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Postal Auction No. 106 World Stamps, Postal History & Postal Stationery Plus Specialised Australian Postmarks Starting 10:00am Sunday, 14th November 2010 www.premierpostal.com email: david@premierpostal.com Phone: 03 5968 3499 Int: +613 5968 3499 Fax: 03 5968 6981 Int: +613 5968 6981 PO Box 91, Belgrave, Victoria 3160, Australia


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PPA Preamble Welcome to a very rushed Auction 106. Please accept our apologies for the delay and the consequently short time between you receiving this catalogue and the auction date. David has at last put his house on the market and this has taken up a lot of his time, hence the delay. Hopefully the selling process will not be too protracted and we will be able to quickly get back to a nice regular schedule again. As usual our auction starts with cinderellas and coins and continues with our popular Picture Postcard section. Remember that postcards are often placed in other parts of the catalogue so it is worth looking throughout the catalogue. If you have access to the internet go to our website and simply select Auction 106 - by Topic and then, from the long list of topics (about 250 different), choose Picture Postcards to see all the postcard lots in the auction; and all of them are illustrated. We then have Australian stamps, with many Roos and Georgian Heads all the way through to modern decimals, including varieties, postal history, postal stationery etc. Some of the more notable are a nice 2½d roo perf large ‘OS’ (#180), a 4d olive KGV Small Mult wmk P14 imprint pair (#403) and, as you would expect, many plate varieties are listed, particularly in the Georgian Heads sections but also throughout the catalogue. The postal stationery includes both the 1d red KGV Australian Imperial Force Letter Card and Envelope (#6956). There are some nice military lots with more items from the CJ Simpson correspondence, including our front cover item (#942). This correspondence is unusual in that it features many inter-unit covers e.g. (#940-1) & covers from British units inwards to him (#3786-90). The Australian Colonies/States section has a good range of stamps and a good range of postmarks, including another selection of numerals. As expected there is a wide selection of datestamps from all states. This section also has a broad range of registered covers, particularly from NSW, so postmark collectors will have another field day. Some of the more interesting lots in this section are NSW 3d Sydney View (#1026), 8d Laureate (#1033), ‘75’ type 2a rays (#1109), ‘105’ type 2a rays (#1113), ‘991’ BN (#1143), 1957 Happy Jack cover (#1318), Qld imperf 6d Chalon (#1567), 1897 McCorquodale registration envelope (#1599), 1970 Ducklo registered (#1693),1970 Nangwee registered (#1727), Tas 1/- Chalon P11½ MUH (1891), BN 238 (#1991), VIC 1d orange-brown Half-Length mint (#2220), BO 31 (#2292), BN 1700 (#2353), BN 1976 of Sunnyside on taxed cover (#2357), Indigo Upper (#2570), 1971 Majorca (#2620), 1947 Morwell West on cover (#2671). There are over 1500 lots in the rest-of-the-world section so there is plenty for everyone, including Austria 1k brown-orange type I (#3200), Bermuda 1873 3d yellow-buff mint (#3266), BCOF set on registered cover (#3283), Canada 7½d yellow-green (#3328), Cyprus ½d surcharge with spur on 1 error (3422), a range of early Denmark (#3463-70), Falkland Islands WWII covers (#3494-7), Fiji Namoli wood-cut (#3529) Wairiki mss (#3551), GB 1868 10d red-brown on cover (#3754). Grenada 1875 1/- with inverted S and SHILLIING flaws (#3798-9), Iceland Christian X set (#3881) Japan WWI German POW PPCs (#4053-4), Oil River Protectorate very rare 1894 Sombreiro River pmk (#4340), Polish Levant set (#4403) & USA 1861 10c bluegreen mint (#4613). We always have an extensive range of military and censored covers and this auction is no exception. While there is obvious strength in Australian & British WWI & WWII material you will find much outside of theses areas. To help these military collectors, and others with specific collecting interests, to find the lots that will interest them we provide and extract service. This service saves you time and helps to keep our costs down. When you provide us with your collecting interests you can specify whether you just collect stamps, postal history or postal stationery, whether you collect mint or used, what periods you collect, what countries you collects etc, so you can be quite detailed. In most cases we can provide an extract which is well matched to your collecting needs. The best way of bidding is to use our secure website www.premierpostal.com. However you can always use the printed bidsheet that comes with the catalogue and fax or mail it to us, you can also phone your bids through if you prefer. We will take bids any way they come. David & Cathy.


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HOW TO GET THE MOST FROM OUR CATALOGUE

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Firstly, we have the lot number. If it is in bold and underlined, the item is illustrated: e.g. 1234. (The actual location of the illustration is given at the end of the description: e.g. {Page 41.37} is position 37 on page 41.) The second column contains a symbol, which represents the item(s) in the lot: ** Mint, unmounted o.g. * Mint, mounted o.g. W Unused, no gum D Piece (“Postmarks” lots) * Cover or card A Albums and accessories L Literature P Proof S Stamp (“Postmarks” lots) or, in the case of used stamps, covers & Postal Stationery a grading of the cancellation: V Neat postmark, leaving most of the stamp design clear F Neat postmark, across at least half of the stamp design G Untidy or indistinct postmark H Heavy or poorly struck postmark 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. Figures in the right-hand column are our estimate of value. You may bid at, above or below estimate. The reserve price for almost every lot is 80% of estimate. Bids below this level will not be considered, except lots which have an estimate of $5 or less when bids below the reserve may be considered at the auctioneer’s discretion. Australian residents will have GST added to the hammer price of all lots. 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 cnr corner blk block 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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THEMATICS & TOPICALS 1 * A1980 Olympics: Box set of 48 FDCs from countries attending these games, odd tonespot. 1986 Royal Wedding: 38 world covers, odd tonespot. 2* A CINDERELLAS 3* B 4 ** A 5 ** A 6W A 7W A 8 ** A 9W A 10 F A 11 ** 12 ** 13 W 14 ** 15 W 16 W 17 W 18 W 19 F

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1941: TB Christmas label with lighthouse & snow covered house. Antarctica: multi-coloured sheelet of 4 ‘Worldpark Antarctica Greenpeace’. Australia: 1950 ANPEX sheetlet of 12. - 1972 Anpex Miniature Sheet with facimile £1 and £2 Roos and 5/- Bridge, numbered and with cardboard folder. - Anpex Miniature Sheet with facimile £2 & £1 Roos and 5/Bridge, numbered. - 1978 Stamp Show souvenir sheetlet pair with 3d Kookaburra block of 4 and Wildlife Commemorative block of 4 each numbered. - 3d Sydney Views reproduction in yellow-green for Sydpex ‘80. - 1986 Stamp & Coin Show International Year of Peace M/sheet tied to large illustrated cover by Stamp & Coin Show Sydney green cancel 31Oct 1986, being first day of show. Australia - Antarctica: 1954 Expedition set of four labels. Australia - Hutt River Province: 1977 Antarctic Birds, set of 4 - 1978 Christmas, set of 4 in se-tenant vertical pairs - 1979 Christmas, set of 4. Australia - Replica Card: Navigators 1963-64, card No. 3. - QEII 1959-62, Card No. 5 - Christmas 1957, Card No. 7 - AIF, card no. 18 Australia - South Australia: Post card issued by the Philatatelic Association of South Australia on the Centenary of the First South Australian Postal Card, featuring a Facsimilie of the 1d violet postal card. Austria: 1965 Wipa Stamp Exhibition set of nine labels. (9) France: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of French Minister Of Munitions M Albert Thomas issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Gallieni Military Governor of Paris issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. German Mariana Islands: Lost Colonies mourning stamp, hinge remainder & shallow thin. Great Britain: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Vice Admiral J M De Robeck issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Rt Hon A Chamberlain issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Princess Christian issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Admiral Sir John Jellicoe issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. Greece: Cigarette Labels inscribed M.C.C./M.C. Carathanassis & Co/20 Cigarettes etc. In different colours & inscriptions. (5) Switzerland: 1890’s local labels to 1Franken. (4) - Group comprising multi-coloured labels 1913(2), 1936, 1937 & 1939, very attractive. (5)

COINS & BANKNOTES | Coins Australia: 1948 Y. ½d. 31 UNC - 1950 ½d. 32 UNC 33 UNC - 1951 ½d. - 1952 1d. 34 UNC 35 UNC - 1955 Y. 1d. - 1956 1d. 36 UNC 37 AEF - 1911 3d. 38 UNC - 1943 S 3d. 39 UNC - 1949 3d. - 1936 6d. 40 AEF 41 UNC - 1957 6d. - 1943 2/42 EF 43 UNC East Caribbean Territories: 1981 $10 Wedding of Prince Charles & Lady Diana Fiji: 1936 KGV 1d. 44 EF 45 UNC Great Britain: 1888 QV & Britannia 4d. New Zealand: 1947 ½ Crown. 46 EF - 1950 ½ Crown. 47 UNC 48 UNC - 1969 cased select set to $1 Capt Cook. (7) 49 UNC - 1975 cased Proof set. (7) - 1978 20c Proof. 50 UNC 51 UNC - 1972 $1. - 1975 $1. 52 UNC 53 UNC - 1983 $1 50 years of Coinage cased proof. 54 UNC Russia: 1888 1 Kopek. 55 UNC Sierra Leone: 1974 1L 10th Anniversary of Bank cased silver Proof. 56 AUNC South Africa: 1942 ½d. 57 UNC USA: 1976 $1 Eisenhower Bi-Centenary. Western Samoa: 1974 $1 Commonwealth Games. 58 UNC DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA France: 1880s? Military Mobilisation order, issued by the 61 ** A Ministry of War. Iraq: safe conduct pass dropped by the allies disguised as a 62 ** A+ bank note. PICTURE POSTCARDS 66 *** A Aden: black & white PPC ‘Aden Arabian Mosque’. Aeroplanes: Black & white PPC ‘Douglas BT2B’ bi-plane, real67 *** A photo.

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Antigua: unaddressed PPC of ‘“St. John’s Cathedral” Antigua, B.W.I.’, ½d green arms cancelled with ‘ST JOHNS/C/JU17/13/ ANTIGUA.B.W.I.’ (B2). $14 Australia: Black & white PPC ‘A Handful of Australia’ with scene of crop sowing, real-photo. $10 - Black & white PPC ‘A Handful of Australia’ with view of a Bush Road. $15 - coloured real-photo PPC of ‘A MERRY Christmas’ flowers & frame, South Australian 1d rosine, cancelled with indistinct 22DE11, torn BRC. $5 - colour PPC of Type 1.4 CFA Prototype Fire Truck. $6 - CB & Co set of advertising PPCs for Talma & Co’s ‘The Cingalee’, some minor soiling, unused. Rare & desirable group. (10) $125 Australia - Aborigines: Swain & Co black & white PPC of ‘Aborigines’ Camp. Hawkesbury River N.S.W.’, used in 1905. $40 Australia - Artist: multi-coloured PPC ‘Rounding up a Straggler’ by A MacInnes. $15 - multi-coloured PPC ‘The murmuring of the sea’ by unknown artist. $10 Australia - New South Wales: multi-coloured PPC ‘In Glen Ashdale, Whiting Bay’. $10 - multi-coloured PPC ‘Circular Quay, Sydney’, with tram in foreground. $12 - multi-coloured PPC ‘Sydney Harbour and Botanic Gardens NSW’. $10 - Black & white PPC ‘Museum of National History Sydney’, early card used in 1905. $8 - multi-coloured PPC ‘Governor Phillip’s Statue Palace Gardens Sydney NSW’. $7 Australia - Patriotic: Multicoloured embossed PPC with Advance Australia and State shield with Wattles. $20 Australia - South Australia: Black & white PPC ‘North Terrace and Mount Lofty Ranges Adelaide’. $10 - Black & white PPC ‘King William Street, Adelaide, looking South, early card with undivided back. $20 - Black & white PPC ‘North Terrace looking West, Adelaide’. $8 - multi-coloured PPC ‘Torrens Lake, Adelaide, South Australia’, unusual moonlight scene. $10 Australia - Sport: black & white PPC for NSW Fire Brigade Sydney showing ‘Champion Boats Crew’, a nice Fire Brigade card. $30 Australia - Tasmania: 1950’s Souvenir of Hobart with 12 drop down views including Trams in Elizabeth St. $20 - Black & white PPC ‘University Hobart’, a H H Baily photo. $10 Australia - Victoria: black & white PPC ‘Central Post Office Melbourne’. $10 - home-made PPC with oil painting of small steam boat on lake, 1d pink cancelled with 1906 Rutherglen duplex. This card appears to have been mailed under cover with corner cut-out to allow the stamp to be cancelled. $30 - multi-coloured PPC of ‘Alexandra Avenue, Melbourne.’. $12 - multi-coloured PPC ‘Lord Linlithgow Monument St Kilda Rd Melbourne’. $7 - Black & white PPC ‘Parliament Gardens and Gov. Offices, Melb’, showing tennis courts in foreground, real-photo. $10 - multi-coloured PPC ‘Collins St Melbourne’ with tram in foreground. $17 Australia - Victoria: 1940’s black & white view ‘Panorama looking south Melbourne’, Rose real photo. $5 Aviation: black & white real photo PPC ‘Douglas O2C’. $10 Canada: Black & white PPC ‘Indian Totem Poles’, early card with undivided back used in 1905. $20 Ceylon: black & white PPC of ‘Colombo Harbour’, franked with Egyptian 2m green x2, cancelled with bi-lingual ‘PORT-SAÏD/ 7VI04TIV/’ (A1-), with ‘WINDSOR/JY5/1904/N.S.W’ (B1) arrival, some light soiling. $10 Comic: multi-coloured PPC by Donald Mc Gill ‘How much do you charge for a bed room Missus............ $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘Aint you running your ass, Bill...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘But surely Darling your not going to bed in that...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘Look at his tentacles hanging down...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘Would you like a Baby Polly...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘Why are you digging up my husband’s grave...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘You know MIss Haybag...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘How much do you charge for a bedroom ...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 - Multicoloured PPC ‘I suppose you’re giving him all he wants...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 Egypt: Lichtenstern & Harari black & white PPC of ‘Cairo, Continental Hotel’, franked with 2m green, cancelled with to Sydney, NSW, quite toned. $6 - Lichtenstern & Harari black & white PPC of ‘PORT SAID. DÉBARQUEMENT AU QUAI.’, franked with 4m red, cancelled with ‘PORT-SAID/6V07TN/’ (A2), to Auckland NZ. $10 Fiji: Zieher-style card with KEVII set to £1. $10 - black & white PPC ‘16. Ogea Harbor Lau Fiji’ used from NSW in 1909. [Not listed? in John Dear] $50 - Multicoloured embossed PPC with KEVII Stamps to £1 and photo Coastal scene Ovalau Fiji, fine card. $35


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- L.N. Anderson black & white PPC (Dear #1) of ‘Fijian War Gate. Nakelo’, some mild soiling. [View not recorded.] France: LV&C coloured PPC of ‘Marseille le Pont Transboreur’, corner wear. Germany: Hölzermann sepia PPC of ‘Köln a. Rh.’, franked with 10pf red Germania, cancelled with double-circle ‘COLN/23.4.13 6-8N/*11c’ (A1), to Bendigo, Vic, light vertical crease at right. - coloured PPC of ‘STUTTGART/Johanneskirche mit Feursee’, franked with 10pf red Germania, cancelled with Stuttgart machine of 4XI13, to Bendigo, slight edge wear. - Hölzermann sepia PPC of ‘Köln a. Rh./Partie am deutschen Ring.’, franked with 3pf brown Germania x2 (Overpaid), cancelled with double-circle ‘COLN/23.4.13 5-6N/*11c’ (A1), to Bendigo, Vic, some mild insect damage to face of card at top. Germany - Shipping: multi-coloured PPC ‘Scharnhorst’ steamer for Norddeutscher Lloyd, Bremen, fine card. Great Britain: multi-coloured PPC Midland Hotel Manchester, Artist card by Charles Flower. - black & white real-photo PPC of ‘THE PIER, ILFRACOMBE’, some spotting, used 1909. - Empire Series coloured PPC of ‘Southport. Cambridge Hall.’, franked with 1d red KEVII, cancelled with double-circle ‘SOUTHPORT/12-1PM/MR20/08/+’ (B1), to Bendigo, Vic. - WR&S coloured PPC of ‘Nottingham/Market Place/St. Mary’s Church’, bearing 1d red KEVII, cancelled with double-circle ‘WELLINGBOROUGH/845PM/JU3/09/+’, to Burwood, NSW, slight corner wear. Great Britain - 1908 Franco-British Exhibition: black & white PPC of ‘FLIP FLAP Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentines black & white PPC of ‘Flip-Flap, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with ‘FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION/8PM/JY30/08/LONDON’ (A1), to Edinburgh, Scotland, slight toning. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Lagoon, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with ‘FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION/8PM/AU22/08/LONDON’ (A1), to Blaenavon - Alexander coloured PPC of ‘FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION. Australian Pavilion.’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with double-circle ‘WEST·KENSINGTON. W/9PM/AU24/08/6’, to Newbury, Bycks - Valentines coloured PPC of Australian Pavilion, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908. - Bonnett & Shum black & white PPC of ‘AUSTRALIAN COURT Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, some wear & light toning on reverse. - Valentine black & white official PPC of ‘Palace of Women’s Work, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’ - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Palace of Women’s Work, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, view with bridge at right. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘In Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Palace of Women’s Work, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentines coloured PPC of Palace of Women’s Work, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908.’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with ‘HAMPSTEAD S.O.N.W/415PM/SP25/08/03’ (A1-), to “Distillery Creek/Tasmania/N.S.W.”. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Swan Boats, Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Court of Honour from Congress Hall, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with 1d red & cancelled with double-circle ‘PADDINGTON.W/1045AM/ AU14/08/88’ (A2), to Maryland, USA, corner wear. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘In Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘In Elite Gardens, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Swan Boats on the Lagoon, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with light ‘KNAP HILL/3PM/OC1/09/WOKING’ (B1) to Blacknill, Berkshire. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Flip-Flap and Colonial Bandstand, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘In Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, some paper adhesion on reverse - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Court of Arts (South), FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with double-circle ‘NOTTING·HILL. W/1215PM/AU22/08/3’ (A2-), to Southampton. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, some paper adhesion on reverse - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Bridge in Court of Honour, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Entrance to Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, rounded corners, some toning to reverse. Great Britain - 1909 Imperial International Exhibition: Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Court of Honour, Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909’ Great Britain - 1911 Coronation Exhibition: Valentine official black & white PPC #484 of ‘Court of Honour,/Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911.’. - Valentine coloured official PPC #776 of ‘English Country Scene,/Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Court of Honour, Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’, view from cascade end

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Great Britain - 1912 Latin-British Exhibition: Valentine official sepia PPC #290 of ‘The Lagoon, Latin-British Exhibition, London, 1912’. Great Britain - Isle of Wight: black & white PPC of ‘2. CARISBROOKE (Isle of Wight). - Path leading to Castle. - LL.’, ½d green KGV, cancelled with double-circle Newport of JA19 14. Italy: coloured PPC of ‘PALAZZO DEL GHIACCIO’ (people ice skating), bit grubby, tiny closed tear at base. Micronesia: Dick Merritt Productions colour PPC of girl on beach with driftwood, franked with 10c soldierfish block of 4 & 5c brown men’s house block of 4, cancelled with poor double-circle of OCT 18 1990, addressed to Australia. Military: black & white PPC ‘Church service before Battle’, a Daily Mail War Picture. - multi-coloured PPC ‘Broadside salvoes of H.M.S. Africa’. Montserrat: Jas J Wall & Co black & white PPC of ‘The Roadstead, Plymouth, Montserrat, B. W. I.’. Netherlands Indies: Kodak Print black & white real photo PPC of a street in Batavia. - Kurkdjian black & white real-photo PPC of ‘ORANJE HOTEL, LOUNGE, SOERABAIA, JAVA’. New Zealand: multi-coloured PPC ‘View of Auckland from Mount Eden showing North Shore & Rangitoto’. - Black & white PPC ‘Girls’ High School Wellington, New Zealand’, early card with undivided back used in 1905. - Muir & Moodie black & white PPC ‘Sophia at Cooking Hole’, early undivided back, used in 1904. - Denton black & white PPC ‘On the Wanganui River’, early undivided back, used in 1904. - Black & white PPC ‘Souvenir from Christchurch Exhibition’ used in 1907. - multi-coloured Artist card ‘Lake Te Anue New Zealand’ by Cantle. New Zealand - 1925 New Zealand and South Seas Exhibition: Hugh & G.K.Neill PPC of ‘IN THE FERNERY’ Railways: black & white PPC of Steam Train and tender with Signal Box in background, real-photo. Shipping: multi-coloured PPC ‘The Quays, Limerick’. with scene of Paddle Steamer . - Multicoloured PPC with photo of Nippon Yusen Kaisha S.S. ‘Nikko Maru’, fine card. Trinidad: W,H,Y. PPC of ‘Queens Park Hotel, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad. B.W.I.’, unused, a little bit of toning. - W,H,Y.? PPC of ‘Maraval Reservoir, Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I.’, unused. United States of America: coloured PPC of ‘Peace/be with/ thee.’, franked with 1c green Franklin, cancelled with ‘NORFOLK, VA./APR17/630PM/1908’ (A1-) machine, to San Francisco, Cal, some toning on reverse.

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$10 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - First Watermark 174 F A B2 ½d Green perf large ‘OS’, BW #1bc, Cat $15. $12 175 * A B1 1d Red Die II BW #3, Cat $15. $10 176 F B A1 - perf large ‘OS’ with white flaw over N of ONE - 3rd state [FL20 substituted cliché], BW #3(F)f, Cat $40, main flaw partially obscured by pmk, light toning on back. $15 177 F A B1 2d Grey BW #5, Cat $10, cancelled with ‘SYDN[EY]/1P13JE14/ 10’ (A2) $5 178 F A- B2 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #5bb, Cat $15, blunt BRC. $10 179 DF A B1 - scratch from first E of PENCE to map [2L28] in pair with normal (faulty) plus 3d olive Die I, BW #5n, Cat $40, on piece cancelled with 2 strikes of double-circle ‘ENGLISH MAIL T.P.O./OUT/ 7OC14/-·-/VICTORIA’ (A1). $30 180 F A B1 2½d Indigo perf large ‘OS’, BW #9ba, Cat $225. $200 181 V A A1 - CTO, BW #9w. $35 182 F A A1 3d Olive Die I BW #12A. $15 183 F A A1 - pair, BW #12, Cat $30, cancelled with ‘[MUR]TOA/ 1245P9JE14/VIC’ (B2). $20 184 F A A2 - perf small ‘OS’, BW #12bc, Cat $50, rough perfs. $20 185 F A B3 4d Orange perf large ‘OS’ BW #15ba Cat $35. $15 186 F A A1 5d Chestnut pair with fine Stock Exchange Vic cds 5DE13 and part Late Fee handstamp. $85 187 F A B2 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #16ba, Cat $65. $35 188 F A A1 6d Blue BW #17. $20 189 * A A1 - BW #17, Cat $125 $80 190 G A A1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #17bb, Cat $35. $12 191 F A A1 9d Violet BW #24. $25 192 F A B1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW # 24bb, some adhesion on reverse. $60 193 * A C1 1/- Emerald BW #30. $40 194 ** A A2 - blue-green shade, BW #30C, Cat $750, small closed tear at top. $375 195 V A A1 - BW # 30. $25 196 G A A2 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #30b, Cat $45. $20 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark 197 F A B1 2d Grey BW #6, Cat $15. $8 198 F A A1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #6ba. $20 199 F B B1 6d Blue BW #18, mild discolouration to TRC. $15 200 F A A1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #18ba. $40 201 F A- B1 1/- Emerald bright blue-green shade, BW #31B, Cat $35, bottom marginal wmk, bit grotty. $15 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Third Watermark 202 F A B1 2d Grey Die I BW #7, Cat $15, cancelled with ‘SPECIAL/ 6P1AP15/[SY]DNEY’ (A2). $10 203 * A B1 2d Grey Die IIA BW # 8. $30 204 F A B1 2½d Indigo BW #11, Cat $12, left marginal wmk. $10


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205 F 206 F 207 V 208 F 209 *

A B1 A A1 A B1 A A1 A- B1

210 F 211 F 212 * 213 F 214 F 215 F

A A1 A- B1 A B1 A B1 A A1 A B1

216 * 217 F 218 F 219 * 220 F

A A1 B A1 A B1 A B2 A B1

221 F A B1 222 F A B2

3d Olive Die I BW #13, Cat $12. 6d Blue Die II grey-blue shade, BW # 19E. - perf ‘OS’, BW #19ba, Cat $15. - grey-blue shade, BW #19E. 6d Chestnut Harrison N over M imprint pair, left unit has small closed tear at TRC, BW #21. - perf ‘OS’, BW # 21ba. - perf ‘OS’ CTO, BW #21wa, Cat $15, l, light crease to BRC. 9d Violet Die IIB BW #27. - BW #27, Cat $15. 1/- Emerald Die II perf ‘OS’ BW #32b. 1/- Emerald Die IIB BW #33, Cat $20, cancelled with ‘EMM[AVIL]LE/6AP26/N.S.W.’ (A2). - with Wmk Sideways, BW #33aa 2/- Brown BW #37, small closed tear at top, cds. 2/- Maroon reddish maroon shade, BW #38C, Cat $35. - BW #38, Cat $150, rough perfs. 5/- Grey & Yellow grey & deep yellow shade, BW #44C, Cat $125. 10/- Grey & Pink BW #48, Cat $375, Retail $450, top left corner wmk. - grey & deep aniline pink shade, BW #48B, Cat $375.

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Small Multiple Watermark 223 F A A1 6d Chestnut BW #22. 224 * A B1 - BW #22, Cat $25. 225 **/* A B1 - block of 4 perf ‘OS’, BW #22b, Cat $160+, 2 units hinged. 226 F B B1 - oblique scratch from Broome to left frame [3R6], BW #22g, Cat $45, repaired closed tear from base to Tasmania. 227 F A- B1 6d Chestnut Overprinted ‘OS’ pair, BW #22(OS), Cat $120, cancelled with ‘ELWOOD/15DE32/VIC’ (A2), right unit has torn TLC. 228 * A B1 9d Violet BW #28, Cat $75. 229 F A A1 - BW #28. 230 F A A1 1/- Emerald BW #34. 231 F A A1 - BW #34. 232 * A B1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #34b. 233 V A- A1 - perf ‘OS’ CTO BW #34Awa, minor tone spot. 234 F A A1 2/- Maroon marginal pair with part Imprint, BW #39. 235 ** A B1 - BW #39, Cat $350, tiny gum flaw. 236 * A B2 - BW #39, Cat $150. 237 V A A1 - perf ‘OS’ CTO BW #39wa. 238 V A B1 5/- Grey & Yellow CTO, BW #45w, Cat $150. 239 F A B2 10/- Grey & Pink BW #49, Cat $700, couple of short perfs at top. AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - CofA Watermark 240 F A B1 6d Chestnut BW #23, Cat $20, couple of shortish perfs at base. 241 * A A1 9d Violet BW # 29. 242 F A B1 - purple shade, BW #29B, Cat $10. 243 F A B1 - BW #29, Cat $10. 244 V A B2 - CTO, BW #29w, Cat $15, pulled perf at top. 245 F A B1 2/- Maroon Redrawn Die vertical strip of 3, BW #41. 246 F A A1 5/- Grey & Yellow BW #46. 247 F A- B1 - broken coast near Sydney [L2], BW #46(D)da, Cat $125, red pencil cross.

$6 $30 $12 $30 $250 $10 $8 $70 $10 $25 $15 $90 $5 $20 $75 $100 $350 $300 $20 $18 $150 $20 $60 $50 $20 $15 $15 $45 $15 $50 $300 $120 $40 $115 $550 $15 $40 $7 $6 $6 $10 $25

$75 AUSTRALIA | Engraved Issues 248 **/* A- B1 1d carmine-red top left marginal block of 8, BW #59, Cat $42, tone spots effecting 3 units & some mild gum creasing. $25 249 * A- A1 1d pale red plate 1 right side imprint block of 8 with weak entry to right side [1/60], BW #59(1)zc, Cat $325, couple of rust spots effecting 3rd row [1/69-70] $200 250 **/* A- B1 1d red block of 4, BLC unit with retouch to right frame at top & BRC with re-entry below ONE PENNY [2/1-2,11-12], BW #59(2)e,f, Cat $97, top units hinged & toned at top edge. $60 251 * A- B1 1d red pair with retouch to upper right corner & top of crown [3/69-70], BW #59(3)i, Cat $40, TRC lightly creased. $25 252 * B B1 1d red Plate 3 left side imprint block of 8, BW #59(3)zb, Cat $200, some toning. $100 253 **/* A C1 1d red plate 4 marginal block of 9 [4/11-13,21-23,31-33] with varieties vertical line inside right frame [4/11] & re-entry down right side [4/22], BW #59(4)e,g, Cat $230+, hinged in margin and units 12 & 31 only. $125 254 ** A C1 1d red with vertical line inside right frame, possible earlier state of 59(4)i, BW #59(4)i, Cat $50. $25 255 F A A1 6d maroon Kookaburra, BW # 60. $60 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Single Watermark 256 F A- C1 ½d Green Comb Perf perf ‘OS/NSW’, small tone spot. $5 $8 257 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #63ba, Cat $10. 258 G A B1 - barbed fraction bar at right [4R40], BW #63(4)p, Cat $20, postmark partially obscures variety. $8 259 ** A- C1 ½d Orange large marginal block of 48 [9R7-54] unit 14 with egg below emu’s breast, unit 15 with RA joined & unit 47 with blurred flaw in left wattles & sporran on kangaroo’s front leg, BW #66(9)k,i,m, Cat $375++, small pinhole & toning on unit 11, minor gum toning on a few others. $250 $10 260 F A B1 1d Red Line Perf BW #70. 261 F A B1 1d Red Smooth Paper perf ‘OS/NSW’ . $15 262 F A B1 - crimson shade, (G23) Wmk Inverted BW #71Na, Cat $125. $60 263 F A B1 - thin ‘G’ of ‘POSTAGE’ retouch, BW #71(2)k, Cat $30. $20 264 F B B2 - white spot in SE corner [VIII/54], BW #71(4)q, Cat $10, break in lower right frame caused by small surface abrasion, rounded right corners. $3 265 ** A B2 - carmine (analine) shade (G33) marginal strip of 3 [VIII/58-60] unit 60 with run N - 2nd state, BW #71Z(4)sa, Cat $170+. $100 266 F A A1 1d Red Rough Paper perf ‘OS/NSW’ . $15

267 ** 268 * 269 F 270 DF

A B1 A B1 AC1 A C1

271 DF A- C2 272 F A- B1 273 F B B1 274 DF 275 F 276 * 277 F

A C1 A B1 A C1 A C2

278 F A B2 279 F A C1 280 DF A- A2 281 F A C1 282 F A- B1 283 F B C1 284 F A- C1 285 F A B1 286 F A- B1 287 V 288 F 289 F 290 F 291 V 292 F

A B1 A B1 A B1 A C1 A C2 A- B1

293 V A B1 294 F A C1 295 F A B1 296 F A B1 297 F A A1 298 F A C1 299 F A C1 300 F A B1 301 D 302 F 303 F 304 F

A B1 A C1 A C1 A C1

305 F B B1 306 F A D1 307 V B C2 308 F B C2

309 F A B2 310 F B C1 311 F A C1 312 ** A B1 313 F A B1 314 DF A B1 315 F A- C1 316 *

A C2

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A C1 A C1 A B1 A C1

321 F A C1 322 F A- B1 323 F A- C1 324 F AA1 325 F A C1 326 F A B2 327 F B B1 328 V A C1 329 F A C1

1d Green ‘RA’ joined [VII/60], BW #77(4)j, Cat $30. - run ‘N’ [VIII/60], BW #77(4)sa, Cat $20. 1½d Green Die I perf ‘OS’, BW #88ba, Cat $15. - flawed T of POSTAGE [11L49], BW #88(11)e, Cat $20, cancelled with T.O.Coldstream. - white flaw beside left wattle stem [12L23]. - broken shading lines NE of left value tablet - late state with bottom frame very thin at centre [12R33], BW #88(12)m, Cat $30. [Substituted from 7R9], creased BRC. - retouched upper frame at right [13R56], BW #88(13)j, Cat $15, creased. - diagonal gash below ear [14L3], BW #88(14)d, Cat $15. - triangular flaw in left frame [4L8], BW #88(14)g, Cat $15. 1½d Red Die I scratch below right value tablet etc. [13L55] - white flaw on roo’s paw, plus undescribed diffuse white flaw below roo’s snout, BW #89(13)d, Cat $10. - scalloped lower frame & flaw below right wattles [13R54], BW #89(13)i, Cat $10, pmk partially obscures flaw below wattles. - diagonal gash below King’s ear [14L3], BW #89(14)d, Cat $15. - triangular flaw in left frame [14L8], BW #89(14)g, Cat $10. - diagonal white flaw in right value tablet [14L35], BW #89(14)i, Cat $10. - retouched BRC, state II, with additional white flaw on stem of right wattles [14R58], BW #89(14)ma, tone spot at left. - left arm of Maltese cross rounded plus undescribed constant breaks in 6th & 7th shading lines below right wattle stem, bottom frame etc badly worn [15R57], thinned. - top frame broken left of crown [15R12], BW #89(15)g, Cat $10. - white spot in left side of bottom frame, frame distorted below spot [16R12] - cut lower frame [16L1], BW #89(16)d, Cat $10, some toned perfs. - eight wattles at left [16L7], BW #89(16)e, Cat $10. - white flaw on back of King’s head below LI [17L17] - notch on TRC [17R58] - white flaw between roo’s ear & A [18L55]. - blurred flaws on last A of AUSTRALIA and beak [18R48] - white flaws between ‘AU’ and inside ‘U’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [18R42], BW #89(18)m, light blue staining - 2 white curved lines in front of top serif of large1 in LVT [19R26] - white faced emu [19R40], BW #89(19)m. - white flaw behind King’s neck, 2nd jewel in headband joined to white oval above T of AUST etc [20L56], private perfin. [The hand book has only plated 2 positions on plate 20.] - spot inside bottom of right frame etc [21L20] - perf ‘OS’ with 2 coloured marks in 3rd bloom of left wattles etc [21L28] - white border in TRC extends almost through top frame [21L37] - small round notch on underside of top frame above 2nd left wattle leaf etc [21R56] - vertical scratch through kangaroo’s paw & white flaw in left side of crown [21L10], BW #89(21)ha, Cat $10. - no top to crown [21L29], BW #89(21)j. - “two bills” emu [21R24], BW #89(21)l, Cat $10. - shaved TLC & notch in top frame above right wattle [22L10] - perf ‘OS’ with break in 2nd shading at left of crown near left end [22L14] - white flaw on top of ‘L’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [22L36], small abrasion on roo’s tail. - perf ‘OS’ with white flaw in emu’s back [22L50]. - break near middle of 8th line below King’s neck [22R32], faults. - Cracked cliché - white flaw between 1st bloom of right wattles and top frame extending horizontally through 2nd pearls in crown [22R50 - now considered to be a scratch]. A surprising absence from the catalogued flaws. - white flaw above emu’s foot [22R59] - white scratch through left wattle stem and notched bottom frame under N of PENCE [22L1], BW #89(22)d, stained at top. - blurred flaw in crown [22L7], BW #89(22)f. - block of 4, right vertical pair, with ‘HALEPENCE’ & thin ‘RAL’ retouch [22L22,28], BW #89(22)i,j, Cat $80. - perf ‘OS’ with split lower frame at left and white flaw in right value tablet [22R6], BW #89(22)m. - Eight Wattles retouch - State I [22R44], BW #89(22)p, Cat $10. - ‘Eight Wattles’ retouch - State III [22R44], BW #89(22)pb, Cat $15, couple of toned perfs. - white spots on top of King’s head, base of King’s neck etc [23R30] - large spot on roo’s back behind elbow [23R41] - dark band through lower right design [23L2], BW #89(23)d. - vertical dark band through design [23L8], BW #89(23)f. - dark band through upper right design [23L18], BW #89(23)j, Cat $8. - white flaw below roo’s tail [23L35], BW #89(23)l. - retouched SW corner & flaw in left value tablet [23R2], BW #89(23)m, some light toning. - white flaw on emu’s leg [23R29], BW #89(23)o, tone spot at right. - no top to crown [23R58], BW #89(23)r. - white scratch from beard to bottom frame [23R60], BW #89(23)s. - break in bottom frame below first ‘E’ of ‘PENCE’ [24R21] - large white flaw above left wattles [24L7], BW #89(24)d, couple of minor faults. - white flaw on roo’s leg [24R16], BW #89(24)j. - white flaw on kangaroo’s rump [24L50], BW #89(24)k, Cat $10.

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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 330 F AB1

- spear in right wattles and ‘ALIA’ retouched [24R34], BW #89(24)l, Cat $20. 331 F A C1 - white spot in top frame at left corner - 1st state [24R56], BW #89(24)p, Cat $15. 332 F A C1 - dot between AG of POSTAGE [25-28L6] 333 F A C1 - diagonal cut in top right leaf of right wattles [25-28L36] 334 F A- B1 - small break near centre of 1st full line above emu’s back [2528R27], couple of tone spots at left. 335 V A B1 - notch in right frame near top corner, break in 8th shading line below King’s neck [25-28R48 - not 28] 336 V A A1 - deformed P of HALFPENCE joining F [25-28R56] 337 V A C1 - top frame at left nearly broken by white diagonal flaw [2528R59] 338 F A C1 - 1st 2 lines below emu’s tail weak, no white flaw in emu’s tail [25L51] 339 V A C1 - deformed P of HALFPENCE joining F & small dot below emu’s breast [25R56] 340 F A B1 - E of THREE joined to E of PEN plus small flaw in lowest left wattle leaf etc [28R51] 341 F B B2 - large flaw on crown plus large transient flaw on emu’s breast [25-28L12], BW #89(25-28)d, back stained. 342 F A B1 - eight wattles at left [25-28L26], BW #89(25-28)e. 343 F A C1 - eight wattles at left & small white flaw on left wattle leaf [27L26], BW #89(25-28)e. 344 V A C1 - neckless emu retouch etc [25-28R30], BW #89(25-28)m. 345 F A- C1 - two white flaws in left wattles [27R31], BW #89(25-28)n, Cat $15, couple of tone spots at right. 346 F A B1 - retouch lower right corner and bulge in upper right frame plus weak shading line below LVT etc [26R60], BW #89(25-28)r. 347 F A C1 - white flaw above emu’s tail near white border [29R56] 348 F A C1 - forked white flaw at end of top serif on large 1 in RVT [G15] 349 F A C1 - HR joined & white flaw inside lower end of right frame [H45]. 350 F A B1 - white crescent shaped flaw below RVT etc, State I - A of RAL normal [H55] 351 F A C2 - small flaw midway between A and emu’s head [H101] 352 F A A1 - triangular flaw in shading behind roo’s head etc [H120] 353 F A A1 - round white flaw in TRC of central value tablet [H141] 354 F A AB3 - thick attached compartment line at base of right frame [H218], couple of trimmed perfs. 355 F A C1 2d Orange Die I dent in right frame near base with compartment line [1R4] 356 F A C2 - white flaws above ‘C’ of ‘PENCE’ and left of ‘2’ [BXXI9], BW #95(u)g, Cat $20. 357 ** A B1 2d Red Die I BRC wmk, BW #96, Cat $35. 358 F A B1 - with major ink stripping, striking error. 359 F A B1 - white flaws before ‘T’ of ‘TWO’ & on ‘S’ of ‘POSTAGE’ [11L55], BW #96(11)g, Cat $50. 360 F A B1 - white flaw right of left value tablet and scratch right of right ‘2’ [12AL9], BW #96(12A)d, Cat $20. 361 F A A1 - white flaw in top frame above left wattles [14L23] 362 F A- B1 - retouched face [14L12], BW #96(14)e, Cat $400. 363 F B C2 - perf ‘OS’ with large white flaw below RVT etc [16R36], a few toned perfs. 364 F AC2 2d Red-Brown Die I perf ‘OS’, BW #97ba, Cat $30. 365 ** A B1 3d Blue Die I pale dull violet-blue shade [1L60] marginal single with part imprint, BW #104B, Cat $75. 366 ** A B1 3d Blue Die Ia type A, with partial Mullet imprint & coloured flaw at right edge of oval [3L60], BW #104. 367 F A C1 - type A, with perf ‘OS’, BW #104ba, Cat $25. 368 F A- B1 4d Orange buff-orange shade, BW #110F, Cat $25, mild paper discolouration towards base. 369 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’ shades group of 7, BW #110. 370 G A- C1 - lemon-yellow shade, BW #110C, Cat $30, cancelled with unframed ‘HORSHAM/AU11/16/VICTORIA’. (B1). 371 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW # 110b. 372 ** B B2 4d Violet BW #111, Cat $50, some toning at top, fluffy perfs. 373 F A B1 - BW #111, Cat $25. 374 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #111b, Cat $35. 375 F A B1 - Thin FOUR PENCE [2R12], BW #111(2)ha, Cat $400. 376 F A B2 4d Blue Cooke Plates BW #112, Cat $15, rounded corner. 377 F A B1 4d Olive BW #114, cancelled with ‘NEWCASTLE/9AU24/ [N.S.W.]’ (A2). 378 **/* A- C2 - perf ‘OS’, BW #114ba, Cat $200, vertical pair, top unit small tone spot (*), lower unit (**), somewhat ragged perfs. 379 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #114ba, Cat $20. 380 F A B2 4½d Violet Die I BW #118, Cat $10. 381 F A B1 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Single Line Perf missing right end of shading line behind right wattle, notch in right frame beside value tablet, bump on bottom frame below ‘E’ of ‘PENCE’ & second pearl at left enlarged [1L45], cancelled with ‘WONTHAG[GI]/2/315P 3OC21/VIC’ (A2). 382 * A A1 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Comb Perf orange-brown shade, BW # 123C. 383 * B C1 - dot between ‘LI’ of ‘ALIA’ [1L2], soiled. 384 F A C1 5d Bright Chestnut Die I Rough Paper perf ‘OS’, BW #124, Cat $175, small crease at TLC. 385 ** A C1 1/4d Greenish Blue marginal single with part Mullett imprint, BW #128, Cat $400. 386 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #128ba, Cat $25. 387 * A D1 - Thick ‘1’ [1R57], BW #128m, Cat $350.

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389 DF A B1 390 F A B1 391 F A B1 392 F A- C2

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- white spot on roo’s foot and white flaw in shading below right value tablet [6L57] plus 3rd Wmk 6d blue roo on piece. 1d Red Harrison Printing deep carmine-rose pair BW #74B. - carmine-rose shade with Run ‘N’, BW # 74(4)ra. 1½d Brown Die I white flaw between emu’s leg [7R36], BW #86(7)i, Cat $15.

AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 14 1d Green block of 9, unit 4 large green transient? flaw above AL 393 ** B1 of AUSTRALIA, BW #80, Cat $54++. 394 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW # 80ba. 395 ** A- A1 - plate 4 Mullett imprint block of 4 with ferns & RA joined retouched, BW #80(4)za, minor toning in gutter. 396 **/* A B1 - Ash - N over N plate 4 imprint block of 8 with ferns, RA joined retouched & roo’s tongue out, BW #80(4)zb, Cat $120+, some perf separation. 397 V A A1 1½d Red Die II slurred print, BW #91c, Cat $100. 398 F B C2 - Broken top to crown [4L53], BW #91(4)g, Cat $12, small thin in TRC. [This is prior to the Type B re-entry.] 399 F A B1 2d Red-Brown Die I perf ‘OS’ BW #98ba. 3d Blue Die Ia Type B on Egg Fillers & Containers Pty Ltd cover, 400 *F Acancelled with Melbourne machine of 25OCT27, to Oneida, New York, slight corner discolouration from mounting. 401 V A B1 - type A perf ‘OS’ with wmk inverted, BW #106aa. 402 DF A B2 - white flaws on kangaroo and oval in front [4L13], BW #106j, Cat $50, on piece with 1/- roo, cancelled with ‘POOWONG/10FE27/ VICTORIA’ (A1). 403 ** A C1 4d Olive plate 4 imprint pair, BW #115(4)z, Cat $1800 as block of 4, unit R55 has been corrected as it does not show the diagonal white line on King’s neck, hinged in margin only. 404 F A B1 4½d Violet Die I perf ‘OS’, BW #119b, Cat $90. 405 F A B1 1/4d Greenish Blue BW #129, Cat $150. 406 * B C1 - marginal single with thick 1 at right, BW #129m, Cat $450, gum toned with small thin.

$5 $4 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 13½x12½ $4 407 F A B1 ½d Orange dot right of top of small 1 in left value tablet [9R55] $5 408 * A C2 1d Green ferns [VII/54], BW #81(4)ia, Cat $200. 409 * A C1 1½d Red Die II thin paper block of 4, BW #92aa, Cat $400+. $5 410 F A B1 - slurred print, BW #92cd, Cat $75. 411 F A B1 - upward notch below 2 in left value tablet [1R14] $5 412 F B C1 - split frame left of HALF [1L20], BW #92(1)d, Cat $10. 413 F A- C1 - split in right frame opposite lower portion of left wattles [3R54], $12 BW #92(3)f, odd toned perfs. $25 414 * A B1 - plate dot ‘4’ block of 4, BW #92(4)z, Cat $25. $35 415 * A C1 2d Red Die III Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #102(OS), Cat $20. 416 F A A1 3d Blue Die II perf ‘OS’, BW # 108b. $35 417 * A- B2 - flaws on ‘R’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ & third bloom of left wattle [5R33], BW #108f, Cat $75, couple of tonespots. $14 418 F A A2 - flaws on ‘R’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ & third bloom of left wattle [5R33], $5 BW #108f, Cat $25, couple of short perfs at BRC. $250 419 ** A B1 4d Olive BLC block of 8 [3L49-52,55-58], BW #116, Cat $400+, some perf separation between 2nd & 3rd columns. $5 420 F A B1 4d Olive Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #116(OS), Cat $25. $15 421 F A C1 5d Orange-Brown Die II perf ‘OS’, BW #126b, Cat $25. 422 * A C1 1/4d Greenish Blue BW #130. $50 $50 $14 $15 $75 $10 $10 $15 $12 $25 $200 $6 $10 $110 $15 $5

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AUSTRALIA | KGV - Large Multiple Watermark 388 F A- B1 ½d Green pair, left unit with cracked electro - 2nd state, left wattles to forearm of kangaroo [5L46], BW #65(5)ha, Cat $600, cancelled with framed ‘RIVERSTONE/OC31/1918/N.S.W’ (A1-), minor soiling, crease in non-varietal unit. $400

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AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 13½x12½ | Stamps on Cover 423 *F A A1 1/4d Greenish Blue BW #130, Cat $350, on ‘COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA/AUSTRALIA - ENGLAND/ FIRST OFFICIAL AIRMAIL FLIGHT/from MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA TO LONDON ENGLAND/APRIL/1931’ cachet on back of official cover along with 2d & 3d Kingsford-Smith & 3d Airmail, all cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/12/11P22AP31/VIC’ (A1). $100 AUSTRALIA | KGV - CofA Watermark 424 ** A B1 1d Green vertical strip of 6, all units with dents in bottom frame [I/6,12,18,24,30,36], BW #82(1)d-de, Cat $300, undercatalogued as strip. $240 425 DF A B2 - dent in bottom frame under ‘NN’ of ‘PENNY’ [1L22], BW #82(1)da, Cat $15+, on 1d wrapper cut-out. $12 426 F A B1 - dot before right 1 re-entry [VI/21], BW #82(3)fa. $6 427 F A A1 2d Red Die III long notch in left frame below base of wattles [4R26] $4 428 F A B1 3d Blue Die II spot between ‘ST’ of ‘POSTAGE’, BW #109. $10 429 G A C1 - spur on TRC [7L17]. $5 430 **/* A B1 - BRC plate "dot" block of 4 [8R53-54,59-60], BW #109, Cat $225+. $175 431 F A B1 5d Orange-Brown Die II perf ‘G/NSW’. $25 432 F A B1 - white flaw beside top wattle at left [3L32], BW #127(3). $10 433 V A C1 - white flaw between left wattles and crown [3R18]. $8 434 F A- B1 - 8 wattles at left [3L25], BW #127(3)g, Cat $20, 2 toned perfs at right $10 435 F A A1 - flaw between ‘A’ & ‘G’ of ‘POSTAGE’ [3R20], BW #127(3)i, Cat $20. $12 436 F A B1 5d Orange-Brown Die II Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #127(OS), Cat $50. $25 437 F A B1 1/4d Greenish Blue BW #131, Cat $15. $10 AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals 438 F A A1 1927 Canberra 1½d lake, BW #132W, CTO cancel of 30mm ‘CANBERRA/9MY27/[F.C.T.]’ (A2). $4 439 V A A1 1928 International Philatelic Exhibition Melbourne 3d blue perf ‘OS’ CTO, BW #133wa. $12 440 ** A- B1 1929 WA Centenary 1½d carmine-red, perf ‘OS’, BW #138ba, Cat $15, some light creasing. $10


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1930 Sturt set of 2, perf ‘OS’ CTO, BW #139-40wa, Cat $15. - 1½d carmine-red, perf ‘OS’, BW #139wa. - 1½d carmine-red plate 4 block of 4 (3**), BW # 139zc. - 1½d plate 4 block of 4, BW #139zc, unit 11 is supposed to have re-entry in lower frame but we cannot see it. 1931-38 Kingsford Smith Airmail 6d sepia TRC block of 4, BW #144, Cat $120+ 1932-37 Large Lyrebird block of 4, BW #145, Cat $320, with ‘VG’ perfin (2 reversed & 2 normal). 1934 Macarthur compete set of 4, incl 2d Dark Hills, BW #15760, Cat $49. - 2d Dark Hills, BW #158. - 2d Dark Hills, BW #158, Cat $25, light gum bends not apparent from face. 1934-49 1/6d Hermes thin paper marginal single, BW #163. 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d carmine-red, Ash imprint block of 4, BW #166z, Cat $10, TRC unit has shallow thin. - 3d dull blue block of 4 (2**) with Ash Imprint BW #167zd. - 2/- violet, BW # 168. - 2/- violet BW #168. 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary 2d scarlet block of 4, BW #175, 2**/2*. - set of 3, BW #175-7, Cat $16. 1938-41 KGVI Definitives 1d red-brown QE, No wmk, coil join pair with large & small holes, BW #188bb, Cat $20+. 1938-41 2d Red KGVI Die I Perf 14¾x14 Wmk CofA coil join single with large holes, BW #188bh, Cat $400 as pair. 1941-44 2d Mauve KGVI coil perf pair, BW #189bd, Cat $30. 1937-41 3d Blue KGVI Die I, BW #191, Cat $10. - Die I BW #191. - Die IA, BW #192, Cat $25. - Die II thin paper BW #194. - Die III, BW # 195. 1937-60 6d Kookaburra P14¾x14 Authority imprint block of 4 with perf pip, BW #203zf, some mild toning on rear. 1938-49 Robes Thick Paper set of 3, BW #212,14 & 216. 1938-49 Robes Thin Paper set of 3, BW #213-7, Cat $130. 1941 Surcharges 5½d on 5d Merino, BW #224. 1951 3d Scarlet KGVI coil perf pair, BW #251bb. - complete left booklet pane of 288, BW #251c, Cat $240+, columns 3 & 14 are creased parallel to the perfs from poor folding. 1949-60 1/6d Hermes corner block of 4 with Authority imprint half missing due to printing error, unusual item. 1953 Produce Food 3d green BRC block of 9 & 3½d scarlet top marginal block of 9 [1/5 - 2/7] includes retouch beneath milking cup on cow types II, V & VII, BW #287-92, Cat $60+, one green unit hinged. - 3d green se-tenant strip of 3, BW #289c, wheat has a small central stain in blue. - 3½d red almost complete sheet (C), missing 6 units from TRC of upper pane, with retouch in front of roped leg of 2nd cow [Sh C U3/5 & L3/5], Coloured spur on B of Beef [Sh C U1/6 & L1/ 6](#BW #292d) and all 24 retouch beneath milking cup on cow (BW ##290e-ek), some perf separation and a couple of tonespots. - 3½d butter, with retouch beneath milking cup on cow Type XII [5/6], BW #290ek, Cat $10. 1953-59 QEII Definitives 6½d orange, No wmk, block of 4, BW #299, Cat $12. 1953 Coronation 7½d violet, CTO, BW #301w, Cat $10. 1954 WA Stamp Centenary sheet of 120 with top perf pips & with Retouch to BLC [UrSh 2/11] & Retouch to TRC [7/10], BW #313, Cat $80, cancelled with vertical crease along central perfs. 1955 SA Stamp Centenary 3½d green with weak star in right corner, BW #330d, Cat $25, couple of mild tone spots, mostly along bottom edge. 1957 Christmas set of 2 in left corner blocks of 4 including 3½d red with re-entry to ISTMAS, TRALI & star [ShA 10/1], BW #338d, Cat $40. 1959-66 QEII Definitives 5d deep blue, coil perf block of 4, BW #355bh, Cat $75. - 5d deep blue, part plate 2 block of 6 with coil perf, BW #355z, Cat $1000 for block of 8, hinged in margin only. [ACSC notes only 4 or 5 examples known. Apparently all copies are part numbers as the sheets were all separated in half.] 1959-66 Native Flora set of 6, 2/3d Wattle, white paper has Helecon pink reaction, BW #366-72, Cat $28. - 2/5d Banksia, BW #371. 1959 Post Office with roller flaw under cross-bar of second ‘F’ of ‘OFFICE’ [ShD 2/1-8 or 3/1-8], BW #374d, Cat $20. 1963-66 QEII Definitives 5d green, block of 48 with Plate 1 (dashes) and both perf pips, BW #400za, Cat $100++, as block of 6. - 5d Red Helecon ink, coil perf strip of 14 with 2 joins, BW #402bb, Cat $175+. 1963-66 Navigators 10/- Flinders, white paper, BW #407B. 1963-66 Birds 1/6d Galah ordinary paper block of 4, BW # #416. - 2/5d Blue Wren, white paper block of 4, BW #419. - 2/5d Blue Wren, white paper, BW #419. 1965 Churchill complete lower sheet of 48 with retouch through ‘ALIA’ [LrSh 1/11], retouch below ‘STR’ [3/4] & retouch over ‘AL’ [3/10], BW #430e,f,g, Cat $85+, with sheet number ‘082230’, 2 vertical folds along perfs at cols 3-4 & 6-7. - retouch below STR of AUSTRALIA, BW #430f, Cat $20. 1965 Sir John Monash block of 29 (6x5 with BLC unit removed) showing top & bottom selvedge, BW #432.

$14 $4 $40 $45 $60 $225 $25 $5 $15 $4 $5 $25 $75 $35 $4 $10 $15 $80 $20 $6 $35 $15 $30 $40 $7 $85 $70 $4 $15 $150 $75

$45 $3

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1965 Christmas complete upper pane sheet of 60, with brown & blue autotron bars & no sheet number, BW #435z,zc, Cat $56+, 3 vertical creases along perf lines.

AUSTRALIA | Decimal Issues 497 V A Range of CTO Miniature Sheets incl Shanghai ‘97, 2002 Namatjira, 2001 Parl Centenary pr, 1999 Children’s TV, 1998 Butterfly, 2002 QEII Jubilee, 2001 Rock Australia, 2001 Hong Kong Joint Issue, 2001 Centenary of Federation, 2000 Space, 2000 Towards Federation, 1998 Rock and Roll, 1999 Celebrate 2000, 1997 Breast Cancer, 1998 Heart Health, 1996 Alf Centenary, 1996 Atlanta Sydney Handover & 2000 Face of Australia. (19) 498 ** A B1 1966-73 QEII Definitives 4c red block of 4 showing plate No 21, BW # 438zec. 499 ** A - 4c red helecon ink, block of 4 showing lower plate number ‘-21’, BW #439zee, Cat $30 (for block of 20 with perf pips). 500 ** A- B1 - 4c red helecon paper in pair with slogan tab ‘Post your/Parcels -/pack, wrap,/and tie/securely’, BW #442ca, Cat $12, small pencil mark at top of tab. 501 ** A B1 - 4c red helecon paper, in pair with slogan tab ‘Send Money/ Securely/by Money/Order/Service’, BW #442cb, Cat $12. 502 ** A B1 - 4c red helecon paper, in pair with slogan tab ‘9 x 4in. and/5¾ x 3½ in./envelopes/speed/your mail’, BW #442ce, Cat $12. 503 * A A1 1966-68 Bird Definitives 30c Straw-necked Ibis, BW #459, Cat $15. 504 ** A A1 - 30c Ibis, BW #459, Cat $15. 505 ** A A1 1966-74 Navigators 40c Tasman marginal example BW #460. 506 ** A A1 - 75c Cook, marginal block of 6. 507 ** A B1 - 75c Cook bottom marginal block of 10, right pane, showing 100% plate number ‘3’ & perf pip, BW #462zg, Cat $30, vertical line between 3 & 4 and through margin, has been folded through vertical perfs. 1968 Floral Emblems set in corner blocks of 4 BW #483-8. 508 ** A 509 ** A A1 - 15c Tasmanian Blue Gum block of 4, BW #485. 510 ** A A1 - 20c Sturt’s Desert Pea, block of 4, BW #486, Cat $26. 511 * A A1 - 20c Sturt’s Desert Pea, BW #486. 512 ** A A1 - 25c Cooktown Orchid, block of 4, BW #487. 513 ** A A1 - 30c Waratah, 2 blocks of 4, 1st cylinders & 2nd cylinders, BW #488, Cat $13. 514 ** A B1 1968 Famous Australians set with Tabs BW #495-8. (4) 515 ** A A1 1969 Primary Industry set of 4. (4) 1969 England-Australia Flight Anniversary marginal se516 ** A tenant block of 9 BW #515cb. 517 * B 1970-74 Floral Coils 7c Desert Pea, 500 coil starter, BW #535ca, Cat $50. 518 ** A A1 1971 Australia - Asia 15c music, BLC single with retouch in green under right end of didgeridoo [UP 5/1], BW #553e, Cat $15. 519 ** A A1 1971 Aboriginal Art 35c grave posts, White paper, BLC block of 4, BLC unit with retouched ‘AR’ of ‘ART’ [L5/1], BW #570f, Cat $12. 520 * A A1 1971 Christmas set of 7, Cream paper, BW #572-8, Cat $30. 521 ** A- B1 - 7c mauve & rust, with retouch in rust left of ‘AU’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ - State II [RP5/2], BW #573da, Cat $35, some light toning. 522 ** A A1 1972-76 Rehabilitation set of 4 in blocks of 4, BW #595-9. 523 ** A A1 - 12c Cream paper, TRC block of 6, TRC with weakness to lower portion of wheel [U1/3] & broken spoke in upper right of wheel [U2/2], BW #595d,e, Cat $16. 524 ** A A1 - 24c, White paper, BRC block of 6, TLC unit with diagonal white line on ball [L3/9] (only catalogued in BW with retouch on this paper) & BRC unit with light dotted area between ball & ‘RE’ of ‘REHABILITATION’ [L5/10], BW #599f,h, TRC unit with white dot over H of ‘REHABILITATION’ [L4/10]. 525 ** A A1 1972 Accountants left marginal block of 4, with sheet number, BW #605, TRC unit with retouch above ‘al’ of ‘International [RP7/2] & BRC unit with retouch below ‘Co’ of ‘Congress’ [RP8/2]. 526 ** A A1 - right marginal block of 4, BRC unit with retouch around ‘gr’ of ‘Congress’ [LP6/5], BW #605f, TRC unit with retouch below ‘nal’ of ‘International’ [LP5/5]. 527 ** A A1 1972-76 Pioneer Life set of 7 in blocks of 4, Cream paper, BW #606-19, Cat $18.40. 528 ** A A1 - 5c on Cream paper BRC block of 4 with red dot on girls mouth, BW #606k. 529 ** A- A1 - 5c Society, Cream paper, bottom marginal block of 4, with sheet number, BW #606za. 530 ** A A1 - 5c Society, White paper, top marginal block of 4, BW #607, TRC unit with light area at bottom right [LP1/2]. 531 ** A A1 - 40c shelter, Cream paper, bottom block of 10, bottom row with horizontal retouches [R10/2-5], BW #612ia, Cat $45. 532 ** A A1 - 60c communications, White paper, right marginal gutter block of 8, BW #614, with right column showing extended vertical weakness [UP9/10-LP2/10] 533 ** A A1 - 60c communications, White paper, BRC block of 6, BW #614, with right column showing extended vertical weakness [LP3-5/ 10] along with similar flaw at [LP5/9] 534 ** A A1 - 50c transport, White paper, BW #615, Cat $15, with black dot on window blind [R4/1]. 535 ** A A1 - 50c transport, White paper, right marginal block of 4, TRC unit with retouch under horse’s hind legs [R3/5] & BLC unit with white flaws on horse’s blinker & neck [R4/4], BW #615d,e, Cat $30. 536 ** A A1 - 80c commerce, White paper, left marginal block of 6 with sheet number, centre top with retouch under bow of ship [L6/2], TRC with retouch over smoke stack of steamer [L6/3], BW #619d,e, bottom row with horizontal white line across stamps [L7/1-2].

$50

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- 80c commerce, White paper, BLC block of 4, TRC with retouch left of ‘80c’ [L9/2] & BLC with retouch in lower left corner below ‘Pio’ of ‘Pioneer’ [L10/1], BW #619f,g, Cat $24. 1973-80 Marine Life 1c banded coral shrimp KP6T paper, BLC block of 4, BW #636, BRC unit with dark spot on shrimp. - 2c Coral Crab, BRC block of 4 with partial colour bar strip, BW #637, with retouch right of right leg [R10/1]. 1974 UPU 7c & 30c overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’ & backprinted ‘PHILAS/HOUSE/APPEAL/...’ on Philatelic Association of NSW card, BW #676-7, card mount plastic slightly torn. 1974 Christmas 10c pair with Plate ‘4’ at left, BW # 680zf. - 10c, Plate ‘5’ left marginal number & perf pip block of 4, BW #680zh, Cat $20. - 10c block of 4 with Plate 5 right, BW #680zi, Cat $20, a few spots of rust. 1974 Education 5c Pre-School, strip of 3, BW #682, with horizontal line in yellow. 1975-78 Wildflowers set of 2 in blocks of 8, BW #725,727. 1975 Christmas 15c bottom marginal block of 6, with black spot on chalice [ShA L4/5], BW #730d, Cat $10, also with unlisted weakness in blue at bottom of gown [ShA L4/7] & small spot under ‘E’ of ‘OBRIEN’ [ShA L5/6] 1976 Explorers 18c Warburton, TLC block of 4, with cream dot & line in margin under saddle [L2/2], BW #740d, Cat $15+, also with retouch to ‘R’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [L2/1]. 1976 Olympics 25c diving, thin black lettering, left marginal block of 4 with weakness in blue shirt [L7/1] & large light area through background at right [L7/2], BW #745d,e, Cat $30. 1976 Australian Scenes 5c Richmond Bridge, corner blocks of 6 in both papers, BW #747,a. - 50c Mount Buffalo, TRC blocks of 6 in both papers, BW #750,a, Cat $10. 1977-89 Paintings $2 Wallaby Track, $5 McMahon’s Point & $10 Coming South, with ‘SPECIMEN’ opts in red, BW #776x,780x,786x, Cat $15. 1978 Australia Day 18c sheet number block of 6, BW #789zb, left pane, some slight toning along perf lines. 1978-84 Birds 22c Kingfisher marginal strip of 5 with colour bars, BW #807, each unit with triangular blue flaw next to left wing. 1978 National Stamp Week 80c minisheet in Australian Stamp Promotion Council booklet, BW #824. 1980 National Stamp Week M/S Optd Sydpex 80 National Stamp Exhibition plated set of 25, BW #879, Cat $40. (25) 1980 Aircraft 22c pair one with large red dot on wing (ShA L6/34), BW #883e, Cat $10. - 22c pair one with large red dot on wing [ShA L6/3-4], BW #883e, Cat $10. 1985-86 Kangaroo Frama 33c 2000 p/c, 5c 2601 p/c, 1c, 5c 33c x2 no p/c, BW #1122. 1989 Stampshow 89 Presentation Port in ceramic jug 250ml black design (issued in three colours black, blue & green with black being the scarcest colour ). 1989-90 Frill-Necked Lizard Frama $1 with Essen ‘90 logo opt, BW #1435. 1993 Trains 45c Peel and Stick strip of six. 1993 Australian Wildlife set. (4) 1993 Australia Day 45c se-tenant pair & gutter pair. (4) 1994-2000 Counter Printed Stamps - Kangaroos & Koalas 45c joined strip of six with Aeropex overprint. 1994-97 Kangaroos & Koalas 45c Peel & Stick set. (6) 1995 Valentine’s Day 45c marginal block of two se-tenant horizontal strips of 5, BW #1834c (10) 1995 United Nations set. (4) 1995 The World Down Under 45c vertical se-tenant pairs (x3) set plus M/S, BW #1884-90. 1996 Olympic Handover 45c sheetlet of 10. 1996 Pets set. (6) 2000 Gardens 45c sheetlet, BW #2290z. 2000 Queen’s Birthday Stamp pack (sheetlet of ten), BW #2297w, Cat $10. 2005 Parrots se-tenant gutter block of 10. 2004 Athens Olympics 50c Swimming block of 4.

AUSTRALIA | Booklets 1949-50 2/6d KGVI 2½d scarlet, BW # B55. 575 ** A 576 ** A 1949 2/6d KGVI 2½d red BW #B55. 577 ** A 1953-57 QEII 3/6d 3½d carmine-red CofA wmk, BW # B57. - 3½d carmine-red No wmk, BW # B58. 578 ** A 579 ** A 1957-59 QEII 4/- 4d claret with British Empire on inside front cover, BW # B60. 1959-60 4/- QEII 4d lake, BW # B61 Cat $50. 580 ** A 581 * C 1967-68 Vietnam 5c Thornbill from panes of 50 attached at left with sheet number, BW #B128Aa, Cat $90, toned. - 5c QEII B129aa. 582 * A 583 ** A 1972-73 70c Prime Ministers BW #B138d (Cook & Bruce panes). 584 ** A 1988 $3.90 Tourism CPL paper, BW #B158, Cat $12, reddish tint on cover. 1988 Tourism $3.90 CPL paper, BW #B158, Cat $12. 585 ** A 586 ** A 1988 Australian Crafts 80c Harrison paper, BW #B159. 587 ** A - 80c on Harrison paper, BW #B159. 588 ** A - 80c on Harrison paper BW #B159. - $2 Harrison paper BW #B161, Cat $6. 589 ** A 590 ** A 1989 $3.90 Fishing Leigh-Mardon left-hand perf CPL paper, BW #B163, Cat $7. 591 ** A 1989 Erban Development $3.00 original printing, BW #B168A, Cat $6.

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- $3 1k reprint, BW #B168B, Cat $6. $5 1989 Trams Stampshow 89 $8, BW #B169, Cat $14, ticket attached. $10 1989 Christmas $3.60 Leigh-Mardon printing BW #B170, Cat 594 ** A $7. $5 595 ** A 1990 $4.10 Thinking of You original print, BW #B171. $6 596 ** A !990-92 Heidleberg Heritage $2, BW #B176, Cat $4.5. $4 1991 $7.60 Christmas BW #177. 597 ** A $12 598 ** A 1990 $3.80 Christmas BW #B178, Cat $10. $6 599 ** A - with Sydney Stamp & Coin show overprint BW #B178c. $12 600 ** A 1992 Wetlands $2, 1k reprint, BW #B185B, Cat $4. $4 601 ** A 1993 Trains $4.50 BW #B190. $8 602 ** A - $4.50, Queensland Stamp & Coin Show opt, BW #B190cc, Cat $15. $10 1994 Thinking of You $4.50 white paper incorporating helecon, 603 ** A BW #B194, Cat $9. $8 A - $4.50 Overprint Melbourne Stamp & Coin Show/11-13 604 Feburary 1994 BW #B194c, Cat $10. $10 1994 Australian Zoos $4.50, BW #B199, Cat $18. 605 ** A $15 606 ** A 1995 Australia Remembers 45c x 10, BW #B202, Cat $12. $10 - $4.50 booklet, BW #B202, Cat $12. 607 ** A $6 608 ** A 1996 Pets $4.50, BW #B225, Cat $12. $6 1997 $4.50 Greetings - Roses 45c x 10, BW #B227, Cat $10. 609 ** A $7 1997 Classic Cars $4.50, BW #B228. 610 ** A $5 611 ** A 1997 Wetland Birds $4.50 Peel & Stick, BW #B230A, Cat $9. $6 612 ** A 1998 $4.50 Greetings - Champagne Roses 45c x 10, BW #B234. $6 613 ** A 1998 $4.50 Farming Australia 45c x 10c, BW #B235, Cat $12. $10 1998 $4.50 Planet Ocean Barcode 202088, general stock, BW 614 ** A #B238A, Pfeffer #B217a, Cat $30. $20 615 ** A 1999 $4.50 Arthur Boyd 45c x 10c, philatelic barcode, BW #B240B. $6 1999 Roses $4.50, philatelic barcode, BW #B241B. 616 ** A $5 2000 Australian Legends $4.50, BW #B250, Cat $10. 617 ** A $6 618 ** A 2000 Olympic Games $4.50, BW #B252, Cat $9. $6 2001 $4.50 Desert Birds philatelic barcode, with APTA 619 ** A Melbourne Stamp & Coin Show opt, No 331, Pfeffer #B237(1), Cat $65. $50 620 ** A 2003 Silver Jubilee $5.00 with non-philatelic barcode, one unit has constant large red flaw above 50c APTA Melbourne July 2003 opt #227. $100 AUSTRALIA | Postage Dues 621 * B A1 1902 Converted NSW Plates 4d emerald P11.8x11½, BW #D11, touch of toning on reverse, Cat $40. $20 622 * A A1 - 6d emerald, BW # D13. $65 623 F A B1 1902-04 Design Completed Wmk Crown/NSW 2d emerald P11.8x11, BW #D26, mss cancel. $4 624 V A B1 - 5/- P11.8x11, BW #D49, Cat $50. $30 625 * A B1 1909-10 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thick Paper 4d rose-red & green, BW # D85. $25 626 G A B1 - 6d deep rose-red & green P12.2x12.4, BW #D86, Cat $10. $6 627 F A C2 - 5/- rose-red & green, BW #D90, Cat $70. $20 628 * A B1 1922-30 Wmk 3rd Crown/A 1d carmine & pale yellow-green, BW # D106. $5 629 * A B1 - 4d carmine & pale yellow-green P14, BW # D110. $40 630 * A B1 1931-37 Wmk C of A 2d carmine & yellow-green P11, BW # D117. $8 631 ** A- B1 1946-56 Redrawn Value Plates 1/- top marginal vertical block of 10, BW #D138, Cat $160, light horizontal crease across 2 central units, toned in top selvedge. $100 632 F A A1 1953-59 New Value Plates For Shilling Values 5/- Die II marginal block of 6, BW # D142. $30 633 F A A1 - 5/- bright brownish red and deep green Die II block of 8 cancelled by Alexandria cds of 2 AU62, BW #D142. $40 634 F A B1 1958-63 No Wmk ½d red & green vertical pair, BW #D143, Cat $12. $8 635 ** A B1 - ½d red & green, Die II, BW #D144. $4 636 ** A B1 - ½d Die II large interpaneau block of 60 (Rows 7-12), BW #D144c, Cat $600+ (Retail is $600+). $300 637 ** A A1 - 4d Die I marginal unit, BW # D148. $10 638 F A B1 - 8d red & green, Die I, BW #D153, Cat $18. $12 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery 639 *** A Lettergram: Priority Mail Window faced envelope in blue. $20 - illustrated lettergram card ‘Goodbye & Good Luck’. 640 *** A $25 - illustrated lettergram card ‘Get Well Soon’. 641 *** A $25 642 *** A - illustrated lettergram card ‘Happy Birthday’. $25 - illustrated lettergram card with Coat Of Arms and inside 643 *** A illustration of Golden Wattle and the words to Advance Australia Fair’. $25 644 *** A - illustrated lettergram card ‘Happy Valentines Day with inside illustration leaping frogs. $25 645 *** A - illustrated lettergram card with inside illustration of a bouquet of roses. $25 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 646 *** A 1911 KGV Fullface 1d red heading begins ‘ADDRESS ONLY...’ , ASC #P1. $60 - 1d red with heading beginning ‘The left half...’ ASC P3. $80 647 *** A 648 *F A 1917-30 KGV Sideface ‘THREE/HALFPENCE’ on 1d red with divided face used to Bendigo in 1939 ASC P17. $15 649 *** A 1943-52 KGVI Sideface 2d violet on cream, ASC #P38. $15 1953-57 QEII Sideface 3d green Die I ASC #P41, light CTO 650 *F A Melbourne 1JY53 First Day of Issue. $35 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Official) 1925 KGV Sideface 1d green Die III perf ‘OS/NSW’ creased at 651 *F B left used by Lands Department in 1928, scarce official perfin. $60


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AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 652 *F A1913 Kangaroo & Map 1d Die II greyish maroon with scene ‘Avon River York WA’, used in 1914 with fine ‘247’ duplex of Rosedale Victoria, couple of minor faults ASC L6. 1918-30 KGV Sideface Two Pence on 1½d red ASC L37. 653 *** A 1943-51 KGVI Sideface 2½d red text removed from inside, ASC 654 *** A #L45, Cat $45. 655 *** A - 3½d red ASC L49. 1953-59 QEII Sideface 3½d Die I cancelled Melbourne 1JY53 656 *F A being first Day of Issue in Melbourne ASC L50. - 4d claret Admonition within in claret, ASC #L56. 657 *** A 658 *F A 1960-65 QEII Facing Right 5d blue, ASC #L59, lightly cancelled, to Carrum, Vic. 1966-80 QEII Decimal 4c red, cream within L61. 659 *** A AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 660 *** A1916-20 KGV Embossed Octagon Without ‘Postage’ 1d red on cream, ASC #E5, very minor light stain on face. - 2d orange cancelled M O Rushworth in 1933, roughly opened 661 *F B ASC E9. 662 *** A 1928-36 KGV Embossed Oval Two Pence on 1½d red, blue within ASC E20a. 1953-56 QEII Embossed Large Die 3½d red, ASC #E32, 663 *F A cancelled with ‘GOSFORD/130PM/19APR/1956/N.S.W. AUST’ machine, to Melbourne. - 3½d red, ASC #E32, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/11PM/ 664 *F A 17OCT/1955/VIC·AUST - KEEP T.B. AT BAY/HAVE A CHEST XRA[Y]’ machine, to Tatts. - 4d carmine, with senders address on backflap, ASC #E34, 665 *F A cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/19OCT/930PM/1956/VIC·AUST KEEP T.B. AT BA[Y]/HAVE A CHEST X-R[AY]’ machine, to East Finchley, England. 666 *F A 1957-65 QEII Embossed Small Die 4d carmine, with senders address on backflap, ASC #E36, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 930PM/5JLY/1957/VIC.AUST. - SPONSOR A/BRITISH MIGRANT’ machine, to East Finchley, England. 667 *F A - 5d light blue on buff, ASC #E38, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/ 1215AM/8/1NOV/8/1960/N.S.W. AUST. - BLOOD DONORS/ ARE/URGENTLY NEEDED’. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1929 KGV Embossed Oval 1d green window faced envelope, 668 *F A WM #PE47, used in 1931. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 669 *F A 1915-25 KGV Sideface 4½d on 5d (R14 - with ‘ADDRESS HEREUNDER...’ and dotted lines), ASC #R17, cancelled at Kooringa in 1924 with large red registration label. 670 *F B - 4½d on 5d ‘envelpe’ error, ASC #R18a, Cat $100, cancelled ‘HINTON/27JE24/N[.S.W]’ (B2) with red C2 registration label (fault), addressee partly erased. 671 *F A - 4½d violet with ‘envelpe’ error, ASC #R20a, cancelled with ‘HAMILTON/24JE24/N.S.W’ (b1) with red N6 registration label. 1928-30 KGV Embossed Oval 5d brown used from Mortlake 672 *F A Victoria in 1935 ACS R27. 673 *F A - 5d brown Registered Elizabeth Street Melbourne in 1935 ASC R27. 674 *F A1938-51 KGVI Embossed Oval 5d brown with provisional West Melbourne Registration label used in 1938 ASC R38, few minor stains. 675 *F A - 5½d brown on cream, rounded flap, used in Portarlington in 1944 ASC R33. 676 *F A - 1/0½d brown on cream, ASC #R37, cancelled with ‘WODONGA/23MY52/VIC-AUST’ (B1) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. 1953-65 QEII Embossed Circle 1/0½d brown on cream used 677 *F A from Mordialloc Victoria in 1955 ASC R38. 678 *F A - 1/0½d brown on cream, ASC #R38, cancelled with ‘ESSENDON WEST/19MY56/VIC’ (A1-) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. - 1/0½d brown on cream, ASC #R38, cancelled with 679 *F A ‘FAIRFIELD/14JA56/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. - 1/0½d red on cream, ASC #R38, cancelled with 680 *F A ‘GORMANSTON/1AU57/TAS-AUST’ (A1-) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. 681 *F A 1966-67 QEII Decimal Embossed Circle 24c green on yellow, text includes ‘£50’, ASC #R46, cancelled with light ‘DEER PARK/ 26JY66/VIC-AUST’ (A1-), to Tatts. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1945 KGVI 7d blue on grey ‘AIRLETTER’, ASC #A2, cancelled 682 *F A with ‘AIR MAIL SECTION/1/1230P15JY49/MELBOURNE-VIC’ (A1-), to New York, USA 1954 Plane on Globe 10d in red on blue with boxed 683 *F A ‘AEROGRAMME’, ASC #A7, cancelled by Brisbane machine of 29JLY1954, commercially used to England 684 *F A 1960 10d Jet with ‘Overseas Service’ at TLC, ASC #A14, cancelled with Melbourne machine, 23JUL1964. 1964 10d Jet with ‘Overseas Service’, on light blue stock, ASC 685 ** A #A14a. 686 *F A 1961 Christmas 10d blue & red, ASC #A15, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/QLD. AUST/10/530PM/5JAN/1962/10/AIRMAIL’ (A1-) machine, to Inglewood, California. 1963 Royal Visit 10d green & red on blue, ASC #A19, cancelled 687 *F A with Canberra machine of 2NOV1953, to Cornish Flat, New Hampshire.

688 *F A $50 $32 $30 $20

689 *F A 690 *F A

1967 Tail of Plane 10c blue & pale orange, ‘OVERSEAS SERVICE’, ASC #A27, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/25JAN/ 1215PM8/VIC. AUST.’ (A1), to Jerusalem, Israel. 1970 Qantas Anniversary 10c, ASC #A34, cancelled with poor North Perth of 1971, to Toronto, Ontario. 1971 Jet 10c, larger format, 4 line admonition, ASC #A35, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/30SEP/3 1130PM 3/1971/VIC3000’ (A1-) machine, to Cornish Flat, New Hampshire.

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$5 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers $50 691 *F A 1930-50 KGVI 1½d green 138mm wide, ASC #W16. $20 $25 - 2½d brown on buff ASC 21, unfolded. 692 *** A $25 1953-65 QEII Pre-Decimal 5d blue, ASC #W22, cancelled with 693 *F A $5 ‘STONES CORNER /315P7NO63/QLD-AUST’ (B1). $5 $15 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wartime 694 *** A 1967 QEII 5c Indigo Air Letter, ASC #X1.15, folded. $30 1916 Australian Imperial Force KGV Sideface 1d red Die I 695 *** A $50 letter card, with ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE’, ASC #X2.1, Cat $350, unused but sealed. $150 $30 696 *** B - KGV Sideface 1d red Die I envelope, with ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE’, ASC #X2.3a, Cat $350, some light creasing $40 & surface abrasion at right of stamp $150 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous 697 ** A 1946 Food Parcel Labels 5/10d pale blue cut-out. $55 $5 AUSTRALIA | Telegram Forms 698 *F A 1906 Postmaster General’s Department Victoria use of red $5 Telegram to Melbourne with fine GPO Telegraph Branch cds. $65 AUSTRALIA | First Day Covers 1927 Canberra 1½d two singles tied to plain FDC by Vic cds 699 *F A 9MY27. $60 $5 1937 3d Blue KGVI Die I tied to plain FDC by Adelaide machine 700 *F A cancel 2 AUG 1937. $80 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary set tied to Official illustrated FDC 701 *F A by Camberwell of 1OC37. $35 $6 702 *F A 1946 Peace set tied to plain FDC by Carlton cds 18FE46. $15 703 *F A 1947 1d Princess block of 4 tied to illustrated cover by Donald cds 20NO47. $4 $30 1949 Henry Lawson 2½d pair on Miller Bros illustrated FDC in 704 *F A black & green, cancelled with light North Nailsworth, SA, neat mss address. $15 $30 705 *F A 1953 Coronation set of 3 on illustrated FDC by unknown cachet maker, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE C.1/30/5P25MY53/VICAUST’ (A1-), mss addressed to Reade Park, SA. $25 706 *F A1953 Young Farmers 3½d block of 4 on Southern Cross $50 illustrated FDC, cancelled with GPO Sydney of 3SE53, neat mss address to Darling Point, NSW, some slight toning around edges of stamps. $15 $50 707 *F A 1953 Tasmania Sesquicentenary Haslem illustrated FDC with set tied by Geelong West of 23SE53. $16 1954 Railway Centenary 3½d lake on Southern Cross FDC in $40 708 *V A green & black, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/7/1215P13SE54/ VIC-AUST’ (A1), unaddressed. $45 $15 709 *F A 1956 Olympics set on four individual VPA illustrated Olympic FDC’s all with Melbourne cds 31 OC 56, unaddressed. (4) $50 $25 710 *V A 1957 Royal Flying Doctor 7d blue on Royal illustrated FDC in green & red, cancelled with ‘CLARENCE STREET/ 21AU57/N.S.W. AUST’ (A1-), unaddressed. $45 $15 711 *V A - 7d blue on Wesley illustrated FDC in green & gold, cancelled $10 with ‘APPLETHORPE/21AU57/Q’LD AUST’ (A1), unaddressed. $15 712 *F A 1958 5½d War Memorial Pair tied to illustrated Royal FDC by Moorooka of 10FE58. $15 1958 Christmas illustrated Wesley FDC with Christmas pair tied $14 713 *F A by cds 5NO58. $15 $12 714 *F A 1959 QEII 4d tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Adelaide of 2FEB59. $10 1960 Girl Guide Jubilee 5d blue, tied to illustrated FDC by East 715 *F A Geelong cds 18AU60. $12 $15 1960 NT Exploration 5d pink on generic APO FDC, cancelled 716 *F A with Clarence St FDoI of 21SEP60, with neat typed address, to Rotterdam, Holland. $12 $3 717 *F A 1963 Canberra 5d tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Adelaide cds 8MAR63, unaddressed. $25 $12 1963 Export 5d pair tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Adelaide 718 *F A of 28AUG63. $15 1964 5/- Navigator tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Russell St 719 *F A $6 of 25NO64. $15 720 *V A1965 5d Red QEII on Wesley FDC in pink & gold, cancelled with Russell St, Vic FDoI, unaddressed. $8 1966 QEII 1c, 2c and 3c tied to APO FDC by Russell Street cds 721 *F A 14FE66. $30 $15 722 *F A 1966 QEII Definitives 1c to 4c incl 3c & 4c multi-coloured coils tied to APO FDC by Adelaide cds 14 FEB 66, typed address. $35 1966 4c Red QEII tied to APO FDC by Russell Street cds 14 723 *F A $8 FE66. $30 724 *F A 1969 ILO 5c pair tied to Wesley illustrated FDC by Melbourne of $10 4JUN69, neat typed address. $15 725 *F A 1970 Royal Visit set tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Croydon $35 cds 31MAR 1970, unaddressed. $20 1970 Grassland Congress 5c on APO FDC, cancelled with 726 *V AAdelaide FDoI, neat typed address, light toning around stamp. $25 $6 727 *V A 1970 Captain Cook 5c se-tenant strip & 30c tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Russell St of 20AP70. $25 728 *F A 1970 Floral Coils 6c QE II & 6c Floral coil tied to illustrated $5 Wesley FDC by Clarence Street cds 28SEP70, unaddressed. $15 1970 Qantas set tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Clarence 729 *F A Street of 2 NOV70, unaddressed. $15


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 730 *F A B1 731 *F A A1 732 * 1 733 * A 734 * A 735 *V A 736 * A 737 * A 738 * A 739 * A 740 * A 741 *F A 742 *F A

1976 Australian Scenes 50c Mount Buffalo on illustrated APO FDC, cancelled with Canberra City FDoI of 25AUG1976, to Ede, Netherlands by air, neat typed address. 1976 Christmas 45c on APO FDC, cancelled with Canberra City FDoI on 1NOV1976, to Maarssen, Netherlands by air. 1980 Christmas 28c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Gosford FDI of 1OCT1980. - 15c & 60c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Sydney South FDI of 3NOV1980. 1980 Australia Day on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Lilydale FDI of 23JAN1980. 1981 complete year set of Australia Post covers. (13) 1983 Australian Folklore se-tenant strip of 5 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Gosford FDI of 3AUG1983. 1983 Explorers set of 4 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Mount Isa FDI of 26SEP1983. 1985 Electronic Mail 33c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Brisbane FDI of 18SEP1985. 1985 Christmas 45c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Chatswood FDI of 18SEP1985. - set of 4 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Brisbane FDI of 1NOV1985 1990 Christmas set tied to APO FDC by Yarra Glen Pictorial Canc 31 October 1990. 1993 Trains 45c set Peel & Stick tied to APO FDC by Haymarket Pictorial Canc 1June 1993.

AUSTRALIA | Maximum Cards 1950 8½d Aborigine tied to illustrated PPC by NSW cds 9SE59, 743 *V A early maximum card.

765 *V A $6 $10 $2 $2 $2 $6

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$35 AUSTRALIA | Commemorative Covers 744 *F A 1934 Victorian Centenary and Sixth Australasian Philatelic Exhibition illustrated cover with 2d Vic Centenary tied by two strikes of first day of Exhibition Special Postmark 8NOV1934. $30 1934 6th Australian Philatelic Exhibition Registered cover 745 *F Awith adhesives tied by Exhibition cancel 8NOV1934 with Exhibition cinderella label at left, few minor stains. $45 746 *F A- A1- 1938 8th Australian Philatelic Exhibition hexagonal ‘AUSTRALIA’S 150th ANNIVERSARY/SYDNEY/4AP38/N.S.W./ PHILATELIC EXHIBITION’ on 3d blue KGV & 2d scarlet SA Centenary on illustrated souvenir cover with Exhibition registration label, some toning around stamp edges. $100 747 *F A1940 Story Bridge Opening ½d orange pair & 2d red cancelled on 6JL40, with Storey Bridge cinderella on face, to Victoria. $60 748 *F A 1947 P.I.C.A.O. ‘P.I.C.A.O/5FE47/MELBOURNE·AUST’ on 3½d Mitchell on unaddressed cover $25 749 *F A 1947 Newcastle 150th Anniversary Philatelic Exhibition Registered cover to Fiji with Souvenir sheet and Newcastle set tied by Exhibition cancel 8SE47 (First Day of set), nice cover. $50 1948 Scout Jamboree Yarra Brae light hexagonal ‘PAN750 *F B PACIFIC SCOUT JAMBOREE./VIC/29DEC48/AUST/YARRABRAE’ (A1-) cancelling 2½d red-brown on Rex Bodin illustrated souvenir cover, handstamped address, assorted hinge marks on reverse & some discolouration to face. $25 751 *F A1950 ANPEX 100 years block of 4 on Anpex registered Wide World illustrated souvenir cover in blue cancelled with large double-circle ANPEX cancel (B1 backstamp), bearing exhibition label on reverse, cancelled 4OC50, some toning, largely on reverse. $25 752 *F A 1956 Olympex Philatelic Exhibition illustrated cover with 4d Olympics tied by two strikes of Exhibition cancel 24 Nov 1956, unaddressed. $30 753 *F A 1956 Olympics 7½d Olympics tied to illustrated VPA Souvenir cover by Richmond Park Shot Put Pictorial of 22 Nov 1956. $15 754 *F A - 7½d Olympics tied to illustrated Wesley cover by Richmond Park Boxing Pictorial of 22 Nov 1956. $15 1965 International Crystallographic Meeting 2 strikes of 755 *F A 16AUG1965 on 2d & Cocos 3d on addressed cover. $40 756 *V A 1966 WAPEX II 4c Dirk Hartog cancelled with ‘PHILATELIC EXHIBITION PERTH-W.A.-AUSTRALIA/24OCT1966/[ship]’ (A1) in red on Official WAPEX II cover with Dirk Hartog illustration. $25 1967 50th Anniv SA-VIC Airmail official souvenir cover of 757 *V A commemorative flight Mt. Gambier-Melbourne, AAMC #1593, with overprinted Shell cinderella, franked with 4c QEII coil, cancelled with ‘1917 FIRST AIR MAIL STH. AUST.-VICTORIA/ [Basil Watson]/27FEB1967/MT. GAMBIER S.A. AUST’ (B1), APM #2330, light pencilled address. $20 1970 Veteran Car Club International Rally illustrated cover 758 *V A with 5c tied by Pictorial cancel Melbourne 16 APR 1970. $10 759 *F A1971 Geelong Philatelic Society Anniversary use of 4d, cancelled with triangular ‘GEELONG PHILATELIC/GPS/1931/ SOCIETY’ (A1+) and separate dater of ‘29MAY1971’, on 40th Anniversary cover, odd small stain. $20 1972 ANPEX (22 Aug) opening day exhibition cover with 7c 760 *F A Telegraph (FDI), typed address. $4 - (27 Aug) exhibition cover with 7c Telegraph, typed address. 761 *F A $4 762 *F A 1974 Gunning Hume & Hovell Expedition illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Hume & Hovell 1824 - 1974 cancel Gunning 18 OCT 1974, unaddressed. $15 1974 Bendigo Stamp Week illustrated cover carried on coach 763 *F A mail with 7c UPU tied by Bendigo FDC 9 OCT 1974, unaddressed. $25 764 *V A 1977 Intercolonial Telegraph Line ‘CENTENARY INTERCOLONIAL TELEGRAPH LINE/[telegraph key]/PERTH/ 8DEC1977/6000 WA/1877/ALBANY-EUCLA’ on 18c Parliament on APO Kangaroo souvenir cover, unaddressed. $20

769 *V A 770 *V A

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1978 El Dorado Colombian Gold [El Dorado logo]/5MAR1978/ ADELAIDE 5000/EL DORADO COLOMBIAN GOLD’ on 18c Australia Day on overprinted APO, ‘wattle’ souvenir cover. 1978 Philas House ‘BRISBANE ST. HOME OF PHILATELY SYDNEY N.S.W. 2000/19JUL1978/Philas/HOUSE/OPENING’ in red on 20c & $2 on Official Souvenir Cover with 2-line handstamp (A1+) in red on provisional registration label. 1978 RSPCA Centenary 20c grebe on APO Kookaburra souvenir cover, cancelled with ‘RSPCA CENTENARY/[cat, horse, dog]/19AUG1978/1878 HOBART TASMANIA 7000 1978’ (A1), APM #6690. 1978 Horticultural Congress ‘XXth INTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURAL CONGRESS/[logo]/15AUG1978/SYDNEY 2000 AUSTRALIA’ on 20c Little Grebe on APO Kookaburra souvenir cover, unaddressed. 1978 El Dorado Colombian Gold ‘[logo]/21AUG1978/SYDNEY 2000/EL DORADO COLOMBIAN GOLD’ on 20c Little Grebe on APO Kookaburra souvenir cover, unaddressed. 1980 World Forestry Day ‘WORLD FORESTRY DAY 1980/ [trees]/HOO HOO/CLUB 235/21MAR1980/[possum]/HOBART TAS. 7000’ (A1) cancelling 20c robin on plain unaddressed cover. [APM states only 450 cancels issued] 1981 Dubbo Rail Centenary 22c Tarcoola PSE with Pictorial Dubbo cancel 1 FEB 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Salute Australia Exhibition illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Pictorial Exhibition cancel Melbourne 14 MAR 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Apex Jubilee Convention illustrated cover with 22c Apex tied by Jubilee Convention Geelong cancel 18 APR 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Centenary of Pharmaceutical Education 22c PSE cancel First Day with Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre postmark 6 May 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Lord Howe Island Centenary of Post Office Chichester 22c PSE with Pictorial cancel 1JUN 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Centenary of Port Fairy Post Office illustrated cover with Pictorial Port Fairy cancel 21 August 1981 and carried on the Port Fairy Post Office Centenary Coach run, unaddressed. 1981 Festival of Wollongong illustrated cover with adhesive tied by commemorative Festival of Wollongong cancel 30AUG1981, with carried by Horse drawn coach and Windjammer cachet at upper left, unaddressed. 1981 XIII International Botanical Congress 24c PSE with FDC Sydney University 24 AUG 1981, unaddressed. 1981 National Stamp Week Exhibition 24c PSE with Pictorial cancel Carlingford Shopping Square 29 SEP 1981, unaddressed. 1981 150th Anniversary York Western Australia 24c Botanical Congress PSE with Commemorative York cancel 16 Sep 1981, unaddressed. 1981 International Year of Disabled Persons illustrated cover with 24c tied by Woden ACT cancel 16 September 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Perth Royal Show 24c Kangaroo Paw PSE with Pictorial Perth Royal Show cancel 9 Oct 1981, unaddressed. - ‘PERTH ROYAL SHOW/[crown]/2OCT1981/[handplow, swan & wheat sheaf]/CLAREMONT·WESTERN AUSTRALIA·6010’ on 24c Charles & Di on Royal Agricultural Society of WA illustrated cover. 1982 Whales illustrated FDC with 24c Whale tied by Pictorial Mosman cancel 17 FEBRUARY 1982, unaddressed. 1982 50th Anniversary of Opening Sydney Harbour Bridge 24c PSE with Pictorial postmark 19 MAR 1982, unaddressed. 1982 RAS Moore Park Centenary 24c Waratah PSE with Pictorial cancel 2 APR 1982, unadressed. 1982 World Ploughing Contest 27c Tasmania Blue Gum PSE with Longford Commemorative cancel of 14 Jun 1982, unaddressed. 1982 Adelaide Communications Stamp Fair ‘[gramaphone speakers & communication satellite]/20JUN1982/ COMMUNICATIONS/STAMP FAIR 82/ADELAIDE S.AUST. 5000’ on 27c ABC pair on illustrated souvenir cover. 1982 50th Anniversary of Sinking of SS Casino fine Commemorative cancel 10 July 1982 Apollo Bay on Surf Lifesaving PSE, unaddressed. 1982 Historic Post Offices set of seven illustrated FDCs with appropriate Pictorial FD cancels from each of the seven Historic Post Offices. (7) 1982 SA Philatelic Assoc 9th Annual Congress Historic Post Offices Illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Aldgate Commemorative cancel of 8 Aug 1982, unaddressed. 1982 Transpex Intersociety and Historic Postal Exhibition illustrated cover carried by coach across the State with commemorative Transpex 82 Granville 4 AUG 1982 cancel, unaddressed. 1982 Historic Post Offices illustrated FDC with set of seven 27c tied by Centenary of Hawker Post Office Building cancel 4 August 1982, unaddressed. 1982 VFL Grand Final 27c PSE with Pictorial cancel VFL Grand Final East Melbourne 25SEP 1982, unaddressed. 1982 Commonwealth Games illustrated large cover with Games set cancel first day of issue together with 1c Finch x14 tied by 16 Games Pictorial Opening Day cancels 30 Sep 1982. 1982 Stampex 86 Discoverers of South Australia Series No 2 illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Mount Gambier commemorative cancel of 29 OCT 82, unaddressed.

