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Lot 1524: 1945 UN Relief & Rehabilitation Administration Conference

Postal Auction No. 107 World Stamps, Postal History & Postal Stationery Plus Specialised Australian Postmarks Starting 10:00am Sunday, 23rd January 2011 www.premierpostal.com email: david@premierpostal.com Phone: 03 9038 8136 Int: +613 9038 8136 Fax: 03 8677 2858 Int: +613 8677 b2858 GPO Box 4346, Melbourne, Victoria 3001, Australia


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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011

PPA Preamble Welcome to Auction 107. This is our first auction produced in our new premises, right in the heart of the Melbourne CBD, at Level 3, 482 Bourke Street, Melbourne. We still have a few boxes to unpack, but at last we are seeing some light at the end of the tunnel. One of the reasons for moving was to enable us to be more accessable to our customers. Now we have room for viewing, and our central location makes it easier to pick lots up if that is what you prefer. Please adjust your records for our new postal address and phone numbers GPO Box 4346, Melbourne Vic 3001, Australia Phone 03 9038 8136 Fax 03 8677 2858 While we do have a redirection in place for our old PO Box this will add at least a day to the delivery and that can make the difference between us receiving your bids in time, or them arriving too late. With the move and the Christmas holidays we have only had time to produce a small auction with only 3,599 lots. However that still ensures a wide range of material to browse through. 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 107 - 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 2nd wmk 2½d roo on AR form (#181), and a 5d KGV inverted Single wmk (#271) and, as you have come to expect, many plate varieties are listed, particularly in the Georgian Heads sections but also throughout the catalogue. The postal stationery includes a 1915 1d Letter Card with the marching AIF view (#584). In the commemorative covers section are 2 rare Lapstone Hotel Conference covers (#6745). Commonwealth/State combination covers are represented as well (#766) & (#1289). The Australian Colonies/States section has a good range of both stamps and postmarks, including a 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. Registration Label collectors will find a group of ACT labels (#891-4) and NSW label (#1012-36). Some of the more interesting lots in this section are NSW Sydney Views (#913-20), ‘1568’ BN on cover (#1090), ‘1712’ BN on registered cover (#1092), 1971 Kalang cover (#1219), 1914 Kenmore registered cover (#1242), English Mail TPO (#1450), Qld Fleet card (#1495), 1969 Mt Christian registered (#1632),1969 Rosella registered (#1647), VIC 1885 ½d rose wrapper with unrecorded stitch wmk (#2012), 1941 Joel South (#2219), 1969 Karawinna (#2221), English Mail TPO machine cancel on cover (#2338), WA 2d yellow single line Perf 12.4 wmk upright on cover (#2370). There are almost 1200 lots in the rest-of-the-world section so there is plenty for everyone, including Bahamas 1861 6d grey-lilac (#2469), Germany 1872 9k Large Shield (#2745), Gilbert & Ellice 1945 civilian censored cvr (#2798), GB 1883 3d lilac on Irish cover Australia (#2818). Italy 1864 TPO cover (#3065), German New Guinea 1906 PPC of volcano near Potsdamhafen (#3180) & Sweden 1862 3ö brown (#3482). 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 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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ALBUMS & ACCESSORIES 1* A red Lighthouse 24 white page stockbook, good condition. CINDERELLAS A 2 3*

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Great Britain - 1970 Phlympia ‘Ballon Monte’ Dinner Menu: with 25c Ceres on female menu & 20c Napoleon on male menu. (2) Australia: 1952 TB Christmas label block of 4 with Santa on boomerang. Australia - Exhibition: 1986 The Stamp & Coin Show International Year of Peace M/s in blue issued for Sydney show set of three (one for each day) cancelled with special daily cancel. (3) Australia - Hutt River Province: 1975 Chapel Paintings, set of 4 - 1980 Butterflies, set of 6. Australia - Replica Card: Christmas 1957, Card No. 7 - Christmas 1962, card no. 22, including Australia (FU) & Norfolk Island (**) issues mounted on inside of card, some grottyness to back cover Australia - South Australia: Post card issued by the Philatelic Association of South Australia on the Centenary of the First South Australian Postal Card, featuring a Facsimilie of the 1d violet postal card, black omitted. Australia - Victoria: Post card issued by the Victorian Philatelic Association on the Centenary of the First Victorian Postal Card, featuring a Facsimilie of the 1d violet postal card. Great Britain: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Lt-Gen Sir T D’Osnow issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Maj-Gen Lord Cheylesmore issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of the Duke of Connaught issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. Prince James I of Trinidad: 5c green & black pictorial, minor faults. [Trinidad Island is in the south Atlantic and was annexed by GB and is now Brazilian.] Rumania: 1964 Government in Exile, forged set. (3) Russia: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Rennenkampf issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. United States of America - Texas: red on blue ‘SOUTH TEXAS/STATE/FAIR/BEAUMONT/TEXAS/...’, part 1932 cancel at top.

COINS & BANKNOTES | Coins 18 UNC Australia: 1951 PL 1d. 19 UNC - 1958 1d. 20 AVF - 1915 3d. - 1918 3d. 21 GEF 22 UNC - 1943 3d Mintmark D. 23 UNC - 1944 3d. - 1917 1/-. 24 AEF 25 gVF - 1925 1/-. 26 UNC - 1943s 1/-. - 1927 Canberra 2/-. 27 UNC 28 aUNC - 1942 S 2/29 UNC - 1951 Federation Florin. 30 GEF - 1937 Crown, edge ding otherwise unc. - 1966 50c round. 31 UNC 32 UNC Fiji: 1969 $1. 33 AEF Great Britain: 1923 KGV ½-Crown. New Zealand: 1965 uncirculated set of 7 coins. (7) 34 UNC 35 UNC - 1965 1d. - 1949 ½-Crown. 36 UNC 37 UNC - 1951 ½-Crown. 38 UNC - 1978 5c Proof. - 1973 $1. 39 UNC 40 UNC - 1978 $1 Beehive. 41 UNC Sierra Leone: 1974 1L 10th Anniversary of Bank cased silver Proof. Western Samoa: 1978 $1 Games 42 UNC COINS & BANKNOTES | Banknotes 43 1965-66 Peoples Republic of China small notes 1965 0.5 & 1 and 1966 3 & 5. (4) DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA Great Britain: ‘Transport and General Workers’ Union 44 F B Boatmen Section’ ‘work done’ report for Swansea July 19 1934, vertical crease. LITERATURE 45 B 46

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Australia: ANPEX Sydney 1959 Catalogue with addenda, covers a little soiled. - Franklin’s Guide to Australian First Day Covers published by AH & AW Reed in 1969, minor cover damage. - 1970 ANPEX (Sydney), plus awards list. Great Britain: The Stamp Collector Vol XXI No. 5 published by Margoshis Bros in May 1917, 24pp, a few creases otherwise fine. Includes part of a priced book list. - The Stamps of Great Britain Part I by JB Seymour published by RPSL in 1934, 171pp, fine. United States of America: ‘Story of My FLYING With Complete Technical Description of My Aeroplane’ by Calbraith Perry Rodgers, booklet published by the Jack Knight Air Mail Society & reprinted on April 1st 1954, some slight insect damage to back cover.

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Australia: c.1950s RACV strip touring maps for Adelaide to Perth, lots of detail, including post offices (SA only) but only directly along the route.

PICTURE POSTCARDS Actors & Actresses: Miss Tittell Brune, multi-coloured Artist 52 *V A card. Aden: black & white PPC ‘The Signal Staff Steamer Point Aden’. 53 *** A 54 *** A Aircraft: Black & white PPC ‘Curtiss 16c-4’ bi-plane, real-photo. - black & white PPC ‘Douglas T2D-1’, bi-plane real photo. 55 *** A - black & white PPC ‘Fokker V-11’, real photo. 56 *** A 57 *** A - Black & white PPC ‘Curtiss SBC 4’ bi-plane, real photo. Australia: Map of Australia with Gum Leaf attached ‘A Gum Leaf 58 ** A from the Golden South’, unusual card. 59 *** A - Tinted real-photo PPC with scene of drover overlooking flock of sheep. - colour PPC of Type 1.4 CFA Prototype vehicle. 60 *** A 61 ** A - multi-coloured PPC ‘Giant Tree’, photo used for scenic Letter Card. Australia - Military: black & white PPC WWI Digger in full 62 ** A uniform with notation on back “one of the boys here on the machine gun”, real photo. - Black & white PPC with WWI Digger in full uniform, real-photo 63 *** A by R Yeoman Bourke St Melbourne. Australia - New South Wales: Multicoloured PPC ‘Intersection 64 *F A King and Pitt Streets, Sydney, NSW’. 65 ** A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Pitt Street, Sydney’. - Black and white PPC ‘Central Railway-Sydney’, real photo. 66 *** A 67 *F A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Holiday time Botanic Gardens’, a K&Co tinted real photo. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Moore St, showing GPO Sydney’. 68 *F A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Martin Place Sydney’. 69 *** A 70 *F A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Hotel Australia’, a Kerry card. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Sussex Street, Sydney’. 71 *F A 72 *** A - Black & white PPC ‘Double Bay Sydney’. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Circular Quay, Sydney, looking east’. 73 ** A - real-photo PPC ‘Bits of Old Sydney Series Argyle Cut Sydney’. 74 ** A 75 *F A - multi-coloured PPC ‘National Park South Coast NSW’. 76 *F A - multi-coloured PPC ‘Man ‘O War Steps Sydney’. - Black & white PPC ‘Introduced to his Horse’ a Sydney Mail On 77 *** A the Land series card. 78 *** A - Black & white ‘The Argyle Cut, Sydney’ a W E Smith card. 79 *F A - multi-coloured PPC ‘Centennial Park Sydney, NSW’. 80 *** A - Black & white ‘Yachting, Sydney Harbour’. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Circular Quay Sydney’. 81 *F A 82 *** A - Black & white PPC ‘The Gap & Entrance to Port Jackson Sydney’, real photo. 83 *F A - Black & white PPC ‘The Spit, Middle Harbour Sydney’, early card undivided back. - Black & white PPC ‘Spectacle Island, Parramatta River’, real 84 *** A photo. 85 *** A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Neutral Bay, Sydney NSW’. 86 *F A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney’. 87 *F A - Black & white PPC ‘Lavender Bay, Sydney’. 88 *** A - Multicoloured H&B Wallet card which opens to show cards of Botanicla Gardens, Government House, The Hornby Light and a fantastic triple card scene ‘Sydney Harbour and City from North Shore’ a great card, rare survivor intact. - Black & white PPC ‘Arrival at the Station’ a Sydney Mail On the 89 *** A Land series card. 90 *G A - H&B. coloured PPC of ‘CENTENNIAL PARK. SYDNEY.’ used 1908 91 *** A Australia - Scouting: 1986 Jambogram card for 14th Australian Jamboree Appin NSW. Australia - South Australia: Black & white PPC ‘Flinders Street 92 *** A from Post Office Adelaide’. 93 *F A - Black & white PPC ‘Rundle St Adelaide’, early card with undivided back. - multi-coloured PPC ‘St Peter’s Cathederal and Park Lands, 94 *** A Adelaide’. 95 *** A - multi-coloured PPC ‘The Hospital, Adelaide. Australia - Tasmania: multi-coloured PPC ‘At Windermere 96 *F A River Tamar’, unusual nighttime scene. Australia - Victoria: black & white PPC ‘Bush Hut Gippsland’, 97 *** A photo used for scenic Letter Card. 98 *** A - Black & white PPC ‘Flinders Street, Melbourne’, real photo with Tram in foreground. - Black & white PPC ‘The Ladies’ Bath, Eurobin Falls, Buffalo 99 *** A Mountains’, Victoria The Garden State series issued by the Commissioner of Crown Lands Melbourne Victoria, nice Semi Official card. - Muticoloured PPC ‘River Yarra Melbourne’ showing Regatta on 100 ** A Yarra River. 101 *F A - black & white PPC of ‘ST. PAUL’S CATHEDRAL’, franked with 1½d red on yellow, cancelled with double-circle ‘MELBOURNE/PM/1/11·2·05/17’, to Connecticut, USA. - multi-coloured PPC ‘Twickenham Ferry, River Yarra’. 102 *F A103 *F A - Tinted PPC ‘Town Hall Melbourne’. 104 *** A - Black & white PPC ‘Town Hall Melbourne’, real photo with tram in foreground. 105 *** AAustria: pre-1900? coloured card with design of six stamps and child in postman’s uniform, plain back. - Hermann coloured PPC of ‘Karlsbad. Obere Parkstaße’, 106 *F B franked with 5h green Franz Joseph, cancelled with doublecircle ‘KARLSBAD 1/13VI13-7/*5a*’ (B1), to Bendigo, Vic, some light toning, wear to top edge at left

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Burma: Causton & Sons coloured PPC of ‘IRRAWADDY/ BACKWATER,/MANDALAY,/BURMA.’, some mild tone spotting on reverse. Ceylon: Black & white PPC with Native scenes and Storm water breaking over sea wall ‘Ceylon’, early card with undivided back used in 1902. Comic: multi-coloured PPC by Donald Mc Gill ‘You know, Miss Haybag like all explorers ...........’. Egypt: Carlo Mieli Coloured PPC of ‘PORT SAID. RUE DU COMMERCE’, franked with 2m green x2, cancelled with light Port-Said of 1905, to East Melbourne, Vic. France: Deley black & white PPC of ‘CORBIE - Hôtel-de-Ville’. - Deley black & white PPC of ‘PARIS - Pont Alexandre et le Grand Palais’, franked with 10c sower, cancelled with light Paris machine, to Bendigo, Vic, edge wear. Germany: Bromüra coloured PPC of ‘O, leuchtet es aus jedem Blumenstern,/Trüg’ es den Duft von ihr nah und fern’ (Couple in Love), stamp removed to reveal hidden message, mss dated 22NO09?. - Kunstanstalt sepia PPC of ‘BONN a, Rh./Kaiserplatz’. - Kunstanstalt sepia PPC of ‘BONN a. Rh./Universität’. - Zodler & Vogel black & white PPC of ‘HEIDELBERG/ SCHLOSSHOF’, franked with 5pf green Germania pair, cancelled with ‘BORGFELD/(MICKLB)/27 9 11/11-12V.’ (B1), to Bendigo, Vic, small closed tear at left. Great Britain: coloured PPC of ‘Empress Dock Southampton’, a bit spotty. - Thunder & Clayden ‘Sunray Series’ black & white real-photo PPC of ‘THE PIER APPROACH & BATHS,/BOURNEMOUTH.’. - Tuck’s ‘Oilette’ coloured PPC of ‘LONDON, SOMERSET HOUSE, (THAMES EMBANKMENT)’, franked with 1d red KEVII, cancelled with London machine of MAR6 08, to Bendigo, Vic. Great Britain - 1908 Franco-British Exhibition: Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Fine Art Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with ‘FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION/8PM/AU22/08/LONDON’ (A1), to Hucknall, Notts, slight corner wear. - Alexander coloured real-photo PPC of ‘FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION. Australian Pavilion.’, franked with ½d green KEVII, cancelled AU11 08, some edge wear, slightly toned on reverse. - Alexander coloured PPC of ‘FRANCO-BRITISH EXHIBITION. Australian Pavilion.’, used under cover - Valentine official real-photo PPC of ‘South Front, British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, used at Bournemouth, stamp removed. - Valentine black & white official PPC of ‘In Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, grubby around edges - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Entrance to Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with double-circle ‘WILLESDEN.S.O.N.W./1215AM/ SP21/08/3’ (B1) - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Colonnade in British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘British Applied Arts Palace./FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Court of Honour from Congress Hall, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, used under cover, slight corner wear. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Franco-British Pavilion, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Fine Art Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. - Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Cascade, Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Palace of Music, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green KEVII, cancelled with double-circle Hampstead of SP25 08, to Distillery Creek, Tasmania, corner wear. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Bridge in Court of Honour, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with French 10c red Sower, to Kent, England. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Court of Honour from Congress Hall, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, some paper adhesion on reverse - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘In the Court of Honour, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, some paper adhesion on reverse Great Britain - 1909 Imperial International Exhibition: Valentine official coloured PPC with lilac oval border of ‘COURT OF HONOUR, IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1909’. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Waulking the Tweed, Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with double-circle ‘CROMER/1130AM/JA12/12/+’ (B2), mild corner crease - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘The Gardens, Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with AU7 09 cds Great Britain - 1911 Coronation Exhibition: Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘English Road, Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’, light crease TLC. Great Britain - 1911 Festival of Empire Exhibition: Valentine Black & White PPC of ‘General View,/Festival of Empire Exhibition, London, 1911’.

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Great Britain - Isle of Wight: WHS photo PPC of ‘S 7924 THE OLD VILLAGE SHANKLIN’ cancelled with poor Shanklin of 1912. Jersey: coloured PPC of ‘Corbiere Lighthouse, Jersey.’, 1d red KGV, cancelled with ‘JERSEY/515AM/25JUL/1932 - THE TELEPHONE/MAKES/LIFE EASIER’ (A1), to Kings Heath, England, some corner wear & light creasing. Netherlands: coloured PPC of ‘Koogesluis met Amstel-Hôtel, Amsterdam’, 7½c brown & 5c red Wilhelmina, cancelled with double-circle ‘AMSTERDAM/11-12v/20·1/1922/***’ (A1-) machine, to Canterbury, Vic, some toning on reverse. - Speelman coloured PPC of ‘s’Gravenhage. Koninklijk Paleis’, franked with 5c red Wilhelmina, cancelled with s’Gravenhage machine of 22.2.11, to Bendigo, Vic., edge wear. New Zealand: multi-coloured PPC ‘The Public Hospital and Annexes Auckland NZ’. - Black & white PPC ‘A Maori House’, early undivided back Muir & Moodie card used in 1904. - Multicolored PPC ‘The Dropscene, Wanganui River, NZ’. Railways: black & white PPC of Steam engine in siding, real photo. - black & white PPC of Steam engine ‘County of Middlesex’ in siding, real photo. Shipping: black & white PPC ‘N.D.L. ss Scharnhorst (Twin Screw), 8131 TONS’. Singapore: black & white PPC of ‘A view from/THE CATHAY HOTEL/SINGAPORE, 9’, light crease to TLC. - Hilekes black & white PPC of ‘Singapore. Suburban, Police Station’. Trinidad: W.H.Y. PPC of ‘St. Anns Road looking south, Port-ofSpain, Trinidad, B.W.I.’, unused. United States of America: multi-coloured PPC ‘Old Custom House Monterey Calif’. - black & white PPC Hotel Pennsylvania New York. - E.A. Bishop coloured PPC of ‘Lincoln Monument/and the Simmons Library,/Kenosha, Wis.’, cancelled with ‘KENOSHA/ MAR12/7PM/WIS. - 1911 - 4’ (A1-) duplex, to Bendigo, Vic. - Braun coloured PPC of ‘Public Square, showing New Post Office,/Chamber of Commerce and Society for Saving Buildings,/Cleveland/Sixth City’, franked with 1c green Washington, cancelled with Cleveland machine of AUG9 1913, to New Plymouth, Idaho, some corner wear.

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$10 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - First Watermark 158 F A A1 ½d Green perf small ‘OS’, BW #1bd. $15 159 F A B3 1d Red Die I perf large ‘OS’ pair, BW #2ba, Cat $12, few pulled perfs. $4 160 ** A A1 - perf large ‘OS’ BW #2ba. $40 161 F A C1 1d Red Die II coil single with guillotined top & bottom. $10 162 * A A1 2d Grey BW #5. $60 163 V A A1 2½d Indigo BW #9. $20 164 F A A1 3d Olive Die I BW #12. $15 165 F A A1 4d Orange BW #15. $35 166 F A A1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #15ba. $25 167 F B C1 - perf small ‘OS’, BW #15bb, Cat $125, repaired BLC. $20 168 V A B2 5d Chestnut perf small ‘OS’, BW #16bb, Cat $60, couple of shortish perfs. $40 169 * A B1 6d Blue BW #17. $80 170 F A A1 - BW #17. $20 171 F A- A2 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #17bb, Cat $35, horizontal crease. $12 172 V A A1 9d Violet BW #24. $20 173 F A A1 1/- Emerald BW #30. $25 174 V A C1 - corner marginal example with wmk inverted CTO, BW #30w. $125 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark 175 F A A1 2d Grey BW #6. $15 176 F A- B1 - slate-grey shade, BW #6B, Cat $15, slightly toned perf at left. $6 177 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #6ba. $20 178 F A B1 2½d Indigo BW #10. $30 179 F A A1 6d Blue perf ‘OS’, BW #18ba. $40 180 DF A B1 1/- Emerald BW #31 cancelled with ‘LINDFIELD/ 21DE.15/N.S.W’ (A1+) on piece. $20 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark | Stamps on Cover 181 *F B 2½d Blue on NSW Avis de Reception form, BW #10, Cat $120, cancelled with ‘TIGHE’S HILL/3NO1917/N.S.W’ (A1), usual pinhole in stamp. $60 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Third Watermark 182 F A- A1 2d Grey Die I BW #7, Cat $15, toned perf at BRC. $6 183 F A C1 - Wmk Inverted, BW #7a, Cat $50. $25 184 F A B1 2½d Indigo BW #11, Cat $12. $10 185 F A A1 3d Olive Die I BW #13. $10 186 F B B1 6d Blue Die II BW #19, Cat $20, discoloured area at TLC. $8 187 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #19ba, Cat $15. $12 188 F A A1 6d Chestnut BW #21, Cat $10. $6 189 * A A1 9d Violet Die IIB BW #27. $75 190 F A B1 - pair, BW #27, Cat $30. $25 191 F A- B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #27ba, Cat $35, aged. $20 192 * A A1 1/- Emerald Die II perf ‘OS’ BW #32b. $75 193 F B B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #32b, Cat $30, bit grubby. $18 194 ** A A1 1/- Emerald Die IIB pale blue-green shade, BW #33B. $175 195 F A B2 - BW #33, Cat $15, few short perfs. $8 196 F A- B2 - perf ‘OS’ block of 5 [4L11,17-18,23-24], unit 11 with’LI’ of ‘SHILLING’ deformed [4L11], BW #33f, Cat $60, on piece with 2d red KGV, light cease through varietal unit. $60 197 F A B1 2/- Brown BW #37, Cat $30. $22


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2/- Maroon BW #38. - CTO, BW #38w, Cat $60, hinge thin. 5/- Grey & Yellow BW #44, Cat $125. - perf ‘OS’, CTO, BW #44wa, Cat $150, no gum, mild diagonal crease.

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AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Small Multiple Watermark 202 F A B1 6d Chestnut BW #22, Cat $20. 203 F A A1 9d Violet BW #28. 204 F A A1 1/- Emerald BW #34. 205 F A A1 - blue-green shade, BW #34B. 206 V A B1 - CTO BW #34w. 207 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’, CTO, BW #34wa, Cat $25. 208 F A A1 2/- Maroon BW #39. 209 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’, CTO, BW #39w, Cat $40. 210 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’ CTO BW #39wa.

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AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - CofA Watermark 211 F A A1 9d Violet BW #29, Cat $10. 212 F A B1 - CTO, BW #29w, Cat $15. 213 F A B1 2/- Maroon Redrawn Die vertical pair, BW #41. 214 V A B1 - CTO, BW #41w. 215 F B B1 5/- Grey & Yellow BW #46, Cat $25, aged paper.

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AUSTRALIA | Engraved Issues 216 ** A B1 1d red in BRC block of 6, BW #59, Cat $36. 217 ** A B1 1d red right marginal block of 4 with vertical line inside right frame on TRC unit, BW #59, Cat $68. 218 **/* A- B1 1d red block of 4, BRC unit shows unlisted break in TRC frame, BW #59, Cat $24, toned perf at top, bottom units unhinged. 219 * A- B1 1d red, with broken BLC, BW #59, Cat $35, light horizontal crease, some slight toning to TRC. 220 * A- A1 1d red top marginal block of 4 with bottom part of ‘No-2’ & partial imprint, left column with weak entry behind emu, BW #59(2)z, top units hinged, BLC unit with diagonal crease. 221 * A- B1 1d red with vertical hairline from emu to base [3/56], BW #59(3)g, Cat $35, light horizontal bend. 222 F A 6d Kookaburra BW #60, tied to small piece by fine Queen Victoria cds 21DE14 . AUSTRALIA | KGV - Single Watermark 223 ** A B1 ½d Orange marginal example, BW #66. 224 * A B1 - with Wmk Inverted BW #66a. 225 F A- B1 1d Red Line Perf BW #70, couple of very minor surface faults. 226 F A A1 1d Red Smooth Paper reddish pink shade, Die II BW #71F(1)f. 227 F A A1 - carmine-red shade Die II-I pair, BW #71A(1)fa. 228 F A C1 - thin ‘G’ of ‘POSTAGE’ retouch, BW #71(2)k, Cat $30, 1914 use. 229 F A B1 - ‘NY’ joined [VIII/25], BW #71(4)m, Cat $125. 230 F A C1 1d Red Rough Paper deep rosine? shade, rusted TRC [III/29], BW #72J(2)e, Cat $250. 231 * A B1 1d Green Flaw under neck, BW #77(4)h. 232 * A- C1 - run N - 2nd state, BW #77(4)sa, Cat $20, small thin and tear in TRC. 233 ** A A1 1½d Black-Brown Die I BW #83. 234 F A C1 1½d Green Die I perf ‘OS’ with white spot on roo’s haunch [12R24], BW #88ba, Cat $15 235 F A B1 1½d Red Die I top frame broken left of top of crown [15R12], BW #89(15)g, Cat $10. 236 F A B1 - break at left end of 4th shading line below emu’s tail [17R39] 237 F A C2 - scratched electro [18L13], BW #89(18)d, Cat $10, pulled TRC perf. 238 DF A C1 - ‘GE’ of ‘POSTAGE’ joined [18R56], BW #89(18)o, flaw partially obscured by postmark. 239 F A B1 - blurred flaw through STR of AUSTRALIA [21R55], BW #89(21)p. 240 F A B1 - long white flaw in right frame at base [22L46] 241 V A B1 - 2 nicks in top frame at left [22L57]. 242 F B C1 - Blurred flaw on crown [22L7], BW #89(22)f, some toning. 243 F A C1 - scratch in right value tablet - State I - notched left frame at top not present [22L19], uncatalogued state of BW #89(22)h, postmark partially obscures scratch but characteristic red flaw on ball of right 2 easily seen. 244 * A B1 - ‘HALEPENCE’ [22L22], BW #89(22)i, Cat $30. 245 * A- B1 - vertical pair, with ‘HALEPENCE’ & thin ‘RAL’ retouch[22L22,28], BW #89(22)i,j, Cat $60, top unit with diagonal crease, bottom with large hinge fragment. 246 F A B1 - thin ‘RAL retouch [22L28], BW #89(22)j, Cat $20. 247 F A C1 - split lower frame at left and white flaw in right value tablet [22R6], BW #89(22)m. 248 F A C1 - Eight Wattles retouch - State I [22R44], BW #89(22)p, Cat $10. 249 F A C1 - PQSTAGE [22R45], BW #89(22)q. 250 F A C1 - large spot on roo’s back behind elbow [23R41] 251 F A C1 - White flaw below roo’s tail [23L35], BW #89(23)l, some light toning. 252 F A- B1 - white scratch from beard to bottom frame [23R60], BW #89(23)s, a few tonespots. 253 F A C1 - top frame at left nearly broken by white diagonal flaw [2528R59] 254 V A C1 - eight wattles at left [25-28L26], BW #89(25-28)e. 255 F A C1 - neckless emu retouch with split in lower frame [25-28R30], BW #89(25-28)m. 256 F A B1 2d Red Die I white spot after ‘2’ at right [10R27], BW #96(10)f, Cat $18. 257 F A C1 - white flaw on ‘T’ of ‘TWO’ [11L7], BW #96(11)d, Cat $18. 258 F A C1 - broken top to crown, BW #96(11)j, Cat $18. 259 F A- B2 - left frame damaged opposite roo [14L5], BW #96(14)d, Cat $20, minor faults.

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260 U A/B

- selection of plated flaws broken shading line below King’s beard [16L3] scratch behind roo [16L5] break in bottom frame [16L9] notch at TLC [16L14] compartment line at left - state I [16L18] compartment line at left & broken shading lines right of neck state II [16L18] shaved left frame [16L21] compartment line at lower left [16L36] compartment line at BLC & above crown [16L41] compartment line at BLC [16L44] notch in left frame beside wattles [16L45] dent at BRC & Compartment line at top right [16L49] compartment line down left frame [16L57] notch in right frame behind emu [16L58] compartment line at BLC [16L59]. (15) $80 261 F A- B1 - compartment line at BLC [16L44], toned TRC $8 262 F A C2 - thick compartment line at left & thick compartment blob near bottom of left frame [16R4] $6 263 F A C1 - no top to crown & top frame damaged at right [16R6] $10 264 F A- B1 - damaged left frame [16R5], BW #96(16)k, Cat $20, couple of toned perfs. $10 265 W A C1 3d Blue Die Ia Type A-B pair [3,4R59-60], BW #105c, Cat $150. $90 266 F A- B1 4d Orange buff-orange shade, BW #110F, Cat $25, slight central horizontal crease. $10 267 F A B1 - lemon-yellow shade, BW #110C, Cat $30, cancelled with Melbourne of 21OC16. $20 268 F A A1 4d Violet perf ‘OS’, BW #111b. $30 269 F A A1 4d Blue Cooke Plates BW #112. $12 270 F A- A2 4½d Violet Die I ‘Q’ for ‘O’ in ‘FOUR’ [1L28], BW #118h, Cat $25, aged. $12 271 * A A1 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Comb Perf with wmk inverted BW #123a. $650 272 ** A C1 1/4d Greenish Blue perf ‘OS’ BW #128ba. $250 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Large Multiple Watermark 273 ** A B1 ½d Green electro 5 vertical pair with partial ‘CA’ monogram, BW #65(5)za, Cat $200, faded. $80 274 ** A B1 1d Red Harrison Printing carmine-rose shade, BW #74A. $30 275 * A B1 1d Green Secret mark, BW #78(4)d. $30 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 14 276 *F A B1 1d Green secret mark [VII/1], BW #80(4)d, Cat $30+, on QSL card from Hobart to England. $40 277 * B A1 - Mullett imprint block of 4 with ferns & ‘RA’ joined, BW #80(4)z, Cat $300, some toning. $65 278 **/* A B1 1½d Red Die II block of 4, perf ‘OS’, BW #91bb, Cat $100. $50 279 W A C1 - strip of 4 with Mullett imprint, also showing ‘ST’ of ‘POSTAGE’ joined [4R55], BW #91(4). $30 280 F A C1 - split in base of left angle of bottom frame [4L32] $4 281 F A C2 - dot before THREE (4R24), BW #91(4)h, Cat $10. $6 282 F A C1 3d Blue Die Ia dull blue shade Type B, BW #106D, Cat $20. $15 283 F A- B1 - thin curved line from P of POSTAGE to right white border of LVT etc [3,4L39], minor faults. $5 284 F A- C1 - vertical strip of 3 [3-4L39,45,51] with platable flaws on all 3 units. $15 285 F A- C1 - type B white dot near top ball of right 3 etc [3,4L58], very small tear near TRC. $7 286 F A C1 - notch in outside of right frame opposite 3rd bloom etc [3,4R58] $10 287 V A C1 - notch in left frame below emu’s tail etc [3L21] $7 288 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’ with right half of 7th line up from right wattle stem missing or week + fine line extending from first line up from left wattle stem [3L44] $7 289 F A C1 - irregular flaw in coloured oval above emu’s foot etc [3L49], cancelled with ‘NHILL/7OC27/VIC’ (A2+). $7 290 F B C2 - type A, perf ‘OS/NSW’ with split BRC [3R12], a littled soiled/ toned. $10 291 G A B2 - dull blue shade, Type A [4L28], BW #106, Cat $15+, with retouched leaves and frame at left, etc, tonespot. $10 292 F A C1 - type B white dot near top ball of right 3 etc [4L58] $7 293 F A B1 - 5th pearl at right joined to curved line, small blue dot on King’s nose etc [4R26] $10 294 F A- B1 - left arm of Maltese cross distorted [4R27], minor pink stain. $8 295 F A C1 - break in bottom frame below P of PENCE etc [4R48] $10 296 F A B2 - type A perf ‘OS’ with wmk inverted [4L50], BW #106aa, Cat $150. $80 297 F A- C1 - pair [3L21-2], right unit with thickened upper frame at right [3L22], BW #106g, Cat $65+, minor abrasion on varietal unit, small crease on other unit. $30 298 F A C1 - distorted SW corner & lower frame [4L22], BW #106k, Cat $50. $30 299 F A C1 - retouched upper frame at right [4R54], BW #106n, Cat $50. $30 300 F A- B1 4½d Violet Die I BW #119, Cat $12, cancelled with ‘YEA/ 12MR30/[VIC]’ (A2-), some slight toning at top. $4 301 ** A B1 - BW #119. $60 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 14 | Stamps on Cover 302 *F A B1 1½d Red Die II perf ‘OS’, BW #91bb, Cat $40, on 1929 Office of Titles wrapper. $30 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 13½x12½ 303 * A A1 1d Green Saddle on Emu, BW #81(1)e. $30 304 F A- B1 1½d Red Die II cut upper left frame [1L50], BW #92(1)h, minor tonespots. $4 305 * A C1 - plate dot ‘1’ pair, BW #92(1)z, Cat $25. $12 306 ** A A1 1½d Red-Brown Die II corner marginal pair, BW #93. $35


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 307 F A B2 308 F A B1 309 F A C1 310 F A- B1 311 F A B1 312 F A C1 313 F A B1 314 F A- C1 315 F A B1 316 F A C1 317 G A C1 318 F A B1 319 F A A1 320 F A A1 321 F A- B1 322 F A B1 323 F A C1 324 F 325 F 326 F 327 F 328 F

A C2 A B1 A B1 A B1 A- B1

329 F A- B1 330 V A B1 331 F B B1

2d Red Die III Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #102(OS), Cat $10, 1 pulled perf at top. 3d Blue Die Ia distorted right fleur-de-lis in crown etc [3,4L19] - type B white flaws above left pearls etc [3,4R55] - small pearls at top left caused by retouch etc [3L28], small tear in top margin. - type A, with break in frame at BLC, crown complete at top [3L42], BW #107, cancelled with ‘PREST[ON]/13JL29/V[IC]’ (A2). - type B broken shading line above King’s head etc + broken shading line between King’s neck and emu’s breast [3L52] - marginal single small horizontal flaw on inside edge of LVT etc [4L3] - heavy retouch to large leaf in left wattles etc [4L28], thinned at left. - coloured flaw attached to outside of left frame by roo’s rump [4L33] - damaged shading line in front of King’s moustache etc [4L37] - thin white vertical line joining white oval under P of POSTAGE to LVT etc [4L39] - perf ‘OS’, BW #107ba, Cat $30. - perf ‘OS’ with straight white diagonal flaw on roo’s front paws etc [4L20], BW #107ba, Cat $30. - distorted NW & SE corners [3L25], BW #107h, Cat $50. 3d Blue Die II perf ‘G/NSW’, BW # 108, small bump on left side, scarce perfin. - small break in 16th line, counting up from roo’s tail [5L25] - shortened shading lines by right frame opposite emu’s neck [5R6] - dot below P of PENCE etc [6L30] - broken shading lines in TRC [6L34] - small bump on white oval above last A of ALIA [6R37] - break in 7th line in oval counting up [6R50] - flawed G of POSTAGE [6R2], BW #108i, Cat $25, a few light tone spots. - damaged upper frame at left [6R20], BW #108j, Cat $25, light soiling. - perf ‘OS’, CTO with gum, BW #108wa. 4d Olive Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #116(OS), Cat $25, some slight toning.

AUSTRALIA | KGV - CofA Watermark 332 * A B1 1d Green positional block of 4 with white spot in SE corner and Run N retouched, BW #82(4)p,rb. 333 ** A B1 3d Blue Die II BW #109. 334 ** A B1 - diagonal line below BRC [8L58], BW #109, bottom marginal single. 335 * A B1 4d Olive pair with left hand unit showing variety Roos tongue out, BW #117(4)e. 336 F A B1 5d Orange-Brown Die II white flaw above 4th pearl at left [3L36], BW #127. 337 V A C1 - coloured flaw between left wattles and crown [2L7] 338 F A C1 - diagonal compartment line under left corner [2L20] 339 F A C1 - irregular extended LLC [2L34] 340 F A A1 - small coloured line attached to outside of left frame opposite emu’s rump [2L43] 341 F A A1 - series of dots and dashes under left end of bottom frame [2R36] 342 F A C1 - break in left frame of left value tablet [2R13], BW #127(2)h, Cat $25. 343 V A C1 - top frame thickened at left etc [3L2] 344 F A B1 - broken shading lines around top leaves in left wattles etc [3L8] 345 F A C2 - triangular flaw left side of top corner leaf in left wattles [3L9] 346 F A B1 - left ends of shading lines behind emu’s neck weak etc [3L10] 347 F A C1 - left end of 22nd shading line, counting up, missing by left frame [3L12] 348 F A C1 - break near bottom end of 4th shading line in King’s neck etc [3L13] 349 V A B1 - 4th shading line down broken near left wattle leaf etc [3L16] 350 F A B1 - broken shading lines around TRC leaf etc [3L17] 351 V A C1 - white flaw between right wattles and right frame [3L59]. 352 F A C1 - 3rd pearl at right joined to lined below [3R7] 353 F A C1 - break in left half of line joining lowest bloom of left wattles at 9 o’clock [3R8] 354 F A C1 - perf ‘VG’ with break in right half of 19th line up near right frame [3R17] 355 F A C1 - faint left end of 18th line down, right of left wattles etc [3R18] 356 F A B1 - small spot against left side of crown top etc [3R21] 357 F A C1 - right end of 2nd line up missing in BRC [3R27] 358 F A B1 - small scratch right of RVT etc [3R31] 359 F A B1 - left ends of shading lines behind emu’s head and neck uneven etc [3R36] 360 F A B1 - 7th shading line down, right of right wattles weak [3R38] 361 F A C1 - break in line between lowest bloom and lowest leaf in left wattles [3R49] 362 F A B1 - right half of 1st line under centre leaf of left wattles weak [3R54] 363 F A C1 - small shading line missing in LRC etc [3R59] 364 F A B1 - distorted upper frame at right [3L1], BW #127(3)d, Cat $20. 365 F A C1 - 1st state before scratch behind King’s neck develops [3L5], BW #127(3)e. 366 F A B1 - flaw behind King’s neck [3L5], BW #127(3)e, Cat $20. 367 F A B1 - flawed Maltese cross in crown [3L7], BW #127(3)f, Cat $20. 368 V A C1 - flaw between ‘AG’ of ‘POSTAGE’ [3R20], BW #127(3)i, Cat $20. 369 F A C1 - top frame broken right of crown [3R42], BW #127(3)k, Cat $20. 370 F A C1 - white flaw on ‘d’ in right ‘5d’ - State I [3R43], BW #127(3)l, Cat $20, cancelled with ‘TAVERNER’S HILL/4NO35/N.S.W.’ (A2).

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371 F A C1 - frame missing behind kangaroo [3R60], BW #127(3)n, Cat $20. $5 372 V A C1 - frame missing behind emu [C3], BW #127(3)o, Cat $20. $12 AUSTRALIA | KGV - CofA Watermark | Stamps on Cover $18 373 *F A B1 1d Green Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #62(OS), Cat $80, on 1933 Office of Titles wrapper. $8 $20 $18 $12 $7 $12 $12 $10 $20 $20 $30 $20 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $15 $15 $7 $10

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$50 AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals 374 * A 1928 International Philatelic Exhibition Melbourne 3d Kooka Miniature sheet BW #133MS. $175 375 V A- B2 1929-38 Airmail type A & type B with booklet dot at top, BW #136-7, Cat $100, type A has a tiny closed tear between perfs at upper left. $50 376 ** A A1 1929 WA Centenary 1½d plate 3 block of 4, BW #138zb, some separation. $12 377 ** A B2 1930 Sturt 1½d carmine-red x18, BW #139, Cat $36, in blocks of 4 x4 (including 2 top marginal & 1 right marginal) & top marginal pair. $20 378 V A A1 1931-38 Kingsford Smith Airmail 6d dull brown BW #144 CTO. $15 379 * A A1 - 6d brown, Ash Imprint strip of 3 BW #144zd. $80 380 **/* A A1 - Ash imprint block of 6 (3**) BW #144zd. $150 381 ** A- A1 1931-38 Kingsford Smith Airmail Overprinted ‘OS’ 6d dull brown, BW #144(OS), Cat $35, creased TLC. $20 382 V A B1 - CTO, BW #144(OS)w. $25 383 V A A1 1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge Overprinted ‘OS’ set BW #1467(OS) CTO. (2) $20 384 ** A A1 1934 Vic Centenary Perf 10½ 2d vermilion Ash imprint block of 4, BW #151z. $25 385 F B B2 - 1/- black x4, BW #153, Cat $120, some short perfs, cds. $40 386 * A A1 1934 Vic Centenary Perf 11½ 1/- black, BW #156. $50 387 F A A1 - 1/- black BW #156. $35 388 V A C1 - 1/- black, BW #156w, Cat $50, CTO $25 389 * A A1 1934 Macarthur 9d purple pair with Ash Imprint BW #160z. $70 390 V A A1 - 9d purple BW #150, CTO. $40 391 * C A1 1934-49 1/6d Hermes thick paper pair with Ash 42.5mm imprint, BW #162za, Cat $100, quite toned with small closed tear at base. $10 392 F A B1 1935 Anzac 1/- black BW #165. $30 393 * A B1 - 1/- black BW #165. $35 394 ** A C1 1936 Cable 2d vertical pair with Plate 1 and coloured flaw to left of headland at Stanley, BW #169e, Cat $75. $60 395 ** A A1 - 2d vertical pair with Plate 1 and coloured flaw to left of headland at Stanley - retouched, BW #169ea, Cat $50+. $40 396 ** A - 2d scarlet Ash imprint block of 4 BW #169zr. $10 - 3d blue Ash imprint block of 4 (2**) BW #170ze. 397 **/* A $20 398 ** A B1 1936 SA Centenary 1/- green block of 4, BW #173, Cat $100. $70 399 * A B1 - 1/- green, BW #173, Cat $12. $8 400 F A A1 - 1/- green BW #173. $10 401 F A- A1 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary set of 3, BW #175-8, Cat $15, 9d has a pulled perf at top. $6 402 F A A1 - 9d purple BW #177. $10 403 V A C1 1938-66 ½d Orange Kangaroo Perf 14¾x14 No Wmk pair with coil perfs, central coil join, BW #180bg. $4 404 ** A B1 1938-41 1d Green QE Die II top right gutter block of 4, lower left unit with transient colour flaw in TRC. $20 405 **/* A A1 1941 1½d Green KGVI block of 4 (2**) with McCracken Imprint BW #186za. $16 406 ** A A1 1937-41 3d Blue KGVI Die1 White Wattles BW #190. $225 407 F A B1 - Die I, BW #191, Cat $10. $6 408 F A- B2 - Die IA, BW #192, Cat $25, crease at lower right. $10 409 ** A B1 - Die II, thick paper, BW #193. $50 410 **/* A B1 1941-51 3d Brown KGVI Ash imprint gutter block of 4 & Authority imprint gutter block of 4, BW #196zf,zh, Cat $17. $12 411 ** A A1 1937-59 1/- Lyrebird P13½x14 BW #208. $60 412 V A A1 1938-49 Robes Thin Paper 5/- brown lake, BW #213. $5 413 V A A1 - £1 dull blue, BW #217. $80 414 F A A1 1938-49 Robes Thick Paper 10/- dull purple BW #214A. $15 415 V A B1 1940 AIF 1d green with coloured flaw on Airman’s wings (not the broken wings flaw). $4 416 ** A A1 - 1d bright green marginal block of 4 with broken rifle butt [LrSh L2/2], BW #218e, Cat $31. $22 417 ** A B1 1951-62 2d Green QM coil perf pair, BW #248bf. $4 418 V A B1 1953 Produce Food 3d green se-tenant strip of 3, BW #289c. $5 419 **/* A A1 - 3½d scarlet corner block of 9 (3 central units *) BW #292ca. $20 420 **/* A A1 1953 Coronation 2/- grey-green BRC block of 4, BW #302. $3 421 F A B1 1954 Royal Visit 3½d carmine-red, with re-entry in ‘ROYAL VISIT’ & ‘3½d’ [ShC 8/2], BW #308i, Cat $40. $25 422 ** A B1 1954 Telegraph Centenary horizontal pair right unit with shading absent right of key - retouched [ShB? 4/5], BW #311fa?, Cat $60+. $40 423 ** A- B1 1956 Responsible Government TRC block of 4, bottom left unit with weak entry left side [ShtA 2/7], BW #331d, Cat $20, minor tone spots. $20 424 **/* B B1 - BLC block of 4 bottom units with retouched shading at top centre under GOVERNMENT [ShD 10/1-2], BW #331g, Cat $50+, faults. $20 425 ** A A1 1958 War Memorial marginal block of 4 top right unit with retouched sky over dome - Type III [ShA 9/4], BW #342dc, Cat $50+. $35 426 ** B C1 - marginal block of 4 top right unit with retouched sky over dome - Type II [ShA 8/8], BW #342da, Cat $50, tone spots. $15 427 **/* A B1 1959-66 QEII Definitives 2d Brown Ordinary paper, coil perf strip of 4 with central coil join, BW #348bb, Cat $10+. $6 428 ** A B1 - 2d brown ordinary paper coil perf pair, BW #348bb. $3 429 ** A A1 - 4d lake, Type A bottom marginal block of 14, BW #353. $5 430 ** A A1 - 5d deep blue se-tenant vertical pair types A & B, BW #355c, Cat $75. $50


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446 ** A A1 447 V 448 V 449 ** 450 ** 451 **

A B1 A B1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1959-66 Native Fauna 8d Tiger Cat on ordinary paper marginal pair, left unit with retouched shading above and to right of animal’s ear [uncatalogued], minor tonespots. - 8d Tiger Cat on ordinary paper with recut base frame & shading below AUSTRALIA - Type II [ShB R1/1] - 8d Tiger Cat on ordinary paper pair, both with recut base frame & shading below AUSTRALIA - Type I [ShB R1/1-2] - 8d Tiger Cat on ordinary paper pair, left unit with weak entry from animal’s back to top frame [ShA L1/1], minor tonespots. - 8d Tiger Cat on ordinary paper marginal strip of 3, right unit with retouch over animal’s ear [ShB L10/3], minor tonespots. - 8d Tiger Cat on helecon paper marginal pair, left unit with weak entry from animal’s back to top frame retouched [ShA L1/1], minor tonespots. - 8d Tiger Cat on helecon paper marginal strip of 3, right unit with retouch over animal’s ear [ShB L10/3], minor tonespots. - 8d Tiger Cat on helecon paper marginal pair, right unit with bar of colour through S of AUSTRALIA retouched [ShC R7/8], tonespots. - 11d bandicoot on helecon paper, TRC block of 8 (2x4) with line extend though all units of last column, a few tonespots. Most unusual. 1959-66 Native Flora 2/3d Wattle, white helecon paper - orange reaction, BW #370, Cat $10. 1959 Post Office roller flaw under cross-bar of second ‘F’ of ‘OFFICE’ [ShD 2/1-8], BW #374d, Cat $20. - marginal single with hair lines between 2 left frames at base [ShD row 1], BW #374d. 1960 NT Centenary re-entry to packhorse’s head and 1st A of AUSTRALIA [ShD 10/1], BW #378h, Cat $30, tone spot. 1961-66 Colombo Plan BRC marginal block of 4, bottom right unit with retouch to shading over IA of AUSTRALIA [ShC 8/10], BW #382e, Cat $30++, minor tone spots. 1963 Export marginal block of 6 [ShC 9,10/1-3] unit 9/1 with retouched end to jib and shading below - type II, unit 10/3 with white Africa, BW #397ea,g, Cat $70++, unit 10/1 may have coloured flaw in arctic ocean but we are not sure. - marginal block of 6 [ShC 9,10/1-3] unit 9/1 with retouched end to jib and shading below - type V?, unit 10/3 with white Africa retouched type II, BW# 397ed?,gb, Cat $75++. 1963-66 Navigators 10/- Flinders, white paper, BW #407B. - 10/- Flinders pair, white paper, BW #407B, Cat $16. 1963-66 Birds 2/5d Blue Wren, cream paper, BW #420. 1965 Anzac set of 3, BW #426-8. 1965 Churchill complete upper sheet of 48 with retouch left of 5d [UrSh 4/7], BW #430d, Cat $35+, with sheet number ‘052307’, 2 vertical folds along perfs at cols 3-4 & 6-7.

AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals | Stamps on Cover 452 *F A1958 War Memorial se-tenant pair with 1d violet QEII pair, BW #342c, Cat $100, on 1958 express cover from Parramatta to Wentworthville, minor faults and rare. AUSTRALIA | Decimal Issues 453 ** A- A1 1966-73 QEII Definitives 4c red on helecon paper BRC block of 8 (2x4), top left unit with recut shading between A & L of AUSTRALIA [ShF 7/9], BW #440l, Cat $10+, minor tonespots. 454 ** A B1 - 4c red helecon paper, in pair with slogan tab, full set of 6, BW #442c, Cat $70. 455 ** A B1 - 4c red helecon paper in pair with slogan tab ‘Post/Early -/before noon/and before/4 p.m.’, BW #442cc, Cat $12. 456 ** A B1 - 4c red helecon paper in pair with slogan tab ‘Use Postal/ Orders/for/Small Sums/of Money’, BW #442cd, Cat $12. 457 ** A- A1 - 5c blue BLC block of 8 (2x4), top left unit with recut shading around ‘5c’ [ShF 7/1], BW #444h, Cat $40+, unit 10/2 with weak entry in BRC, minor tonespots. 458 ** A A1 1966-74 Navigators 40c Tasman, BW #460. 459 ** A A1 - 50c Dampier BW #461. 460 ** A A1 - $2 marginal block of 4 BW #465. 461 * A A1 1968 Floral Emblems 20c Sturt’s Desert Pea, BW #486. 462 ** A A1 - 30c Waratah, bottom marginal vert pair, top unit with brown vein in top left leaf [LP4/6], BW #488f, Cat $16. 463 ** A 1968 Famous Australians set with Tabs BW #495-8. (4) 464 V A A1 1969 Prime Ministers set of booklet panes, Watson with salmon reaction & Deakin with buff UV reaction. (4) 465 ** A A1 1970 Cook Bicentenary 30c bluish white UV reaction BRC vertical strip of four, BW #527aa. - Stamp Pack containing 5c x5, 30c & m/s, BW #528w, Cat $20. 466 ** A 467 ** A A1 1970-74 Floral Coils 2c Desert Rose strip of 4, KP5D paper, with broken 1st ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [K6], BW #530k, & light green mark in 2nd ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [K8] 468 V A A1 1970 Famous Australians set of booklet panes. (4) 1971 Selected Issues Post Office pack, containing 6c orange 469 ** A QEII, 6c floral coil, 6c ANA, 6c Rotary, 6c Stock Exchange & 6c RAAF, BW #558w, Cat $25. 470 ** A A1 1971 Aboriginal Art 35c on Cream paper, BRC block of 4 with retouch to AR of ART, BW #569f, Cat $12+. 471 * A A1 1971 Christmas 7c mauve background, green text & blue kings, Cream paper, BW #578, Cat $16 for normal, with retouch under ‘AS’ of ‘Christmas’ [L8/5] 472 ** A A1 - block of 7, cream paper. 473 ** B B1 - sheet number block of 25 - left pane, BW #578za, Cat $125, extensive toning 474 V A A1 1972 Prime Ministers set of booklet panes, Cook with salmon reaction and Fisher & Hughes with bluish white UV reaction. (4)

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1972-76 Rehabilitation 18c, BLC block of 4 with sheet number, TRC with diagonal green line over ‘B’ of ‘REHABILITATION’ [L9/2] & BLC with diagonal lines & spot on man’s jumper [L10/1], BW #597e,f, Cat $24. 1972-76 Pioneer Life 5c on KP5d paper BRC block of 4 with red dot on girls mouth, BW #607k, red is out of register so the dot is actually on the black in the girl’s mouth. - 10c water, Cream paper, TRC block of 4, BW #608, TLC with brown dot near top of pump [UP1/9] - 60c communications, Cream paper, right marginal block of 10, BW #614, right column with extended vertical weakness down right side [L1-5/10] - 50c transport, White paper, BW #615, Cat $15, with black dot on window blind [R4/1]. - 80c commerce, Cream paper, TLC block of 6, BW #618, Cat $17, TRC unit with green dot in water at right [L1/3] - 80c Commerce on cream paper, with retouch left of 80c [LP 9/2], BW #618f, Cat $12. - 80c commerce, White paper, BRC block of 9, TLC with large retouch left of ‘80c’ [R8/3], TRC with retouch above steamer under ‘RAL’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [R8/5] & centre right unit with retouches over smoke stack of steamer [R9/5], BW #619j,k,l, Cat $36+. 1972 Christmas 35c, BW #621. 1973 Architecture 7c Opera House, P14½x14, left marginal strip of 3, top unit with central light blue spot in dark blue [ShB 5/ 1] 1974-78 Marsupial Definitives 25c Spiny Anteater, top marginal single with retouch in brown right of top of front paw [UP 1/5], BW #661d, Cat $15, with sheet number. 1975 Environmental Dangers 10c Pollution block of 4 x2, in P15x14 & P14½x14, BW #687,689, Cat $29. 1975 Famous Women 10c Stone, bottom marginal block of 8 with pink gum, BW #717aa. 1975 PNG Independence 18c bottom marginal block of 6 with sheet number, BW #728, also showing broken brown lines over ‘W GU’ [L3/5], green dot over ‘ST’ [L4/4] & weakness in green over ‘INEA’ [L5/5] - 18c top marginal block of 8, BW #728, showing green line under 2nd ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA [U1/6], weakness under ‘RAL’ & green dot under 2nd ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [U1/7] & light shading under ‘AUSTRALIA [U2/7]. 1975 Christmas 15c BLC block of 6, BW #730, with unlisted small black dot on chalice [ShC L4/3] 1976 Explorers 18c Hume & Hovell, TLC block of 12, with retouch under ‘ST’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [L1/4], BW #738d, Cat $15+, also showing weakness in green above ‘HUME’ [L1/3] 1976 Olympics 18c soccer, gutter block of 9, BW #743, with weakness on shirt & light dot at lower right corner [R4/1] & sheet number - 25c diving, thick 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 35c Wittenoom Gorge, corner blocks of 4 in both papers, BW #749. 1977 Performing Arts 20c on Shoalhaven white paper, BW #761aa, Cat $80. 1978 Australia Day BW #789, with unlisted rounded off top right red line on flag [L2/4 or R10/2] 1980 Aircraft 22c pair one with large red dot on wing [ShA L6/34], BW #883e, Cat $10. 1988 Australian Bicentennial - the Early Years se-tenant gutter strip of ten with overprint for Stamp and Coin Show 1988 with ships issued for Sydney show. 1989-90 Frill-Necked Lizard Frama $1 with Essen ‘90 logo opt, BW #1435. 1992 Threatened Species 45c se-tenant strips of 3. (6) - 45c Peel & Stick set. (6) 1992 Columbus Anniversary miniature sheet, BW #1582. 1992 International Space Year $2.70 Minisheet, BW #1591. 1994-97 Kangaroos & Koalas set. (6) 1994 Christmas set. (4) 1995 The World Down Under 45c Peel & Stick set. (6) 1996-2001 Nature of Australia Definitives $10 Kakadu & 50c koala, cancelled with ‘HOBART BATHURST ST/6.00PM/ ?5NOV2001/TAS 7000’ (A2), on small piece 1996 Modern Olympics set plus 45c & $1.05 gutter pairs. 1996 Atlanta - Sydney 2000 45c x10 sheetlet PO Pack, BW #1985w, Cat $10. 1993 Dinosaurs $3.60 minisheet, BW #1986. 1997 Breast Cancer Awareness 45c Sheetlet, BW #2062z. 1999 Sydney Olympic Games 45c sheetlet of 10. 1999 Small Pond 45c & 50c Frogs minisheet and Stamps PO Pack, BW #2243w, Cat $11. 1999 Celebrate 2000 hologram sheetlet of ten in PO Pack, BW #2250z 2000 Gardens 45c x10 sheetlet PO Pack, BW #2290z.

AUSTRALIA | Booklets 1953-57 3/6d QEII 3½d wmk with Wax interleaving BW #B57v. 516 ** A 517 ** C - Wmk CofA, wax interleaving, BW #B57v, Cat $40, vertical black stain line on front cover & mild diagonal crease. 1967 5c on 4c QEII $1 Edition V67/1 Provisional cover ‘Use 518 ** A$20 Postal Orders...... slogan, BW #B111Bf, Cat $20, ad sequence 66,6,20,0,0,0,0,52a,16e, stitching coming apart. $10 519 ** A 1988 Australian Crafts 80c CPL paper BW #B160. 1989 $3.90 Fishing (39c x10), BW #B163, Cat $12, couple of 520 ** Asmall tone spots. $50 $28

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$16 $6 $20 $35 $20 $4 $50 $6 $6 $35 $4 $4 $10 $7 $4 $6 $6 $12 $6 $8 $10 $5 $7 $8 $8 $7 $10 $30 $10 $10 $7 $6


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 521 ** A 522 ** 523 ** 524 ** 525 ** 526 **

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527 ** 528 ** 529 ** 530 **

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A A A A

536 ** A 537 ** A 538 ** A

1989 Fishing $3.90 Leigh-Mardon full perf CPL paper, BW #B163, Cat $12. 1989 Cycling $4.10 Leigh-Mardon, BW #B166. 1989 Urban Development $3 original print, BW #B168A. 1989 Stampshow ‘89 $8 Melbourne Tram, BW #B169. 1989 Christmas $3.60 Leigh-Mardon printing BW #B170. 1989 $3.60 Christmas with overprint for Sydney Stamp & Coin Show BW #B170c. !990-92 Heidleberg Heritage $2, BW #B176. 1990 Bush Nativity Christmas $3.80 BW #B178, Cat $10. 1992 Wetlands $2, 1k reprint, BW #B185B. 1994 Thinking of You $4.50 Ik reprint, white paper incorporating helecon, BW #B194B, Cat $10. 1994-97 Kangaroos & Koalas 10 x 45c Make-up 1, original printing, BW #B196. 1996 Children’s Book Council $4.50 Peel & Stick, BW #B223. 1998 $4.50 Greetings - Roses 45c x 10, BW #B234. 1998 $4.50 Farming Australia 45c x 10c, BW #B235, Cat $12. 1998 $4.50 Planet Ocean Barcode 202088, general stock, BW #B238A, Pfeffer #B217a, Cat $30. 2000 Space $4.50 Peel & Stick philatelic barcode, BW #B253. 2000 $4.50 Space 45c x 10, philatelic barcode, BW #B253B. 1978 National Stamp Week with 20c Specimen affixed to cover.

$10 $7 $4 $14 $5 $10 $4 $6 $4 $8 $6 $6 $6 $10 $25 $6 $6 $4

AUSTRALIA | Postage Dues 539 ** A A1 1902 Converted NSW Plates ½d emerald BW #D1 marginal example. $20 540 * A- A1 - ½d emerald, P11.8x11½, BW #D1, Cat $10, very faint discolouration on front $8 541 ** A A1 - 1d emerald with white flaws under 1st N of PENNY, BW #D3d, Cat $60+. $40 542 F A C2 - 1d P11.8 all around, BW #D4, Cat $20. $15 543 F A C2 - 2d P11.8 all around, BW #D8, Cat $20, with prominent white flaw above 2, pencil cancel. $15 - 3d emerald with wmk upright, BW #D10a. $100 544 ** A 545 F C B2 - 4d emerald P11.8x11½, wmk upright, BW #D11a, Cat $50, extensive thin at top left corner, small tear and associated crease at left margin. $5 546 *F A- 4d emerald P11.8x11½ with diagonal white scratch through lower left spandrel, BW #D11d, Cat $25+, on 1903 Tatt’s cover from Bendigo. $30 547 F A- B1 1902-04 Design Completed Wmk Crown/NSW 3d emerald, BW #D29, Cat $50, mss cancel, slight tone spot at base. $20 548 F A B1 - 1/- P11.8x11.5, BW #D42, Cat $20. $12 549 F A B1 1908-09 New Design For Shilling Values 5/- dull green P11½x11, BW #D72, Cat $70. $50 550 F A B1 1909-10 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thick Paper 1d rose-red & green, BW #D77, cds. $3 551 F A B2 - 2/- pale rose-red & green reconstructed block of 3, BW #D89, Cat $150, mss cancel. $75 552 F A 1913-21 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thin Paper ½d, 1d x2 (shades), 2d x2 (shades) & 3d. (6) $40 553 G A B1 - ½d carmine & deep yellow-green pair, BW #D95, Cat $20. $10 554 G A C1 - 1d rose-red & green reconstructed block of 5, BW #D96, Cat $20. $10 555 ** A B2 - 1/- scarlet & pale green, BW #D102, Cat $60. $40 556 F A C1 1922-30 Wmk 3rd Crown/A 1d carmine & yellow-green block of 6, BW #D106. $5 557 ** A C1 - 1½d carmine & yellow-green, BW #D107. $4 558 * A B1 - 1½d carmine & pale yellow-green, BW #D107, with left corner & top frames of value tablet very thin. $10 559 ** A B2 - 3d carmine & yellow-green, BW #D109, Cat $25. $15 560 V A B1 - 4d carmine & yellow-green block of 4, BW #D111. $8 561 ** A C1 1931-37 Wmk C of A 1d carmine & yellow-green BRC pair, BW #D115, Cat $20. $14 562 * A C1 - 2d carmine & yellow-green P14, BW #D116, Cat $18. $8 563 ** A B1 - 4d carmine & yellow-green pair, BW #D119, Cat $90. $50 564 V A B1 1938-63 New Frame Plates ½d with break in value tablet frame at top left, BW #D122m, Cat $12, light pen cancel. $8 565 **/* A C1 - 1d carmine & yellow-green pair, top unit with scratch at right of base serif of 1, bottom unit mounted. $16 566 V A B1 1946-56 Redrawn Value Plates ½d brown-red & deep green, BW #D129C, Cat $20. $15 567 ** A A1 - 2d carmine & yellow-green, marginal block of 20 (4x5), BW #D131, Cat $100+. $60 568 ** A C1 - 6d carmine & deep yellow-green, BW #D135, Cat $20, with several white flaws in value tablet. $12 569 ** A- B1 - 5d carmine & deep yellow-green pair, BW #D135, Cat $20, toned perf on top unit. $12 570 F A B1 1953-59 New Value Plates For Shilling Values 2/- carmine & yellow-green, BW #D140, Cat $10. $5 571 * A B1 - 5/- Die II, BW #D142, Cat $15. $10 572 * A B1 1958-63 No Wmk 8d red & green, Die I, BW #D153, Cat $20. $14 AUSTRALIA | Revenues 573 F A B1 Income Tax 1944-66 Se-Tenant Design: 3d, 9d, 1/-, 2/-, 7/-, 18/-, £1 & £2, all instalment halves, Cat #1.541-56 (8) $30 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery 574 *F A Australia Post Frontal Piece: for Registered articles to Postmasters with Postal Headquarters printed Registration label and receiving Handstamp Wavell Heights Qld 15NOV76, nice item. $40 575 *** A Lettergram Envelopes: 1990s illustrated with plain cover and illustration of bouquet of roses on inside. $25 - 1990s illustrated ‘Happy Valentines Day’ with frogs illustrated 576 *** A on inside. $25 577 *** A - 1990s window envelope in blue with ‘Priority Mail’ in red. $15

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AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1911 Coronation Issue 1d purple-black with Prince Edward in 578 *F A oblong and oak leaves, ASC #P4, Vic ½d green, cancelled with ‘SHIP MAIL ROOM/G.P.O./JE13/11/MELBOURNE’ (A1), to USA. $100 1917-30 KGV Sideface 1½d brown, footnote 82mm long, ASC 579 *F A #P34, cancelled with Perth machine of 16JUL/1931, from the ‘Ugly Men’s Voluntary Worker’s Association of WA’. [‘Ugly Men’ was a major charitable body in WA from 1917 to the early 1930s.] $20 1937-42 KGVI & QM Fullface 1d green+1d green QE on ivory 580 *F B ASC #P37, 1943 use from RW Miller & Co, coal merchants, some light tonespots. $5 581 *** A - 1d+1d green ASC P37. $45 1943-52 KGVI Sideface 2d violet on cream stock ASC P38. 582 *** A $15 - 3d green on ivory card ASC L40. 583 *** A $25 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 584 *** A 1915 KGV Sideface 1d grey black Perf 12½ pink within with scene ‘March Past through streets of Melbourne AIF’ ASC L9a, nice card. $200 1918-30 KGV Sideface 2d red on white ASC L38. 585 *** A$55 586 *** B 1943-51 KGVI Sideface 2½d red 127mm between perfs, ASC #L47, Cat $30, toning on folded edge. $20 587 *** A1953-59 QEII Sideface 3½d red Die I ASC L50, couple minor faults. $25 588 *** A - 3½d red with Senders address and three lines added on reverse ASC L54. $50 - 4d claret, price at upper left, ASC #L55, cancelled with FDoI 589 *F A ‘PHILATELIC BUREAU/6MR57/MELBOURNE-AUST’, to Bolton, Lancs, GB. $20 - 5d blue and bars on 4d claret ASC L58, strange vertical scuff 590 *** Amarks on back panel. $10 1960-65 QEII Facing Right 5d blue, ASC #L59, Cat $10. 591 *** A $6 592 *** A 1966-80 QEII Decimal 7c mauve ‘.....is required’, ASC #L65. $4 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 593 *** A 1928-36 KGV Embossed Oval 2d red blue within E21a. $45 - 2d red with security print in grey black within used in 1937, ASC 594 *F A E21d. $15 595 *F A1953-56 QEII Embossed Large Die 3½d red on buff, no printing on flap, 145x90mm, ASC #E32, cancelled with ‘ALBERT PARK S.C.6/1115A24SE54/VIC.’ (B1), small lightly toned spot, some light creasing. $5 596 *F A - 3d red on buff paper, ASC #E32, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/ 445PM/13DEC/1953/QLD. AUST.’ machine, to Wooloowin, Qld. $5 597 *F A - 3½d red, with senders address on backflap, ASC #E33, 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. $5 1957-65 QEII Embossed Small Die 4d carmine on buff, 598 *F A ‘SENDERS ADDRESS’ on backflap, ASC #E36, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/930PM/5JLY/1957/VIC.AUST. - SPONSOR A/ BRITISH MIGRAN[T]’ machine, to East Finchley, England. $6 599 *F A- 5d indigo on buff, ASC #E37, cancelled with Bundaberg machine of 11FEB1960, to Postal Union, Brisbane, some light creasing to left edge. $6 600 *F A - 5d indigo on buff, ASC #E37, cancelled with ‘WINTON/ ?A12FE60/QUEENSLAND’ (A1-) $5 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 601 *F A1930’s OHMS Registered Returned Letter 1932 use of Dead Letter Office Sydney envelope to Manly NSW, very unusual and scarce, couple minor faults. $80 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 602 *F A 1929 KGV Embossed Oval 1d green on window faced envelope for Groves McVitty &Co used in 1930 H&G KB20. $30 - 2d red on The Phosphate Co-Operative Co printed envelope 603 *** A H&G K25. $65 604 *F A 1953 QE II Embossed Large Die 3d green on window faced envelope for The Myer Emporium used in 1955. $25 1928 KGV Embossed Oval 2d red Die I, WM #PE51A, on 605 *** AOHMS, Education Department Melbourne cover, light crease at left. $90 1953-56 QEII Embossed Large Die 3½d orange, on window 606 *F B envelope, WM #PE75, cancelled with ‘CAMBERWELL E.6/ 26FE58/VIC-AUST’ (A1-), some toning. $4 607 *** A1958 QEII Small Die 5d light blue, printed for Drug Houses of Australia, WM #PE81. $15 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1915-25 KGV Sideface 1924 4½d with straight sides, ASC 608 *F A #R19, with No Top to Crown variety, cancelled with ‘KEMPSEY/ 9SE25/N.S.W’ (A1+) red C2 label. $40 1938-51 KGVI Embossed Oval 5d KGVI brown on buff stock, 609 *F A ASC #R28, cancelled with ‘CATHERINE HILL BAY/ 28JL38/=N.S.W=’ (A1), blue label. $50 610 *F A - 5½d brown on cream, text in red used by Air Mail from Mildura with additional 3d KGVI adhesive in 1946 ASC R31. $35 - 9d brown on cream, ASC #R36, uprated with 3d 100 years & 611 *** A ½d roo, bringing rate to 1/0½d, unused. $50 612 *F A 1953-65 QEII Embossed Circle 1/0½d brown, ASC #R38, N cancelled with ‘CORRIGIN/11MY56/WEST AUST’ (A1). $16 - 1/0½d brown on cream, ASC #R38, cancelled with 613 *F A ‘STRAWBERRY HILLS/20JU59/N.S.W.’ (A1-) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. $12 614 *F A - 1/0½d brown on cream, ASC #R38, uprated with 6½d orange QEII cancelled with ‘MARYSVILLE/3DE56/VIC’ (A1 backstamp) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. $20


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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 - 2/5d red on brown, text barred out and 10 obliterating lines on reverse, used in Ripponlea in 1960 ASC R41. 1966-67 QEII Decimal Embossed Circle 24c green on yellow, text includes ‘£50’, ASC #R46, cancelled with light ‘MILSON’S POINT/27MR66/[NSW·AUST]’ (B2), to Tatts, small closed tear at right - 24c green on yellow text reads ‘$100’, ASC #R47, cancelled with Ouse of 3JA67.

AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 618 *** A 1950 7d KGVI ASC A3, unfolded. 1954 Plane on Globe 10d in red on blue with boxed 619 *F B ‘AEROGRAMME’, ASC #A7, lightly cancelled with Melbourne machine of 1955 and commercially used to Holland, the text of the message is visible through the stock of this aerogramme. 1959 CIOS 10d red & blue on blue, ASC #A10, cancelled with 620 *F A ‘IPSWICH/3P24JE60/QUEENSLAND’ (A1-), to Illinois, USA. 621 * A 1962 Empire Games 10d, ASC #A17, cancelled with ‘ELWOOD/ 13AP64/VIC-AUST’, to Vienna, Austria. 1963 Royal Visit 10d green & red on blue, ASC #A19. 622 *** A 623 *F A 1964 Christmas 10d, ASC #A21, cancelled by Frankston machine of 7JAN1965 & addressed to England. 624 *** A 1964 10d Tail of Aeroplane ASC #A22. 625 *F A 1965 10d Tail of Aeroplane ASC #A22, cancelled with Brisbane machine of 15JNE1967, to Palatine, Illinois, USA. 1965 Law Conference 10d 3rd Commonwealth & Empire Law 626 *** A Conference, ASC #A23. 1967 Christmas 10c, ASC A28, unfolded. 627 *** A 1968 Tail of Plane 10c blue & orange, ASC #A29, cancelled with 628 *F A ‘ADELAIDE/4/8PM/26APR/1968/4/S.A. AUST.’ (A1-), to Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 629 *V A 1988 Sydpex Aerogrammes set of 5 different aerogrammes bearing Sydpex 88 NSW Day The Waratah cancellation in green, ASC #A81-4,A86. AUSTRALIA | First Day Covers 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary set plus additional 2d & 3d x2 630 *F A(total 1/10d) tied to illustrated registered Official cover by Sydney cds 1OC37, airmail to Egypt. 631 *F A 1938 4d Koala tied to plain FDC by Ararat of 1FE38. 632 *F A1940 AIF set tied to illustrated APO FDC by Melbourne of 15JY40, a few minor wrinkles. 633 *F A 1947 Newcastle Registered illustrated cover with set tied by Grenfell Street South Audt cds 8 DE47. 634 *F A 1948 1/3d Hereford Bull tied to illustrated Bodin FDC by Collingwood of 16FE48. 1949 John Forrest 2½d pair tied to Wide World illustrated FDC 635 *V A by Adelaide of 28NO49. 636 *F A 1951 Foundation of Federation illustrated Wide World FDC with 3d se-tenant pair tied by Melbourne cds 1MY51. 637 *F A 1951 Gold & Responsible Government illustrated Wide World FDC with 3d se-tenant pair tied by Melbourne cds 2JY51. 1952 7½d Blue KGVI illustrated FDC with adhesive tied by 638 *F A Adelaide cds 31OC51. 639 *F A 1952 6½d Brown KGVI illustrated FDC with 6½d and 4½d KGVI tied by Sydney cds 20FE52. 640 *F A 1953 QEII 3d Green tied to Haslem illustrated cover by Melbourne cds 17JE53. 641 *F A 1954 Telegraph Centenary illustrated Royal brown & green FDC with 3½d pair tied by Kiama cds 7 AP54. 1954 6½d Orange QEII APO Hermes illustrated FDC with 6½d 642 *F A pair tied by Adelaide cds 23JE54. 1954 2½d Queen Elizabeth block of 4 tied to Haslem illustrated 643 *F AFDC by Melbourne cds 23JE54, small staing in BLC. 644 *F A 1954 2/- Olympic Games tied to APO Hermes cover by Melbourne cds 1DE54, unaddressed. 1955-65 Royal FDC Selection of 28 covers, about half 645 *V A unaddressed, condition good, all different. 1956 Responsible Government 3½d block of 4 tied to 646 *F A illustrated Registered Wesley FDC by Adelaide of 26SE56. 647 *F A 1956 Olympics set tied to VPA illustrated FDC by Castlereagh St cds 31OC56, unaddressed. 1958 Christmas APO Hermes illustrated FDC with Christmas 648 *F A pair tied by Philatelic Bureau cds 5 NOV 58. 649 *V A 1959-60 Flowers set to 3/- (no 2/3d white paper) tied to individual illustrated WCS FDCs. (5) 1960 Northern Territory 5d tied to APO Hermes FDC by 650 *F A Melbourne cds 21SEP60. 651 *V A 1960 Queensland Stamp Centenary 5d green on WCS FDC, neat typed address. 652 *F A 1961 11d Rabbit Bandicoot tied to APO Hermes FDC by Philatelic Bureau cds 3 MAY 61. 1962 2d QEII illustrated Wesley FDC with adhesive tied by 653 *F A Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 21MAR62, unaddressed. 654 *F A 1963 2/3d Cable tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Russell St of 3DE63. 655 *F A 1966 4c Christmas tied to APO FDC by Russell Street Philatelic cds 19OC66. 1967 Bible Society APO illustrated FDC with adhesive tied by 656 *F A Russell Street cds 7MR67. 657 *F A - 4c tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Russell St cds 7MR67. 1968 5c Medical Assembly tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by 658 *F A Melbourne cds 6AUG68, unaddressed. 659 *F A 1968 Mexico Olympics set tied to Wesley illustrated cover by Brisbane of 2OC68, unaddressed. 1968 5c Building Societies tied to APO FDC by Russell St cds 660 *F A 16OC68, hand addressed.

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1970 5c Railway tied to APO FDC by Russell Street cds 11 FE70. 1970 Expo set of 2 across 2 illustrated APO FDC’s cancelled with Horsham FDoI cancel, unaddressed. 1970 Royal Visit set tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Clarence Street cds 31MAR70, unaddressed. 1970 Cook se-tenant strip of 5 and 30c tied to long illustrated Royal FDC by Brisbane cds 20AP70, neat typed addressed. 1970 6c UNO tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Kyancutta South Aust cds 19OC70, unaddressed. 1974 Paintings set $1, $2 & $4 tied to registered Wesley FDC by Sydney Philatelic sales cds 24APR 1974, neat type addressed. 1983 complete year set of Australia Post covers, excluding 1983 reptiles & amphibians cover. (15) 1984 $5 Painting tied to illustrated APO FDC by Wentworth cds 4 APR 1984, unaddressed. 1993 Dreamings set tied to APOl FDC by Darwin Pictorial Canc 4 February 1993.

$30 $55 $20 $20 $20 $50 $6 $10

$5 AUSTRALIA | Maximum Cards 1951 KGVI 2½d Chocolate tied to KGVI PPC by Aberdare cds $8 670 *F A 5 MY 53, fine early maxi card. $75 $6 671 *V A 1991 Queens Birthday 43c QEII on Maximum card, cancelled with ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/11APRIL1991/ELIZABETH SA $6 5112’ (A1) with floral design. $4 $6 AUSTRALIA | Commemorative Covers $10 1934 6th Australian Philatelic Exhibition Registered 672 *F A illustrated Exhibition cover with 2d & 3d MacArthur tied by Exhibition cancel 12 NOV1934. $65 $8 1936 1st Queensland Philatelic Society Exhibition printed 673 *F Acover, franked with ½d orange KGV & 1½d Sturt, cancelled with 2 strikes of hexagonal ‘1ST Q’LAND PHIL SOCYS EXHBN/ $5 330P25SE25/·BRISBANE·’ (sic - A1) 1 with year in error & 2nd strike with correct year (B1), addressed to England, slightly grubby. $80 674 * A A1 1938 Commonwealth Relations Conference cut-down ‘ LE / 7SE38/N.S.W.’ on 1d QE & 4d Koala on Jamieson cover with $30 blue provisional “Lapstone/Hotel” label. $200 $20 675 * A A1- 1945 UN Relief & Rehabilitation Administration Conference cut-down ‘ EY /15FE45/N.S.W.’ (open day) on 2d mauve & $25 3½d blue KGVI on Swanston cover with blue provisional “Lapstone Hotel” label. $200 $25 676 * A B1 1947 P.I.C.A.O. ‘P.I.C.A.O./4FE47/MELBOURNE·AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2½d red embossed oval envelope, uprated with $40 3d brown, to Auckland, NZ. $45 677 * A A1- 1948 Pan-Pacific Scout Jamboree hexagonal ‘PAN-PACIFIC $35 SCOUT JAMBOREE/VIC/28DE48/AUST/YARRA·BRAE’ cancelling 2½d Jamboree pair & ½d roo, on Wide World FDC, $15 with blue provisional C6 registration label. $100 678 * A 1949 Flinders ‘ROYAL GEOG SOCY/150TH/ANNIVERSARY/ $15 17JULY49/FLINDERS/REDCLIFFE·QLD’ on 2½d Lawson on illustrated Royal Geographical Society cover with 18mm diam $25 cachet in purple. $20 679 *F A 1952 Geebex illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Geelong $20 Philatelic Exhition triangle cancel 9 May 52. $30 680 *F A 1956 Olympics 4d Olympics tied to illustrated Wesley cover by $20 Station Pier Pictorial cds 22 Nov 1956, scarce. $40 1958 14th B.E.S.L. Conference plain cover with 5½d Memorial 681 *F A $15 pair tied by special Conference cds 17 FEB 58. $20 682 *F A 1958 Second Australian Industries Fair 4d QEII tied to APO $30 Hermes cover by Exhibition Buildings Industries Fair commemorative cds 13 MAR 58. $25 $20 683 *F A 1962 Hobart Corroboree plain cover with 5d tied by strike of Hobart Corroboree cds 27DE62. $80 $50 684 *F A A1 1964 British Exhibition ‘BRITISH EXHIBITION 1964/25/[lion rampant]/SEPT./1964/SYDNEY-N·S·W · AUST.’ on 5d green $60 QEII on cover to Watford, Herts, England. $10 685 * A- A1 1964 The Summit Mt Kosciusko ‘THE SUMMIT MT. $25 KOSCIUSKO/7306FT/15DEC64/N.S.W-AUSTRALIA’ on 5d Christmas, some slight staining to front. $15 $20 1966 Eleventh SEATO Council Meetings ‘CANBERRA 686 *F APARLIAMENT HOUSE/23JUN1966/ELEVENTH SEATO $30 COUNCIL MEETINGS’ (first day) on 4c on cover to Victoria. $25 687 * A 1967 World Symposium on Man Made Forests ‘WORLD $30 SYMPOSIUM/CANBERRA/A.C.T./AUSTRALIA/18APR1967/ [FAO logo]/MAN MADE FORESTS’ on 4c red QEII on cover to $24 Panania, NSW. $30 1968 Eldo-Europa 1 on plain Crome cover, 5c cancelled with 688 *F A $5 triangular datestamp. $6 1969 Ports & Harbors ‘INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF 689 *V A $40 PORTS & HARBORS/3-8 MARCH/[anchor]/3MAR1969/ MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA 3000/SIXTH BIENNIAL $20 CONFERENCE’ (A1) cancelling 5c Ports & Harbors on Royal illustrated ports & harbours FDC. [Not 1st Day Cancel] $30 $15 690 *F A 1970 Centenary of Local Government Wagga Wagga NSW illustrated Excelsior generic cover with adhesive tied by special $25 of 20MAR 1970, unaddressed. $25 691 *V A A1 1970-71 9th Australian Jamboree ‘9TH AUSTRALIAN $30 JAMBOREE/29DEC1970-9JAN1971/29DEC1970/ $10 LEPPINGTON [New Endeavour] NSW 2900’, on 1c, 5c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. $40 $20 1971 5th Plastic Surgery Conference 22FEB1971 strikes on 692 *F A 2c & 4c on addressed plain cover. $12 $20 $25


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1972 Lions 7c desert pea cancelled with ‘LIONS INTERNATIONAL MULTIPLE DISTRICT 201/[swan, Lions logo]/ 12MAY1972/20th CONVENTION PERTH WA. 8000 MAY 812.1972’ on illustrated souvenir cover. 1973 Rotary Club of Wonthaggi Penguin Parade illustrated cover with AAT 2c Penguin block of 4 tied by pictorial ‘Phillip Island Cowes Penguin Parade’ cancel 30 APR 1973, unaddressed. 1973 Sir Colin Mackenzie Sanctuary ‘SIR COLIN MACKENZIE SANCTUARY/30AUG1973/[platypus & lyrebird]/ HEALESVILLE 3777’ (A1) cancelling 7c agate on illustrated APO souvenir cover (bold heading type), unaddressed. 1974 Parramatta Philatelic Society 25th Anniversary illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Parramatta cds 11DE74, unaddressed. 1977 Royal Visit 18c on ‘ROYAL JUBILEE PERFORMANCE/ TASMANIA MILITARY TATTOO, 1977’ cover, cancelled with ‘[crown]/EIIR/ROYAL VISIT/14MAR 1977/HOBART TAS 7000’, APM #5997. [Only 1268 covers cancelled at Hobart.] 1978 National Stamp Week ‘[Postie & Clocktower]/27SEP1978/ MELBOURNE 3000/National Stamp Week’ on Stamp week minisheet in Stamp Week booklet. 1980 Stamp Week set of 8 capital city cancels cancelling 22c stamp week se-tenant strip on mounted mailman covers. 1981 Moomba Festival 22c PSE with Pictorial postmark 9 MAR 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Gold Rush Era set of 3 APO FDC’s for the Gold Rush Era issue with Pictorial cancels for Bathurst, Gympie & Coolgardie. - set of 4 on ‘Camel Mail Re-enactment’ FDC cancelled with ‘COOLGARDIE/20MAY/1981/WESTERN AUSTRALIA - P.O’ duplex. 1981 Centenary of Port Fairy Post Office illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Commemorative Port Fairy cancel 21 August 1981, with ‘Carried on Port Fairy Post Office Centenary Coach Run’ cachet at left, unaddressed. 1981 International Year of Disabled Persons illustrated cover with 24c tied by Prospect SA cancel 16 September 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Anpex 82 Overprint on Outward Bound PSE cancelled First day Brisbane Philatelic Sales Centre 16 SEP 1981, unaddressed. 1981 150th Anniversary York Western Australia 24c Botanical Congress PSE with Commemorative York cancel 16 Sep 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Cooktown Orchid 24c PSE cancelled with Pictorial Cooktown of 28 Sep 1981 (First Day), unaddressed. 1981 Port Augusta Yacht Club ‘YACHTING IN AUSTRALIA/SA 5700/[yacht]/PT.AUGUSTA YACHT CLUB CENTENARY’, cancelling yachting set of 4 on APO FDC 162. 1981 40th Anniversary Air Training Corps 24c PSE cancelled with Pictorial postmark 10 NOV 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Rotary International Pacific Regional Conference illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Pictorial cancel Melbourne 26 November 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Christmas Stamp Fair 24c PSE with Pictorial cancel Adelaide 15 NOV 1981, unaddressed. 1981 28th VPA Congress 24c PSE with Pictorial VPA cancel 14 NOV 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Tasmanian Fiesta illustrated Yachting cover with Yachting set tied by commemorative Tasmanian Fiesta Hobart cancel 20DEC 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Sovereign Hill ‘SOVEREIGN HILL GOLD MINING TOWNSHIP/9DEC1981/BALLARAT 3350’, cancelling 22c Gold rush set across 4 Sovereign Hill illustrated souvenir covers. 1982 Sydney Showground 24c Waratah PSE with Pictorial Sydney Showground cancel 2 APR 1982, unaddressed. 1982 75th Anniversay of Telephone Service Sarina Qld 27c Cooktown Orchid PSE with Pictorial cancel 2 Jun 1982, unaddressed. 1982 Dimboola Railway Centenary 27c PSE with Pictorial Dimboola Railway Centenary cancel 3 JULY 1982, unaddressed. 1982 75th Anniversary Fremantle Post Office 27c WA Kangaroo Paw PSE with Fremantle Market Street commemorative cancel of 22 July 1982, unaddressed. 1982 SA Philatelic Assoc 9th Annual Congress illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Pictorial cancel 8AUG1982, unaddressed. 1982 Transpex Exhibition illustrated cover with Pictorial Transpex cancel 4 AUG 1982, unaddressed. 1982 Greetings From Santa Claus Christmas set of 3 tied to illustrated cover by Christmas Hills Tas commemorative cancel 24 Dec 1982, unaddressed. 1983 Australia Day illustrated cover with 27c se-tenant pair tied by Dorothea Mackellar Memorial Gunnedah NSW cancel 26JAN 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Historic Fire Engines illustrated cover with 27c Fire Engine tied by Melbourne Fire Museum cancel 12 January 1983, carried by Lady Don cachet at left, unaddressed. 1983 Moomba Festival illustrated cover with 27c se-tenant pair tied by Moomba Festival commemorative cancel 28FEB 1983, unaddressed. 1983 Centenary of Completion Melbourne - Sydney Rail Link illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Pictorial cancel 14 June 1983 and carried on Steam train from Sydney to Melbourne, unaddressed.

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1983 GPO Perth Diamond Jubilee illustrated cover with 30c Explorers set tied by Diamond Jubilee GPO Perth commemorative cancel of 26 SEPT 83, unaddressed. 1984 Olympic Games ‘[Willy the Koala]/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/25 JULY 1984/ADELAIDE 5000’ on Olympics 30c values on APO FDC with ‘track’. 1984 Sydney GPO ‘G.P.O. SYDNEY/N.S.W./2000/ 21SEPT1984/[GPO Sydney]’ on 1c AAT Ships on GPO Sydney Maxi Card printed for Sydpex ‘88. 1984 Victorian Anniversary set of 5 cancels on Victoria’s Anniversary covers in gold embossed pack, all unaddressed. 1985 Royal Melbourne Show illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Pictorial cancel 19 SEP 1985, unaddressed. 1986 Stamp & Coin Show set of three illustrated covers for the Sydney International Year of Peace Show with special cancels and show cinderella attached. (3) - set of three illustrated covers for the Sydney International Year of Peace Show with special cancels. (3) 1987 Cuppex 50c Cuppex tied to APO Platypus FDC by opening day cancel in green, Exhibition label in blue, unaddressed. 1987 Formula 1 Grand Prix set of 4 AP souvenir covers overprinted by the South Australian Philatelic Council & each bearing one of the 4 Pictorial day cancels, 12NOV (Formula Ford), 13 NOV (Formula 2), 14NOV (Touring Cars) & 15NOV (Formula 1). 1988 Aeropex set of 3 Postcard Admission Tickets with $1 Aeropex Framas tied by appropriate special cancels. (3) 1988 Stamp & Coin Show Melbourne set of three hand illustrated covers by WEG with his 60c Living Together Armed Forces tied by Stamp & Coin Show commerative cancel 1 May 1988, original stamp designer artwork. 1988 Sydpex National Stamp Exhibition set of nine illustrated covers each with 50c Sydpex frama tied by daily cancels from July 30 to last day 7 Aug 1988, all unaddressed. (9) 1988 Sydpex Sydney Monorail illustrated cover carried on inaugural passenger journey with special monorail cancel 21JUL 1988. 1988 Philatas 37c Possum on Philatas ‘89 pre-exhibition label (blue background) on APO FDC, Hobart FDI cds (28 Sept 88) Cat $50, unaddressed. 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. 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. 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. 1998 Aeropex 98 Goodwill Greetings to the People of Adelaide from your Sister City of Himeji cover franked with 45c Ninjemys oweni cancelled by ‘ADELAIDE/18MAR1998/S.AUST 5000’ (A1).

AUSTRALIA | Autographed Covers Gerard Healy on South Melbourne Football Club env. 744 *F A $10 745 *F A Tony Liberatore - on Footscray Football Club env. $15 $5 $5 $10 $5 $5 $10 $5 $5 $10 $5

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AUSTRALIA | Advertising Covers AFL 2002 window cover with football AFL logo. 746 * A 747 * A Australia Cricket Board c.2000 window cover with ‘ABC’ logo and ‘Tyrell’s Wines’ logo uncancelled. 748 * A Australian Basketball Federation Incorporated 2001 window cover with kangaroo and basketball logo. 749 * A Australian Clay Target Association Inc 2002 window cover with logo 750 * A Australian Paralympic Committee 2002 window cover with Paralympic logo Australian Yachting Federation Inc c.2000 cover with yacht 751 * A logo. 752 * A Canberra Raiders 2003 cover with Raiders logo. Fremantle Football Club 2002 cover with Fremantle logo and 753 * A ‘Alinta Gas’ official sponser logo. Hang Gliding Federation of Australian 2003 window cover 754 * A with logo. 755 * A Kelly Sports Pty Ltd. 2001 cover with logo of football, tennis, cricket, basketball. Platypus Sporting Goods 2002 cover with the ‘The Cricketers 756 * A Ball’ Logo. Queensland Cricket 2002 window cover with logo 757 * A 758 * A Royal Australian Institute of Parks and Recreation c. 2000 cover with logo. St Kilda Football 2002 cover with Saints logo and shield. 759 * A 760 * A Tailered Marine Accessories Pty Ltd 2002 cover with marlin logo. Victorian Cricket Association 2002 window cover with red 761 * A meter. 762 * A Western Australian Cricket Association 2002 window cover 763 * A - 2002 window cover with swan, bat and ball in logo AUSTRALIA | Postal History 1905 use of GB ½d on underpaid PPC (cricketers) from England 764 *F A (Chertsey duplex) to Sydney, 1d Pdue (BW #D21) applied on face.

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1907 use of Vic 1d pink, cancelled with ‘PARKVILLE/AP26/07/ VICTORIA - MCCC/35’ (B2) duplex on plain cover to Hobart, Tas, with oval ‘T “2d”‘ (A1-) & bearing 2d NSW removed postage due, P12, filing holes. 1914 use of 1d Roo (torn) on NSW 3d Registration Envelope (H&G #C13), cancelled with poor framed Luddenham of JA22/ 1914, red & black N1 label. Nice mixed state Commonwealth usage. 1915 use of 2d grey cancelled with ‘[LATE] FEE/415P290C15/ SPENCER ST VIC.’ on London Bank of Australia embossed cover to Brisbane, small opening tears and a couple of toned spots at upper right. 1920 OHMS State Electoral Roll card to Laidley Qld, with 1½d red-brown KGV affixed and UNCLAIMED LAIDLEY handstamp at right and Dead Letter Office Brisbane 13 SE20 cds in red at left. - neat small cover with 2d orange KGV BW #95 tied by Melbourne machine cancel 27OC 1920. - cover to Wonthaggi with 2d orange KGV tied by Melbourne cds 29DE20. 1921c use of 2d orange KGV, cancelled with part machine, on Shell Spirit front to Brisbane. 1925 use of 1d green, cancelled with Melbourne machine of 12MR 1925, on Cremation Society of Victoria cover to Kew, backflap missing, slightly reduced at top. 1927 use of 1½d red KGV, cancelled with Melbourne Krag of 4JE27, on cover to South Australia, includes letter on The Round Table letterhead sheet. 1928-32 Ladies’ Envelopes [1] 1928 use of 1½d red KGV on lilac 95x62mm cover; [2] 1932 use of 2d red KGV on cream 109x81mm cover. 1929 use of 3d green airmail Type B & 1½d WA Centenary franking airmail cover, cancelled with ‘PERTH. W.A./OCT5/4PM/ 1929’ (B1) machine, to Fullarton Estate, SA. 1930 use of 1½d WA Centenary, cancelled with Krag ‘[MELBOURNE]/10APR30 330PM/VIC - SAY IT BY/ TELEPHONE’, on cover to North Norwood, SA, some discolouration towards base. - use of 1½d red KGV x3 from Melbourne on air cover to Port Hedland, ‘MUNDABULLANGANNA/17SEP30/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (B1 - TO from 1919 to 1935) arrival on back. 1932 use of 5d brown KGV Small Multi P13½x12½, cancelled with ‘PERTH/13JAN/1932/1245AM/W.A.’ (A1) machine, on “Per Aerial Mail” endorsed cover to Yalbago Station, via Carnarvon. - 2d red KGV, cancelled with ‘MANLY/SP15/1PM/1932/N.S.W.’ (B1) machine, on plain cover to Adelaide. 1935 use of 2d red ANZAC, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/12/ 5P29AP35/VIC’ (A1-), on long OHMS Dept. of Commerce cover to New York, with octagonal ‘T/16⅔C’ (A1) & ‘DUE/4/CENTS’ (B1-), also bearing US 2c red Postage Due pair. - use of 2d Jubilee with 2d red KGV pair & 1d green KGV, cancelled with ‘REGISTERED/14AU35/SYDNEY.N.S.W’ (B1) on long cover to Queanbeyan, with blue C6 registration label, some toning, several short closed tears along bottom edge. - (Dec 28) use of GB ½d & 1d Jubilee, both with ‘Ship’s Mail’ typed on them, also cancelled with ‘M.V. GORGON’ in violet & Fremantle PAQUEBOT machine, to NSW. 1937 use of 2d red KGV, cancelled with ‘LEICHHARDT/ 26JA37/N.S.W.’ (A1+) on Urquhart cover endorsed “OR/TAX 3D/ Pd”, 1d & 2d Pdues on face. [Officially Registered.] - 5d brown KGV, cancelled with ‘CAIRNS/11A27JA37/QLD’ (B1), on Australian-Oriental Line cover to Ashfield, NSW. 1938 use of 1d green QE Die I, cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/ 430PM/4 18MAY 4/1938/S.A. - SEND A TELEGRAM’ (A1-), on Queensland Insurance Co cover to Prospect, SA. - use of 1½d red-brown KGV x3 with ½d orange KGV, cancelled with ‘REGISTERED BRISBANE/130P 4JL38/QUEENSLAND’, on cover with blue C6 registration label, backstamped with ‘MARYBOROUGH/15JY38/QLD.’ (A1-) arrival, some light toning at top. - use of 5d KGV, cancelled with ‘SHIP MAIL ROOM/545P 3AU38/MELBOURNE’ (B1), on plain cover by airmail to London, GB. [5d Airmail rate to British Empire valid from 1st Aug 1938 to September 1939] 1940 use of 1/6d Hermes, cancelled with ‘G.P.O. SYDNEY/AIR/ 1045A21JE40/5/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1) on air cover to Durban, South Africa, ‘OPENED BY CENSOR’ label at left tied by ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/S.19’ (A2), Durban arrival of 12VII40 on face. [This cover was intended to go on the first flight on the “horseshoe” route, which left on 19/6/40.] 1940s use of stampless airmail cover bearing light straight-line ‘PASSED FREE/OF POSTAGE’ (B1) in purple with ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A1) in blue & tombstone ‘FROM H·M·SHIP/[logo]/ PASSED BY CENSOR/SIGNATURE·DATE’ (B1) also in blue, some mild creasing & toned at either end. 1941 use of 2½d surcharge KGVI cancelled by Melbourne machine of 17DEC1941 & bearing ‘LYTTELTON/16JA427PM/N.Z’ arrival, incorrectly endorsed “1st Day Cover”. 1942 use of 1d green & 2d red cancelled with light ‘COOROW/ 8DEC42/WESTN [AUSTR]ALIA’ (A2-) on cover to USA, ‘5./ Opened by Censor.’ label at left tied by violet boxed ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR 3’ (B1). 1949 use of 2½d von Mueller, with Egyptian 17m green, cancelled with ‘PAQUEBOT/28JU49 4-PM/PORT-SAID’ (A1), on cover to East Finchley, London.

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1956 use of 3d green QEII cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/10-PM/7 25MAY 7/1956/N.S.W.AUST. - CENTENARY OF/ RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT/NEW SOUTH WALES/22ND MAY 1956’ (A1) on cover to Parramatta. 1957 Registered long cover to Melbourne with adhesives tied by Edinburgh Airfield cds 21 Ja 57. 1960 use of 1d slate QEII, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 27APR/930PM/1960/VIC-AUST - BLOOD DONORS/ARE/ URGENTLY NEEDED’ (A1), on plain cover bearing ‘DEPARTMENT OF TH[E ARMY]/CONCESSION/710/ P[OS]T[AGE] RATE’ (A2), opened out for viewing, trimmed at top including top edge of stamp. 1969 use of 6d Kookaburra on WCS Kookaburra souvenir cover with 24c on face and 6c on back as 6d Kookaburra not accepted for postage, blue ‘KYOGLE’ registration label. 1990(C) stampless cover with Express Courier label.

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$25 AUSTRALIA | Flight Covers 1929 Perth - Kalgoorlie Registered cover with adhesives tied 798 *F A by Perth machine cancel JUN 4 1929 and backstamped $16 Kalgoorlie 4 JE 29, intermediate flight AAMC 137a. $35 1930 Derby - Wyndham Registered cover with adhesives tied 799 *F A $10 by Derby cds 11 JUL 30 AAMC 164. $50 800 *F A 1930 Hall’s Creek - Broome Registered cover with adhesives cancelled by fine Hall’s Creek cds 14JL 30, scarce intermediate $8 flight AAMC 165a. $90 1931 Australia - England ‘COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA/ 801 *F AAUSTRALIA - ENGLAND/FIRST OFFICIAL AIR MAIL FLIGHT/ $12 From/MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA TO/LONDON/EMGLAND/ APRIL/1931’ (A1-) cachet backstamped on cover franked with 1/- emerald & 6d chestnut Small Multi Roos along with 3d green $15 Airmail & 2d red Kingsford-Smith, all cancelled with ‘YARRAVILLE/545P20AP31/VIC’ (A1), AAMC #188, Cat $50+, slight toning. $80 $30 802 *F A 1934 Melbourne - Portland Autogiro Post Card with cachet at left and numbered AAMC 461. $50 1938 Australia - New Guinea - Australia Boomerang cover, 803 *F A AAMC #812, Cat $50. $35 $8 804 *F A 1940 Australia - New Zealand long illustrated Tasman Empire Airways cover for flying boat service, cancelled Melbourne 1MY40, AAMC #900, Cat $100. $55 $65 - 5d merino on plain airmail cover cancelled with ‘ROCKDALE/ 805 *F A245PM/1MAY/1940/N.S.W. AUST.’ machine, to Wellington, NZ, sent by 1st flight of Trans-Tasman service, backstamped with $40 part NZ slogan, AAMC #900, Cat $100, some very minor toned spots. $40 $5 806 *F A 1945 Australia - Fiji - Australia cover to Fiji with adhesive tied by Sydney cds 17NO45, outward cover signed by pilot O Denny with return flight cover to Sydney with Fiji adhesive tied by Suva cds 18NOV45, fine pair of Flying boat covers AAMC 1014 & $30 1015. (2) $150 807 *F A 1952 Australia - South Africa illustrated cover with special cachet in violet AAMC 1307. $20 808 *F A 1952 South Africa - Mauritius illustrated Qantas cover with $10 South African adhesives tied by Johannesburg cancel 6IX 52 with Port Louis backstamp 6 SEP 1952 and purple cachet at lower left Intermediate flight AAMC 1308a. $20 $20 1956 Austria - Australia Austrian Olympic Postcard with 809 *F A Special Olympic postmark Vienna 16 XI 1956 and backstamp with Melbourne Olympic Village pictoral postmark 22 NOV 1956, $20 AAMC 1361a. $50 1958 Australia - New Zealand - Australia boomerang 810 *F A $25 commemerative cover with Australian and New Zealand Kingsford Smith adhesives and special cachets AAMC 1394&5. $20 811 *F A 1959 Australia - USA Illustrated Qantas Boeing 707 cover with $5 Commerative postmark AAMC 1406. $10 812 *F A 1959 Fiji - Australia illustrated Qantas cover with Fiji adhesives tied by Nadi Airport cds 2 AU 59 and backstamped Sydney 2 AUG 1959 Intermediate flight AAMC 1407a. $25 1964 50th Anniversary Flight Melbourne-Sydney, AAMC 813 *V A $25 #1522, Cat $15, on Wesley illustrated cover franked with 1st Airmail set cancelled ‘MELBOURNE/8A16JY64/25/VIC-AUST’ (A1), with oval ‘AUSTRALIA’S FIRST AIRMAIL/ 1914[wings]1964/50TH ANNIVERSARY FLIGHT’ (A1) cachet in $50 purple, to Norwood SA with neat typed address. $10 1965 Austria - Manila Registered Special flight envelope for 814 *V A Qantas Austria to Sydney flown on Intermediate to Manila with Pictorial Postmark AAMC 1547a. $30 815 *F A 1969 Minlaton - Adelaide illustrated cover for Harry Butler Commerative flight with Commerative cancel AAMC 1647. $15 $25 1976 Melbourne - Pacific illustrated 50th Anniversary flight with 816 *F A adhesives tied by Melbourne cds 27SE76 with various cachets, vignette and Pilot’s signature handstamps on reverse AAMC #1800a. $15 1976 Solomon Islands - Melbourne illustrated 50th 817 *F A $10 Anniversary flight with Solomon Island adhesives tied by Honiara cds with various cachets, vignette and Pilot’s signature handstamps on reverse Intermediate flight AAMC #1800b. $25 $4 818 *F A 1976 Norfolk Island - Melbourne illustrated 50th Anniversary flight with Norfolk Island adhesives tied by Norfolk Island cds 6 OC 76 with various cachets, vignette and Pilot’s signature handstamps on reverse Intermediate flight AAMC #1800b. $25 $12 1981 Albury - Wodonga Golden Anniversary of the Tiger Moth 819 *F A flight with commerative cancel Albury 7 June 1981 AAMC 1914. $10 1981 France - Australia illustrated TAA Airbus cover with 820 *F A $60 adhesive cancelled by commerative cancel 13 July 1981 AAMC 1917. $10


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1981 Bute - Snowtown PSE cancelled at SA Philatelic Congress 16 AUG 1981 with triangle flight cachet at left AAMC 1921. 1981 Sydney - Brisbane illustrated TAA Airbus cover with adhesive tied by commerative Sydney cancel 7 September 2000 AAMC 1926. 1984 Australia - NZ - Australia illustrated boomerang cover AAMC 1978. 1984 Australia - PNG - Australia illustrated boomerang cover AAMC 1983. 1988 CSR Hinkler Bicentennial Air Race Bundaberg Philatelic Society cover, cancelled at Archerfield, Cloncurry, Bundaberg & Archerfield, AAMC #2063, slight crease at left.

AUSTRALIA | Military - World War II Period 1940 use of ½d roo x2, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/15APR/ 826 *F A430AM/1940/VICTORIA - EAT APPLES/FOR HEALTH’ (A1-) machine, on cover to Richmond, with straight-line ‘2nd Australian General Hospital/A.A.M.C., 6 DIV.’ (A1-) in purple & boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (A1) in purple, some mild tone spots. 827 *F A - use of 1d green AIF, cancelled with Tamworth roller of 14 NO, on cover to Geelong, Vic, with straight-line ‘NO. 6 E.F.T.S./ ROYAL AUSTRALIAN/AIR FORCE/TAMWORTH, N.S.W.’ (A1). 1941 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/3/11828 *F AAM/8JAN/1941/N.S.W.AUST. - DEFENCE FORCES/MAIL/NO POSTAGE REQUIRED’ (B1), on cover to Wollongong, NSW, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/151’ (B1) in purple. 829 *F A - use of ½d roo x2, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/430AM/10JLY/ 1940/VICTORIA’ (A1-) machine, on Returned Sailors and Soldiers League cover to Castlemaine, Vic, with boxed ‘12TH GARRISON/DATE / / /BATTALION’ (B1) in purple. 830 *F A - use of 1d green QE Die I, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/10/11PM/ 9DEC/1941/10/N.S.W. AUST’ (A1-) machine, on OHMS cover to Ultimo, with double-oval ‘AREA/1C.../RANDWICK’ (A2) in purple. 1942 use of lettersheet (type IVc - 250m a.w. 5/41) from 13A 831 *F APOW Camp, Murchison to Italy, violet ‘SERVICE OF PRISONERS OF WAR’ (A1), boxed ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/ v147...’ (A1) and double-circle Italian censor all in violet & on face. 832 *F B - use of 1½d green KGVI, cancelled with poor Goulburn machine, on OHMS Dept. of Army cover to Maryborough, with double-oval ‘AREA/3A.../GOULBURN’ (A1) in purple, some mild toning. 1944 use of illustrated Clarrie King envelope ‘I’ve been putting 833 *F Aon weight lately’ with 1d QM tied by Chatswood machine cancel 22 JUN 1944 and mss “RAAF Concession Rates”. 834 *F B 1951 use of GB ½d x2 & 1d x2, cancelled with British doublecircle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/2MY/51/414’ (A2 - Wilhelmshaven), violet ‘AUSTRALIAN MILITARY MISSION/10/GERMANY’ on face. AUSTRALIA | WWI Military Postmarks 835 *F B A.I.F. Camp P.O. use of stampless OAS YMCA cover, cancelled with double-circle ‘A.I.F.CAMP.P.O./A/AU6/18/3’ (C1 - Fovant Rated NS by Proud) to Victoria. 836 * A- A1- - double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP P.O/+/12NO/18/17’ (Weymouth, Littlemoor Camp, Dorset), on plain OAS cover to Second Valley, SA, with letter included. 837 D A A2 English Camps 2 strikes of double-circle ‘BOVINGTON CAMP/11.15AM/10NO/16/POOLE’ on GB 1d red pair. 838 * A A2 - framed ‘WORGRET [CA]MP/*30[AP]/17/POOLE’ on stampless OAS YMCA cover to Mildura, Victoria. 839 D A B2 - skeleton ‘HARD[COTT] CAMP/3.PM/8MR18/SALISBURY’ (sic - error for Hurdcott) on GB 1d red. AUSTRALIA | WWIII Military Postmarks 840 * A A1- A.F.P.O. ‘A.F.P.O./30AU45/NO25.’ (Coomalie Creek, NT), on 4d Koala, on Salvation Army air cover to Melbourne, with doubleoval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/595’ (A1-) in purple. [Rated 50 by Proud] 841 * B B1 A.I.F. Field P.O. light strike of ‘A.I.F.FIELD P.O./17NO41/NO.9.’ (Khassa, Palestine), on 9d brown Platypus on cover to Elwood, Vic, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1736’ (A1-) in purple, edge wear. [Rated 200 by Proud] 842 D A A1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./4JA42/NO.17’ (Kluang, Johore), on Johore 1c x6, 2c x7 & 5c on part airmail front. [Rated 250 by Proud] 843 * A A1- - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./25AU44/NO.22.’ (Windola, Qld), on 4d Koala, on air cover to Tatts, with ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/730’ (A1). 844 * A- ‘A.I.F. FIELD. P.O./6JA43/29.’ (Mingenew, WA, ERD), cancelling 1d red-brown QE x4, on registered cover with boxed FPO 29 Registration handstamp in purple (B2), to Sydney, also bearing light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/690’ (A1-), backstamped with poor WA transit, some edge wear. [Rated 80 by Proud] 845 * B- B2 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./15SE42/32.’ (NSW), on 1d red-brown QE, on large part envelope with ‘[AUST]RALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/ [PASS]ED BY CENSOR/461’, some mild toning. 846 * A B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./15SE44/54.’ (Kairi, Qld) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tasmania, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/83’ (C1) in purple. [Rated 15 by Proud] 847 * A A1- Air Force P.O. ‘AIR FORCE P.O./31JY45/21’ (Darwin, NT) on 4d Koala on cover to Hawthorn, Vic, with double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/683’ (A1-).

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848 * A- A1- - ‘AIR FORCE P.O./4AP45/28.’ (Fenton, NT), on 1d purplebrown QE to Ultimo, NSW, with double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/ 245’ (A1-) in purple, trimmed slightly at left. 849 * B C2 Army P.O. ‘ARMY P.O./14AU43/0103.’ (Cairns APO, Qld), on 2½d scarlet with 1d purple-brown QE x2 on air cover to West Brunswick, Vic, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/3419’ (A1-) in purple, some mild water damage & closed tear at top edge. 850 * A A1 - ‘ARMY P.O./4NO42/0110.’ (Brisbane - Victoria Barracks) on stampless air cover to Melbourne, with registration label & straight-line ‘I2 FD. AMN. DEPOT/BROOK HILL’ (A1) in purple, backstamped with clock ‘RECEIVED/3NOV42P.M./QLD L. OF C./??/?’ (C1). [Rated 150? by Proud - while not endorsed airmail this clearly had to have gone by air.] 851 * A B1 - light ‘ARMY P.O./7AU43/0126.’ (Mataranka, NT), on 4d Koala on plain air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/537’ (A1-). [Rated 60 by Proud] 852 * A A1 Aust Adv Base P.O. ‘NO.3 AUST ADV BASE P.O./ 1200HRS25JA44/A’ (Townsville, Qld) on 3d brown KGVI on cover to New York City, USA, with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/3278’ (B1) in purple. 853 * A B1 Aust Army P.O. light ‘AUST ARMY P.O./10MY45/197.’ (Morotai, DEI), on 3d brown KGVI, on air cover to Melbourne, Vic, with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORC[ES]/PASSED BY CENSO[R]/553’ (B2). [Rated 100 by Proud] 854 * A A1 - ‘AUST ARMY P.O./20SE44/229.’ (Fenton, NT), on 4d Koala, on Salvation Army air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/2403’ (A1-) in purple. 855 * A A1- - ‘AUST ARMY P.O./2MY45/230.’ (Darwin APO, NT), on 4d Koala, on ACF cover by air to Melbourne, Vic, with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/537’ (B1). 856 * A A1 - ‘AUST ARMY P.O./18MR45/231’ (Noonamah, NT), tying 4d Koala to Tatt’s cover, bearing boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/239’ (A1-) in purple & light circular ‘1/AFCC’ (A1-) in purple. [Rated 50 by Proud] 857 * A A2- - ‘AUST ARMY [P.O.]/1MR45/235.’ (Adelaide River, NT), on 4 Koala, on air cover to Tatts with light Passed by Censor 120. 858 * B B1 Aust Army Postal Stn ‘AUST ARMY POSTAL STN/??DE47/ 497’ (Kure, Japan), on stampless BCOF air cover to Surrey Hills, Vic, some edge wear. [Rated 100 by Proud] 859 * A- A1 Aust Base P.O. ‘NO3. AUST BASE P.O./0300HRS6JA45/B’ (Brisbane, Qld) on 4d Koala, on cover to Port Lincoln, SA, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4165’ (A1-), some light creasing. 860 * A- B2 - ‘NO7 AUST BASE P.O./1800HRS??/C’ (Lae, NG), on 3d brown KGVI, on ACF cover to Tatts with ‘7MAR1945’ received handstamp & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/1077’ (B2) in purple, closed tear along top edge. 861 * A- A1- - ‘NO.8. AUST BASE. P.O./27AP50/C’ (Kure, Japan) on 3d brown KGVI, on cover to Campbelltown, Aust, some light toning. 862 * A- A2 - ‘NO.8.AUST BASE.P.O./20JA52/C’ (Tokyo, Japan), on stampless British Commonwealth Forces cover to Melbourne, Vic, some slight toning. 863 * A A1 - ‘NO.8.AUST BASE.P.O./10JA54/C’ (Kure, Japan), on stampless air cover to Sydney, NSW. [Rated 75 by Proud] 864 * A A1- Aust F.P.O. ‘ARMY P.O./7MY43/0117.’ (Noonamah, N.T.), on ACF cover to Geelong, with blue C6 registration label, franked with 4d Koala, 2½d scarlet KGVI & 1d purple-brown QE, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/306’ (A1-) in purple. 865 * B A1 - AUST F.P.O./11MR43/149.’ (used at Murgon, Qld) on 4d Koala on air cover to Melbourne, ‘ALBERT PARK S.C.6/ 12NOON15MR43/VIC.’ (A1+) transit on face, boxed violet ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/386’ (A2) also on face, opened roughly at left. 866 * A B2 - ‘AUST F.P.O./23SE43/167.’ (Merauke, Dutch New Guinea), on 3d brown KGVI, on cover to Manly, NSW, with boxed light ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ 2058’ (A1-) in purple. [Rated 150 by Proud] 867 * A- A1 - ‘AUST F.P.O./21NO44/190.’ (Adelaide River, NT), on 5½d Emu, on air cover to Adelaide, SA, with diamond ‘4/PASSED/BY/ CENSOR/20’ (A1) in purple, circled ‘1/AFCC’ (A1) in purple & sealed at left with ‘4/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in red on white, bit grotty. 868 * A- B1 - ‘AUST F.P.O./10JE44/190.’ (Adelaide River, N.T.), on 4d Koala on airmail cover to Hawthorn, Vic, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/1224’ (A2-) in purple, couple of tone spots, roughly opened. 869 * B B1 Aust Unit Postal Stn ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/29JY45/432’ (A1- backstamp, Atherton, Qld) on 6d Kookaburra & 1d purplebrown QE on Australian Technical Schools cover, with boxed ‘AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/Reg’d No. __’ (B1) in purple & boxed ‘ARMY POSTAL/CONCESSION RATE’ (A1) in purple, some light toning, small closed tear on front. 870 * C A1 Base P.O. ‘BASE P.O./13JE40/B.W.1.’ (Jerusalem, Palestine), on Palestinian 10m grey x6 on large part ACF cover to Tingha, NSW, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]No.79’ (A2-). [Rated 200 by Proud] 871 * B B1 - ‘BASE P.O./12AU41/B.W.1’ (Gaza, Palestine) on 9d Platypus on ACF air cover to Prahran, Vic, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/ CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3191’ (A1), edge wear & toning around stamp. [Rated 125 by Proud]

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- ‘BASE P.O./6JE42/B.W.I.’ (Barbera, Palestine), on stampless YMCA cover to Manly, NSW, with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./2135’ (A1-). [Rated 200 by Proud] B B1 Div. H.Q. P.O. ‘DIV. H.Q. P.O./28NO40/D.M.1’ (Ikingi Mariut, Egypt), on 10m carmine x7, on cover to Manly, NSW, with double-boxed ‘PASSED BY UNIT CENSOR/217’ (A1-) in purple, edges worn, some slight toning. B C1 Div. Supply H.Q.P.O. ‘DIV.SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./18AP40/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine), on stampless cover to Melbourne, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No.80’ (B1) in purple, a few minor faults. [Rated 150 by Proud] A- B1 - ‘DIV SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./9MY40/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine) on OAS cover to Woollahra, NSW, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No. 380’ (A2) in purple. [Rated 150 by Proud] A A1- Field P.O. ‘FIELD P.O./9MY45/098.’ (Lae, Gravel Pits), on 3d brown x2, on Salvation Army registered air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4167’ (A1-) in purple & boxed unit registration handstamp. [Rated 200 by Proud] A A2 - ‘FIELD P.O./16JY43/0136.’ (66½ Mile Camp, NT), on 1d purple-brown QE, on airmail lettercard to Moonee Ponds, Vic, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/161’ (A1-) in purple. A- A1 - ‘FIELD P.O./28OC42/0138.’ (HQ AA Group Port Moresby) on “NO STAMPS AVAILABLE” endorsed OAS cover cancelled with poor boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/2742’ (C1), cover has strong vertical fold and some minor toning. A A1- Field Post Office ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/13SE42/021.’ (Townsville, Qld) on 4d Koala on cover to Brisbane, Qld, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/3172’ (A1) in purple. A B1 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/10FE45/035’ (Wondecla, Qld) on 4d Koala & 3d brown KGVI on cover to Tatts with boxed ‘R/AUST ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/F.P.O. No”35”/NO_’ (A1-) in purple & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4163’ (B1) in purple. A A1 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/10AU44/036.’ (Ravenshoe, Qld), cancelling 4d Koala & 1d purple-brown QE x3 on plain air cover to Tatts, bearing boxed ‘R/AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/F.P.O. No. 36/NO...’ (A2+) in purple & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ 3996’ (A1-) in purple, mild creasing. [Rated 80 by Proud] A B2 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/5AU44/072.’ (Adelaide River, NT), on 3d brown KGVI & 1d purple-brown QE x4, on air cover to Tatts with blue C6 registration label affixed over boxed ‘AUS[TRALIAN]/MILITARY [FORCES]/PASSED BY [CENSOR]/ 750’ (A2) in purple. A B1 - ‘AUST F.P.O./19OC44/174.’ (Kairi, Qld) on 3d brown & 1d purple-brown, on ACF cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/”FPO 174”/Reg’d No. _’ (A1). B A1- R.A.A.F. Base P.O. ‘NO11. R.A.A.F. BASE P.O./27AU45/ PACIFIC’ (Morotai, DEI), on 3d brown KGVI, on air cover to Kooyong, Vic, with double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/976’ (A1-) in purple, some light creasing. B B1- - ‘NO11.R.A.A.F. BASE P.O./1AU45/PACIFIC’ (Morotai, Dutch East Indies) on 3d brown KGVI on ACF cover to Melbourne, Vic, with double oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/956’ (B1) in purple, significant chunk torn out of top edge. [Rated 60 by Proud] B A1- Unit Postal Station oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/20NOV1943/ 106’ (10/48 Inf Bn, Darwin, NT), on 4d Koala, on ACF cover to Broken Hill, NSW, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/1123’ (A1-) in purple, small closed tear, some creasing. [Rated 75 by Proud] A- A2- - boxed ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/S104/25NOV1942’, on 1d redbrown QE, on cover to Harvey, WA, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/1479’ (A1-, allocated to WA) in purple, couple of light toned spots, small closed tear at top. [Rated 100 by Proud] A B1- - double-oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/16AUG1943/S.194’ (103 Tank A/T Regt, NT) in purple, on 4d Koala on ACF cover by air to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/524’ (A1-) in purple. [Rated 100 by Proud] A C1 - double-circle ‘UNIT POSTAL/STATION/17MAR43/W2’ (25 Cav Regt, WA, extends LRD by 2 months) in purple, on 1d purplebrown QE, on ACF cover with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/305’ (A1-) in purple, cover torn at left. [Rated 100 by Proud] A- C1 - distorted double-circle ‘UNIT POSTAL/STATION/2AUG43/ W14’ (WA - 11Bn 13Bde), on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Tatts, with light ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/1320’ (A1-), small part of backflap missing. [Rated 100 by Proud]

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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Registration Labels 891 Ainslie - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x8 Aranda - blue C6 x2 Australian National University - blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 Barker Centre - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 892 Garran - blue C6 x2 Ginninderra FCT - red C4 Ginninderra ACT - blue C6 Hackett - blue C6 Harman - blue C6 x2 Harmon - blue C6 Higgins - blue C6 Hughes - blue C6.

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Hall NSW - red (C1, C2) Hall FCT - blue C6 Hall ACT - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2. Jamison Centre - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Jervis Bay NSW - red C4, blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 Jervis Bay ACT - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2.

AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Datestamps 895 D A A1 Belconnen: ‘BELCONNEN/4-P18FE85/ACT-2617, on 24c & 6c Frama. PO 4/12/1978. $25 896 * A A2 - 12-hour clock ‘BELCONNEN/2617/4DEC1984/PRIORITY/ PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. 897 * A A1 Canberra (2): ‘CANBERRA/28JAN1983/ACT 2600’ (Closing Day), $30 on unaddressed 27c Pink Heath PSE. Renamed from Acton PO 2/6/ 898 D B2 899 * A A1

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Civic Square: violet 12-hr clock ‘CIVIC/SQUARE 2608/ 21MAR1985/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on cover to Strathfield.

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Duntroon (1): ‘DUN[TR]O[ON]/30AU21/AUSTRAL[IA]’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/9/1917; closed 31/12/1930. Hall: ‘HALL/-1AP85/ACT-AUST’, alongside 33c. PO 1/6/1888. Harman: ‘HARMAN/14NO84/A.C.T.-AUST’, on 30c cut-out. PO 22/6/1943; closed 31/10/1988.

Kingston: ‘KINGSTON/24AP72/A.C.T-AUST’ (arcs 4,3½ - A1 backstamp) on 7c & 25c pair on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Canberra East PO 1/10/1944. Lyneham: ‘LYNEHAM/16MR62/ACT-AUST’ (ERD) on 2/- on Business reply Envelope with straight-line handstamp (A1) on blue provisional registration label. PO 1/2/1961. 21FE76/ACT-AUST’ (time turned-off) on Lyons: ‘LYONS/ stampless Money Order Advices envelope. [Time not recorded by Hopson & Tobin.] PO 31/1/1967. Tuggeranong: ‘TUGGERANONG/1230P14DE87/1/ACT 2900’ opening day of new building on 37c Platypus PSE, unaddressed. PO c.1976.

Woden: ‘WODEN/25OC83/ACT-2606’, on 22c & 9c.

NEW SOUTH WALES 1850 Sydney Views With Clouds Hard Greyish or Bluish 913 G APaper 1d crimson-lake 4 touching margins, SG #9, Cat £325, thin at base. 1850 Sydney Views Plate I Later Impression 2d dull blue 4 914 F A even margins, SG #18, Cat £150, cancelled with BN ‘54’ (A2 reversed 4) of Carrington. 915 F A 1850 Sydney Views Plate III 2d dull blue, 3½-margins, cancelled with BN ‘86’ (B2) of Gayndah, Moreton Bay District. 916 F A 1851 Sydney Views Plate V Hard Greyish Wove Paper 2d ultramarine 4 good margins, SG #36, Cat £150. 917 F B - 2d dull blue 4 good to large margins, SG #37, Cat £150, repaired tear in BRC. 1850 Sydney Views Soft Yellowish Wove Paper 3d yellow918 W A green reprint on thick card of unknown status, unusual. 919 F A1850 Sydney Views Bluish to Grey Wove Paper 3d yellowgreen, 4 close margins, SG #42, Cat £225, creased BLC. - 3d emerald-green 2½-margins, SG #43, Cat £225. 920 G B 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate I No Wmk Blue to Greyish 921 F A Medium Paper Worn Impression 2d ultramarine, 4 good margins, SG 56. 922 V A - 2d Prussian blue 3½-margins, SG #57, Cat £32. 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate II No Wmk Bluish Medium to 923 G A Thick Wove Paper 2d indigo 4-margins (1 touching), SG #61, Cat £90, [Pos 11]. 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate II - Van Dyke Reprints 2d blue 924 W A [Pos 11] on thick hard paper. 925 F A 1854 Imperf Laureates Wmk Double-Lined Numerals 1d orange-vermillion, SG #83, Cat £23, 4 close margins. - 2d chalky blue 4-margins with WALES partly covered by wavy 926 G A lines, SG #86a, Cat £60, cancelled with BN ‘23’ (B1) of Wollongong. 927 F A 1854-59 Imperf Large Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d deep slate, SG #89, Cat £35, 4 good margins. - 6d slate-green 4-margins, SG #91, Cat £35. 928 G A 929 F A - 6d fawn four good margins Wmk 6 inverted SG 93. 930 F A - 6d grey 4-margins, SG #94, Cat £55. - 6d olive-grey 4-margins, SG #95, Cat £35. 931 V A932 F A- 6d greyish brown 4-margins, SG #96, Cat £35, toned corner, cancelled rays (2a) ‘32’ (A2- rated PPP) of Berrima. 933 V A - 1/- pale red, 4 margins, SG #100, Cat £70. - 1/- pale red 4 good margins, SG #100, Cat £70, nice pre934 V A printing fold in TRC.

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 935 F B 936 F A 937 F A 938 F A 939 F A- B3 940 F A- D2 941 F A A1 942 * 943 *

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1856-59 Imperf Registered Bluish Paper (6d) orange & Prussian blue 2-margins other 2 touching, SG #106, Cat £180, couple of small faults. 1856-60 Imperf Small Diadems Recess Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 2d blue, SG #112, Cat £10, 2 margins. - 2d blue, 3 margins, SG #112, Cat £10. - 3d yellow-green, four close margins, SG #115, Cat £80. 1860-63 Registered Perf 12 Bluish Wove Paper (6d) orange & Prussian blue, SG #119, Cat £60, slightly soiled. 1860-63 Registered Perf 13 (6d) rose-red & Prussian blue, SG #124, Cat £60, manufacturer’s wmk visible, mild thin. 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 13 1/rose-carmine SG 168. - 1/- carmine, SG #169, Cat £85, pulled perf at base. 1863-69 DLR Wmk Single Lined 2 Perf 13 2d pale blue SG 192. - 2d Prussian blue SG 194 with imperf at left. 1867-93 DLR Wmk Single-Lined Numeral 4d red-brown SG 203. - 10d lilac P13 Optd ‘Specimen’ SG 205s, hinge remainder. - 10d lilac P11 SG 206. - 10d lilac P10, SG #206a. 1871-1902 Wmk 1st Crown/NSW 2d Prussian blue P13, SG #209, Cat £45, part o.g. - 3d yellow-green P13 wmk inverted, SG #211, Cat £48. - 5d bluish green, P10, SG #215, Cat £22, Wmk Inverted. - 8d yellow, SG #218, Cat £17, marginal wmk double lined ‘SW’, cancelled with light Sydney of OC29 1879, trimmed perfs all round to resemble imperf, trimmed TLC. 1882-97 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d orange P10 SG 223a. - 1d scarlet P11x12, SG 223f. - 2d Prussian blue P10 SG 225. - 5d dull green P10 SG 231. - 5d blue-green Diadem P11 SG 233b. - 5d blue-green P11 SG 233b with Wmk Inverted. - 5d blue-green P12 with wmk from edge of sheet SG 233b. - 5d blue-green P12x11, SG 233d. - 6d pale lilac perf 10 SG 234, some creases. 1888-89 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d lilac SG 253. - 1d lilac SG 253 with Wmk Inverted. - 1d mauve SG 253d with Wmk Inverted. - 2d chalky-blue SG 254e with Wmk Inverted. - 6d carmine SG 256 with Wmk Inverted. - 6d carmine P12 SG 256b. - 1/- violet-brown P12 SG 258cc. 1890 Allegorical 2½d ultramarine SG 285. 1897 Charity 1/- green & brown, SG #280, Cat £40. 1897-99 Jubilee Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 2d deep dull blue, P12, SG #292b. 1897 Coin Reissue 5/- reddish purple, P11, SG #297c, Cat £48, short perfs up right side. 1898-99 Centenary New Colours 6d emerald-green, P11x12, SG #297f, Cat £32, vertical crease. - 6d orange-yellow P12 SG 297gb with Wmk Inverted. 1897-99 Chalk-Surfaced Paper Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW Perf 12x11 9d on 10d dull brown SG 309. 1902-03 Chalk-Surfaced Paper Wmk 3rd Crown/NSW Perf 12x11½ ½d blue-green, Type I, P12x11½, SG #313 (BW #N1b), block of 6 with perf ‘OS’, 3**/3*, some minor toning. 1903 Commonwealth Wmk V/Crown 9d brown & ultramarine, SG #330, Cat £15, couple of lightly toned perfs.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Revenues 978 ** A B1 1929-66 Stamp Duty Wmk GNSW: 1d yellow-orange marginal single. NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 979 *** A 1877 Queen Victoria 1d rose on white, 117x72mm, 9mm centre bar of border, HG #3a. 1883 No Border 1d+1d rose on white footnote 102mm, HG #4a. 980 *** A 1890-92 Altered Heading 1d violet H&G 9 with printed message 981 *F A for Mcmurtrie & Co used in 1898. 982 *** A- 1d violet on cream with type 1 flower at left, overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’, HG #9s, corners trimmed, mild water staining. 1897 Jubilee 1d carmine Die I on cream, HG #19, light corner 983 *** Acrease. 1901 Wider Arms 1d+1d carmine on cream, HG #24. 984 *** A 985 *F A - H&G 24 used to Newcastle in 1903. NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1911 Arms Without Text on Back HG #A10, cancelled with 986 *F ASydney machine of NO18 1911, water stain on face. NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 987 *** A1870-87 QV 1d dull rose on laid paper with seal on curved flap, size a, HG #B1, with 19x2mm diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’ (Hutson type 7), minor faults. 988 *** A - 1d dull rose on laid paper with no seal on pointed flap, size a, HG #B1b. 989 *** A1888 New Colour 1d brick red on white size a, HG #B3, mild water staining. 1888 Centenary 1d violet (indicia 10mm from top) on white laid 990 *** A paper pointed flap size a, HG #B4. 991 *** A - 1d violet (indicia 6mm from top) on white laid paper pointed flap size a, HG #B4. 992 *** A - 1d violet on blue laid paper curved flap size a, HG #B4c. 1895 New Value ½d grey size a, HG #B6, water stained. 993 *** B 1897 1d Arms HG #B7, with extra 1d tied by fine numeral ‘371’ 994 *F A of Canberra with cds of JY 1899 at left.

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NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 995 *F C OHMS Returned Letter 1903 use of stampless DLO envelope to Kogarah, spotty. 1883 Overprinted ‘OS’ in Black 1d dull rose size a, HG #DB1, 996 *** B water stained. 1888 New Colour Overprinted ‘OS’ in Black 1d brick-red size 997 * Aa, gothic ‘On Her Majesty s Service’ on face and seal on flap, HG #DB3, mild water staining. 998 *** B 1888 Centenary Overprinted ‘OS’ 1d violet (indicia 10mm from top) on white, pointed flap, size a, HG #DB4, triple-oval ‘N.S.W’ CTO cancel from presentation sets, filing hole. 1883 ‘OS’ in Die 1d dull rose size a, HG #DB6, water staining. 999 *** B - 1d dull rose size a, HG #DB6, mild water staining. 1000 *** A1001 *** B 1888 New Colour ‘OS’ in Die 1d brick red size a, HG #DB7, water staining.

