (faults). Cat £1090 excluding badly defective items. (14) 320P U B 1873-83 Large Coloured Corner Letters selection comprising 1876 1/- green Plate 13 ‘BI’ SG #150 (left wing margin) Cat £100 with heavily struck barred ‘R/3’ cancel; 1883 3d and 6d surcharges SG #159 & 162 Cat £130 each with firmly struck duplex cancels (‘357’ Hereford and ‘805’ Torquay respectively). (3) 321P U A+ A 1905 KEVII De La Rue 2/6d Dull Purple chalky paper, very well centred with neat sock-it-on-the-nose 1910 Tottenham Court Rd cds. Premium quality example SG #261, Cat £150/(+ 50%). 322 F A/B 1902 King Edward VII 5/- Carmine SG #263, Cat £200. plus Army Official overprinted 1d scarlet (2) SG #O49 and 6d pale dull purple SG #O50, usual heavyish cancels. (4) 323P U A B1 1905 KEVII De La Rue 5/- Bright Carmine well centred example tied to small piece by neatly struck ovals ‘REGISTERED/16FEB11/HATTON GARDEN B.O.,E.C.’. 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1924 & 1925 British Empire Exhibition two sets of each, one 1925 set very fresh unhinged and one 1924 set very light hinges traces, others hinged. Centring varies, SG #430-433, Cat £185. (8) 328P F A/B 1934 Re-Engraved Seahorses 2/6d, 5/- and 10/- set. 2/6d has closed tear at BRC. (3) 329P ** A B1 1958 3d Violet Wmk Mult Crowns Tête-Bêche Pairs x3 in marginal block of 12 (4x3), SG #575 var, rare and uncatalogued. GREAT BRITAIN | Booklets 330 ** A/B Decimals Collection 1971 to late 1980s from small range stitched types, quantities vending and commemorative types with few cylinder nos seen, barcode including window types, Prestige types including £1 Wedgwood with cover scuffs and ½d sideband slightly trimmed perfs as usual. Many have removable pencil notations on the cover, otherwise mainly fine, - total FV c£660. (c365) GREAT BRITAIN | Official Stamps 331P **/* B B1 1885 ½d Slate-Blue Overprinted I.R./OFFICIAL slightly aged horizontal pair **/* (tiny hinge trace only), SG #O5, Cat £94. Multiples are quite unusual. 332P U A- B2 1896 Office of Works ½d vermilion and 1d lilac (Die II) with ‘O.W./OFFICIAL’ opt, heavyish cancels otherwise fine examples of difficult stamps SG #O31, O33, Cat £220. (2) 333P U B 1887-91 Government Parcels QV 1887-90 1½d, 6d (2), 9d and 1/- dull green, 1891 2d; usual strong cancels, the 1½d with Mount Pleasant Parcel Office barred roller. Typical commercial usage, greens a bit faded as usual, SG #O65-8,70, Cat £437. (6) GREAT BRITAIN | Postage Dues 334P ** A A1 1924 KGV 1½d Chestnut with normal sideways wmk, bottom left corner marginal with full selvedge where single hinge remainders, almost perfect centring, very fresh near premium quality SG #D12, Cat £150. GREAT BRITAIN | Postage 335 ** A 1981-2001 fresh unmounted on stockcards, all in full sets including M/S and a few booklets, values to £5 seen. Face value £383. Plus 3 hagners with 1960s comemoratives, many in in pairs and blocks. (100s) GREAT BRITAIN | First Day Covers 336 *F A 1980s & 1990s (mainly) accumulation majority unaddressed, mostly with complete commemorative sets, good range cachet makers (eg Royal, Stuart, Cotswold, Mercury, etc), very few GPO types. Odd pre-decimals and earlier decimals. (200+) A 1966 World Cup Phosphor set of 3 SG #693p-695p tied to Connoisseur FDC by Wembley, Middx cds, light rubber 337P *V handstamp address of Rembrandt Philatelics and with signature Alf Ramsey (later Sir Alf) manager of the England team which went on to win later in the year. Terrific thematic. GREAT BRITAIN | Postal History 338P * A 1789 entire to Edinburgh with manuscript ‘4’ in black, ‘COUPAR/ANGUS’ backstamp and fine 19mm ‘JY/1’ bishop mark in red. Fine cover. A1839 Stampless Entire from London to Dundee with light ‘TO PAY/ONE PENNY’ handstamp in black and 339 *F backstamped with boxed DUNDEE MY31 E 1839 in black, few minor edge faults.

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- (Sept 2) use of two 1876 8d orange Plate 1 SG #156 on roughly opened envelope to Miss Hamilton at the State School in Wangaratta, Victoria (double rate via Brindisi) tied BN ‘849’ duplex of Watford, backstamps Melbourne Nov 4th and Wangaratta Nov 5th - very rare (a single on cover Cat £500). PLUS second envelope with a damaged single to same addressee from same sender in 1879 (July 21), similar duplex and backstamps. Shame about the faulty adhesive. (2) B 1878-79 (July 9 1978, Sep 2 & Dec 3, 1879) envelopes with 6d grey SG #147 Plate 15 and Plate 16 (x2) each tied 346P * BN ‘849’ duplex of Watford (one stamp has left wing margin roughly torn), to Miss Hamilton at the State School in Wangaratta in Victoria. One has lesson notes pencilled on front, all showing their age. (3) 347 *F B 1887 (30 Dec) large part of printed registered ‘PER BOOK POST’ cover to New Zealand bearing Jubilee 1/- and 6d tied by Registered Aldermanbury oval datestamp, small cover blemishes, the 1/- green rare on cover to Australasia. A 1904 1904 OHMS cover with 1d KEVII ovptd ‘IR/OFFICIAL’, cancelled with Tavistock JA2/04 cds, and redirected 348P * from Milton-Abbot and Yelverton with various handstamps and other markings. A/B 1931 [1] 1931-32 social covers mixed frankings, majority addressed Miss Jacqueline Davis in Belgium from one 349 * correspondent in London or Hemel Hempstead with KGV low value stamps, few from elswhere; (60+) [2] 1920 Melbourne-Port Said redirected Cairo with KGV 2d orange; [3] four long envs to Miss A Michaelis in St Kilda, one from NZ with KEVII 5d in 1915; [4] two fine 1961 Luxembourg Rocket Mail covers Clervaux to Amsterdam, signed. Worth a look. (c.70) GREAT BRITAIN | Flight Covers 350 ***/* A A1 1933 Great Western Railway 3d Air Mail TLC block of 4 (3**), a few minor gum faults as would be expected from this very sensitive gum. [Used to pay airmail fees between Plymouth & Cardiff. The service was discontinued after just 4½ months!] GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War I Period C 1916 (Jan 29) stampless Bulgarian poor quality postal card inbound to Harrow-on-the-Hill with very “busy” cyrillic 351P * handstamp of 1st Military Field Hospital, from an English nurse. Social content, creased, peripheral faults. Scarce. A 1917 use of stampless OHMS envelope, cancelled with light Army Post Office with double-oval ‘MARINE 352P *F TRANSPORT OFFICE, SUEZ/14FEV1917/INDIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE’ (A1-) in purple, to Alexandria, with double-circle ‘BASE ARMY POST OFFICE/15FE/17/Z’ (A1-) transit & bilingual Alexandria of 16.2.917 (B1). 