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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1982 Opening Of Rosny Park PO AP souvenir cover feat. the new Post Office, franked by 27c York PO cancelled with oval ‘OFFICIAL OPENING/[building]/15OCT1982/ROSNY PARK TAS 7018.’ hand cancel. 1982 Muncipal Centenary of Horsham illustrated FDC with Aboriginal Culture set tied by Pictorial cancel 17 NOV 1982 (First Day), unaddressed. 1982 Adelaide International Airport ‘4 NOV 1982/[plane]/ FIRST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT FROM/ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT/ADELAIDE SA 5000’ on $1 Magpie on APO souvenir cover ‘Light’s Vision...’, backstamped with Auckland arrival of 4NO82. 1982 Glenelg Commemoration Day Sports Assoc. 27c PSE with Pictorial cancel Glenelg 28DEC 1982, unaddressed. 1982 P&O 50 Years of Cruising illustrated cover with adhesive tied by P&O commemorative cancel 23DEC 1982 cover then carried on Canberra Philatelic Cruise 16thFeb - 2 Mar 1983 with cachet and PAQUEBOAT handstamp. 1983 Historic Fire Engines illustrated FDC with set tied by Commerative cancel Perth 12 JAN 83, unaddressed. 1983 Australia Day Stamp Fair illustrated cover with Australia Day pair tied by Pictorial Stamp Fair cancel 31 Jan 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Australia Day Family Festival illustrated cover with Australia Day pair tied by Pictorial Festival cancel Nunawading 26 Jan 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Ballarat Fire Brigade Centenary Demonstration illustrated cover with 27c Fire Brigade adhesive tied by Ballarat commemorative cancel of 1 MAR 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Telecom Tower ‘TELECOM TOWER CANBERRA 2600/ 12APR1983/[Tower]’ on 27c Canberra GPO PSE, unaddressed 1983 Centenary of Completion Melbourne - Sydney Rail Link illustrated cover carried by Steam Train with Albury Railway Station commemorative cancel of 11 June 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Stampex 86 Discoverers of South Australia Series No 3 illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Victor Harbor commemorative cancel of 12 AUG 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Bangkok ‘83 Philatelic Exhibition ‘AUSTRALIA POST/ [kangaroo]/BANGKOK 4-13 AUG. 1983’ (A1) cancellation on Sentimental Block APO Souvenir cover, with Mother’s Day & Bangkok 1983 cachets. 1983 English Speaking Union World Members Conference 27c PSE with additional 27c adhesive both tied by Pictorial Conference cancel 15 September 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Sir Paul Strzelecki illustrated long envelope with 30c Strzelecki tied by Pictorial Cooma cancel 26 SEPT 1983, unaddressed. 1984 Ausipex set of 10 pmks on Ausipex M/S. (10) 1984 Royal Adelaide Show ‘ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW/ WAYVILLE/S.AUST 5034/5SEP1984/[agricultural scene]/ RIDLEY’S ORIGINAL STRIPPER 1843’, cancelling 30c Ausipex 84 on APO Royal Adelaide Show souvenir cover featuring the previous 4 show cancels. 1984 Victorian Anniversary set of 5 cancels on Victoria’s Anniversary covers in gold embossed pack, all unaddressed. 1985 5th Women’s World Bowls Championship 30c PSE with Pictorial cancel Reservoir 20FEB 1985, unaddressed. 1985 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers cancelled with ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/PRACTICE/DAY/[F1 car]/ADELAIDE STH. AUST. 5000/31OCT.1985’, also for 1-2 NOV & ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/[roo & checkered flag]/ADELAIDE SA 5000/3 NOV 1985’, 3rd Nov cover bears Stampex ‘86 overprint. 1986 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers, for 23-26 Oct, each with a different pictographic cancel. 1987 Cuppex 50c Cuppex tied to APO platypus generalpurpose cover by opening day cancel in green, Exhibition label in blue, unaddressed. - 50c Cuppex tied to APO Platypus FDC by opening day cancel in green, Exhibition label in blue, unaddressed. - 50c Cuppex tied to APO Platypus FDC by opening day cancel in green, Exhibition label in blue, unaddressed. 1987 Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens ‘PARKVILLE VIC 3052/THE/ROYAL MELBOURNE/ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS/ 6OCT1987/[butterfly]’ on illustrated 125 years cover. 1987 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers, each with a different pictographic cancel for Formula Ford (12 Nov), Formula 2 (13 Nov), Touring Car (14 Nov) & Formula 1 (15 Nov). 1988 Aeropex 53c Aeropex Aerograms (3) each with special Aeropex daily cancels. (3) 1988 Stamp & Coin Show Living Together 60c Armed Forces (Designed By WEG) tied to three separate Armed Forces handillustrated covers (By WEG the Stamp Designer) by fine commemorative Stamp & Coin Show cancel 1May 1988, unique artist covers. (3) 1988 Sydpex 88 set of nine illustrated covers with Sydpex 50c Frama tied by the daily Exhibition special postmarks, all unaddressed. (9) 1988 Swan Hill Pioneer Settlement 37c early years, cancelled with ‘SWAN HILL PIONEER SETTLEMENT/[house & steam engine]/16SEP1988/[paddle steamer]/VIC 3585’ (A1), APM #4480, on Swan Hill souvenir cover. 1988 Grand Prix set of 4 different APO Souvenir covers franked with 55c Aboriginal Art and cancelled with double-circle ‘ADELAIDE SA 5000/AUSTRALIAN/GRAND PRIX/FORMULA ONE/10NOV1988’ through to 13NOV1988, with South Australian Philatelic Cancel overprints, Serial No 15 set.

828 *F A $20 $10

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1989 Philatas 39c Possum (p/code 7000) Philatas 89 label (green background) on set of 3 covers with Exhibition cancels (10-12 June) in green. 1989 Mooroolbark Philatelic Society Mooroolbark Philatelic Society 1979-1989 cover franked with 39c Fishing & 2c Crimson Finch, cancelled with ‘MOOROOLBARK/7NO89/VIC-AUST’ (A1) on unaddressed cover with Mooroolbark PS logo. - Mooroolbark Philatelic Society 1979-1989 cover franked with 39c Fishing & 2c Crimson Finch, cancelled with ‘MOOROOLBARK/7NO89/VIC-AUST’ (A1) on unaddressed cover with Mooroolbark PS logo signed by Society Chairman & Secretary. 1989 Grand Prix set of 4 different APO Souvenir covers franked with 41c Adelaide Horse Tram and cancelled with ‘1989 AUSTRALIAN/GRAND PRIX/PRACTICE DAY/1/ADELAIDE SA 5000/2NOV1989’, Day 2 for 3 NOV, Day 3 for 4 NOV & Practice Day & number omitted for 5 NOV, with South Australian Philatelic Cancel overprints, Serial No 495 set. 1993 Grand Prix set of 4 different Grand Prix covers with set of 4 Pictorial cancels for each day of the race, franked with 45c dinosaurs & overprinted for the South Australian Philatelic Council, serial number 50.

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$8 $5 AUSTRALIA | Advertising Covers Bendigo Jockey Club 2002 window cover with horses logo. 834 * A $4 835 *F ABinna-Burra Lodge, Beechmont, Qld 1957 cover with lyrebird $5 on face, Brisbane to Sydney, lightly discoloured patch on face. $10 Bulldogs 2000 cover with Bulldogs logo, cute doggie. 836 * A $4 837 * A Eastern Creek International Karting Raceway 2000 cover $5 with Race Kart logo. $4 838 * A Sale Marine & Caravans Pty Ltd 2003 cover with sailboat logo. $4 $5 839 * A Tailored Marine Accessories Pty Ltd 2001 cover with great marlin fish logo. $4 Tennis SA 2002 cover with logo. 840 * A $4 $5 Thoroughbred Racing SA 2001 cover with horse logo. 841 * A $4 West Racing Motor Development 2000 cover with racing car 842 * A logo. $4 $10 AUSTRALIA | Postal History 843 *F A1909 use of NSW 1d, 2½d & 1/- pair (2/3½d = 11th weight step), cancelled with ‘RAILWAY STATION/FE9/7.5PM/09/SYDNEY’ $20 (B2), on long printed cover to France, double-circle ‘ME[L]BOURNE/PM/1 30/10·2·09/24’ (A2) backstamp. $100 844 *F B 1910 use of Vic 1d pink, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/10SEP10 $5 1215AM/*** - VICTORIA’ (B1) machine, on plain cover to Coleraine, Vic, some tone spots, small closed tear at top left. $5 1912 OHMS Post Card for the Department Of Lands & Survey 845 *F A D $25 used to Northcote with Paid at Melbourne ½ 17.4.12 Krag machine cancel in black. $12 $30 846 *F A - OHMS card for Public Health Department used to Nothcote. $35 847 *F A1914 cover to Sydney with ½d Kangaroo pair tied by Mosman cds 13FE14. $50 848 *F A 1915 use of 2½d indigo Roo, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ $3 26FEB15. 230PM/***’ machine, on cover to Chicago, USA, reverse shows remains of a plain censor label. $50 $25 1918 use of 2½d indigo Roo, 2nd Wmk, cancelled with 849 *V AN ‘KALGOORLIE/6JE18/WEST AUSTRALIA’ (A1-), on cover to $10 Chicago, USA, slight rounding to perfs at right corners. $75 850 *F A 1919 cover to Mortlake with ½d green and 1d red KGV tied by indistinct cds 2 DE 19. $45 851 *F A 1920 use of 1½d brown KGV, cancelled with framed ‘COO[G]EE/AP29/1920/N.S.W’ (B2) on cover to “Cremation Society/Melbourne”, boxed ‘CAL[LED]/11A 4MY20/L.C.R’ (A2), $16 boxed ‘NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIER’ (B1) and ‘RETURN TO SENDER’ hand all on face, Sydney DLO seal on $16 reverse. $15 852 *F B - use of 1½d brown Large Mult wmk KGV to England, cancelled with Perth machine of 27APR20, opened a little roughly. $8 $4 853 *F A - cover to Wonthaggi with ½d green and 1½d chocolate KGV tied by Mortlake 8NO 20 cds. $35 $4 1923 OHMS cover from Officer in Charge Base Records Victoria 854 *F A Barracks Melb to New South Wales with fine red Paid at $4 Melbourne machine cancel 1 MR 23. $45 855 *F B - use of 2d red KGV Die I, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 3AU11A/1923 - BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION/LONDON $10 APRIL 1924/AUSTRALIA’S OPPORTUNITY’ (B1), on cover to Colombo, backstamped with triple oval ‘MACKINNON MACKENZIE &/20AUG1923/COLOMBO.’ (A1-) in purple, tiny $16 tone spot at TLC, small part of backflap torn and small insect hole on reverse. $5 1928 use of 1d green KGV on reply half of 5c La Canea (Crete), $15 856 *F A from Tas Philatelic Society to JH Smyth (dealers) in Sydney about exchange sheets. Interesting use of reply cards. $30 1929 use of 3d blue KGV Small multi wmk, P13½x12½ & 1½d 857 *F Ared WA centenary, cancelled with light ‘BOORT/8OC29/VIC’ (A1 backstamp), on plain registered cover to Carrum with red C4 $75 registration label, couple of lightly toned areas & small closed tear with part flap missing. $30 $45 858 *F A 1930’s use of 1½d red KGV small multi, P13½x12½, cancelled with ‘MANLY/ /10AM/JA4/N.S.W.’ (year missing - A1-), on plain cover to Adelaide. $5 1933 use of 1d green & 4d olive CofA KGV tied by Collins St of 859 *F A 13FEB33 to long registered Maddock, Jamieson & Lonie cover $20 bearing pointing hand in purple & endorsed “unknown/Not at Address/DM/14/2/33” $30 1934 use of 3d blue Vic Centenary cancelled by Adelaide 860 *F A machine of 3JUL1934, overpaid to Prospect (2nd day of use). $20 $8


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1935 use of 2d golden-scarlet CofA Wmk cancelled by 1952 illustrated cover with advert for Charleston Garage and 886 *F A Melbourne machine of 25OCT35 on OHMS ‘AUDIT OFFICE’ Farm Services with 3d KGVI tied by Charleston cds. $15 cover to Perth - cover to Toowoomba with KGVI 3½d Imprint pair tied by $7 887 *F A 1937 Registered cover to Perth with KGV 5d brown tied by Thursday Island cds 19DE52. $45 Registered Melbourne cds 19JA37. 1954 use of 3½d green QEII, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ $30 888 *F A- use of 2d red KGVI on Mount Gambier Celebrations cover for 11PM/19FEB/1954/VIC-AUST - AUSTRALIA/CELEBRATES/ the SA Centenary, cancelled with light Kingston of 31MY37, non1954/ROYAL VISIT’ (A1-), on window envelope, written on at postal markings on face. TLC, small closed tear at right edge $20 $5 889 *F A- use of 2d red KGV, cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/7PM/4 27AUG 1955 use of 3½d red-brown QEII, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 4/1937/S.A. - SAY IT/BY TELEPHONE’ (A1), on cover to 1PM/5MAY/1955/VIC-AUST - LET COURTESY REIG[N]/ON Prospect. THE/QUEEN’S HIGHWA[Y]’ (A2), on plain cover to Richmond, $4 Queensland, with straight-line ‘UNCLAIMED/RICHMOND’ (B1) 1939 use of 1d QE Die I and 1d QE Die II, cancelled with & ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/EXAMINER?/BRISBANE’ (B2) in ‘P.O.ELIZABETH ST/P.B.R./430A24NO39/2/MELBOURNE C.1’ purple, backflap sealed with ‘RETURNED TO SENDER’ label (A1), on local cover to “Poultry World”, endorsed “Press ‘C.952.-10.44.-7067’ from DLO Brisbane with message” in TLC. $20 ‘D.L.O.BRISBANE/8JY55/QLD·AUST’ (C1) in red, some edge 1940 use of AIF set of 4 plus additional 6d brown (1/6d total), wear. $15 cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/4/1115A15JY40/STH. AUST’ (B1), on - use of 3½d red-brown QEII, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 890 *F A official FDC addressed to England, sealed at left with ‘OPENED 11PM/5MAY/1955/VIC-AUST’ (A1-) machine, on plain cover to BY CENSOR’ label in black on white & bearing double-circle Cairns with ‘CAIRNS/9AM23MY55/QLD-AUST’ (A1), straight‘FIELD POST OFFICE/*/5SP/40/40’ (A2), light creasing to right line ‘NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIERS’ (B1) in black, edge. $60 straight-line ‘CALLED...’ (A1) in purple & ‘DEAD LETTER - use of 1d AIF cancelled with ‘MIL.P.O. INGLEBURN/6-PM/ OFFICE/EXAMINER 1/BRISBANE’ (B1) in purple, backflap 29AUG/1940/N.S.W. AUST.’ machine on OAC (Open Air sealed with ‘RETURNED TO SENDER’ label ‘C.952.-10.44.Campaigners - religious group) cover, ‘MIL. CAMP/N.S.W.’ 7067’ from DLO Brisbane with ‘D.L.O. BRISBANE/17JE55/QLDhandstamp on face. $10 AUST’ (A2) in red. $15 1940s use of 1d green QE x5, cancelled with poor Cootamundra - use of 3½d QEII, cancelled with Melbourne machine of 891 *F B machine on double censored cover to California, straight-line 3MAY1955, on National Market Research cover bearing ‘CALIFORNIA/CLIPPER’ (B1) on face. [This is a curious item as ‘HORSHAM/9P9MY55/VIC.’ (B1) arrival, with boxed there is nothing to indicate that it did not go by clipper even ‘UNCLAIMED AT/HORSHAM’ (B1) handstamp & ‘RETURNED though it is significantly under-paid.] $100 TO SENDER’ (B1) finger in purple, couple of small closed tears. $20 - use of stampless YMCA cover with straight-line 892 *F B - use of 3½d QEII, cancelled with Melbourne machine of ‘H.M.TRANSPORT’ (A1) in purple, to Port Pirie, SA, roughly 5MAY1955, on plain cover to Bundaberg, QLD, with circular opened at top. $20 ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/EXAMINER 2/BRISBANE’ (B1) in 1941 use of 2d red KGVI Die I, cancelled with light ‘WARATAH/ purple, backflap sealed with Brisbane Returned to Sender label 27NO41/N.S.W’ on cover to Jamestown, New York, USA, sealed (C.952.-10.44.-7067.) partially covering straight-line at left with ‘OPENED BY CENSOR/.....’ tape & bearing diamond ‘UNCLAIMED’ (B1), some light creasing. $10 ‘2/1/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/3’ (A1-) in purple, backflap missing, 893 *F B 1958 use of 4d claret QEII, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/QLD vertical crease. $15 AUST/1230PM/10JUN/1958/POSTED/PILLAR BOX - ROAD/ 1942 use of 1/6d Hermes, cancelled with ‘AIR MAIL SECTION/1/ CARELESSNESS/KILLS’ (A1-) on plain cover to Wooloowin, 330A30MR42/MELBOURNE·VIC’ (B2), to California, blue tripletorn but complete on reverse. $5 circle ‘U.S. ARMY/1/”t”/CENSORED’ (A2) in BLC. $110 894 *F B B2 1959 use of 4d green Koala cancelled by ‘NAVAL P.O. - use of 2½d scarlet KGVI, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/11PM/ BALMORAL/3MR59/N.S.W-AUST’ (B2-) on cover to Tasmania 28MAY/1942/VICTORIA’ (A1-) machine on cover to Birmingham, bearing straight-line ‘NAVAL SERVICE’ (A1-) in purple, flap England, sealed at left with ‘3 Opened by Censor’ tape in red removed, small closed tear at top & rounded corners. $10 with boxed ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/V120...’ (A1) in purple. $20 895 *F A1969 use of 30c Waratah, cancelled with ‘WARWICK/24MR69/ - cover with 1d green QE, cancelled with poor strike of MIL. P.O. QLD-AUST’, on front bearing reg label to Tatts at Melbourne, CAULFIELD S.E.7 of 26MY42, from E. Beck, 8th Labour Coy, some light tone spots. $5 Caulfield to FH Feibes, 2 Internment Camp B/14 (at Tatura), red 1971 use of 30c Waratah tied by ‘ST. KILDA WEST/230P28SE71/ 896 *F A on white censor label at left tied with violet diamond ‘3/ VIC-3182’ to air cover to England. $4 PASSED/BY/CENSOR/343’ (B1) on written up page. [Austrianborn Fritz Feibes was a well-known Melbourne stamp dealer AUSTRALIA | Flight Covers who was interned during WWII.] $25 897 *F A 1929 Broken Hill - Rochester commercial cover with 3d Airmail - use of 2/- Roo & 1d claret QE tied by Melbourne Airmail of pair tied by Broken Hill of 28MY29 with Angel Vignette on front 30DE42 to air cover to England, bearing diamond ‘3/ and another on reverse. $50 PASSED/BY/CENSOR/344’ in purple & sealed by ‘3 Opened by 1930 Fitzroy Crossing - Perth registered cover with adhesives 898 *F A Censor’ label at left, minor creasing $30 tied by Fitzroy Crossing cds 15 JL 30 and Broome 17 JL 30 and 1942(C.) use of 3d brown KGVI, cancelled with violet Perth 21 JUL 30 fine Intermediate AAMC 165a. $85 ‘R.A.F.BASE P.O./CEYLON’ (A1) on air cover to South Aust, 899 *F B 1931 Australia - England 6d grey-brown air service opt ‘OS’ x2 violet ‘R.A.F./CENSOR/W 10’ (A1) on face. $100 (Cat $250 on cover) with 2d scarlet KGV on plain cover bearing 1943 use of 5½d Emu, cancelled with ‘CHATSWOOD/ boxed ‘SPECIAL/AIR MAIL FLIGHT/NOV/1931/AUSTRALIA25JA43/N.S.W.’ (C1, A1- backstamp), on registered cover to ENGLAND’ (A1-) in purple, AAMC #222, cancelled with ‘SHIP Michelago, with blue C6 registration label. $8 MAIL ROOM/330PM19NO31/MELBOURNE’ (A1), 3rd day of - use of 2/- maroon roo & 1d purple-brown QE, cancelled with issue for the 6d OS, addressed to England, flap missing, vertical light ‘LEETON/215P1SE43/N.S.W.’ (C2), on plain cover by crease. $150 airmail to Tumbridge Wells, England, with ‘2/OPENED BY 1934 Australia - New Zealand - Australia boomerang 900 *F A CENSOR’ label in red on white & diamond ‘2/PASSED/BY/ illustrated cover with Australian and New Zealand adhesives CENSOR/84’ (A1-) in purple, vertical fold. $30 appropriately cancelled and with special cachets, AAMC #371. $35 - use of 1d red-brown QE, cancelled with poor Hawthorn, Vic of 1934 Papua - Australia Port Moresby to Townsville direct flight 901 *F B NO43 on cover to RAAF Serviceman, with straight-line cover, autographed by the pilot S. Marshall, AAMC #373, Cat ‘AUSPOST./MIDDLE EAST’ (A1) in purple, sealed at left with ‘3 $250, franked with 3d black & green airmail, 2d red, 1½d, 1d & Opened by Censor’ label & diamond ‘3/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/ ½d Pictorials (8d total), with Port Moresby registration label, 20’, cancelled on reverse with ‘R.A.A.F./BASE P.O. NO4/5.-PM/ cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY/20MR34/PAPUA’ (A1), 19JAN44’ (A1, Kodak House, London) machine, letter included. $30 backstamped with ‘REGISTERED/13APR34/TOWNSVILLE’ 1944 cover to Newcastle with large boxed ‘Not Known by (B2), generalized toning. $150 Postmen at NEWCASTLE’ and ‘INSUFFICI[ENTLY] 902 *F A 1934 Townsville - Cairns illustrated boomerang cover with ADDRESSED’ handstamps in violet plus ‘NOT KNOWN/ adhesives tied by Townsville of 25JY34 and backstamped with 11FE44/NEWCASTLE’ (A1), ‘RETURNED TO SENDER’ label Cairns 26JY34 and Townsville 30JY34 AAMC Intermediate from Dead Letter Office Sydney affixed to reverse. $30 395b. $40 - use of 5½d Emu, cancelled with ‘ALICE SPRINGS/3P24NO44/ 1934 MacRobertson Air Race large PPC ‘Col. Roscoe Turner 903 *** A NORTH·AUST’ (C1), on Allied Works Council, Dept. of the and his Boeing Monoplane’ with printed signature and details of Interior, Alice Springs OHMS cover by airmail to Adelaide. $30 race, nice card. $50 1945 use of 4d Koala, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/10/1AM/5JAN/ 1938 Australia - New Guinea - Australia Boomerang cover 904 *F A 1945/10/N.S.W. AUST’ (A1) machine, on air cover to Fleet Post with Australian and New Guinea adhesives tied by appropriate Office, San Francisco, California. $8 cancels, AAMC #812, Cat $50. $35 1946 Department of Lands and Surveys Rent notice to Yealering 905 *F A1938 Holland - Australia - Holland on Royal Packet Navigation via Wickepin with Perth 1½d PAID machine cancel 18JAN 1946 Co 1st flight Amsterdam - Sydney printed envelope, with in red, with “Left” mss and Yealering WA cds 8MY46 and ‘SEE ‘AMSTERDAM - BATAVIA - SYDNEY/[lion, sword & kangaroo]/ OVER’ handstamp in violet. $50 NEDERLANDSCHE LUCHTDIENST/OPENING 28JUNI1938’ 1947 use of 5½d green Newcastle, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/ (A1) cachet, AAMC #815a, Cat $125, franked with 30c green air, QLD.AUST./10/7PM/29NOV/1947/10/AIR MAIL’ (A1) on plain air 5c Rembrandt & 3c Heldring, cancelled with double-circle cover to South Payneham, SA, small toned spot at TRC, clear of Amsterdam Central Station of 24.VI 1938, reverse addressed to stamp. $15 Holland, franked with 3d blue KGVI & cancelled with Sydney 1948 use of 3½d blue Newcastle & 2d purple KGVI, cancelled machine of 22JLY1938, light vertical crease & some toning, with ‘BRISBANE/QLD.AUST./10/6PM/9APR/1948/10/AIR MAIL’ primarily around Dutch stamps. $80 (B1) machine on air cover to South Payneham, SA. $15 1940 Australia - New Zealand long illustrated Tasman Empire 906 *F A 1950 use of Advice of Delivery card from Education Department Airways cover for flying boat service, cancelled Melbourne Melbourne to Hawthorn received 29 Nov 50. $35 1MY40, AAMC #900, Cat $100. $40


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935 *F A1949 Australia - South Africa - Australia on cover franked with 1945 use of 3d brown KGVI, cancelled with poor ‘A.I.F. FIELD 2½d scarlet KGVI cancelled with Sydney of 14NO49 & South P.O./?45/NO.25’ (Aitape, NG), colour transfer of fat man African 1½d brown & blue cancelled with Johannesburg of drinking, violet ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY 20XI49, with blue vignette for Australia - South Africa, AAMC CENSOR/2136’ (A1) both on face. $15 #1193-4, Cat $100++. - use of 3d brown KGVI, cancelled with fair ‘NO11/R.A.A.F.BASE $120 936 *F A1951 Australia to Chile first experimental flight and return, [P.O.]/6AU45/PACIFIC’ (Morotai, DEI), illustrated with 908 *F A AAMC #1269, Cat $40, long cvr. watercolour Donald Duck violet ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/64B’ (A2) $40 both on face. 1951 Melbourne - Christchurch Registered boomerang cover 909 *F A $20 with cachet in violet at left AAMC 1276. 1945(C.) use of 3d brown KGVI, cancelled with machine bars on 937 *F B $25 air cover to Subiaco, WA, with straight-line ‘H.M.A./SHIPS’ (A1910 *F A 1953 Mauritius - England Illustrated Qantas Coronation flight ) in blue & tombstone ‘FROM H·M·SHIP/PASSED BY CENSOR/ Intermediate with cachet on back AAMC 1318a. $20 SIGNATURE·DATE’ (B1) handstamp, edge wear. $20 1956 Austria - Australia Special Olympic card cancelled with 911 *F A special Olympic cancel Wien 101 16XI 1956 and Olympic cachet AUSTRALIA | WWI Military Postmarks at lower left AAMC 1361a. $60 938 * B A1 A.I.F. Camp P.O. double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP. P.O/A/JA1/19/5’ 1956 Greece - Australia illustrated Qantas cover for the 912 *F A (Hurdcott, Hampshire) on worn cover to Coburg, Vic, some Olympic Torch Flight backstamped Melbourne Olympic cds toning. $40 22NOV 1956, AAMC #1362. $15 939 * B A1- - double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP. P.O/A/20SP/17/7’ (Sutton Veny?, 913 *F A 1959 Australia - USA Qantas Illustrated cover AAMC 1406. $10 Wilts, UK) on black & white PPC of ‘Durrington, Salisbury Plain’, 1967 Adelaide - Gawler 50th Anniversary of Carey’s flight with 914 *F A to Bayswater, WA, some toning. [NS by Proud] $100 special cancel and special vignette signed by pilot NSD Buckley 940 * A A1 Army Post Office skeleton ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/+/17JA/17/ AAMC 1618. $25 SZ3’ (Moascar, Egypt) on OAS cover to “2nd L.H.F.Amb 2nd 915 *F A 1981 50th Anniversary of the Tiger Moth PSE with adhesives Brigade Mobile Section Egypt”, green triangle ‘PASSED BY cancelled by special Albury cancel 7June 1981 and CENSOR/[crown]/NO 3485’ (A1). [Rated 125 by Proud backstamped Wodonga 7JE81 AAMC 1914. $10 Simpson correspondence.] $30 941 * A A1 - double-circle ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/A/12JA/17/S.Z.3’ AUSTRALIA | Military - Boer War Period (Moascar, Egypt) on OAS cover to “2nd L.H.F.Amb 2nd Brigade 916 *F A1901: use of stampless envelope, cancelled with light doubleMobile Section Egypt”, green triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/ circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/16/MY24/01/BRITISH ARMY [crown]/NO 3485’ (A1). [Rated 125 by Proud - Simpson S.AFRICA’ (A1-) of Klerksdorp, to New South Wales, correspondence.] $30 backstamped with ‘SYDNEY/JY2/7-A-M/01/2’ (A1), couple of 942 * A A2 Aus. General Hospital violet double-oval ‘AUS. GENERAL short closed tears & 2 pinholes. $275 HOSPITAL/P.O./20FEB1918/No. 14’ on cover to Emerald, Vic, AUSTRALIA | Military - World War I Period skeleton ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/A/20FE/18/SZ22’ (Port Said 917 D A B1 1916 3 strikes of framed ‘WORGRET CAMP/*/14DE/16/POOLE’ Harbour Office, Egypt) & violet triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/ on GB ½d x3. $10 [crown]/NO 3995’ (A2) both on face. [Simpson correspondence.] $100 918 D A B2 - 2 strikes of double-circle ‘BOVINGTON CAMP/4.30PM/ 18OC/16/POOLE’ on GB ½d green pair. $10 AUSTRALIA | WWIII Military Postmarks 943 * A- A1 1st Bge. H.Q.P.O. ‘1ST. BGE. H.Q.P.O./1DE40/M1.’ (Almirya, 919 * A B2 1917 framed ‘WAREHAM/10/9MR17’ on GB ½d green pair on Egypt), on green honour envelope to Melbourne, with violet cover to Mildura, Victoria. $20 double-boxed ‘PASSED/BY/UNIT/219/CENSOR/’ (B1), minor 920 D A A2 - skeleton ‘PERHAM DOWN CAMP/6.15.PM/26AP/17/ toning. [Rated 75 by Proud] $30 ANDOVE[R]’ on GB 1d red. $15 944 * B - ‘1ST/BGE. H.G.P.O./5FE41/P.1.’ (Kilo 89 Camp, Gaza, 921 * A- B2 - framed ‘WORGRET CA[MP]/*/15MY/[17]/[POOLE]’ on GB 1d Palestine) on 9d platypus on air cover to Launceston, Tas, with red on cover, endorsed “CARDS ONLY” to Mildura, Victoria. $20 triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No3461’ (A1) in 922 * A- B2 - use of stampless cover to Mildura, Victoria, light violet triplepurple, light creasing, some toned spots. [Rated 125 by Proud] $20 oval ‘No 1 AUSTRALIAN AUXILIARY HOSP[ITAL]/FRANKED 945 * A- B2- 2nd Bde. H.Q.P.O. ‘2NO[BDE H].Q.P.O./19JL41/W.2.’ (Qastina, BY/...../HAREFIELD PARK, MIDD[LESEX]’ (Emery #CA.206A) Palestine) on 9d Platypus on air cover to Bendigo, Vic, with and ‘Capt. Chaplain Terry.’ (Emery #CA.268) on face. $30 triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3057’ (A1) in 923 D A B2 - 2 strikes of double-circle ‘LARK HILL CAMP/-PM/18AU/17/ purple, some light creasing. [Rated 200 by Proud] $25 S[ALISBUR]Y’ on GB ½d green x3. $8 946 * A A2- - ‘2ND BDE. H.[Q.P.]O./3JA42/W.2.’ (Khassa, Palestine) on 3d 924 * B A1 - double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP.P.O./B/AU14/17/9’ (Heytesbury, blue KGVI on Air Mail Letter Card to Caulfield Vic, with triangular Wilts) on OAS stampless YMCA cover to Mildura, Victoria. $30 ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3498’ (A1) in purple. [Rated 925 * B B1 1918 framed ‘JAMES’S STREET D.O.DUBLIN/4PM/23MR/18/+’ 200 by Proud] $20 on GB 1d red to Australian soldier in Littlemoor Camp, 947 * B B1 3rd Bde. H.Q.P.O. ‘3RD BDE. H.Q.P.O./28NO41/M.3.’ (Ain Weymouth, England. $20 Sofar, Lebanon) on 9d Platypus on air cover to Bondi, NSW, with 926 *F A- use of Egyptian 2m & 3m, cancelled with bilingual triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3090’ (B1), some ‘ZAQAZIQ/11.III.18.3.-PM/’ on cover to “C.J. Simpson Maj light creasing & toning. [Rated 125 by Proud] $20 A.H.C. N14 Aust. Gen Hosp”, magenta on white 948 * A- A1 - ‘3RD BDE. H.Q.P.O./24DE40/W.3.’ (Burg el Arab, Egypt) on ‘EXAMINED/BY/BASE CENSOR’ label at top tied by blue double 10m x4 on Salvation Army cover to Eldorado, Victoria, violet chamferred rectangle ‘PASSED BY/BASE CENSOR/E.E.F.’ double-boxed ‘PASSED BY UNIT/276/CENSOR’ (A1) on face. (Cairo - A2), indistinct script handstamp on face, skeleton ‘ARMY [Rated 75 by Proud] $20 POST OFFICE/A/12MR/18/SZ22’ backstamp. $30 949 * A B1- A.F.P.O. ‘A.F.P.O./28JE43/NO26.’ (Gorrie, NT) on 4d Koala on AUSTRALIA | Military - World War II Period ACF air cover to Quandialla, NSW, with double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. 1940s straight-line ‘PASSED FREE/OF POSTAGE’ (B1) in 927 * B CENSOR/613’ (B1) in purple. $25 purple on stampless cover to Brisbane with light boxed 950 * A A1- - ‘A.F.P.O. NO30/22OC48/R.A.A.F·JAPAN’ (Iwakuni, Japan) on ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/??’ 3d brown B.C.O.F on air cover to Tatts, slight toning at right (B1), some toning. $5 edge. [Rated 100 by Proud] $25 928 *F A1942 use of 1d QE with illegible 1942 Victorian pmk, illustrated 951 * B B1 A.I.F. Field P.O. ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./24NO41/NO.6.’ (Julis, with Donald Duck and flowery address, violet ‘AUSTRALIAN/ Palestine), on 9d Platypus on Rockville, Qld, with violet boxed MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/1036’ (A2) on face. $15 ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No. 2713’ (B1). [Rated 150 by 929 *F C - use of 4d Koala, cancelled with ‘FLINDERS NAVAL DEPOT/ Proud] $30 30NO42/VIC-AUST’ (B2), coloured pencil drawing of sailor and 952 * B B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./5SE42/NO.9.’ (Khassa, Palestine) on Honour mermaid on face, cover damaged and repaired. $15 Envelope to Melbourne, with crowned-circle ‘PASSED BY 930 *F A1943 use of stampless envelope with ‘H.M.A./SHIPS’ (A1-) CENSOR/No./707’ (A1) in purple, a few tears at top. [Rated 200 handstamp in purple, cancelled with ‘PASSED FREE/”1943”/ by Proud] $25 SURFACE/POSTAGE’ (A1-) machine, to New Town, Tas, sealed 953 * A B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./30DE42/25.’ (19th Bde, NT) on 4d Koala on at left with ‘1 OPENED BY CENSOR’ label with diamond ‘1/ air cover to Strathalbyn, SA, with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY PASSED/BY/CENSOR/117’ (A1) handstamp in purple, some CENSOR/No./1666’ (B1) in purple. [Rated 30 by Proud] $15 light toning. $20 954 * A B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./16MR42/30.’ (Puckapunyal, Vic) on 2½d red 931 *F A 1943(C.) use of stampless envelope, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/3 KGVI on front from 107 General Hospital. $10 3/N.S.W. AUST - DEFENCE FORCE/MAIL/NO POSTAGE 955 * A B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./7JE43/30.’ (Adv HQ Arm Div, WA), tying 4d REQUIRED’ (A1-), to Catford, London, with straight-line Koala to ACF cover, bearing boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/ ‘SERVICE/Prisoners of War/C.S. Thane, Lt. Col./Comdt. HAY’ FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/95’ (A1) in purple. [Rated 40 by (A1-) in purple & straight-line ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/S.59’ (A1) Proud] $10 in purple, light vertical crease. $25 956 * B B1 Air Force P.O. ‘AIR FORCE P.O./4OC44/NO 21.’ (Darwin, NT) 1944 use of 4d Koala, cancelled with light ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./ 932 *F B on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with light double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. ?44/NO.15’ (1st Aust Beach group, Qld), fine pencil drawing of CENSOR/285’ (B2) in purple, small tear at top edge. $10 marching soldier with full pack, light violet ‘AUSTRALIAN/ 957 * A A1- - ‘AIR FORCE P.O./2OC43/NO22.’ (arcs 4,3½, Proud #D1, MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/2450’ (A2-) and Batchelor, NT) on 4d Koala on YMCA cover to Tatts with doubleviolet crowned-circle ‘PASSED/BY/CENSOR/46?’ both on face. $20 oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/237’ (B1) in purple. $20 933 *F A- cover (stamp removed), cancelled with ‘A.I.F. [FIELD] P.O./ 958 * B B2- - light ‘AIR FORCE P.O./8SE44/NO22.’ (arcs 5,5 Proud #D2, 3FE44/NO.12.’ (Tolga, Qld), Brodie Mack printed cartoon of ERD, Batchelor, NT) on 4d Koala x2 on registered air cover to soldier hanging out washing, violet ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY Footscray, Vic, with boxed ‘R/AIR FORCE P.O. 22/No. ...’ (A1-) FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/1248’ (A2) both on face. $10 in purple & double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/283’ (A1-) in purple, - use of 4d Koala, cancelled with ‘A.I.F. FIE[LD P.O.]/21OC44/ 934 *F Aclosed tear at top & extensive light creasing. [Rated 100 by NO.22’ (Windola, Qld), fine water-colour cartoon of excited Proud] $30 soldier receiving mail, violet ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ 959 D A B2 - ‘AIR FORCE P.O. NO71./30MY44/QLD-AUST’ (large letters PASSED BY CENSOR/2756’ (B2) on face. $20 Townsville) on 4d Koala. $6 907 *V A


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 - ‘AIR FORCE P.O./5MY44/250.’ (Merauke, DNG), cancelling 3d brown KGVI on air cover to Manly, NSW, double oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/679’ (B1-) in purple, edges worn. [Rated 200 by Proud] 961 * A B2 Army P.O. ‘ARMY P.O./31JY43/0117.’ (Noonamah, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/507’ (A2) in purple. 962 * A A1- - ‘ARMY P.O./?/0127.’ (Northern Territory), cancelling 5½d Emu, on OHMS, Commonwealth of Australia, Dept of Army cover for the ‘COMMAND PAYMASTER/N.T. FORCE’ to P.O. Eddington, Vic, with straight-line ‘AIR MAIL’ & ‘CERTIFIED OFFICIAL’ (A1) in purple & showing ‘SAVING IS SERVING/WASTE means/ DISASTER/INVEST FOR VICTORY’ logo. 963 * A- C2 - poor ‘ARMY P.O./11AU41/A.M.1’ (Mersa Matruh, Egypt) on 9d Platypus on cover to Sydney, violet triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No 3441’ on face. [Rated 150 by Proud.] - ‘ARMY P.O./2NO40/A.W.1.’, (Beit Jirja, Palestine) on 964 * APalestinian 50m purple & 10m grey on airmail cover to Strathfield, NSW, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/ [crown]No.647’, some repaired closed tears at top from opening. [Rated 150 by Proud] 965 * A B2- Aus FPO ‘[AUS] FPO/4MY41/32’ (Mersa Matruh, Egypt) on 9d Platypus on cover to Melbourne, violet triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1921’ (A1+). [Rated 100 by Proud] 966 * A B1 - ‘AUS FPO 36/11AU41’ (Tobruk under seige) on 9d Platypus on Salvation Army cover to Melbourne. [Rated 250 by Proud] 967 * A A1- Aust Base P.O. ‘NO.8.AUST BASE.P.O./10SE47/C’ (Tokyo, Japan) on stampless air cover endorsed “No STAMPS AVAILABLE.”, also bearing ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A1) in purple 968 * A A1- Aust F.P.O. ‘AUST F.P.O./21OC44/170.’ (Barrine, Qld) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to the Second Aust. Army, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ ??5’ (B1) in purple & circular ‘1/AFCC’ (A1) in purple. 969 * A A1- - ‘AUST. F.P.O./23FE45/180.’ (Jacquinot Bay, NG), on 3d brown KGVI, on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES.PASSED BY CENSOR/242’ (B1). [Rated 80 by Proud] 970 * B- B1- - ‘AUST F.P.O./6FE44/189.’ (Darwin, NT) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Sydney, with light AMF Censor handstamp, some edge wear & toning. 971 * A A2 Aust Unit Postal Stn ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/28SE45/412’ (Marooka, Qld) on 4d Koala on Salvation Army air cover to Perth, WA, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ [P]ASSED BY CENSOR/3208’ (A2), letter included. [NS by Proud] 972 * A A1 - ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/23MY49/497’ (Kure, Japan) on 3d brown KGVI on Tatts cover. [Rated 100 by Proud] 973 D A B2 Base P.O. 2 part strikes of ‘BASE P.O. 1[ M.D.]/3MY43/0.2.’ (Townsville, Qld) on 1d purple-brown QE strip of 4. 974 * A- A1 - ‘BASE P.O./16AU41/B.W.I.’ (Gaza, Palestine, Proud #D3), on 9d platypus, on to Maryborough, Qld, with violet triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3373’ (A1) on face. [Rated 125 by Proud] 975 * A C1 Div. H.Q. P.O. POOR ‘DIV. H.Q. P.O./21AU41/D.M.1’ (Hill 95 Camp, Palestine) on 9d Platypus on cover to Darlinghurst, violet triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1436’ (A1) on face. [Rated 250 by Proud] 976 * B A2- Div. Supply H.Q.P.O. ‘DIV. SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./??/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine), used at FPO 6, cancelling Palestinian 10m slate & 50m deep dull purple, on green honour envelope to Crowther NSW with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No. 80’ (B2-), part flap removed. [Rated 150 by Proud] 977 * A- A1- - ‘DIV SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./14OC40/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine) on stampless ‘OAS’ cover to Rose Bay, NSW, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No. 588’ (A1-) in purple, some mild creasing. [Rated 150 by Proud] 978 * A- B1 F.P.O. ‘F.P.O./13MR41.8-9■/E.609’ (Hill 69 Camp, Palestine), on 9d Platypus on cover to Yass, NSW, with violet triangle ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1746’ (A1) in purple, some light toning. [Rated 175 by Proud] 979 * A D1 - ‘F.P.O./[?]/E.609’ (Palestine) on stampless home-made wrapper to Victoria, triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/ [crown]/No. 3219’ (A1) on face. 980 * A A1 Field P.O. ‘FIELD P.O./6SE45/099.’, Proud #D1 (Lae, PNG), cancelling 3d brown x2 on ACF cover to Tatts, bearing boxed ‘AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/Reg’d No...’ (B1) in purple & light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/2720’ (A1-). [Rated 160 by Proud] 981 * A- ‘FIELD P.O./6JA43/0101.’ (Thursday Island, Qld) on 4d Koala on cover to Brisbane with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/3015’ (B1-), some light toning. 982 * A A1- - ‘FIELD P.O./20JY43/0138.’ (HQ AA Group Port Moresby, Papua) on 3d brown KGVI on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ ??26’ (B2) in purple. 983 * A B2 Field Post Office ‘FI[ELD POST ]OFFICE/7SP45/019.’ (Port Moresby A.P.O. Mail Section), on 3d brown KGVI, on plain air cover to Melbourne, Vic, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/682’ (A1-). [Rated 100 by Proud] 984 * A A1- - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/30AU43/026.’ (Trinity Beach, Qld), on 4d Koala, on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/681’ (A1). [Rated 50 by Proud] 985 * B B3 - double-circle ‘FIELD [POST OFFICE]/A/9AU/41/28’ (Beirut, Lebanon) on 9d Platypus on cover to Melbourne, triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No.3070’ (A2) on face. [Rated 100 by Proud]

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- ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/26NO42/031’ (Burwood NSW), on unaddressed OHMS Dept of Army cover, with boxed ‘AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/F.P.O. 031/REGD. NO. ...’ (A1). [Rated 50 by Proud] 987 * A B1- - light ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/14MY43/033.’ (Kaira, Qld), cancelling 4d Koala & 3d brown KGVI on cover to Tatts with boxed ‘R/AUST ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/F.P.O. No. 33/NO...’ (A1) handstamp in purple and boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/649’ (A1-) in claret. [Rated 40 by Proud] 988 * A A1 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/26FE45/038.’ (Ravenshoe, Qld) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/113’ (A1-) in blue. 989 * B B1 - ‘FIELD [POST OFFIC]E/2JE42/047.’, (Bonegilla, Vic) cancelling 3d brown & 2½d scarlet KGVI, on OHMS cover to D.O.S. GHQ Melbourne, backstamped with double-circle ‘ARMY/1VI42/TELEGRAPHS’ (A1-), double-circle ‘ARMY/ V1VI42/SIGNALS’ (B2) & ‘ARMY P.O./3JE42/0130.’ (A1-), part of flap & TLC torn. [Rated 60 by Proud] 990 * A- A1- - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/12JY42/048’ (Beenleigh, Qld), on 1d red-brown QE strip of 4, with poor AMF censor handstamp, to North Balwyn, Vic. 991 * B A1- - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/22DE43/072.’ (Adelaide River, N.T.), on 3d blue & 1d purple-brown on air cover to Hawthorn, Vic, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/752’ (A2-) in purple, roughly opened, little grotty. 992 * B A2 R.A.A.F. Base P.O. ‘NO11.R.A.A.F.BASE P.O./18AU45/PACIFIC’ (Morotai, Netherland Indies) on 3d brown on air cover to Melbourne. 993 * A- A1- R.A.N. Post Office ‘R.A.N. POST OFFICE/2SE47/NUMBER 2’ (Madang) on 6d Kookaburra on long OHMS cover to Melbourne, Vic, with boxed registration handstamp & straight-line ‘H.M.A. SHIP’ (A1) handstamp, some light creasing. [Rated 100 by Proud] 994 * A- B1 Railhead P.O. ‘RAILHEAD P.O./7AU41/R.W.1.’ (Deir Suneid, Palestine), on 3d blue KGVI, on airmail letter card to Warragul, Vic, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 916’ (A1). [Rated 200 by Proud] 995 * A A1- Unit Postal Station double-circle ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/4/ OCT/1943/’ (No number - WA), on 1d purple-brown QE, on plain cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/594’ (LRD for this Censor Cachet, only in use for 6 months). 996 D A A2 - boxed ‘UNIT POSTAL/15MAY1945/STATION E.L.C.13’ (Warwick, Qld) on 1d purple-brown QE (cut square through stamp). 997 D A A2 - boxed ‘UNIT POSTA[L]/3JUL1945/STATION E.L.C.13’ (Warwick, Qld) on 1d purple-brown QE. 998 D A B2 - violet double-oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/19AUG1942/N/30’ (probably Qld - one date recoded in this period) on 1d green QE. 999 * A B1- - double-oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/18NOV1943/S.194’ (103 Tank A/T Regt, NT) in purple on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4?2’ (B1) in purple. [Rated 100 by Proud] 1000 * A A1 - boxed ‘UNIT POSTAL/15NOV1944/STATION Z.13’ (II Corps Tps Sup Coy, Toogoolawah, Qld) on 1d purple-brown QE on cover to Aylesbury, Bucks, England, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/237’ (B2) in purple & circled ‘I’ (B2).

AUSTRALIA | Military Postmarks $35 1001 * A- C1 R.A.N. Post Office ‘R.A.N. POST OFFICE/8JE56/NUMBER 3.’ on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with straight-line ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A2-). $30 AUSTRALIA | Miscellaneous 1002 ** A 1959 Parcel Containing Liquid Label - boxed in red on white, ‘P.P.7A’, ‘O/N. C.2090.-3/59’ 1950(c.) Insured Parcel Label - in red on white, ‘P.P.13’, no 1003 * Aschedule number, mild thin $25 AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Datestamps B.E.S.L. Conference: ‘R.S.L. NATIONAL 1004 * A A2 14th $20 HEADQUARTERS/14TH/B.E.S.L./CONFERENCE/17-21 FEB 58/17FEB58/[CA]NBERRA-AUST’ cancelling USA 4c Reply Postal Card, most unusual. 1005 * A A1 Canberra (2): ‘CANBERRA/28JAN1983/ACT 2600’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 27c Pink Heath PSE. Renamed from Acton PO 2/6/ $30 1913; renamed Queen Victoria Terrace PO 1/2/1983. 1006 * A A1 Canberra (3): ‘CANBERRA/A.C.T. 2601/12APR1983/ [Parliament House]’ (Opening Day), on unaddressed 27c $70 Opening of Canberra GPO PSE. PO 12/4/1983. 1007 * A A1 - ‘FIRST/DAY OF ISSUE/12APR1983/CANBERRA CITY A.C.T. 2601’ (Opening Day), on unaddressed 27c Opening of Canberra GPO PSE. $8 1008 * A A1 - double-circle ‘CANBERRA CITY/12APR1983/A.C.T. 2601’ (Opening Day), on unaddressed 27c Opening of Canberra GPO PSE. 1009 * A A1 Canberra Mail Centre: ‘CANBERRA MAIL CENTRE/ 10JAN1992/A.C.T. 2610’, on 45c A29 Frama on unaddressed Air $15 Mail cover. Renamed from Canberra Mail Exchange MC 5/2/1978. 1010 * A A1 Cook: ‘COOK/27MR[8]7/ACT-2614’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Melbourne Building, Canberra PSE. PO 7/10/ $8

1011 * A- B1

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1012 * A A2

1969; closed 27/3/1987.

Curtin (2): Light strike of double-boxed ‘* POST OFFICE */ ADVANCE D/20JUL1995/CURTIN ACT 2605’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover. PO 11/5/1967. - ‘CURTIN 2605/??AUG1995/A.C.T. AUST’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 - double-boxed ‘* POST OFFICE */ADVANCE B/??OCT1995/ CURTIN ACT 2605’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 11/5/ 1967.

CURTIN/9JE69/ACT-AUST’ in

- ‘PAID AT red (cut-to-shape). Hall: framed ‘HALL/DE20/19[0]9/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/6/1888.

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1/7/1964.

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1016 * A A1+ Hughes: ‘HUGHES/1DE64/ACT-AUST’ (first day) on stampless OHMS cover with boxed violet ‘POSTMASTER/1DEC1964/ HUGHES, A.C.T.’ (A1) on BLC. The enclosed letter from the Postmaster states that this is the first day of use of the CDS. PO 1017 * A B2 1018 * A A2 1019 * A A11020 * A-

1021 D A A1 1022 * A A11023 D A B1 1024 * A- A1 1025 * A A1

$8 $5

Kaleen: ‘KALEEN/6?P?OCT1995/ACT 2617’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 18/8/1987. Kambah Village: ‘* LICENCED POST OFFICE */?????1995/ KAMBAH VILLAGE/A.C.T./2902’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Replaced Kambah PO 30/6/1986. Kingston: ‘* MONEY ORDER TELLER */14AUG1995/ KINGSTON/A.C.T./2604’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Canberra East PO 1/10/1944.

- ‘POST OFFICE/MAIL/ROOM/1APR1998/KINGSTON/A.C.T./ 2604’ (A1) in purple on stampless reduced Austrade window envelope with pointing finger ‘RETURN TO SENDER’ (A1) handstamp. Manuka: ‘MANUKA/10-A22AU83/ACT-2603’, on 27c. PO 1/5/1935. Mawson: ‘MAWSON/17JUL1995/A.C.T.-2607’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 3/3/1969. Page: ‘PAGE/27MR85/ACT-2614’, on 33c. PO 2/2/1970. Queen Victoria Terrace: ‘* POST OFFICE */4OCT1995/ QUEEN VICTORIA/TERRACE A.C.T. 2600’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Canberra PO 1/2/1983. Tuggeranong: ‘* POST OFFICE */17JAN1992/ Tuggeranong/A.C.T./2900’, on 45c A60 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. PO c.1976.

NEW SOUTH WALES 1026 F A 1850 Sydney Views Bluish to Grey Wove Paper 3d yellowgreen, 4-margins, SG #42, Cat £225. 1027 G A 1851-52 Imperf Laureates No Wmk Thick Yellowish Paper 1d carmine, 4-margins (1 close), SG #44, Cat £225, cancelled with ‘55’ BN of Newcastle. 1028 F A 1851-52 Imperf Laureates No Wmk Bluish Wove Paper 1d vermilion 3-margins, SG #47, Cat £120. - 1d red, SG #48, Cat £120, 3-margins, faded toward orange. 1029 F A 1030 F B 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate I No Wmk Blue to Greyish Medium Paper Fine Impression 2d dark blue 4 margins, SG #54, Cat £30, light toning at TLC & BRC, rounded BLC, minor thin at TLC. 1031 W A 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate II - Van Dyke Reprints 2d blue [Pos 49] 1032 V C 1852-53 Imperf Laureates Plate I No Wmk Medium Bluish Grey Wove Paper 6d chocolate-brown 2-margins, SG #75, Cat £250, repaired tear at top. 1853 Imperf Laureates No Wmk Medium Bluish Paper 8d 1033 F B orange-yellow, 4-margins, SG #80, Cat £600, cancelled with BN ‘48’ (A1-) of Tarcutta, large shallow thin, however a visually attractive item. 1854 Imperf Laureates Wmk Double-Lined Numerals 3d 1034 W A yellow-green, SG #87, Cat £275, diagonal line through last E of THREE, 2 close margins. 1035 F B 1854-59 Imperf Large Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d fawn, error wmk 8, 2 good margins, SG 93a Cat £110. 1036 F A - 6d grey, 3-margins, SG #94, Cat £55. 1037 F A - 6d greyish brown 4 margins, SG #96, Cat £35. - 1/- rosy vermilion,3 margins close-good, SG 99, inverted wmk. 1038 F A 1039 F A - 1/- pale red, 4 good margins, SG #100, Cat £70, cancelled with triple oval ‘N.S.W.’. 1856-60 Imperf Small Diadems Recess Wmk Double-Lined 1040 F A Numeral 2d blue plate I, SG #112, Cat £10, 4 margins. - 3d yellow-green four margins close to good SG 115. 1041 F A 1042 V A B3 1860-63 Registered Perf 12 Bluish Wove Paper (6d) orange & Prussian blue, SG #119, Cat £60, a couple of trimmed perfs. 1043 F A C1 1860-63 Registered Perf 13 (6d) rose-red & Prussian blue, SG #124, Cat £60, cancelled with light rays ‘296’ (2a - A2-) of Frederickton. 1044 F A B1 - (6d) rose-red & Prussian blue, SG #124. 1045 W A C2 - (6d) rose-red & Prussian blue, SG #124, Cat £375. 1046 F A C1 1860-63 Registered Wmk Double-Lined 6 Perf 13 (6d) rosered & Prussian blue, SG #125, Cat £22. 1047 F A B4 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 12 2d Prussian blue, SG #137, Cat £12, very poor perfs. 1048 F A D2 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 13 3d blue-green, SG #156, Cat £11, cancelled with fine ‘4’ Diamond Numeral of London. 1049 F A B1 - 1/- crimson-lake SG 170. 1050 * A B1 1863-69 DLR Wmk Single Lined 1 Perf 13 1d pale red P13 SG 195. 1051 * A B1 1867-93 DLR Wmk Single-Lined Numeral 4d pale red-brown SG 204. 1052 * B C2 1871-1902 Wmk 1st Crown/NSW 1d salmon, P10, SG #208a, Cat £250, vertical crease. 1053 * A B1 1882-97 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 2d Prussian blue P11x12 SG 225g. 1054 * A C1 - 3d yellow-green, P11, SG #226d. 1055 * A B1 - 5d blue-green, P12 SG 233a. 1056 * A A1 - 5d blue-green P11x12, SG 233d. 1057 V A B1 - 10d violet, P11x12, SG #236e. 1058 F A B1 1889 Fiscals Optd ‘POSTAGE’ in Blue Wmk 1st NSW 10/mauve & claret P12, SG #241b, Cat £70.

$8 $8 $8

$2 $4 $8 $4

1059 *

A B1

1060 * 1061 * 1062 *

A B1 A B1 B B3

1063 * A B1 1064 ** A/A-

1065 F A A1 1066 F A B2 1067 * 1068 *

A A1 B B2

1069 ** A C1 1070 *

B C2

1071 *

A C1

1888-89 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d mauve SG 253d. - 6d carmine SG 256. - 1/- maroon P12x11½, SG 258a. 1888-89 Centenary Wmk Double-Lined 5/- 20/- cobalt-blue, SG #262, Cat £300, gum toned. 1890 Allegorical 2½d ultramarine SG 285 with Wmk Inverted. 1891 Small Diadem Wmk Single-Lined 10 3d green block of 30 (5x6) from base of the sheet, SG #269, Cat £360++, few minor tonespots, virtually full o.g. with only one unit being lightly mounted. 1894-1904 Fiscals Optd ‘POSTAGE’ in Blue Wmk 2nd NSW 10/- violet & mauve perf 12 SG 275 CTO. 1897 Coin Reissue 5/- reddish purple, P11, SG #297c, Cat £13, rounded BLC. - 5/- reddish purple P11x12 SG 297ce. 1905-10 Wmk Crown/A 8d magenta, strip of 3, SG #344, Cat £66, hinges reinforcing perfs, couple of toned perfs, tiny closed tear at right. 1907 Wmk Crown/Double-Lined A 2d cobalt-blue block of 4, SG #355, Cat £30. 1892 Reprints £1 lilac & claret P12x10 optd ‘POSTAGE’ in light blue, wmk ‘NSW’ Type 1, (Butler records 1,200 optd), some toning. - £1 rose-lilac & claret P12x10 Optd ‘POSTAGE’ in Blue Wmk 1st NSW, with ‘REPRINT’ opt, (Butler records 1,200 optd).

NEW SOUTH WALES | Official Stamps 1072 F A C2 1879-85 Small ‘OS’ Wmk 1st Crown/NSW 6d lilac DLR P10, SG #O8a, Cat £42. $8 1073 * A C1 1888-90 Centenary Type ‘O1’ 6d carmine P11x12, SG #O42. $4

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1877 Queen Victoria 1d rose on white, 117x72mm, 9mm centre 1075 *** Abar of border, HG #3a, card is aged with a few light tone spots on reverse.

$6 $40 $25 $100 $25

$300 $65 $10 $90 $20 $20 $100 $100 $40 $7

$25 $160 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1076 *F 1894 First Line Ends With “And” 1½d red on dark grey narrow Perf A (area inside perfs 137x83mm), HG #A1, cancelled with $200 ‘SYDNEY/AU1/4.P.M/94/18 - N.S.W’ (B1), message inside reads “Specimen of New 1½d New South Wales Letter Card Wednesday 1st August 1894 (Bank Holiday)”. First day of Issue? $200 $55 $50 1077 *F A 1911 Arms Without Text on Back HG #A10, cancelled with cds of JA12. $16 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes * 1870-87 QV 1d dull rose on laid paper with no seal on pointed $10 1078 ** A flap, size b, HG #B1b. $15 * 1888 Centenary 1d violet (indicia 8mm from top) on cream laid $20 1079 ** B paper pointed flap size a, HG #B4, some toning. $10 - 1d violet (indicia 8mm from top) on cream laid paper pointed 1080 *F B flap size a, HG #B4, some toning. $8 $40 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1081 *F A1894 Flap At Right, Contractors Under Flap 3d rose on white envelope, HG #C9, uprated with 2d blue, cancelled with ‘COFFS HARBOUR/NO24/1900/N.S.W’, to the Undersecretary for $240 Lands, Sydney, small closed tear in flap $25 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal History $200 1082 * FB 1850 stampless entire to London with oval ‘A. DREUTLER/IN/ SYDNEY.’ (A1) personal handstamp on reverse, text of letter in $55 French, endorsed “Original per Overland” (indicating that the $40 “overland route” to Alexandria was to be used) & “Sydney 23rd $30 July 1850”, no rate marks, some mild creasing, some small tears $90 in front from addressing. [Auguste Dreutler was the Bremen Consul in Sydney from 1855-61.] $150 $50 1083 *F A1853 use of 4-margins 2d Laureate & 3d dull yellow-green Laureate x2 (2 & 3 margins) (8d for a 1-2oz letter) on cover from $10 Sydney to Goulburn, no flap. $350 $80 1084 *DG A1855 use of 2d Plate II Laureate [pos 34] & Victoria 6d Woodblock, both 4-margins, with illegible cancel, on piece, $50 unframed ‘G.P.O/FE14/1855/ADELAIDE S.A.’ (B1) arrival alongside, 2001 Briefmarkenprüfstelle Basel certificate. [Cross Border Posts were introduced in 1854 and are rare. The 2d paid $50 the inland rate in NSW & the 6d paid the inter-colonial rate from $70 Victoria to South Australia. The stamps were cancelled when $150 they were delivered to a Victorian PO.] $200 1899 use of 2d cobalt-blue P12 (SG #293b) x2 with wmk 1085 *G A $15 inverted cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/AP21/5.30.P.M/99/26’ on long Mutual Life Association of Australia cover. $60 $5 1086 *V B 1902 use of stampless OHMS ‘RETURNED LETTER.’ ‘Dead Letter Office, Sydney, New South Wales.’ cover cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/MY14/3.45.PM.02/2’, ‘BROKEN HILL/MY17/ $15 1902/N.S.W’ arrival, torn at top during opening. $40 $20 1087 *F B 1906 use of 1d Arms, cancelled with light ‘SINGLETON/MY2/ 1906/N.S.W’ (C2), on Grainger & Falkiner Ltd cover with large $45 portion of back covered with advert showing the shop in dark blue-green, small closed tear at top & a couple of tears to $80 backflap, all repaired with transparent paper. $80 $125 NEW SOUTH WALES | Numerals 1089 S A A2 21: rays (2a) on 2d blue Diadem. Allocated to Campbelltown-PO 1/3/ 1828. $20 $25 $5 1090 D A A1 26: rays (2a) on 2d DLR on piece. Allocated to Shoalhaven-PO 1/1/ 1840; renamed Numba PO 1/1/1869; closed 30/6/1928. $20 $20 $15 1091 S A A2 30: rays (3a) on 1d salmon DLR pair. Allocated to Camden-PO 1/5/ 1841. $10 $20 1092 S A A2 32: 1st BN on imperf 2d blue Diadem. Allocated to BerrimaRenamed from Bong Bong PO 1/1/1837. $20 $70


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1093 S B A2 1094 S A A2 1095 S A A2 1096 S A A2 1097 S A A2 1098 S 1099 S 1100 S 1101 D

A B2A A2 A A2 B B2

1102 * A- A1 1103 S B A21104 S A A2 1105 S A B2 1106 S A A11107 S A A2 1108 S A A2 1109 S A A2 1110 S A A2 1111 * A A2 1112 S A A2 1113 S A- B2 1114 S A- B2 1115 * B A2

1116 S A A2 1117 * A- A1 1118 * A A2

1119 * A A2 1120 D A A2 1121 D A- B2 1122 S A2 1123 S A B2 1124 S A A2 1125 S A A2 1126 * B A2

$20

1136 D A B2

840: ‘840’ on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Wyalong-PO 1/8/1876;

Goulburn-PO 1/2/1832.

$30

1137 * A- C1

Braidwood-Renamed from Strathallan PO 1/1/1837.

$30

Bungendore-PO 1/1/1840.

$60

855: BN on 1d Arms tied with framed ‘ILUK[A]/FE23/ 19[07]/N.S.W’ (B2-) on PPC of ‘GEORGE LAURI’ (prominent Australian comedian). Allocated to Iluka-PO 1/12/1876. 879: on 1d Arms, tied by poor framed Adamstown of SP5/1905 on Swain & Co black & white PPC of ‘St. Mary’s Cathedral’.

- rays (2a) on (6d) Registered P12 (faults). 35: right half of 1st duplex (4Da) on 1d salmon DLR. Allocated to 36: rays (3a) on 1864 2d DLR. [Rated PPP] Allocated to 37: 1st BN on 4-margins 2d Diadem. [Rated RRR] Allocated to 39: 2nd BN (1st state with side bars) on 1d DLR ‘OS’. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Cooma-PO 1/1/1847. 44: ‘44 1st BN on 1854 1d Laureate. Allocated to Yass-PO 1/4/1835. - rays (2a) on 3-margins 2d Diadem. - 2 strikes of rays (3a - large numbers) on 2d pale blue DLR. 47: rays (2a) on 1d DLR (+ part 2nd stamp). Allocated to Tumut-PO 1/1/1849.

- rays (3a) on 2d DLR tied with light unframed ‘TUMUT/JA13/ 1879/N.S.W’ (A2-), light unframed ‘[HA]RWOOD ISLAND/JA19/ 1879/=N.S.W=’ (A2-) arrival on back. 49: light 1st BN on 2d Laureate. [Rated RR] Allocated to Wagga

$40 $20 $20 $25 $15 $40

Wagga-PO 1/1/1849.

$10

PO 1/2/1847.

$30

50: rays (2a) on Vic 1863 6d Adapted Design. Allocated to Albury51: 1st BN (1a) on 1854 6d slate-green Diadem 4-margins. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Deniliquin-PO 1/1/1850. 56: light mss “56” on 4-margins 1851 2d ultramarine Laureate. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Hexham-PO 1/1/1840; closed 30/4/1990. 61: rays (3a) on 1864 2d DLR. [Rated PPPP] Allocated to

Gresford-PO 1/1/1841.

66: rays (2a) on (6d) Registered P12. Allocated to Singleton-

Renamed from Darlington PO 1/12/1841.

$70

Bowenfells-PO 1/7/1852; renamed South Bowenfells PO 1/1/1879; renamed South Bowenfels PO c.-/5/1910.

131: rays (2c) on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘WATTLE FLAT/SP24/ 1906/N.S.W’ (B1), on Art Series PPC of ‘THUNDERBOLT SERIES - THE LEAP FOR LIFE’, parallel lines in address side.

1138 * A A1 1139 * B B1

1140 D A B2 1141 D A C2 1142 * A A2 1143 S A A2 1144 D A B2

$60

1145 S A A2 1146 S A A2

$100

1147 D A A1

$20

1148 * B C1

75: rays (2a) on 1862 (6d) Registered P13 (SG #124, Cat £60). [Rated PPPP] Allocated to Jerry’s Plains-PO 1/1/1837. $100 - BN on 1d Arms. $5 88: rays (2a) on 2d DLR tied by unframed ‘PORT-MACQUARIE/ JU1/1863/=N.S.W=’ (B1) backstamp. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Port Macquarie-PO 1/8/1832. $50 93: mss “93”, over-writing an illegible cancel, on 1882 1d DLR. [Rated PPPP - the only copy recorded.] Allocated to Gerringong-PO 1/4/1857. $100 105: rays (2a) on imperf (6d) Registered. [Rated PPPP - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Bendemeer-PO 1/7/1852. $100 114: rays (2a) on imperf 6d Diadem. [Rated PPP] Allocated to $50

1149 D A A11150 D B B2 1151 S A A2+ 1152 S A A2 1153 D A B2 1154 * A A2 1155 S A B2

Allocated to Wattle Flat-PO 1/4/1861; closed 31/10/1980. 167: rays (3a) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Louisa Creek-PO 1/12/1856; renamed Hargraves PO 16/9/1872; closed 29/8/1986.

$25

1156 D A A1

$3

1157 D A B2

1858.

$10

1158 * A B2

221: rays (3a) on 1d Arms, tied by framed ‘HUNTERS HILL/ JY29/1906/N.S.W’ (B1) on PPC. Allocated to Hunter’s Hill-PO 1/6/

378: BN on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘BRUSHGROVE/NO12/ 1907/N.S.W’ (B1) on very early coloured & tinselled ‘Greetings/ from/Brushgrove’ PPC with embossed flowers. Allocated to Brushgrove-PO 1/9/1866.

$50

Allocated to Hanging Rock-PO 1/8/1863; TO 1/3/1944; closed 31/3/1961. 403: 2 strikes of rays (3a) on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Adelong Crossing Place-PO 1/8/1864; renamed Tumblong PO 15/4/1913. 405: right half of duplex on faded 1d arms. Allocated to Coramundra-PO 1/8/1864; renamed Cootamundra PO 1/7/1877. 421: rays (3a) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Cessnock-PO 1/9/1864.

$90

13/5/1882.

$60 $5

31/3/1962.

$4

393: rays (3a), on 2d blue on 3d Registration Envelope to Tatts, tied by framed ‘HANGING ROCK/JU11/[1905]/N.S.W’ (A1).

425: rays (3a) on (6d) Registered. [Rated PPP - not seen by Brown & Campbell.] Allocated to Kameruka-PO 1/11/1864; closed

458: rays (3a) on 1d arms pair. Allocated to Gilgandra-PO 15/5/1872. 470: rays (3a) on 2d Emu. Allocated to Dandaloo-PO 1/5/1867; closed

486: ‘486’ rays (3c) on 2d DLR tied by a poor framed Moss Vale of MR19/1887 backstamp, framed ‘BUNGENDORE/MR20/ 1997/N.S.W’ (C1) transit on back with poor unframed Molong arrival. Allocated to Moss Vale-PO 14/12/1867; renamed Sutton Forest North PO c.1869; renamed Moss Vale PO c.1869.

1127 * B B1

552: rays (3a) on 1d Arms pair tied by framed ‘BOGGABRI/AP4/ 1905/N.S.W’ (A1) on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to Boggabri-PO 1/1/

1128 S B B1

553: Rays on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Dight’s Forest-PO 1/1/1870;

1129 D A A2

627: rays (3c) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Jordan’s Crossing-Renamed

1130 S A B2

651: worn rays on 1d Arms. Allocated to Home Rule-PO 16/9/1872;

1131 * A B1

704: Rays on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘HAYDONTON/DE18/ 19[?]/N.S.W’ (B1) on PPC. Allocated to Haydonton-PO 15/9/1873;

1870.

$6 $4 $4

$30 $15

renamed Jindera PO 1/6/1885.

$3

from Bundanoon PO 1/5/1872; renamed Bundanoon PO 21/4/1881.

$5

1159 S A A2 1160 * A A1

1161 * A A2

1162 D A B2

1164 * B B2

1165 S A B2

1167 * A- B4

1168 S B C2

closed 20/4/1913.

$40

1169 D C B2

Allocated to Tarana-PO 1/12/1873; closed 8/7/1985.

$25

1170 * A A2

Harwood Island-PO 1/2/1875.

$20

22/3/1886.

$35

30/6/1988.

$5

1134 S A B1

817: BN on 1d Arms pair. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Huskisson-PO

1135 S A A2

825: rays (3c) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Burraga-PO 15/1/1876; closed

1171 D A A1 1172 * A A1

$6 $30

Allocated to Adamstown-PO 16/4/1877.

$10

PO 3/9/1878; renamed Junee Junction PO 16/7/1881; renamed Junee PO 1/11/1893.

$10

939: 2nd framed duplex ‘JUN[EE]/JY29/4.30.PM/04/N.S.W 939’ on 2d blue on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to Junee R.S.-PO 6/7/1878; - 1st framed duplex ‘JUNEE/FE7/98/N.S.W - 939’ on 1d Arms pair 944: 3 strikes of BN on 1d arms & 2d blue pair. Allocated to Joadja

$5

Creek-PO 1/5/1883; RO 19/1/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 15/6/1954.

$15

to Clifton-PO 16/6/1879; closed 30/6/1983.

$15

979: BN on 1d Arms tied with framed ‘CLIFTON/NO21/ 1906/N.S.W’ (A1 - ERD) on humourous PPC to Tumut. Allocated 991: BN on 8d Diadem. [Rated PPP - the first offered by us]

Allocated to Garden Palace-PO 17/9/1879; closed 20/4/1880. 1012: BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Jeir-PO 3/2/1880; closed 29/2/ 1928. 1033: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Broadwater-PO 16/7/1880. 1067: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Baker’s Swamp-PO 16/1/1881; closed 28/4/1982. 1098: 3 strikes of BN on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2. Allocated to Salt Creek-PO 1/9/1881; renamed Tareena PO 1/2/1886; closed 6/5/1927.

1099: poor BN on 2d blue tied by ‘BOOROORBAN/JU20/ 1904/N.S.W.’ (B2) on Tatts cover. Allocated to Booroorban-PO 16/9/

1881; closed 30/5/1986.

1107: BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Grong Grong-Renamed from

Grong Grong R.S. PO 1/11/1881; renamed Grong Grong R.S. PO 16/1/ 1884; renamed Grong Grong PO 1/1/1898. 1111: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Centennial pair (faults). Allocated to Urangeline-PO 1/1/1882; closed 31/1/1934. 1127: BN on ½d grey pair. Allocated to Rockdale-PO 15/4/1882. 1162: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Blackheath-RO 16/7/1880; PO 1/2/1883. 1229: on 2d blue x2. Allocated to Colo Vale-PO 16/11/1883; closed 30/11/1973.

1256: ‘1256’ on 1d Arms tied with worn framed ‘HILLGROVE/ NO8/1906/N.S.W’ (B1) on PPC. Allocated to Hillgrove-PO 1/6/1884;

$100 $15 $5 $15 $20 $15 $10 $10 $4 $3 $5

closed 31/5/1979.

$20

1884; renamed Black Mountain PO c.1886; closed 28/9/1985. 1347: 4 strikes of BN on 1d x3 & 2d. Allocated to Thirlmere-PO 1/7/ 1886. 1368: 2 part strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Spencer’s Creek-PO 1/1/1887; renamed Jerseyville PO 16/4/1891; closed 7/10/ 1981.

$10

1274: ‘1274’ on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Booroolong R.S.-PO 8/12/

1384: BN on 1d Arms tied by worn ‘HORNSBY/3-SP09530PM/N.S.W.’ (B2) on PPC. [Hopson & Tobin record use of this cds from 1907 to 1909 only.] 1385: on 1d Arms. Allocated to George Street North-PO 5/9/1887; replaced by Grosvenor Street PO 7/8/1972.

1452: 2 strikes of BN on 2d Blue pair, tied by framed ‘JENOLAN CAVES/FE4/1908/N.S.W’ (A1) on 3d Registration Envelope to “Govt Entomologist Hobart”. Allocated to Jenolan Caves-TO 23/10/

1886; PO 1/1/1889; closed 31/5/1984.

1486: on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘HURSTVILLE/ MY12.1906/N.S.W.’ on PPC. Allocated to Hurstville Railway Station-

PO 17/9/1889; renamed Hurstville PO 1/12/1889; renamed Hurstville Business Centre BC 31/8/1992. 1523: BN on 1d Arms pair perf ‘OS/NSW’. Allocated to Bellinger Heads-PO 1/2/1890; renamed Urunga PO 1/12/1909. renamed Strawberry Hills PO 1/8/1917.

1612: ‘1612’ 1st type BN (numbers 5mm high) on 1d Arms tied with framed ‘PORTLAND/DE11/1906/N.S.W’ (A2) on PPC, framed ‘KURRAJONG HEIGHTS/DE12/1906/N.S.W’ (C1) arrival on face. Allocated to Portland-PO 16/6/1891. 1697: BN ‘1697’ on 1d Arms block of 4. Allocated to Islington-PO

1/1/1893.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Datestamps 1166 D A A1 Aberdeen (2): ‘ABERDEEN/5-P-6MR81/N.S.W.-AUST’, on 22c.

$20

754: rays (3c) on 2½d Allegorical. [Rated PPP] Allocated to

renamed Barmedman PO 22/5/1882.

1163 D A A1+ 1601: BN on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2 tied by small part Elizabeth Street South. Allocated to Elizabeth Street South-PO 23/3/1891;

closed 30/11/1966.

1132 * A A2+ 708: BN on 1d Arms, tied by framed ‘TARANA/SP6/1908/N.S.W’ (B1) on JR & A Jones PPC of ‘MACHATTIE PARK BATHURST’. 1133 S B A2

Page 17

PO 1/6/1861.

Addison Road: poor Addison Road of 16FE44 on 1½d green QE & 4d Koala on cover with mss “Addison Rd/149’ in lieu of registration label. PO 6/11/1923; renamed Marrickville Metro PO 14/1/

$5 $6 $10 $4

$60

$10 $5 $10

$20 $8 $2

1993.

$20

Tumblong PO 15/4/1913.

$10

1947; closed 30/6/1970.

$20

26/3/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 21/4/1977.

$20

Adelong Crossing Place: framed ‘[ADELO]NG CROSSING PLACE/?/?[N.S.]W’ on faded 1890s 1/- roo. PO 1/8/1864; renamed Aldavilla: 3 light strikes of ‘ALDAVILLA/26FE27/N.S.W.’ (inverted decade wheel; ERD) on 1½d red KGV x3. [Hopson & Tobin record 1934-36 only.] TO 2/8/1919; PO 2/10/1919; TO 18/7/ Alleena: ‘ALLEENA/7SE68/N.S.W’ on 10c & 15c AAT on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. TO 4/2/1925; RO Anna Bay: ‘ANNA BAY/29FE64/N.S.W’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed

from Hannah Bay RO 15/5/1896; PO 1/1/1900.

Annandale (2): ‘ANNANDALE/14JA56/N.S.W-AUST.’ (ERD) on ½d roo & 1/- Lyrebird on cover with blue registration label. PO 6/4/1891.

$5 $15


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Arncliffe: ‘ARNCLIFFE/6SE23/N.S.W’ on 1½d green KGV. PO

1/4/1878.

- ‘ARNCLIFFE/2NO58/N.S.W-AUST’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Austral Eden: ‘[AUST]RAL EDEN/10AP[4]2/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 14/10/1918; PO 5/2/1926; TO 1/6/1947; closed 30/11/1959. Avalon Beach: violet 12-hour clock ‘AVALON BEACH/2107/ 21JUL1987/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of window envelope with cash register receipt. PO 15/5/1933. Balladoran: ‘BALLADORAN/28JE85/N.S.W.’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. RO 16/12/1898; PO 15/2/1905; closed 28/6/1985. Balmoral Beach: 2 strikes of ‘BALMORAL BEACH/30AP87/NSWAUST’ on 36c PSE Philas last day cover, unaddressed. PO 15/6/ 1936; closed 30/4/1987.

Banksia: ‘BANKSIA/8JE40/N.S.W’ on 2d & 3d KGVI on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 6/8/1924. Banksmeadow: ‘BANKSMEADOW/30AU37/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3d KGV & 2d red KGVI on front with blue provisional registration label. PO 2/2/1937; closed 27/6/1980. Bankstown: ‘* POST OFFICE */ADV 6/24AUG1995/ BANKSTOWN/N.S.W./2200’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/4/1863. Banora Point: ‘BANORA POINT/3JL61/N.S.W’ on 5d blue QEII. RO 1/11/1920; PO 1/7/1927.

Bardwell Park: ‘BARDWELL PARK/31OC57/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII, cut-to-shape. PO 1/5/1946. - ‘* POST OFFICE */AGENCY/2OCT1990/BARDWELL PARK/N.S.W./2207’ on 43c Skateboarding. Barry: ‘BARRY/21SE84/N.S.W.’ on 30c Ausipex. RO 10/5/1888; PO 1/10/1891; closed 5/6/1991.

Bateman’s Bay (2): ‘MONEY ORDER P.O./26JUN1987/ BATEMANS BAY NSW 2536’ in violet on 36c. PO 1/4/1862. Bathurst Camp: ‘BATHURST CAMP/20OC50/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover. PO 17/5/1948; closed 14/6/ 1952.

Bathurst Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. BATHURST/6FE42/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 2,1) on QE 1d green. PO 23/8/1940; closed 5/6/1946. Batlow: ‘BATLOW/PAID/9JA71/NSW-AUST-2730’ in red.

Renamed from Reedy Flat PO 16/1/1889.

Beaconsfield (2): ‘BEACONSFIELD/7OC50/N.S.W’ on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 10/4/1899. Bedgerebong: ‘BEDGEREBONG/13NO64/N.S.W.’ on 5d green QEII. RO 1/8/1877; PO 1/9/1889; closed 29/4/1988. Beechwood: ‘BEECHWOOD/21AU73/N.S.W-AUST’, alongside 7c. Renamed from Mortons Creek PO 1/7/1888. Bellata: ‘BELLATA/21JA47/N.S.W.’ on 2½d Mitchell. Renamed from Woolabra PO 1/3/1909.

‘BELLBROOK/3JA84/NSW-2440’

Bellbrook: 2 strikes of Post Office Centenary on 27c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. RO 16/1/1882; PO 1/1/1884; closed 10/4/1987.

Bellevue Hill: poor cds of 4MY36 (A1 backstamp) on 2d red KGV & 3d Cable on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/9/1933.

1196 D A A1 1197 * A B2

- ‘BELLEVUE HILL/25FE85/N.S.W.-AUST’, on 22c & 08c Frama. Belmont North: ‘* POST OFFICE */?????1995/BELMONT NORTH/N.S.W./2260’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO

1198 * A A1

Belmore (3): ‘BELMORE/30OC56/N.S.W.’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 19/8/1907. Belmore South: ‘BELMORE SOUTH/30OC50/N.S.W-AUST’ (better backstamp) on 2½d & 6d on ‘L. Jones/Automotive & Diesel Engineer’ cover with blue provisional registration label.

1199 * A A1-

1200 D A A1 1201 * A B2 1202 * A B2 1203 * A- A2 1204 * A B2 1205 * A A1 1206 * A B3

1207 D A A2 1208 * A B1

1209 D A A1 1210 * A A2 1211 * A A1 1212 D A A1

1/6/1960.

PO 1/6/1949; closed 28/4/1994.

Belrose:

‘BELROSE/28SE64/N.S.W’ (LRD)

on 5d green QEII. TO

1/8/1923; RO 4/9/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 20/6/1986.

Ben Bullen: ‘BEN BULL[EN]/14AU52/N.S.W’ on 1d & 2½d on cover. RO 10/8/1885; PO 1/11/1889; closed 6/3/1965. Berkeley Vale: ‘BERKELEY VALE/29AP36/N.S.W’ on 2d & 3d Cable on cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 17/6/ 1924; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Chittaway PO 30/6/1995.

Berkshire Park: light ‘BERKSHIRE PARK/22OC51/[N.S.W.]’ on ½d x2 & 2½d. TO 24/7/1934; PO 1/5/1936; closed 31/3/1961. Berowra Heights: ‘* AUSTRALIA POST */28AUG1995/ BEROWRA HEIGHTS/N.S.W./2802’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 2/9/1968. Berrigan: 2 strikes of ‘BERRIGAN/1MY85/NSW-2712’ Post Office Centenary on 33c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. RO 11/5/1884; PO 1/5/1885.

Beverly Hills: ‘[B]EVERLY HILLS/22AU50/[N.S.W-AUST]’ (inverted 10s wheel - better backstamp) on 1½d pair & 5½d Emu on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Dumbleton PO 1/10/1940.

Bexley: ‘* POSTAL MANAGER */15DEC1995/BEXLEY/N.S.W./ 2207’ on 40c Xmas. PO 1/11/1882. Bibbenluke: 2 strikes of ‘BIBBENLUKE/31JL85/NSW-2632’ (closing day) on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. [Used very short period.] PO 1/10/1870; closed 31/7/ 1985.

Bigga: ‘BIGGA/13MY55/N.S.W’ on 3½d red QEII & 9d Platypus on piece with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1861; closed 17/3/1994. Billinudgel: ‘BILLINUDGEL/1AU72/NSW-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 7c & 50c Cocos on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/6/ 1895.

Bimbi: ‘BIMBI/31AU87/N.S.W.’ (closing day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed. PO 16/3/1883; closed 31/8/1987. Biniguy (2): ‘BINIGUY/-3OC85/NSW-AUST’, on 33c Frama.

Renamed from Biniguy Railway PO 1/3/1949.

$4 $10 $15 $5 $8 $8 $15 $10

1213 D A A1

Binya: ‘BINYA/-5SE85/N.S.W.’, on 33c Frama. RO 19/6/1916; PO

1214 * A A1-

Birmingham Gardens: ‘BIRMINGHAM GARDENS/30MY86/ NSW-2287’ (closing day) on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Closed Cover, unaddressed. PO 1/11/1947; closed 30/5/1986. Birriwa (2): ‘BIRRIWA/19MY75/N.S.W-AUST’ on 10c, unaddressed. RO 22/1/1912; PO 2/6/1913; closed 30/6/1986. Blacktown: ‘* POST OFFICE */1/31AUG1995/ BLACKTOWN/N.S.W./2148’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

1215 * A A1 1216 * A A11217 * A A2 1218 D A A2 1219 * A A1 1220 * A A1 1221 * A A1

$8

1222 D A B2

$5

1223 * A A1

$6 $5 $3 $6 $20

1/8/1917.

PO 1/7/1862.

$3

Renamed from North Bondi PO 12/10/1922.

- ‘* AUSTRALIA POST */H/10AUG1995/BONDI BEACH/N.S.W./ 2026’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Bonnell’s Bay: ‘BONNELL’S BAY/1P 3NO81/NSW-2264’ in violet on 24c. TO 7/7/1948; PO 1/2/1957; closed 3/12/1984. Booker Bay: ‘BOOKER BAY/19FE51/N.S.W’ on ½d on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. RO 15/11/1920; PO 6/4/1923; closed 7/1/1974.

PO 1/7/1899.

$5

1229 S A A2

$12

1230 * A C1

$4

1232 * A A2

$8

1233 D A A2

$10 $4 $8 $10

1234 * A A1 1235 * A A1 1236 * A- B1 1237 D AA1

$15

1238 D B2

$10

1239 * A A1

$20

1240 * A B1

$10

1241 * A A1

$15

1242 * A B2

$8

1243 * A A1

$8

1244 * A A1

$8 $5

$10 $10 $12 $8 $4

1245 * A A1 1246 * A A1 1247 * A A1 1248 * A A1 1249 * A A1

$8

Blighty (3): ‘BLIGHTY/9FE76/NSW-AUST’ on 18c on unaddressed cover. PO 1/5/1956; closed 3/10/1991. Bondi Beach: ‘* AUSTRALIA POST */F/11AUG1995/BONDI BEACH/N.S.W./2026’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

1888.

$8

$4

$4

$5

1224 * A A1+ Boomi: ‘BOOMI LPO/22JUL1999/N.S.W. 2406’ on unaddressed Postage Paid PSE. PO 21/8/1900. 1225 D A2 Boomley: ‘BOOMLEY/2MY59/N.S.W’ cut-to-shape through stamp. RO 18/7/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/6/1963. 1226 D A A1 Boronia Park: light clear ‘BORONIA PARK/12AU40/N.S.WAUST’ on 5d Ram. PO 1/12/1937. 1227 * A A2 Botany (2): ‘BOTANY/31OC50/N.S.W’ (arcs 6,7½) on 8½d Aborigine with blue registration label. Renamed from Lower Botany

1231 * A A1

$8

- 12-hour clock ‘BLACKTOWN/2148/25JUN1990/PRIORITY/ PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. Blakehurst: ‘BLAKEHURST/29MR47/N.S.W’ on piece. PO 16/7/

1228 * A A1+ Bowna: ‘BOWNA/1MY69/NSW-AUST’ on unaddressed 5c Envelope, signed by PM. [Commemorating Bowna’s centenary.]

$6

$4

PO 1/5/1869; closed 20/10/1994.

Bowning: ‘BOWNING/22JY18/=N[.S.]W=’ on 1½d brown KGV. PO 1/10/1874.

Branxton: red worn 12-hour clock ‘BRANXTON/2335/ 12JAN1987/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. Renamed from Black Creek PO 15/7/1862. Brickfield Hill: ‘BRICKFIELD HILL/1—-3MR36/SYDNEY N.S.W’ on 3d KGV on 2d Envelope on blue provisional registration label. PO 1/7/1925; closed 19/2/1982. Broadway: 12-hour clock ‘BROADWAY/2007/13JAN1997/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. Renamed from George Street West PO 1/7/1934.

- ‘* POSTAL SERVICES */OFFICER/ADV.3/13MAY1991/ BROADWAY/N.S.W./2007’ on 5c & 65c. Broke: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */11AUG1995/ BROKE/N.S.W./2330’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

$4

$8 $8 $10 $12 $4 $30 $6 $8 $10 $5 $5 $15 $5 $4

Renamed from Fordwich PO 1/10/1878.

$8

Wyman Street Broken Hill PO 14/9/1964; closed 31/3/1987.

$8

Broken Hill Wyman Street: ‘BROKEN HILL WYMAN STREET/ 31MR87/N.S.W-AUST’ on unaddressed 36c PSE. Renamed from Brookvale: ‘BROOKVALE/4NO36/N.S.W’ on 1d green KGV & 2d SA Centenary pair on cover with blue registration label. RO

1/6/1888; PO 1/8/1899.

Brownsville: ‘BROWNSVILLE/18MR64/NSW-AUST’ in violet on 5d blue QEII. PO 16/9/1883. Buckendoon: ‘BUCKENDOON/15OC47/N.S.W’ cut-to-shape through stamp. RO 1/1/1891; PO 9/11/1891; closed 30/9/1956. Bumbaldry: ‘BUMBALDRY/26MY87/N.S.W’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c PSE. RO 20/11/1892; PO 1/6/1903; closed 26/5/

1987.

Byrock: ‘BYROCK/3SE84/N.S.W.’ Post Office Centenary on 30c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. PO 2/9/1884. Cal Lal: ‘CAL LAL/30JE73/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day) on 7c, unaddressed. PO 20/8/1895; closed 30/6/1973. Cammeray: ‘* POST OFFICE */PSC1/4OCT1995/ CAMMERAY/N.S.W./2662, on #20 Paintings on Tax Pack cover. PO 2/11/1914.

‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */10JAN2000/ CAMMERAY/N.S.W./2062’ (opening day) on Alexander opening cover. Campbelltown: ‘FIRST/DAY OF ISSUE/8SEP1994/ CAMPBELLTOWN N.S.W. 2560’, on 45c A32 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 1/3/1828. Canbelego: ‘CANBELEGO/30JE 87/N.S.W’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. Renamed from Mount Boppy

$10 $10 $40 $5 $8 $5 $8 $8 $4

Mine RO 1/1/1901; PO 10/7/1901; closed 30/6/1987.

$8

1/10/1885.

$8

Canley Vale: 2 strikes of ‘CANLEY VALE/1OC85/NSW-2166’ on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Centenary cover, unaddressed. PO - ‘* POST OFFICE */19AUG1995/CANLEY VALE/N.S.W./2166’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Casino: ‘PAID AT CASINO/- 15DE60/NSW-AUST’ (price turned off) on Tomki Packers cover, to Concord West. Renamed from

Richmond River PO c.1853.

Charmhaven: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */29AUG1997/ CHARMHAVEN/N.S.W./2263’ (closing date) ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */5SEP1997/CHARMHAVEN/N.S.W./2263’ (Last day of use, remained in use at new Lake Haven LPO), on Alexander closure cover. PO 3/9/1956; replaced by Lake Haven PO

29/8/1997.

$8 $12

$8


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1250 * A A1

NORTH/31MR87/NSW-

Chester Hill North: ‘CHESTER HILL AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE with ‘POST OFFICE CLOSED’ cachet with illustration of the PO. PO 1/7/1965; closed 31/3/1987.

$5

30/8/1986.

$5

1251 * A A1

Chullora: ‘CHULLORA/19AU86/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Great Barrier Reef PSE. PO 23/5/1921; closed

1252 * A A2

Chullora Camp: ‘CHULLORA CAMP/22DE50/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover PO 1/8/1949; renamed

1253 * A A1

1254 * A B11255 * A A1 1256 * A A1 1257 * A A1 1258 * A A1 1259 D A A1-

1260 * B B1

1261 * B B1 1262 * B B2

Chullora Park PO 1/12/1951.

Clandulla: ‘CLANDULLA/28MY82/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 24c Waratah PSE, with ‘POST OFFICE CLOSED’ cachet & picture of PO. Renamed from Carwell PO 1/5/1905; closed 28/5/1982.

Clovelly West: ‘* POST OFFICE */25JUL1995/CLOVELLY WEST/N.S.W./2031’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/6/

1938.

Collaroy Beach: ‘* POST SHOP */ADV.A/27JUN1997/ COLLAROY BEACH/N.S.W./2097’ (closing day) on Alexander Closure of corporate PO cover. PO 12/2/1923. - ‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/1JUL1997/COLLAROY BEACH/ NSW/2097’ opening day on Alexander first day cover. Collie: ‘COLLIE/3NO86/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. PO 1/10/1862; closed 3/11/ 1986.

Conargo: ‘CONARGO/1145A13AP88/NSW-2710’ closing day on 37c Platypus PSE, unaddressed. [Used for about 12 months only.] PO 1/9/1864; closed 13/4/1988. Concord Military Hospital: ‘CONCORD MIL HOSPITAL/9-A 18JY45/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 1,½ - projection of D through U of AUST) on 1d purple-brown QE. PO 8/10/1941; renamed Concord

Repatriation Hospital PO 8/1/1951.

Concord Repatriation Hospital: ‘CONOORD REPAT HOSP/ 415P12SE52/N.S.W.-AUST’ (sic) on OHMS cover to Strathfield, several creases. Renamed from Concord Military Hospital PO 8/1/ 1951; closed 6/1/1994.

Condobolin: ‘POSTAGE PAID/3D15AP53/CONDOBOLIN’ on window envelope, mss marking at top of cover. PO 1/7/1858. Condong: framed ‘CONDONG/OC6/1904/N.S.W’ alongside 2d blue cancelled with ‘189[4]’ on Tatt’s cover. RO 1/7/1898; PO 1/9/ 1898.

1263 D A1-

Cootamundra: light ‘POSTAGE COOTAMUNDRA/N.S.W.’ in red (cut-to-shape). Renamed from

1264 * A A2

Cowra Camp: ‘COWRA CAMP/6NO50/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover. PO 28/4/1949; closed 3/2/

1265 * A A1 1266 * A A1 1267 * A A11268 * A- A1 1269 * A B1 1270 * A A1

1271 * A 1272 * A A1

1273 * A A!1274 * A A1 1275 * A A1 1276 * A A11277 * A A1 1278 * A B1 1279 D A A2 1280 * A A1 1281 * A B1

1282 * A A1-

PAID/2D25FE39/

$30

$5 $8 $8 $8 $8 $20

$3

$20

1283 D B1 1284 * A B2 1285 * A A1 1286 D A B2 1287 * A A1 1288 * A A11289 S A A2 1290 * A A1 1291 * A A1 1292 * A A1 1293 D A A1 1294 * A- A1 1295 D A A2 1296 * A A1

$20

1297 * A A1-

$20

1298 * A A1 1299 * A A1

Coramundra PO 1/7/1877.

$15

1956.

$20

1300 * A A1-

$8

1301 * A A1

Crow’s Nest: ‘* POST OFFICE */ADV 1/4AUG1995/CROWS NEST/N.S.W./2065’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 21/2/ 1898.

HEAD/30NO89/N.S.W-AUST’

Crowdy Head (2): ‘CROWDY (closing day) on 41c Kosciusko PSE, unaddressed. TO 11/5/1956; PO 1/9/1962; closed 30/11/1989.

Croydon: ‘* LICENCED POST OFFICE */?AUG1995/ CROYDON/N.S.W./2132’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover. RO 15/6/1877; PO 1/1/1880. Cundumbul (1): mss “Cundumbul/22.4.15” in red on 1d red KGV on commercial front. RO 16/12/1881; PO 1/4/1916; closed 28/2/ 1923.

Curlewis: 2 strikes of ‘CURLEWIS/9DE83/N.S.W.-AUST’ on 27c PSE Philas closing cover, unaddressed. PO 9/12/1883. Dawson’s Hill: 2 strikes of ‘DAWSON’S HILL/30NO83/N.S.W’ (closing day) on 27c Waratah PSE, Philas Post Office Closed Cover, unaddressed. TO 5/11/1913; RO 1/10/1915; PO 1/7/1927;

closed 30/11/1983.

Double Bay: multi-coloured PPC ‘Double Bay Sydney’, unused. PO 1/5/1933.

Drake (2): 2 strikes of ‘DRAKE/230P29NO85/NSW 2470’ closing day on 33c Willandra Lakes PSE, Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. [Used for less than 2 years.] PO 1/4/ 1879; closed 29/11/1985.

Drummoyne: 2 strikes of ‘DRUMMOYNE/3SE84/NSW-AUST’ on 30c PSE Philas Post Office Centenary cover, unaddressed. PO 1/9/1884.

Dungog: ‘PAID AT DUNGOG/30JY68/NSW-AUST’ in red, straight-line violet ‘Unknown Richmond N.S.W./Try VICTORIA’ (A1) on face. PO 1/1/1835. East Balmain: ‘EAST BALMAIN/28FE86/N.S.W.-AUST’ closing day on 33c Kakadu PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/2/1890; closed 28/2/ 1986.

East Maitland: double-boxed ‘RETAIL POST OFFICE/P 16AUG1995 P/EAST MAITLAND 2323’ on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Opened 1/5/1840. Eastern Creek: ‘EASTERN CREEK/4DE86/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Willandra Lakes PSE. PO 1/3/1859;

$8 $8

1302 * A A1 1303 * A A1

$60 $8

1304 D A2 1305 D A A1

$8

1306 * A B1

$10

1307 D A A2 1308 * A C1

$20 $8 $16 $5 $8

1309 * A B1 1310 * A- D1

1311 D A B1 1312 * A A1 1313 * A A1

closed 4/12/1985.

$5

1883.

$8

1315 D A A2

$10

1316 D A A2 1317 D A A2

Eastwood: 2 strikes of ‘EASTWOOD/1N083/NSW-AUST’ on 27c PSE Philas Post Office Centenary cover, unaddressed. PO 1/11/ Eglinton (2): ‘EGLINTON/3AU34/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/6/

1889; closed 30/9/1981.

ELONG/30JE86/N.S.W.’

Elong Elong: ‘ELONG (Closing Day) on Philas Last Day cover. RO 1/6/1918; PO 1/10/1919; closed 30/6/1986. 14AP84 Empire Vale: 2 strikes of ‘EMPIREVALE/ /N.S.W.’ (sic) Post Office Centenary on 30c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. Renamed from German Creek PO 1/5/1915.

$5 $8

1314 * A A1

1318 * A- A1

Page 19 ENFIELD/3½D6MR57/N.S.W-AUST’

Enfield (2): ‘PAID AT on Mirotone window envelope. PO 27/4/1891. 30JE76 Epping: ‘PAID AT EPPING/ /N.S.W-AUST’ in red. Renamed

$16

from East Carlingford PO 17/7/1899.

$4

PO 3/9/1956.

$8

PO 1/9/1885; closed 24/7/1994.

$9

Ermington (2): ‘* POST OFFICE */18JUL1995/ ERMINGTON/N.S.W./2115’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

Eureka: 2 strikes of ‘EUREKA/2SE85/N.S.W’ Post Office Centenary on 33c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. RO 8/5/1882;

Evan’s Plains: ‘EVANS PLAI[NS]/16DE39/N.S.W’ on 1d green & 2d red. PO 1/3/1862; RO 14/2/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/7/1960. Fairfield (2): 2 strikes of ‘FAIRFIELD/20FEB’85/NSW-2165’ Post Office Centanary on 30c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. PO 20/2/1885.

Fairvale: ‘FAIRVALE/28OC87/NSW-2155’ (closing day) on 37c Koala PSE, unaddressed. PO 17/8/1970; closed 28/10/1987. Forest Reefs: ‘FOREST REEFS/8MY31/N[.S.W]’ on 2d Kingsford Smith. PO 1/10/1870; closed 15/11/1974. French’s Road: ‘FRENCH’S ROAD/31DE86/NSW-AUST’ (closing day) on 36c Sydney Mint PSE, Philas PO Closed cover, signed by last Postmaster, unaddressed. PO 1/6/1937; closed 31/12/1986. Garden Island: ‘GARDEN ISLAND NSW 2000/[anchor]/ 5JUL1996/[ship]’ (closing day) on 45c on Alexander illustrated Closing Cachet, unaddressed. PO 13/5/1940. Garland: ‘GARLAND/30JE86/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE. RO 1/5/ 1888; PO 17/1/1901; closed 30/6/1986.