$20 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) $50 1002 *** A 1888 Centenary 1d violet on blue laid paper pointed flap size a, HG #KB3. $80 $25 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1893 Local Printing 3d rose size G, no imprint under flap, HG $25 1003 *V A#C10, cancelled with ‘PARK STREET/OC13/96/N.S.W - 924’ $30 (B2) to Tatt’s, spiked. 1898 Flaps on Front 3d rose on cream size G, half-moon flap, $20 1004 *F AHG #C11a, 2d blue cancelled with ‘GRAFTON/FE5/ $25 NOON/02/N.S.W - 90’ (B1), to Tatt’s. $20 1005 *F B - 3d rose on cream size G, curved flap, HG #C12a, 2d blue cancelled with poor West Maitland duplex of OC26/04, to Tatt’s. $10 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Wrappers $25 1006 *F B 1888 Centenary 1d violet on vertical laid paper, HG #E4, to $25 Frere Road, Bombay, a bit soiled and tear on face. $35 $20 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal History 1847 inwards GB cover to Sydney with Holborn - Bars straight $15 1007 *F Aline handstamp in red Paid double circle 30JY 1847, manuscript $25 1/- in black and backstamped SHIP LETTER SYDNEY NSW DE $25 5 1847. $15 1862 use of 2d DLR P12 on OHMS wrapper, cancelled with ‘F/ $35 1008 *F AAP25/1862/SYDNEY - N.S.W’ (13 days after FDI!), unframed $6 ‘KEMPSEY/MY3/1862/N.S.W’ (C1), brown gum has discoloured $10 the stamp. $10 1867 use of 1d pale red wmk 1 (SG# 195) pair, cancelled with $15 1009 *F Ashort-lived duplex ‘E/JY29/1867/SYDNEY - N.S.W.’ (B2 -large $60 N.S.W. - used for only 10 months), light ‘SCONE/JY30/ $40 1867/N.S.W’ backstamp. $55 1868 use of 2d pale blue wmk 2 (SG# 192), cancelled with short$15 1010 *F Alived duplex ‘C/AP6/1868/SYDNEY - N.S.W.’ (B2 - large N.S.W. $30 - used for only 10 months). 1907 roughly opened Commercial cover with 1d tied by 1011 *F B $5 Haymarket of 9 SP07, with fine illustration of Anthony Horden and Sons Department Store on the Historic slope of Brickfield $24 Hill. $24 NEW SOUTH WALES | Registration Labels $40 1012 Gadara - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Galymont - blue C6 x2 $20 Galong - blue & black provisional C1 x2, blue & black (C4, C5 blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Galore - blue & black provisional C1, blue provisional C6, blue $60 C6 Galston - red provisional C4, light blue & black C5 - black $6 numbers, blue C6 x4 Ganmain - black & orange N1 NSW at top, blue & black (C1 x2, C4, C5 - black numbers), blue C6 x2 Garah - blue & black (C1, C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & $15 black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Garden Island - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x7 Garden Suburb - blue provisional C6 $25 Garema - blue C6 x2 $20 Garland - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Gateshead - blue C6 $15 Gee’s Wharf - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Geneva - blue provisional C6 $15 George’s Creek - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Georges Hall - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 $8 George’s Plains - orange N4, red (C1 x2, C2), blue & black C5 $15 - blue numbers x2, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 $20 George Street - red provisional C4 x2, blue & black provisional (C1 x2, C4) George Street North - red provisional C4, blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, $15 blue C6 x9 George Street West - red C1, blue & black (C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers) Broadway - provisional on blue & black ‘GEORGE ST. WEST’ $30 C5 blue numbers x3. $10 $10 $10 $10 $12 $5 $30

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Georgetown - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Georgica - blue provisional C6 x2 Gerogery - blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 Gerogery West - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers Gerrington - blue provisional C6 Gerringong - blue C6 x2 Gerroa - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Geurie - red (C1, C2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Ghinni Ghinni - red provisional (C1 x2, C2), blue & black C5 blue numbers Giant’s Creek - red provisional C1, red C4, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 Gibsonvale - blue C6 x2 Gidginbung - blue & black C2 Gilgai - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Gilgandra - blue & black (C2, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Gilgooma - red C4, blue C6. Gilmore - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Gingkin - blue provisional C6 x3 Girilambone - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Girral - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Girralong - blue provisional C6 Girraween - red C4, blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Girvan - blue C6 Gladesville - red provisional C1 x2, red (C2, C4), blue & black provisional C1, blue & black (C1, C2), light blue & black C5 black numbers, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x4 Gladstone - blue & black C1 x2, blue C6 x2 Glanmire - blue C6 Glebe - red provisional C2, red (C1, C4), blue & black (C1 x4, C2 x2, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x4 Glen Alice - red provisional C2, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Glenbrook - blue & black C4, blue C6 x3 Glencoe - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Glendale - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Glen Davis - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2. Glendonbrook - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Glenfield Military P.O. - blue C6 Glenfield - blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Glenhaven - blue C6 Gleniffer - blue C6 Glen Innes - red C1, blue & black (C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers x3), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x5 Glen Martin - blue C6 Glen Morrison - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Glennies Creek - blue C6 x2 Glen Oak - blue C6 Glenorie - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Glenreagh - blue & black (C1, C4), blue C6 x2 Glenthorne - red provisional C2, blue provisional C6 Glenwarrin - blue provisional C6 x2 Glen Williams - red C4 Glossodia - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6, home-made. Gloucester - blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Gobarralong - blue & black C2, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Godfrey’s Creek - red & black C4, blue provisional C6 Gol Gol - red provisional C1, blue & black provisional (C1 x3, C2), blue C6 Gollan - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Golspie - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x2 Gongolgon - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Goodnight - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Goodooga - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Goolgowi - blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Goolma - blue & black (C1, C4), blue C6 Goolmangar - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Gooloogong - blue & black (C1, C4), blue C6 x2 Goondah - red provisional C1, blue & black provisional (C1, C2), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Goonellbah - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Goonengerry - blue provisional C6 x2 Goonumbla - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2.

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Gordon - red provisional C4, red C4, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x5 Gore Hill - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Gorokan - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Gosford - blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x6 Gosford East - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Gosford North - blue provisional C6 Gosford South - blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x2 Gosford West - blue C6 Gosforth - red C4 Goulburn - red (C1 x4, C4), blue & black C4, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x9 Goulburn Base Hospital - blue C6 Goulburn South - blue C6 x2 Goulburn View - blue C6 x2 Goulburn West - blue C6 Grabben Gullen - red & black C4, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6. Grafton - red (C1, C2), blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x5 Grafton North - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Grafton West - blue C6 x2 Grahamstown - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Graman - red C2, blue C6 x2 Granville - red C4, blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x5 Granville North - blue C6 Granville South - blue C6 x2 Gravesend - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Grawin - blue C6 Grays Point - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Greenacre - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x4 Greenthorpe - red & black C4, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Greenthorpe Farm - red C4 Green Point - blue provisional C6 Greenhill - blue provisional C6 Greenlands - blue & black C1, blue C6 Green Pigeon - blue provisional C6 Green Valley - blue C6. Greenlands - complete red C1-3 sheet of 25, attached to interleaving, some water staining. Greenwell Point - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Greenwich - red C4, blue & black C1, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x5 Gregadoo - blue provisional C6 x2 Grenfell - red provisional C1, red (C1 x2, C2, C4), blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Gresford - red C4, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Greta - red provisional C4, red C4, blue & black C1, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Greta Military P.O. - blue provisional C6 x2 (plus modified Rutherford Mil PO), blue C6 x5 Greta Camp - blue C6 Gretamain - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Greystanes - blue C6 Grevillia - red provisional C4, blue & black provisional C1 x2, blue C6 Griffith - red C4, blue & black provisional (C1 x2, C2), blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers x3), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x10 Griffith West - blue C6 x2 Grogan - blue provisional C6 Grong Grong - blue & black (C1, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2. Grose Vale - blue C6 x2 Grosewold - blue provisional C6 x2 Grosvenor Street - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Guildford - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black (C1, C5 blue numbers x2), light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x6 Guildford North - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Guildford West - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Gulargambone - blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Gular Rail - blue C6 x2 Gulgamree - red C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers Gulf Creek - blue & black C4, blue provisional C6, blue C6 Gulgong - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black (C1 x2, C4, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2, homemade Gulpa - red C4 Gum Flat - blue & black C5 - blue numbers x2, blue C6 x2 Gumly Gumly - blue C6 Gum ?an? - blue provisional C6 Gunbar - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Gundagai - blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x4.

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Gundaroo - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Gunderman - blue & black C4 Gunarene - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Gundillon - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Gundurimba - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Gundy - light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 Gungal - light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Gunnedah - red (C1, C2), blue & black (C1, C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x5 Gunning - blue & black provisional C2, blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Gunningbland - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Gurley - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Gurrundah - red & black C4 x2, blue C6 Guyra - black & orange NSW at top ammended from Salisbury Plains, red provisional (C1 x4, C2), blue & black provisional C5 - blue numbers x2 (ammended from Delungra and Uralla), blue & black C4, light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Gwabegar - blue C6 x2 Gwandalan - blue provisional C6 Gwynneville - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Gymea - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 Gymea Bay - red C4, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2. Haberfield - blue & black provisional C1 x2, blue & black C5 blue numbers x2, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Halfway Creek - blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Halliday’s Point - blue provisional C6 Halton - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Hamilton - red (N9a very scarce, C1), blue & black (C4, C5 blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x5 Hanging Rock - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Hamilton South - blue C6 Hammondville - blue C6 x2 Hammondville East - blue C6 Hampton - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Hannam Vale - blue & black C5 - blue numbers x2, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Hanwood - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Happy Jack - blue provisional C6 Harbord - blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x4 Harbord West - blue provisional C6 x2. Harden - red C4, blue & black provisional C1 x2, blue & black (C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Hardy’s Bay - blue C6 x3 Hardys Mill - blue provisional C6 Harefield - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 Hargraves - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Harnleigh - blue & black (C1 x2, C2), light blue & black C5 black numbers Harrington - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Harris Park - red provisional C4, blue & black (C1 x2, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Hartley - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x3 Hartley Vale - red C4 Harwood Island - blue C6 x4 Hatfield - blue C6 Hat Head - blue provisional C6 x2 Hay Military P.O. - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Hay - red C1, blue & black (C1 x2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x3 Haymarket - red & black N1 - NSW at top, red (N6, C1 x3, C2, C4 x4), blue & black (C1 x4, C2 x2, C5 - blue numbers x2), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x11. Hazelbrook -light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Hazelgrove - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 Heathcote - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Heckenberg - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Heddon Greta - blue & black C4 Helensburgh - blue & black (C1 x2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Helensburgh North - blue C6 x2 Henty - red provisional C4, red (V2b, C4), blue & black C5 - blue numbers x3, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x3 Hermidale - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Hernani - red N7, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Herne Bay - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Herne Bay Navy P.O. - blue provisional C6 Herne Bay South - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 Hewetson’s Mill - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers Heron’s Creek - blue C6 x2 Hexham - red C1, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Hibbard - blue provisional C6 x2.

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Hillsdale - blue C6 Hilldale - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Hill End - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Hillgrove - blue & black C1, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Hillston - red provisional C4, red C4, blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x3 Hill Top - blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Hinton - red provisional C4, blue & black C4, blue C6 Hobby’s Yard - red C1, blue & black provisional C1, blue C6 Holbrook - blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x3 Holdsworth Military P.O. - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x4 Hollydeen - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 Holmwood - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Holsworthy Military P.O. - blue C6 x3 Holts Flat - blue provisional C6 x2 Homebush - red & black N1 - NSW at top, red provisional (C1, C4), blue & black provisional C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black provisional C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x2 Homebush West - blue & black (C1 x2, C4), blue C6 x2 Homebush South - blue C6 x3 Home Rule - red provisional C1, blue provisional C6 x2 Hopefield - blue provisional C6. Holdsworthy Camp - red & black N3, very scarce. Hornsby - red C4 x2, blue & black C4, light blue & black C5 blue numbers x2, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x8 Horsheshoe Creek - red C4 Hornsby Heights - blue C6 Hornsby Northgate - blue C6 Howlong - blue C6 x3 Horsley - blue & black provisional C1, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Horsley Park - blue C6 Hoskinstown - blue C6 x2 Howes Valley - red provisional C4, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Hoxton Park - red C1, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Hughstonia - blue & black C5 - blue numbers x2 Hume Military P.O. - blue provisional C6 Hume Reservoir - blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers) Hume Weir - blue C6 Humula - blue & black C2, blue C6 x2. Hungerford - blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6, plus Queensland C6 Hunter’s Hill - red C4, blue & black (C1, C4), blue C6 x2 Hunter’s Hill West - blue C6 x2 Huntingdon - blue provisional C6 Hurlstone Park - blue & black (C1, C5 - black numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x3 Hurlstone Terminus - blue & black provisional (C1 x2, C2), blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x3 Hurstville - red C4, blue & black (C1 x3, C2 x2, C4, C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x9, home-made x2 Hurstville Grove - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6, ammended HURSTVILLE C6, home-made Hurstville South - blue & black provisional C2, blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x4 Huskisson - blue & black C5 - blue numbers x2, blue C6 x2 Hyndman - red provisional C1, blue provisional C6. Ifield - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 Iford - orange & black N1 - NSW at top, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Illabo - blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Iluka - black & orange N1, orange & black N1 - NSW at top, red & black N1 - NSW at top, red C4, blue C6 x2, black parcel label Ingleburn - blue & black (C1 x4, C2 x2, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x4 Ingleburn Military P.O. - blue C6 x8 Innes View - blue provisional C6 Irvine - blue provisional C6 Inverell - red C4, blue & black (C1 x2, C4, C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x5, black parcel label Isabella - blue provisional C6 Island Bend - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2, ammended MT. KOSCIUSKO C6 Islington - blue & black C2, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Ivanhoe - blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2. Iluka - black parcel post sheet of 25, stuck to interleaving, rare. Ironbarks - provisional red & black N1, rare.

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Jackadgery - red provisional C4, blue provisional C6 Jamberoo - red provisional (C1 x2, C2), blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Jannali - blue & black provisional C1 x2, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x4 Jaspers Brush - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Jembaicumbene - blue & black C2, blue provisional C6 Jenolan Caves - blue & black (C1, C2 x2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Jeogla - blue & black C5 - black numbers ammended BINGARA, blue C6 x2 Jerangle - red C4, blue C6 x2 Jerilderie - red provisional C4, red V2b, blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Jerrara - orange N4, red (C1, C2, C4), blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Jerry Bailey - blue provisional C6 x2 Jerry’s Plains - red (C1, C2), blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6. Jerseyville - light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Jesmond - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Jiggi - blue & black provisional C1, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Jimenbuan - blue provisional C6 Jillaby - blue C6 Jindabyne - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Jindabyne Dam - blue C6 Jindalee - red N7 Jindera - blue & black C5 - blue numbers x2, blue C6 x2 John’s River - blue C6 Jones’ Island - blue C6 x2 Jugiong - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Junction Point - red provisional C2 Junction Shaft - blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 Junee - blue & black (C1, C4, C5 - blue numbers x2), provisional blue C6 x2, blue C6 x3 Junee North - blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Junee Reefs - blue provisional C6. Jindalee - red N4-N6 complete sheet of 25, couple of units stained. Reddestone - complete blue C5b blank provisional sheet of 25.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Numerals 1037 * A A1 21: rays (3a) on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘CAMPBELLTOWN/ AP2/1907/N.S.W (A2+) on PPC. Allocated to Campbelltown-PO 1/3/ 1038 S A- B1 1039 S A C1 1040 S C B2 1041 * A B1 1042 * A A1

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23: 1st BN on 4-margins 6d grey Diadem (light thins). [Rated RR] Allocated to Wollongong-PO 1/8/1832. 42: poor BN 4-margins 6d greenish grey Diadem. [Rated PPPP - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Gundaroo-PO 1/1/1848; renamed

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305: rays (2c) on 6d Diadem to Livingstons Creek, Omeo, backstamps include ‘KIANDRA/JY21/1860/N.S.W’ (C2 - ERD by 5 yrs), ‘TUMUT/JY22/1860/N.S.W’ (B1), Gundagai of JY26/ 1860, Melbourne of AU3/1860 & oval ‘OMEO/AU-9/1860/ VICTORIA’ (A1), a bit tatty but nicely illustrates the winter mail route. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Kiandra-PO 16/4/1860; closed 13/10/

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Lanyon-PO 1/5/1860; closed 31/1/1882. 343: rays (3a) on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Albion Park-PO 1/11/ 1861.

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410: rays on 1d Arms on PPC tied with framed ‘W[OLU]MLA/ OC2/1908/N.S.W’ (A3). Allocated to Wolumla-PO 1/8/1864. 529: on 1d Arms. Allocated to Louth-PO 4/8/1873; closed 28/6/1991. 535: 3 strikes of rays on 1d Arms x 3. Allocated to Cobbitty-PO 1/5/

1869; closed 30/10/1993.

544: ‘544’ rays (3a)on 1d Arms Postal Card, tied by poor Bulli of OC5/1901, other cancels are framed ‘BULLI RLY STN/OC5/ 1901/N.S.W’ (A1) & framed ‘SUNNY CORN[ER]/OC6/1901/ N.S.W’ (B2), a few spots. Allocated to Bulli-PO 1/10/1869; closed 14/6/1911.

to Chamber’s Creek-PO 1/7/1872; closed 15/11/1880.

1875; renamed Warrah PO 3/12/1877; renamed Willow Tree PO 1/1/ 1878.

1068 S A A3 1069 D A A1

708: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Tarana-PO 1/12/1873; closed

1075 * B A2 1076 * C A1

renamed Cargelligo PO 15/8/1915.

- BN on 1d Arms & 2d blue pair tied by framed ‘LAKE CUDGELLICO/JU2/1904/N.S.W’ (A2) on registered Tatt’s cover 754: worn rays (3c) on 2½d Allegorical. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Harwood Island-PO 1/2/1875.

914: BN on 2d blue tied with ‘MILLER’S POINT/3JY0610— AM/N.S.W’ (A1) on Freshwater cover to England, squared-circle ‘MARKET-HARBOROUGH/10PM/AU7/06’ (A1+) on face, redirected with 20½mm ‘ABERSTWYTH/630.0M/AU8/06’ (A1) arrival on back. Allocated to Miller’s Point-PO 6/2/1878. 917: 2nd duplex ‘[KI]NG STREET/JA15/3-20·P.M/86/N.S.W 917’ on 1d DLR pair perf ‘JS’ (ERD) of John Sands. Allocated to King Street-PO 11/3/1878; closed 15/8/1964.

1089: ‘LEICHHARDT/AP21/240PM/04/N.S.W - 1089’ framed duplex on 2d blue pair on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to Leichhardt-PO

20/7/1881.

1080 D A A2 1081 * A A2

- ‘1256’ BN on 1d Arms strip of 4 tied by poor framed Hillgrove. 1291: BN with damaged ‘9’ on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘LAWSON/FNO8/1908/[N.S.W]’ (A2) on PPC of ‘Dante’s Glen, Lawson, Blue Mts.’ with view of waterfall. Allocated to Lawson-RO

1085 S A A2-

1088 D A B1 1089 * C A1-

$125 1091 S A A2

$100 $10 $5

$10

734: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Lake Cudgellico-PO 1/9/1874;

1179: BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Captain’s Flat-PO 16/7/1884. 1256: on 1d Arms. Allocated to Hillgrove-PO 1/6/1884; closed 31/5/

1084 * A B1

$15 $5

8/7/1985.

1078 D A A2 1079 S A A2

1083 S B B2

$5

$5

1077 S A A2

1082 S A B2

$10 $5

20/4/1913.

1101: 2 strikes of BN on 1d arms pair tied by framed ‘TIBOOBURRA/JU6/1904/N.S.W’ (B1) on long faulty cover to Hobart. Allocated to Tibooburra-PO 15/10/1881. 1172: ‘[1]172’ BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Kinchela Creek-RO 1/4/

1090 * A A2 $5

Kogarah-PO 1/8/1863.

684: framed duplex ‘[COBAR]/AU15/9.30 AM/08/N.S.W - 684’ on 1d Arms on PPC to Sydney. Message talks about visiting the White Fleet. Allocated to Cobar-PO 1/3/1873. 704: Rays on 1d Arms. Allocated to Haydonton-PO 15/9/1873; closed

1086 S A A2 1087 S A A2 $75 $4

$30

646: rays on 1d arms & 2d blue x2. Allocated to Willow Tree-PO 1/8/

1074 S A A2

$10

Canberra (ACT)-PO 1/1/1863.

1066 D A B1

$10

$10

$10

595: BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Attunga-PO 1/5/1874. 638: ‘638’ rays on 1d Centennial. [Rated PPPP - provisionally allocated to Chamber’s Creek which closed in 1880, therefore an incorrect allocation or an unrecorded re-allocation.] Allocated

1073 * B A1-

$30

Woodhouselee-PO 1/3/1862; closed 31/3/1968.

1064 S A A2 1065 S A B2

$40 $40

$6

1050 S A A2

1063 * B A2

1072 S A C2

Barigandah PO 1/4/1915.

1049 S A A2+ 226: rays (RX) on 1d arms. Allocated to Nelligen-PO 1/1/1859; closed

397: rays (3a) on 2d Emu. Allocated to Lucknow-PO 1/7/1863; closed

$50

$20

225: on 1d arms. Allocated to Barragan-PO 1/1/1866; renamed

1058 D A A2

1071 * A- A1

1858; closed 29/6/1967.

1048 S A A2

390: BN on 1d Arms tied by unframed ‘KOGARAH/AU29/ 1905/N.S.W’ on PPC of ‘Grand Parade, Cork.’. Allocated to

1070 S A A2

$10

206: rays (2a) on 1d red KGV. Allocated to Sackville Reach-PO 1/1/

1057 * B B1

1067 * A A3

1861.

1047 S A A2

1052 S A B2 1053 * A B2

$40

$75

160: framed duplex ‘BEGA/1/OC6/05/N.S.W - 160’ on 1d Arms on PPC of Miss Maude Hobson. Allocated to Bega-PO 1/6/1856. 161: rays on 2d blue (faded). Allocated to Aberdeen-PO 1/6/1861. - rays on 1d Arms, tied by framed ‘ABERDEEN/MR29/ 1906/N.S.W’ (A1), on yachting PPC. 201: Type 5 duplex ‘BURWOOD/FE15/3.33PM/95/[N.S.W] 201’ on creased 1d Postal Card. Allocated to Burwood-PO 1/10/

371: rays (2c) on 1d violet Sydney envelope, addressed to Queanbeyan, backstamped with ‘YASS/OC20/1899/N.S.W’ (A1) & ‘QUEANBEYAN/OC21/1899/N.S.W’ (B1). Allocated to

1061 S A A2 1062 D A B1

Gresford-PO 1/1/1841.

renamed Ballina PO 1/5/1868.

1056 * A A1

1060 * A- A1

$80

128: rays (3a) on 1d Arms on PPC tied by framed ‘LOCHINVAR/ NO13/1907/N.S.W’ (A1-). Allocated to Lochinvar-PO 1/7/1854. 147: rays on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘BALLINA/DE14/ 1906/N.S.W.’ (A1) on Empire real-photo PPC of “On the/ Manning/River”. Allocated to Richmond River Heads-PO 1/1/1856;

356: rays (2c) on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘WOODHOUSELEE/ AU15/1898/N.S.W’ (A2), toning and other faults. Allocated to

1059 D A- A2

Upper Gundaroo PO 16/8/1877; closed 31/12/1891.

61: 1st BN on poor 3d Sydney View. [Rated R] Allocated to

1055 * C A2

$8 $25 $20

$10 $10 $6 $15

1880; PO 16/3/1883; closed 30/11/1993.

$5 $4

1979.

$5 $5

1/9/1880; PO 16/5/1885.

1357: 2 part-strikes of BN on 1d arms pair. Allocated to Boggabilla-

PO 1/9/1886; closed c.1998.

1364: ‘[1]364’ on 2d Emu (faults). [Rated PPP - not seen by Hopson & Tobin - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Dunoon-RO 16/1/1882; PO 1/11/1886.

1385: BN on ½d grey & 1d Arms, tied by ‘GEORGE S[T NOR]TH/NO6/1899/N.S.W’ (C2) on Jolley PPC of ‘NATIONAL PARK, NEAR SYDNEY’ overprinted in red with ‘ISSUED BY AUTHORITY OF THE POSTMASTER GENERAL’, to Germany.

Allocated to George Street North-PO 5/9/1887; replaced by Grosvenor Street PO 7/8/1972. 1452: light BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Jenolan Caves-TO 23/10/ 1886; PO 1/1/1889; closed 31/5/1984. 1479: ‘1479’ on 2d blue. Allocated to Newcastle West-PO 6/9/1889. 1486: on 1d Arms. Allocated to Hurstville Railway Station-PO 17/9/ 1889; renamed Hurstville PO 1/12/1889; renamed Hurstville Business Centre BC 31/8/1992. 1521: BN on 2d blue pair. [Rated PPPP] Allocated to Liddell-PO 16/1/1890; closed 30/4/1931.

1529: light BN on 1½d blue Postal Card tied by framed ‘PLEASANT HILLS/MR81/1901/N.S.W’ (C1), to Switzerland, very spotty. [Rated PPPP] Allocated to Pleasant Hills-PO 1/3/1890. 1568: BN on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘LOWER MANGROVE/ OC14/1907/N.S.W’ (ERD by 5 yrs) on PPC. [Rated PPPP and tie not previously recorded.] Allocated to Lower Mangrove-RO 22/6/

1887; PO 22/9/1890; closed 22/5/1969. 1592: BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Byron Creek-PO 16/1/1891; renamed Bangalow PO 1/10/1894.

$18 $3 $60

$30 $4 $5 $4 $100 $40

$150 $7


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1092 * A B1

1712: on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2 on registered Tatt’s tied by framed ‘LANSDALE/MY28/1901/N.S.W’ (A2) backstamp. [Rated PPPP] Allocated to Lansdale-PO 1/12/1893; closed 15/9/1923. $150 1093 S B C2 1832: 2 strikes of ‘1832’ on very faded 1d strip of 3. Allocated to Airly-PO 5/7/1897; closed 13/11/1920. $15 NEW SOUTH WALES | Datestamps 1094 D A A1 Adamstown: 30mm ‘ADAMSTOWN/100C63/N.S.W.’ on 5d Export. PO 16/4/1877. $4 1095 * A- A1 Addison Road: ‘ADDISON ROAD/1NO56/N.S.W.-AUST’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 6/11/1923; renamed Marrickville Metro PO 14/1/1993. $15 1096 * A Albury (2): PPC of ‘Post Office, Albury’,1d Arms cancelled with ‘ALBURY/AP15/930P.M/06/N.S.W - 50’ (B1). PO 1/2/1847. $8 1097 D A A2+ Alectown: ‘ALECTOWN/1MR40/=N.S.W=’ on 2d red KGVI (cutto-shape). Renamed from Alicktown PO 1/8/1891; closed 30/9/1983. $5 1098 * A B2 Allambie Heights: ‘ALLAMBIE HEIGHTS/12JE81/NSW-2100’ on 10c x2, 22c & $1 pair on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/2/1961. $10 1099 D A A2 Amesbury: ‘AMESBURY/16MY63/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. PO 23/6/1947; closed 30/11/1971. $20 1100 * A- B1 Argenton (2): ‘ARGENTON/27SE36/N.S.W’ (A1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d SA Centenary on cover with provisional blue & black C1 registration label. Renamed from Cockle Creek PO 1/6/1929; closed $12 30/9/1993. 1101 S A A2 - ‘ARGENTON/18NO49/[N.S.]W’ on 1/6d black Hermes. $6 1102 * A B1 Armidale: ‘ARMIDALE/2-P29JY36/N.S.W.’ on 1d green KGV pair & 3d Cable on registered cover to Grafton. PO 1/4/1843. $6 1103 * A A1 Ashfield: ‘ASHFIELD/3JE46/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 6,5½) on 3d on 2½d Envelope with blue registration label number 10000, cutdown relief ‘ AB /3DE46/N.S.W.’ (A1+) arrival of Strathfield on back. PO 1/1/1856. $15 1104 * A A1 - ‘ASHFIELD/12AP51/N.S.W-AUST.’ (arcs 5,3) on 9d Registration Envelope with blue label. $10 Ashley: ‘ASHLEY/11SE47/N.S.W’ on piece. RO 1/7/1898; PO 1105 D A2 20/4/1899; closed 29/12/1978. $6 1106 * A- A1 Auburn: ‘AUBURN/31OC45/N.S.W.’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 16/6/1880. $8 1107 D A A1 Austral: ‘AUSTRAL/31MY83/NSW-AUST’, on 27c cut-out. RO 7/2/ 1894; PO 15/9/1894. $4 1108 D A B1 Australia Square: ‘AUSTRALIA SQUARE/24AU82/NSW-AUST’, on 27c cut-out. PO 4/12/1967. $4 1109 * A A1 - ‘Australia Square Tower/28MAY1992/Australia Square/N.S.W. 2000/[Tower]’ on 45c Frama on unaddressed cover. $5 1110 D A A1 Avoca Beach: ‘* POST OFFICE */-4NOV1991/AVOCA BEACH N.S.W. 2251’, alongside 43c. PO 22/5/1933. $4 1111 * A A2 Balmain: 28mm ‘BALMAIN/24FE59/N.S.W.’ (arcs 4,4) on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue ‘BALMAIN A’ label. PO 1/1/1850. $8 1112 * A Balmoral Beach: Black & white PPC ‘Edwards’ Beach. Balmoral. Sydney, NSW’ real photo, unused. PO 15/6/1936; closed 30/4/1987. $10 1113 D A A1 - ‘BALMORAL BEACH/2MR4[7]/N.S.W’ on 5½d Emu on piece with blank provisional C6 registration label. $15 1114 * A A1 Banksmeadow: ‘BANKSMEADOW/1NO57/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 2/2/ 1937; closed 27/6/1980. $15 1115 D A A1 Banora Point: ‘BANORA POINT/15MR71/NSW-2413’ (postcode changed 1982) on 6c orange. RO 1/11/1920; PO 1/7/1927. $5 1116 A A2 Bardouroka: ‘BARDOUROK[A]/12JY62/NSW-[AUST]’ on 5d blue QEII. PO 15/12/1961; renamed Fingal Bay PO 3/5/1982. $5 1117 * ABargo (2): real-photo PPC of bridge across dry river at Bargo, posted at Picton on JU30/1906. PO 1/1/1875. $10 1118 * A- A2 - 30mm ‘BARGO/4NO35/N.S.W’ (A1 backstamp) on 5d KGV on cover with light blue & black C5 registration label. $20 1119 D A B1 Batehaven (1): ‘BATEHAVEN/19JE70/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5c Watson. TO 23/12/1946; PO 1/1/1950; closed 28/2/1978. $6 1120 * A- A1 Bateman’s Bay (2): 12-hour clock ‘BATEMANS/BAY 2536/ 15DEC1983/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on 50c possum pair, straight-line ‘POSTED INCORRECTLY/OR TOO LATE’ on face. PO 1/4/1862. $8 1121 * A Bathurst: Black & white PPC ‘Bathurst District Hospital’, unused. PO 1/3/1828. $10 1122 * A A2 - ‘BATHURST/2FE51/N.S.W.’ on ½d roo on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue label. $5 1123 * B A1 - mss “BATHURST/R101” on part long cover with ‘BATHURST/ 5JY71/N.S.W-AUST’ (B1) backstamp. $5 1124 * A A1 Bathurst Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. BATHURST/26AU40/N.S.WAUST’ on 1d & 3d AIF on Leek cover with provisional blue C6 registration label, flap closed with ‘FOUND OPEN’ label. PO 23/8/ $50 1940; closed 5/6/1946. 1125 D A A1 - ‘MIL.P.O. BATHURST/28JE41/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2d red KGVI. $5 24AU60 1126 D A A2 Beechwood: ‘BEECHWOOD/ /N.S.W’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from Mortons Creek PO 1/7/1888. $8 1127 * B B1 Bell: ‘BELL/23FE70/NSW-AUST’ on 15c & 20c on reduced Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Mount $10 Wilson PO 9/1/1889; TO 1/7/1979. 1128 D A B2 Bella Vista: ‘BELLA VISTA/?64/NSW-AUST’ on 5d green. PO $15 30/4/1962; closed 4/4/1966. [Snowy Mountains Scheme] 1129 D A B1 Bellata: ‘BELLATA/28SE83/N.S.W.’ on 27c cut-out. Renamed from $4 Woolabra PO 1/3/1909. 1130 * A B1 Bellbrook: 3 strikes of ‘BELLBROOK/27JY81/NSW-2440’ (A1 backstamp) on cover with blue provisional registration label. RO $10 16/1/1882; PO 1/1/1884; closed 10/4/1987. 1131 D A1 Belmore South: ‘BELMORE SOUTH/11FE57/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. PO 1/6/1949; closed 28/4/1994. $4 1132 D B1 Ben Buckler: ‘BEN BUCKLER/12MR47/N.S.W.’ on piece. PO $4 1/10/1935; closed 8/9/1989.

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1133 * A B1

Berala: ‘BERALA/24AU■0/N.S.W’ on 8½d Aborigine on cover with blue registration label. RO 26/10/1925; PO 1/7/1927. 1134 * A C2 Berowra Heights: ‘BEROWRA HEIGHTS/18AU81/NSW-2082’ on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 2/9/1968. 1135 * A A1+ Bexley: ‘BEXLEY/30MY47/N.S.W. AUST.’ (no hyphen) on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/11/1882. 1136 D C A1 Bilpin: ‘BILPIN/4MY51/=N.S.W=’ on 2d purple KGVI (torn). 1137 D A B2 1138 D A2 1139 * A A2 1140 * B B1 1141 D A B2 1142 * A A3 1143 D A1 1144 D A A2 1145 * A B1

31/8/1987.

$3

Boambee (2): ‘BOAMBEE/3MY65/N.S.W. AUST’ on piece. RO

1/6/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1968.

Bob’s Farm: ‘BOB’S FARM/30DE35/N.S.W’ on 1d green KGV & 3d Vic Centenary with blank provisional blue & black C1 registration label. TO c.-/6/1920; PO 12/5/1925; closed 29/12/1973. Bodangora: framed ‘BODANGORA/AU11/1909/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC with stamp removed. Renamed from Daviesville PO 1/2/ 1897; closed 30/9/1968.

Bolton Point: ‘BOLTON POINT/28DE64/N.S.W’ on 5d green QEII. TO c.1927; PO 8/5/1933; closed 27/2/1971. Bondi: ‘BONDI/4SE[81]/NS[W-2026]’ (better backstamps) on 80c & $2 with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1883. Bondi Junction (2): ‘PAID AT BONDI JUNCTION/26MY75/NSWAUST’ in red. Renamed from Waverley PO 11/9/1938. Booker Bay: ‘BOOKER BAY/24MR62/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. RO 15/11/1920; PO 6/4/1923; closed 7/1/1974. Boonoo Boonoo: ‘BOONOO BOONOO/6AU69/=N.S.W=’ (LRD) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 1/6/1887; PO 15/7/1899; TO 1/12/1971; closed c.1973.

1147 D A A1

Bredbo: ‘BREDBO/22MR53/N.S.W.’ on 3½d brown KGVI. PO

1148 * A A1

Brickfield Hill: 12-hour clock ‘BRICKFIELD/HILL 2000/ 25AUG’81/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. PO 1/7/1925; closed 19/2/1982. Broadwater: framed ‘BROADWATER/DE24/1900/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms. PO 16/7/1880. - framed ‘BROADWATER/DE26/1905/N.S.W’ alongside ‘103[3]’ on 1d Arms on PPC to “Mororo Post Office/Clarence River” framed ‘SOUTH WOODBURN/DE27/1905/N.S.W’ (A2) on face. Broadway: ‘BROADWAY/1/13AU37/N.S.W.’ (ERD) on piece.

1151 D A1 1152 * A- B1 1153 D A B1 1154 D A A2 1155 * A A11156 D B1 1157 * A- A1 1158 D A A1 1159 D A A2 1160 * A C2 1161 * A A2 1162 * A A2 1163 * B A1 1164 * A A1 1165 * A- B1 1166 D B1 1167 * A B1-

1168 * A B1 1169 * A C2 1170 * A B2 1171 S A A2 1172 * A A1 1173 * A A1

$15 $4

Bimbi: ‘BIMBI/-3 NO86/N.S.W.’ on 36c Frama. PO 16/3/1883; closed

Bowna: framed ‘BOWNA/FE6/1900/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms. PO 1/5/

1150 * A A2

$5

Renamed from Norwood PO 1/12/1914.

1146 S A A2

1149 S A B2

$10

$10 $30 $10 $6 $5 $5 $6 $30

1869; closed 20/10/1994.

$5

1/6/1875; RO 7/8/1877; PO 16/8/1895; closed 26/7/1988.

$8

Renamed from George Street West PO 1/7/1934.

- ‘BROADWAY/3/31JA51/N.S.W.’ on ½d on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Brownsville: ‘BROWNSVILLE/23JE60/N.S.W’ on 5d blue QEII, cut-to-shape. PO 16/9/1883. Buckaroo: ‘BUCKAROO/17JL51/[N.]S.W’ on ½d roo & 2½d red KGVI. [A registered cover realised $420 in Auction #92.] RO 15/4/ 1912; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1968.

Burgooney: ‘BURGOONEY/30JL86/N.S.W.’ (closing day) on 33c Barrier Reef PSE with Post Office Closed Cachet, unaddressed. RO 13/11/1917; PO 1/2/1921; closed 30/6/1986. Burwood: ‘POSTAGE PAID/3d-3AP5 /BURWOOD/N.S.W.’ (no year wheel) in red (cut-to-shape). PO 1/10/1861. Cabramurra: ‘CABRAMURRA/12JE57/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless PMG cover, folded. TO 17/10/1953; PO 9/11/1953. - ‘CABRAMURRA/19JA87/NSW-AUST’, on 36c Frama. Cambridge Park: ‘[CAM]BRIDGE PARK/?MR61/[N.S.]WAUST’ on 5d blue. TO 31/10/1945; PO 2/1/1953; closed c.1995. - ‘CAMBRIDGE PARK/12FE80/N.S.W-AUST’ (better backstamp) on 20c & $2 on cover with blue registration label Camden: framed ‘CAMDEN/AP8/1908/[N.]S.W’ on PPC with 1d Arms cancelled with ‘30’ BN (B2), address obliterated. PO 1/5/

$5 $6 $15 $5 $8 $10 $60 $5 $10 $20 $4 $4 $7

1841.

$10

PO 1/4/1853.

$15

PO 10/7/1901; closed 30/6/1987.

$15

Camperdown: ‘CAMPERDOWN/30JE42/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV on cover with ‘CAMPERDOWN “234”‘ in lieu of registration label. Canbelego: framed ‘CANBELEGO/SP3/1907/N.S.W’ on PPC with stamp removed. Renamed from Mount Boppy Mine RO 1/1/1901;

Canley Vale: ‘CANLEY VALE/11JE36/N.S.W’ on 5d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1885. Carlton: framed ‘CARLTON/SP18/1916/N.S.W.’ on 1d red KGV on Valentine & Sons coloured PPC of ‘The University, Sydney’.

$10

PO 26/5/1890.

$12 $5

Hill PO 1/3/1976.

$20

- ‘PAID AT CARLTON/— 4NO64/NSW-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). Carr’s Creek Junction: very light ‘CARR’S CREEK JUNCTION/ -22JY70/N.S.W’ (B1 backstamp) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 2/7/1906; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Junction Cascade: ‘CASCADE/14JA36/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. RO 19/7/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 6/3/1980. Casino West: poor ‘CASINO WEST/28JY80/NSW-AUST’ on 35c x2, 60c & $1 on 20c PSE with blue provisional registration label. PO 3/1/1961.

$30 $5

Castlecrag: ‘CASTLECRAG/12JY46/N.S.W-AUST.’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue ‘CASTLE CRAG’ registration label. Replaced Castle Crag PO 1/2/1941. Catherine Hill Bay (2): 2 strikes of framed ‘CATHERINE HILL BAY/NO23/1918/N.S.W’ on marginal ½d green re-joined pair.

$25

Chatswood (2): 12-hr clock ‘CHATSWOOD/2067/16NOV1987/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ in violet on face. PO 1/10/1887. Chester Hill North: ‘CHESTER HILL NORTH/31MR87/NSWAUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. PO

$4

Opened 1/9/1889.

1/7/1965; closed 31/3/1987.

$10

$8


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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Chief Parcels Office: ‘CHIEF PARCELS OFFICE/4/ 12■■20JE56/N.S.W.’ on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Central Square PO 1/11/1933; renamed Railway Square PO 1/10/1965.

1175 * A B1

Chippendale (2): ‘CHIPPENDALE/12OC55/N.S.W’ on 3½d Envelope with blue registration label. PO 19/7/1909; closed 25/10/

1176 D A A2

Chittaway Point: ‘CHITTAWAY POINT/[?70]/NSW-AUST’ on 5c Deakin. PO 11/1/1937; closed 7/3/1979. Chullora: ‘CHULLORA/19AU86/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Great Barrier Reef PSE. PO 23/5/1921; closed

1177 * A A1 1178 * A B1

1991.

30/8/1986.

Clergate: ‘CLERGATE/28SE70/N.S.W.’ on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 1/10/1904; PO 15/10/1906; closed 30/11/1971.

1179 * A A1

Clovelly: ‘CLOVELLY/7AP51/N.S.W’ on ½d roo on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Renamed from

1180 * A B1-

Clovelly West: ‘* POST OFFICE */12OCT1995/CLOVELLY WEST/N.S.W./2031’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/6/

1181 D A B1

Cobbora (2): ‘COBBORA/15AU71/N.S.W’ on 6c. PO 1/4/1862;

1182 * A A1

Coff’s Harbour: ‘COFFS HARBOUR/22AU70/NSW-AUST’ on 5c & 25c on cover with blue registration label. RO 6/2/1882; PO 1/8/

1183 D A A2 1184 * C2

1185 S A B2 1186 * A A1 1187 * A A1 1188 * A 1189 D A2 1190 * A A1

Little Coogee PO 15/1/1914; closed 30/10/1987.

1197 * A A1 1198 * A A1 1199

B1

1200 * A

Coledale: (spaced dateline) on 5d green. RO 1/10/1904; PO 1/7/1907; closed 6/2/1993. Collaroy Plateau (1): poor ‘COLLAROY PLATEAU/15JA 82/N.S.W-AUST’ (spaced dateline - better backstamp) on 45c, 50c & $2 on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/4/1949; closed

1211 * A A1

1212 * A B1 1213 D A A2 1214 D A A2 1215 D A A2 1216 D A C1 1217 S A A2 1218 * A A2 1219 D B1

$5 1220 S A A3 1221 D A B2

PO 1/1/1849; closed 31/5/1988.

$4

1222 D A A2

1986.

$5

1223 D A B2

Collector: framed ‘COLLECTOR/MR18/1913/N.S.W’ on 1d roo. ‘COLLIE/3NO86/NSW-AUST’

Collie: (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. PO 1/10/1862; closed 3/11/ 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. Coogee: Multicoloured PPC ‘Coogee Beach Sydney, NSW’, unused. PO 4/4/1894. Cootamundra: ‘POSTAGE PAID/1D10OC39/ COOTAMUNDRA/N.S.W.’ in red. Renamed from Coramundra PO 1/7/1877.

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.

‘CURBAN/4SE85/N.S.W-AUST’

$20

Dural: ‘PAID AT

PO 3/11/1892.

in red. PO 1/8/1864;

KANGALOON/27JE86/N.S.W’

East Kangaloon: ‘EAST (closing day) on 33c Barrier Reef PSE, with Post Office Closed cachet, unaddressed. PO 1/5/1870; closed 30/6/1986. Eastern Creek: ‘EASTERN CREEK/4DE86/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c PSE, Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. PO 1/3/1859; closed 4/12/1985. Elong Elong: ‘ELONG ELONG/30JE86/N.S.W.’ (closing day) on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, unaddressed. RO 1/6/ 1918; PO 1/10/1919; closed 30/6/1986.

ENMORE/—D 2-FE63/NSW-AUST’

Enmore: ‘PAID AT in red (cutto-shape). Renamed from Stanmore Road PO 1/11/1895. Glen Innes: H&B PPC of ‘Grey St. Glenn Innes’, used 1908. PO 1/8/1854.

‘GOONUMBLA/31OC80/N.S.W-AUST’ (closing

1915; PO 15/2/1916; closed 31/10/1980.

$10 $5 $3 $5 $8

1230 D A B1 1231 * A A1 1232 * A- B1 1233 D A A2 1234 * A B2

1235 D A A2

$5

1236 D A A2

$10

1237 D A A1

$10

1238 D A B1

$10

1239 * A-

$20 $10

Renamed from Carr’s Creek Junction PO 1/3/1976; closed 31/1/1979.

$10

Junction Shaft: ‘JUNCTION SHAFT/25FE58/N.S.W-AUST’ on 4d. PO 6/6/1955; closed 30/5/1959. [Snowy River Scheme] Junee Reefs: ‘JUNEE REEFS/12JE70/N.S.W.’ (LRD by 12 years) on 5c Watson. [The 2nd SDL recorded.] Renamed from The Reefs

PO 1/8/1917; closed 30/11/1971.

Kadungle: ‘KADUNGL[E]/28JE32/N.[S.W.]’ on ½d orange pair. RO 2/10/1922; PO 19/4/1926; closed 31/3/1971.

- ‘KADUNGLE/4NO69/N.S.W.’ (LRD) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Kalang: ‘KALANG/28FE71/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. [Extremely rare - Hopson & Tobin record 1 date only of 1955. This is the only SDL recorded.] Renamed from Middle Kalang PO 1/1/1948; TO 1/2/

1968; closed 31/5/1973.

Kamarah: ‘KAMAR[AH]/9DE24/[N.S.W]’ on 3d KGV. Renamed

from Bygoo RO 15/4/1911; PO 15/4/1912; closed 10/11/1986.

Kangaroo Creek: 26mm ‘KANGAROO CREEK/12AU36/N.S.W’ on 2d Cable. PO 1/9/1874; closed 30/11/1959. Kangaroo Valley: ‘KANGAROO VALLEY/3JY55/N.S.W.’ on 3½d red QEII & 9d Platypus with blue registration label. PO 1/2/

1241 * A C1

1242 * A B2

$15

1243 * A C1

$4

1244 * A A1

$10

1245 D A B1

$40 $40 $5 $15

$100 $5 $10

1870.

$5

Renamed from Kangiara Mines PO 15/12/1923; closed 31/7/1971.

$5

Kangiara: ‘KANGIARA/15??70/[N].S.W’ (LRD) on 5c Namatjira.

Kangiara Mines: ‘KANGIARA MINES/10AP1911/N.S.W’ on damaged front with torn through stamps and 4d Postage Due. [Rare] PO 5/5/1909; renamed Kangiara PO 15/12/1923. Karangi: ‘KARANGI/19JY74/NSW-AUST’ on 7c, 25c & 50c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. RO 16/4/1895; PO 1/9/

$20

1897.

$10

1/1/1886; TO 1/11/1971; closed 20/12/1971.

$12

18/7/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1979.

- ‘KEITH HALL/23DE69/N.S.W.’ on 5c x2 & 10c pair on Fischer cover with blue provisional registration label. Kellyville: ‘KELLYVILLE/14OC36/N.S.W’ on 2d Cable (underpaid by 3d) on blue & black C5 registration label. PO 1/1/ 1889.

Kelvin: ‘KELVIN/4MY64/N.S.W.’ on 5d green. RO 10/3/1897; PO 21/7/1902; closed 29/12/1978.

Kembla Heights: framed ‘KEMBLA HE[IG]TS/AU3/ 19[?]/N.S.W.’ on face of PPC of ‘COALLING, PORT KEMBLA’ (showing railway pier and ships), 1d Arms cancelled with illegible numeral. PO 1/2/1892; closed 30/3/1979. Kemblawarra: ‘KEMBLAWA[RRA]/11DE54/N.S.W- AUS[T]’ on ½d Roo & QEII 3d green. PO 4/9/1945; closed 2/4/1979. Kemp’s Creek: ‘KEMP’S CREEK/31JL50/N.S.W.’ on blank blue provisional registration label. RO 27/3/1925; PO 1/7/1927. Kempsey Heights: ‘KEMPSEY HEIGHTS/3DE84/NSW-AUST’ on 30c. PO 1/2/1951; closed 31/10/1986. Kempsey South: ‘KEMPSEY STH/19OC70/N.S.W-AUST’ (hybrid dateline) on 6c. PO 1/2/1947; closed 30/5/1986. Kempton: framed ‘KEMPTON/MR8/19 2/N.S.W’ & framed ‘LAGGAN/MR6/1902/NSW’ on face of cover to Bolong. Curiously both have been significantly enhanced by the addressee! RO 1/8/1897; PO 1/10/1899; TO 26/3/1945; closed 23/4/

1945.

$5

Harwood Island: framed ‘HARWOOD ISLAND/SP26/[1908]/ N.S.W’ transit on PPC from Lismore, very poor Palmers Island arrival. PO 1/2/1875. Hastings Point: ‘HASTINGS POINT/6AU70/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5c cut-out. Renamed from Cudgera Headland PO 1/3/1950. Hay: HBM PPC of ‘LACHLAN STREET, HAY, Looking NorthWest’, 1d Arms cancelled with ‘HAY/JU8/5·30·P.M/06/N.S.W 245’ (B2). Renamed from Lang’s Crossing Place PO 22/2/1861.

$10

Junction Hill: ‘JUNCTION HILL/4AP78/NSW-2460’ on 18c.

1240 * A A1+ Kenebri: ‘KENEBRI/5MR 71/N.S.W’ (spaced dateline) on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. TO 12/7/1928; PO

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

1206 * A- B2

PO 11/1/1951; closed 30/4/1968. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

Katoomba: framed ‘KATOOMBA/OC22/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC of Rochester Cathedral. RO 1/2/1879; PO 16/8/1880. Keepit Dam (3): ‘KEEPIT DAM/3JA78/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5c wrapper cut-out. PO 9/9/1947; closed 1/6/1976. Keiraville: ‘KEIRAVILLE/4JA89/NSW-2500’ on 25c, 39c & $1 on priority paid cover to Sydney. PO 14/7/1890. Keith Hall: ‘KEITH HALL/11JE38/N.S.W.’ on 1d QE & 2d red KGVI pair on piece with blue provisional registration label. RO

$5

Hargraves: ‘HARGRAVES/29AU86/N.S.W’ (closing day) on 36c Collingwood Town Hall PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Louisa

$8

Island Bend: ‘ISLAND BEND/29MR65/NSW-AUST’ on 5d green.

1227 * A B2

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

1205 * A B1

1859.

$10

1229 * A A1

$40

$8

Inverell: ‘INVERELL/12DE63/=N.S.W=’ on 2/5d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Replaced Byron PO 15/9/

Kars Springs: ‘KARS SPRINGS/13OC69/N.S.W’ (LRD by 5 yrs) on 15c x2 on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO

1228 D A A2

$5

closed 30/8/1996.

1226 * A A1

$5

DURAL/8AP74/NSW-AUST’

Homebush: ‘STATE SPORTS CENTRE/30AUG1996/ HOMEBUSH NSW 2140’ (closing day) on 45c PSE with closure of N.S.W P.O.’s cachet, unaddressed. TO 13/12/1877; PO 1/1/1878;

$20

5/11/1913; RO 1/10/1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1983.

Dubbo PO 1/7/1947; closed 27/2/1987.

1898; renamed Merrylands PO 1/6/1912.

1225 * A A1

$5

Daysdale: framed ‘DAYSDALE/JY20/01/N.S.W’ (day & month inverted) on 2d blue. PO 15/2/1876; closed 27/10/1993. Dubbo South: ‘DUBBO SOUTH/27FE87/N.S.W-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. Renamed from East

1224 D C B1

Holmesville: ‘HOLMESVILLE/26FE71/NSW-2286’ (ERD) on 6c Duigan Bros. Renamed from Estelville PO 1/7/1968; closed 29/10/1993. Holroyd: ‘HOLROYD/JU22/1909/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC from ‘PARRAMATTA’ (A1-) to Merrylands. Replaced Merrylands PO 14/3/

$12

1896; closed 4/9/1985.

Gordon: ‘POSTAGE PAID AT GORDON/2D 23NO38/N.S.W.’ in red (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Lane Cove PO 1/6/1879. Grafton: Multicoloured PPC ‘Post Office Grafton’, used at Grafton. Renamed from Clarence River PO c.1849. Grosvenor Street: ‘GROSVENOR STREET/29AP88/NSW-2000’ (closing day) on 37c platypus PSE, unaddressed. Replaced

1208 * A

1210 * A A1

$5

6/1/1988.

1202 D A2

1207 D A A1

$10

$5

‘COLEDALE/11 DE 64/N.S.W.’

Goonumbla: day) on 22c Kingfisher, on Philas cachet cover, unaddressed. RO 1/7/

1204 * A A1

$30

1890.

1201 * A A1-

1203 * A-

$5

$5

Dawson’s Hill: ‘DAWSON’S HILL/30NO83/N.S.W’ (closing day) on 27c Waratah PSE, with PO Closed Cachet, unaddressed. TO

1196 * A A1

$4

closed 1/8/1985.

1192 * A A1

1195 D B1

$5

$8

Curban: (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Willandra Lakes PSE. RO 16/5/1883; PO 16/7/

1194 * A A1

$8

1938.

1191 * A A1

1193 S A B2

1209 D A A2

$5 $6 $5 $12 $20 $20 $6

$20 $8 $5 $3 $5

$10

$10 Kenmore: framed ‘KENMORE/NO12/1904/N.S.W’ (ERD) alongside very poor ‘1924’ cancelling ½d & 1d Arms on early Graphic PPC of ‘Breakers off North Head, Sydney’. [The 2nd copy recorded.] PO 6/3/1899; closed 27/1/1978. $50 - ‘KENM[ORE]/29JA14/N.S.W’ type 2A, on 1d roo on 4d Registration Envelope (ASC #R2) with red & black Goulburn N1 label. [Very rare - Hopson & Tobin record 1913 only.] $100 - poor ‘KENMORE/12SE32/=N.S.W=’ on 5d Registration Envelope (ASC #R27) with mss “Kenmore/2022” in lieu of label $20 Kenny’s Knob: cut-down relief ‘ DF /5SE56/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/0½d Registration Envelope front with blue provisional label. 1/3/1929; TO 4/12/1982; closed 2/5/1984.

Replaced Surge Tank PO 23/1/1956; closed 27/11/1959. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

- ‘KENNY’S KNOB/3NO59/N.S.W- AUST’ on 4d QEII.

$80 $30


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1246 * B A1 1247 D A A1 1248 D A B1 1249 D A A2

Kensington: (#3E(i) - ERD by 6 yrs) on 30c on cover with blue registration label. PO 16/11/

1898.

$8

on piece. Kentucky South: ‘KENTUCKY SOUTH/21NO63/N.S.W’ on 5d export. PO 3/10/1927; closed 5/9/1975. Kerein Hills: ‘KEREIN HILLS/4NO64/[N.S.W-AUST]’ (LRD) on 5d green. [The first offered by us.] Replaced Tinda Tank PO 3/10/

$4

- ‘KENSINGTON/10SE71/NSW-2033’ (#4(1) - ERD by 4 yrs) on 6c

1949; TO 24/3/1965; renamed Vermont Hill PO 1/2/1966.

‘KERRABEE/27JE69/NSW-AUST’

1250 * A C1

Kerrabee: on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/5/1870; closed 31/8/

1251 * A- A1

Khancoban (3): ‘KHANCOBAN/22FE62/NSW-AUST’ (arcs 6,7) on stampless Money Order Advices envelope. PO 11/1/1960. Kiah: ‘KIAH/3DE69/NSW·AUST’ on 3c, 7c & 20c on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO 1/11/1888; PO 20/9/1892; closed 30/9/

1252 * A A1

1973.

1985.

1253 D A B2

Kialla: ‘KIALLA/[?]58/N.S.W.’ on 4d Christmas. PO 1/1/1890;

1254 * A A1

Kikoira: ‘KIKOIRA/4MR71/N.S.W-AUST’ on 30c on 6c Envelope with blue registration label, Brown cover. PO 3/4/1933; closed 31/5/

1255 D A B2

Kilaben Bay: ‘KILABEN [BAY]/30JA64/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 5d blue. [SDL is very scarce.] PO 22/5/1933; closed 28/9/1973. Killabakh Creek (2): ‘KILLABAKH CREEK/19SE71/NSW-AUST’ (ERD) on 12c & 24c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 16/5/1904; PO 1/4/1907; closed 31/5/1977. Killarney Heights: ‘KILLARNEY HEIGHTS/12JA81/NSW-AUST’ on 2c, 15c, 45c & 60c x3 on cover with mss “K HGHTS” on blue provisional registration label. PO 1/12/1965; closed 30/1/1987. Killingworth: ‘KILLINGWORTH/9AU1946/N.S.W’ on ½d Roo.

1256 * A A1 1257 * A B1 1258 D A A1 1259 * B C2

1260 * A 1261 D A B1 1262 * A B1 1263 D A B1 1264 * A A1 1265 D A A2 1266 * A- C1

1267 * A B1 1268 * A A1

1269 * A A1 1270 D A B2 1271 D A A2 1272 D A11273 D A B2 1274 * A B1 1275 * A- A1

closed 7/5/1969. 1974.

Opened 1/8/1900; closed 11/6/1993.

Kimbriki: poor unframed ‘KIMBRIKI/SE?/1903/=N.S.W=’ (LRD by 28 yrs!!) backstamp on registered Tatt’s cover, 1d Arms x5 cancelled with very poor ‘757’ rays. [Hopson & Tobin record one date only of 1875.] PO 1/2/1875; closed 3/10/1972. - blue provisional registration label on Brown cover, 10c & 15c cancelled with ;WINGHAM/1245 26OC68/NSW-AUST’. Kimovale: ‘KIMOVALE/8OC48/N.S.W-AUST’ (ERD) on ½d Roo. PO 1/3/1945; closed 30/4/1963. Kinchela Creek: ‘KINCHELA CREEK/18SE71/N.S.W.’ on 12c & 24c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 1/4/1880; PO 16/3/1883; closed 30/11/1993.

Kincumber South: ‘KINCUMBER SOUTH/30MY55/N.S.W’ on ½d, 1d & 9d pair on piece with blue registration label. RO 1/1/

1286 D A A1

$6 $6 $10

William Street PO 1/1/1965.

Kings Langley: ‘KINGS LANGLEY/1MA15JA82/NSW-2147’ on 2c,

50c & $1 pair on 22c PSE with blue provisional registration label, Brown cover. PO 3/11/1980. Kingsford: ‘KINGSFORD/1015A1-OC36/N.S.W.’ (opening day) on 2d Anzac & 3d Kookaburra on Jamieson cover with ‘KINGSFORD’ handstamp on blue ‘SOUTH KENSINGTON’ registration label. Renamed from South Kensington PO 1/10/1936. - ‘KINGSFORD/13MY44/N.S.W.’ on 5½d Emu on cover with ‘KINGSFORD’ handstamp on pink paper in lieu of registration label. Kingsgrove (4): ‘KINGSGROVE /145P-8?55/N.S.W-AUST’ (DEPOT removed) on 3½d Cobb & Co. PO 5/8/1940. 13 MY70 - ‘PAID AT KINGSGROVE/ /N.S.W·AUST’ (spaced dateline) in red. 27AP61 Kingstown: ‘KINGSTOWN/ /N.S.W.’ on ½d Roo x2 & 3d QEII. PO 1/5/1875; RO 1/1/1888; PO 1/9/1890; TO 1/9/1979; closed 18/4/1984.

Kingsvale (2): ‘KINGSVALE/4JY48/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 6/6/1904; PO 12/10/1921; closed 21/6/1974. Kioloa: ‘KIOLOA/29AU69/N.S.W’ on 10c & 20c on Brown cover with very late use of blue & black C4 registration label. RO 1/7/ 1912; PO 15/11/1912; closed 31/8/1976.

Kippax’s: ‘KIPPAX’S/1-JY69/NSW-AUST’ (LRD) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record one date only in 1967.] TO 2/11/1922; RO 20/10/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1970.

Knockrow: ‘KNOCKROW/15AU46/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI.

$50

Vale PO 1/12/1888; closed 22/8/1997.

$25

Koorawatha: ‘KOORAWATHA/17JA36/N.S.W.’ on Urquhart cover with rare red N7 registration label. Renamed from Monica

closed 31/3/1980.

Krawarree: ‘KRAWARREE/7JL13/N.S.W’ (ERD) on NSW 3d Registration Envelope, 1d Roo cancelled with very poor ‘471’, red & black N1 label Renamed from Fairfield PO 1/9/1883; closed 27/10/1956.

1292 D A B1

Kundabung: ‘KUNDABUNG/6OC46/N.S.W’ on 1½d QE pair on 2½d Envelope cut-out with blue provisional registration label. RO

$30

1293 * A A2

$10

1294 D A A2

$4

1295 D A A2 1296 * A B1-

$20 $20 $20 $10

$8

1297 D A1 1298 * A A1 1299 * A B2 1300 D A B2 1301 D A A2

1303 * A- A1 1304 * A C2

$10

1305 * A- A1 1306 * A A2

$40

1307 D A A1

$12

1308 D A A1

$5

1309 * A A1

$5 $5 $5

1310 * A A2 1311 D A B1 1312 * A- D2

$40

$80

$5 $10 $5

from Woolla Woolla PO 15/3/1913; closed 31/10/1959.

$10

Renamed from Gragin PO 15/2/1915; closed 31/12/1964.

$20

1313 D A B2 1314 * A C1 1315 * A A1 1316 * A A1 1317 * A- A2

1318 * A- A1 1319 * A A2

$15

$40 $5

$60 $20

1920; closed 5/1/1962.

$8

1/10/1918; PO 1/7/1927.

$8

Kungala: ‘KUNGALA/21MY71/N.S.W.’ on 6c & 15c pair on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. TO 10/12/1925; RO

18/1/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 9/2/1979.

Kunghur: ‘KUNGHUR/10OC60/N[.S.]W.’ on 5d NT. RO c.1917; PO 1/4/1925; closed 28/2/1974.

- ‘KUNGHUR/7AU69/N.S.W.’ on 6c & 24c on Fischer cover with blue provisional registration label. Kurmond: ‘KURMOND/18JA71/NSW-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 6c & 30c on cover with blue registration label. TO 13/12/1924; PO

$12 $5 $12

1/8/1927.

$5

1/7/1927.

$4

Kurnell: ‘KURNELL/15JL36/N.S.W.’ on piece. RO 11/8/1920; PO

- pictorial ‘CAPT. COOK BICENTENARY/29APR1970/ KURNELL/NSW 2231/CELEBRATIONS’ on 30c from m/s on Brown cover with blue registration label. Kurrajong: ‘KURRAJONG/14MY36/N.S.W’ (A2 backstamp) on 2d Cable & 3d KGV on cover with blue registration label.

$20

Kurrajong Heights: ‘KURRAJONG HEIGHTS/?A-?NO89/NSW2758’ (ERD) on 41c. PO 1/3/1875; closed 21/6/1995. Kurrajong North: ‘[KU]RRAJONG NORTH/28NO54/[N.S.W.AUS]T’ on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Netley Hill PO 1/6/1938;

$5

Replaced Wheeny Creek PO 1/1/1869.

$8

closed 31/12/1968.

$5

PO 17/8/1903.

$5

1302 S A A2+ Kurri Kurri: ‘KURRI KURRI/8AU30/N.S.W’ on 2d brown KGV.

$6

RO 1/7/1878; PO 20/10/1887; closed 20/6/1980.

Koloona: ‘KOLOONA/6AU54/=N.S.W=’ on 3½d red QEII.

1289 * A C1

$4

21/7/1972.

$10

$12

1282 D A A1

Koorainghat: 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [The first offered by us.] Renamed from Sidebottom Creek PO 1/6/1938; closed

$20

RO 16/9/1898; PO 10/10/1907; closed 31/1/1959.

1281 D A2

on 5c Cook.

‘KOORAINGHAT/5JA69/N.S.W-AUST’ on

- ‘KRAWARREE/?AP38/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). Kunama: ‘KUNAMA/3OC49/N.S.W’ on 2½d Lawson. PO 1/9/

$10

Kogarah: ‘KOGARAH/7OC1936/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1863. - 12hr clock ‘KOGARAH/2217/24MAY1984/[PRIORITY]/P[AID]/ OFFICE’ on 30c & 70c on cover to Sydney. Kolodong: ‘KOLODONG/26FE46/N.S.W’ on piece. Renamed

PO 8/1/1945; closed 31/5/1980.

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1290 D A B1 1291 D A A1

Falls Creek PO 1/9/1977.

Knorrit Flat: ‘KNORRIT FLAT/20MY6?/[N.S.]W’ on 5d green.

Koolewong:

‘KOOLEWONG/13JY70/N.S.W-AUST’

Kororo: ‘KORORO/25AU54/N.S.W-AUST’ (ERD) on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Kororo Basin PO 1/7/1951; closed 30/11/1968. 1287 * A A1+ Kosciusko Chalet: pictorial ‘KOSCIUSKO CHALET/ 10JUN1984/COOMA N.S.W. 2630’ on 30c Skiing set of 4 with blue provisional registration label, on unaddressed cover carried on the fun ski run to Perisher Valley. [Rare.] 1288 D A A1 Kotara (1): ‘KOTARA/26FE64/N.S.W.’ on 5d blue. PO 7/12/1936;

$6

$19

King’s Plains (3): ‘KING’S PLAINS/31MY1938/N.S.W’ on 2d red & 3d blue KGV. PO 1/7/1905; closed 7/7/1966. Kings Cross: ‘KINGS CROSS/7NO80/3/NSW-AUST’ on many stamps on 22c PSE (total $2.60) on cover with ble registration label. [Code 3 not recorded by Hopson & Tobin.] Renamed from

1277 D A A1

1280 * A A2

$15

1878; closed 15/8/1964.

Klimpton: ‘KLIMPTON/18MY71/NSW-AUST’ on 6c & 15c pair on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1957; renamed

1279 * A- A1

1285 * A A2

$10

King Street: ‘KING ST/29JY57/N.S.W-AUST (arcs 4½,5) on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 11/3/

1284 * A A2

$5

1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 21/1/1974.

1276 * A B2

1278 D A A2

1283 D A B2

‘KENSINGTON/12FE69/NSW-AUST’

Kyeamba (1): ‘KYEAMBA/9DE37/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI pair on Jamieson cover with red ‘KYAMBA’ N4 registration label.

Renamed from Kyamba PO 2/4/1917; closed 30/4/1942.