353P * B - aged registered envelope inscribed “On Active Service” with GB KGV 2d orange Die I and registration label tied ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/A/18MY17/SZ 15’ alongside censor’s violet triangle handstamp and signature same date. To Alexandria, several backstamps include bilinguals and in particular a neat lightly struck skeleton ‘LAK TPO/X/ 18MY17/DAY MAIL’ (Deir el Belah-Kantara). Very scarce item (opened out for display). D 1918 badly damaged envelope of the ‘SERBIAN RELIEF FUND’ franked KGV 2d orange Die I with this and the 354P * scarce No. 88 registration label tied by ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/A/1P/18/G.X’ (Salonica Greek Orphange), the stamp also by censor octagonal handstamp. Backstamps include red London regd hooded circle. B 1919 (Aug 3) PPC Fiume-England inscribed “O.A.S.” with ‘L 14’ Army PO cds and two censor shield handstamps 355P * (Nos 4 and 190). Card depicts Fiume Nautical School which was, at the time, Battallion HQ of the 8th Yorks & Lancs, sender a Royal Engineers sapper. Removable pencil notation noting ‘L 14’ Fiume use Jul to Oct 1919, light soiling. Mail from forces in Fiume is very rare, even more so as a doubly censored item. Highly desirable. 356 *F B 1921 use of stampless OHMS cover endorsed “Certified Official”, cancelled with Indian ‘F.P.O./NO 313/26JA21’ (A2 - Ismalia, Egypt), boxed ‘POSTAGE FREE/E.E.F.’ (B2), slightly reduced at right. GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War II Period A1946 use of 10d blue, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD P.O./17SP/46/155’ (Amman) from 2nd Lieut. in the Arab 357 * Legion MEF to Ithaca, NY, small torn section at BRC. A 1947 use of 6d, cancelled with ‘[FIELD POST OFF]ICE/13SP/47/457’ (A1 - Palestine), on air letter to USA, from Arab 358P *F Legion, MEF, written in English. GREECE | First Day Covers 359P **/U A/B 1956 Rotary International illustrated unaddreessed with FDI cds; plus 1959 Red Cross set of 7 Mi #714-20 * and the 50L Asklepios maxicard. (9) GREECE | Postal History B 1847 (Sept 22) entire from Syra with ornate ‘ΣΥΡΑ/22/ΣΕΗΤΕ./1847’ cds alongside boxed Δ11’, backstamp in bright 360P * red equally ornate ‘Trieste./9 OCT./1847’ arr. Some damage around seal, otherwise very good condition for 162-year old. HONG KONG | Collections and Accumulations 361 U B+ 1862-1990s Stockbook with duplicated mostly used more common values; QV - earlier KGV with smattering Treaty Port cancels, KGVI to $2 noting used $1 short right leg to R SG #156a, QEII definitives values to $20 with heavy duplication lower values. (100s) 362P **/* A/B 1935-41 Selection in fine and fresh well centred condition with Cat c£210 comprising [1] 1935 KGV Silver Jubilee set of 4 lightly hinged SG #133-6, 10c frame has blue vertical scratches; [2] 1937 Coronation set of 3 fresh ** SG #137-9; [3] 1941 Centenary set of 6 fresh ** SG #163/8; [4] 1966-71 QEII Annigoni 5c to $1 (ex 30c) sideways wmk SG #222-231 range ** very fresh. (22) 363 **/* A+ Selection comprising [1] KGVI definitive p14½x14 varieities SG #141a-3a,145a,151a,153a all very light hinge Cat £72 as **; [2] 1949 UPU set of 4 SG #173-6 ** (80c tiny gum disturbance) Cat £65; [3] 1954-61 QEII original set of 13 (ie no $1.30) SG #178-91 Cat £197 as **. (23) HONG KONG 364P * AA 1903 $5 KEVII purple & blue-green, superb MVLH (almost **) 365 ** A B1 1938 KGVI 15c Scarlet right marginal interpanneau block of 4, usual 1938 brownish gum, including variety broken character SG #146a, total Cat £86. Scarce positional. 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HUNGARY | Baranya | Postal History 370P *F A 1923 use of 20 on 2f, 50 on 5f x2 & 100 on 2f (all MAGYAR POSTA harvesters) on 50 on 2f Letter Card, cancelled with ‘USZÖG/20/FEB/23’ to Pecs, endorsed “Express” at base. Rare. $115 $150 ICELAND 371P * A B1 1931-37 Christian X 10a brown, Mi #161, Cat €200, hinge fragment. $85 $110 372P F A B1 - 10k green & black, Mi #167, Cat €170. $70 $90 INDIA | Postal History B 1904 use of KEVII 1a carmine on tinted Japanese PPC showing 2 Japanese women, cancelled with bridge-style 373P *F ‘COLABA/26NO04/12-PM/[BOMBAY]’ (A2), to England, straight-line ‘“A” Coy 2/A.P.W.O. York Regiment.’ framed ‘SEA POST OFFICE/A/NO.26/04/+’ (A1 - Type D21 - used on S.S. Ganges, but Proud does not record the use of this type on this trip) on face. $85 $115 A1951 use of 6p, 1a, 1r pair & 2r on parcel tag from Fateh Kadal to the Australian High Commission office in Delhi, 374P *F grey-green V.P. label attached. $75 $100 IONIAN ISLANDS 375P F A 1859 Imperfs (1p) blue, SG #2, Cat £250, 2½ margins. $75 $100 IRAN | Postal History 376P *F A1943 use of 10r blue & brown & 3r blue-green x2, cancelled with double-circle ‘(TEHRAN)/NO 27.11.43 14/’ (B1), on cover to New Barnet, England, with boxed ‘TEHRAN/R No...’ (A1-) handstamp in purple, sealed at right with Arabic label in red on white & triple circle ‘ANGLO-SOVIET-PERSIAN/1/CENSORSHIP’ (B1-) handstamp in blue & sealed at right with both plain brown tape & ‘51-1473-G.W.D. P.C. 90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1283’ label over Baghdad cds, also backstamped with triple-circle cyrillic ‘16’ (A1-), some wear. $75 $100 IRAQ | Postal History B 1944 commercial air cover to Ulster with 30f & 50f, boxed Censor (?) hand-stamp in violet, British & Iraqi (?) Censor 377P *F tapes, strong vertical fold. $85 $115 IRAQ | Military - World War I Period 378P *F B 1918(c.) use of Indian ½a IEF x4, cancelled with poor strikes of FPO 85 on registered cover to Sliema, Malta, magenta triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/NO 4175’ (C1) on face, sealed at top with ‘Opened under martial law’ label. $135 $180 ITALY | Collections and Accumulations 379 **/*/U A/B General Collection including San Marino and Vatican City (both have **/* sets). Some earlier lower values but most appear post-WWII noting Trieste - Zone A overprinted types, parcels including pairs. Condition varies but likely to reward careful inspection, remounting needed. 