George’s Plains: ‘GEORGE’S PLAINS/18NO45/N.S.W’ on 5½d Emu. PO 1/6/1876; closed 30/9/1982. Gilgai: ‘GILGAI/11JY77/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3c & 5c x3 on unaddressed cover, odd toned perf. PO 16/11/1879. Girraween: ‘GIRRAWEEN/4DE37/N.S.W’ on 2d Sesquicentenary. RO 3/9/1917; PO c.1920; closed 31/8/1971. 1OC86 Glen Davis: ‘GLEN DAVIS/ /N.S.W-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. PO 1/3/1939; closed 1/10/ 1986.

Goonumbla: ‘GOONUMBLA/31OC80/N.S.W-AUST’ (closing day) on 22c Kingfisher, on Philas cachet cover, unaddressed. RO 1/7/ 1915; PO 15/2/1916; closed 31/10/1980.

Goulburn: ‘POSTAGE PAID/ 17DE69/GOULBURN’ on PDS window envelope. PO 1/2/1832. Grafton North: ‘GRAFTON NORTH/27FE87/N.S.W-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE, Philas Post Office closed cover, unaddressed. TO 12/8/1946; PO 1/7/1948;

$10 $8 $8 $10 $8 $8 $8 $5 $4 $5 $8 $10 $16

closed 27/2/1987.

$8

16/8/1883.

$8

Greenwich: 2 strikes of ‘GREENWICH/16AU83/NSW-2065’ Post Office Centenary on 27c PSE, unaddressed. RO 1/10/1880; PO

Grenfield Park: ‘RELIEF/120/10A11MY87/NSW-AUST’ opening day on 36c Sydney Mint PSE, uprated with 1c Lace Monitor cancelled with ‘GRENFIELD PARK/3P1JY87/NSW 2176’ (A1), unaddressed. PO 11/5/1987. Grose Vale: 2 strikes of ‘GROSE VALE/3JA84/NSW-AUST’ Post Office Centenary on 27c PSE Philas cover, unaddressed. PO 1/1/

$10

1884.

$8

George Street North PO 7/8/1972; renamed Grosvenor Place PO 2/5/ 1988.

$8

Grosvenor Street: ‘GROSVENOR STREET/29AP88/NSW-2000’ (closing day) on 37c Platypus PSE, unaddressed. Replaced Guildford (2): ‘PAID AT GUILDFORD/3½14OC58/N.S.W-AUST’ in red. Renamed from Guildford R.S. PO 13/8/1906. Gular Rail: ‘GULAR RAIL/6MY71/N.S.W.’ (LRD by 8 yrs) on 6c.

$10

Gungal: ‘GUNGAL/16JY80/NSW-AUST’ on 22c on unaddressed cover. PO 1/10/1876; closed 30/6/1997. Halekulani: ‘HALEKULANI/9JY70/NSW-AUST’ on 5c blue. PO

$4

RO 15/2/1912; PO 15/2/1913; closed 30/6/1971.

1/8/1967; closed 15/3/1979.

Halfway Creek (2): 2 poor strikes of ‘HALFWAY CREEK/ 30OC35/N.S.W.’ on 1d green & 2d red KGV pair on cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 1/1/1893; PO 1/7/1899; closed

31/5/1969.

Halliday’s Point: ‘HALLIDAYS POINT/23JY74/NSW-2340’ on 3c, 4c & 75c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. [Early date after change of postcode.] TO 10/7/1923; RO 1/4/1926; PO 1/7/1927. Hallsville: poor framed ‘HALLSVILLE/MY30/1907/N.S.W’ (ERD) on PPC to Moombi, 1d Arms cancelled with illegible BN. [Hopson & Tobin only record 1 date of 1910.] RO 16/4/1898; PO 15/9/1899; closed 13/8/1910.

Hamilton: ‘HAMILTON/21AP21/N.S.W’ (arcs 4½,4½) on 2d orange KGV. Renamed from Bore Hole PO 1/8/1872. - ‘HAMILTON/1MY36/N.S.W’ (arcs 4½,4½) on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. Hamilton South: ‘HAMILTON SOUTH/30JE86/NSW-2303’ (closing day) on 33c Kakadu PSE, unaddressed. RO 22/8/1923;

PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1986.

Hammondville: ‘HAMMONDVILLE/14JA81/NSW-AUST on 20c & $2 on 22c PSE with blue registration label. PO 15/4/1935. Hammondville East (1): ‘HAMMONDVILLE EAST/1FE63/ NSW·AUST’ on 5d blue. PO 1/5/1958; closed 17/5/1976. Hanwood: ‘HANWOOD/21JE62/N.S.W’ on 5d blue. PO 1/1/1921. - ‘HANW[OOD]/24AU81/NSW-2674’ (recorded 1981 to early-1982 only) on 24c. Happy Jack: ‘HAPPY JACK/4MY57/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover, central crease. PO 11/10/

1955; closed 15/6/1959. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

$10

$5

$25 $10

$20 $4 $8 $8 $8 $5 $5 $5 $120


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Harbord: ‘HARBORD/15JE36/N.S.W’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Freshwater PO c.-/11/1923. Harden (2): ‘HARDEN/5FE82/N.S.W.’ on 80c & $2 on cover with blue registration label. RO 1/11/1880; PO 1/9/1882. Hardy’s Bay: ‘HARDY’S BAY/9MR64/N.S.W.’ (LRD) on 5d blue. RO 1/7/1921; PO 2/4/1923.

- ‘HARDY’S BAY/11JE70/NSW-AUST’ on 5c Barton. Hardy’s Mill: light ‘HARDY’S MILL/11AP69/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. TO 1/7/1949; PO

PO 1/2/1882; closed 30/6/1980.

$10

1360 D B1 1361 * A A1

Harefield: on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Wallaceton ‘HARGRAVES/29AU86/N.S.W’

Harnleigh: framed ‘HARNLEI[GH]/JA3/19[?]/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Renamed from South Marrickville PO 10/10/1892;

1331 * A A1 1332 * A B1 1333 * A B1 1334 * A A1 1335 * A A1 1336 * A A1

1337 * A- A1 1338 * A A1 1339 D A A2 1340 * A B1 1341 * A B2

Creek PO 16/9/1872; closed 29/8/1986.

renamed South Marrickville PO 14/1/1935.

Harwood Island: framed ‘HARWOOD ISLAND/JU2/ [1]90[?]/N.S.W’ (LRD) alongside 1d Arms cancelled with ‘754’ (3c - A2) on PPC. PO 1/2/1875. - ‘HARWOOD ISLAND/12MR57/N.S.W.’ on 4d cut-out. - ‘HARWOOD ISLAND/14MR75/NSW-AUST’ on 40c & 60c on 10c PSE with blue registration label, violet boxed ‘HARWOOD ISLAND/CENTENARY/1875-1975’ (A1) on face. Brown cover. Hastings Point: ‘HASTINGS POINT/7AU70/[N.S.W-A]UST’ on 5c & 25c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Cudgera Headland PO 1/3/1950.

HEAD/21JY80/N.S.W.-AUST’

Hat Head: ‘HAT on 55c, 70c & $1 on 20c PSE with blue provisional registration label. PO 2/9/1946. 29AP69 Hatfield: ‘HATFIELD/ /N.S.W.’ on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 1/2/1880; PO 1/3/1886; TO 1/12/1928;

1345 * B A1 1346 * A A2

1350 D A B1 1351 D A A2 1352 * A B1 1353 D A B1 1354 * A B2 1355 D A A1

$30 $5

from Lang’s Crossing Place PO 22/2/1861.

- ‘* POST OFFICE */1FEB1999/HAY NSW 2711’ opening day of LPO on PSE Alexander opening cover, unaddressed. - ‘* POST OFFICE */29JAN1999/HAY NSW 2711’ & same for 1FEB, on attractive illustrated Alexander covers for ‘Closure of HAY/Corporate Post Office/29th January 1999’ & ‘Opening of HAY/Licensed Post Office/1st February 1999’. - 12hr clock ‘HAY/2711/23APR1991/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’, unframed ‘POSTED INCORRECTLY/OR TOO LATE’ (A1) alongside, both in pale violet on cover to Sydney. Hay Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL. P.O. HAY/26OC45/N.S.W-AUST.’, on 2½d red & 3d brown KGVI on OHMS cover endorsed “Certified Official” with blue registration label. PO 4/12/1940; closed 29/6/1946. Hazelgrove: ‘HAZELGROVE/10MY70/N.S.W’ on 5c Barton. Renamed from Slippery Creek PO 1/4/1890; closed 31/1/1973.

Heathcote: ‘HEATHCOTE/22SE36/N.S.W’ on 5d Registration Envelope (ASC R27) with blue provisional registration label. RO 7/10/1889; PO 9/4/1890; closed 27/11/1993.

Heatherbrae: ‘HEATHERBRAE/23AP69/NSW-AUST’ (LRD) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Hopson & Tobin only record use from 1965 to 1967.] PO 15/11/1955; closed

1912; closed 14/2/1973.

‘HECKENBERG/27FE71/NSW-AUST’

Heckenberg: on 6c orange. PO 1/7/1965; closed 6/6/1986. 24JY79 Heddon Greta: ‘HEDDON GRETA/ /NSW-2321’ on 40c, 60c & $1 on 20c PSE with blue registration label. RO 17/11/1902; PO 1/7/1903.

Henty: framed ‘HENTY/AU14/1903/N.S.W’ on 1d & 2d pair on registered Tatt’s cover, printed ‘WALLANDOOL’ on flap. Renamed from Doodle Cooma PO 16/1/1891.

Riverwood PO 1/2/1958.

Herne Bay South: ‘HERNE BAY SOUTH/12MY56/N.S.WAUST’ on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 3/5/1954; closed 23/3/1959. Heron’s Creek: ‘HERON’S CREEK/?DE1961/N.S.W.’ on 5d Xmas. RO 5/8/1907; PO 1/7/1908; closed 11/11/1988. Hewetson’s Mill: ‘HEWETSON’S MILL/2NO 64/N.S.W’ (spaced dateline - LRD by 5 yrs) on 3½d QEII perf ‘G/NSW’. TO 18/5/1925; PO 5/3/1929; TO 1/2/1972; closed 12/10/1976.

- ‘HEWETSON’S MILL/17AP 69/N.S.W’ (spaced dateline - LRD by 10 yrs) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Hibbard: ‘HIBBARD/6 9JE64/NSW-AUST’ on 5d blue. [Very rare with time wheels, by 1965 they had been removed.] PO 1/8/1912; closed 28/3/1988.

- ‘HIBBARD/22 JY74/NSW-AUST’ (spaced dateline) on 2c, 30c & 50c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. - ‘HIBBARD/18JA83/NSW-2444’ on 27c.

1364 * A A2 1365 * A B1 1366 * A B1

$8

1367 * A B1

$10

$10

Hay: ‘* POST OFFICE */29JAN1999/HAY NSW 2711’ closing day on PSE Alexander closure cover, unaddressed. Renamed

1362 D A1+ 1363 D A A1

$15

12/10/1953; PO 1/8/1961.

Hernani: framed ‘HERNANI/JA24/190[?]/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Replaced Wirrialpa PO 15/9/1902; closed 27/5/1975. 1347 D A A2+ - ‘HERNANI/15AU66/NSW-AUST’ on 4c cut-out. 1348 * A A2 Herne Bay: ‘H[ERNE] BAY/12FE51N.S.W-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on ½d roo on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Renamed from Riverwood PO 1/4/1946; renamed 1349 * A C1

$10

$20

27/3/1975.

1344 * A B1

$5

PO 1/2/1929; closed 31/12/1971.

Hawks Nest (3): ‘HAWKS NEST/23JY74/N.S.W-AUST’ on 7c Hughes & 75c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. TO

1342 * A A1+ Hebden: ‘HEBDEN/6MR 71/N.S.W’ (spaced dateline) on 30c on 5c Envelope with blue registration label, Brown cover. PO 15/10/ 1343 D A A1

1358 * A B1 1359 * A A2

1326 * A C2

1330 * A A2

$5 $4

1357 * A A1-

$15

‘HAREFIELD/12MY71/NSW-AUST’

Hargraves: closing day on 36c Collingwood Town Hall PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Louisa

1328 D A A2 1329 * A A1

$5

1356 * A A2

1/4/1950; closed 11/4/1974.

1325 * A A1

1327 * B B2

$8

$8 $8

1368 * A B2

1369 D A B2 1370 D A A1 1371 * A B1 1372 * A A1

$10 $4 $25 $8 $25

$30 $10 $8 $6

1373 S A B21374 * A A2 1375 D A B1 1376 * A- A1 1377 * A A11378 * A A1-

1379 D A B2 1380 * A B2 1381 * A B1

$20 $20 $4

$15 $20 $5 $20 $80 $30 $15 $3

1382 D A A2 1383 D A A2 1384 * A B1

1385 D A A11386 * A B2 1387 * A B1 1388 D A2 1389 * A A2

Hickey’s Creek (2): ‘HICKEY’S CREEK/18AP69/NSW-AUST’ (LRD) on 25c, 5c cancelled at Armadale on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record 1966 only.] RO 1/8/1882; PO 15/4/1886; closed 8/4/1970. Hillsdale: light ‘HILLSDALE/30DE82/N.S.W-2036’ (better backstamp) on 35c & 90c x3 on 24c PSE with blue registration label, Brown cover. PO 1/7/1974; closed 27/12/1990. Hilltop: ‘HILLTOP/22MY36/=N.S.W=’ 3d KGV & 2d Cable on cover with blue registration label. RO 11/1/1886; PO 16/12/1887. Hobby’s Yards: ‘HOBBY’S YARDS/14 NO 68/N.S.W’ on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 1/2/

1879; PO 16/6/1887; TO 1/7/1980; closed 25/9/1982.

- ‘HOBBY’S YARDS/2 JA 80/N.S.W’. Holdsworthy Mil. P.O. (1): cut-down relief ‘ TM / 9MY41/N.S.W.’ on 4d Koala on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 5/5/1941; closed 6/6/1946. - ‘MIL.P.O.HOLDSWORTHY/13FE42/N.S.W-AUST’. Hollisdale: ‘HOLLISDALE/5FE38/N.S.W.’ on blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Central Pappinbarra PO 6/10/1923;

TO 1/6/1945; PO 16/7/1945; closed 10/6/1980.

- ‘HOLLISDALE/16JA71/N.S.W.’ on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Hollydeen: ‘HOLLYDEEN/15AP69/N.S.W.-AUST.’ on 10c & 20c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 1/9/1914; PO 1/1/

1917; closed 15/10/1974.

Holmesville: ‘HOLMESVILLE/11AU80/NSW-2286’ 2c, 10c x2 & $1 x2 on 20c PSE with blue blank provisional registration label, Brown cover. Renamed from Estelville PO 1/7/1968; closed 29/10/1993. Holmwood (2): ‘HOLMWOOD/17JA71/N.S.W.’ (LRD by 8 yrs) on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 16/3/

$60 $8 $10 $15 $4 $40 $7 $10 $20 $15 $12

1891; PO 16/4/1894; closed 31/8/1971.

$15

PO 1/6/1912.

$30

Holroyd: framed ‘HOLROYD/DE23/1909/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC of ‘City Bank, Young’, from Young to Merrylands. [The City Bank of Sydney closed in 1918 and became part of what is now Westpac.] Replaced Merrylands PO 14/3/1898; renamed Merrylands Holt’s Flat: ‘HOLT’S FL[AT]/11SE36/N.S.W’ on SA Centenary 2d. RO 16/3/1881; PO 1/2/1884; closed 30/6/1964. Home Rule: ‘HOME RULE/24OC50/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI.

$8

PO 16/9/1872; closed 30/11/1966.

$8

closed 30/8/1996.

$8

Homebush: ‘HOMEBUSH/27JA51//N.S.W.’ on 9d Platypus on cover with blue registration label. TO 13/12/1877; PO 1/1/1878; - ‘STATE SPORTS CENTRE/30AUG1996/HOMEBUSH NSW 2140’ (closing day) on 45c PSE with Alexander closing cachet, unaddressed. Homebush Bay Abattoirs: ‘[HOMEBUS]H BAY ABATTOIRS/ 10AU27/=[N.S.W=]’ on 1½d red KGV Die II perf ‘OS/NSW’. PO

$8

19/4/1915; closed 31/12/1932.

$15

PO 15/1/1913.

$15

1/10/1882; PO 15/11/1913; closed 30/10/1954.

$15

Homebush West: ‘HOMEBUSH WEST/16OC56/N.S.W’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Hopefield: ‘HOPEFIELD/17MY38/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI. RO Hornsby (2): ‘HORNSBY/24OC50/N.S.W’ on 8½d Aborigine on cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Hornsby Junction PO 1/5/1900.

- ‘* AUSTRALIA POST */4/15SEP1995/HORNSBY/N.S.W./ 2077’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover. Hornsby Heights: light ‘HORNSBY HEIGHTS/5MY80/NSWAUST’ (better backstamp) on 2c, 40c & $2 with straight-line handstamp (A1) in violet on blue provisional regn label. PO 1/6/

$8 $8

1961; closed 31/7/1986.

$10

renamed Hornsby PO 1/5/1900.

$20

Hornsby Junction: framed ‘HORNSBY [JUNC]TION/MY13/ 1897/N.S.W’ on 1d Centennial. RO 16/4/1887; PO 15/9/1887;

Hornsby Northgate: ‘HORNSBY NORTHGATE/[4]NO11/NSW2077’ on 2c, 50c & $2 on 22c PSE with blue provisional registration label, Brown cover. PO 16/9/1981. - 30mm violet ‘* POST OFFICE */19JAN1983/HORNSBY NORTHGATE N.S.W. 2077’ on 2c & $1, 12hr clock HORNSBY/NORTHGATE 2077/19JAN1982/PRIORITY/PAID/ OFFICE’ on face. - ‘[* P]OST OFFICE */PAID/PSO 6/23MAR1989/[HO]RNSBY N’THGATE/N.S.W./2077’ on 30c & cut-through 95c. Horseshoe Creek: ‘HORSESH[OE CRE]EK/16JL34/N.S.W’ on 2d Vic Centenary. RO 1/6/1910; PO 15/12/1911; closed 30/4/1966. Howell: framed ‘HOWELL/SP7/1911/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC, fine blue triple-oval ‘ANTHONY HORDERN & SONS/ SEP111911/UNIVERSAL PROVIDERS’ datestamp on face.

Renamed from Bora Creek OFFICIAL 1/7/1901; TO 1/6/1959; closed 30/9/1965.

Hume Weir (2): ‘HUME WEIR/10NO65/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1d QEII perf ‘G/NSW’ pair. PO 1/8/1952; closed 7/3/1985. Hunter’s Hill: ‘HUNTER’S [HILL]/15SE50/N.S.W’ (arcs 4,5 LRD - better backstamp) on 8½d Aborigine on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/6/1858. Hurlstone Park: ‘HURLSTONE PARK/16OC56/N.S.W’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 15/8/1911.

Hurlstone Terminus: ‘HURLSTONE TERMINUS/3DE41/ N.S.W’ on piece. PO 8/11/1923; closed 9/7/1993. Hurstville (2): ‘HURSTVILLE/25MR44/N.S.W.’ (ERD) on 5½d Emu on cover with ‘HURSTVILLE/”R3470”‘ in lieu of registration label. Renamed from Hurstville Railway Station PO 1/12/1889; renamed

Hurstville Business Centre BC 31/8/1992.

$5

$5 $5 $7

$15 $5 $3 $10 $4

$10


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1390 * A A1

1393 D A A2

- ‘HURSTVILLE/13DE67/N.S.W-AUST.’ (arcs 3,3) on 1c on 24c Registration Envelope (ASC #R47) with blue registration label. - unusual hand-applied red square datehead ‘HURSTVILLE/ PAID//7NO73/?/PAID/NSW AUST/2220’, on stampless cover with blue registration label. [Most unusual and clearly an emergency use due to the absence of the regular paid cds.] - violet 12hr clock ‘HURSTVILLE/2220/5AUG’81/PRIORITY/ PAID/OFFICE’, unframed ‘POSTED INCORRECTLY/OR TOO LATE’ (A1) alongside, on cover to Sydney. Hyam’s Beach: ‘HYAM’S BEACH/27MY66/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1c.

1394 D A A2

Hyndman: ‘HYNDMAN/4NO40/=N.S.W=’ on 2d red KGVI. RO

1391 * A- B2

1392 * A- A2

1395 D A A2 1396 * B B1 1397 D A B2 1398 * A B1 1399 * A- A1

1400 * A B2

1401 * A B1 1402 * A- A2 1403 * A- A1

1404 * A- A1 1405 * A A2 1406 D A B2 1407 * A B1 1408 D A1 1409 D A A2 1410 * A B2

1411 * A A2 1412 * A- B1

1413 D A A1 1414 * A A1 1415 * A A1 1416 D A B2 1417 * A A1 1418 * A- B1 1419 * A B1

1420 S A A2 1421 D A A1 1422 * A A1 1423 * A A1 1424 * A A1

$6

$20 $5

1425 * A A2

Jeogla: (LRD by 5 years) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 17/5/1920; PO

1426 * A B1

Jerangle: ‘JERANGLE/20SE71/N.S.W’ on 12c & 24c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 10/5/1888; PO 1/9/1891;

1427 D A B1

Jerrara: ‘JERRARA/22SE48/N.S.W’ (LRD) on ½d Roo. PO 16/9/

1428 * B B1

PO 1/2/1955; closed 28/11/1986.

$15

13/9/1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 19/5/1951.

$25

10/2/1897; closed 31/7/1931.

$20

31/12/1909.

$50

1432 S A B2

$6

1433 * A A1

$40

1434 * A- B1

Iandra: framed ‘IANDRA/1914/DE15/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. PO Idaville: framed ‘IDAVILLE/OC23/1907/N.S.W’ on face of PPC with stamp removed. Renamed from Craeton PO 16/12/1882; closed

Ifield: ‘IFIELD/8FE60/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. PO 23/6/1947;

closed 11/11/1977.

Illewong: ‘ILLEWONG/6-AUG1908/N.S.W’ on Arms 1d on PPC of ‘MISS CARRIE MOORE & POST OFFICE COBAR’. Renamed

from Bee Mountain PO 1/9/1906; closed 19/2/1927.

Iluka: ‘ILUKA/6SE37/N.S.W’ on ½d orange KGV pair & 3d SA Centenary on Jamieson cover with blue registration label. 1d green QE applied over ‘COMMERCIAL/PAPERS ONLY!’ handstamp, presumably by Postmaster after he included correspondence in the cover. PO 1/12/1876. Ingebyra: ‘INGEBYR[A]/10FE31/N[.S.W]’ (ERD) on 1d green & 2d red KGV pair on cover with “Reg No/103” in lieu of registration label. RO 16/9/1895; PO 1/1/1899; RO 1/4/1918; PO 1/7/ 1927; closed 5/7/1972.

‘INGEBYRA/5SE69/NSW-AUST’

on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Ingleburn: violet 12hr clock ‘INGLEBURN/2565/4JAN1989/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’, on cover to Sydney. RO 15/11/1886;

PO 1/1/1889.

Ingleburn Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. INGLEBURN/6NO39/N.S.WAUST’ (arcs ½,1 - ERD) on 1d green QE & 3d blue KGVI on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 3/11/1939; closed 31/5/1993.

- ‘MIL.P.O. INGLEBURN/30AP40/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 1,1) on 1d green QE x4 on RSSILA cover with blue registration label. - 12hr clock ‘INGLEBURN/MILPO 2174/29AUG1986/PRIORITY/ PAID/OFFICE’, on cover to Liverpool. Innes View: worn ‘INNES VIEW/13JE61/[N.S.W]’ on 5d blue. TO

2/9/1924; PO 12/4/1937; TX 27/1/1942; closed 7/7/1964.

Inverell: ‘INVERELL/23JA37/=N.S.W=’ on stampless PMG cover with rare use of Parcel Label in lieu of registration label. Replaced Byron PO 15/9/1859.

- violet double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/23JUN1972/INVERELL N.S.W.’. Inverell North: ‘INVERELL NORTH/24AU54/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from North Inverell PO 1/10/1948; closed

1429 * A B21430 * A- B2 1431 D B A1

1435 * A- B2 $30

$50 $30

1436 S A B2 1437 D A A1 1438 * A B1 1439 * A A1

$5

$5 $10 $20

1442 * A B1 1443 * B1

1445 * A C1

PO 1/1/1892; RO 1/12/1922; PO 1/7/1927; TO 15/7/1931; closed 31/12/ 1931.

$60

1446 * A A1

1/4/1980; closed 3/9/1986.

$20

1447 * A A1

Isabella: on 10c & 20c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 15/2/1896; PO 1/7/1898; TO

Island Bend: ‘ISLAND BEND/26NO51/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d Roo & 1/- Lyre with mss ‘R1229/ISLAND BEND” in lieu of registration label. PO 11/1/1951; closed 30/4/1968. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

Islington: ‘ISLINGTON/4AU47/N.S.W.’ on 5½d Registration Envelope strip with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1893. - ‘POST OFFICE/1/12JAN1996/ISLINGTON/N.S.W./2296’ (closing day) on 45c with Alexander Closure of N.S.W. P.O. cachet, unaddressed. Ivanhoe: ‘IVANHOE/8JY69/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 6½,6) on 10c & 20c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1874. Jackadgery: ‘JACKADGERY/?/=[N.S.W]=’ on 1/- Platypus perf ‘G/NSW’ pair. TO 24/9/1914; RO 1/1/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 9/7/

1976.

- ‘JACKADGERY/2MR71/=N.S.W=’ on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Jannali: ‘JANNALI/21JA58/N.S.W.’ on 3d QEII & 1/- Lyrebird on Business reply Envelope with blue registration label. PO 15/5/

1933.

Jembaicumbene: ‘JEMBAICUMBENE/8JA69/NSW-AUST’ (LRD) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record use only in 1966.] PO 1/2/1861; TO 1/7/ 1971; closed 28/3/1979.

Jenolan Caves: framed ‘JENOLAN CAVES/OC2/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms. TO 23/10/1886; PO 1/1/1889; closed 31/5/1984. - ‘JENOLAN CAVES/13AP64/N.S.W.’ (arcs 2,1¾ - LRD) on 5d blue. - ‘JENOLAN CAVES/30MR74/NSW-AUST’ (last day) on illustrated souvenir cover. - ‘AUSTRALIA’S UNDERGROUND FAIRYLAND/1APR1974/ JENOLAN CAVES N.S.W. 2790’ (first day) on illustrated souvenir cover. - ‘AUSTRALIA’S UNDERGROUND FAIRYLAND/31MAY’84/ JENOLAN CAVES N.S.W. 2790’ (closing day) on 30c PSE, unaddressed.

$100 $5 $8 $10 $5 $15 $8

1448 S A A2 1449 * A A1 1450 * A A1

$40

1453 * A A3-

1457 * A A1 1458 * A B1 1459 * A A1

$60 $40 $60

1969. [Snowy River Scheme]

$40

24/12/1941.

$50

7/7/1899; closed 1/3/1995.

$40

21/12/1896; closed 29/10/1982.

$15 $12

Jindabyne Dam (2): ‘JINDABYNE DAM/11FE65/NSW-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover. PO 2/3/1964; closed 3/4/ Jindalee: ‘JINDALEE/4[AU19]37/N.S.W.’ on 4d olive KGV on Jamieson cover with red N7 registration label. PO 1/1/1889; closed John’s River: ‘JOHN’S RIVER/24SE36/N.S.W’ on 4d olive KGV on Jamieson cover with blue registration label. RO 22/4/1889; PO

Jones’ Island (2): framed ‘JONES [ISL]A[ND]/JA15/ 1911/N.S.W’ on 2d blue. Renamed from Croki Manning River PO

- ‘JONES’ ISLAND/2JY62/N.S.W’ on 5d blue. - ‘JONES’ ISLAND/25JY74/NSW-AUST’ on 35c & 40c on 7c Envelope with blue registration label. Fischer cover. Judd’s Creek (2): ‘JUDDS CREEK/23AP69/N.S.W’ (LRD by 9 years) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with violet ‘JUDD’S CREEK/ POST OFFICE’ on blue provisional registration label. RO 8/5/

$15

1889; PO 16/1/1890; closed 24/2/1982.

$40

Junction PO 1/3/1976; closed 31/1/1979.

$30

1906; TO 17/9/1945; closed 31/8/1966.

$40

1959. [Snowy River Scheme]

$60

Junee Junction PO 1/11/1893.

$3

Junction Shaft: ‘JUNCTION SHAFT/8MY57/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover. PO 6/6/1955; closed 30/5/

Junee (2): ‘JUNEE/14DE50/N.S.W’ on ½d Roo on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Renamed from Junee Junction: framed ‘[J]UNEE JUNCTI[ON]/?/[N.S.W]’ on 2d DLR. Renamed from Junee R.S. PO 16/7/1881; renamed Junee PO

1/11/1893.

$10

from The Reefs PO 1/8/1917; closed 30/11/1971.

$80

Junee Reefs: ‘JUNEE REEFS/28AP69/N.S.W.’ (LRD by 11 years) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue ‘JUNEE’ registration label ammended with “REEFS”. [The only SDL recorded.] Renamed

Karuah: 2 strikes of ‘KARUAH/1AP85/NSW-2324’ on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Centenary cover, unaddressed. Renamed from

Aliceton PO 1/1/1892.

$8

1879; PO 16/8/1880.

$8

Katoomba: ‘KATOOMBA/17AUG1980/N.S.W. 2780’ on 22c PSE Philas Post Office Centenary cover, unaddressed. RO 1/2/

Kiama: oval ‘NEWSPAPER POST[AGE PAID]/MY25/1907/AT KIAMA, N.S.W’ on 2d blue. PO 1/1/1841. Kogarah: ‘FIRST/DAY OF ISSUE/8SEP1994/KOGARAH N.S.W. 2217’, on 45c A3 frama on unaddressed cover. PO 1/8/

$20

1863.

$4

Charmhaven PO 5/9/1997.

$8

1/3/1865.

$8

PO 1/12/1955; closed 28/11/1986.

$8

Lake Haven: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */8SEP1997/LAKE HAVEN/N.S.W. 2263’ opening day on 45c with Alexander Lake Haven opening of new LPO illustration, unaddressed. Replaced

Lankey’s Creek (2): light ‘LANKEY’S C[REEK]/[51]/N[.S.WAUST]’ (type 3) on ½d & 3d. [Hopson & Tobin do not record this type.] PO 8/1/1906; closed 18/9/1961. A A2+ Leadville: ‘LEADVILLE/15JY80/N.S.W.’ on 22c, unaddressed. RO

1456 * A A1-

$8

1915; PO 1/7/1927; TO 16/8/1931; closed 24/3/1956.

Lambton North: ‘LAMBTON NTH/28NO86/N.S.W-AUST’ (closing day) on 36c PSE Philas Post Office closed cover, unaddressed.

$6

$15

16/5/1883; closed 8/3/1974.

Jervis Bay (2): ‘JERVIS BAY/830-12??95/NSW 2540’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 12/8/1912. Jiggi: ‘JIGGI/19SE37/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI on cover with blue blank provisional registration label. PO 1/1/1886; closed 30/11/1966. Jimenbuan: ‘JIMENBUAN/-8JY35/N.S.W’ (ERD) on letter from Postmaster to Jamieson. PO 1/8/1881; closed 29/2/1952. Jinabiby: ‘JINABIBY/26JE37/[=]N.S.W=’ on 2d red KGV. RO 2/3/

1452 * A A1

1455 * A- B1

$15

$15

Jerrawa: framed ‘JERRAWA/28FE/1908/N.S.W’ (day slugs inverted) arrival on PPC from North Sydney. RO 10/6/1878; PO

Lambton: violet ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */3OCT1995/ LAMBTON/N.S.W/2299’ opening day on 45c, unaddressed. PO

$60

$8

1892; closed 31/8/1950.

1451 * A A1

1454 *

$5

$10

Junction Point (2): ‘JUNCTION POINT/5FE1935/[N.S.W]’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [The first offered by us] RO 1/1/1890; PO 1/9/

$5

‘ISABELLA/28MR69/N.S.W’

closed 21/12/1984.

1441 D A B3

1444 S A B3

Irvington: framed ‘[I]RVINGTON/DE27/[1905]/N.S.W’ alongside 2d blue cancelled with poor ‘1642’ on Tatt’s cover. RO 1/1/1887;

$20

Junction Hill: ‘JUNCTION HILL/10AU78/NSW-2460’ on 45c x2, 60c & 70c on cover with typed “JUNCTION HILL” on blue ‘Carrs Creek Junction’ registration label. Renamed from Carr’s Creek

$15

30/11/1976.

9/12/1920; TO 1/7/1974; closed 24/9/1981.

1440 * A A1 $20 $20

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‘JEOGLA/23SE70/N.S.W.’

10/8/1891; PO 16/7/1892; closed 28/6/1991.

Leppington: ‘LEPPINGTON/12FE51/N.S.W-AUST’ (ERD) on 1d & 2d. RO 12/2/1924; PO 1/7/1927. Lewisham: 2 strikes of ‘LEWISHAM/30AP87/NSW-AUST’ (closing day) on 36c PSE Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. PO 1/3/1912; closed 30/4/1987. Lindfield: ‘PAID AT LINDFIELD/2D29NO40/N.S.W.’ on plain window envelope. PO 5/1/1895. Lisarow: ‘LISAROW/30JE86/NSW-AUST’ (closing day) on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. RO 21/10/

1907; PO 15/11/1909; closed 30/6/1986.

Liverpool Mil. P.O.: ‘MILPO LIVERPOOL/5P 30JA87/2/NSW 2172’ (closing day) on 33c PSE. PO 18/10/1939; closed 30/1/1987.

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Liverpool West: ‘LIVERPOOL WEST/28FE87/NSW-AUST’ Closing Day on 36c PSE, unaddressed. PO 2/2/1959; closed 28/2/

1461 * A A1-

Liverpool Westfield: ‘* LIVERPOOL WESTFIELD */3/ 4AUG1995/POST SHOP/N.S.W./2170’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Replaced Liverpool PO 1/6/1992. Llangothlin: ‘LLANGOTHLIN/12JY77/N.S.W.’ on unaddressed philatelic cover. RO 15/11/1886; PO 1/1/1890. Lord Howe Island: ‘Lord Howe Island 2898/WOODHEN [woodhen]/Centenary of Post Office . 1 Jun 1981’ on 50th Anniversary of Sir Francis Chichester’s Flight Across the Tasman cover, unaddressed. RO 1/6/1881; PO 1/8/1882. Maitland Showground: ‘MAITLAND SHOWGROUND/28FE62/ NSW-AUST’ (first day) on 1961 Xmas. Includes a letter from PM explaining that the CDS was first used on this day. [The show runs annually for 4 days only.] PO 27/2/1951; closed 1/3/1974. Mangerton: 2 strikes of ‘MANGERTON/30JE86/N.S.W.-AUST’ (closing day) on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. PO 2/4/1951; closed 30/6/1986. Manly: multi-coloured PPC ‘Among the Breakers Manly NSW’, used 1908 to Belgium. PO 1/4/1857. Marrickville Metro: ‘MARRICKVILLE METRO LPO 225090/ 11AUG1995’, (inverted date) on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

1462 * B A1 1463 * A A1

1464 * A A1

1465 * A B1 1466 * A 1467 * A B2 1468 * A A1

1469 * A A11470 * A A1 1471 D A B2 1472 * A A1

1473 * A A1 1474 * A A1 1475 D B1 1476 * A A2 1477 * A B2 1478 * A B1 1479 * A B1 1480 * A A1 1481 S A A2 1482 * A B1

1483 D B2 1484 * A A1 1485 * A 1486 * A A1

1487 * A B11488 * A A1 1489 * A A1 1490 * A A1 1491 * C B1

1492 * A B2

1987.

Renamed from Addison Road PO 14/1/1993.

Matcham: ‘MATCHAM/23JE86/NSW-AUST’ (closing day) in magenta on 33c PSE, boxed ‘LAST MAIL’ hand-stamp (A1+) at left, signed by the last Postmistress E.Brooking. PO 15/8/1911;

closed 30/6/1986.

Mayfield East: ‘MAYFIELD EAST/31JY86/N.S.W.-AUST’ (closing day) on unaddressed 33c PSE. Renamed from Tirrikiba PO 1/8/1952; closed 31/7/1986.

‘McCALLUMS

HILL/31MR87/NSW-

McCallums Hill: 2 strikes of 2195’ (Closing Day) on Philas illustrated Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 2/2/1942; closed 31/3/1987. Meadow Flat: ‘MEADOW F[LAT]/30JE52/N.S.[W]’ on 3½d KGVI. PO 1/3/1857; closed 31/1/1978. - ‘MEADOW FLAT/6MY65/N.S.W.’ on stampless PMG cover endorsed “Reg Fees/State Elections”. [Regulations allowed election papers to be mailed without pre-payment. This envelope was used to send the fees incurred to the Chief Accountant.] Menai (3): ‘MENAI/1-28JY86/1/NSW 2234’ (centenary) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 28/7/1986; renamed Bangor PO 2/1/1995. Milparinka: ‘MILPARINKA/31MR87/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day) on 36c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Milperinka PO c.1925; closed 31/3/ 1987.

Milson’s

Point:

POINT/—-

‘PAID AT MILSON’S red. PO 11/1/1892. Mosman: ‘POS[TAGE PAI]D AT MOSMAN/??6JE63/N.S.W’ on plain window envelope. Renamed from Mossman’s Bay PO 1/8/1893. Mount Pleasant: ‘MT PLEASANT LPO/??P22AU95/NSW 2749’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/3/1865; renamed 3DE75/N.S.W.AUST.’ in

Burrawang PO 1/7/1865.

Mount Victoria: ‘MOUNT VICTORIA/18MR52/N.S.W’ on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from One Tree Hill PO 1/7/1876.

Mullengandra: ‘MULLENGANDRA/330P 26FE93/NSW-2644’ (Closing Day) on 45c PSE, Alexandra Closure of Post Office cover, unaddressed. PO 16/5/1888. Neilrex: ‘NEILREX/1045A30JE86/NSW-2831’ closing day 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1918; closed 30/6/1986. Nelsons Bay: framed ‘NELSONS BAY/OC9/1915/[N.S.W]’ on 1d Roo perf small ‘OS’. TO 22/10/1869; PO 1/9/1883; renamed Nelson Bay PO c.-/11/1926.

Neurea: ‘NEUREA/1SE59/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3½d Cobb & Co on PO Centenary cover. A note on face indicates that only 6 covers were cancelled. Includes newspaper cut-outs about the centenary. Renamed from Black Rock PO 1/6/1880; closed 28/4/1982. New Lambton (2): ‘[PAI]D AT NEWLAMBTON/4-P-?MY77/NSWAUST’ (sic - 1 word) in red. PO 1/9/1892. Newcastle: ‘* POST OFFICE */POS/15/29MAY1996/ NEWCASTLE/N.S.W./2300’, on 45c A45 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. PO 1/3/1828. Newtown: multi-coloured PPC ‘St.Stephens Newtown’, used. PO 1/3/1854.

Niagara Park (3): 2 strikes of ‘POST OFFICE/1JUL’86/ NIAGARA PARK, N.S.W. 2250’ (opening day) on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, with Philas Post Office Opened cachet, unaddressed. PO 1/7/1986; closed 30/9/1988. North Maitland: ‘NORTH MAITLAND/16AU95/N.S.W.-AUST’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack. PO 14/2/1938. North Randwick: ‘NORTH RANDWICK/27MR86/NSW-AUST’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1921; closed 27/3/ 1986.

North Rothbury: 2 strikes of ‘NORTH ROTHBURY/ on 27c PSE Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. PO 15/8/1914; closed 30/11/1983. North Ryde: 2 strikes of ‘NORTH RYDE/2SE85/NSW-AUST’ on Philas PO Centenary Cover, unaddressed. PO 1/9/1885. North Sydney: ‘POSTAGE PAID/AT/NORTH SYDNEY/ 2½D26OC43/N.S.W’ on Apostolic Delegation cover with addressee roughly ripped out from front. Renamed from St. 30NO83/=N.S.W=’

Leonards PO 1/11/1890.

North Sydney Shopping World: ‘* POST OFFFICE */ 14OCT1995/SHOPPINGWORLD/N.S.W./2060’ (sic) on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 25/11/1981.

1493 * A B2 $8 $8 $3

$8

$25 $8 $10 $8

$8 $8 $8 $4

1494 S B B2 1495 * A A1 1496 * A A1 1497 * A A11498 * A A2 1499 * A A1 1500 * A B2

$5

Padstow North: ‘PADSTOW NORTH/11A 10JA87/NSW-2211’ (Last Day) on unaddressed 36c PSE. [Rare; used maximum of 18 months only] PO 1/10/1959; closed 10/1/1987. Pagewood: ‘PAGEWOOD/11 30JE88/NSW 2035’ (last day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/5/1941; closed 30/6/1988. Parkes R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. PARKES/10MY43/N.S.WAUST’ on QE 1d maroon. PO 20/1/1941; closed 22/6/1946. Parramatta Westfield: ‘* RETAIL SHOP */TELLER 4/ 11JUL1995/PARRAMATTA WESTFIELD/N.S.W. 2150’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 21/1/1977. Peakhurst: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */?/?OCT1995/ PEAKHURST/N.S.W./2210’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

1503 D B A1 1504 * A A11505 * B B1-

1506 * A A1

1508 * B B2-

1510 * A- A1 1511 * A A1 1512 * A A1 1513 * A A1

Victoria Markets PO 1/5/1918.

- ‘* AUSTRALIA POST */1/22JUL1996/QVB N.S.W. 2000’ opening day on 45c PSE Alexander cover with Opening of Post Office cachet, unaddressed. Ramsgate Beach: ‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/04AUG1995/ RAMSGATE BEACH/N.S.W./2217’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. LPO 22/8/1994. Reddestone: light framed ‘REDDEST[ONE]/SP6/1905/[N.S.W]’ arrival on cover from Victoria. [Hopson & Tobin only record one copy dated 1914.] Renamed from Clarevaulx PO 16/10/1891; closed

30/6/1960.

Revesby (2): ‘PAID AT REVESBY/-3 ? AU73/NSW-AUST’ in red.

PO 1/6/1955.

Richmond: ‘PAID AT RICHMOND/?1½D25OC46/N.S.W’ in black on Municipality of Richmond window envelope, some light soiling, small closed tear at right. PO 1/1/1844. Roseville: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */1FEB2000/ ROSEVILLE/N.S.W./2069’ on Alexander Opening of LPO Illustrated cover, unaddressed. PO 8/7/1901. Rosewood: ‘ROSEWOOD/3P 1AU85/NSW-2652’ on 33c PSE Philas PO Centenary cover, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1885. Rufus River (2): ‘RUFUS RIVER/23MR73/N.S.W.’ on 2c & 5c. TO

$20

$8 $8 $8 $8

$8 $8

1523 * A A11524 * A A11525 * A A1 1526 S A A1 1527 * A B2 1528 * A B2 1529 * A A1-

$8 $8 $8

$40 $5 $25 $8 $8

$3

1517 D A A1 1518 * A

1522 * A B2

$12

1994.

Schofields R.A.A.F. P.O.: 2 part-strikes of ‘R.A.A.F.SCHOFIELDS/10FE50/N.S.W-AUST’ on 6d Kooka block of 4. PO 20/8/1946; renamed Schofields R.A.N.A.S. PO 1/4/1953. - cut-down ‘ MO /26JE47/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. Singleton: Singleton Budget black & white PPC of ‘36. CROSSING THE RIVER IN THE PUNT AT REDBOURNEBERRY, BEFORE THE ERECTION OF THE NEW BRIDGE.’ showing the punt alongside the washed away bridge, used 1909. Renamed from Darlington PO 1/12/1841. Springwood North: ‘SPRINGWOOD NORTH/15DE70/NSWAUST’ on 6c Duigan Bros, on front addressed to Parramatta. PO

$20

$4

$8

1516 D A A2

1521 * A- A1

$4

from Kissing Point PO c.1846.

$6

1520 * B A1

$8

$6

Savernake (2): ‘SAVERNAKE/9FE76/NSW-AUST’ on 9c pair (rusted perfs) on unaddressed cover. PO 1/7/1895; closed 30/7/

$10

$8

3/10/1935; PO 12/1/1942; closed 30/4/1975.

1515 * B A1

1519 * A B1

$10

$8

$8

$4

$10

Railway PO 1/8/1898.

Ryde: ‘[Ryde PO]/27JAN1992/RYDE N.S.W. 2112’ on 22c PSE Alexander illustrated Centenary cover, unaddressed. Renamed

$5

$16

$8

1514 * A A1

$8

$8 $4

PO 9/11/1885.

Penrith: ‘PHILATELIC SECTION/24OCT1994/PENRITH N.S.W. 2750’, on 45c A34 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 1/3/1828. Pilliga: ‘PILLIGA/7AU1935/N.S.W’ (damaged first ‘I’) on 2d Jubilee (trimmed perfs). PO 1/1/1867. Potts Point: ‘PAID AT POTTS POINT/12NO64/NSW-AUST’ on plain window envelope. PO 1/2/1937. Queen Victoria Buildings: light strike of double-boxed ‘QVB/ POST OFFICE/20SEP1996/SYDNEY N.S.W. 2000’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover (faults). Renamed from Queen

$8

$10

Renamed from Padstow Park PO 1/11/1939.

1502 * A A1-

1509 D B1

$8

Padstow: ‘PAID AT PADSTOW/????6AP64/N.S.W-AUST’ on long registered cover with blue C6 registration label, to Sydney.

Pennant Hills (3): double-boxed ‘POSTAL SERVICES OFFICER/F 14AUG1995 F/PENNANT HILLS NSW 2120’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Pennant Hills

$8

$12

Renamed from St. Leonards Mail Centre MC c.-/8/1992. Oatley: ‘OATLEY/30DE35/N.S.W.’ on 2d KGV. PO 14/9/1903.

1501 * A A1-

1507 * A A1$20

Northern Suburbs Mail Centre: ‘NORTHERN SUBURBS MC/ 21JUL1995/NSW 2058’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

1/2/1963; renamed Winmalee PO 11/7/1973.

St. Albans: ‘ST.ALBANS/29FE79/NSW-AUST’ on 2c & 18c (toned perfs). PO 1/7/1854; closed 10/8/1979. St. Mary’s: violet ‘T1 * POST OFFICE/15DEC1981/ST. MARYS, N.S.W. 2760’ on stampless PMG front. PO 1/10/1840. St. Marys East: ‘ST. MARYS EAST/30AU95/NSW-AUST’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/2/1964. Strathfield South: ‘* LICENCED POST OFFICE */9AUG1995/ STRATHFIELD SOUTH/N.S.W./2136’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/8/1933. Summer Hill: * POST OFFICE */31OCT1995/SUMMER HILL/N.S.W./2130’, in violet on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

$4 $5

$20 $12 $3 $10 $8 $8

PO 24/4/1882.

$8

Renamed from Mitchell PO 16/8/1888; closed 19/10/1984.

$8

Sunny Corner: ‘SUNNY CORNER/8AU67/N.S.W-AUST’ on 4c. Sydney: violet straight-line ‘SYDNEY.’ on 1d Centennial. PO

25/4/1809.

- ‘*CUSTOMER SERVICE/A/4AUG1995/BUSINESS CENTRE/ GPO SYDNEY/N.S.W./2000’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. - ‘G.P.O.SYDNEY/E/21JUL1995/N.S.W.-2000’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. - ‘G.P.O.SYDNEY/M/17AUG1995/N.S.W.-2000’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

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1532 * A A1 1533 D A A21534 * A A1 1535 * A A1 1536 * A B1 1537 * A A1

- ‘POSTAGE PAID SYDNEY/E8/6.30-P.M/94/N.S.W.’ on cover to Woolhara. Sydney South: ‘* POSTAL SERVICES */OFFICER/A/ 18AUG1995/SYDNEY SOUTH/PO N.S.W./2000’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Castlereagh Street PO 6/1/1964.

‘SYLVANIA/23AU86/NSW-AUST’

Sylvania: on 33c PSE Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1883; closed 23/8/1986. Tamworth Mil. P.O. No. 2: 30mm ‘MIL.P.O.TAMWORTH.NO.2/ 21AP42/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d roo pair &1½d green KGVI. PO 29/8/1940; closed 14/7/1945.

Telopea (2): ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */29NOV1999/ TELOPEA/N.S.W./2117’ (opening day) on 45c on Alexander illustrated Opening Cover, unadressed. PO 29/11/1999. Tichborne (2): ‘TICHBORNE/31JL73/N.S.W’ on 7c Agate. PO 1/9/1891; closed 1/2/1982.

Tyringham: ‘TYRINGHAM/29MR79/N.S.W-AUST’ (Closing Day) on 20c, signed by Postmaster & Acting Postmaster. [NB: Philas covers are dated 28FE79] PO 1/7/1892; closed 29/3/1979. Ultimo: ‘ULTIMO/5P 30AU85/NSW-2007’ on 33c PSE illustrated Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. PO 1/7/1880; closed 30/8/

1544 D A1 1545 D A B1 1546 * A A1 1547 D A2 1548 D A B1

$8 $6 $10

$8

2/4/1962; closed 21/8/1987.

$8

Villawood East: ‘VILLAWOOD EAST/1130A 21AU87/NSW-2163’ (large decade wheel; last day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed. PO

1543 * A A1

$8

1/11/1963.

1539 * A A1

1542 S B2

$8

$8

University of New England, Armidale: ‘* UNIVERSITY OF NEW ENGLAND */1AUG1995/ARMIDALE N.S.W.’ on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Armidale University PO

1541 * A A1

$8

1985.

1538 * A B2

1540 * A A1

$40

Waratah: ‘* POST OFFICE */25JAN1996/WARATAH/N.S.W./ 2298’ on 45c with Alexander Closure of N.S.W. P.O. cachet, unaddressed. PO 1/2/1860. Westgate: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */21JUL1997/ WESTGATE/N.S.W./2048’ (opening day) on 45c on Alexander First Day Cover, unaddressed. Renamed from South Annandale PO

$8

1/5/1937.

$8

1/9/1883; closed 15/9/1962.

$6

Wimbledon: ‘WIMBLEDO[N]/2JY37/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. PO

Wingello: 2 strikes of ‘WINGELLO/230P 1AU85/NSW-2580’ on 33c PSE Philas PO Centenary cover, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1885. Woodburn (2): ‘WOODBURN/2AU37/N.S.W’. Renamed from

South Woodburn PO 18/2/1935.

Woodenbong (2): ‘WOODENBONG/13?1943/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 19/11/1900; PO 16/10/1905. Woolwich: 2 strikes of ‘WOOLWICH POST OFFICE/30JE86/ NSW-2110’ on 33c PSE illustrated Philas PO Closure cover. PO

14/3/1892; closed 30/6/1986.

Yarrowitch: ‘YARROWITCH/11DE47/N.[S.W]’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/8/1899; closed 31/5/1979. Yetholme: ‘YETHOLME/2AP48/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI.

$8 $3 $4 $8 $6

Renamed from Frying Pan PO 1/4/1865; closed 31/12/1974. $8 NEW SOUTH WALES | Travelling Post Offices 1549 S A A2 North: undated ‘G.N.R.P/_._/N.S.W’ Peck #N1, on 2d DLR. [Rated 7] $30 1550 D A A2 Posted on Train: ‘POSTED ON TRAIN/15JA42/ALBURY, N.S.W.’ on 2½d Surcharge. RO 1/4/1927; PO 1/7/1927. $12 1551 * C B2 South: oval ‘[TRAV]E[L]LING POST SOUTH/JA23/D 88 2/ [N.S.]W’ (#S6) on tatty cover to Melbourne. [Rated 8 - the last copy we sold realised $190.] $100 NEW SOUTH WALES | Reliefs 1552 * A A1 7: ‘PAID AT RELIEF NO.7/?5D30OC59/N.SW·AUST’ in red on cover to Wodonga. $20 1553 D A2 14: ‘PAID AT REL[IEF]/— 15AP66/14/NSW-A[UST]’ on red. $5 5-P3SE79 1554 * A A1 100: ‘RELIEF/ /100/NSW·AUST’, on unaddressed APO official mail cover. $5 1555 * A A1 103: ‘103/4AU72/NSW-AUST’ on 2c & 5c Coils on unaddressed cover. $5 NORTHERN TERRITORY 1556 * A A2 Alice Springs: pictorial ‘THE GHAN/[train]/4AUG1999/ALICE SPRINGS NT 0870’ on 45c on PPC of ‘The Old Ghan - ALICE SPRINGS’. PO 1/1/1878. $5 1557 * A A1 Darwin GPO: Pictorial ‘[ship] HMS BEAGLE/10JAN1990/ CHARLES DARWIN/DARWIN GPO [Charles Darwin] NT 0800’ plus Pictorial ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/[ship] HMS BEAGLE/ 17JAN1990/CHARLES DARWIN/DARWIN GPO [Charles Darwin] NT 0800’ 41c on PPE overprinted for Darwin Stamp & Coin Club. PO 11/8/1981. $10 1558 * A A1 - double-circle ‘GPO DARWIN/30SEP1996/1/N.T. 0800’ cancelling AAT $1 Ice Cave & Cocos 85c Wrasse on Australia Post souvenir cover with complete Certified Mail Posting Receipt label ‘PM120/OCT’91’ affixed to front, unaddressed. $10 1559 * A A1 H.M.A.S. Coonawarra: ‘H.M.A.S. COONAWARRA/ 1030A9NO87/NT 5789’ (opening day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed. PO 9/11/1987; closed 17/9/1993. $8 1560 D A B2 - ‘COONAWARRA/16SEP1993/[N]T 0820’ on 45c Train. [Used for a few months only.] $30 1561 * A A1- Jabiru: double-circle ‘JABIRU/12OCT1996/N.T. 0886’, on 45c Council of Women on cover to Darwin. PO 27/10/1980. $8 1562 * A A1- Katherine (2): double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/14OCT1987/ KATHERINE N.T. 5780’ backstamped on RTS window envelope Renamed from Emungalan PO 13/6/1927. $12 1563 * A A1- - double-circle ‘KATHERINE/21JUN1990/9/N.T. 0850’ in purple, backstamped on RTS Guide Dogs window envelope with unframed ‘UNCLAIMED KATHERINE/”21.6.90” .../Date Initials” (A1) in purple $12

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‘NGUIU/6JA88/NT-5791’ backstamped

1564 * A A1-

Nguiu: on RTS cover with matching strikes of 3DE87 & 16DE87. PO 3/6/1974. [Bathurst

1565 * A A1-

Winnellie: ‘WINNELLIE/11JA83/NT-5789’ on APO official cover to Adelaide. Renamed from Darwin R.A.A.F. P.O. PO 25/2/1973. Yirrkala: ‘YIRRKALA/1JE71/NT-5791’ (opening day) on 6c. PO

1566 * A B1 QUEENSLAND 1567 V A-

Island]

1/6/1971; closed 2/4/1979.

$25 $10 $30

1860 Imperf Small Chalon 6d green 3½-margins, SG #3, Cat £800, small tear at left detracts little from generally lovely appearance. $400 1568 F C 1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Clean-Cut Perf 14 At Somerset House 1d carmine-rose, SG #12, Cat £42, trimmed perfs on 3 sides. $15 1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Rough Perf 14-16 (6d) 1569 F B Registered imperf on 2 sides, SG #20, cancelled with ‘48’’ rays (A2) of St Lawrence. $30 1570 W A- B2 1862-67 Small Chalon Thick Toned Paper, No Wmk Rough Perf 13 1/- grey (brownish), SG #29, Cat £180, trivial mark on face. $110 1571 F A D2 1862-67 Small Chalon Thick Toned Paper, No Wmk CleanCut Perf 13 2d blue, SG #38. $7 1572 V B B2 - 6d yellow-green, SG #41, Cat £15, thin. $10 1573 F A B2 1866 Small Chalon Litho 2nd Transfer No Wmk 5/- pale rose, SG #58, Cat £80. $45 1574 F A C2 1868-78 Small Chalon Wmk 1st Crown/Q Perf 12 1d deep orange-vermilion, SG #94. $4 1575 V A B2 - 1d pale orange-vermilion, SG #95. $4 1576 F B C3 - 2d bright blue strip of 3, SG #99, vertical crease in centre unit & some mild toning. $4 1577 F A C1 - 6d yellow-green, SG #106. $4 1578 * A- B2 1880 Small Chalon Litho Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12 2/- pale blue, SG #118, Cat £100, with characteristic rough perfs & some hinge fragments. $65 1579 F A B2 - 2/- blue in 3 shades, each with fiscal cancels, SG #118-20, Cat £12 for fiscal cancellations. $6 1580 W A B1 1879-80 Sideface Wmk 2nd Crown/Q 1d reddish brown Die II SG 134b. $50 1581 * A C2 - 6d yellow-green, SG #143, Cat £110. $80 1582 * A C1 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 1st Crown/Q Sideways 2/6d vermilion with ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamp. $50 1583 * A- C2 - 10/- brown, SG #155, Cat £120, part o.g. small stain at base. $70 1584 * A B1 1895-96 Void-Oval Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 ½d green SG 208. $5 1585 * A B1 1897-1908 4-Corners Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 2½d rose SG 236. $40 1586 * A C1 1907-11 Wmk Crown/A Perf 12½,13 5d dull brown, SG #295, Cat £15. $10 QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1587 *F A1880 Chalon on Cream to Buff Stock 1d salmon, HG #1b, cancelled with unframed ‘MARYBOROUGH/X/AU1/84/ QUEENSLAND’ (A1), unframed ‘GYMPIE/AU2/84/ =QUEENSLAND=’ (B1 - ERD) arrival, Tooth & Co printed messsage, spike holes. $30 1881-86 Chalon on White Stock 1d lilac-red on buff, size b, HG 1588 *** B #3a, water stained. $6 1589 *** A- 1d lilac-red on buff, size b, HG #3a, printed message for the annual meeting of Dunwich & St Helena Mission, water stained. $10 1889-91 QV Oval Sideface 1d rose on cream, with dashes for 1590 *** A address line, tail to scroll 2mm, oval to 1st line 13mm, HG #4. $40 - 1d rose on grey-brown with dots for address line, tail to scroll 1591 ** A 2mm, oval to 1st line 13mm, HG #4. $40 1592 *** A - 2d blue, HG #5. $25 1593 *** A - 3d violet, HG #6. $25 1891-92 QV Sideface with UPU Heading 1½d chocolate on 1594 *** A buff, scroll to thick frame of stamp 8mm, HG #8. $10 1898 QV Sideface Views With 2 Line Heading 1d chocolate on 1595 ** Abuff, with ‘Pineapple Plantation, Nundah, near Brisbane’, HG #10, 1900 printed message for Brisbane Festival Choir & Orchestra, vertical stain on face. $30 1596 *** B - 1½d black on cream, view to left ‘FITZROY BRIDGE ROCKHAMPTON’, HG #11, smudge mark. $100 1908 QV Sideface Views 4 Line Heading Commencing 1597 *F B ‘POST CARD’ 1d orange-brown, ‘Brisbane River, from Parliament House’, HG #15a, cancelled with ‘ROMA/6—A6AU10/QUEENSLAND’. (A1), damaged BLC and stained. $50 QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1895 QV Sideface No Numerals Void Background 1d 1598 *F Avermilion on pale orange stock, size 137x89mm, HG #KB2a, cancelled with poor Maryborough duplex of SP15/04, small hole at base. $50 QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Registration Envs (Formular) 1599 *** B 1879 McCorquodale formular type, a bit of toning on the edges. [Only 5000 printed; only 1 used copy recorded.] $150 QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1892 QV With Lined Background ½d green, wove cream 1600 *** Apaper, end of text above S of QUEENSLAND, no gum, top corners cut-off, HG #E1, soiled face. [This appears to be the first state of the E1 series of wrappers. The corners were apparently removed to make the wrapper easier to handle.] $20 - ½d green, wove buff paper, end of text above S of 1601 *** AQUEENSLAND, gummed, HG #E1, mis-guillotined by 5mm, minor faults. $10 1602 *** A1895 QV With Void Background ½d green, laid paper, text 76½mm, 12mm text to stamp, HG #E2. $30


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QUEENSLAND | Postal History 1603 *F A1904 Registered letter to Hobart with 5d 4-Corners tied by Yandilla duplex with ‘REGISTERED/YANDILLA’ handstamp at lower left, repaired spike hole hardly detracts. QUEENSLAND | Numerals 1604 S A- A1- 57: rays on 2d Sideface, some toning. Allocated to Grandchester-

$5

1651 S A A2

$30

1652 * A A1

closed c.1861.

$4

1653 D A A2

1880.

$5

1654 D A A3

1609 S A A1

$20

1655 D A A2

1610 S A A2

PO 18/1/1849.

$4

1656 D A B1

1611 S A- A2

Surat-PO 5/1/1852.

$5

1657 D A A2

1612 S A- A2

PO 1/7/1894; closed c.-/11/1911.

74: rays on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Callandoon-PO 19/1/1850; 79: rays on 1d red Lined-Oval. Allocated to Herberton-PO 22/11/ 95: rays (N2a - 6mm numbers) on fine 4-margins 6d Diadem. Allocated to Brisbane-PO c.-/4/1830.

96: right-half duplex on 1d red 4-corners. Allocated to Maryborough110: rays (N2a) on 2d blue 4-corners, mild toning. Allocated to

115: rays on 1d pink Lined-Oval, couple of small tone spots. [Rated R by Manning] Allocated to Breakfast Creek-PO 9/7/1866; RO 1/3/1893; PO 1/7/1894; closed c.-/11/1911.

1613 S A- A2- 130: rays on 2d blue Lined-Oval, some light toning. Allocated to 1614 S A A2 1615 S A A2 1616 D A B2 1617 S A A2 1618 D A A2 1619 S A A2 1620 S A- A2 1621 S A- A2

Burenda-PO 1/9/1869; renamed Ellangowan PO 31/8/1877; renamed Augathella PO 28/5/1883. 137: rays on 1d red 4-Corners. [Rated R by Manning] Allocated to Biggenden-PO 16/5/1891; RO 1/4/1893; PO c.1895. 148: right half duplex on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Bundaberg-PO 1/1/1871. 149: ‘149’ bars on 1d void-oval pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Cloncurry-PO 1/6/1871. 159: rays on 1d Lined-Oval. [Rated R by Manning] Allocated to Gympie-Renamed from Gympie Creek PO 9/7/1868. 165: ‘165’ BN (7mm high) on 6d Lined-oval. Allocated to Charters Towers-PO 17/5/1872.

- right half 12-Bar Duplex on 6d green Lined-Oval. 176: rays on 1d Lined-Oval, some slight toning. Allocated to

1627 S A A2 1628 S A A2 1629 S A B2 1630 S A C2 1631 S A A2 1632 S A A2 1633 S B A21634 S A A21635 S A B2 1636 S A A2 1637 S A B2 1638 S A A2 1639 S A A2 1640 S A A2 1641 S A B2 1642 D A A2

Allocated to Taroom-PO 1/4/1856.

QUEENSLAND | Datestamps 1643 D A A1 Abercorn: ‘ABERCORN/21OC49/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD) on 1/& 1d. PO c.-/2/1928; closed 11/6/1986. 1644 * A A2 Acacia Ridge (2): ‘ACACIA RIDG[E]/11NOV1996/Q 4110’, on Alexander Conversion to LPO cover franked with 45c pets. RO 1645 D A A1 1646 D A A1

$4 $6 $4 $4

1665 D A B1

$4

515: ‘515’ BN on 1d 2-Corners & 1/- Lined-oval. [Rated S]

1666 * A A1

1670 D A1 $5 $3

$12 $4 $6 $5 $20

1671 * A A1-

1672 * A A1 1673 * A A1 1674 * A A1 1675 * A A1 1676 D A1

$3 $5

1677 * A A1

$4

1678 * A A1

$3 $6

1679 * A A1

$4 $6 $3

1680 * A B1

$5

1681 * A A1

$4

1682 * A B1

$6 $10 $4

c.1926; PO 1/7/1927.

$5 $3

31/3/1863.

$4

Albion: ‘ALBION /415P20AU81/QLD-AUST’ on 24c. PO 1/11/1876. Allora: ‘ALLORA/5-P10JY63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d Red Cross. PO

$4

1971.

$2

Auchenflower: ‘[AU]CHENFLOWER.S.W1/2OC47/[QL]DAUST’ on 5½d Newcastle. RO c.1900; PO 20/6/1924; closed 1/9/

Australia Fair: ‘AUSTRALIA FAIR/26SEP1994/QLD. 4215’, on 45c A14 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 24/9/1990. Bakers Creek (3): ‘BAKER’S CREEK/16OC63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green. [Rated S] RO 15/1/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 9/3/1979. - ‘BAKER’S[ CREEK]/?/QLD-AUST’ on 5c QEII. [Rated R by Smithies] Ballandean: ‘BALLANDEAN/1AUG46/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/1/1873; RO 1/8/1890; PO c.1914. Bancroft: ‘BANCROFT/1MY48/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI [Rated R by Smithies] PO 8/6/1932; closed 30/6/1969. Barcaldine: ‘BARCALDINE/17AP63/QLD-AUST’ on 2/5d Banksia. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 13/11/1886. Bauple: ‘BAUPLE/16AP47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Baupal Mill PO c.1907.

1/4/1893; PO c.1895.

1668 * A A1 1669 S A A3

closed c.1889; Re-allocated to Melbourne Street PO c.1890; renamed South Brisbane PO c.1892; closed 30/6/1990. 258: BN on 2d blue 4-Corners. Allocated to Fortitude Valley-PO 20/8/ 1877. 266: BN on 2d 4-corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Emu Creek Siding-RO c.1874; PO 1/11/1877; renamed Greenmount PO 1/1/1879; renamed Greenmount R.S. PO 21/8/1901; renamed Greenmount PO c./2/1910. 274: bars on 1d lined-oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Chinchilla-PO 3/1/ 1878. 283: bars on 2d First Sideface Die I. [Rated R] Allocated to Redcliffe-PO 1/6/1878. 291: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Bald Hills-RO c.1871; PO 1/9/1878. 313: ‘313’ on 1/- green Stamp Duty. Allocated to Raglan-PO c.1879; closed 19/9/1990. 317: BN on 1d red 4-corners. Allocated to Yuleba-Renamed from Ulebar PO 21/10/1879; renamed Yeulba PO c.1912. 327: BN on 2d 4-corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Ormiston-Renamed from Cleveland West RO c.1890; PO c.-/9/1906; closed 6/5/1966. 333: BN on 2d blue Lined-Oval. Allocated to Pentland-Renamed from Bett’s Creek PO 1/1/1885. 379: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Yangan-Renamed from Upper Swan Creek PO 15/7/1884. 425: ‘425’ on 1d Lined-oval. [Rated R] Allocated to BogantunganPO 8/7/1881; closed 22/12/1982. 438: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Barcaldine-PO 13/11/ 1886. 444: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Townsville-PO 1/1/1866. 458: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Longreach-PO 1/10/1891. 486: ‘486’ on 6d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Petrie Terrace-PO 1/3/1890; closed 25/8/1972. 499: BN on 2d blue 4-Corners. Allocated to Cairns-PO 7/10/1876; renamed Orchid Plaza PO 1/5/1991. 502: BN on ½d Lined-Oval pair. Allocated to Ithaca-PO 11/7/1892; renamed Paddington PO 28/2/1898.

1929.

1661 D A A1+ - ‘BIGGENDEN/4JL47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R by Smithies] 1662 D A A2 Bilinga: ‘BILINGA/29DE61/QUE[ENSL]AND’ (LRD) on 5d Christmas. RO 1/9/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1975. 1663 D A A1 Biloela: ‘BILOELA/1-P15NO55/QLD-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII, cut-to-shape. PO c.-/1/1925. 1664 D A A1 Blair Athol: 25mm ‘BLAIR ATHOL/7APR48/QUEENSLAND’ (dots recut to dashes) on 2½d red KGVI. PO c.-/12/1910; closed

1667 * A A1

1858.

$4

Ashgrove (2): ‘ASHGROVE/8P6JE73/QLD-4060’ on 7c. PO 20/5/

$6

$5 $3

215: BN on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to South Brisbane-PO 27/3/1876;

RO c.-/1/1912; PO c.1925; closed 1/9/1987.

1660 *

Esk-RO c.1873; PO 1/2/1874; renamed Esk PO c.-/2/1881.

1624 S A A2

$4

$3

$3

1683 * A A11684 D A1 1685 D A A1 1686 * A A1

$4

1874.

Beaudesert: ‘PAID/24DE56/BEAUDESERT’ in red. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 9/2/1878. A- A1- Biggenden: ‘BIGGENDEN/21MY41/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGVI, on cover to Brisbane, some mild toning. PO 16/5/1891; RO

$4

177: rays on 2d Lined-Oval, some slight toning. Allocated to Mount

202: BN on 2d blue 4-Corners. Allocated to Dalveen-PO 16/5/1881. 214: right half duplex on 1/- purple 4-Corners, couple of small closed tears & some slight toning. Allocated to Toowoomba-PO 1/1/

1626 S A A2

1659 D A1

Harrisville-RO c.1871; PO 1/8/1873.

1622 S A A2 1623 S B A2-

1625 S A A2

1658 D A A1 $15

Amberley (2): ‘AMBERLEY/4-P12OC58/QLD-[AU]ST’ on 4d QEII pair. Renamed from Amberley R.A.A.F. P.O. PO c.1948. Aramac: ‘ARAMAC/19JE50/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/3/

1649 D A A1+ Aratula: ‘ARATULA/22JE46/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. 1650 D A A1

1605 S B- A2- 59: duplex on 4d yellow-orange Lined-Oval, large thin. [Rated R by Manning] Allocated to Townsville-PO 1/1/1866. 1606 S B B2 69: rays on 1d pink Lined-Oval, horizontal crease. [Rated RRR by Manning] Allocated to Breakfast Creek-PO 9/7/1866; RO 1/3/1893;

1608 S A A2

$80

1648 D A A1

$4

PO 1/1/1866; closed 31/1/1978.

1607 S A A2-

1647 D A A2

29/4/1977.

Bongeen: ‘BONGEEN/29JE50/QLD-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/5/1946; closed 28/11/1986.

- ‘BONGEEN/28NO86/QLD-AUST’ (last day) on 36c PSE, unaddressed. Brisbane: octaganol ‘X/P 1 B/BRISBANE/AP15/03’ on 1d 4Corners on Valentine Series - Musical Terms PPC. PO c.-/4/1830. - ‘PAID/2P 29AP57/BRISBANE’ in red. - unframed ‘[REGISTER]ED LETTER OFFICE/B/[J]A20/90/ [BRISBAN]E’ (type 2(b) - LRD) on 4d Lined-Oval. PO c.-/4/1830. Brisbane Base Hospital: ‘PAID AT BRISBANE BASE HOSP./ 21OC63/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) in red. [One date only recorded by Smithies.] PO 9/12/1946; renamed Royal Brisbane Hospital PO 1/4/ 1986.

Brisbane University: ‘PAID AT BRISBANE UNIVERSITY/1 red on University of Queensland envelope to Brisbane, Qld. [Not recorded with time? by Smithies] PO 9/1/

$4 $12 $3 $4 $6 $25 $4 $15 $12 $5 $4 $3 $4 $10 $8 $20 $5 $25

$30

25NO66/QLD-AUST’ in

1950; renamed St. Lucia PO 2/3/1970.

Broadbeach: double-circle ‘BROADBEACH/23SEP1994/QLD. 4218’, on 45c A20 Frama on unaaddressed cover. PO 1/4/1941. - double-circle ‘BROADBEACH/B/11APR1996/QLD. 4218’, on 45c A21 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. Bundaberg: ‘BUNDABERG/9APR1996/A/QLD. AUST. 4670’, on 45c A43 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. PO 1/1/1871. Burnside: ‘BURNSIDE/10JAN1995/QLD 4560’, on 45c A54 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 1/3/1988. Cairns (1): ‘CAIRNS/17OC74/11/QLD-4870’ (LRD) on piece. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 7/10/1876; renamed Orchid Plaza PO 1/5/1991.

Caloundra: double-circle ‘P.S.C./16SEP1994/CALOUNDRA 4551’, on 45c A24 Frama on unaddressed cover. RO c.1890; PO

c.1919.

Camooweal: 2 strikes of ‘CAMOOWEAL/26OC34/ QUEENSLAND’ on 3d Air & 2d Vic Centenary with blue North Queensland Air Mail etiquette on cover. PO 27/4/1885. Canungra Mil. P.O. (1): ‘MIL. P.O. CANUNGRA/24FE44/ QLD·AUST’ (letters 3½mm high - arcs .,.) on 1d purple-brown on cover to Kogarah, NSW, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/32??’ (B1) in purple. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 27/1/1943; closed 18/4/1946. - ‘MIL. P.O. CANUNGRA/4MR45/QLD·AUST’ (arcs .,.) on 1d purple-brown QE, on ACF cover to Tatts with very light AMF censor handstamp. Carmila (2): 3 strikes of ‘CARMILA/1AU69/QLD-AUST’ on 6c & 24c on cover with blue registration label. RO c.1921; PO c.-/3/1924. Charleville: 2 strikes of straight-line ‘CHARLEVILLE/31-MAR1948/Q’LD.AUST’ on 5½d Emu & 3d KGVI on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/8/1865. Cleveland (1): ‘CLEVELAND/1145A26FE61/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/1/1861; renamed Cleveland East PO

17/4/1961.

Cleveland (2): ‘PAID AT CLEVELAND/5-P-6MR74/QLD-AUST’ in red. Replaced Raby Bay PO 17/4/1961. Clifton (2): 2 strikes of ‘CLIFTON/17AP47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Kings Creek

$20 $4 $4 $4 $4 $15 $4 $40

$20 $15 $12 $40 $10 $10

PO c.1869.

$5

1928.

$4

Coolangatta: ‘COOLANGATTA/5/9SEP1994/QLD. 4225’, on 45c A10 Frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Kirra PO 1/8/


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1687 * A A1 1688 D A A2 1689 D A A2 1690 * A A1 1691 D A A1 1692 D A A1 1693 * A B1

1694 * A B1 1695 D A A1 1696 * A A1 1697 D A A1 1698 D A A2

Coongoola: 2 strikes of on 25c on 5c Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/10/1898; PO c.1909; closed 28/2/1974. Cunnamulla: ‘CUNNAMULLA/5AU50/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 3½,4) on 5½d & 6d with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1868. Dagun: ‘DAGUN/10JA59/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD) on 4d Xmas. RO 22/6/1920; PO 1/6/1925; closed 1/7/1975.

Dalby: ‘DALBY/5P12NO63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on long Mobil cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Myall Creek PO c.1855. Daymar: ‘DAYMAR/23AU47/QLD-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1913; PO c.1916; closed 18/5/1988. Duaringa: ‘DUARINGA/23SE63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d Export. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Colo PO 30/12/1875. Ducklo: 2 strikes of ‘DUCKLO/3FE70/QLD-AUST’ 15c x2 on Brown cover with hand-written blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRRR by Smithies. Appears to be only 2nd postmark recorded] RO 2/2/1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/4/1970. Esk: ‘ESK/2P13FE61/QLD-AUST’ on 5d Christmas on cover to Ipswich. Renamed from Mount Esk PO c.-/2/1881. Garradunga (2): ‘GARRADUNGA/15DE65/QLD-AUST’ on 5d red. [Rated RRR] RO 5/1/1923; PO 1/4/1925. Gore: ‘GORE/9FE87/QLD-AUST’ (last day) on 36c PSE, unaddressed. RO c.-/9/1907; PO c.1916; closed 9/2/1987. Grandchester: 2 strikes of ‘GRANDCHESTER/17FE47/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/1/1866; closed 31/1/1978. Gympie: unframed ‘GYMPIE/8.30A/JY19/98/[QUEENSLAND] (ERD) on 1d sideface. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Gympie Creek PO 9/7/1868.

1699 * A

Hamilton Central: black & white PPC of ‘A view at Hamilton Brisbane, Queensland’, real photo, unused. Renamed from Arran

1700 * A B1

Harrisville: ‘HARRISVILLE/5P20NO63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d Christmas on cover to Brisbane. RO c.1871; PO 1/8/1873. Helidon: ‘HELIDON/27SE68/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on piece. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/8/1866. - ‘HELIDON/24JY96/QLD-AUST’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Hughenden: ‘HUGHENDEN/21FE50/QUEENSLAND’ arrival, on cover franked with 2½d Forrest cancelled with ‘HOBART/3/8PM/31JAN/1950/3/TAS.AUST’ (A1) machine, with straight-line ‘UNCLAIMED/HUGHENDEN’ (A1-) in black & ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/EXAMINER 2/BRISBANE’ (A1-) in purple. RO c.1874;

1701 D A1+ 1702 * A A 1 1703 * A A1-

1704 * A A1 1705 D A A1 1706 D A1 1707 * A A1

PO c.-/10/1959.

PO 1/7/1878.

Indooroopilly: ‘PAID AT INDOOROOPILLY/3APR1991/QLD. 4068’ in red on Diners Club envelope. [Not recorded by Smithies] RO 23/9/1974; PO 1/8/1875. Injune: ‘INJUNE/8AP47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO

11/8/1920.

‘PAID/-1½D5OC45/IPSWICH’

Ipswich: in red. [Not recorded with price by Smithies] PO 2/1/1846. Iron Range (2): two strikes of ‘IRON RANGE/11FE70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c Olympics on 5c Envelope with blue registration label. PO

1/2/1950; renamed Lockhart River PO 24/4/1978.

Jondaryan: ‘JONDARYAN/12SE63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/3/1867. 1709 D C A1+ Kilcoy (2): ‘KILCOY/5AP48/QLD-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI (cut square through stamp). Renamed from Hopetoun PO c.-/3/1907. 1710 D A B2 Kunwarara: ‘KUNWARARA/6AP51/QUEENSLAND’ on 3d & 6d with blue registration label. PO c.1916; closed 23/10/1970. 1711 D A A1 Laidley: ‘LAIDLEY/24JUL46/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/2/1861. 1712 * A A1 Lowmead: two strikes of ‘LOWMEAD/20JY69/QLD-AUST’ on 24c & 6c on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Scrubby 1708 * A A1-

1713 * A A1 1714 D A B2 1715 * A A1 1716 D A A2 1717 * A B1

1718 * A A1 1719 * A A2 1720 * A A1

1721 D A2 1722 D A A1 1723 D A A2 1724 * A A1

1725 D A1

‘COONGOOLA/26JE70/QLD-AUST’

Creek RO c.1898; PO c.1911; closed 1/7/1991.

Lowood: ‘LOWOOD/29SEP1995/QLD 4311’ on 45c Soldier Surgeon on cover to Crows Nest, NSW. RO c.-/6/1884; PO 15/10/ 1888.

Machans Beach: ‘MACHAN’S BEA[CH]/10MY67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c. PO 1/1/1947. Mackay: ‘MACKEY/9APR1996/6/QLD.-AUST.’, on 45c A26 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. PO 1/8/1863. Mary Kathleen: ‘MARYKATHLEEN/4MY61/QLD-AUST’ (sic) on 5d NT Centenary. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 5/7/1956; closed 30/12/1982.

‘MIVA/24NO69/QLD-AUST’

Miva: 2 strikes of on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with violet handstamped blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1888; PO c.-/5/ 1908; closed 30/1/1976.

Montville: ‘[post office]/MONTVILLE/18DEC1997/QLD-4560’ on Alexander centenary cover franked with 45c Bird, unaddressed.

$40 $4 $5 $10 $10 $10

$80 $10 $30 $8 $4 $10 $10 $5 $20 $8

$20 $15 $4 $30 $10 $7 $3 $15 $6 $6 $6 $4 $4 $6

$40

RO 18/12/1897; PO c.-/2/1910.

$10

RO c.1896; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1977.

$15

‘MORETON/4MY71/QLD-AUST’

Moreton: 2 strikes of on 30c on 6c envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies]

Morgan Park Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. MORGAN PARK/13MR44/ QLD-AUST’, on 1d purple-brown QE, cover with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/680’ in purple. PO 6/7/1943; closed 30/11/1944. Morningside Postal Depot: ‘MORNINGSIDE POST DT E.1/ 630A-3FE61/QLD. AUST’. [Rated R] Mount Emlyn: ‘MT EMLYN/20JE70/QLD-AUST’ on 5c. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.1949; closed 31/7/1974. Mount Isa: ‘MOUNT ISA/20AP50/QLD.-AUST’ (arcs 4½,3½) on 5½d & 6d with mss registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 1/8/1924.

Mount Pleasant (4): 2 strikes of ‘MOUNT PLEASANT/5-P-1FE84/ QLD 4749’ opening day on 10c & 20c, unaddressed. PO 1/2/1984.

$20

1726 * A A11727 * A B1

1728 * B A2 1729 * A A1 1730 * A A1 1731 D A A2 1732 * B A2

$20 $8

Murgon: in red. [Not recorded with price by Smithies] RO c.-/9/1904; PO c.-/6/1908. Myer Centre Brisbane: ‘MYER CENTRE/Post Office/ 22JUL1995/[present]/·Brisbane Qld. 4000·’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO c.1989. Nangwee: 2 strikes of ‘NANGWEE/25SE70/QLD-AUST’, on 15c x2 on Brown cover with blank blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] RO c.-/4/1920; PO c.1925; closed 1/2/

1972.

Newmarket: ‘P/31OCT1995/NEWMARKET QLD 4051’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover. RO c.1901; PO 1/7/1927. Newstead (2): ‘PAID AT NEWSTEAD/30OC64/QLD-AUST’ in red on window envelope. Renamed from Booroodabin PO 8/1/1964. Noosa Heads (2): ‘NOOSA HEADS/14SEP1994/QLD-AUST’, on 45c A49 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 1/1/1935. Normanton: ‘NORMANTON/31OC56/[QLD]-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII x2. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Norman River PO c.1872.

North Tamborine: ‘NORTH TAMBORINE/19DE39/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGVI. PO c.1922. 3AU70 1733 D A A1+ One Mile: ‘ONE MILE/ /QLD-AUST’ on 5c cut-out. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from One Mile Creek PO c.1892; closed 31/1/ 1734 D A B2 1735 D A A2 1736 * A A1 1737 * A A1

Pioneer Estate PO 4/6/1908; closed 30/9/1977.

Pittsworth: ‘PITTSWORTH/330P25MR63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Beauaraba PO 19/3/

1895.

1745 * A- A1

- ‘PAID AT ROCKLEA EAST /- 1JY64/QLD-AUST’ (S.6 removed - arcs .,0) in red on window envelope, backflap missing. Sandgate R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 6302/[?]/AUS[TRALIA]’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 15/4/1941; renamed Sandgate North PO 1/10/1946. Sarina Beach: 3 strikes of ‘SARINA BEACH/4AU69/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/2/1966. Springwood (2): ‘SPRINGWOOD/13??1995/QLD. 4127’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 6/10/1975. St. Lucia (2): 2 strikes of ‘ST LUCIA/29OC79/QLD-4067’ on $2 & 30c on cover with blue registration label and large air mail label.

1751 * A B1 1752 * A A1 1753 * A A1 1754 D A1 1755 * A A11756 * A A1

1757 * A B2 1758 * A A1

1759 D A1 1760 * A A1

$4 $6 $6

$10

Pioneer: 2 strikes of ‘PIONEER/1NO68/QLD-AUST’ on 15c, 10c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Renamed from

Rocklea East: ‘PAID AT ROCKLEA EAST S6/3½D15MR57/QLDAUST’ in red. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 11/6/1947; renamed

1750 * A A1

$15

1993.

1744 D A1

1749 * A A1

$8

$15

Pialba: ‘PIALBA/3-?11??87/QLD-4655’ on 36c. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO 27/1/1876; PO 1/9/1882; renamed Hervey Bay PO 13/10/

c.-/10/1906; closed 30/5/1980.

1748 * A B2

$90

1974.

1742 D A A1+ Ravenshoe: ‘RAVENSHOE/4JE63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blueI. [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1902; PO c.-/11/1910. 1743 * A A1 Red Hill: ‘RED HILL /6MR80/QLD-AUST’ on $2 & 20c on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1879; RO 15/5/1891; PO 1/10/

1747 * A B1-

$8

$6

Peachester: ‘PEACHESTER/11JA63/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 5d blue. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1895; PO c.1918; closed 28/2/

1886.

1746 D A B2

$40

1979.

1738 * A A1+ - 3 strikes of ‘PITTSWORTH/18JE69/QLD-AUST’ on 13c, 10c, 5c & 2c on Brown cover with blue registration label. 1739 * A- A1 - ‘PITTSWORTH/19JUL1995/QLD. 4346’, on $20 Painting (Faults) on Tax Pack cover. 1740 * A B1 Raglan: 2 strikes of ‘RAGLAN/4AU60/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on cover with blue registration label. PO c.1879; closed 19/9/1990. 1741 * B B2 Ravensbourne: 2 strikes of ‘RAVENSBOURNE T.S./16OC34/ QUEEENSLAND’, on 3d Vic Centenary & 2d red KGV on front with mss “Reg No 7” in lieu of registration label. RO 1/11/1890; PO

$10 $10

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‘PAID/4D30MY.58/MURGON’

Salisbury North PO 1/1/1966.

$9 $10 $10 $8 $8

$8 $8 $8 $10 $20 $10 $12 $8

Renamed from Brisbane University PO 2/3/1970.

$8

Stafford North PO 3/5/1977.

$8

Stafford Heights (2): ‘STAFFORD HEIGHTS/19OCT1995/1/ QLD. 4053’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Stannary Hills: 2 strikes unframed ‘STANNARY HILLS/9A/ JA15/05/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d 4-Corners on Tatt’s cover. RO c.-

/1/1901; PO c.-/1/1902; closed 26/1/1955.

Strathpine Centre: ‘STRATHPINE CENTRE/15DEC1986/QLD. 4500’, on Philas Opening Day 36c PSE. PO 8/12/1986. Sundale: ‘SUNDALE/6AU70/QLD-4215’ (arcs 4,5) on 30c on cover with violet handstamped provisional registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 27/3/1969; closed 17/4/1990. - ‘SUNDALE/1AU72/QLD-4215’ (arcs 4,5) on piece. [Rated R by Smithies] Tamborine: ‘TAMBORINE/18AP63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Tambourine PO c.-/4/1926. Tandur (2): 4 strikes of ‘TANDUR/29MY70/QLD-AUST’ on 20c & 5c x2 on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO 22/12/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/

$15 $5 $15 $6 $8

1976.

$65

closed 31/10/1977.

$16

1/7/1927; closed 1/10/1972.

$20

Taringa East: ‘PAID AT TARINGA EAST/11JA64/QLD-AUST’ in red on large cover. [Not recorded by Smithies] PO 1/12/1953;

The Head: 2 strikes of ‘THE HEAD/10OC68/QLD-AUST’ on 20c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO 14/7/1888; PO c.-/6/1915; RO c.1918; PO Tin Can Bay: ‘TIN CAN BAY/29JY71/QLD-4570’ on piece. [Rated R by Smithes] Renamed from Wallu PO c.-/2/1937. Tipton: 3 strikes of ‘TIPTON/27SE68/QLD-AUST’ on 15c & 5c x2 on Brown cover with handstamped blue provisional registration label. RO c.1882; PO 1/7/1927; closed 20/12/1975.

$6 $10


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1766 * B A11767 D A A1 1768 * A A1 1769 * A A1 1770 * A A1 1771 * A A1 1772 * A A1 1773 * A A1 1774 * A B2

Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Toowoomba: ‘TOOWOOMBA/QLD/8AUG/1946/2½D/PAID’ machine in red on Masonic envelope to Brisbane. PO 1/1/1858. Townsville: ‘TOWNSVILLE/1MAY1996/QLD. AUST. 4810’ in violet, on 45c A39 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. PO 1/1/ 1866.

‘TUGUN/22JY71/QLD-AUST’

Tugun: 2 light strikes of on 30c, 5c & 1c on cover with blue registration label. RO c.1922; PO 23/4/

1925.

Tully: ‘TULLY/24AP48/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Banyan PO c.-/12/1924.

‘TUNGAMULL/2NO69/QLD.’

Tungamul: 2 strikes of (sic - ERD) on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with mss “TUNGAMULL” (sic) on blue provisional C5 registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Swanson’s RO c.1889; PO c.-/12/1906; closed c.1971.

Wacol East Immigration Centre: ‘WACOL EAST IMMGN CNTR/315A27JA51/QLD-AUST’ (arcs .,½ - ERD), on stampless Money Orders Advices cover, mild faults. PO c.-/12/1949. Wandoan: ‘WANDOAN/5JY63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue. Renamed from Juandah PO 28/10/1926.

Warra: ‘WARRA/19NO63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. PO 11/9/1877. Wietalaba: 2 strikes of ‘WIETALABA/24JE70/QUEENSLAND’ on 25c on 5c Envelope with blue provisional registration label. RO c.1914; PO 24/6/1925; closed 30/11/1972.

Wintergarden: ‘WINTERGARDEN/POST/SHOP/30APR2001/ Brisbane Qld. 4002’ (opening day) on Alexander illustrated opening cover franked with 45c, unaddressed. PO 30/4/2001. Woodridge: WOODRIDGE/31OCT1995/(2)/QLD. 4114’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Renamed from Woodridge Park RO c./1/1924; PO 1/7/1927.

Woolloongabba: ‘PAID AT WOOLLOONGABBA/—9SE63/QLDAUST.’ (ERD) in red on envelope to Brisbane. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 23/9/1889. Woorabinda: ‘WOORABINDA/27OC70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c on 5c Envelope with blue provisional C5 registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 25/10/1965. Yarwun: ‘RELIEF/4AU69/31/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on cover with blue registration label. RO c.-/3/1905; PO c.-/7/1905; RO c.1910; PO c.1913.

$15 $4 $9 $4

$40 $20 $4 $6 $8 $8 $8 $15 $20 $10

SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1776 F A1855 Imperf London Printing 6d deep blue 3½-margins, SG #3, Cat £160, small thin. $125 1777 F A 1856-58 Imperf Adelaide Printing 2d red, SG #9, Cat £40, 4 tight margins. $20 1860-69 Second Roulettes 1d bright yellow-green, SG #19, Cat 1778 V A £38. $40 1779 F A D1 1868-79 Wmk Large Star Perf 11½-12½ 1/- dark red-brown, SG #82, Cat £12. $6 1780 * A B1 1870-71 Wmk Large Star Perf 10 1d bright green, SG #90, Cat £150, imperf at base, part o.g. $80 1781 F A C3 1870-73 Wmk Large Star Perf 10x11½-12½ or Perf 11½12½x10 or Compound 6d Prussian blue, SG #105, rough vertical perfs. $5 1782 F A B2 1876-1900 Wmk Broad Star Perf 11½-12½ 2/- carmine, SG #132. $4 1783 F A B2 1901-02 Wmk Crown/SA (Wide) Perf 11½-12½ (Large Holes) 1/- dark brown, SG #147, Cat £12. $6 1784 ** A- C1 1876-1904 DLR Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 10 2d orange-red vert pair, SG #168, Cat £22, very light toning on right edge. $20 1785 * A B1 1876-1904 DLR Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 13 1d pale green, SG #175. $5 1786 ** A- A1 1882 DLR Surcharge ½d on 1d blue-green, SG #181, minor gum crease. $20 1787 * A- C2 1883-99 Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 11½-12½ ½d red-brown, SG #187, Cat £14, light horizontal crease. $8 1788 * A B2 1883-99 Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 15 ½d deep brown, SG #188a. $4 1789 F B C1 1894-1906 Tannenburg Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 12x11½ 5d dull purple, SG #240, with perf ‘OS’, BW #S13b, Cat $15, small closed tear at right. $8 1790 ** A B2 1904-11 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 12 6d blue-green, SG #284, Cat £15, rounded BLC. $12 1791 * A B1 1905-11 Wmk Crown/A Perf 12x11½ 1d rosine, SG #294. $4 1792 * A B1 - 1d scarlet, SG #294a. $4 1793 * A B1 - 2d bright violet, SG #295. $8 1794 * A B1 - 2½d indigo-blue, SG #296. $8 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Official Stamps 1795 * A- D2 1897-1901 Thin ‘OS’ Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 15 5d brown-purple, SG #O74, 75, minor toninng on top perfs. $40 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1877 Framed Queen Victoria 1d violet on buff, HG #1, 1796 *F Acancelled with ‘G.P.O. ADELAIDE/X/MA6/88/S.A.’ duplex (A2-), some light toning. $10 1797 *F B 1893-98 Queen Victoria With Crest 1d brown on cream, HG #3, cancelled with light ‘GPO ADELAIDE/03/MR3/97/S.A’ (A1-) duplex with squared-circle ‘N[ORW]OOD/1/MA4/97/S[.A]’ (A2), printed Gold Mining share call message, small tear to BLC & some surface damage to reverse from mounting $8 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1884 Arms 14x9mm New Stock ½d violet, HG #E3, cancelled 1798 *F A with light 24½mm squared-circle ‘MOONTA/FE3/93/SA’ (A1-). $20 - ½d violet, HG #E3, with framed 22½mm ‘KADINA/S.A’ 1799 *F A $20 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Diamond Numerals 1800 S A A2 58: ‘58’ on 1863 2d pale vermilion PB Roulette. Allocated to Robe$15 PO c.1846.

1801 S A A2 1802 S B B2 1803 S A A2 1804 S A B2 1805 * A C1

126: 2 strikes on 1d rosine DLR rejoined pair, tied? by poor framed Waterloo of MY6/04. Allocated to Saddleworth-PO c.-/9/1859. 135: on 1876 2d orange DLR P10 (faults). Allocated to Arkaba-PO

23/11/1869; closed 1/2/1883.

$20

renamed South Petherton PO c.1870; renamed Tungkillo PO 1/1/1907.

$10

to Adelaide-PO 10/4/1837.

$40

Adelaide-PO 10/4/1837.

$30

151: on 1d green DLR P15. Allocated to Tungkillo-PO 7/5/1861; 252: used as emergency canceller, on Vic 2d violet Stamp Duty. [Rated R - quite unusual cancelling a Victorian stamp.] Allocated 307: on 1d red DLR P15 on PPC from Jabuk to Glenelg, probably 1910. [The first we have offered on cover.] Allocated to

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 1806 * A B2 Adelaide: ‘GPO ADELAIDE/10OCT1995/S.AUST 5000’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 10/4/1837. 1807 * A A1- - ‘GPO ADELAIDE/10/31OCT1995/S.AUST 5000’, on $20 Painting n Tax Pack cover. 1808 * A C1 Adelaide Airport: ‘ADELAIDE AIRPORT/130P17AP62/SOUTH AUST’ on 5d blue. PO 16/2/1955. 1809 * A A1 Adelaide Business Centre: oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/ 30MAR1998/ADELAIDE BUSINESS CENTRE GOUGER ST SA 5000’ in purple on Alexander Opening Day cover, franked with 45c Olympic Legend. Renamed from Gouger Street PO 30/3/1998. 1810 * A A1 - triple-oval ‘ADELAIDE BUSINESS CENTRE GOUGER ST/ 30MAR1998/S. AUST 5000’ in purple with triple-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/30MAR1998/ADELAIDE BUSINESS CENTRE GOUGER ST SA 5000’ (A1) in purple, on Alexander Opening Day cover, franked with 45c Olympic Legend. 1811 * A A1 Alawoona: ‘ALAWOONA/5P19MR88/S.A.-5311’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. RO 5/10/ 1812 * A A1 1813 * B A1

1814 * A A1

1914; PO 1/3/1915; closed 18/3/1988.

Allendale East: ‘ALLENDALE EAST/11MR57/SOUTH-AUST’ on 4d Koala. Renamed from Allandale East PO c.1937; CMA 29/10/

$8 $8 $8

$5

$10 $10

1993.

$6

1979.

$8

Andrews: ‘ANDREWS/9AU54/S.A.’ on face of re-directed window envelope, from Adelaide to Clare, to Andrews and finally to Port Broughton, opened a little roughly. PO c.1922; closed 31/12/ Avis Park: ‘AVIS PARK/20MY59/SOUTH-AUST’ on 3d QEII on plain unaddressed FDC. PO 1/3/1955; renamed Port Pirie South PO

1/4/1969.

$15

1974.

$20

1815 * A B1

Barunga Gap: ‘BARUNGA GAP/1■■■9DE67/SOUTH-AUST’ on face of stampless redirected cover, from Adelaide to Mundoora, to Redhill and, finally, to Barunga Gap before being returned to sender. Renamed from Percyton PO 1/7/1944; closed 30/9/

1816 * A B1

Beltana: ‘BELTANA/30OC71/SOUTH-AUST’ on 7c. PO 1/7/1866;

1817 * A A1

$15

closed 23/11/1981.