Kyeemagh: ‘KYEEMAGH/30NO69/N.S.W-AUST’ (better backstamp) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/12/1939; closed 21/9/1974. Kyogle: ‘KYOBLE/12—17AP11/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Replaced New Park PO 27/1/1903.

La Perouse: ‘LA PEROUSE/30OC56/N.S.W’ on ½d & 6d on 1/ 0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. TO

c.1876; PO 7/5/1883; closed 5/3/1969.

Ladysmith: ‘LADYSMITH/15SE52/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d Roo & 3d green KGVI. RO 20/11/1899; PO 1/7/1913. - ‘LADYSMITH/5MP-7AP81/NSW-2650’ on 22c. [Postcode changed to 2652 in 1982.] Laguna: ‘LAGUNA/18OC69/N.S.W’ on 15c x2 on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 3/7/1862; closed 30/3/

$40 $10 $8 $15 $4 $4

1979.

$15

1906; PO 15/11/1910; closed 31/12/1975.

$20

Lahey’s Creek (2): ‘LAHEY’S CREEK/1DE69/N.S.W’ on 15c x2 on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 15/8/ Lake Albert: ‘LAKE ALBERT/30NO70/NSW-AUST’ on 6c orange. PO 15/4/1888; closed 31/10/1978.

Lake Bathurst: poor ‘LAKE BATHURST/13JY38/N.S.W.’ (B1 backstamp) on 1d green KGV & 2d red KGVI x2 on cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Tarago PO 3/1/

1884; closed 30/6/1969.

- ‘LAKE BATHUR[ST]/29MY61/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. Lake Cathie: ‘LAKE CATHIE/22DE69/NSW·AUST’ on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. TO 24/12/

1956; PO 1/4/1958.

Lake Haven: ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */8SEP1997/LAKE HAVEN/N.S.W. 2263’ opening day on 45c on unaddressed Alexander cover. Replaced Charmhaven PO 5/9/1997. Lake Wyangan: ‘LAKE WYANGAN/29SE69/N.S.W’ on 15c x2 on Brown cover with blue registration label. TO 20/12/1924; PO 6/4/

$5

$30 $30 $6 $8

1925.

$12

Renamed from South Belmore PO 1/6/1910.

$10

Lakemba: ‘LAKEMBA/29SE41/N.S.W’ on 5d Ram on Business Reply Envelope with blue registration label. [Overpaid as only the additional 3d for registration was required to be added.]

- ‘LAKEMBA/17FE44/N.S.W’ on 5½d Emu on cover with ‘“R”/ LAKEMBA/”R177”‘ in liue of registration label - ‘LAKEMBA/16MY44/N.S.W’ on 5½d Emu on cover with violet registration handstamp in liue of label

$15 $15


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1344 D A B1 1345 * A- A2

1346 D A A2 1347 * A B1

1348 * A B1

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Lakemba North: ‘LAKEMBA NORTH/7NO56/N.S.W-AUST’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/7/1949; closed 31/7/1973.

- ‘LAKEMBA NORTH/21AU64/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2/5d Banksia. Lalor Park: ‘LALOR PARK/30AP70/NSW-AUST’ (better backstamp) on 30c on cover with blue registration label. PO 4/1/

1960.

Lambton: ‘LAMBTON/24JY80/NSW-AUST’ on 2c, 40c & $2 on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1865. Lane Cove (2): ‘LANE COVE/3MR59/N.S.W-AUST’ (ERD) on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 21/6/ 1920.

Lane Cove North: violet ‘LANE COVE NTH/20MY82/N.S.WAUST’ on 1c x3, $1 & $2 on 24c PSE with blue registration label. PO 1/6/1955; closed 9/9/1993.

Lankey’s Creek (2): ‘[LAN]KEY’S CREEK/21FE1912/N.S.W.’ (ERD) on 9d Commonwealth. PO 8/1/1906; closed 18/9/1961. - ‘LANK[EYS] CREEK/14DE35/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV. Lansdowne: ‘LANSDOWNE/12JA65/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 5d Xmas. Renamed from Landsdown PO 1/3/1896. Largs: ‘LARGS/23JY74/N.S.W’ on 2c, 30c & 50c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1858; closed 31/1/1979. Larras Lee: ‘LARRAS LEE/2JL36/N.S.W’ on 1d green KGV & 2d Cable pair on cover with blue & black C5 registration label. Renamed from Mullylargah PO 24/11/1923; closed 30/11/1977.

- ‘LARRAS LEE/20JA70/N.S.W’ on 5c blue. Laughtondale: ‘LAUGHTONDALE/17NO47/N.S.W’ on 2½d Shortland. RO 26/11/1910; PO 15/6/1911; closed 17/1/1966. Laurieton: ‘LAURIETON/19SE34/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on Jamieson cover with ‘LAURIETON/”NSW/R. no 247”‘ in lieu of registration label, water stained. PO 1/10/1875. - pictorial ‘CAPT. COOK BICENTENARY/28APR1970/ LAURIETON/NSW 2443/CELEBRATIONS’ on 5c Cook. Lavington: violet 12-hr clock ‘LAVINGTON/2541/27AUG1981/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on 24c & 50c on cover to Sydney. Renamed from Black Range PO 15/6/1909.

Lavington East: ‘[LA]VINGTON EAST/?JA52/[N.S.W-AUST]’ (ERD) on ½d & 3d on cover. PO 1/5/1950; closed 31/3/1960. Lawrence: framed ‘LAWRENCE/27MR/1920/N.S.W’ on 1½d brown KGV. PO 1/4/1859. - blue registration label on 20c & 50c on 7c Envelope cancelled with ‘GRAFTON/330P-8AU73/N.S.W-AUST’ (B2), Brown cover. Leeton: light ‘LEETON/14FE42/[N.S.W]’ on 5½d Surcharge on cover with “R1702/R Leeton/1702” in lieu of registration label. PO 6/9/1912.

Leeville: ‘LEEVILLE/2MY47/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI. Replaced

Mongogarie RO 1/9/1908; PO 15/7/1910; closed 7/1/1970.

Legume: ‘LEGUME/26DE34/N.S.W’ backstamp on piece with blue & black C5 registration label. RO 15/11/1911; PO 15/5/1912. - ‘LEGUME/6AU69/N.S.W’ on 6c & 24c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. Leichhardt Hill: poor ‘LEICHHARDT HILL/23FE■5/=N.S.W-’ (1951 - better backstamp) on 3d brown KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1899; closed 21/9/ 1981.

- ‘LEICHHARDT HILL/22AU64/NSW’ on 2/5d cut-out. Leightonfield Mail Centre: violet 24 hr clock ‘[LEI]GHTONFIELD/[MAIL] CENTRE/22NOV1988/PRIORITY/ PAID/POSTED INCORRECTLY OR TOO LATE’ on face of cover to Parramatta. MC 30/10/1983; renamed South Western Suburbs Mail Centre MC c.-/8/1992.

Leightonfield North: ‘LEIGHTONFIELD NTH/24AU57/[N.S.WA]UST’ on 4d QEII. PO 1/9/1953; closed 14/7/1989. Lemon Tree Passage: ‘LEMON TREE PASSAGE/ 17AU81/N.S.W-AUST’ on 50c, 55c pair & $1 on 22c PSE with blue provisional registration label, Brown cover. Renamed from

1351 D A1 1352 * A A1 1353 * A A1 1354 * A B11355 D A B2 1356 * A A1 1357 D A A1 1358 * A A2

$15 $5 $8 $6 $10 $10 $10 $10 $5 $15 $50 $5 $8

$5 $5 $10 $6 $5 $15

$8 $10

1366 * A B1 1367 * A A1 1368 * A- B1 1369 * A- A1

1370 * A A1-

$5 $5

$80 $80

- ‘LIDCOMBE/18MR44/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 6,5) on 5½d Emu on cover with ‘LIDCOMBE/R”153”‘ in lieu of registration label. Lidcombe North: ‘LIDCOMBE NORTH/20JE56/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from

$12

$12

$8 $40

RO 1/1/1898; PO 17/11/1902; closed 27/10/1986.

Limeburner’s Creek (3): ‘LIMEBURNERS CREEK/22SE70/ NSW-AUST’ (sic) on 25c on 5c Envelope with blue registration label, Brown cover. TO 1/4/1942; PO 1/5/1942; closed 31/8/1994. Limerick (2): ‘LIMERICK/18JA72/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. TO c.1919; PO 25/3/1929; closed 15/12/1975.

Linden: ‘LINDEN/7DE36/N.S.W.’ in violet on 2d red KGV x2 on Jamieson cover with red provisional C4 registration label. RO

10/8/1888; PO 1/12/1915; closed 19/10/1974.

- ‘LINDEN/15AU41/N.S.W.’ on 4d Koala on Jamieson cover with blank blue provisional registration label. - ‘LINDEN/17JE69/NSW-AUST’ on 5c, 10c & 15c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Lindfield: ‘LINDFIELD/7DE50/N.S.W’ on ½d Roo on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 5/1/1895. Lindfield R.A.A.F. P.O.: cut-down ‘ W /16NO45/N.S.W-AUST’ backstamp on cover with blue registration label, 1d & 4d cancelled with poor copies of same CDS. PO 1/8/1940; renamed Bradfield PO 1/1/1951.

- ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. LINDFIELD/10JA48/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with ‘R.A.A.F. POST OFFICE/ LINDFIELD. N.S.W.’ on blue ‘R.A.A.F. P.O. 4103’ registration label. Lindfield West: ‘[LINDF]IELD WEST POST OFFICE/12JA81/ NSW-2070’ on 2c, 15c, 45c & 60c x2 on cover with blue registration label. Replaced Bradfield PO 4/1/1972. Lionsville (1): ‘LIONSVIL[LE]/10JA35/N.S.W.’ on 1d green KGV & 2d Macarthur Dark Hills x2 on cover with blank blue & black provisional registration label. [The first offered by us in this period.] Renamed from Lion Township PO 15/11/1872; closed 9/12/ 1935.

1376 D A C2 1377 D A B2 1378 D A A2 1379 * A C1-

1381 D A A2 1382 * A A2

1383 D A A2 1384 D A A1 1385 * A A1 1386 D A A2 1387 * B A11388 * A A2

PO 3/3/1947.

Lismore Hospital Hill: ‘LISMORE HOS[PIT]AL HILL/4AU64/ NSW-AUST’ on 5d Airmail. PO 1/4/1963; closed 31/1/1972. Lismore Mail Annexe: ‘LISMORE MAIL ANNEXE/[?]FE01/ NSW-2480’ on 49c Paralympics pair. Liston: ‘LISTON/23JE[?]/N.S.[W-AUS]T’ on 5d blue. TO 16/7/

1914; PO 1/7/1916; closed 27/9/1976.

Lithgow North: cut-down relief ‘ AT /1FE47/ N.S.W-AUST’ (Opening Day; better backstamp) on 2d & 3½d Peace on Jamieson cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/2/

1947; closed 30/6/1982.

1394 D A A2

$4

1395 * A- A2

$10 $15 $40 $100 $15 $5 $40 $30 $20 $10

$20

$25 $3

$60 $10 $6 $10 $10 $4 $4

$30

Little Bay (2): light ‘LITTLE BAY/?63/[NS]W-AUST’ on 2/5d Registration Envelope front with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/7/1963. - ‘LITTLE BAY/?E65/N[SW-AUST]’ on 5d green. Little Coogee: framed ‘LITTLE COOGEE/MY28/19[10]/[N.S.W]’ on 1d Arms on SW coloured PPC of ‘Road Scene Nr. Wollongong.’. Renamed from Clovelly PO 1/12/1898; renamed Clovelly

$10 $10

Little Hartley (2): ‘LITTLE HARTLEY/13MR41/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI. PO 15/7/1912; closed 30/9/1974. Little Plain: ‘LITTLE PLAIN/25JL35/=N.S.W=’ on 3d Kookaburra & 2d Bridge. RO 1/8/1877; PO 16/5/1890; closed 30/6/

$6

PO 15/1/1914.

1971.

- ‘LITTLE PLAIN/4MR71/=N.S.W=’ (LRD by 17 yrs!) on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Littleton (2): ‘LITTLETON/19NO56/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d Roo & 3½d QEII. PO 17/11/1941; closed 11/12/1978. Liverpool: light ‘LIVERPOOL/17OC36/N.S.W.’ (A1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d SA Centenary on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1828; replaced by Liverpool Westfield PO 1/6/1992.

- 12hr clock ‘LIVERPOOL/2170/19JA’83/PRIORITY/PAID/ OFFICE’ on 10c & $1 on cover to Sydney. 1389 * A A1 Liverpool Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O.LIVERPOOL/5-P19OC39/N.S.WAUST’ on 4d Koala on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 18/10/1939; closed 30/1/1987. 1390 * A A1 - ‘MIL.P.O.LIVERPOOL/30AP40/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1d QE & 3d blue KGVI on Leek cover with blue registration label. 1391 * A A1 - ‘MIL.P.O.LIVERPOOL/27SE56/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d Roo & 1/Lyrebird on cover with blue registration label. 1392 D A A2+ Liverpool Military Camp: ‘LIVERPOOL MILITARY CAMP/ 1SE16/=N.S.W=’ on 1d red KGV. PO 25/2/1915; closed 14/12/1918. 1393 D A A3 Liverpool South (1): ‘LIVERPOOL SOUTH/17SE62/[N.S.W AUS]T’ on 5d AIM. Renamed from Cross Roads PO 1/8/1947; renamed

$6

$20

Lilli Pilli: ‘LILLI PILLI/4DE57/N[.S.W-A]UST’ on ½d Roo & 3½d Xmas on front. RO 16/9/1901; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1969. Lillian Rock: ‘LILLIAN ROCK/10MR38/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). RO 1/11/1910; PO 1/5/1913; closed 31/7/1959. Lilyfield: ‘LILYFIELD/1140P30JA37/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on Urquhart cover with blue registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record for 1936-38 only.] PO 1/8/1888; closed 30/6/1994. Limbri: framed ‘LIMBRI/DE1/1909/N.S.W’ alongside 1d Arms cancelled with light ‘2063’ on PPC. [Tie not previously recorded.]

1373 * B A1+ Lismore: ‘LISMORE/15NOV22.8-PM/N.S.W.’ Krag machine on 2d red KGV. PO 1/10/1859. 1374 * A B1 - ‘LISMORE/27JL48/N.S.W’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. 1375 * A A2 Lismore Heights: ‘LISMORE HEIGHTS/28JY80/N.S.W-AUST’ on 22c & $1 x2 on 20c PSE with blue provisional registration label.

1380 * A B2-

- ‘LEYCESTER/11JA37N.S.W.’ on printed sheet of paper for PM to provide a cancel, provided by Urquhart ?. [Hopson & Tobin record 1940-41 only] Lidcombe: ‘LIDCOMBE/26FE44/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 6,5) on 5½d Emu on cover with home-made registration label. Renamed

Liddell: framed ‘LIDDEL/MY3?/19[?]/N[.S.W]’ (c.1930 - LRD by 10+ yrs!) on 1½d red perf ‘OS’. PO 16/1/1890; closed 30/4/1931. Lighthouse Beach: ‘* POST OFFICE */19FEB1996/ LIGHTHOUSE BEACH/N.S.W./2444’ on 20c pair & $1 on PPE with certified mail label, Brown cover. PO 30/3/1992. Lightning Ridge: ‘LIGHTNING RIDGE/3-OC52/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1½d & 2d QE. PO 17/8/1906. [Opal mining] - ‘LIGHTNING RIDGE/6OC66/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3c, 7c & 15c on Brown cover with blue registration label.

1365 * A B1

$10

$4

North Lidcombe PO 1/1/1948; MOO 1/9/1954.

1364 D A1

1372 * A B2

1912; closed 30/4/1987.

from Rookwood PO 15/12/1913.

1363 * A A1

$5

$8

27/2/1943.

1362 * A A1

1371 * A B2

Campbelltown North PO 1/1/1961.

Leycester: ‘LEYCESTER/13JA37N.S.W.’ on 1d green & 4d KGV on Urquhart cover with red C4 registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record 1940-41 only] RO 27/7/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed

1361 * A A2

$10

$6

Leumeah: ‘LEUMEAH/26NO81/NSW-2560’ on 24c, 50c & $2 on cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from

1360 D A A2

$25

Kooindah PO 1/10/1949.

1349 D A A2+ Lewisham: ‘LEWISHAM/23AP53/N.S.W’ on 3d Wheat. PO 1/3/ 1350 * A B1

1359 * A B2

Cross Roads PO 1/12/1964.

Llangothlin: ‘LLANGOTHLIN/15SE52/N.S.W.’ on 3½d brown KGVI. RO 15/11/1886; PO 1/1/1890. Lockhart: ‘LOCKHART/■—30JA24/N.S.W’ (LRD by 8 yrs - time turned off not recorded by Hopson & Tobin) on ½d orange KGV x3 & 1½d green KGV pair on cover to Papua with red N4 registration label. Renamed from Ferriers PO 1/11/1898.

$20

$15 $40 $6 $6 $5 $10 $15 $10 $15 $15 $4

$20


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1396 * A- B1 1397 D A A2

- ‘LOCKHART/13NO35/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. Loftus: ‘LOFTUS/3JY55/[N.S.]W-AUST’ on 1/0½d KGVI on long piece with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/7/1953; closed

1398 D B1

Londonderry: ‘LONDONDERRY/22NO66/N.S.W.’ on piece. TO

1399 D A A2 1400 * A- A2 1401 D A B1 1402 D A A1 1403 D A A1 1404 D A A2 1405 D A A2 1406 * A- A1

15/8/1980.

$4

1890; PO 16/12/1892.

$4

Long Flat: ‘LONG FLAT/17DE57/N.S.W.’ on 4d Xmas. RO 13/8/

Lord Howe Island: ‘LORD HOWE ISLAND/21[DE3]4/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV & 1½d Sturt pair on Jamieson cover with blank bue & black C1 registration label. RO 1/6/1881; PO 1/8/1882. - ‘LORD HOWE ISLAND/1NO55/N.S.W.’ on 3½d red QEII perf ‘G/NSW’. - ‘LORD HOWE ISLAND/1FE63/NSW-AUST’ on 5d Games. - 3 different modern datestamps; 1984 pictorial, 2001 round pictorial & 2002 round standard rubber cds. Louth (2): 28½mm ‘LOUTH/29MY57/N.S.W’ on 4d Koala. PO

$6

Lower Acacia Creek: ‘LOWER ACACIA CREEK/4JY69/NSWAUST’ (LRD by 9 yrs) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Hopson & Tobin only record one date in 1960.] RO 20/6/1910; PO 1/9/1911; TO 1/12/1971; closed 14/11/ 1974.

1409 D B1

Lower Botany: framed ‘LOWER BOTANY/OC27/1903/[N.]S.W’ on piece. Renamed from Waraba PO 11/9/1882; renamed Botany PO

$5

Renamed from Mayfield PO 20/4/1909; closed 6/3/1965.

$8

16/4/1918.

$6

Lower Coaldale: ‘LOWER COALDALE/7AU74/N.S.W.’ on piece. [TO only] TO 24/8/1923; closed 10/10/1978. - ‘LOWER COALDALE/7AU74/N.S.W.’ on 7c Bruce on piece. [TO only - the first offered by us] Lower Lawrence: ‘LOWER LAWR[ENCE]/27AU52/N.S.WAUS[T.]’ (LRD by 4 yrs) on ½d Roo & 1/- Lyrebird. RO 15/12/1911;

1955.

$40

- ‘LOWER MOOKERAWA/17SE54/N.S.W’ on 3½d Royal Visit perf ‘G/NSW’. Lower Portland: ‘LOWER PORTLAND/2OC47/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/1/1859; closed 6/11/1975. Lower Southgate: ‘LOWER SOUTHGATE/6FE51/N.S.W’ (LRD by 6 yrs) on 1½d QE x2. RO 1/12/1892; PO 16/10/1895; closed 31/3/

1419 * B C1

RO 1/3/1904; PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/5/1971; closed 21/5/1974.

$30

24/6/1994.

$10

1863; closed 22/11/1984.

$30 $5 $5

Lowesdale: ‘LOWESDALE/6DE69/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3c, 7c & 20c on Brown cover with blue registration label PO 1/8/1876; closed Lucknow: ‘LUCKNO[W]/2NO34/N.S.[W]’ (B1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d Vic Centenary with home-made registration label. PO 1/7/

1423 D A A2

Lugarno North (2): ‘LUGARNO NORTH/10SE76/NSW-2210’ on 30c. PO 15/5/1972; closed 29/12/1993. - ‘LUGARNO NORTH/17NO80/NSW-2210’ on Brown cover with blue registration label. Lurnea: ‘LURNEA/9JA65/N.S.W.’ on 5d green. PO 15/2/1921. Lynch’s Creek: ‘LYNCH’S CRE[EK]/12JA49/N.[S.W]’ on 2½d Scout. RO 1/12/1905; PO 1/4/1915; TO 14/2/1946; PO 19/7/1946;

6/10/1891; closed 18/3/1988.

1429 * A 1430 * A 1431 D A2 1432 * A B2 1433 D A1 1434 * A A1 1435 * A

$6 $5 $10 $4

closed 12/10/1966.

$15

Renamed from Long Bay PO 18/9/1933; closed 9/6/1988.

$20

PO 1/4/1857.

$15

1427 * A A1+ Malabar: ‘LONG BAY/18SE33/N.S.W.’ (opening date) on 6d Large Kookaburra on cover to Denmark with straight-line ‘MALABAR’ over ammended ‘LONG BAY’ C5 registration label. 1428 * A-

$6 $30

- ‘LUCKNOW/20NO62/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. - ‘LUCKNOW/14JA83/N.S.W-AUST’ on 27c. Lue: ‘LUE/11JE62/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. Replaced Dungaree PO

1425 D A A2 1426 D A A2

$10

1964.

Lower Towamba: ‘LOWER TOWAMBA/1JL69/N.S.W’ (LRD by 10 yrs) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label.

1420 D A B1 1421 D A 2 1422 D A A2

1424 * A B2

$50 $20

1414 D A B1

1418 * A B1

$40

PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1962.

Lower Mookerawa: ‘LOWER MOOKERAWA/23MR49/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI on cover with mss “LR MOOKERAWA/67” in lieu of registration label. RO 1/1/1887; PO 1/11/1900; closed 8/12/

1417 * A A1

$100

1969.

1413 * A- B1

1416 D A B2

$6

10/8/1917; RO 1/7/1919; PO 7/6/1921.

Lower Boro: ‘LOWER BORO/26AUG1961/N.S.W’ on 5d blue.

1415 D A A2

$8 $5

$4

Lowanna: ‘LOWANNA/27AP48/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI. TO

1408 D A A2

1412 D A B2

$50

4/8/1873; closed 28/6/1991.

Lower Belford: ‘[L]OWER BELFORD/9JY1950/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra. RO 20/9/1890; PO 1/3/1909; closed 26/6/

1411 D A1

$10

20/12/1934; PO 1/2/1935.

1407 D A B2

1410 D A1

$10

Manly: early undivided Private Post Card of ‘Fairy Bower Road. Mauly. ...’ (sic), used 1899 to Moosburg, Germany, minor stains. - Black & white PPC ‘Manly Beach, Sydney’ used at Sydney in 1907. - Black & white PPC ‘The Surfing Beach, Manly, NSW’, real photo, unused. Maroubra: ‘[PAID] AT MAROUBRA/18AP69/NSW-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). PO 1/3/1915. Marrickville Metro: ‘MARRICKVILLE METRO LPO 225090/ 11AUG1995’, (inverted date) on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover.

$10

Matraville: ‘PAID AT MATRAVILLE/—?20JA69/N.S.W-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). PO 15/12/1910; TO 28/2/1915; PO 26/7/1920. Meadow Flat: ‘MEADOW FLAT/20MR72/N.S.W.’ on 7c on cover.

$10

Renamed from Addison Road PO 14/1/1993.

PO 1/3/1857; closed 31/1/1978.

Mosman: Multicoloured PPC ‘Mosman’s Bay, Sydney’, used in 1910 on SS Surrey on way to Durban, South Africa, stamp removed. Renamed from Mossman’s Bay PO 1/8/1893.

$8

$6 $8

$7 $10

1436 D A11437 * A 1438 * A A1

1439 * A 1440 * A2

1441 D A1 1442 * B B1 1443 D B1 1444 D A A2 1445 * A1 1446 D A1 1447 D B11448 D C2 1449 * A A1

Page 23 DRUITT/12SE68/NSW-AUST’

Mount Druitt: ‘PAID AT MT in red (cut-to-shape). PO 16/3/1892. Neutral Bay: Black & white PPC for ‘Wallaringa Mansions, Neutral Bay Sydney NSW’ fine period advertising card, unused.

$8

PO 16/1/1889; closed 30/6/1986.

$30

PO 1/6/1986; closed 30/9/1988.

$20

PO c.-/10/1918.

$10

Niagara Park (3): ‘POST OFFICE/1JUL’86/NIAGARA PARK, N.S.W. 2250’ (opening day) on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, with Post Office Opened cachet, unaddressed. Palm Beach: Black & white PPC ‘Palm Beach, NSW’, unused. Parramatta: round datehead ‘PARRAMATTA/1230PM/19SEP/ 1963/N.S.W.AUST - PARRAMATTA/PAGEANT/OCT 26 NOV 2/ FOUNDATION WEEK’ on 5d Export on local cover with Parramatta Pageant label on face. PO 1/3/1828. Pyrmont (2): ‘PAID AT PYRMONT/-■-■4SE68/N.S.W.’ in red (cutto-shape). PO 27/11/1882. Rosebery: ‘PAID AT ROSEBERY/19FE7[?]/NSW-AUST’ in red on spotty window envelope. PO 1/8/1933. Rydalmere: ‘RYDALMERE/PAID/25JE74/NSW-AUST-2116’ in red. PO 1/1/1888. Schofields R.A.A.F. P.O.: cut-down ‘ MO /21MR47/N.S.WAUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 20/8/1946; renamed Schofields R.A.N.A.S. PO 1/4/1953.

Sydney: ‘PAID SYDNEY/5D 6MR36/REGISTRATION’ in red on large registered cover, black/blue Registration Label, ‘EXCHANGE/N.S.W.’ backstamp (A1). Thornleigh: ‘THORNLEIGH/PAID/4AU75/NSW-AUST-2120’ in red. PO 12/3/1888. Walla Walla: light ‘PAID AT WALLA WALLA/?—2FE72/NSWAUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). PO 1/2/1878. Wentworthville: ‘PAID AT WENTWORTHVILLE/?73/NSWAUST’ in red. PO 10/10/1890. Williamtown R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 4114/7JY45/AUSTRALIA’ on unused RAAF green honour envelope. PO 24/7/1941.

$10 $4 $6 $4 $5 $20 $5 $3 $4

$15 NEW SOUTH WALES | Travelling Post Offices 1450 * B B1 English Mail: ‘ENGLISH MAIL/24JY11 6-AM/N.S.W’, Peck #EM1, arrival on large cover from Hungary, a bit tatty, but rare. [Rated 8] $100 1451 S A B3 Narrabri-Burren Junction: ‘[T.P.O.NA]RRABRI-BURREN JUNCTIO[N]/23MR14/[N.S.W]’ (Peck #NBJ) on 1d roo. [Rated 6] $10 1452 * A A1 North Coast: ‘T.P.O. 1. NORTH COAST/UP31AU85/8/N.S.W.AUST’ Peck 1NC10, closing day on 33c Willandra Lakes PSE, with ‘Carried on the last T.P.O. North Coast Up service’ cachet in red, unaddressed. $10 1453 * A A1 - ‘T.P.O. 1. NORTH COAST/DN29AU85/8/N.S.W.-AUST’ Peck #1NC10, closing day on 33c Willandra Lakes PSE, with ‘Carried on the last T.P.O. North Coast Down service’ cachet, unaddressed. $10 1454 * A A1 South: ‘T.P.O. 1. SOUTH/UP2JE84/7/N.S.W.-AUST’ Peck 1S25, closing day on 30c Postal Services PSE, with ‘CARRIED ON THE LAST/T.P.O. SOUTH UP/SERVICE.’ cachet in red, unaddressed. $12 1455 S A A2 South West: ‘[T.P].O.SOUTH WEST/1NO14/N.S.W’ (Peck #SW2) on 1d red KGV. [Rated 7] $15 NEW SOUTH WALES | Reliefs 1456 D A A1 G: cut-down ‘ G /4AU1941/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. $6 1457 S A A1+ RM: ‘ RM /18JY50/N.S.W -AUST’ on ½d roo block of 4. $8 NORTHERN TERRITORY 1458 * AA2- Daly Waters: light strike of ‘DALY WATE[RS]/24MR42/N.T.’ on ½d roo, 2d red KGVI & 6d Kooka on long OHMS Department of the Army air cover to Alice Springs. PO c.1883; closed 30/6/1978. $20 1459 * A Port Darwin: Black & white PPC ‘Port Darwin N.T. Australia’, unused. Renamed from Palmerston PO c.1877; renamed Darwin PO 1/1/1911. $45 1460 S A B2 - 23½mm squared-circle ‘[PO]RT DARWIN N.T./18/OC27/90/ S_A’ on 2d orange. [Rated RR] $30 1461 * A B1 Victoria River Downs (2): ‘VICTORIA RIVER DOWNS/ ??JUN1996/NT 0852’ on SHB Postage Paid window envelope. PO 19/1/1954. $40 1462 * A A1- Winnellie: double-circle ‘WINNELLIE/19JUL1994/5/N.T. 0820’ on 45c Women’s Vote on Guide Dogs cover Renamed from Darwin R.A.A.F. P.O. PO 25/2/1973. $10 1463 * A A1 Yulara: ‘YULARA/5P18JE84/NT 5751’ (opening day) on 30c NT Arms PSE, uprated with 1c AAT ships, unaddressed. PO 18/6/ 1984. $10 QUEENSLAND 1464 F A C3 1860 Small Chalon Wmk Large Star Clean-Cut Perf 14-16 6d green, SG #6, Cat £70, trimmed perfs on right side. $40 1465 F A- A1 1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Clean-Cut Perf 14-16 6d green, SG #9, Cat £75, cancelled with ‘28’ of Rainworth (A3 - rated RR by Manning), small corner crease. $60 1466 V A A1 1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Rough Perf 14-16 2d blue, SG #15, Cat £28. $25 1467 V A B2 1868-74 Small Chalon Wmk Truncated Star Perf 13 1d orange-vermilion, SG #59, part of ‘QU’ also showing in wmk. $4 1468 F A C2 1868-78 Small Chalon Wmk 1st Crown/Q Perf 12 3d brown, SG #101. $7 1469 W A A1 1879-80 Sideface Wmk 2nd Crown/Q 1/- pale lilac SG 145. $45 1470 * A- C3 - 1/- pale lilac, SG #145, Cat £75, small thin at BRC. $25 1471 F A- B3 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 1st Crown/Q Sideways £1 deep green, SG #156, Cat £140, fiscal cancellation, 2 mild horizontal creases. $10


Page 24 1472 F A- C3 1473 *

A B1

1474 *

B B2

1475 * 1476 *

A C1 A B1

1477 *

A B1

1478 * A B1 1479 F A D1

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 3rd Crown/Q Thick Paper £1 deep green, SG #161, Cat £60, couple of small faults. 1882-91 Lined-Oval Die II Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12 2/- deep brown, SG #181, Cat £70. 1895-96 Void-Oval Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 1d orange-red, SG #210, thinned at top. - 5d purple-brown, SG #215, Cat £20. 1896-1902 2-Corners Wmk 2nd Crown/Q 1d vermilion, SG #229, Cat £12. 1897-1908 4-Corners Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 2½d purple on blue SG 237. - 5d dull brown SG 247. 1907-11 Wmk Crown/A Perf 12½,13 6d yellow-green block of 4, SG #296, Cat £18, unusually cancelled with ‘BRANCH PARCEL OFFICE/SYDNEY.’ roller.

QUEENSLAND | Revenues 1480 F A B2 Stamp Duty: 6d green long type, fiscally used and cancelled poor Registered Brisbane of 19JE 2.

$25 $70 $3 $10 $6 $15 $15 $20

1516 D A B1

Thursday Island-Replaced Somerset PO c.1877.

1517 S A A2+ 157: rays on 1d red 4-Corners. [Rated R] Unallocated 1518 S A- A2 165: rays (1e) on 2d blue Lined-Oval, some slight toning. Allocated to Charters Towers-PO 17/5/1872.

1519 S A A2+ 170: rays on 1d 4-Corners 1d. [Rated R] Allocated to Maleny-RO 1520 S A- B2

1/1/1889; PO c.-/2/1906.

176: violet rays ‘176’ on 1d 4-Corners. [Violet not recorded by Manning.] Allocated to Harrisville-RO c.1871; PO 1/8/1873. 1521 S A- A2- 198: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Aramac-PO 1/3/1874. 1522 S A B2 207: light BN on 2d blue Lined-Oval. [Rated S by Manning] 1523 S A A2 1524 S A A2 1525 S A- A2

$7

148: rays on 4-Corners 2½d purple on blue pair. Allocated to

1526 * A A1

Allocated to Coomera Township-PO 18/9/1875; renamed Coomera PO 3/9/1889; closed 30/1/1973. 226: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Albion-PO 1/11/1876. 269: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Milton-PO 1/11/1877; closed c.1911. 283: BN on 1d red 4-Corners, rounded BRC. Allocated to RedcliffePO 1/6/1878.

- on 1d 4-Corners tied with unframed ‘REDCLIFFE/DE21/05/ QUEENSLAND’ (Rated RR by Smithies) on PPC of ‘YACHTING ON THE RIVER, BRISBANE’. [Rated R BY Manning] 306: BN on 2d blue 4-Corners. Allocated to Beauaraba-RO c.1880;

QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1880 Chalon on Cream to Buff Stock 1d vermilion on cream 1481 *** Astock, HG #1. $60 1527 S A A21482 *F C - 1d vermilion on buff, HG #1, cancelled with ‘214’ rays tied with PO 1/11/1882; renamed Pittsworth PO 19/3/1886. poor Toowoomba of FE22/84, a few faults. $15 1528 S A A2 328: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Burketown-PO 1/1/1883. 1881-86 Chalon on White Stock 1d deep lilac-red on buff, size 1483 *F A1529 S A A2- 454: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Eidsvold-PO 19/9/1887. a, HG #3, cancelled with unframed ‘MARYBOROUGH/D/ 1530 S A B2 456: on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Childers-PO 14/11/1887. SP19/85/QUEENSLAND’ (A1), unframed ‘GYMPIE/SP20/85/ 1531 S A B2 496: on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R by Manning] Allocated to BoonahQUEENSLAND’ (B1 - ERD), Tooth & Co message, spike holes, Renamed from Blumbergville RO c.1888; PO 1/8/1890. lovely rich colour. $30 1532 * A B2 507: ‘507’ on 2d 4-Corners on cover, tied by poor reversed 1889-91 QV Oval Sideface 1d rose, HG #4. 1484 *** A $30 ‘HOPETOUN/SE?/[03]/Q[UEENSLAND]’ backstamp. Allocated to - 1d rose on cream with dots for address line, HG #4. 1485 *** A $20 Hopetoun-Renamed from Kilcoy PO 1/12/1892; renamed Kilcoy PO c.-/3/ 1486 *** B - 1d rose on greyish with dots for address line, HG #4, crease & 1907. small tear. $5 1533 S A A1 568: right-half of duplex on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Charters - 1d rose on cream with dashes for address line, tail to scroll 1487 *** A Towers-PO 17/5/1872. 2mm, oval to 1st line 11mm, HG #4. $40 1534 S B2 586: ‘586’ on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Irvingdale-RO 1488 *** A - 1d rose on cream with dots for address line, base of Arms c.1879; PO 4/7/1899; closed 13/12/1966. 16½mm above 1st line, oval to 1st line 12mm, scroll to oval 1535 S A A2+ 622: BN on 1d roo. [Rated RRRR by Manning] Allocated to 3mm, HG #4. $40 Macknade-RO c.1901; PO c.-/10/1902; closed 29/10/1993. 1489 *** A - 2d blue with dots for address line, HG #5. $40 1536 S A B2 624: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Stannary Hills1490 *** A- 1d +1d rose, HG #7. $30 RO c.-/1/1901; PO c.-/1/1902; closed 26/1/1955. 1491 *V A - 1d + 1d rose reply card on drab, HG #7, light 1895 CTO. $25 QUEENSLAND | Datestamps - 1d+1d rose on drab, 9mm ‘REPLY’, HG #7, mild discolouration 1492 *** A‘ADAVALE/26JY46/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/1/ to top edge. $25 1537 D A A1 Adavale: 1881; closed 1/2/1991. 1493 *** A1891-92 QV Sideface With UPU Heading 1½d+1½d chocolate 1538 * A A1- Albion: ‘PAID AT ALBION N.2./—D10OC63/QLD-AUST’ in red, on on buff, scroll to thick frame of stamp 7mm, HG #9, with Carter’s Interstate Transport window envelope. [Rated RR by damaged R in CARD. $20 Smithies] PO 1/11/1876. 1494 *** A1898 QV Sideface Views With 2 Line Heading 1½d black on 1539 * A A1 Alderley: double-circle ‘PAID AT ALDERLEY/13AUG1991/QLDbuff, with view ‘A Western Station’, HG #11, very minor toning. $70 AUST’ in red, on long Diners Club envelope. Renamed from 1908 Fleet Card 1d, HG #16, very fine fleet card. 1495 *** A $400 Enoggera PO c.-/8/1899. QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1540 D A A2 Amby: ‘AMBY/19FE48/QLD’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.1883; PO 1496 *** A 1895 QV Sideface No Numerals Void Background 1d orange c.1900. red on buff stock, HG #KB2. $30 1541 * A A2- Annerley: ‘PAID AT ANNERLEY S.3/—■-8OC50/QLD-AUST’ in 1497 *** A - 2d blue on buff stock, HG #KB3. red, on Security Shoes window envelope, with ‘ANNERLEY/ $30 1130A-8OC50/QLD-AUST’ (B1) in red. [Only date recorded by - 2d blue on blue stock, HG #KB3. 1498 *** A $30 Smithies] Renamed from Boggo PO c.1892; RO c.-/9/1906; PO c.1914; 1896 QV Sideface 4 Numerals 1d vermilion on cream stock, 1499 *** A RO c.1920; PO 1/6/1922. HG #KB4a. $40 1542 * A A1 Aramac: ‘PAID AT ARAMAC/—■28AP56/QLD-AUST’ in red, on QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Wrappers cover to the Grand Secretary, UGL Qld, Brisbane. [Only date 1892 QV With Lined Background ½d green, laid paper, no 1500 *** Arecorded by Smithies] PO 1/3/1874. gum, HG #E1, creased TLC. $10 1543 D A A1 Ashgrove West: ‘ASHGROVE WEST W.3/4P7SE59/QLD. 1501 *F A 1897 QV ‘Packet Will’ 1d dull rose on buff used to Melbourne, AUST’ on 4d QEII. PO 9/7/1936. HG #E3. $15 1544 D A A1 Atherton: ‘ATHERTON/4-P21AU47/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 1897 QV Numerals in 4 Corners ½d green on buff, HG #E5. 1502 *** A $15 c.1889; PO c.1903. 1899 QV Dowager Portrait ½d green with text 77mm long, 1503 *F B 1545 * A A1 - ‘PAID AT ATHERTON/35OC63/QLD-AUST’ in red, on cover to bottom of stamp aligned with last line, HG #E9, used from Mobil Oil, Brisbane. [Rated RR by Smithies] Brisbane to Albion, TRC torn off. $5 1546 * A A1 Babinda: ‘PAID AT BABINDA/24JY68/QLD-AUST’ in red, on cover to Richmond, Vic. Renamed from Babinda Creek PO c.1915. QUEENSLAND | Postal History 1547 D A C1 Back Plains: ‘BACK PLAINS/21DE50/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI 1504 *F A 1909 pink envelope with 2½d QV tied by Brisbane cds FE 26 09 x2. Renamed from Clifton Homestead Area PO 21/9/1935; closed 31/3/ with advert on reverse for PERRY BROTHERS Ltd Brisbane, 1977. nice commercial cover. $75 1548 D A B2 Bamaga: ‘BAMAGA/9SE88/Q[LD-AU]ST’ on 37c. [Rated RR by QUEENSLAND | Numerals Smithies] PO c.-/9/1951. 1505 S A A2 33: rays on 4d yellow Small Chalon P12. Allocated to Mackay-PO 1549 D A A1 Baralaba: ‘BARALABA/11JL50/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red $20 1/8/1863. KGVI. RO c.1919; PO c.-/4/1924. 1506 S B A2 50: rays on 1d red 4-corners, torn perfs at BRC. Allocated to 1550 * A A1- Barcaldine: ‘BARCALDINE/24SE64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green $4 Jericho-RO c.1884; PO 2/7/1885. QEII on cover to Brisbane. PO 13/11/1886. 1507 S A- A2+ 63: Rays (1b) on 1866 2d chalon (SG# 52), perf faults. [Rated 1551 D A1 Bardon West: ‘BARDON WEST /4DE80/QLD-AUST’ on 24c RR] Allocated to Bowen-Renamed from Port Denison PO c.1865. $10 (cut-to-shape through stamp) PO c.-/9/1951. 1508 S A A2- 71: rays on 1d red 4-corners. Allocated to German Station-PO 14/5/ Beachmere: ‘BEACHMERE/27JE50/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI. $5 1552 D A B1 [Rated 1866; renamed Nundah PO 1/1/1883. RRR by Smithies] PO 15/6/1946. 1509 S B A1 87: (1f ii) on 1d 4-corners. [Rated RR by Manning] Allocated to 1553 D A1 Beerburrum: ‘BEERBURRUM2AU72/QLD-AUST’ on piece. RO $15 Ipswich-PO 2/1/1846. c.1893; PO c.1917. 1510 S A B2 92: rays on 2d 4-corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Engelsburg1554 D A A2 Biddeston: ‘BIDDESTON/31DE49/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Renamed from Engels RO c.1883; PO 7/7/1897; renamed Kalbar PO c.Forrest. [Rated R by Smithies] RO 1/2/1882; PO 1/7/1927; closed $10 /7/1916. 5/1/1965. 1511 D A B1 96: right-half duplex on 1d roo. [Rated RRRR by Manning] ‘BLACKALL/430P14JE63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d Royal Visit. Allocated to Maryborough-PO 18/1/1849. $40 1555 D A A1 Blackall: Renamed from Barcoo PO 31/12/1868. 1512 S A A2- 97: rays on 1d orange Void-Oval. Allocated to Carrangarra-PO 1/1/ 1556 D A A1 Blackstone: ‘BLACKSTONE/8AUG56/QUEENSLAND’ on 6½d $3 1866; renamed Tambo PO c.1868. QEII. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1881; PO 1/7/1885; closed 31/3/ 1513 S A A2- 101: rays on 2d blue Lined-Oval. Allocated to Killarney North1977. Renamed from Killarney North R.S. PO 26/6/1889; renamed North 1557 D A- A2 Bluff: ‘BLUFF/17OC46/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 2½d red KGVI. $4 Killarney PO c.1897; renamed Killarney PO 27/10/1905. Renamed from Duckworth PO 23/1/1907. 1514 S A A2 107: rays on 2d 4-corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Kilkivan-PO 8/6/ 1558 D A A1 Bollon: ‘BOLLON/5AP49/QLD.’ on 2½d von Mueller. RO c.1879; 1515 S A- A2

1868; replaced by Neureum PO 27/9/1876; renamed Kilkivan PO 18/2/ 1881. 126: rays on 2d blue 4-Corners, aged appearance. Allocated to Oakey Creek-PO 1/6/1869; renamed Oakey PO c.1878.

$5 $3

1559 D A1

PO 1/4/1881.

Brassall: ‘BRASSALL/25FE35/QUEENSLAND’ on piece. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1887; PO c.1914; RO c.1919; PO c./4/1924.

$10 $10 $5 $10 $10 $3 $5 $3 $4 $4 $30 $3 $3 $3 $5 $8

$5 $3 $10 $40 $12 $4 $15 $20 $4

$30 $30 $4 $3 $15 $40 $4 $10 $4 $6 $3 $30 $4 $6 $4 $10 $4 $4 $20


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1560 * A B1 1561 * A A1 1562 * A A1 1563 * A A1

1564 * A B1

1565 * B A11566 * A A1 1567 D B1 1568 * A B1 1569 * A A1 1570 * A A1 1571 * A A11572 * A B1 1573 * A A1-

1574 * A A1 1575 D A1 1576 D A A2 1577 D B1 1578 * A A11579 * A A11580 * A A11581 * A A21582 D A B2 1583 * A B1 1584 * A B11585 * A A11586 D A A1 1587 D A B1 1588 * A A2 1589 D A A11590 S A A2 1591 * A A1 1592 * A A1 1593 * A A1 1594 S A A2 1595 * A B1 1596 D A A2

Brendale Mail Delivery Centre: rubber ‘BRENDALE M.D.C./ PAID/7OCT1991/QLD 4500’ in purple, on 43c skateboarding on cover to Broadway, NSW. MC 5/2/1991. Brisbane: rectangular ‘BRISBANE/PAID 1/D/,,/OCT 26/415PM/ 1934’ machine in red, on long cover to Melbourne, Vic. PO c.-/4/

1830.

‘PAID/3D22JY55/BRISBANE’ in

red, on long cover to Highgate Hill, Qld. Brisbane Base Hospital: ‘PAID AT BRISBANE BASE HOSP./ 24MR64/QLD-AUST’ in red, on long Queensland Hospitals window envelope. [The only date recorded by Smithies] PO 9/12/ 1946; renamed Royal Brisbane Hospital PO 1/4/1986.

Brisbane University: ‘PAID BRISBANE UNIVERSITY/ 3D2AU5[?]/QLD-AUST’ in red, on University of Queensland envelope to Highgate Hill, Qld. [Not recorded with price by Smithies] PO 9/1/1950; renamed St. Lucia PO 2/3/1970. - ‘PAID BRISBANE UNIVERSITY/—■19FE59/QLD-AUST’ in red, on heavily trimmed University of Queensland envelope to Sydney, NSW. [Rated R by Smithies] - ‘PAID AT BRISBANE UNIVERSITY/1 28JA64/QLD-AUST’ in red, on University of Queensland envelope to Brisbane, Qld. [Rated R by Smithies] - ‘PAID AT BRISBANE UNIVERSITY/1 23AP68/QLD-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). Bulimba: ‘PAID AT BULIMBA /—11SE63/QLD-AUST’ in red (‘N.E.1’? removed), on window envelope. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/9/1870. - ‘BULIMBA/PAID/28JY78/QLD-AUST-4171’ in red, on long Geo Pickers envelope, to Alexandria, NSW. [Rated R by Smithies] Bundaberg: ‘BUNDABERG/QLD./24DEC/1963/ /PAID’ machine (inverted year), on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/1/1871. Burleigh Heads: ‘PAID AT BURLEIGH HEADS/-28JY64/ QLD·AUST’ in red, on Pioneer Hardware cover to Brisbane. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.-/6/1915; RO c.1916; PO c.1920. Cairns (1): ‘PAID AT CAIRNS/■■25JY63/QLD-AUST’ in red on plain window envelope. [Only date recorded by Smithies] PO 7/10/1876; renamed Orchid Plaza PO 1/5/1991.

- 3 date line settings on 3 Cairns Regional Electricity Board covers to Brisbane - [1] ‘CAIRNS/QLD./ /13FEB/1964/PAID’ machine in red; [2] ‘CAIRNS/QLD./2MAR/1964/ /PAID’ (A1) machine in red & [3] ‘CAIRNS/QLD./27APR/ /1964/PAID’ (A1) machine in red. Caloundra: ‘PAID AT CALOUNDRA/—D4OC63/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) in red on window envelope. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO

c.1890; PO c.1919.

Cambooya: ‘CAMBOOYA/25OC47/QLD.’ on piece with blue registration label. PO 12/3/1869. Charleville: unframed ‘CHARLEVILLE/19-MAR-1951/Q’LD. AUST.’ on 9d with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1865. - red ‘PAID AT CHARLEVILLE/4470/15AUG1990/QLD. AUST’. - ‘PAID AT CHARLEVILLE/4470/16AUG1990/QLD. AUST’ in red on long envelope. Charters Towers: ‘PAID/2½D2DE49/CHARTERS TOWERS’ in red on Charters Towers Electricity Supply Co cover to Brisbane. [Not recorded by Smithies] PO 17/5/1872. Chermside: ‘PAID AT CHERMSIDE/4MR66/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) in red on cover to Richmond, Vic. Renamed from Downfall Creek PO c./5/1903.

Chinchilla: ‘CHINCHILLA/4P27JE63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. PO 3/1/1878. Chorregon: ‘[CH]ORREGON/28FE49/QLD.’ on 2½d Scout. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.1930; closed 30/9/1976. Clifton (2): ‘CLIFTON/445P??63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green Royal Visit on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Kings Creek PO c.1869. - light ‘PAID AT CLIFTON/—D22AP64/QLD-AUST’ in red on long cover to Brisbane. [Only date recorded by Smithies] Cloncurry: ‘CLONCURRY7/430P24OC63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d red Export on air cover to Brisbane. PO 1/6/1871. Cooee Bay: ‘COOEE BAY/12SE64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green. PO 18/9/1961; closed 30/6/1977.

Crows Nest: ‘CROWS NEST/8MR46/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 1/7/1878. - ‘CROWS NEST/11MY48/QLD.’ on 5½d Emu on cover with violet handstamped blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] Cunnamulla: light ‘CUNNAMULLA/27DE50/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 1,1) on 3d x2 & 6d with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1868. Cunningham: ‘CUNNINGHAM/23DEC49/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Forrest. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.-/8/1904; PO c.-/12/

1910; closed 31/3/1977.

Dartmouth: ‘DARTMOUTH/2FE70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/1/1906; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1981. Daymar: ‘DAYMAR/18MY88/QLD- ‘ (4317 removed), on Philas Closing Day 37c PSE. RO c.1913; PO c.1916. Didcot: 2 strikes of ‘DIDCOT/22NO69/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/8/1902; PO c.-/7/1908; closed 29/2/1972. Dingo: ‘DINGO/3OC32/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/10/ 1876.

Dirranbandi (2): ‘DIRRANBANDI/17OC63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d red Export on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/1/1889. Drayton R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.DRAYTON/26OC48/QLDAUST’ (LRD) on 1d Princess, cut-to-shape. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/7/1943; closed 11/12/1950.

1597 * A A1 $25

1598 * A A1-

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East Brisbane: ‘PAID AT EAST BRISBANE AUST’ (S.E.1 removed - ERD) in red on Forsyth & Co window envelope. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 14/7/1914. Eidsvold: ‘EIDSVOLD/12N8AP63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green Royal Visit on cover to Brisbane. PO 19/9/1887. Emerald: ‘PAID AT EMERALD/3½D21MY56/QLD·AUST’ in red on cover to Brisbane. [Only date recorded by Smithies] PO 5/6/

$10 $6

$25

1599 * A A1

$20

$40 Fortitude Valley (2): ‘PAID/1D2JA13/FORTITUDE VALLEY’ (ERD by 8 yrs) in black on McWhirter & Son cover to Sydney, some toning. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 20/8/1877. $100 1601 * A A1- - ‘PAID AT FORTITUDE VALLEY/14FE63/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) in red on David Jones cover to Richmond, Vic. [Rated RR by Smithies] $12 1602 * A A1- - 3 covers - [1] ‘FORT.VALLEY/QLD/18MAR/-/1963/AUST/PAID’ machine in red on cover to Brisbane; [2] ‘FORT.VALLEY/QLD/ 30AUG/1963/-/AUST/PAID’ (A1) machine in red on window envelope & [3] ‘FORTITUDE VALLEY/QLD./31DEC/1963/PAID’ (A1) machine in red on cover to Brisbane. $10 1603 * A A1 Garbutt R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.6301/31MR44/AUSTRALIA’ on 1½d green on 5½d Regn Env with ‘R.A.A.F. 6301’ label, violet double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/665’ in BLC, ‘AIR FORCE P.O. NO71/1AP44/QLD-AUST’ backstamp. Scarce commercial registered cover. Renamed from Townsville R.A.A.F. P.O. PO 12/10/ 1942; closed 5/9/1949. $40 1604 * A B1 Gatton: ‘GATTON/330P27AP63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green Royal Visit on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/1/1866. $10 1605 S A A2 Gayndah: ‘GAYNDAH/4JAN08/·QUEENSLAND·’ on 2d 4corners. PO 1/1/1850. $4 1606 * A A1- - ‘GAYNDAH/430P 7MY64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green QEII on cover to Brisbane. $10 1607 * A- A1- Geebung: ‘PAID AT GEEBUNG/430P17JA70/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) in red on Everhard Multiflow Super Glo-Tub window front, some slight toning to right edge. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Geebong RO c.1896; PO 1/7/1927. $15 1608 * A- A1 - ‘PAID AT GEEBUNG/28OC71/QLD-AUST’ in red on window envelope, slightly toned from envelope sealing gum. [Rated RR by Smithies] $10 1609 * A A1- Gladstone: ‘PAID AT GLADSTONE/■- 30AU63/QLD-AUST’ in red on cover to Brisbane. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/7/1854. $12 1610 D A A1 Greenmount (4): ‘GREENMOUNT/22DE49/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Forrest. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Greenmount R.S. PO c.-/2/1910. $6 1611 * A A2 Homebush: 2 strikes of ‘HOMEBUSH/27JY73/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 50c & 7c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 5/12/1883; closed 31/12/1976. $40 1612 * A A1 Indooroopilly: ‘PAID AT INDOOROOPILLY/21JA69/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) in red on window envelope. [Rated R by Smithies] RO 23/9/1974; PO 1/8/1875. $10 1613 D A1- ‘PAID AT INDOOROOPILLY/4OC68/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) in red (cut-to-shape). $6 1614 * A A1 Ipswich: ‘IPSWICH/2P22JA64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green QEII on cover to Brisbane. PO 2/1/1846. $4 1615 * A A1- Isisford: ‘ISISFORD/23JA64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue Christmas on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Wittown PO 1/1/1878. $6 1616 D A A1 Jondaryan: ‘JONDARYAN/6MR62/QUEENSLAND’ on 5d blue. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/3/1867. $6 1617 * A A1+ Kallangur: 2 strikes of ‘KALLANGUR/24JE70/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 25c on 5c Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO c.-/9/1927. $12 1618 S A A1 Kandanga: ‘KANDANGA/20JY1946/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.1895; PO c.-/6/1914. $4 1619 * A B1 Kilcoy (2): ‘KILCOY/24JY64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Hopetoun PO c.-/3/1907. $10 1620 D A A1 Kinbombi: ‘KINBOMBI/26OC45/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.-/4/1903; PO c.1925; closed 8/9/1954. $4 1621 * A B2 Kureen: 3 strikes of ‘KUREEN/23OC68/QLD-AUST’ on 25c on Brown cover with mss “Kureen R474”. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] RO c.-/10/1910; PO c.1924; closed 7/10/1969. $75 1622 D A1 Laidley: ‘POSTAL MANAGER/15JUN1989/LAIDLEY, Q.4341’ (ERD) in violet [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/2/1861. $15 1623 * A B1 - ‘LAIDLEY/27AP[9]5/QLD-AUST’ on 45c War Widows Guild on cover to Crows Nest, NSW. $5 1624 * A A1 Lilydale: 3 strikes of ‘LILYDALE/22AP70/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1891; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/6/1971. $40 1625 * A A1 Marmor: ‘MARMOR/4AU71/QLD-AUST’, on 25c, 6c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Replaced Toonda RO c.-/6/ 1906; PO c.-/10/1906; closed 31/3/1982. $8 1626 D A A1 Middle Ridge: ‘MIDDLE RIDGE/11SE63/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 5d blue. RO 1/1/1881; PO c.-/2/1911; closed 31/7/1979. $4 1627 * A A1 Midgee: two strikes of ‘MIDGEE/21NO69/QLD.’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO c.-/6/ 1907; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1974. $15 1628 D A A1 Miles: ‘MILES/27FE50/QLD-AUST’ on 3d brown KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 3/1/1878. $8 1629 * A A2 Millmerran: ‘MILLMERRA[N]/5P26JA64/QLD-[AUST]’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Domville PO 16/11/ 1894. $8 1630 * A A1- Mitchell: ‘MITCHELL/1130A 7AP64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Mitchell Downs PO c.1878. $8 1631 D A A2 Monkland: ‘MONKLAND/6-1215JY50/QLD’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/11/1889; closed 1/9/1979. $6

$15

$25 $10 $12 $5 $12 $25 $20 $20 $15

$12 $30 $4 $10 $10 $15 $40 $10 $8 $8 $8 $15 $10 $15 $8 $20 $8 $10 $40 $5 $40 $5 $15 $10

1600 * B A1

1879.


Page 26 1632 * A A1

1633 * A- A1

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Mount Christian: ‘MT. CHRISTIAN/20NO69/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRRR by Smithies - This makes the LDL late date of 21/9/74 incorrect. Still this appears to be only the 2nd or 3rd copy with SDL recorded.] PO c.-/9/1951; closed 9/5/1980. Mount Crosby: ‘MT CROSBY/18FE35/QUEENSLAND’ on 5d KGV on cover with blank provisional blue C5 registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Crosby RO c.-/6/1917; PO

c.1924.

1634 D A A1+ Mount Garnet: ‘MT GARNET/18FE69/QLD-AUST’ on 5c Namatjira. RO c.1897; PO 25/7/1899. 1635 * A B1 Mount Mulligan: 2 strikes of ‘MT. MULLIGAN/22NO57/QLDAUST’ (LRD) on 7½d QEII x2 & 3½d Christmas x2 with blue registration label and air mail label on cover to Rabaul. RO c.-/7/ 1636 * A A1

1907; PO c.-/6/1914; closed 3/7/1959.

1638 D A A1

Newell: 2 strikes of ‘NEWELL/20NO69/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 3/5/1955; closed 30/9/1981. Newstead (2): ‘PAID AT NEWSTEAD/1MY78/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) in red. Renamed from Booroodabin PO 8/1/1964. Nikenbah: ‘NIKENBAH/5AU69/QLD-AUST’ on 5c cut-out. RO

1639 D A A1

Nobby: ‘NOBBY/15JE46/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI.

1637 * A1

1640 * A A2

1641 * A A1

1642 * A A2 1643 D A A1 1644 D A A2 1645 * A A2 1646 * A A1 1647 * A A11648 * A A1 1649 * A B2

c.1872.

Northgate Mail Centre: ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/EXAMINER/ 5APR2001/No.4/NORTHGATE M/C 4013’ on 45c Paralympic with straight-line ‘Received at Dead Letter Office/Northgate M.C. unaddressed’ on face. MC 10/2/1993. Port Douglas: ‘PORT DOUGLAS/5SE75/QLD-AUST’ on 10c & 8c Gemstones on Tatts cover. PO 1/9/1877. Proston: ‘PROSTON/13FE48/QLD-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI.

1660 * 1661 *

1663 * A- B2 1664 * A A1 1665 D A A2

$6

Rosella (2): 3 strikes of ‘ROSELLA/26NO69/QLD-4740’ (ERD) on 15c x2 on Brown cover with provisional blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/2/1947; closed c.1986. Scarness: 2 strikes of ‘SCARNESS/26JY71/QLD-AUST’ on 30c, 5c & 1c on cover with blue registration label. RO c.-/6/1913; PO c./5/1924; closed 24/8/1988.

Seaforth: ‘SEAFORTH/27JY73/QLD-AUST’ on 35c, 15c & 7c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Springcliff PO c.-/8/1966.

Plane Creek West RO c.-/11/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/11/1971.

from Stafford North PO 3/5/1977.

RO c.1892; PO c.-/12/1906; closed 31/3/1982.

1976.

Thursday Island: ‘THURSDAY ISLAND/2/9-A-6SE33/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV on Freshwater cover to England. Replaced Somerset PO c.1877. - ‘THURSDAY ISLAND/1/9-A17JA38/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV on Freshwater cover to England. Tiaro: 2 strikes of ‘TIARO/5AU69/QLD-AUST’ on 24c & 6c on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1868. Torbanlea: ‘TORBANLEA/17FEB47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1886; PO 1/4/1887; RO c.1902; PO c.-/7/1905.

1670 * A A1 1671 * A A1 1672 * A A1 1673 * A A1-

1674 * A A1

$18 1676 * A A1 $5 $10

$6

1916.

1669 D A A1

1675 * A A1

20/9/1946.

Redcliffe: ‘REDCLIFFE/30NO81/QLD-AUST’ on $2, 50c & 24c on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/6/1878. Rollingstone: 2 strikes of ‘ROLLINGSTONE/16FE70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 5/19/

- 2 strikes of ‘TANNYMOREL/7AU60/QLD-AUST’ on 24c & 6c on cover with blue registration label. A A1- Tara: ‘TARA/11JE63/Q’LD.AUST’ on 5d green Canberra on cover to Brisbane. RO c.-/4/1910; PO c.-/10/1910. A- A1- Texas (2): ‘TEXAS/23MR64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d Export on Atkin’s Transport cover to Brisbane, slightly grubby. PO 6/5/1896. A A1 Thane: 2 strikes of ‘THANE/22N069/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blank blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.-/8/1904; PO c.-/10/1905; closed 31/7/

1662 * A B1

$20

$4

Redbank Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. REDBANK/5-P15JE44/QLDAUST’ on 4d Koala. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 23/10/1939; closed

Stones Corner (2): ‘STONES CORNER /345P10JY62/QLDAUST’ (S.E4 removed) on 5d blue, cut-to-shape. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 24/3/1922. 1655 * A B1 Swan Creek: ‘SWAN CREEK/28NO56/QLD.’ on 1/6d and 1d on cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1874; PO 1/4/1877; closed 5/4/1965. 1656 D A A1+ Talwood: ‘TALWOOD/21MY63/QLD-AUST’ on 5c blue cut-out. [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1895; PO c.-/12/1910. 1657 D A A2 Tannymorel: ‘TANNYMOREL/24OCT.45/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Farm Creek

1659 *

$10

PO c.1922.

Springsure: ‘SPRINGSURE/4722/28AUG1995/QLD. AUST.’, on 45c on cover to Crows Nest, NSW. PO 1/1/1864. St. George: ‘ST.GEORGE/5-P21SE70/QLD-4393’ (ERD) on 5c blue. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/1/1864. Stafford Heights (2): ‘STAFFORD HEIGHTS/30OCT1995/1/ QLD. 4053’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover (faults). Renamed

1658 * A A1

$4

$4

1651 * A A1-

1654 D A A1

$15

Renamed from Nobby’s PO c.1908.

Normanton: 2 strikes of ‘NORMANTON/11JA29/ QUEENSLAND’ on 1½d red KGV strip of 3 on front with red Western Queensland Air Mail etiquette and violet ‘FORWARDED BY AIR MAIL’ handstamp (LRD). Renamed from Norman River PO

1667 * A A1 1668 * A B1

$4

Shinfield: ‘SHINFIELD/6FE36/QUEENSLAND’ on 3d Jubilee, 1½d brown & ½d orange KGV on Turley cover with manuscript registration “Shinfield/58”. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from

1653 * A A1-

$80

c.1897; PO c.-/11/1910; closed 1/11/1971.

1650 * A B2

1652 D A A2

1666 * B

1677 * A A1 1678 * A A1

Townsville: oval ‘LOOSE/SHIP/LETTER’ (Hosking #1524 Rated DD) transit along with poor Townsville cds, on PPC to Brisbane, stamps removed. Tumoulin: 3 strikes of ‘TUMOULIN/9FE70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/3/1912; PO c.1913; closed 30/4/1977. Upper Yarraman: 3 strikes of ‘UPPER YARRAMAN/6AU69/QLDAUST’ on 25c & 5c on cover with violet handstamped provisional registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO c.1936; closed 29/3/ 1974.

Wacol East Immigration Centre: ‘WACOL EAST IMMGN CNTR/101525MR63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.-/12/1949. Whitewood: 2 strikes of ‘WHITEWOOD/29AP70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1898; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1973. Woodford: ‘WOODFORD/815A23JY40/QLD-AUST’ on 2d red KGVI, on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/10/1885. - ‘WOODFORD/445P29NO63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue Christmas on cover to Brisbane. Woolloongabba: ‘WOOLLOONGABBA/230P15JL31/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV on cover to Brisbane backstamped with triple-circle ‘MOUNT PLEASANT MASONIC LODGE/[logo]/No. 361’ (A1-) in purple. PO 23/9/1889. - ‘PAID AT WOOLLOONGABBA/—1MY63/QLD-AUST.’ in red, on Dyer & Co window envelope. [Rated RR by Smithies] Wycarbah: 2 strikes of ‘WYCARBAH/9FE70/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with handstamped blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1888;

$50 $40

$10 $8 $40 $6 $6

$10 $12

PO 1/7/1927; closed 25/3/1980.

$15

1888; PO c.-/11/1908; closed 1/7/1990.

$10

Yandaran: 4 strikes of ‘YANDARAN/18NO69/QLD-4673’ (ERD) on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with violet handstamped blue provisional registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] RO 18/9/ Yarrabah (2): 2 strikes of ‘YARRABAH/26JE70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/10/1965; closed 1/9/1991. Yerra: 3 strikes of ‘YERRA/6MY70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1913; PO c.1915; closed 9/5/1970.