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Difficult stamp, pairs unusual. $115 $150 ITALY | Postage Dues 384P * A D2 1890-91 Surcharges 30c on 3c orange and carmine, Mi #17, Cat €1300. $270 $360 ITALY | Postal History B 1841 (Oct 17) inbound entire ship letter from Odessa to Genoa with red handstamp ‘VIA DI/VOGHERA’, mss ‘41’, 385P * bright red ‘LT’; backstamped boxed Odessa datestamp of October 17, part arrival handstamp in November. Some notations, good condition for such an old letter. $46 $60 B 1942 (June) flimsy and lightly creased POW airmail envelope to Colombia inscribed “free of postage” with King 386P * Victor Emmanuel 25c green and pair 1.25L blue added for airmail compnent. Stamps tied by violet dumb canceller. On the front handstamp of ‘CAMPO DI CONCENTRAMENTO/FERRAMONTI’ (magenta), boxed ‘POSTA AEREA PER INTERNATI CIVILI DI GUERRA/VIA LISBONA-NUOVA YORK’ (violet), Air Mail etiquette cancelled with 2 red bars. On the back Italian censor reseal tied by censor handstamp, large USA censor reseal tied by Colombian arr handstamp. Very scarce destination. $290 $380 387P *F A 1944 use of Allied Occupation of Sicily 2L x2, cancelled with ‘MESSINA NO2/18.6.44/VIA GARIBALDI’ (B1), on local cover. $135 $180 ITALIAN COLONIES 388P * B C2 1874-8 General Issues stamps of Italy optd ‘ESTERO’ 2c red-brown and 5c slate Mi #2-3, Cat €454. Hinge remains, odd toned perf, good colours, the 5c is particularly scarce. (2) $135 $180 JAMAICA | Postal History A1940s use of stampless air cover, cancelled with violet straight-line ‘POSTAGE PAID’ (A1), to England, endorsed 389P *F “VIA TRANS-ATLANTIC”, blue octagonal ‘[crown]/PASSED/D/2’ (A1) on face. $95 $125 JAPAN | Collections and Accumulations 390 **/* A/B Modern Collection in carton from 1960s on leaves with duplicated used in 8 volumes plus mostly ** on loose leaves with very high face value. Plus ** special issues in presentation folders. Good clean lot. (100’s) $300 $400 JAPAN 391P ** AA 1934 Airmail Souvenir Sheetlet 9½s to 33s. Superb. Scott Cat C8, US$2,200. $1150 $1500 JAPAN | Postal History A 1935 use of 1½s blue, cancelled with 10.7.28 cds, on black & white PPC of Ryojun Russo-Japanese War Memorial, 392P * to Aichi Pref. from sailor aboard ‘Tuta’ 15th Party Destroyer. $270 $360 JAPAN | Military - World War I Period 393P *G A1917 use of stampless PPC of ‘The Tomb and Monument of Nanko, Kobe. cancelled on 6.9.14, from POW at Aonagahara Camp 11 to Germany, blue boxed ‘SERVICES DES PRISONNIERS/DE GUERRE’ at top, many Japanese markings on face. $200 $270 A1918 use of Ninoshima POW Envelope, cancelled on 7.5.18, to Germany and then redirected to Copenhagen, 394P *F ‘OPENED BY/P.W. 892’ tape at left, plain censor tape applied over the top and tied with violet boxed ‘Militarischeseits/unter Kreigsrecht geoffnet.’ (A1) on back. $150 $200


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KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA 395P **/* A B1 1941-42 Surcharged South Africa Pictorial 70c on 1/- brown & chalky blue irregular marginal block of 52 (6x8 + 4) with separation at vertical centre from bottom up 4 stamps, SG #154, Cat £260+, with vertical blue line in 5 units in two locations [4-7,2] & [10,1], two guide arrows, partial control number starting 712, only 4 units in 3 pairs hinged, 19 unhinged horizontal pairs & 4 unhinged vertical pairs. KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postage Dues 396 ** A B1 1935-60 Wmk Multi Script CA Perf 14 5c violet sheet to 100, SG #D7, Cat £275. KOREA (South) | Postal History 397P *F A 1948(c.) British & Foreign Bible Society commercial cover to Perth W.A. bearing scarce combination franking of US Military Govt 50ch pair and Republic 4w Li Jun, indistinctly tied. KOREA (South) | Military - Korean War Period A 1952(C.) use of stampless OAS cover cancelled with void cds, addressed in English to Korean soldier in 140th Tank 398P *F Company, censor handstamp on face. KUWAIT | Postal History A1959 (1 Jul) Official registered airmail cover to US bearing impressive 31r 60np aggregate franking, including pair 399 *F of top value 10r, adapted Qibla registration label, superb strikes front and back of oval ‘(Arabic characters)/1 JUL 1959/REGISTRY/POSTS TELEGRAPHS & TELEPHONES’ datestamp, small cover tears from rough opening not unduly detracting from this spectacular franking. 400P *F A1968 commercial usage to Australia of formular Registration Envelope (205x120mm) with 100f & 250f tied by oval bilingual ‘.../SAFAT REGISTERED’ d/s, blue/white registration label, minor discolouration. LATVIA | Collections and Accumulations 401 **/*/U A/B 1918-41 lightly duplicated mint/used collection Mi #1-304 on hagners from imperf and perf 5K on map types through 1920 Red Cross on banknote types and good general representation to 1940 Soviet SSR set Mi #292-304 used/ CTO plus few mint/used 1941 opts on USSR during German occupation. Good clean lot, well worth a look at this estimate. (c230)

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MALTA | Military - World War I Period 409P *F C 1918 use of printed POW lettersheet from Dr Bruhl, Physician to the Red Cross, New Verdala Camp writing to his mother in Berlin, cancelled with violet triple-oval ‘FREE FROM PRISONER OF WAR/PC/1/MALTA’ (B1) on face over-struck with violet ‘Freigegeben/Auslandstelle Cöln-Deutz’ (C1). The message is dated 8/8/1918 from the camp and then later endorsed “Dr Bruhl left for Germany via England 30/8/18 Censor”, part of lettersheet missing and bottom separated from top. $150 $200 MIDDLE EAST | Collections and Accumulations 410 **/*/U A/B 1920s-1960s variety in mixed mainly fine condition with Cat in excess of £400 [1] Egypt 1928-64 mint including blocks and se-tenant arrangements with Scott Cat cUS$180; [2] Cyrenaica 1950 duplicated used lower values range SG #136-146 plus odd * and total Cat c£112; [3] GB overprints for use mainly in PO’s in Eastern Arabia and Kuwait duplicated used with Cat c£180; [4] oddments Syria, Lebanon, Lybia, Sudan, Pakistan mostly mint. (100’s) $60 $80 MONTENEGRO | Military - World War II Period 411P * B 1942 (Sept 25) registered envelope franked 1941 50c and 75c Serbian language opts on Italy Mi #29-30 tied PODGORICA cds with another alongside, to a POW in Concentration Camp at Klos in Albania; on