Blackwood: ‘BLACKWOOD/5DEC1994/S.A. 5051’ in violet, on 45c A57 Frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Belair PO

$8

1/8/1881. $4 Caltowie: ‘CALTOWIE/5P15JY88/S.A.-5490’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE. PO c.-/4/1873; closed 15/7/1988. $10 1819 * A- B1- Campbelltown: ‘CAMPBELLTOWN/845A 1AP24/STH.AUST.’ on back of long registered Superintendent of Soldier Settlements OHMS cover with straight-line ‘UNCLAIMED’ (A1-) x6, franked with 1½d green KGV perf ‘OS’ x3, leftmost unit with scratch in front of face [12L9], cancelled with ‘REG ADELAIDE/1PM7FE24/ STH. AUSTRALIA’ (B1) & bearing red S3 registration label, some edge wear. PO 1/1/1855. $140 1820 * A B2 - ‘CAMPBELLTOWN/24OCT1995/R/S.A. 5074’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. $8 1821 * A A1- Ceduna: ‘CEDUNA/5PM/29NOV/1999/S. AUST. 5690’ machine on Alexander First Day of LPO cover franked with 45c. Renamed $5 from Murat Bay PO 1/1/1922; LPO 29/11/1999. 1822 * A A1 Cockburn: ‘COCKBURN/10A29JA88/S.A.-5440’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO c.1887; closed 29/1/1988. $10 1823 * A B1 Cooltong: ‘COOLTONG/3-P 10DE86/S.A.-5341’ on 33c. PO 1/7/ 1950; CMA 26/2/1993. $4 1824 * A A1 Coonalpyn: ‘COONALPYN/11-A20OC77/S.A.-5265’ (ERD) on 18c on unaddressed cover. PO c.-/4/1887. $4 1825 * A A1 Coulta: ‘COULTA/31DE81/STH AUST’ (last day) on 18c on cover. PO 1/9/1882; closed 31/12/1981. $6 1826 * B A1- Crafer’s: light squared-circle ‘CRAFERS/2/FE20/85/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR on mourning envelope to Adelaide, backflap missing, couple of closed tears, some mild toning. PO 17/7/1851; renamed Crafers PO 3/9/1925. $10 1827 * A A1 Cummins: ‘CUMMINS/28JA1958/STH AUSTRALIA’ on 7d & 1/on cover with blue registration label. RO 27/1/1908; PO c.-/1/1909. $6 1828 * A A1- - ‘CUMMINS/5-P20OC95/S-AUST-5631’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. $8 1829 * A A1 Currie Street: ‘CURRIE STREET/11A11AP86/STH AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Great Barrier Reef PSE. PO 26/10/ 1959; closed 11/4/1986. $10 1830 S A A3 East-West Railway Head Camp: ‘[E-W ]RY HEAD CAM[P]/ TH 1OC1915/[S AUSTRALIA]’ on 1d red KGV. [Extremely rare copy offered in Auction 49 sold for $525] PO 15/3/1915; closed 13/11/1917. $200 1831 * B A1 Eudunda: 27mm squared-circle ‘EUDUNDA/2/OC12/16/S_A’ on 1d red KGV on cover. PO c.1872. $10 1832 * A A1 Farrells Flat: ‘FARRELL FLAT/5P31DE87/S.A.-5416’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO 26/9/1870; closed 31/12/1987. $10 1833 * A A1 Findon: ‘FINDON/M.O./2S/7SEP1994/S.AUST. 5023’, on 45c A78 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 23/11/1859. $4

1818 * A A1


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1834 * A A2

1835 D A A2 1836 * A A2 1837 * A A11838 * A A1

1839 * A A1 1840 S A A2 1841 * A B1 1842 D A A1 1843 * 1844 *

1846 * A A1

1847 * A A1 1848 * A A1 1849 * A A11850 * A-A2

1851

Gepp’s Cross Hostel: ‘GEPPS CROS[S STH AUST’ on 5d blue on cover to Blair Athol and then redirected to Edwardstown. [Very rare - only recorded used for a few months in 1962.] PO 10/11/1952; closed 10/3/1965. Gilles Plains: ‘GILLES PLAINS/12NO37/S.A’ on 2d NSW Sesqui. PO 11/3/1895; renamed Hillcrest PO 15/8/1966. - ‘GILLES PLAINS/415PM15MR62/STH AUST’ on 5d blue on cover. Glenelg: ‘GLENELG/545P1NO41/S.A.’, on 1d green QM, on cover to Norwood. PO 5/12/1849. Gouger Street (2): ‘GOUGER STREET/No.2/27JUL1992/S AUST. 5000’, on 45c A83 Frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Gouger Street West PO 1/1/1988; replaced by Adelaide Business Centre PO 27/3/1998.

Haslam: ‘HASLAM/30NO87/SA-AUST’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. Renamed from Port Haslam PO 1/9/1913; closed 30/11/1987.

Huddleston: squared-circle ‘HUDDLESTON/1/NO7/23/S_A’ on 1½d green KGV. [Rated X] PO 7/12/1903; closed 15/11/1971. Kilkenny North: ‘PAID AT KILKENNY NORTH/4DE72/SA-AUST’ in red on window envelope. Renamed from Woodville North PO 13/1/ 1964.

‘KINGSTON-ON-MURRAY/615A-5JY69/

Kingston-On-Murray: STH AUST’ on 5c cut-out. PO 15/7/1895; LPO c.-/3/1993. A A1 Kongorong: ‘KONGORONG/26AP88/S-AUST-5291’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. RO 18/4/1912; PO 1/1/1924; CMA 26/4/1988. A A1+ Kooringa: 27½mm squared-circle ‘KOORINGA/1/DE27/07/S.A’ on 1d red on PPC. Renamed from Burra Burra PO c.1849; renamed

1845 * A A1-

A A2

1852 * A- B1 1853 * A A1 1854 D A1 1855 D A B1 1856 * A A11857 * A A2 1858 * A- A1 1859 * A A2 1860 * A A1 1861 * A A1 1862 * A B2 1863 D A A1 1864 * A A1 1865 * A A1

Burra PO 1/12/1939.

Langhorne Creek: ‘LANGHORNE’S CREEK/3JY42/S.A.’ on 2½d red KGVI on plain cover to Norwood. PO c.1851. Leigh Creek Coalfield: ‘LEIGH CREEK COALFIELD/28OC71/SAUST 5731’ on 5c Lettercard uprated by PO twice, first with 1c and the selling price adjusted to 8c and then with a 2nd 1c and the selling price updated to 9c. PO 18/8/1944; renamed Leigh Creek

1871 D A A1 1872 * A- A1

$20 $3 $5 $8

$4 $10 $15

Mallala R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. MALLALA/10FE42/ SOUTH-[AU]ST’, on 1d red-brown QE, on plain cover, with boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF AIR/POSTAL/CONCESSION RATE’ (A1) in purple. PO 23/10/1941; closed 23/5/1946. Moculta: unframed ‘MOCULTA/NO26/98/S[_A]’ on 2d orange. PO c.1870; closed 31/3/1982. (s) - ‘MOCULTA/12AP57/SOUTH-AUST’ on 4d Koala. Morchard: ‘MORECHARD/30AP86/SA-AUST’, on unaddressed 33c Kakadu PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO 1/4/1878; closed 30/4/1986.

Morphett Vale (2): ‘MORPHETT VALE/PAID/23JA72/S-AUST5162’ in red (cut-to-shape). PO 3/3/1969. Mount Burr (2): ‘MOUNT BURR/24OC36/S.A.’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/9/1934; LPO c.-/3/1993.

Mount Gambier (2): ‘[mountains] MOUNT GAMBIER/ 21DEC1994/SA 5290’, on 45c A59 Frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Gambierton PO 27/1/1878. Mount Wedge: ‘MT. WEDGE./28MY79/STH AUST’ on 20c. PO 1/6/ 1889; closed 31/12/1980.

Murray Bridge: ‘MURRAY BRIDGE/330P24JA35/S.A.’, on 2d vermilion Vic Centenary P11½, on cover to Goolwa, couple of small closed tears. Renamed from Swanport PO 1/4/1880. Murray Bridge South: ‘MURRAY BRIDGE SOUTH/2AU71/SAAUST’ on 6c & 30c on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/9/ 1966.

Murray Town: ‘MURRAY TOWN/9P11JE93/SA-5481’ (last day) on 45c on cover. PO 1/3/1891; CMA 11/6/1993. Normanville: ‘NORMANVILLE/12AP57/S.A.’ on 3½d red QEII.

PO 14/8/1856.

Nunjikompita: ‘NUNJIKOMPITA/14MY79/STH AUST’ on 2c & 18c. RO 1/1/1921; PO 1/1/1926; closed 30/11/1987. Ovingham: ‘OVINGHAM/1015A11FE66/STH AUST’ on 5d red. PO 1/11/1879; renamed Bowden PO 16/10/1970.

Panorama: ‘PANORAMA/4P 4AP60/SOUTH-AUST’ on 5d blue on cover. PO 1/8/1947; renamed Pasadena PO 30/4/1982. Parachilna: ‘PARACHILNA/30OC71/STH AUST’ on 7c. PO 1/8/

1882.

30/6/1888.

Robe: ‘ROBE/28JE38/STH AUST’ on 2d KGV. PO c.1846. Rosenthal: squared-circle ‘ROSENTHAL/SE29/0[8]/S_A’ on 1d brown Postal Card, spiked. [Rated XX] PO 1/11/1864; renamed Rosedale PO 1/7/1918.

1877 * A B1 1878 * A A1 1879 D A B2

1881 * A A1

$10 $6

1882 * A B1 1883 * A A1-

$8 1884 * A- A1

$10

c.1950; renamed Melbourne Street PO 15/8/1966.

1876 * A A1

$5

23/6/1988.

AUST’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. Lower North Adelaide: ‘LOWER NTH ADELAIDE/415P 1MR61/SOUTH AUST’ on 5d blue on cover. TO c.-/1/1924; PO

1875 * A A1-

1880 D A B2

$20

‘LIPSON/23JE88/SOUTH

1874 * A A1

$4

South PO 2/4/1982.

Lipson: ‘LIPSON/23JE88/SOUTH·AUST’ on 1c Echidna frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Yarandale PO 1/10/1909; closed

Pennington: ‘PENNINGTON/10-A-5AP62/SOUTH-AUST’ on 5d on cover. PO 1/5/1939; closed 10/10/1997. 1867 D B1 Plympton: ‘PAID AT PLYMPTON/—?19JY61/SOUTH·AUST’ In red. PO 7/10/1856. 1868 * A A1 Port Lincoln: ‘PORT LINCOLN/24MR66/SOUTH-AUST’ on 5d & 2/- on cover with blue registration label. PO 20/6/1839. 1869 * A A1 Rendelsham: ‘RENDELSHAM/30JE88/SOUTH AUST’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO c.1887; closed 30/6/1988. 1870 D A A1+ Renmark: ‘RENMARK/5?:A11FE71/SOUTH-AUST’ on 6c QEII. PO 1866 * A B1

1873 * A A1

HOSTE]L/2 P 8JE62/

$10 $8

1885 * A A11886 * A A1 1887 * A A1

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Rundle Mall: ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/RUNDLE MALL./ 16JAN1995/S. AUST. 5000/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ on 45c A15 Frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Rundle Street PO 12/3/

1984.

Sandalwood: ‘SANDALWOOD/30JE86/STH AUST’, on unaddressed 33c Willandra Lakes PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. RO 10/8/1914; PO c.1915; closed 30/6/1986. Seaton (1): ‘SEATON/5P 28MR91/S-AUST-5023’ on 43c Waterbirds on unaddressed APO Stamps cover with Closure of Post Office cachet. Renamed from Seaton Park PO 1/9/1965; closed 28/3/1991.

Solomontown: ‘SOLOMONTOWN/8OC72/STH AUST’ on 7c & 50c on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1891. Strathalbyn: ‘STRATHALBYN/745A11MY35/S.A.’, on 2d scarlet KGVI, on cover to Norwood. PO 19/1/1844. Tarcowie: ‘TARCOWIE/930A31AU88/SA-5431’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO 1/8/1876; closed 31/8/1988.

Thebarton: ‘PAID AT THEBARTON/1½D14SP49/S.A.’ in black on 2½d Lawson. PO 24/10/1850. Unley: 2 strikes of ‘UNLEY/6AU46/S.A’ on 3d & 2½d KGVI on piece with blue registration label. PO 17/1/1850. West Lakes: ‘P.O. WEST LAKES/29JUL1992/NO.1A/S.A. 5021’ in violet, on 45c A76 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 27/8/1975. Willunga: ‘WILLUNGA/10A14AP42/SOUTH-AUST’, on 2½d red KGVI, on cover to Norwood, small closed tear at top, some slight edge soiling. PO 14/7/1839. Woodside Camp: ‘MI P.O. WOODSIDE/4FE54/SOUTH-AUST’ (L. removed) on 4d Koala x2 & 1d purple QEII x2 on Army Canteens Service Club cover to Adelaide, SA, with round ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION/508/POSTAGE RATE’ (A1) in purple & bearing blue C6 registration label. PO

$7 $8

1889 F A 1890 G B C1

$10 $4 $7 $4 $10 $30 $15 $8

1891 ** A 1892 * A B1 1893 *

A B2

1894 *

A- B2

1895 ** A A1 1896 * 1897 * 1898 * 1899 **

A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1

1900 *

B B1

1901 F A- B1

$4

1902 * A B1 1903 F B C1

$6

1904 *

A B1

$4 $6 $5

1905 * A B1 1906 * A A1 1907 F A B1

$10

$10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $5 $4 $5

c.1949; closed 5/2/1993.

$20

14/6/1944.

$30

PO c.-/3/1856.

$10

Woodside Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. WOODSIDE/24MY40/SOUTHAUST’ on 1d green QE Die II on YMCA cover to Kensington, SA, with double-circle ‘HEADQUARTERS 10th BATTALION/.../.../- -’ (A1) in purple, couple of small closed tears. PO 9/10/1939; closed

Woodville: ‘WOODVILLE/415P9JE42/S.A’ (A1 backstamp), on 5½d blue, on cover to Adelaide, with blue C6 registration label. Woodville West: ‘WOODVILLE WEST/4P 31DE86/SA 5011’ (last day) on 36c PSE. PO 3/2/1947; closed 31/12/1986. Yongala: ‘YONGALA/9A30AP93/SA-5493’ on 45c on cover with typed address & Postmaster’s Autograph. PO c.1875; closed 30/4/

1993.

TASMANIA $15 1888 W A

$4

1857-69 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 1d dull vermilion four margins, 3 good, 1 close, SG #28, Cat £110. 1863-71 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Pin Perf 12 1d dull vermilion, imperf horizontally, mss cancelled ‘6/3/66’. 1871-91 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 11½ 6d lilac, SG #136, Cat £22, cleaned mss cancel. - 1/- orange-red marginal single, SG #141, Cat £150. 1871-91 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Post Office Perf 12 6d dull claret, SG 143. 1871-78 Sidefaces Wmk TAS & Lines Perf 11½ 1d vermilion, SG #144e, Cat £250. 1878 Sideface Wmk TAS Perf 14 8d dull purple-brown, SG #158, Cat £14, hinge fragment, rounded BRC. 1892-99 Tablets Wmk TAS Perf 14 ½d orange & mauve SG 216. - 2½d purple ovptd SPECIMEN . - 5d pale blue and brown ovptd SPECIMEN. - 10d purple-lake and deep green ovptd SPECIMEN. 1889 Reprints 6d mauve chalon perf 11½ on thick card ovptd ‘REPRINT’. 1899-1900 Pictorials Engraved 1d bright lake, SG #230, perf ‘T’, closed tear along ‘T’. - 4d deep orange-buff, SG #234, with perf ‘A’, cancelled with ‘HOBART/H/21OC/1905/TASMANIA’ (A2), aged. - 6d lake, SG #236, Cat £25. 1902-04 Pictorials Typo Wmk V/Crown 1d scarlet P12½ wmk inverted, SG #241, a little soiled. 1905-11 Pictorials Typo Wmk Crown/A ½d yellow-green wmk upright inverted P11, SG #249da, Cat £90 (BW# T6, Cat $200), hinge remainder. - 1d carmine-red, SG #250g. - 6d carmine-lake P11, SG #254a, very fine. 1911 Pictorials Stereotyped 2d bright violet P12½ with white crack above left value tablet and white flaws left of left ferns.

$4 TASMANIA | Postal Fiscals 1908 * B C1 1900 Overprinted ‘REVENUE’ 1d blue Platypus SG# F36, a few toned perfs. $10 1909 F A A1 - £1 green & yellow, SG #F39, fiscal use. $8 TASMANIA | Revenues 1910 * A A1 Stamp Duty: 1903 3d brown Platypus Optd Revenue and 1d with missing top left of 1. $10 TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1883 Border Removed London Printing 1d carmine-rose H&G 1911 *** A $4 2. $4 TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1912 *F A 1891 Queen Victoria Embossed Head 1d pink printed for A G $40 Webster & Son H&G KB3, used from Hobart in 1908, endorsed “20 posted”.

$8 $10 $50 $100 $5 $200 $25 $250 $12 $8 $40 $40 $40 $50 $4 $6 $20 $4 $150 $6 $25 $10 $12 $50 $40 $15

$60


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TASMANIA | Postal History 1913 *F A 1905 use of Private lettersheet with 1d Pictorial tied by Ulverstone cds AU 9 05. 1912 cover to Victoria 1d on 2d Pictorial tied by Hobart machine 1914 *F A cancel 18 Dec 12. TASMANIA | Numerals - Second Allocation 1915 S A A2 2: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Avoca-Renamed from St. Paul’s Plains 1916 D A A1 1917 S B B2 1918 S 1919 S 1920 S 1922 S 1923 S 1924 S 1925 S 1926 S 1927 S 1928 D 1929 S 1930 S 1931 S 1932 S 1933 S 1934 S 1935 S 1936 S 1937 D 1938 S 1939 S 1940 S 1941 S 1942 S 1943 S 1944 S 1945 S 1946 S 1947 S 1948 S 1949 S 1950 S 1951 D 1952 S 1953 D 1954 S 1955 D 1956 S 1957 D 1958 D 1959 S 1960 S 1961 D 1962 S 1963 S 1964 S

PO 1/1/1838.

6: on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Bothwell-PO 1/6/1832. 9: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Bridgewater-PO 1/10/1840; renamed

Bridgewater North PO 6/9/1874; renamed Bridgewater Junction PO 1/7/ 1895. A B1- 13: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Brown’s River-PO 1/9/1835; renamed Kingston PO 31/12/1881. A B2 16: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Campbell Town-PO 1/6/1832. A A2 18: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Carrick-PO 5/11/1841. A B2 22: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Cleveland-PO 8/12/1841; closed 24/12/1973. A A2 23: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Cressy-PO 17/9/1856. A A2 25: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Deloraine-PO 13/2/1845. A A2 29: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Emu Bay-PO 1/7/1851; renamed Burnie PO 31/12/1881. A B2 31: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Exton-PO 19/9/1856; closed 31/8/ 1977. A A2 34: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Fingal-PO 1/1/1842. A B2 36: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Forth-PO 12/5/1856; renamed Hamilton On Forth PO 29/2/1868; renamed Forth PO 30/9/1876. A A2+ 37: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to George Town-PO 11/12/1822. B B2 39: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Green Ponds-PO 1/6/1832; renamed Kempton PO 18/3/1895. A A2 43: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Franklin-Renamed from FranklinHuon PO 22/2/1878. A B2 50: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Invermay-PO 1/8/1883. A A2 53: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Leven-PO 30/5/1857; renamed Ulverstone PO 31/12/1881. B B2 54: on 1d Sideface, corner fold. Allocated to Longford-Renamed from Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856. A A2- 56: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Macquarie Plains-PO 27/6/1832; renamed Bushy Park PO 31/12/1967. A A2+ 63: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to New Norfolk-PO 1/6/1832. A B2 64: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Oatlands-PO 1/6/1832. A A2 65: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Ouse-PO 1/10/1835. B B2 67: on ½d Tablet pair. Allocated to Peppermint Bay-PO 15/5/1854; renamed Woodbridge PO 31/12/1881. A A2 70: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Port Cygnet-RH 8/12/1853; PO 1/1/ 1854; renamed Lovett PO 30/6/1895; renamed Cygnet PO 13/5/1915. B A2 71: on 2d Sideface, slight surface abrasion to TLC. Allocated to Port Esperance-PO 6/2/1856; renamed Dover PO 1/7/1895. A B2 76: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Richmond-PO 1/6/1832. A A2 77: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Ross-PO 1/6/1832. B B1 85: on ½d tablet pair, BRC torn. [Rated RR] Allocated to Spring HillPO 1/10/1841; RO 1/1/1910; PO 1/6/1927; closed 1/7/1929. A A2- 92: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Tunbridge-PO 17/3/1856. A A2- 95: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Westbury-PO 21/6/1832. A- A2- 100: on 2d Sideface, hint of toning on perfs. Allocated to CornersPO 12/8/1862; renamed Conara Junction PO 14/10/1887; Re-allocated to Conara PO 1/1/1960. A A2 101: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Kentishbury-RH 1/11/1862; PO c.1866; renamed Sheffield PO 1/1/1882. A A2 105: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Greens Creek-RO 1/4/1864; PO 1/5/ 1865; renamed Harford PO 11/2/1896; closed 30/6/1966. A B2 107: on ½d Tablet. [Rated RR] Allocated to Risdon-PO 1/7/1864; renamed Gregson PO 30/11/1910. A A1- 115: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Ellesmere-RH 29/11/1865; PO 3/7/ 1869; renamed Scottsdale PO 4/9/1893. A A2- 120: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Northdown-RH 1/7/ 1866; PO 1/3/1973; closed 28/2/1903. A B1- 121: on 1d Sideface pair [Rated R] Allocated to Tunnack-RH 1/9/ 1866; PO 1/6/1869; closed 29/8/1986. A A1- 123: on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Sulphur Creek-RH 1/1/1867; replaced by Penguin Creek PO 31/5/1868; renamed Penguin PO 30/6/ 1895. A A1- 124: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Little Oyster Cove-PO 19/10/1868; renamed Kettering PO 15/3/1892. A A1- 126: on 1d Pictorial. Allocated to Georges Bay-PO 1/4/1869; renamed St. Helen’s PO 1/7/1882. A A1 136: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Augusta Toll-Gate-PO 15/6/1870; renamed Augusta Road PO 16/3/1874; closed 30/11/1927. A A1 138: on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Nine Mile Springs-PO 1/6/1870; renamed Lefroy PO 31/12/1881; closed 30/6/1986. B B1 140: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Orford-PO 1/9/1870. A B1- 141: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Dunalley-PO 1/9/1870. A A1- 144: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Goulds Country-PO 1/1/ 1871; TO 1/5/1964; closed 30/9/1971. A B2 148: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to St. Leonards-PO 1/5/1871. A A1- 151: on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] Allocated to Sassafras-PO 1/3/1873; closed 31/7/1975. A A2 152: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Formby-PO 1/7/1873; renamed Devonport West PO 1/3/1890.

1965 D A A11966 S A B11967 D A B11968 S A A11969 D A B1-

- on 1d Pictorial. 155: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Campania-PO 15/9/1873. 158: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Detention River-PO 1/11/1873;

closed 31/3/1975.

161: on 1d Sideface pair. [Rated RR] 169: on 2d Sideface tied with framed ‘RINGAROOMA/20OC/9?/ TAS:’. Allocated to Ringarooma-PO 1/10/1874.

1970 S A B1-

171: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Red Water Creek-RH 17/2/1875;

$75

1971 D A A1

172: on 6d Tablet. [Rated R] Allocated to Hastings-RO 14/7/1875; PO

$40

1972 D A A11973 S A A1-

$4 $4

1974 S A A11975 S A B1-

$4 $5 $8 $6 $4 $5 $4

1976 S A B11977 S A B11978 S A B11979 D A A11980 S A A1-

$4

1981 S A B1-

$6 $8

1982 S A B11983 S A B11984 S A B2

$8 $5

1985 S A A1-

$4

1986 D A B2

$4 $5

1987 S A B2

$4 $4 $6 $4 $4 $4

1988 S A A11989 S A B1 1990 S A B2 1991 S A B11992 S A B2

$8

1993 S A B2

$3

1994 D A B2

$12 $5 $6

1995 S A A1-

$8 $6 $5

1997 S A A1-

$5 $12 $6

1996 S A A1-

1998 D A B11999 S A B2 2000 S A B12001 S A A1-

$20

2002 D A B2

$3

2003 D A B1-

$20

2004 D A A1-

$6

2005 D A A12006 S B A1-

$5

2007 S A A1-

$5

2008 S A B1-

$5 $10 $5 $20 $12 $8 $3

2009 D A B2 2010 D A A1 2011 D A A12012 D A A1-

$40

2013 D A B1-

$10 $5 $12

2014 S A B1-

$4 $40

2016 S A A1-

$10

2015 S A A1-

2017 S A B1-

renamed Railton PO c.1876.

c.1877; closed 15/9/1968.

175: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Back Creek-PO 1/3/

1873; RO 1/9/1916; PO 1/6/1927; replaced by Weymouth PO 23/12/1959. 177: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Newnham-PO 1/6/1876; renamed Mowbray Heights PO 3/1/1961. 178: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Geeves-Town-PO 1/6/1876; renamed Geeveston PO c.1888. 179: on 2d Pictorial. Allocated to Thomas Plains-PO 27/6/1876; renamed Weldborough PO 1/1/1882; closed 16/11/1971. 182: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Springfield-RH 1/10/1876; PO 1/1/ 1888. 183: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Spreyton-PO 19/2/1883. 187: light strike on 1d Pictorial. Allocated to Merseylea-PO 20/10/ 1897; closed 30/9/1965.

189: on 1d Pictorial tied with framed ‘BEACONSFILED/JY21/00/ TASM[MANIA]’. Allocated to Brandy Creek-PO 1/12/1877; renamed

$5 $15 $3 $25 $7 $5 $8 $5 $50

Beaconsfield PO 31/3/1879.

$4

c.1914; closed c.1957.

$5

renamed Epping PO c.1925.

$5 $4 $4

192: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Brighton Station-PO 1/5/1883; TO 195: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Epping Forest-PO 2/9/1878; 200: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Bagdad-PO 1/12/1878. 201: on 2d Sideface. 203: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Ellerslie-PO 20/11/

1878; closed 30/11/1905.

$10

PO 1/1/1879; renamed Gladstone PO 31/12/1881. 207: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Oatlands Station-PO 1/6/1879; renamed Parattah PO 31/12/1881. 218: on 2d Sideface Allocated to Carnarvon-PO 1/1/1883; renamed Port Arthur PO 20/10/1927. 221: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Brother’s Home-PO 1/8/1882; renamed Derby PO 31/12/1885. 231: on 1d Sideface pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Woodsdale-PO 1/3/ 1884; closed 16/5/1977. 236: on ½d Tablet. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Young Town-PO 17/11/ 1884; closed 31/8/1981.

$10

204: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to North Mount Cameron-

$4 $5 $10 $10

$50 238: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RRRR] $100 239: on 1d Sideface pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to Cascades-RH

17/11/1883; PO 1/1/1885; renamed Koonya PO 31/8/1887; closed 30/6/ 1970. 242: light strike on 2d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to ParkhamPO 1/4/1885; closed 31/5/1966. 243: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Fentonbury-PO 1/4/ 1885; closed 29/4/1966. 245: on 2d Sideface pair. Allocated to South Glenorchy-PO 11/5/1885; renamed Moonah PO 30/6/1895. 247: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Austin’s Ferry-PO 1/8/ 1885; closed 6/9/1968. 254: on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RR] Allocated to Whitefoord Hills-PO 1/2/ 1886; renamed Moltema PO 18/9/1915. 256: on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Kindred-PO 1/4/1886; closed 27/4/1990. 257: on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] Allocated to Launceston SouthRenamed from Wellington Street PO 1/11/1897; closed 27/1/1988. 260: on 2d Sideface (some pink staining). Allocated to CoppingRenamed from Coppington PO 1/10/1886; closed 30/6/1988. 266: on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] Allocated to East Meander-PO 1/12/ 1886; renamed Meander PO 28/8/1910. 269: on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] Allocated to Turners Marsh LowerPO 22/2/1887; RO c.1910; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/3/1968. 272: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Quamby Brook-PO 1/7/1887; RO c.1912; PO 1/6/1927; closed 1/12/1969. 276: on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Millbrook-PO 1/12/1887; renamed Mount Nicholas PO 8/1/1892; closed 31/8/1963. 278: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Whitefoord-PO 1/1/ 1888; closed 30/9/1969. 282: on 2d Sideface (pink stain). [Rated RR] Allocated to OrmleyRenamed from Bona Vista PO 1/4/1888; TO 1/7/1968; closed 9/12/1968. 287: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to North Dundas Road-PO 9/2/1898; closed 31/7/1919. 288: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Mountain River-PO 1/8/1888; renamed Ranelagh Junction PO 31/12/1894; renamed Ranelagh PO 14/9/1910.

292: 292 on 1d Sideface pair tied with framed ‘RUMNEY HUTS/ DE??.97/TASMANIA’. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Rumney Huts-PO

1/1/1889; renamed Baden PO 31/8/1900. 297: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Mathinna-Renamed from Reedy Marsh, Blackboy PO 1/1/1882.

299: on 2d Sideface tied with framed ‘WARATAH/AU19/99/ [TASMANIA]’. Allocated to Waratah-Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO

1/1/1882.

300: on 2d Pictorial. Allocated to Lilydale-Renamed from Upper Pipers

$10 $15 $45 $8 $20 $45 $30 $15 $6 $30 $45 $45 $6 $50 $25 $10 $15 $60 $10 $5

River PO 27/10/1887.

$15

1847; closed 30/9/1968.

$20

renamed Cullenswood PO 1/11/1894; closed 18/10/1965. 315: light strike on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Leith-PO 1/9/1890; closed 31/8/1978. 320: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Goshen-PO 8/11/1869; closed 30/6/ 1903. 323: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Irish Town-PO 1/10/ 1891.

$18

301: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Breadalbane-PO 1/10/ 312: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Cornwall-PO 1/9/1890;

$10 $5 $15


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 2018 D A B2 2019 S A A12020 S A A12021 D A B1-

338: on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Beltana-RH 1/10/

1891; PO 1/5/1892; renamed Lindisfarne PO 9/7/1903. 342: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Macquarie Plains R.S.PO 1/7/1892; renamed Gretna PO 31/12/1906. 345: on 2d Pictorial. Allocated to Forth-Renamed from Hamilton On Forth PO 1/10/1876. 373: on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] Allocated to Lynchford-PO 1/10/1899; closed 31/1/1925.

TASMANIA | Datestamps 2022 S A A1- Avoca: framed ‘AVOCA/12OC/00/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. 2023 * A A1 2024 * A A1 2025 * A A1

2026 D A A2 2027 S A A12028 S A A2 2029 S A A2 2030 * A A1 2031 * A A22032 D A2 2033 D A A12034 * A A2 2035 S A A1 2036 D A A1 2037 D A A1 2038 D A A2 2039 D A B2 2040 S A A2 2041 S A A2 2042 S A A2 2043 * A A1-

2044 * A B1 2045 D A A12046 D A B2 2047 * A A1 2048 D A B2 2049 D A B2 2050 D A A12051 S A A2 2052 S A A2 2053 * C A2 2054 D A2 2055 * A A1 2056 D A A12057 * A B12058 * A A1-

$60 $12

2061 D A A1-

$20

2062 S A C2 2063 S A B2

$5

1954.

$4

Black River: ‘BLACK RIVER/9NO73/TAS.’ on Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia OHMS front to Hobart, Tas. PO 1/10/ 1875; closed 29/11/1974.

Brighton Military Camp (2): ‘MIL.P.O. BRIGHTON/11JA47/ TAS-AUST’ on 1d purple-brown QE on plain cover endorsed “LAST DAY COVER/Post Office Closed” & bearing boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (A1). PO 17/10/1939; closed 11/1/1947. Brookville: ‘BROOKVILLE/23JY64/TAS-AUST’ on 5d green. PO 1/8/1953; renamed Brooklyn PO 31/5/1968.

Buckland: framed ‘BUCKLAND/JY1/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Prosser’s Plains PO c.1884; closed 28/1/1981. - framed ‘[B]UCKLAND/AU4/21/TASMANIA’ on 2d orange KGV. Burnie: ‘TELEG[RAP]H OFFICE/20AU53/BURNIE’, on 2/Coronation. [Rated R] Renamed from Emu Bay PO 1/1/1882. - ‘BURNIE/17AUG1995/TAS·7320’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. - ‘POSTAGE PAID BURNI[E]/?—4JA24/[TAS]’ in black on window envelope. - ‘PAID AT BURNIE/23AU73/TAS-AUST’ in red. - ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE BURNIE/15SE72/TAS-AUST’ on piece from Telegram. [Rated RRR] Bushy Park (2): ‘BUSHY PARK/18JE71/TAS-AUST’ in purple on Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia OHMS front. Renamed

$10

$40

1881; renamed Dysart PO 1/4/1903.

Deloraine (2): ‘DELORAINE/5-30P-14FE07/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 13/2/1845. Derby: framed ‘DERBY/FE12/09/[TA]MANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Brother’s Home PO 1/1/1886.

Devonport: ‘DEVONPORT/715PM/7FEB/1966/TAS. DEVONPORT/GATEWAY OF/TASMANIA/DAHLIA FESTIVAL’ machine on 5d red QEII on Commonwealth Trading Bank of Australia front. Renamed from Devonport West PO 1/5/1929. Elizabeth Street: ‘ELIZABETH ST. LAUNCESTON/PAID/ 9JY79/TAS-AUST 7250’ (LRD) on window envelope. [Rated R] PO 1/7/1958.

Gawler: ‘GAWLER/3JY51/TAS’, on 6d kookaburra x4 on Telegraph form piece. [Rated R] RO 1/1/1906; PO 13/6/1906. Glenorchy: framed ‘GLENORCHY/JY26/09/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/7/1837. - double-circle ‘* GLENORCHY */6P.M./15MAR1995/TAS. 7010’, on 45c C2 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. Golden Valley: ‘GOLDEN VALLEY/-3OC5?/TAS.’ #4a on pair 9d Platypus. [Rated R] PO 16/5/1887; RO c.1911; PO 1/6/1927; closed 3/4/1975.

Goshen (2): ‘GOSHEN/18OC64/TAS-AUST’ #5s, on 5d QEII. [Rated R] TO 1/4/1913; RO c.1915; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/9/1971. - ‘GOSHEN/26JE64/TAS-AUST’, on 5d cyan QEII small die stationery cut-out. [Rated R] Harford: ‘HARFORD/10AP31/[TAS].’ #4a on 2d Kingsford Smith. [Rated R] Renamed from Greens Creek PO 11/2/1896; closed 30/6/1966.

Herrick: ‘HERRICK/31MY31/TAS[MAN]IA’ on 2d red KGV. PO

2070 * A A1

$5

2072 D A A2

$8

2073 D A A3-

$20 $4 $16

2071 * A- A1

2074 D A A1 2075 S A A2 2076 D A A1-

$6

2077 D A B1

$5

2078 D A B2 2079 * A- B1

$10 $3

2080 D A- B1

$8

2081 D A A2

$7

Huonville: on $1.20, 70c & 45c A51 Framas unaddressed Air Mail cover. - double-circle ‘HUONVILLE/10JAN1995/TAS-7109’, on 45c A51 Frama on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Victoria (Huon) PO

25/5/1889.

Jericho (2): light ‘JERICHO/1SE66/TAS·AUST’. [Rated RRR] PO 20/9/1852; closed 31/8/1962.

Kamona: light ‘KAMONA/14DE60/T[AS AU]ST’, on 5d Christmas. [Rated RRR] RO 6/9/1909; PO c.1925; closed 30/11/1967. Kaoota: ‘KAOOTA/19AP65/TAS’, on 5d Christmas. [Rated RRR] RO 1/12/1923; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/4/1968.

Kindred: framed ‘KINDRED/OC30/[?]/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/4/1886; closed 27/4/1990. Kingston: Tasmanian Government Tourist Bureau black & white PPC of ‘Brown’s River’, unused. Renamed from Brown’s River PO

1/1/1882.

- ‘KINGSTON/PAID/4-P10AP80/TAS-AUST-7150’, Hazell Bros window envelope, minor faults. Lapoinya: light ‘LAPOINYA/19SE67/TA[S-AUST]’, on 4c YWCA. [Rated RR] RO 1/11/1912; PO c.1924; closed 30/6/1970. Latrobe: ‘PAID AT LATROBE/8JE67/TASMANIA’ on plain window envelope, some light staining Renamed from La Trobe PO 27/1/1873. Launceston: black & white PPC ‘Cataract Gorge, Launceston’, 1d Pictorial cancelled with ‘DERBY/MR20/09/TASMANIA’ (B1). PO 12/10/1822.

- ‘LAUNCESTON/5MAR1992/4/TAS 7250’, on 45c A94 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. - ‘LAUNCESTON/10AUG1995/5/TAS. 7250’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover. - huge oval ‘PARCEL OFFICE/20JUL1927/L[AUNCESTON]’ in violet on 2d red KGV strip of 4 perf ‘T’. Launceston Military Camp: ‘MIL. P.O. LAUNC[ESTON]/3JE41/ [TAS-AUST]’, on 2d scarlet KGVI. [Rated RRRR] PO 16/10/1939;

closed 19/5/1943.

Legerwood: ‘LEGERWOOD/27SP52/TAS-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from Ringarooma Road Railway PO 5/5/1918. Lemana Junction: ‘LEMANA JION/1—-15NO23/[TASM]ANIA’ on 1½d green KGV. Renamed from Chudleigh Junction PO 1/4/1906;

closed 15/2/1985.

Lewis Hill: ‘LEWIS HILL/24AP50/TAS’ (2 inverted), on 1/6d Hermes & 4d Koala, on small telegraph piece. [Rated R] Renamed from Leipzig RO 1/4/1921; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/6/1955.

Lilydale North: ‘LILYDALE NORTH/15MY62/TAS-AUST’, on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] RO 4/9/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/7/1968. Linda: ‘LINDA/25JY38/TAS.’ #4a on 2d red KGVI. [Rated R] PO 18/12/1899; closed 12/11/1966.

Longford: ‘PAID AT LONGFORD/—■-9OC56/TAS-AUST’.’ in black on Oxford Polish cover, some light creasing, opened at right edge. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856. Longley (2): ‘LONGLEY/1 4JY70/TAS-AUST’ (5sT(ii) - wider letters), on 5c blue QEII coil, some slight toning to edges. [Rated R] Renamed from Leslie PO 3/12/1888; closed 6/8/1971. Lorinna: violet double-oval ‘[LO]RINNA/[?]JUN1919/ [TASMA]NIA’ on 1½d brown KGV. [Rated RRRR] RO c.1910; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1971.

2082 D A A2

Lottah: ‘LOTTAH/10DE41/[TA]S-AUST’, on 2d scarlet & ½d roo.

2083 * B A1 2084 D A A1-

Low Head (2): ‘RELIEF/5JA87/8/TAS-AUST’ backstamp on cover addressed to Low Head. PO 10/9/1900; closed 31/10/1988. Lower Sandy Bay: ‘LOWER SANDY BAY/AU3/09/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 11/5/1885; renamed Sandy Bay Lower PO 30/6/

2085 D A A1-

Magra: ‘MAGRA/12MR52/TAS’ #4, on ½d Roo x3.[Rated R] RO

$10

2086 D A B2

$10

2087 D A B2

Mangana: ‘MANGANA/25NO61/[TAS]’ #4(s), light strike on 5d QEII. [Rated RR] RH 1/1/1866; PO c.1867; closed 8/2/1975. Marawaylee: ‘MARAWAYLEE/1JE53/TAS-AUST’ #5, on 3½d brown KGVI. [Rated R] PO 8/4/1952; renamed Riverside West PO

$5

$4

$4 $4

2088 D A B1 2089 D A A1-

$4 $4 $5 $10

$4 Hobart: ‘POSTAGE PAID/H/APR30/1904/·HOBA[RT].TAS.·’ (Type 2b - H 2½mm wide and right upright under E of POSTAGE). Renamed from Hobart Town PO 1/1/1881. $20 - 24½mm ‘PAID AT/—.—/2D—3AU37/HOBART’ (type 3R?) in red (cut-to-shape). [Unrecorded type] $100 - ‘HOBART/7JNE/1944/1½D/PAID’ machine on window envelope $12 - ‘PAID AT HOBART/15MY77/TAS-AUST’ on OHMS label to Launceston. $10 Hobart North: ‘PAID AT HOBART NTH/??27SE62/TAS-AUST’ on window envelope, mss notes at TLC. Renamed from Elizabeth $12 Street Upper PO 1/4/1895. - ‘PAID AT HOBART NTH/8AP70/TAS-AUST’ on window envelope. $16 1/8/1920; closed 16/11/1971.

2069 * A

$10 $4

$10

1890; closed 29/11/1974.

2066 * A- A1

$4

PO 15/9/1873.

Chigwell: ‘CHIGWELL/4JE67/TAS-AUST’ in violet on 24c Kingfisher. PO 30/5/1958. Constitution Hill: framed ‘CONSTITUTION HILL/JU5/02/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Upper Bagdad PO 15/10/

2065 * A-

2068 * A- A1

$10

Campbell Town: ‘CAMPBELLTOWN/5P1SE78/TAS-7210’ on 20c Little Grebe. PO 1/6/1832. Cape Barren Island: ‘CAPE BARREN IS./19AU66/TAS-AUST’ on 4c red. RH 30/7/1890; RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927. Castra Road Upper: framed ‘UPPER CASTRA/SP9/21/ TASMANIA’ (office name inverted!) on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/6/

2064 S A A2

2067 S A A2-

from Macquarie Plains PO 1/1/1968.

Campania: framed ‘CAMPANIA/2OC/09/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial.

2060 * A A1

$8

Renamed from St. Paul’s Plains PO 1/1/1838.

Bathurst Street: ‘HOBART BATHURST ST/6-P-8SE94/1/TAS 7000’ (LRD), on 45c A4 Frama on unaddressed cover. PO 9/8/

2059 * A A1

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‘HUONVILLE/29JA92/TAS-7109’,

2090 D A A1 2091 D A A1 2092 D A A12093 D 2094 D 2095 D 2096 D

A A1 A1 A A1A B1

2097 D A A1 2098 S A B2 2099 D A B1 2100 S A A22101 D A B1-

Renamed from Blue Tier Junction PO 23/7/1895; closed 29/12/1950.

1895.

1/6/1911; PO 1/6/1927; closed 15/3/1968.

1/12/1960.

Maria Island (5): Type 2 ‘MARIA ISLAND/27JUL25/TASMANIA’, on 1½d red KGV. RO 8/9/1906; PO c.1910; closed 16/3/1951. Mathinna: framed ‘MATHINNA/AP7/16/TASMANIA’ #1, on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Reedy Marsh, Blackboy PO 1/1/1882. - ‘MATHINNA/-8MY71/TAS-AUST’ #5(s), on 6c QEII. Meadowbanks Hydro Camp: ‘MEADOWBANK HYDRO CAMP/25AU65/TAS-AUST’ on 5d Churchill. [Rated RR] PO 15/10/ 1962; closed 7/4/1967.

Meander: ‘MEANDER/31DE47/TAS’ #4a on 5½d Emu. [Rated R] Renamed from East Meander PO 28/8/1910. - ‘MEANDER/27NO75/TAS-AUST’ #5(s), on 18c. Mella: ‘MELLA/14NO73/TAS-7330’ #6s. [Rated R] Mengha: ‘MENGHA/17.OCT.35/TASMANIA’ #2, on 2d red KGV. Meunna: ‘MEUNNA/2SE75/TAS-AUST’ #5s, on 1c QEII. [Rated RR] TO 18/12/1959; closed 30/6/1976. Moina: ‘MOINA/19MR52/TASMANIA’ #2b, on 2½d purple KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on Telegram piece. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1910;

$6 $4 $25 $15 $30 $5 $20 $4 $25 $12 $10 $4 $8 $30 $20 $4 $3 $15 $8 $8 $25 $10 $100 $10 $7 $40 $4 $8 $10 $20 $4 $4 $15 $8 $4 $10 $4 $15

closed 31/5/1958.

$6

30/6/1971.

$4

Moltema: ‘[M]OLTEMA/8MY2■/TASMANIA’ in blue on 2d orange KGV. Renamed from Whitefoord Hills PO 18/9/1915; closed - ‘MOLTEMA/23JE70/TAS‘ (postcode obliterated - black marks remain) #6a(x), on 5c QEII. [Rated RR] Montagu River: framed ‘MONTAGU RIVER/JU19/02/TAS:’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 19/9/1873; renamed Montagu PO 30/6/1895. Montumana: Type 2b ‘MONTUMANA/4SE35/TASMANIA’, on 2d Vic. Centenary. PO 1/7/1914; closed 31/5/1974.

$25 $15 $4


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2113 S A- B2 2114 S A A1 2115 S A B2 2116 D

A2

2117 D A B2 2118 D A B12119 * A A1 2120 S A A2 2121 S A A2 2122 D A B2 2123 D A A12124 D A B2 2125 D A A1-

Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Moonah: violet triple-oval ‘POST MASTER/9FEB1951/ MOONAH TAS’ on telegram piece with 1/-, 5½d & 2d. - Type 5sT ‘MOONAH/1230P11JY66/TAS-AUST’, on 4c QEII. Renamed from South Glenorchy PO 1/7/1895.

Mount Farrell: framed ‘MT FARRELL/JU12/08/TA[SMANIA]’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/4/1900; renamed Tullah PO c.-/9/1910. Mount Hicks Lower: ‘MT. HICKS LOWER/15JE54/TAS-AUST’ #5 [rated R] on piece and, on reverse, ‘CALDER UPPER/ 15JE54/TAS-AUST’ #5 [rated R]. Renamed from Mount Hicks PO

$6

2154 D A A1 2155 * A A1-

Murdunna: Type 2, 4 strikes of ‘MURDUNNA/4JAN52/ TASMANIA’, on 1/- Lyrebird pair, 6d Kookaburra & 2d QEII pair on telegram piece. RO 1/6/1910; PO c.1918; closed 15/9/1969. - ‘MURDUNNA/14FE68/TAS-AUST’ #5s(ii) on 1c & 4c QEII. [Rated R] Opened as RO 1/6/1910; PO 1918; closed 15/9/1969. Nabowla: Type 5 ‘NABOWLA/2AU39/TAS-AUST’, on 2d red KGVI. Renamed from Lisle Road Station PO 19/4/1913; closed 30/4/

1984.

New Norfolk: Walsh & Sons black & white PPC ‘River Derwent near New Norfolk’, unused. PO 1/6/1832. - Type 4a(i) ‘NEW NORFOLK/3DE40/TAS.’, on 2d AIF. New Norfolk Rail (2): framed ‘NEW NORFOLK RY.STN./ JU7/07/[TASMAN]IA’, on 2d Pictorial on piece, some toning around stamp edges. Renamed from A & E Store New Norfolk PO 1/2/ 1893; TO 31/3/1917; closed c.1959.

North Mount Lyell: framed ‘NORTH MOUNT LYELL/FE27/14/ TA[SMA]NIA’, on 1d Roo. PO 1/10/1898; closed 31/5/1921. Nubeena: Type 4a ‘NUBEENA/9JA54/TAS.’, on 3d Tas Stamp Centenary block of 4. PO 1/12/1886. Nugent: ‘NUGENT/4NO48/TAS[-AUST]’ #5 on 2½d von Mueller. [Rated R] PO 5/2/1883; closed 15/10/1968. Nyllavert: Type 5 ‘NYLLAVERT/27NO58/TAS-AUST’ on piece. PO 1/5/1937; renamed Trevallyn PO 1/6/1968.

Oaks: Type 5 ‘THE OAKS/2AU38/[TAS-AUST]’ (First day) on 2d red KGVI. [Rated R] PO 1/6/1897; closed 30/6/1968. Oatlands: Type 2b ‘OATLANDS/2MR51/TASMANIA’, on 3d KGVI. PO 1/6/1832. - ‘PAID AT OATLANDS/22MR78/TAS-AUST’, on cover. Old Beach: framed ‘OLD BEAC[H]/MY1[?]/36/TASM[ANIA]’ on 2d Cable. RH 11/1/1866; PO 16/8/1869; closed 31/10/1975. Ouse: Type 4 ‘OUSE/21SE38/[TAS.]’, on 2d South Aust. Centenary. PO 1/10/1835. Paloona: Type 5 ‘PALOONA/??M?59/[TAS-A]UST’, on 4d Birth of the Post Office. [Rated RRR] PO 1/12/1899; closed 31/8/1968. Parattah: framed ‘PARATTAH/JU8/03/TASMANIA’, on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Oatlands Station PO 1/1/1882. - Type 2b ‘PARATTAH/??SP25/TASMANIA’, on 2d red KGV. Pawtella: ‘PAWTELLA/30AP36/TAS’, on 2d Cable. [Rated R] RO 1/6/1924; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/3/1968.

Railton: Type 4 ‘RAILTON/1MR37/TAS’, on 2d Vic Centenary.

2135 S A B1

Retreat: ‘RETREAT/-2AU47/TAS’ #4 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] RO 18/2/1924; PO 1/6/1927; closed 29/9/1967. Riana: Type 4a ‘RIANA/8JE32/[TAS.]’, on 2d Bridge. PO 1/8/

2145 D A B2 2146 * A A1

$15 $18 $10 $10 $5 $10 $4 $5

2160 * A- B2 2161 D A A1 2162 D A A12163 D A A1 2164 S A B2 2165 S A A1 2166 S A A1

$10

2167 S A A1

$4

2168 D A A1 2169 D A A1

$20 $7 $4

2170 S A A12171 S A A2

$10

2172 D A A1-

$12

2173 S B B1

$10

$10

2174 D A A2 2175 D A A22176 S A A12177 D A A12178 S A A2

2/10/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 15/11/1968.

$8

2181 S A B2

Renamed from Red Water Creek PO c.1876.

$4

2182 S A B2

$15

2183 D A A1

$4

2184 S A B1-

$3

2185 S A A2 2186 D A A1

$8 $4 $20

2187 D A B12188 * A B12189 D A B1-

RO 15/1/1917; PO c.1926; renamed Rogerton PO 31/3/1978.

$3 $3

1978; to Roger River (2) 30/6/1978.

$5

2191 S A A2

30/6/1991.

$4

2192 S A B2

$8

2193 S A A1-

- ‘ROGER RIVER/18AU37/TAS’ on 1d green QE Die I. Rogerton: ‘ROGERTON/30JE78/TAS-7330’ (Closing Day) per favour on 18c, unaddressed. [Rated R] From Roger River (1) 3/4/ Roland: ‘ROLAND/7JE35/TAS[MA]NIA’ on 2d Silver Jubilee, closed tear in stamp. Renamed from Dasher PO 30/8/1917; closed

Rosevale (2): ‘ROSEDALE/?FE6?/TAS-AUST’ #5 on 3d & 1d QEII pair.[Rated R] Opened 2/1/1913; closed 19/9/1968. Rosny Park: double-circle ‘ROSNY PARK/21DEC1994/TAS7018’, on 45c B79 Frama on unaddressed cover. Replaced Bellerive PO 18/10/1982.

$14 $15

from Queenborough PO c.1878.

$5

4/9/1893.

$5 $4

- Type 4a(s) ‘SANDFLY/26JY66/TAS.’, on 4c. Sandy Bay (2): ‘SANDY BAY/PAID/4SE74/TAS-AUST-7005’ (30mm) in red on Schools Board cover to Newnham. Renamed Scottsdale: framed ‘SCOTTSDALE /AU20/09/TASMANIA’ (‘WEST’ removed), on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Ellesmere PO

- Type 4(ii) ‘SCOTTSDALE/18JE37/TAS’, on 2d KGV. - ‘PAID AT SCOTTSDALE/3P13DE84/TAS-AUST’ in red on Municipality of Scottsdale envelope to Hobart. Sheffield: Type 4a ‘SHEFFIELD/4JY41/TAS.’ on 1d QEI.

$4

2190 D A B2

2194 D A A1-

$15

Renamed from Kentishbury PO 1/1/1882.

$4

24/12/1965.

$5

- Type 5 ‘SHIPWRIGHTS POINT/2JE56/TAS-AUST’ (date inverted), on 3d QEII. Smithton: Type 4aT ‘SMITHTON/8-A20AP37/TAS.’, on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Duck River PO 1/7/1895. - ‘SMITHTON/PAID/20AU71/TAS-AUST-7330’ in red on long Municipality of Circular Head cover to Burnie Police Station, small opening tear at left edge. Snug: Type 4a(s) ‘SNUG/12AU66/TAS.’, on 5c QEII. Renamed from

2159 D A A1

$8

PO 1/1/1897; closed 12/12/1981.

2158 D A B1-

$18

Richmond: framed ‘RICHMOND/SP2/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/6/1832. Ridgley: Type 4 ‘RIDGLEY/27OC50/TAS’ on 2d purple KGV1 & ½d orange Roo. PO 1/5/1905. Ringarooma: Type 4a ‘RINGAROOMA/10AP37/TAS.’, on 1d green KGV pair. PO 1/10/1874. - ‘PAID AT RINGAROOMA/??14JA66/TAS-AUST’ on BP Agent cover, couple of tonespots at TRC. Roger River (1): ‘ROGER [RIVE]R/25OC35/TAS’ on 2d Jubilee.

$4

Royal George (2): ‘ROYAL GEORGE/12AP68/TAS-AUST’ #5 on 5c QEII. [Rated R] Opened 1/7/1955; closed 20/12/1971. Sandfly (2): ‘SAND FLY/27JL37/TAS.’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I.

$7 $4

2179 D A A1 2180 D A B2

1899.

PO 20/11/1933.

Shipwrights Point: ‘SH[IPWRI]GHTS POINT/*/SP16/07/ T[ASMANI]A’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 6/2/1856; renamed Port Huon PO

$3 $4

2134 D A A1-

$4

2157 S A B2

1/6/1832.

closed 31/12/1952.

2156 D A A1

1/6/1832.

$4

$12

2133 D A B1

2144 D B B2

$20

31/8/1955.

- ‘PINE ROAD WEST/7OC41/TAS’ #4a, on 1d QE pair. [Rated R] Priory: ‘PRIORY/118JY67/TAS-AUST’ #5s, on 4c. [Rated R] RO

2142 D A B1 2143 * A A1

2150 D A A2

2153 S A A1-

2132 S A B2

2141 D A A2

2149 D A B1

$15

- Type 4 ‘PERTH/5FE58/TAS’, on 4d QEII. Pine Road West: framed ‘WEST PINE [ROAD]/OC21/01/ TA[SMANIA]’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/1/1892; PO 1/4/1892;

2140 * A- B2

Rossarden: Type 4a ‘ROSSARDEN/25MR37/TAS.’ on 2d KGV.

Hicks Road RO 1/2/1907; PO c.1910; closed 20/7/1973.

2130 D A A1 2131 S A B2

2139 D A A1-

2148 D A A1-

$10

Perth: framed ‘PERTH/MY6/08/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO

2138 D A A1-

$4

Ross: Type 5sT ‘ROSS/11-A13MR64/TAS-AUST’, on 5d QEII. PO

1/2/1907; closed 31/7/1975.

Mount Hicks Upper: framed ‘[MT] HICKS UPPE[R]/ JU/15/ [TASMANIA]’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Mount

2129 S A A1-

2137 D A A1

$4

2147 D A A1

2151 D A A1 2152 * A A1-

2126 S A- B2- Pelverata: light ‘PELVERATA/17JE35/[TASMA]NIA’ on 2d Silver Jubilee. RO 1/8/1912; PO 1/4/1916; closed 30/4/1968. 2127 D A A1- Penguin: framed ‘PENGUIN /OC31/00/TASMANIA’ (CREEK removed) on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Penguin Creek PO 1/7/1895. 2128 D A A1- Penna: Type 4 ‘PENNA/2NO27/TAS’, on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Frogmore RO 30/11/1914; PO 1/11/1924; closed

2136 S A B2

$50

$6 $6 $5

Snug River PO 25/8/1908.

$4

PO 1/10/1870; renamed Snug PO 25/8/1908.

$6

PO 1/6/1832.

$4

Snug River: ‘SNUG RIVER/17AU31/TAS:’ on 5d brown KGV. Sorell: Type 5 ‘SORRELL/17AU50/TAS-AUST.’, on 2½d KGVI.

South Mount Cameron: framed ‘S[.MT C]AMERON/FE7/21/ TASMANIA’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/1/1879; closed 14/12/1971. Sprent: framed ‘SPRENT/MR4/01/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Castra Road PO 18/10/1890; closed 31/8/1978.

Springfield: framed ‘SPRINGFIELD/JY2/10/TAS’ on 2d Pictorial. RH 1/10/1876; PO 1/1/1888. St. Mary’s: framed ‘ST MARY’S/MY21/06/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Cullenswood PO 12/4/1869. - Type 2b ‘ST MARY’S/9MR37/TASMANIA’ on 2d red KGV. Stanley: Type 4a ‘STANLEY/13NO34/TAS.’, on 2d Vic Centenary. Renamed from Circular Head PO 1/1/1882. Stonor: framed ‘STONOR/MY11/11/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 30/12/1899; closed 30/9/1969.

Stoodley: framed ‘STOODLEY/JA17/12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/1/1904; closed 30/6/1970. Strahan (2): Type 4 ‘STRAHAN/29OC50/TAS-AUST’, on 2½d KGVI. Renamed from East Strahan PO 25/1/1893. Sulphur Creek (2): light ‘SULPHUR CREEK/*/MR23/ / TASMANIA’, (year omitted), on 1d Pictorial, some toning & trimmed perfs at BRC. PO 17/2/1890. - Type 4a ‘SULPHUR CREEK/9SE37/[T]AS’, on 2d red KGVI. Surges Bay (3): 2 strikes of ‘SURGES BAY/8MR1938/ TASMANIA’ on 2d scarlet KGVI x2 with 1d green QE. [Rated R] PO 10/2/1908; closed 31/7/1945.

Triabunna: framed ‘TRIABUNNA/FE7/01/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Spring Bay PO 1/1/1882. - framed ‘TRIABUNNA/AP30/36/TASMANIA’, on 2d Cable. Trowutta: Type 2b ‘TROWUTTA/8DE20/[TASMAN]IA’, on ½d green KGV pair. RO 1/2/1912; PO c.1919. - ‘TROWUTTA/30AU66/TAS-AUST’ on 4c red. Tullah: ‘TULLAH/22FE28/TAS’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Mount Farrell PO c.-/9/1910.

Tunbridge: framed ‘TUNBRIDGE/MR24/02/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 17/3/1856. Tunnack: framed ‘TUNNACK/JU13/27/TAS:’ on 1½d Canberra. RH 1/9/1866; PO 1/6/1869; closed 29/8/1986.

Turner’s Beach: ‘TURNERS BEACH/30SE65/TAS-AUST’ on 5d green. PO 15/12/1956. Tyenna: framed ‘TYENNA/AP11/12/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/8/1893; closed 8/10/1957.

- ‘TYENNA/MY18/37/[TASMANIA]’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. Ulverstone: framed ‘ULVERSTONE/DE8/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Leven PO 1/1/1882. - Type 2b ‘ULVERSTONE/5JL21/TASM[ANIA]’, on 2d orange KGV pair. - ‘POSTAGE PAID ULVERSTONE/1—1JL28/TAS’ on Leven Harbour Trust window envelope. Underwood: Type 4 ‘UNDERWOOD/1AU53/TAS’ on 3d. PO 1/3/ 1885; closed 30/9/1971.

Victoria Valley: framed ‘VICTORIA VALLEY/DE1/15/ TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. RO 1/7/1902; PO c.1904; closed 28/2/

$3 $6 $8 $5 $6 $4 $4 $15 $4 $4 $4 $18 $4 $4 $5 $4 $7 $4 $4 $10 $6 $8 $4 $4 $25 $5

1962.

$10

1971.

$7

Waddamana: Type 3 ‘WADDAM[ANA]/3-■■A17SE3[?]/ TASMANIA’ in violet on 1½d red KGV. PO 18/8/1913; closed 8/1/

- ‘WADDAMANNA/3-■■—5JA29/TASMANIA’ (error; ‘NN’) on 1½d red KGV. Waratah: Type 2b ‘WARATAH/19MY20/TAS[MA]NIA’ on 1½d red KGV x 3. Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO 1/1/1882. Warrentinna (2): Type 4 ‘WARRENTINNA/25JL35/TAS’ on 2d Silver Jubilee. PO 17/10/1921; TO 2/4/1947; closed 30/6/1958.

$7 $6 $12


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 2195 S A B2 2196 D A B12197 D A A12198 D A B1 2199 D A A12200 S A A12201 S A B2 2202 D A B12203 D A A12204 D A B2 2205 S B A12206 D A A1 2207 S A B2 2208 S A B1 2209 S A A2 2210 S A A1 2211 S A A22212 * A A12213 S A B2 2214 S A B2 2215 D A B12216 S A B2 2217 S A B2 2218 D A B2 VICTORIA 2219 F A2220 *

C

2221 F A 2222 V A 2223 F A- A1 2224 *

B D2

2225 W A D3 2226 *F A 2227 F A- C2 2228 *

A D2

2229 F A B1 2230 F A

2231 *

A- B1

2232 F A B1 2233 * 2234 * 2235 * 2236 **/*

A A1 A B1 A B1 A B1

2237 * A B1 2238 * A B1 2239 W B B1 2240 *

A B1

2241 F A 2242 * A- B1 2243 * 2244 *

A B1 A B1

Weldborough: framed ‘WELDBOROUGH/JU23/09/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Thomas Plains PO 1/1/1882; closed

16/11/1971.

West Kentish: Type 4a ‘WEST KENTISH/18JU33/TAS.’ on 2d red KGV cut-to-shape. PO 1/1/1886; closed 8/7/1977. Westbury: framed ‘WESTBURY/FE20/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 21/6/1832. - ‘WESTBURY/MY7/07/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. - Type 4 ‘WESTBURY/12MR26/TAS’ on 1d red KGV. Western Creek: framed ‘WESTERN CREEK/DE12/08/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/1/1904; closed 7/4/1966. Whitefoord: Type 4a ‘WHITEFOORD/JA7/35/TASMANIA’ on 2d Marino. PO 1/1/1888; closed 30/9/1969. Whitemark: Type 4a ‘WHITEMARK/4NO30/TAS’ on 2d green KGV. RO c.1902; PO c.1908. [Flinders Island] Wilmot: framed ‘WILMOT/SP31/[3]3/TASMANIA’ on 1d green KGV. PO 15/7/1898. Winkleigh: Type 1a ‘[W]INKLEIGH/JY30/21/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/12/1869; closed 31/3/1969. Winnaleah: Type 2b ‘WINNALEAH/11SE34/TASMANIA’ on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 1/10/1912. Wivenhoe (2): Type 5s ‘WIVENHOE/30AP75/TAS-AUST’ on 10c. RO 12/6/1922; PO 1/11/1924.

Woodbridge: framed ‘WOODBRIDGE/OC15/08/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Peppermint Bay PO 1/1/1882. Woodsdale: framed ‘WOODSDALE/DE1/04/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/3/1884; closed 16/5/1977. - framed ‘WOODSDALE/6NO/31/TASMANIA’ on 2d red KGV. Wynyard: framed ‘WYNYARD/MR4/02/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial pair. Renamed from Table Cape PO 1/1/1882. - ‘WYNYARD/27MY12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. - ‘PAID AT WYNYARD/ 1FE68/TAS-AUST’ on BP window envelope. Yolla: framed ‘YOLLA/30MAR31/[TASMANI]A’ on 2d Kingsford Smith. Renamed from Camp Creek PO 31/7/1906. - Type 6a ‘YOLLA/20OC73/T[AS]-7325’ on 7c. York Plains: framed ‘YORK PLAINS/MY10/10/[°TASMA]NIA°’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/1/1892; closed 31/8/1968. - framed ‘YORK PLAINS/?19/31/°TASMANIA°’ on ½d orange KGV. Young Town: framed ‘YOUNG TOWN/MR12/34/[TASMA]NIA’ on 1d green KGV. [Rated R] PO 17/11/1884; closed 31/8/1981. Zeehan: light strike Type 4a ‘ZEEHAN/?????5/TAS.’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Mount Zeehan PO 1/12/1890.

2245 *

$4 $8 $5 $5 $10 $8 $4 $8 $5 $4 $4 $4 $8 $4 $4 $12 $10 $16 $8 $4 $4 $4 $4 $5

1850-53 Half-Length Ham 3rd State 1d brownish red 3margins, SG #9a, Cat £150, cancelled with poor butterfly ‘15’ of Geelong, light crease, fine appearance. $80 1854-57 Half-Length Campbell & Ferguson 1d orange-brown 4-margins [Pos 20], SG #27, Cat £2500, appearance unfortunataly marred by 2 central tonespots. A rare stamp. $500 1854-55 Imperf Calvert Woodblocks 6d dull orange four good margins SG 32a. $35 1857 Rouletted 7-9 By GPO Staff 6d dull orange rouletted vertically both sides, SG #53a, Cat £50, cleaned? pen cancel. $30 1858 Queen-On-Throne Wmk Large Star Rouletted 5½-6½ 6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £14, thin. $8 1859 Perf 12 By Robinson 1d yellow-green on wove paper, SG #76, Cat £250, large part brown o.g, creased corner. Beaufort PO 27/5/1863; LPO 30/6/1995. $150 1860-66 Beaded Oval Wmk Value in Words Perf 12 3d pale blue, SG #90, Cat £150. $100 - 4d rose with prominent doubling of PENCE on entire from Melbourne to Geelong. $45 - 6d grey-black, SG #94a, with curl at back of neck, trimmed at top $25 1863-74 Laureates Saunders Paper Wmk Single-Lined Numeral of Value 10d dull purple on pink, SG #123, Cat £120, typical brown gum. $90 1870-73 DLR Wmk 1st V/Crown 5/- indigo-blue & red on glazed paper, SG #141a, Cat £29, a very attractive example. $40 1884-96 Stamp Duty Typo Wmk 1st V/Crown Perf 13 1d yellowish green P13, SG #253, fiscal cancel with fine advertising handstamp on back for Errington & Martin, South Hackney. Most unusual. $30 1886-96 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 2nd V/Crown 1d orange-brown, SG #313b, Cat £12, heavy hinged. $8 - 1d bright yellow-orange, SG #313e, Cat £12, cancelled with framed ‘[U]P TRAIN/M.G8/JA10/93/[VI]CTORIA’ (A2). $12 - 2½d brown-red on yellow, SG #315a, Cat £22. $15 - 5d pale reddish brown, SG #317a. $10 - 9d apple-green, SG #319, Cat £27, with Wmk Inverted. $25 1896-99 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 3rd V/Crown ½d carmine-rose, pair, SG #330a, Cat £11. $7 - ½d emerald, SG #331, Cat £16. $15 - 1/- brownish-red, SG #341, Cat £17. $14 1897 Hospital Charity Fund 1d, (1/-) blue, SG #353, Cat £18, couple of creases $5 1899-1901 Stamp Duty Wmk 4th V/Crown ½d emerald, SG #356. $12 - 2d violet pair double perfs. $15 - 6d dull ultramarine, SG #365, Cat £12, hint of toning at top edge. $8 - 9d rose-red, SG #366, Cat £18. $10 1901 Re-Issue of No Postage Designs Perf 12x12½ 1/- yellow, SG #381, Cat £60. $30

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1901-10 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 4th V/Crown Perf 12x12½ or 12½ 3d dull orange-brown, SG #389, Cat £10. $10 2246 * A B1 - 5d purple-brown, SG #391a, Cat £10. $8 2247 * A- B1 - 9d dull rose-red, SG #393, Cat £18, toned perf at base. $10 2248 * A B1 - 1/- orange SG394ba. $30 2249 F A B1 - 5/- scarlet and deep blue P12½, SG #398a, Cat £17. $15 2250 * A- B2 1905-13 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12x12½ or 12½ 1d rose-red Die III pair, SG #417, right unit with scratch from P of PENNY to base of QV’s neck, rounded bottom corners. $8 2251 * A B1 - 2½d indigo SG 419a. $15 2252 * A B1 - 3d in 3 shades, SG #420, Cat £25, all Wmk Inverted. $20 2253 * A A1 - 6d dull green SG 423. $25 2254 * A A1 - £1 salmon KEVII, SG #431, Cat £250, weak entry at right frame. $200 2255 * A B1 1905-13 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 11 2d reddish violet, SG 435a with Inverted Wmk. $75 VICTORIA | Postage Dues 2256 * A A1 1895-96 New Colours 5d rosine & bluish green SG D15. $30 2257 * A A1 - 10d rosine & bluish green SG D17. $70 2258 * A C1 1895-96 Wmk 2nd V/Crown 5/- pale red & yellowish green, SG #D20, Cat £110. $50 VICTORIA | Revenues 2259 F A B1 Stamp Duty: 1882 Typo Wmk 33 P12 £2 blue, Craig # 3.97. [Rated R2.] $50 VICTORIA | Railway Stamps 1917-41 Winged Series 1934 2d Die II turquoise-blue on white 2260 ** A with grey pattern issued for Waitchie, scarce. $40 2261 ** A - 1934 3d emerald on white with olive-green pattern issued for Dunnstown, scarce. $40 1941-53 Ninth Series - Second Issue 5d red on white issued 2262 ** A for Moolort, scarce. $40 - 9d red issued for Dunnstown. 2263 ** B $25 2264 ** A1953-58 Tenth Series 5/- red on white issued for Avoca. $40 1958-66 Eleventh Series 11d red on white issued for 2265 ** A Melbourne. $30 2266 ** A - 3/- red with grey pattern issued for Melbourne. $25 2267 F A - 3/- red on white issued for Melbourne, ‘CANCELLED C.C.M’ in violet. $20 - 4/- red on white issued for South Melbourne, ‘CANCELLED 2268 F A C.C.M’ in violet Rated R2. $50 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2269 *** A 1883 QV 1d Dull Rose on Buff Stieg #P6. $30 2270 *** B 1900 Commonwealth 1d blue on buff, Stieg #P25a, damaged TRC. $30 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1885 2d blue-violet/blue size b, Stieg #KB4a, small flap fault. 2271 ** A$7 2272 *** A 1886 1d Green on white, Stieg #KB8. $20 2273 *F A1904 1d Reading Die II dull rose size c, Stieg #KB23B(1), for Barrow Brothers, 1904 use to Broadford. $30 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Franks 2274 *F B Chief Secretary: light violet handstamp (Karman #V340.6) on Commonwealth of Australia, Department of External Affairs envelope, cancelled 31.7.02 at Melbourne, to Kogarah NSW, some toning. $25 Lands & Survey: ‘MINISTER OF LANDS AND SURVEY/ 2275 *V AFRANK/[arms]/STAMP/VICTORIA’ (Karman #V280.1) printed in blue on long stampless OHMS cover to Ballarat council, torn flap and vertical crease. $70 Minister of Justice: OHMS front with handstamped frank 2276 *F C cancelled by Williamstown duplex JY11/75, few minor faults but early example. $35 2277 *** B Minister of Lands and Agriculture: blue handstamp (A2) on Postal Card with 1870s printed message denying application for land, a few faults on left side. $25 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1885 QV 1d yellow-green on white paper with borders, Stieg 2278 *** A #E8. $20 VICTORIA | Postal History 2279 *F A 1851 use of stampless cover to Sydney rated “2” in red, light boxed ‘PAID AT/MELBOURNE’ (B2-) on face, endorsed “p OMail/15august”, oval ‘[MELB]OURNE/[crown]/AU*15/1851/ [PO]RT PHILLIP’ (B2) backstamp. $80 - stampless entire from London “per Royal George” with ‘SHIP 2280 *F A LETTER/[crown]/FE*6/1852MELBOURNE’ (A1-) backstamp in red & very fine ‘GEELONG/[crown]/FE*7/1852VICTORIA’ (A1) arrival backstamp. $100 2281 *F A 1864 Mourning Cover to Queensland with 2d Laureate strip of 3 tied by Melbourne cancel SE 9 64 and backstamped Rockhampton SP22 1864, neat cover. $60 2282 *F A 1865 use of stampless outer to Nantes, France, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/7S/AU25/65 - VIC[TORIA]’ (A2 - 1st duplex), script ‘9’ handstamp & red diamond ‘GB/1F624/10C’ handstamp both on face, transits include double-circle ‘PARIS A NANTES/19/OUT/65/B’ (A1). $100 1871 entire to Sydney with 3d orange (SG 134) tied by 2283 *F AMelbourne cds MR 3 71 and backstamped Sydney MR9 1871. $50 2284 *F B 1891 use of 3d & 1/-, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/17T/ SE22/91 - VICTORIA’ (B1) to Germany endorsed Via “Naples”, redirected from Munich to Berlin. $60 2285 *F B 1902 United States Consulate long cover to USA with 2½d pair. $16 1904 use of 1d pink Postal Card, uprated with ½d green, 2286 *F B cancelled with double-circle ‘MELBOURNE/PM/5.45/22.9.04/12’ (A2), to Detroit, Michigan, trimmed BRC. $6


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1909 use of 1d pink pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘MELBOURNE/3MAR09 430AM/***’ (A1-) machine on cover to London, GB.

VICTORIA | Butterflies 2290 S A A2 15: of Geelong, used as “killer” on 2d DLR, part Williamstown? cds on edge of stamp.

2334 D A A2 $8

2335 S A- A2 2336 S A B2-

$20

2337 S B A2

392: on 2d violet Naish. Allocated to Sandford-PO 12/5/1862; closed

31/8/1978.

$4

renamed Dimboola PO 16/2/1869; LPO 1/9/1995.

$5

Lead-PO 1/1/1871; TO 14/4/1934; closed c.1970.

$150

433: 1st type on 1d pink. Allocated to Nine Creeks-PO 3/4/1863;

728: light 1st type on 1d Bell. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Main 759: on 1d brown (faults). [Rated S] Allocated to Ballanee-PO 13/11/

VICTORIA | Barred Ovals 1871; renamed Blakeville PO 12/3/1872; closed 31/3/1964. $6 2291 S A A2+ 1: 4th type with curved serif on 3½-margins 6d Woodblock. This 2338 * A A1 784: unframed duplex ‘YARRAVILLE/NO23/07/VICTORIA - 784’ is the same item used as an illustration in Freeman & White on 1d pink on PPC of ‘Toorloo Bay, Lake Tyers’. Allocated to p.12. $20 Yarraville-PO 1/9/1872; LPO 6/6/1998. $10 2292 S A C2 31: of Campaspie on 1d Half-Length. [Rated RRRR] $100 2339 * A A2 804: in blue on 1d pink on real-photo PPC of boy overlooking Lake Wendouree. Allocated to Elaine R.S.-PO 14/4/1873; renamed VICTORIA | Barred Numerals Elaine PO 23/10/1877; LPO 26/10/1993. $15 2293 * B A1 2: 3rd type (A2b) on 1d Emblems x2 (1 damaged) on local outer 2340 S A A2 837: ‘837’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Denicull Creek-PO with poor backstamp. Allocated to Geelong-PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by 1/5/1874; RO c.1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/7/1931. $12 Geelong Business Centre BC 22/7/1994. $25 2341 S A A2 898: on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Warrion-PO 24/8/1875; 2294 S A B2 5: 1st type (thick bars) on 3½-margins 1d Emblems no Wmk. closed 7/5/1976. $15 Allocated to Ballarat-PO 1/11/1851. $10 2295 S A- A2 - 2nd type (thin bars) on 4d Beaded Oval. $5 2342 S A A2+ 1124: ‘MC/24’, right half of unframed St. Kilda West duplex on 2d Bell. [Rating R] Allocated to St. Kilda West-PO c.-/3/1879; renamed St. 2296 * A A1 - 6th duplex (WWW # 1420), framed ‘BALLARAT/6T/OC23/74 Kilda R.S. PO 1/10/1886; replaced by St. Kilda West PO 24/10/1970. $10 5’ on reversable Solicitor General wrapper with blue Solicitor 1178: ‘MC/78’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Homebush LowerGeneral Frank. $15 2343 S A B2 PO 1/2/1880; RO 21/1/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 14/10/1960. $6 2297 D A A2- - 7th duplex ‘BALLARAT/7A/OC1/85 - 5’ on 1d green Bell pair, some slight toning. $10 2344 S A B2 1240: ‘MCC/40’ on ½d pink. [Rated RR] Allocated to Neereman-PO 1/9/1881; closed 15/12/1917. $30 2298 S A A2 - right half of 8th duplex on 1d green Bell. $5 2345 S A A2 1259: ‘MCC/59’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Tylden R.S.-PO 2/1/1882; 2299 * A- A2 - double-circle ‘BALLARAT/AM/6 30/27 4 05/1 - 5’ on 1d pink on closed 5/3/1942. $10 PPC. $4 2346 S B A2 1308: ‘MCC[C]/8’ on 1d pink (faults). [Rated R] Allocated to 2300 S B B2 7: 1st unframed duplex ‘[CRE]SWICK/SE25/6?/[VICTO]RIA Bloomfield-PO 23/10/1882; RO 1/4/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 11/9/1933. $15 VICT[ORIA]’ on 1d Laureate (repaired tear). [Rated RRR] Renamed from Creswick’s Creek PO c.1857; LPO 14/10/1994. $80 2347 S A A3 1353: ‘[MCC]C/53’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Wychitella R.S.-PO 27/8/ 1883; renamed Wychitella PO 1/6/1912. $6 2301 S A A2 9: right half 5th duplex on 1d rose-pink. Allocated to BeechworthRenamed from Spring Creek PO 1/1/1854. $5 2348 S A A2 1422: ‘[1]422’ 2nd type on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Allocated to $15 Armadale-PO 2/10/1884; LPO 14/2/1994. 2302 S A A2- 11: right half 3rd duplex on 2d violet wmk ‘V/Crown’ inverted. to Allocated to Williamstown-PO 1/3/1850; closed 24/8/1979. $6 2349 S A B2 1443: ‘MCCCC/43’ on 2d mauve Naish. [Rated SS] Allocated Gembrook West-PO 1/1/1885; renamed Mount Burnett PO 2/2/1921. $12 2303 S A B2 18: right half 2nd duplex on 2d violet Allocated to Benalla-Renamed from Broken River PO 1/1/1854. $5 2350 D A B2 1456: ‘MCCCC/56’ on 2d violet. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Deptford-PO 16/2/1885; RO 1/2/1908; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1928. $65 2304 S A- A2 - right half 3rd duplex on 2d violet, toned perf at top $5 2351 S A B2 1632: ‘1632’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR - the first offered by us.] 2305 S A A2+ 29: type A2R on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Cavendish-PO 1/4/ Allocated to Bangerang-PO 1/4/1888, provisionally closed 15/5/1947; 1853; LPO 19/5/1994. $4 closed 24/6/1947. $40 2306 * A- A2 31: framed ‘COLAC/FE21/06/VICTORIA - 31’ duplex on ½d 2352 D A A2+ 1634: on 1d pink pair. [Rated S] Allocated to Terip Terip-PO 1/4/1881; bantam on black & white PPC of ‘THE VALLEY OF THE renamed Ruffy PO 15/5/1895; closed 30/3/1974. $10 WATERS’. Allocated to Colac-Renamed from Lake Colac PO 1/1/1854. $10 2353 S A B2 1700: ‘[1]700’ 2nd type on 1d pink. [Rated RRR - the first we 2307 S A- A2 40: right half 1st duplex on 1d green, toned perf. Allocated to have offered.] Allocated to Sandsmere-PO 27/7/1889; closed 31/7/ Echuca-Renamed from Hopwoods Punt PO 1/1/1855. $5 1948. $100 2308 S A- A2 - right half 8th duplex on 1d pink, overstruck with ‘ECHUCA/ 2354 S A- A2- 1828: light strike on 2d violet, mild thin. Allocated to Kanumbra-PO AU5/02/VICTORIA’ (A2), toned perf, rounded TLC. $5 1/1/1891; closed 30/11/1978. $8 2309 S A B2 49: ‘49’ (A2) on 1d Netted Corners pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Heathcote-Renamed from McIvor PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/3/1998. $20 2355 S A A2 1875: right half duplex on 2d violet. Allocated to Hopetoun-PO 12/9/ 1891; LPO 31/5/1994. $3 2310 S A A2 - right half 2nd duplex on 1d pink. $3 2356 S A A2 1878: on 1d red QV. Allocated to Ardmona-PO 23/9/1891; LPO 8/2/ 2311 S A A2 51: right half 4th duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Horsham-PO 1/7/ 1994. $5 1848. $6 2357 * B A2 1976: on 1d pink tied with framed ‘SUNNYSIDE/DE28/03/ 2312 S A A2 61: right half 1st duplex on 1d orange. Allocated to Maryborough-PO D VICTORIA’ (A2) on Tatt’s cover, ‘T2 ’-in-oval (A2) on face. 19/10/1854. $5 Allocated to Sunnyside-PO 27/5/1896; closed 21/12/1919. $100 2313 S A- A2 - right half 2nd duplex on 1d green, toned edges. $5 VICTORIA | Datestamps 2314 S A A2 69: right half of 1st duplex on 2d DLR. [Rated SS] Allocated to Prahran-PO 1/4/1853. $4 2358 S A B2 Abbotsford: 24½mm ‘ABBO[TS]FORD/19NO14/VIC’, #40A on 1d red KGV. [rated RR] PO 9/1/1888; LPO 4/1/2000. $4 2315 S A A2 - right half 4th duplex on 1d pink. $4 2359 D A A2 - ‘ABBOTSFORD N.9/2/26JL50/VIC- AUST’ WWW #80A on 2½d 2316 S A A2 82: right half 2nd duplex. Allocated to Wangaratta-Renamed from red KGVI. [Rated R] $5 Ovens PO 1/1/1854. $4 2360 D A1 - ‘PAID AT ABBOTSFORD/1½16DE49/VIC.’. [Rated RR] $8 2317 S A A2 93: Type A2 on 4d Laureate. Allocated to Cathcart-PO 1/2/1856; ? replaced by Ararat PO 31/8/1857. $5 2361 D A B1 Addington (2): ‘ADDINGTON/ /VIC’ (SDL) on 1965 5d Hargraves. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Addington R.S. PO c.1910; 2318 S A A2 101: on 1d pink Postage. Allocated to Kangaroo-PO c.-/1/1878; closed 31/1/1967. $40 renamed Berringa PO 15/6/1900; TO 4/3/1955; closed c.1972. $10 2362 D A1 Albert Park: ‘ALBERT PARK/20AP60/VIC’, WWW #70B (arcs 2319 S A A2- 119: right half 2nd duplex on 1d pink Allocated to Woodend-PO 1/11/ 7,6). [Rated RRR] RH 26/11/1883; PO c.-/1/1884. $15 1856; LPO 4/5/1998. $3 2363 D A3 - ‘[PAID AT] ALBERT PARK S.C.6/10AP63/VIC’ in red with price 2320 S A A3 120: right half of duplex ‘[1]20’ in blue on 1886 ½d grey. [This turned off, WWW #510D. [Rated RR] $8 colour not recorded by Freeman & White.] Allocated to Kerang-PO - ‘PAID AT ALBERT PARK / 1MY74/VIC’ in red with ‘S.C.6’ 1/8/1856; renamed Wedderburn PO 29/7/1858; LPO 2/6/1997. $15 2364 D A1 removed, WWW #710E. [Rated RR] $8 2321 * A A2 125: second duplex - unframed ‘[K]EW/B/JA5/95/VICTORIA 2365 * A B1- Alfredton: light ‘ALFREDTON/18JE71/VIC.’ on 6c & 30c on cover 125’ on 1d brown Postal Card from The Philatelic Society of with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1868; LPO 19/8/1993. Victoria. Allocated to Kew-PO 6/10/1856. $5 $15 2366 * A B2 Alphington: unframed ‘ALPHINGTON/OC23/02/[VICT]ORIA’ on 2322 S A A2 144: right half duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Rushworth-PO 16/9/ 1d pink. PO 2/2/1858; LPO 30/10/1993. $8 $3 1857; LPO 1/11/1994. 2367 D A A2 - ‘ALPHING[TON N.20.]/19SE46/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30A, on 2323 D A A1 147: 2nd unframed duplex ‘CLUNES/SE28/06/VICTORIA - 147’ KGVI 2½d & 3d. [Rated RRRR] $25 on 1d pink on piece. Allocated to Clunes-PO 1/10/1857; LPO 4/1/1994. $4 2368 * B B1 - ‘ALPHINGTON/24AP67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40, on 24c 2324 S A A2 148: type 1B on 6d QOT. Allocated to Emerald Hill-PO 1/10/1857; Registration Envelope #R46. $6 $10 renamed South Melbourne PO 19/11/1883. 2369 * A A1 Altona: 3 strikes of ‘RELIEF/2JY81/85/VIC-AUST’ on cover. $8 2325 S A- B2- 149: light right half 1st duplex on ½d mauve Stamp Duty, some 2370 S A B2 Amphitheatre: ‘[AMP]HITHEATRE/8MR15/[VICTOR]IA’, #30 on light creasing. Allocated to Footscray-PO 12/10/1857; renamed $3 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 22/6/1859; LPO 16/10/1993. $4 Footscray Delivery Centre DC 15/11/1993. 2326 * A A1 156: 2nd type on 2d Naish tied by 23mm unframed 2371 S A A2 Anakie: ‘ANAKI[E]/?8OC29/[VIC]’ WWW #30B (dateline ‘MANSFIELD/FE19/85/VICTORIA’ (B1). Allocated to Mansfield-PO inverted) on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 15/10/1858; LPO 15/10/ 1993. $15 $10 18/1/1858. 2327 S A- A2 173: type 1B on 4d Laureate. [Rated R] Allocated to Daylesford-PO 2372 * A Angler’s Rest (1): Black & white PPC ‘The Cobungra at the Blue Duck’, Bulmer photo, unused. RO 12/1/1914; closed 2/5/1922. $12 $15 1/2/1858; LPO 1/5/1998. 2328 S A A2- - right side 2nd duplex on 1d pink. $3 2373 S C2 Anglesea River: ‘ANGLESEA [RIVER]/2SE16/V[IC]’, #20 on 1d 2329 S A A2- 186: light clear strike on 6d QOT. [Rated RR] Allocated to Brown red KGV. PO 16/4/1886; renamed Anglesea PO 28/2/1950. $5 $40 2374 S A B2 Ararat: ‘MONEY ORDER/28OCT.21/ARARAT’, #730 on 1d red Hill-PO 1/12/1857; LPO 17/8/1993. KGV. Replaced Cathcart PO 31/8/1857. 2330 S A A2+ 191: 2 strikes of recut ‘191’ on 1901 2d violet pair. Allocated to $5 $4 2375 S A B2 Ardno: 2 strikes of unframed ‘ARDNO/NO25/20/VIC[TO]RIA’, Wallan Wallan-PO 1/4/1858; renamed Wallan Wallan East PO c.-/1/1909. #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 1/9/1889; closed 31/12/1956. 2331 D A A1 192: on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Campbell’s Creek-PO 16/4/ $30 $6 2376 * A A1 Armadale: ‘ARMADALE/8SE47/VICTORIA’ WWW #50B (recut) 1858; LPO 5/7/1994. on 2½d Shortland. PO 2/10/1884; LPO 14/2/1994. 2332 S A- A2- 195: right half duplex on 2d violet, aged paper. Allocated to $4 Ascot Vale: ‘ASCOT VALE/29AP42/VIC-AUST’, WWW #80A $4 2377 D A1 Stratford-PO 1/5/1858; LPO 26/3/1994. (arcs 3,3). [Rated RRR] Renamed from Ascot Vale West PO c.1893. 2333 S A B2 284: ‘284’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Tylden-PO 7/1/1860; $16 $10 2378 D A B1 - ‘ASCOT VALE W.2./5P 3JE59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #100B (arcs LPO 10/3/1994. 1,½) on QEII 4d. [Rated RRR] $15


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 2379 * A B1 2380 * A- A1 2381 D A B1 2382 * C B1-

- ‘ASCOT VALE WWW #100C (arcs 1,½ - time turned off) on 24c Registration Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RR] - unframed ‘M.O.& S.B./OC22/07/ASCOT VALE’ on 2d violet on Tatts cover. - ‘PA[I]D AT ASCOT VALE /10DE73/VIC’, WWW #710F in red (‘.W.2’ removed). [Rated RRR] Ashwood: light ‘ASHWOOD S.E.11./22JE60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 5d blue & 2/- on registered cover with blue Registration Label. [Rated RR] Renamed from Ashburton East PO 1/3/1951; LPO

$15

Avonmore: ‘AVONMORE/17DE15/VIC’, WWW #10A on 1d red KGV. [Rated S] Renamed from Elmore South PO c.-/11/1910; closed 11/10/1974.

2386 D B1

Bacchus Marsh: oval ‘BACCHUS MARSH/[crown]/AU25/1863/ VICTORIA’ on piece, unfortunately cut-to-shape & enhanced.

2389 S A B2

2390 * A B2 2391 D A A1 2392 D A A2 2393 D A A2 2394 * B

2395 D B2 2396 * B A1 2397 D A A4 2398 * A A1 2399 * A A2 2400 D A A2 2401 D A A1 2402 D A B1 2403 * A- B1

1920, provisionally closed 5/7/1985; closed 22/7/1986.

Renamed from Ballan PO 1/7/1850.

Bahgallah (2): ‘[BA]HGALLAH/23AU71/VIC’ on 6c orange. [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 21/5/1977. Bailieston East: ‘BAILLIESTON EAST/4FE74/VIC-AUST’. [Rated RRR] Baillieston: ‘BALLIESTO[N]/[crown]/[VI]CT[ORI]A’ (sic) crown seal on 1d red KGV. [Presumably used a a relief cancel when the unframed datestamp was being recut.] Renamed from Coy’s

2421 * A B1

$5 $7

2422 S A A2 2423 * A B1

$10 $20 $20

2424 * A A12425 S A A1-

$30

2427 D A A1

$6

2428 S A B2

Bairnsdale East: ‘BAIRNSDALE EAST/3JL58/VIC’ on 4d. RO 5/8/1907; PO 1/11/1911; closed 31/1/1979.

Balaclava: ‘BALACLAVA S.2./7JE50/VI[C-AUST]’ (#50 - arcs 1,1½) on 2½d & 6d. [Rated RRR] PO 5/7/1909. Bald Rock: ‘BALD ROCK/19JL16/V[IC]’, #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 5/7/1878; closed 22/8/1947. Ballarat: WTP coloured PPC of ‘View in Botanical Gardens, Ballarat’ cancelled with Ballarat 2 duplex of 29·1·09, framed ‘SOUTHERN CROSS/FE9/09/W.A.’ arrival, small surface abrasion on picture side. PO 1/11/1851. - oval ‘BALLARAT/[crown]/JU*7/18[56]/VICT[ORIA]’ on piece. - red ‘BALLARAT/4P26NO60/1/VIC-AUST’ WWW #390A on 5d Melbourne Cup on 7th VPA Congress cover, a few tone spots. - ‘[B]ALLARAT/4/[?]/[VIC-AUST]’, WWW #930 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRRR - only recorded used late in 1949.] - ‘SOVEREIGN HILL GOLD MINING TOWNSHIP/19SEP1972/ [tower]/BALLARAT 3350’ on 7c Sturt’s Desert Pea on unaddressed APO Illustrated Souvenir Cover. Ballarat East: double-circle ‘BA[L]LARAT EAST/845/6·8·10/ VIC’ (#80B - recut) arrival on PPC from Cape Town. [Rated R] PO 1/12/1857; replaced by Bakery Hill PO 31/8/1992.

Balliang East: ‘BALLIANG EAST/6OC49/VIC’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated S] RO 1/8/1911; PO c.-/1/1924; closed 24/11/1958. Balwyn (2): ‘BALWYN E.8/10AU67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (arcs 7,8). [Rated RR] PO 12/7/1920. Balwyn North (2): ‘BALWYN NORTH E.9./?MY56/VIC.-AUST.’ WWW #10A on 3½d red QEII. [Rated RR] PO 1/7/1941; LPO 15/6/ 1999.

Bandiana Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. BANDIANA/11JE45/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,1½), WWW #40A, on 4d Koala with 1d purple-brown QM x3 on ACF air cover to Ultimo, NSW, with blue C6 registration label & boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (A1-) in purple, some edge wear PO 28/9/1942; LPO 4/3/1994.

Renamed from Tol Tol RO 3/1/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1974. 6/4/1994.

2406 D A C1

Barrakee:

2407 D A A2

Bass: framed ‘BASS/AU19/08/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 1/6/

‘BARRAKEE/14JY69/VIC-AUST’ on

PO 1/3/1883; closed 30/6/1973.

2c. [Rated RRRR]

1862; LPO 15/9/1993.

2411 S A B2

- ‘BASS/30SE47/VIC.’ on 2½d Shortland. Bayindeen (2): ‘BAYINDEEN/30JE75/VIC’ (last day) on 2c. [Rated RRR] RO 6/4/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1975. Beauville: ‘BEAUVILLE S.E 9/4DE62/VIC-AUST’ on 2/5d Banksia. [Rated RRR] PO 18/10/1954; closed 19/10/1977. Beeac: ‘BEEAC/13JE18/[VIC]’, #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR]

2412 D A B1

Beechworth: ‘BEECHWORTH/7-A-2JY37/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV.

2415 D A2

2420 * A- B1

3/4/1862.

Bairnsdale: WWW #730A in red. [Rated RRRR] Renamed from Lucknow PO

Bannockburn: ‘[BANN]OCKBURN/23MR15/VIC’, #30A on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Wabdallah PO 1/4/1892; LPO

2414 * A- B2

2419 S A A1-

2426 S A C1

2405 S A C2

2413 * A A2

2418 S A A2

$75

‘BAIRN[SD]ALE/PAID/7JL78/VIC-AUST-3875’

Bannerton: ‘BANNERTON/29MY73/VIC’ on 7c purple. [Rated R]

2410 D A A1

2417 D A B2

Diggings PO 19/11/1874; renamed Bailieston PO c.1915.

2404 D A A1

2408 * A B1 2409 D A A1

$15

21/9/1984; closed 30/9/1984.

Avonsleigh: ‘AVONSLEIGH/29AU31/VIC’, WWW #10A on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Koenig’s RO c.-/12/1911; PO 1/6/

2388 D A1

$20

$10

2385 S A A2

2387 D A A2

$20

26/10/1993.

2383 * A A1+ Ausipex 84: set of 10 postmarks on unaddressed covers. PO 2384 S A A2

2416 S A A2

W.2./—-19NO66/VIC-AUST’

Renamed from Ondit PO 17/6/1872; LPO 29/3/1994. Renamed from Spring Creek PO 1/1/1854.

Benalla: ‘MONEY ORDER/25MY36/BENALLA’, WWW #630A on 5d KGV on registered cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Broken River PO 1/1/1854.

Bendigo: ‘TELE[GRAPH OFFI]CE BENDIGO/3MR59/VIC.’, WWW #1750 (A2 backstamp), on 1/7d on registered cover with blue ‘BENDIGO (B)’ Registration Label. [Rated S] Renamed from Sandhurst PO c.-/6/1891; replaced by Bendigo Central PO c.-/8/1996.

CK/[crown]/21*DE/1853/

Bendigo Creek: oval ‘BENDIGO VICTORIA’ (LRD) on piece. PO 1/7/1852; renamed Sandhurst PO 1/1/1854.

$20 $25

$10 $10 $8 $20

2429 * A B1

2430 S A- A3 2431 * A A1

$12 $15 $8 $8 $10

2432 * A A1 2433 * A- B1 2434 D A1 2435 * A B1-

2436 S A B1 $25 $8 $25 $50 $4 $5 $30 $55 $16 $4 $20

2437 D A B2 2438 * A B1 2439 * A A2 2440 D A A2 2441 D A1 2442 * A A1 2443 * A A2 2444 S S A2 2445 * A A2 2446 D A B1 2447 D A A2

$4

2448 * A A1

$50

2449 D A A2

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Berringa: framed ‘BERRINGA/AP15/15/VICTO[RIA]’ WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Kangaroo PO 15/6/1900; TO 4/3/1955;

closed c.1972.

$6

PO 18/9/1858.

$4

Berwick: ‘BERWICK/3FE15/[VICTORIA]’, #40 on 1d red KGV.

Bethanga (2): ‘BETHAN[GA]/16MR[?]/V[IC]’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 4/10/1879; closed 30/4/1952. Beulah: framed ‘BEULAH/FE1/15/VICTORIA’, #30 on 1d red KGV. PO 6/5/1891; LPO 1/12/1993. Bonegilla Mil. P.O. (1): ‘MIL.P.O. BONEGILLA/23SE43/VICAUST’, on 1d green QE on cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ 2430’ (B1) in purple. PO 26/9/1940; closed c.-/11/1947. - 30mm ‘MIL.P.O. BONEGILLA/18NO43/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp), WWW #20, on 4d Koala on ACF cover to Adelaide, SA, with blue C6 registration label & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/852’ (A1-) in blue. Bowenvale: ‘BOWENVA[LE]/JE16/15/VIC’, #30 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Timor PO 21/1/1884; closed 23/12/1981.

Box Hill: ‘BOX HILL E.11/27JE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (A1 backstamp, arcs 2½,2), on 1/- lyrebird, 4d claret QEII & 3d green QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label [Rated RRR] PO 1/2/1861; replaced by Box Hill Business Centre BC c./10/1991.

- ‘BOX HILL E.11/27MY59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (arcs 2½,2) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRR] Branxholme: unframed ‘BRANXHOLME/20MR/15/VIC’, #30 on 1d red KGV. PO 1/6/1858; LPO 1/4/1993. Bridgewater-On-Loddon: unframed ‘[BRIDGEWATER] ON LODDON/SE23/16/VIC’, #40 on 1d red KGV. PO 1/1/1868; renamed Bridgewater PO c.1941.

Brighton: ‘BRIGHTON S.5/12JE65/VIC-AUST’, WWW #200A (arcs 1½,3) on 5d & 2/-. [Rated R] PO 19/4/1853. Brighton North (2): ‘BRIGHTON [NOR]TH/12DE16/VIC’, #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Little Brighton PO 15/9/

$20 $4

$12

$30 $4

$20 $25 $4 $5 $4

1891; closed 18/12/1924.

$10

PO 9/9/1935; closed 14/9/1935.

$80

British Medical Association Conference: ‘RELIEF STAMP VIC/12SE35/11’ on 2d Anzac & 3d Jubilee on 1st Australian Philatelic Stationery Exhibition cover with ‘B.M.A. CONFERENCE/MELBOURNE. N.3’ on provisional blue registration label. [The copy offered in Auction 79 sold for $105.]

Broadmeadows Military Camp (1): light 25mm ‘[MILITARY CAM]P BROADMEADOWS/[?N]O18/[VIC]’ WWW #20 on ½d green KGV, some slight toning. PO 17/8/1914; closed 29/3/1919. Broadmeadows Military Camp (3): ‘BROADMEADOWS MILITARY CAMP/26JY45/VIC·AUST’, WWW #10, on 5½d brown KGVI Registration Envelope with blue C6 registration label to Geelong, also bearing boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (B1) in blue-black PO 2/9/ 1940; renamed Broadmeadows Mil. P.O. PO 2/9/1957.