QUEENSLAND | Travelling Post Offices $8 1679 * A A1 North Coast Railway: ‘T.P.O.NO1.N.C/DOWN20NO07/ QUEENSLAND’ on 1d 4-Corners on PPC to Ipswich. $8 QUEENSLAND | Reliefs 1680 D A A2 Z.21: violet double-oval ‘[PMG’S] DEPT Z.21/[?]JAN1950/QLD. AUST.’ on 5½d Emu. $80 SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1681 W B 1884 Reprints Wmk Crown/SA (Wide) 6d slate-blue rouletted, SG #17, creased. $8 1682 F A 1856-58 Imperf Adelaide Printing 2d red, SG #9, Cat £40, 4 tight margins. 1683 F B 1860-69 Second Roulettes 1d bright yellow-green, SG #19, Cat $12 £32, light crease - 1d sage-green, SG #21, Cat £40, aged. 1684 F B 1685 F A- 1d sage-green, vertical pair, SG #21, Cat £80, light crease at BRC. $30 1686 F B - 1/- yellow, SG #38, Cat £28, cancelled with unframed ‘PAID/ OC25/1861/4/[ADELA]IDE.S.A’ (A2 - 4 sideways - first day of $8 issue) in blue, small toned spot at BRC, short closed tear at top. 1687 F A B3 1868-79 Wmk Large Star Perf 11½-12½ 9d claret, SG #75. $4 1688 F A- C2 - 9d shade set, claret, bright mauve & red-purple, SG #75-7, Cat £24. 1689 F A C2 - 1/- red-brown, SG #83, Cat £12. $8 1690 F A C3 1870-73 Wmk Large Star Perf 10x11½-12½ or Perf 11½12½x10 or Compound 6d Prussian blue, SG #105, rough vertical perfs. $4 1691 F A C3 1876-1900 Wmk Broad Star Perf 11½-12½ 8d on 9d brown, SG #120. 1692 * A B1 - 1/- chocolate SG130. $45 1693 * A D2 1901-02 Wmk Crown/SA (Wide) Perf 11½-12½ (Large Holes) 9d claret pair, SG #146, Cat £34. $6 1694 * A B1 1876-1904 DLR Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 10 1d bluegreen, SG #167, Cat £17. 1695 ** A- D1 - 2d orange-red strip of 3, SG #168, Cat £48, 1 light tone spot, $8 TRC leftmost unit. 1696 * A B1 1883-99 Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 13 3d pale olive-green, $10 SG #192. 1697 * A B1 - 6d blue, SG #194a. $10 1698 * A B1 1905-11 Wmk Crown/A Perf 12x11½ 1d rosine, SG #294. 1699 F A B2 1906-12 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12,12½ 4d $5 orange, P12½, perf ‘SA’, SG #299b, cancelled with partial cds showing MR14 10, poor perfs at base. 1700 F A B1 - 6d blue-green SG 300a. 1701 * A B1 - 8d bright ultramarine, P12½, (16½mm), SG #301, Cat £10. $20 1702 * A B1 - 9d brown-lake P12, SG 302. 1703 F A- B1 - 1/- brown, P12, perf ‘SA’, SG #303, couple of toned perfs at base. $15 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Official Stamps $15 1704 * A D1 1888-91 Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 10 6d blue wide left margin, SG #O50, Cat £27. $10 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Official) 1705 *F A 1883 Framed Queen Victoria 1d violet Ovpt ‘OS’, HG #D1, used to Hindmarsh (squared circle receiving backstamp) in $8 1893.

$15 $60 $40 $10 $10 $22 $10 $20 $45 $50 $5 $14 $8 $5 $4 $35 $25 $13 $43 $6 $6 $4 $8 $10 $10 $18 $10 $15

$25


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1706 *F A1884 Arms 14x9mm New Stock ½d violet, HG #E3, cancelled with 26mm squared-circle ‘KADINA/AU14/95/S.A’ (A2), touch of toning at right edge. - ½d violet, HG #E3, cancelled with 25½mm squared-circle 1707 *F A‘MOONTA/DE1/94/SA’ (A1-), rounded TLC. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal History 1907 use of 2d violet with perf ‘SA’, cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/ 1708 *F A1215PMMY1107/S.AUST’ (A1-), on long OHMS cover to Prospect, SA, some light creasing and odd tonespot.

1743 D A1 $20 $15

$5 $25

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Diamond Numerals 1710 S A A2 75: on 2d orange DLR P10. Allocated to Yankalilla-PO 1/10/1842. 1711 S A B2 190: on 2d violet DLR. Allocated to Tumby Bay-PO 18/11/1863.

$15 $10

1715 D A A2 1716 *

1/9/1862; CMA 30/6/1993.

‘BURNSIDE/1??A30JA39/STH

Burnside: AUST’ on 2d red KGVI. PO 21/7/1863. A- A1- Christies Beach: ‘PAID AT CHRISTIES BEACH/12OC62/SAAUST’ in red, on District Council of Noarlunga, Christies Beach window envelope, mss note at TLC. Renamed from Christie Beach

1717 * A- B1 1718 S A B2 1719 * A A11720 D A A11721 * A B1 1722 * A A1 1723 * B B1 1724 D A1 1725 * A A1 1726 D A A2 1727 * A- A2 1728 * A A1 1729 * A- A2 1730 * A A21731 * B B1 1732 D A A2 1733 * A A1 1734 D A1 1735 * B A11736 * A A1 1737 S A A3 1738 S A A2 1739 * A A1

PO c.1961.

Cowell: ‘COWELL/19FE38/S.A’ on 1d & 2d KGVI x2 on air cover to Adelaide. PO 1/10/1884. Dublin (2): framed ‘DUBLIN/JU29/97/S_A’ on 2d orange. PO 1/8/

1877; CMA 23/7/1989.

Edithburgh: 23½mm squared-circle ‘EDITHBURGH/26JY/10/ S_A’ on 1d red on PPC of two girls on a bench. PO c.1873. Elizabeth Vale: ‘RELIEF/11/4-P22SE86/SOUTH-AUST’ in black on official mail piece, tied by straight-line ‘ELIZABETH VALE, S. AUST. 5112’ cancel in violet. PO 9/1/1961. Enfield: ‘PAID AT ENFIELD/31OC67/SA-AUST’ in red, on City of Enfield window envelope. PO 1/9/1852; replaced by Blair Athol PO 10/1/1968.

Farrells Flat: ‘FARRELL FLAT/5P31DE87/S.A.-5416’ (closing day) on 37c Wombat PSE, unaddressed. PO 26/9/1870; closed 31/12/

1987.

Gawler: ‘PAID AT GAWLER/3D1AP[5]2/S.A.’ in black, on Gawler Tyre Service illustrated window envelope, mss notes at TLC. PO

18/5/1841.

Glandore (1): ‘PAID AT GLANDORE/14AP78/STH AUST’ (LRD) in red. Renamed from Black Forest PO 1/1/1915; closed 14/8/1986. Glenburnie (3): ‘GLENBURNIE/29MR86/STH AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Great Barrier Reef PSE. PO 10/11/

$7 $5

1967.

Hindmarsh: ‘PAID AT HINDMARSH/3D8SE55/S.A’ in red, on cover to Ferryden Park, mss markings at left, small closed tear at right. PO 29/1/1847. Hutt Street: ‘HUTT STREET/230P10DE62/SOUTH-AUST’ on 5d Xmas. PO 15/10/1946. Kadina: ‘PAID AT KADINA/■■ -5NO63/STH AUST’ in red, on plain window envelope. PO c.-/4/1861. Karoonda: ‘KAROONDA/3DE69/STH AUSTR’ on piece. RO 11/11/1912.

Kilkenny: ‘PAID KILKENNY/1D15NO40/S.A.’ in black, on Pope Products window envelope, generalised light creasing. PO 1/11/ 1883; closed 23/5/1980.

Lipson: ‘LIPSON/23JE88/SOUTH·AUST’ on 1c Echidna frama on unaddressed cover with Closure of Post Office cachet. Renamed

1753 * A A1

$15 $10 $5 $12 $10 $25 $5

$5

1765 F A 1766 G A D3

$8

1767 *

A B2

$20

1768 * 1769 * 1770 * 1771 * 1772 F

A B1 A A1 A B1 A A1 A- B1

$3

1773 *

A B1

$25

1774 * 1775 *

A B1 A- B1

1776 *

A A1

$4 $40 $10

7/10/1924; closed 24/12/1927.

$60

Loveday: ‘LOVE[DA]Y/6AU24/S.A.’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 12/9/

1921; CMA 31/3/1994.

$3

PO 1/4/1927; closed 30/3/1985.

$5

Lyndhurst (2): ‘LYNDHURST/30MR85/STH AUST’ (closing day) on 33c Kakadu PSE, unaddressed Renamed from Lyndhurst Siding

1740 * A- A1- Maitland: ‘PAID AT MAITLAND/3½8MY57/S.A’ in red, on plain window envelope, mss note at TLC PO c.1874. 1741 D A A1 Mannum: 2 strikes of ‘MANNUM/215P18OC45/S.A.’ on 5½d Emu on piece with blue registration label. PO 2/11/1864. 1742 * A- B1 McLaren Vale (2): ‘PAID AT MCLAREN VALE/-D16SE60/S.A’ in red, on Council of Noarlunga window envelope, mss note at TLC. PO c.1855.

1763 F A 1764 F A

$40

(ERD) in red.

Mount Lofty: Black & white PPC ‘View from Mount Lofty near Adelaide’, early card used from Rupanyup Victoria in 1904. PO 1/2/1884; renamed Stirling South PO 19/6/1967.

Mount Torrens (2): ‘MOUNT TORRENS/2???DE13/STH AUST.’ on 1d Roo on reduced front. PO c.1855. Naracoorte: ‘NARACOORTE/17FE44/SOUTH AUST’ on 5½d Emu on piece with blue registration label. Renamed from Mosquito Plains PO 1/10/1861.

Norwood: ‘NORWOOD/SA/15JUL/-/1966/AUST/PAID’ machine in red, on Pulleys window envelope. PO 1/8/1853. Oaklands Park: ‘OAKLANDS PARK/28APR1997/[code]/S. AUST. 5046’ on 45c Classic Cars for codes 9-16 on covers with ‘Opening of Oaklands Park Annex’ cachets, all unaddressed. PO 10/2/1969. (8) Pinnaroo: ‘PAID AT PINNAROO/■16JA61/SOUTH-AUST’ in red, on plain window envelope. RO 13/12/1905; PO c.-/10/1907. Quorn: ‘QUORN/18MY42/SOUTH-AUST.’ (A1 backstamp), on 5½d Emu on registered cover to Norwood, some light toning. PO 1/8/1878.

St. Peters: 2 light strikes of ‘ST PETERS/145P160C57/ SOUTH·AUST’ on 1/- Lyre Bird, 4d QEII and 3d QEII on Tatt’s cover with blue registration label. PO 1/11/1886. Stirling (2): light ‘STIRLING/PAID/27FE78/S-AUST-5152’ in red. Renamed from Stirling West PO 15/8/1966.

6/3/1918; PO c.1920; CMA 13/7/1993.

$30

$10

PO 1/8/1862.

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Tailem Bend (2): ‘TAILEM BEND/5P16AP98/1/SA 5260’ on 45c Herb Elliot on unaddressed cover with ‘Opening of Licensed Post Office’ cachet. PO c.1898; LPO 16/4/1998. 1754 * A A1 Tarcowie: ‘TARCOWIE/930A31AU88/SA-5431’ (closing day) on 37c Wombat PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1876; closed 31/8/1988. 1755 * A A1 Thebarton: ‘THEBARTON/6-P20JE36/S.A.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. PO 24/10/1850. 1756 * B A1- - ‘PAID AT THEBARTON/3D5JA54/S.A.’ in black, on slightly tattered window envelope. 1757 * A A2 - ‘PAID AT TH[EBA]RTON/3½D5JE57/S.A.’ in red, on plain window envelope. 1758 * A A1 - ‘THEBARTON/SA/30JUN/-/1966/AUST/PAID’ machine in red, on Commonwealth Industrial Gases window envelope. 1759 D A A1 Waikerie: ‘WAIKERIE/1JL46/S.A’ on 3d KGVI & 2½d Peace on piece with blue registration label. PO 1/5/1894. 1760 * A- A1- Woodville: ‘PAID AT WOODVILLE/3D12DE51/S.A.’ in black, on window envelope, some light pencil marks on front. PO c.-/3/1856. 1761 * A A1- Yaninee: ‘YANINEE/13JY93/SOUTH-AUST’ on 45c Kakadu PSE, unaddressed, with ‘CLOSURE OF POST OFFICE’ cachet. RO

TASMANIA $30 1762 F A

from Yarandale PO 1/10/1909; closed 23/6/1988.

Lock No. 2: ‘NO 2 LOC[K]/18MR25/[S.A]’ on 1½d red KGV. PO

1751 * A B2

$3

$8

Hallett Cove: ‘HALLETT COVE/130P20JA86/SA 5158’ on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, unaddressed. PO 6/1/1986. Hawker: 27½mm squared-circle ‘[H]AWKER/OC1/10/S_A’ on 1d red on PPC with posed children who would definitely rather be somewhere else. Renamed from Wonoka PO 24/8/1880. Hilton (2): ‘PAID AT HILTON/?[??6]2/SOUTH AUST’ in red, on plain window envelope. PO 1/7/1872; renamed Cowandilla PO 19/6/

1749 * A B1-

1752 D A1-

1899.

PO 5/12/1849.

1748 * A A1

$3

$5

Glenelg: 27½mm squared-circle ‘GLENELG/0/SE?/10/S_A’ on 1d on H&B tinted PPC of ‘AN AUSTRALIAN PICNIC RESORT’.

1747 * A A1

1750 * A- B1

1928; closed 29/3/1985.

Glencoe: ‘GLENCOE/8SE39/S.A.’ on 2d red KGVI. PO 13/9/

1745 * A B11746 D A A1

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Departmental Overprints 1709 F C Stipendary Magistrate (SM) in black on 2d DLR P10 (damaged).

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 1712 * A B1 Adelaide: boxed ‘ADELAIDE/S.A./21MCH/1966/PAID’ machine in red, on Rigby Limited window envelope. PO 10/4/1837. 1713 D C1 - ‘ADELAIDE/PAID/4DE73/6/S-AUST-5000’ (ERD by 10 yrs) in red. 1714 S A A2- Blinman: ‘BLINMAN/2AP28/STH AUST’ on 1½d red KGV. PO

1744 * A

Moonta:

‘MOONTA/PAID/2?OC78/S-AUST-5558’

1777 F A B1 1778 *

A B1

1779 *

A B1

1780 ** A B1 1781 ** A A1 1782 * A A1 1783 * A A1

1853 Imperf Courier Plate I Early Impression 4d bright redorange (Plate 1 - 1st state), SG #5, Cat £850, cancelled with BN ‘31’ (B2) of Green Ponds, cut-to-shape. This stamp had originally had the corners “added” but these came off when the stamp was soaked to remove a hinge. The corners and backing are included on a display page along with a ‘used’ forgery and facsimile of this stamp. (3) 1857-69 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 4d pale blue with Wmk Inverted, three good margins. 1860-67 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d grey, SG #45, Cat £70, cut-to-shape - 6d grey-violet 4-margins close to good SG 46. 1863-71 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 10 1d brick-red, SG #57, Cat £30, mss cancel “Paid/12/Dec [initials]/ 1868”. 1871-78 Sidefaces Wmk TAS & Lines Perf 11½ 4d ochre, SG #147a, Cat £75, poor perfs at left. 1880-91 Sideface Wmk TAS Perf 12 ½d orange SG 163. 1889 Surcharged in Words Halfpenny on 1d scarlet SG 167. 1896 Sidefaces Wmk TAS Perf 12 9d blue SG 227a. 1899-1900 Pictorials Engraved 2½d indigo, SG #232. - 4d deep orange-buff, SG #234, cancelled with boxed ‘SHIP LET[TER]’, slight toning to top edge. 1902-04 Pictorials Litho Wmk V/Crown 1d carmine-red, SG #238, Wmk Inverted. - 1d scarlet, wmk upright, SG #241. 1903 Wmk V/Crown 9d blue P11, SG #242a, 2 small toned spots on gum. 1904 Surcharge 1½d on 5d pale blue & brown marginal block of 4 (2**) SG 244. 1905-12 Pictorials Litho Wmk Crown/A 2d purple P12½, SG #245 with scratch above left side of M of TASMANIA 1905-11 Pictorials Typo Wmk Crown/A 1d carmine-red, SG #250g. 1911 Pictorials Stereotyped 2d bright violet P11 with white flaws down top half of right side etc [4/14?]. 1889 Reprints 2d olive-green chalon P11½ on thick card ovptd ‘REPRINT’. - 1/- vermilion chalon perf 11½ on thick card ovptd ‘REPRINT’. - 4d blue Chalon on thick card perf 11½ Optd Reprint. - 1/- vermilion Chalon on thick card perf 11½ imperf at top, Optd Reprint.

$30 TASMANIA | Postal Fiscals 1784 * A B1 1880 Platypus Perf 14 3d chestnut, SG # F27, Cat £20. $8 TASMANIA | Revenues 1785 * A B1 Stamp Duty: 1900 1d blue platypus Optd REVENUE. $20

$4 $15 $8 $8 $8

$20 $25 $10 $8 $4 $10 $5 $8 $25 $25 $8 $8 $40 $8

$70 $30 $20 $40 $5 $50 $10 $25 $20 $25 $5 $8 $7 $5 $3 $4 $6 $20 $50 $50 $40 $50 $20 $30


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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1833 D A B2

TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1786 *** A 1883 Border Removed London Printing 1d carmine rose H&G 2. 1895 New Local Plates 1d pink on white, H&G 7a. 1787 *** A

$15 $15

1834 D A A1

TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (PTPO) 1882 Additional ‘HALF PENNY’ Imprint ½d red on 1d carmine, 1788 *** A= HG #K4.

1835 D A B2 1836 S A B1-

76: on 2d Sideface tied with framed ‘RICHMOND/SP6/99/ [TASMAN]IA’. Allocated to Richmond-PO 1/6/1832. 77: on 1d Sideface tied with framed ‘ROSS/??18/??/ TASMAN[IA]’. Allocated to Ross-PO 1/6/1832. 81: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Sorell-PO 1/6/1832. 82: on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Breadalbane-PO 1/10/1847;

$65

1837 D A B1-

83: on 1d stationery cut-out. Allocated to Southport-PO 11/7/1857;

TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1789 *** A 1883 Queen Victoria Embossed Head 2d green on white stock, HG #1.

$15

TASMANIA | Postal History 1885 Letter Bill form used from Epping Post Office to Green 1790 *F A Ponds Post Office on Nov 3 1885. 1897 grotty underpaid GB 1d brown Wrapper to Hobart, ‘T/5’ in 1791 *G D hexagon on face (B1), oval ‘“1”D/MORE TO PAY’ (B1) applied to face in Tas.

$60

TASMANIA | Numerals - First Allocation 1792 S A- A2 52: on 6d chalon, small cut at TLC. Allocated to Ross-PO 1/6/1832.

$30

TASMANIA | Numerals - Second Allocation 1793 D A A1 2: on 1d Pictorial pair tied with framed ‘AVOCA/SP13/00/ TASMANIA’. Allocated to Avoca-Renamed from St. Paul’s Plains PO 1794 D A A1 1795 D A A1 1796 D A B1 1797 D A A11798 S A A11799 D A A11800 D A A1 1801 S A B11802 D A A1-

1/1/1838.

6: on 2d Sideface tied with framed ‘BOTHWELL/NOV/98/ [TASMANIA]’. Allocated to Bothwell-PO 1/6/1832. 10: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Brighton-PO 1/6/1832; renamed

Pontville PO 30/6/1895; closed 31/7/1973. 12: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Broadmarsh Lower-RH 1/11/1860; PO 1/10/1865; renamed Broadmarsh PO 16/6/1891; closed 30/9/1968. 13: 2 strikes on 2d & 1d Sideface. Allocated to Brown’s River-PO 1/9/ 1835; renamed Kingston PO 31/12/1881. 16: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Campbell Town-PO 1/6/1832. 17: 2 strikes on 2d Sideface pair & 1d Sideface. Allocated to Carlton-PO 9/11/1841; closed 30/11/1949. 18: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Carrick-PO 5/11/1841. 19: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Chudleigh-RH 1/10/1856; PO 3/1/ 1857; closed 7/11/1990.

20: on 2d Sideface tied with ‘STANLEY/MR21/99/[TASMANIA].

Allocated to Circular Head-PO 1/7/1845; renamed Stanley PO 31/12/ 1881.

1803 D A B2

22: on 2d Sideface tied with [CL]EVELAND/DE13/99/ [TAS]MANIA’. Allocated to Cleveland-PO 8/12/1841; closed 24/12/

1804 S A A2 1805 S A B1-

23: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Cressy-PO 17/9/1856. 24: on 1d Pictorial pair tied with ‘ST MARY’S/FE21/00/ TASMANIA’. Allocated to Cullenswood-Renamed from St. Patrick’s

1806 D A A11807 S A B11808 D A A11809 D A A11810 S A A11811 S A B2 1812 S A A11813 D A A11814 D A A11815 D A A11816 S A B11817 S A A1 1818 S A A11819 D A B11820 D A A11821 S A B2 1822 D A B2+ 1823 S A A11824 S 1825 D 1826 D 1827 D

A A1 A A1 A B1A A1-

1973.

Head PO 23/7/1849; renamed St. Mary’s PO 11/4/1869. 25: on 2d stationery cut-out. Allocated to Deloraine-PO 13/2/1845. 26: on 2d Pictorial. Allocated to Don-PO 12/5/1856. 29: 2 strikes on 2d Sideface pair. Allocated to Emu Bay-PO 1/7/1851; renamed Burnie PO 31/12/1881. 34: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Victoria-PO c.1858. 35: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Forcett-PO 1/10/1848; closed 13/5/ 1974. 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. 39: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Green Ponds-PO 1/6/1832; renamed Kempton PO 18/3/1895. 43: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Franklin-Renamed from FranklinHuon PO 22/2/1878. 46: 2 strikes on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Jerusalem-PO 1/8/ 1842; renamed Colebrook PO 9/4/1894; closed 1/8/1986. 48: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Kangaroo Point-PO 24/6/1832; renamed Bellerive PO 31/12/1881; replaced by Rosny Park PO 15/10/ 1982. 51: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to La Trobe-PO 31/8/1860; renamed Latrobe PO 26/1/1873. 52: on 1d Platypus. Allocated to Launceston-PO 12/10/1822. 53: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Leven-PO 30/5/1857; renamed Ulverstone PO 31/12/1881. 54: 2 strikes on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to Longford-Renamed from Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856. 55: on 1d Pictorial. Allocated to Lymington-PO 17/9/1856; renamed Nile PO 16/9/1890; renamed Lymington North PO 9/9/1891; renamed Nile PO 6/2/1901. 56: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Macquarie Plains-PO 27/6/1832; renamed Bushy Park PO 31/12/1967. 58: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Melton Mowbray-RH 1/3/1860; PO 18/11/1875; closed 31/7/1987.

59: 2 strikes on 1d Sideface pair tied with framed ‘[G]ORMANSTON/OC14/98/[TASMAN]IA’. Allocated to Mount Lyell-

1848 S A B1-

$5

1849 S A A2

$6 $8

1850 S A A1-

1852 S A A2

$10

1853 S A A2+

$5 $5 $8

1858 D A A1 1859 * A- A1

$5

1860 * A A1

$8 $4 $5 $6 $4 $10 $5 $4 $4 $6

1861 S A B1 1862 D A B1 1863 D A A1 1864 S A A1 1865 S A A2 1866 * A A1 1867 * A B1 1868 * A B1

$6 $4

$4

renamed Dover PO 1/7/1895. 74: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Queenborough-Renamed from Sandy Bay RH 1/8/1859; PO c.1864; renamed Sandy Bay PO c.1878.

1857 * A A1-

$8 $8

1854; renamed Lovett PO 30/6/1895; renamed Cygnet PO 13/5/1915.

71: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Port Esperance-PO 6/2/1856;

renamed Hythe PO 1/7/1895; renamed Southport PO 17/9/1969. 84: on 2d stationery cut-out. Allocated to Spring Bay-PO 1/12/1836; renamed Triabunna PO 31/12/1881. 85: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Spring Hill-PO 1/10/ 1841; RO 1/1/1910; PO 1/6/1927; closed 1/7/1929. 87: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Table Cape-RH c.1856; renamed Wynyard PO 1/1/1882. 91: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Torquay-PO 1/10/1854; renamed East Devonport PO 28/2/1890; renamed Devonport East PO 30/6/1895. 92: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Tunbridge-PO 17/3/1856. 93: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Victoria (Huon)-RH 1/1/1856; PO c.1867; renamed Huonville PO 25/5/1889.

94: on 2d Sideface tied with framed ‘SWA[ANSE]A/18AP/99/ TASMANIA’. Allocated to Waterloo Point-PO 1/12/1841; renamed

$12 $4

1869 S A A2 1870 * A A1

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

Swansea PO c.1863.

$4 $5 $5

Middleton PO 9/3/1892.

$6

Conara Junction PO 14/10/1887; Re-allocated to Conara PO 1/1/1960. 101: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Kentishbury-RH 1/11/1862; PO c.1866; renamed Sheffield PO 1/1/1882. 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. 155: 2 strikes on 2d Sideface pair. Allocated to Campania-PO 15/9/ 1873. 207: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Oatlands Station-PO 1/6/1879; renamed Parattah PO 31/12/1881. 299: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Waratah-Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO 1/1/1882.

$5

- on 1d pict. 95: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Westbury-PO 21/6/1832. 98: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Long Bay-PO 16/11/1864; renamed 100: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Corners-PO 12/8/1862; renamed

TASMANIA | Datestamps $5 1854 * A 1980: group of 110 different datestamps on cover, mostly 1980s & 1990s, condition overall good. 1855 D A A2 Avoca: framed ‘AVOCA/OC16/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. $8 Renamed from St. Paul’s Plains PO 1/1/1838. $5 1856 * A- B1 Bathurst Street: ‘PAID AT BATHURST ST/3½D14JY58/TASAUST’ on plain window envelope, mss notation at top. PO 9/8/

$6 $5

1831 S A A1-

1851 S B A2

$6 $6

renamed Woodbridge PO 31/12/1881.

68: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Perth-PO 1/6/1832. 70: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Port Cygnet-RH 8/12/1853; PO 1/1/

1844 D A A1

$5

$4

1829 S A B2 1830 S A A1-

1842 S A B11843 S A B1-

$4

Allocated to Ouse-PO 1/10/1835.

67: on 2d Pictorial. Allocated to Peppermint Bay-PO 15/5/1854;

1840 S A B1-

1845 S A B1 1846 D A A11847 S B A1-

$5

$8 $4 $6 $6

65: on 2d Sideface tied with ‘[O]USE/JA1/96/TASMANIA’.

1839 S B B1-

1841 S A B1-

PO 1/1/1891; renamed Gormanston PO 29/10/1894; closed 30/4/1979. 62: on 1d Pictorial. Allocated to New Town-RH 1/1/1842; PO 1/2/1843. 63: on 1d Sideface pair. Allocated to New Norfolk-PO 1/6/1832. 64: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Oatlands-PO 1/6/1832.

1828 S A B1-

1832 D A A1-

$30

1838 D A B1-

closed 30/9/1968.

$4

1954.

Beaconsfield: ‘PAID AT BEACONSFIELD/3JY86/TAS-AUST’ on long Westpac cover to Launceston. Renamed from Brandy Creek

PO 1/4/1879.

Bothwell: ‘BOTHWELL/22FE65/TASMANIA’ on 5d green QEII. [Rated RR] PO 1/6/1832. Brighton (1): unframed ‘BRIGHTON/MY13/72/TASMANIA’ on Letter Bill. PO 1/6/1832; renamed Pontville PO 30/6/1895. Brighton Military Camp (2): ‘MIL.P.O. BRIGHTON/23FE40/ TAS-AUST’, cancelling 1d green QE Die II pair & ½d roo block of 4, on plain cover with blue provisional C6 registration label, backstamped with ‘GEELONG/26FE40/VIC.-AUST.’ (A1) arrival. PO 17/10/1939; closed 11/1/1947.

Brighton Station: framed ‘BRIGHTON STATION/FE17/05/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/5/1883; TO c.1914; closed c.1957. Burnie: ‘PAID AT BURNIE/—?18AP63/TAS-AUST’ (price turned off) in red. Renamed from Emu Bay PO 1/1/1882. Calder Road Upper: ‘CALDER UPPER/21FE73/TAS.-AUST’ on 7c Christmas. [Rated R] Renamed from Calder Road RH 1/10/1908;

PO c.1910; closed 28/11/1975.

Colebrook: framed ‘COLEBROOK/JY26/02/°TASMANIA°’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Jerusalem PO 9/4/1894; closed 1/8/1986. Conara Junction: framed ‘CONARA/MR28/05/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Corners PO 14/10/1887; closed 31/12/ 1959.

Cressy: ‘PAID AT CRESSY/14MR79/TAS-AUST’ in red on unaddressed cover. [Rated R] PO 17/9/1856. Deloraine (2): ‘PAID AT DELORAINE/22NO76/TAS-AUST’, on long cover. PO 13/2/1845. - 3 covers - [1] ‘PAID AT DELORAINE/11OC78/TAS-AUST’ in red on long envelope; [2] ‘PAID AT DELORAINE/5P4MR88/TASAUST’ (A1) in red on window envelope, & [3] ‘PAID AT DELORAINE/5P7JA97/TAS-AUST’ (B1) in black on cover to Hobart. Derby: framed ‘DERBY/AU24/06/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial.

$12 $6 $6 $4 $5 $80 $5 $30 $5 $15 $10

$80 $10 $5 $10 $8 $5 $4 $5

$12

Renamed from Brother’s Home PO 1/1/1886.

$5

closed 10/2/1984.

$5

Deviot: ‘DEVIOT/10FE84/TAS-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 30c Tasmanian Arms PSE. RO 1/4/1909; PO c.1915;

1871 S A A2-

Egg Lagoon: light ‘EGG LAGOON/11AU67/TAS-[AUST]’ on 4c Lions. [Rated RRR] RO 1/6/1925; PO 1/6/1927; closed 29/9/1967.

1872 * A B1

George Town: 3 covers - [1] light ‘PAID AT GEORGETOWN/ 28MY73/TAS-AUST’ in red on cover to Hobart; [2] ‘PAID AT GEORGETOWN/415P6JY83/TAS-AUST’ (A1) in red on window envelope; [3] ‘GEORGE TOWN/PAID/415P11JY86/TAS AUST 7253’ (A1) in red on East Tamar Freight cover to Invermay. PO

[King Island]

$60

11/12/1822.

$12


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1873 * A A1

1874 * A- A1

1875 * A A1

1876 * A A1 1877 * A A1 1878 * A A1-

1879 S A B3 1880 * A A1 1881 D A A11882 * A A1-

1883 D A A11884 D A A2 1885 S A A11886 S A A21887 * A A11888 D A- A1 1889 D A A2 1890 S A C2 1891 D A B2 1892 S A B1 1893 D A A2 1894 D A A1

Glenorchy: 3 covers - [1] ‘PAID AT GLENORCHY/3JE74/TASAUST’ in red on window front; [2] ‘GLENORCHY/PAID/5P8FE82/

TAS-AUST-7010’ (B1-) in red on window envelope; [3] ‘GLENORCHY/PAID/10A6MY87/TAS AUST 7010’ (A1-) in red on cover to Hobart. PO 1/7/1837. Hobart: ‘1D/POSTAGE PAID/S/MAY31/1899/HOBART.TAS.’ on cover to Wellington, NZ, with ‘N.Z./WELLINGTON/19SP99’ (A2) in red with straight-line ‘UNCLAIMED’, some light toning & backflap missing, also includes 12 Tatts betting enclosures. Renamed from Hobart Town PO 1/1/1881.

HOBART/21AU75/TAS-AUST’

- 5 covers - [1] ‘PAID AT G.P.O. in red on Hydroelectric cover to Launceston; [2] ‘HOBART GPO/ 10MY78 PAID/ /TAS-AUST-7000’ (A1-) in red on Fall’s cover to Hobart; [3] ‘HOBART GPO/PAID/230??FE80/TAS-AUST-7000’ (B1) in red on St. Johns Ambulance cover to Mowbray; [4] ‘PAID AT HOBART/30JY85/TAS-AUST’ (A1) in red on cover; [5] ‘PAID AT HOBART/9P14JA88/TAS-AUST’ (A1) in red on cover. Hobart North: ‘PAID AT HOBART NTH/25NO68/TAS-AUST’ on window envelope front. Renamed from Elizabeth Street Upper PO 1/4/ 1895.

- ‘HOBART NORTH/PAID/-7DE77/TAS-AUST-7000’ in red on plain

window envelope. - 3 covers - [1] ‘HOBART NORTH/PAID/10JA79/TAS-AUST-7000’ in red on window envelope; [2] ‘HOBART NORTH/PAID/ 5P12MR84/TAS-AUST-7000’ (A1) in red on window envelope; [3] ‘HOBART NORTH/PAID/5P4MY90/TAS-AUST-7000’ (B1) in red on window envelope. Howden: ‘[H]OWDEN/14SE36/[TA]S.’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated RR] RO 2/10/1908; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1968. Huonville: ‘HUONVILLE/29JA92/TAS-7109’, on 45c A51 Frama unaddressed Air Mail cover. Renamed from Victoria (Huon) PO 25/5/ 1889.

Kelso (2): ‘KELSO/24JY64/TAS-AUST’, on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] RO 10/11/1911; PO c.1922; closed 18/12/1973. Launceston South: 2 covers - [1] ‘PAID AT LAUNCESTON SOUTH/17SE73/TAS·AUST’ in red on window envelope; [2] ‘PAID AT LAUNCESTON SOUTH/2P26AU87/TAS·AUST’ (A1) in red on A.E. Jack window envelope. Renamed from Wellington Street PO

1/11/1897; closed 27/1/1988.

WEST/27AP76/TAS-AUST’,

Launceston West: ‘LAUNCESTON on 1c Shrimp. [Rated R] RO 1/8/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 26/7/

1977.

Lemana Junction: ‘LEMANA JION/1—-16FE24/TASMANIA’ on 1½d green KGV. Renamed from Chudleigh Junction as a PO 1/4/1906; closed 15/2/1985.

Lewis Hill: ‘LEWIS HILL/12AU51/TAS’ #4, on 3½d KGVI. [Rated R] Renamed from Leipzig RO 1/4/1921; PO 1/6/1927; closed

30/6/1955.

Loira: ‘LOIRA/30AU35/[TAS.]’, on 2d Silver Jubilee. [Rated R]

1972.

Renamed from Whitefoord Hills PO 18/9/1915; closed 30/6/1971.

Parkham: framed ‘PARKHAM/AP20/34/TASMANIA’ on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 1/4/1885; closed 31/5/1966. Pawtella: ‘PAWTELLA/13SE37/TAS’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. RO 1/6/1924; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/3/1968.

‘PIONEER/2OC71/TAS-AUST’

Pioneer: on 6c red QEII cut-out uprated with with 1c brown QEII. Renamed from Bradshaw’s Creek PO 1/1/1956.

1895 D A A1

Plenty: framed ‘RIVER PLENTY/17AU/37/TASMANIA’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. Renamed from River Plenty PO 1/7/1895; closed

1896 D A A2

Port Sorell (2): ‘PORT SORELL/5MR69/TAS-AUST’ in red on 5c cut-out. PO 3/7/1944. Regatta Point: ‘REGATTA POINT/JU6/35/TASMANIA’ on 2d Silver Jubilee. PO 1/4/1900; closed 31/8/1964. Rekuna: ‘REKUNA/?AU37/TASMANIA’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. [Rated R] Renamed from Tea Tree Upper RO 1/1/1912; PO c.1926;

1897 D A B1 1898 D A B2

31/8/1956.

closed 25/11/1965.

1899 D A- A1- Renison Bell: ‘RENISON BELL/14JY1930/TASMANIA’ on 1½d Sturt, slight toning. PO 1/7/1908; TO 1/10/1968; closed 30/4/1976. 1900 D A A1- Richmond: ‘RICHMOND/13JY37/TAS.’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. PO 1/6/1832. 1901 * B A1- Ringarooma: ‘PAID AT RINGAROOMA/—■9OC56/TAS-AUST’ in black, on plain envelope, torn TRC well clear of handstamp. 1902 D A B2 1903 * A A1 1904 * A A1 1905 D A1+

PO 1/10/1874.

Roger River (1): ‘ROGER RIVER/4SE36/[T]AS’ on 1d green KGV pair. RO 15/1/1917; PO c.1926; renamed Rogerton PO 31/3/1978. Roger River (2): ‘ROGER RIVER/3JY78/TAS-7330’ (opening day), cancelling 20c Little Grebe (First Day), on AP souvenir cover. Renamed from Rogerton PO 3/7/1978; closed 13/4/1982. Rogerton: ‘ROGERTON/30JE78/TAS-7330’ (closing day), cancelling 18c NT, on unaddressed AP souvenir cover. Renamed from Roger River PO 3/4/1978; renamed Roger River PO 30/6/1978.

Scottsdale: ‘PAID AT SCOTTSDALE/3AU70/TAS-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Ellesmere PO 4/9/1893.

Sorell: ‘SORELL/DE8/38/TASMANIA’ on 2d scarlet KGVI. PO

Renamed from Duck River PO 1/7/1895.

$5

1/6/1832.

$3

1910 D A B1

1913 D A A11914 D A- A2

Stonor: ‘STONOR/20MY37/TAS.’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. PO

1912 D A A1$20 $10

1915 D A A1-

$4

1916 D A B1 1917 D A A1-

$25 $30 $6 $15

$15 $10 $3 $8

$12 $5 $5

closed 14/12/1971.

Spreyton: framed ‘SPREYTON/10OC/34/TASMANIA’ on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 19/2/1883. St. Leonards: framed ‘ST LEONARDS/AP18/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/5/1871. St. Mary’s: ‘ST MARY’S/17JL35/TASMANIA’ on 2d Silver Jubilee. Renamed from Cullenswood PO 12/4/1869. Stanley: ‘STANLEY/215P8AU35/TAS.’ on 2d Silver Jubilee.

1911 S A A1-

$40

Marrawah: ‘MARRAWAH/8AU61/TAS-AUST’ in violet on 5d blue. PO 1/3/1897. Merseylea: framed ‘MERSEYLEA/DE8/24/TASMANIA’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 20/10/1897; closed 30/9/1965. Moltema: ‘MOLTEMA/19DE69/[TAS- ]’ (postcode obliterated black marks remain), #6a(x), on 5c Christmas 1969. [Rated RR]

1907 D A A2

$25

Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856.

Lowdina: on 5c blue QEII, some slight toning at edges. [Rated R] RO 1/6/1914; PO 1/6/1927; closed 29/4/

Smithton: ‘SMITHTON/6-P2AU35/TAS.’, on 2d Silver Jubilee.

1908 * A A1+ - pictorial ‘OFFICIAL OPENING POST OFFICE/[office]/ 13AUG1984/SORELL TAS 7172’ on 30c Tasmanian Arms PSE 1909 S A- B1 South Mount Cameron: framed ‘S.MT CAMERON/OC8/06/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial, couple of toned perfs. PO 1/1/1879;

$15

‘LOWDINA/20AU70/TAS’,

1906 D A A1-

$15

Renamed from Exeter PO 7/11/1911; closed 31/3/1944.

Longford: ‘PAID AT LONGFORD/-3■-7AU57/TAS-AUST’ in black, Oxford Polish Pty Ltd cover. [Rated RRR] Renamed from

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1918 * A A1 1919 S A B2

$4

30/12/1899; closed 30/9/1969.

$3

Stoodley: framed ‘STOODLEY/JY3/30/TASMANIA’ on 1½d Sturt. PO 1/1/1904; closed 30/6/1970. Storey’s Creek: ‘STOREY’S CREEK/3JL30/TASMANIA’ on 1½d Sturt. PO 10/12/1917; closed 31/3/1979. Strahan (2): ‘STRAHAN/JY2/30/TASMANIA’ on 1½d Sturt.

$10

Renamed from East Strahan PO 25/1/1893.

$3

1989.

$7

Summerhill: ‘SUMMERHILL/20NO73/TAS 7250’ in violet on 7c Opera House. Renamed from Summerdale PO 1/6/1968; closed 30/10/

$4 $4 $5

1925 D A A1

Tullah: ‘TULLAH/30AP36/TAS’ on 2d Cable. Renamed from Mount

1926 S B B2 1927 D A A11928 D A B1 1929 S A A21930 S B A2 1931 D A B1 1932 D A A11933 D A A11934 S A A2 1935 D A A1-

1939 F B

1941 *

A- C1

$4

1942 *

A/A-

1943 F A B1

$15

1944 *

A- B1

$8

1945 * 1946 *

B B1 A- A1

$30

1947 *

B B1

$4

1948 * 1949 * 1950 * 1951 * 1952 * 1953 *

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

$4

$8

1922 D A A11923 D A A1 1924 D A B2

$8

$15

$6

Triabunna: ‘TRIABUNNA/JY3/00/TASMANIA.’ on 1d Pictorial, slightly trimmed BRC. Renamed from Spring Bay PO 1/1/1882. - ‘TRIABUNNA/1NO37/TAS.’, on 2d red NSW Sesquicentenary. - ‘TRIABUNNA/18JE37/TAS.’ on 2d scarlet KGVI. Trowutta: ‘TROWUTTA/5JE35/TASMANIA’ on 2d Jubilee. RO

1921 S A- A2

B D2

$15

$4

$18

1920 D A A1-

1940 *

$8

$5

Surges Bay (3): ‘SURGES BAY/10NO1935/[TASM]ANIA’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated R] PO 10/2/1908; closed 31/7/1945. Tarraleah: ‘TARRALEAH/9MY35/TAS’ on 2d Silver Jubilee.

$5 VICTORIA 1937 F A $7 1938 F A C1

$12

$6

Renamed from Circular Head PO 1/1/1882.

Renamed from Nive Road PO 1/3/1935.

1954 * A- B1 1955 ** A C1

$8

1/2/1912; PO c.1919.

$3

Farrell PO c.-/9/1910.

$5

Turners Marsh (2): ‘TURNERS·MAR[SH]/FE4/02/[TAS]’, on 1d Pictorial, rounded TLC. PO 1/7/1890; closed 30/4/1971. Tyenna: framed ‘TYENNA/JA15/38/TASMANIA’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. PO 1/8/1893; closed 8/10/1957. Waratah: light framed ‘WARATAH/AP26/03/°TASMANIA°’ on 2d pict. Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO 1/1/1882. Wattle Hill: framed ‘[W]A[TTLE] HILL/JU23/38/[TA]SMANIA’, on 2d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 1/10/1878; closed 10/8/1958. Westerway: ‘WESTER[WAY]/4AP29/TASMANIA’ on 4d violet KGV. Renamed from Russell PO 5/5/1919. Williamsford: ‘WILLIAMSFORD/AP23/31/TAS:’ on 2d Kingsford Smith. Renamed from Deep Lead PO 1/4/1899; closed 18/6/1976. Woodbury (1): light framed ‘WOODBURY/JY21/-3/TAS:’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Antill Ponds PO 9/8/1897; closed 21/11/1922. Woodsdale: framed ‘WOODSDALE/4OC/37/TASMANIA’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. PO 1/3/1884; closed 16/5/1977. - framed ‘WOODSDALE/18NO/37/TASMANIA’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. Woodstock: ‘WOODSTOCK/JU9/37/TASMANIA’ on 1d green QE Die I pair. PO 17/7/1879; closed 11/3/1968.

TASMANIA | Reliefs 1936 * A B1 11: ‘RELIEF/215P26OC84/11/TAS’ on 30c Butterfly on cover to $15 Melbourne.

$3

$5

1854-55 Imperf Calvert Woodblocks 6d dull orange, three good margins, SG 32a. 1858 Queen-On-Throne Wmk Large Star Rouletted 5½-6½ 6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £14. 1859 Perf 12 By Robinson 1/- blue, SG #81, Cat £15, cut square due to poor perforations. 1863-74 Laureates Saunders Paper Wmk Single-Lined Numeral of Value 10d dull purple on pink, SG #123, Cat £120, minor faults on face. 1873-87 Bell Wmk 1st V/Crown Perf 13 2d dull violet-mauve Die I, SG #178a, Cat £50, some gum adhesion. 1882-84 Wmk 2nd V/Crown Perf 12½ 1d pale green pair, SG #209b, Cat £76, light tonespot on 1 unit. 1884-96 Stamp Duty Typo Wmk 2nd V/Crown Perf 12½ £2 bluish-green, block of 3, 1959 fiscal cancellation, SG #276, Cat £85. 1885-95 Naish Stamp Duty Wmk 2nd V/Crown Perf 12½ ½d pale-rosine, SG #296, Cat £13, some wear to top edge. - 1d yellowish green, SG #297, Cat £18, aged. 1885 Stamp Duty Overprints Wmk 1st V/Crown 1/- pale blue/ blue, SG #306, Cat £95, couple of gum bends. 1886-96 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 2nd V/Crown 1d green, SG #312, Cat £11, aged paper & light creasing. - 1d yellow-green, SG #312a, Cat £11, hinge remainder. - 1d orange-brown, SG #313b, Cat £12, heavy hinged. - 9d apple-green, SG #319, Cat £25. - 9d apple-green, Wmk Inverted, few minor creases SG 319. - 1/- dull purple-brown, SG #321, Cat £65. 1896-99 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 3rd V/Crown ½d carmine-rose, SG #330a. - ½d emerald, SG #331, Cat £16, slight toning to 1 perf at left. - 1d brownish orange, vertical pair, SG #332a, Cat £14.

$5 $10 $5 $10 $10 $3 $8 $5 $4 $4 $6 $30 $10 $10 $60 $40 $50 $40 $8 $12 $80 $6 $10 $8 $16 $30 $50 $4 $12 $14


Page 30 1956 * 1957 * 1958 *

A B1 A B1 A A1

1959 *

A B1

1960 * 1961 *

A B1 A B1

1962 ** A B1 1963 ** 1964 ** 1965 ** 1966 F

A B1 A A1 A B2 A- B1

1967 ** A A1 1968 ** A B2 1969 * 1970 *

A B1 C B1

1971 ** A B1 1972 ** A A1 1973 * A C1 1974 * A B1 1975 ** A B1 1976 *

A B2

1977 ** 1978 * 1979 * 1980 * 1981 ** 1982 * 1983 ** 1984 **/*

A B1 AB1 A B2 A B1 A A1 A B1 A B1 A C1

1985 *

A B1

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 - 6d dull blue, SG #339, Cat £18. - 1/- brownish-red, SG #341, Cat £17. 1899 Wmk 2nd V/Crown Perf 12½ 1½d brown-red on yellow SG 355. 1899-1901 Stamp Duty Wmk 4th V/Crown ½d emerald, SG #356. - 1d rose-red & 1d rosine, SG #357,a, Cat £12. 1901 Re-Issue of No Postage Designs Perf 12x12½ 2d reddish violet, SG #377. - 3d dull orange marginal single wmk inverted, SG #378, Cat £15. - 4d bistre-yellow pair wmk inverted, SG #379, Cat £50. - 6d emerald, SG #380. - 6d emerald wmk inverted, SG #380. - 1/- yellow, SG #381, Cat £40, some discolouration towards top edge. - 2/- blue on pink marginal single wmk inverted, SG #382, Cat £42. 1901-10 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 4th V/Crown Perf 12x12½ or 12½ ½d blue-green Die II, SG #384b. - 1d rose, Die II, SG #385b, with perf ‘OS’. - 1d Die II rejoined vertical pair, defaced with 2 thick parallel lines, SG #385b, (similar to BW #V36c, Cat $50), couple of tears. [These were used for testing the coil machines in 1907.] - 1½d red-brown on yellow, 2 very different shades, both wmk sideways one to left the other to right, SG #386b. - 3d dull orange-brown, SG #389, Cat £10. - 4d bistre-yellow, SG #390. - 2/- blue on rose, block of 4, SG #395, Cat £92, joins reinforced with hinges. 1901-10 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 4th V/Crown Perf 11 3d orangebrown, SG #405. 1905-13 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12x12½ or 12½ ½d blue-green Die III, SG #416. - 1d rose-red Die III, SG #417. - 2½d dull blue, SG #419a. - 3d dull orange-buff pair, SG #420b, Cat £16+, wmk inverted. - 4d yellow-bistre, SG #421 - 4d olive-bistre, SG #421a, with flaws above V & C etc - 5d chocolate, SG #422. - 5d dull reddish-brown, SG #422a. 1905-13 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 11 1d rose-red marginal pair with Plate 17 small dot (BW #zd), SG #434. - 1d rose-red marginal single with Plate 14 2 large dots (BW #za), SG #434.

VICTORIA | Postage Dues 1986 * A B1 1895-96 New Colours Wmk 33 10d rosine & bluish green, SG #D17, Cat £25. VICTORIA | Railway Stamps 1987 ** A 1917-41 Winged Series 1934 3d Die II emerald on white with grey pattern issued for Balmattum, scarce. 1958-66 Eleventh Series 5/- red on white issued for Melbourne, 1988 F A ‘CANCELLED C.C.M’ in violet. VICTORIA | Private Carrier Stamps 1989 D ABoyd’s Express: green double-circle ‘BOYD’S EXPRESS/ [running messenger]/PHONE 2[?]/MESSENGERS’ on envelope cut-out. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1878 With Outer Line of Border Much Heavier 1d violet on 1990 *F A cream, Stieg #P3, used in 1881. 1991 *** A 1881 Reduced Size Coat of Arms 1d violet on buff, Stieg #P4. 1992 *** A 1885 New Stamp, New Heading and New Border 1d rose on cream, Stieg #P7b. 1886, New Setting and Stamp Design 1d violet brown on 1993 *** A cream, Stieg #P9b. 1994 *** A 1900 Word Postage Added Under Bust 1d rose on cream, Stieg #P23. 1995 *** A1904 With Only 2 Lines of Instruction 1d rose Die I on cream, Stieg #P25. 1900 Commemorative Commonwealth of Australia Card 1d 1996 *** A grey-green, Stieg #P25b. 1997 *** A 1901 Last Line of Instruction Starting With States 1d rose on cream, Stieg #P26. 1904 New International Card 1½d reddish brown on light 1998 *** A green, Stieg #P29. 1999 *F A 1906 Only Two Lines of Text in Heading 1d rose on cream, Stieg #P32, used in 1908 by MMBW. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1892 Reading 1d rose on grey with original text, perf AA, Stieg 2000 *** B #A3, 1 side stuck down and corner missing. 1893 1d Rose on Very Pale Grey Stock with seven lines of 2001 *** A instruction, Stieg #A5. 2002 *F A 1895 New Rate QV 2d rose on very pale grey stock, Stieg #A8, used in Geelong to Little River in1899. 1901 POSTAGE No Text on Reverse 1d dull rose-red on light 2003 *V Agreenish stock, without ‘If anything be enclosed....’ message, Stieg #A13, cancelled with cto ‘MELBOURNE/JE28/02’ (A1), light ink fingerprint smudge on front.

$15 $14

2007 *F A

1890 QV Embossed Oval With Stamp Duty Added 1d orangebrown + 1d orange-brown, Stieg #KB13 (H&G KB12) cancelled with 73 Duplex of Port Melbourne in 1896.

$15 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1873 ‘½ HALF ½’ Opt unfolded, Stieg #E3, partly discoloured by 2008 *** A$10 light exposure. $10 2009 *** A1880 No Border At Top 1d green rouletted, wmk inverted reversed, Stieg #E4, 103mm between inner border lines, some $6 toning due to light exposure. 2010 *** A 1880 New Design QV 1d green on white stock, Stieg #E6. $18 1885 QV Without Watermark ½d rose on cream stock, Stieg 2011 *** A$50 #E10, some toning due to exposure to light. $10 2012 *** A 1885 ½d Rose Overprinted ‘STAMP-DUTY’ with stitch wmk, $10 Stieg #E12, Cat $60+. [The stitch wmk is not recorded by Steig.] 2013 *** B 1886 1d Yellow-Green No Wmk dull shade, cream paper, Stieg $25 #E15, toned by light exposure. 1887 New Colour QV ½d pink and rose in shades on white 2014 *** A $45 stock, Stieg #E16. 2015 *** A1887 New Colour ½d pink on white stock, Stieg #E16a, folded, $5 minor fading. $5 2016 *** A1895 1d Blue pregummed [pos IVL3], Stieg #E19a, some toning due to light exposure. 2017 *** A 1903 1d Pink on manilla, 98mm between borders, zigzag $15 roulette, Stieg #E26a. $10 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers (PTPO) 1875 2d Pink blue horizontally laid paper, Stieg #KE1. $10 2018 *** A $6 VICTORIA | Postal History 1857 outer to Ballarat (oval backstamp), with fine Imperf 2d 2019 *F B $95 Emblems pair tied by nice BN 1, horizontal filing crease and outer stained from gum. $12 2020 *G A1863 use of 4d dull rose Beaded Oval (SG #92c - trimmed perfs at top left), with several horizontal scratches to left of Queen’s $4 neck on locally used small cover. $4 2021 *F A 1868 neat local cover with 2d grey Laureate tied by Melbourne $4 duplex AP 11 68. $12 2022 *F A1873 use of 1/- Laureate (SG #124) on cover to USA, mss “Via $7 Brindisi”, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/3Z/FE28/73 - VICTORIA’ $8 (#3(3) - Ab2), “2” in red on face $12 2023 *F B 1876 use of 2d Bell & 4d Laureate on cover to New Brunswick, $20 endorsed “Via Southampton” & “2¼” in red on face, a few faults. 2024 *F C 1895 use of 2d violet on a lovely Japanese 5-colour printed $20 envelope of a pair of cranes. Unfortunately this cover is somewhat the worse for wear. $15 VICTORIA | Registration Labels 2025 Bendigo North - blue C6 x2 $20 VICTORIA | Barred Ovals 2026 S D A2+ 1: of Melbourne Type III (‘1’ = 4½mm high; straight upper serif on ‘1’) on 6d woodblock (badly damaged). $40 VICTORIA | Barred Numerals 2027 S A- A2 5: 2nd type (thin bars) on 6d blue Stamp Duty P12½ (SG #266 - minor fault). Allocated to Ballarat-PO 1/11/1851. $35 2028 S A- A2+ - right half of 3rd duplex (WWW # 1220) on 2d DLR. [Used 18681871.] 2029 S A A2 6: right half 2nd Duplex on 2d purple-brown. Allocated to Belfast$10 $20 $40

2030 S A B1 2031 S A A22032 S A A2

Renamed from Port Fairy PO 1/1/1854; renamed Port Fairy PO 20/7/ 1887; LPO 19/11/1997. 8: 1st Type on 4d Laureate. Allocated to Portland-PO 4/12/1841.

14: right half duplex on 1d pink, small closed tear at upper right.

Allocated to Avoca-PO 1/9/1854; LPO 30/11/1995. 22: right half 2nd duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Brunswick-PO 1/1/ 1854. 46: right half 5th duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Hamilton-Renamed from The Grange PO 1/1/1854. 54: right half 3rd duplex on 2d violet. Allocated to Kilmore-PO 1/2/ 1843; LPO 3/5/1999. 62: right half duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Meredith-PO 1/11/1854; LPO 13/12/1993.

$25

2033 S A A2-

$20

2034 S A A2

$75

2035 S A A2

$75

2036 * A A2

67: unframed duplex ‘[CO]BURG/[A]U1/12/[VIC]TORIA - 67’ on ½d & 1d pink on SW PPC of ‘MARTIN PLACE/and G.P.O./ SYDNEY, N.S.W.’. Allocated to Pentridge-PO 1/8/1852; renamed

2037 S B A2

70: right half 2nd duplex on 2d purple, some toning. Allocated to

$20 $20 $30 $15 $5 $25 $15

$12

VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1887 2d Violet With Stamp Duty Added Stieg #B6. 2004 *** A

$15

VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 2005 *** A 1886 QV Embossed 2d violet/white size b cupped flap 45mm, Stieg #KB9b. 1890 QV 1d red brown, Stieg #KB11, used in Eltham in 1892. 2006 *F A

$8 $20

2038 S A A2 2039 S A A2 2040 S A A2 2041 S A B2 2042 S A A2 2043 S A B1 2044 S A A22045 S A A22046 S A A22047 S A- A2 2048 S A A2

Coburg PO 22/1/1870.

Queenscliff-Renamed from Shortland’s Bluff PO 1/1/1854; LPO 1/10/ 1998. 71: right half 4th duplex on 1d pink Stamp Duty. Allocated to Richmond-RH 1/4/1853; PO 1/1/1857; closed 1/2/1857. 93: right half 4th duplex on 1d pink Allocated to Cathcart-PO 1/2/ 1856; replaced by Ararat PO 31/8/1857. 97: right half duplex. Allocated to Fiery Creek P.G.F.-Renamed from Fiery Creek PO 1/1/1856; renamed Raglan PO 16/5/1860; renamed Beaufort PO 27/5/1863; LPO 30/6/1995. 108: type 1AR on 2d violet. Allocated to Preston-PO 1/3/1856. 117: on 1d pink. Allocated to Essendon-PO 18/8/1856. 119: light type 1B on 1d violet cut-out. Allocated to Woodend-PO 1/11/1856; LPO 4/5/1998. 125: right half duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Kew-PO 6/10/1856. 126: on 1d pink. Allocated to Kangaroo Flat-PO 2/2/1857; LPO 26/2/ 1994. 136: right half 2nd duplex on 2d violet. Allocated to Eaglehawk-PO 1/8/1857; LPO 1/9/1997. 147: right half 2nd duplex on 1d pink, grotty. Allocated to ClunesPO 1/10/1857; LPO 4/1/1994. 156: 2nd type (large spaced figures) on 2d purple. Allocated to Mansfield-PO 18/1/1858.

$75 $15 $30 $35 $20 $50 $5 $15 $20 $8 $30 $30

$50 $20 $80 $80 $60 $20 $4 $10 $10 $4 $5 $6 $3 $5 $5 $5 $3

$10 $3 $5 $3 $3 $6 $5 $8 $3 $3 $3 $3 $8


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 2049 S A A22050 S A A2

- light right side duplex on 1d pink. 172: 2nd Type (no sidebars) on ‘POSTAGE’ 1d. Allocated to

2051 S A B2

174: right half 2nd duplex on 2d violet. Allocated to Lucknow-PO

2052 S A A22053 S A A2 2054 * B A2

2055 S A B1 2056 S A A3 2057 S A B2 2058 S A A2 2059 S A A3 2060 S A B2

2065 * B A1 2066 * A B2

$5

20/2/1858; renamed Bairnsdale PO 3/4/1862. 193: right half duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Koroit-PO 23/4/1858; LPO 1/3/1995. 200: right half 2nd duplex on 1d orange Stamp Duty. Allocated to South Yarra-PO 21/6/1858.

$3

2087 * B A2

$3

2088 * B A1-

379: ‘379’ 3rd type on 1d pair tied by unframed ‘LANCEFIELD JUNCTION/23AU/04/VIC’ (B1). Allocated to Lancefield Road-PO 1/1/

1862; renamed Lancefield Junction PO 1/9/1881; renamed Clarkefield PO 11/1/1926. 930: ‘930’ on 2d violet. [Rated SS] Allocated to Nelson-PO 17/3/ 1876; LPO 22/12/1993.

1032: 2 part-strikes in blue on 1d green Stamp Duty pair.

Allocated to Mount Wycheproof-Renamed from Wycheproof PO 1/9/1877; renamed Wycheproof PO 1/4/1884; LPO 27/9/1993. 1371: ‘[M]CC[C]/71’ on QV 1d red. [Rated S] Allocated to DingeePO 12/12/1883; LPO 9/6/1994. 1485: ‘MCCCC/85’ on 1d brown. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Mount Hooghly-PO 1/3/1886; RO 1/6/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1940. 1532: ‘[MD]/32’ on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Narre Warren R.S.-PO 6/9/1886; renamed Narre Warren PO 9/10/1900. 1752: ‘[1]752’ 2nd type on 1d brown. Allocated to Murrumbeena-PO 12/5/1890; LPO 3/5/1993.

LPO 4/1/2000.

- ‘PAID AT ABBOTSFORD/3MR7?/VIC.’ in red. Albert Park: ‘ALBERT PARK/18MR48/VIC’, WWW #70A (arcs 7,6) on 2½d & 3d. [Rated R] RH 26/11/1883; PO c.-/1/1884. Albert Park South: ‘ALBERT PARK SOUTH SC6/20FE67/VICAUST’, WWW #10B on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. [Rated RRR] PO 1/11/1947; closed 13/8/1976. Alexandra: ‘ALEXANDRA/M.O.O./15JE73/VIC-AUST’ on 7c & 50c on registered cover. Renamed from Redgate PO 24/4/1867; LPO 1/12/1997.

2067 S A A2+ All Australian Exhibition: ‘ALL AUST. EXHIBTN. MELBNE. [N.3]/8NO34’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR] PO 13/10/1934; 2068 S A A2 2069 S A A3 2070 D A A2 2071 D A1 2072 * A A1 2073 S A B2 2074 D A B1 2075 * A B1

2076 * A- C1

2077 * A B1-

2078 * A A1-

2079 * B A1 2080 * A C1

2081 D A A1 2082 * A A12083 D A1 2084 D A A1 2085 D A B3

2086 * A B1

Baringhup-PO 12/2/1858; closed 31/12/1974.

VICTORIA | Datestamps 2061 D A A2 3rd Asian Oceanic Postal Union Congress: ‘RELIEF/ 17NO75/64/VIC-AUST’ on 1c. PO 17/11/1975; closed 18/11/1975. 2062 * A- A2 Abbotsford: ‘ABBOTSFORD N.9/2/2AP63/VIC- AUST’ (WWW #80A) on 2/5d with blue registration label. [Rated S] PO 9/1/1888; 2063 D A2 2064 D A A1

$3

closed 10/11/1934.

Allan’s Flat: ‘[AL]LAN’S FLAT/27AP31/[VIC]’ on 2d Kingsford Smith. [Rated S] PO 26/10/1876; closed 30/6/1975. Alphington: ‘ALPHINGTON/29SE19/[VIC]’ WWW #20A (original state) on KGV 1½d brown. [Rated RR] PO 2/2/1858; LPO 30/10/1993.

Altona: ‘[AL]TONA/19MR87/1/VIC AUST 3018’ WWW #60C, on 20c [Rated RR] RO 14/1/1918; PO c.1921. - ‘PAID AT ALTONA /5-P23NO73/VIC-AUST’ (‘W.18’ removed) in red. [Rated RR] Ararat: ‘ARARAT/9NO60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #200A (arcs 4½,4), on 1960 Xmas WCS first day cover. [Rated RRR] Replaced Cathcart PO 31/8/1857.

Arnold R.S.: ‘[AR]NOLD R[.S.]/29SE16/[VI]C’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Arnold’s Bridge PO 20/9/1909; renamed Arnold PO 21/6/1924.

Arthur’s Creek: ‘ARTHUR’S CREEK/22FE60/VIC’ on 1959 Xmas. [Rated RR] PO 7/10/1889; closed 31/1/1972. Ascot Vale: ‘ASCOT VALE/18MR63/VIC’ WWW #60 (arcs 5,6½), on 2/5d red on brown QEII registration envelope (ASC #R42), with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. [Rated R] Renamed from Ascot Vale West PO c.1893.

- ‘ASCOT VALE/18SE63/VIC-AUST’ WWW #80B (small decade wheel), on 2/5d red on brown QEII registration envelope (ASC #R42), with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, torn at right. [Rated RRRR] - ‘ASCOT VALE W.2./—16JE64/VIC·AUST’ WWW #100D (A1backstamp, time turned off, arcs 1,½) on 2/5d red QEII registration envelope (ASC #R42) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. [Rated RR] - ‘ASCOT VALE W.2/—4MR60/VIC-AUST’ WWW #110B (A1 backstamp, time turned off, arcs 3,3) on 2/5d red on brown QEII registration envelope (ASC #R41) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. [Rated RR] - ‘ASCOT VALE W.2/31OC66/VIC-AUST’ WWW #130A (arcs 7,7) on slightly grubby 24c Registration Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RR] Ascot Vale Central: ‘ASCOT VALE CENTRAL W.2/5NO59/VICAUST’ WWW #10A (B1 backstamp), on 2/- flannel flower & 5d blue QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/6/1946; LPO 4/11/1993.

Ashburton: ‘ASHBURTON S.E.11/20MY58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A on 3½d red QEII. [Rated RRR] PO 15/12/1927. - ‘ASHBURTON S.E.11/30NO59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A, on 2/flannel flower & 5d Christmas, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RR] Bacchus Marsh: ‘PAID AT BACCHUS MARSH/26AP68/VIC.’, WWW #610F in red (cut-to-shape). [Rated R] Renamed from

$4

$75 $20 $6 $5 $60 $10 $5 $20

2091 * A A1 2092 D B1 2093 * B

2094 * A

2095 * A A1

$5

2096 * A A1

$70 2097 * B B2 $8

2098 * A B1

$30

2099 D A A2

$5 $8 $8

2100 D A A2 2101 * A A2

$20

$12

12/7/1920.

Bandiana Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. BAN[DIANA]/11SE[44]/VICAUST’ on 1d purple-brown on plain cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/346’ (A2) in purple. PO 28/9/1942; LPO 4/3/1994. Bareena: ‘BAREENA/19NO35/VIC’ WWW #10A on backstamp on 5d Registration Envelope with blue label, indicia cancelled at Geelong. PO 1/12/1911; LPO 1/11/1993. - ‘BAREENA/14AU61/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2/6d Aborigine. Baringhup: framed ‘B[ARI]NGHUP/MR8/21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 12/2/1858; closed 31/12/1974. Barmah Township: ‘BARMAH TOWN/20JY73/VIC’ on 7c. [Rated R] PO 2/5/1902; LPO 30/9/1994. - ‘RELIEF/1AP74/63/VIC-AUST’ on 7c Agate on cover. [Used 26/3/1974-5/6/1974] Batman: ‘BATMAN /31JY69/VIC.’ (‘N.13’ removed) WWW #10C. [Rated RRRR] PO 2/7/1934; LPO 14/8/1993. Beaconsfield Upper: experimental type ‘BEACONSFIEL[D]/ 25MY97/[*]’ with date wheels (not slugs) on 1d brown. Renamed

2104 * A 2105 D A A1 2106 S A A2 2107 D A A2

2109 D A1 2110 S A A3

$25

1/8/1938, provisionally closed 20/5/1978; closed 31/1/1980.