the back neat boxed ‘VERIFICATO/per/CENSURA’ in violet, transit CETINJE and arr SHKODER cds. Light vertical fold does not detract from very scarce item. $300 $400 MOROCCO AGENCIES | Collections and Accumulations 412 **/*/U A/B KEVII-QEII Selection mint/used overprints on GB including Tangier, Levant, Bahrain, Kuwait, MEF, EAF, BMA Eritrea and Tripolitania with postmark interest. Mainly more common lower values but odd better seen noting Br Levant 1913 KGV 2½d bright blue SG #36a block of 4 ** (small gum faults). Mainly fine. (73) $90 $120 NETHERLANDS | Commemorative Covers A 1930 Conference of the Hague double-circle ‘CONFERENCE DE LA HAYE/20.1.30.19/1929-1930’, cancelling 4c 413P *V blue, 1½c magenta & ½c brown, on cover to Rotterdam with triple oval ‘BRITISH DELEGATION/THE HAGUE’ (A1), boxed ‘A675’ handstamp on reverse. $115 $150 NETHERLANDS | Postal History 414P *F B 1917 use of 5c rose, cancelled with light Amsterdam double-circle of 28.10.17, on coloured PPC of ‘S.S. JAN PIETERSZ. COEN.’ to a military unit in Zeeland, readdressed back to Amsterdam, with straight-line ‘PAQUEBOT’ (A1) in purple, double-circle ‘RILLAND/19XII17.4-5?/* * *’ (A1-), double-circle ‘VELDPOST/19XII17.12-1V/*12*’ (A1) & ‘W *’, mild toning, some edge wear. $130 $170 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal History A 1935 (4 Jun) postcard Bali to Melbourne, 5c tied by superb oval ‘KONINKLIJKE PAKET VAART/S.S./NIEUW 415 *F ZEELAND/MAATSCHAPPIJ’. $115 $150 NEW ZEALAND | Collections and Accumulations 416 */U A/C 1850s-1990s on leaves and hagners amalgamation of at least two collections more used than mint and including few covers and the odd dependency (eg Niue, Aitutaki), loads of supporting reference material, fair duplication in places. Very sparse prior KGV period noting poor 1906 Exhibition ½d & 1d, 1946 Peace 3d completed rudder ** SG #671a, QEII pre-decimal definitives to £1, earlier decimals to $2, later to $5, lower value decimals with heavy duplication. Good value but needs sorting out. (100’s) $115 $150 417 U B/C 1857-63 Imperf Chalons four 6d shades in very mixed condition comprising [1] no watermark yellow-brown prob SG #14 4-margins very close with corner thin (possibly rebacked); [2] no watermark brown thin paper (possibly pelure SG #85) 2-margins shaved top and bottom; [3] watermark Large Star black-brown nearly 3-margins and red-brown 4-margins very close right SG #41 & 43. (4) $200 $250 418P */F B/C - 3 with faults [1] 1d orange-vermilion 4-margins, thinned [2] 3d lilac 4-margins wmk Large Star, no gum, creased [3] 1/- yellow-green roulette 7, SG #57, 6mm tear. $230 $300 419 U A/B 1882-1998 mostly postally used general collection on DIY pages, quite sparse through KGV period, odd more useful KGVI noting postal fiscals and some Govt Life, QEII with higher value definitives. Expansion possibilities, retail for pre-decimals c$300, mainly fine. (100’s) $90 $120 420 */*/U A/B 1890s-2000 Accumulation on Hagners in large spring binder. Wide range of issues with strength from the 1950s onwards. Wide range of Health issues with plate number blocks & FDCs. While nothing special stands out it is quite disorganized so who knows what has been missed. Hours of fun. (100s) $75 $100 421P **/* A 1967-90 on Sevenseas and bespoke pages majority fresh **, few earlier values light single hinge remains including higher values from 1967 long set. Not much needed to complete, total FV cNZ$240 (excludes Govt Life sets). (100’s) $100 $130 422 ** A Miniature Sheets 1957 watermark sideways then incomplete run with couple duplicated 1958-81 and including most of the more difficult 1950s and 60s issues. Includes few other types, total current retail cNZ$600. (42) $120 $160 423 **/*/U A/B Potpourri FDC’s and commercial covers (c300) pre-decimal and early decimal period, club pages including Queen on Horseback high values, some postal fiscals, special postmarks, small stockbook mostly used, few Health stamps **/*. Worth a look. (100’s) $75 $100 NEW ZEALAND 424P V A1855-57 Imperf Chalons on blue Paper 2d blue 2½-margins, SG #5, Cat £300, despite a couple of creases this is still a good looking stamp. $115 $150 425P F B/C 1857-63 Imperf Chalons on white Paper No Wmk 1d brown (dull orange colour changling?) 4 margins but quite soiled and several thins, 2d deep dull blue 4-margins, but oxidized? & 1/- dull emerald-green close or touching margins all round, some soiling, SG #8,11,16, Cat £2,630. (3) $260 $350 426P V A - 2d blue 4-margins (good to close), SG #10 CP A2c(3), Cat NZ$400, cancelled with fine ‘18’. $130 $170 427P V A- 6d brown 4-margins, SG #13, Cat £300, small thin. $190 $250 428P W C - 6d brown on thin hard paper 4-margins overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’ diagonally in violet, SG #13, damaged when removed from the page it was originally glued on. $150 $200 429P V A- 6d brown 4 close or touching margins, small hinge thin & 6d pale brown 2½-margins pin-hole and minor creasing, SG #13,14, Cat £600. 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1970 3c Butterfly booklet pane wmk W8a sideways, SG #918bw CP #P5b(z), Cat NZ$450+. 1970 Christmas Plate Proofs 10c vertical imperf pair. 1973 4c Butterfly bright green (wing veins) missing strip of 4, SG #1011e. - bright green (wing veins) missing in marginal block of 20 (5x4), SG #1011e. 1985 Christmas unissued 18c marginal block of 4 with ‘CRISTMAS’ spelling error. 1996 40c Scenic Views two vertically unguillotined coil strips of 6 completely imperforate, the Sprintpak-SNP on the back, one stained, one creased, couple light bends, overall uneven separation. Not catalogued anywhere so far. 493P ** A 1996 $1 Pohutukawa Tree two vertically unseparated strips of 6 fully die cut but with stamp surround still present, plain backing, uneven separation, possibly another block from the “leaked” jumbo rolls in 2002 (see Campbell Patterson catalogue). [A block of 10 sold in our March sale for $340 - lot 2096.] NEW ZEALAND | Booklets 494 ** A/B 1996 $4.00 Christmas completely imperforate and not catalogued, strong crease through second unit from right in each row, uneven separation. NEW ZEALAND | Official Stamps 495P * A B2 1913-25 Postal Fiscals Overprinted ‘OFFICIAL.’ Vertically 2/- blue Cowan paper, SG #O87, rough perfs.