Brunswick: straight-line ‘NOT KNOWN BY/POSTMAN BRUNSWICK’ on face of 1950 cover from Tatt’s. PO 1/1/1854. Brunswick East: ‘BRUNSWICK EAST/2OC47/VIC’ WWW #20A (arcs 3,3) on 2½d red KGVI. RH 13/1/1888; PO c.1902; LPO 20/9/1993.

- ‘PAID AT BRUNSWICK EAST/ 30JY64/VIC-AUST’, WWW #410C (price turned off) in red. [Rated RR] Brunswick North: ‘BRUNSWICK NORTH N.10/17FE58/VICAUST’, WWW #10A (B1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRR] PO 3/10/1949; LPO 31/7/1993.

Bruthen: framed ‘BRUTHEN/OC24/16/VICTORIA’, #30 on 1d red KGV. PO 15/1/1862; LPO 3/9/1993. Burnley: ‘BURNLEY E.1./10NO55/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A on 3½d & 9d. [Rated RRR] RH 21/3/1887; PO c.1893; LPO 24/5/1993. Bylands: 3 strikes of ‘BYLANDS/29MR69/VIC.’ on 1c & 2c x2 on Tyler cover. [Rated R] PO 18/2/1880; closed 24/4/1994. Cabarita: ‘CABARITA/29OC91/V[IC]’ on 43c. Renamed from Lake Hawthorn RO 2/11/1925; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 4/10/1993.

Cahillton (2): ‘CAHILLTON/?MR4[5]/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Cahillton State School RO c.1907;

$10

$25 $8 $7 $8

$20 $4 $16 $10 $5

PO 1/7/1927; renamed Gruyere PO 1/1/1950.

$50

Camberwell Delivery Centre DC c.-/10/1994.

$8

Camberwell (1): ‘CAMBERWELL E.6/5SE56/VIC-AUST’, WWW #120 (2,2½). [Rated RR] PO 12/10/1864; renamed - ‘CAMBERWELL. /23NO82/VIC-AUST’, WWW #180E (arcs .,.) on long Australia Post cover. [Rated RR] Canadian: ‘CANADIAN/1OC47/VI[C]’ on 2½d Shortland. PO 1/3/

1886; closed 31/5/1988.

Canterbury (2): unframed ‘CANTERBURY/9AP/15/VIC’, #20B on 1d red KGV. PO 23/3/1892; LPO 4/11/1996. Caramut: ‘CARAMUT/14AU44/VICTORIA’ on 5½d KGVI Registration Envelope with blue label. Renamed from Muston’s Creek PO 1/1/1854; LPO 12/1/1994.

Carlton North: ‘CARLTON NORTH/10AP65/VIC-AUST’, WWW #50B (small decade wheel) on 2/5d cut-out. [Rated RR] RH 1/1/

1877; PO c.1902.

Castella: ‘CASTELLA/3FE48/VIC’, WWW #10, on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] RO 17/8/1918; PO c.1924; closed 31/5/1965. Casterton: ‘CASTERTON/25JE69/VIC-AUST’ WWW #140A on Brown cover with blue registration label. Renamed from The Glenelg PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/12/1998.

Caulfield: ‘CAULFIELD S.E.8/3P [64]/VIC- AUST’ (WWW #110A) on 5d green. [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1863; closed 31/1/1974.

$12 $15 $3 $15 $8 $10 $8 $8


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Caulfield East (1): ‘[CA]ULFIELD EAST/930A10SE.14/VIC’ #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] RH 6/12/1888; PO c.1902; renamed Malvern East PO 1/2/1928.

$8

2489 D A A2

Renamed from Charlton East PO 1/9/1879; LPO 7/7/1993.

$4

2490 * A A2

$15

2491 * A C2

2451 S A A1-

Charlton (2): ‘CHARLTON/15FE15/VIC’, #60 on 1d red KGV.

2452 * A- A1

- ‘CHARLTON/27JA42/VIC’ (arcs 4,3½) WWW #80 on 3½d Surcharge block of 4. - ‘CHARLTON/24AP74/VIC-AUST’, WWW #110B (arcs 8,7) on 7c. [Rated RR] Charman: poor ‘CHARMAN S.11./2SE51/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A (A1 backstamp - ½mm hyphen) on 1/0½d on cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR] PO 17/5/1954;

2453 D A B2 2454 * A- C2

2455 * A A12456 S A C2 2457 S A A2 2458 * A B2 2459 * A A1

2460 * A B2 2461 S A B2 2462 * A B1 2463 S A A12464 * A- C2

closed 31/8/1993.

Cheltenham: light ‘CHELTENHAM/4OC57/VIC.AUST.’, WWW #70A on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue label. [Rated RR]

1967.

$20

Chiltern Valley No. 2: ‘CHILTERN VALLEY NO.2/JA27/16/ [VIC], #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 6/9/1897; renamed

Chiltern Valley PO c.1941.

Chinkapook: ‘CHINKAPOOK/?47/VIC’ on 2½d red Envelope.

Renamed from Christmas Tank RO 15/4/1914; PO 8/2/1915; closed 1/10/ 1974.

Clarinda (2): ‘CLARINDA 3169/11A1AU84/VIC 3169’ (Opening Day), on unaddressed 30c Victorian Arms PSE, uprated with 1c AAT ships. [Rated RRR - used for less than 2 months.] PO 1/8/

2478 S A A2 2479 * A A1 2480 * A- C2 2481 D B2 2482 * A A2 2483 * A B1 2484 * A A2 2485 * A B12486 * B1 2487 * A

2494 S A B12495 * A A1 2496 S A B2 2497 * A B2 2498 D A A22499 * B A2 2500 S A B3

Renamed from Clayton’s Road R.S. PO 13/7/1891.

$20

2501 D A A1

$6

2502 D A A1

$10

2503 S A B2

$4

2504 S A B3

Clayton: (arcs 5,5½), WWW #30B on 2/5d Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RR] Clifton Hill: framed ‘CLIFTON HILL/13AP/15/VIC’, #40 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO c.-/12/1883; LPO 8/11/1993. - ‘CLIFTON HILL N.8./15SE58/VIC.’ WWW #60B (recut; ‘N.8.’ added) on 1/7d on cover with blue registration label. Clunes: [C]LUNES/1SE16/[V]ICTORIA’, #70A on 1d red KGV. PO 1/10/1857; LPO 4/1/1994.

1/3/1999.

Collingwood (3): ‘COLLINGWOO[D]/15OC.17/VIC’, #80 on 1d red KGV. PO 15/11/1865. - ‘COLLINGWOOD/10JY56/VIC-AUST’ WWW #130A (arcs 4,3 better backstamp) on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. - ‘PAID AT COLLINGWOOD/ 2JE65/VIC’, WWW #730C (price turned-off) in red. [Rated RR] - ‘[R]ELIEF/19DE57/NO.8.’ on 4d Xmas. [Used 13-22/12/57] Commerce House: ‘[CO]MMERCE HOUS[E]/5NO20/[MELB], #10 (arcs 4,4) on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 8/7/1914; replaced by

2477 * B A2

$3

2493 S A B2

$25

‘CLAYTON/7NO64/[VIC-A]UST.’

2471 S A A1-

2476 S A A2

$12

2492 D A B1

1984; LPO 20/10/1993.

Colbinabbin East: ‘[COL]BINABBIN EA[ST]/21AP32/[VIC]’ on 2d Bridge. RO 16/10/1916; PO 28/8/1918; renamed Colbinabbin 31/12/

2474 D A A2 2475 S A B2-

$15 $15

Chepstowe (2): unframed ‘CHEPSTOWE/JA6/[?]/VICTORIA’, WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1870; closed 22/6/

2470 D A B3

2473 D A A1

$8

PO 1/8/1857; LPO 1/7/1998.

Coatesville: very light ‘COATESVILLE S.E.15/5JY57/VICAUST’ (arcs 1½,1, A1- backstamp), WWW #10A, on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne, slight damage to right edge. [Rated RR] PO 1/4/1955; LPO 24/8/1993. 2465 * A- A1- Cobram (2): ‘COBRAM/15OC69/VIC. AUST.’ (WWW #70B) on 30c Flower on registered cover. PO 23/1/1888. 2466 S A A2+ Coburg: framed ‘COBURG/NO17/81/VICTORIA’ (error for 1918) on 3rd Wmk 9d Roo. Renamed from Pentridge PO 22/1/1870. 2467 * A A2 - ‘COBURG N.13/3/27MR52/VIC-AUST’ (A2 backstamp), WWW #205 on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. 2468 * A A2 - distorted ‘MONEY ORDER/3JAN1950/COBURG’, WWW #710 backstamp in violet on registered cover from Canada. [Rated RRRR] 2469 D A A2 Cohuna (2): ‘COHUNA/20NO22/VIC.’, WWW #30 (arcs 4,4) on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Cohuna Township PO c.1887; LPO

2472 * A B1

2488 D A A2

1943.

Degraves Street PO 17/11/1956.

- ‘COMM[ERCE] HOUSE/12JA21/MELB’, #20 (arcs 4,3½) on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] - ‘COMMERCE HOUSE/11NO35/MELB’ (WWW #20 - arcs 4,3½) on 5d KGV with blue & black C5 registration label. [Rated RR] PO 8/7/1914; replaced by Degraves Street PO 17/11/1956. Congupna (1): ‘CONGUPNA/7DEC06/[VIC]’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] PO 1/12/1881; renamed Congupna Township PO c.1909. Coomboona: 3 strikes of ‘COOMBOONA/2JY75/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B, on 2c coil x2 & 6c orange on Tyler cover. PO 2/5/

2505 S A A2 $25

2506 S A A2

$5

2507 S A A1-

$10

2508 D A2

$12

2509 D A B1

$40 $6 $7 $4 $8

2513 S A A12514 S A B2 2515 * A C1

$6

2518 S A B2

$8

2519 D A A2

$15 $40

1/2/1874; LPO 1/8/1996.

$40

PO 1/1/1915.

2512 D A B2

2516 * A B1

$10

Costerfield South: ‘COSTERFIELD SOUTH/21?38/VIC’, WWW #20. [Rated RRR] PO 1/7/1878; closed 31/1/1944. Cottle’s Bridge: ‘COTTLE’S BRIDGE/5MY58/VIC’ on QE 4d. [Rated RR] RO 1/1/1910; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/12/1960. Crib Point: ‘CRIB POINT/21FE36/VIC’ on 5d Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 18/7/1890; LPO 11/1/1994. Cromer: ‘CROMER S.10/14FE66/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 4c red. [Rated RRR] PO 2/8/1954; LPO 1/9/1993. Croydon: light ‘CROYDON/10SE35/VIC.’, WWW #40 ( arcs 9,8½) on 2d Anzac & 3d Vic Centenary with blue registration label. [Rated RR] Renamed from Warrandyte R.S. PO 1/8/1884. - ‘CROYDON/M.O.O./13OC82/VIC-AUST’ on long official cover. Cunninghame: black & white PPC ‘Lakes Entrance, Cunninghame’, 1d pink cancelled with ‘MALVERN/730P22DE07/VICTORIA’ (A1). PO 5/2/1870; renamed Lakes Entrance

2511 S A A1-

$5 $10

1938; closed 30/7/1993.

Corryong: ‘PAID AT CORRYONG/3D 17JA[54]/VIC’, WWW #410A in black on Shire of Upper Murray cover. [Rated RRR] PO

2510 D A B2

$60 $30 $20 $50 $20 $5

2517 D A A2

2520 D A A2 2521 D A B1 2522 S A A1-

31/3/1955.

Dartmoor: ‘DARTMOOR/7FE15/VIC’, #30 on 1d red KGV. PO

1/4/1860; LPO 24/5/1994.

Daylesford: ‘RELIEF/10JE75/62/VIC-AUST’ on 10c Sapphire on cover. [Used 2/5/75-25/11/75] PO 1/2/1858; LPO 1/5/1998. Deep Lead: ‘DEEP LEAD/11JE18/VIC’, #40 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO c.-/10/1859; closed 2/11/1973. Deer Park: ‘DEER PARK/14DE36/VIC’ on 5d with blue & black C4 registration label. [Rated RR] Renamed from Kororoit Creek PO

$30 $80 $10 $10 $15 $5 $8 $40 $20

House PO 19/11/1956; replaced by Flinders Lane PO 29/8/1986.

$16

- ‘DEGRAVES ST.C.1./9JA58/9/VIC-AUST, WWW #90A on 2½d & 1/7d with blue registration label. [Rated RRR] Delegate River: ‘DELEGATE R[IVER]/14????/[VICTORIA]’, #10, on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed

28/2/1961.

Detpa: ‘DETPA/10JY72/VIC-3432’, on 1c brown. [Rated RRR] TO 24/2/1923; RO c.-/4/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 25/6/1974.

Diamond Creek: 27½mm ‘DIAMOND CREEK/27OCT1988/VIC. 3089’, WWW #100 on 1c. [Rated RR] PO 7/2/1863. Diapur: ‘DIAPUR/30AP13/VICTORIA’, #20 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Diapur Town PO c.1887; closed 10/6/1974.

Digby: unframed ‘DIGBY/OC26/18/[VICTOR]IA’, #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/6/1858; LPO 7/6/1994. Dimboola: ‘[D]IMBOOLA/31AU15/VIC’, #60, on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Nine Creeks PO 16/2/1869; LPO 1/9/1995. Donald: ‘DONALD/21OC16/V[IC]’, #50 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Mount Jeffcott PO 1/9/1870; LPO 1/4/1995. Durham Lead: ‘DURHAM LEAD/9MR15/VIC’, #20A on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 10/8/1863; closed 14/5/1976. Eaglehawk: ‘EAGLEHAWK/12JY57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #80A (arcs 3½,3). [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1857; LPO 1/9/1997. - unframed ‘MONEY ORDER/FE7/13/EAGLE[H]AWK’, WWW #410, 3d ochre. Echuca: ‘RELIEF/21OC46/NO28.’ on 2½d Mitchell. [Used 2/10/ 1946-11/11/1946] Renamed from Hopwoods Punt PO 1/1/1855. Eddington: ‘EDDINGTON/5-SE1916/VIC’, #30 on 1d red KGV.

$30 $8 $40 $10 $5 $10 $6 $6 $12 $10 $10 $4

PO 1/11/1861; RO c.1915; PO 13/2/1917; closed 31/7/1979. Edi: ‘EDI/22OC18/VIC’, #20 on 1d KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Hedi PO 20/3/1894; closed 18/9/1973.

$4

R.S. PO 23/10/1877; LPO 26/10/1993.

$8

Renamed from Runnymede PO c.1882; LPO 7/12/1994.

$4

Elaine (2): unframed ‘ELAINE/SE22/14/VICTORIA’ (inverted year slug), #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Elaine Elmore: ‘ELMORE/MY8/16/VI[CTOR]IA’, #60 on 1d red KGV.

Elphinstone: unframed ‘ELPHINSTONE/”25/3/01”/VICTORIA’, WWW #20 alongside 1d pink & 2d violet pair cancelled with poor ‘R-in-circle’ on Tatt’s cover. PO 1/2/1854; LPO 15/10/1993. Eltham: ‘RELIEF NO.41/1130A11DE70/VIC-AUST’ on 6c cover. [Used 8-11/12/70] PO 1/2/1854. Elwood East: ‘ELWOOD EAST S.3/14NO66/VIC.’ on 4c. [Rated RRR] PO 2/9/1935; closed 14/11/1979. Ensay (2): ‘ENS[AY]/16NO17/VICTORIA’, #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 18/5/1868; LPO 1/8/1993. Essendon: ‘RELIEF/21MY71/NO.17.’ on 6c ANA. [Used 13-21/5/ 1971] PO 18/8/1856. Fairfield: ‘[FAIR]FIELD N20 NO 1/26OC49/VIC. AUST.’, WWW #60A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] RH 21/2/1887; PO 4/4/1887. - ‘RELIEF/20JY78/64/VIC-AUST’ on 20c Bird. [Used 17/7/197822/1/1979] Ferntree Gully (1): ‘FERNTREE GULLY/23OC14/VICTORIA’, #20 on 1d red KGV. PO 1/1/1873; renamed Ferntree Gully South PO

$7

$25 $15 $20 $8 $10 $8 $5

15/4/1967.

$12

1874; PO 10/9/1877.

$80

1993.

$20

Fitzroy (2): ‘FITZROY/5JL[4]8/VIC’, WWW #130B (arcs 9,8, missing decade wheel) on 5½d KGVI Registration Envelope (ASC #R31) with blue registration label. [Rated RRRR] RH 2/2/

2524 D A A1

Fitzroy North: ‘FITZROY NORTH/8NO76/VIC-3068’, WWW #100 (arcs 2,2) on 18c. [Rated RRR] RH 2/2/1874; PO c.1880; LPO 3/11/

2525 S A A2

Footscray (1): double-circle ‘FOO[TSCR]AY/3JAN24 230PM/ VICTORIA’, WWW #100 on 1½d green KGV pair (one unit with a thin). [Rated S] PO 12/10/1857; renamed Footscray Delivery Centre

2526 * A A2

- unframed ‘M.O.&S.B/JL10/85/FOOTSCRAY’, WWW #910 on face of 2d violet PTPO Envelope (Stieg #KB4M - Mutual Store). Fryerstown: unframed ‘FRYESRTOWN/OC29/15/VICTORIA’, #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Fryer’s Creek PO

2527 S A B1-

$15

1/12/1889; LPO 30/10/1993.

Degraves Street: light ‘DEGRAVES ST.C.1./16JE58/6/VICAUST, WWW #60A on 1/7d. [Rated RRR] Replaced Commerce

2523 * A A1

2528 S A B2 $15

Curdie’s River: ‘CURDIE’S RIVER/14MR17/[VI]C’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] RO 22/10/1910; PO 14/4/1913; closed 31/12/1968. Curlewis: ‘CURLEWIS/1JE60/[VIC-AUS]T’, WWW #40A on 5d blue. [Rated RRR] PO 1/11/1866; closed 30/6/1973. - ‘CURLEWIS/6JA71/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40B, on 6c & 30c with blue registration label. [Rated RRRR] Dadswell’s Bridge: ‘DADSWELL’S BRIDGE/11DE70/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 1/2/1916; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 22/7/1994. Dandenong: ‘PAID AT DANDENONG/9JA70/VIC’, WWW #1010D in red. [Rated RR] PO 1/7/1848. Darlingford: ‘DARLINGFORD/15AP15/[VIC]’, #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1865; RO 12/9/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed

DC 15/11/1993.

$5 $80

c.1856; closed 28/11/1975.

$10

Garden Vale West PO 1/11/1922.

$20

Garden Vale (1): ‘GARDENVALE/10DE12/V[ICTORIA]’ on 1d pink. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Gardenvale PO c.1910; renamed


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 2529 S A B1-

Garfield (1): ‘[G]ARFIELD/8OC15/VIC’, #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Cannibal Creek PO 16/5/1887; LPO 16/8/

2530 S A B2

Garvoc (2): ‘GARVO[C]/MR23/15/VICTO[RIA]’, #10 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Yallook Bridge PO 15/7/1873; LPO 8/7/1994. Gelliondale: ‘GELLIONDALE/14AP17/VICT[ORIA]’, #10A on 1d red KGV. RO c.1907; PO 17/2/1914; closed 30/9/1974. Genoa: Light strike of ‘GENOA/20OC14/VICTORIA’, #20A on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 9/4/1888; LPO 2/12/1993. Gerang Gerung R.S.: ‘[GER]ANG GERUNG/[?]0OC16/[VIC]’, #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1887; renamed Gerang

2531 S A B2 2532 S A B2 2533 S A B2 2534 S A B2

1993.

Gerung PO 16/5/1921.

2570 D A1+ $15 $5 $15 $12 $12

Gerangamete: ‘GERANGAMETE/21MY15/VIC’, #20A on 1d red KGV pair. [Rated R] PO 14/10/1879; closed 31/3/1969. $12 2535 * A A1 Gladstone Park: ‘RELIEF/4FE85/85/VIC-AUST’ opening day on 30c Vic Arms PSE, uprated with 1c Lace Monitor cancelled with ‘GLADSTONE PARK/14FE85/VIC 3043’ (A1) first day of new cancel, unaddressed. PO 4/2/1985. $10 2536 S A B2 Glen Wills: ‘GLEN WILLS/8DE15/[V]IC’, #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 20/10/1890; TO c.1936; closed 31/8/1959. $20 2537 D A B2 Glenaroua: ‘GLENAROUA/?47/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRRR] PO 1/9/1877; closed 3/8/1963. $100 2538 S A A1 Glenhuntly: ‘GLENHUNTLY/25OC16/VICTORIA’, #10A on 1d red KGV. RO c.1907; PO 10/12/1909; renamed Glen Huntly LP 7/6/ 1993. $4 2539 D A B2 - ‘GLENHUNTLY S.E.9/28JY52/VIC-AUST’, WWW #50A (arcs ½,2) on 1/0½d. [Rated RR] $40 2540 * A A1 Glenroy: ‘GLENROY/PAID AT/20AUG1991/5 P.M./VIC AUST 3046’ in red, WWW #530A, on Panelveneer window envelope. [Rated RRR] PO 22/10/1888. $30 2541 S A B2 Great Western (1): ‘[T.O.G]REAT WESTERN/7FE15/[V]IC’, #40A on 1d red KGV. PO 1/6/1858; LPO 30/7/1993. $6 2542 * A A1 Gredgwin: ‘GREDGWIN/15AP77/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20B (closing Day) on 18c. [Rated RR] RO 16/10/1912; PO 1/2/1923; closed 15/4/1977. $25 2543 S A B2 Green’s Creek: ‘GREEN’S CREEK/SE22/ /VICTORIA’ (no year) on 1d pink. [Rated RRRR] PO 1/5/1868; TO 1/10/1962, provisionally closed 31/3/1964; closed 31/3/1965. $100 2544 D A A2 Haddon: ‘HAD[D]ON/2-NO72/VIC’ on 7c Cook. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Sago Hill PO 1/1/1873; closed 20/2/1976. $25 2545 D A A1- Hampton: ‘HAMPTON/3OC45/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 3½,3) on ½d Roo. [Rated PPP] PO 1/7/1909. $25 2546 D A B1 Harston (2): ‘HARSTON/27MY60/VIC’ on 5d blue (cut-to-shape). [Rare] PO c.1890; closed 15/5/1973. $8 2547 D B A1+ Hattah (2): ‘HATTAH/16SE42/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI (cutto-shape). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Hattah R.S. PO 27/3/1923; closed 16/12/1974. $30 2548 S A B2 Hawksburn: ‘HAWKSBU[RN]/4FE15/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. RH c./8/1890; PO c.1902; LPO 16/8/1993. $10 2549 D A1 Hawthorn (1): ‘HAWTHORN E.2/17AP37/VIC’ (arcs 8½,8). PO 1/1/1854; replaced by Hawthorn Business Centre BC 24/10/1997. $10 2550 D A1 - ‘HAWTHORN/20FE71/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 7½,8). $10 2551 * A Healesville: multi-coloured PPC ‘Badger River Healesville Victoria’, used. PO 1/5/1865; LPO 10/1/2000. $10 2552 D A A1 - ‘HEALESVILLE/12DE58/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,3) on 1/7d. $15 2553 D A C2 Healesville Sanctuary: violet ‘HEALESVILLE SANCTUARY/ ?56/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d pair. [Rated PPP] PO 15/11/1955; closed 30/4/1979. $50 2554 * A A1 Heathcote: ‘RELIEF/4MY83/60/VIC-AUST’ on 27c Kangaroo Paw envelope to Melbourne Renamed from McIvor PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/3/ 1998. (`) $6 2555 D A A1 - 28mm ‘HEATHCOTE/22JA36/VIC’ (arcs 4½,6). [Rated PPP] $25 21AP75 /VIC-AUST’ on 2c. [Rated 2556 D A A1 Heidelberg: ‘HEIDELBERG/ PPP] Renamed from Warringal PO 12/8/1865; LPO 5/4/1994. $25 2557 * A B1 Heidelberg West (2): ‘HEIDELBERG WEST N.23/11SE65/VICAUST’ (arcs 1,½) on 2/5d Regn Env #R43, opened-out. PO 26/5/ 1952. $6 2558 S A A1- Henty: ‘HENTY/24JL18/VIC’, #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated P] PO $20 16/4/1885; closed 21/5/1977. 2559 D A A2 Herne’s Oak: ‘HERNE’S OAK/21DE52/VIC-AUST’ on KGV 3½d. Renamed from Haunted Hills PO 1/1/1939; closed 29/6/1974. $15 2560 D A A1 Hesket State School: ‘HESKET STATE SCHOOL/26AU60/VIC’ on 5d blue. RO c.1902; PO 1/1/1915; closed 31/3/1971. $20 2561 D A A2 Highett: ‘HIGHETT S.21/25MR58/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 5,3) on 7d & 1/-. RO 17/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 2/8/1993. $10 2562 D A B1 Highton: ‘RELIEF/27OC78/58/VIC-AUST’ on 1c. [Used 27-30/10/ 78] PO 1/12/1864; LPO 30/6/1994. $5 2563 S A A2 Hollybush: framed ‘HOLLYBUSH/10FE/02/VICTORIA’ (inverted month slug) on 1d pink. PO 23/8/1900; RO 4/4/1916; closed 31/10/ $15 1918. 2564 S A A3 Homebush Lower: ‘T.O. HOMEBUSH L[OWER]/?FE18/[VIC]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/2/1880; RO 21/1/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed $20 14/10/1960. 2565 D B1 Hopetoun Gardens: ‘HOPETOUN GARDENS /17JY68/ VIC·AUST’ (S.4 removed - LRD). [Rated PPPP] PO 5/11/1951; $50 LPO 22/4/1994. 2566 * A A2 Horsham West: ‘HORSHAM W[EST]/1130A26JY68/VIC-AUST’ on registration receipt. [The first we have offered.] PO 1/11/1954; LPO $20 1/3/1994. 2567 D A B1 Hunter: ‘HUNTER/9DE76/VIC’ on 15c. RO c.-/7/1921; PO 1/1/1924; $20 closed 31/1/1980. 2568 D A A2 Huntingdale: ‘HUNTINGDALE S.E.12/7AP60/VIC-AUST’ (H-V = 5½mm) on 6d & 3/- on telegram piece. Renamed from Oakleigh $10 East PO c.1955; LPO 1/7/1996. 2569 S A B2- Illowa: light 30½mm ‘ILLOWA/21NO37/VIC.’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO 15/11/1875; LPO 29/3/1994; closed 30/4/1996. $10

2571 D A A2 2572 * A B1 2573 D B1 2574 * A A12575 S A A12576 D A1 2577 D A1 2578 S A A2 2579 * A 2580 D A A2 2581 D A A1 2582 D A B1 2583 D A A12584 D A1 2585 D B1 2586 D A A1 2587 D A B1 2588 * A- A1 2589 * A A2 2590 D A C2 2591 * A B3 2592 D A B2 2593 * A B1 2594 D B A2 2595 D A1 2596 D A1 2597 D B A1 2598 D A1 2599 D A B2

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Indigo Upper: ‘INDIGO UPPER/3MR41/VIC’. [An example in sale 59 sold for $170.] RO 28/7/1924; PO 1/7/1927; TO 22/6/1951,

provisionally closed 10/5/1952; closed 31/7/1952.

Ingliston: ‘INGLISTON/7MY34/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 1/3/1890; closed 30/10/1954. Ivanhoe: ‘PAID AT IVANHOE N.21/3D9JY52/VIC’ (inverted ‘D’ wheel) on window envelope. [Rated PPP] PO 1/9/1874. - ‘PAID AT IVANHOE N.21/—■21AU64/VIC’ (price turned off) in red. - ‘PAID AT IVANHOE /3FE71/VIC’ (N.21 removed) in red on CSR Chemicals window envelope. Jeparit: ‘JEPARI[T]/11MR15/VIC’, #20A on 1d red KGV.

$120 $30 $40 $10 $20 $4

Renamed from Lake Hindmarsh PO 11/12/1889; LPO 1/12/1993. Kalkallo: ‘KALKALLO/2DE35/VIC’. Renamed from Donnybrook PO 19/11/1874, provisionally closed 27/2/1971; closed 1/6/1971. Kamarooka North: ‘KAMAROOKA NORTH/17OC73/VIC’. PO 1/7/ 1885; closed 30/6/1976.

$20

Culgoa PO 1/1/1920.

$80

Kaneira: ‘KANEIRA/18JA16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPP a similar copy in sale 16 realised $120] PO 27/5/1893; renamed Kangaroo Ground: pictorial ‘KANGAROO GROUND VIC 3097/ [kangaroo]/3 DECEMBER 2007’ on unaddressed Bundaberg Post Office PSE. PO 4/10/1854; LPO 25/8/1994. Kennington: ‘KENNINGTON/19JA68/VIC’ on 4c Xmas. RO 1/5/ 1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 22/6/1972.

Kensington (2): ‘KENSINGTON W.1./8AU52/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,1) on KGVI 1/0½d. RH c.1890; PO 4/9/1911; LPO 30/7/1993. Kerang (3): ‘KERANG/13NO73/VIC-AUST’ on 7c. PO 29/7/1858. Kernot (2): ‘KERNOT/18OC2■/VIC’, #10A on 2d orange KGV. RO 1/12/1911; PO 21/4/1914; LPO 16/9/1994; closed 28/7/2006. Kew: ‘KEW/25JA60/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 10,9). PO 6/10/1856.

Kew East: ‘PAID AT KEW

EAST.E.5/5-P11JA63/VIC-AUST’ in

RO c.1924; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 11/4/1994.

red.

Kiamal: 29mm ‘KIAMAL/12OC34/VIC’ on 2d red KGV (cut-toshape). [Rated PPP] RO 21/5/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/9/1980. Kilsyth: ‘KILSYTH/23JY57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 6,6½) on 4d. PO

$8

$5 $20 $10 $10 $4 $15 $15 $50

22/11/1900; LPO 5/7/1993.

$10

Street West PO 27/11/1989.

$5

King Street: ‘KING STREET/PAID/16SE86/VIC-AUST-3000’ in red on large cover. Replaced Rialto PO 22/11/1965; replaced by Collins

Kingower: ‘KINGOW[ER]/1OC47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland. Replaced Mount Moliagul PO c.1856; closed 31/5/1969.

$30

11/11/1973.

$20

Strathbogie West RO 23/7/1921; PO 1/2/1927; closed 31/12/1970.

$25

Kinnabulla: ‘KINNABULLA/12JA32/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] RO c.1902; PO 5/11/1914, provisionally closed 11/5/1973; closed Kithbrook: ‘KITH[BROOK]/22OC55/VIC’ (B1 backstamp) on 3d, 3½d & 6d with black & blue registration label. Renamed from Kongwak: ‘KONGWAK/6AP72/VIC-3951’ (arcs 7,7) on 7c Cook. [Rated PPP] PO 11/5/1898; LPO 13/9/1994. Koondrook: light ‘RELIEF/20AP83/70/VIC-AUST’ on 27c Flower envelope to Melbourne. [Used Mar-April 1983.] PO 1/3/1879; LPO

22/10/1993.

$50 $6

Kooreh: ‘KOOREH/17SE35/VIC’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] PO 6/5/1885; closed 31/10/1969. Koroop: ‘KOROOP/14FE63/VIC.’. [Rated PPP] PO c.-/1/1879;

$30

Korumburra (2): ‘KORUMBURRA/PAID/30AU78/1/VIC-AUST3950’ in red. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/11/1889; LPO 1/2/1999. Kulwin: ‘KULWIN/18AU34/VIC.’ (arcs 6,6½) on 2d Vic Centenary (cut-to-shape). RO 16/8/1920; PO c.1924; closed 19/11/

$50

closed 31/5/1971.

1974.

Kyabram (2): ‘KYABRAM/PAID/29MY75/VIC-AUST-3620’ in red.

Renamed from Sheridan PO 8/4/1886.

Kyneton: ‘KYNETON/530P20AU69/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 6,5) on 5c (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Mount Macedon PO 1/1/

$50

$20 $5

$20 Lah-Arum (2): ‘LAH-ARUM/17AU59/VIC-AUST’ on 4d. [Rated PPP] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1976. $30 2601 D A A1 Lake Charm Railway: ‘LAKE CHARM RLY./23JE60/VIC’ on 5d blue (cut-to-shape). PO 21/2/1891; closed 31/7/1971. $10 2602 D B1 Lancefield (2): oval ‘LANCEFIELD/MY16/70/VICTORIA’ on piece. PO 20/1/1860; LPO 29/6/1994. $30 2603 S A A1 - 23mm unframed ‘LANCEFIELD/SE15/97/VICTORIA’ on 1d brown. $5 2604 * A- A1- Laverton R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 5201/22DE43/AUSTRALIA’ (arcs 1,1½) on Motor Reg window envelope, also bearing ‘NOWA NOWA/28DE43/VIC-AUST’ (A1), includes a licence renewal. PO 1/6/1938; LPO 31/7/1995. $100 2605 D A B1 - ‘R.A.A.F. LAVERTON/24JA56/VIC-AUST’ cancelling 9d Platypus & 1d purple QEII on piece with blue provisional C6 registration label, some toning to left edge of label. $5 2606 D A1 Law Courts: ‘LAW COURTS /14AU73/VIC-AUST’ (C.1. removed). [Rated PP] TO 29/10/1884; RH 12/1/1885; PO c.1902. $10 2607 S A B2 Leigh Creek: ‘[L]EIGH CREEK/17MR15/VIC’, #20A on 1d Red KGV. PO 4/3/1865; closed 31/7/1979. $10 2608 D A B1- Leongatha: ‘LEONGATHA/21DE14/VIC’, #40 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Koorooman PO 1/6/1891. $4 2609 S A B1- Lexton: ‘[L]EXTON/20AU15/VICTORIA’, #40 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Burn Bank PO 1/1/1854; LPO 1/7/1993. $3 2610 S A B2 Lillimur (2): unframed ‘LILLIMUR/JA28/04/[VIC]TORIA’ on 1d pink. From Lillimur North 1/5/1887; closed 31/1/1985. $5 2611 S A A1- Linton: unframed ‘LINTON/FE8/15/VICTORIA’, #10 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Linton’s PO c.1860; LPO 11/10/1993. $4 2612 * A Lorne: real-photo PPC ‘Kalimna Falls, Lorne, Victoria’, unused. PO 29/4/1874; LPO 1/12/1994. $7 2600 D A A1-

1854.


Page 36 2613 D B A2 2614 * A A2 2615 S A B2 2616 D A A2 2617 S B A2 2618 S A B2 2619 S A C2 2620 D A B1 2621 * B A12622 * A B12623 * A A2 2624 * A A1 2625 S A A2 2626 D A B2 2627 S A B2 2628 D A B12629 * A A1-

2630 D B B1 2631 * A B1 2632 S A A12633 * B 2634 D B12635 D A A1 2636 D A A1 2637 S A B3 2638 D A B2 2639 * A A12640 * A A12641 * A A1 2642 * A A12643 * A B1 2644 S A A2 2645 * A A1 2646 S A B2 2647 D A A1 2648 D A A2 2649 D A B1 2650 S A B2 2651 S A- B2 2652 D A B1

Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Lower Cape Bridgewater: ‘LOWER CAPE BRIDGE[WATER]/ ?26/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV (faults). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Cape Bridgewater PO 1/1/1875; closed 30/5/1953.

Lower Plenty: ‘LOWER PLENTY/18AU63/VIC.’ on QEII 5d blue. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 6/9/1993. Macarthur: ‘[M]ACARTHUR/2AU15/[VIC]’, #40A on 1d red KGV. PO 1/1/1862; LPO 4/3/1994.

Macleod: ‘MACLEOD/21MY66/[VIC-A]UST’ (arcs 5½,5) on 4c. [Rated PP] RO 11/12/1923; PO 1/7/1927; replaced by Simpson

2653 D A B2 $80 $5 $3

2654 D A A1 2655 * A B2-

Barracks PO 31/3/1987.

$10

2656 * A B2

1927; closed 31/10/1963.

$30

2657 * A A1

Madalya: ‘MADALYA/6AP32/VIC.’ on 2d Bridge (minor insect damage). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Ward’s RO 1/12/1907; PO 1/7/ Maffra: ‘MAFFRA/26OC.15/[VIC]’, #40A on 1d red KGV. PO 20/7/

1864.

Major Plains (3): double strike of framed ‘MAJOR PLAINS/ FE18/16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 1/2/1901; closed

$4

31/1/1948.

$30

6/5/1863; closed 30/11/1973.

$80

Renamed from Malvern R.S. PO 1/7/1892.

$12

Majorca: ‘MAJORCA/23JE71/VIC-3465’ on 6c. [Rated PPP] PO Malvern (2): ‘PAID MALVERN/—?26FE68/VIC’ on R.R. Cox cover to North Balwyn, tears at left frrom opening. [Rated P]

Malvern East (4): ‘MALVERN EAST S.5/1NO57/VIC.’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. [Rated P] PO c.1935; closed 21/10/1993. Malvern North: ‘MALVERN NORTH SE.4/18OC61/VIC-AUST’ on Mawson WCS FDC. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Malvern PO 1/7/

$20

1892; LPO 26/7/1994.

$50

LPO 31/5/1993.

$15

closed 23/10/1970.

$70

Manifold: ‘MANIFOLD/14DE57/VIC.’ on 1/7d brown QE on cover with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. PO 25/3/1929; Manor: 26mm ‘MANOR/4DE15/V[IC]’, #10 in violet on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPPP] TO c.-/1/1915; RO 18/10/1915; PO 1/7/1927;

- 30mm ‘MANOR/930P31JA38/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] Marungi: ‘[M]ARUNGI/29??15/VICTORIA’, #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO 20/10/1879; closed 17/5/1971. Maryborough: ‘MARYBOROUGH/10-A27MR17/VIC’, #120 on 1d red KGV. PO 19/10/1854. - ‘MARYBOROUGH/17JA47/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,4, ERD) on 3d brown KGVI & 2½d red Mitchell on cover to Abbotsford, NSW, with blue C6 registration label, backstamped with ‘FIVE DOCK/ 20JA47/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1). [Rated PP] Meade: ‘MEADE/30JA34/VIC’ on KGV 2d, cut-to-shape. RO 2/2/ 1910; PO 10/11/1919; renamed Mead c.1942.

Meadow Fair: ‘RELIEF/15OC76/76/VIC-AUST’ on 18c orange QEII envelope to Ringwood, Vic Replaced Jacana PO 1/8/1975;

$50 $15 $4

$20 $25 $6

16/8/1890; LPO 5/7/1994.

$4

Melbourne: selection of 8 covers with cds (2), duplex (2) & machine (4) cancels, from 1889-1911, all with minor faults. PO

13/4/1837; renamed Elizabeth Street PO 4/6/1917.

Melbourne (1): light worn oval ‘MELBOURNE/[crown]/?U*22/ 184?/PORT PHILLIP’ (1st type) on cut-to-shape piece. PO 13/4/

1837; renamed Elizabeth Street PO 4/6/1917.

- ‘LATE FEE/115P-5N014/MELBOURNEVIC.’, on 1d red KGV x2. Renamed from Crooked River PO 13/2/1865; closed 3/3/1916. - ‘SHIP MAIL ROOM/230P14OC18/MELBOURNE’, on 1d red KGV. Melton: ‘T.O.MELTO[N]/10MR15/[VIC]’, 50A on 1d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO 1/3/1856. - ‘MELTON /11SE25/VIC’ (‘RAIL’ removed) on 1½d red KGV. Mentone: ‘MENTONE S.11/16JY57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,3) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label, mild insect damage to TLC. [Rated PP] PO 16/5/1884. - ‘MENTONE S.11/27NO59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,3, A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d Christmas on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PP] - ‘MENTONE S.11/13SE57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,2) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPPP] - ‘MENTONE S.11/4NO59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,2) on 2/3d Wattle & 2d green QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PP] - ‘PAID AT MENTONE- /—7JY77/VIC- ‘ (S.11 removed) in red on S.V.C. window envelope. [Rated P] Merino: ‘MERI[NO]/22JE15/VIC’, #50 on 1d red KGV. PO 1/6/ 1858; LPO 4/11/1993.

Mildura: ‘MILDURA/VIC./8JAN/3D/PAID’ machine, (dateline inverted, year missing) on window envelope. PO 23/1/1888. - ‘MILDURA/515P-9JL17/VIC’, #40 in blue, on 1d red KGV. - ‘MILDURA/23MR21/VIC.’ (dotted arcs) on 5d KGV. Milloo: framed ‘MILLO[O]/JE”5”/30/VICTORI[A]’ on 1½d red KGV. PO c.-/3/1878; closed 30/1/1965. Mirboo North (1): ‘MIRBOO NORTH/25MY39/VIC’ (arc 6,5½) on 2d red KGVI. Renamed from Mirboo PO 6/4/1881; renamed Baromi PO 1/4/1886.

Mirboo North (2): ‘MIRBOO NORTH/SE25/17/VIC’, #30 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Mirboo PO 1/4/1886; LPO 1/7/1994. Mitiamo: unframed ‘[M.O. & S.]B./NO7/14/[M]ITIAMO’ on 1d red KGV. PO 13/4/1875; LPO 21/7/1994. Mollongghip: ‘MOLLONGGHIP/12OC67/VIC’ on 5c Thornbill. PO 16/4/1886; closed 30/6/1969.

2659 S A A2 2660 S A C2 2661 * A 2662 * A A1 2663 * A B1 2664 * A A1-

2665 D A A1 2666 * A A12667 * A C1 2668 S A B2

renamed Broadmeadows Square PO 31/1/1984.

Meeniyan: [M]EENIYAN/8JA.16/VIC’, #20A on 1d red KGV. PO

2658 * A A1-

$10 $10

2669 * A- A1 2670 D A1 2671 * B A1 2672 D A B1

$40 $20 $15 $8 $25 $4 $8 $20 $4 $8 $10 $25

$30

28/3/1979.

$10

1998.

$20

Moonee Ponds West: ‘MOONEE PONDS WEST/23DE77/VIC.’ on 18c Envelope. PO c.1935, provisionally closed 15/2/1979; closed Moorabbin: ‘MOORABBIN/18NO58/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated P] Renamed from Brighton South PO 17/5/1909; LPO 19/10/ - ‘PAID AT MOORABBIN S.20/3D15JY55/VIC’ on cover to R.A.A.F. Headquarters Albert Park. Moorooduc: unframed ‘[MO]OROODUC/OC”8”/12/ [V]IC[TO]RIA’ on 1d pink. PO 27/8/1890; closed 1/5/1980. Moranding: violet unframed ‘MORANDIN[G]/ /11/VIC[TORIA]’ on late 1d pink. [The year is fixed on ‘11’.] PO 6/12/1890; closed

2678 D A A2 2679 * A A1 2680 S A A2 2681 S A A2 2682 D A A1 2683 S A B2 2684 S A A2-

1863; LPO 14/9/1998; renamed Braeside Business Centre BC 13/6/1995.

$20

- ‘MORDIALLOC S.12/13JY59/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII & 2½d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. - ‘PAID AT MORDIALLOC S.12/—?31AU67/VIC-AUST’ on Mono Pumps window envelope. [Rated PP] Moreland (3): ‘MORELAND N.13/2/5DE57/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PP] Renamed from North Brunswick PO 11/12/1922; LPO

29/3/1993.

- ‘MORELAND/2/7SE64/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue & 2/-. [Rated PPP] Moreland East: ‘MORELAND EAST N.11/7AU57/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated P] PO 1/9/1938; closed 23/7/1988. Moreland West: ‘MORELAND WEST/4JE58/VIC-AUST’ (A1backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPP] PO 19/9/1927; LPO 9/8/1993. Mornington: ‘MORNINGTON/22OC14/[VICTOR]IA’, #50A on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Schnapper Point PO 16/8/1864. Morwell (3): ‘MORWELL./19MY50/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,2½) on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Renamed

2691 D A B1

$30 $25 $20 $40 $4

1947; PO 1/7/1948; closed 31/12/1971.

$80

c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1975.

$10

Mount Alfred (2): ‘MT ALFRED/?FE7[2]/VIC’ on 7c QEII. RO

22/11/1921.

1921; closed 24/2/1978.

Mount Cole: multi-coloured PPC ‘Water Fall, Mt Cole, Beaufort, unused. PO 1/9/1865; closed 29/8/1975. - ‘MT COL[E]/4OC39/VIC-[A]UST’ on 2d red KGVI. [Rated PPP] Mount Evelyn (1): ‘MT. EVELYN/20MR64/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5) on on 2/5d on registered cover with blue label, about ½ of back is missing. Renamed from Evelyn PO 26/9/1913; renamed Mount

$6 $50 $10 $30

Evelyn Delivery Centre DC 14/6/1994.

$10

1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 7/12/1976.

$5

Mount Richmond (3): ‘MOUNT RICHMOND/2?FE48/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Stuchberry’s RO 25/4/1916; RO 25/4/ Mount Waverley West: ‘MOUNT WAVERLEY WEST/1DE64/VICAUST’ on 5d & 2/- on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 6/4/1964; closed 26/4/1977. Murmungee: ‘MURMUNGE[E]/16AP17/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 1/11/1861; closed 3/12/1968. Murrayville: ‘MURRAYVILL[E]/15MR15/VI[C]’, #10 on 1d red KGV. RO 1/11/1910; PO 16/7/1911; LPO 31/8/1993. - ‘MURRAYVILLE/5AU57/VIC-AUST’ (‘M’-’V’=4mm) on 4d. Murroon: ‘MURRO[ON]/20NO14/[VIC]’, #20A on 1d red KGV. PO 6/8/1870; closed 31/5/1960.

Myamyn (2): ‘MYAMYN/2JL23/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed

2690 * A- C1

$25

$20 $10

- ‘PAID AT MORWELL/7SE76/VIC’ (date centred) in red. Morwell West: ‘MORWELL WEST/1OC47/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d Shortland on slightly tatty cover. [Rare use in TO period.] TO 1/9/

2687 D A A2

2689 D A A1

$12

from Morwell R.S. PO 1/1/1880.

2686 D A A2

2688 D A A2-

$20 $30

Murrumbeena: ‘MURRUMBE[ENA]/12MY16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. PO 12/5/1890; LPO 3/5/1993. - ‘MURRUMBEENA/19AP50/VIC-AUST’ on 3d & 5½d. [Rated PPP] Myall: ‘MYALL/2MY16/[VIC]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 24/3/1891; TO

2685 D A A2

$12

31/8/1957.

Mordialloc (1): multicoloured PPC ‘Scene at Mordialloc near Melbourne’, used to Fiji in 1906 early undivided back. PO 17/10/

Mount Burnett: ‘MOUNT BURNETT/ 9NO70/VIC-3781’ on 1c brown QEII. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Gembrook West PO 2/2/

2676 D A B2 2677 * C B1

$15

1861.

2674 D A A1

$4

$15

$50

Moonee Ponds: ‘MOONEE PONDS W.4/2/12JY57/VIC AUST’ (A1- backstamp) on 1/- Lyrebird & 3½d red QEII x2 on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPPP] PO 15/1/

Mount Blackwood (1): unframed ‘[MT ]BLACKWOOD/SE15/11/ [VICT]ORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 22/9/1855; renamed Blackwood PO

2675 * A

$20

15/2/1919; PO 4/1/1924; LPO 30/6/1994; closed 31/12/1997.

2673 S A A2

$4

$10 $10

Mont Albert: ‘MONT ALBERT/28DE33/VIC’ on 5d KGV. [Surprisingly scarce] PO 1/8/1914; LPO 9/9/1993. Montague: ‘MONTAGUE/28SE68/VIC’ (ERD) on 1c. [Rated PPP - the first we have offered.] Replaced North Port PO 20/11/1912; RO

10/4/1963; closed 20/6/1965.

from Myamyn R.S. PO 9/8/1909; closed 15/4/1971.

Myrniong: ‘MYRNIONG/1SE69/VIC.’ (arcs 7½,7½) on 5c blue. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Pentland Hills PO 26/1/1872; closed 30/9/

$25 $40 $15 $5 $7 $10 $25 $20 $4

1970.

$40

Replaced Mysia R.S. PO 25/10/1911; closed 13/10/1992.

$20

closed 30/9/1974.

$30 $15

Mysia (2): violet ‘T.O. MYSIA/14AU24/VIC’ on 3rd Wmk 1/- roo. Mywee: ‘MYWEE/7SE37/VIC’ (B1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d KGV on cover with red C2 registration label. RO 1/11/1911; PO 1/4/1919; - ‘MYWEE/17JY72/VIC’ on 7c. [The SDL usually prints poorly.]


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 2692 D A B1 2693 * A 2694 D A B2 2695 D A B1 2696 S A A2 2697 D A A1 2698 * A B1 2699 * A B12700 * A A2

2701 D A1 2702 * A A1-

2703 * A- B1

2704 * A- B1 2705 * A A1-

2706 * A B1 2707 * A A12708 * A B1 2709 * A A1 2710 * A 2711 * A A1 2712 S A A3 2713 * A A12714 S A C2 2715 * A B1

2716 D A B1

Nanneella: (sic - only 1 L) on 7c agate. [Used for less than 2 years.] RO 1/1/1913; PO 1/2/1917; LPO 15/10/1993.

Nariel: black & white PPC ‘General View from The Gibbs, Corryong Road’, Bulmer photo, unused. Renamed from Attries RO 2/6/1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1931.

EAST/14JY77/VIC-AUST’

Naringal East: ‘NARINGAL on 4c red. [Rated PPP] PO 1/11/1938; TO 23/7/1977; closed c.1977. 30JY68 Navigators (1): ‘NAVIGATORS/ /VIC’ on 5c blue. PO 15/7/ 1889; closed 30/6/1976.

Neerim South: ‘NEERIM SOUT[H]/7SE15/VICTOR[IA]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/2/1883; LPO 1/7/1993. Nerrina: ‘NERRINA/26JY71/VIC-3350’ on 1c green. [Rated PPP]

2719 * A A2 2720 S A A2 2721 * A B1 2722 S A A2 2723 D A A2 2724 D A A1 2725 S A B2 2726 D A1+ 2727 D A1

$30

2729 D A B1

$12

2730 * A

$20 $3 $60

PO 16/9/1861; closed 30/9/1971.

$15

Newham: ‘NEWHAM/1OC47/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI on cover.

Newlands Estate: ‘NEWLANDS ESTATE/7OC58/N14. VIC.’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 4/4/1949; LPO 19/7/1993. Newport: ‘NEWPORT W.15/11AP57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 3,4) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. Renamed from Williamstown Junction PO c.-/11/1881; LPO 16/5/ 1994.

- ‘PAID AT NEWPORT W.15/■■■25SE62/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red. Noble Park: ‘NOBLE PARK/22MY58/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp, arcs 3,2½) on 1/- Lyrebird with 4d claret & 3d green QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. RO 14/11/1910; PO 25/5/1914.

Numurkah: 25mm ‘NUMURKAH/17OC59/VIC’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d blue QEII on cover to Shepparton with blue C6 registration label, strong horizontal crease. PO 2/11/

1878.

- ‘NUMURKAH/20OC56/VIC-AUST’ (A1- backstamp, arcs 7½,7) on 1/6d Hermes & 1d purple QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label, mild stain at BLC. Oakleigh (1): 26mm ‘OAKLEIGH/24MR58/VIC’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/8/1854; replaced by Oakleigh Delivery Centre DC 27/9/1993.

- ‘OAKLEIGH SE.12/7SE59/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp, arcs 3,2) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. - ‘OAKLEIGH S.E.12/2DE58/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp, arcs 1½,1½) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. Olympic Games: ‘XVI. OLYMPIAD/[2 scullers]/2DEC/1956 [single sculler]/BALLARAT VILLAGE-VIC·AUST’ on 4d Olympics on Mappin & Curran pictorial postmark card. - ‘XVI. OLYMPIAD/[canoist]/2DEC1956/BALLARAT VILLAGE VIC·AUST’ on 4d Olympics on Mappin & Curran pictorial postmark card. Omeo (3): Black & white PPC ‘Omeo Glen Wills Road from Benambra Road’, Bulmer photo, unused. PO 1/1/1858; LPO 22/10/

$25

$15 $10

$12 $15

$20 $20 $25

27/9/1993.

$15

1994.

$10

27/10/1993; closed 25/8/1999.

$40

LPO 9/11/1993.

Port Fairy (2): 27mm ‘[P]ORT FAIRY/28NO36/V[IC.]’ on 2d red SA Centenary. Renamed from Belfast PO 20/7/1887; LPO 19/11/1997. Port Fairy North: ‘PORT FAIRY NORTH/25AU66/[VIC]-AUST’ on 4c red. [Rated PPP] PO 13/8/1888; closed 31/10/1968. Port Melbourne: ‘PORT MELBOURNE/20AU38/VIC-AUST’ (arcs ½,.). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Sandridge PO 6/3/1884. - framed ‘M[ONEY ORD]ER/NO29/23/PORT MELBOURNE’ on 1½d green KGV. [Rated PPP] - ‘PAID-AT-PORT-MELBOURNE-S.C.7/1D-9AP40/VIC’. - ‘PAID-AT-PORT-MELBOURNE-S.C.7/ 12JA65/VIC’ (time turned off) in red.

2737 * A A2 2738 D A2

2740 D A1

$12

Renamed from Parwan R.S. PO 1/7/1914; closed 30/4/1962.

Pomonal: ‘POMONAL/__.__/25NOV1922/__.__/VICTORIA’ on 2d red KGV embossed Envelope, re-addressed from Moyston to Coburg. Renamed from Mona PO 10/10/1904; LPO 1/9/1994. Poowong: ‘POOW[ONG]/9AU10/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink on cover. PO c.-/1/1878; LPO 4/8/1993. - ‘POOW[ONG]/22MY17/VICT[ORIA]’ on 1d red KGV. Port Albert: ‘RELIEF/2MY85/78/VIC-AUST’ on 30c on cover. [Used 10/1/1985-29/5/1985.] Renamed from Alberton PO 1/1/1856;

2736 D A B1

2745 D A1 2746 D A1

$10

Paynesville: unframed ‘PAYNESVILLE/JE9/19/VICTORIA’, on 1½d brown KGV. Renamed from Toonallook PO 1/2/1886; LPO 25/2/

2735 S A B3

$12

LPO 21/6/1993.

Pascoe Vale South: ‘PASCOE VALE STH/22OC59/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/8/1927; LPO

Power’s Creek (2): ‘POWER’S CREEK/15JY74/VIC’ on 1969 Xmas. RO 18/3/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1980. Powlett Plains: ‘POWLETT PL[AINS]/10SP[?]/[VIC.]’ on 1½d red Die II KGV pair. PO 14/1/1871; RO 14/11/1921; PO 1/7/1927;

2743 D A B1 2744 * A B1

$12

Paradise: ‘[P]ARADISE/8JL35/[VIC]’ on rejoined ½d orange KGV pair. PO 20/5/1891; TO 1/2/1966; closed 14/3/1973. Parkdale: ‘PARKDALE/10NO58/VIC.’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/Lyrebird & 3½d red QEII x2 on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. RO 6/1/1921; PO 1/12/1923; LPO 1/11/1993. Parwan: ‘PARWAN/28JE15/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPP]

2734 D A A1

2742 D A2

1993.

Ormond (2): recut ‘ORMOND/28MY38/VICTORIA’ on 3d blue KGVI on 2d Envelope with blue registration label. PO 22/7/1907;

Portland West: ‘PORTLAND WEST/23FE62/VIC’ on 1961 Xmas.

$12

$15

2747 * A- B1

2748 * A B1-

2751 D A B2 2752 D B1 2753 D A A1 2754 * A A2 2755 * A B1 2756 S A B2 2757 D A A1 2758 * A A1 2759 D A B1 2760 D A2 2761 D A A12762 D B1

$15 $15

2763 D B1 2764 * A A1-

$3 $50

2765 * A

$30

2766 D A A1-

$40 $10

2767

$10

A

$10 $10

$5 $40

c.1904; PO 1/7/1927; closed 12/1/1974.

$25

RO 10/1/1908; PO 1/1/1913; closed 20/6/1970.

$25

closed 29/11/1958.

Prahran: ‘PRAHRAN/6AU71/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5½) on 7c cutout. PO 1/4/1853. - ‘PRAHRAN/31AU50/[VIC]-AUST’ (arcs 6½,6) backstamp on cover from Hobart, violet boxed ‘[U]NCLAIMED/[AT] PRAHRAN’ (B2) on back & front. [Rated PPP] - framed ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/½D/JE2/04/VIC’ (D sideways - cutto-shape). [Rated PPP] - ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/—-31AU60/VIC’ (Price turned off - arcs 3½,5) in red. - ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/ 17FE70/VIC’ (time turned off - arcs 3½,5) in red. - large oval ‘[PARCEL P]OST/(blank boxed centre)/PRAHRAN’ (B2) on small mult 1/- Roo block of 6. Prahran East: ‘PR[A]HRAN EAST/1SE66/VIC’ backstamp. PO 13/10/1913; LPO 29/10/1993.

- ‘RELIEF/4MR63/52/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue. Preston: ‘PRESTON/1OC59/VIC-AUST’ (A1- backstamp, arcs 3½,1½) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/3/1856. - ‘PAID AT PRESTON/1D-10DE38/VIC’ in black. - ‘PAID AT PRESTON/—?-1FE57/VIC-AUST’ in black. [Rated PPP] Preston East: ‘PRESTON EAST /16MR62/VIC-AUST’ (N.19? removed) on 2/- on Business Reply Post cover with blue ‘PRESTON EAST N.18’ registration label. [Rated PPP] PO 1/7/

$20 $15 $15 $50 $40 $10 $10 $50 $15 $15 $15 $30 $30

1927; renamed Reservoir South PO 3/10/1988.

$80

15/9/1993.

$20

Preston South (2): ‘PRESTON SOUTH/12JY57/VIC’ (A1backstamp) on 1/6d Hermes & 1d purple QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 19/12/1927; LPO

2749 * A A1+ - ‘PRESTON STH.N.18/6JY55/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,1½) on Cobb & Co plain addressed FDC. 2750 * A A1- Public Offices: ‘PUBLIC OFFICES/1FE51/VIC’ on 2/Aboriginal Art pair & 9d Platypus on OHMS cover to Great Malvern, England, with blue C6 registration label. RH 22/9/1885;

$20

$8

closed c.1982.

2733 D A A1

2741 S A B2

$20

- ‘PAID-AT-PORT-MELBOURNE / (S.C.7 removed) in red. Port Melbourne West: ‘PORT MELBOURNE WEST S.C.7/ 22SE59/VIC.’ on 1/7d. PO 1/6/1935, provisionally closed 19/10/1981;

2732 D A B2

2731 D A1

2739 D A1 $20

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Portland: ‘Commemorating/VICTORIA’S 150th/ ANNIVERSARY/PORTLAND/VIC. 3305/19 NOVEMBER 1984’ on 30c Vic Sesquicentenary pair on Portland commemorative cover. PO 4/12/1841. - violet boxed ‘POSTMASTER/28OCT1981/PORTLAND 3305’. [Rated PPP] Portland North: ‘PORTLAND NORTH/5JE73/VIC’ on 7c. RO

$30

Renamed from Little Bendigo PO 1/11/1881; RO c.1903; PO c.1905; closed 20/10/1971.

2717 * A- A1- Pennydale: ‘PENNYDALE S.22/6NO58/VIC·AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with provisional blue C6 registration label, some mild insect damage. PO 3/3/1958; LPO 2718 * B B2

2728 D A1

‘NANNEELA/3AP74/VIC-3561’

$10

PO c.1902; replaced by Collins Street East PO 20/6/1969.

$40

RO 8/11/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1966.

$30

Pura Pura: ‘PURA PURA/24NO59/VIC-AUST’ on 1959 Xmas.

Pyramid Hill: ‘PYRAMID HILL/22 MR 61/VIC-AUST’ (time removed and dateline spaced). [Rated PPPP] PO 17/11/1875; LPO

1/7/1994. $100 - ‘PYRAMID HILL/2JY66/VIC-AUST’ on 4c. $10 10-A12NO84 Quambatook: ‘QUAMBATOOK/PAID/ /VIC-AUST3540’ (the only recorded date) in red. [Rated PPPP] $150 Rangeview: ‘RELIEF/21JA87/73/VIC-AUST’ on unaddressed 36c Building PSE. PO 15/9/1955; LPO 29/10/1993. $10 Rialto (1): framed ‘TE[LEGR]APH OFFICE/OC16/17/RIALTO’, on 1d red KGV. Renamed from The Rialto PO c.1902; replaced by King Street PO 19/11/1965. $10 Richmond (2): ‘RELIEF/14AU46/NO24’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Used 5/8/46-17/12/46] PO 1/1/1858. $5 Rochester: 30mm ‘ROCHESTER/15OC41/VIC’, on 9d Platypus, on air cover to Jerusalem. PO 11/5/1863; LPO 2/11/1998. $10 Safety Beach: ‘SAFETY BEACH/7MR74/VIC-AUST’ on 7c Agate. PO 1/10/1953; closed 5/12/1974. $30 Sale: ‘PAID AT SALE/— -2JE64/VIC-AUST’ in red. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Flooding Creek PO 1/1/1854. $40 Sale North: light ‘SALE NORTH/21AU65/VIC-AUST’ on 2/5d Wren. PO 1/11/1951; LPO 13/7/1994. $15 Sandhurst: oval ‘SANDHURST/[crown]/JU*1/1855/VICTORIA’ on piece. Renamed from Bendigo Creek PO 1/1/1854; renamed Bendigo PO 8/5/1891. $15 - oval ‘SANDHURST/MY-15/59/VICTORIA’ on piece (cut-toshape). $10 Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 3: ‘MIL.P.O. SEYMOUR/3/5AP40/VICAUST’ on 1d green QM on cover to Richmond, Vic, with boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (A1) in red. PO 10/11/1939; renamed Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 17 PO 31/7/ 1941. $30 Sorrento: Tinted PPC of ‘St Paul’s Rocks, Back Beach Sorrento’, used. PO 10/1/1871. $12 Spencer Street: ‘LATE FEE/545P26MY15/SPENCER [ST] VIC’, #310 on 1d red KGV pair. PO 4/6/1917; replaced by King Street PO 20/11/1965. $6 St. Albans: Official program for opening of new PO on 11/6/ 1968, includes a few historical notes. PO 22/10/1888. $5


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 St. Andrews: ‘ST.ANDREWS/26FE38/VIC.’. Renamed from St.

Andrew PO c.-/6/1923; LPO 25/6/1993.

St. George’s Road, Thornbury: ‘ST.GEORGES RD. THORNBURY /12OC68/VIC.’ (N17 removed) on 2c green. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/9/1936; closed 1/7/1977. St. Kilda (2): coloured PPC of ‘Yacht Race, St Kilda’, unused. Renamed from Windsor PO 1/7/1858; closed 2/2/2001.

- unframed ‘ST 24mm KILDA/NO18/07/VIC[TORIA]’ (left arc points inwards) on 3d orange. [Only recorded used for 12 months.] - 25mm ‘[S]T.KILDA/27MY29/[V]IC.’ on 3d blue KGV. [Rated PPP] - ‘ST KILDA S.2./24DE53/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,2½) on 9d on 3½d Envelope with blue registration label. - ‘ST KILDA S.2./25NO61/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,2½) on 5d Xmas on 8th VPA Congress cover. - ‘ST KILDA /19JY68/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4,2 - S.2. removed). [Rated PPP - recorded used July 1968 only.] - ‘PAID AT ST KILDA S.2/2D15FE51/VIC-AUST’ on cover to Myers Melbourne. - ‘ST KILDA/PAID/25OC[7]8/VIC-AUST-3182’ in red. [Rated PPPP.] - violet double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/26AUG1981/ST. KILDA, VIC, 3182’. [Rated PPPP] St. Kilda R.S.: ‘ST KILDA RLY STN/2JA18/VIC’ (arcs 5,5) on 9d & 1/- Roos (faults). [Rated PPP] Renamed from St. Kilda West PO 1/10/1886; replaced by St. Kilda West PO 24/10/1970.

‘ST

RAIL./-8 AP 59/VIC-AUST’

KILDA (spaced dateline) on unaddressed Royal 2/- Flannel Flower FDC. T - unframed ‘M.O.& S.B/AP3/01/S KILDA R[Y] STN’ (recut) on 4d olive. St. Kilda Road: ‘ST KILDA ROAD S.C.2/26JA46/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI perf ‘VG’ pair (1 damaged). PO 2/5/1938. - light ‘ST KILDA ROAD/PAID/330P28MR85/VIC AUST 3004’ in red. [Recorded used for less than 1 year.] St. Kilda South: ‘ST KILDA SOUTH/16MY38/VIC’ on 5d KGV. PO 27/10/1913.

- light ‘ST.KILDA SOUTH S.2./19AU64/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,1) on 6d Thornbill on unaddressed WCS FDC. - ‘ST. KILDA SOUTH/PAID/21JY72/VIC-AUST-3182’ in red. Stamp Bourse: ‘RELIEF/1JE85/5/VIC-AUST’ on 1c Lizard on unaddressed VSPC Ausipex ‘84. PO 1/6/1985; closed 2/6/1985. Surrey Hills: ‘PAID AT SURREY HILLS /14DE72/VIC-AUST’ (E.10 removed, dateline centered) on window envelope. PO 1/10/ 1884; LPO 21/6/1993.

Taggerty: ‘RELIEF/18DE64/87/VIC-AUST’ on 2d. [Used 4/11/ 1964-26/1/1965.] Renamed from Acheron PO 14/9/1893; LPO 1/3/

1994.

2790 D A A2+ Tatura Mil. P.O. No. 2: ‘MIL.P.O. TATURA NO2./3OC41/[VICAUST]’, on 1d green & 3d blue. PO 17/9/1940; closed 3/11/1941. 2791 * A The Hermitage (1): J. W. Lindt PPC of ‘The Hermitage in Summer’, used at Manly. [The Hermitage had, at various times, been an RO, PO & TO.] RO c.1907; closed 23/12/1908. 2792 D A B2 Toolern Vale (2): ‘TOOLERN VALE/18[?]25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Toolern PO c.1907; closed 2/9/1977. 2793 D B2 Wangaratta: oval ‘WANGARATTA/[crown]/MA*13/[?]/ [VICTO]RIA’ reconstructed piece. From Ovens 1/1/1854. 2794 * A2795 D A A2 2796 * A 2797 D B2 2798 * A A1

Renamed from Ovens PO 1/1/1854.

Warburton (3): multi-coloured PPC ‘River Yarra Warburton Victoria’, used. PO c.1884; LPO 30/6/1998. Werribee South: ‘[W]ERRIBEE SOUTH/22AU31/[V]IC’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Duncan’s Road PO 19/7/1926; closed 7/6/

1973.

Williamstown (1): Deane Taylor multi-coloured PPC ‘Off the Strand Williamstown Vic ‘, unused, fine card. PO 1/3/1850; closed 24/8/1979.

- oval ‘WILLIAMS TOWN/[crown]/JA*27/1857/VICTORIA’ (error; 2 words) on piece. Woodend (2): ‘RELIEF/13OC82/96/VIC-AUST’ on 27c on cover. [Used 5/10/1982-17/1/1983.] PO 1/11/1856; LPO 4/5/1998.

VICTORIA | Travelling Post Offices 2799 S A B2 T.P.O. 13: ‘T.P.O.13/13AU26/[VIC.]’ on 1½d red KGV. VICTORIA | Reliefs 2800 S A A2- 3: light clear ‘RELIEF STAMP 3/5MY32/VIC’ on 2d Bridge. [Rated PPPP] 2801 D A A1 5: ‘RELIEF STAMP 5/3MY60/VIC’ on 5d blue. [Rated PP] 2802 * A A1 - red square datehead ‘RELIEF/5/PAID - PAID/1979/4MAY/VICAUST’ machine cancel on cover with crown insignia of Governor on back flap. 9: ‘RELIEF/4JA39/NO.9.’. [Rated PP] 2803 D A1 2804 D A A2 - ‘RELIEF/3DE59/VIC-AUST- 9’ (converted 29) on 5d Xmas. [Rated PP] 2805 D A A2 11: ‘RELIEF/29MY58//NO.11.’ on 4d QEII. 2806 * A B1 15: ‘RELIEF STAMP. VIC./5P-24JY58/NO 15’ on QEII 4d. 2807 * A A1 16: ‘RELIEF/22MR57/NO16.’ on 4d on cover. 2808 D A A1 19: ‘RELIEF/21MR47/NO.19.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PP] 2809 * A A1- 74: ‘RELIEF/3JA84/74/VIC-AUST’ on 30c Butterfly on cover to Melbourne. WESTERN AUSTRALIA 2810 V A1854 Imperf Recess 1d black three good margins SG 1 Cat £180, 2 small surface abrasions. 2811 F A B1 1861 Recess Wmk Swan Very Rough Perf 14-16 1d rose carmine SG 44. 2812 F A A1 1882-85 Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 12 6d lilac SG 85. 2813 * A A1 1884 Surcharges ½ on 1d yellow-ochre SG 89.

$5 $80 $15

2814 *

A B1

2815 * 2816 *

A B1 A B1

2817 ** A- C1

$20

2818 * 2819 *

A A1 A B1

$50

2820 *

A B1

$25

2821 ** A A1

1885-93 Typo Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 14 1d carmine SG 95. - 6d bright violet SG 100. 1895 Surcharged in Green Half-penny on 3d pale brown SG 110. 1902-12 Wmk V/Crown Perf 12½ or 12½x12 1d carmine-rose watermark upright, inverted marginal pair, SG #117a, Cat £36++, crease does not affect appearance. - 2/6d deep blue on rose SG 125. 1905-12 Wmk Crown/Double-Lined A Perf 12½ or 12½x12 1d rose-pink, SG #139, Cat £11. 1912 Wmk Crown/Single-Lined A (Sideways) Perf 11½x12 6d bright violet SG 168. 1912 Surcharges 1d on 2d yellow corner block of 4 SG 172.

$25 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 15-Bar Numerals 2823 S A B2 3: on 1d ochre. Allocated to Ashburton-PO c.-/8/1884; renamed Onslow $30 PO 26/10/1885; renamed Onslow South RO 27/7/1925. 2824 S A B2 5: on 2d yellow. Allocated to Guildford-PO 22/7/1839. $50 2825 S A A2 8: on 2d yellow. Allocated to Fremantle-PO 4/12/1829. 2826 S A- A2 13: on 1d bistre. Allocated to Pinjarra-PO 1/1/1856. $70 2827 S A B2 21: on 1d yellow-ochre. Allocated to Vasse-PO 1/12/1842; renamed Busselton PO c.1900.

$60

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 12-Bar Numerals 2828 S A A2 16: in blue on 1d yellow-ochre. Allocated to York-PO 16/6/1840. $30 2829 D A A2 - on 1½d brown cut-out. 2830 S A- A2 - on 1890 1d carmine. $10 2831 S A B2 17: on 2d grey. Allocated to Derby-PO c.-/6/1884. 2832 S A B2 33: on 2d grey. Allocated to Jarrahdale-TO 11/2/1880; PO c.-/9/1882. $8 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Datestamps $15 2833 D A A2+ Ajana: ‘AJANA/4-OCT32/WESTE[RN AUS]TRALIA’ on 2d red KGV. TO 11/8/1915; RO 1/1/1918; PO 16/11/1922; closed 19/4/1979. $20 2834 S A A2 Armadale: framed ‘ARMADALE/1/AU25/04/W.A’ on 1d red. PO $8

2835 S A B2

$15 $20

2836 * A A1

$6

2837 * A B1

$12 2838 * A A1 $10 $60

2839 S A A2 2840 S A A2

$16

2841 S A A2

$5

2842 D A A2 2843 S A B2

$20

2844 D A A2

$6

2845 * A A1

$6

2846 S A A2 2847 D A A1

$15

2848 S B A2

$30 $8 $15

2849 S A B2 2850 S A A2 2851 * A A1

$80 $20 $15 $15 $15 $8 $5 $5 $20

2852 S A A22853 D A A1 2854 S A B2 2855 S A A2 2856 S A A2-

1/9/1898.

Bakers Hill: ‘[BA]KERS HILL/22APR10/[WESTERN A]USTRALIA’ on 1d pink Swan. RO 1/6/1906; PO 17/5/1907. Balga: ‘BALGA/30SEP1983/W.A. 6061’ (Closing day) on 27c PSE, with 1c Monitor cancelled with ‘NORTHLANDS/ 4OCT1983/W.A. 60[21]’ (A2) opening day. PO 1/12/1964; renamed

Northlands PO 30/9/1983.

Bickley: 2 strikes of ‘BICKLEY/15SEP34/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, unusually on two 1d green KGV newspaper wrapper cut-outs on apparently commercial cover to Perth. RO 1/1/1916; PO 1/11/1924; closed 6/11/1970.

Brookton (2): ‘BROOKTON/18AP55/WESTN AUST’ on 3½d AAT. PO 1/10/1903. Broome: framed ‘BROOME/SP27/09/W.A’ (smaller letters type 3b-b) on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Roebuck Bay PO 1/1/1892. Broomehill: ‘[B]ROOME HIL[L]/24FEB10/[WESTN AUSTRALIA]’ on 1d pink. Replaced Eticup PO c.1889. Bunbury: unframed ‘BUNBURY/OC13/2/WA’ on 1d pink Swan. PO 15/7/1841.

- ‘BUNBURY/8AUG08/[WESTN AUSTRAL]IA’ on 1d pink Swan Burtville: 2 part-strikes of framed ‘BURTVILLE/OC26/07/W.A’ on 1d red swan. PO 1/9/1902; closed 14/2/1928. [Goldmining] Carmel: ‘CARMEL/[?]/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Greens Landing PO c.-/7/1915; closed 31/7/1965.

Cloverdale (2): ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/CLOVERDALE/ 2JAN1992/W.A. 6105/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’, on 45c A95 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. PO 23/2/1970. Collie: ‘COLLIE/13JU1910/[WESTERN AUSTRALIA]’ on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Collie Fields PO 27/10/1899. Cottesloe: ‘COTTESLOE/230P30NO09/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’. RO c.-/10/1894; PO 22/11/1897. Cottesloe Beach: ‘[C]OTTESLOE BEACH/4JY1922/ [WESTE]RN AUSTRALIA’ (A28) on 5d KGV. PO 20/7/1905; renamed Buckland Hill PO 1/1/1931.

Cowaramup: ‘COWARAMUP/?33/[WESTERN AUSTRALIA]’ on KGV 5d. RO c.-/5/1922; PO 1/11/1925. Davyhurst: ‘DAVYHURS[T]/21OCT00/WESTERN [AUSTRALIA]’ on 2d yellow Swan. PO 7/5/1901; RO 1/7/1923; TO

8/12/1926; PO 1/10/1934; TO 12/12/1950; closed 1/11/1957.

Deanmill: ‘DEANMILL/30JE86/WA-6258’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Kakadu PSE. Renamed from No. 1 State Mill Via

Manjimup PO 8/11/1936; closed 30/6/1986.

Denmark (2): ‘DENMARK/30SEP10/W[ESTN AUSTRALIA]’ on 2d yellow Swan. RO 15/2/1908; PO 2/11/1908. Donnybrook: ‘DONNYBROOK/30NOV09/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’. Renamed from Preston PO 13/1/1898. Eucla: ‘EUCLA/27SEP16/[WESTERN A]USTRALIA’ on 1d red KGV. TO 8/12/1877; PO c.1895; closed c.-/3/1927. Greenbushes: ‘GREENBUSHES/18FE09_11—A/W[ESTERN AUST]RALIA’ on 2d yellow Swan. PO 5/5/1891. Greenough: ‘[GRE]ENOUGH/12AUG10/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Greenough Flats PO 1/5/1862; closed 23/5/1970.

2858 D A A1

Gunyidi: ‘GUN[YIDI]/6JL2[1]/WESTN AU[ST.]’ on 2d orange KGV. RO 15/8/1911; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/10/1948. Hakea: ‘HAKEA/14FE45/W.A.’, #C30 on 2½d red KGVI.

$80

2859 D A1-

Halls Creek: ‘HALL’S CREEK/11NO35/W.A.’, #C28, on cut-out.

$40 $35 $30

2860 D A B12861 D A A1-

$6

2857 S A B2

Renamed from No. 4 State Mill PO c.1935; closed 21/6/1952. PO 4/10/1889.

- ‘HALL’S CREEK/27JE74/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c. Halsey: ‘HALSEY/6AP50/W.A’, #C29 on 3d KGV & 5½d stationery cut-out. Renamed from Riverside PO c.-/6/1923; renamed

South Perth Clydesdale Park PO 1/7/1966.

$12 $30 $15 $25 $70 $8 $20 $80

$10 $4 $5 $7 $6 $15 $5 $5 $8 $10 $4 $10 $3

$8

$20 $4 $10 $4 $8 $6 $8 $5 $4 $5 $5 $25 $5 $12 $8 $7 $12 $15 $7 $8 $8 $12 $4 $4 $15


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 2862 S A B2 2863 D A1 2864 D A1 2865 S A A2 2866 D A A1 2867 D A A1 2868 * A A1 2869 S A B2 2870 D A B12871 D A1 2872 D A1 2873 D A A1 2874 D A A1 2875 S A C2 2876 D A A1 2877 D A A1 2878 D A B12879 D A A1 2880 D C2 2881 D B22882 D A B1 2883 D A A1 2884 D A A1 2885 D A A1 2886 D A A12887 D A B12888 D A B12889 D A A12890 D A A1 2891 D A A12892 D A A12893 D A A12894 D A2 2895 D A A2 2896 D A A12897 D A A12898 D A A1 2899 D A A1 2900 D A A12901 D A B2

Hamel: ‘HAMEL/11AP32[W.]A.’, #C28 on 2d Bridge. PO 16/5/ 1904; closed 3/3/1979.

HILL/13JY82/WEST-AUST’,

Hamilton Hill (2): ‘HAMILTON #E30 (LRD by 5 years), on cut-out. PO 1/3/1965. 13JY82 - ‘HAMILTON HILL/ /WA 6163’, #G31 (LRD), on cut-out. Harrismith: ‘HARRISMITH/17OC24/WESTN AUST.’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 16/1/1916; closed 31/3/1982. Harvey (2): ‘HARVEY/23NO43■■■/WESTN AUST.’, #B29T/ B29-a, on 2½d KGVI. PO 1/2/1895. - ‘HARVEY/25FE74/WEST-AUST/’, #E31-a, on 7c QEII. Hearson (2): ‘HEARSON/1P23JE86/WA-6715’ opening day on 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 23/6/1986. Helena Vale: framed ‘HELEN[A VAL]E/1/AP29/99/W.A’ on 2d yellow. Renamed from Midland Junction PO 12/4/1897; renamed Midland Junction PO c.-/6/1901.

Herne Hill (1): ‘HERNE HILL/31MY57/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ #A26 (‘S’ removed) on 3½d QEII. RO 17/11/1922; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Millendon PO 1/5/1967.

Highbury: ‘HIGHBURY/280C30/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A26 on cut-out. Renamed from Wolwolling PO c.1906; closed 29/3/1985. Hillarys (2): ‘HILLARYS/6-A23MY80/1/WA-6035’ and ‘HILLARYS/ 4-P22MY80/2/WA-6035’, on cut-out. PO 22/11/1978. Hines Hill: ‘HINES HILL/26FE79/WA-6413’, #G31, on 20c. PO

12/4/1906; closed 1/8/1983.

Hoffmans Mill: ‘HOFFMAN’S MILL/14SE50/W.A.’, #C31, on 2½d red KGVI. PO 22/6/1908; closed 29/12/1961. Holleton: ‘HOL[LOWS F]IND/8JE33/W.A’ in blue on 2d red KGV.

Renamed from Hollow’s Find RO 26/4/1927; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/1/ 1942.

‘HOLYOAKE/1MR45/WESTN

Holyoake: AUSTRALIA’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/2/1911; closed 24/1/1961. N - ‘HOLYOAKE/27JL48/WEST AUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 2½d KGVI. Hyden: ‘HYDEN/29MR44/W.A.’, #C31, on 2½d KGVI. PO 1/4/ 1933.

‘INGLEWOOD/4OC74/WA-AUST’,

Inglewood: #F31-a, on 10c & 1c. Renamed from Inglewood North PO 30/6/1949. Inglewood Salisbury Park: Poor strike of ‘INGLEWOOD SALISBURY PARK/25JA67/W.A.-AUST’, #Ea31, on cut-out.

Jandakot:

#G31, on 10c. RO 1/3/

1901; PO 3/4/1905; RO 1/1/1917; PO 3/3/1921.

‘JARDEE/26JE43/WESTN

Jardee: AUST’, #B29 on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Jarnadup PO 6/6/1926; closed 30/11/1978. Jarrahdale: 2 strikes of ‘JARRAHDALE/7AU45/W.A’ #C27 on 1d QE x3. TO 11/2/1880; PO c.-/9/1882. - ‘JARRAHDALE/21JL48/W.A’ #C27 on 2½d KGVI. Jarrahwood: ‘JARRAHWOOD/10AP73/WESTN AUST.’, #B29 on 7c WHO. PO 21/7/1912; closed 27/8/1982. Jennacubbine: Light strike of ‘JENNACUBBINE/28NO43/ WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 2½d KGVI. PO 23/11/1908; closed

$4 $4

2914 D A A1

$8 $10 $4 $5 $5 $4

2915 D A A1 2916 D A1

2917 D A B1 2918 D A B12919 D A A12920 S A B2 2921 D A A1 2922 D A A1-

$4

2923 D A A1 2924 D A A1

$30

2925 D A A1 2926 D A A1-

$7 $6

2927 D A B2

$4

2928 D A1

$4

2929 D A A1

$4 $8 $4 $4

2930 D A A1 2931 S A A2 2932 D A A12933 D A B12934 D A A12935 D A B2 2936 D A A1

$5

2937 D A A1 2938 D A A1-

14/4/1975.

$8

2939 D A A1

QEII. PO 1/8/1958. Jingalup: ‘JINGALUP/14??63/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A26, on 5d QEII. RO 1/8/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1971. Jitarning: ‘JITARNING/1AP36/WESTN AUST[.]’, #B29 on 2d KGV. RO 16/2/1918; PO 1/7/1920; closed 24/12/1975. Jurien: ‘JURIEN/22MR74/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c QEII. PO 1/10/

$4

2940 D A A12941 D A B1

Jerramungup: ‘JERRAMUNGUP/20JE66/WA-AUST, #F31, on 4c

1966.

Kalamunda: ‘KALAMUNDA/1AU50/W.A’ #C28 on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Gooseberry Hill PO 1/12/1903. - ‘KALAMUNDA/17JY72/WEST AUST’, #Ea31, on 7c QEII. - ‘PAID AT KALAMUND[A]/31OC75/WEST AUST’ in red. Renamed

$4 $5 $4

2942 D A B2 2943 D A B12944 D A A1-

$4 $4

2945 D A A1

from Gooseberry Hill PO 1/12/1903.

$3

2946 D A B1

1/7/1929.

$5 $4

2947 D A B1-

$4

2948 D A A1

$4

2949 D A B2

Kalannie: ‘KALANNIE/6JE47/W.A.’ on 2½d Shortland. Opened

- ‘KALANNIE/8JE47/W.A.’, #C28, on 2½d KGVI. PO 1/7/1929. Kalbarri: Light strike of ‘KALBARRI/17JY73/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c. - ‘KALBARRI/17AUG1984/W.A. 6536’, #G32R-b, on 30c 1984 Olympics. PO 1/2/1963. Kambalda: ‘KAMBALDA/13FE74/WA-6442’, #G31, on 7c QEII. PO 1/6/1967.

Kambalda West: ‘KAMBALDA WEST/8AP81/WA-6444’, #G31, on 22c. PO c.-/3/1972. Kanowna: ‘KANOWNA/8OCT37/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 2d red KGVI. Renamed from White Feather PO 23/1/1895; closed

$4 $4

31/10/1952.

$4

1/4/1933.

$6 $4

- ‘KARLGARIN/30MR76/WA-6358’, #G31, on 18c. Karragullen: ‘KARRAGULLEN/19AP56/WESTN AUST’, #B27, on cut-out. RO 1/12/1913; PO 1/8/1916; closed 31/8/1973. Karratha: ‘KARRATHA/14MY73/WA-6714’, #G31-b, on 7c QEII.

2909 D A A1

2913 D A1

$5

‘JANDAKOT/6DE74/WA-6164’,

2903 D A A1 2904 D B1-

2907 D A B12908 D A1

$3

1959; renamed Inglewood North PO 1/7/1966.

Karlgarin: ‘KARLGARIN/22DE66/W.A.’, #C31, on 4c QEII. PO

2906 D A1

2911 D A A1 2912 D A1

$4

Inglewood Walter Road: Light strike of ‘INGLEWOOD WALTER RD./4JA63/WEST-AUST’, #Ea31 on cut-out. PO 1/7/

2910 D A A1

$4 $4

Renamed from Bedford Park PO 1/7/1966; closed 19/11/1979.

2902 D A A1-

2905 D A A1

$8

PO 23/11/1970.

- ‘KARRATHA/26MAY1980/W.A. 6714’, #G33R-c (ERD) in violet, on cut-out. Karridale: ‘KARRIDALE/23MY47/W.A’, #C29, on 2½d KGVI. - ‘KARRIDALE/7JA82/WA-6288’, #G31, on cut-out. PO 11/4/1893; RO 21/7/1922; PO 11/6/1925.

Karrinyup:

1/4/1965.

‘KARRINYUP/8JE77/WA-AUST’,

#F31, on 18c. PO

$5 $4 $5 $4 $4 $4

2950 D A B2 2951 D A B1 2952 D A A1 2953 D A B12954 D A C2 2955 D A B1 2956 D A B12957 D A A1-

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Katanning: ‘KATANNING/28AUG.50/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25 (frame worn away), on 2½d KGVI. Replaced Moojebup PO

1/7/1889.

- ‘KATANNING/13AP66/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 4c QEII. Kellerberrin: ‘KELLERBERRIN/27.FE.1924/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A28, on cut-out. - ‘KELLERBERRIN/19JE24/WESTN AUST.’, #B27 with ‘UNCLAIMED’, on cut-out. - ‘KELLERBERRIN/17MY74/WA-6410’, #G31, on 7c QEII. PO c.-/9/ 1894.

Kelmscott: ‘KELMSCOTT/12JY39/W.A.’, #C31, on 2d KGVI. ‘KELMSCOTT/1/18JUL1983/W.A/6111’, #G33R-a-1, ‘KELMSCOTT/2/19MAR1980/W.A/6111’, #G33R-b-2, ‘KELMSCOTT/3/18AUG1981/W.A/6111’, #G33R-c-3, on cutouts. PO c.-/1/1884. Kendenup: ‘KENDENUP/26JL44/WESTERN AUSTRLIA’, #A27, on 2½d KGVI. - ‘KENDENUP/18MY76/WA-6323’, #G31, on 18c. PO 1/9/1921. Keysbrook: ‘KEYSBROOK/18AP72/WA-AUST’, #F31 (PWM 65), on 7c QEII. RO 1/7/1906; PO 1/2/1912. Kirupp: ‘[K]IRUPP/29JUN07/[WESTERN AUSTRA]LIA’, #A25-a on 2d Swan. PO 23/8/1905; renamed Kirup PO 15/9/1913. - ‘KIRUP/15MR79/WA-6251’, #G31, on 20c. Kojonup: ‘KOJONUP/8-JAN48/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 2½d KGVI. - ‘KOJONUP/1NO74/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c & 3c. PO 18/10/1864. Kondinin: ‘KONDININ/9MY49/WESTN AUST.’, #B29-b, on 2½d KGVI. PO 22/6/1916. - ‘KONDININ/22JY74/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c. Kondut: ‘KONDUT/?0AP47/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A30, on 2½d KGVI. RO 17/9/1923; PO 15/11/1924; closed 31/8/1982. Kookynie (2): ‘KOOKYNIE/27??48/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 2½d Newcastle Sesquicentenary cut-to-shape. PO 15/1/1945; closed 2/7/1979.

Koolan Island (2): ‘KOOLAN ISLAND/27JY82/WA-AUST’, #F31b, on cut-out. PO 1/9/1962. Koolyanobbing: ‘KOOLYANOBBING/22AP68/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 5c blue QEII. PO 29/11/1965; closed 1/8/1983. Koondoola: ‘KOONDOOLA/9SEP1987/W.A. 6064’, #G32R-b in violet, on 27c Sentimental Bloke. PO 3/7/1978. Koorda: ‘KOORDA/11MR36/WESTN AU[ST.]’ on 1d green KGV.

$4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4

$8 $4 $4 $4 $5 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $7 $4 $4 $8 $4

PO 1/2/1918.

$3 $4 $4

30/11/1976.

$5

- ‘KOORDA/30NO45/W.A.’, #C30, on 2½d red KGVI. - ‘KOORDA/22SE71/WEST AUST’, #Ea31, on 6c orange QEII. Korrelocking: ‘KORRELOCKING/14OC24/WESTN AUST.’, #B28, on 1½d KGV cut-to-shape. RO 9/3/1911; PO 1/8/1911; closed Kudardup: ‘KUDARDUP/21JE46/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A27, on 2½d red KGVI. RO 1/5/1922; PO c.1924; closed 31/10/1979. Kukerin: ‘KUKERIN/■■20JA48?/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, in 2½d red KGVI. RO 6/5/1913; PO 1/11/1914. - ‘KUKERIN/17FE81/WA-6352’, #G31, on 22c. Kulikup: ‘KULIKUP/24SE45/W.A.’, #C30, on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Eulin Siding PO 1/10/1912; closed c.1976.

Kulin: ‘KULIN/14AP48/WESTN AUST’, #B29-c, on 2½d red KGVI. - ‘KULIN/25MR76/WA-6365’, #G31, on 18c. PO 4/5/1915. Kulja: ‘KULJA/24JL42/W.A.’, #C30, on 2½d KGVI. PO 15/7/1928;

closed 20/12/1972.

Kundip (1): KUNDI[P]/2MAR07/WEST[ERN AUS]TR[ALIA]’, #A25 (ERD), on ½d green Swan. PO 15/5/1905; closed 31/3/1931. Kununoppin: ‘KUNUNOPPIN/20MY44/WESTN AUST.’, #B27, on 2½d red KGVI. PO 28/11/1911. - ‘KUNUNOPPIN/10JE48/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A26, on 2½d red KGVI. Kununurra: ‘KUNUNURRA/19AU67/WA-AUST’, #F31-a, on 4c QEII. PO 1/9/1960. Kweda: ‘KWEDA/27AU42/W.A’, #C28 on 2½d red KGVI. TO 7/5/

$4 $4 $4 $8 $4 $4 $6 $6 $4 $4 $4

1918; PO 1/11/1928; closed 28/2/1963.

$50

1975.

$20

Kwinana Beach: Light strike of ‘KWINANA BEACH/29AU62/ WEST AUST’. Renamed from Kwinana PO 16/9/1957; closed 30/9/ Kwolyin: ‘KWOLYIN/20AU59/WESTN AUST.’, #B28, on 4d QEII. PO 26/11/1913; closed 5/10/1967. Lagrange: ‘LA GRANGE BAY/23MY54/W.A.’, #C30 and ‘BROOME/5-P24MY54/W.A’, #C31T, on 6½d KGVI on Air Mail cover. TO 9/4/1889; PO 13/12/1926; closed 16/12/1960. Lake Biddy: ‘LAKE BIDDY/8NO57/W.A.’, #C29, on 4d QEII. RO 1/4/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/11/1980.

Lake Grace: ‘LAKE GRACE/18JE36/W.A.’, #C30, on 2d Telephone line Tas. to Vic. RO 1/4/1914; PO 1/7/1919. - ‘LAKE GRACE/2OC73/WA-6353’, #G31-a, on 7c QEII. Lake King: ‘LAKE KING/28AP49/W.A.’, #C30, on 2½d red KGVI. TO 13/4/1931; PO 16/8/1933. Lakewood: ‘LAKE[WOOD]/??????/WEST-AUST’, #E31 with blue registration label, on 5½d Emu. PO 12/11/1938; closed 30/6/

$4 $6 $5 $5 $4 $4

1965.

$8

PO 1/2/1952.

$4

1914; PO 16/10/1925.

$4

Lancelin: ‘LANCELIN/10AU73/WEST-AUST’, #E31, on 7c QEII. Latham: ‘LATHAM/30OC56/W.A.’, #C29, on 4d QEII. RO 1/8/

Laverton: ‘LAVERTON/10JUN48/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25, on 2½d red KGVI. PO 13/9/1899. 2958 D B1 Lawlers: ‘LAWLERS/20JU.1909/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A28, on cut-out. RO 1/10/1895; PO 16/8/1896; closed 27/9/1950. 2959 D A A1+ Learmonth: ‘LEARMONTH/7MR58/WEST-AUST.’ on 6½d orange. PO 23/6/1954; closed 4/2/1975.

$4 $8 $8


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 Leederville: ‘LEEDERVILLE/11SE75/WA 6077’, #G31-c, on 18c. PO 11/9/1897. Leonora: ‘LEONORA/18.MAY31/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 1½d red KGV & ½d orange KGV. PO 22/10/1897. - ‘LEONORA/3JY67/WA-AUST’, #F31(ERD), on 4c QEII. Lesmurdie (2): Light strikes of ‘LESMURDIE/7OC58/WEST AUST’, #E30, on 4d QEII. PO 1/11/1938. Linden: ‘LINDEN/30OC50/WESTN AUST’, #B29, on 2½d KGVI. RO 13/5/1908; PO 1/7/1912; closed 13/2/1952.

Lockyer: ‘LOCKYER/8SE70/WEST-AUST’, #E31, on 5c blue QEII. Renamed from Mitchell Park PO c.-/9/1954. Lomos: ‘LOMOS/11AU36/W.[A]’, #C30, on 2d Telephone line Victoria to Tasmania. RO 8/3/1918; PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/7/1952; closed

2973 D A A1 2974 S A A2 2975 S A B3 2976 * A A1 2977 D A A1 2978 * A A1 2979 D A A1 2980 S A B2 2981 * A A1 2982 S A B22983 * A A1

2984 D A A12985 D A A1 2986 D A A12987 S B2 2988 D A A1 2989 D A B12990 D A1 2991 D A B1 2992 D A A1 2993 D A1 2994 D B A1 2995 D A A1 2996 D A B12997 D A B1 2998 * A A1

3010 D A A1

3012 S A B2

Farrer. PO 5/5/1910; closed 22/12/1965. Manjimup: ‘MANJIMUP/13MAR1981/W.A. 6258’ (#G34R-b small narrow letters). [PMI records use for 3 yrs only.] PO 5/2/ 1912.

‘MANJIMUP/PAID/29AP83/W-AUST-6258’

on plain cover to Alexandria NSW. N Maylands: ‘MAYLANDS/13MY31/WEST AUST’, on 2d red KGV. PO 1/12/1902. Meekatharra: ‘MEEKATHARRA/4NOV45/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.-/7/1900; PO 15/8/1902. Mends Street: ‘MENDS STREET/10OC68/WEST-AUST’ (‘S’-’S’ = 5mm) on Olympics 5c. PO 10/7/1939; renamed South Perth 5/7/

1982.

Menzies: unframed duplex ‘MENZIES/1/JA30/09/WE[STERN AU]STRALIA - [P.O]’ (short arcs DxPO-c) on 2d yellow Swan. RO

$10

3013 D A1-

$5

3014 * A B1

$10

3015 D A A1

$5

3016 D A A1-

$6 $5

3017 S A A13018 S A13019 * A A1

1/3/1895; PO c.-/10/1895.

$5

from Boyndlie Park PO c.1927; TO 2/7/1963; closed 10/2/1965.

$8

3020 D A B2

Junction PO 1/7/1962.

$4

3021 D A1

/4/1892.

$5

3022 D A B1-

Metricup: ‘METRIC[UP]/5MR37/[W.A]’ on KGV 2d red. Renamed

Midland: ‘(2)/MIDLAND/22JAN1992/WA 6056’, on 45c A73 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. Renamed from Midland Mingenew: ‘MINGINEW/445P1JE78/WA-6522’, on 18c Tree. PO c.Mirrabooka: ‘MIRRABOOKA/4OCT1983/W.A. 6061’ opening day on 27c Agricultural Colleges PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Turana PO 4/10/1983.

Morawa:

‘MORAWA/2JUL68/WESTN

from Morowa PO 16/11/1915.

AUSTRALIA’. Renamed

Noongaar: ‘NOONGAAR/4AP32/[W.A]’ on 2d Bridge. RO 15/12/

1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 19/11/1953.

Noranda: 2 strikes of ‘NORANDA/1SEP1983/W.A. 6062’ (Opening Day) on 2c and 25c, unaddressed. PO 1/9/1983. Norseman: framed ‘NORSEMAN/JU19/08/W.A’ on 1d pink Swan. RO c.-/4/1895; PO 1/2/1896. Northlands: ‘NORTHLANDS/4OCT1983/W.A. 6021’ (opening day), on 1c Monitor, with ‘BALGA/30SEP1983/W.A. 6061’ (A1) Closing day cancelling 27c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Balga PO 4/10/1983.

Nungarin: ‘NUNGARIN/28MY52/WEST-AUST’, #E30, on 1d Princess Elizabeth. PO 28/8/1911. Nyabing: ‘NYABING/21.JUN.58/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on 1/- Lyrebird cut-to-shape. Renamed from Nampup PO 1/1/1913. Ongerup: ‘ONGERUP/24FE66/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 4c QEII. RO

$10

3023 D A1-

$5

3024 D A A1

$12 $8 $5

$8

3025 D A1 3026 D A1 3027 * A A1 3028 * A A1

$4

3029 * A A1

$4

3030 D A A1-

1/3/1914; PO 8/8/1914.

$4

South RO 27/7/1925.