Balook: ‘BALOOK/13FEB58/VIC’ on 3½d Xmas (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] PO 5/2/1903; closed 1/11/1965. Balwyn (2): ‘BALWYN/5-P160C81/VIC-3103’, WWW #110B (changed to LDL, error for 1991) arrival on back of cover. PO

2103 * A B1

2108 * A B1 $30

9/3/1946.

Balaclava: 30½mm ‘BALACLAVA S.16/18JA63/VIC-AUST’ WWW #80A (arcs 1½,1), on 2/5d red on brown QEII registration letter (ASC #R43), with blue C6 registration label, backstamped with ‘RICHMOND/5/630A19JA63/VIC-AUST’ (A1-) arrival, closed tear at right [Rated RRR] PO 5/7/1909. - ‘BALACLAVA /29JA71/VIC·AUST’, WWW #100C (S.16 removed, arcs 1,1½ - A1 backstamp), on 30c Waratah & 6c orange QEII, on cover to Melbourne, with blue C6 registration label - ‘RELIEF/15OC68/NO.10.’ on 5c & 25c Olympics on registered cover with blue registration label. PO 5/7/1909. - ‘BALACLAVA/PAID/10AP78/VIC-AUST-3183’ in red, WWW #320A. [Rated RR] Ballarat: heavy card headed with Ballarat arms, from ‘The Mayor of the City of Ballaarat and Mrs Heinz’ to the Mayor of Maryborough, being an invitation to a Ball at the Alfred Hall, some light toning at top, small filing spike hole. PO 1/11/1851. - Austral real-photo PPC of “Snow scene Ballarat Gardens taken at 10 o’clock -Wednesday Sept 6th 1905” showing buildings and statues of the gardens, cancelled with Ballarat 2 duplex of 13·9·05. - ‘BALLARAT/10AU55/VIC-AUST.’ WWW #180A on unaddressed YMCA FDC with red map & triangle cachet. [Rated RR] - pictorial Fire Brigade Badge ‘BALLARAT/1MAR1983/VIC.3350/ CENTENARY DEMONSTRATION’ on 27c Steam Fire Engine, on reproduction PPC of ‘THE ENEMY. From the Australian Bushfire Series’, unused. - unframed ‘REGISTERED/OC1/04/BALLARAT’ on 1d x3 (2d removed) on Tatts cover. - 1992 boxed ‘POSTAGE/PAID/BALLARAT’ in purple, on Courier cover. Ballarat Road, Footscray: ‘BALLAR[AT ]RD FOOTSCRAY.W.11/2JE67/VIC-AUST’ on piece. [Rated RR] PO

Bambra Road South: ‘BAMBRA RD SOUTH S.E.8/22JA50/ VIC-AUST’ on 1/- Lyrebird block of 4. [Rated R] PO 12/9/1938;

$30 $5

- ‘BAIRNSDALE/23MY58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #190A (A1 backstamp, arcs 6,4½) on 7½d violet QEII x2 & 4d claret QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label [Rated RRR] - ‘PAID AT BAIRNSD[ALE]/D 2JE52/V[IC.]’ WWW #720B (price turned off) in black. [Rated RRRR] Bairnsdale R.A.A.F. P.O.: light ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. BAIRNSDALE/ 415P-8JE42/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10 (A1 backstamp) on 1d & 3½d Surcharge (1 other stamp removed) on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated R] PO 20/5/1942; closed

2102 D A B1

$10

2111 * A- A1

$25 2112 * A B1

closed 10/5/1979.

$25

2116 D A A1

$4 $15

2118 * A A1-

$30

$8 $25 $10

$10

$30 $16

$10 $7 $3 $8 $12 $4 $10

$10 $15 $5 $8 $6 $10 $30

$25

2115 S A A2

PO 16/9/1879; LPO 1/10/1993.

$25

26/10/1946.

$25

2117 * A A1

$60

$40

Benalla R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. BENALLA/4-P25AU41/ VIC-AUST’ ½d Roo pair on Leek cover, with straight-line ‘No. 11 ELEMENTARY FLYING TRAINING SCHOO[L]/R.A.A.F. BENALLA (VIC.)’ (A2) on face. [Rated R] PO 27/5/1941; closed

$40

$15

$50

from Beaconsfield PO 1/7/1891; LPO 18/1/1994.

Bennettswood: ‘BENNETTSWOOD.E.13/3JY59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A, on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 2/2/1954; LPO 7/9/1993. 2113 * A- A1- Beulah: ‘BEULAH/11AP75/VIC’ WWW #50C, on 10c Scullin on Tatts cover, some wear. PO 6/5/1891; LPO 1/12/1993. 2114 D A A2 Blackburn: ‘BLACKBURN/23AP79/VIC-AUST’, WWW #80B (arcs 5,6 - hybrid dateline) on 5c. [Rated RR] Renamed from

$5

Bairnsdale: poor broken rectangle ‘[BAIR]NSDALE/ 26JUL194[5]/VIC.’, WWW #170 in violet on 2½d red KGVI pair. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Lucknow PO 3/4/1862.

2090 * A B1

$12 $4

Ballan PO 1/7/1850.

Baddaginnie: ‘BADDAGINNIE/30JL58/VIC’ WWW #20A on 4d.

2089 * A B1

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Blackburn Creek PO 12/3/1883.

Boinka: ‘BOINKA/18OC16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated S] RO 15/7/1912; PO 16/12/1912; closed 18/3/1975.

Borung: ‘RELIEF/16NO79/70/VIC-AUST’ on 1c. [Used 15-16/11/ 1979] PO 1/12/1881; closed 31/8/1993. Box Hill: ‘BOX HILL/5AU57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #78A (arcs 6,5), on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRRR] PO 1/2/1861; replaced by Box Hill Business Centre BC c.-/10/1991.

- ‘BOX HILL E.11/15MR58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #80A (arcs 1½,2) on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label [Rated RR]

$15 $5 $8 $10 $8

$70 $12


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2126 * A A2-

2127 D A1 2128 * A B1 2129 D A A2 2130 * A B1-

2131 * A C1

2132 * A A2 2133 * A2134 * A B12135 D A B2 2136 * B A2 2137 * A A1 2138 D A A1 2139 * A A2 2140 S A A2 2141 * A B1

2142 * B A12143 * A- A2 2144 * A C1 2145 * A A2

2146 * B A12147 * B B12148 * A A1 2149 * A A1 2150 * A B2

2151 * A- A1

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Briar Hill: ‘BRIAR HILL/17AU34/VIC, WWW #10A on Vic Centenary 2d & 3d on piece with black & blue registration label. [Rated R] TO 19/5/1924; PO 1/9/1924; LPO 28/7/1993. - ‘RELIEF/27SE83/5/VIC-AUST’ on 2c. [Used 22SE83 to 10OC83.] Broadford: ‘BROADFORD/5NO58/VIC’, WWW #60 (arcs 5½,5), on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label PO 1/7/1852; LPO 29/6/1998. - ‘RELIEF/16MR90/NO.12.’ on 41c. [Used March 1990 while time datestamp was being converted to LDL.] Broadmeadows (1): Black & white PPC showing Broadmeadows Band 6th July 1917, fantastic real photo, unused. PO 1/1/1855; renamed Broadmeadows West PO 3/10/1955. Brown Hill: poor ‘BROWN HILL/22SE39/VIC’ WWW #40A, on KGVI 1d & 2d x2 with blue provisional registration label. [Rated S] PO 1/12/1857; LPO 17/8/1993. Brunswick: ‘BRUNSWICK/28JA58/VIC.’, WWW #90A (arcs 5,5), on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover with blue C6 registration label, backstamped with ‘[SHEP]PARTON/345P29JA58/VICAUST’ (A2) arrival, backflap missing. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1854. - ‘BRUN[SWICK]/8A25AU59/VIC-AUST.’, WWW #190B (A1backstamp, small decade wheel, arcs 3½,3½), on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRR] - ‘BRUNSWICK N.10/7DE66/VIC-AUST’, WWW #230A. [Rated RRRR] - ‘PAID AT BRUNSWICK/1D8MY37/VIC’, WWW #810A in black on cover. [Rated RR] Brunswick West: ‘BRUNSWICK WEST N.12/3/22JY65/VIC[AUST]’, WWW #40A on 5d green. [Rated RRR] PO 10/3/1913; LPO 6/9/1993.

Burnley: light ‘BURNLEY E.1./15OC53/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A (A1- backstamp, arcs 3½,2½), on 1/0½d brown on buff KGVI registered envelope (ASC #R33), to Tatts. [Rated RRR] RH 21/3/1887; PO c.1893; LPO 24/5/1993.

Camberwell (1): ‘CAMBERWELL.E.6/23JA57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #140A (arcs 1½,1 - A1 backstamp) on 1d & 1/6d with blue registration label. [Rated RRR] PO 12/10/1864; renamed Camberwell Delivery Centre DC c.-/10/1994.

- ‘CAMBERWELL. /6SE76/VIC-AUST’, WWW #180C (arcs .,. E.6 removed, small decade wheel) on long unclaimed cover from Melbourne. [Rated R] Camperdown: multi-coloured PPC ‘Ornamental Lake Camperdown’, unused. Renamed from Timboon PO 1/1/1854. - light ‘CAMPERDOWN/20FE58/VIC-AUST’ WWW #145A (arcs 3,2) backstamp on cover from Melbourne, boxed ‘UNCLAIMED AT/CAMPERDOWN’ (B1) on face. [Rated RRR] - ‘PAID AT CAMPER[DOWN]/?/VIC’, WWW #510 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRRR] Canterbury (2): ‘CANTERBURY/15NO35/[VIC]’ (#70 - arcs 7,7½) on 5d KGV with blue & black C1 registration label. [Rated RR] PO 23/3/1892; LPO 4/11/1996. Caramut: ‘RELIEF/11JA84/57/VIC-AUST’ on 30c Butterfly on cover to Melbourne. Renamed from Muston’s Creek PO 1/1/1854; LPO 12/1/1994.

‘CARDIGAN/14JE74/VIC’,

Cardigan: WWW #30B on 1c. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1861; closed 30/6/1975. Cardinia: ‘CARDINIA/1OC47/VIC’ on 5½d Newcastle on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Cardinia Creek PO 1/4/ 1912; closed 15/1/1970.

Carlton: ‘CARLTON/1FE38/VIC.’, WWW #190A (arcs 7,7) on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. [Rated RR] PO 19/10/1865; LPO 28/3/1994. Carlton South: ‘CARLTON SOUTH/2/30JA54/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30 on QEII 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 8/12/1924; renamed Carlton South Business Centre BC c.-/3/1999.

Chadstone Centre: ‘CHADSTONE CENTRE/8JE66/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20 (arcs 2½,2½, wide ‘O’), on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. Replaced Chadstone PO 3/10/1960. Charlton (2): ‘CHARLTON/13JA36/VIC’ (arcs 4,3½) WWW #80 on 5d KGV on cover with blue & black C5 registration label. Renamed from Charlton East PO 1/9/1879; LPO 7/7/1993.

Chelsea: poor ‘CHELSEA/15OC56/VIC.’, WWW #20 (arcs 5,5 B1 backstamp) on 6½d & 1/0½d on cover with blue ‘CHELSEA, S.15’ Registration Label. RO c.1907; PO c.-/5/1911. City Road: ‘CITY ROAD S.C.4./[27JE49]/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30 (A1+ backstamp - arcs 1,½) on 5½d Emu on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] RH 28/8/1892; PO c.1902; closed 6/9/ 1996.

- light ‘CITY-ROAD /8MY68/VIC-AUST’, WWW #100B (‘S.C.5’ removed, arcs 3½,4½), on 25c Registration Envelope #R48, Registration Label has ‘S.C.5’ obliterated, opened-out. Cliffside: ‘CLIFFSIDE/[?OC47]/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] RO 1/9/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 20/9/1969. Clifton Hill East: ‘CLIFTON HILL EAST/20JE58/VIC.’ on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue label. [Rated R] PO c.1934; closed 30/6/1991.

Clunes: ‘CLUNES/21NO60/VIC.’ WWW #80B on 2/5d Banksia on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1857; LPO 4/1/1994. Cohuna (2): ‘COHUNA/19SE36/VIC.’, WWW #30 (arcs 4,4) on 2d Cable & 2d SA Centenary x2 on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] Renamed from Cohuna Township PO c.1887; LPO 1/3/ 1999.

Collingwood (3): ‘COLLINGWOOD/22DE33/VIC’ WWW #80 (arcs 6,7½) on 2d red x2 & 4d olive KGV on airmail front to England. PO 15/11/1865.

2152 * B B1 $12 $4

2153 * A A1 2154 * A B2

$12 $8

2155 D B1

$20

2156 * A A2-

$15

2157 D A A1 2158 * A- A1

$12

$25 $25 $25 $16

$40

$50

2159 D A A2 2160 * A A1 2161 * B A2

2166 D A B2 2167 * A- B2

$6

2168 D A1

$60

2169 D B1 2170 D A A2

$25

2171 S A A2

$6

2172 D A B1

$40

2173 D A B2

$20

2174 S B B2

$10

$10 $6 $15 $10

$15 $6 $15 $15 $12

$12 $6

closed 31/8/1953.

$50

Cope Cope: light 29½mm ‘[COPE] COPE/9DE39/VIC.’ WWW #30A (arcs 7,6½ - A1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d KGVI on cover with blue registration label. PO 15/9/1873; closed 31/10/1975. Cowangie: mss “Cowangie/29-4-60” on 3/- Waratah on telegram piece. Craigieburn: ‘RELIEF/22OC68/NO.27.’, on Mexico Olympics set on cover with blue C6 registration label for ‘CRAIGIEBURN’, some slight toning. PO 26/2/1866. - ‘CRAIGIEBURN/21MR83/VIC-3064’, WWW #50A on 2c Finch. [Rated RRR] Cross Keys: 3 strikes of ‘CROSS KEYS/26AP67/VIC.’ WWW #10 on 1c x2 & 2c on Tyler cover. [Rated R] PO 11/2/1929; LPO 8/7/1993.

Croydon: ‘CROYDON/1OC47/VIC.’ WWW #40 ( arcs 9,8½) on 2½d Shortland. [Rated R] Renamed from Warrandyte R.S. PO 1/8/

Entrance PO 1/1/1915.

Dandenong: ‘DANDENONG/3SEP1970/2/VIC. [3175]’, WWW #240 (LRD). [Rated RRRR.] PO 1/7/1848. - ‘[RELIEF]/26NO54/NO.7’ on 3½d Railway. [Used 31/8/195422/12/1954.] Dartmouth (2): ‘RELIEF/4MR74/91/VIC-AU[ST]’ on 7c on cover. [Used 1/3/1974-16/4/1974] PO 1/3/1974; LPO 18/3/1994. Degraves Street: ‘DEGRAVES ST.C.1./20DE67/5/VIC-AUST, WWW #50B. [Rated R] Replaced Commerce House PO 19/11/1956;

replaced by Flinders Lane PO 29/8/1986.

Dellicknora (2): ‘DELLICKNORA/21JY71/VIC.’, WWW #10B on registration receipt. [Rated RRR] RO 28/5/1919; PO 1/7/1923;

2181 * A 2182 * A A1 2183 D A A2 2184 D A A2 2185 D A A2 2186 D A A2

2187 * A C1

$25 $12 $8 $16 $10

$20 $80 $4 $10 $5

$10

Dimboola: unframed ‘M.O. & S.B[.]/MY18/91/DIMBO[OLA]’ WWW #410, on 5d brown. Renamed from Nine Creeks PO 16/2/1869;

LPO 1/9/1995.

Donvale: ‘DONVALE/19MY67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20 on 4c. [Rated R] PO 16/9/1929; closed 1/1/1972. Eastville: ‘EASTVIL[LE]/1AP[58]/VIC’, WWW #20A on 4d Xmas. [Rated RR - the first copy we have offered.] PO 1/11/1877; closed 27/6/1974.

Elaine (2): unframed ‘ELA[IN]E/20JE/16/VICTORIA’ on KGV 4d lemon (corner fault). Renamed from Elaine R.S. PO 23/10/1877; LPO

26/10/1993.

Elsternwick: ‘PAID AT ELSTERNWICK/— 19AP62/VIC’, WWW #610D (price turned off) in red. [Rated R] PO 22/6/1860. Elwood East: ‘ELWOOD EAST S.3/26JY50/VIC.’ on 2½d & 6d, blue registration label. [Rated RR] PO 2/9/1935; closed 14/11/1979. Exhibition Street: ‘EXHIBITION STREET C.1/16DE60/6/VICAUST’ on 3d & 2/-. [Rated RRRR] PO 21/9/1959; closed 28/5/1988. Fairfield: double-circle datehead machine ‘PAID AT ‘RELIEF/5PM/20AUG/1964/VIC. AUST.’ in red on cover to Eltham. Fawkner South (2): ‘FAWKNER SOUTH N.15./23JE61/VICAUST’, WWW #20A on 2/5d. [Rated R] Renamed from Fawkner PO

2180 D A B1

$15

from Diapur Town PO c.1887; closed 10/6/1974.

2176 D A1

2179 * A A1

$20

$50

Elizabeth Street: ‘ELIZABETH ST.MELBOURNE/R.S./ 530P24JE60/6/VIC[-AU]ST’, WWW #1130 on 3/- waratah pair. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Melbourne PO 4/6/1917; renamed

2178 D A A2

$6

closed 23/8/1972.

Diapur: DIAPUR/18MY31/VICT[ORIA]’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed

2175 S A A2

2177 D A C1

$10

$15

Congupna Township: ‘CONGUPNA TOWNSHIP/21MR41/VIC’ (WWW #10). [Rated RRR] Renamed from Congupna PO c.1909;

1884.

2165 D A2

$6

1956.

2162 * A A1+ - ‘RELIEF/16MY68/75/VIC-AUST’ on 5c & 20c with blue registration label. 2163 * B B2 Cudgewa: ‘CUDG[EW]A/22DE14/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1d Roo Die IIA on messy cover, framed ‘OLINDA/24DE/14/VICTORIA’ (A1) backstamp. [Rated S] PO 2/6/1879; LPO 1/7/1994. 2164 * B B1 Cunninghame: unframed ‘CUNNINGHAME/MR18/01/VIC’ on face of Tatt’s cover from ‘Club Hotel/LAKES ENTRANCE’, 2½d blue pair cancelled with ‘R’-in-circle. PO 5/2/1870; renamed Lakes

$8

$50

- ‘COLLINGWOOD/2JL35/VIC’ WWW #80 (arcs 6,7½) on ½d orange pair & 1d green KGV plus 3d Jubilee on cover with blue & black C5 registration label - ‘COLLINGWOOD N.5/22MY59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #140A (arcs 1½,1) on 1/7d on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] Commerce House: 28½mm ‘COMMERCE HOUSE/9JL29/ MELB’ (#10 - arcs 4,4) on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RR] PO 8/7/1914; replaced by Degraves Street PO 17/11/

Melbourne PO 1/1/1964.

$6 $8 $20 $8

$20 $4 $12 $40 $15

5/12/1960; closed 30/9/1985.

$5

PO 1/1/1873; renamed Ferntree Gully South PO 15/4/1967.

$8

Ferntree Gully (1): Black & white PPC ‘The Track up Fern Tree Gully Victoria’, real photo, used 1914 at Upper Ferntree Gully. Ferntree Gully (2): ‘RELIEF/13JE68/75/VIC-AUST’ on 25c with blue registration label. Replaced Ferntree Gully Lower PO 17/4/1967;

LPO 14/7/1997; closed 25/9/1997.

Fitzroy (2): ‘FITZROY/24MY60/VIC’, WWW #130C (arcs 9,8) on 5d & 2/-. [Rated R] RH 2/2/1874; PO 10/9/1877. Fitzroy South: ‘FITZROY STH N.6/19SE62/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 5d Flynn. [Rated RR] PO 1/10/1936; LPO 5/7/1993. Flemington: ‘FLEMINGTON.W.1/3/11AU50/VIC-[AUST]’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1854. Footscray West Mail Centre (1): 24-hr clock ‘RECEIVED/ 27JUN1979/MAIL CENTRE/FOOTSCRAY WEST, VIC./3012’ in red. [Rated RRR] MC c.-/4/1979; closed 13/10/1979. [Temporarily in a section of the State Mail Centre]

Gama: mss “13-1-58/Gama/(initials)” on QE 4d on Tatts cover, boxed ‘W.H. GRAHAM’ and ‘GAMA’ private handstamp (both B1) at TLC. RO 1/9/1907; PO 1/4/1920; closed 8/2/1964.

$16 $4 $15 $12

$30 $40


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 2188 D A A1 2189 * A A1 2190 * A 2191 * A 2192 * A B2 2193 * A- A1 2194 * A A1 2195 D A A2 2196 * A A12197 D A A2 2198 D A A2 2199 * A B12200 * B A1 2201 D A2 2202 D B1 2203 D A1 2204 S A A2 2205 D B1 2206 * A- A1 2207 S A A2 2208 D B1 2209 D B B2

Gardenvale (2): ‘GARDENVALE S.4/7FE59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,1 - WWW #30A) on QE 4d. [Rated RR] Renamed from Garden

Vale PO c.1940; LPO 24/5/1993.

WEST/31DE86/VIC-3185’

Gardenvale West: ‘GARDENVALE (closing day) on 36c Collingwood Town Hall PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Garden Vale West PO c.1940; closed 31/12/1986.

Geelong (1): multi-coloured PPC ‘Princes Bridge Geelong’, used. PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by Geelong Business Centre BC 22/7/ 1994.

- WTP multi-coloured PPC ‘The Queen’s Monument, Geelong’, 1908 local use. - ‘PAID AT GEELONG/3½D26SE56■/VIC’ in red, (arcs 6,6), WWW #1950D, on cover to Geelong West. [Rated R] - ‘GEELONG/VIC./6AUG/1952/3D/PAID’ machine, on Beaurepaire Tyre Service window envelope, some creasing. PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by Geelong Business Centre BC 22/7/1994.

‘GEELONG/VIC./6MAY/3D/

/PAID’ (year omitted) machine, on window envelope. 21NO80 Glenrowan: ‘RELIEF/ /91/VIC-AUST’ 22c Stamp Week. [Used 11/11/1980-9/12/1980] PO 22/2/1870; LPO 15/9/1993. 8AU78 Glenroy: ‘GLENROY/PAID/ /VIC AUST-3046’ in red, WWW #520A, on cover to Sydney. [Rated RR] PO 22/10/1888. Greendale: light ‘GREENDALE/10JE36/VICTORIA’ on 2d Cable. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1867; closed 30/6/1965. Half Moon Bay: ‘HALF MOON BAY/4MR54/VIC’ on ½d & 1/- on piece with blue registration label. Renamed from Black Rock PO

16/8/1993.

Centre BC 24/10/1997.

E.2/16FE67/VIC-AUST’ (arcs

- ‘HAWTHORN 2,2½ - LRD). [Rated PPP] Healesville: 28mm ‘HEALESVILLE/26OC16/V[IC]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/5/1865; LPO 10/1/2000. - ‘HEALESVILLE/PAID/6DE77/VIC-AUST-3777’ in red. [Rated PPP] - ‘RELIEF/?MY74/05/VIC-AUST’ on 7c on cover. [Used 4/3/197429/5/1974] Heathcote South: ‘HEATHCOTE SOUTH/27MR39/VIC’ on KGV 5d. TO c.1911; RO 9/7/1917; PO 17/5/1919; closed 8/3/1974. Heidelberg North: ‘HEIDELBERG NTH /13JE68/VIC-AUST’ (N23 removed). [Rated PPP] PO 1/4/1958; renamed Heidelberg

Heights PO 10/5/1983.

2212 D C1

Hopevale: ‘HOPEVALE/20MR41/VIC’. [Rated PPP] PO 18/12/

2214 * A A2 2215 D A1 2216 * B B2

$10

2232 D A A2

$85 $15 $40 $5 $25 $10

$10

- ‘HAWKSBURN/PAID/22NO78/VIC-AUST-3142’ in red. [Rated PPPP] Hawthorn (1): ‘HAWTHORN E.2/5OC50/VIC-AUST.’ (arcs 2,1½). [Rated PPP] PO 1/1/1854; replaced by Hawthorn Business

$60

$6 $25 $10

from Oakleigh East PO c.1955; LPO 1/7/1996.

Huon Lane: unframed ‘HUON LANE/OC20/04/VICTORIA’ alongside 4d cancelled with poor ‘1724’ on long cover. PO 1/11/ 1889; renamed Huon R.S. PO 29/9/1909.

2240 D A B1

2243 D A A2 2244 D A B1 2245 * A

$60

2247 * A- A1

$30

2248 D A A2

6/11/1869; closed 30/6/1993.

Langley: ‘LANGLEY/17OC70/VIC’ on 1c. [Rated PPPP] Renamed

from Barfold PO 4/1/1867; RO 1/10/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/ 1970.

Lauriston: ‘LAURISTON/8DE65/VIC-AUST’ (‘TON’ enhanced) on 5d Hargraves. [Rated PPP] Opened 1/7/1864; closed 31/12/1969. Laverton (1): ‘LAVERTON/PAID/18DE75/VIC-AUST 3028’ in red (ERD) on Cedel Products window envelope. [Rated PPPP] PO

2249 * A A12250 * A

22/10/1993.

Lilydale: ‘PAID AT LILYDALE/5MY71/VIC-AUST’ in red, on window envelope. Renamed from Lillydale PO c.1872. Logan: 29mm ‘[L]OGAN/?2FE15/[VI]CTORIA’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 18/1/1886; closed 7/5/1974. Lovely Banks: ‘LOVELY BANKS/4FE60/VIC’ on 5d Xmas.

2260 D A A1 2261 D A B1 2262 S A A2 2263 S A A2 2264 * A- A1 2265 D A A2

$100

$7 $10 $10 $25 $50

$30

PO 10/11/1874; LPO 9/2/1994.

$40

PO 18/1/1858.

$10

Mansfield: Black & white PPC ‘Grotto Blue Range Creek Mansfield’, real photo, 1d pink cancelled with illegible numeral. Market Street: ‘RELIEF STAMP. VIC./12NOON18AP86/NO 15’ (first day) on 1c. [Used 18/4/1985-24/4/1985] Renamed from Customs

House PO c.-/1/1884; replaced by Collins Street West PO 21/11/1997.

Melbourne: ‘PAID AT/2½D/19SEP/1944/MELBOURNE’ in red, on window envelope. Melbourne (1): ‘PAID MELBOURNE/1D/3 15PM/25·11·07 VICTORIA’ machine on strip from top of envelope. PO 13/4/1837;

renamed Elizabeth Street PO 4/6/1917.

$5 $6 $8

Melton: ‘PAID AT MORELAND/11A7FE63/VIC-AUST’ in red on window envelope. [Rated PPP] Mildura: Tinted PPC ‘Drying Ground Mildura’, showing the drying process for Dried Fruit, early real-photo, unused. PO 23/1/

$40

$40 $10

1888.

Morang South (1): ‘RELIEF/5MR86/5/VIC-AUST’ (converted 55) on 33c Xmas. [Used 15/11/1985-11/4/1986.] PO 24/11/1873; LPO

2259 D A A2

$20

$15

Malvern (2): ‘MALVERN/6AU71/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 5,6) on 15c. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Malvern R.S. PO 1/7/1892. Mandurang: ‘MANDURANG/21AP58/VIC’ on 4d. [Rated PPP]

2254 * A A1

2258 * A B2

$80

14/4/1986.

$25

2257 * A B1

$5

$50

2252 D A B2 2253 * B B1

2256 D A A1

$85

1927; replaced by Simpson Barracks PO 31/3/1987.

Maidstone (2): ‘MAIDSTONE/3NO82/VIC-3012’ on long stampless Australia Post cover. RO 17/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed

- ‘MILDURA/11MR25/VIC.’ (SDL arcs 5,4) on 4½d KGV. [Rated PPPP] - ‘RELIEF/10JE60/NO.2.’ on 5d blue. [Used 8-16/6/60.] Moonee Ponds West: ‘MOONEE PONDS WEST/24SE66/VIC.’ on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. PO c.1935,

2255 * B A1

$10

$80

Macleod: ‘MACLEOD/445P-6DE60/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 12½,13) on 5d Xmas (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPPP] RO 11/12/1923; PO 1/7/

2251 D A A1

$10

$80

Renamed from Lovely Banks Reservoir RO c.1907; PO 7/10/1920; closed 30/11/1960.

$25

$30 Inverleigh: ‘RELIEF/6FE60/NO.15.’ on ½d roo, 1d & 6½d QEII. [Used 2/12/1959-8/2/1960] PO 11/10/1856; LPO 4/8/1993. $20 2218 * A A1- Ivanhoe: ‘PAID AT IVANHOE N.21/3½D15AP59/VIC’ in red on window envelope. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/9/1874. $125 2219 D A A2+ Joel South: ‘JOEL SOUTH/10FE41/VIC.’ on KGVI 2d. [Rated PPP] RO 1/5/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1965. $80 2220 * A 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. $5 2221 D A A1 Karawinna: ‘KARAWINNA/16JY69/VIC-AUST’ on 2c. [Rated PPPP] RO 2/12/1924; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 31/1/1970; $80 closed 31/3/1970. 2222 D A A1 Kevington: ‘KEVINGTON/1AU67/VIC’ on 4c. [Rated PPP - the first copy we have offered.] Renamed from Mack’s Creek PO 1/10/ $80 1884; closed 31/1/1974. 2223 D B1 Kilmore: ‘PAID AT KILMORE/ 30NO64/VIC.’ (price turned off) in red. [Rated PPP] PO 1/2/1843; LPO 3/5/1999. $20 2224 S A A2 Kilmore East: ‘KILMORE EAST/?15/[VIC]’ on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Gavan Duffy PO 13/11/1872; closed 14/5/1976. $5 2225 D A B2- Kingsville: light ‘KINGSVILLE W.12/2JY47/VI[C-AU]ST’ (arcs 1½,1 - inverted dateline) on 2½d & 3d. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/1/ $40 1915; LPO 24/8/1993. 2226 D A B1 Knowsley: ‘KNOWSLEY/?AP57/VIC’ on 1d & 3d. PO 9/9/1889; $5 closed 31/10/1983. 2227 * A A1 Koondrook: ‘RELIEF/20AP83/70/VIC-AUST’ on 27c Flower envelope to Melbourne. [Used 29/3/1983-28/4/1983.] PO 1/3/ $10 1879; LPO 22/10/1993. 2217 D A A1

2239 S A A2

2246 D A A1

$40

/22AU69/VIC-AUST’. Renamed

2238 * A A1-

$15

$5

Laanecoorie: ‘LAANECOORIE/23AU77/VIC-AUST’ on 18c. PO

9/4/1888; LPO 3/8/1998.

2242 * A A1

$30

1/1/1854.

2235 * A- A1- Laverton R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. LAVERTON/2OC52/ VIC·AUST’ on 1d princess on cover to Dagenham, Essex, with boxed ‘R.A.A.F./SERVICE’ (A1-) in purple, small closed tear at top, slight stain at upper left. PO 1/6/1938; LPO 31/7/1995. 2236 D A A2 Leongatha: ‘RELIEF/15DE81/NO.8.’ on 5c. [Used 11/9/1981-6/4/ 1982.] Renamed from Koorooman PO 1/6/1891. 2237 * A A1 Leopold: ‘RELIEF/4-P28JY86/65/VIC AUST’ on 33c AAT. [Used 1/5/1986-17/10/1986] Renamed from Leopold Hill PO 1/9/1885; LPO

$30

1894; closed 31/12/1949.

Huntingdale: ‘HUNTINGDALE

2234 * A A1-

2241 D A A1

$15

LPO 6/7/1993.

2233 D C C2

$50

Renamed from Warburton PO c.-/1/1879; closed 30/9/1967.

Howe’s Creek: unframed ‘HOWES CREEK/JA14/04/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. Renamed from Wappan PO 1/2/1891; closed 31/7/1949. Hughesdale: ‘HUGHESDALE/29OC51/VIC’ on 3½d on 9d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 12/12/1927;

2230 *

2231 * A B1

1/10/1956; LPO 21/10/1993.

Hawksburn: ‘HAWKSBURN S.E.2/23FE57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1) backstamp. [Rated PPPP] RH c.-/8/1890; PO c.1902; LPO

2229 *

Kooroocheang: on 7c. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Hit Or Miss PO 14/12/1874; closed 31/8/1974. A- B1 Kyabram (2): ‘KYABRAM/27AU64/VIC.’ (arcs 4,4½) on 2/5d with blue registration label. Renamed from Sheridan PO 8/4/1886. A- A1- Kyneton: ‘PAID AT/■—3JL57/KYNETON VIC.’ (price turned off) in red on OPR Bros. envelope to Geelong West, light creasing, 1 small tonespot. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Mount Macedon PO

$10

$30

Hampton East (2): light ‘HAMPTON EAST S.7./16JA64/VICAUST’ (B1 - backstamp) on 2/5d with blue registration label. PO

2211 D A B1

2213 S A A2

$5

10/4/1922, provisionally closed 9/8/1968; closed 17/11/1968.

Highett: ‘HIGHETT/15FE35/VIC’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] RO 17/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 2/8/1993. - violet ‘UNCLAIMED/RETURN/TO/SENDER’ finger on face of very long 1971 stampless cover from Kingsgrove, NSW. Hoddle’s Creek (3): ‘HODDLE’S CREEK/24JA62/VIC’ on 5d.

2210 * B B1

2228 * A A1 $10

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‘KOOROOCHEANG/25JE73/VIC’

provisionally closed 15/2/1979; closed 28/3/1979.

$20

$6

29/10/1993.

$10

Renamed from North Brunswick PO 11/12/1922; LPO 29/3/1993.

$30

Moreland (3): violet double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/16NOV1937/ MORELAND, N.13’ (right decorative arrow points up) backstamp on registered cover with blue registration label, stamp removed. - ‘RELIEF/30JA81/VIC-AUST- 9’ (converted 29) on 1c. [Used 17/12/1981-5/3/1982] Mortlake: ‘RELIEF/21NO84/57/VIC-AUST’ on long stampless APO cover. [Used 25/7/1984-1/1/1985] PO 12/2/1859; LPO 4/4/

$15

1997.

$8

1880.

$10

Morwell (3): ‘PAID AT MORWE[LL]/???-4JE64/VIC’ (price turned off) in red on window envelope. Renamed from Morwell R.S. PO 1/1/ Mount Buller: ‘MOUNT BULLER/?FE69/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1) on 5c NT. PO 17/2/1958; LPO 11/8/1994. Mount Bute: ‘MT BUTE/17JE53/VIC-AUST.’ on 3½d Beef. RO 16/7/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1954.

Mount Cole: ‘MT COLE/20JY74/VIC-AUST’ on 2c coil. [Rated PPP] PO 1/9/1865; closed 29/8/1975. Mount Egerton: unframed ‘[MOUNT] EGERTON/[F]E19/15/ [VI]C’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/2/1856; closed 30/7/1993. Mount Pleasant (1): ‘MT PLEASANT/26MR18/VIC.’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/1/1858; RO c.1902; PO c.1904, provisionally closed 11/9/

1981; closed 31/10/1983.

Murchison East: ‘MURCHISON EAST/?OC58/VIC’ on 4d on cover. Renamed from Murchison R.S. PO 10/11/1890; closed 31/12/

1971.

Murrumbeena: ‘MURRUMBEENA S.E9/5FE55/VIC-AUST’ on KGVI 1/0½d. [Rated PPPP] PO 12/5/1890; LPO 3/5/1993.

$10 $40 $40 $6 $8 $10 $60


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2267 D A A1

Myrniong: ‘MYRNIONG/23SE48/VIC.’ (arcs 7½,7½) on 2½d Farrer. Renamed from Pentland Hills PO 26/1/1872; closed 30/9/1970. Mystic Park: ‘MYSTIC PARK/29MY73/VIC’ on 7c. PO 4/8/1890,

2268 D A1

Nagambie: ‘NAGAMBIE/PAID/VIC-AUST-3608’ in red. PO 2/5/

2269 S A C2

provisionally closed 21/4/1978; closed 31/10/1978.

$12

1870; LPO 4/1/1995.

$10

2270 D A B1

Narbethong: unframed ‘NARBETHONG/AU21/99/VICT[ORI]A’ on 1d brown. PO 16/10/1883; closed 14/5/1993. Naringal: ‘NARINGAL/14JY77/VIC’ (LRD) on 4c red. PO 1/1/1881;

2271 D A A2

Natte Yallock: ‘NATTE YALLOCK/9OC23/VIC’ on 2d red KGV.

2272 D A B2

Nerrin Nerrin: ‘NERRIN NERRIN/?34/VIC’ in violet on 2d red KGV. RO 8/9/1913; PO 14/8/1919; closed 2/9/1994. Netherby: ‘NETHERBY/1OC47/VICTORIA’ on ½d roo x2 & 1½d QE on cover. PO 1/9/1886; closed 28/11/1975. Newbridge: unframed ‘NEWBRID[GE]/[?]/[?]/[VICTORIA]’ on 2d violet. PO 1/2/1856; LPO 31/8/1994. Newham: ‘NEWHAM/30SE71/VIC.’ (last day). [Rated PPPP] PO

2273 * B A2 2274 S A B3 2275 D A1+ 2276 D A A1 2277 S A A22278 * A A1 2279 * A A1 2280 * A A12281 * A A1 2282 * A A12283 * A A12284 * A A12285 * A A12286 * A A12287 * A A12288 * A B1 2289 * A B1 2290 * A B1 2291 * A B1

closed 19/9/1978.

PO 1/6/1867; closed 30/8/1993.

16/9/1861; closed 30/9/1971.

‘NEWINGTON/2AU35/VIC’ (LDL fitted

Newington (2): after 1938) on 2d Jubilee (cut-to-shape). PO 1/7/1883; closed 21/6/1974. Newlyn R.S.: light ‘NEWLYN R.S./25AP14/VIC’ on 1d Roo. PO

2301 * A A1 2302 * A B1

$5

2314 D A A2

$10

2315 * A B1

$10

2316 * A- A1

$5

2317 D A B1

$70

2318 D C2 2319 D A A1-

$6

2323 D A A1-

Centre DC 24/7/1995.

- ‘RELIEF/PAID/8JY82/54/VIC-AUST’ in red, on Shoe Sales window envelope. Nunawading: ‘PAID AT NUNAWADING/ 12JA75/VIC-AUST’ in red (date moved to right), on cover to Melbourne. Renamed from

$50 $15 $30 $10 $50 $30 $15 $15 $20 $30 $15

Tunstall PO 1/11/1945; LPO 16/2/1998.

$25

4/8/1993.

$10

1854; replaced by Oakleigh Delivery Centre DC 27/9/1993.

$12

1995.

Olympic Games: ‘XVI. OLYMPIAD/[single scullers]/22NOV/ 1956/BALLARAT VILLAGE-VIC AUST’ on 4d Olympics on Mappin & Curran pictorial postmark card. Ormond (2): ‘PAID AT ORMOND S.E.14/—■20DE67/VICAUST’ in red, on long McKinnon High School OHMS cover to East Bentleigh. PO 22/7/1907; LPO 21/6/1993. - ‘PAID AT ORMOND /—■13AU69/VIC-AUST’ (S.E.14 removed), in red, on A.P. Morling window envelope. 11AU78 - ‘ORMOND/PAID/ /VIC-AUST-3204’ in red, on Paramount Paper Merchants window envelope. 9AP68 Ouyen: ‘RELIEF/ /52/VIC-AUST’ on 5c Envelope. [Used 28/4/1968] RO 22/10/1907; PO 1/10/1908; LPO 1/4/1999. Pakenham East: ‘PAID AT PAKENHAM EAST/—24JY62/VICAUST’ (price turned off) in red, on window envelope. Renamed from Pakenham R.S. PO 14/9/1908; renamed Pakenham PO 1/10/1971.

$12 $15 $25 $15 $15 $40 $15 $15 $40

2303 * A B2

Paynesville: ‘RELIEF/27JE86/79/VIC-AUST’ on 3c & 30c on cover. [Used 19/3/1986-19/11/1986] Renamed from Toonallook PO

2304 S A A2

Pompapiel: ‘POMPAPIEL/14DE37/[VIC]’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. RO 7/8/1911; PO 23/4/1914; closed 10/4/1954. Poowong North (4): ‘POOWONG NORTH/25MR57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d QEII. [Rated PPP] RO c.-/9/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/

$20

Port Fairy (2): ‘POR[T F]AIRY/6P4AP75/VIC-AUST’ on 10c Scullin on Tatts cover. Renamed from Belfast PO 20/7/1887; LPO 19/11/1997. Port Melbourne: ‘PORT MELBOURNE S.C.7/5MY64/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,1½). Renamed from Sandridge PO 6/3/1884.

$5

2305 D A B1 2306 * A A2 2307 D A1

2320 * A A1

$30

- ‘PAID AT NEWPORT (W.15 removed), on cover to Hawthorn. D Nhill (2): ‘PAID AT NHILL/2 10JA51/VIC.’ in black on window envelope. PO 1/1/1881; LPO 22/7/1997. - ‘NHILL/VIC./1956/27JUN/3½D/PAID’ machine in black, on cover to Geelong. North Brighton: ‘PAID AT N. BRIGHTON S.5/ 18SE64/VICAUST’ (price turned off), on cover to Melbourne. PO 18/12/1924. - ‘NORTH BRIGHTON/PAID/9JY90/VIC-AUST-3186’, in red, on Travlon Trimmings window envelope. North Melbourne: ‘NORTH MELBOURNE/315P21OC46/VIC.’ in black with boxed ‘PAID AT/NORTH MELBOURNE’ (A1-), on long cover to Melbourne. Renamed from Hotham PO c.-/10/1887. - ‘PAID AT NORTH MELBOURNE. /8SE71/VIC’ (N.1 & right arc removed) in red, on Warren Printing cover to Moorabbin. - ‘NORTH MELBOURNE/VIC./1956/14JUN/ /PAID’ machine in black, on Albion Quarrying window envelope. - ‘NORTH MELBOURNE/VIC./3D/14AUG/1956/PAID’ machine in black, on Albion Quarrying window envelope. - ‘NORTH MELBOURNE/VIC./1957/2NOV/5D/PAID’ machine in red, on cover to East Malvern. Northcote (1): ‘NORTHCOTE/PAID/17OC77/VIC-AUST-3070’, in red on cover to Hawthorn. PO 1/8/1854; renamed Northcote Delivery

- ‘PAID AT OAKLEIGH/—D9OC62/VIC’ in red, on New Oakleigh Motors window envelope. - ‘PAID AT OAKLEIGH/25AU71/VIC’ in red, on Oakleigh Radiology Centre window envelope. Oakleigh South: ‘PAID AT OAKLEIGH STH/—■19DE60/ VIC·AUST’ in red, on cover to Richmond. PO 1/9/1936; LPO 6/1/

2300 * A C1

$20

2312 D A2 2313 * A- A2

2322 D A1

2294 * A B1-

2299 * A B1

2311 D B1

$40

/26AU77/VIC-AUST’

Oakleigh (1): ‘OAKLEIGH/VIC./3D/6JLY/1956/PAID’, machine in black, on Leonard Chemical Products window envelope. PO 1/8/

2298 * A B1

2310 * A A1

Williamstown Junction PO c.-/11/1881; LPO 16/5/1994.

2293 * A A1-

2297 * A A1

2309 * A B1

$30

Nyora: ‘RELIEF/4MR74/NO29.’ on 7c Agate on cover. [Used 12/12/1973-4/4/1974] Replaced Lang Lang East PO c.-/9/1890; LPO

2296 * A A1-

$4

2308 * A A1

20/11/1889; renamed Newlyn PO 1/2/1915.

Newport: ‘PAID AT NEWPORT W.15/■■■22MR63/VIC-AUST’, in red on Pacific Oxygen Limited window envelope. Renamed from

2292 * A B1

2295 * A A1

$10

1/2/1886; LPO 25/2/1994.

1957.

$8

$70

$10

2321 * A A1

- ‘PAID AT PORT MELBOURNE S.C.7/315P30AP64/VIC’ in red, on cover to Brisbane. - ‘PAID AT PORT MELBOURNE S.C.7/ 29JE66/VIC’ (time turned off), on window envelope. - ‘PAID AT PORT MELBOURNE / 6FE69/VIC’ (S.C.7 removed), on window envelope. Portland: ‘PORTLAND/7JE69/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5). [Rated PPP] PO 4/12/1841. - ‘PAID AT PORTLAND/ 24DE63/VIC.’ (price turned off) in red. Portland West: ‘PORTLAND WEST/1OC47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland on cover. RO 10/1/1908; PO 1/1/1913; closed 20/6/1970. Prahran: ‘PRAHRAN/8SE47/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5½) on 5½d Emu. [Rated PPP] PO 1/4/1853. - ‘RELIEF/15JA68/50/VIC-AUST’ on 3c Coil x4 & 13c with blue registration label. - ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/1D 14AU30/VIC’ (LRD, arcs 3½,5) in black, on cover to Malvern, some light toning - ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/—-7MR51/VIC’ in black, on St. Paul’s Cathedral CEMS Bulletin label, to Brisbane. - ‘PRAH[R]AN/15JA79/[V]IC-AUST-318[1]’ in red. [Rated PPP] Prahran East: ‘PRAHRAN EAST S.1/26JA54/VIC-AUST’ on 1/ 0½d. PO 13/10/1913; LPO 29/10/1993. - ‘RELIEF/9MY77/50/VIC-AUST’ on 18c on unaddresed cover. [Used 20/6/1974 - 1/8/1980.] Preston: ‘PRESTON/VIC/ /20JLY/1956/PAID’ (price omitted) in black, on window envelope. PO 1/3/1856. - ‘PAID AT PRESTON/—?22DE61/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red. Puralka: ‘PURALKA/16JE71/VIC-3304’ on 1c. [Rated PPP]

$40 $15 $20 $30 $20 $15 $30 $20 $40 $40 $20 $30 $5 $12 $20

$40 Richmond (2): ‘PAID AT RICHMOND/12½-10JL16/VICTORIA’ on ‘Removal of Name from Voters List’ notification slip, also bearing boxed ‘NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIERS/ RICHMOND’ (A1-) handstamp in black. PO 1/1/1858. $50 2325 * A A1 - ‘PAID AT RICHMOND/1D-10SE38/VICTORIA’ in black, on Pelaco Ltd cover to Glenhuntly. $30 2326 * A B1 Richmond South: ‘PAID/1D 6SE??/SOUTH RICHMOND VIC.’, in black, on Cash’s window envelope. RH 2/10/1871; PO c.1903. $125 2327 * A A1- - ‘RICHMOND SOUTH/VIC./1956/11AUG/3D/PAID’ in red (all lines except ‘11AUG’ inverted), on window envelope. $30 2328 * A A1- Robinvale: ‘PAID AT ROBINVALE/3½D30SE59/VIC-AUST’, in red, on window envelope. Renamed from Bumbong RO 1/8/1924; PO 14/7/1926; LPO 2/8/1999. $160 2329 * B A1- Rushworth: ‘M.O. RUSHWORTH/2MR59/VIC’ on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne, bottom edge trimmed. PO 16/9/1857; LPO 1/11/1994. $12 2330 * A A1- Sale: ‘PAID AT SALE/—D13OC56/VIC-AUST’ in red (ERD), on window envelope. Renamed from Flooding Creek PO 1/1/1854. $160 2331 * A Shepparton (2): multi-coloured PPC ‘Long’s views in & around Shepparton Victoria - Flooded Rifle range’, used. PO 1/5/1858. $15 2332 * A A1 - ‘RELIEF/21JE76/60/VIC-AUST’ on various stamps on cover. [Used 31/7/1975-13/7/1976.] $5 2333 D A A1+ Smith Gully Road: ‘SMITH GULLY ROAD/15AU39/VIC’ on 2d red KGVI. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Smith Gully PO 1/2/1964. $6 2334 * B B2 St. Albans: ‘ST ALBANS/3MY66/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 9,10 A1 backstamp) on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. PO 22/10/1888. $5 2335 D A A2- Tatura: light ‘RELIEF/10SE65/60/VIC-AUST’ on 1d QEII. [Used 915/9/1965] PO 1/2/1875. $8 2336 * A Waranga Outlet: black & white PPC ‘Outlet Gates’, fine card of dam gates, posted at Rushworth but adhesive removed. PO 1/8/ 1903; closed 1/9/1905. $15 2337 D A C1 Wedderburn Junction: ‘WEDDERBURN J[CTN]/28FE3 /VIC’ (no year wheel) on 1d green KGV. Renamed from Wedderburn Road PO 15/1/1889; closed 11/11/1977. $8 VICTORIA | Travelling Post Offices 2338 * B A1 English Mail T.P.O.: 6-bar machine cancel ‘ENGLISH MAIL T.P.O.210MY1912’ backstamp on on cover from Germany (stamps removed), flap torn through cancel. [This is the postmark which Purves describes as 6 unbroken bars. This example has 4 unbroken bars and appears to be complete. normally found on PPCs, rare on cover.] $100 2339 S B C2 - ‘T.P.[O].E/UP 4MR13/V[IC]TORI[A]’ on 1d roo (faults). [Rated RR] $60 2340 * B B1 - ‘ENG.MAIL.T.P.O./IN-16FE14/VIC’ backstamp on cover from Germany, mild toning and other faults. $50 2341 S B A2 T.P.O. 7: ‘T.P.O.7/UP13AU13/VICTOR[IA]’ on 1d roo (faults). [Rated R] $10 VICTORIA | Reliefs ‘PAID AT/1-D-9JA40/RELIEF’. [Rated PPPP] 2342 D A1 $50 2343 D A A2 2: ‘RELIEF/13MY39/NO.2.’ on 2d red KGVI. $5 2344 D A A1 4: ‘RELIEF/26SE38/No.4’ on 2d red KGVI. $4 2345 D A A2 5: ‘RELIEF STAMP 5/26AU34/VIC’ on 2d Vic Centenary. $6 23MY74 O 2346 * A B2 8: ‘RELI[EF]/ /N .8.’ on 7c. $15 2347 D A A1 10: ‘RELIEF/4FE43/NO.10.’ on ½d roo & 2d red KGVI. $5 O 2348 D A A2 13: ‘RELIEF/10OC46/N .13.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated P] $10 O 2349 D A B1 14: ‘RELIEF/15AP39/N .14.’ (error for 1949?) on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated P] $8 2350 D A A1 16: ‘RELIEF/11JA61/NO16.’ on 5d Xmas. $4 O 2351 * A A1 17: ‘RELIEF/21AP49/N .17.’ on 2½d red KGVI on cover. $8 2352 D A A2 18: ‘R[ELIE]F/22JE51/NO.18’ (arcs 7,8) on 3d Federation. [Rated PP] $15 2353 D A A2 20: ‘RELIEF/15OC48/NO.20.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PP] $20 O 2354 D A B1 21: ‘RELIEF/?56/N .21.’ on 3½d red QEII. [Rated PP] $20 O 2355 * A A2 25: ‘RELIEF/30MY56/N 25.’ on 2/- Croc on air cover to England. $10 2356 D A A1+ 26: ‘RELIEF/32NO46/NO26.’ on 2½d Mitchell. $5 2324 D A A1-

Renamed from Lockinon RO 4/4/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 25/7/1973.


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 2357 D 2358 * 2359 D 2360 D

A A2 A A1 A B1 A- A2

2361 * A A1-

‘RELIEF/3DE48/NO29.’ on 2½d von Mueller. [Rated P] ‘RELIEF/10SE56/NO 30.’ on 3½d red QEII on cover.

29: 30: 31: ‘RELIEF STAMP 3/15AP57/VIC’ on QEII 4d. 48: ‘RELIEF/48/19DE39/VIC.-AUST.’ on 2d red KGVI (cut-toshape). [Rated PPP] 73: ‘RELIEF/17JA79/73/VIC-AUST’ on 7c magenta QEII on cover to Melbourne.

$5 $5 $3 $50

$6 WESTERN AUSTRALIA 2362 F A B1 1863-64 No Wmk Perf 13 1d carmine-rose SG 49. $10 2363 F A A1 1882-85 Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 12 1d yellow-ochre SG 82. $8 2364 F A B1 - 4d carmine SG 84. $35 2365 * A B1 1885-93 Typo Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 14 1d carmine SG 95. $25 2366 * A B1 - 5d bistre SG 99. $20 2367 * A A1 - 1/- olive-green SG 102. $35 2368 * A A1 1895 Surcharged in Green ‘Half-penny’ on 3d cinnamon SG 110a. $15 2369 * A- A1 1902-12 Wmk V/Crown Perf 12½ or 12½x12 2d yellow, SG #118, Cat £14, one toned perf at TRC. $12 2370 *F A A1 - 2d dull yellow single line P12.4, wmk upright (BW# W17B Cat $250, unpriced on cover), SG #118a, on Tatt’s cover cancelled with poor 1904 Mount Magnet, ‘T “4d”‘ in circle on face. [Very rare, BW notes “...only a small number of used examples have been recorded”.] $200 $85 2371 * A B1 - 5d bistre, SG #120. 2372 * A B1 1905-12 Wmk Crown/Double-Lined A Perf 12½ or 12½x12 1d rose-pink, SG #139, Cat £11. $8 2373 * A B1 - 9d orange SG 145. $30 2374 * A A1 1912 Wmk Crown/Single-Lined A (Sideways) Perf 11½x12 1/sage-green SG 169. $30 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1879 ½d chestnut on salmon, PSSA #PC1, Cat $15 (HG 1), 2375 *** A minor adhesion on back. $30 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 2376 *WA1905 Text on Back 2d ultramarine on greenish stock, PSSA #LC4, Cat $100, couple of small spots on face and sides stuck down. $55 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Franks 2377 *F A Department of Lands & Survey: smaller handstamp in violet, cut to shape. $10 2378 *F A Education Department: handstamp in blue, cut to shape. $10 Public Works Department: handstamp in blue, cut to shape. 2379 *F A $10 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal History 2380 *F A1912 2d yellow perf ‘OS’ pair (Cat $60 on cover), cancelled with ‘REGISTERED PERTH/16JUL12/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (A2) on local Office of Titles cover with red W2 label, violet d/boxed ‘D.L.O./17AUG1912/No./PERTH.’ (A1) on face, ‘UNKNOWN BY LETTER CARRIER’ handstamp on face, TRC soiled. $50 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 15-Bar Numerals 2381 S A A2 8: on 2d yellow. Allocated to Fremantle-PO 4/12/1829. $5 2382 S A A2 10: ‘10’ on 2d grey. Allocated to Bridgetown-Renamed from Geejelup PO c.-/2/1872. $12 2383 S A A2- 13: light strike on 1d yellow-ochre. Allocated to Pinjarra-PO 1/1/ 1856. $4 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 9-Bar Numerals 2384 S A B2 8: on 1d bistre. Allocated to Fremantle-PO 4/12/1829. $5 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 2385 D A B2 Alexandra Bridge: ‘ALEXANDRA BRIDGE/?MY71/[WESTAUST]’ on 7c ANA (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Group 69 TO 16/6/ 2386 S A B22387 S A B2 2388 S A B2 2389 D A A1 2390 D A A12391 D A A2 2392 S A A2-

1939; PO 1/6/1942; closed 31/1/1974.

Balingup: unframed ‘BALINGUP/MY25/08/W[.A]’ on 2d yellow Swan. PO c.-/12/1885. Beria (1): ‘BERIA/30APR10/[WEST]ERN AUSTRALIA’ on 1d red Swan. PO 20/11/1905; RO 17/11/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/8/ 1929.

Brown Hill: framed ‘BROWN[ HILL]/3/FE21/10/W.A’ on 2d yellow Swan. RO 14/10/1902; PO 18/1/1904; closed 31/10/1930. Bunbury: framed ‘BUNBURY/SP21/08/W.A.’ PO 15/7/1841. Carnarvon: ‘CARNARVON/5FEB15/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’. Renamed from Gascoyne PO 15/8/1884.

Caron: ‘CARON/5AP193[?]/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). RO 1/1/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 10/1/1970. Collie Fields: light ‘COLLIE FIELDS/DE16/01/[W.]A’ on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Coalville PO 6/2/1899; renamed Collie PO 27/10/1899.

2393 S A A2+ Cookernup: left half of unframed duplex ‘COOKERNUP/1/ 5MY/05/W.A’ on 1d red swan. PO 1/4/1897; closed 30/11/1974. 2394 S A A2 Dongara: framed ‘DONGARRA/27JAN09/W[ESTN AUSTRA]LIA’ on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Dongarra PO c.1887.

2395 S A A2+ Dumbleyung: 27mm ‘DUMBLEYUNG/5DEC18/WESTN AUSTRALIA on KGV ½d green. PO 8/6/1909. 2396 S A C2 Greenhills: worn unframed ‘GREENHILLS/MR29/11/W.A’ on 1d Swan pair. PO 1/8/1891; closed 28/7/1980. 2397 D C1 Greenwood: ‘GREENWOOD/3OC77/W-AUST-6024’ in red. PO 2398 * A A1 2399 * A A1

1/8/1975.

Grimwade: ‘GRIMWADE/30AP85/WA-6253’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from East Kirup TO c.-/7/1950; PO 1/11/ 1956; closed 30/4/1985.

Hearson (2): ‘HEARSON/1P23JE86/WA-6715’ opening day on 33c Willandra Lakes PSE, unaddressed. PO 23/6/1986.

2400 S A- A2

Jarrahdale No. 6 Mill: ‘[NUMB]ER SIX MILL/10MAY10/ [WESTNAUSTR]ALIA’ on 2d yellow Swan, slight toned edge. RO

2401 * A A2

Kondut: ‘KONDUT/20MY63/WESTERN [AUSTRALIA]’ on 5d Red Cross. RO 17/9/1923; PO 15/11/1924; closed 31/8/1982. Lomos: ‘LOMOS/4AP38/W.A’ on KGV 5d. RO 8/3/1918; PO 1/7/

2402 S A A2 2403 * A B1

1/4/1899; PO 2/3/1908; closed 28/8/1913.

closed 1/10/1983.

$10

2405 S A B2

Mount Barker: framed ‘MOUNT BARKER/AU5/8/W.A’ on 2d yellow Swan. PO 1/1/1870. Mullalyup (1): ‘[M]ULLALYUP/10APR17/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (#D26) on 1d red KGV. RO 1/7/1904; PO 1/5/1907; closed 1/9/1984. Norseman: ‘NORSEMAN/4DEC09/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (arcs .,.). RO c.-/4/1895; PO 1/2/1896. Pearce R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘PEARCE R.A.A.F./4OC85/WA-6085’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 23/9/1940; closed

2407 D A A12408 * A B1 2409 * A A1 2410 * A A1 2411 * A- B2 2412 * A B1 2413 * A B1

$6 $10

Lowden: ‘LOWDEN/30SE83/W.A. 6240’ (closing day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Preston Valley PO 1/3/1909;

Midland Junction (2): framed ‘MIDLAND JUNCTION/1/ AP23/6/W.A’ on 1d pink Swan. Renamed from Helena Vale PO c.-/6/

2406 S A A2

$50

1927; TO 1/7/1952; closed 5/5/1966.

2404 S A B2

1901; renamed Midland PO 1/7/1962.

$6 $5 $5 $10

4/10/1985.

$8

closed 30/4/1985.

$8

Redmond: ‘REDMOND/30AP85/WESTN AUST.’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Mulikupp PO 7/10/1912;

Scaddan: ‘SCADDAN/30JE86/W.A. 6447’ (closing day), on 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 15/2/1923; closed 30/6/1986. Southern Cross: 2nd duplex ‘SOUTHERN +/JU16/06/ WESTERN AUSTRALIA - PO’ on 1d Swan on PPC to Perth. PO c.-/1/1890. [Gold Mining]

Wilson: worn ‘WILSON/31JUL1986/W.A. 6107’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/11/1963; closed 31/7/1986. Wokalup: 2 strikes of ‘WOKALUP/31MY84/WA-6221’ (closing day) on 30c PSE with ‘OPENING OF POST OFFICE’ (sic) cachet. RO 1/12/1904; PO 16/5/1908; closed 31/5/1984.

$12 $10 $12 $8

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Travelling Post Offices 2414 S A A2 Eastern Goldfields: ‘T.P.O.E.G.[F.]/MR17/01/W.[A]’ on 4d swan.

$15

ADEN | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 2415 *** A 1953 30c QEII blue size g, HG #C3, ‘FEE PAID.’ 21mm long.

$16

ADEN | Kathiri State of Seiyun 2416 ** A B1 1966 New Currency Opts 100f on 2/- green marginal single, SG #52, Cat £38.

$35

AITUTAKI 2417 W A B2 ALBANIA 2418 V A A1

1903-11 Surcharged in Words Perf 11 2½d blue, P11, SG #4, Cat £11.

$8

1947 People’s Army 20q light brown & black-brown, Mi #427, Cat €10.

$5

ALBANIA | Koritza 2419 * A B1 1917 Shqipèrié Vetqeveritare 1c brown & green, Mi #3, Cat €22. 2420 W A- A1 - 2c red-brown & green, Mi #4, Cat €22, small tone spot at TRC. 2421 * A- B1 - 5c green & black, Mi #6, Cat €20, couple of small tone spots. 2422 * B B1 1917 Republika Shqipétare short set to 50c, Mi #11-16, Cat €25, all have some tonespots, 50c is MNG. 2423 * A- B1 - 1f red-brown & black, Mi #17, Cat €25, some very light, small tone spots on gum. ANGUILLA 2424 ** A 1981 Royal Wedding Booklet Panes 50c & $3 booklet panes of 4 with Watermark reading upwards SG 468wa-9wa.

ANJOUAN $4 2425 * A B1 $5

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1912 Surcharges (Narrow Setting) 05 on 2c to 10 on 45c, SG #20-7, Cat £22. (8)

ANTIGUA 2426 ** A

1981 Royal Wedding P12 set in sheetlets SG 702-4. $8 ARGENTINA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1892-96 Rivadavia HG A12-14 optd ‘MUESTRA’. (3) 2427 *** A $7 $6 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY 2428 ** A B1 1957 Map BRC block of 4, BW #1, Cat $48+. $10 2429 ** A B1 1957-61 Pre-Decimal Issues complete set of 7, SG #1-7, Cat £15. $10 2430 * A A1 - complete set of 7, SG #1-7, Cat £15. 2431 * A A1 1966-68 Decimal Currency set of 11, SG #8-18, Cat £42+. 2432 F A A1 1971 Treaty set of 2, SG #19-20. $80 2433 F A A1 1979-81 Ships complete set of 16, SG #37-52, Cat £16. AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | First Day Covers 2434 *F A 1954 ANARE on APO FDC cancelled on 28DE54 at Macquarie Island, with the First Day of Issue cachet applied at Melbourne. 1961 5d Blue illustrated Wesley FDC with adhesive tied by 2435 *F A $6 Philatelic Bureau cds 5 JLY 61, unaddressed. 2436 *F A 1961 5d Mawson illustrated Wesley FDC with adhesive tied by $5 Philatelic Bureau cds 18 OCT 61, unaddressed. 2437 * A 1971 Treaty set on illustrated Official PO FDC for bases Davis, $6 Mawson, Casey & Macquarie Is all unaddressed. (4)

$16 $14 $14 $5 $15 $15 $20 $15 $60 $35 $12 $12 $30 $5 $15

$3

$3 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postal History 1947 Registered Heard Island cover to Fiji with 5½d Newcastle 2438 *F A tied by A.N.A.R.E. HEARD Is cds 25DE47, with Provisional Heard Island Registration label. $5 2439 *F A 1948 Cover to Macquarie Island with fine Macquarie Is cds 7MR48 on reverse. $10

$8 $20 $20 $50

$75 $35


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A A1

2453 V A B1 2454 V A A1 2455 F A

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1954 Antarctic Expedition illustrated cover with adhesives cancelled by Mawson cds 15FE54 with 1954 Expedition label in green on face and 1954 Expedition label featuring penguins in blue on reverse. 1962 5d Mawson SG 7 tied to illustrated card by Wilkes cds 15JA62, being FDC for this issue at Wilkes base. 1854 Arms Machine Paper 1k yellow type III 4 margins, SG #6a, Cat £110, 1855 Wien. - 2k black type III 4 margins, SG #7, Cat £100. - 3k red type III 4 margins, SG #8. 1858-59 Franz Joseph 2k yellow, Type II, SG #22a, Cat £38. 1863 Arms Perf 14 2k yellow, SG #39, Cat £75. - 15k light brown, SG #43, Cat £27. 1863-64 Arms Perf 9½ 2kr yellow, SG #45, Cat £12, closed tear at left. 1867 Franz Joseph Coarse Type 50k brown, Mi #AH57a, Cat £42, a couple of toned perfs. 1883-90 Arms With Black Figures 50k dull purple, SG #75a, Cat £50. 1896 New Colours 1g grey-violet & 2g sea-green, SG #105-6, Cat £36. 1948-51 Traditional Costumes 90g brown-lilac with horizontal gum lines, SG #1124, Cat £25. 1948-521 Traditional Costumes 10s grey, SG #1144. 1949 UPU set of 3, SG #1175-7. 1972 Spanish Riding set of 6 in m/s, SG #1645, mounted in presentation pack with FDoI cancel

AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2456 *F B 1876-82 Franz Joseph, No Border 2kr brown, ‘(Poln.)’ edition with no ‘An’ at address lines, HG #28a, cancelled with ‘BRODY/25/6’ (B1) & ‘NEURAU/17/6/8F/78/WIEN’ (B1) arrival, corner wear. 1908 Franz Josef 5h green on cream, dividing line dotted with 2457 *F A one line for sender’s address at upper left, HG #216, uprated with 5h green Franz Joseph & addressed to Aarau, Switzerland. AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 2458 *V B 1903 Franz Josef 10h carmine on thin grey stock 215x124mm, HG #KBX4, cancelled with ‘WIEN 1/1/17.1.05.8-9V./a 1 *’ (A1) machine, a few faults. AUSTRIA | Maximum Cards 2459 *V A 1960 Adolf Schärf 1.50s black-olive, Mi #1075, on maxicard featuring eagle & first day cachet, bears Scharf autograph, numbered 33 of 1100 on reverse. AUSTRIA | Postal History 1911 12h red x2 & 1h grey, cancelled with poor double-circle of 2460 *F C 16X11, on FLEISCHHACKER cover to Allston, Massachusetts, Sealed on reverse with ‘Deutscher Wehrschatz Mähren/BrünnKrautmarkt’ label in blue-black, edge wear & a couple of closed tears at top. 2461 *F A 1971 stampless entire to Austrian war criminal Major Walter Reder held in Gaeta Military Prison in Italy, brown ‘RECLUSORIO MILITAIRE GAETA’ label at left. [Reder was convicted of the massacre of 1830 civilians in Marzbotto, Italy. He was finally released in 1985 and welcomed home by the Austrian Defence Minister!] AUSTRIA | Flight Covers 2462 *F A 1966 Innsbruck - Zurich Registered illustrated cover for Austrian Airlines with special Pictorial cancel 7 6 1966 with Zurich backstamp 7-6 66. AUSTRIA | Military - World War I Period 2463 *F A- A1 1916 use of Field post letter cancelled by triple circle ‘Loth?. Feldartl. Regts.33/BRIEF-/STEMPEL/??Batterie’ (A1-) and bearing circular ‘K.D.FELD-POSTEX[P ED]/33./INF. DIV./4 5’ (A2) addressed to Barsinghausen, small tear at base. 2464 *V A 1918 use of stampless Feldpostkarte of ‘K.u.k.Armeeoberkommando/1918/FRÖHLICHE/OSTERN!’ with chicken and easter eggs, cancelled with double-circle ‘K.u.k.FELDPOSTAMT/29.III.18/51’ (B2) to Feldpost 475 (Italy). AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE 2465 F B B1 1883 Arms 2s yellow-brown & black, SG #14, Cat £225, some surface wear at TRC. 2466 F A A1 1890-96 Turkish Currency 20pa on 5k carmine pair P10½, SG #29. 2467 F A A1 1904-05 French Currency 5c on 5h blue-green P13x12½, SG #F8B, Cat £65, used at Jerusalem. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE | Postmarks 2468 S A A2 Durazzo: double-circle ‘DURAZZO/10/10/91’ (Albania) on 1pi on 10k blue. BAHAMAS 2469 F A B4

2473 *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 stapled to original article.