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NEW ZEALAND | Life Insurance 499P F A 1891-98 ‘VR’ in Design simplified set to 1/-. (6) $230 NEW ZEALAND | Postal Fiscals 500P * A A1 1913-21 DLR Paper Perf 14½x14 £1 rose-carmine, SG #F123. $525 NEW ZEALAND | Local Stamps 501 ** A B1 1899 Great Barrier Island 1/- greenish blue Special Post. $120 NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery A/B 1880-1899 Post Free: [1] 1888 parcel label to London endorsed “Via Brindisi” 502 *F [2] 1891 parcel label with printed address to Agent-General for New Zealand, London, endorsed “Printed Matter Only” [3] 1899 stampless Colonial & Foreign Parcel Post Postcard from Auckland to Morrinsville, advising of Customs Duty payable on parcel. $95

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PHILIPPINES | Postal History A 1949 Tubabao Evacuee Mail (21 Nov) cover from Welfare Officer at Tubabao Evacuee’s Camp, ‘IRO – UNEC/DEC 517 *F 2 1949/POST OFFICE’ cds in violet lower right, returned from Rizal and postage due levied. [5500 White Russian Refugees from Chinese Communist Revolution were in 1949 settled at a camp at remote island of Tubabao, 15 miles from Guiuan.] PITCAIRN ISLANDS 518 **/* A A1 1949 UPU marginal set (3**) with top value showing plate No 4, SG 13-16. (4) PITCAIRN ISLANDS | Postal History A 1930 to England with Australia 1½d and 3d Sturt, cancelled with ‘PITCAIRN ISLAND/26NO30/N.Z. POSTAL 519P * AGENCY’. Very fine item. 520P * A 1938 ‘Radio Communications’ pictorial cover, NZ 1d Kiwi cancelled with ‘PITCAIRN/Radio Communication/ MAR181938/Established Over PITC/ISLAND’ in blue, without stains exceptionally fine. POLAND | Collections and Accumulations 521 U A/B Accumulation most periods from WWI German Occupation haphazardly presented in deluxe Lighthouse 60-page stockbook, most appear to be more common values. Plus a huge loose post-WWII accumulation used/CTO with heavy duplication and trading potential, three Polish and one SG catalogue. (100’s) POLAND | Postal History A 1888 use of German 10pf red, cancelled with ‘JAUER/4 9/88/10-11V’ (A1) on cover to Langenbielau, Prison 522P *V Director’s seal on back. POLAND | Military - World War I Period 523P f A1916 use of KUK 5h cancelled at Kozienice, on terrific real-photo PPC whith two photos of soldiers receiving thier medals, fine double-circle ‘K. u. K. Kommando der Zivilarbeiter-Abteilung Nr 5.’ (Polish civilian conscripts?) handstamp on face. Addressed to Hungary. POLAND | Military - World War II Period 524P * A 1942 Woldenberg POW Camp Locals (Dec 31) small card used within camp confines bearing POW Local 10z camp issue tied ‘WOLDENBERG/31.XII.42/OB-OF-11C’ cds. Fine and rare. [This stamp was issued on 22/12/1942 and 10,911 were produced. They were only valid within the camp, but they were produced with full permission of the German authorities.] POLAND | Post in the Levant 525 * A- B1 1919 optd ‘LEVANT’ in red, Mi #1-12, Cat €1000, 15f & 20f gum stains, 50f crazed gum, 5m small hinge thin, short term issue, rare set. PUERTO RICO | Flight Covers 526P * B 1945 uncensored airmail envelope to New Zealand with USA franking 3c Win the War and 10c, 20c and 50c Airs tied ‘MAYAGUEZ/JAN 5/1.30PM/1945/P.R.’ No. 1 duplex and unframed ‘MISSENT TO/MAYAGUEZ, P.R.’ probably due to being placed in the local mail by mistake. Some peripheral damage and reinforcement. PORTUGAL | Postal History B 1941 (Dec 26) envelope Lisbon-Utrecht (Netherlands) by air mail with horizontal pair 1$75 Mi #640 Lisbon cds, 527P * endorsed on front as from “rue Alexandre Herculano” which was an undercover address for the Polish Red Cross, German censor reseal. Outgoing from Lisbon “undercover” mail much scarcer than incoming. Small faults, light soiling. A 1944 use of 2$ Caravelle on Avis de Rèception card to Warsaw for a food parcel from the Portuguese Red Cross. 