$4

3032 S A A1-

$4

3033 S A A1-

$4

3034 D A B1-

Onslow (1): ‘ONSLOW/SP29/00/[W.A]’, #3b, on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Ashburton PO 26/10/1885; renamed Onslow Onslow (2): ‘ONSLOW/5OC38/WEST. AUST’, #E31-b, on 2d KGVI. PO 27/7/1925. Palmyra (2): ‘PALMYRA/3A59/WEST-AUST’, #E31-a, on 4d QEII. PO 17/9/1945. - ‘PALMYRA/(1)/24APR1986/W.A. 6157’, #G33R-(1)-d, on official mail cut-out. Pantapin: ‘PANTAPIN/9JUN53/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, on 3½d QEII cut-to-shape. Renamed from Ulaking RO c.-/10/1920; PO 1/11/ 1924; closed 28/2/1983.

Paraburdoo: ‘PARABURDOO/15JUN1980/W.A. 6754’ G34R-a (ERD) in violet on 22c. PO 22/7/1970. - ‘PARABURDOO/18APR1986/W.A. 6754’, #Gd/c29R-b (ERD), on official mail cut-out. Pemberton: ‘PEMBERTON/27APR32/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D28, on 2d Bridge (tear). Renamed from Big Brook PO 1/11/1915. - ‘PEMBERTON/8OC68/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 5c stationery cutout. Perenjori: ‘PERENJORI/24SEP59/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on 4d QEII. RO 29/3/1913; PO 16/11/1915. - ‘PERENJORI/5SE64/WEST AUST’, #Ea31, on 5d QEII. Perth Business Centre: ‘(3)/PERTH/BUSINESS CENTRE/ 8SEP1994/WA 6849’, on 45c B89 Frama on unaddressed cover.

$4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4

3031 D A1

3035 D A B13036 D A A1 3037 D A B2 3038 D A A13039 * A A1

3040 * A A1

$4 $4

3041 D A A1

Replaced Stirling Street PO 10/9/1993.

$4

3042 D A A1-

from Mourambine PO 4/10/1889.

$4 $4

3043 D A1

Pingelly: ‘PINGELLY/OC27/06/WA’, #3b, on 2d Swan. Renamed

3000 D A B13001 D A A1

- ‘PINGELLY/23FE50/W.A.’, #C30, on 2½d KGVI. - ‘PINGELLY/20DE71/WEST AUST’, #Ea30, on 7c Christmas 1971. Pingrup: ‘PINGRUP/18??48/W.A’, #C28, on 2½d Farrer. RO

3003 D A A1 3004 S A A1-

3009 D A A1

$5

2999 S B1-

3002 D A B2

$4

3008 D A B1-

1870; RO 1/11/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1973.

2968 D A A2

2972 D A A1

$12

3007 D A B2

3011 D A B1

Lyalls Mill: ‘LYALLS MILL/9SE48/WESTN AUST.’, #B28 on 2½d

2971 D A B1

$7

3006 D A1

$7

Ludlow: ‘LUDLOW/21AP56/W.A.’, #C30, on 4d QEII. PO 13/8/

2970 * A A1

$10 $4

3005 D A A1

5/5/1966.

2967 D A B2

2969 D A A1-

$4

8/7/1924; PO 1/12/1925.

‘PINGRUP/18JY84/WA-6343’,

#G31, on 30c. Pinjarra (2): framed ‘PINJARRAH/OC24/08/W.A.’, #3b-a, on 2d yellow Swan. PO 1/1/1856.

$4 $4 $4 $4

- ‘PINJARRA/9JAN1978/W.A. 6208’, in violet #G33R-a, on 6c QEII. - ‘PINJARRA/PAID/445P10MR86/W-AUST-6208’, in red H33T, on cut-out. Popanyinning: ‘POPANYINNING/23JA56/WESTN AUST’, #B29, on 3½d QEII cut-to-shape. Renamed from Popanying Pool PO c.1907.

- light strikes of ‘POPANYINNING/3SE63/WA-AUST’, #F31 (ERD), on 5d blue QEII. Port Hedland: ‘PT. HEDLAND/19AP32/W.A.’, #C30-a (ERD), on 2d Bridge cut-to-shape. PO 28/11/1898. - ‘PORT HEDLAND/30.APR.32/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25, on 2d Bridge. - ‘PORT HEDLAND/PAID/-2MY86/WA-AUST-6721’ in red on piece. PO 28/11/1898. Princess Royal: ‘PRINCESS ROY[AL]/JU22/[0?]/[W.A.]’, #3b, on 2d yellow Swan. PO 1/8/1903; RO 1/6/1913; closed 14/12/1914.

[Goldmining]

Quairading: ‘QUAIRADING/16OC29/W.A’, #C28, on cut-out. PO

15/9/1908.

- ‘QUAIRADING/PAID/14SE86/W-AUST-6383’, #H33 in red on cut-out. Quindanning: ‘QUINDANNING/12FE82/WA-6391’, #G33, on 24c.

$4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $6 $10 $4 $12

Renamed from Daylerking PO 1/10/1912.

$4

PO c.-/6/1974.

$8

Quinns Rocks (1): ‘QUINNS ROCKS/22NO72/WA-6065’, #G31-B WA 6065 on 7c QEII cut-to-shape. PO 1/5/1968; renamed Quinns Ravensthorpe: framed ‘RAVENSTHORPE/NO26/14/W.A’, #3b on 1d Roo. PO 29/1/1901. - RAVENSTHORPE/23.APR.32/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25 (Ring wore rapidly), on 2d Bridge. Redmond: ‘REDMOND/30AP85/WESTN AUST.’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Mulikupp PO 7/10/1912;

$5 $4

closed 30/4/1985.

$8

renamed Riverton Forum PO c.1988.

$5

Riverton Bridge: 2 light strikes of ‘RIVERTON BRIDGE/1NO55/ WEST-AUST’, #E31, on 6d Kookaburra & 1d QEII. PO 1/10/1946;

- ‘RIVERTON BRIDGE/15APR1986/W.A. 6155’, #32R-a, on official mail cut-out. Rivervale: ‘RIVERVALE/16DE53/WEST-AUST’, #E31, on 6½d QEII. Renamed from Burswood PO c.1918; renamed Burswood PO

$4

- ‘RIVERVALE/PAID/7MR86/W-AUST-6103’, in red #H33 on cutout. Rockingham (1): ‘ROCKINGHAM/4AP50/WESTN AUST.’, #B29, on 2½d KGV. PO 20/12/1864; renamed Rockingham Beach PO

$6

28/10/1994.

$4

1/9/1980.

$4

PO 20/7/1981.

$4 $4

Rockingham (2): ‘ROCKINGHAM/1/11OCT1982/W.A. 6168’, #G33R-1-[I]-c, on official mail cut-out. Replaced Rockingham South

- ‘ROCKINGHAM/1FEB1983/W.A. 6168’, #G33R-a, on cut-out. - ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/2JAN1992/ROCKINGHAM W.A. 6168’, on 45c A61 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. - ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/8SEP1994/ROCKINGHAM W.A. 6168’, on 45c B70 Frama on unaddressed cover. Replaced Rockingham

South PO 20/7/1981.

- ‘ROCKINGHAM/3APR1996/W.A. 6168’, on 45c A56 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. Rockingham Beach: ‘ROCKINGHAM BEACH (2)/ 10NOV1980/W.A. 6168’, #G33R-(2)-[I]-b, on 55c & 40c. Renamed from Rockingham PO 1/9/1980.

- ‘Rockingham Beach/(2)/15APR1986/WA 6168’, #G33R-(2)-[II]e on official mail cut-out. Roebourne (2): ‘[R]OEBOURNE/25SEP.28./WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27-a, on 1½d KGV. PO 1/8/1878. Roelands: ‘ROELANDS/21.JUN.09/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25, on 2d yellow Swan. PO 1/11/1906. Rottnest Island: ‘ROTTNEST/17SEP35/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on ½d orange KGV. PO 16/7/1909; renamed Rottnest PO c.-

/10/1949.

- ‘ROTTNEST/14NO76/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 18c. Safety Bay: ‘SAFETY BEACH/26AP66/W.A.’, #C30, on 5d QEII cut-to-shape. PO 18/1/1935. Sandstone: ‘SANDSTONE/7MAY22/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on 2d orange KGV pair. RO 15/3/1907; PO 25/5/1907. Scaddan: ‘SCADDAN/1JE73/WA 6447’, #G31, on 7c. PO 15/2/

$4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $5 $4 $4 $4

1923; closed 30/6/1986.

$4

1/11/1966.

$4

Scarborough: ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/2JAN1992/ SCARBOROUGH W.A. 6019’, on 45c A13 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. Renamed from Scarborough Beach PO - ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/8SEP1994/SCARBOROUGH W.A. 6019’, on 45c A13 Frama on unaddressed cover. Scarborough Beach: ‘SCARBOROUGH/21DE49/WESTN AUST’, #B28, on 4d Koala & ½d Roo. TO 25/2/1926; PO 15/8/1929;

renamed Scarborough PO 1/11/1966.

3045 D A1-

- ‘SCARBOROUGH BEACH/430P16MY68/WEST-AUST’, #E31T-b (LRD by 2 years), on 4c QEII. Scarborough East: ‘SCARBOROUGH EAST/17APR1986/W.A. 6019’, #G33R-c, on official mail cut-out. PO 1/8/1945. Scarborough South: ‘SCARBOROUGH SOUTH/ 4APR1986/W.A. 6019’, #G33R-a (LRD), ON OFFICIAL MAIL cut-out. PO 1/5/1953. Serpentine: ‘SERPENTINE/22JE37/W.A.’, #C30, on cut-out.

3046 D A A1

- ‘SERPENTINE/3APR1986/WA 6205’, #G31R-b, on 33c.

3044 D B1-

$4

Renamed from Mandurah PO 20/11/1858.

$4 $5 $5 $4 $4 $4 $4


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 3047 D A A1 3048 D A A1 3049 D A A13050 D A1 3051 D A B13052 S A A3 3053 * A- A1 3054 D A1 3055 D A B13056 D A A1 3057 D A B13058 D A1 3059 * A- A1

3060 S A A1 3061 D A A1 3062 D A A1 3063 D A1 3064 D A A1 3065 D A B1 3066 S A A1 3067 D A A1 3068 D A1 3069 D A1 3070 D A A1 3071 D A B13072 D A B1 3073 D A1 3074 D A A1 3075 D A A1 3076 D B2 3077 S A B13078 D A A1 3079 D A A13080 D A1 3081 S A A13082 D A A1 3083 D

A1-

3084 D A A13085 S B13086 S A B2 3087 D A B2 3088 D A A1 3089 D A A13090 D A A1 3091 D A A1

Shackleton: ‘SHACKLETON/23OC1954/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A27, on 6½d QEII. - ‘SHACKLETON/24JY54/W.A.’, #C30 on 6½d KGVI. TO 1/3/

$4

1914; PO 1/8/1914; closed 19/9/1991.

$4

1873; renamed Shark Bay PO c.-/9/1920.

$4

Sharks Bay (2): ‘SHARKS BAY/2MY32/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25-b (damaged ring), on 3d Bridge. PO 20/10/ Shelley: ‘SHELLEY/23APR1986/WA 6155’, #G32R-a, on official mail cut-out. Renamed from Riverton North PO 1/7/1966. Siesta Park: ‘SIESTA PARK/3MY77/WEST-AUST’, #E31 (LRD) on 18c. PO 1/10/1955; closed 31/5/1983. South Kalgoorlie: ‘[SOUT]H KALGOORLIE/ FEB1910/ [WESTERN AUSTRALIA]’ on 2d yellow. [Rated 2] PO 1/3/1905; closed 31/5/1926.

Southern Cross: 2nd duplex ‘SOUTHERN +/JU16/06/ WESTERN AUSTRALIA - PO’ on 1d Swan on PPC of ‘Saturday Market Parade’ (Cape Town) to Perth. PO c.-/1/1890. [Gold Mining] Spearwood: ‘SPEARWOOD/17APR1986/W.A. 6163’, #G31Ra, on Official mail cut-out. RO 1/7/1911; PO 1/5/1913. Spencer Park: ‘SPENCER PARK/22JE73/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c QEII. - ‘SPENCER PARK/28JAN1986/W.A. 6330’, #G32R-a (ERD) on 33c. PO 1/12/1962. Stoneville: ‘STONEVILLE/23MR63/WESTNAUST’, #B28, on 5d QEII. RO 1/6/1926; PO 1/7/1927. Swan View (2): ‘SWAN VIEW/15APR1986/W.A. 6056’, #G37R, on Official Mail cut-out. PO 1/11/1982. Swanbourne Mil. P.O. (1): ‘MIL.P.O. SWANBOURNE/ 17JE42/W.A.’ (FORT removed) backstamp on long ‘OFFICIAL’ cover from ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./9JE42/30.’ (Puckapunyal, Vic School of Artillary Anti-Tank). Renamed from Fort Swanbourne Mil. P.O. PO 6/8/1940; closed 21/8/1943.

‘TAMBELLUP/13JAN32/WESTN

Tambellup: 2 strikes of AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on 2d KGV pair. PO 15/10/1903. - ‘TAMBELLUP/29JA57/W.A.’, #C31, on 3½d QEII pair. - ‘TAMBELLUP/1045a26JE78/WA 6320’, #G31T, ON 6C. Tammin: ‘TAMMIN/19AUG31/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D28-b, on cut-out. PO 22/8/1904. Tardun: ‘TARDUN/22MY[3]2/WESTN AUST’, #B28 on 2d Bridge. TO 6/3/1926; PO 12/11/1928; closed 2/7/1984. Tenindewa: ‘TENINDEWA/25MR65/WEST-AUST’, #E31, on 5d QEII. Renamed from Wollya RO 1/3/1910; PO 4/2/1917; closed 17/4/ 1985.

Tenterden: ‘TENTERDEN/8-MAY23/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25 on 2d KGV cut-to-shape. RO 15/11/1904; PO 15/1/1906. - ‘TENTERDEN/24JE78/WA-6322’, #G31 on 6c. Thornlie: ‘THORNLIE/No.1/24APR1986/W.A. 6108’, #G33R-aNo.1 on Official Mail cut-out. PO 1/12/1959. - ‘THORNLIE/No.2/16APR1986/W.A. 6108’, #G33R-b-No.2 on Official Mail cut-out. Three Springs: ‘THREE SPRINGS/12APR.52/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on 3½d KGVI. RO 16/2/1909; PO 1/8/1909. - ‘THREE SPRINGS/19OC55/WEST-AUST’, #E31 on 3½d Centenary Ist S.A. Stamp. Tom Price: ‘TOM PRICE/8AP71/WA-AUST’, #F31 on 6c QEII. PO 2/8/1965.

- ‘TOM PRICE/16APR1986/W.A. 6751’, #G32R-b, on official mail cut-out. Tone River Mill: ‘TONE RIVER MILL/16AP58/WEST-AUST’, #E31, on 1/7d Registration Envelope cut-to-shape. PO 1/8/1953;

closed 29/12/1978.

Toodyay (2): ‘TOODYAY/28JA36/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 5d brown KGV. - ‘TOODYAY/PAID/16JA86/W-AUST-6566’ in red #H33, on cut-out. Renamed from Newcastle PO 6/5/1910.

Trayning: ‘TRAYNING/2OC36/WESTN AUST.’, #B29, on 2d S.A. Centenary. PO 11/11/1911. - ‘TRAYNING/24MY76/WA-6488’, #G31-b on 18c. Tuart Hill (3): ‘TUART HILL/23JA73/WEST AUST’ #Ea31, on 5c QEII. - ‘TUART HILL/PAID/5-P-4MR86/AUST-6060’ in red #H33T, on cutout. PO 24/3/1954. Victoria Park: framed ‘VICTORIA PARK/DE26/08/W_A’ on 1d Swan pair. PO 1/12/1898. - ‘VICTORIA PARK/23JY61/WEST-AUST’, (ERD) #E30-b, on 5d QEII. Victoria Park East: ‘VICTORIA PARK EAST/30SE59/WESTAUST’ #E31-b (Broad ‘U’) on cut-out. Renamed from East Victoria Park PO 1/7/1927.

Wagerup (2): ‘WAGERUP/19OC65/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 5d green. Renamed from Goonerup PO c.-/12/1926; closed 16/12/1977. Wagin: ‘WAGIN/10.JUN.07/WES[TERN AUS]TRA[LIA]’, #A25, on 2d yellow Swan. - unframed ‘WAGIN/AP13/08/[W.A]’, #2a, on 1d Swan pair. PO c./1/1890.

Walgoolan: ‘WALGOOLAN/2?MR32/WESTERN-AUSTRALIA’, #A26, on 2d Bridge. RO 1/8/1922; PO 1/8/1923; closed 30/9/1983. Walkaway: ‘WALKAWAY/2MR65/WEST-AUST’, #E30, on 5d QEII. PO c.1888. Walliston (1): ‘WALLISTON/17SE68/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A27 on 5c QEII cut-to-shape. Renamed from Wallis’s Landing RO

$4 $4 $55 $15 $4

3094 S A B13095 D A A1 3096 S A A3 3097 D A A13098 D A A23099 D A A13100 S A A13101 D A A1

$4

3102 D A A1 3103 D A A1

$4 $4

3104 D A A1 3105 D A B13106 D A A1-

$30 $4 $4 $4 $4 $5 $4 $10 $5 $6 $6 $4 $4 $4 $4 $10 $4 $6 $4 $4 $4 $6 $4

3107 D A1 3108 * A A1 3109 S A- B2 3110 S A A13111 D A A1 3112 D A1 3113 D A A1 3114 D A B2 3115 D A A13116 D A A1 3117 D A A1 3118 D A B13119 D A A1 3120 D A A1 3121 S A B3 3122 S B2 3123 D A A1 3124 D A A1 3125 S A A2 3126 D A A13127 D A A1 3128 D A A1-

$4

3129 S A B2

$5

3130 D A A1 3131 D A A2

$5

3132 D A A1

$4

3133 D A A1

$4

3134 D A A1-

$4

3135 S A A2

$4

3136 D A A13137 D A B1

$5

PO 11/11/1930.

$4

17/7/1899.

$4

Waroona: ‘WAROONA/14JUL1982/W.A. 6215’, #G32R-b. PO

3093 * A A1

$4

c.-/12/1915; PO 1/1/1919; closed 28/2/1973.

Walpole: ‘WALPOLE/27NO57/W.A.’, #C29, on 3½d Christmas.

3092 D A A1

3138 S A C2 3139 S A A1-

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Warwick: ‘WARWICK/23NOV1981/W.A. 6024’, #G34R-b, on $5 Streeton & $1 Magpie. PO 1/2/1973. - FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/2JAN1992/WARWICK W.A. 6024’, on 45c A17 Frama on unaddressed Air Mail cover. Wellington Mills: ‘WELLINGTON MILLS/3FEB.08/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ #A25 on 2d yellow Swan. PO 22/1/1906; closed c.-/8/

$5 $4

1972.

$8

West PO c.1959; replaced by Churchlands PO 30/9/1998.

$4

Wembley West: ‘WEMBLEY WEST/7APR1986/W.A. 6014’, #G31R-b, on Official mail cut-out. Renamed from Wembley Park

West Leederville: ‘[WE]ST LEEDERVI[LLE]/[?]MR16/[WESTN AUST.]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 15/4/1904. - ‘WEST LEADERVILLE/2AU48/WESTN AUST.’, #B28, on 3d KGVI & 2½d stationery cut-out. Westonia: light ‘WESTONIA./6OC30/WESTN AUST’, #B28-c, on KGV 2d. Renamed from Weston PO 1/10/1913. - ‘WESTONIA/27MR50/WESTN AUST’ #B28-b on 2½d red KGV. Whittakers Mill: ‘WHITTAKERS MILL/19MR36/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (#D27) on 5d brown KGV cut-to-shape. PO 2/6/ 1913; closed c.-/1/1952.

Wickepin: ‘WICKEPIN/9JE51/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 5d QEII. Renamed from Yarling PO 1/10/1909. - ‘WICKEPIN/21MR62/WESTN AUST.’, #B28, on 5d QEII. Wickham: ‘WICKHAM2DE72/WA-6720’ #G31-b, on 7c Hughes. PO 20/12/1971.

- ‘WICKHAM/7APR1986/W.A. 6720’ #G33R-d, on Official Mail cut-out. Widgiemooltha: ‘WIDGIEMOOLTHA/11AU69/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 5c Chisholm cut-to-shape. PO 18/10/1896. Willetton: ‘WILLETTON/5-P30DE82/WA-6155’ #G33T-a, on 27c Tree frog. PO 15/10/1973. - ‘WILLETTON/1/17APR1986/WA 6155’ #G28R-1-u, on Official Mail cut-out. [Not seen by PMI] - ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/8SEP1994/WILLETTON WA 6155’, on 45c A64 Frama on unaddressed cover. Williams: unframed ‘WILLIAMS/17JU/7/[W.A]’ #2b on 1d swan pair (left unit damaged). Renamed from Williams River PO 6/1/1873. - framed ‘WILLIAMS/MY22/08/W.A.’, #3b on 2d yellow Swan. - ‘WILLIAMS/2SEP57/WESTN AUST.’ #B28, on 4d QEII. Wilson: ‘WILSON/18APR1986/W.A. 6107’ #G34R, on Official mail cut-out. PO 1/11/1963; closed 31/7/1986. Wiluna: ‘WILUNA/14JY48/W.A.’ #C31-b on 5½d Emu. Renamed

$4 $4 $4 $4 $15 $5 $5 $5 $5 $6 $8 $12 $4 $15 $12 $5 $8

from Lake Way PO 5/11/1900.

$8

1/7/1927; closed 30/9/1966.

$6

Winchester: ‘WINCHESTER/20AP32/WESTN AUST.’ #B27 on 2d Bridge. PO 6/11/1912; RO 1/1/1913; PO 1/6/1917; RO 1/3/1920; PO

Windarra: ‘WINDARRA/30AP75/WA-6439’ #G31-b (PWM 70), on 10c Scullin. PO 1/10/1972; closed 28/7/1978. Wittenoom: ‘WITTENOOM/17MR55/WEST-AUST’ #E31-b on 6½d QEII. PO 1/1/1949. [Asbestos mining] - ‘WITTENOOM/2AP86/WEST-AUST’, (LRD by 5 yrs) #E31-a in violet. Wokalup: ‘WOKALUP/6JUL25/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d red KGV cut-to-shape. RO 1/12/1904; PO 16/5/1908; closed 31/5/1984. Wongan Hills: ‘WONGAN HILLS/13MY35/WESTN AUST.’ #B27 on 5d brown KGV. PO 2/1/1911. - ‘WONGAN HILLS/27JY64/WEST AUST’ #Ea31 on 5d QEII. Wonnerup: ‘WON[NERUP]/19MR36/W.A.’ #C30, on 2d KGV. Renamed from Lockeville PO 1/3/1903; closed 28/12/1953.

Woodanilling: Framed ‘WOODANILl[ING]/SP12/04/[.W.A]’, on 1d swan. PO 1/10/1902. - ‘WOODANILLING/24AU65/WEST AUST’ #Ea30 (PWM 58), on 5d QEII. Woodlands: ‘WOODLANDS/16APR1986/W.A. 6618’ #G37R-b on Official Mail cut-out. PO 15/11/1967. Woolgar: ‘WOOLGAR/3NOV14/[WESTN AUSTRALI]A’ on 1d red KGV. Renamed from South Menzies RO c.-/3/1898; PO 1/9/1904; renamed Yunndaga PO c.-/8/1916.

Wooroloo: ‘WOOROLOO/29JA37/WESTN AUST.’ #B28, on 5d brown KGV. PO 1/10/1903. - ‘WOOROLOO/19MR66/WESTN AUST.’ #B28 (ERD), on 33c PSE cut-out. Wooroloo Hospital: ‘WOOROLOO HOSPITAL/2OC62/WEST AUST’ #Ea31 on 5d QEII. Renamed from Sanatorium Wooroloo PO

1/11/1959; renamed Linley Valley PO 20/7/1970.

Wubin: ‘WUBIN/5AP56/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ #A27 on 3d QEII. PO 15/10/1919. - ‘WUBIN/2AP80/WA-6612’ #G30, on 33c Banksia. Wundowie: ‘WUNDOWIE/5DE55/WEST-AUST’ #E29 on 6½d QEII. PO 7/2/1947. Wyalkatchem: ‘WYALKATCHEM/26JY56/WEST-AUST’ #E30b, on 3½d QEII. Renamed from Wyalcatchem PO c.-/3/1920. Wyndham: ‘WYNDHAM/15JUL30/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ #D27, on 3d Sturt Centenary & part 3d Airmail. PO c.-/4/1887. Wyndham Port: ‘WYNDHAM PORT/12SE73/WA-AUST’ #F31, on 7c purple. PO 9/11/1967; closed 31/12/1989. Yalgoo: ‘YALGOO/A- 23- JY 1[?]/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ #A27T, on 2d Yellow Swan. PO c.-/11/1894. - ‘YALGOO/1OC64/W.A.’ #C30, on 5d QEII. Yampi: ‘YAMPI/4FE58/WEST-AUST’ in violet #E30 on 2/Aboriginal Art pair, 9d Platypus & ½d orange Roo pair. PO 3/2/ 1947; closed 30/11/1984. [on Cockatoo Island]

Yandanooka: ‘YANDANOOK[A]/16JE27/WESTERN [AUST]RALIA’ #A27, on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/11/1921; closed 29/6/

1979.

Yarloop: ‘YARLOOP/7-JUL21/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ #A25 on 3d olive Roo pair. PO c.-/6/1897.

$8 $6 $8 $12 $8 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $20 $4 $6 $4 $4 $4 $10 $6 $6 $6 $15 $4 $20 $4 $4


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3140 S A A2+ - ‘YARLOOP/7-APR22/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d orange KGV. 3141 * A- A2 - ‘YARLO[OP]/20DE38/W.A’ on 1d green queen. 3142 D A A1 - ‘YARLOOP/13OC70/W.A’ #C29, on 5c & 1c. 3143 D A A1- Yealering: ‘YEALERING LAKE/12OC53/W.A.’ on 3½d Coronation. Renamed from Yealering Lake PO c.1926. 3144 D A A1- - ‘YEARLERING/15JY77/WA-6372’ #G31, on 18c. 3145 S C2 Yelbeni: ‘YELBINI/????29/[WESTN AUST]’ (sic) #B29, on 1½d WA Centenary. RO 20/11/1911; PO 1/9/1914; closed 2/7/1984. 3146 D A B1- Yerecoin: ‘YERECOIN/24AP84/WA-6571’ #G33R, on 10c. 3147 S A B2-

3148 D A1 3149 D A A1 3150 D A A1 3151 D A A1 3152 S A A13153 D A A13154 D A B1

Renamed from Yericoin PO c.-/8/1955; closed 24/11/1986.

Yerilla (1): very light unframed ‘YERIL[LA]/JY2/98/W[.A]’ (LRD), left half of duplex, on 1d red Swan. [Not recorded by PMI - a better strike realised $220 in Auction 44.] RO c.-/2/1896; PO 16/12/ 1897; closed 31/12/1899.

Yokine: ‘YOKINE/9APR1986/W.A.6060’ #G32R-a, on official mail cut-out. PO 1/3/1957. York: ‘YORK/26AP61/W.A.’ #C30-b, on 5d blue QEII. PO 16/6/

1840.

- ‘YORK/12FE71/WA-6302’ #G31, on 6c Duigan. Yorkrakine: ‘YORKRAKINE/1NOV57/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ #D26, on 4d QEII. RO 1/5/1909; PO 16/7/1909; closed 21/12/1973. Youanmi: ‘YOUANMI/6DE40/WESTN AUST’ #B29-b, on 2d red KGVI. Renamed from Coorang PO 7/10/1911; TO 12/5/1944. Young’s Siding: ‘YOUNG’S SIDING/31JL78/WESTN AUST.’ #B28 on 5c Richmond Bridge. RO 1/12/1909; PO 27/11/1910; closed 1/12/1981.

Yuna (2): ‘YUNA/?MY60/W.A’, #C29 on 5d blue QEII. Renamed

from Whelarra PO 1/1/1928; closed 3/7/1985.

3155 D A A1 3156 S A B2

- ‘YUNA/10SE64/WA-AUST’ #f31 in violet on 5d green QEII. Yundamindera: framed ‘[YUN]DAMINDERA/DE15/03/[W]A’, #3b-b on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from The Granites PO c.-/3/1901;

3157 D A B2

Yunderup (2): ‘YUNDERUP/24MR50/W.[A.]’ #C27, on 2½d KGVI. Renamed from Yundurup PO 17/10/1973; closed 1/7/1980. Zanthus: ‘ZANTHUS/28JAN36/WESTN AUSTRAUA’ (sic) #D27 on 4d olive KGV cut-to-shape. PO 28/4/1916; closed 16/12/1955.

3158 D A A2

RO 1/10/1913; closed 28/12/1924.

ADEN | Postal History 3159 *F B 1917 use of India 1a, cancelled with ‘ADEN/10FE17/4 20PM’ (B1) on cover to England, violet triple-circle ‘PASSED CENSOR/No./AB-15/ADEN’ (A1+) on face, back damaged. 1953 use of QEII 70c brown-grey & 1/- Dhow on Lloyd Triestino 3160 *V A air cover to Switzerland. 3161 *F B 1957 commercial use of 50c Map on formular aerogramme with Aden Camp cds, printed sender’s address of AE Rahamtulla, to GB . AITUTAKI 3162 * 3163 * 3164 F 3165 * 3166 * 3167 * 3168 * 3169 *

A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A/A-

3170 * 3171 * 3172 * 3173 * 3174 * 3175 * 3176 * 3177 **

A A1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1 A A A1

1903 Overprints ½d green SG 1. - 1d carmine SG 2. - 1d carmine SG 2. - 2½d deep blue SG 3. - 3d yellow-brown SG 5. - 6d rose-red SG 6. - 1/- bright red SG 7. 1911-16 set of 4, SG #9-12, Cat £90, 1d is Ω, 1/- has a toned perf at BLC. 1917-18 KGV Opts 2½d blue SG 15. - 3d chocolate SG 16. 1917-20 KGV Opts ½d green SG 19. - 1d carmine, SG #20. - 1½d orange-brown SG 22. - 3d chocolate SG 23. 1920 Definitives set SG 24-9. (6) 1983 Surcharges 1983 surcharges to $5.60 on $5, SG #447-61, Cat £76. (15)

AJMAN | Postal History 1965 use of 50np London Exhibition, 10np J F Kennedy & 3np 3179 *F B camel, cancelled with light cancel of 6JUN, on Ajman Govt post office air mail cover to USA, some discolouration & light creasing. ALBANIA 3180 V A- A1 3181 W A B1

1947 People’s Army 28q light blue & dark blue, Mi #428, Cat €10, BRC fold, touch of toning. 1964 Animals complete set of 8, Mi #815-22, Cat €17, 2l has a couple of tone spots.

ALBANIA | Postal History 1914 10p on 5q green (Mi #42), cancelled with double-circle 3182 *F A ‘DURRESS/15-4-1914/SHQIOENIË’ (B1) in blue, on Purger & Co PPC featuring ‘Albanien. Durazzo.’ bay scene addressed to Pilzen. ALBANIA | Koritza 3183 W A- B1 1917 Shqipèrié Vetqeveritare 3c grey & green, Mi #5, Cat €22, couple of small tone spots. 3184 * A- B1 - 10c red-brown & black, Mi #7, Cat €20, couple of small tone spots. 3185 W A- B1 - 25c blue & black, Mi #8, Cat €20, couple of small tone spots. 3186 * A A1 1924 Surcharge 1q on 2q orange, Mi #95.

$4 $4 $4

ANTIGUA 3189 F B A1 3190 V A C1

1884 Wmk Crown/CA 1d carmine-red, P12, SG #24, Cat £15, mss cancel, light central tonespot. 1884-86 Wmk Crown/CA Perf 14 6d deep green, SG #29, Cat £120, suspect cancellation.

$5 ANTIGUA | Postal History $4 3191 *F A 1943 use of stampless OHMS registered cover to USA, cancelled with double-circle ‘ST. JOHNS/A/MY8/43/ANTIGUA’ $5 (A1), triple-oval ‘[G]ENERAL POST OFFICE/ANTIGUA’ (B2) at base. $4 3192 *F A1957 use of 4c scarlet, 6c yellow-ochre, 12c violet & 24c black & chocolate QEII Pictorials, cancelled with ‘ST. JOHNS/*/21AU/57/ ANTIGUA’ (B1), on air cover to London, with ‘R/ST. JOHN’S/ ANTIGUA/No. A-’ (A1+) reg handstamp, opened out for viewing $75 with tear at TRC still attached to flap.

$5 $50

$20

$20 $4 ARGENTINA | Postal History 1918 (Nov 10) use of 12c blue on commercial cover from dental 3193 *F A company to Munich, Germany, ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR./1189 *’ $4 at left, ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR./4506’ on back endorsed $4 “Hold/C.H.W./24.4.19.” and cancelled with ‘PARCELS/11084’ (A1), boxed magenta ‘RELEASED BY THE/BRITISH MILITARY $4 AUTHORITY’ (A1) on face. $400 $10 ASCENSION 3194 * B C1 1938-53 Pictorials P13½ 1d black & green, SG #39, Cat £40, minor thin. $15 $8 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY $8 $4 3195 ** A A1 1957-61 Pre-Decimal Issues set of 7, SG #1-7, Cat £12. 1966 Pictorials set SG 8 -18. (11) $40 $15 3196 F A AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | First Day Covers 3197 *F A 1961 5d Mawson tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Melbourne $8 cds 18 Oct 61, unaddressed. $20 $10 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postal History 3198 *F A 1958 Illustrated Cover with adhesive tied by Wilkes cds 1FE58 with special cachet in violet at left. $30 $30 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postmarks 3199 * A A1 Macquarie Island: ‘A.N.A.R.E. MACQUARIE.IS/7MR48/AUST’ on Newcastle set on Wells cover to Grimsby, England, with straight-line ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC/ $120 RESEARCH EXPEDITION 1947’ (A1) in purple & provisional blue C6 registration label. $60 $20 AUSTRIA 3200 F A 1850 Arms Hand-Made Paper 1k brown-orange type I 4 good $20 margins, SG #1ba, Cat £900, cancelled with straight-line ‘MAZAN[AJESTIE]/”12/1”‘ (B3) $700 - 1K orange type III 4 margins, SG #1c, Cat £65. $65 $5 3201 F A - 1K yellow type III 4 margins, SG #1ca, Cat £65. $65 $5 3202 F A 1854 Arms Machine Paper 1k yellow type III 4 margins, Mi #6a, $6 3203 G A Cat €80, 1856 Wien. $60 $8 - 3Kr red, Type III, 4-margins, SG #8a, Mi #3Y. $3 $18 3204 F A $30 3205 F A C1 1858-59 Franz Joseph Type II 2Kr deep yellow, Mi #10II, Cat €55, cancelled with boxed ‘PRAG/30/3/?’ (A2). $25 $55 3206 W A- C1 1858-59 Franz Joseph 2Kr orange Type II, SG #22b, Cat £6000 as mint (Cat £700 used), one toned perf. $500 $70 $18 $3 3207 F A A2 1860-61 Franz Joseph Perf 14 2k yellow, SG #33, Cat £24. $18 $2 3208 F A A2 - 3k green, SG #34, Cat £19. $60 $2 3209 F A C1 1863 Arms Perf 14 3k green, SG #40, Cat £65. $8 $3 3210 F A B1 1890 Kaiser Franz Joseph 2 Kr carmine Mi 62. 3211 F A- A1 1874-80 Franz Joseph Fine Type 25k brownish grey, SG #65, $1 Cat £75, minor soiling. $55 $4 $150 $30 3212 F A C1 - 25k lilac, SG #65a, Cat £225 3213 * A- B1 1883-90 Arms With Black Figures 5k red & black, P9½, SG #72b, Cat £12.50, some slight toning around perfs. $6 $65 3214 ** A A1 1937 Mothers Day 24g brown-carmine, block of 4, SG #804. $4 3215 * A A1 1948 Salzburg Domes short set to 40g + 20g, Mi #885-7, Cat €13, 20g+10g has spot inside left frame near elbow. $10 3216 ** A A1 1949 UPU set of 3 in bottom marginal blocks of 4, Mi #943-5, Cat €64. $35 $40 3217 ** A B1 1960 Europa 3s black, in top marginal block of 4 (columns 6-7), Mi #1081. $4 3218 ** A B1 1948-51 Traditional Costumes 1s red with horizontal gum lines, SG #1126, Cat £50. $50 $5 3219 V A A1 1951 Martin Johann Schmidt 1s brown-red, block of 4, SG #1230. $10 $8 3220 ** A A1 1952 Schonbrunn Menagerie 1.50s dark green, right marginal block of 4 (rows 6-7), SG #1237, Cat £15. $15 3221 ** A A1 1973-83 Architecture 50s Kongresszentrum Hofburg, TLC block of 4, SG #1689, Cat £21. $20 $25 AUSTRIA | Revenues 3222 F B A1 Stamp Duty: 1910 series 10h on Hungarian document, document creased through stamp. $4 $12 AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3223 *** B+ 1890 2kr brown on buff, brown stamp & border, black text & opt on stamp, HG #61, creased BLC. $5 $14 1908 5h green commemorative Jubilee issue, HG #207, $10 3224 *F A cancelled with special red d/circle ‘WIEN/2/1908/XII’ (B1). $20 $5 3225 *** A 1925 10g commemorative Beethoven card, HG #275. $12 AUSTRIA | Postal History 3226 *F B 1859 (c.) use of 10k lilac-brown Type II, Mi #14II, cancelled ‘N:B:H:WIEN/4/10’ (A1), ‘ARANYOS-MAROTH/6/10’ (A1 Hungary) arrival on back, creased. $25

ALGERIA | Postal History 1943 use of 50c pair and 1f50 pair, cancelled with ‘CAP3187 *V A MATIFOU/1625/20-1/43/ALGER’ (B1), to Red Cross, Geneva, ‘51-929-W.&S. P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1097’ label at left, German ‘A.x.’ (A1+) censor on back, Le Vaquemestre handstamp in TLC. [Cap Matifou was captured by the allies on 8/11/1942] $100


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 3227 *V A

1900 use of Post card to Sydney with fine advert for Franz Schonbach Riegersdorf Manufacturer of Metal Buttons, nice early advertising card.

AUSTRIA | Flight Covers 1967 Pro Juventute Ballonpost Registered illustrated cover 3228 *F A with appropriate cachets and fine special Pictorial Ballonpost Salzburg cancel 17.6.1967. AUSTRIA | Military - World War I Period 1918 use of Hungarian language 1f postcard cancelled by 3229 *F A ‘MORVASZENTJANOS/1918SEP2.N2/A’ and endorsed “Feldpost N.361.”. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE 3230 F B C1 1867-83 Franz Joseph Coarse Printing 3s green, Mi #2I, Cat €65, lightly toned. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE | Postal History 1911 use of 1p blue on blue cancelled with double-circle 3231 *F A ‘CONSTANTINOPEL II/b 4 X 11/OSTERR. POST’ on commercial cover to New York. BAHAMAS 3232 * A B1 3233 *

A B1

1938-52 KGVI Definitives 5/- lilac & blue, SG #156, Cat £170, brown streaky gum typical of this shade. - £1 deep grey-green & black, SG #157, Cat £250, brown streaky gum typical of this shade.

BAHAMAS | Postal History 1943 use of 3d Landfall, on cover to USA, ‘P.C. 90/OPENED BY 3234 *F AEXAMINER/IG/3865’ tape at left. 3235 *F B 1954 use of black/red Avis de Réception card with boxed ‘AIR MAIL’ handstamp applied, locally used at Nassau, usual faults from being staples to original article. BAHAMAS | Postmarks 3236 D B A1 Nassau: ‘NASSAU/20SEP66/BAHAMAS’ (Proud #D38) on 11c & 15c WHO, with some toning on large piece. BANGLADESH 3237 ** A A1 BARBADOS 3238 V A

Unissued 50p Palestine Freedom Fighter, marginal. 1855-58 Britannia on White Paper (1d) deep blue 4 nice margins, SG #10, Cat £60.

BARBADOS | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1953 2c green Sugar Cane, HG #E8, dated 20DEZ1955. 3239 *** A BARBADOS | Postal History 3240 *F C 1898 2½d Diamond Jubilee, cancelled with poor St. Joseph of OC3/98, on OHMS cover to Georgetown, British Guiana, couple of tonespots & opened a little roughly. 3241 *F A 1899 use of ½d dull green (SG #106) on cover to USA. 3242 *F A 1942 use of 6d & 1/- olive-green, on air cover to USA, ‘P.C. 90/ OPENED BY EXAMINER/H/”29”‘ tape at left. BELGIUM 3244 F A 3245 W B B1 3246 W B C1 3247 F A- D1 3248 W A B1 3249 F A B1 3250 F A B1 3251 * A A1 3252 F A B1 3253 * B B1 3254 *

A B1

3255 * A B1 3256 F A B1 3257 * 3258 F 3259 * 3260 *

A A1 A B1 A A1 A B1

3261 F A A1

1851-54 Medallions Unframed LL Wmk 40c rose-carmine, normal paper, Mi #5By, 4 margins 1863-65 Medallions, Perf 14½x14 1c grey, Mi #10A, Cat €15, small thin, couple of toned perfs. 1863-65 Medallions, Perf 12½x13-13½ 1c bluish green, Mi #10B, Cat €60, slight vertical crease at top, no gum, some paper adherance to reverse. 1863-65 Medallions, Perf 12½ 40c carmine-rose, Mi #13A, Cat €40, cancelled with barred oval ‘45’, slight corner fold BLC. 1869-80 Number & Lion 2c ultramarine, Mi #24A, Cat €30. 1884-86 King Leopold II 2f violet on pale violet, Mi #47, Cat €36. 1896 Brussels World’s Fair 10c light brown, with tab, Mi #65. 1910 Brussels Exhibition 2c+2c lilac-brown, shaded background, Mi #82I, Cat €10. 1914 Red Cross I 20c+20c violet & red forgery of, Mi #106. 1918 Red Cross 35c + 35c violet & black, Mi #136, Cat €12, tone spot at upper right. 1925 75 Years of Belgian Stamps 2f ultramarine, Mi #201, Cat €10. - 10f carmine, Mi #203, Cat €17. 1929-41 King Albert I 20f dark green, Malines printing, Mi #263II, Cat €25. 1931-32 Albert I 2.45f violet, Mi #310. - 10f lake, Mi #313, Cat €14. 1935 National Childrens Appeal set of 3, Mi #396-8, Cat €17. 1938 European Airmail Conference complete set of 5, Mi #466-70, Cat €20. 1952 UPU Congress 10f red-violet, Mi #938.

BELGIUM | Postage Dues 3262 ** A A1 1946-53 Numerals on White Background 8f dark lilac-rose, Mi #54, Cat €10. BELGIUM | Military - World War I Period 1915 use of OAS stampless London Stereoscopic Company 3263 *F A PPC of ‘LONDON.-THE STRAND AND CHARING CROSS’, cancelled with ‘POSTES MILITAIRES/BELGIQUE/26/II/15/8 BELGIE 8/LEGERPOSTERIJ’ (A2), card is headed Folkestone and is addressed to a Lieutenant in the 2nd Chasseurs a Cheval. 3264 *F B 1920 identification papers for an interpreter with letter in English to the Staff Captain 10th Inf Bde requesting that he be allowed to collect his clothing ration from them.

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BELGIUM | Military - Korean War Period 3265 *U B 1951 use of American Red Cross envelopes, GB 6½d Registration Envelope flap and 2d stuck to face, cancelled with $50 double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/21JY/51/748’ FPO ‘748’ registration label also on face, untidy but scarce & commercial. $150 BERMUDA $35 3266 * A C1 1865-1903 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14 3d yellow-buff, SG #5, Cat £475. $400 3267 V A B1 1936-47 Pictorials set of 9, SG #98-106, Cat £15 $15 3268 * A B1 1938-53 Key Types 2/6d black & red/pale blue ordinary paper, SG #117b, Cat £19. $10 $17 BERMUDA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1948 KGVI 6d black clear space 24mm wide, HG #FG2. 3269 *** A $20 $20 BERMUDA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1913 KGV ½d green on buff, HG #E6. 3270 *** A $25 BERMUDA | Postal History 3271 *F A 1944 use of 3d black & blue KGVI Pictorial cancelled with $25 Hamilton machine cancel on long window Bank of Bermuda envelope bearing ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/21/*BERMUDA*’ handstamp in claret. $300 $100 BHUTAN $6 3272 ** A A1 1975 Apollo-Soyuz set of 2 & M/S, SG 315-317 $150 BOHEMIA & MORAVIA | Postal History 3273 *F A1941 use of 1.20k lilac-brown Brünn, Mi #41, on cover to Bavaria, couple of minor faults. $12 $20 BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 3274 * A B1 1879-98 Typographed Arms short set to 3kr (4), Mi #1II-3II,9II, Cat €25, 1kr has corner crease. $15 $25 3275 * A- A1 1879-1900 Numerals At Top Type I Perf 12 1k deep grey, SG #2, Cat £11.5, small stain. $5 1906 Pictorials Perf 12½ set of 15 to 2k, SG #186-200A, Cat 3276 F A $5 £20. $20 3277 * A A1 1906 Pictorials Perf 9½,10½,12½ Compound 5k grey-blue, SG #201M, Cat £55. $55 $15 BRAZIL 3278 F A- B1 1878-79 700r red-brown, Sc #76, Cat $85, very lightly used, several hinge fragments. $50 $50 3279 ** A A2 1943 Morinigo Visit 1.20cr grey-blue imperf between horizontal pair. $20 $20 BRAZIL | Postal History 3280 *F A 1971 use of 50c Bird & 30c Satellite Communications, cancelled with double-circle ‘PATU/DR 15FEV71 RN/BRASIL’ (A1) in purple, on Rio Grandee do Norte air cover to Ulm, Germany. $12 $8 BRAZIL | Flight Covers $20 1935 Graf Zeppelin flown cover to Belgium with Brasilian 3281 *F A adhesives cancelled with Airmail cds Jul 1935 with fine Condor $20 cachet at left. $75 BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA 3282 * A C1 1891-95 B.C.A. on Rhodesia 8d red & ultramarine, SG #6a, Cat $40 £29. $28 $5 BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) set of 7 on plain cover incorrectly endorsed “1ST DAY COVER”, 3283 F Acancelled with ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN./17JE47/495’ (Fukuyama, Japan) with registration handstamp, to Townsville, $20 Qld, small closed tear at TLC, lightly soiled. [Rated 600 by Proud] $225 $20 $10 BRITISH EAST AFRICA 3284 F A B1 1890-95 Crown Over Sun 2r brick-red, SG #16, Cat £35, bottom $15 marginal single. $25 $5 3285 * A B1 1907-11 KEVII Wmk Mult Crown/CA ‘British/East/Africa.’ in red on Zanzibar 1a indigo & red. [Overprinted to supply the UPU.] $100 $7 $5 BRITISH GUIANA | Postmarks 3286 S A A2 Arakara: ‘ARAKARA/MY4/1899/B.GUI[ANA]’ on 2c Falls. $10 $5 BRITISH HONDURAS 3287 * A A1 1938-47 KGVI Pictorials short set to 25c, SG #150-7, Cat £12. $6 (8) $6 $10 BRITISH HONDURAS | Postal History 1893 use of 3c brown pair (SG 53) on cover to USA, cancelled $12 3288 *F Awith poor ‘O’ tied by ‘BELIZE/A/MY15/93’ (A1), minor faults. $65 $5 $6 BRITISH HONDURAS | Postmarks $10 3289 S A B1 Monkey River: framed ‘MONKEY-RIVER/C/2OC/18’ on 3c orange KGV. $5 $12 3290 * A1 San Pedro: double-circle ‘SAN PEDRO/MAY/7/1936/BRITISH $4 HONDURAS’, on stampless cover with English address. [Rated 1200 by Proud] $40 BRITISH LEVANT | Overprints on Great Britain $5 3291 * A B1 1905-12 KEVII ½d yellow-green with ‘LEVANT’ opt, SG #L1. $9 BRITISH LEVANT | Overprints on Great Britain | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1893 ‘40 PARAS’ on 2½d grey-blue with thin opt, HG #B1. 3292 *** A

$25

BRITISH P.A.s in EASTERN ARABIA | Postal History 1958 use of 20np on 3d deep lilac QEII strip of 4, cancelled with $90 3293 *F B light ‘MUSCAT/19JA/58’ (B1), on registered air cover to Cornwall, England, with registration label & boxed ‘REGISTERED’ (A1) in purple, worn, with a couple of small $110 closed tears.

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BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3295 *** A1880 QV Octagonal Frame 1½d brown on buff, HG #1, some slight toning. BRUNEI 3296 *

A

BULGARIA 3297 ** A C1 3298 * A- A1

Year Albums hard-bound presentation album with 1978 Coronation, 1981 Regalia M/S, 1981 Telecom & health day.

3329 F A$16 $10

1892 Overprint 15s on 30s brown block of 4, Mi #38, Cat €160. $150 1901 Prince Ferdinand 30s olive-brown & green-black right marginal block of 4, Mi #57, Cat €180, right selvedge folded under & stuck to back. $60 3299 ** A A1 - 3l grey & brown, Mi #61, Cat €15. $12 3300 ** A B1 1902 Battle of Shipka Pass set of 3, Mi #62-4, Cat €18. $14 3301 ** A A1 1907 Ascension 10s brown-red, Mi #67, Cat €30. $20 3302 **/* A B1 1911 Ferdinand I & Pictorials 30s blue & black, block of 4, Mi #85, Cat €30, some paper adhesion to back of BLC unit. $20 3303 ** A B1 - 50s brown-orange & black, BLC block of 4, Mi #86, Cat €160, arms in left selvedge, top frame in bottom selvedge & top frame also offset on reverse of bottom selvedge. $100 3304 ** A A1 - 1l dark brown, type I (design 19mm wide), block of 4, Mi #87I, Cat €72, partial perf separation at left. $40 3305 * A B1 - 3l blue-violet & black, block of 4, Mi #89, Cat €80, some paper adhesion on reverse. $40 3306 **/* A B1 1920 Ivan Vazov complete set of 6, in blocks of 4, Mi #145-50, Cat €36. $20 - 5l blue, imperf pair, Mi #150U, Cat €100. 3307 ** A $50 3308 ** A A1 1921-22 Definitives 5l blue, Mi #164, right marginal single. $5 3309 ** A A1 - 10l brownish violet, Mi #165, Cat €20. $15 3310 ** A- B1 1929 Portraits complete set of 10, Mi #212-21, Cat €35, 15s has rounded BRC, 6l has vertical crease. $15 3311 ** A A2 1931-37 Boris III 10l slate, Mi #231XI, Cat €40, couple of short perfs at top. $20 3312 ** A B1 1931 Airmail 50l red-brown, vertical pair, Mi #241, Cat €11. $8 3313 ** A B1 1934 Shipka Pass 7l dark blue, Mi #264, bottom marginal single. $5 3314 ** A 1937 Boris III 2l dark ultramarine on minisheet, Mi #Block 1, Cat €10. $6 3315 ** A A1 1938 Prince Simeon complete set of 5 in blocks of 4, Mi #3404, Cat €16. $12 3316 ** A B1 1939 Yunak Gymnists Society complete set of 5, Mi #360-4, Cat €20. $15 3317 V A A1 1991-92 Farm Animals complete set of 11, Mi #3881-5,39237,3984, Cat €560, in large part sheets of 80 with imprints & occasional cropping marker, cancelled with Sofija CTO’s of 20XI91 except 95c on 29V92, folded along perf line at centre of sheet. $125 BULGARIA | Postage Dues 3318 * A A1 1915 Yellowish Paper 30s red-orange, block of 9, Mi #24x, Cat €30. $20 BULGARIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3319 *** A 1912 Jubilee 5st olive-green on buff, HG #30. $15 BUENOS AIRES 3320 A 1858 Ship Forgeries set of 5 on thick cream paper. $20 BURMA | Postal History 3321 *V A 1941 use of 8a & 1r on air cover to New York, violet ‘NOT OPENED BY CENSOR/33/BURMA’ (A2) on face, jusqua’a bars also on face. $150 BURMA | Postmarks 3322 * B B2 Kyaikpi: double-circle ‘KYAIKPI/20SEP33/+’ cancelling 3a blue Registration Envelope (H&G #C5) uprated with 3a blue KGV, with Kyaikpi reg label, some mild damage to BRC, mild tone spotting & creased BLC. [Rated 120 by Proud] PO 14/4/90; closed 1942 $16 3323 * B B1 Okpo: double-circle ‘OKPO/7MAR29/+’, Proud #D5, cancelling 1a brown KGV envelope, H&G #B13, uprated with 1a brown x3 & bearing Okpo reg label, reduced with extensive mild toning. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 8/3/1884; closed 1942 $20 3324 * B A1- Padigon: double-circle ‘PADIGON/B.O./10JLY34/+PROME+’, Proud #D4, on plain cover with 4a sage-green, 1a brown & 3p slate, cancelled with poor Rangoon registered & Rangoon reg label, slightly reduced, some mild water staining. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1/3/1902; closed 1942 $10 3325 * B A1 Yandoon: double-circle ‘YANDOON/17OCT23/-’, Proud #KD5, cancelling ½a green KGV envelope, H&G #B9, uprated with ½a green KGV, with pencil annotation “T2”, backstamped with double-circle ‘KANADUKATHAM/23OCT23/1■PM/+’ (B2) & double-circle ‘PALAVANGULI/B.O./24OCT23/+RAMNAD+’ (B1), torn open at right & couple of small tonespots. [Rated 80 by Proud] PO 1878; closed 1942 $12 CAMEROUN (French) | Postal History 3326 *F A 1941 stampless “F.M.” internal cover cancelled with ‘YAOUNDE/ 21MAI41/CAMEROUN’ (A2), ‘LE COMM[MANDA]NT D’ARMES DE YAOUNDE’ (C2) seal at BLC, negative ‘CONTROLE POSTAL/COMMISSION A’ (B1 - rare), double-circle ‘CONTROLE POSTAL/TERRITOIRE/DU/CAMEROUN/ Commission B’ (A2) both on face, ‘ESEKA/23MAI41/ CAMEROUN’ (A1) & ‘KRIBI/24MAI41/CAMEROUN’ (C1) transits on back. $175 CANADA 3328 F A 1852-57 Imperf Handmade Wove Paper 7½d yellow-green, almost 4-margins, SG #12, Cat £1700. $650

3330 F A- B2 3331 F B B1 3332 * 3333 *

A- C2 A- B1

3334 F A C2 3335 G A B1 3336 F B B1 3337 F C B1 3338 W A- B1 3339 F A- B3 3340 F A B1 3341 **/* A C1 3342 F C B1 3343 F A B3 3344 * A- B1 3345 F A- B1 3346 F A B1 3347 F A B1 3348 F A B1 3349 * A- B1 3350 F A B1 3351 * 3352 F 3353 F 3354 F 3355 F 3356 * 3357 F 3358 F

A- B1 A A1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1852-57 Imperf Machine Made Medium to Thick Wove Paper ½d deep rose, 4 close margins, SG #17, Cat £500, lightly crossed in red, slight thin at BRC. 1858-59 Machine Made Medium to Thick Wove Paper Perf 11¾ ½d deep rose, SG #25, Cat £700, light diagonal crease. 1859 Decimal Currency 1c pale rose, SG #29, Cat £32, small closed tear at upper left & couple of toned perfs - 1c pale rose, SG #29, Cat £325, rounded TLC. - 5c deep red beaver, SG #32, Cat £325, with coloured flaw in C of CENTS, tiny tear between perfs at upper right. 1868-90 Large Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 5c olive-green, P11½x12, SG #63, Cat £75, slight toning to reverse 1873-79 Small Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 3c orange-red, SG #96, Cat £21. 1893 Dowager Portrait 50c blue, SG #116, Cat £35, short closed tear at left edge. 1897 Jubilee Issue 5c slate-blue, SG #127, Cat £14, small closed tear at BRC 1898-1902 2-Maple Leaves 2c violet, SG #154, Cat £24. 1899 Surcharges 2c on 3c carmine leaves in corners, SG #171, 3 pulled perfs at base. 1903-12 KEVII 10c brown-lilac, SG #182, Cat £15. 1911-12 KGV Perf 12 5c deep blue block of 4, SG #205b, Cat £240, hinge remainders on 2 units. 1912-21 KGV Perf 12 X Imperf 2c deep rose-red, SG #218, Cat £20, extensive thin. 1912-21 KGV Perf 8 X Imperf 2c carmine, SG #224b, Cat £48. 1915 War Tax 1c green, SG #228, shallow hinge thin. 1922-31 KGV New Colours Perf 12 8c blue, SG #252, Cat £10, slight toning to top edge. 1922-31 KGV New Colours Imperf X Perf 8 1c chrome-yellow, Die I, top marginal single, SG #256. 1927 60th Anniv of Confederation - Historical Issue set of 3, SG #271-3, Cat £17. 1930-31 KGV Perf 11 8c blue, SG #297, Cat £16. 1932 Air Ottawa Conference Opt 6c on 5c deep brown Air pair, SG #318, Cat £20, some toning. 1932-33 KGV Perf 11 set of 8, includes both dies of 3c, SG #319-25, Cat £14. - 8c red-orange, SG #324, Cat £25, discoloured paper. 1934 Loyalists 10c olive-green, SG #333. 1935 Jubilee set of 6, SG #335-40, Cat £20. 1942-48 War Effort Perf 12 set of 14, SG #375-88, Cat £22. 1942-48 KGVI Imperf X Perf 9½ 3c purple, SG #398. 1942-48 War Effort Airmails set of 2, SG #399-400, Cat £30. 1990 Prehistoric Canada set of 4, SG #1390-3. 1990 Legendary Creatures set of 4, SG #1400-3.

CANADA | Special Delivery 3359 * A A1 1939 Surcharge 10c on 20c scarlet, SG #S11, Cat £10. 3360 * A A1 1946 Special Delivery 17c ultramarine with grave accent in ‘EXPRÈS’, SG #S17.

$150 $200 $20 $110 $125 $25 $14 $10 $3 $8 $2 $8 $175 $6 $15 $3 $6 $3 $10 $10 $8 $8 $8 $4 $10 $10 $3 $20 $3 $3 $8

$2 CANADA | Postal History 3361 *V A 1910 use of stampless Dominion of Canada, Central Experimental Farm, OHMS cover, cancelled with ‘OTTAWA/18/ AP5/10/CANADA/FREE’ (A1-), to Ardmore, Pennsylvania. $60 1944 use of 7c blue airmail, cancelled with ‘TORONTO/DEC 5/ 3362 *F A 930PM/1944/ONTARIO’ (A1) machine on University of Toronto envelope to Japanese Internee at Kaslo, British Colombia, sealed at left with ‘OPENED BY CENSOR/DB/195’ label. $150 3363 *F A 1949 use of 4c red & 3c mauve KGVI with perf ‘OH/MS’, cancelled with ‘SASKATOON, SASK./NOV24/730PM/1949/ CANADA’ (A1) machine, on Dept of Agriculture, Prairie Farm Rehabilitation Office cover sent by airmail to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. $50 1951 use of 10c brown & 5c blue, cancelled with a light barred 3364 *F A design, also with ‘CAMP ROBINSON/19V/51/ONT.’ (A1), on air mail cover to US Zone, Germany. $20 CANADA | Flight Covers 3365 *F A 1930 Hamilton - Brantford 5c air, cancelled with ‘HAMILTON/ 1130AM/JUN7/1930/ONTARIO’ (B1) machine on air cover with ‘.../OPENING OF/BRANTFORD AIRPORT/.../HAMILTON TO BRANTFORD’ (A1) cachet. $10 3366 *F A 1931 Fort McMurray - Embarras Portage 5c brown Air & 1c C green KGV, cancelled with ‘FORT M MURRAY/9/DE17/31/ ALBERTA’ on cover with ‘[scene]/CANADA AIR MAIL/ INAUGURAL FLIGHT/FT. McMURRAY·EMABARRAS PORTAGE’ (A1) cachet, backstamped with ‘EMBARRAS PORTAGE/10/DE17/31/ALBERTA’ (A1-). $10 1937 Edmonton - Fort Nelson ‘CANADA AIR MAIL/GREAT 3367 *F ABLUE HERON/FIRST OFFICIAL FLIGHT/EDMONTON-FORT NELSON’ (A1) cachet on airmail cover franked with 6c brown air, cancelled with ‘EDMENTON/8/JUL5/37/·ALBERTA·’ (A1-) & backstamped ‘FORT NELSON/17/JUL5/37/B.C.’ (A1), slightly trimmed at bottom right corner. $10 CANADA | Military - World War I Period 3368 *G C 1916 use of stampless OAS cover, cancelled with ‘[I.E.F. “B”.]F.P.O.NO 305/POSTAGE-FREE’ (B2), tied with Indian ‘F.P.O./ NO 305/16AP16’ (B1 - Karungu, Uganda) backstamp, to Canada, 2c coil (damaged) applied on arrival in Montreal, then redirected back to Charring Cross and later Buckingham Gate in London, opened roughly at top. $350


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 3369 *F A

- use of Field Service Card, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/A/1SE/16/66’ (Janis area, Greece), a 2c stamp has been placed over the FPO and cancelled at Ottawa. [Stamps were applied to free military mail when it arrived in Canada, this practice stopped in 1917.]

$90

CANADA | Military Postmarks 3370 * A A1- F.P.O. ‘F.P.O. S.C.3/AM/MY25/43/2’, on GB 2½d blue KGVI, on cover to Cheshire, England. [Rated 75 by Proud]

$15

CANADA | Postmarks 3371 S B A2 Nanaimo: ‘NANAIMO/PM/JY6/97/B.C.’, on 1c yellow-orange Jubilee, closed tear at top.

$5

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 3372 G B 1855-63 Perkins Bacon Triangles 6d pale rose-lilac 3-margins (close to touching), SG #7, Cat £200, a bit grubby.

3399 *F A-

$60 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1884 ‘PATENT Regd/ENVELOPE.’ Imprint Under Flap 4d blue 3373 *F Aon cream, size F with 2½mm between R and Office, HG #C2, addressed to Belgium, uprated with ½d (faults), 2d & 6d, stamps cancelled with ‘2’ (B1), oval ‘REGISTERED/MY 2 87/PORT ELIZABETH’ (B1-) & oval ‘R’ both on face, red Registration Label ‘Belgique’ applied to face, ‘BOITSFORT/25/MAI/9-M/1887’ (B1) arrival on back. $250 CAPE OF GOOD HOPE | Postal History 1849 stampless entire to London per Lady Flora with General 3374 *G B Post Office Capetown handstamp at lower left and London receiving back stamp 25 OC 1849, roughly opened with few tears. $150 3375 *F B 1910 use of 1d carmine, cancelled with double-circle ‘MILLS STREET/C/DE13/10/+’, on attractive International Hotel cover to London. $30 CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 3376 F A A1 1968 PhilexAfrique 100f Mme. de Sévigné pair with brown exhibition label pair, Sc #C64, CTO. $3 3377 V A A1 1970 Apollo 12 Overprints 200f vertical strip of 5, Sc #C81, Cat $21, CTO. $12 3378 ** A 1977 Anniversary of Zeppelin’s Death complete imperf set of 5, Sc #295-6,C184-6. $12 CEYLON | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1885 New Values 3c violet on buff, HG #16, slight corner wear. 3379 *** A$4 3380 *F A1939 3c green, HG #70, to Melaisivapura, India, poor Indian Experimental PO M-431 of 2AUG39 transit on face. $20 CEYLON | Postmarks Indo-Ceylon TPO: ‘DOWN. INDO.CEYLON. TPO/SET.1/5MR./ 3381 * A 35’ on 20c blue to USA. $100 CHAD 3382 F A A1 1976 Winter Olympics Winners 250f Bobsled, bottom marginal block of 6, Sc #C178, CTO. $3 3383 F A A1 - 300f Skating, bottom marginal block of 6, Sc #C179, CTO. $3 3384 ** A A1 1979 Lake Placid Winter Olympics 60f Ski Jump BLC block of 6, Sc #383. $3 3385 ** A A1 - 150f Slalom BLC block of 6, Sc #384. $4 CHILE | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3386 *F A1874 5c Grey Columbus in white size 140x65mm, HG #9, cancelled with violet ‘CANCELLED’ (B2), violet double-circle ‘SAN CARLOS/19/APR/76/CHILE’ (A1) on face, to Chillau. $30 CHINA 3387 W A A1 1950 1st Anniv. of People’s Republic $100, SG #1464. $4 3388 V A A1 - $1000, SG #1467, CTO. $4 3389 W A A1 1952 Gymnastics By Radio $400 deep blue (18-21) block of 4, SG #1544, Cat £12. $10 3390 W A A1 - $400 green (26-29) block of 4, SG #1546, Cat £12. $10 3391 W A A1 - $400 reddish-violet (42-45) block of 4, SG #1550, Cat £12. $10 CHINA | Postal History 3392 *F A1918 use of 10c blue junk, cancelled with bilingual ‘/HARBIN II/ 9MAR/18’ (A1-) on plain cover to Pocatello, Idaho, sealed at right with ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR/No.’ tape bearing ‘1417’ handstamp in black, slightly reduced at left with small closed tear. [Harbin was the entry point for US troops into Siberia.] $125 3393 *F A- use of 10c blue Junk, cancelled with red square handstamp, overstruck with bi-lingual ‘YINGTAK’, on cover to Texas, USA, bilingual ‘CANTON/10SEP/18’ on face, ‘EXAMINED BY/ CENSOR/C.[?]’ (Canadian) tape at left, small amount of damage to censor tape. $105 - 2c yellow-green x2, cancelled with bilingual Shameen of 3394 *F A 17OCT 18 on Turco-Egyptian Tobacco coloured PPC of ‘Canton, Pagoda’, with Canton 18OCT 18 transit, to Bisbee, Arizona, bearing straight-line ‘CENSORED’ (A1) in violet. $80 3395 *F A1930 use of 1c in red on 3c blue-green block of 4, SG #367, on cover from Tsinan to Peiping, vert crease and spot on face. $12 1936 use of 20c on cover from Company F, 15th Infantry, 3396 *F A American Barracks, Tientsin to USA, cancelled with bilingual ‘/ 3II36|11/TIENTSIN 13’ (B1). $110 1941 use of 10c & 50c Martyrs (1 stamp missing) on commercial 3397 *F B air cover to Australia endorsed “Airmail to Hong Kong”, bi-lingual Chengtu on face, double-circle ‘VICTORIA/10 30/19AP/41/ HONG KONG’ backstamp & boxed ‘NOT OPENED/BY/ CENSOR’ handstamp on face. $100 3398 *F A 1942c use of 8c olive-green Dr Sun with opt, cancelled with bilingual TSINGTAO datestamp. $50

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1947 use of $3000 blue Sun Yat-Sen & $200 yellow-brown Chiang Kai Shek, cancelled with bilingual dotted circle ‘/21.7.47 11/SHANGHAI’ (A1), on airmail envelope to Washington DC, USA, with Chinese double-circle airmail handstamp (A1) of 22.7.1947 in purple, some slight discolouration from envelope gum. $60 1956 use of 50f grey & 20f blue, cancelled with bilingual 3400 *F B ‘/56.6.2.24/PEKING/’ on illustrated cover from Chinese Observers in North Korea to Moscow by air, with bilingual triangular ‘/13’ (A1) in red, backstamped with Cyrillic Moscow 7, reduced at right, some light creasing. $125 CHINA | Military - World War II Period 1941 use of red Advice of Receipt card, cancelled with bilingual 3401 *V B ‘SHANGHAI/5.11.41|14/’ (A1), from a Jewish 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. $120 CHRISTMAS ISLAND 3402 **/VA 1953-1970 Selection [1] Christmas Island - 1958 set, 1963 set x2 (**, 1 only of 4c & 5c) and used, 1968 Fish set of 10 [2] Cocos - 1963 set [3] Nauru - 1965 set, 1963-64 set of 5, 1966 set (** & used), 1968 Republic set [4] Norfolk Island 1953-64 scraps. $30 3403 ** A A1 1994 Year of the Dog 90c m/s with ‘QUEENSLAND STAMP & COIN SHOW’ opt, SG #388. $15 COCOS ISLANDS 3404 F A A1 1963 Pictorials set of 6, SG #1-6. $5 3405 ** A B1 - 2/- Dukong (sail boat), SG #5. $6 3406 ** A A1 1982 Issues British empire set of 3, scouting set of 2, butterflies & moths set of 16 & Christmas set of 3, SG #79-102, Cat £18. $14 COCOS ISLANDS | First Day Covers 1976 Ships set of 12 on 2 FDC’s, Cat #20-31, odd small lightly 3407 *F Atoned area. $8 COCOS ISLANDS | Postal History 1955 illustrated cover with Australian adhesives tied by fine 3408 *F A Cocos Island cds 23NO55 with fine Inauguration of Domestic Postal Services cachet in violet at left. $35 COLOMBIAN STATES | Bolivar 1863 Seal of Colombia 1p red, SG #3, Cat £11. 3409 * A $10 CONGO (Belgian) | Postal History 3410 *F A1942 use of 20f brown, 4f mauve, 75c pink & 50c mauve, cancelled with ‘ELISABETHVILLE/5-2-42.15/[posthorn]’ (B1), on cover to New Barnet, England, endorsed “BY CLIPPER - VIA MIAMI” sealed at left with ‘CENSURE/CONGO BELGE’ label & at right with both plain brown tape & ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/ EXAMINER 6623/51-1545 CP&PCoLtd’ label, some mild toning. $80 CONGO (Belgian) | Military Postmarks 3411 S A A2- ‘B.C.P.V.P.K No. 1 light blue double-circle ‘B.C.P.V.P.K./ 16/ [N]1’ on 10c black & carmine. $8 CONGO (French) 3412 F A B1 1891-92 Opts 5c on 20c red/green, SG #5, Cat £300, cancelled with double-circle ‘LIBREVILL[E]/24/JUN/92/CONGOFRANCA[IS]’ (A2). $275 CONGO (former French Congo) 3413 V A A1 1978 Rubens set of 4, Sc #433-6, CTO. $3 3414 ** A A1 1978 World Cup Soccer 300f Pele, block of 6, Sc #445. $5 3415 V A A1 1978 Nobel Prize Winners set of 5, Sc #447-51, CTO. $3 3416 ** A A1 1978 WWF 300f Buffon’s Kob, block of 6, Sc #457, Cat $75. $45 3417 ** A A1 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics 200f Ski Jump, top block of 12, Sc #C263, Cat $17. $10 3418 ** A A1 - 350f Downhill Skiing, corner block of 9, Sc #C264, Cat $20. $14 3419 V A A1 1980 Soccer Stadiums set of 5, Sc #C276-80, CTO. $3 COOK ISLANDS 3420 ** A A1 1970 Royal Visit set of 3 TLC blocks of 4 comprising 3 stamps + label, SG #328-30, Cat £21+. (9) $10 CROATIA | Postal History 1992 use of stampless cover to Petrinja Station, cancelled with 3421 *F A double-circle ‘UNITED NATIONS - UNIES/1992-06-09/ UNPROFOR’ (A2), double-circle ‘GENERAL SERVICE/ UNPROFOR/THQ ZAGREB/SUPPLY UNIT’ (A2) on face. $30 CYPRUS 3422 * A B1 1882 Surcharges Wmk Crown/CA ½ on ½pi with spur on 1, SG #25c, Cat £250. $250 3423 * A A1 1904-10 KEVII Wmk Multi Crown/CA 1pi carmine & blue, SG #64. $6 3424 F B B1 1924-28 KGV Wmk Multi Script CA ½pi black, SG #104, tiny tear between perfs at top. $4 3425 * A C1 - 12pi chestnut & black, SG #114. $8 3426 F A A1 1934 KGV Pictorials short set to 2½pi ultramarine, SG #133-8. $4 CYPRUS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1881 QV 1pi carmine on buff, HG #5, cancelled with squared3427 *F A circle ‘NIKO[SIA]/C/JA15/03/CYPRUS’ (A2), to France. $16 CYPRUS | Postal History 3428 *F B 1932 Cyprus - England with KGV adhesives tied by Limassol cancel 20 AP 32. $40 CYPRUS | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3429 S A A2 974: of Kyrenia on ½pi dull green. PO 30/9/1878. $5


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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 D48: of Nicosia Army Headquarters on GB 2½d rose Pl 14 (torn). [Rated 50 by Proud]

$12

CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1872 Austrian Issue 2k yellow on buff with 57mm heading and 3431 *V Ano text on back, HG #18, stamp cancelled with ‘ABHRTAM/28/8’ (A1), minor stain on back.

$20

CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1886 3k green on light green, HG #A2. 3432 *** A

$18

3454 *F A-

3455 *F A-

- printed Pictorial military card feat. the flag of the 1st Shooting Company, cancelled with triple-circle ‘POLNI POSTA/CESKO-/ SLOVENSKE/VOJSKO/NA RUSI/[posthorn]/2/POSTA/ MILITAIRE/2’ (A2) & also bearing double-circle ‘7. STRELECKY TATRANSKY PLUK/1L/rota/*’ (A1) of the 7th Shooting Regt at Tomsk. in purple, to another soldier in 6th Czech Regt, 3rd Machine Gun company, some light toning. [Czech Legion, soldier to soldier.] - envelope, cancelled with triple-circle ‘POLNI POSTA/CESKO-/ SLOVENSKE/VOJSKO/NA RUSI/[posthorn]/1/POSTE/ MILITAIRE/[1]’ (A2) in blue, from Niznij Udinsk, Siberia to Lhota, Czechoslovakia, slightly reduced at right with some light toning. [Czech Legion] - envelope, cancelled with triple-circle ‘Velitcistvi 8. ces. slov. strel. pluku S?zst???/[lion rampant]/***’ (B1) in purple, of the 8th Shooting Regt, addressed to Prague, some water damage to upper edge & closed tears, glued along top. [Czech Legion] 1920(C.) use of Czech Legion red & blue lion on plain Russian postcard, from Bonapol to Perjatin, with faint unit cachet from soldier in 4th Troop, 4th Coy 6th Czech Hanacky Regt, to another soldier. [Stamp not required] 1920c use of Czechoslovakian Army in Siberia 50k perf 11½, cancelled with light double-circle ‘POLNÍ POSTA/[posthorn]/ PRESIDENT/GRANT/CESK[OSLOVE]NSKY [??]’ on piece. [President Grant was a US repatriation ship returning the Czech Legion from Siberia to Europe]

CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal History 3433 *F B 1920c double-circle ‘LEGATION REPUBLIC CHECOSLOVAQUIA/ATTACHE/MILITAIRE/ROME’ (B2) in blue on sepia PPC of ‘ROMA - Il Colosseo’, very light message in 3456 *F B pencil, lightly creased TRC. $90 1924 use of 50h green & 100h red x2 cancelled by partial 3434 *G B Prague machine cancel on YMCA Russian Department printed envelope with vertical fold and closed tear at top to France. $130 3457 *F A 1938 Airmail cover to New Zealand with 3K & 4K Airs tied by 3435 *F A double ring cancel 22 IV 38. $20 3436 *F A1962 use of 1k purple pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘PRAHA06/30V62-10/g/’ (A1) on long registered Ambassade de 3458 *F A B2 la Republique d’Irak cover to London, GB, with registration label & straight-line ‘Doporucene’ (A1), some edge wear. $10 1981 use of 40h flower x10 & 1k Morava x2, cancelled with 3437 *F A double-circle ‘16000 PRAHA 8/30.6.81·19/···’ (A1) on air cover to the 13th International Botanical Congress Australia, from the Institute of Experimental Botany, Prague. $10 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postmarks double-circle ‘HUMPOLEC * 3459 * B B1 Humpolec: CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Military - World War I Period HUMPOLETZ/25/2/18/*’ on 8h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. 3438 *V B 1919 stampless env with light Polni Post cancel of Czech 3460 * B A1- Landskron: light ‘LANDSKRON/3/5/18/IN BÖHMEN’ on 8h Legion, to Cerveny Kostelec, Bohemia, toned. $100 Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. 3439 *V A - use of stampless black & white photographic postcard of Czech 3461 * B B1 Neutitschein: double-circle ‘NEUTITSCHEIN * NOVY JICIN/ Legionnaires in theatrical costumes, cancelled with ‘8. 12XI18-8/?’ on 10h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. STRELECEY PLUK JANA ZIZKY/8/ROTA’ (B1) backstamp of 8th Company, 8th Shooting Regt, Czech Legion. $65 DANISH WEST INDIES 3462 F A C2 1873-1902 Bi-Colours Perf 14x13½ 1c brown-lake & yellowish 3440 *F A- use of Dopisnice card unnecessarily franked with Russian 1r, green frame inverted, SG #11, Cat £22. 3.50r & 7r arms, cancelled with blue crayon strike, to Moravia, bearing ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK JANA ZIZKY */1./???POR’ (A2), DENMARK mild corner crease, small closed tear at right. [Czech Legion] $175 3463 F A 1851 RBS Currency 4rbs chocolate four margins close to good 3441 *F A - use of printed Feldpostkarte with Feldpost references deleted Mi 1. in red crayon, cancelled with double-circle ‘CESKO1854 New Currency 4s red-brown, four good margins Mi 4. 3464 F A SLOVENSKA POLNI POSTA/15XII19/44’ (C1), to Roztokaih, 3465 F A - 8s green, four clear margins Mi 5. with straight-line ‘Ceskoslovensky strelecky pluk cís. 8.’ in red & F A - 16s grey-lilac, three clear margins Mi 6. straight-line ‘Stabni oddeleni’ x2 in red. $90 3466 3467 F A 1863 Roulette 11 4s red-brown Mi 9. 1919(C.) undated photographic card featuring a company of 3442 *V A3468 F B - 16s red-lilac Mi 10, nice appearance but few faults, difficult soldiers with a railway & rail trucks in background, cancelled with stamp. ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK JANA ZIZKY/8/ROTA/*’ (A1) of 3rd 3469 F A 1864 Crown in Double Oval 3s Mi 12. Shooting Regt. in purple, addressed to Svabin, Czechoslovakia, 1870 -71 Bi Colours 16s grey and green Mi 20IA. slight damage to top edge. [Czech Legion] $110 3470 F A 3443 *F B - envelope, cancelled with light triple-circle ‘Polni posta ceskoDENMARK | Postal History slovenskch vojsk/[emblem]/***’ (B1), addressed to Lt. Col. at 3471 *F A1916 use of 10ø red Christian X cancelled with Czech army HQ, Irkutsk, reduced at right, some light creasing. ‘KJØBENHAVN/8.11.16 8-9 8/K’ (A2-), on postcard to [Czech Legion] $125 Kleinschmalkalden, soiled right edge. 3444 *F A - use of large stampless envelope, cancelled with ‘3 POLNI 3472 *F A 1943 use of K.F.U.M.s Soldatermission card with typed ‘Interne/ POSTA 3/CESKO-/SLOVENSKE/VOJSKO/NA RUSI/[posthorn]/ ringspost!’, cancelled with slogan ‘KØBENHAVN/1530/4OKT/ POSTE/MILITAIRE’ (A2), to Lieut. of health service, 2nd batt., 943/*K.*’ (A1), from Lynetten, K. internment camp to 1st regt of Janhus. [Czech Legion] $150 Copenhagen. - use of stampless envelope, cancelled with light ‘2 POLNI 3445 *F A DOMINICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards POSTA 2/CESKO-/SLOVENSKE/VOJSKO/NA RUSI/[post horn]/ 3473 *** A 1886 Round Frame, Buff Stock 1½d brown, HG #4, slight POSTE/MILITARE’ (A1-), addressed to another soldier in the 4th corner damage to BRC. Czech regt. [Czech Legion] $125 3446 *V A - use of DOPISNICE card, cancelled with ‘CESKOSLOVENSKY EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards CERVENY KRIZ/+/Zaiatecky oddil.’ (A1) in red, to Pelhrimov. 1903 KEVII ½a green on ivory, opt ‘SPECIMEN’, HG #1, couple 3474 *** A[Czech Legion] $125 of light toned areas. - use of plain envelope, cancelled with ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK 3447 *V AEAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes JANA ZIZKY */[lion rampant]’ (A1-) in purple, to Dobrovici, 3475 *F B1903 KEVII 2a blue with dark blue text, 200x126mm, HG #C1b, backstamped with ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK JANA ZIZKY */3./ uprated with 6c carmine x4, cancelled with ‘MAGADI KULOMETRA/ROTA’ (A1), cover has been separated into two JUNCTION/8AM/JY24/13/EA[P]’ (A2- rated 500 by Proud), with parts joined by hinges for display, couple of small closed tears. 39x24mm boxed reg label handstamped ‘Magadi Ju[nction]’ in [Czech Legion] $110 purple (B2), addressed to Berlin, cover is tatty around edges and - use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle 3448 *F Aopened on 2 sides with some toning. ‘POLNÍ POSTA/CESKO-/SLOVENSKÉ/VOJSKO.NA RUSI/ [posthorn]/POSTE/MILITARE’ (B2), with straight-line EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal History ‘Informacne-esvefovy odbor M. V.:’ (A1) in purple, to soldier in 3476 *G B 1909 use of 10c, 15c x2 & 1r (SG #37,39,26 Cat £180+ on 12th Coy 3rd Regt at Ljudanka. $150 cover), cancelled with poor Nairobi of 2AU/09 on large registered 3449 *V A - use of undated Russian PPC of building, cancelled with piece from parcel to USA, violet diamond ‘PASSED FREE OF double-circle ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK JANA ZIZKY/8 ROTA’ (3rd [DUTY]/N.Y.Y.[?]/R.C.’ (C2) on face. Shooting Regt of Jana Zizky) to Svabin, Czechoslovakia. $110 3477 *F A 1918 use of 6c red KGV (SG 46) on cover to UK cancelled with - use of undated Russian PPC of rock formation, cancelled with 3450 *V A poor Jinja of 11DE/18. double-circle ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK JANA ZIZKY/8 ROTA’ (3rd EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postmarks Shooting Regt of Jana Zizky) to Svabin, Czechoslovakia. $110 3478 * B B1 Eldoret: ‘ELDORET/630AM/7OC/22/KENYA’ (B1), Proud #D5, 3451 *F A - use of plain envelope cancelled with light Czech Red Cross 1c black & 3c blue-green strip of 3, creased edges & small tear POW Dept handstamp & bearing Prague transit, to Cerveny at top. Kostelec Bohemia, backstamped with 1st Attack Unit handstamp. $110 EGYPT 3452 *F A1919c envelope, cancelled with triple-circle ‘POLNI POSTA/ 1865 Birket-El-Sab vice regal post circular seal. [Rare] 3479 D B CESKO-/SLOVENSKE/VOJSKO/NA RUSI/[posthorn]/1/POSTA/ 3480 ** A B1 1925 Int. Geographical Congress 10m rose-carmine, SG MILITARE/1’ (A2) of 1st Attack Battalion in purple, from Musici to #124, Cat £14. Cerveny Kostelec, Bohemia, some minor creasing & tiny tears EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards along top edge. [Czech Legion] $100 1888 New Currency 5m carmine, HG #3. 3481 *** A3453 *F A- envelope, cancelled with triple-circle ‘Polni Posta cesko1894 Heading in Egyptian & French Only 3m + 3m violet, HG 3482 *** Aslovenskych vojsk/[emblem]/***’ (A1-) in purple, from Vladivostok #8. HQ to Prague, some light creasing around edges. [Czech Legion] $150 EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3483 *** B 1889 Pyramid & Sphinx 2p orange, 146x111mm, HG #B3, some tone spots. - 5m carmine, 146x111mm, HG #B6. 3484 *** A

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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 3485 *** A 3486 *** A-

- 5m carmine, 120x90mm, HG #B6a. 1907 New Border & Value 3m orange, HG #B8.

EGYPT | Postal History 1916 use of long OHMS cover with ‘FREE’ handstamp, 3487 *F A cancelled with bilingual double-circle ‘SIDI GABER/26V16.6PM/’, to Alexandria, with triple-oval ‘SUPPLY OFFICE, MUSTA??A/26MAY.1916/ALEXANDRIA’ (A1-). 3488 *F A 1929 use of 1927-37 15m blue Fuad, cancelled with bi-lingual ‘/ 10OC29.12/ALEXANDRIA’ (B1), double-circle ‘BAGDAD/SOR./ 16OCT29/’ (B1) transit, poor Isfahan arrival, contents included. 1951 use of 17m green & 10m brown & purple x2, cancelled with 3489 * A ‘/11FE515-6P/CAIRO/T.L.’, on air cover to Oelde, Germany.

$7 $6

$15

3519 S B A2 3520 * A- C2

3521 * A A1 3522 * A A1-

$16

3523 S A A1

$5

3524 S A A2

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Buca Bay (1): ‘BUCA BAY/2?DEC36/[FIJI]’ on 2d grey KGV, rounded BRC. PO 1/3/1907; renamed Diloi PO 20/12/1934. Cicia: poor ‘POST OFFICE/[crown]/FIJI’ seal on 2½d Surcharge on Jackson cover to New Zealand, Suva backstamp of 10OCT/ 1941, minor faults. [Cicia had no datestamps at this time.] PO c.1890.

Government Buildings (2): ‘GOVT. BUILDINGS/9OCT70/ SUVA-FIJI’ on 2d green QEII envelope for Jackson. PO c.1952. Labasa: ‘LABASA/11JUN46/FIJI’ on 2½d brown & green Map on Tatts cover. PO 3/6/1892. Lakeba: ‘LAKEBA’ single line handstamp on 1d red KEVII. PO c.1890.

Lautoka: ‘P.O. LAUTOKA/25/NOV/10/FIJI’ in blue on 1d red KEVII. Loma Loma (1): straight-line ‘LOMA L[OMA]’ on 1d dull purple & black on red KEVII. PO c.1872; closed c.1908. Nadroga: straight-line ‘[N]ADROGA’ on 1d red KEVII, overstamped with light Suva of 28JAN08. [Rated 125 by Proud]

EGYPT | Military - World War I Period 1915 use of stampless OHMS cover, cancelled with bilingual 3490 *F A3525 S A A2 double-circle ‘ALEXANDRA/K/13II15 6PM/’, with double oval ‘EMBARKING STAFF OFFICE/13FEB1915/ALEXANDRIA’ (A1-) 3526 S A A2 in purple, slightly reduced at right. $120 PO c.1890; renamed Sigatoka PO c.-/6/1968. FALKLAND ISLANDS 3491 * A A1 1904-12 KEVII 1d vermilion SG 44. $14 3527 S A A1- Nailaga: straight-line ‘NAILAGA’ on 1d red KEVII. PO c.1905; closed 18/8/1915. 3492 * A B1 1912-20 KGV Wmk Mult Crown/CA 1d orange-vermilion SG Naililili: lightly struck ‘P.O.NAIL[LILI]LI/15/JAN/1919/FIJI’ on 61c. $5 3528 S A A2- KGV 1d red pair. [Rated 600 by Proud] PO c.1900; renamed Nabilili 3493 ** A A1 1980 Birds of Prey set SG 384-7. (4) $4 PO 1/9/1954. FALKLAND ISLANDS | Military - World War II Period 3529 D A A1 Namoli: “dumb” woodcut cancel (LRD - 23x19mm; 3 rows of 1942 use of stampless OAS endorsed envelope from Private 3494 *V Airregular square blocks) in violet on Pirogue 2d, over-struck Suva Robinson on the Falkland Islands, cancelled with mute of 24/OCT/00, part undated ‘P O/NAM[OLI]’ in violet alongside. ‘RECEIVED FROM/H.M.SHIPS’ (A1), to England, with ‘[crown]/ [Both rated 250 by Proud] PO 2/3/1900; replaced by Lautoka PO c.PASSED BY CENSOR/No./4428’ (A1) handstamp in purple, flap /6/1901. largely removed. $350 3530 S A A2 Nausori: 2-line ‘[A.& M]. BRODZIAK & CO./[Per .....]’ rubber 3495 *F B - use of large plain envelope endorsed “ON ACTIVE SERVICE”, handstamp on 1d mauve pair cancelled with 1901 Levuka. PO uncancelled but bearing crowned circle ‘PASSED BY c.1890. CENSOR/No./4428’ (A1), from soldier at Falkland Isles to Leeds, 3531 * A B1 - ‘NAUSORI.P.O./20/AUG/1907/FIJI’, on 1d red KEVII, on plain Yorkshire, letter included, partially torn at left edge, with a couple cover to Hobart, 2 filing holes. [Rated 250 by Proud] of closed tears & some creasing. [Robinson correspondence] $125 3532 * B A1- - ‘NAUSORI.P.O./21/SEP/1907/FIJI’ (arcs 2½,3) on 1d red KEVII 1943 use of stampless OAS cover, cancelled with ‘POST/ 3496 *F Aon cover to Commercial Banking Co., Hobart, spike hole. OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’ (A1) in red, to Yeadon, Leeds, with 3533 * A- A1- Navua: ‘P.O. NAVUA/MY20/1907/FIJI’, on 1d red KEVII x3, on crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./4428’ (A1-), letter long cover to Hobart, Tas, 2 small spike holes. [Rated 600 by included. [Robinson correspondence.] $350 Proud] PO c.1871. - use of stampless OAS cover to England, cancelled with red 3497 *F A3534 S A A2 - ‘[P].O.NAVUA/OC8/1908/FIJI’, on 1d red KGV. ‘POST/OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’ (A1) on arrival, violet 3535 S A A2 Raki Raki: ‘[RA]KI RAKI’ on 1d purple & black on red KEVII with ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No/4428’ (A1) on face. Part of the 1905 handstamp. PO c.1890. Robinson correspondence, letter is included. $550 3536 * A A1 - ‘RAKI RAKI/9OC70 9/FIJI’ on 2c green QEII envelope for Jackson. FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES to 1956 3537 S A A2 Rotuma: ‘[P.O.] ROTUMA/21/FEB/[1]916/[FIJI]’, on 1d scarlet 3498 * A A1 1948 KGVI & Map set of 8, map thin & clear, SG #G9-G16, Cat KGV. PO c.1894. £88, excludes 1949 2½d black & deep-blue. $44 3538 S A A1- - ‘ROTUMA/12MAY33/[FIJI]’ on 1d violet KGV pair. FIJI 3539 * A A1 Savu Savu East: ‘SAVU SAVU/9OC70.9/FIJI’ on 2c green QEII 3499 F B C3 1876-77 ‘VR’ Underprint on Laid Paper 6d rose, SG #33, Cat envelope, for Jackson. Renamed from Savu Savu PO c.1890. £28 missing top left corner. $10 3540 D B Suva: 70 assorted Suva cancellations on hagners & album 3500 F B B2 - 6d carmine-rose, SG #33a, Cat £38, couple of minor faults. $10 pages with very little duplication, includes early killers, cds, 3501 * A A2 1892-93 Surcharges 5d on 6d rose (wide setting) vertical strip registered, paid & first day of issue types from 1886-1981. PO c.of 3, SG #75, Cat £210. $180 /12/1871. 3502 **/* A B1 1891-1902 New Designs Perf 11¾ ½d greenish slate sheet of 3541 * A A1 - ‘POSTAGE PAID IN CASH/25SEP35/SUVA-FIJI’ (Proud #PD4) 100, SG #95, Cat £550, 76 units MUH, 24 units with sellotape in red, on plain cover to Birmingham, UK. strips along perf lines. $350 3542 * A A1 - ‘POSTAGE PAID IN CASH/25MR61.1/SUVA-FIJI’ (Proud 3503 **/* A B1 - ½d greenish slate sheet of 100, SG #95, Cat £550, 71 units #PD6) in red, on OHMS cover by air to London, with doubleMUH, 29 units with sellotape strips along perf lines. $300 circle ‘FIJI/OFFICIAL/G.S./PAID’ (A1) in purple. 3504 * A B1 1891-1902 New Design Perf 11x11¾ 1d rosy mauve block of 4, 3543 * A A1 - ‘OFFICIAL PAID P.M.G./9JAN61/SUVA.FIJI’ (Proud #OPD15) SG #101, Cat £32. $30 in red, on OHMS cover by air to London. $30 3544 * A C1 - light double-circle ‘SUVA.FIJI/30/JAN/1922/REGISTERED’ 3505 * A B2 - 2½d brown marginal block of 4, SG #103, Cat £44. 3506 V B A1 1912-23 KGV Die I Wmk Multi Crown/CA £1 purple & black on (Proud #R2) on 2d grey KGV x2, on cover to Denmark, with red, Die II, SG #137a, Cat £275, revenue cancellation, boxed ‘[R]/SUVA.FIJI/NO__’ (B2, Proud #R13), backstamped discolouration of purple ink under cancellation. $40 with hooded ‘REGISTERED/LONDON.E.C./B/15MR22/40’ (A1-) 3507 V A B1 1938-55 KGVI Pictorials ½d green, strip of 3, SG #249b. $8 transit & ‘KØBENHAVN/10MB.18.3.22/K. 1’ (A1-) arrival. 3508 * B A1 - 2d brown & green, Die I, block of 4, SG #253, Cat £160, gum 3545 D A A1 - ‘SUVA FIJI/31OC?29/REGISTERED’ (Proud #R4) PO c.-/12/ quite toned. $100 1871. 3509 * A A1 1971-72 Birds & Flowers complete set, SG #435-50, Cat £38. 3546 * A A1 - boxed ‘SUVA/R/No GA...’ (Proud #R25), on OHMS cover, (16) $15 cancelled with ‘POST OFFICE/29AUG66/SUVA. FIJI’ (A1), 1977 E.E.C./A.C.P. Conference New Issue Notification for 3510 ** A backstamped with ‘MOUNT ALBERT/1SP66 1/N.Z’ (A1-) arrival. Stamp News with 2 photographic reproductions of the 3547 S A A1- Tavuki: straight-line ‘TAVUKI’ on KEVII 1d red with light Suva Conference issue & some technical details. $12 1909 cds. [Rated 150] Renamed from Kadavu West PO c.1905; 3511 ** A 1977 Hibiscus Festival New Issue Notification for Stamp News replaced by Vunisea PO 18/2/1910. with 4 photographic reproductions of the Fiji Hibiscus Festival 3548 D A A2- Vuna (1): ‘P.O. VUNA/10/JUN/1929/FIJI’ on 2d grey KGV. PO issue & some technical details. $12 c.1890; closed 31/7/1938. 3512 ** A A1 1979 Endangered Species 30c Pink Billed Parrot Finch gutter 3549 * A A1 Vuna (2): ‘VUNA/11FE52.10/FIJI’, on ½d green x4 & 1d brown block of 10, SG #567, Cat £40+. $30 & blue on Garrison cover. PO 1/6/1939. 3513 V A A1 1982 Disciplined Forces set of 4 in marginal imprint blocks of 3550 S A A2 Wainibokasi (1): straight-line ‘[WAIN]IBOKASI’ on 1d red KEVII, 10 all plate 1b, SG #632-5, Cat £55+, all cancelled on first day. $25 overstruck with Suva of 26 MAR 1908. [Rated 200 by Proud] Renamed from Lower Rewa PO c.1890; closed 31/12/1928. FIJI | First Day Covers 3551 S A- A1 Wairiki: mss “Wairiki” on 2d green Pirogue pair, overstruck with 3514 *F A1946 Victory set of 2 cancelled with ‘SUVA/17AU46.12/FIJI’ on ‘LEVUKA/1-/JAN/94/FIJI’ (A2-). [Rated 300 by Proud] PO c.1871; illustrated FDC, mss address, discoloured at right edge. $5 closed 6/4/1898. FIJI | Postal History 3552 D A A1- Waiyevo: ‘WAIYEVO/19MAY39/FIJI’. PO 1/8/1910. 1948 use of ½d, 1d, 1½d, 2d, 2½d, 3d, 5d & 6d (stated to be 3515 *F AFINLAND violet-black) on long air cover from member of the Blue Lagoon Film Unit to Queensland. $20 3553 F A C1 1875-82 P11 25p carmine Mi 17Aya. FRANCE FIJI | Military - World War II Period 3554 * B D1 1862-70 Napoleon III Perf 14x13½ 1c olive-green on bluish, Mi 1940s NZ OAS cover to Dunedin cancelled with violet ‘N.Z.E.F./ 3516 *F A#24, Cat €25, some paper adhesion on back. FIELD/POST OFFICE’ (A1), violet triangular ‘SERVICE CENSOR/F12’ (A1-) in TLC, minor opening faults. $400 3555 * A A1 1954 Air 200f Noratlas, Mi #988, Cat €15. 3556 * A A1 - 500f Magister, Mi #989, Cat €130. FIJI | Postmarks 3557 * A A1 1958 Helicopter 1000f L’Alouette, Mi #1177, Cat €40. 3517 S A- A2- Ba: ‘P.O. BA/29/NOV/1906/FI[JI]’ (5mm wide ‘B’) on 1d purple & 3558 ** A 1986 Collection Philatélique No.2 folder with stamps & black on red KEVII, rounded BRC. PO c.1871. $4 descriptive cards, Mi #2542-56, Cat €25. 3518 S A A2- - ‘P.[O.] BA/19/FEB/19/FIJI’ (3mm wide ‘B’) on 2d grey KGV $3 FRANCE | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 3559 *** A1926 Sower 15c violet brown on buff, No. 652, HG #E9.