$40 BAHAMAS | Postmarks 2474 S A B2 E.R.P.: ‘E.R.P./2MAR/1918’ (fiscal cancel) on 1d Red Cross. $20 2475 D A A1- Nassau: ‘NASSAU/10MAR61/BAHAMAS’ (Proud #D43) on ½d black & orange QEII Pictorial. $90 BARBADOS 2476 ** A B1 1925-35 Wmk Script CA 1/- black on emerald, P13½x12½, SG $80 #237, Cat £65. $3 2477 ** A 2000(C) Flowers 10c, 40c, $1.40 & $2.50. $25 $65 BARBADOS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1913 ½d green on white, HG #11A. $20 2478 *** A

$30 $8 $5 $70 $3 $25

BARBADOS | Postal History $4 2479 *F A 1942 use of 6d & 1/- olive-green, on air cover to USA, ‘P.C. 90/ OPENED BY EXAMINER/H/”30”‘ tape at left. $20 BELGIUM 1849 Epaulettes 10c grey-brown 4 close margins, SG #1a, Cat $50 2480 G A£65, cancelled with 18-bar ‘24’, minor faults at top edge. 1851 Medallions Wmk LL 10c brown 4 close margins, SG #6, $25 2481 G A cancelled with 18?-bar ‘83’. 1861 Large Medallions, No Wmk 10c brown, 1 good margin, 2 $15 2482 F A tight margins, 1 trimmed margin, Mi #7II, Cat €10. $5 $8 2483 F B B2 1863-65 Medallions, Perf 12½x13-13½ 40c carmine-red, Mi #13B, Cat €30, cancelled with points ‘12’, aged, short perf at top right. $5 2484 F B B1 1883 King Leopold II 50c light violet, Mi #38, Cat €36, cancelled with ‘[BR]UXELLES/26/JUIN/5-S/[7] 1886 7’, strong discolouration around cancel. 2485 F A- C1 1884-86 King Leopold II 1f brown-red on light green, Mi #46, Cat €17, creased TRC. $4 2486 W A B1 1905 75 Years 20c olive, with tab, Mi #72, Cat €32. 2487 * A- A1 - 2f violet, Mi #77, Cat €100, gum toned. 2488 V A C1 1914 Red Cross II 20c+20c violet & red Albert I, Mi #109, Cat $6 €13. 2489 * A- B1 1918 Red Cross 40c+40c red & black, Mi #137, Cat €12, some light tonespotting. 2490 * A B1 1919-20 King Albert I With Helmet 50c yellow-brown, Mi #154, Cat €25. $16 2491 * A B1 1925 75 Years of Belgian Stamps 5f black-blue, Mi #202, Cat €10. 2492 * A A1 1928 Orval Abbey Restoration Fund set, Mi #235-43, Cat €200. (9) $5 2493 * A A1 1930 Airmail complete set of 4, Mi #280-3, Cat €20. 2494 * A B1 1931-32 Albert I 1.50f dark purple, Mi #307. 2495 * A B1 1932 Tuberculosis 50c+10c brown-carmine, Mi #349. 2496 * A B1 1935 Queen Astrid - Anti-TB Fund complete set of 8, Mi #40714, Cat €24. 2497 ** A A1 1951 Air Mail set of 2, Mi #904-5. $15 2498 **/* A A1 1958 Europa set of 2, Mi #1117-8, 2.50f is hinged.

$14 $5 $5

BELGIUM | Postage Dues 2499 ** A A1 1946-53 Numerals on White Background 10f brown-violet, Mi #55.

$4

BELGIUM | Parcel Stamps $70 2500 * B A1 1953 Surcharges ‘17F’ on 11F, Mi #39, Cat €30, adhesion on back. 2501 * A A1 - ‘20F’ on 18F, Mi #40, Cat €20.

$3 $8

BELGIUM | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2502 *** A 1880 J of ZIJDE Low 5c green on buff, HG #18, with address and order form for J Faymonville & Cie, Coke merchants.

$16

$25

BELGIUM | First Day Covers 1954 Tuberculosis set tied to two illustrated FDC’s by Bruxelles 2503 *F A cds 1 12 54. $18 2504 *F A 1955 Tuberculosis set tied to two illustrated FDC’s by special Bruxelles cds 26 XI 1955. $90 $50 $3 $60 $20

BELGIUM | Postal History 2505 *F A 1963 use of 3f mauve, cancelled with ‘POSTESPOSTERIJEN/11-7 63.18/R.P.S. 36’ (B1), on Dekkingsstrijdkrachten Forces De Couverture Commando envelope to Kassel, with straight-line ‘POSTE MILITAIRE BELGE/ERMÄSSIGTE GEBÜHR’ (A1-) in purple. 1990 use of three Wine newsletters from Belgium to Melbourne, 2506 *F A Aust, by air; [1] with 25f Wheelchair Basketball; [2] 1f magenta arms & 25f King Baudouin & [3] 5f Eurasian Nuthatch & 10f Chaffinch pair, all lightly cancelled. BERMUDA 2507 F A B1

1938-52 Pictorials 1d to 1/- excluding 2½d light & deep blue & 3d black & deep blue, SG #110-5, Cat £22, 3d black & rose-red a bit aged. (8)

1861-62 No Wmk Rough Perf 14-16 6d grey-lilac, trimmed BERMUDA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes around edges with blind perfs on most sides, SG #6, Cat £500, 1945 KGVI Clear Space 22½mm Wide 6d black-grey, HG 2508 *** A cancelled with ‘A05’ obliterator of Nassau. $120 #FG1. 2470 F A B1 1863-77 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14 4d dull rose, SG #36, Cat BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA | Postage Dues £40. $40 2509 * A 1916-18 2h to 1k, excluding 50h, SG #D411-22. (11) BAHAMAS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1953-66 QEII 3d carmine on grey-brown, HG #16. 2471 *** A $23 BRAZIL 2510 F A- B1 1920-22 Allegoricals 5000r brown, wmk CASA..., Sc #234, BAHAMAS | Postal History creased TLC. 2472 *F A 1942 use of KGVI 2½d ultramarine (SG 153) cancelled at 1934 National Philatelic Exhibition set of 4, Sc #B1-4, Cat 2511 * ANassau on AUG14/1942, ‘EXAMINED BY/7778’ label attached. $25 $14, 1000r black has some mild toning. 2512 ** A A1 1943 Morinigo Visit 1.20cr grey-blue double print.

$20 $30 $10 $4 $10 $10 $6 $10 $45 $6 $5 $13 $5 $80 $12 $5 $4

$55 $85

$15

$5

$14 $30 $12 $4 $8 $15


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 2550 F B B2

BRAZIL | Postal History 2513 *F A1950 $2 purple & $1 grey, cancelled with poor double-circle of 22DEZ50, on registered cover to London, GB, with circle ‘[crown]/CUSTOMS/AND/EXCISE’ (B1) in purple.

$6

BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA 2514 * A C1 1891-95 B.C.A. on Rhodesia 1d black, SG #1. 2515 * A B1 1901 New Colours 1d dull purple & carmine-rose pair, SG #57d. 2516 * A B1 - set of 3, SG #57d-58, Cat £13.

$8 $5 $13

$20

BRITISH GUIANA | Revenues 2518 F C Revenue: $1 black P10, Barefoot #1, “31/1/72” cancel, damaged.

$2

BRITISH GUIANA | Postmarks 2520 S A A2- Eversham: ‘EVERSHAM/*/21JA/32/B.GUIANA’ (#D4) on 2c brown Centennial. 2521 S A A2 Skeldon: double-circle ‘SKELDON/22DE/02/[B. GUIANA] (#D5) on 2c. [Rated 120 by Proud] 2522 S A B2 Suddie: double-circle ‘SUDDIE/DE19/94/[B. GUIANA]’ (#D5) on 2c.

$6 $5 $10 $5

BRITISH HONDURAS | Postal History 2523 *F A 1916 use of 1c blue-green strip of 3 (SG 101) on cover to USA, cancelled at Belize.

$30

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1901 1d brown-red on buff size B, HG #B1a. 2524 *** A

$30

BULGARIA 2525 * A A1 2526 ** A A1 2527 ** A A1 2528 ** A A1 2529 ** 2530 ** 2531 ** 2532 ** 2533 ** 2534 ** 2535 **

A A1 A- A1 A B1 A B1 A A1 A B1 A A2

2536 ** A B1 2537 ** A B1 2538 ** A A1

1901 Prince Ferdinand 1l red & olive-green (actually blackish green), type II - no serif at top of 1, Mi #59II, Cat €90. 1907 Ascension 5s green, Mi #66, Cat €20. 1911 Ferdinand I & Pictorials 15s yellow-brown, Mi #83. - 15s yellow-brown, block of 4, Mi #83, partially separated perfs, right selvedge folded back & affixed to reverse - 1l dark brown, type I (design 19mm wide), Mi #87I, Cat €18 1912 Fedinand I 25s steel blue, Mi #92, Cat €10, 2 toned perfs. 1920 Ivan Vazov complete set of 6, Mi #145-50. 1921-22 Definitives 3l violet, in top marginal block of 4, Mi #163. - 5l blue, block of 4, Mi #164, Cat €32 1923 Definitives 50c blue, Mi #176. 1924 Surcharges 20s on 5s emerald-green, Mi #180A, Cat €25, perfs complete but rough. 1936 Geographical & Ethnographical Congress set of 3, in blocks of 4, Mi #304-6, Cat €48. 1939 Express complete set of 5 in blocks of 4, Mi #365-9, Cat €30, vertical perfs of 5l are partially separated. 1961 UN 1L brown & yellow with flaw above 1, Mi #1198A.

BURMA | Postmarks 2543 * B B1 Henzada: double-circle ‘HENZADA/14FEB21/+’, cancelling ¼a grey on buff KGV postcard, H&G #19, to Mandalay, cellotape repair to tear at BRC with small piece missing & closed tear. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 26/10/54; closed 1942 2544 * B A2- Paungde: double-circle ‘PAUNGDE/3NOV32/-’, Proud #KD4, cancelling 1a3p purple KGV, to Rangoon, hinge repaired tear at left & torn portion on right side flap. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1887; closed 1942

Rangoon: double-circle ‘RANGOON/15AU94/+’ (C1), cancelling ½a green QV envelope, H&G #4, with ‘JEYPORE CITY/1ST/ DELY/AU21/94’ (A2), reduced. PO 21/5/1853; closed 19/2/1942 - ‘RANGOON/14NO02/5.45.PM’, Proud #D111?, cancelling ½a green on buff QV wrapper, H&G #E1, backstamped with ‘DEVAKOTA/1STDELY/21NO02’ (B1), small tear at BRC. Thegon: double-circle ‘THEGON/8JUN33/+’, cancelling 1a3p mauve x3 & 3p slate x2, on plain cover with Thegon reg label, backstamped with double-circle ‘KOTHAMANGALAM/ 14JUN33/+’ (A1), slightly reduced. [Rated 80 by Proud] PO 18/3/ 1884; closed 1942

CANADA 2549 G A

$40 $20 $7

A- B1

2560 V A C1 2561 * A- C1 2562 W A- C2 2563 F A- B1 2564 F A- B1 2565 * A- D1 2566 *

A- B3

2567 *

A- B1

2568 F A B1 2569 F 2570 * 2571 * 2572 * 2573 * 2574 * 2575 * 2576 *

A A1 A B1 A B1 A A1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1

2577 * 2578 * 2579 *

A B1 A B1 A B1

2580 **/* A B1 2581 F A A1

CANADA | Official Stamps 2582 * A- A1 1949-50 ‘O.H.M.S.’ Overprints set to 5c, SG #O172-6, Cat £18, some mild gum toning.

$80

BURMA | Official Stamps 2542 ** A- B1 1937 ‘SERVICE’ Opt 1r chocolate & green marginal single, SG #O11, Cat £15, minor aging.

BURUNDI 2548 V A A1

$15

2559 *

1852-57 Imperf Handmade Wove Paper 3d scarlet-vermilion Beaver, 4-margins, SG #7, Cat £180.

BULGARIA | Postal Stationery - Wartime 1915 Feldpost 5s grey-black, HG #I1, bearing double-circle 2541 *WC ‘ЦАРСТВО БЪАГАРИР/2A POTA OTЪ 27И П. ЧЕПИНСКИ ПОАКЪ’ (A1-) in purple, otherwise unused, vertical crease, some staining.

2547 * A- B2

$15 $14 $6 $5 $4 $20 $6

A B1 A- B2 A B1 A B1

1968 Flowers 150f Markhamia sheet of 25, Sc #156, Cat $11, with ‘USUMBURRA/26-7-66 9/*[posthorn]*’ (A1) CTO cancellation, vertical crease between 3rd & 4th columns.

BULGARIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1935 Boris 2l violet on greenish-buff, HG #A9, top corners 2540 *** Amissing.

2546 * B A1

$60 $14 $5

2555 F 2556 * 2557 * 2558 F

1868-90 Large Heads Ottawa Printing Thin Transparent Paper ½c black, SG #46, Cat £75, central toned spot & pulled perf at right. - 6c blackish brown, SG #50, Cat £170. 1868-90 Large Heads Ottawa Printing Medium to Stout Wove Paper ½c grey-black, SG #54, Cat £55, light toning. 1868-90 Large Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 5c olive-green, P11½x12, SG #63, Cat £75, light corner creases, quite grubby. 1870-91 Small Heads Ottawa & Montreal Printings Perf 12 10c pale lilac-magenta, SG #87, Cat £50, cancelled with crown in circle (A2), small paper adhesion at TRC, toning to TLC. 1893 Dowager Portrait 20c vermilion, SG #115, Cat £48. 1898-1902 2-Maple Leaves ½c black, SG #150, rounded TLC. - 3c rose-carmine, SG #156, Cat £60. 1899 Surcharges 2c on 3c rose-carmine numerals in corners, SG #172. 1903-12 KEVII 5c blue on bluish, SG #179, Cat £80, 1 toned perf. - 10c brown-lilac, SG #182, Cat £14. - 10c brown-lilac, SG #182, Cat £130, 1 toned perf at top. 1908 Quebec Tercentenary 5c indigo, SG #191, Cat £45, slight toning at top, missing perf at BRC. - 5c indigo, SG #191, Cat £26, very slight toning. - 15c brown-orange, SG #194, Cat £70, TLC creased 1911-12 KGV Perf 12 1c bluish green, top half booklet pane, strip of 3, SG #197, Cat £16.50, 3rd unit partially separated & reinforced with hinge. 1916 War Tax Imperf x Perf 8 2c+1c rose-red, Imperf x P8, SG #234, Cat £12, poorly separated at left 1922-31 KGV New Colours Perf 12 x Imperf 2c deep green, SG #262, Cat £65, light horizontal crease near top. 1927 60th Anniv of Confederation - Commemorative Issue set of 5, SG #266-70, Cat £14. 1930-31 Pictorials Perf 11 50c blue, SG #302, Cat £17. 1932-33 KGV Perf 11 13c bright violet, SG #325, Cat £55. 1934 Jacques Cartier 3c blue, SG #332. 1935 Jubilee set of 6, SG #335-40, Cat £18. 1937-38 Air 6c blue, SG #371, Cat £13. 1942-48 War Effort Perf 12 set of 6, SG #375-81. - 50c violet, SG #387, Cat £26, no gum at TRC. 1942-48 War Effort Imperf x Perf 8 set of 5, SG #389-93, Cat £21, 2c has a large shallow thin. - 2c brown, strip of 3, SG #390. - 3c purple, SG #392. 1949-51 KGVI Imperf x Perf 9½ 2c sepia, pair, SG #420, Cat £15. - 2c sepia, strip of 3, 2**/1*, SG #420, Cat £22.50. 1990 World War II set of 4, SG #1409-12.

CANADA | Special Delivery 2583 * A A1 1930 Words of Value At Base 20c brown-red, SG #S6, Cat £42. $15 2584 * B A1 1939 Surcharge 10c on 20c scarlet vertical pair, SG #S11, Cat £20, mild gum thins. 2585 * A B1 1942-43 War Effort set of 3, SG #S12-4, Cat £18, 10c has small tone spot on gum, 17c has a toned perf. $14 CANADA | Postal History 2586 *F A1861 envelope, cancelled with ‘MINDEN/U.C.’ (A1-), bearing straight-line ‘PAID “5 cents”‘ (A1), backstamped with ‘BOBCAYGEON/MY21/61/U.C’ (C1), ‘OMEMEE/MY22/ 1861/U.C’ (B1) in red & ‘QUEBEC/MY25/61/L.C’ (B1-), small $15 torn section on back. 2587 *F A 1865 envelope, cancelled with unframed ‘SPARTA/JU2/ 1865/C.W’ (A1) in red, bearing straight-line ‘REGISTERED’ (A1) in red & ‘PAID “5”‘ (A1) in red, backstamped with unframed $16 ‘WINDSOR/JU3/1865/C.W’ (A1-), ‘G. W. R./EAST/JU3/65’ (A1-, TPO), unframed ‘LONDON/JU3/1865/B/U.C.’ (A1) transits & poor Sandwich arrival. 1867 use of 5c Beaver x2, pen cancelled on cover with unframed 2588 *F B ‘FINGATE/JA31/1867/C.W’ (B1), to Chicago, USA, $8 backstamped with ‘LONDON/AM/FE1/67/C.W’ (B1-), ‘ST THOMAS/FEB1/1867/U.C’ (B1) & ‘CHICAGO/FEB/2/PM/??’ (B1) arrival, somewhat grotty, trimmed at left. 2589 *F A 1869 cover, cancelled with light ‘ACTON/??11/69/ONT.’ (C1) in $12 blue, bearing straight-line ‘PAID 3’ (B1) in blue & light ‘TORONTO/??/69/ONT.’ (B1-) arrival. 2590 *F A 1905 PPC from International Exhibition Toronto used to Australia $5 with 2d KEVII tied by very fine Toronto Exposition double ring cancel AUG 19 1905, nice item. 1940 use of 3c x10, cancelled with ‘PETERBOROUGH/17/ 2591 *F C $5 SP2/40/ONT’ (B1), on air cover to England, endorsed “North Atlantic”, ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1585’ label at left, a bit tatty. 2592 *F A 1953 maximum card with 4c American Bighorn (SG 449) tied to Bighorn PPC by pen enhanced Sheep Creek B.C. cancel Oc 14 $20 53, nice card. 1958 maximum card with $1 Indian House and Totem Pole (SG 2593 *F A 446) tied to Thunderbird Park PPC by Ontario double circle cancel 27 IX 1958, nice card. $6

BULGARIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1902 Thin Stock 5s green on greenish, HG #24, uprated with 5s 2539 *F B sepia & green, to Brussells, Belgium, small tear at BRC.

2545 * B C1

2553 F B D1 2554 F B B1

BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) | Postal History 1947 use of 1d & 3d, cancelled with ‘A.F.P.O. 28/ 2517 *F A22JY47/R.A.A.F-JAPAN’ (B1 - Bofu) on attractive printed cover for 481(M) Squadron.

BRITISH GUIANA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 2519 *** A 1955 1c black on deep buff, HG #E8.

2551 F A B1 2552 F B C1

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$80

$80

$55 $25 $75

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CANADA | Flight Covers 2594 *F A 1929 Moncton - St. John 5c brown air, cancelled with ‘MONCTON/7AM/JUL1/1929/N.B. MONCTON/FIRST MARITIME/AIR PAGEANT/JULY 1ST AND 2ND 1929’ (A1), with Pictorial cachet, backstamped with ‘SAINT JOHN·N.B./10/ JUL1/29/°CANADA°’ (B1). 1931 Victoria - Vancouver with blue cachet, stamp has been 2595 *F B removed and blue straight-line ‘DUE/2C/T/S’ handstamp on face. [This cover appears to have been originally sent from Vancouver to Victoria, where the stamp was removed and the postage due handstamp applied. The cover has been endorsed by the Victoria Postmaster.] CANADA | Military Postmarks 2596 * A A1 Field Post Office double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/*/ JA12/42/320’ (Borden, Hants), on GB 2½d blue KGVI on cover to Stockport, GB. 2597 * A A1- - double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/*/JY30/43/483’ (U.K.), on GB 2½d blue KGVI on Canadian YMCA cover to Cheshire, backstamped with straight-line ‘13FD. REGT. R.C.A./<- OUT GOING MAIL ->’ (A1) in purple, stamp affixed to separate piece which is glued to cover. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 1861 Woodblocks Panelli? forgeries of 1d & 4d. (2) 2598 F A/B 1863-64 DLR Triangles 1d deep carmine-red 2-margins 2599 G B touching, SG #18, Cat £225, scissor cut in right corner. 2600 G B - 4d deep blue 3-margins (all touching or close), SG #19, Cat £50, small corner crease and back partly stained. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 2601 S B A2 1329: on 1893 ½d green x2. CENTRAL AFRICAN REPUBLIC 2602 ** A A1 1968 Human Rights 200f BRC pair, Sc #C52. CEYLON 2603 F A A2 1872-80 New Currency Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14x12½ 8d orange-yellow, SG #135, Cat £48. CHAD 2604 F A A1 2605 ** A A1 CHINA 2606 W A A1 2607 F A A1 2608 F A A1

1979 WWF Protected Animals set of 6, Sc #367-72, CTO. 1979 Lake Placid Winter Olympics 500f Downhill BLC block of 6, Sc #386. 1951 Money Order Stamp Opts set of 7, SG #1513-8, Cat £10. 1952 Gymnastics By Radio $400 scarlet (14-17) reprint block of 4, SG #1543, TLC unit 14 has coloured flaw on chest. - $400 green (26-29) block of 4, SG #1546, Cat £12.

CHRISTMAS ISLAND 2609 ** A A1 1994 Orchids se-tenant strip of 10 including gutter colour control, SG #392-6, Cat £10. COCOS ISLANDS 2610 * A B1 1963 Pictorials set of 6 & 1965 Anzac, SG #1-7, Cat £35. 2611 * A B1 - 2/- Dukong (sail boat), SG #5. 2612 ** A A1 1988 Stamps set of 6, SG #185-90, Cat £10. CONGO (former French Congo) 2613 F A- A1 1967 BAC ONE ELEVEN Opt 9.60k on 7f, double opt with one inverted, Sc #606, short closed tear at left. 2614 ** A A1 1978 WWF 150f Chimpanze, block of 6, Sc #456, Cat $30. 2615 V A A1 1978 7 Wonders of the Ancient World set of 8, Sc #460-7, CTO. 2616 ** A A1 1980 Moscow Games 150f block of 6, Sc #C272. 2617 ** A 1996 Aquatic Flowers 90F & 205F. COSTA RICA | Postal History 2618 *F A1920s use of 1924 2c Ridrigo Arias Maldondo, cancelled with violet double-boxed ‘CORREOS DE COSTA RICA/HOMENAJE AL AVIADOR/MEXICANO-CORONEL/ROBERTO FIERRO’ (B1). CYPRUS 2619 F A B1 2620 F A B1 2621 * 2622 *

A A1 A A1

1904-10 KEVII Wmk Multi Crown/CA short set to 2pi, SG #605. (6) 1921-23 KGV Wmk Mult Script CA 1½pi yellow & black, SG #91. 1938-51 KGVI Pictorials ¾pi black & violet, SG #153, Cat £15. 1948 Silver Wedding set SG 166-7. (2)

CYPRUS | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 2623 *** A 1881 2p blue on white size F with straight edges, HG #C4. 1986 (?) ‘Registration fee paid’ size G, unused. 2624 *** A+ CYPRUS | First Day Covers 1968 Mexico Olympics set of 3, on official first day cover, 2625 *V B addressed to St Ives NSW, cancelled with Cyprus Olympic Rings, flap partially torn. CYPRUS | Postal History 2626 *F A 1948 USA Swedish Pioneers FDC to Lefkonika, then re-directed to Kyrenia, Arabic handstamp on face. CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1918-19 Hradcany [1] 5h green proof block of 4 with 10h rose2627 */V A carmine block of 4 printed on reverse; [2] 10h olive-bistre block of 4 overprinted with 10 rose-carmine block of 4; [3] 5h & 10h imperf singles both mint & very fine used. (6) CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal History 2628 *F A 1947 cover to Austria with Censor tape & ‘MILITARY CENSORSHIP/3187/CIVIL MAILS’ handstamp, ‘E’-in-star & mss “Esperanto”.

CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Military - World War I Period 1919 use of stampless Patriotic postcard (Czech legionaires on 2629 *F B mountain with lightening), cancelled with triple-circle ‘POLNI POSTA/CESKO-/SLOVENSKE/VOJSKO/NA RUSI/3 [POSTE/ MILITAIR]E 3’, to Kansk Jenisejskij. $100 - use of Dopiscnice card from Ilanskaja Station, cancelled with $20 2630 *V B violet double-circle ‘11.STRELECKY PLUK/5/ ROTA/11.STRELECKY PLUK’ (A1). From a soldier in the 5th Coy 11th Shooting Regt to a soldier in the 6th Coy 1st Shooting Regt, couple of creases. [The Czech Legion served in Siberia] $75 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postmarks $25 2631 * B A2 Mahrisch-Schonberg: double-circle ‘MAHR.S[CHON]BERG/13.I.19 ?/?’ on 10h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. $8 DAHOMEY $10 2632 F A A1 1963 African & Malgache Union 250f BLC block of 6, Sc #C18, CTO. $4 DENMARK | Postal History 2633 *F A1916 use of 10ø red Christian X cancelled with ‘KJØBENHAVN/8.4.16 6-78/B 1’ (B1) machine, on postcard to $20 Kleinschmalkalden, filing holes. $8 *F A - use of 10ø red Christian X cancelled with machine of 4.2.20, on $10 2634 postcard to Kleinschmalkalden $5 $30 EAST AFRICA & UGANDA 2635 ** A A1 1921-22 Wmk Script Crown/CA 15c bright blue TRC block of 4, SG #70, Cat £30, one unit with base of left 5 damaged, hinged $16 in margin only. $30 $10 EGYPT 1923-34 King Fuad set of 12, SG #111-22, Cat £20. 2636 F A $18 $18 $3 2637 F A B1 1926 King’s Birthday 50p, SG #134, Cat £20. 2638 F A 1927-37 King Fuad set of 25, 500m with litho frame, SG #14872, Cat £34. $35 EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $40 2639 *** A1888 New Currency 5m carmine, HG #3. $5 EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Envelopes $3 2640 *** A 1889 Pyramid & Sphinx 1p ultramarine, 120x90mm, HG #B2a. $5 *** A - 2m green, HG #B5. $5 $12 2641 EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 2642 *** B 1889 Sphinx & Pyramid 1m brown, HG #E1, crease towards $6 base, some edge wear. $3 $8 EGYPT | First Day Covers 1958 International Cotton Fair 10m on unaddressed illustrated $6 2643 *F A cover. $4 FALKLAND ISLANDS $6 2644 * A A1 1904-12 KEVII 1d vermilion thick paper SG 44c. $16 2645 * A B1 1955-57 Pictorials SG 187-192, Cat £30. (6) $15 $25 FALKLAND ISLANDS | Military - World War II Period 1942 OAS Robinson cover (with contents) cancelled with red $3 2646 *F Amachine ‘LONDON/GT BRITAIN - OFFIC[IAL]/PAI[D]’ (A2), from $8 Private in 11th West Yorks Regt on transport ship to Falklands (return address is APO 1775), light violet ‘[PASSE]D BY CE[NSOR]/NO./3023’ (B2-) on face. $180 $40 $20 FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES to 1956 2647 ** A B1 1948 Thin Maps 2½d SG 11a. $6 $3 FIJI $3 2648 * A C1 1891-1902 New Design Perf 11x10 2d green block of 4, SG $3 #83, Cat £60. $55 2649 * A A1 1906-12 KEVII Wmk Multi Crown/CA New Colours 2½d bright blue, SG #120. $5 1935 Silver Jubilee set SG 242-5. (4) 2650 V A $20 2651 F A 1954-59 QEII Definitives set SG 280-95. (15) $60 - 1d turquoise blue SG 281 corner block of 4 with sheet number. $10 $25 2652 ** A 2653 ** A - 1½d sepia SG 282 corner block of 4 with sheet number. $6 - 2d green and magenta SG 283 corner block of 4 with sheet 2654 ** A number. $7 $5 2655 ** A - 2½d blue violet SG 284 corner block of 4 with sheet number. $15 - 3d brown and reddish violet SG 285 corner block of 4 with 2656 ** A $4 sheet number. $15 $14 2657 ** A - 6d black SG 287 corner block of 4 with sheet number. $15 $45 2658 ** A - 8d deep carmine red SG 288 corner block of 4 with sheet number. $15 - 1/- black and yellow SG 289 corner block of 4 with sheet $30 2659 ** A number. $10 $15 - 2/- black and carmine SG 291 corner block of 4 with sheet 2660 ** A number. $30 2661 ** A A1 1970 Explorers set of 4, in BRC pairs with DLR imprint, SG #424-7. $4 $5 2662 * A A1 1971-72 Birds & Flowers set of 16, SG #435-450, Cat £38, mostly marginal singles $25 2663 ** A B1 1976 Sugar Trains set in blocks of 4, SG #526-9. $10 $8 2664 ** A A1 1983 Parrots set in plate number blocks of 4, SG #651-4, Cat £24+. $25 FIJI | First Day Covers 2665 *F A 1953 Royal Visit 8d tied to illustrated FDC by Suva CDS 16 DE 53. $16 $20 2666 *V A 1950 New Values 1/6d ultramarine pair on neat addressed illustrated cover. $10 FIJI | Postal History 1951 OHMS long stampless envelope with faint Education 2667 *F A$15 Department Frank at lower left cancelled Suva 7 MR 51. $50


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 FIJI | Flight Covers 2668 *F A 1941 Fiji - Canton Island Fiji adhesives tied to cover by Suva cds’s 14 NOV41 with cachet in violet and Canton Island backstamp. FIJI | Postmarks 2669 S A C1

Davutu: light straight-line ‘DAVUT[U]’ on 2d grey KGV. PO 1/3/

1915; closed 20/10/1938.

2670 S A A2

Labasa: ‘[P.O. L]ABASA/15/OCT/10/[FI]JI’ on 1d red KEVII. PO

2671 D A A2-

Loma Loma (2): ‘P.O. LO[MA] LOMA/13/NOV/1916/FIJI’, Proud #D4, on 1d red KGV pair. PO 1/11/1909. - ‘LOMA LOMA/10MAR45/FIJI’, Proud #D6, on 2½d KGVI map, some mild toning. Nadroga: straight-line ‘NADROG[A]’ on KEVII 1d violet & black on red paper, lightly overstruck with ‘[G.P.O.] S[UVA]/7/SEP/06’. [Rated 125 by Proud] PO c.1890; renamed Sigatoka PO c.-/6/1968. - straight-line ‘NADROGA’ on 1d red KEVII. [Rated 125 by Proud] - ‘P.O.NADRO[GA]/6/JUL/1914/FIJ[I]’, on 1d red KGV. Nanukuloa (2): ‘NANUKULOA/7OC58.11/FIJI’, Proud #D6.

2672 D A- C1 2673 S A A2 2674 S A A2 2675 S A A22676 D A B1 2677 * A B1

3/6/1892.

Renamed from Naiserelagi PO 17/7/1934.

Nausori: ‘P.O. NAUSORI/8/MAY/1916/FIJI’ (arcs 3½,3½) on 1d red KGV pair. PO c.1890. 2678 D A B1 - ‘NAUSORI.P.O./?/JUL/1906/FIJI’, Proud #D3, on ½d green KEVII. 2679 D A B1 Navua: ‘NAV[UA]/10JUL31/FIJI’, on 1d violet KGV. PO c.1871. 2680 * A- A1- - ‘NAVUA P.O./27MY58/FIJI’, on 2½d blue-violet QEII, on plain cover to Suva, stamp trimmed at top. 2681 S A A2- Nayau (2): ‘NAYAU/13JUN57/[FIJ]I’, on 2½d map. PO 24/1/1952. 2682 * A- A1 Suva: ‘SUVA/21AP/1909/*’ (#D6) on face of PPC from Queensland, redirected back to Brisbane. ‘SUVA/19/APR/09/+’ (#D5) arrival on face. [Rated 200 by Proud] PO c.-/12/1871. 2683 D A B1 - ‘SUVA-FIJI/28SEP47/REGISTERED’ (year in error for 37), on small piece with double-circle ‘PAGO PAGO, SAMOA/SEP/24/ 1937/REGISTERED’ (A1-) in purple. 2684 S A A1- Vuna (1): light straight-line ‘VUNA’ in blue of 1d scarlet KEVII, overstruck with Levuka of 25JA 1910. [Rated 150 by Proud] PO 2685 S A A2 FINLAND 2686 V A D3 FRANCE 2687 F B 2688 *

B C1

2689 *

B C2

2690 *

B D2

c.1890; closed 31/7/1938.

Waiyevo: ‘P.O. W[AI]YEVO/14/NOV/16/FIJI’ on 2d grey KGV. PO 1/8/1910.

1866-74 Serpentine Roulettes 5p purple-brown/pale lilac, Mi #5Cy, Cat €300. 1853-61 Napoleon III ‘EMPIRE FRANC’ 80c carmine on yellowish 4 good margins, Mi #16b, Cat €150, minor thin. 1871-76 Ceres Perf 14x13½ 5c green on bluish, Mi #48b, Cat €170, writing on back of stamp. 1876-81 Peace & Commerce 5c green Type I, Mi #59I, Cat €850, hinge remainder and crease. 1886-99 Peace & Commerce New Colours 50c carmine on rose type II, Mi #81II, Cat €220, creased and pulled corner perf.

FRANCE | Booklets 1957 Red Cross SG #XSB7, Cat £55. 2691 ** A FRANCE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2692 *** A 1890 Peace & Commerce 10c black on buff, no. 611, HG #50. 1902 Rights of Man 10c carmine on buff, value in scroll, no. 2693 *** A305, HG #62, minor marks. FRANCE | Maximum Cards 2694 *F A 1944 Invention of Telegraph 4F Claude Chappe Mi 630 tied to Maxi card by special Paris cancel 1 IX 44. 1954 Famous Frenchmen 15f+5f Bossuet tied to Maxi card by 2695 *F A Dijon cds 10 JUIL 1954. - 30f+10f Vallery tied to Maxi card by Sete cds 10 JUIL 1954. 2696 *F A FRANCE | Postal History 2697 *F A1831 entire to Leipzig, cancelled with blue ‘30/AVRIL/1831’ (C1), straight-line red ‘C·F·3·R’ (B1) also on face rated “6” in blue, part of address obliterated. 1864 use of 20c blue (Mi #21a) cancelled by diamond ‘110’ (A12698 *V A) with double-circle ‘ANNECY/3/NOV./64/(89)’ (A1) & bearing boxed ‘APRÉS/LE/DÉPART’ handstamp on slightly trimmed folded invoice, backstamped with ‘ST JEAN-DE-MAURIENNE/4/ NOV./64/(88)’ cds.(B2-). 1935 use of 50c red sower, cancelled with ‘PARIS XI/1530/19VI/ 2699 *F B 1935/RUE MERCOEUR’, on plain cover to Medea, Algeria, redirected to Military Prison, Algeria, with letter in French, several small closed tears & generalised creasing. 2700 *F A 1939 use of 20f green St. Malo x2 with 1f pink Peace, cancelled with ‘PARIS-VIII/1745/4-7/39/49 R. DELA BOETIE’ (A1-), on registered air cover to Sydney, NSW. - use of 90c blue opted ‘F’, cancelled with ‘STET[IENNE DE 2701 *F B TINÉE]/?/7-8/39/ALPES MMES’ (C3), on cover to SERE in Paris, ‘T’-in-triangle (A1) on face, 60c dark green PDue applied and cancelled at Paris. [Spanish Civil War Refugee] 2702 *V A 1940 use of 5c carmine Mercury x10 and 2f Daudet’s Windmill, cancelled with hexagonal ‘LANBALLE(COTESOUNORD)/17*/19 7/40/C.P.NO9’ (B1) on cover to Red Cross in Geneva. 1943 use of 4f Petain, cancelled with ‘LISLE S/ TARN/1655 25 11/ 2703 *F A 1943/TARN’ (B1), on cover to Red Cross in Geneva, German censor tape with code ‘l’ on back.

2704 *F A $50 $10

2705 *F A

$4 $6

2706 *F A

$4

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1971 use of 3/- Emergency Strike Post opt on Pabay 1/3d Europa 1969 & 50c red Marianne (Mi#1735) on cover with ‘76 LE HAVRE P PAL/16H45/11-2/1971/SEINE-MARITIME’ cancel and boxed ‘NUIT DE/LA DOUANE/LEHAVRE-6MARS1971’, ‘BY EMERGENCY STRIKE POST/INTERNATIONAL MAIL’, ‘SOUTHAMPTON’ & ‘10FEB1971’ handstamps on unopened cover with neat typed address. - use of 1f art - Savoy & 80c UN, cancelled with ‘PARIS 13/ 19M30/16-2/1971/Av. D’ITALIE (13E)’, on large La Monde cover to Northbridge, NSW, by airmail. 2004 50c Bordeaux Gironde & 20c orange liberty pair, cancelled with ‘69·REGNIE·DURETTE/11H/29-5/2004/RHONE’ (A1), on cover to Ballarat North, Vic, 2 light folds.

FRANCE | Military - World War II Period 2707 *F A1945 use of 4f blue, cancelled with ‘ROUEN ARMAND CARREL/29-3/45/SEINE IN FRE’, on plain cover to the Red $10 Cross in Geneva, Switzerland, with boxed ‘CONTROLÉ’ tape at left & convex ‘OUVERT/LYZ/PAR LES AUTORITÉS DE $10 CONTROLE’ (A1-), small closed tear at top. $5 FRANCE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $6 2708 S A B1 6: in star (#P3) of Palais Du Luxembourg on 1871 5c Ceres. 2709 S A A2 24: in star of Rue De Clery on 1863 40c Laureate. $5 2710 S B A2 37: in star of Boulevarde Malesherbes on 1863 40c Laureate. 2711 S A B1 E: in star (#PL with serifs) of Rue De Seze on 1862 20c blue. $8 2712 D A- A2 IB: of Irun-Bordeaux TPO on 1862 20c blue. $5 FRANCE | General Colonies Issues 1878-80 New Colours: 15c pale blue 4-margins, Mi #40, Cat $10 2713 F A €11. $5 FRANCE | General Colonies Issues | Postage Dues 2714 W B 1872-77: Imperf 5f brown, Mi #14, Cat €80, minor toning. $50 2715 * B 1893 New Colours: 5c light blue BLC irregular block of 6 with marginal marking ‘Q 15012 1’, Mi #15, lightly toned all over. 2716 F A - 5c light blue, gutter pair with sheet number ‘7’, Mi #15. $6 2717 F A- 5c light blue, left marginal block of 4, Mi #15, light toning. - 1f red, block of 4, Mi #21, Cat €12. 2718 F A 2719 F A1906 New Value: 20c dark olive-green, gutter pair with sheet $30 number ‘6’, Mi #22, light toning. $5 FRENCH SOMALI COAST 1902-03 Pictorials - Coloured Centres 1c to 5c, SG #121-4, 2720 * A/Ahinge remainders. (4) 2721 F A B1 - 75c mauve & orange camel, SG #133. $65 GAMBIA 2722 F A A1 1880-81 Cameo Wmk Crown/CC Upright 3d pale dull ultramarine with Wmk Inverted comb P14, SG #14cBw, Cat £48, $40 with damaged frame above M, cancelled with ‘GAM[BIA]/B/ AP[?]/89/PAI[D]’ (A2). $35 GAMBIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1953-54 3d+2½d dark blue on cream size G, HG #C6a. $140 2723 *** A $14 $55

$10 $5 $3

$60 $8 $4 $4 $8 $8 $6 $12 $5 $4 $4 $10 $4 $6 $8

$30 $25

GERMAN STATES | Baden 2724 F A 2725 F A 2726 F A

1851-58 Numeral in Circle 6k black on yellow-green, Mi #3b, Cat €60, 1 full margin, 3 close. 1853 New Colours 3k black on green, Mi #6, 3-margin. - 6k black on yellow, Mi #7, Cat €28, 2½-margins.

$6 GERMAN STATES | Baden | Postage Dues $5 2727 * A B1 1862 12Kr black on yellow thin paper Mi 3 Cat 45.

GERMAN STATES | Bavaria 2728 F A 1849 Numeral in Circle 3k blue, plate I, Mi #2I, Cat €70, 4$20 margins. 1850 Numeral in Circle 1k rose-carmine, Mi #3, Cat €25, 42729 F A $30 margins. $30 2730 * A- B1 1888-1900 Arms Wmk Close Horizontal Wavy Lines 3pf yellow-green, yellowish paper, Mi #54B, Cat €13, some slight toning. GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Official Stamps $20 2731 F A B1 1920 Lion 20pf violet, Mi #47. GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 2732 S B A2 356: open mill-wheel of Unterbruck, on 1850 6k red-brown.

$50 GERMAN STATES | Prussia 2733 F B 1857 Wilhelm IV - Imperf, No Wmk 2s cobalt, Mi #7a, Cat €100, 4 close margins, crease & tiny closed tear at base. 1858-60 Wilhelm IV Quadrille Background 3sgr yellow$70 2734 F A orange, Mi #12a, Cat €18, cancelled with double-circle ‘MAGDEBURG/11/12/[?]’ (A2), on small piece. $45 GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 2735 *F A-

$20 $4 $12 $20

$40 $10 $5 $5 $5

$45 $12

1851 Embossed Wilhelm IV 1gr red Die I on buff with silk thread, HG #B1b, cancelled with boxed ‘ELBERFELD/4/12 * 121’ (C1).

$40

GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Postal History 1860 use of stampless entire to Berlin, cancelled with boxed $6 2736 *F A‘MAGDEBURG/.6:3*?’, (A1), rated “2” in blue.

$10

$80

GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $50 2737 S A A2+ 252: 4-rings, of Coblenz, on 2-margins 1sgr rose. 2738 S A A2 953: 4-rings, of Minden, on 3½-margins 1sgr rose.

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GERMAN STATES | Thurn & Taxis 2739 F A 1852-58 Numeral in Square 1gr black on blue, 3-margins, Mi #4, Cat €120, cancelled with 4-circle ‘29’ of Hanau. GERMAN STATES | Wurttemberg 2740 * A- B1 1916 Wilhelm II Jubilee Arms short set of 6 to 25pf, Mi #123-8, Cat €12, 20pf has shallow hinge thin. GERMAN STATES | Wurttemberg | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 1895 10p red on buff, HG #DB7, uprated with 1875 10p red (Mi 2741 *F A #102) cancelled by ‘SAULGAU/2/DEZ./99/*8-10N*’ cds & bearing ‘KÖN.WURTT.GERICHTSNOTARIAT/[arms]/ *SAULGAU*’ circular handstamp in purple. GERMANY 2742 F A B2 2743 F B B1

2767 *F A$60

1973 use of 40pf Copernicus x2 with 30pf Meteorology, cancelled with ‘ICKING ISARTAL/c/2.4.73-?/802’ on air cover to Pyrmont, NSW, closed tear at top.

GERMAN POST OFFICES IN CHINA 2768 ** A A1 1888 56° Overprint 5pf green, Mi #2II, Cat €13. 2769 * A A1 1888 45° Overprint 10pf red, Mi #3I, Cat €18. $6 2770 F A B1 1901 ‘China’ Overprint 30pf orange & black on salmon, Mi #20, Cat €16, cancelled with ‘FUTSCHA[U]/28/5/02/DEUTSCHE P[OST]’ (A2). 2771 * A B1 - 1m carmine, Mi #24, Cat €34. $7

1872 Small Shield ½g red-orange, Mi #2, Cat €40. $12 1872 Large Values 10g gray faked cds, Mi #12, Cat €1800, some toning. $20 2744 F A C1 1872 Large Shield 2½g brown-orange, Mi #21, Cat €85, minor tone spots. $30 2745 F A C3 - 9k red-brown, Mi #27, Cat €550. $130 2746 F A B2 1934 Airmail 2m dark yellow-green & black, Mi #538, Cat €25, pulled perf. $10 GERMANY | Official Stamps 2747 **/* A B1 1920 Numerals Without ‘21’ in Corners set of 10, excludes 20pf violet-ultramarine, in blocks of 4, Mi #23-33, Cat €60, most are marginal with 2**/2*, only 1 unit of 2m is ** & all units of 10pf are *. $35 GERMANY | Postal History 2748 *F A1939 use of 6pf green x4 & 1pf black, cancelled with doublecircle ‘CRIMMITSCHAU/3.3.39-22/b’ (A1), to Westcliff on Sea, Essex, England, with perforated ‘Zur/Devifenüberwachung/ zollamtlich/geöffnet’ strip (3 complete labels) on reverse cancelled by ‘PLAUEN/4.3.39. 9-10/g/(VOGTLAND)4’ (A1), letter included, 1pf has toned left edge. $20 GERMANY | Military - World War I Period 2749 *** A1918 unused ‘Feldpost-Brief’ envelope with formular addressing on front, couple of tone spots on reverse. $10 GERMANY | Military - World War II Period 2750 *V A1941 use of 20pf x2 cancelled with light ‘FELDPOST/b/22.7.41/’ (from Feldpost 11070H - St. Malo, France), censored in Berlin, to Sandarne, Sweden. [Feldpost mail to overseas destinations is rare] $250 - use of stampless Feldpostbrief, cancelled with 2751 *F A‘FELDPOST/b/—-27.12.41’ (A1) from FPN 27335A. $10 2752 *F A1942 use of POW envelope machine cancelled ‘18 11 42/9-10’ (B1) with circular ‘Stalag V A/11/[wavy lines]/geprüft’ (A1) in purple & straight-line ‘besetztes Gebiet’ (A1) in red addressed to Paris, some toning. $10 2753 *V A1943 use of stampless envelope endorsed “Feldpost”, cancelled with ‘SULZBERG/1III43/b’ (A1), to Feldpost L-13591, tonespot. $20 2754 *F A - use of stampless envelope endorsed “Feldpost”, cancelled with Vienna machine on 15.2.43, to Feldpost 06735B, 5th Battalion Artillery Regt. 44 Inf Div, 6th Army, Army Group Don, with mss “ZR” Zuruck & Returned to sender. [Unit surrounded by Russian forces in Siege of Stalingrad and lost by 12 Jan 1943] $50 2755 *F A - use of stampless POW Lettersheet, to Melbourne, cancelled with dumb cancel of 30.9.43 [?] (B2), boxed ‘94 Stalag V11B/ Geprüft’ (C1), violet diamond ‘3/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/273’ (A1), ‘über Nordamerika’ all on face, red on white ‘3 Opened by Censor’ label on back tied with same 273 censor handstamp. $16 GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet) | Postal History 1947 use of 75pf ultramarine Numeral, cancelled with double2756 *F A circle ‘LANDSBERG ??/14.1.42??/l’ (A1-), on cover to Sydney, Australia, with ‘US CIVIL CENSORSHIP/MUNICH/**’ (A1) machine in red. $12 - use of 24pf chestnut Workers x2, 24pf Stephan, 2pf black 2757 *F A numeral & 2pf black workers, cancelled with double-circle ‘(21) DETMOLD 1/06.7.47-9/k’ (B1), on cover to Parkes, NSW, sealed at left with ‘[crown]/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/3364/P.C.90.’ label, with ‘BRITISH CENSORSHIP/[crown]/1836/GERMANY’ (A1) in purple, letter included. $15 GERMANY - Allied Occupation (American & British) 2758 * A B1 1948 Posthorn Overprints: 24pf brown-orange vertical pair, banded opt, top unit with opt inverted, Mi #60IK, Cat €180. $90 GERMANY - Allied Occupation (Soviet) 2759 * A B1 1945 Saxony Arms Perf 13x12½: 40pf lilac, wmk rising steps, BLC single, Mi #84Y, Cat €12. $8 GERMANY - East | First Day Covers 2760 *V A1969 Peace set of 4 on illustrated FDC, Mi #1478-80, small closed tear at top. $5 GERMANY - West 2761 * A A1 1949 UPU 30pf violet-ultramarine, Mi #116, Cat €28. $20 2762 V A B1 1951 Röntgen 30pf blue, Mi #147, Cat €22. $12 2763 F A A1 1952 Youth Hostels Fund set of 2, Mi #153-4, Cat €52. $35 2764 F A A1 1953 Von Liebig 30pf Mi 166, Cat €30. $10 2765 F A A1 1953 IFRABA set of 2, Mi #171-2, Cat €65. $45 GERMANY - West | Postal History 1969 use of Europa 30pf & 20pf with 50pf slate-blue, cancelled 2766 * A with ‘ICKING/c/16.-6.69-18/8021’ on air cover to Sydney, Australia. $10

GERMAN POST OFFICES IN CHINA | Postmarks 2772 S A A2 Shanghai: ‘SHANGHAI/15/1/04/[DEUTSCHE POST]’ on 1901 20pf. 2773 S A A3 Tschifu: ‘TSCHIFU/3/6/02/[DEUTSCHE POST]’ on 1901 5pf. GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO 2774 ** A A1 1905 Gothic Surcharge on ‘REICHSPOST’ Issues 5c on 5pf, Mi #20, Cat €24. 2775 F A B1 1905 Gothic Surcharge on ‘DEUTSCHES POST’ No Wmk Issues 3c used at Larache, 5c used at Tanger, 10c used at Fes, 25c, 30c used at Rabat & 35c used at Fes, Mi #21-6, Cat €16. (6) 2776 DF A C1 - 1p25 on 1m per 25:16, Mi #30B, Cat €45, on piece cancelled with ‘TANGER/(MAROCCO)/? 6 07/DEUTSCHE POST’ (A2). 2777 * A B1 1905 ‘Marocco’ Opt in Germanic Script No Wmk 3p75c on 3m violet (25x16 holes), Mi #32B, Cat €55. 2778 * A A1 1905 Gothic Surcharge on ‘DEUTSCHES POST’ No Wmk Issues 3p75 on 3m perf 25:16, Mi #32B, Cat €55. 2779 * A A1 1905 Gothic Surcharge on ‘DEUTSCHES POST’ Issues Wmk Lozenges 30c on 25pf, Mi #38, Cat €42. 2780 * A A1 - 1p25 on 1m, Mi #43, Cat €80. 2781 */** A 1911 ‘Marokko’ Surcharge 3c, 30c, 50c, 60c, 1p, 1p25 (**) & 3p75 (#57Bb), Mi #46,50,52-5,57, Cat €25. (7) GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY 2782 F A C1 1884 Surcharges 10pa on 5pf lilac, Mi #1a, Cat €80, Jaschke expertising handstamp. 2783 F A C1 - 20pa on 10pf rose, Mi #2a, Cat €120, Jaschke expertising handstamp. 2784 F A A1 1889 Surcharges on ‘REICHSPOST’ Issues 20pa on 10pf rose (2 distinct shades), Mi #7. 2785 F A- B1 - 1pi on 20pf in 4 distinct shades including, ultramarine, dull blue and light blue, Mi #8, odd minor tonespot. 2786 F A C1 - 1pi on 20pf ultramarine (2 distinct shades), Mi #8. 2787 * A A1 - 1¼pi on 25pf orange-yellow, Mi #9. 2788 F A B1 - 2½pi on 50pf lilac-brown, Mi #10d, Cat €30, Jaschke handstamp. 2789 F A/A1900 Sans-Serif Surcharges 10pa to 2pi plus 4pi, Mi #12I17I,19I, Cat €30, 10pa, 1¼pi & 4pi used at Jerusalem, 1p used at Smyrna, 2pi pulled corner perf. (7) 2790 F A A1 - 5pi on 1m red, Mi #20Ia, Cat €50. 2791 * A A1 1905 No Wmk 1pi on 20pf ultramarine, Mi #26a, Cat €24. 2792 F A 1905-13 Wmk Lozenges 10pa, 1pa, 1½pi, 2pi & 2½ pi, Mi #278,40-42, Cat €40, 1½pi used at Smyrna. (5) 2793 ** A A1 1908 Diagonal Surcharge 25c on 20pf, Mi #50, Cat €22. 2794 * A A1 - 100c on 80pf, Mi #52, Cat €75. GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1903 Germania 20pa (crossbar at top of A) on 10pf Germania, 2795 *F AHG #9, cancelled with ‘CONSTANTINOPEL/3/20 8/03/1-2N/* DEUTSCHE POST. *’ (B1), to Paris. 2796 *F A1907-08 No Borders Opt in Centimes 10c on 10pf+10pf (reply half attached), HG #17, cancelled with ‘CONSTANTINOPEL/3/ 17/10/11/12-1N/* DEUTSCHE POST. *’ (A2), to Vienna, commercial. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Local Stamps 2797 W A A2 Christmas Island: 1918 Type 1 5c (blue sea).

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$40 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postal History 1945 use of ½d pair cancelled with light double-circle ‘POST 2798 *V B OFFICE-FUNAFUTI/2/APR/1945/GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS COLONY’ (A1-) on local cover, boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No.5’ (B1) in TLC, opened roughly at left. $100 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postmarks 2799 S A B2 Abemama: double-circle ‘[GILBERT & ELLI]CE ISLANDS/ [ABE]MAMA ISLAND/MR7/17/[POST] OFFICE/ [PROTECTORA]TE’, on ½d green KGV. PO c.1910. $20 2800 * A- A1 Butaritari: ‘BUTARITARI/30DEC631100AM/GILBERT/&/ ELLICE ISLANDS’ on 3d & 6d QEII Pictorials to Australia, boxed ‘G. & E.I.C./BUTARITARI/R.....’ (A1) handstamp, 3d damaged. PO 1/1/1911. $8 2801 * A A1 Canton Island - USA PO (1): violet double-circle ‘CANTON ISLAND/JAN/8/1948’ (#46) on US 3c Edison on philatelic cover to New Zealand. PO 15/7/1940; closed 23/4/1965. $30 2802 * A A1- Christmas Island - British PO: ‘B.F.P.O./*/26AP/57/ CHRISTMAS ISLAND’ on GB 2½d red on air cover to Honolulu. PO c.1956; closed c.1964. $15 2803 * A A1 Niutao: ‘NIUTAO/26MAR66-900■/GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS’, cancelling 3d cultural on plain cover to Australia. PO $8 c.1918. 2804 * B A1 Ocean Island: ‘GENERAL POST OFFICE/14JA39/·OCEAN ISLAND·’ on long registered KGVI Pictorial FDC with values up to 3d, bears boxed ‘OCEAN ISLAND/G. & E.I.C./R’ in purple, strong vertical crease PO 1/1/1911; renamed Banaba PO c.1979. $7 GOLD COAST 2805 * A A1 1907-13 Multi Crown/CA Wmk ½d dull green, SG #59. $5 2806 * A B1 - 3d purple on yellow, SG #63. $7


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 2807 * A B1 2808 F A A1

1935 Silver Jubilee 6d green & indigo, SG #115, Cat £18. 1937 Coronation set of 3, SG #117-9.

GOLD COAST | Postal History 1949 use of 6d aerogramme cut-outs x2 on air letter to USA. 2809 *F AGOLD COAST | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 2810 S A A1 B27: of Keta on 1884 1d. GREAT BRITAIN 2811 F A A2

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1892 Embossed QV 2½d light grey-blue, 139x77mm, HG #B11, Huggins & Baker #EP34, some light creasing. 1920-21 New Values 2d orange, HG #B23, Huggins & Baker #EP62, to Maldon, Victoria.

GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Wartime 1941 KGVI P.O.W. Lettersheet 2½d blue on white with flap at 2865 *** A$6 bottom of back, HG #IFG1, Huggins & Baker #APF1, Cat £25, small toned spot left of stamp impression. 2866 *** A 1945 Forces Letter 1½d brown on buff, Senders name line 4345mm, dotted lines, Huggins & Baker #IFG4 $4 GREAT BRITAIN | First Day Covers $15 2867 *V A1951 Festival of Britain 4d ultramarine, SG #514, on $15 unaddressed cover, cancelled with ‘STORE STREET B.O.W.C.1/*/3MY/51’ (A1).

1858-79 Letters in Corners 1d lake-red [APPA] plate 187, SG #44, cancelled with ‘498’ Manchester duplex. 2812 F A D1 1858-79 Line-Engraved 2d blue thin lines plate 15 [IHHI], SG #46, Cat £30, cancelled with ‘355 Henley on Thames duplex. 2813 F A B1 - 2d deep blue thin lines plate 14 [CSSC], SG #47, Cat £30. 2814 F B 1847-54 Embossed 6d purple Die I, single blue silk thread cutsquare but into base, greenish patches on back (from green GREAT BRITAIN | Commemorative Covers gum?), SG Specialist H3j, Cat £2000, cancelled with diamond 1960 London International Stamp Exhibition illustrated cover numeral ‘13’ (A1). $250 2868 *V A with 3d GLO tied by Exhibition cancel 9 JLY 1960. 2815 F A1855-57 No Corner Letters 6d deep lilac, SG #69, Cat £190, on 2869 *V A 1963 Stampex illustrated cover with 2½d NPY tied by cover from Dublin to Rev Macartney, Melbourne & then reSTAMPEX commemorative cancel March 15 1963. directed to Wangaratta, letter enclosed. $120 2816 F A B1 1873-80 Coloured Letters 3d rose plate 18 wmk Spray GREAT BRITAIN | Postal History [HOOH], SG #143, Cat £45, wing margin. $20 2870 *F A1820 outer with “8” and straight-line ‘ANDOVER/?’ (B3) on face 2817 G A A1 1883-84 Lilacs & Greens 3d lilac, SG #191, Cat £90. $33 to Alresford. - 3d lilac pair [LS-SL,LT-TL], SG #191, Cat £150, cancelled with 2818 F B 2871 *F A1826 entire with “4” on face to Warwickshire, red unframed ‘NAAS/B/JA28/86 - 346’ (B2 - Ireland) on cover to Tumut, NSW, ‘BIRMINGH[AM]/DE8/1826/[milage]’ (B2) on back. minor faults. $100 2872 * A1850 use of 1d red-brown, cancelled with ‘983’ tied by unframed 2819 F A A1 - 6d dull green [GFFG], SG #194, Cat £200, good colour. $80 ‘SOHAM/SP23/1850/A’ (A2) backstamp, plus 2nd cover with 2820 F C B1 1887-92 Jubilee 1/- green, SG #211, Cat £60, thin at top right. $14 London ‘79’ on 1d red-brown tied by straight-line ‘East Halia Rd’ 2821 G A A1 1902-10 KEVII 5/- deep bright carmine, SG #264, Cat £200, with (B2-) in blue. Both addressed to Mr R. Kelly, Limehouse. (2) London Chief Office cancel. $60 2873 *F A1935 use of 1/- bistre-brown & 3d violet, cancelled with double2822 F A C1 1918-19 Sea Horses Bradbury, Wilkinson Printing 5/- rosecircle ‘NEWCASTLE·ON·TYNE/630PM/13SP/35/22’ (A1), on red, SG #416, Cat £90, light cds. $30 plain cover by airmail to Newcastle, NSW, backstamped with 2823 * A 1937-47 KGVI Definitives 1d, 1½d & 2½d all with Wmk ‘MELBOURNE/15/1145A28SE35/VIC.’ indicating incorrect Sideways, SG #463a,4a,6a, Cat £91. $30 sorting at Darwin on arrival, some edge wear at right. 2824 F A B1 1951 Festival High Values 2/6d to £1 SG 509-12, Cat £25. (4) $10 2874 *F A- use of 1½d brown x10, cancelled with ‘LONDON F.S./1145AM/ 2825 F A B1 1955-58 QEII Waterlow Castles 2/6d to £1 SG 536-39, Cat 13NO/35/PAQUEBOT’ (A1) on Cunard cover to Australia. £55+. (4) $30 2875 *F A 1942 use of 5½d brown KGVI registration envelope uprated with 2826 V A A1 1959 Phosphor & Graphite-Lined 4d ultramarine, SG #608, 2/6d green, 10d blue & 2½d blue KGVI, cancelled with poor Cat £16. $10 London of 26NOV42, to Los Angeles, with Board of Trade wax 2827 ** A A1 1961 POSB Centenary 3d Thrissell machine, SG #624B, in seal & boxed ‘AUTHORISED FOR EXPORT/[signature]/An BRC marginal block of 4 with orange-brown cylinder # 3B in Assistant Secretary of/the Board of Trade/”26.11.42”‘ (A1) in selvedge. $3 blue, also bears blue ‘LONDON, F.S.’ registration label, light 2828 F A A1 1981 Folklore set of 4, SG #1143-6. $3 straight-line ‘Non Letter Postage/COLLECT 10 CENTS/Customs 2829 F A A1 1981 Year of the Disabled set of 4, SG #1147-50. $3 clearance./Postage-due stamps to/be affixed & cancelled’ (A2-) 2830 F A A1 1981 Scotland National Trust set of 5, SG #1155-9. $3 in purple, customs label on reverse. 2831 ** A A1 1981 Fishing Industry set of 4, SG #1166-9. $3 2876 *F A 1945 Western Union Cablegram and ‘Telephone Confirmation’ 2832 F A A1 1981 Christmas set of 5, SG #1170-4. $3 envelope from USA to Northwood, violet octagonal ‘PASSED BY 2833 F A A1 1982 Youth Organizations set of 4, SG #1179-82. $3 CENSOR/[crown]/No/T41’ (A2) on telegram. 2834 ** A A1 1982 British Theatre set of 4, SG #1183-6. $3 2877 *F A 1947 use of 2½d blue KGVI, cancelled with ‘ALNWICK/ 2835 F A A1 1982 Cars set of 4, SG #1198-1201. $3 NORTHUMBERLAND/745PM/3JAN47’ (A1) machine, on plain 2836 F A A1 1983 River Fish set of 4, SG #1207-10. $3 cover to 2nd Pol MOT BN, Watton, Yorkshire, letter included in 2837 F A A1 1983 Geographical Regions set of 4, SG #1211-4. $3 Polish from Leifield Camp 689, Wooler, Northumbria. 2838 F A A1 1983 Army Uniforms set of 5, SG #1218-22. $3 2878 *F A 1949 use of OHMS Official Paid ‘Chief Inspector of Taxes, 2839 F A A1 1983 Fairs set of 4, SG #1227-30. $3 D.C.B. (Cardiff)’ envelope uprated with 1/- brown KGVI, 2840 F A A1 1984 Heraldry set of 4, SG #1236-9. $3 cancelled with ‘CARDIFF/730PM/12DEC/1949 - POST EARLY/ 2841 F A A1 1984 Cattle set of 4, SG #1240-44. for Christmas’ (A1-), by airmail to Kowloon, Hong Kong. $3 2879 *F A 1956 use of OHMS cover, cancelled with ‘LONDON/315PM/ 2842 ** A A1 1984 Urban Renewal set of 4, SG #1245-8. $3 10JLY/1956/GT. BRITAIN. B. - OFFICIAL PAID’ (A1) machine in 2843 F A A1 1984 Europa set of 4, in se-tenant pairs, SG #1249-52. $3 red, handstamped at TRC with ‘LONDON POSTAL/[crown]/ 2844 F A A1 1984 First Mail Coach set of 4, SG #1258-62. $3 CUSTOMS/AND/EXCISE/No.56’ (A1) in purple, also bearing 2845 F A A1 1984 British Council set of 4, SG #1263-6. $3 triple-oval ‘OFFICER, CUSTOMS & EXCISE/1. & F.P.P./ 2846 F A A1 1985 Famous Trains set of 5, SG #1272-6. $5 10JUL1956/ROYAL AGRICULTURAL HALL, N.1’ (B1). 2847 F A A1 1985 Europa set of 5, SG #1282-5. $3 2880 *F A1968 use of 1/6d blue machin, cancelled with ‘TOTTENHAM/ 2848 F A A1 1985 Royal Mail set of 4, SG #1290-3. $3 4PM/26NOV/1968/N.17’ (A1-) machine, on airmail cover to 2849 F A A1 1985 British Film set of 5, SG #1298-1302. $4 Chicago, Illinois, sealed at left with customs label & bearing 2850 F A A1 1985 Christmas set of 5, SG #1303-7. $4 ‘LONDON POSTAL/[crown]/221/CUSTOMS’ (A1) in red, slightly 2851 F A A1 1986 Halley’s Comet set of 4, SG #1312-5. $3 reduced at base, with short closed tear. 2852 F A A1 1986 Nature Conservation set of 4, SG #1320-3. $3 2881 *V A 1993 use of 39p violet machin, cancelled with ‘SUSSEX COAST/ 2853 F A A1 1986 Commonwealth Games set of 5, SG #1328-32. $3 13FEB1993/3.30PM/-*-’, on plain air cover to Bangkok, Thailand. GREAT BRITAIN | Booklets 2854 ** B 50p Follies 1981-82, Mow Cop Castle Type A x12, Type B x4, GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War I Period SG #FB18A,B, Cat £70, minor staining to booklet covers not 2882 * C 1916 use of stampless YMCA cover, cancelled with ‘PERHAM effecting panes. $30 DOWN CAMP, 6.15.PM/16JY16/ANDOVER’ (A1-), to Milltown, Vic, quite tattered. GREAT BRITAIN | Official Stamps 1917 OAS cover to London cancelled with ‘ARMY POST 2855 F A D1 1882-1901 I.R. OFFICIAL ½d slate-blue, SG #O5, Cat £22. $8 2883 *F B T OFFICE/A/4FE/17/R.60.’ (A2, Sarigol Station, Greece), 2856 G A B1 1887-90 GOV PARCELS 9d dull purple & blue, SG #O67, Cat triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/NO 4229’ on face, opened £50. $10 roughly. GREAT BRITAIN | Postage Dues 2884 *F A 1918 use of Field Service Postcard (115mm x 85mm) cancelled 2857 ** A A1 1955-57 Wmk St Edward’s Crown 5d brown-ochre marginal by double-circle ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/?/16MY/18/S47’ (Agnes single, SG #D52, Cat £38. $25 des Doisans, France), addressed to Shropshire. GREAT BRITAIN | Local Stamps GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War II Period 1971 Postal Strike 75p - 50p Emergency Air Mail Service 2858 * A 2885 *V A 1941 use of stampless OHMS cover with violet ‘CERTIFIED London - Melbourne imperf minisheet. $8 OFFICIAL/.../.../...’ (A2) in TRC, cancelled with ‘EGYPT/48/ 12NO41/POSTAGE/PREPAID’ (A2), to Alexandria. GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2859 *** A 1875 Framed QV ‘To’ Removed ½d red-brown, HG #3, Huggins GREAT BRITAIN | Military Postmarks & Baker #CP4. $7 2886 * A A1- Egypt Postage Prepaid ‘EGYPT/17/12OC42/POSTAGE/ 2860 *** A 1878-83 Type I Arms group of 5 ½d red-brown on thick white PREPAID’, on OAS cover to Coogee, NSW, with trapezium card, HG #5a, Huggins & Baker #CP6. $25 ‘[eagle]/RAF/CENSOR/606’ (A1-) in purple. 2861 *** A 1892 QV Full Length Foreign Postage 1d+1d orange-red on 2887 * A- A1- - ‘EGYPT/29/17DE42/POSTAGE/PREPAID’ (MEF, Gen H.Q.), buff, HG #22, Huggins & Baker #CP28. $8 on 2d orange & 1d red KGVI, on airmail Lettercard to Huddersfield, Yorks, with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes CENSOR/No./1814’ (B1) in purple, slight toning around stamps. 1881-83 QV Oval Dates Removed 1d pink on cream laid paper, 2862 *** A no die number, HG #B9h, Huggins & Baker #EP31, pre-printed address from Julius Spencer. $5

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 Field Post Office double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/+/ 6FE/16/158’ (Wardan, Egypt, 158 Bde. 53 Div.), on long OHMS cover to Alexandria, small closed tear at base. [Rated 100 by Proud] - double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/16AP/46/782’ (Greece), on stampless OAS envelope to South Africa, minor staining from envelope gluing, lightly creased.