528P *V LOURENCO MARQUES | Postal History 529P *F A1916 use of 50r brown ‘REPUBLICA’ opt & 1c green War Tax, cancelled with hexagonal ‘CORREIOS ET TELEGRAPAS/LOURENCO MARQUES/15.7.16-15/CENTRAL’, on Cardozo Hotel cover to Leek, Staffordshire, England, small closed tear at top, into war tax & some flap damage from opening. MACAU | Postal History A1941 (Nov) use of 1a & 2a pair on Canton Young Women’s Christian Association cover to Hong Kong, violet boxed 530P *F ‘NOT OPENED/BY/CENSOR’ (A1) on face. PORTUGUESE INDIA | Postal History A 1939 use of 6r green & 2t orange, cancelled with ‘CORREIOS & TELEGRAFOS/ES AD/DA/INDIA/14DEZ.39/ 531P *F MARDOL’ (A2) & double-circle ‘CORREIO/14DEC.3920/NOVA-GOA’ (A1), to England, with ‘[arms] OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in red. RHODESIA | Collections and Accumulations 532P */U A/A- 1896-1909 Issues [1] 1896-97 Arms Die II set of 9 used SG #41-50 Cat £130, couple clearly “remaindered” postmarks; [2] 1909 3/-, 5/-, 7/6d and 10/- overprinted ‘RHODESIA’ and perf ‘SPECIMEN’, hinge remains SG #109-112s Cat £100. Mainly fine. (13) RHODESIA 533P U B B2 1892-93 Arms Perf 14,14½ with remaindered s/ring cds cancels, £2 rose-red with damaged rim ‘BULAWAYO/ DE24/94/MATABELELAND’ Proud type (A)D3F, £5 sage-green with ‘SALISBURY/FE??/99/MASHONALAND’ Proud type (C)D3F, late date, SG #11-12, Cat £620 if proper use; these aren’t but a very economical way to fill those otherwise near impossible spaces! Offered “as is”. (2) 534 * A A2 1892 Surcharges ½d on 6d ultramarine, SG #14, Cat £130, hinge remainder. 535P * A- A2 - 2d on 6d ultramarine, SG #15, Cat £130, 1 toned perf. 536P * A C1 - 4d on 6d ultramarine, SG #16, Cat £160. 537P * B A2 1896 Matabele Rebellion Provisional ‘One Penny’ on 3d, 9¾mm setting, SG #51, Cat £500, 1972 APS certificate, a little aged, light thin from hinge removal. 538P * A B1 1897 Scroll Between Legs £1 black & red-brown, SG #73, Cat £350. 539P * A A1 1897 Arms Perf 15 £2 rosy-red SG #74, Cat £1700

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1900 QV ‘SPECIMEN’ Opts; 1906 KEVII [1] QV 1r50 and 2r25 optd ‘SPECIMEN’ SG #35-36s Cat approx £55, og hinge remains; [2] KEVII set of 11 multiple Crown/CA wmk SG #60-70 Cat £110, 15c small inclusion, hinge remains and strong colours. (13) SIERRA LEONE | Collections and Accumulations 544 * A/B 1908-21 fresh lightly hinged and mostly well-centred [1] KEVII 1908-12 3d to 2/- SG #104-9; [2] KGV 1912-21 ½d to 10d SG #112-22 including listed shades to 4d (plus an extra 4d lemon back). Minor defects Cat £125 approx. (25) SINGAPORE | Postal History A 1941 (23 Aug) Official cover to Australia bearing Straits 10c, 5c and 8c tied by ‘NEE SOON/SINGAPORE’ cds (very 545 *V fine strike reverse), Singapore 23 registration label. A1942 (Jan) registered covers (255x178mm) with Straits 5c and 50c to Melbourne, endorsed ‘From Dr Gibson-Hill c/546 *F Raffles Museum’, plain brown Censor tape tied by ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR 220/A’ or ‘161/A’, latter additionally with ‘(Crown)/E & T BRANCH SINGAPORE’ impressed in wax (along with Gibson-Hill’s personal ‘scorpion’ wax seals). [Dr. Carl Alexander Gibson-Hill, renowned zoologist and ornithologist at Raffles Museum, whose collection now resides with the National Library.] (2) A/B 1970s commercial cover accumulation early 1970s to competitions, etc, in Kuala Lumpur, many slogan cancels, 547 * heavily duplicated, stamp issues unchecked for 1970 glazed paper or 1973 P13 varieties, many opened at left in typical manner. (c.1300) SOLOMON ISLANDS 548P * A A1 1907 Large Canoes 6d chocolate SG 6. 549 * A B1 1908 Small Canoes set ½d - 5/-. (11) 550P f A/A- 1914-23 KGV Wmk Mult Crown/CA 10/- & £1, SG #37-8, Cat £185, £1 has minor surface abrasion which hardly detracts from this fine-looking pair. 551P V A A1 - £1, SG #38. SOUTH AFRICA | Collections and Accumulations 552 U A/B 1910-2002 mostly postally used general collection on leaves from both shades 1910 2½d plus other KGV to 2/6d, then fair only representation pre-decimals (to 1960) with just the odd bi-lingual pair, decimals with odd M/S and long definitive set seen. Also includes light coverage provincial issues noting Orange River Colony UPU Postal Card 1d opt on Cape of Good Hope 1½d grey fine unused, SWA oddments. Mainly fine, worth a look at this estimate. (100’s) 553P U A/B 1940s War Effort 1930-45 4d wmk inverted block of 6 (2x3) (SG #466 Cat £96); 1930-45 4d redrawn horizontal pairs x7; 1d Voortrekker 3 bolts single; 1941 1½d Goldmining duplex x7; 1942 Bantams 1d triplet x12, 1½d duplex x20, 3d triplet x10, (Cat £180) plus other odds & ends. (c.170) 554P U A/B 1954-61 High Values postally used mostly cds cancels and fine, total Cat £657+ with [1] 1954 5/- Giraffe x10 and 10/- Sable Antelope x3 SG #163-4; [2] 1959-60 changed watermark 5/- Giraffe SG #177 x3 (quite scarce Cat £30 each); [3] 1961 new currency 50c Giraffe SG #196 and 1R Sable Antelope SG #197 x22 (cat £24 each) - never seen so many in one place! (39) SOUTH AFRICA 555P V A 1947-54 Pictorials 5/- black & deep yellow-green Type II SG 122a block of 4.