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FRANCE | First Day Covers 3560 *F B 1946 Paris Conference set of 2, Mi #763-4, accompanied by 10f blue landmarks (Mi #758) on 2.40f pink postcard cancelled with 4 strikes of ‘CONFERENCE DE PARIS/*/29-7/46’, addressed to England, strong vertical fold. FRANCE | Maximum Cards 1954 Famous Frenchmen 18f+6f Sadi Carnot tied to maxi card 3561 *F A by Limoges cds 10 JUIL 1954. FRANCE | Postal History 1867 entire to Switzerland with 30c brown Napoleon tied by 3562 *F A indistinct Paris numeral cancel, fine Paris double-circle canc 12 OCT 67 below with fine Luzern backstamp 13 X 67. 3563 *F A1935 use of 50c pink, cancelled with ‘PARIS XI/1530/2VIII/1935/ RUE MERCOEUR’ (A1) machine, on cover endorsed “Prison/ Militaire” to a member of 1st Algerian Spahis Regt, letter included, some staining at BRC. 1939 use of 10f brown on blue Vincennes x3 & 25c green 3564 *F AMercury, cancelled with ‘PARIS·VIII/1815/6-5/39/49.R.DELA BOETIE’ (B1), on air cover to Sydney, NSW. 1947 use of 100f blue Jupiter & Egine, 40f green Centaur x2, 10f 3565 *F Ablue Palais du Luxembourg & 1f carmine-red Ceres, cancelled with poor Paris of 5-6 47, on air cover to Sydney, NSW. 3566 *F A 1959 use of 25c scarlet France on under-paid cover to Switzerland, Swiss 25c Landscape use as PDue stamp. FRANCE | Military & Censor Mail 1880s military ‘ORDRE DE ROUTE’ document, unused and 3567 *WAcancelled with blue boxed ‘ANNULÉ’.

GERMAN STATES | Prussia 3594 F A C1 1861-65 Prussian Eagle 6pf brown-orange, Mi #15b, Cat €70. GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $4 3595 S B B2 1785: 4-rings on 2-margins 2sgr blue (small thin). $30

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$6 FRANCE | Military - World War I Period 3568 *F A1917 25c blue sower on cover to New York, with ‘CONTROLE POSTAL MILITARE’ censor tape at right, also bearing doublecircle ‘BRITISH REMOUNT COMMISSION’ (A1) in purple, ‘Ministère de la Guerre/REPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE/ CONTROLE POSTAL CONSTANTINE’ (A2) in purple, backstamped with boxed ‘OUVERT PAR/L’AUTHORITÉ MILITAIRE’ (A1) in purple, double-circle ‘PARIS R P/9*/3III/1917/ ETRANGER’ (B1), ‘NEW YORK.N.Y./MAR26/1230PM/1917/ PENN.TERM.STA.’ (A1) machine & Waldorf Astoria receiving handstamp, odd toned spot, toned edges on stamp. $100 FRANCE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3569 S A A2 1: in star of Place De La Bourse on 1870 40c Ceres. $4 3570 S A B1 3: in star of Place De La Madeleine on 1862 20c blue. $5 3571 S A A2 7: in star of Rue De Vieilles- Hautdriettes on 1862 40c orange. $10 3572 D A- A1 10: circled ‘10’ (A1-), cancelling 5c blue-green Peace & Commerce stationary cut-out $10 3573 S A A2 17: in star of Rue Du Pont Neuf on 1871 15c thick figures Ceres. $4 3574 S A B2 22: in star of Rue Du Helder on 1862 10c bistre. $10 3575 S A B1 37: in star of Boulevarde Malesherbes on 1871 5c Ceres. $4 3576 S A A2 E: in star (#GL) of Rue De Seze on 1853 10c bistre. $4 3577 S B B2 EP: ‘E.P’ of Epernay-Paris TPO on 1870 40c Ceres. $4 FRANCE | Postmarks 3578 * A A1 UNESCO Month: ‘MOIS DE L’UNESCO/10-4/47/PARIS’ on 15f on commercial cover to GB. $16 FRANCE | General Colonies Issues 3579 F A 1859-65 Eagle: 20c blue 3½-margins, 4k, small nick in top margin. $8 1887 Reprints: imperf 80c rose on white paper Mi 6ND. $18 3580 * A 3581 F A 1877-79 Peace & Commerce: 10c green 4-margins, Mi #28, Cat €11. $5 FRANCE | General Colonies Issues | Postage Dues 3582 F B 1893 New Colours: 5c light blue, gutter block of 8 with sheet number ‘3’, Mi #15, some toning. $6 3583 * A - 10c brown gutter pair with sheet number ‘5’, Mi #16. $4 FRENCH LEVANT | Postal History 3584 *F A 1908 use of Turkish 20pa carmine on pink Postal Card (HG #12), cancelled with ‘SMYRNE’ barred oval (B1), to France. $50 FRENCH POLYNESIA - OCEANIC SETTLEMENTS 3585 * A D1 1900-07 Peace & Commerce 50c brown & red on azure, SG #20, Cat £140. $100 GAMBIA 3586 * A- B1 1880-81 Cameo Wmk Crown/CC Upright 3d bright ultramarine line P14, SG #14B, Cat £65, minor gum fault. $40 GERMAN STATES | Baden 3587 F A 1853 New Colours 3k black on green, Mi #6, 3-margin. $4 1858 New Colours 3k black on blue, Mi #8, Cat €40, 2-margins $18 3588 F A 3589 F B A2 1862-66 Void Background 9kr bright reddish-brown, Mi #20a, Cat €35, shallow thin. $5 GERMAN STATES | Bavaria 1850 Numeral in Circle 9k green, Mi #5, Cat €18, 4-margins, 3590 F C horizontal crease, aged paper, envelope adhered to reverse. $5 GERMAN STATES | Hanover | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1863 Stamp on TLC with Long Gum 1g rose, HG #B12, 3591 *V Acancelled with blue ‘STADE/16/6’ (A1 - 1864), flap faults. $20 3592 *V A- 1g rose, HG #B12, local use in Hanover, flap faults. $20 GERMAN STATES | North German Confederation 1868 Numeral in Circle ¼g brown-violet, 3-margins, Mi #1a, 3593 F ACat €15. $10

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1872 Large Shield 9kr reddish brown, Mi #27a, Cat €320, 3 trimmed perfs at BLC. $100 3597 * A B1 1940 Winter Relief Fund set of 9, Mi #751-9, 3pf+2pf has a thinned BLC. $5 GERMANY | Official Stamps 3598 F A- B1 1920 Numerals With ‘21’ in Corners set of 7, Mi #16-22, Cat €16, 10pf is MLH, 1rm has slight surface abrasion centrally at top. $5 3599 **/* A A1 1920 Wurttemberg ‘Amtlichter Verkehr’ Opt ‘Deutches/ Reich’ 10pf block of 4, 3**/1*, Mi #58, Cat €24. $15 3600 F A A1 1922 New Values Lozenge Wmk 10m green on rose block of 4, Mi #68. $4 GERMANY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3601 *F A 1921 Numeral & Post Rider 80p carmine on buff, HG #142, uprated with 4p & 5p strip of 4, stamps cancelled with doublecircle ‘NEUKÖLLN/17.12.11.2-3n/*1g’ (B1), oval ‘Porto’ and mss “100” in blue as postage due charge, both on face. $35 GERMANY | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3602 *** C 1873 Large Arms Without Overprints 1g rose, HG #B5, generalised toning. $5 GERMANY | Postal History 3603 *F B 1872 outer to Brunn with 1Gr tied by Hamburg cds 20-8 72 crease affects adhesive, but nice early Eagle cover. $30 3604 *F A 1900 use of stampless Field Postcard to Berlin, cancelled with O / ‘KAIS. DEUTSCHE/MARINE-/SCHIFFSPOST/N 35/23 8/00’ (B1 - SMS Weissenburg on its way to Kiautschou), message is headed Singapore. $160 1923 stampless cover to Australia with poor red double-boxed 3605 *F B ‘Gebühr/bezalt’ (not listed by Michel) and endorsed “6,000,000” and “Taxe perçue” all in TRC, cancelled with ‘HÖHSCHEID/2.10.23.8-9V/*(Kr SOLINGEN)*’ (A1). $160 1941 use of 12p Hindenburg on cvr to Prague, stamp cancelled 3606 *F A with d/circle ‘GOLLNOW/15.7.41.15/’ (B1), contents included. $50 GERMANY | Military & Censor Mail 3607 *F A+ 1971 use of stampless envelope with printed POW label, from Sigmaringen to Major Walter Reder (SS Officer) interned in Gaeta Military Prison, Italy, backstamped with doubled Gaeta arrival of 25.11.71, sealed at right with ‘RECLUSORIO MILITARE GAETA’ tape in red on brown. [Reder was convicted for the Massacre of 1830 mostly old or sick villagers at Marzabotto in 1944] $200 GERMANY | Military - World War I Period 3608 *F A 1915 use of ‘Kriegsgefangenensendung’ envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘KÖN[IGSBRÜCK]/7.10.15.11-12V/* ÜBUNGSPLATZ a’ & bearing oval ‘GEFANGENEN ABTEILUNG/[arms]/TR. FL. KÖNIGSBRÜCK’ (A1-), with straight-line ‘F.a.’ & Germanic ‘Geprüft’ in purple, backstamped with ‘CONTREXEVILLE.1215/21-10/15/VOSGES’ (B1) arrival. $20 1917 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle 3609 *F B ‘СЕЛЕЗНИКА САМАР/27 ? 17/x + a’ (B1), with Cyrillic boxed censor 257 (B2) handstamp in purple & straight-line ‘K.C.M.’ (B1) in purple, to POW in Germany with ‘18 Geprüft/ Prüfungsstelle/des/Gefangenenlagers/[eagle]/Stendal’ (B1), some toning & light creasing. $125 3610 *F A - use of stampless ‘Russland. Kriegsgefangenensendung’ envelope with Russland crossed out, cancelled with doublecircle ‘MEWE/11.4.17.8-9?/* (WEICHSEI) a’ (A1-), to Russia, with double-circle ‘Geprüft Offizier Kriegsgefangenenlager/P./* Mewe *’ (B1), boxed ‘F.A.’ (A1-) & ‘Kommandanatur des Offizier Kriegsgenfangenenlagers/[crowned eagle]/* MEWE *’ (B2). $25 - use of Feldpostkarte, cancelled with double-circle ‘K.D. 3611 *F A Feldpost/28.8.17.9-10V/’ (A1), to Leipzig, with very light oval ‘5. K?????ERT/NO 104 ???’ in purple. $10 GERMANY | Military - World War II Period 1940 use of stampless plain lettercard, cancelled with 3612 *F A‘FELDPOST/b/—-27.12.4’ (A1) from FPN 35434 (Ludwigsberg). $10 3613 *V A - use of 20pf pair cancelled with light ‘FELDPOST/b/31.12.40/’ (from Feldpost 26123H - Caen, France), censored in Berlin, to Sandarne, Sweden. [Feldpost mail to overseas destinations is rare] $250 1941 use of POW lettersheet cancelled by double-circle 3614 *F A ‘08.8.41.—9’ (A1) with boxed ‘Stalag III A/0./Geprüft’ (A-2) in purple & straight-line ‘Besetztes Gebiet’ (A1) in red, addressed to France. $10 3615 *F A- use of 20pf light blue, cancelled with light ‘FELDPOST/b/— 19.9.41/[eagle]’ on plain cover with circled ‘T’ in purple, crossed out in pencil with mss “Feldpost” notation, sealed at left with ‘OberCommando der Wehrmacht/[eagle]/c - Geöffnet’ tape & at base by plain brown strip, bearing circular ‘Kriegsmarine/[eagle]/ Dienstelle Feldpostnummer 11070’ (B1), St Malo Harbour Commandant, backstamped with ‘OberCommando der Wehrmacht/[eagle]/C/37/Geprüft’ (B2) in red, addressed to Sandarne, Sweden, worn edges where unsealed by censor tape. $375


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1942 use of POW lettersheet from Stalag 18A, Wolfsburg, Austria, cancelled by double-circle ‘20.I.42/c’ bearing circular ‘Geprüft/Stalag XVIIIA/26’ censor handstamp in red & doublecircle ‘DEPUTY CHIEF FIELD/[crown]/·CENSOR·’ in purple & backstamped with circle ‘88’ in purple addressed to South Australia, some toning. 1943 use of stampless Feldpost lettersheet, cancelled with ‘SULZBERG/2VIII43/b’ (A1-), to Feldpost L-13591 Air Field Command 13/VI, couple of rust marks. - stampless cover, cancelled with void datestamp of 19.11.4312/qq, FPO 03148 (B1 - Herzogenbusch, Netherlands) handstamp in BLC, to Austria. 1944 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘SULZBERG/17.III.44.-/b’ (B1), to Feldpost L-13591 Air Field Command 13/V1, Minsk? Russia, letter included, some light toned spots. - use of ‘Kriegsgefangenenpost’ letter sheet, cancelled with thick oval ‘5 6 44/5-6N’ (A1), & bearing hexagonal ‘Geprüft/51/Stalag VC’ (A1, Offenburg) in red, to Poland, a few tone spots.

GERMANY - Allied Occupation | Postal History 1946 use of 24pf chestnut, cancelled with poor Frankfurt of 3621 *F A27.12.46 from the Lithuanian Emigrant Assembly Centre to Traunstein. 3622 *F A 1947 use of 75pf blue Numeral, cancelled with ‘U.S. CIVIL CENSORSHIP/MUNICH/8 3 47/*’ (A1) machine in red, to Tirol, Austria (French Zone), backstamped with ‘Hospital 2057/MID/ censored’ (A1), at Garmisch-Partenkirchen, in red. 1948 use of 50pf myrtle-green, cancelled with double-circle 3623 *V A‘(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 Occupation | Military - World War II Period 3624 *F A- A1 1947 ‘US CIVIL CENSOR/MUNICH/16 7 47’ (A2) in red on Belgian 3.15f blue-black cancelled Cheratte. GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet) 3625 V A B1 1946 Numerals: 8pf orange-red, with brownish carmine UV reaction, Mi #917c, Cat €180. 3626 F A B1 1947-48 Industry: 24pf brown-orange, orange-brown & dark yellow-brown, Mi #951a-c, Cat €220. (3) GERMANY - Allied Occupation (Soviet) 3627 * A 1946 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Scenes: 8pf red-orange shade, greyish paper, Mi #34yb, Cat €130. 1945 Saxony Land Reform: 12pf rose-red, imperf block of 10 3628 **/* Afrom base of sheet, Mi #86, 2 light vertical creases. 3629 * A A1 1945 West Saxony Numerals P10¾: set of 4, Mi #120-3, Cat €15. 3630 * A 1946 West Saxony Leipzig Town Hall: set of 4, imperf, wmk Rising Steps, Mi #162-5BY, Cat €12. GERMANY - East | First Day Covers 3631 *V B 1966 Horticultural Show set of 4 on 1 embossed cover, Mi #1189-92, 20pf has been moved to this cover from a different source, some toning around the edges of the stamp. GERMANY - East | Postal History 3632 * A 1982 use of Sorbian Folk Customs se-tenant set of 6, cancelled with ‘GRAFENHAINICHEN/445/8.11.82/a’ (B1), on air cover to Arawa, PNG. GERMANY - West 3633 V A- A1 1951 Humanitarian Relief complete set of 4, Mi #143-6, Cat €170, 4+2pf has some light tone spots at base. 3634 ** A A1 1952 Lutheran World Federation 10Pf dark olive, Mi #149 GERMANY - West | First Day Covers 3635 *V A 1954 St Boniface 20pf tied to illustrated FDC by Pictorial cancel 5.6.54, unaddressed. GERMANY - West | Postal History 1957 use of 20p Posthorn & Tulip, 20p Aschaffenburg 3636 *V AMillennium & 15p Ship pair on air cover to Colombo to catch passenger on ship. 3637 *F A 1984 use of 100pf brown & 20pf red, cancelled with poor Frankfurt machine of 4.84, on coloured PPC of Herrenhauser, Pilsner beer bottle, to Chicago, Illinois by airmail. GERMANY - Berlin (West) | Postal History 3638 *V A1948 use of 16pf green, cancelled with double-circle ‘BERLIN STEGLITZ1/24.11.48-9/b’ (B1), on Konservatorium der Musik cover, small closed tear from opening, odd toned spot. GERMAN EAST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3639 *V A 1905 Yacht and New Currency 7½h+7½h red (sender half only), HG #21, philatelic use to Germany, cancelled with light ‘UJIJI/DEUSTCH-/OSTAFRIKA/10 3/06’ (A1- - rated 400 by Proud). GERMAN EAST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (PTPO) 3640 *F A 1898 Gruss Aus 1898 Diagonal Opt 5p on 10pf, HG #K2, ‘Gruss aus Dar-es-Salam’, cancelled with ‘UJIJI/DEUTSCH[OSTAFRIKA]/11/1/00’ (A1-). [Rated 400 by Proud.] GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO 3641 V A B1 1899 Diagonal Surcharge 10c on 10pf lilac-red, Mi #3d, Cat €150, Jaschke handstamp. 3642 * A- B1 1906-11 ‘Marocco’ Opt in Germanic Script Wmk Lozenge 1p25c on 1m carmine-red, Mi #43, Cat €80, tiny tone spot on reverse at BLC.

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GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO | Postmarks 3643 S A B2 Masagan: ‘[M]ASAGAN/[(M]AROKKO)/?.11/[DEU]TSCHE POST’ on 5c on 5p green. GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY | Postal History *F A1908 use of ‘20 Para 20’ on 10pf carmine on Hermann $25 3644 Striemann coloured PPC of The Church of the Nativity, Bethlehem, to Kansas, USA, cancelled with framed ‘JERUSALEM a/21.3/08/DEUTSCHE POST’ (A2). $25 3645 *F B 1910 use of ‘5 Centimes’ on 5pf green on PPC of Jerusalem to Kansas, USA, cancelled with framed ‘JERUSALEM a/17.3/10/ DEUTSCHE POST’ (A2) but written at Jericho, double-oval $20 ‘JORDAN HOTEL/Th. G. Petridis/[J]ERICHO’ (B2) handstamp on face, BRC missing.

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$30 GHANA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1958 6d brown registered letter envelope, HG #C-2, uprated with $20 3646 *V A 2d pink Independence opt, cancelled with ‘ACCRA/*/1MY/58/ GHANA’ (A1), with blue registration label, to Ghana Philatelic Agency, New York. $10 $10 GIBRALTAR 3647 * A A1 1889 Spanish Currency Surcharges 50c on 6d bright lilac with 5 with short foot, SG #20a, Cat £110. $110 $125 3648 * B C1 1938-51 Pictorials 1½d carmine P13½, SG #123a, Cat £250, slightly toned gum and a couple of transparent perfs at top. $150 3649 * A B1 - 3d light blue P13½, SG #125, Cat £21. $6 GIBRALTAR | Postal History $100 3650 *V A 1869 use of stampless entire to Cadiz. $70 3651 *F A1895 use of 5c on ½d green postcard with reply section unused & attached, H&G #12, cancelled with ‘GIBRALTAR/A/MR23/95 A26’ (A2) duplex, to Cetinje, Montenegro, with Austro-Hungarian $125 consular handstamp, some tone spots. $150 GIBRALTAR | Military - World War II Period * 1943 stampless envelope with boxed ‘POSTAGE PAID’ (A2) in $5 3652 F Apurple, cancelled with ‘POST/OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’ (A1) in red, to Portsmouth, with tombstone ‘FROM H·M· SHIPS/[seal]/ PASSED BY CENSOR/SIGNATURE·DATE·’ (B2) in purple, small closed tear at right. $100 $100 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS $100 3653 * A B1 1922-27 Wmk Multi Script CA 2d grey, SG #30. $6 3654 * A B1 1956-62 QEII Pictorials ½d to 10/- (excl 2/6d & 5/-) SG 6472,75, Cat £50. (10) $20 $50 3655 * A A1 1975 Cowrie Shells set of 4, SG #247-50. $4 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postmarks $10 3656 D A B3- Abemama: triple-circle ‘GILBERT[ & ELLICE ISLANDS PROTECTORAT]E/Collector of/[crown]/Revenue/ABEMAMA’ $10 #59, on 2½d Pandanus. PO c.1910. $30 3657 D A A1- Beru: double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/FE2?/49/BERU’, on 1d $8 KGVI Pictorial pair. PO c.1911. $5 3658 * A A1 Bikenibeu: ‘BIKENIBEU/TARAWA/31DEC75-845PM/ GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS’ (Last Day) on 1c toddy & 4c fishing on Simpson cover backstamped with double-circle ‘BIKENIBEU/*/1JA/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’ (A1 - First Day). PO $4 1/7/1958. $15 3659 * A B1 Christmas Island - British PO: ‘B.F.P.O./19AP/58/ CHRISTMAS ISLAND’, on GB 2½d red & ½d orange QEII, on cover to Plymouth, Devon. PO c.1956; closed c.1964. $15 $10 3660 * A A1- - ‘B.F.P.O./*/20AP/60/CHRISTMAS ISLAND’, on 6d mauve, 5d brown & 4d blue QEII, on Gibson air cover. $20 3661 D A A1- - ‘B.F.P.O./24FE/63/CHRISTMAS ISLAND’ on GB 6d mauve & 1d blue x3. $80 $8 $8 3662 * B A2 Funafuti: ‘FUNAFUTI/1DEC611200AM/GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLAND’ on long OHMS cover addressed to Australia, cover has corner creases, a vertical fold & some paper adherance on front PO c.1911. $20 $20 3663 * A A1- Maiana: ‘MAIANA/22SEP69-1145AM/[GILBERT]/[&]/ELLICE ISLANDS’, on 2c craft on plain commercial cover to Betio, Tarawa. PO c.1925. $10 3664 S A A3 Marakei: ‘[GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS]/P.O./MARAK[EI]/ $10 [COLONY]’ undated cancel (type V16, used 1934-35 only) in violet on ½d green KGV. PO c.1912. $12 3665 * A- A1- Nonouti: ‘NONOUTI/23NOV65-245PM/GILBERT/&/ELLICE $5 ISLANDS’, on 4d & 5d Culturals on cover to Wahroonga, NSW, with boxed ‘G. & E.I.C./NONOUTI/R...’ (A1), some slight toning. PO c.1923. $12 3666 D B1 Ocean Island: double-circle ‘GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS/G.P.O/OCEAN ISD/22JU/37/COLONY’ on piece with $20 oval ‘OFFICIAL/POSTAGE/FREE’ (A-1) with central bar in first E of free missing. PO 1/1/1911; renamed Banaba PO c.1979. $8 3667 * A C2 Onotoa: double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/DE17/52/ONOTOA’, on 1d 1d x2 & 3d on Bulley cover to Melbourne. Notes on back read “SENT OUT 19JAN1951/RCVD BACK 23FEB1953”. PO c.1912. $10 $80 3668 S A C3 Tamana: double-circle ‘[GILBERT AND ELLICE IS]LANDS COLONY/P.O./[TA]MANA/[I]SLAND/[*]’ on 1d WAR TAX. PO c.1918. $100 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Gilbert Islands | Postmarks $80 3669 * A- A1 Bairiki: double-circle ‘BAIRIKI/*/27FE/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’ on 2c Fishing & 3c Pandanus on Simpson cover, cover has corners creases. PO 19/2/1964. $5 $100 3670 * A B1 Marakei: double-circle ‘MARAKEI/*/15MR/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’, 5c Canoe, on Simpson cover, backstamped with double-circle ‘BETIO/*/31MR/76./GILBERT ISLANDS’ (A1-) $10 $40


Page 50 GOLD COAST 3671 * A A1 3672 F A B1 3673 F A B1

Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1876-84 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14 ½d olive-yellow, SG #4, Cat £80. 1902 Wmk Crown CA 2d dull purple & orange-red, SG #40. 1935 Silver Jubilee 3d brown & deep blue, SG #114, Cat £6.

3735 V A $80 $5 $4

1971 Strike Letter Service 6d/2½p black, 1/-/5p magenta, 2/-/ 10p blue, 3/-/15p green & 5/-/25p red Strike Letter Service, International opt on Inland labels cancelled with double-circle ‘THE GREAT POST OFFICE STRIKE/JAN20’ on unaddressed, unopened cover bearing straight-line ‘SOUTHAMPTON’ & ‘BY EMERGENCY POST/INTERNATIONAL MAIL’ handstamps

GOLD COAST | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3674 *F B 1903 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, to Germany, stamp 1870 Framed QV ‘To’ in Address Line ½d violet on buff, group 3736 *** Acancelled with ‘AKROPONG/5MAY/1906/GOLD COAST of 6, addressed but uncancelled, HG #1. COLONY’ (A1 - rated 150 by Proud), small tear in card. 1870 QV Facing Left With Border ½d red-brown on thick white [Akropong changed to Mampong 1909.] $100 3737 ** A stock, Type II arms, Die B, HG #16b. - 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, to Switzerland, stamp cancelled 3675 *V A3738 *F A 1902 KEVII 4 Line Heading 1d HG 30 to Germany in 1905, with ‘ODUMASI/NOV/[1908]/GOLD COAST COLONY’ (A2 message in shorthand (?). rated 400 by Proud), small corner crease, some light toning. PO opened c.1891; closed 22/5/1922. $100 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes - 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, cancelled with poor CDS of 3676 *F A 1951 Oval KGVI No Ornaments 2½d red on cream laid paper, 3739 *** A 27APR1910. $10 120mm x 95mm, HG #B30. 3677 *G A1916-22 KGV ½d green on white, HG #7, uprated with KGV ½d - 2½d red on cream laid paper, HG #B30, uprated with 2½d red 3740 *F A green, to USA, stamps cancelled with poor double-circle Festival pair & 4d blue Festival vertical pair, cancelled with crowned Anum of JAN6/24, corner creasing & some tone spots. $250 double-circle ‘LLANGAMMARCH WELLS/A.3MY.51/ BRECONSHIRE’ (A1-), to Leura, NSW. GOLD COAST | Postal History 1939 use of Telegram envelope (G.C.P. & T. No. 190.) with 3678 *F A GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) accompanying telegram, both cancelled with double-circle 3741 *** A1922 Reduced Rate 2d orange opt with triangular ‘W.C.’ (to ‘NSUTA WASSAW/23DEC1939/GOLD COAST’ (A1+ - ERD). $175 indicate refund of ½d), HG #KB50E (Huggins & Baker #ES57), black mourning border, flap partly removed. GOLD COAST | Postmarks $7 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 3679 S C A2 Ada: ‘ADA/AP8/92/[G]OLD COAST’ on 1d. 3680 S A A1+ Axim: ‘AXIM/A/JY1/92’ on 1d red. $8 3742 *F A 1889 New QV ½d brown, instructions in 4 lines, HG #E9, to 3681 S A A5 Mumford: double-circle ‘MUMFOR[D]/?/[GOLD COAST]’ on Manchester. KEVII ½d green. [Rated 150 by Proud] $8 3682 S A B3 Obuasi: ‘[OB]UASSI/21NOV/1902/GOLD C[OAST]’ on ½d QV. $6 GREAT BRITAIN | Commemorative Covers 3743 *V A 1953 Coronation Greetings illustrated cover for Edinburgh with 3683 * A A1 Suhum: double-oval ‘REGISTERED/14FEB36/SUHUM GOLD 2½d Coronation tied by Edinburgh cds 3 JNE 1953. COAST’ on 1d brown x6 on cover to New York, blue registration 1954 National Stamp Exhibition illustrated Post Card with label on face. $75 3744 *F A adhesive tied by Exhibition double ring cancel 15 JAN 1954. GREAT BRITAIN 3745 *V A 1954 36th Philatelic Congress illustrated cover with 1½d QEII Birds Selection 8 designs. (13) 3684 ** A $10 tied by commemorative cancel Eastbourne 25 MAY 1954. 3685 * A B1 1873-80 Large Coloured Corner Letters 2½d rosy-mauve, 3746 *V A 1963 London Stamp Fair illustrated cover with 3d NPY tied by wmk orb, plate 12, SG #141, Cat £425. $250 LONDON STAMP FAIR double ring cancel 13 SEP 1963 with 3686 F A A1 1881 1d Lilacs Die I, SG #170, Cat £30, cancelled with squaredMauritius Post Office Stamp cinderella sheetlet affixed to circle ‘CANTERBURY/H/DE7/81’ (A2). $25 reverse. 3687 F A A1 - Die I, SG #170, Cat £30, cancelled with squared-circle ‘CANTERBURY/H/OC19/81’ (A2). $25 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal History 1760 entire from Dundee to Edinburgh with manuscript 4 and 3688 G A C2 1883-84 Lilacs & Greens 5d dull green, SG #193, Cat £175. $40 3747 *F Abackstamp with two-line ‘DUN/DEE’, early cover. 3689 F A B1 1887-92 Jubilee 6d deep purple on rose-red, SG #208a, Cat 3748 *F A 1814 entire with red “7” and unframed ‘SANDWICH/63’ (A1) on £11, cancelled with squared-circle ‘ROCHDALE/U/JY19/88’ face, to Rochester. (A2). $8 3749 *F A1826 entire with “4” on face to Warwickshire, red unframed 3690 F A A1 1902-10 KEVII DLR Printings 4d pale orange, SG #240, Cat ‘BIRMINGHAM/MY1/1826/[milage]’ (B2) on back. £15, cancelled with ‘ATHERSTONE/A/JU8/11/M.O&S.B.’ (A1). $12 3750 *F A1827 entire with no apparent rate marking on face, red straight3691 F A- A1 - 1/- dull green & carmine, SG #257, Cat £35, cancelled with line ‘LYNDHURST/89’ (A1) on back. ‘BATLEY/C/OC22/[?]’ (A2). $20 1829 outer with ‘2’ (B2) handstamp and red ‘T.P/Lambs Cond St’ 3751 *G Ae3693 F A B1 1918-19 Seahorses Bradbury, Wilkinson Printing 5/- rose(C1) double-strike and red ‘Paid’ all on face to Spring Gardens, red, SG #416, Cat £110. $60 red oval ‘8 MORN 8/20OC/1829’ (B1) on back. 3694 F A B1 1951 Festival High Values 2/6d to £1 SG 509-12, Cat £25. (4) $8 1846 entire from Lisbon, endorsed “1/9”? in black, ‘ROTHSAY/ 3695 **/* A B1 - set, SG #509-12, Cat £90, 10/- and £1 mounted. (4) $40 3752 *G C JY18/1846’ (A1) arrival on back, Portuguese markings are 3696 F A B1 1955-58 QEII Waterlow Castles 2/6d to £1 SG 536-39, Cat illegible/non-existent, entire is showing its age with stains and £55+. (4) $25 some tearing on folds. 3697 F A A1 1973 Christmas set of 6, SG #943-8. $3 1852 outer with superb consignee’s handstamp ‘HENRY H. 3698 F A A1 1981 Folklore set of 4, SG #1143-6. $3 3753 *F A WILLIS & CO/GENERAL/COMMISSION AGENTS,/3 CROSBY 3699 F A A1 1981 Butterflies set of 4, SG #1151-4. $3 SQUARE/LONDON.’, endorsed “p Camilla/Capt Boyle”, large 3700 F A A1 1981 Duke of Edinburgh Awards set of 4, SG #1162-5. $3 red oval ‘SHIP LETTER/[crown]/FE*6/1953/MELBOURNE’ (B1) 3701 F A A1 1981 Fishing Industry set of 4, SG #1166-9. $3 arrival on back. 3702 ** A A1 1981 Christmas set of 5, SG #1170-4. $3 1868 use of 10d red-brown 4 Large Corner Letters SG #112 (Cat 3703 F A A1 1982 Charles Darwin set of 4, SG #1175-8. $3 3754 *F A£700) on cover, cancelled with ‘AYLESBURY/E/JU18/68 - 38’ 3704 F A A1 1982 British Theatre set of 4, SG #1183-6. $3 (A1) duplex, backstamped with ‘F.X/LONDON/JU19/68’ (B1) in 3705 F A A1 1982 Maritime Heritage set of 5, SG #1187-91. $3 red, to Adelaide, SA, with ‘ADELAIDE/AU?/68/S.A’ (b1-) arrival, 3706 F A A1 1982 Textiles set of 4, SG #1192-95. $3 some slight aging. 3707 F A A1 1982 Christmas set of 5, SG #1202-6. $3 1883 use of 6d on 6d lilac, SG #162 (Cat £350), cancelled with 3708 ** A A1 1983 Geographical Regions set of 4, SG #1211-4. $3 3755 *F Ahooded ‘LON[DON] E.C./6/0C-19-83/D’ (A2-) on Shaw Saville & 3709 F A A1 - set of 4, SG #1211-4. $3 Albion Co cover to Dunedin, NZ, “Via Brindisi”, some light edge 3710 F A A1 1983 Gardens set of 4, SG #1223-6. $3 wear. 3711 F A A1 1983 Christmas set of 5, SG #1231-5. $3 1893 use of 2½d purple on blue, cancelled with experimental 3712 F A A1 1984 Heraldry set of 4, SG #1236-9. $3 3756 *F A squared octagon ‘LONDON E.C./A3/NO30/93’ (A1-) on cover 3713 ** A A1 1984 Cattle set of 4, SG #1240-44. $3 backstamped with ‘MELBOURNE/5F/JA6/94’ (A2) 3714 F A A1 1984 Urban Renewal set of 4, SG #1245-8. $3 1917 use of 1d red KGV ¾ face postcard, HG #40, uprated with 3715 ** A A1 1984 Greenwich Meridian set of 4, SG #1254-7. $3 3757 *F A 2d orange, cancelled with ‘WEST KENSINGTON NORTH END 3716 F A A1 - set of 4, SG #1254-7. $3 RD 100 B.O.W./15FE/17’ (B1), to Java, Neth. Indies, with ‘W. 3717 F A A1 1984 First Mail Coach set of 4, SG #1258-62. $3 KENSINGTON 1’ reg label in grey & blue, also bearing oval 3718 ** A A1 1984 British Council set of 4, SG #1263-6. $3 ‘REGISTERED/15FE17/WEST KENSINGTON. W’ (A1-) & oval 3719 F A A1 1984 Christmas set of 5, SG #1267-71. $3 ‘REGISTERED/15FE17/P/PADDINGTON.N’ (A1), with light 3720 F A A1 1985 Insects set of 5, SG #1277-81. $3 ‘SOERABAJA/31.3.17 9-10N’ (B2) arrival. 3721 ** A A1 1985 Safety At Sea set of 4, SG #1286-9. $3 3758 *G B 1921 use of ½d & 2d Die I on cover, endorsed “Via Bushire”, 3722 F A A1 - set of 4, SG #1286-9. $3 hexagonal ‘T/?/L’ on ½d, bi-lingual double-circle ‘ISFAHAN.NO2/ 3723 F A A1 1985 Royal Mail set of 4, SG #1290-3. $3 20IX21/’ (B1) arrival a few small faults. 3724 ** A A1 1985 Arthurian Legends set of 4, SG #1294. $3 3759 *F A 1933 use of 4½d KGV registered envelope, H&G #53, cancelled 3725 F A A1 - set of 4, SG #1294. $3 with ‘CREEK ST SOHO W1/*/1FE/33/I’ (C2), uprated with 3d 3726 F A A1 1985 British Film set of 5, SG #1298-1302. $4 violet, torn in half & glued together, with blue ‘London, W.16’ 3727 ** A A1 1985 Christmas set of 5, SG #1303-7. $4 registration label & ‘INSURED/(VALEUR DECLAREE)’ label in 3728 F A A1 1986 Industry Year set of 4, SG #1308-11. $3 black on deep red-brown with mms “Insured for Five pounds 3729 F A A1 1986 QEII 60th set of 4 in se-tenant pairs, SG #1316-9. $4 (£5)”, to Loosduinen, Holland. 3730 ** A A1 1986 Domesday Book set of 4, SG #1324-7. $3 1935 use of 2/6d re-engraved sea-horses x3 with ‘WJB/&CO’ 3760 *F B 3731 F A A1 - set of 4, SG #1324-7. $3 perfin, cancelled with poor London FS of 26SEP35 on long W. J. 3732 F A A1 1986 History of the R.A.F. set of 5, SG #1336-40. $5 Bush & Co air cover to Melbourne, Vic, backstamped with 3733 ** A B1 1935(C.) “Poached Egg” green P15x14 wmk experimental Melbourne arrival of 11OC35, some toning around edges & 1 multi GvR #W111a vertical pair. [Used for testing coil machines.] $30 stamp has a torn corner. GREAT BRITAIN | Local Stamps 1971 Cleveland’s Harrow 5s red, 3s blue & 3s green on 3734 F A unaddressed FDI cover cancelled ‘RECEIVED/22JAN1971’. $10

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3761 *F A-

1936 use of 2/6d re-engraved sea-horse, 1/- bistre-brown & 1½d - use of Gibraltar 1/- black & green & 2d grey x2, cancelled with 3781 *F Abrown x2 with ‘WJB/&CO’ perfins, cancelled with double-circle double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/?/2NO/42/475’ (A1-) on air ‘HACKNEY/730PM/9OC/36/3’ (B1) on long W. J. Bush & Co air cover to Kirkland Lake, Canada, with crowned circle ‘PASSED cover to Melbourne, Vic, backstamped with Melbourne arrival of BY CENSOR/No./3120’ (A1) in blue, backstamped with double26OC36, some toning at top edge circle ‘GIBRALTAR/1-PM/2NO/42’ (B1), small closed tear & $75 slight reduction at left. 1938 use of GPO Greetings Telegram with Gold envelope and 3762 *F A Illustrated Greetings Telegram with Colyton cds 25DE 38, 1945 stampless cover addressed to Stalag Luft 3, Germany, 3782 *F B (Christmas Day). address crossed out and letter returned to Malvern, England, left $50 side sealed with ‘EXAMINER/3305’ tape and right side sealed 1941 use of ‘LONDON/27II41/E.C.2 - GREAT BRITAIN/POST 3763 *F Awith ‘OFFICIALLY SEALED ON THE/POST OFFICE’ label PAID/N 2½D 1’ (A1) meter in red, on Western Union cablegram endorsed “To Dad...Malvern/Australia”, violet handstamp from envelope, cablegram form included, octagonal ‘PASSED/BY/ Swiss PO advising the letter could not be delivered. CENSOR/[crown]/No./2374’ (A1-) in purple on face, small closed tear and some creasing to top edge. 1946 use of 10d blue, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD P.O./ $30 3783 * A17SP/46/155’ (Amman) from 2nd Lieut. in the Arab Legion MEF 3764 *F A 1942 use of 2½d blue KGVI, cancelled with double-circle to Ithaca, NY, small torn section at BRC. ‘LONDON/745AM/20FE/42/F.S.59’ (B1) on cover with OHMS 3784 *F A ‘WAR ECONOMY LABEL’, to New York, bearing ‘LONDON - use of 3d, cancelled with ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/20OC/46/316’ POSTAL REGION/[crown]/EASTERN CENTRAL SECTION’ (A1 - Syria - rated NS by Proud) on air letter (with AIR crossed (B2) with some reinforcement in blue ink & partially covered by out) to USA, from Arab Legion, MEF, written in Arabic. ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1046’ label, includes short 1947 use of 6d, cancelled with ‘[FIELD POST OFF]ICE/ 3785 *F A letter from Divisional Controller, London Postal Region. 13SP/47/457’ (A1 - Palestine), on air letter to USA, from Arab $200 1943 use of Western Union Cablegram window envelope, Legion, MEF, written in English. 3765 *F B cancelled with London Meter N1 of 16 V 43, with enclosed GREAT BRITAIN | WWI Military Postmarks Cablegram bearing octagonal ‘PASSED/BY/CENSOR/ 3786 * A B1 Army Post Office skeleton ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/A/23AP18/ [crown]/No/2397’, envelope has several small closed tears at top SZ14’ (Deir el Belah, Palestine) on OAS Church Army cover to edge. $25 “Major Simpson A.A.M.C No 14t General Hospital”, violet - use of 5d brown KGVI x3, cancelled with double-circle 3766 *F Atriangle ‘[PA]SSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/NO 3691’ (B1-). [Rated ‘NORTHWOOD/115PM/16AU/43/MIDDLESEX’ (C1), on air 100 by Proud - Simpson correspondence.] cover to Garden City, New York, backstamped with ‘NEW YORK, 3787 * A C1 - skeleton ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/A/29JY18/SZ 53’ (Palestine) N.Y./AUG29/3AM/1943 - MORGAN/ANNEX’ (B1) machine, letter on OAS Church Army cover to “Major Simpson A.A.M.C No 14th included, some mild creasing. $10 A.G.H.”, light violet triangle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/NO 3767 *F A 1946 use of 3d mauve KGVI, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD 2552’ (B1-). [Rated 200 by Proud - Simpson correspondence.] POST OFFICE/7OC/46/155’ (A1-) of Amman on air letter sheet 3788 * A B1 Base Army Post Office skeleton ‘BASE ARMY POST to Ithaca, New York from Arab Legion Artillery MELF, with OFFICE/A/25MY18/K’ (Kantara, Egypt) on OAS cover to “Major ‘ARMY/AMN7IX46/SIGNALS’ (B1), contains letter in arabic. $125 Simpson 14 Aust. Genl. Hosp.”, magenta triangle ‘PASSED BY 1947 use of War Office A.G. 4 (Medals) registered cover with 3768 *F B CENSOR/[crown]/NO 3816’ (B1), ‘BASE ARMY POST ‘OFFICIAL/[crown]/PAID’ label attached, addressed to Capt. J. OFFICE/A/ 26MY18/T’ (Post Said, Egypt - C1) backstamp. Whitehead in Kensington, London, bears ‘3D/928’ handstamp, [Simpson correspondence.] franked with 1d carmine & 2d black-brown postage dues, some * A A1Field Post Office double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/B/ damage to TLC. $65 3789 12FE/16/32’ (El Ferdan, Egypt, 32 Bde. 11 Div.), on long OHMS 3769 *F A 1957 use of 2½d red QEII, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD cover to Alexandria, with light boxed ‘PASSED BY/[crown]/ POST OFFICE/R/25MR/57/296’ (C2), on plain cover endorsed NO2983/CENSOR’ (B1) & double-circle ‘BASE ARMY POST “Forces Air Mail” to London, backstamped with boxed OFFICE/A/13FE/16/Z’ (Alexandria, Egypt). ‘GENERAL STAFF BRANCH/25MAR1957/U.H.Q. EAST * A C2 - skeleton ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/A/5MY17/G M’ (Cairo, Egypt) AFRICA’ (B1) in purple. $18 3790 on OHMS cover to “Capt Simpson 12th Light Horse Regt”, very 3770 *F B 1960 use of European Postal Conference set (6d & 1/6d), fine oval ‘DIRECTOR ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/[crown]/E.E.F.’ cancelled with ‘EDINBURGH/330PM/25SEP/1960/A - CIVIL/ on face. [Simpson correspondence.] DEFENCE/IS COMMON SENSE’ (A1) machine, on ‘DOMHOTEL/THEODOR METZ ERBEN/KÖLN’ airmail envelope to GREAT BRITAIN | WWIII Military Postmarks Sandy Bay, Tas, some light creasing. $10 3791 * A- A1 Field Post Office double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/ 31OC/45/777’ (Greece), on stampless OAS envelope to GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War I Period England, some staining from envelope gluing. 1915 use of stampless Cairo Postcard Trust black and white 3771 *F APPC of ‘Sphynx and Pyramids’, OAS endorsed, cancelled with GREAT BRITAIN | Military Postmarks double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/JY12/15/T.L.L’ (B1, Port 3792 * A B2 Field Post Office ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/*/21NO/56/551’, Said), to Kirkcudbright, Scotland, also bearing triple-circle cancelling Bahrain 2½a on 2½d red, on airmail cover to London, ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/INDIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE/73/*’ England. (B2) in red, bent BLC. $120 3793 * A A-1 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/15JY/57/756’ of Cyrenaica, cancelling 1917 use of stampless OHMS envelope, cancelled with light 3772 *F A 2½d red QEII on air cover to London with small closed tear at Army Post Office with double-oval ‘MARINE TRANSPORT lower right. OFFICE, SUEZ/14FEV1917/INDIAN EXPEDITIONARY GREAT BRITAIN | Postmarks FORCE’ (A1-) in purple, to Alexandria, with double-circle ‘BASE 3794 * A- A1 Barnet: double-circle ‘BARNET/1.30.PM/30MY/16/+’ on GB ½d ARMY POST OFFICE/15FE/17/Z’ (A1-) transit & bilingual green on glassine envelope. [Presumably the address showed Alexandria of 16.2.917 (B1). $175 though from the enclosed “card”.] 1918 use of stampless coloured PPC of ‘Bahnhof Imst (Tirol) mit 3773 *F A 3795 D A B2 Barrow-In-Furness: 3-arc squared-circle ‘BARROW-INMuttekopf’, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST FURNESS/E/MY11/83’ on 1d lilac. OFFICE/X/13DE/18/F.D.2’ (Italy), to London, with shield * B A1 Lenzie: ‘LENZIE/A/DE30/00’ on ½d red-brown on thick buff ‘[crown]/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/430’ (B1) in purple. $100 3796 Postal Card (HG #5a). 3774 *F A1919 use of black and white PPC of ‘Bahnhof Station Imst’ (sic), cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/A/ GREECE | Postal History 26JA/19/F.D.3.’ (A1) of Italy (equal LRD with Proud), to East 3797 *F A 1949 commercial air cover from Argolidos to Vic with 500D Dulwich, London, with shield ‘[crown]/PASSED BY CENSOR/ Albania x2 & 1000D Colossus x2. 430’ (A1-), some discolouration around edges. $125 GRENADA - use of 1d red, cancelled with double-circle ‘ARMY POST 3775 *F B 3798 V A C1 1875 1/- Deep Mauve SHILLIING, SG #13a, Cat £700. OFFICE/A/15MY/19/Y’ (B1), on Turkish coloured PPC of 3799 V A B1 - inverted ‘S’ in ‘POSTAGE’, SG #13c, Cat £500, cancelled with ‘Environs de Tophané’ to Kingston upon Thames, England, light double-circle ‘F’ of Carriacou. bearing light boxed ‘CENSORED BY/ /MILITARY AUTHORITY’ (B1) in red, vertical edges roughly cut. $35 3800 * A- B1 1938-50 Definitives 10/- blue-black & carmine P14 (narrow), SG #163e, Cat £32, small tone spot at top. - use of 1½d brown KGV, cancelled with double-circle ‘PARK 3776 *F B HOUSE CAMP P.O. SALISBURY/*/8AU/19’ (A1-), on cover to GRENADA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes London, letter included, on 41st Battery, Australian Field Artillery 1938 KGVI Sideface 1d & 1½d, HG #B1,2 diagonal 3801 *** B letterhead. $30 ‘SPECIMEN’ in raised glossy ink, minor blemishes, flaps stuck. 3777 *F B 1921 use of stampless OHMS cover endorsed “Certified GRENADA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes Official”, cancelled with Indian ‘F.P.O./NO 313/26JA21’ (A2 3802 *** A 1949 6d magenta, HG #FG1. Ismalia, Egypt), boxed ‘POSTAGE FREE/E.E.F.’ (B2), slightly reduced at right. $200 GUATEMALA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3803 *V A1895 Arms Surcharge 6c on 5c blue with ‘WATERLOW & GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War II Period SONS, LIMITED, LONDON WALL, LONDON’ 1½x49mm 1940 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle 3778 *F A imprint, HG #B8, cancelled with violet double-octagon ‘FIELD [POST] OFFICE/A/3AP/40/26’ (B1), also bearing ‘CORREOS/JUN8-1899/4 T/PANZOS’ (A1), TLC has been cut ‘[crown]/PASSED BY/R.A.F./CENSOR/NO169’ (A1) in red off, indicating the envelope only contains printed papers. partially covered by ‘EXAMINED BY BASE CENSOR’ tape in red on white with ‘POSTE AUX ARMEES/*/7-4/40/*’ (A1-). $50 GUYANA | Postal History 1940s use of stampless cover (from Egypt?), cancelled with 3779 *F B 3804 *F A1967 use of 3c & 6c Independence on 6c British Guiana Air machine ‘RECEIVED FROM/H.M.SHIPS’ (A1), fine green Letter (H&G FG14), cancelled with ‘BETERVERWAGTING/67/ D tombstone censor handstamp in BLC, magenta ‘10 Paid’ with 22NO/GUYANA’ (B2), to USA. diagonal lines (A2) at top, to London. $225 HONG KONG 3780 *F A1942 use of 1½d (underpaid by 1d but not taxed) with green cross label to Sgt in 4th S/L Regt Malta. $200 3805 F B B3 1882-96 Wmk Crown/CA 2c rose-pink, SG #32a, Cat £32, rounded BRC, minor tone spot.

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3806 F A B1

1891 Surcharges ‘20/CENTS’ on 30c yellowish green, SG #45, Cat £160, with ‘H&S/BC’ perfin. $100 3807 F A B1 1912-21 KGV Wmk Mult Crown/CA 5c grey, SG #104. $4 3808 * A A1 1941 Centenary of British Occupation 4c bright purple & carmine, SG #164. $5 3809 * A A1 1946 Peace complete set, SG #169-70. $5 3810 * A A1 1946 Victory set of 2, SG #169-70. $5 3811 V A A1 1949 UPU 80c bright reddish-purple, SG #176. $8 3812 * A A1 - 80c bright reddish purple, SG #176, Cat £35. $25 3813 ** A- A1 1954-62 QEII short set to 50c, SG #178-85, Cat £30, 10c has a couple of light tone spots on gum, 30c & 50c have light toning to TRC. (8) $20 3814 ** A A1 - $10 reddish violet & bright blue, SG #191, Cat £60. $50 3815 F A A1 1962-73 QEII short set to $10 (14), SG #196-209, Cat £12. $7 3816 ** A A1 - $2 SG 207. $6 3817 F A B2 1966 Churchill set of 4, SG #218-21. $12 3818 ** A B1 1966-72 QEII Wmk St Edwards Crown/CA 65c ultramarine, wmk sideways, SG #230. $6 3819 ** A A1 1967 Year of the Ram set of 2, SG #242-3, Cat £36. $30 3820 ** A A1 1968 Year of the Monkey set of 2, SG #245-6, Cat £34.50. $25 3821 ** A- A1 1968 Seacraft $1.30 junk, SG #252, Cat £45, toned spot at upper right. $30 3822 F A- A1 1971 Scouts $2 badge, SG #272, Cat £12 very light horizontal crease at right. $6 3823 ** A- A1 1972 Year of the Rat set of 2, SG #276-7, Cat £35, $1.30 has couple of lightly toned perfs at base. $18 3824 F A- A1 1973-74 Wmk Crown Block CA 25c lake-brown, SG #286, very light diagonal crease. $4 3825 ** A A1 1973-74 QEII Defins Wmk Crown/CA $5 pink & royal blue, SG #294, Cat £12. $12 3826 ** A A1 - $20 pink & brownish black, SG #296, Cat £26. $20 3827 ** A A1 1975-82 QEII 90c sepia, SG #321c. $6 3828 F A A1 1976 QEII No Wmk $5 pink & royal-blue, SG #351, very light cancel. $5 3829 ** A A1 1982 QEII Wmk 14 short set to $2, SG #415-26, Cat £34. (12) $25 3830 ** A A1 - $50 deep claret & brownish grey, SG #430, Cat £35. $30 3831 ** A A1 1983 Hong Kong By Night set of 4, SG #442-5, Cat £22. $20 3832 F A A1 - $5 restaurant, SG #445, Cat £10. $6 3833 ** A A1 1984 Aviation set of 4, SG #450-3, Cat £14. $14 3834 F A B1 1985 QEII No Wmk 20c purple, SG #472, Cat £15. $8 3835 ** A A1 1985 Native Flowers set of 6, SG #497-502, Cat £17. $16 3836 F A A1 1985 New Buildings set of 4, SG #503-6, Cat £14. $9 3837 F A A1 1987-88 QEII $20 heavy shading, SG #551A, Cat £13. $5 3838 F A A1 1989-91 QEII With Date $20 1989 imprint, SG #614. $5 HONG KONG | First Day Covers 1979 Mass Transit Railway set of 3, SG #384-6, on official long 3839 *V A un-addressed cvr. $10 3840 *V A 1982 Hong Kong Port set of 4, SG #407-10, on official long unaddressed cvr. $10 HONG KONG | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3841 S A C2 F1: ‘F1’ of Foochow on 10c green Crown/CA. [Rated 500 by Proud.] $30 HONG KONG | British Post Offices in China 3842 F A B1 1907-11 Wmk Multi Crown/CA New Colours 20c purple & sage-green, SG #96, Cat £48, cancelled with oval ‘[REGISTER]ED/C/OC 28 11/[SH]ANGHAI .L.P.O.’ (A2-). HUNGARY 3843 ** A 1990 State Shields minisheet, Mi #Block 211. HUNGARY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1876 Embossed Circle With Coloured Numeral, Straight 3844 *** ALine Heading Wmk Block Double Lined Letters 2k yellowbrown, HG #6, some corner wear. HUNGARY | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous 3845 *G B COD? 10h blue on cream uprated with 1919 Parliament 2k pair (damaged) and 5k Wheatsheaf opt, cancelled with ‘GYOR/9.20DEC21-N 9/K 2 K’, black on white label on face. HUNGARY | Postal History 3846 *F A1943 use of stampless PPC of Hungarian women in National dress from internee in Hungarian camp to Poland, censored, straight-line ‘BÉLLIGÉRANT INTERNÉ I’ green handstamp and poor camp handstamp both on face. ICELAND 3847 W A C1 3848 * A B1 3849 G A B2 3850 F 3851 * 3852 V 3853 *

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1876-81 New Currency 5a blue P14x13½, Mi #6A, Cat €320. - 10a carmine P13x13½, Mi #8A, Cat €160. - 10a pale lilac (blurred printing), Mi #10Aa, Cat €400, pulled cnr perf. 1882 New Colours 3a yellow, Mi #12A, Cat €15, rounded BRC - 5a green P14x13½, Mi #13A, Cat €36, hinge remainder. - 5a green P14x13½, Mi #13A, Cat €15. 1907-08 Christian IX & Frederik VIII Wmk Crown 1kr light blue & dark brown, Mi #60, Cat €15, slight thin at base, hinge fragment. 1912 Frederik VIII 5a green, Mi #69, Cat €20, gum aged. - 5a emerald, Mi #69, Cat €10, slightly grotty. 1920 Christian X 4a grey & red, Mi #85. - 6a grey-black, Mi #87, Cat €15. - 15a violet, Mi #90, Cat €40, tone spot on reverse. - 20a blue, Mi #91. - 25a brown & green, Mi #92, Cat €25. - 25a brown & green, Mi #92. - 50a grey & lilac, Mi #95, Cat €350, hinge remainder. 1921 Christian X 20a brown, Mi #101, Cat €80.

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1921 Overprints 5a on 16a brown & dark brown, Mi #104, Cat €22. $12 3865 F A C1 - 20a on 25a olive-brown & yellow-green, Mi #108. $4 3866 F A B1 - 20a on 40a lilac-red & brown-lilac, Mi #109. $10 3867 F A B1 1925 Surcharges 30a on 50a grey & slate-blue and 50a on 5k red-brown & grey, Mi #112-3, Cat €70, very minor crease on 50a. (2) $20 3868 F A B1 1925 Scenes 7a green, Mi #114. $4 3869 * A B1 1925 Pictorials 35a blue, Mi #117, Cat €150, hinge remainder. $45 3870 * A B1 1930 1000 Years of Goverment 3a violet, Mi #125. $3 3871 * A B1 - 5a dark blue & blue-green, Mi #126. $3 3872 * A B1 - 7a blue-green & green, Mi #127. $3 3873 * A B1 - 10a lilac & dark lilac, Mi #128, Cat €10. $6 3874 * A B1 - 20a red & rose, Mi #130, Cat €40. $25 3875 * A B1 - 25a light brown & brown, Mi #131. $5 3876 ** A A1 1930 Triangular Airmail 10a dark blue & blue, top marginal single, Mi #140, Cat €20, hinged in selvedge only. $14 3877 * A B1 - 10a blue Eagle, Mi #140, Cat €20. $12 3878 * A B1 1931-32 Waterfall 5a grey, Mi #150, Cat €20. $12 3879 * A B1 1931-32 Waterfalls complete set, Mi #150-5, Cat €320, 5a no gum. (6) $60 3880 * A B1 - 20a red, Mi #151, Cat €20. $12 3881 * A B1 1931-37 Christian X complete set, Mi #156-67, Cat €1800, a few hinge remainders and 2k has disturbed gum. (13) $500 3882 * A B1 - 10a brown, Mi #161, Cat €200, hinge fragment. $125 3883 F A B1 - 10k green & black, Mi #167, Cat €170. $100 3884 * A B1 1933 Philanthropic Associations set of 4, Mi #168-71, Cat €10. $4 3885 * A- B1 1934 Airmail 20a bluish green, P14, Mi #176A, Cat €60, some light toning. $20 3886 * B B1 - 25a violet, P12½x14, Mi #177B, Cat €40, some light toning, shallow hinge thin. $5 3887 V A B1 1934 Airmails 1k black-brown, Mi #180B, Cat €26. $10 3888 F A B1 1935 Matthias Jochumsson set of 4, Mi #183-6. $4 3889 * A A1 1937 Christian X Silver Jubilee set of 3, Mi #187-9. $5 3890 ** A B1 - 30a brown sheet of 100 separated into marginal corner blocks of 25, Mi #188, Cat €300, a couple of stamps creased. $70 3891 * A B1 1939-47 Culture 7a dark green, Mi #211, Cat €10. $5 3892 * A B1 1940 New Colours and Values 10a green, P14, Mi #215A, Cat €45. $25 3893 V A A1 1941 Snorri Sturluson set of 3, Mi #223-5. $5 3894 * A A1 1943-47 Cultural 60a dark ultramarine geysir, P14, Mi #229A, Cat €10. $5 3895 * A B1 1944 Jón Sigurdsson 10k orange-brown, Mi #236, Cat €55. $30 3896 ** A B1 1951 Postal Service set of 2, Mi #273-4. $4 3897 ** A A1 1952 Primary Industries 1.25Kr red-violet ship block of 4, Mi #276, Cat €80+. $30 3898 ** A B1 - 1.25Kr red-violet ship, Mi #276, Cat €20. $12 3899 * A B1 1952 Airmail 3.30k ultramarine, Mi #280. $5 3900 * A- A1 1952 Björnsson 10k red-brown, Mi #284, Cat €36, slight toning to BRC. $16 3901 V A A1 1956 Geese set of 2, Mi #312-3. $5 3902 * A A1 1967 Bird 20k Great Northern Diver, Mi #408. $4 3903 ** A A1 1981 Folklore set of 2, Mi #565-6. $3 3904 ** A A1 1981 Fishing 5000a Fishing, Mi #572. $4 3905 ** A A1 1983 Flowers set of 4, Mi #592-5. $4 3906 ** A A1 1983 Europa 5k Geothermal Energy, Mi #598, Cat €25. $20 3907 ** A A1 1986 Reykjavik Bicentenary set of 4 in marginal blocks of 4, Mi #654-7, Cat €12+. $6 3908 W A A1 1989 Dragon 500k sienna, Mi #703, Cat €20. $10 3909 ** A A1 1990 Birds 80k Duck, BRC pair, Mi #723. $4 3910 ** A A1 1992 Bridges 250k Olfusa Bridge, TRC vertical pair, Mi #769, Cat €16. $12 ICELAND | Postage Dues 3911 F A A1 1907 Christian IX & Frederick VIII 3a yellow & dark grey, Mi #24. $4 3912 * A B1 - 5a orange-brown & dark grey, Mi #26. $3 3913 * A B1 - 50a violet & dark grey, Mi #31. $4 ICELAND | First Day Covers 3914 *F A 1959 Fish & Ducks set of 4 on unaddressed FDC. $3 INDIA 3915 ** A A2 1977 Paediatrics SG 863 marginal block of 4. $5 INDIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3916 *** A1937 Hyderabad 6pies+6pies reddish brown on buff, opt violet ‘INDIAN POSTS AND TELEGRAPHS DEPARTMENT’, HG #22, minor dirty marks on face, crease TLC. $6 3917 *F B 1959 Heading in Hindi & English 5nP green on yellow, stamp with ‘POSTAGE’ at top & ‘INDIA’ at base, HG #75, cancelled with bilingual double-circle ‘/13 8 62/MURSHIDABAD’ (A1-), to Calcutta, central vertical marking from rubber band. $5 3918 *F A- 10nP green on yellow, stamp with Hindi at top & ‘INDIA’ at base, HG #82, cancelled with poor cds of 1.10.74 with bilingual double-circle ‘BEADON STREET/8.10.74/CALCUTTA’ (A2) & also bearing tombstone ‘BE[ADON ST]REET/DUE/N.P’ (A2), light creasing $5 INDIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1963 Printed Perfs 55np carmine on yellow, HG #FG34, 3919 *V Acancelled with bilingual double-circle ‘/11·9·64/12AM/VASCODA-GAMA’ (A1-), to Sandy Bay, TAS, small tear to top flap. $5 INDIA | Postal Stationery - Telegraph Forms 3920 *F A1931 telegram form (B-140), cancelled with double-circle ‘JAIPUR/TEL.15AUG32/+’ (A1). $5


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CHINA EXPEDITIONARY FORCE | Postal History INDIA | Postal History 3949 *F A 3921 *G A1901 use of ¼a+¼a Reply Card uprated with 3p grey x3, 1904 use of ½d green, cancelled with ‘F.P.O.NO4/4MA/04’ (B2 cancelled with bridge-style ‘MALAN/14AU01’ (A2), addressed to Tongku) on coloured German PPC of 2 rabbits in clothes headed Major in British Central Africa Rifles, forwarded to Zomba, then ‘Fröhliche Ostern’ and endorsed “Tsien”, addressed to Dole, the Ashanti Field Force, then back to London, backstamps Jura, France. [Rated 100 by Proud] $125 include ‘ADEN/AU22/01’ (A2) and light Sea Post Office, Postal INDIAN STATES | Chamba | Postal Stationery Envelopes Card advertises Pure Indian Tea. $400 1904 use of KEVII 1a carmine on tinted Japanese PPC showing 1888 ‘CHAMBA STATE’ on Stamp & Black Even Sun ½a 3922 *F B 3950 ** A2 Japanese women, cancelled with bridge-style ‘COLABA/ green on white laid paper, size a, HG #B2. $10 26NO04/12-PM/[BOMBAY]’ (A2), to England, straight-line ‘“A” INDIAN STATES | Cochin | Postal Stationery Postal Cards / Coy 2 A.P.W.O. York Regiment.’ framed ‘SEA POST OFFICE/A/NO.26/04/+’ (A1 - Type D21 - used on S.S. Ganges, 1923 New Design 4p green on buff, HG #11, to Ollur, spike hole. $10 3951 *F B but Proud does not record the use of this type on this trip) on INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards face. $100 1925 use of 1a brown KGV envelope, cancelled with double3923 *F B 3952 ** A 1888 ‘GWALIOR’ & Arms Both in Black ¼a red-brown on buff, circle ‘MADURA BAZAAR/14NOV25/4PM’ (A1-), uprated with 1a HG #5. $10 brown x2 & bearing grey ‘MADURA BAZAR’ reg label, 1892 ‘GWALIOR’ & Arms Both in Black ¼a+¼a red-brown on 3953 *G Abackstamped with Madras arrival of 16NOV25, generalised mild buff, sender half only, HG #8a. $6 toning. $5 3954 *G B 1934 KGV New Value & Design 9p dark green on buff, HG #18, 3924 *F A1943 use of 1½a purple KGVI envelope, cancelled with doublecrease and pinhole. $8 circle ‘MYLAPORE/REG/26APR43/3PM/MADRAS’ (A1-), INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery Envelopes uprated with 3a bright violet KGVI, bearing blue & black provisional ‘MYLAPORE (MADRAS)’ reg label, backstamped 3955 *V A 1886 QV Black Opt & Coloured Arms ½a green on laid white with double-circle ‘KOTHAMANGALAM/27APR43’ (A1), worn paper, HG #B5, cancelled with ‘CHANDERI/13NO/87/ edges, slightly reduced at right. $5 LALITPUR’ (A2), ‘AGRA/3RD/DELY/NO18/87’ (B1) on back. $20 - use of 9p cancelled with light ‘GROUP FOUR/7JLY/1943/ 3925 *F A1903 KEVII ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B15, 3956 *F B Y PRISONER OF WAR CAMP 21’ machine (B1-). $40 ‘RUTLAM/P.M. DEL /14FE12’ (B1) backstamp, opened roughly at right. $5 INDIA | Military - World War II Period 3957 *F A1913 KGV ½a green on white laid paper, HG #B16. $10 1943 use of stampless OAS envelope, cancelled with 3926 *F A3958 *G B 1941 KGVI New Rate 1a red on cream laid paper, uprated with ‘RAFPOST/5*5/INDIA’ (A1-) in purple, to Bombay, with ‘UNIT 3p grey, HG #B19A, reduced at left. $20 CENSOR/W59/INDIA’ (A1) in purple, backstamped with boxed ‘[CARELESS] TALKS/[COST] LIVES/DELIVERY/V/23NOV43/ INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 340P.M./V/BOMBAY G.P.O.’ (B2), some light creasing. $30 3959 *** A1940-41 Surcharges 8p on 4p red-brown on buff, HG #23, INDIA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks minor age spots. $40 3927 S B A2 94: in diamond with diagonal lines of Vingorla on East India 4a INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery Envelopes black. $4 3928 * B A1+ C-54: squared-circle ‘C-54/MY.7’ on ½a envelope to cut-outs of H&G #B1 (used and faults), B2 x2, B8or10 (7, 6 3960 *WA Cossimbazar (poor 1897 backstamp). [Experimental or used), B6or7 & B9or12. (12) $6 temporary PO.] $30 3961 *F B 1888-91 New Colours ½a yellow on white laid paper without 3929 * AJ: on 3a orange on cover with ‘[J]ODHPORE/JUN.1’ (A2) to seal, HG #B10 (Deschl #E4e, unpriced), cancelled with 1312 Ajmere, boxed ‘JODHPUR/”467”‘ (A1+) registration handstamp. $25 (1903-04) Sharqi Rail Urdu datestamp, a little reduced at left. $30 3962 *** B 1891 Curved Flap ½a yellow on cream laid paper, HG #B10, a INDIA | Postmarks bit spotty. $8 3930 * A- B1 Agra Fort R.M.S.: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT AGRA FORT * 1908 Oval ½a yellow-green on white laid paper, HG #B17, R.M.S./5APR.45/SET-2 on 9p Postal Card to Cawnpore. $10 3963 F B opened roughly at left. $20 3931 * A A1 Ajmere: ‘M.A./AJMERE./JUL.18’ on cover to Bombay, ½a cancelled with ‘R.M.S’ (A1), transit of ‘BOMBAY.S.W./6.DY/ INDIAN STATES | Indore | Postal Stationery - Envelopes JUL.19’ (A2). $20 3964 *** A 1894 Prince With Moustache ½a violet-brown on thin white 3932 * B A1 Bengal Circle TPO: oval ‘F.B/12NOV./2’ transit on ½a Envelope wove, HG #B1. $20 with additional ½a on back both cancelled with ‘CALCUTTA/ NOV:11./A - C-1’ (B1), other cancels include hexagonal INDIAN STATES | Jaipur | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards ‘JEYPORE/NO.14/73’ (B1) and ‘SOOJANGURH/NO16/73’ (B2) * 1934 New Design on Soft Paper ¼a violet on cream paper, arrival. $20 3965 F A lithographed, HG #14 (Deschl #C25). $9 3933 * A A1+ Bhatindar R.S.: ‘MAIL OFFICE/12OC02/1 30.PM./ 3966 *F A 1943 Singh II ¼a brown on buff, HG #20. $9 BHATINDAR-R.S.’ on ¼a Postal Card, ‘NAGAUR/2ND DELY/ * 1945 Singh II ½a dull violet on buff, HG #21, philatelic. $10 14OC/02’ (A1) arrival. $20 3967 *F A+ 3968 F A1947 Singh II ¼a brown on buff, Deschl #C39, cancelled with 3934 * A- B1 Bhosawul TPO: octagonal ‘T/NO 2/BHOSAWUL/APR:28’ on ½a ‘[sun]/29JAN50/JHUNJHUNU SO’ (B2) & ‘[sun]/DELY/ Envelope cancelled with ‘OOMRAOTEE.R.S./APR28’ (A1-), to 31JAN50/9A/SAWAI JAIPUR’ (B2), top edge rough. $5 Bombay. $20 3935 * B A1- Bombay TPO: octagonal ‘T/1 1/BOMBAY/JUL:10’ on ½a on INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards small cover to Ramgarh $20 3969 *** A 1885 Curved ‘JHIND STATE’ ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff 3936 * B B1 Bombay? TPO: unframed ‘T/2 3/B DN/JAN:?’ on ½a on small (address half only), HG #4. $6 cover to Bombay, transits include poor Nagore and ‘AJMERE./ 3970 *** B - ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, HG #4, some perf separation, JAN:7’ (A2), boxed ‘TRAIN LATE’ (A2) on face. $15 trimmed at lower right, some spotting on inside faces $25 3937 * A A1 Delhi R.M.S.: double-circle ‘DELHI R.M.S.-3/5JUN33/20-50/ 3971 *** A+ 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms ¼a red-brown DETAINED LATE FEE NOT PAID’ on 9p KGV Postal Card, poor on buff, HG #11. $10 Sambhar Lake arrival of 7JUN33. $20 3972 *V B - ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #11, used under cover, few minor O 3938 * B C1 Frontier TPO: oval ‘T/C.P/9.12.71/N 4’ transit on stampless faults. $8 cover, SEONEE/DE5/71’ (B1) and various triangular 3973 ** A- ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, no perfs, HG #12, minor crease $20 handstamps on back, ‘KOOCHAWUN/?/71’ (C2) arrival also on 1919 KGV ¼a blue grey on buff, HG #20, minor age spots on 3974 *** Aback with straight-line ‘TOO-LATE’ (B1). $25 back. $16 3939 * A B1 Howrah R.S.: ‘HOWRAH R.S./25FEB/?/1942’ machine cancel INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery Envelopes on 9p Postal Card, double-circle ‘RINGAS/28FEB42’ (A2) * 1883 Curved ‘JHIND STATE’ ½a green on white laid paper, size arrival. $8 3975 ** Ab, HG #B1, minor spot. $16 3940 * A- B1 Howrah TPO: double-circle ‘T.P.O. RECEIVING OFFICE/ 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms ½a green on 3976 *** A AUG:30/HOWRAH’ on small cover, ½a cancelled with ‘T’ (B2) white laid paper, size b, HG #B7. $10 and with “Stamped”, ‘NAWALAGARH/SEP:3’ (A1) arrival. $20 1924-34 KGV With New Arms 1a brown on white laid paper, 3977 *G A 3941 * A A2 Hyderabad: ‘M.A./[HY]DERABAD/OCT 6’ on cover, ½a size c, HG #B12, cancelled on 30JAN26. $20 cancelled with ‘R.M.S’ (A2), ‘SECOND.DELY/INDORE.CITY/8 OCT.84’ (A1) arrival. $20 INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3942 * A- B2 Katri R.M.S.: double-circle ‘KATRI R.M.S./13JLY.42/1230PM’ on * 1885 ‘PUTTIALLA STATE’ Opt ¼a red-brown on buff, size a, 9p Postal Card, poor Ringas arrival. $10 3978 * A HG #4. $10 3943 * B B1 Madras TPO: unframed ‘T/1 2/M UP/JUL:?’ on ½a Envelope, * - ¼a red-brown on buff, size a, HG #4, small tear at TLC. $10 poor Ramgurh arrival. $20 3979 ** A3944 * A- B1 - ‘M.3.IN/SET.NO1/SE.12’ on cover ½a cancelled with ‘R.M.S’ INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (A2), ‘PAREL/3RD/DELY/SEP13/96/BOMBAY’ (B2) arrival. $20 1885 ‘PUTTIALLA STATE’ Opt ½a green on white laid paper, 3980 *** C 3945 * A A2 Mau R.M.S: double-circle ‘MAU R.M.S/S/13JAN22’ on ¼a size b, HG #B3, a few faults. $7 Postal Card, double-circle ‘[S]RI NADHOPUR/19JAN22’ (C2) arrival. $6 INDIAN STATES | Soruth | Postal History 3946 * C C2 Rewah: poor red oval ‘REWAH/ /?’ arrival on stampless OHMS * 1938 use of 3p black & blackish green pair (SG 49) cancelled cover to the Rajah. $20 3981 F C with light ‘SAURASHTR[A ?]/8OCT38/VOOR RY TRA’ ?, 3947 * A- A2 Saharanapur: type 9II duplex ‘SAHARANPOOR/JU30/64 - 174’ Veraval (B1) arrival on poor reduced cover. $6 on ½a blue on small native cover, red ‘UMRITSUR/2/AUG./64’ (B2) arrival. $10 INDIAN STATES | Travancore | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3948 * A- B1 Trichinopoly TPO: double-circle ‘T-4/IN/31DEC.36/SET-1’ on 1892 Reply Cards 8ca+8ca orange on buff (half card only), HG 3982 ** B ½a & 2a x3 on air cover, double-circle ‘MUAR/9.15AM/8 JA/ #3, minor age spots, thinned. $6 1937/13’ (A2) arrival. $8


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INDIAN STATES | Travancore | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3983 *G A1889 Conch in 4 Circles 1ch ultramarine Deschl Type I x2, both used and 4ch green Deschl Type III, unused, all cut-outs. INDIAN STATES | Travancore-Cochin | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1950 Palm Tree 4p carmine on buff, HG #3. 3984 *F A1950 Coat of Arms 4p blue, HG #C4, cancelled with poor ‘ON 3985 *F AP & T SERVICE’ machine but unused, some minor toning. 3986 *F A- 4p blue, Deschl #C4, with ‘INDIAN P&T DEPT’ (B1) opt, reverse bearing bilingual boxed ‘/WELLORE R.M.S. BATCH.A’ (A1) and “Official report of 12.7.73”, filing hole at BRC.

$4 $10

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1962 Airmail I£3 Bay of Elat, with tab, SG #223, Cat £21. 1965-75 Civic Arms tab set of 19, SG #294-309, Cat £14. 1966 Museum Exhibits tab set of 6, SG #342-7, Cat £25. 1968 Exports tab set of 10, SG #377-86.

ISRAEL | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 4013 *F A 1955 180p deep blue/pale blue (+80p violet with tab), HG FG14.

$5 ISRAEL*| First Day Covers 1970 Tabit Stamp Show I£1 imperf minisheet on official FDC 4014 V A $5

INDO-CHINA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1928 Native Views 6c red on greenish, HG #19. 3987 *** A

$50

INDONESIA | First Day Covers 1989 Orangutan set, Sc #1380-3, on WWF FDCs. (4) 3988 *F A

$12

IRAN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3989 *** B 1894 Shah Nasr-Ed-Din Border & Text in Same Colour 4c red on cream, HG #6, bit grubby.

4009 * 4010 * 4011 * 4012 *

$6

IRAN | Postal History 1943 use of 10r blue & brown & 3r blue-green x2, cancelled with 3990 *F Adouble-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. $120 IRAQ | Postal History 3991 *F A1920 use of stampless OAS endorsed envelope, cancelled with Indian double-circle ‘F.P.O./NO61/28JUL20’ on reverse, to Rye, England, with circled ‘M/676’ (B1) censor handstamp in red, endorsed from “ADO Base M Prison/Right Bank/Baghdad”, o/o for display, some minor edge wear. $100 1921 use of 2½a blue British Occupation opt, cancelled with 3992 *F Apoor double-circle of 7JL21 on BANQUE IMPERIALE OTTOMANE envelope to Constantinople with circular ‘PASSED/ 2/M.E.F./CENSOR’ (B1) in red, backstamped with bilingual ‘PORT-TAUFIQ/B/1-VIII.21 6PM/’ (A1) & double-circle ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/A/8AU/21/CONSTANTINOPLE’ (A1), some light creasing, toned top edge to stamp. $125 1944 commercial air cover to Ulster with 30f & 50f, boxed 3993 *F B Censor (?) hand-stamp in violet, British & Iraqi (?) Censor tapes, strong vertical fold. $130 IRAQ | Flight Covers 3994 *G C 1926 use of 1a, 1½a, 2a, 3a tied by boxed ‘IRAQ to INDIA/By Light Aeroplane/with Messrs Stack & Leete’ type-written cancellation & poor Baghdad cds of 21DEC26, backstamped with double-circle Calcutta of 12JAN27, vertical crease and some flap damage. This appears to be a commercial cover. $100 1929 1½a & 3a cancelled with type-written ‘IRAQ TO INDIA/By 3995 *F C Light Aeroplane/with Vct. and Vctess./J de Sibour.’, backstamp of Baghdad 3JAN29, Karachi 5FEB29 and Baghdad 25MAY29. Enclosed blank letter head paper from sender Izzat F. Maidani shows part impression of type-written cancellation. While the cover and stamps are quite faulty it is very scarce with only about 50 covers carried. $200 IRAQ | Military - World War I Period 3996 *F A1916 use of stampless OAS cover, Indian ‘BASE OFFI[CE D]/ 23JUL16/[I]E[F]’ (B2 - Basra), from 2nd RAMC to USA, red double-circle ‘PASSED/D/CENSOR’ (B1) on face, 1c PDue x4 applied in USA. $150 1918(c.) use of Indian ½a IEF x4, cancelled with poor strikes of 3997 *F B 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. $200 1921 use of stampless PPC showing Mosul? street scene, 3998 *F A cancelled with bi-lingual ‘MOSUL/1NOV21/4-PM/’ (B1), from 1/ 15th Sikhs to England, violet ‘M/468’ (A1-) censor handstamp on face. $125 IRELAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3999 *** A 1949 Doubleton 1d red-violet + ½d emerald-green, HG #8. $120 IRELAND | Postal History 1938 use of 2d agate, cancelled with ‘CILL CHAINNIGH/330PM/ 4000 *F B 18JUL38 - VISIT/DUBLIN HORSE SHOW/AUGUST 2-6’ (B1) machine, on cover to Kingsway, London, with ‘AIR MINISTRY/ 19JUL1938/* PERSONAL LETTER SECTION *’ (A2), small closed tear at top & couple of toned spots. $5 1942 Censor Cover to England with 2½d tied by Raile Atha 4001 *F A Cliath cancel and two censor labels, a pink Irish censor label and white English censor label. $45 ISRAEL 4002 ** A A1 1950 3rd Maccabiah 80pr blackish green & olive-green, SG #52. $4 4003 * A A1 1952 Bet Yaakov Lechu Venelcha Immigration Organization 110pr, with tab, SG #75, Cat £18, hinged in selvedge below tab only. $8 4004 * A A1 1953-56 Air tab set of 8, excludes 1000pr, SG #76-82a, Cat £70. $30 4005 * A B1 1954 Jewish Coins 4th Issue tab set of 4, SG #90-93. $2 4006 * A A1 1960-61 Airmail tab set of 9, SG #183-5a, Cat £19. $8 4007 * A A1 1961-65 Zodiac tab set of 13, SG #198-210. $3 4008 * A A1 1961 Afforestation tab set of 2, SG #220-1. $3

ISRAEL | Postal History 4015 *F A1948 use of 10m magenta strip of 3 with 20m blue, cancelled with bilingual Tel Aviv of 3 9 1948, on air cover to Killara, NSW. 1953 use of 40pr orange-brown, cancelled with bilingual 4016 *F A Jerusalem of 3.12.53 (B1), on plain cover to State Serum Institute, Copenhagen, Denmark, endorsed “Printed Matter”. 4017 *F A 1976 use of 30a En Avedat vertical pair, cancelled with bilingual Jerusalem machine of 4.2.76, on Yeshivath Beth Abraham cover to Southfield, Michigan. - use of 30a bright magenta En Avedat pair, cancelled with 4018 *F A Jerusalem machine of 1976, on Student Relief Institute cover to Southfield, Michigan. 4019 *F A 1977 50a blue-green & 5a orange x4, cancelled with bilingual Jerusalem of 11.12.77, on air cover to Detroit, Michigan. ITALIAN STATES | Papal States 1852 Arms 1 Baj black on greyish green Type I, Mi #2a. 4020 F A - 6 Baj black on greenish grey, Mi #7a, Cat €35. 4021 F A ITALY 4022 ** A

$10 $6 $10 $3 $6 $10 $10 $5 $4 $5 $5 $5 $25

Year Albums soft-covered presentation album with all 1987 stamps and postcards. 1912 Campanile 15c dark brown, Mi #106, Cat €20. 1949 Alfieri 20L dark brown, Mi #778, Cat €12. 1950 Turin Motor Show 10L violet grey, Mi #790, Cat €17. 1950 Italian Workers 100L brown, Mi #824, Cat €60.

$20 $8 $6 $8 $25

ITALY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1877 Black Seal At Lower Left, Large Arms 0.10l brown-red, 4027 *** Awith double-lined frame, HG #3, some light toning. 4028 *** A 1881 10c brown on green, 3 line heading & large arms, HG #10.

$30 $15

ITALY | Maximum Cards 1952 Girolamo Savonarola 25L Mi 868 tied to Maxim card by 4029 *F A Ferrara special cancel 21 Sett 1952.

$15

ITALY | Commemorative Covers 4030 *V A1941 12th Philatelic Convention, Venice use of 25c ItalianGerman Friendship block of 4 on special card, small tear at top.

$20

4023 * 4024 ** 4025 ** 4026 **

A B2 A A1 A B1 A B1

ITALY | Postal History 4031 *G B 1868 use of 40c rose & 20c blue, cancelled with poor grid ‘181’ & ‘MILANO STAZ/3/MAR/68/8 2’ (B1), on cover to London, with straight-line ‘P.D.’ (B1) & ‘LONDON/N/PAID/C/6MR68’ (A1) in red, backstamped with ‘WOLVERHAMPTON/B/MR7/69’ (A1) arrival, some creasing. 1916 use of 2c red-brown Eagle, cancelled with ‘NAPOLI/23-24/ 4032 * B 6·XI/1916/FERROVIA’ (A1) machine, on Dario Nissim printed card to Rome, some light toning. 4033 *F A 1921 use of 10c red x5 & 5c green, cancelled with double-circle ‘TRIESTE PZZADELLA BORSA/11.1.21.13/(4A)’ (A1-) on registered Giuseppe Maestro cover to Cleveland, Ohio bearing straight-line ‘Raccomandato’ (A1) in blue & reg label in grey with straight-line ‘TRIESTE 3/PIAZZA DELLA BORSA’ handstamp in black. 1929 use of 1.25l blue express & 50c purple, cancelled with 4034 *F Adouble-circle ‘MONTEBUONO/2.6.29/55-426’, on COMMUNE DI MONTEBUONO cover, bearing double-circle ‘COMUNE DI MONTEBUONO/[arms]/(RIETI)’ (A1-), backstamped with double-circle ‘ROMA FERR./2.6.29-9/ESPRESSI’ (B1) arrival & ‘Via Nazionale, 82,DIREZIONE’ numbered label, couple of small edge tears. 4035 *F A 1938 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘UFF: POSTALE SPECIALE/27.6.38/*5*’ (A1-), to Lucca, bearing circled ‘R.R./POSTE/T.S’ (A1), with 50c purple due & double-circle ‘BAGNI DI LUCCA VILLA/4.7.38/LUCCA’ (A1backstamp). 1942 use of 50c purple x2 & 25c green, cancelled with double4036 *F A circle ‘VOLTERRA (PISA)/8.5.42XX19/*RACCOMANDATE*’ (B1), on registered cover to the Ministry of War, Rome, with black ‘VOLTERRA’ registration label, bearing ‘[arms]/R.R. POSTE/Sessione di/VOLTERRA/ASS. NAZ. MUTILATI INVALIDI DI GUERRA’ (B1) & straight-line ‘VINCERE’, ‘SEZIONE DI VOLTERRA’ & ‘RACCOMANDATA’, backstamped with circular ‘ASS. NAZ. MUTILATI E INVALIDI DI GUERRA/ Sezione di/VOLTERRA’. 1944 use of 50c purple AMP, cancelled with double-circle 4037 *F A‘CATANIA FERROVIA/26.4.44.12/ESPRESSI TRANSITO’ (B1), on cover to Etmeo, with boxed ‘VERIFICATO PER CENSURA’ (A1-) in purple & sealed with ‘VERIFICATO PER CENSURA’ tape at left, with dotted circle ‘9’ (A1), letter included, some light rust. 4038 *F B - use of Allied Occupation of Sicily 25c olive-yellow x2 & 30c grey x7, cancelled with 6 strikes of double-circle ‘MESSINA/5.5.44.16/CORRISPONDENZE’ (B2), on ‘Grande Emporia, Benedetto Vinci & Figlio’ advertising cover to Boston bearing clear ‘EXAMINED BY’ tape with ‘6261’ handstamp, cover opened out for display, slightly trimmed top edge & generally a bit rough around the edges.

$60 $5

$60

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4065 * A A1 - ‘MACHAKOS/29NO/63/KENYA’ on 30c red QEII on cover to - use of Allied Occupation of Sicily 2L x2, cancelled with ‘MESSINA NO2/18.6.44/VIA GARIBALDI’ (B1), on local cover. Nairobi. $150 1952 use of 5L grey-black & 10L dark green x2, cancelled with 4040 *F A 4066 D A A1 Magadi: ‘MAGADI/30NO60/KENYA’, on 30c red QEII. ‘GENOVA/??/6.II/1952/CORRISPONDENZE’ (A2-) machine, to 4067 * A A1- Mau Summitt: ‘MAU SUMMIT/NO28/28/KENYA’, cancelling 5c Australian Migration at Genova, also bearing ‘BRITISH green, 10c black & 20c orange KGV’s on cover to Irybridge, CONSULATE/GENERAL/6FEB52/*GENOA*’ (A2). South Devon, 20c has torn TLC. $30 1973 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle 4041 *F A KENYA & UGANDA ‘WESTHEIM/b/26.2.73-18/3536’ (A1), to Major Walter Reder, 4068 F A A1 1922-27 Wmk Script CA 2/- dull purple, SG #88, Cat £12. Military Prison, Gaeta, sealed at right with brown tape, straightline handstamp ‘RECLUSORIO MILITARE GAETA’ (A1) in red. KENYA & UGANDA | Postmarks [Reder was an SS Major resposible for the slaughter of over 4069 * A B1 Nakuru: double-circle ‘NAKURU/6PM/16DE/32/KENYA’ on 15c 1800 people in the Marzabotto area of Italy.] $100 (faults) & 50c on air cover to UK. ITALY | Military - World War II Period KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA 4042 *F A 1943 use of green WWII POW Post Card from France to Italy 4070 F A B1 1938-54 KGVI Pictorials 30c black & dull violet-blue, P14, SG with Milan receiving cds 23 4 44. $30 #141a, Cat £11. 1944 use of German ‘Feldpost’ lettersheet, cancelled with 4043 *F A4071 * A A1 1938-54 Pictorials 2/- lake-brown & brown-purple, P13¼x13¾, ‘POSTA DA CAMPO/B/000-5-6.44/’ (A1 - FPO 82569-C), to SG #146b, Cat £21. Bologna, ‘Verificato Censura’ tape at the base, various Italian 4072 **/* A B1 1941-42 Surcharged South Africa Pictorial 70c on 1/- brown handstamps on back. [From Italian forces serving with & chalky blue irregular marginal block of 52 (6x8 + 4) with Germans.] $140 separation at vertical centre from bottom up 4 stamps, SG #154, - use of 50c violet Allied Military Govt x5, cancelled with double4044 *F ACat £260+, with vertical blue line in 5 units in two locations [4circle ‘MARSALA/18.9.44.16/ARRIVI E PARTENZE’ (B1), on 7,2] & [10,1], two guide arrows, partial control number starting cover to Brooklyn sealed at left with clear ‘EXAMINED BY/6251’ 712, only 4 units in 3 pairs hinged, 19 unhinged horizontal pairs tape, couple of small closed tears. $70 & 4 unhinged vertical pairs. 4073 V A B1 1954-59 QEII Pictorials set of 14 & additional 2/- black and ITALY | Postmarks bronze-green shade, SG #167-80, Cat £24. 4045 * A A1 Torino: oval ‘POSTE/[logo]/COMANDO PRESIDIO/FORZE 4074 * B A1 - 5/- black & orange, SG #178, Cat £23, some mild toning. ARMATE/DI POLIZIA/TORINO’ (A1) in purple, cancelling ‘CEDOLA DI COMMISSIONE LIBARIA’ postcard. $30 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postal History 4075 *F A 1954 use of stampless registered OHMS air cover to Dar-esJAMAICA | Postal History Salaam, cancelled with double-circle ‘TEMPLE RD.B.O./5-PM/ 1940s use of stampless air cover, cancelled with violet straight4046 *F A16SP/54/NAIROBI’ (A1). line ‘POSTAGE PAID’ (A1), to England, endorsed “VIA TRANSATLANTIC”, blue octagonal ‘[crown]/PASSED/D/2’ (A1) on face. $100 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Military - World War II Period 4047 *F A1947 use of 1½d brown KGVI, cancelled with ‘KINGSTON/ 1940 stampless OAS cover to England, cancelled with double4076 *F AOCT4/10AM/1947/JAMAICA - SPEND YOUR VACATION IN/ circle ‘APS EAF/DE28/40’ (B1), boxed magenta ‘O.H.M.S./No. SUMMERLAND/JAMAICA’ (A1-) machine, on plain air cover to 223/MILITARY/FRANKED’ (A1) handstamp in TRC, boxed Woodchester, Stroud, redirected to Plumpton, Sussex, magenta ‘PASSED BY MILITARY CENSOR/No. 223’ (B1) in backstamped with octagonal framed ‘ORDERLY R ROOM/NO.../ BLC. DATE.../2nd BN. GLOUCESTERSHIRE REGT.’ (A1) in purple, 1941 use of stampless “On Active Service” cover, cancelled with 4077 *V Asome light creasing to right edge. $35 mute double-circle ‘19DE/1941’, to Dodoma, with triple circle ‘MILITARY CENSOR/12/*’, part flap missing. JAMAICA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks * 1944 use of stampless Internee Camp No 6, Uganda lettersheet, 4048 S A B2 A38: of Falmouth on 1870 6d. $10 4078 F A cancelled with double-circle ‘P.O.W./17JANA44/E.A.C.’ (A2) to 4049 S A A2 A52: of Mandeville on 1870 2d rose. $8 USA, endorsed “EVACUEE MAIL”, violet boxed ‘P/W EAST/ 4050 S A A2+ A66: of Port Maria on ½d rose. $10 AFRICA 004’ (B1) and violet triple-oval ‘INTERNMENT CAMP/ 4051 S A B2 A78: of Vere on 1883 2d rose. $10 10JAN1944/No. 6. Uganda’ (B1), straight-line ‘10988/U.S. JAPAN | Postal History CENSOR’ (A1) all on face. 4052 * A 1935 use of 1½s blue, cancelled with 10.7.28 cds (10JUL1935), KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postmarks on black & white PPC of Ryojun Russo-Japanese War Memorial, ‘LUMBWA/21JA/54/KENYA’, Proud #D3, on 20c black to Aichi Pref. from sailor aboard ‘Tuta’ 15th Party Destroyer. $400 4079 D A A1 Lumbwa: & orange KGVI, on piece. JAPAN | Military - World War I Period 4080 D A A1 - double-circle ‘LUMBWA/8AU/47/KENYA’, Proud #D4, on 10c 4053 *G A1917 use of stampless PPC of ‘The Tomb and Monument of red-brown & orange KGVI, on piece. Nanko, Kobe. cancelled on 6.9.14, from POW at Aonagahara 4081 * A- A1 Machakos: ‘MACHAKOS/A/18AP/59/KENYA’, Proud #D7, Camp 11 to Germany, blue boxed ‘SERVICES DES cancelling 30c Owen falls & 1/30 elephants on registered air PRISONNIERS/DE GUERRE’ at top, many Japanese markings cover, glued shut at top. on face. $300 4082 * A A2 Makuyu: ‘MAKUYU/*/23FE/61/KENY[A]’, Proud #D3, cancelling 1918 use of stampless coloured PPC of ‘Okara-mon of Sandaiko 4054 *F A30c red QEII on plain Nairobi cover. [Rated 40 by Proud] Temple, Nikko.’, cancelled with circular handstamp in Japanese, KOREA | Postal History with boxed ‘SERVICE DES PRISONNIERS/DE GUERRE’ (B1) 1956 stampless cover, cancelled with Korean FPO 502 of 4083 *F A handstamp in purple, 2 additional Japanese handstamps, 89.5.15, (1956), with Censor’s chops. censors?, from German soldier to Augsburg, Bavaria, light * 1959 plain slightly reduced envelope bearing boxed 6981 corner wear. $200 4084 F B military handstamp in blue with censors chops & cds dated JAPAN | Military - World War II Period 92.5.26. 4055 *V A 1942c use of stampless censored Naval card from 6th Sub Unit KOREA (South) on Heavy Cruiser ‘Takao’ to Kanagawa City with censor mark in red, includes translation. $225 4085 ** A A1 1973 Court Costumes: Third series set & M/Ss SG 1053-1055. (4) 1943 Stampless cover from Lieut Col Naval Doctor at Medicine 4056 *V A 4086 ** A A1 1974 Traditional Musical Instruments: 3rd series, set & M/Ss Department 8th Naval Hospital in Rabaul to Yokuska City. [The SG 1108-1110. (4) enclosed letter notes that he has been here 2 months, caught fever and enemy bombing. Rare] $500 KOREA (South) | Military - Korean War Period 1952 (Circa) use of stampless OAS cover cancelled with void 4087 *F A JORDAN cds, addressed in English to Korean soldier in 140th Tank 4057 F A1965 Visit to France & USA 5f, 10f, & 20f on un-addressed Company, censor handstamp on face. cover cancelled with bi-lingual ‘/18DEC65/2/JERUSALEM/ * 1954 use of stampless cover from FPO 10?, censor handstamp CITADEL’ (A1). $25 4088 F A on face. KENYA KUWAIT 4058 ** A A1 1964 Republic complete set of 5, SG #15-19. $5 4089 ** A B1 1953 QEII Coronation SG 103-6, Cat £13. (4) KENYA | Postmarks KUWAIT | Postal History 4059 D A A1 Lower Kabete: double-circle ‘LOWER KABETE/19MY/52/ * A 1963 use of 1d Wara & 4f National Day, cancelled with bilingual KENYA’. $4 4090 double-circle ‘/25AU/63/KUWAIT’, on dometic cover. 4060 D A A1 Luanda: double-circle ‘LUANDA/18JA/39/KENYA’ on 15c black * A - use of 100f red Air & Sea, cancelled with bilingual double-circle & red KGVI. $15 4091 ‘/24AU/63/KUWAIT’, on dometic cover. 4061 * A A1 Lumbwa: double-circle ‘LUMBWA/13MR/61/KENYA’ on 1/30c maroon & brown QEII Pictorial, on air cover to London. $10 LATVIA 4062 * A B1 Machakos: double-circle ‘MACHAKOS/28JA17/ 4092 F A B1 1928 Air set of 3, Mi #129-31. E.A.PROTECTORATE’ on 6c red KGV on black & white PPC of 4093 F A B1 1933 Killed Aviators set, Mi #215-8A, Cat €120. (3) ‘A Fallen Boabab Tree, Mombasa B.E.A.’, to France, with 4094 ** A A1 1991 Arms 5(k) to 200(k), Mi #305-12, Cat €18. (8) double-circle ‘MOMBASA/930AM/30MR/17/BRIT. E. AFRICA’ 4095 ** A A1 - 10(k) to 200(k), Mi #306-12, Cat €13. (7) (A1) transit. $30 4096 ** A A1 - 20(k) complete sheet, Mi #308, Cat €60. (100) 4063 * A B1 - ‘MACHAKOS/B/10DE/56/KENYA’ (A1- backstamp), on 4097 ** A A1 1991 Surcharges set including both 100(k), Mi #313-16, Cat registered cover, franked with 10c, 20c, 30c x2 & 1/- (trimmed) €88. (40) QEII Pictorials, to London by air, cover trimmed at right. $12 4098 ** A 1994 Europa 2 sheetlets of 10, Mi #376-7. 4064 * A- A2- - ‘MACHAKOS/12AU/1960/KENYA’ on 30c black & blue QEII on cover to Nairobi, cover glued at top & several perfs at TLC of stamp torn off. $6 4039 *F A

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LATVIA | Booklets 4099 ** A1938 Ls 0.30 unexploded booklet, Uzdev 340 1939 g, pristine condition, but 1 stamp removed. These booklets are extremely scarce, only 10,000 were printed, they are unlisted by SG, Michel, & Rogers. Cherrystone Auctions sold a complete copy in March 2002 for US$1,850 (approx AU$3,300). $600 LATVIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1929 10s green on buff, HG #8, cancelled with ‘RIGA/18VIII33?/ 4100 *F A LATVIJA’ (A1). $20 LEEWARD ISLANDS 4101 * A C1 1938-51 Definitives 3d orange chalk paper, SG #107, Cat £35, brown gum. $16 4102 * A A1 - 1/- grey & black on emerald, SG #110ba, Cat £18. $12 LEEWARD ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1891 1d carmine on buff, HG #1, with diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’, 4103 ** B thinned on right side. $12 LESOTHO 4104 V A A1 1984 Ausipex set in sheetlets SG 599a-602a with Ausipex special postmark. (4) $5 LITHUANIA | Postal History 4105 *V B 1930 use of 60c Vytautas, Mi #312, on cvr to London, contents include 3 letters one of which appears to be in Hebrew, a few tears and creases at top. $50 LOURENCO MARQUES | Postal History 1916 use of 50r brown ‘REPUBLICA’ opt & 1c green War Tax, 4106 *F Acancelled 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. $125 LUXEMBOURG 4107 V A 1875 Arms 5c yellow, imperf, Mi #30c, with partial 1876 cancellation. [Scott lists this as a probable essay with used value US$1000.] $400 MACAU | Postal History 1941 (Nov) use of 1a & 2a pair on Canton Young Women’s 4108 *F AChristian Association cover to Hong Kong, violet boxed ‘NOT OPENED/BY/CENSOR’ (A1) on face. $250 MALAGASY REPUBLIC 4109 ** A A1 1975 Okinawa Expo 25f Woodpecker, vertical pair with sheet numbers ‘1D1D1D1D’, Sc #532. $3 MALAYA | Straits Settlements 4110 * B B1 1937-41 KGVI Die I 1c to 5c SG 278-281, minor aging, Cat £55. (4) $20 MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1885 QV 1c green, HG #5 (ISC# P6, Cat R$120), cancelled with 4111 *F A ‘P/PENANG/JU21/91’ (B1), George Town, Penang rates notice on back. $25 MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal History 4112 *F A1928 use of KGV 6c scarlet cancelled with ‘MALACCA/2PM/ 16NO/1928’ (B1), double-circle ‘KARAIKUDI/DELY/24NOV28/ 330PM/’ (B1) arrival. $15 1940 use of 50c black on green & 5c brown KGVI, cancelled with 4113 *F Adouble-circle ‘SINGAPORE/230PM/17SE/1940/-’, on air cover to New Barnet, England, with triangular ‘PASSED FOR/ TRANSMISSION/49/SINGAPORE’ (A1-). $8 1941 use of 5c carmine & 3c green KGVI, cancelled with 4114 *F B ‘PENANG/2PM/13AU/41/MALAYA’, on cover to Bombay, India, sealed with ‘[arms] 273C/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in red on white & bearing triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/C15’ (A1-) & light triangular ‘PASSED FOR/TRANSMISSION/26’ (B1) in purple, generalised toning on front. $30 MALAYA | Federated Malay States | Postal History 4115 *F A 1909 use of 1c green tiger x4 cancelled with double-circle ‘KUALA LUMPUR/430PM/13MY/1909/+’ (A1), to India. $10 MALAYA | Malaysia | Postmarks 4116 * A B2 Pasir Gujang: ‘PASIR GUJ[ANG]/20JA81/*/JOHO[R]’ on Johore 15c Flower. $5 MALAYA | Japanese Occupation | Postal History 1945 use of 10c red-brown x10, cancelled with Japanese 4117 *F Adouble-circle for Merlimau dated 2.5.2605 on printed card headed ‘TABONGAN WANG, KERAJA’AN DAI NIPPON, MALAI’, with boxed ‘Return to Depositor’ (A1-) handstamp in purple, light vertical crease. $175 MALAYAN STATES | Negri Sembilan | Postal History 4118 *F A 1968 Forces air cover Seremban to GB, “HQ RCT 17 Div Malayan District” on flap. $6 MALAYAN STATES | Perak 4119 * A B1 1935-37 Sultan Iskander $5 green & red on emerald perf ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #102s. $125 MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4120 *F A 1952 4c+2c red on buff, size b, HG #14, cancelled with ‘GRIK/ 11MAR55-1245PM’ (A2). $9

MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 4121 *F A 1952 20c dark blue on white, uprated with 10c deep purple, 4 dotted lines on back, HG #C3, cancelled with ‘LUMUT/5FEB54’ (A1).

$25 MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal History 1904 1904 use of 3c grey & black Tiger cancelled with poor 4122 *G B Tapah squared-circle of 5MY/1904 to Penang, transits include squared-circle ‘TAPAH ROAD/1/5MY/1904/POST·OFFICE’ (A2) and squared-circle ‘TELOK ANSON/12 30PM/5MY/1904’ (A1), a little fragile. $100 1939 use of 8c grey, cancelled with double-circle ‘PARIT 4123 *F ABUNTAR/415PM/2JU/1939/F.M.S.’ (B1) on cover to Welland, Canada, some slight toning. $15 MALI 4124 ** A A1 1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics 200f Speed Skating, top strip of 5, Sc #C379. $3 MALTA 4125 * A A1 1926-27 KGV Inscribed Postage 2½d blue SG 162. $7 4126 * B B2 1938-43 Pictorials ¼d to 1/- (excl 2d black, 1½d & 2½d values) small thin on ½d green SG 217-26. (11) $8 4127 V AGB Used in Malta 2d blue (GB) plate 9 & 3d rose (CL) Plate 5 cancelled with 1868 ‘A25’ duplex, SG #Z34,Z43, Cat £35+, on small piece, 3d has a couple of minor defects. $20 MALTA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1902-06 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, cancelled with 4128 *F A double-circle ‘VALLETTA/6.20PM/9DE10/MALTA’ (A2). $10 4129 *** A - 1d carmine on buff, HG #6. $15 MALTA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4130 *** A1900 1d deep rose on thin cream wove paper size C, HG #B1b. $20 MALTA | Postal History 4131 *G A1929 use of ½d x2 & 1½d opt ‘Postage and Revenue’ on cover to Switzerland, cancelled at Valletta on AP11/29, opened a little roughly. $14 MALTA | Military - World War I Period 4132 *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. $225 MALTA | Postmarks 4133 * A C1 Valletta: ‘VALLETTA (C.O.)/11-AM 30DE98/MALTA’ on 2½d blue, ‘[TUN]BRIDGE/11. PM/JA3/99/STATION OFFICE’ (A2) backstamp. $12 4134 S A A1 - ‘G.P/O’ in Maltese Cross on KEVII 1d red block of 4. $5 4135 * A A2 - Maltese cross ‘ACCOUNTS/L/30NO/51/G.P.O.M[ALTA]’ on stampless OHMS cover to Pieta. $20 MAURITANIA 4136 V A A1 1982 Manned Flight set of 6, Sc #522-7, CTO. $5 MAURITIUS 4137 ** A A1 1948 Stamp Centenary 5c orange & magenta, SG #266, bottom marginal single showing magenta plate number ‘1’. $5 MAURITIUS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1882 8c milky blue (oxidized to greyish brown) on thick white 4138 *** B paper, HG #B13. $7 MAURITIUS | Postal History 1944 use of 10c rose-red & 2c grey, cancelled with ‘GENERAL 4139 *F APOST OFFICE/3-PM/29JU/44/MAURITIUS’, on cover to Darlinghurst, NSW, with triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/82/ MAURITIUS’ (C1) in purple & sealed at left with ‘2 OPENED BY CENSOR’ & diamond ‘2/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/13’ (A1-), small hole in front. $20 MAURITIUS | Postmarks 4140 S A A2 Moka: ‘MOKA/A/JA4/95’ on 2c green. $8 MEXICO | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1895 Hidelgo Express Company 15c olive imprint on 10c red, 4141 *F AHG #HE1f, cancelled with double-oval violet ‘EXPRESS “HIDALGO”/R.F. RIVEROLL/18 JUL10 93/JALAPA’ (A2) to Puebla. $20 MONACO 4142 F A A1 1933-37 Pictorials 10f blue, Mi #135, Cat €100. $50 4143 * A A1 1948 London Olympics set of 5, Mi #339-43. $4 MONACO | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 4144 ** A1893 Allegory, No Frames 2c violet on buff, HG #E6. $5 MOROCCO 4145 ** A Year Albums hard-bound presentation album with range of issues from 1981-3. $10 MOROCCO (French) | Postal History 1912 use of PPC ‘Corps diplomatique Arabe assistant à la 4146 *V A Revue’ cancelled by circular ‘CAMPAGNE DU MAROC/19081909/1910/*’ (A1) handstamp in blue, from Casablanca. $40 4147 *G A1915 use of stampless PPC of ‘92 SCENES ET TYPES. OULED-NAYLS DE BISKRA’ from German POW, violet boxed ‘SUBDIVISION DE/RABAT/VERIFIE’ (C1) on face. $105


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 MOROCCO AGENCIES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4148 *** A 1898 5c+5c green on buff opt type I, HG #9, address half only.

$7

MOROCCO AGENCIES | Tangier 4149 * A A1 1950-51 KGVI Overprinted Tangier 10/- blue SG288.

$20

MOZAMBIQUE | Postal History 1936 Airmail cover to Kenya with adhesives tied by Beira of 18 4150 *F AMai 1936, few minor faults.

$20

NATAL 4151 F A B1

1902-03 ‘POSTAGE REVENUE’ Wmk Crown CA 6d green & brown-purple, SG #135.

$3

NATAL | Postal History 4152 *F A 1908 use of ½d green on PPC, cancelled with double-circle ‘DUNDEE/10.15AM/MR30/08/NATAL’ (A1), double-circle ‘MELMOTH/B/AP2/08/ZULULAND’ (C2).

$40

NATAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4153 S A A2 21: of Woodside on 1d rose. 4154 S A A3 51: ‘P.[O.A.]/51’ on 2d KEVII. 4155 S A B3 73: ‘P.O.[A.]/73’ on ½d KEVII. 4156 S A A2 75: ‘[P.]O.A./75’ on 1d KEVII. NATAL | Postmarks 4157 S A A2 Mooi River: double-circle ‘MOOI RIVER/4JULF14/S.AFRI[CA]’ on ½d green KGV. 4158 S A A2 Umhali: framed ‘UMHALI/1 7/89/NATAL’ in 1d rose. 4159 S A A2- Utrecht: ‘UTRECHT/28/OCT/1902/NATAL’in violet on 1d red KEVII. NAURU 4160 F A B1

$10 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

1916-23 KGV ‘NAURU’ in Centre 2d orange Die II, SG #16, Cat £60. $40 4161 V A B1 1924-38 Ship Smooth Paper 10/- yellow, SG #39B, Cat £100. $100 4162 ** A 1984 Life in Nauru marginal set SG 303-14. (12) $10 NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4163 *** A 1872-73 No Text At Base 2½c+2½c violet with spaced dots, HG #3. $10 1877-79 New Design No Border 5c+5c blue on buff, text on 4164 *** A sides 1 & 4, HG #11a. $125 4165 *F A1881 Larger Format 5c blue on light blue, white back, HG #13, cancelled with double-circle ‘AMSTERDAM/8/JUL/81/7-8V’ (A1), slight staining to BLC. $5 4166 *F A 1908 Rosette By Sender 5c carmine on pale pink, HG #42. $5 NETHERLANDS | Commemorative Covers 4167 *V A 1930 Conference of the Hague double-circle ‘CONFERENCE DE LA HAYE/20.1.30.19/1929-1930’, cancelling 4c blue, 1½c magenta & ½c brown, on cover to Rotterdam with triple oval ‘BRITISH DELEGATION/THE HAGUE’ (A1), boxed ‘A675’ handstamp on reverse. $125 NETHERLANDS | Postal History 1917 use of 5c rose, cancelled with light Amsterdam double4168 *F B 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. $150 4169 *F B 1939 use of 2½c & 30c, cancelled with double-circle T ‘AMSTERDAM-S ANTHONIES BREESTRAAT/18XII.11/1939’ (B1) on registered insured cover to England, part of back missing. $90 NETHERLANDS | Flight Covers 4170 *F A1931 Graf Zeppelin Pommern Flight 75c green, 40c red & 10c red air on plain cover cancelled with double-circle ‘MAASTRICHT/30IV31/1931’ (B2), with ‘LUFTSCHIFF GRAF ZEPPELIN/[ship]/POMMERNFAHRT 1931’ (A1) cachet in green, also bearing double-circle ‘FRIEDRICHSHAFEN/3.5.31. 8-9/ *(Bodensee)b’ (A1), backstamped with double-circle ‘STETTIN=/3.5.31.5-6N/FLUGPLATZ’ (A1), odd toned spot. $100 NETHERLANDS ANTILLES | Postal History 4171 *F A 1981 use of 85+40c & 45+20c Child Welfare, cancelled with ‘ARUBA/30XI81-0/10’, on long air cover to Arawa, New Guinea. $15 NETHERLANDS INDIES 4172 F A 1864 Imperf William III 10c carmine 3 close/touching margins, SG #1, Cat £100, Soerabaija of 18.6.68. $80 4173 G A- B1 1870-88 William III Perf 14 Small Holes 2g50 green & purple, SG #7, Cat £18. $12 4174 V A A1 1870-88 William III Perf 12½x12 5c green, SG #31, cancelled with double-circle ‘WELTERVREDEN/11/7/886’ (A2). $5 4175 V A B1 1870-88 William III Perf 12½ Small Holes 10c orange-brown, SG #39. $6 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Official Stamps 4176 * A A1 1911 ‘DIENST’ Opt 50c lake-brown, SG #O203, Cat £14. $10 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postage Dues 4177 * A A1 1892-09 Numeral and ‘CENT’ in Black 40c carmine, SG #D108, Cat £20. $15 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1879 Bi-Lingual William III 7½c brown on cream, HG #5, 4178 *F Acancelled with double-circle ‘AMBARANA/14/8/1883’, also bearing ‘WELTEVREDEN/16/8/1883’ cds, ‘BREDA/25/ SEP/83/12-IN’ cds & ‘NED’ INDIE/OVER/BRINDISI’ handstamp, card has two small punctures. $35

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NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal History 4179 *F A 1940 use of 10c vermilion postcard, H&G #68, cancelled with double-circle ‘SEMARANG/29.4.40-4/+X+’ (A1), to Lisbon, Portugal, also bearing 2 heavy Lisbon cds & octagonal ‘[PASSED]/BY/CENSOR/[crown]/P.21’ (A2). $70 - use of 35c purple, cancelled with double-circle 4180 *F A ‘PROBOLINGGO/281040 12/+X+’ (B1), on airmail envelope to Basel, Switzerland, sealed at left with ‘DOOR CENSUUR GEOPEND’ tape & bearing straight-line ‘GEOCENSUURD/36’ (A1) in red. $70 1941 use of 1g purple, 42½c yellow & 2½c brown, cancelled with 4181 *F Adouble-circle ‘BANDOENG/13.1.41 9/+X+’ (B1) on plain air cover to South Bend, Indiana, sealed at right with ‘DOOR CENSUUR GEOPEND’ tape in black on brown laid paper, also bearing double-circle ‘CENSUUR/14.1.41 16/4’ (A1) & circular ‘DEV/1’ (A1-) in red, small closed tear at top, some light creasing. $100 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4182 S A A2 97: of Ponorogo on 1880s 5c Numerals. $10 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postmarks 4183 S A B4 Kotaradja: squared-circle ‘KOTARAD[JA]’ on 1880s 15c. $5 NEW CALEDONIA 4184 * A B1 1941 ‘France Libre’ Opts complete set of 35, SG #232-66, Cat £500, odd stamp has minor gum disturbances. $400 NEW GUINEA | ‘N.W./PACIFIC/ISLANDS’ Overprints | Postal History 4185 *F B 1916 use of 1d red KGV (b), cancelled with ‘RABAUL/20JA16/.’ (A1) to Sydney, straight-line ‘PASSED-BY-CENSOR’ (A1) on face, opened a little roughly. $150 1917 use of 1d red KGV (a), cancelled with poor ‘RABAUL/ 4186 *F B ?JE17/.’ (A1-) to Ascot Vale, fine ‘PASSED CENSOR/ 6JUN1917/RABAUL’ crowned oval (A1+) on face, Sydney machine backstamp of JE19, BLC misssing. $100 4187 *F C 1918 use of 1d red KGV (c), cancelled with light ‘RABAUL/ 28FE18/.’ to Brisbane, straight-line ‘PASSED CENSOR/ 5FEB1918/RABAUL’ crowned oval (sic - B1) on face, Sydney machine transit of MR12 also on face, stamp folded over when cover sealed and slit through when opened. $100 NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues 4188 * A B1 1932-34 Undated Birds 2/- dull lake, SG #186. $4 4189 * A A1 1932-34 Undated Birds ‘AIR/MAIL’ Overprints 6d bistrebrown, SG #197, bottom marginal single with part Ash imprint $4 NEW HEBRIDES (British) | Postage Dues 4190 * A- B1 1925 DLR Opts set of 5, SG #D1-5, Cat £150, moderate gum toning, 1d value has a toned perf. $100 NEW HEBRIDES (British) | Postal History 1950 philatelic use to USA of Australian Territories formular 4191 *F A Airletter, 30c with Vila cds of 9DEC50. $50 NEW HEBRIDES (French) 4192 * A B1 1949 UPU set of 4, SG #F77-80. $10 4193 ** A B1 1963-72 Pictorials 50c & 60c SG F119-20. $10 4194 F A B1 1972 Birds, Shells & Artifacts short set to 65c, SG #F173-80, Cat £12, 25c has rounded TRC. $6 NEW ZEALAND 4195 F A 1857-63 Chalon Imperf White Paper No Wmk 6d pale brown nearly 3-margins, SG #14, Cat £300. $100 4196 F B B1 1898 No Wmk Perf 12-16 5d purple-brown, SG #253a, Cat £19, 2 pinholes $6 4197 * A C2 1902-09 Pictorials Wmk Single NZ Perf 11 5d red-brown, SG #311, Cat £26, “dirty” gum. $16 4198 F A B1 1907-08 Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14x15 3d brown, SG #383, Cat £15. $12 4199 * A B1 1909-16 KEVII Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14 3d chestnut, SG #395. $40 4200 * A B1 1909-16 KEVII Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14x14½ 4d orange SG 396. $40 4201 F A B1 1909-16 KEVII Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14 5d brown, SG #397 $4 4202 ** A C1 1909 Coil Trial Stamps 1d Dominion (DLR) invalidated with 2 vertical thin lines. $25 4203 F A A1 1915-33 KGV Perf 14x15 1½d orange-brown, Wmk Single NZ/ Star, thick, opaque paper & white gum, SG #447a, Cat £75. $50 4204 * A A1 1929 Health 1d+1d scarlet SG 544. $15 4205 V A B1 1931-35 Airmails 3d chocolate P14x15, SG #548a, Cat £425. $200 4206 F A B1 1935-36 Pictorials Wmk 43 1/- Parson Bird, SG #567, Cat £13. $10 4207 ** A B1 1936-42 Pictorials Multiple Wmk 3/- chocolate & yellow-brown P12½, SG #590b, Cat £80. $50 4208 **/* A- A1 1938-44 KGVI Definitives 1d green Plate 30 block of 8 on fine vertical mesh, SG #606 (CP #M2c), 2 units hinged, same 2 units have small stain $20 4209 **/* A A1 - 1d green Plate 31 block of 8 on fine vertical mesh SG #606 (CP #M2c), 1 unit hinged $25 4210 **/* A A1 - 1d green Plate 119 block of 6 on coarse vertical mesh, SG #606 (CP #M2d), 2 units hinged. $5 4211 **/* A A1 - 1d green marginal block of 12 [plate 128] on coarse vertical mesh SG #606 (CP #M2d), units, 1/22 & 2/17 both with reentries. $12 4212 **/* A A1 - 3d blue marginal block of 6 [plate 139] on coarse vertical mesh SG #609 (CP #M7a), unit 2/12 with retouched right epaulette etc CP #MV7c(f). $15 4213 **/* A A1 1947-52 KGVI Definitives 1/3d red-brown & blue Frame 1b marginal block of 8, SG #687 (CP #M14b), unit 13/5 with Die Ia retouch CP #MVF14b(b). $30


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NEW ZEALAND | Postage Dues 1948 Otago 3d purple in BLC block of 4 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & ‘2’ plate number, SG #694. $4 4257 F A- B2 1899 Type II Large D 2d vermilion & green, SG #D11, couple of short perfs. 4215 **/* A A1 1950 Surcharge on Arms 1½d on carmine BRC block of 10, SG $6 #700 CP #M17a, unit 4/10 with broken fraction bar, black sheet 4258 F A B1 1899 Type II Small D 2d vermilion & green, SG #D15. $6 number. $20 NEW ZEALAND | Revenues 4216 **/* A A1 - 1½d on blank carmine BRC block of 6, SG #700 CP #M17a, 4259 F A B1 Social Security: 1941 opt £1, Barefoot 67. $4 with carmine sheet number. $16 4217 ** A A1 1953 Royal Visit 4d deep ultramarine, SG #722, in BRC block NEW ZEALAND | First Day Covers of 4 with Waterlow imprint & plate number ‘45985’. 1971 One Ton Cup set of 2 on plain air cover cancelled at $4 4260 *V B Oneroa, SG #950-1, large tear in back. 4218 **/* A A1 1953-59 QEII Definitives 1d orange, SG #724, in BRC block of $4 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘31’, 2 units 1972 Vintage Cars, Anniversaries & Lakes First Day Covers, 4261 *F A hinged. unaddressed, Cat £12½. $8 $6 1948 Centennial of Otago set of 4 on registered cover to 4219 ** A B1 - 3d vermilion Die Ia-1b counter-coil pair ‘9.’ reading down, SG 4262 *F A #727, CP #NC1(g). Australia, cancelled with ‘DUNEDIN C.A./23FE48 9-A.M/ $20 REGISTERED’ (A1). 4220 ** A B1 - 3d vermilion Die Ib counter-coil pair ‘14’ reading up, SG #727, $10 CP #NC1(d). $30 NEW ZEALAND | Maximum Cards 4221 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, 4263 *F A 1953 Royal Visit 3d & 4d tied to individual cards by Ferry Road Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘8’, 2 units hinged. $8 cds’s 23DE53, being date of Arrival of QEII in NZ, scarce early 4222 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, maxim cards. (2) $50 Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘22’, 2 units hinged. $8 NEW ZEALAND | Postal History 4223 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, 1905 use of PPC ‘The Sanatorium Hanmer’ to Scotland with 1d Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘28’, 2 units hinged. $8 4264 *F A Universal tied Marton Squared circle 27 NO 05 with Wellington 4224 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, TPO Inwards NO 27 05 cds, nice card. $45 Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘33’, 2 units hinged. $30 1950s use of ½d orange-brown KGVI on KGVI 1d yellow-green 4265 *F A 4225 ** A B1 - 3d vermilion Die Ia-1b counter-coil pair ‘19’ (type c) reading up, on heavy brown paper wrapper (H&G#E17), cancelled with SG #727, CP #NC3(e). $100 Epsom machine of 18MR195?, to Wellington. $30 4226 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, Wmk Inverted, SG #727w, in booklet pane of 6, 2 units hinged. $5 NEW ZEALAND | Flight Covers 4227 **/* A A1 - 1/- black & carmine plate 1B2B block of 10, SG #732, CP 4266 *V A 1932 Hokitika - Nelson 5d on 3d green cancelled by #N10a, unit 6/10 is pre-flaw state CP #NCV5(a). $15 ‘HOKITIKA/20JA32.1PM/N.Z’ to air cover bearing boxed ‘AIR 4228 **/* A A1 - 1/- black & carmine-red, Die I, SG #732, in BRC block of 4 with MAIL - FIRST FLIGHT/WELLINGTON - WEST COAST, S.I./ plate number red ‘1A’, black ‘1A’, 1 unit hinged. $12 [biplane]/BY AIR FROM HOKITIKA./20th JANUARY. 1932.’ in 4229 **/* A A1 - 1/6d black & bright blue, SG #733, in BRC block of 4 with plate cyan, backstamped with ‘NELSON/20JA32.5PM/N.Z’. [502 number blue ‘1B’, black ‘2B’, 1 unit hinged. $20 covers flown.] $25 4230 **/* A C1 - 1/9d black & red-orange white paper TRC block of 4 ‘£14’ sheet 4267 *F A 1940 New Zealand - Canton Island airmail cover franked with value obliterated, SG #733c, CP #N12b. $25 1/- Parson bird & 6d Harvesting cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND 4231 ** A A1 1955 Stamp Centenary 2d sepia & deep green, SG #739, BLC C.1./10AM/19JUL/1940/N.Z’ machine, bearing boxed ‘NEW block of 12 (6x2) with DLR imprint & plate number ‘1B1B’, ZEALAND-U.S.A./AIR MAIL SERVICE/VIA NEW CALEDONIA, vertical fold along perf lines. $5 CANTON IS./AND HAWAII’ (A1-) in purple, NZAC #215b, 4232 **/* A A1 1955-59 Redrawn QEII Definitives 1d orange, SG #745, in backstamped with ‘CANTON ISLAND,/JUL/20/A.M./1940/ BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘12’, CANTON ISLAND.’ (A1-) $25 1 unit hinged. $6 4268 *F A 1940 New Zealand - New Caledonia airmail cover franked with 4233 **/* A A1 - 1d orange, SG #745, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, 1/- Parson bird cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND C.1./10AM/19JUL/ Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘13’, 1 unit hinged. $7 1940/N.Z’ machine, bearing boxed ‘NEW ZEALAND-U.S.A./AIR 4234 ** A A1 - 2d bluish green, SG #747, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, MAIL SERVICE/VIA NEW CALEDONIA, CANTON IS./AND Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘3.’. $8 HAWAII’ (A1) in purple, NZAC #215a, backstamped with double4235 **/* A- A1 - 2d bluish green, SG #747a, in white paper BRC block of 4 with circle ‘NOUMEA/*2/20 7/40/NELLE CALEDONIE’ (B1) & ‘1st Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘3.’, 1 unit hinged, couple COURRIER/PAN-AMERICAN AIRWAYS/NOUMEA of small tone spots at top edge. $20 NlleCALEDONIE’ (A1) cachet. $25 4236 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, white paper, SG #748b, in BLC block of 6 with 1947 Canada - New Zealand BCPA First Flight cover franked 4269 *V A Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘19’, 1 unit hinged. $10 with 50c Lumber. $20 4237 **/* A A1 - 4d blue, SG #749, in BRC block of 4 with Bradbury, Wilkinson 4270 *F A 1950 Christchurch - Sydney centennial 2d x2 & 1d cancelled imprint & plate number ‘16’, 2 units hinged. $25 with ‘CHRISTCHURCH/20DE50 1230AM/N.Z’ (A1) on cover 4238 **/* A A1 - 6d purple, SG #750, Cat £57+, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, with boxed ‘1850 CANTERBURY Centennial 1950/[plane]/ Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘2’, 1 unit hinged. $40 FIRST DIRECT AIR MAIL CHRISTCHURCH - SYDNEY’, AAMC 4239 ** A- A1 1956 Southland Centennial 3d sepia, SG #753, in BLC block of #1264. $10 8 with DLR imprint & plate no ‘1B’, vertical fold along perf lines. $5 NEW ZEALAND | Military Postmarks 4240 **/* A A1 1957 Plunkett Society 3d bright carmine-red, SG #760, BRC 4271 * B C2 R.N.Z.A.F. poor ‘R.N.Z.A.F./11DE45/C/N.Z.A.P.O.’ (Henderson block of 4 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no ‘2’, 2 units Field, Guadalcanal - LRD) on stampless OAS cover to New hinged $5 Zealand, poor boxed censor handstamp in BLC. $30 4241 **/* A B1 1958 Surcharges 2d and 3¾mm dot on 1½d brown-lake (no stars) plate ‘8’ imprint block of 6, SG #763a CP #N40a. $6 NEW ZEALAND | Postmarks 4242 ** A A1 1958 Nelson Centennial 3d red, SG #767, BLC block of 4 with 4272 S A A2 Awakino: type A ‘N.Z/[A]WAKINO/[?]9DE22/I’ on 2d orangeBradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘1’. $4 yellow KGV PO 1/10/1889; closed c.1988. $5 4243 ** A A1 1960 Westland Centennial 3d orange, SG #779, BLC block of 4273 S A A2 Berwick: type A ‘N.Z/BERWICK/20OC2[?]/A’, on 1d dominion. 9 with Harrison imprint & plate number ‘4.’ $6 [Rated 3] PO 8/4/1878; closed 23/9/1960. $8 4244 **/* A A1 1960-66 Definitives ½d Manuka, SG #781, block of 6 with 4274 S A- A2 Cambridge: squared-circle ‘N.Z/CAMBRIDGE/29NO20’, on 2d Chambon perforations $20 orange-yellow KGV, light vertical crease. PO 8/9/1864. $10 4245 ** A A1 - 2d Kowhai-Ngutu-Kaka, SG #783, BLC block of 8 with DLR 4275 S A B2 Feilding: squared-circle ‘N.Z/FEILDING/3DE00/[?]’, on 2d imprint & plate number ‘2112’. $16 purple. [Rated 6] PO 1/10/1874. $15 4246 ** A- A1 - 2½d Titoki, SG #784, in BLC block of 12 with Harrison imprint 4276 S A- A2 Geraldine: type B ‘GERALD[INE]/*/3PM/21DE10/N.Z’, on 1d & plate numbers ‘3B2B2B2B’, some toning to top edge. $8 dominion pair. [Rated 3] PO 1/1/1868. $5 4247 ** A A1 - 4d Puarangi, SG #786, BLC block of 8 with DLR imprint & plate 4277 S A- A2 Government Buildings: type B ‘GOVERNMENT numbers ‘1111’, 3rd unit, bottom row shows deformed A in ZEAL. $20 BUILDINGS/NZ/29NO/07/WELLIN[GTON]’, on 4d blue & brown, 4248 ** A A1 1967 Decimal Currency 10c timber, SG #855, BLC block of 8 rough perfs. [Rated 6] TO c.-/5/1867; PO 1/7/1907; closed 7/5/1976. $30 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A1A’, C&P #OD11a, Cat 4278 S B A2+ Waipu: ‘N.Z/WAIPU/28OC96/A’ on 1/- sideface (thinned). NZ$27.50. $14 [Rated 3] PO 14/6/1858; closed 12/5/1989. $8 4249 V A B1 1967-70 Pictorials SG 870-9, Cat £22. (11) $16 NEWFOUNDLAND 4250 ** A A1 1968 Armed Forces set of 3, SG #884-6, in BLC blocks of 6 with 4279 F A B1 1865 Thin Yellowish Paper 10c black SG 27 Cat £ 75. $65 DLR imprints & plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A1A’, C&P #S109-11, 4280 F A B1 1876-79 Rouletted 1c lake-purple Type II, SG #40, Cat £48. $25 Cat NZ$52.50, each block autographed by designer L. C. Mitchell. $75 4281 ** A B1 1937 Coronation Pictorials 24c light blue Bell Island Comb P13 right marginal block of 4, SG #265d, Cat £128, hinged in margin 4251 ** A A1 1973-76 Definitives - No Wmk 15c fish hook, SG #1018, in BLC only, small gum fault on 1 unit. $130 block of 6 with Harrison imprint & ‘1A1A1A’ plate numbers. $20 4252 ** A B1 1974 Commonwealth Games 23c Bowling plate ‘1A1A1A1A’ NIGER (French) imprint block of 6, (CP #S181a6, Cat $16.50). $7 4282 F A A1 1981 Christmas set of 3, Sc #569-71. $3 4253 ** A 1979 Collectors Pack as issued by NZ Post. $15 NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE 4254 ** A 1984 New Zealand Stamp Collection New Zealand Post 4283 * A- B1 1897-98 QV Crown/CA ½d green P15½-16, SG #66c, Cat £12, Official collectors book, all stamps included, SG #1327-56, Cat hinge remainder. $8 £15. $6 NIGERIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes NEW ZEALAND | Official Stamps 1948 KGVI 6d brown air letter, HG #FG1, cancelled with poor 4284 *F A 4255 ** A B1 1936-61 ‘Official’ Overprint, Wmk Multi NZ/Star 9d red & greydouble-circle of 23MR49, to Ohio, USA. $6 black, SG #O129, Cat £80. $55 NIGERIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes (Official) NEW ZEALAND | Life Insurance 1949? red ‘Official/Paid’ O.H.M.S. air letter ‘For use within 4285 *** A4256 F A- B1 1891-98 Lighthouse Life Insurance With ‘VR’ 2d brown-red, Nigeria only.’, small tear on flap. $30 Wmk NZ & Star (7mm), SG #L3b, Cat £16, toned BLC. $10 4214 **/* A A1


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 NIGERIA | Postal History 4286 *F A1951 use of 2d scarlet KGVI pair, cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON, D.C.27/JUL25/430PM/1951’ (A1) machine, on New Method Finance Corp printed cover, backflap removed.

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1937 use of 45ø grey-blue airmail pair, cancelled with ‘OSLO/16.6.37.13-16/Br.’ (A1-) machine, on Gulbranson air cover to Cape Town, South Africa, backstamped with doublecircle ‘BERLIN-ZENTRALFLUGHAFEN/17.6.37-11/a’ (A1), worn top edge. 1945 use of 50ø blue & 35ø violet, cancelled with double-circle ‘SPIND/3.9.45/*’ (C2), on PAA Airmail envelope to Cape Town, South Africa.

$10 4337 *F A 1903 Overprints 3d yellow-brown, opt ‘NIUE/Tolu e Pene.’ in blue, SG #13, greyed paper. $5 $10 4288 * A B2 - 3d yellow-brown, opt ‘NIUE/Tolu e Pene.’ in blue, SG #13 $5 NYASALAND 4289 W A D3 1911 Surcharges ½d Mt Cook, SG 17, with poor ‘ULTRAMAR’ specimen opt in blue. $30 4338 F B B1 1921-33 Wmk Multi Script CA 5/- green & yellow on red, SG #112, Cat £75, cancelled with Blantyre double-circle of 2.5.30, 1925-27 Pictorials 4d plate proof essay in pale brown marginal 4290 W A diagonal crease $30 block of 4. $100 4291 ** A B1 1950 Pictorials 1d brown & blue-green, SG #114, in TRC block NYASALAND | Postal History of 4 with ‘10/-’ marginal inscription in blue-green. $10 4339 *F A1930 use of 2d grey KGV, cancelled with double-circle ‘LILONGWE/5JUN30??/NYASALAND (B1), to England, minor NORFOLK ISLAND creasing. $30 4292 * A A1 1947-59 Ball Bay toned paper set SG 1-12. (12) $9 4293 * A A1 - 3d emerald-green, SG #6a, Cat £13. $8 OIL RIVER PROTECTORATE 4294 ** A 1956 Pitcainers set SG 19-20. (2) $6 4340 V A B1 1892-94 2d grey-green & carmine, SG #3, cancelled with 4295 * A- A1 1960-62 Pictorials 10/- emerald-green with SPECIMEN opt, SG ‘SOMBREIRO RIVER/C/FE6/94’ (A2 - extremely rare rated #36s, Cat £42, some toning at left. $20 2500 by Proud). $160 4296 * A B1 1960 Surcharges set of 3, SG #37-9. $15 ORANGE RIVER COLONY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1967-68 Ships 1c to $1 excluding 2c & 15c in BRC plate number 4297 ** A 1902 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #36, cancelled with doubleblocks of 9, SG #77,79-84,86-90. (12 blks) $50 4341 *F A circle ‘P.O.WINBURG/26OCTB03/O.R.C’ (A1). $20 4298 ** A- A1 - 2c sheet number block of 10, SG #78, with additional angled perfs in top margin, small defect in left margin, curious. $15 PAKISTAN | Postal History 4299 ** A A1 1970-71 Birds 3c - 45c values (11) in corner blocks of 4 with 4342 *F A1957 use of 3a blue airmail envelope, uprated with 8a brown & sheet numbers, SG #105-15, Cat £110. $75 1a carmine-pink, cancelled with double-circle ‘RAWALPINDI 4300 ** A 1973-75 Architecture set SG 133-148. (16) $9 ARSENAL/11FEB57/2.30PM/’ (C1), to London, also bearing 4301 F A A1 1974 Captain Cook set of 4, SG #152-5, cto. $5 poor ‘???.S.AIR.SET-?/T’ (C2). $5 4302 ** A 1974 UPU M/S, SG #162, Cat £20. $20 4343 *F A- use of 14a green, cancelled with poor double-circle of 4303 ** A A1 1978 Cook’s Northernmost Voyage set of 2 in marginal blocks 3FEB[57], on cover by air to London, o/o for display. $5 of 10, SG #213-4. $10 4344 *F A- use of 2a red x7, cancelled with double-circle ‘HIRABAD 4304 ** A 1982 Philip And Nepean Islands set in se-tenant strips SG QUARTERS/28MAR57/HYDERABAD SIND’ (A2), on airmail 274a & 279a. (10) $4 cover to London, tatty left edge $5 4305 F A A1 1982 Whales set of 3, SG #284-6, cto. $3 4345 *F A1962 use of 12a green airmail envelope, uprated with 13pa 4306 F A A1 1983 World Communications Year set of 4, SG #314-7, cto. $3 purple & 2pa red, cancelled with double-circle ‘NICHOLSON 4307 F A A1 1984 Ausipex set of 3 & minisheet, SG #343-6, cto. $6 ROAD/2JUN62/+ LAHORE +’ (B1), to London. $6 4308 F A A1 1985 Royal Show set of 2 & minisheet, SG #371-3, cto. $4 4309 F A A1 1986 QEII set of 4, SG #389-92, cto. $3 PALESTINE | Postal History 1939 use of 100m turquoise-blue, 20m olive-green & 13m bistre, 4310 F A A1 1987 Settlement set of 4, SG #421-4, cto. $6 4346 *F Acancelled with oval ‘REGISTERED/B/18DE39/JERUSALEM’, on 4311 F A A1 1988 First Settlement set of 6, SG #438-43, cto. $8 registered air cover to Sydney, NSW, sealed at right with ‘PC 4312 F A A1 1989 Insects set of 4, SG #456-9, cto. $4 22./J. No 8/OPENED BY/CENSOR.’ label in red on pink with 4313 V A A1 1989 Self Government & Christmas sets in CTO’d pairs. $8 hexagonal ‘PALESTINE./PASSED BY/CENSOR/J.3’ (A1-) in 4314 F A A1 1990 History set of 2, SG #477-8, cto. $5 purple, backstamped with oval ‘REGISTERED/20DE39/HAIFA’ 4315 F A A1 1990 First Generation Islanders set of 2, SG #503-4, cto. $4 (A1-), ‘TIBERIAS/B/21DE/39’ (A1-) & ‘WILLIAM STREET/6A 4316 F A A1 1991 Christmas set of 4, SG #518-21, cto. $4 3JA40/N.S.W.’ (A1-). $60 4317 F A A1 1992 Battle of Midway set of 3, SG #531-3, cto. $5 1948 use of 20m olive-green x2 & 10m slate-grey, cancelled with 4318 F A A1 1993 Emergency Services set of 4, SG #546-9, cto. $5 4347 * A poor ‘TEL-AVIV/7/14AP/48’, on air cover to Pyrmont, NSW. $20 4319 F A A1 1994 Pacific Explorers set of 12 & minisheet, SG #562-74, cto. $15 4320 F A A1 1995 Butterfly Fish set of 4, SG #591-4, cto. $5 PANAMA | Postal History 4321 F A A1 1996 Skinks & Geckos se-tenant strip of 4, SG #611-4, cto. $3 4348 *G A1947 use of 10c red Air, 2c red arms x2 & ½c orange opt. 4322 F A A1 1996 Tourism set of 4, SG #624-7, Cat £10.50, cto. $8 cancelled by poor purple double-circle of ENE22/1947 on air 4323 F A A1 1997 Annual Festivals set of 3, SG #653-5, cto. $3 cover to Argentina endorsed “$eñorita” at top left with boxed 4324 F A A1 1998 Tasmania Circumnavigation stamp & minisheet, SG ‘CERTIFICADO’ (A1) in blue & light boxed ‘R Agencia Postal #683-4, cto. $3 Colon/SERVICIO AEREO/No__’ (B1) handstamp in purple, 4325 F A A1 1999 Roses set of 3 & minisheet, SG #703-6, cto. $3 some creasing. $20 NORFOLK ISLAND | Postal Stationery PAPUA 4326 *F A 1986 The Pitcainers: 33c PSE with Norfolk Island cds 22 MY 86 4349 * A A1 1934 British Protectorate set of 4, SG #146-9, Cat £14. $12 and Norfolk Island Ameripex 86 Pictorial cancel 22MAY 1986. $5 PAPUA | Official Stamps Lettercard: 1953 Stampless Territories Lettercard with 4d Ball 4327 *** A Bay affixed, unused. $60 4350 F A B1 1931-32 Overprinted ‘OS’ ½d myrtle & apple-green, SG #O55, CTO. $4 NORFOLK ISLAND | First Day Covers PAPUA | Postal History 4328 *F A 1959 Birth of Post Office 5d on 4d tied to illustrated FDC by 1939 use of Pictorials ½d, 1d, & 1½d plus 2d Air on air cover to Norfolk Island cds 7DE59. $15 4351 *F B Sydney, cancelled with ‘SAMARAI/14DE39/PAPUA’ (B1), some 1994 Boobook Owl strip of 5 tied to illustrated Official FDC, 4329 *F A toning around perfs. $110 unaddressed. $8 PAPUA | Postmarks NORWAY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4352 S B A2 Tahira: ‘TAHIRA/30OC26/P[AP]UA’ on 1½d Bicolour (tone 4330 *F B 1891-92 One Word Heading, No Border 5ø green, ‘Adressen’ spots). [Lee #93; rated D] PO 18/12/1925; closed 31/10/1926. $50 with capital A, HG #39, cancelled with poor Trondhjem doublecircle & bearing ‘BERGEN/13-11-1895/TUR/*3*’ (C1) arrival, PAPUA NEW GUINEA (Australian Stamps) some hinge remnants on reverse. $5 4353 * A Port Moresby: 2½d scarlet KGVI, cancelled with ‘PO[RT 1912 10ø carmine, bilingual heading, senders address at top 4331 *F A MORES]BY/23MY50/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ (A2-), on cover to left, HG #58, cancelled with double-circle ‘FREDRIKSTA[D]/9Brisbane, QLD. $12 12VIII[18]/*’ (B2). $5 PAPUA NEW GUINEA (Australian Stamps) | Postal History NORWAY | Commemorative Covers 1951 use of 5½d Emu cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY/ 4354 * A 1982 World Champion Speed Skating ‘JUNIOR NM 4332 *F A 17MR51/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on cover to Brisbane, Qld. $15 SKØYTER ALL ROUND 1982/[skater emblem]/6.2.1982/2300 PAPUA NEW GUINEA HAMAR’ (A1), cancelling 1.40 Kr violet & 1.10 Kr brown, on large unaddressed cover featuring printed autographs of 24 World 4355 F A A1 1952-58 Pictorials complete set of 16, SG #1-15, Cat £27. $20 Champion Skiers. $15 4356 * A B1 1957-58 Pictorials 1957 surcharges and 1958 Pictorials 4d, 7d, 1/7d & 5/-, SG #16-24, Cat £30+, 1/7d is marginal single hinged NORWAY | Postal History in margin only, 7d surcharge has disturbed gum. (6) $25 4333 *F B 1906 use of 5ø green, cancelled with ‘KRISTIANIA/25.12.06.54357 * A A1 1958-60 Pictorials 1/7d Cattle SG 22. $30 8F/***’ (A1) machine, on black & white PPC of ‘DRONNING $10 MAUD’, closed tear. $4 4358 F A A1 1966 Butterflies set of 12, SG #82-92, Cat £25, $2 is cto. 4359 V A A1 1968-69 Shells set, SG 137-51. (15) $10 1916 use of 5ø green, cancelled with double-circle 4334 *F B 4360 ** A A1 - $2 corner pair. $20 ‘FOLLERØEN/16IX16/*’ (B1), on black & white PPC of 4361 F A- A1 - $2 Conus gloriamaris, SG #151. $4 ‘Katnosasceteren Nordmarken’ (a farm house or lumber yard in 4362 ** A A1 1969 Orchids set SG 159-62. (4) $4 a forest), to Kobenhavn, Denmark, hinge remnants on picture 1974 Royal Visit New Issue Notification for Stamp News with 2 side & some light toning. $5 4363 ** A photographic reproductions of the issue & some technical 1925 use of 15ø blue, 10ø green, 3ø orange & 2ø yellow-brown, 4335 *F A details. $15 cancelled with double-circle ‘NORDKAP/30VII25/+’ (B1), on 4364 * A A1 1974 Birds set of 3. (3) $6 black & white Bergenske S/S Company PPC of ‘Fra Meraak’ to Dover, England. $30 4365 ** A A1 1977 Fauna Conservation set of 5 in BLC blocks of 4, SG #333-7. $8 NIUE 4287 *

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Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 1985 Ceremonial Structures set of 4 in vertical pairs, SG #4969.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | First Day Covers 1964-65 Birds of Paradise complete set on 3 WCS FDCs (2 4367 *F A registered) with typed addresses. 1968 Human Rights & Sufferage set of 4 on unaddressed 4368 *V A illustrated cover, cancelled with ‘MOUNT HAGEN/26FE68/ PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’. 4369 *V A 1976 Scouting & First Survey Flight set of 4 on unaddressed illustrated FDC, cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 18.8.76. 1977 Silver Jubilee set of 3 on unaddressed illustrated FDC 4370 *V A cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 16.3.77. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Commemorative Covers 4371 *V A A1 1973 Western District Show ‘WESTERN DISTRICT SHOW/ [map]/DARU·PNG 15·9·73’ on 7c Coastal Village on unaddressed souvenir cover. 4372 *V A A1 1973 Morobe Show ‘MOROBE SHOW/[dancer]/LAE/PNG/2021/10/73’ on 7c Shell on unaddressed souvenir cover.

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postal History 4373 *F A

1954 Stampless long OHMS Registered cover to Tasmania with SERVICE DES POSTES handstamp in violet together with Registered Port Moresby cds 5MY54 and Momote Registration label overstamped Port Moresby in violet.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postmarks 4374 * A A1 Boroko: ‘BOROKO/2/12JA72/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ (first day), on 7c fishing on PPS cover to Kew, Vic. PO 20/6/1957. 4375 * A B1 - light ‘RELIEF NO8/24FE77/T.P. & N.G.’ on 25t Kapkaps x2 on registered cover to West Launceston, Tas, with straight-line ‘PRINTED MATTER’ (B1) in purple, backstamped with ‘LAUNCESTON/30MAR1977/TAS. 7250’ (A1-) in red. 4376 * A A1 Buin: ‘BUIN/28JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. 4377 * A A2 Buka Passage: ‘BUKA PASSAGE/12JA48/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 2d, 5½d & 5d on slightly reduced large air cover to Burns Phip (sic) Sydney. Renamed from Cape Torokino PO 27/8/ 4378 * A A1 4379 * A A14380 * A A1 4381 * A A1 4382 * A A1 4383 * A A14384 * A B1

4385 * A A1 4386 * A A14387 * A A1

1946; renamed Sohano PO 27/3/1949.

Bulae: ‘BULAE/31JA74/T.P. & N.G.’ (closing day), on 7c GRI on unaddressed envelope. PO 18/1/1965; closed 31/1/1974. Bwagaoia: ‘BWAGAOIA/24JA69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ (G&H #BW-3) on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 19/8/1946. Daru: ‘DARU/13OC69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Tito Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 30/10/1945. Dogura: ‘DOGURA/3AU67/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Insect on cover to Lae. PO 6/10/1965. Esa’Ala: ‘ESA’ALA/17JA69/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Human Rights on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 16/5/1951. Goroka: ‘GOROKA/6DE49/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on Australian 2½d red KGVI on cover to Madang endorsed “URGENT”. PO 3/2/1947. Kainantu: ‘KAINANTU/25JY69/T.P. & N.G.’ (A1- backstamp) on 30c Shell on cover to North Balwyn, Vic, with red & black registration label & boxed ‘RECOMMANDE’ (A1) in puple. PO 20/5/1953.

- ‘KAINANTU/25JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Kairuku: ‘KAIRUKU/1JE70/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Butterfly on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 25/2/1946; closed 29/4/ 1991.

$35

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Keravat: ‘KERAVAT/28FE69/T.P.&N.G.’ on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 8/9/1964. A A1 Lae: ‘LAE/?49/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5½d Emu on air cover to Goroka. PO 1/3/1946. A- A1- Lorengau: ‘LORENGAU/22SE67/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’ on 4c & 1c Higher Education on cover to North Balwyn, Vic, slight toning at top. Renamed from Manus PO 18/1/1951. A A1 Mount Hagen: ‘MOUNT HAGEN/25OC69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. A Rabaul: 1948 cover with Australian 5½d Emu tied by Rabaul of 5MR48. PO 24/6/1946. A- A2 - ‘RABAUL/13FE48/PAPUA-N[EW] GUINEA’ on 2/- Roo on slightly reduced large cover to Burns Philp Sydney.

$30

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Registration Labels 4393 Lorengau: type 3 red & black label x2 (1 with seriffed numbers, 1 with sans-serif numbers).

$4

4388 * 4389 * 4390 * 4391 * 4392 *

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PITCAIRN ISLANDS 4394 * A A1 1971 Polynesian Pitcairn set of 4, SG #116-9. 4395 ** A 1978 Silver Jubilee M/S, SG #188. 4396 ** A 1978 Bounty Day M/S, SG #188. 4397 ** A B1 1989 Pitcairn Bicentenary 6x20c SG 335-40, 6x90c SG 341-46 both in sheetlets plus M/S SG 347. 4398 ** A 1989 Mutiny on the Bounty M/S SG 347.

$16 $5

PITCAIRN ISLANDS | First Day Covers 1980 QM 80th Birthday 50c QM, tied by Adamstown Pitcairn 4399 *V A Islands FDI cancel, on unaddressed embossed illustrated official ornate FDC.

$5

PITCAIRN ISLANDS | Postal History 4400 *F A 1983 First Airdrop Norfolk Island Pitcairners PSE cancelled FDC on Norfolk Island with additional Pitcairn Island adhesive cancelled Pitcairn 21 FE 83 with First Airdrop Pitcain Island cachet in violet at left.

$20

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POLAND | Postal History 1888 use of German 10pf red, cancelled with ‘JAUER/4 9/88/104401 *V A 11V’ (A1) on cover to Langenbielau, Prison Directors seal on back. $100 POLAND | Postmarks 4402 * A A1 Freudenthal: double-circle ‘a FREUDENTHAL/30/I/6-7/06/IN SCHLESIEN’ on 5h Postal Card to Vienna. $10 POLAND | Post Offices in the Levant 4403 * 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. $250 PORTUGAL | Postal History 4404 *V A 1944 use of 2$ Caravelle on Avis de Rèception card to Warsaw for a food parcel from the Portuguese Red Cross. $170 PORTUGUESE INDIA | Postal History 1939 use of 6r green & 2t orange, cancelled with ‘CORREIOS & 4405 *F A TELEGRAFOS/ES AD/DA/INDIA/14DEZ.39/MARDOL’ (A2) & double-circle ‘CORREIO/14DEC.3920/NOVA-GOA’ (A1), to England, with ‘[arms] OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in red. $125 REUNION 4406 * A C2 1891 Surcharges ‘02c’ on 20c red/green one normal (creased), one with c high and one with c low, SG #29, Cat £11+. (3) $8 RHODESIA 4407 W B B1 1897 Scroll Between Legs 6d dull purple & pink, SG #71, perforated ‘25/1/07’, a little toning. $5 4408 * A B1 1898-1908 Numeral Value Arms 3d claret, SG #81. $5 4409 G A B1 1910-13 Double Heads Perf 14 4d black & orange, SG #140. $15 4410 V A 1913-22 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 1d rosine, SG #196, with penny flaw on left 1. $20 4411 * A- A1 1913-22 Admirals Single Plate Perf 15 Cream Paper 1½d bistre-brown block of 4, all Die 2, SG #206, Cat £140, minor faults. $100 4412 F A A1 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 14 2d black & grey, SG #219. $4 4413 * A- B1 - 1/- black & greenish blue, SG #232, Cat £60, gum disturbance. $40 4414 F A- A2 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 15 2/6d indigo & grey-brown, SG #249, Cat £80, cancelled with doublecircle Livingstone of 31DEC1913, couple of small lightly toned spots. $35 4415 F A A1 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die III Perf 14 Cream Paper 2d black & grey (Pos 36 or 46 - alpha), SG #257. $7 4416 F A B1 - 4d black & orange-red, SG #261. $4 4417 F A B1 - 6d black & reddish-mauve, SG #265. $6 4418 F A- B2 - 8d mauve & dull blue-green, SG #267, Cat £55, pulled perf at base. $25 4419 V A B1 - 1/- black & pale blue-green, SG #272. $5 4420 F B A2 - 5/- deep blue & blue-green White shoulder, SG #275, Cat £60, quite a few toned perfs. $60 4421 F A- A1 - 5/- deep blue & blue-green, SG #275, Cat £60, light central tone spot. $25 4422 F A B1 1922-24 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 White Paper ½d dull green, SG #282. $5 4423 * A- B1 1922-24 P14 KGV Admiral Die III 5/- deep blue & bright-green, SG #307, Cat £120, with ‘BSA/C’ perfin, some very slight toning. $50 4424 * A A1 1965 ITU set of 3, SG #351-3. $5 RHODESIA | Military & Censor Mail 4425 *F B 1972 commercial cover with boxed ‘OC “C” COY 10 BR/PO BOX 22, GWELO’ handstamp, 2½c with Wankie machine cancel. $15 RHODESIA | Postmarks double-circle ‘GATOOMA/ 4426 S A A2 Gatooma: 12AUG1912/S.RH[ODESI]A’ (#D4) on 1d double head. [Rated 40 by Proud] $6 RHODESIA & NYASALAND 4427 F A A1 1964 QEII Pictorials short set to 5/-, SG #92-103. $5 ROSS DEPENDENCY | First Day Covers 1957 Pictorials set of 4 on long official souvenir cover with 4428 *F A penguin. $10 RUMANIA 4429 F A A1 1907 Welfare set of 4, Mi #208-11, Cat €15. $10 RUSSIA - IMPERIAL | Postal History 4430 *F A 1892 use of 7k blue on buff (H&G #B42) envelope uprated with 3k red & 10k blue, cancelled with poor 16 Jan 1892 cds, backstamped with ‘S. REMO/|/2·92/7?/??MAURIZ?’ (B2). $100 1917 use of 70k red-brown & orange, imperf 1r red-brown & 4431 *G B lilac-carmine x2 & 10k on 7k blue (Mi#76IIb,77Bxb&115), cancelled with double-circle Moscow of 8.11.17, on slightly water damaged very large format Moscow registered front to Paris. $60 1919 use of 20k red & blue & 15k blue & red-brown arms, 4432 *F Acancelled with cyrillic Ussurick cds of 4.5.19 on small envelope to California bearing ‘Opened/by/Censor’ label with light 3 line censor handstamp in purple & with circled ‘T’ (A1) & straight-line ‘Postage due _”14”_ cents’ (A1) in purple, slightly reduced at both ends. $175 4433 *F A- use of 15k Arms pair cancelled on 14.2.19 on cover to USA, ‘Opened/by/Censor No 4.’ tape at left tied by indistinct censor handstamp. $150 RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) 4434 * A Year Albums soft-covered presentation album with Mi #,171820,1731-6,1742-3,1764-79. $10 4435 V A 1955 Savitsky 40k x4 in minisheet, brown-orange inscription, Mi #Block 15 III, Cat €45. $25


Auction 106 - 10:00am Sunday 14th November 2010 RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4436 *F A 1990 5k light blue envelope featuring general uprated with 20k brown & 30k grey-blue, cancelled with Moscow machine of 16■7■2. RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | First Day Covers 1960 Winter Olympics set tied to illustrated FDC’s (2), 4437 *F A unaddressed.

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SIERRA LEONE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4467 *** A1881-83 QV With Frame 1½d+1½d grey, unframed, some light toning.

$12

$15 SIERRA LEONE | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1902 2d blue size g, HG #C2a, cancelled on 13JU10, flap sealed 4468 *G A with wax. $10 SINGAPORE 4469 * A A1 1977 Shells & Fish set to $10 SG 289-301 Cat £24. (13) 4470 ** A 1980 Ships Definitive set SG 364-76. (13)

$15 $30

SINGAPORE | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1954 ‘BY AIR MAIL’ in Scroll 25c deep yellow & 5c red, 2 4471 *F A instruction lines on back, HG #FG4, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/20NOV54-1030AM’ (B1), CTO.

$50

RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal History 1955 use of stampless ‘MEZHDUNARODNAJA KNIGA’ printed 4438 *F B envelope, cancelled with ‘CCP/221155/Г.МОСКВА Г-200 4832/Г.МОСКВА Г-200/СМОЛЕНСКАЯ-СЕННАЯ 32-34/ ВСЕСЮЗНОЕ ОБ’ЕДИНЕНИЕ/МЕЖДУНАРОДНАЯ КНИГА.” CCCP/K140K/ПОЧТА/CCCP’ (A1) meter, with boxed ‘МЕЖДУНАРОДЕ’ (B1), to Max Stern, Melbourne, Vic by Airmail, some toning. $5 4439 *V A1958 use of 1r brown Lenin, 40k brown Ibsen & 15k grouse, cancelled with ‘CCCP/[star with hammer & sickle]/4 85812/6/ MOCKBA-27’ (A1-) on air envelope to Korea, bearing boxed cyrillic ‘MEZAYHAPOAHOE’ & backstamped with ‘COREE/.11.8 58/PHYONGYANG’ (A1-), some mild tone spotting. $200 RUSSIA - Federated Republic (1992 onwards) | Postal History 1993 use of 1989 5k blue aerogramme uprated with 20k red & 4440 *F A 5.00 Chechnya Rasputin cinderella, cancelled with cyrillic cds of 10 06 93 & Grozny 3 registration handstamp in black. $20 SAAR 4441 * A B1 1921 Surcharge Scenes 2Fr on 5M Mi 81A. $15 SAAR | Postal History 4442 *F A 1958 use of 20f orange Europa & 5f olive pair, cancelled with ‘SAARBRÜCKEN 2/6.6.58-22/d’ (A1-), on cover to London. $7 ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS-ANGUILLA | First Day Covers 1986 Green Monkey set, SG #211-4, on WWF FDCS 4443 *F A unaddressed. (4) $12 ST. HELENA 4444 F A B1 1864-80 Wmk Crown/CC 2d yellow, Type C opt, SG #10, Cat £40. $30 4445 F A B2 - 4d carmine-rose, Type B surcharge 19mm long P12½, SG #15, Cat £120, typical poor perfs. $70 4446 * A B1 1902 Wmk Crown/CA 1d carmine, SG #54. $6 ST. LUCIA 4447 ** A 1984 Christmas $3 SG 738 sheet of 50, Cat £25. $16 ST. VINCENT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1884-93 1½d brown on cream, HG #3, ink annotation on face. 4448 ** B $10 SAMOA (German) 4449 * A A1 1900 Overprinted Samoa set to 50pf Mi 1-6. (6) $70 SAMOA 4450 * B C1 Samoa Express Forgery 2d rose, 6d violet, 1/- dull yellow & 5/green, forgeries with small letters of value & incorrectly sloped P of Postage, 2d has tiny gum thin & 5/- has a couple of mild creases. $20 4451 * A C3 1877-80 Samoa Express - 4th State 9d orange-brown, SG #20, Cat £60, some slight toning to left edge. $30 4452 * A- C2 1895-1900 Surcharges 3d on 2d orange, P11, SG #76, some paper adhesion on reverse. $5 4453 ** A A1 1945-53 NZ Postal Fiscals, Wmk Multi Star/NZ £3 green, SG #213, Cat £250. $175 1972-76 Marine Life New Issue Notification for Stamp News 4454 ** A with photographic reproduction of the $2 Green Turtle issue & some technical details. $15 4455 ** A - New Issue Notification for Stamp News with photographic reproduction of the $4 Black Marlin issue & some technical details. $15 4456 ** A A1 1980 Ships 12s plate ‘1B1B1B1B’ block of 10, SG #561. $4 SAMOA | Postal History 1917 cover from Sydney to Apia with 1d red KGV cancelled May 4457 *V A 22 with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR 2 GRI SAMOA’ handstamp in green. $80 SARAWAK | Postmarks 4458 * A A1 Baram: ‘BARAM/*/12MY/82/SARAWAK’, cancelling 15c flower on air cover to KL. $5 SAN MARINO 4459 * B A1 1877 10c ultramarine Mi 2a, paper adhesions on reverse, Cat €90. $18 SAUDI ARABIA 4460 * A- B1 1934 Proclamation ½g (used) + 1½g (stain) to 20g SG 317323, 3g thinned, Cat £215. (7) $120 SERBIA 4461 V A B1 1914 Peter I 3d yellow, Mi #128, Cat €1200. $600 SERBIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4462 ** A1883 New Arms 5p brown on pink, HG #15, marks on back. $5 SEYCHELLES 4463 ** B A1 1903 Surcharges 3c on 15c ultramarine dented frame, SG #57a, Cat £200+, creased near right perfs. $125 SIERRA LEONE 4464 F A C1 1859-74 No Wmk 6d grey-lilac, SG #2, Cat £40. $30 4465 F A A1 1872-73 Wmk Crown/CC Sideways 3d buff, SG #8, Cat £38, cancelled with horizontal oval ‘B31’. $25 4466 * A B1 1904-05 Wmk Multi Crown/CA 3d dull purple & grey, Wmk Inverted, SG #91w, Cat £42, MVLH. $35

SINGAPORE | First Day Covers 1961 National Day set of 2, SG #61-2, on official illustrated 4472 *V A FDC, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/3JUN61/C’ (B1) with neat typed address. 4473 *V A 1978 ASEAN Cable set of 4 circular stamps, SG #331-4, on official long un-addressed cvr. SINGAPORE | Postal History 1954 use of 35c purple & orange KGVI, cancelled with doubled 4474 *F A ‘DEMPSEY ROAD (FORCES)/28OC54-7PM/SINGAPORE’ (B1), on airmail cover to Loxton North, SA. 4475 *F A 1974 use of Government Service cover with printed PMG’s seal, with registration label, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/9SEP74/ C21’ (A1) on reverse & bearing ‘CHR[ISTMAS ISLA]ND/ [INDIAN]/2 25DE74 2/OCEAN’ (B3) arrival. 4476 *F A1993 use of $1 Bridge, 20c Sun Bears, 10c Citizens Consultative Committee & 5c Tourism, cancelled with poor Singapore of 23APR93, on long Lynnex Timber cover by air to Noble Park, Vic, blunt BRC. SOLOMON ISLANDS 4477 W A B1 1907 Large Canoes 2½d orange yellow SG 4. 4478 * A B1 1908 Small Canoes 6d claret SG 13. 4479 ** A A1 1975 Christmas set of 3, SG #281-3. 4480 ** A A1 1982 Sanford’s Sea Eagle complete sheet of 24 + 1 label, SG #461-6. SOLOMON ISLANDS | Postage Dues 4481 * A 1940 Postage Dues set, couple minor tones low values, SG #D1-8, Cat £85. (8) SOMALIA (Italian) 4482 * A B1 4483 * A C1 4484 ** A C1 4485 * A B1

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1932-38 Pictorials 20c carmine P12, SG #165, Cat £170. $120 - 50c hippopotamus P12, SG #169, Cat £250. $125 - 2L carmine P14 block of 4, SG #173a, Cat £120+. $100 1934 Colonial Exhibition set of 6 postage issues, SG #187-92, Cat £19, hinge remainders. $12 4486 ** A B1 - set of 6 air issues, SG #193-8, Cat £19, couple of stamps have minor gum toning. $20 4487 * A B1 1938 Air 10L carmine, SG #232, Cat £19. $13 SOMALIA (Italian) | Postal History 4488 *F A 1944 use of British Occupation 1/- brown, 2½d blue & 1d red ‘E.A.F.’ opts, cancelled with double-circle ‘MOGADISCIO/27.8.44.■’ (B2) on plain air cover to London, with lozenge ‘[crown]/PASSED/YY”1”‘ (C1) in purple. $175 SOMALIA (Independent) | Postal History 4489 *F B 1963 use of 1.80s Independence & 1s Police Auxilliaries, cancelled with bilingual double-circle ‘MOGADISCIO CORR.RACC?/17.9.1963/’ (A2), on cover to Wyeboston, Cambridgeshire, by air from member of the Desert Locust Control Organisation for East Africa, bearing black & purple registration label, some mild creasing, rough top edge & large discoloured area on reverse from cellotape seal. $15 SOUTH AFRICA 4490 **/* A A1 1930-45 Pictorials ½d black & green, showing two English stamps se-tenant, SG #42a. $30 4491 * A A1 - 2/6d blue-green & brown pair, SG #49, Cat £110. $110 1933-48 Pictorials, Rotogravure, Hyphenated 1d grey & 4492 F Acarmine, SG #55, in partial booklet pane of 4 with advertising in margins, top left advert separated & held in place by hinge $8 4493 F A A1 1933-48 Pictorials 5/- black & green vertical pair SG 64. $16 4494 F A A1 1937 Coronation 1/- red-brown & turquoise-blue pair, SG #75. $5 4495 * A B1 1938 Voortrekker Commemoration 1d blue & carmine pair, SG #80. $5 4496 ** A B1 1963-67 Pictorials Wmk R/SA 50c harbour, SG #235, Cat £30. $18 4497 ** A A1 1966 Verwoerd Commemoration 3c blackish brown & yellowgreen, SG #267, with Dice flaw near forehead. $4 4498 ** A A1 1988 Bartolomeu Dias set of 4, SG #631-4, in TRC blocks of 4, with colour controls. $14 SOUTH AFRICA | Postage Dues 4499 * A B1 1932-42 Rotogravure 1d black & carmine pair, wmk inv, SG #D25. $4 4500 * A A1 - 3d deep blue & blue pair, wmk inv, SG #D28, Cat £16. $15 SOUTH AFRICA | Revenues 4501 * A A1 KGVI: 1/- orange. $25


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SOUTH AFRICA | Postal History 4502 *F A 1917 use of stampless cover to USA cancelled with red doublecircle ‘[POST]AGE PAID/26JAN17/DURBAN’ (A2 - not recorded by Putzel), oval ‘T/50c’ (A2+) on face - presumably taxed because bulk postage was at local rate, blue ‘PASSED CENSOR/18/99/*’ (A1+) & ‘NEW YORK N.Y./C/MAR27/ PENN.TERMINAL STA - 1917 - DUE/10/C[ENT]S’ (A2) also on face, 10c US PDue applied to face, minor adhesions on back. $100 SOUTH AFRICA | Military - Boer War Period 1900: use of 1d VRI opt pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD 4503 *F B POST OFFICE/33/AP19/00/BRITISH ARMY S. AFRICA’ (B1-, Bloemfontein area?) on plain OAS cover with double-circle ‘G.P.O. CAPETOWN/24APR00 430PM/CAPE COLONY’ (B1) arrival, some rust spotting. $120 1901: use of 1d rose-red & green ‘E.R.I.’ opt, cancelled with 4504 *F Adouble-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/51/?/01/BRITISH ARMY S. AFRICA’, from a Major, Rand Rifles, Johannesburg, backstamped with double-circle ‘CASHEL/10AM/JU18/01/1’ (B1) arrival, small closed tear at right $70 4505 *F A - use of 1d ERI opt, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE B.O./7/NO14/01/BRITISH ARMY S. AFRICA’ (B2), on cover from 87th Fusiliers to Welverdiend, South Africa. $70 SOUTH WEST AFRICA 4506 * A B1 1923-26 ‘South West’ 16mm 1d rose-red language pair, SG #30. $3 SOUTH WEST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1934 (C) Surcharge ‘Half/Penny’ on 1d carmine & black (H&G 4507 *** A+ #13). [Not listed by H&G.] $100 SOUTHERN RHODESIA 4508 F A A2 1931-37 3d deep ultramarine, SG #18, Cat £11, couple of short perfs at left. $9 4509 V A A1 1937 Coronation set of 4, SG #36-9, Cat £13. $12 4510 F A A1 1940 British South Africa Company complete set of 8, SG #53-60. $8 SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 4511 *** A 1950 6d dark greenish grey wmk ‘KENT VALE/B/PARCHMENT’, HG #FG5. $20 SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal History 1944 use of 9d & 1/- on air cover from internee at Norton 4512 *V A Internment Camp to Switzerland, cancelled with double-circle ‘NORTON/21FEBA44/S.RHODE[SIA]’ (B2). $225 SPAIN | Postal History 4513 * A 1951 use of 4p slate-blue Airmail & 40c brown pair, cancelled with boxed ‘CERTIFICADO/4 26JUL51 4/SUC.1/BARCELONA’ (A1), on Tusell Ribas air cover to Melbourne, Vic, backstamped with ‘A.M.F. SYDNEY R.S.1/11A-6AU51/N.S.W·AUST’ (A1-) & ‘REGISTERED PERTH/8AUG51/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (B1), some light toning. $20 SPAIN | Flight Covers 1950 Barcelona - London 15c green rider, 50c & 1p J. de la 4514 *F A Cierva (Mi #769,824-5) cancelled by hexagonal ‘CORREO AEREO/22OCT50 12M/BARCELONA’ with circular ‘B.E.A/ LONDON/BARCELONA/FIRST FLIGHT 23 OCT 1950’ handstamp in purple. $20 SPANISH GUINEA 4515 ** A 1949-50 Pictorials 2c yellow-brown, 5c reddish-violet & 10c turquoise-blue in blocks of 25, SG #331-3, Cat £11. (75) $10 SUDAN 4516 ** A A1 1927-41 Camel Wmk Multi SG 10p black & reddish purple, top marginal vertical pair, SG #46. $7 SUDAN | Official Stamps 4517 F A- B1 1927-30 Perf ‘SG’ Wmk Multi SG 10p black & reddish purple, SG #O31, Cat £10, small toned area at central base. $7 SUDAN | Postal History 4518 *F A 1956 use of 3pt brown & purple & 2pt dark blue & light blue, cancelled with ‘KHARTOUM/130PM/26JLY/1956/SUDAN’ (A1-) machine, on air cover to London, GB. $10 SUDAN | Postmarks 4519 * A B1 Madal: ‘MADAL/12 IV 56/’ in violet on 5m Shilluk Warrior. $8 SURINAM 4520 ** A- A1 1926 Surcharges 12½c on 40c lilac, top marginal block of 4, SG #182, Cat £96, some mild toning. $50 SURINAM | Postal History 4521 *F A1959 use of 15c Macaw & 8c on 27½c Surcharge x4, cancelled with double-circle ‘PARAMARIBO/31JL59/1/+ + +’ (A2-), on air envelope to Canada, diagonal crease & some creasing to top edge. $20 SWAZILAND $25 4522 * A B1 1938-54 Definitives 5/- grey P13½x13, SG #37, Cat £55. SWEDEN 4523 ** A Year Book hard-cover book of nature related stamps, Mi #14536,1485-6,1490-1,1509,1526-9,1582-3, 1643-8,1666-7,17425,1756-60,1767-9. $15 4524 F A B2 1886 2ö orange, posthorn on rear, Mi #29, trimmed perfs at top left. $5 SWEDEN | Booklets 4525 ** A 1957 Gustav VI 4k, 20ö black x20, SG #SB121, Cat £18. 4526 ** A 1958 Soccer 3k, 15ö x20, SG #SB124.

SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1890 4ö grey, HG #B5. 4527 *F A SWITZERLAND 4528 F B

1854 Berne Printing 10r blue, Mi #14II, Cat €20, 3 margins, 1mm closed tear at top left with mild associated thin. 1854 Seated Helvetia Berne Printing 10rp blue, Mi #14II, Cat 4529 F A€20, cut to marginal line, cancelled with Bienne CDS, slight thin. 4530 F A B1 1908 Helvetia 70c dark brown & yellow, Mi #108, Cat €22. 4531 F A A1 - 1f red-brown & light green, chalky paper, Mi #109z. 4532 F A B1 1909 William Tell Cord in Front of Stock set of 3, Mi #111-3, Cat €22, 2c has a toned perf. 4533 * A B1 1915-40 Seated Helvetia 60c brown-orange & pale yellow Mi 140. 4534 * B A1 1921-34 William Tell 5c violet x2 & 10p green x2 in se-tenant tête-bêche block of 4, Mi #163-4, small thin to one of the 5c units. 4535 F A A1 1921 Pro Juventute 10c & 20c Mi 172-73. 4536 F A B1 1922 Pro Juventute 20+5c, Mi #177, small stain at left. 4537 F A B1 1923 Pro Juventute 20+5c, Mi #187. 4538 F A A1 1924-33 William Tell 7½c green on yellowish, Mi #202x. 4539 F A B1 1928-31 Mountains 5f blue, Mi #227, Cat €11. 4540 F A A1 1928-31 Scenes 10f green, Mi #228, Cat €45. 4541 F A- A1 1929-33 Winged Mail (Air) 40c blue & yellow-green, Mi #234, Cat €90, ironed vertical crease. 4542 F A A1 1932 Disarmament set of 6, Mi #250-5, Cat €25. 4543 F A B1 1935 Pro Juventute 5c to 30c Mi 287-90. 4544 F A A1 1936 Landscapes Value At Base set of 9, Mi #297-305. 4545 V B A1 1945 Pax 5f, Mi #458, Cat €360, creased but this is not apparent from face. 4546 * A A1 1945 Pro Juventute 30+10c Flower, Mi #468. 4547 * A A1 1946 Pro Juventute 30+10c Flower, Mi #478. 4548 F A B1 1948 Landscapes set of 6, Mi #500-5, Cat €15. 4549 F B A1 1950 Pro Juventute 30+10c Bee, Mi #553, Cat €20, light vertical crease. 4550 F A A1 1953 Electricity set of 4, Mi #566-9, Cat €10. 4551 V A A1 1952 Pro Patria set of 5, Mi #570-4, Cat €22. 4552 * A A1 1953 Pro Juventute 30+10c Beetle, Mi #591. 4553 F A A1 - 30+10c Beetle, Mi #591, Cat €12, some light toning. 4554 * A A1 1954 Pro Juventute 40+10c Butterfly, Mi #606. 4555 * A A1 1955 Pro Patria set of 5 as marginal singles, Mi #613-7, Cat €14. 4556 V A A1 1955 Pro Juventute 5c to 40c, Mi #618-22, Cat €13. 4557 V A A1 - 30+10c Moth, Mi #621. 4558 F A A1 1956 Pro Juventute 30+10c Beetle, Mi #635. 4559 * A A1 - 40+10c Moth, Mi #636. 4560 V A A1 1958 Pro Juventute 5c to 40c Mi 663-67. 4561 F A A1 1961 Pro Juventute 50+10c Flower, Mi #746. 4562 F A A1 1969 Pro Juventute set of 4 Birds, Mi #914-7. SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4563 *F A 1892 Tri-Lingual Headings, New Shield 5c black, control ‘VII96-216,000’, HG #26, cancelled with double-circle ‘ST GALLEN/12VII97 IX-/BRE[?] & bearing double-circle ‘FEURTHALEN/12VII97’ (A1-) arrival.

$5 $8 $10 $10 $4 $10 $5 $15 $5 $2 $3 $4 $6 $20 $30 $12 $8 $5 $50 $3 $3 $8 $6 $6 $12 $4 $4 $5 $8 $6 $5 $4 $3 $4 $3 $3

$5 SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1879-80 Wmk Band, Knife B 5c brown, wmk reversed, HG #24, 4564 ** Ahint of toning at top edge. $5 1879-80 Wmk Ornate Diagonal Line 10c red on white, HG #25, 4565 *** Asome light toning. $4 4566 ** A1883 Wmk Ornate Diagonal Line 25c green on white, HG #26, some light toning. $5 SWITZERLAND | Postal History 4567 *F A1923 use of stampless cover cancelled with double-circle ‘BREMGARTEN (AARG)/22.VIII.23-15/VI/’ (B2). endorsed “unfrankiert” at top, 20c PDue pair applied at Zurich, filing holes at left. $8 1940 use of ‘GENEVE 11/6XI40/4592/***’ 35c meter on 4568 *F B ‘COMITÉ INTERNATIONAL DE LA CROIX-ROUGE - GENÈVE’ registered cover to the USSR, with boxed ‘RETOUR INCONNU’ (B1) in purple, straight-line ‘30’ in purple, triangular ‘35’ & cyrillic date stamps for 28.11.40 & 14.12.40 (both A1) & backstamped with Moscow cyrillic of 18.11.40 (A1-) & ‘GENEVE 1/*6.1.41·16*/1/DISTR. LETTRES’ (A1-), some creasing to top edge & small torn strip still attached at upper centre. $150 TAIWAN | First Day Covers 4569 *V A 1955 Re-Election 20c brown-olive, SG #203 on un-addressed illustrated cvr. $10 TANGANYIKA 4570 ** A A1 1961-64 Independence complete set of 12, SG #108-19, Cat £18. $18 TANGANYIKA | Postal History 4571 *F A 1919 use of 6c scarlet with ‘G.E.A.’ opt, cancelled with doublecircle ‘TANGA/8JA/19’ (A2-) on plain cover to Amani with boxed ‘PASSED BY/POSTAL CENSOR/TANGA.’ (A1-). $100 TANGANYIKA | Postmarks 4572 * A A1 Exhibition: ‘EXHIBITION P O/5SP/1929/TANGANYIKA’ (rated 150 by Proud - open 2-7/9/1929) on 10c KGV x2, 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. $180 TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards * 1892 QV Solid Circle 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, optd $18 4573 ** A ‘SPECIMEN’. $30 $6


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- ½d+½d green on buff, HG #7, optd ‘SPECIMEN’, small repaired corner fault.

$40

TOBAGO | Postal History 1850 stampless outer to Scotland, cancelled with ‘TOBAGO/ 4575 *F AOC11/1850/A/=’ (B1) on back, rated “1/-” in red.

$80

TOBAGO | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4576 S A C2 15: on 1d carmine, used Scarborough to Plymouth via Moriah.

$15

TONGA 4577 F 4578 F 4579 * 4580 W

A B1 A B1 A B1 C D2

4581 F A A1 4582 **/* A

1892 4d chestnut SG 12. 1895 Surcharges 1d on 2½d vermilion SG 30. - 7½d on 2½d vermilion SG 31. 1895 George II 2½d rose pair, one with thin GA of BULEAGA, SG #33, Cat £40, paper adhesion on back and tone spots. 1938 20th Anniversary of Accession set in blocks of 4 SG 713. 1944 Silver Jubilee of Accession set in corner blocks of 4 (2**) with plate No 1 SG 83-7.

4607 * A A14608 * A A14609 * B A1

San Fernando: double-circle ‘SAN FERNANDO/19JY/91/ [TRINI]DAD’ on $1 x2 on long air cover to Australia, violet boxed ‘T “75”/”100” (A1) and red ‘T-in-circle’ (B1) both on face. Tunapuna: double-circle ‘TUNAPUNA/*/16AU/60/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D11, cancelling 2c slate & chestnut QEII on plain cover. Williamsville: ‘WILLIAMSVILLE/16APR37B/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D5, cancelling 1c blue & green & 2c blue & brown on plain Scotland cover. [Rated 60 by Proud] Woodbrook: ‘WOODBROOK/19MAY48B/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D4, cancelling 1c green & 5c red KGVI on cover to Grenada, extensive creasing at left edge.

$80 $45 $60 TUVALU | Postmarks 4610 * A B1 Nukulaelae: light double-circle ‘NUKULAELAE/*/4MR/76/ TUVALU’, on 1c Toddy & 4c Fishing, on Simpson cover. $20 $40 $20

TONGA | Official Stamps 4583 W A B1 1893 G.F.B. Ovpts 2d pale ultramarine SG O2, no gum.

$20

TONGA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4584 *** A1891 Local Envelope 1d in Orange Oval on back flap H & G MB1, tape mark on front.

$25

TONGA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1892 6d Red on White Wove Long Type HG 3a minor 4585 *** Aadhesion at left otherwise fine.

4606 * A- B2

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$45 TONGA | Postal History 1934 small tin can mail cover with 2½d Tongan adhesive tied 4586 *F A Niuafoou cancel in bars with SS City of Los Angeles Second South Seas Exploration Cruise cachet at left and range of tin can cancels on reverse together with Quensell signature, neat early Tin Can Mail cover. $75 1962 use of 4d UPU and 6d Aerodrome on formular 4587 *V A aerogramme, to USA. $45 4588 *V A 1964 use of 5d x2 on Tongan formular aerogramme, to USA. $100 4589 *F A 1978 use of 11s coronation x2 (SG#613) very lightly cancelled on cover to Australia. $20 TONGA | Postmarks 4590 S A A2+ H.M. Customs: oval ‘H.M.CUSTO[MS]/12NOV1911/ NUKUALOFA.TO[NGA]’ on 1/- George II. $75 TRANSJORDAN | Postal History 4591 *F A 1947 use of 15m black tax, 15m green & 10m red Abdullah’s, lightly cancelled on Air letter sheet from Leiutenant in Arab Legion Artillery to Ithaca, New York, letter is in Arabic. $100 TRANSVAAL | Postal History 4592 *F A 1906 use of KEVII 1d on P.S.&C. PPC of ‘Palms, St. Georges Park, Port Elizabeth’, cancelled with double-circle ‘CAROLINA/ 9SEP06 1230PM’ (A1). $15 4593 *F B 1911 use of 1d carmine KEVII, cancelled with double-circle ‘DORDRECHT/4NOVB11/+’ (A1-), on Gospel Publicity League, Chicago black & white PPC of ‘Jesus/I am the way...’ to Vlaardingen, Netherlands, redirected to ‘s-Gravenhage, bearing double-circle ‘VLAARDINGEN/261111 1-2N/*1*’ (A1) & postmen’s ‘A.10’ & ‘A 312’, some toning at right edge. $15 TRANSVAAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $10 4594 S A A2 12: triple-circle ‘12’ of Middleburg on 1878 6d. 4595 S A A2 79: ZAR barred triangle on 1895 1d rose-red. $10 TRINIDAD 4596 F A C2 1863-80 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 12½ 6d emerald-green, SG #72, Cat £12. $6 TRINIDAD | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 4597 *** A 1902-04 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #E5, with diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’. $20 TRINIDAD | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4598 S A- A2 6: of Arouca on 1/- bright deep mauve. [Rated 200 by Proud] $16 TRINIDAD | Postmarks 4599 * B B1 Dabadie: ‘DABADIE/A/NO12/98/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D2, cancelling faulty ½d brown Postal Card. [Rated 500 by Proud] $80 4600 S A A2 Oropouche: framed ‘[ORO]POUCHE/A/OC21/97/[TRINID]AD’ on 1d. $4 4601 * A- A1- Woodbrook: ‘WOODBROOK/A/JU16/06/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D2, backstamping french PPC ‘Souvenir de PARIS/XIII Arrondissement’, with Port of Spain hexagonal ‘T/15’ (A1) handstamp, rough bottom edge. [Rated 240 by Proud, extends LRD of 1st period of use in Proud by 6 months] $50 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 4602 * A B1 1938-44 KGVI Pictorials 1c to 60c (excl 3c black & scarlet) SG 246-54. (11) $20 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4603 *** A 1957 2c brown on buff, HG #7, dated 8JUL1957. $8 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal History 4604 *F A A1 1933 use of boxed ‘?.N.S.M./COLUMBIA/?8SEP1933’ on violet on ½d green. $8 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postmarks 4605 * A A1- Curepe: ‘[C]UREPE/19JU50/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D1, cancelling 5c magenta on Trinidad Stock Feeds air cover, backstamped ‘ST KITTS/*/21JU/50’ (A1). [Rated 120 by Proud] $20

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$10 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 1851 Imperf New Designs 12c black 4 close to touching 4611 V B margins, Sc #17, Cat $325, tinned BLC, otherwise good appearance. $50 4612 F A- C1 1857-61 Perf 15-15½ 3c dull red, type II, Sc #26, imperf at left & showing part of adjacent stamp, repaired TLC. $5 4613 * A- C2 1861-62 Amended Design Perf 12 10c blue-green, Sc #68a, Cat $800, couple of minor gum creases. $600 4614 V A- D2 1861-62 Washington 12c black, Sc #69, Cat $90, small corner crease. $25 4615 F A B1 1862-66 New Values Perf 12 2c grey-black, Sc #73, Cat $50, cancelled with light black circle segments. $30 4616 V A B1 1861-66 No Grill 24c grey, Sc #78b, Cat $100, cancelled with part double-circle ‘BOUTIQUE’ (A4). $40 4617 G A C2 1867-68 Grilled Issues 2c grey-black E grill, Sc #87, Cat $140. $60 4618 F A C2 - 12c intense black E grill, Sc #90, Cat $350. $250 4619 F A- B1 1873 Continental Banknote Company 10c brown, Sc #161, Cat $18, couple of toned perfs. $10 4620 F A- B3 - 30c grey-black, Sc #165, Cat $100, slightly soiled. $30 4621 G A- B2 1879 American Banknote Company 15c red-orange, Sc #189, Cat $22, couple of tonespots. $12 4622 G C D1 1887-88 New Colours 1c ultramarine block of 8, Sc #212, Cat $65+, cancelled with 1889 New York duplex, affect by rust, but large blocks are scarce. $16 4623 * A B1 1913 Panama - Pacific Exposition 2c carmine Sc 398. $8 4624 * A1980 Los Angles Olympic Box set of Official Stamps on covers with Certificate of Authenticity, odd tonespot. (24) $15 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Booklets 4625 ** A 1998 $2.00 Pheasant 20c multicolour, combination panes, P#V2222, Sc #BK242A. $20 1998 $6.60 Flag & Skyscrapers 33c multicolour, panes of 4,5 & 4626 ** A 6, P#V1111, Sc #BK275, Cat $10. $10 4627 ** A 2001 $6.80 Apple & Orange 34c multicolour, combination panes, Sc #BK284A, Cat $15. $15 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | First Day Covers 4628 *F A 1931 Surrender of Yorktown 2c carmine-rose & black strip of 3, Sc #703, cancelled with ‘WETHERSFIELD/OCT19/8PM/ CONN. - 1931 - 2’ duplex on Daily News Batavia cover to Lincoln, England, backstamped with ‘WETHERSFIELD.CONNECTICUT/150th ANNIVERSARY OF THE SURRENDER AT YORKTOWN’ (A2) commemorative cancel in purple. $10 4629 *F A1937 Alaska 3c pair, Sc #800, on plain cover with neat typed address, cancelled with Juneau, Alaska FDoI machine, hinged, some edge creasing. $5 4630 *F A 1932 Arbor Day 2c carmine, cancelled ‘NEBRASKA CITY/ APR22/8AM/1932/NEBR.’, neat typed address. $10 1936 Texas Centennial 3c purple on illustrated FDC cancelled 4631 *F A with ‘GONZALES/MAR2/9AM/1936/TEXAS’, unaddressed. $15 4632 *F A 1940 James Cooper 2c carmine pair on Sturgill hand painted FDC addressed to Minneapolis, cancelled with ‘COOPERSTOWN/JAN29/9AM/1940/N.Y. - FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1). $90 1946 Merchant Marine 3c green on C.S. Anderson FDC 4633 *F A cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/FEB26/9AM/1946/D.C. - FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A11), neat typed address. $5 1946 WWII Veterans 3c purple on illustrated FDC, cancelled 4634 *F A with ‘WASHINGTON/MAY9/9AM/1946/D.C.’ FDoI, neat pencil address. $5 4635 *F A 1946 Smithsonian Institution 3c lake block of 4 on Fluegel FDC cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/AUG./10/9:00AM/ 1946/D.C.’ FDoI, unaddressed. $25 1948 Volunteer Firemen 3c carmine on McCawley FDC 4636 *V A cancelled with ‘DOEVR/OCT4/9AM/1948/DEL.’ FDoI, neat handstamp address. $6 1948 Juliette Low 3c green on unaddressed 100R FDC, 4637 *F A cancelled with ‘SAVANNAH/OCT29/9AM/1948/GA.’ (A1). $8 4638 *F A 1952 3c 200th Anniversary Birth of Betsy Ross tied to multicoloured maxi card by Philadelphia cancel JAN 2 1952. $20 1946 Tennessee Sesquicentennial 3c purple on Fluegel FDC 4639 *F A cancelled with ‘NASHVILLE/JUN1/9AM/1946/TENN.’ FDoI, unaddressed. $25 4640 *F A 1975 Christmas set tied to two individual Colarano Silk FDC’s by Washington cds’s OCT14 1975, unaddressed. (2) $10 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal History 1820 entire rated “18¾” in red cancelled with light framed red 4641 *F A‘NEWBURYPORT/NOV/22/[M?]’ (B2-), Mass, to West Machias, Maine. $75


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1863 use of 1d bright blue, 3c dull red & 10c green cancelled 1920 (Jan) use of Russian 50k x3 (plus 1 fallen off), cancelled at 4666 *F C with double-circle ‘FLUSHING/DEC29/63.N/Y’ target duplex Valdivostok on KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS/WAR ACTIVITIES (B1), read ‘N.YORK BR.PKT./DEC30/PAID 19’ (B2 - month cover to Idaho, plain censor tape at left tied by Russian censor inverted), poor Saltcoats (Scotland) arrival of JA11/1864. Biro handstamp No. 12, a bit tatty. [This cover is from the Russian marking on face has been bleached out and 10c may not belong Railway Service Corp a group of 288 drafted civilian railway or has been moved. workers sent across to help maintain the Trans Siberian Railway. $250 They were given military rank but not free postage facilities.] 1870s use of 3c green (Sc #158), cancelled with ‘SAN 4643 *G B $300 FRANCISCO/JAN/30/CAL.’ (B1) and quartered cork cancel, rare UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military World War II Period straight-line ‘WAY’ on face, poor New Bedford, Mass, arrival of 1940 use of 30c blue air, cancelled with ‘GARDEN CITY/AUG17/ 4667 *F B Feb 6, a bit grubby. $75 1130AM/1940/N.Y. - 1’ (B1) duplex, on plain cover to Northwood, 1880 small cover to Brooklyn with 3c green Washington tied by 4644 *F A Middlesex, GB, sealed at right by ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/ cork type cancel with fine ‘COLDWATER/JAN18/MICH.’ EXAMINER 1312’ label, letter included, minor damage to top alongside. $40 edge. $20 4645 *F A 1889 cover to England with 5c Garfield tied by New York cds Jun 1943(c.) cover from American Military Internee at Camp 4668 *F A18 89 and backstamp Newcastle on Tyne JU 28 89. $45 Wengen, Switzerland, Swiss 30c cancelled with ‘Camp Military 1905 use of 2c carmine on oriental buff (H&G #B366), cancelled 4646 *F B [?]/Francoeport/Wengen/+/Suisse’ (A2), sealed at left by triwith ‘FREEPORT/MAY1/230P/1905/ILL.’ & bearing straight-line lingual camp censor, then resealed by ‘11076/U.S. CENSOR’ ‘Due 2 cts.’ in purple, 1c claret due x2 affixed, backstamped with sellotape, US Post Office Officially Sealed labels x3 on reverse. $100 ‘BATTLE CREEK/MAY2/430A/1905/MICH.’ machine cancel, 4669 *F A1944 use of 6c orange airmail envelope, cancelled with ‘U.S./ envelope roughly opened at right. $25 JUN/29/A.M./1944/NAVY’ obliterator, from MTB Base 7, Samoa 1906 Advertising Post Card with comical advert for Fort Bedford 4647 *F A to Long Beach, California, bearing circular ‘PASSED BY NAVAL Fresh Roasted Peanuts with 1c green Franklin tied by fine CENSOR’ (A1) in purple, letter included, some mild staining to Norristown Oct 27 19 06 Flag cancel and fine Pottstown Oct28 top edge. $20 1906 receiving cds, a nice card. $45 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postmarks 4648 *F A1916 use of 1c green Washington x2 on PPC to Australia, violet ‘PASSED’ (A2) on face. $12 4670 * A A1- Alderton: ‘ALDERTON/JUL/2/P.M./1942/PA.’ on 1c green on Ramsay Mebane coloured PPC of ‘HARVEY’S LAKE, 1928 5c carmine & blue airmail, cancelled with ‘WINSTON4649 *F A PENNSYLVANIA’. Closed 1949 $10 SALEM.N.C./AUG1/10—PM/1928’ on illustrated cover for 1st Day of New 5c Rate, neat typed address. $30 4671 * A B1 Lake Village, Arkansas: ‘LAKE VILLAGE/JUN/?/ARK’ on 1860s 3c pink on buff Envelope, addressed to New Orleans $20 4650 *F A 1935 use of 2c Red Cross cancelled with ‘U.S.S./OCT/27/A.M./ 4672 * A- B1 Ozark, Arkansas: ‘OZARK/OCT/23/ARK’ on 1870s 3c green on 1935/SACRAMENTO. - HONG KONG/B.C.C.’ (B1), on Navy buff envelope. $17 Day cover. $40 4673 * A C1 - very light ‘OZARK/DEC/?/ARK.’ on 1873 3c green Washington 4651 *F A 1938 use of 3c Washington cancelled with ‘U.S.S./JUL/18/ on small narrow cover. $17 1938/P.M./MINDANAO. - HONG KONG/SOUTH CHINA’ (A1), on addressed cover. Stephens, Arkansas: mss “Stephens Ark/4-19-84” on 1883 2c $40 4674 * B pink on buff Envelope, backstamped with ‘HOPE/APR/26/1884/ 4652 *F B 1940’s use of 5c Korean flag, cancelled with machine bars only, ARK.’ duplex, envelope roughly opened at right. $75 on cover to Albert Park, Vic, with boxed ‘PASSED BY/U 17280 4675 * A- B1 Washington, Arkansas: ‘WASHINGTON/NOV/23/ARK’ in blue S/ARMY EXAMINER’ (B1) in red, couple of small closed tears at on 1880s 3c green on buff Envelope, small closed tear at right TRC. $20 $10 4653 *F B 1942 use of 5c blue Monroe x5, with 1 missing stamp, cancelled UPPER VOLTA - Republic with ‘NEW YORK. N.Y./JUN19/830PM/1942/STA. J. - J’ duplex, 1976 USA Bicentennial set of 5, printed imperforate on light 4676 ** A on airmail cover to Belfast, Ireland, sealed with ‘51-929card, Sc #403-3,C241-3. $20 W.&S./P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 2912’ tape at left, some creasing. $15 VATICAN | First Day Covers 4677 *F A 1957 Dominicus Savio 4L brown tied to multi-coloured maxi 1952 use of Lebanese 25p ultramarine, cancelled with 4654 *F Acard by Vatican cds 21 3 57. ‘WASHINGTON, D.C. 37/SEP 10/430PM/1952’ (A1) machine, $20 on long cover from US Emabassy, Beirut to Denver, Colorado, VATICAN | Maximum Cards bearing straight-line ‘This article originally mailed/in country 1954 Pope Pius X 10L, Mi 220 tied to Maxi card by Vatican cds 4678 *F A indicated by postage’, torn backflap. $20 20 9 54. $12 4655 *F A1955 use of Lebanese 7.50p vermilion, 5p Lemons x2 & .5p YEMEN | Postal History deep blue, cancelled with double-circle ‘WASHINGTON. D.C. 4/ 4679 *F C DC20 7PM/1955’ (A1), on long air cover from US Embassy, 1943(C.) use of 6b, cancelled with light bilingual ‘TAAZ’ (A1- ) on Beirut, Lebanon, with straight-line ‘This article originally cover to Rome, endorsed “Via Aden”, opened roughly at left and mailed/in country indicated by postage’ (A1-), to Denver, part of censor label torn away, label tied with ‘102’-in-circle. $160 Colorado. $20 YUGOSLAVIA 4680 V A A1 1954 Fauna complete set of 12, Mi #738-49, Cat €70. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Flight Covers $25 1928 first flight New York Atlanta route from Washington to 4656 *F AYUGOSLAVIA | Postal History Richmond Va on re-used cover from Barbados to Nova Scotia, 1950 use of 5d green air pair & 3d red air with 1.50d red-brown 4681 *F A 5c Ericson pair cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/MAY 1/9PM/D.C. on reverse, cancelled with bilingual ‘/23.1.50 18/KIKINDA’ (C1), - 1928’ (A1), ‘RICHMOND/MAY2/1230AM/1928/VA.’ (A1) on air envelope with small ‘944’ reg label, to 2nd Wireless Regt, machine arrival, 1923 TB Christmas seal pair sealing flap. $100 Famagusta - MELF3, Cyprus, backstamped with double-circle 1932 Zeppelin cover Lakehurst to San Diego carried on U.S.S. 4657 *F A ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/*/13FE/50/555’ (A1), with pencil note Akron on ‘Coast to Coast’ trip with faint purple cachet on front “Received from/252 Without/Stamps”. $30 and fine cachet backstamp. $80 4682 * FB - use of 5d air envelope uprated with 8 on 9d orange surch, 4d 4658 *F A 1973 Skylab II cover with cachet in black signed by Astonaut blue Tito & 1d green ‘F/N/R/JUGOSLAVIJA’ opt, cancelled with William B Lenoir. $60 bilingual ‘/3/10115012/*ZRENJANIN 3*’ (A1), with boxed - cover with cachet in red signed by Astronaut Rusty 4659 *F A registration handstamp (B1) & small ‘952’ label, backstamped Schweickart. $60 oval ‘REGISTERED/4.30PM/23FEB50/NICOSIA, CYPRUS’ 1976 Jet Star NASA Shuttle Training Aircraft Test flight cover 4660 *F A (B1), and reverse bearing Serbian 1.50 red-brown monastry signed by Astronaut Duane Graveline MD. $45 (possibly used as a seal), some minor creasing, mild toning 4661 *F A 1977 Gulfstream II Shuttle Training cachet cover signed by around stamps. $15 Astronaut Gordon Fullerton. $50 ZANZIBAR | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1979 George C Marshall Space Flight Centre Engine Test 4662 *F A 1897 1a carmine on buff, HG #6 to Germany, cancelled with cover with cachet signed by Astronaut Anthony Llewellyn. $50 4683 *F Adouble-circle ‘ZANZIBAR/4NO[97]’ (B1). $20 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military - World War I Period 1899 1a+1a red on buff, HG #12, cancelled with squared-circle 4684 *F A4663 *F A 1918 use of 10c yellow-orange on plain cover endorsed “Officers ‘ZANZIBAR/2AP/00’ (A1). $20 Mail/OAS” with double-circle ‘A.E.F. PASSED AS CENSORED/ ZIMBABWE [eagle]/1596’ (A1) & straight-line ‘REGISTERED’ (B1), 4685 ** A A1 1984 Olympics set in plate blocks of 4. (16) backstamped with ‘U.S. MILITARY POSTAL EXPRESS $6 SERVICE/No 739/27OCT1918/REGISTERED’ (B1). $100 4686 ** A A1 1985 Earth Satellite Station set in blocks of 6 or 10 with complete Imprints & plate Nos. (16) $10 4664 *F A - use of 10c orange, cancelled with violet double-circle ‘U.S. [MILITARY] POSTAL EXPRESS SERVICE/NO 755/21NOV1918/ REGISTERED’ (A2), on registered cover used locally in France, endorsed “Officers/Mail”, violet double-circle ‘A.E.F. PASSED AS CENSORED/2631’ (A1). $140 4665 *F A1918(c.) use of 3c purple & 2c red, cancelled with poor US ARMY PO No 2 of JUL 8 with year missing on plain cover to London, England, with double-boxed ‘PASSED BY/BASE CENSOR/A.E.F./[eagle]/* 3 *’ (B1) on top of additional censor handstamp, some edge wear. $100


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