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SOVIET UNION | Collections and Accumulations 560 U A/B General Collection 1964-72 on leaves Mi #2862-4063 range on leaves (not quite issue date order), stated to comprise 36 miniature sheets and 180 sets (which include imperforate versions). Very high catalogue, mainly fine. (100’s) SOVIET UNION | Postal History A 1932 (17 Oct) registered cover from Moscow (Soviet Philatelic Assn) to Australia bearing solo franking of 1931 561 *F Zeppelin 35k imperf, reverse with Obligatory tax 1r on 35k, Russian transit, Italian Tarvisio TPO, Perth arrival backstamps. 562P *F A 1979-80s USSR Space Covers 1979 Salut 6 cover signed by comonauts Lyakhov & Ryumin; 1980 Intercosmos signed by cosmonauts Romanenko & Tamayo. (2) SPAIN | Military - World War II Period C 1941 (Nov 13) propaganda PPC to Germany with ‘CENSURA GUBERNATIVA/MADRID’ boxed handstamp, 1939 563P * 50c Air Mi #824 tied indistinct cds and by circular Wehrmacht censor handstamp. Stains and peripheral faults, titled ‘Hemisferio occidental 1941’, depicts USA in the person of Uncle Sam strangling all of South America in the person of . . .? Message on the card not too complimentary about USA or England! SWEDEN 564P F B C2 1855 Arms 8 Skill (ATTA) orange P14 SG #4 (Mi #4a) Cat £475, horizontal crease barely visible from front, light cds (year indistinct). A seriously scarce stamp. TAIWAN | Postal History 565 * A/B 1950-90s accumulation of mainly commercial covers, mostly airmail to Australia, some high rates noted, useful frankings, etc. Faults here and there, generally average commercial quality. (350) TANGANYIKA | Postmarks A A1 Exhibition: ‘EXHIBITION P O/5SP/1929/TANGANYIKA’ (rated 150 by Proud - open 2-7/9/1929) on 10c KGV x2, 566P * double-circle ‘CAMP POST OFFICE - DARESSA[L]AM/SE6/1929’ (B2 - rated 150 by Proud) arrival on back, flap sealed with 1930 Anvers Exposition Internationale cinderella. THAILAND 567 A/A- Philatelic Books Complete run of the authoritative Thai Times from issue #1 January 1958 to latest edition August 2009 including indices, library list, postal stationery, auction catalogues etc, official publication of the Thailand Philatelic Society TPS London, A unique opportunity to acquire a complete journal spirex bound or in folders covering fifty years of research etc; + plus Thai Philately, journal of the American offshoot, vols 10-12. 568 A+ - The Prakaipet Indhusophon Collection of Siam by Prakaipet Indhusophon 1989 hardbound in slipcase pub by 3D Printing Co Bangkok signed by author. Definitely the greatest collection of Siam ever formed, rivalling those put together by Row, Stewart et al. 569 A - Antique & Roman Surcharges 1894-1899 by Kevin Ryan plus Lithographed Surcharges 1914-1916 by Kevin Ryan with personal letters and notes from author - original research - both spirex bound and published by TPS 1995. (2) 570 A - Centennial of Thai Postage Stamps published by Cat 4 August 1963, hardbound in white with gold embossing, presentation copy to Leigh Mardon / CPE Aust Ltd [stamp printers], written in both Thai and English. Plus Standard Catalogue of Thai Postage Stamps pub Sakserm Siriwong 1991, Thai language. (2) 571P ** A1952-53 Garuda Waterlow & Sons printers imperforate proofs for 2 and 3 baht, SG #352-3, in issued colours, blocks of 4, each unit with security punch holes. (8) THAILAND | Revenues 57 A/B 1899-1960s Collection: over 900 mainly large types on 59 documents, many multiples including large blocks, some **/U scarcer types, high value, annotated varieties. Plus 1883 1 Tical yellow-brown overprinted ‘6’ in arabic & Thai in unmounted block of 4. Generally fine condition (919 stamps & 59 documents). THAILAND | Military & Censor Mail 1943-55 Military Labels [1] 1943 four different sheets of 10 (Army x3 & Air Force x1) 573 **/U A [2] Stampless censor cover sealed with Army label [3] 1955 Cambodia Border Dispute military donation stamps, 1B, 5B (2 different) & 10B, unused. THAILAND | Military - World War II Period 574 * A Propaganda Leaflet approx 163x113mm printed in Thai partly over image of the Thai national flag dropped by US planes urging the Thai people to fight aand throw the Japanese out of Thailand. Couple small spots, otherwise excellent condition. THAILAND | Postmarks 575 S 1883-1928 Selection: of mainly native script cancels, appears to be all different. Interesting lot. (182 stamps). TOKELAU ISLANDS 576 F A/B 1948-80s philatelic covers accumulation, approximately two-thirds the ubiquitous 1948 set cancelled at Atafu, Fakaofo and Nukunono (predominantly), some cachet variation noted, later including 1966 ‘Arms’ FDCs, etc, some mixed condition, generally fine. (220+) TONGA 577P F A A1 1895 Surcharges 7½d on 2½d vermilion with ‘BU’ joined, SG 31a. TRANSJORDAN | Postal History B 1946 opened out envelope inscribed “Air mail” and self-addressed to a corporal in ‘3 Company, Palestine Command 578P * Signals, M.E.F.’ franked Transjordan 10m and 20m with part AMMAN cds presumably on 22 June 1946, neat backstamp ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/25JU/46/233’. Philatelically inspired during Jordan-Palestine “terrorist period”. [Includes couple related newspaper clippings.] A 1947 use of 15m black tax, 15m green & 10m red Abdullah’s, lightly cancelled on Air letter sheet from Lieutenant in 579P *F Arab Legion Artillery to Ithaca, New York, letter is in Arabic. TRINIDAD | Postmarks B B1 Dabadie: ‘DABADIE/A/NO12/98/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D2, cancelling faulty ½d brown Postal Card. 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TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal History 582P *U A/C 1885-1970 accumulation with Trinidad 1885 to Germany (stamp missing) and 1902 ½d Printed Circular rate to US, 1930s to US and Australia (these mostly fronts only), latter including Official covers of 1934 (Signature Frank) and 1936 (registered), 1942 censored airmail from Canada, later with 1950s meter airmail, 1968 registered Returned Letter Branch cds in red, etc, condition varies (60 items), also bundle (160+) 1960s-70s commercial mail to Radio Station in Montserrat, mostly airmail, a number taxed. (250+) $190 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Collections and Accumulations 583P **/U A/B 1940s-1970s Collection almost all ** in blocks 3c to 10c rate periods with FV c.US$85. Plus 1976 Postmasters Christmas covers collection and 1976 Bicentennial so-called ‘Medallic First Day Cover’ in special wallet. (100s) $75 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 584P F A B2 1862-66 New Values Perf 12 15c grey-black, Sc #77, Cat $150, very thin paper, quartered circle cancel. $75 585P F A C2 1867-68 Grilled Issues 12c intense black E grill, Sc #90, Cat $350. $170 586 ** A 1983-88 MUH Collection Face value US$157. $60

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[6] 1945 (Jan) APO 715 (Hollandia, NEI) to New York [7] 1944 (Dec) APO 713 (Lae, NG) War Ballot cover to Sacramento [8] 1946 (Jun) APO 707 (Philippines) to ‘COMMANDING GENERAL/AUSTRALIA BASE COMMAND/APO 927’ violet ‘WD ESSENTIAL OFFICIAL AIR MAIL’ on face [9] 1944 (Oct) APO 719 (Noemfoor Is, NEI) to Washington. 603P *F A1941 use of 3c Idaho, cancelled with ‘U.S.S./MAR/22/1941/P.M./BEAR - EVACUATION/EAST BASE’ (A1, Antarctica), on cover to Arlington, Virginia, some water markings around stamp. [There were two flights on Mar 22 as bad ice conditions prevented the ship from reaching the base.] A1943(c.) cover from American Military Internee at Camp Wengen, Switzerland, Swiss 30c cancelled with ‘Camp 604P *F Military [?]/Francoeport/Wengen/+/Suisse’ (A2), sealed at left by tri-lingual camp censor, then resealed by ‘11076/U.S. CENSOR’ sellotape, US Post Office Officially Sealed labels x3 on reverse. 605P F A 1944-45 Patriotic Covers 16 all different, mainly sent to Australia. Attractive group including 7 with Overrun Countries stamps. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postmarks 606P * B Stephens, Arkansas: mss “Stephens Ark/4-19-84” on 1883 2c pink on buff Envelope, backstamped with ‘HOPE/ APR/26/1884/ARK.’ duplex, envelope roughly opened at right. WORLD | Collections and Accumulations 607 U A/B Asia stockbook assembly from few Bhutan to Viet Nam (c235) with larger selections from China (c275 - most areas including Hong Kong), Japan (c435), Malaya/Malaysia (c130), Thailand (c105), Singapore (c80) and lesser quantities elsewhere. Can’t tell with these, inspection a must. (c1400) 608 **/*/U A/B General Collection mostly post-WWII used with more Europe than anywhere else (no British C/W), likely to be stronger (if that’s the word) in Austria, Belgium, France with some Colonies, Germany from early 20th century and with some **/* Allied Occupation period, Hungary, Italy etc. Needs tidying up but should reward at this estimate. (100’s) 609 **/*/U A/B - mostly used post-WWII with British Commonwealth (Canada, India, NZ, etc), Europe with more useful possibilities in Germany from odd 19th century, early 20th century and some **/* Allied Occupation period. Also SE Asia with Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, etc. Thematic content, needs tidying up but should reward at this estimate. (100’s) 610 **/*/U A/B - from smaller issuing authorities (eg Cape Verde, Grenada, El Salvador, etc) with strong thematic content, plenty of **/* alongside the CTO and postally used. Majority 20th century but oddments earlier mainly Latin America. (100’s) 611 */U A/B - Aden to Yugoslavia on leaves, mostly used and looks to have been assembled from a number of different collections. Mainly the usual but somehat better in Germany most areas seen from 19th century with some mint, GB from late QV but mostly QEII period, heaps more. Worth a look. (100’s) 612 **/*/U A/B - mostly used post-WWII with British Commonwealth (Africa, Asia, Canada, Windies, NZ, etc), Europe with possibilities in France, Italy, Switzerland. Also USA with odd pre-cancel, Japan and other Asia, etc. Thematic content, needs tidying up but should reward at this estimate. (c1500) 613 **/*/U A/B - mainly European countries mostly west and post-WWII period. No British Commonwealth but better cover in Germany most areas and periods, also fair Belgium, Switzerland, Thailand and other Asia, oddments USA, etc. Thematic content, needs tidying up but should reward at this estimate. (100’s) 614 */U A/B - A-Z in two good condition Scott illustrated albums (Parts II & III), each lightly populated plus some later mint/used extras on stockbook pages. No USA or Canada (presumably catered for in Part I), reasonable GB from odd line engraved, British Commonwealth, but no obvious strengths. The challenge here is to fill up the many empty spaces. (100’s) 615 **/*/U A/B Variety fairly lightweight collections of Indonesia mostly fresh **/* 1950-65 on leaves (c400 different), Yugoslavia mint/used with some duplication 1920s-60s (c500), Kuwait used 1960s-90s on leaves (c200), Tunisia mint/used few erarlier otherwise similar period on leaves (c130). (100s) 616 **/*/U A/C World Remainders on hagners with considerable strength in British Commonwealth where we note mainly used better Rhodesia including double-heads to 1/- x2, various Admirals, opts and surcharges; Malta including used 1948-53 Self Government sets to 5/- plus extra 2/- x7 and 5/- x10 plus plus; South Africa 1913-24 KGV ½d to 1/*; British Honduras 1888 ‘2 CENTS’ on 6d SG #25 used Cat £160; Nyasaland 1934-5 KGV set of 9 SG #114-122 light hinge; much more. World highlighted by Switzerland ** blocks of 4 1970s & 1980s Cat c€150, decent representations Belgium from quite early, Vatican, San Marino, Austria sets/singles (some dup) *, much more here as well. Majority fine, Cat must be close to £1000, bargain. (100’s) YUGOSLAVIA C 1945 (Nov 23) stampless flimsy envelope and contents (written in Italian) from partisan soldier in Tito’s 2nd Army to 617P * Italy postmarked part ‘ZAGHAFRIA/23.XI.45’ cds and unframed ‘T’ (but tax apparently not collected), very small reseal tied censor’s ‘V.OJNA CENZU/10.12.45’ cds. Faults. YUGOSLAVIA | Postal History A 1920 (Sept 2) banker’s envelope to Graz franked on reverse with Bosnia-Herz 50h on 72h pair and 25h SHS opts, 618P * 45h on 80h CXC opt, Slovenia 15h. Fine. ZANZIBAR | Collections and Accumulations 619P **/*/U A/B 1895-1960s hagners collection from Zanzibar opt in India 1a6p SG #5 used, 1898 second rosette wmk set to 8a SG #178-87 * some faults, then good cover for the period noting 1936 new currency set (ex 7s50) with large high values ** SG 310-22. Also postage dues 1930 3c and 25c SG #D19 & 24 unused plus 1936 ord paper set of 6 SG #D25-30. Also fresh complete sheets of 100 1957 5c to 25c SG #355-62 (15c in two pieces). Nice lot, ex the sheets total Cat c£400, well worth a look. (c670)

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Auction 5 - Sect 1  

Public auction was held on Friday 23rd July, 2010. Unsolds can be purchased online.

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