GREAT BRITAIN | Postmarks Barrow-In-Furness: framed ‘BARROW-IN-FURNESS/A/MY12/ 2890 D B1 83’. 2891 D A A1 Caledonian T.P.O.: ‘CALEDONIAN T.P.O. DAY UP/*/31JA/38/E’ on 2d orange KGVI on piece. 2892 D C B1 Gainsborough: 36mm ‘GAINSBOROUH/4PM/11JA/22’ (sic) on 2d orange KGV. GREECE 2893 * A

1862-67 2nd Athens Print 10L orange on blue 4-margins, Mi #19b, Cat €200, large part o.g.

HUNGARY | Flight Covers 2934 *V A 1971 60f red bus & 1Ft turkish-blue air, cancelled with unframed ‘100 ÉVES A MAGYAR BÉLYEG/HELIKOPTER POSTAJARAT/ BUDAPEST-EGER/[helicopter]/”BUDAPEST 71”/·BUDAPEST, $50 1971.IX.12·’ (A1) in red on commemorative air envelope also bearing double-circle ‘[grapes]/[tower] 1971IX12/EGER1’ & straight-line ‘HELIKOPTER POSTÁVAL/TOVÁBBÍTVA/ $5 BUDAPESTRÖL 1971 IX 12-ÉN’ (B1) in green. ICELAND $4 2935 * A C1 $10 $10 $80

2936 F 2937 * 2938 * 2939 F 2940 * 2941 * 2942 * 2943 F 2944 F

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

GREENLAND | Thule 2894 F A B1 1935-36 Pictorials 10ø green, Mi 1, Cat €20.

$8

GRENADA 2895 ** A

$3

2945 * 2946 *

A B1 A B1

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2947 *

A- A1

$30

2948 F 2949 * 2950 * 2951 * 2952 * 2953 **

A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1 A A1

$70

2954 * 2955 * 2956 * 2957 *

A B1 A B1 A B1 A- B1

$16

2958 * 2959 * 2960 *

A A1 A B1 A A1

2961 ** 2962 ** 2963 V 2964 * 2965 ** 2966 ** 2967 ** 2968 ** 2969 ** 2970 **

A A1 A B1 A A1 A B1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

2000(C) Flowers 25c, 50c, 75c & $3

GRENADA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 2896 *** A 1889 2d grey-blue on cream size F, HG #C2. 2897 *F A1920 Address Panel in BLC 2d dark blue, size F, HG #C5, uprated with ½d & 1½d, cancelled with poor Grenville of 1931, boxed ‘U.S. CUSTOMS/FREE OF DUTY/I.N./PORT OF NEW YORK’ & obliterated boxed ‘SUPPOSED LIABLE TO/?/ CUSTOMS DUTY’ (B2) both on face. GRENADA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 2898 *** A 1955 12c magenta, HG #FG6. GUADELOUPE 2899 F A B1

1891 Overprints 25c black/rose with GUADELONPE, SG #28e, Cat £85.

GUINEA (French) | Postal History 1923 use of 1c & 20c x2 (1 damaged), cancelled with double2900 *F B circle ‘BOFFA/16/OCT/23/GUINEE FRANCAISE’ (B1) to England. HONG KONG 2901 F B B3 2902 F A A1 2903 V A C1 2904 * A- A1 2905 *

A B1

2906 *

A B1

2907 * 2908 F 2909 ** 2910 ** 2911 ** 2912 **

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

2913 F 2914 ** 2915 * 2916 **

A A1 B A1 A A1 A A1

2917 ** A A1 2918 F A A1 2919 ** A A1 2920 ** 2921 V 2922 ** 2923 ** 2924 F 2925 ** 2926 F 2927 V 2928 V 2929 F

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1880 Surcharges 10c on 12c pale blue, SG #25, Cat £55, cancelled with ‘B62’, pulled perf at TRC. 1891 Surcharges With Handstamp $1 on 96c purple on red, SG #50, Cat £22. 1921-37 Wmk Script CA 2c grey, SG #118c. 1937 Coronation set of 3, SG #137-9, Cat £25, 4c has a toned perf, 25c has no gum & a couple of toned perfs. 1938-52 KGVI short set to 15c, SG #140-6, Cat £20, 15c is mint no gum. 1941 Centenary of British Occupation 3c orange & chocolate, SG #163. 1949 UPU 30c deep blue, SG #175, Cat £15. 1954-62 QEII short set to $5 (13), SG #178-90, Cat £12. - $5 green & purple, SG #190, Cat £75. 1962-73 QEII $1 sepia, wmk upright, SG #205, Cat £17. - $1.30, wmk upright, glazed paper, SG #206d, Cat £14. 1963 Red Cross Centenary $1.30 red & blue, SG #213, Cat £35, 1 tiny tone spot. 1966-72 Wmk Sideways short set to $2, SG #222-33, Cat £17. 1968 Seacraft $1 Sampan, SG #251, Cat £16, toned top edge. 1969 Year of the Rooster set of 2, SG #257-8, Cat £70. 1970 Year of the Dog set of 2, SG #261-2, Cat £70, 10c has a hint of toning on the reverse. 1973-74 QEII Defins Wmk Crown/CA $1.30 pale yellow & reddish violet, SG #292. 1973-74 Wmk Crown Block CA $10 pink & deep blackish olive, SG #295, ultra light cancel. 1973-74 QEII Defins Wmk Crown/CA $20 pink & brownish black, SG #296, Cat £26. 1975 Festivals set of 3, SG #331-3, Cat £35. 1979 Butterflies set of 4, SG #380-3, 20c is FU. 1982 QEII Wmk 14 $5 purple & olive-yellow, SG #427. 1983 Performing Arts set of 3, SG #435-7. 1984 Aviation $5 Baldwin balloon, SG #453, Cat £10. 1985 Queen Mother set of 4, SG #493-6. 1985 New Buildings $5 Coliseum, SG #506, Cat £12. 1986 Fishing Vessels $5 junk trawler, SG #524. 1987 Historical Costume $5 Manchu, SG #562. 1989-91 QEII With Date $20 1990 imprint, SG #614.

HONG KONG | Flight Covers 2930 *G A 1952 Pan Am first direct flight to Rangoon, 50c purple cancelled on 8DEC/1952, Rangoon arrival 10DEC52, First Air Mail cachet on face. HUNGARY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1871 Franz Joseph in Colourless Circle 2kr yellow on buff, 2931 ** B original printing, HG #3, extensive hinge marking. 2932 *F B 1876 Embossed Circle With Coloured Numeral, Arched Heading 2kr yellow-brown on buff, HG #5, cancelled with ‘SZATMAR/27/8/’ (A1-) & bearing ‘JOSEFSTADT/29/8/8F/80/ WIEN’ (A1) arrival, worn paper, small closed tear at left edge, vertical crease. 1882-99 Embossed Circle With Coloured Numeral, Straight 2933 *F ALine Heading No Wmk 2k yellow-brown, HG #14, cancelled with hole punch.

$6

$20 $20 $5 $18 $15

1882 New Colours 3a yellow P14x13½, Mi #12A, Cat €45, hinge remainder. - 20a blue P14x13½, Mi #14Aa, Cat €40. 1920 Christian X 4a grey & red, Mi #85. - 8a brown, Mi #88, Cat €10. - 20a blue, Mi #91. 1920 Christian X in Oval 30a red & green, Mi #93, Cat €80. 1920 Christian X 40a lilac, Mi #94, Cat €75. 1921 Christian X 25a red, Mi #102, Cat €12. - 40a blue, Mi #103. 1921 Overprints 20a on 25a brown & green, Mi #106, slight toning to BLC. 1922 Overprint 10a on 5a green, Mi #110, Cat €12. 1925 Surcharges 30a on 50a grey & slate-blue and 50a on 5k red-brown & grey, Mi #112-3, Cat €130. (2) 1925 Pictorials 20a red, Mi #116, Cat €100, small thin and hinge remainder. 1925 Scenes 35a blue, Mi #117. 1930 1000 Years of Goverment 3a violet, Mi #125. - 7a blue-green & green, Mi #127. - 15a violet-blue & blue, Mi #129. - 40a Flag, Mi #134. 1930 Triangular Airmail 10a blue triangular air strip of 5, Mi #140, Cat €125. - 10a blue Eagle, Mi #140, Cat €20. 1931-32 Waterfall 35a blue, Mi #152, Cat €20. 1931-37 Christian X 25a brown & green, Mi #162, Cat €30. 1933 Philanthropic Associations set of 4, Mi #168-71, Cat €10, 50+25a has light red mark on face. 1937 Christian X Silver Jubilee set of 3, Mi #187-9. 1938 Geysers 20a red, Mi #194, Cat €42. 1943-47 Cultural 5k black-brown Karlsefni, P14, Mi #230A, Cat €45. 1948 Hekla 60a blue block of 4, Mi #251, Cat €30. 1952 Primary Industries 1.25 red-violet, Mi #276, Cat €20. 1951 Air set of 3, Mi #278-80, Cat €15. 1954 Hannes Hafstein 2.45 dark blue-green, Mi #294, Cat €20. 1972 Europa set of 2, Mi #461-2. 1977 Europa set of 2, Mi #522-3. 1982 Europa set of 2, Mi #578-9, Cat €12. 1985 Flowers set of 4, Mi #628-31. 1985 Kjarval Centenary 100k Flight Yearning, Mi #641. 1990 Europa 40k pair, Mi #727, Cat €12.

$5 $10 ICELAND | Postage Dues $8 2971 F A B1 1907 Christian IX & Frederick VIII 4a green & dark grey, Mi #25. $75 $16 2972 F A B1 1920 Christian X 20a yellow-green & grey-brown, Mi #38. $14 INDIA 2973 F A A1 1911-22 KGV Wmk Single Star 15r blue and olive SG 190. $25 2974 ** A1926-33 KGV Wmk Multi Star 15r blue and olive SG 218, minor $10 gum creases not apparent from front. $10 INDIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes $40 1883 Round QV New Colours ½a green on white, size c, HG 2975 *F A#B4, uprated with 2a blue pair, cancelled with double-circle $60 ‘CAWNPORE/9JA/RYSTN-O.56’ & bearing boxed ‘R/O-56/ CAWNPORE’ (A1) handstamp, backstamped with ‘SAMBHAR/ $5 REG/JA10/95’ (B1) arrival, some slight toning. * 1968? New Currency 20p brown with albino embossing on $6 2976 ** Areverse, small tear. $25 INDIA | Postal History $30 2977 *F B 1853 entire from Calcutta to London, fine oval ‘FORWARDED $4 BY/FINLAY HODGSON & Co/LONDON’ on back (not recorded $5 in Robson Lowe Encyclopedia), stamp removed. $8 2978 *F A 1870s use small stampless cover with very fine strikes of boxed $5 ‘POSTAGE DUE/1 ANNA’, framed ‘SHAHPURA/JUL:14’, framed $7 ‘2.DELY./AJMERE/JUL.16.’ & framed ‘FIRST DELY/JODHPUR/ $7 JUL:18’ all on back. $6 2979 *F A- use of ½a blue Die I, cancelled with framed duplex $5 ‘BOMBAY.S.W./DES.2/MY.17 - S-W/2’ (A2) to Ajmere, oval $5 ‘F/C.P./19MAY/2’ (A2 - TPO) transit, straight-line ‘TOO LATE’ (B1) on face. 1923 use of 1a on ½a green envelope 120mmx95mm, HG #11a, 2980 *F Auprated with 1a brown, cancelled with double-circle ‘GOJRA/ 29MAY23/830/+’, to Handforth, Cheshire, closed tear in $25 backflap, toned top edge to stamp. 2981 *V A1933 use of 1a brown KGV embossed envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘KALLUKKATTI/10JAN33/+’ (A1 backstamp), with $4 blue reg label, uprated with 3p grey KGV on front & 1a brown x3 on reverse, backstamped with double-circle ‘MADRAS/DELY/ 11JAN33/630AM’ (B1), slightly trimmed at right, some light toning. $5 $5

$30 $10 $20 $4 $7 $5 $40 $25 $8 $5 $3 $8 $60 $25 $5 $3 $3 $3 $4 $70 $12 $12 $20 $5 $5 $20 $30 $16 $12 $10 $12 $4 $4 $8 $3 $4 $8 $5 $3 $25 $30

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 2982 *F B-

3010 *F A-

1941 use of 2r purple & brown, 8a purple, 4a brown & 2a vermilion, cancelled with ‘RIPON BUILDINGS/3NOV/415PM/ 1941/MADRAS’, on cover to Lynn, Massachusetts, sealed at left with ‘[arms]24D/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label with triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/D.I. 14’ (B1), frankings were removed from reverse of cover & reaffixed on front after cancellation. 1942 use of 1a3p fawn KGVI envelope, cancelled with doublecircle ‘LADNUN/30AUG42’ (A1-), uprated with 3p slate KGVI, to Jaipur City, backstamped with boxed ‘BUY DEFENCE/SAVINGS CERTIFICATES/DELIVERY/31AUG42/230PM/JAIPUR CITY’ (A1-), slightly reduced at left, some very light toning. 1944 use of 1a3p fawn KGVI envelope, cancelled with light double-circle ‘KHALLAR/R.O./’ (A2-), uprated with 3p slate, backstamped with ‘ANJANGAON/8JAN44’ (A1) & boxed ‘CARELESS TALK/COST LIVES/DELIVERY/11JAN44/V 7 45 ? V/JA[IPUR CITY]’ (B2), 2 filing holes at top & reduced at left. 1949 use of 1½a deep purple KGVI envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘DELHI CIVIL LINES/25AUG49/5 10PM’ (A1), uprated with 3p slate KGVI pair, backstamped with double-circle ‘PUDUVAYAL/31AUG49/1245PM’ (B1) arrival, slightly reduced at right, some light toning. 2002 use of 4p Monkey & The Crocodile & 1r blue Crane, cancelled with bilingual ‘1622KPL/13-11-12/’, error for 02, on plain cover to Bangalore, with arch ‘UNIT CENSOR/N3-130’ (C1) in purple, backstamped with Bangalore, St. Thomastown delivery of ?1102, some light creasing & soiling.

$40

INDIA | Flight Covers 1976 Delhi - Karachi Re-Enactment cover, less than 200 2987 *V A carried. 2988 *V A 1976 Delhi - Lahore Re-Enactment cover, less than 50 carried.

$12 $20

2983 *F A-

2984 *F B

2985 *F A-

2986 *F B

INDIA | Military - World War II Period 1944 use of Indian POW card ‘I.A.F.Z.-2240’, to Enna, Sicily, 2989 *F Abearing straight-line ‘DHP/128’ (A1) in purple & octagonal ‘[crown]/PASSED/DHP/4’ (A2), light crease along top edge, couple of pinholes. INDIA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 2990 * A- A1 B: on ½a blue on cover with ‘MATHERAN/DEC26’ (A1) & ‘R/ THIRD DELY/BOMBAY/DEC.26’ (A1) & ‘THIRD DELY/BOMBAYW/DEC.26’ (A1) backstamps. 2991 * AJ: on 1a brown ‘On/H.S./M.’ on long cover with ‘ERINPURA/FE.1/87’ (A1) & ‘AJMERE/1ST/DELY/FEB.2/87’ (B1) backstamps. INDIA | Postmarks 2992 * A- B1 Agra Fort R.M.S.: ‘AGRA FORT R.M.S./2JA.10/17 20/SHIFT-1’ on ½a on Postcard, ‘JAIPUR-CITY/10 A.M DELY/3JA.10’ (A1) arrival. 2993 * B2 Amirgaon: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT/22AUG43/AMIRGAON’ on ½a Postal Card, poor Jaipur City arrival. 2994 * A B1 Bareilly R.M.S.: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT BAREILLY R.M.S./ 6SEP.39/8 15P.M./SET-1’ on 9p Postal Card, double-circle ‘RINGAS/9SEP38’ (A2) arrival. 2995 * A A1- Deolee: red double-circle ‘DEOLEE/9AUG/68/P.O.’ backstamp on stampless OHMS cover to Sahibzaduh, Hafiz Obadulla Khan, Tonk, poor Tonk arrival of 11AU/68. 2996 * A A1 Jeypore: ‘JEYPORE/APR:13’ on small stampless cover to Barielly, boxed ‘POSTAGE DUE/1 ANNA’ (A1+) backstamp. 2997 * A- B1 Katangarh R.M.S.: double-circle ‘KATANGARH R.M.S./ 13JUN.50’’ on 9p Postal Card, double-circle ‘RAMGARH/DELY./ 15JUN.50/8.30A.M./JAIPUR’ (A1) arrival. 2998 * A- A1 Khengrapati: double-circle ‘KHENGRAPATI/TEL./29JLY32/ CALCUTTA’ on Inland Telegram receipt. 2999 * A- A1 Madras TPO: ‘M.5.OUT/SET.NO4/AU.2’ on slightly reduced ½a Envelope, ‘BARA-BAZAR/1ST/DELY/5.AY/93’ (B1) arrival. 3000 * A B1 Multan City R.S.: double-circle ‘MULTAN-CITY-R.S./10MY/09’ on ½a Envelope uprated with 2a, boxed ‘R/MULTAN CITY-R.S’ (A1) on face, ‘KARACHI/1AM.DELY/12MY09/REG.’ (B1) arrival. 3001 * B A2 North West Province TPO: oval ‘T/N.W.P/16.7.71/NO1’ transit on small cover, ½a cancelled with ‘164’ (A1 - Serajgunge), other transits include oval ‘[T]/BEN[GAL]/15.7.[71]/NO1’ (A2) and violet Hoogly? of 14JL/71, boxed ‘TOOLATE’ (B1) on face. 3002 * A- A1 P-116: double-circle ‘TEMPORARY P.O./20OCT52/P-116’ on 9p on private postcard to Chirawa. 3003 * B A1 Rajpootana TPO: unframed ‘J.2.IN/4/MAR:20’ on ½a Envelope cancelled with ‘T’ (A2), ‘BEAWAR/MAR21’ (B1) arrival. 3004 * B B1 Sitamau: bridge-style ‘SITAMAU/13MAR48/8-AM’ on ½a KGVI Postal Card, double-circle ‘BHENSODA MANDI/13MAR48/ GWALIOR’ (A1) arrival. 3005 * A A1 South TPO: ‘S-2 IN/SET NO3/JU.26’ on ½a Envelope, ‘BARABAZAR/1ST DELY/1JL/96/CALCUTTA’ (A2) arrival. 3006 * A A1+ Vansavad: framed ‘VANSAVAD/10SEP84’, framed ‘SECOND DELY/RAJKOT/SEP.12’ (A1) & ‘1.DELY/GONDAL/SEP:13’ (A1+) plus boxed ‘POSTAGE DUE/ONE ANNA’ (A1+) all on back of stampless cover. INDIAN STATES | Chamba | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1888 ‘CHAMBA STATE’ on Stamp & Black Even Sun ½a 3007 *** C green on white laid paper, size a, HG #B2, a few age spots. INDIAN STATES | Charkhari | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3008 *WA 1896 ANNA Singular ¼a violet on thick yellowish paper, HG #1, cut-out. INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1886 ‘GWALIOR’ in Black and Coloured Arms ¼a red-brown 3009 *F C on buff, HG #2, a bit tatty.

3011 *G A$5

3012 *F B

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1888 ‘GWALIOR’ & Arms Both in Black ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #5, cancelled with double-circle ‘GWALIOR-STATE/4AU95/ LASHKAR’ (A1-) with circular ‘MOUNT-RO[AD]/2ND DELY/17AU/ 95’ (A2), closed puncture at centre. 1934 KGV New Value & Design 9p dark green on buff, HG #18, cancelled with double-circle ‘MORENA/630AM/24JLY33/ GWALIOR’ (A2). 1942 KGVI 9p dark green on buff, HG #20, double-circle ‘CHOTI SADRI/B.O./1FEB44/MEWAR’ (B1) arrival on face, spike hole.

INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Envelopes $5 3013 *G B 1888 QV Black Opt & Arms ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B10, ‘SHAHPURA/MAR17/00’ arrival on back, reduced at left. 1941 KGVI New Rate 1½a purple on buff, no listing HG (Deschl 3014 *F A#E30), reduced at right. $5 INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1937 Divided Card 4p+4p red-brown on buff, reply half only, HG 3015 *F A#21. $5

INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3016 *** B 1891 Curved Flap 1a brown on buff, HG #B11, torn back. 1908 Oval ½a yellow-green on white laid paper, HG #B17, 3017 *F B opened roughly at left 3018 *** A1947 Star & Crescent Dated 1366H 1a4p green on brown laid paper, printed on inverted envelope, Deschl #E23a, envelope measures 120mm x 95mm, back is becoming unglued. [Deschl states 1 copy reported.] INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal History 3019 *F B 1934 use of 1a & 2a Pictorials with Indian KGV 3p & 4a on registered cover to Madras, blue and grey English registration label & black on buff native registration label, both on face.

INDIAN STATES | Indore | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $30 3020 *F A1904 Prince Without Moustache ¼a yellow-brown, uprated with ½a lake (SG #10), HG #4, 4 pin holes. INDIAN STATES | Jaipur | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards * 1934 New Design On Soft Paper ¼a violet on cream, $10 3021 G Alithographed, HG #14, crease BRC. 1943 Singh II ¼a brown Maharajah on buff, HG #20, cancelled 3022 *G A at Jaipur City, ‘[sun]/DELY/?SEP47/9-AM/SAWAI JAIPUR’ (C1) $15 arrival. 3023 *F A 1945 Singh II ½a dull violet on buff, HG #21. 3024 *F A1943 Singh II ½a dull violet on buff, Deschl #C31, used but uncancelled, couple of tone spots & a filing hole. $16 INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards * 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms ¼a red-brown $10 3025 ** A on buff, HG #11. 1891 New Arms ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #13, cancelled at 3026 *V B Jhind. $8 INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3027 *** A1887 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Coloured Arms ½a green on $50 white laid paper, size b, HG #B5, minor toning. 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms ½a green on 3028 ** A $10 white laid paper, size b, HG #B7. 3029 *** B - ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B7, tone spots. - 1a brown on white laid paper, size b, HG #B8. 3030 *F B $10 INDIAN STATES | Las Bela $10 3031 ** A B1 1901-02 1a black on orange SG 8.

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$5 $15 $6 $5 $10 $10 $20 $14 $12 $10 $25

$20 INDIAN STATES | Nabha | Official Stamps 3032 F A B1 1932-42 Wmk Mult Star 4d sage-green x100, SG #O49, Cat £250. $20 INDIAN STATES | Nabha | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3033 *** A1886-87 ‘NABHA STATE & Coloured Arms ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, no perfs, size a, HG #4, minor ageing. $50 3034 *** A - ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, imperf, size a, HG #4.

$25 $25

$10 INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1885 ‘PUTTIALLA STATE’ Opt ½a green on white laid paper, 3035 *** A $16 size b, HG #B3.

$8

INDIAN STATES | Travancore-Cochin | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $5 3036 *** B 1950 Palm Tree 4p ultramarine on buff, HG #4, stain on face.

$5

$8 INDIAN STATES | Travancore-Cochin | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1950 Coat of Arms 1a blue, Deschl #E3, with ‘INDIAN POSTS 3037 *** AAND TELEGRAPHS DEPARTMENT’ (B1), small tear in TRC & bottom edge partially separated. $10 INDO-CHINA | Postal History 1895 use 10c & 15c, cancelled with double-circle ‘HAI-PHONG/ 3038 *F B 4E|9/DEC/95/TONKIN’ to Switzerland, octagonal ‘[L]IGNE N/ 15DEC/95/ PAQ. FR. NO5’ (A2) and endorsement “Pr S.S. $7 Colombo” both on face. INDONESIA $4 3039 ** A IRAN 3040 ** A $6

3041 ** A

$25

$5

$65

2004 Flowers sheetlet of 30.

$5

2004 Notable Iranians marginal se-tenant block of 6 with two labels. 2007 WWF Siberian Cranes marginal se-tenant block of 4.

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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1922-34 Wmk S in E 5d deep violet, SG #78. 1953 Robert Emmet 1/3d carmine, SG #157, Cat £10, on piece. 1957 John Redmond 1/3d brown-purple & 1/- O’Clery, SG #165, Cat £15, on piece.

IRELAND | Postal History 3045 *G B 1853 entire to Dublin, unfortunately with stamp removed, poor ‘93’ numeral on face, green unframed ‘CALLAN/MR21/1853/=’ (B1) on back. ISRAEL 3046 *

A

3047 F A B1

1948 Coins 1000m blue P11 and 1000m deep blue P11 tab pair imperf between, both forgeries. 1950 Elat Post Office 500pr camels, SG #53, Cat £10.

ISRAEL | First Day Covers 3048 *V A 1949 Military Badges set of 3, SG #18-20, tied to badges FDC by Jerusalem CDS. ISRAEL | Postal History 1957 use of 160p black & green on buff with tab, cancelled with 3049 *F B machine of 22.12.57, on plain cover to the Netherlands, discolouration at top. 3050 *F A 1976 use of 70a En Gedi, cancelled with bilingual Jerusalem machine of 13.4.76, on Yeshivath Beth Abraham cover to Southfield, Michigan. 3051 *F A 1978 use of I£1.10 brown Aqueduct, cancelled with Jerusalem machine of 30.8.78, on cover backstamped with bilingual Bethlehem of 3.9.78. ITALIAN STATES | Papal States 3052 F A 1852 Arms 3 Baj black on brown, Mi #5a, Cat €50. - 5 Baj black on rose, Mi #6a. 3053 F A ITALY 3054 G B B2 3055 * 3056 * 3057 *

A B1 A B1 A B1

3058 * A A1 3059 ** A B1 3060 * A B1

1863 Victor Emanuel II 2L orange, Mi #22, Cat €80, few pulled perfs. 1930 Virgil - Air 7.70l+1.30l violet-brown, Mi #156, Cat €85. 1930 Air set of 3, Mi #342-4, Cat €20. 1949 Venice Biennale 50L dark blue & pale blue, Mi #770, Cat €95, hinge remainder. 1949 Republic Centenary 100L dark brown, Mi #773, Cat €350. 1949 Volta set of 2, Mi #784-5, Cat €160. 1950 UNESCO set of 2, Mi #791-2, Cat €100.

ITALY | Postage Dues 3061 F A C1 1878 Postage Due Overprints 2c on 0.02l dark lilac-red, Mi #29, Cat €11. ITALY | Parcel Stamps 3062 ** A D1 1884-86 ‘PACCHI POSTALI’ 20c blue, Mi #2, Cat €275, regummed?. ITALY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3063 *** A1877 Black Seal At Lower Left, Large Arms 0.10l brown-red, with single-lined frame, HG #3a, some light toning. 3064 *F A1896-97 Humbert in Oval 10c brown-red on cream, year ‘97’, HG #29, cancelled with squared-circle ‘ROMA/15/2-98/09/ FERROVIA’ (B1), to Torquay, S. Devon, GB. ITALY | Postal History 3065 *F A1864 use of 60c pale mauve, cancelled with double-circle ‘NAPOLI/?/(PORTO)’ (B2) to Wolverhampton, ‘P.D.’-in-oval on face, backstamps include double-circle ‘UFF AMB. TORINOSUSA/20FEB/64/(1)’ (B1 - early TPO). 3066 *F A1867 use of 60c mauve, cancelled with grid ‘19’ tied by ‘NAPOLI/25/SEP/67/5 8’ (B1) on entire with straight-line ‘P.D.’ (A1-), backstamped with ‘WOLVERHAMPTON/B/OC1/67’ (A1) arrival, couple of small closed tears. 1868 use of 40c rose & 20c blue (faults), cancelled with poor ‘19’ 3067 *F Atied by poor framed ‘NAPOLI/14/APR/68/5 S’ (C1) to Wolverhampton, unframed ‘P.D.’ on face. 3068 *F A1869 use of 20c blue strip of 3, cancelled with ‘19’ tied by framed ‘NAPOLI/26/MAG/69/4 S’ (C1) to Wolverhampton, unframed ‘P.D.’ on face. 1871 use of 60c mauve, cancelled with poor ‘19’ tied by framed 3069 *F A‘NAPOLI/25/SET/71/5 S’’ (B2) to Wolverhampton, unframed ‘P.D.’ on face. 1943 use of 50c violet pair, cancelled with ‘PETILIA 3070 *F B POLICASTRO/12.7.43/CATANZARO’ (A2), on air lettersheet to Rhodes, ‘Verificato per censura’ tape at right tied by indistinct censor handstamp. 3071 *F A 1944 use of 50c bright-violet opt with ‘P.M.’, cancelled with poor Valguarnera of 30SP44, on Comune di Valguarnera formular entire, handstamped with oval ‘[shield]/R.R. POSTE/ COMUNE/DI/VALGUARNERA’ (A1-) on front with double-circle ‘AMM. PROVINCIALE * ENNA/1DIC44?/(DATA DI ARRIVO)’ (A1) arrival on the inside. 1948 use of 50L purple-brown x3, 10L red & 5L blue, cancelled 3072 *F Awith poor double-circle Milano airmail of 30.1.48, on SICLA cover to Melbourne, Vic, by airmail, some slight toning, small closed tears at top.

ITALY | Military - World War II Period 3073 *F A1941 use of plain lettersheet endorsed “PRISIONER OF WAR/ POSTAGE FREE’, cancelled with light boxed ‘PER MIDDLE/ EAST 151’, to Catania, Italy, with double-circle ‘?NINA/ 1.12.41XIX15/CATANIA’ (B2) & double-circle ‘COMITE $10 INTERNATIONAL DE LA CROIX-ROUGE/[red cross]/GENEVE’ (C1) in red, backstamped with double-circle ‘OFFICO CENSURA POSTA ESTERA/1’ (A1) in purple, some rust marks & worn edges. $6 3074 *F A 1945 use of private lettersheet from POW in East Africa to Italy with fine double circle POW E.A.C. 12 III A 45 cds in black and red Postage Paid double circle cancel and backstamped P.O.W. 366 E.A.F. in violet. $10 $6 JAPAN | Postal Stationery - Wartime 1940’s Illustrated Gunji Yubin in Box coloured PPC of close 3075 *F Aview of village market, CTO cancelled with ‘U.S. ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/AUG/13/1945/A.P.O.’ (A1) with boxed ‘PASSED $7 BY/U/19307/S/ARMY EXAMINER’ (B1), minor faults 3076 *F A- coloured PPC of woman & child resting in a field, CTO cancelled with ‘U.S. ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/AUG/13/ 1945/A.P.O.’ (A1) with boxed ‘PASSED BY/U/19307/S/ARMY $5 EXAMINER’ (B1), minor faults $7 $10

JAPAN | First Day Covers 1955 10th National Athletics Meeting se-tenant pair, SG $4 3077 *V A #744a, on illustrated FDC, cancelled with runner Pictorial cancel of 30.10.30. 1964 Olympic Flame 5y Flame tied to Official Post Card by $5 3078 *F A special first day cancel 9 9 64, unaddressed.

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$10

$5

$15 JAPAN | Military - Pre Boer War Period $30 3079 *F A1895: stampless cover cancelled with FPO12 of 13.4.28 (A2 $6 Gaixian), to Osaka. [Sino-Japanese War] $320 JAPAN | Military - World War I Period 1917 stampless card cancelled with Tsinan FPO of 6.7.4, 3080 *V A$16 although writer was at Tsingtao, China. $130 $55 3081 *V A 1919 1½s rose Postal Card uprated with ½s & 2s, cancelled with $10 boxed violet ‘HEFFRON/36.’ (A1), no address or message. [This was one of the Czech Legion repatriation ships] $160 $8 3082 *F A1920 stampless PPC of Nikolisk City street scene, cancelled $80 with FPO 1 on 9.1.1 (A2 - Vladivostok). $200 $65 $60 JORDAN | Postal History 1951 use of GB 2½d Festival of Britain, cancelled with double3083 *F B circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/9JY/51/61’ (B1) on air cover from Major in the Arab Legion at Amman to England, creased. $20 $4 KENYA | Postmarks 3084 S A A3 Kitale: ‘KITALE/20JY/1954/[KENYA]’ (inverted T in KITALE) on 2/- KGVI KUT. [Rated 200 - recorded used for 4 days only!] $25 $80 3085 * A A1 Lugari Station: double-circle ‘LUGARI STATION/14MR/63/ KENYA’, on 10c green UHURU TRC block of 4 with sheet number, on cover to Daressalaam. $25 $35 3086 * A B1 Machakos: double-circle ‘M[ACHA]KOS/AP13/33/KENYA’ (type unlisted in Proud), on 50c grey & 15c red KGV on air cover, with double-circle ‘ESHER/6.45AM/25AP/33/SURREY’ (A1) arrival handstamp. $20 $5 3087 * A A1- Magadi: double-circle ‘MAGADI/26SE/58/KENYA’, on 50c purple QEII, on cover to London, GB. $10 3088 D A A1 - ‘MAGADI/14DE60/KENYA’ on 30c red QEII. $4 3089 * B A1- Makuyu: double-circle ‘MAKUYU/8JA/38/KENYA’ on 5c, 20c & 50c KGV Pictorials, on air cover to Copenhagen, Denmark, with $100 arrival backstamp of 17.1.38, some mild toning. $40 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA 3090 **/* A B1 1938-54 Pictorials 5c black & green block of 4, SG #132, 2 units mounted. $6 $30 3091 * A A1 - 50c purple & black, P13x12½, dot removed in left scroll, SG #144ea, Cat £21. $12 $25 $40 3092 * A B1 - 10/- purple & blue, P13¼x13¾, SG #149b, Cat £42. 3093 * A A1 1954-59 QEII Pictorials 1/30c deep lilac & orange, SG #176, Cat £13. $10 $30 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postal History 3094 *F A1941 use of 15c black & rose-red pair on cover to USA, cancelled with double-circle ‘MUSOMA/7SE/1941’ (B2), $60 ‘OPENED BY CENSOR’ label attached. $20 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postmarks 3095 D A B1- Lower Kabete: double-circle ‘LOWER KABETE/16SE/47/ KENYA’, Proud #D1, cancelling 20c black & orange KGVI on $25 piece. [Rated 40 by Proud] $10 3096 * A A1- Machakos: ‘MACHAKOS/28AP/1955/KENYA’, Proud #D6, cancelling 5c Owen falls & 10c red Giraffe on formular aerogramme to USA, aerogramme & air letter blocked out to indicate redirection by surface mail. $30 $15 3097 * A C1 Magadi: ‘MAGADI/8FE61/KENYA’, Proud #D5, cancelling 30c red QEII on Nairobi cover with typed address. [Rated 60 by Proud] $20 KOREA (North) $12 3098 V A B1 1965 Pyongyang Children set of 4 CTO, SG #N634-7. $3 KUWAIT 3099 F A A1 1929-37 Stamps of India Wmk Multi Stars 8a reddish purple, SG #23, Cat £13. $12 LATVIA 3100 F A B1 1931 Air imperf 1.50l on 25s, Mi #192B, Cat €30. $15 3101 ** A A1 1991 Arms 5(k) to 200(k), Mi #305-12, Cat €18. (8) $10 3102 ** A A1 - 10(k) complete sheet, Mi #306, Cat €30. (100) $8


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 3103 ** A A1 3104 ** A 3105 ** A

- 50(k) complete sheet, Mi #310, Cat €180. (100) 1994 Winter Olympics set of 4+M/S, Mi #364-7,Block 4. (5) 1993 Costumes M/S, Mi #block 3, Cat €26.

LEBANON | Postal History 3106 *F A1945 use of 50p red, 5p blue-green x4 & 30c brown, cancelled with bilingual ‘BEYROUTH R.P./17XI45/’ (B1-), on cover to Pyrmont, NSW. 1957 35m map, cancelled with cds of 2FEB1957, on air cover to 3107 *F A London, edge wear. LEEWARD ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1926 1d violet on buff, HG #10. 3108 *** A LESOTHO | First Day Covers 3109 *F A 1986 Lammergeier SG #677,680,682-3, on WWF FDCs unaddressed. (4) LIBERIA 3110 ** A A1

1976 USA Bi-Centenary set & M/S SG 1233-1239. (7)

LIECHTENSTEIN | First Day Covers 1958 Sport set of 4 on registered FDC, Mi #365-8, Cat €50, 3111 *V A cancelled at Balzers with neat typed address to Tasmania. LITHUANIA 3112 * A B1 1921 Air Allegory set of 7, Mi #109-15, Cat €14. LUXEMBOURG | Maximum Cards 3113 *F A 1951 National Welfare Fund 60c+10c Laurent Menager Mi 484 tied to Maxi card by Luxembourg cds 04 12 51. LUXEMBOURG | German Occupation 3114 * A- A1 1940 Overprints on German Stamps high values set of 8 from 20pf-100pf, Mi #9-16, Cat €17.70, 25pf is Ω, 50pf has small surface abrasion under ‘eu’ of ‘Deutches’. MADAGASCAR (French) 1896-99 Peace & Commerce 1c to 75c excl 5c green on pale 3115 U/* A green, SG #1-3,5-14, Cat £10, 1c & 2c mint. (13) 3116 V A C1 1902 Surcharges 1c, 5c 10c & 15c (all narrow settings), SG #26,28,30,32, Cat £29, CTO. 3117 * A/A1921 Surcharges 25c on 30c black & green & 25c on 40c black & chocolate (small hinge thin), SG #85-6, Cat £18. MADAGASCAR (French) | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3118 *V A1901 Code Omitted 10c carmine & blue on pale green, HG #7, to Pickering, Yorkshire, cancelled with double-circle ‘TANANARIVE-R.P/31/MARS/11/MADAGASCAR’ (A1-), mild corner creases & light toning to edges. MADAGASCAR (French) | Diego Suarez | Postage Dues 1892 ‘DIEGO-SUAREZ ET DEPENDENCES’ 4c (thinned), 5c, 3119 F A/B 20c & 30c, SG #40,41,44,46, Cat £51. (4) MADAGASCAR (French) | Nossi-Bé 3120 F A-/B 1892 Peace & Commerce 1c, 2c, 4c, 10c, 25c & 1f, SG #13,5,8,13, all with faults. (6) MALAGASY REPUBLIC 3121 F A A1 1976 Telephone Centenary set of 5, Sc #553-7, CTO. MALAYA | Straits Settlements 3122 G A D1 1867 Surcharges on India 8c on 2a yellow, SG #6, Cat £42. MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal History 1929 use of KGV 6d deep claret (SG #200a) cancelled with 3123 *V A‘MALACCA/730AM/25SE/1929’ (A2), triangular ‘BS’ (A1+ Bristol) arrival on face. MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Flight Covers 3124 *F A1941 1st Flight Singapore-Guam with PAA cachet in blue, on Pan Am cover franked with 50c black on emerald & 5c brown cancelled by ‘SINGAPORE/PM/6MY/1941 - DON’T WRITE/ ABOUT SHIPS’ (A1) machine & bearing triangular ‘PASSED FOR/TRANSMISSION/95’ (A1) in purple, backstamped with ‘GUAM./MAY/14/7PM/1941/GUAM.’ (A1+), dented left corners. MALAYA | Federated Malay States | Postal History 3125 *G A1922 use of Tigers 1c brown x2 & 5c mauve on pale yellow x2, cancelled at Ipoh, to USA. MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3126 *F A 1952 4c+2c red on buff, size b, HG #14, ISC #P14, cancelled with ‘SUNGKAI/7FEB55-330PM’ (A1). MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3127 *F A 1952 20c dark blue on white, uprated with 5c bright mauve & 10c deep purple, 4 dotted lines on back, HG #C2, cancelled with ‘CHEMOR/18JAN54’ (B1). MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postal History 1956 Forces air cover to GB, from member HQ Malaya 3128 *F A Command. MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postmarks 3129 * A A2 Sungai Chua: ‘SUNGAI CHUA/1NO79/*/SELANGOR’, cancelling 10c butterfly on plain cover to KL. MALDIVE ISLANDS 3130 ** A B1 1966 Definitives complete set, SG #174-88, Cat £60. (15) 2000(C) Flowers in Maldives M/S of 6. 3131 ** A

$50 MALTA $6 3132 ** A B1 $12 3133 * A A1 3134 * A A1

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1904-14 Wmk Multi Crown/CA 4½d brown, SG #57, Cat £29. 1926-27 KGV Inscribed Postage 3d violet SG 162a. 1956-58 Pictorials set to 2/-, SG #266-78, Cat £30+. (13)

MALTA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3135 *F A 1884 QV 1d carmine on buff, HG #1, cancelled with oval ‘VALLETTA/7 PM 11 JY02/MALTA’ (B1). $20 - 1d carmine on buff, HG #1, cancelled with ‘MALTA/C/FE27/95 3136 *F A- A25’ (B2), minor crease. $6 1902-06 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, cancelled with oval 3137 *F A ‘VALLETTA/6 AM 21OC07/MALTA’ (A1). $25 3138 * G A- 1d carmine on buff, HG #6. MALTA | Postmarks 3139 S A A2 Misida: framed ‘MISIDA/AM/JA10/21’ on 2d grey. [Rated 100 by Proud] 3140 * A- B1 Notabile: ‘NOTABILE/E/JU17/07’ on KEVII 1d red on cover to UK. $5

$8

$30 $10 $20

MARIANA ISLANDS (German) 1900 Overprints 20pf blue Mi 4II. perfs trimmed at top. 3141 * B MAURITIUS 3142 ** A A1

$16 $12 $10 $10 $25 $40 $10

1953-58 Pictorials set of 15, 10c is yellowish green (SG 297a) & 1r is deep grey-brown (SG 303a), SG #293-306, Cat £50. 2004 Lillies 2R, 8R 20R & 25R.

$40 $3

MAURITIUS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1878 25c violet on thick white wove paper size complete, HG 3144 *** A#B10.

$25

3143 ** A

MAYOTTE 3145 * A B1 $6

$30 $7 $20

1912 Surcharges (Narrow Setting) 05 on 4c, 05 on 15c, 05 on 26c, 05 on 30c & 10 on 45c, SG #22-3,25-6,28. (5)

$8

MONTSERRAT | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3146 *** B 1903 Badge 1d carmine, HG #B1, diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’ opt, discolouration on face. $10 MONTSERRAT | Postmarks $15 3147 * A B2 Cudjoe Head: ‘CUDJOE HEAD/*/JY3/71/MONTSERRAT’ on 15c Bird on Hinchcliffe cover to England. $15 MOROCCO AGENCIES 3148 **/* A- A1 1899 2nd Overprint on GIbralter 5c green BLC block of 40 (5x8) with control ‘2’ and wide M SG #9b [L7/3], some perf separation.

$60

$28 MOROCCO AGENCIES | Tangier 3149 * A A1 1948 Silver Wedding set SG 255-6. (2)

$35

$6 $6

NATAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $40 3150 S A A2 1: Barred Box of Pietermaritzburg on 1887 2d olive-green. 3151 S A A2+ 2: 8mm high Barred Numeral of Durban on 1874 6d. 3152 S A A2 - 11mm high Barred Numeral (short tail serif) of Durban on 1882 1d rose. $10 3153 S A A2 - 10mm high Barred Numeral (long tail serif) of Durban on 1887 2d. $3 3154 S A A2 22: BN of Sterk Spruit on 1d 1d bright red ‘POSTAGE’ ovpt. 3155 S A A2 27: ‘P.O.A/27’ on 1884 1d. 3156 S A A2 34: ‘P.O.A/34’ on ‘HALF’ on 1d. $25 NEPAL 1899-1923 ½a black tête-bêche pair. 3157 F A

$35

NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3158 *** A 1901 New Arms 5c+5c carmine on pale pink, HG #26. $25 3159 *** A 1908 Central Dividing Line 2½c green on pale green, HG #45.

$5 $5

NETHERLANDS | Postal History 1940 stampless cover cancelled with Van Ommeren’s meter to 3160 *F ACork, Ireland, plain brown tape sealing cover at left (Dutch Censor?), ‘P.C.66/OPENED BY/CENSOR/2040’ white label at left (English censor) and ‘S.P.1/AN SCRÚDÓIR D’OSCAIL/ OPENED BY CENSOR’ pink label at right (Irish Censor).

$40

$30 NETHERLANDS ANTILLES | First Day Covers 3161 *F A 1977 Flora set of 3 on unaddressed official cover. 1978 Flora set of 4 on unaddressed official cover. 3162 *F A $15 NETHERLANDS INDIES 3163 F A- A1 1870-88 William III Perf 12½x12 2c purple-brown, SG #28, Cat £90, cancelled with Batavia of 2/6/1877, couple of small thins. 3164 V A C2 - 2½c buff, SG #30, Cat £32. $11 3165 G A B1 - 2g50 green & dull purple, SG #38, Cat £16. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postage Dues 3166 * A B1 1882-88 Numeral in Black 15c carmine, Type II, P11½x12, SG #D70ba. 3167 * A A1 1892-09 Numeral and ‘CENT’ in Black 75c carmine, SG $30 #D110, Cat £25. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3168 *F A 1881-91 Change of Colours 5c blue on pale blue, HG #10, cancelled with poor pmk, boxed ‘NA POSTTIJD’ (B1) and $4 double-circle ‘SOERABAJA/2/1½1’ (B2) both on face. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Flight Covers 3169 *F A 1928 Batavia - Amsterdam 1½g red & 40c orange air opts with $5 40c green, cancelled with ‘TAROETOENG/1.11.28.10-11V’ (A1) on cover with Taroetoeng reg label, backstamped with doublecircle ‘BREDA/17XI4V/8/1928’ (A1-). $70 $3

$5 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10

$3 $3 $50 $30 $15 $10 $18

$6

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NETHERLANDS INDIES | Military - World War II Period 3170 *F A 1941 use of 1g purple, 40c green & 5c blue, cancelled with double-circle ‘BATAVIACENTRUM/6.1.41-9/’ (B1), on cover to Ann Arbour, Michigan, USA, sealed at left with ‘DOOR CENSUUR GEOPEND’ tape in black on brown, bearing doublecircle ‘CENSUUR/8.1.41.18/4’ (A1-) & circled ‘DEV./1’ (A1) in red. $80 1943 use of Japan 5s x2 & 10s on long cover from Perdagangan 3171 *V B (poor cancel) to Medan, plain censor label at left tied by Japanese Censor chop. Opened roughly at left. $200 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3172 S A A2 13: of Tegal on 1880s 5c Numerals. $10 3173 S A B2 29: of Kediri on 1880s 10c. $10 3174 S A A2 59: of Bengkalis on 1880s 2c Numerals. $10 3175 S A- A2 91: of Soekaboemi on 1880s 10c. $10 3176 S A A2 108: of Medan on 1880s 12½c. $10 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postmarks 3177 S A A2 Ampenan: squared-circle ‘AMPENAN/11/11/1895’ in blue on 1880s 2c Numerals. $20 3178 S A A2 Soerakarta: squared-circle ‘SOERAKAR[TA]/16/2/1899’ on 1880s 2c Numerals. $8 3179 S C A2 Tanjoeng Balei: squared-circle ‘[TAN]JOENG BALEI/7/3/[18]94’ on 1880s 12½c (repaired corner). $10 NEW GUINEA | German (Deutsch) New Guinea | Postal History 3180 *F A 1906 usage of interesting PPC with view of ship in front of Volcano near Potsdamhafen with 10pf tied by Herbertshohe cds 9/4 06 with Sydney transit cds APR 25 06, nice card. $150 NEW GUINEA | ‘N.W./PACIFIC/ISLANDS’ Overprints 3181 * A A1 1915-16 KGV Single Wmk 5d brown (b) hollow stop after W, SG #72, with damaged shading lines between emu’s feet etc [1LR18] $15 3182 * A B1 - 5d brown (a) hollow stop after W, SG #72, with damaged crown top [1L36] $15 3183 * A C1 - 5d brown (a), SG #72, with break in bottom frame etc [1L3] $15 3184 * A C1 - 5d brown (c), SG #72, with blunt BRC [1L24] $15 3185 * A B1 - 5d brown (c), SG #72, with damaged NE corner - State I [1L59] BW #122o. $25 3186 * A A1 - 5d brown (abc) strip [1L9,15,21], SG #72, bottom unit with break in right frame opposite emu’s neck BW# 122g. $30 3187 * A B1 - 5d brown (abc) strip [1L8,14,20], SG #72. $20 3188 * A B1 - 5d brown (aab) strip [1L6,12,18], SG #72, with hollow dots after W on top stamp and after S on middle stamp. $30 3189 * A B1 - 5d brown (abc) strip [1R9,15,21], SG #72, middle unit with shaved lower left corner BW# 122p. $30 3190 * A B1 - 5d brown (bc) vertical pair [1L48,54], SG #72, lower unit with 2 white flaws left of upper part of 5 in RVT. $20 3191 F A B1 1918-23 Kangaroos 3rd Wmk 9d violet SG 112. $50 NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues 3192 F A B1 1925-28 Village ½d orange, SG #125. $5 3193 W B B1 - 1/- dull blue-green, SG #133, Cat £30, hinge thin. $8 3194 F A B1 1931 Dated Birds Overprinted ‘AIR/MAIL’ 3d blue, SG #167. $4 3195 F A- B1 1932-34 Undated Birds 2½d green, SG #179a, Cat £21, mild horizontal creasing. $10 3196 * A B1 - 2/- dull lake, SG #186. $4 3197 * A B1 - 2/- dull lake pair, SG #186. $6 3198 F A A1 1932-34 Undated Birds ‘AIR/MAIL’ Overprints 1½d claret, SG #192. $5 NEW HEBRIDES (British) | Postal History 3199 *F A 1970 philatelic use to GB of Australian Territories formular aerogramme with 25c on 20c. $8 NEW HEBRIDES (French) | Postage Dues 3200 F A B1 1925 D.L.R. Opts 10c (1d) green, block of 9, SG #FD53, Cat £27, CTO. $20 NEW ZEALAND 1906 Hausburg Reprint 2d black Chalon on thick card. 3201 W A $16 3202 * A B1 1882-1900 Inscribed Postage & Revenue 6d brown P11 SG 243. $90 3203 F A C1 1898 Pictorials No Wmk Perf 12-16 3d yellow-brown, SG #251. $7 3204 F A C1 1907-08 Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14x13½ 3d brown, SG #378, Cat £35. $28 3205 F A B1 1909-16 KEVII Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14x14½ 2d mauve, SG #388. $5 3206 F A B1 1909-16 KEVII Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14 6d carmine, SG #398, Cat £10, with scratch above 2nd I of Dominion. $12 3207 F A B1 1933 Health , SG #553, Cat £17. $15 3208 ** A A1 1938-44 KGVI Definitives 1d scarlet marginal single, SG #605. $3 3209 **/* A A1 - 1d green Plate 115 block of 12 on coarse vertical mesh SG #606 (CP #M2d), unit 10/6 with re-entry, 2 units hinged. $12 3210 **/* A- A1 - 1d green TLC block of 6 [plate 115] on coarse vertical mesh SG #606 (CP #M2d), unit 1/3 with re-entry, top 3 units creased. $8 3211 **/* A A1 - 1d green marginal block of 12 [plate 128] on coarse vertical mesh SG #606 (CP #M2d), unit 1/23 with re-entry. $15 3212 **/* A B1 1938 Health 1d+1d scarlet block of 4, SG #610, Cat £20+, 2 units mtd. $4 3213 **/* A A1 1947-52 KGVI Definitives 2/- brown-orange & green marginal block of 6, SG #688 (CP #M15b) flaws on units 12/3 & 13/1 both retouched CP #MFV15b(e). $65 3214 ** A- A1 1953 Coronation 8d slate-grey, SG #717, in BRC block of 4 with plate number ‘1’, small tone spot. $6 3215 **/* A A1 1953-59 QEII Definitives 1½d brown-lake, SG #725, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘11’, 1 unit hinged. $10

3216 ** A B1 3217 **/* A A1 3218 **/* A A1 3219 ** A A1 3220 **/* A A1 3221 *

A B1

3222 F A C1 3223 **/* A B1 3224 **/* A A1 3225 **/* A A1 3226 ** A A1 3227 ** A A1 3228 *

B B1

3229 **/* A A1 3230 ** A A1 3231 ** A B1 3232 ** A A1 3233 ** A A1 3234 ** A A1 3235 ** A A1 3236 ** A A1 3237 ** A A1 3238 ** A A1 3239 ** A A1

- 3d vermilion Die Ib counter-coil pair ‘6.’ reading up, SG #727, CP #NC1(d). - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘4’, 2 units hinged. - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘26’, 2 units hinged. - 9d brown & bright green plate 1A1A ‘£3’ sheet value block of 4’, SG #731. - 9d brown & bright green, SG #731, in BRC block of 4 with plate number green ‘1B’, brown ‘1B’, 2 units hinged. - 1/- black & carmine horizontal counter-coil pair ‘9’ reading up, SG #732, CP #NC5(b). - 1/- black & carmine Die II, SG #732b, CP #N10b. - 1/9d black & red-orange, white paper, SG #733c, in BRC block of 4 with plate number orange ‘1A’, black ‘2A’, 1 unit hinged. 1955-59 Redrawn QEII Definitives 1½d brown-lake, SG #746, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘8’, 1 unit hinged. - 3d vermilion, white paper, SG #748b, in BLC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘20’, 1 unit hinged. 1956 Southland Centennial 2d deep blue-green, SG #752, in BLC block of 4 with plate no ‘1B’. 1960 Westland Centennial 2d green, SG #778, BLC block of 6 with Harrison imprint. 1960-66 Pictorials ½d part booklet pane (4 units) with number ‘1’ (C&P #W8cY), adhesions on back. 1960-66 Definitives ½d manuka, SG #781, right marginal block of 6 with Chambon perforations - 2d Kowhai-Ngutu-Kaka, SG #783, BLC block of 8 with DLR imprint & plate number ‘2251’ & Chambon perforations. - 3d Kowhai, ordinary paper, SG #785, in BLC block of 8 with DLR imprint & plate numbers ‘2126’ 1965 Parliamentary Conference 9d, SG #836, BRC block of 4 with plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A’. 1967 Decimal Currency 2c Kowhai-Ngutu-Kaka, SG #847, BRC block of 6 with plate numbers ‘1A1A1A2B’, top middle unit has retouch at tip of 2. 1970-76 Definitives Wmk Multi NZ/Star 3c Lichen Moth, SG #918, BLC block of 10 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A2A1A’. - 7c Leather Jacket, SG #922, BLC block of 10 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1B1B1B1B’. 1970-76 Definitives $2 agricultural technology, SG #934, in BRC block of 4 with Courvoisier imprint & ‘1111’ plate numbers. 1976 Christmas 11c Plate ‘1B1B1B1B1B1B’ block of 6, SG #1130, (CP #SC17b6, Cat $15). 1988-95 Native Birds 45c Rock Wren, in self-adhesive block of 4 with plain backing paper (from sheets of 25x8), SG #1463b. 1996 Maori Crafts set SG 1952-7. (6)

NEW ZEALAND | Official Stamps 3240 F A B2 1891-98 Perf 12x11½ 3d brown, SG #L4, Cat £24. 3241 * A A1 1910-16 KEVII Overprinted ‘OFFICIAL’ Vertically 6d carmine, SG O75. 3242 F A A1 1915-27 Perf 14x13½ 1/- vermilion, SG #O105, Cat £13.

$40 $8 $8 $12 $12 $20 $12 $40 $20 $10 $4 $4 $8 $20 $12 $15 $5 $10 $5 $6 $75 $6 $15 $8 $18 $50 $12

NEW ZEALAND | Postal History 1904 inwards PPC from GB to Wellington with very fine double3243 *F A circle ‘TRAVG P.O. NEW PLYMOUTH/1/23FE/04/N.Z’ (A2+) on view side of card. 1941 use of 4/- red arms, cancelled with ‘WAIPUKURAU/ 3244 *V A19NO41 9/NZ’ (B1), on plain cover to San Francisco, California, by air, sealed at left with ‘Opened by Censor in New Zealand.’ tape & bearing ‘PASSED BY CENSOR N.Z./162’ (B1) in purple, some mild creasing. 3245 *F A1946 use of 1/- grey-black & 3d ultramarine & grey pair, cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND/NOON/9DEC/1946/N.Z.’ (A2) machine, on plain air cover to Nicosia backstamped with poor arrival of 24DE46, small closed tear at TRC.

$20

NEW ZEALAND | Flight Covers 1940 New Zealand - USA airmail cover franked with 3/- Mt 3246 *F AEgmont & 6d harvesting cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND C.1./10AM/ 19JUL/1940/N.Z’ machine, bearing boxed ‘NEW ZEALANDU.S.A./AIR MAIL SERVICE/VIA NEW CALEDONIA, CANTON IS./AND HAWAII’ (A1) in purple, NZAC #193e, backstamped with ‘SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.3/JUL24/4PM/1940 - GOLDEN GATE/INTERNATIONAL/EXPOSITION/1940’ (A1) machine, some creasing to top edge

$40

NEW ZEALAND | Postmarks 3247 S A A2 Brightwater: type A ‘N.Z/BRIGHTWATE[R]/1JL9[?]/A’, on 6d Sideface. [Rated 3] PO 25/10/1876; closed 30/3/1992. 3248 S A- A2 Danevirk: type A ‘N.Z/[D]ANEVIR[K]/21JA90/3’, on 2d mauve, slight toned spot at base. [Rated 6] PO 1/2/1875; renamed 3249 D A- B2 3250 S A B2 3251 S A A2

Danevirke PO 1/10/1886.

Glenbrook: type J ‘GLENBROOK/1FE19 2/N.I’, on 3d brown registration envelope cut-out, small closed tear at BRC. [Rated 6] PO 16/11/1912; closed 30/4/1936. Kirikiriroa: type A ‘N.Z/KIRIKIRIROA/20DE93/D’, on 2d mauve with brown ‘FLAG/BRAND/SAUCE’ on reverse. [Rated 6] PO 1/3/ 1872; closed 28/1/1909.

Matatoki: type A ‘N.[Z]/MATATOKI/27OC24/1’, on 1d Dominion. [Rated 5] PO 20/3/1905; closed 30/11/1953.

NEWFOUNDLAND 3252 F A 1937 Coronation 4c carmine, SG #255.

$50

$80

$12 $25 $18 $25 $15 $4


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 NEWFOUNDLAND | Postal History 3253 *F A 1933 use of stampless OHMS cover from Dept Posts & Telegraph to USA, cancelled on SEP18/1933. NIGER (French) 3254 F A A1

1981 Rembrandt set of 6, Sc #C299-304, CTO.

NIGERIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1923-37 3d blue on white ‘THOS. DE LA RUE & CO. PATENT’ 3255 *F Aunder flap size G, HG #C2, uprated with KGV 2d grey, cancelled with oval ‘REGISTERED/2NO25/WARRI.NIGERIA’ (B2). NIGERIA | Postal History 3256 *F A 1947 use of 6d deep purple & 3d black KEVII, cancelled with light double-circle ‘LAGOS/8SP/47/NIGERIA’, on formular Air Letter to Newton Falls, Ohio. 1971 use of 6d stork x2 & 9d parrot, cancelled with poor double3257 *G A circle of 7SP71, on plain cover to London, backstamped with light oval ‘ARMED FORCES INSTITUTE/Date.../IBADAR ??H/* OF NIGERIA *’ (A1-). NIGERIA | Postmarks 3258 S A B2 Folagbade: ‘FOLAGBADE/10DE/[53]/P A’ on 1½d Coronation pair. NIUE 3259 *

B B2

1902 Wmk Single-Lined NZ and Star 1d carmine, no stop after ‘PENI’, SG #9c, toning around edges.

NIUE | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes (Formular) 1970 philatelic use to USA with typed ‘OHMS’ & Niue cds. Very 3260 *V A scarce. NORFOLK ISLAND 3261 ** A A1 1960-62 Pictorials 5/- sepia & deep green, SG #35. 3262 ** A- A1 1960 Surcharges set of 3, SG #37-9, Cat £16, 2/5d has toning on top corners 3263 ** A A1 1960 Christmas 5d SG 41. 3264 * A A1 1970-71 Birds 30c Fantail, SG #114. 3265 F A A1 1973-75 Historic Buildings set of 16, SG #133-48, Cat £13.50, cto. 3266 ** A 1974 UPU set & M/Sheet SG 158-162. (5) 3267 ** A - M/S, SG #162, Cat £20. 3268 ** A A1 1978 Cook’s Northernmost Voyage set of 2 in marginal blocks of 10, with sheet numbers, SG #213-4. 3269 ** A 1980-81 Aircraft set SG 236-51. (16) 3270 ** A 1982 Shipwrecks set SG 287-92. (6) NORTH BORNEO | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3271 ** A 1889 POSTAGE 1c yellow-brown, HG #3, cancelled with red CTO ‘SANDAKAN/22/APR/1891’ (B1). NORTHERN RHODESIA | Postal History 3272 *F B 1935 use of 3d ultramarine pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘LUANSHYA/30AP3512—0PM/N.RHODESIA’ (B1) on air cover to London, opened a little roughly. 1948 use of long stampless OHMS cover cancelled by 3273 *F A‘NAMWALA. N.R./6SEPB48’ addressed to the Animal Husbandry Offices, Mazabuka also bearing poor oval handstamp of same date, cover clipped open at right & with a strong vertical fold. NORWAY | Postal History 1914 use of 10ø Independence, cancelled with light double3274 *F Acircle ‘LOEN I NORDFJORD/15VII[1]4/*’ (A1-), on black & white PPC of ‘Norge - Gudvangen, Sogn’, to Bush Hill Park, Middlesex, England, slight discolouration at left edge. 3275 *F A 1930 use of 20ø red Olaf II & 10ø green, cancelled with poor double-circle Bureáu amb Oslo IV, on Harald Eitzens cover to Belgium bearing circled ‘69’ handstamp, with Mercury & globe logo on reverse. 3276 *F C 1932 use of 15ø brown, cancelled with ‘BUREAU DE MER/DE NORVEGE/21.1.32/BERGEN-NEWCASTLE’ (B2), on plain cover to Shirley, Birmingham, with wax ‘CONSULAT D’ITALIA IN BERGEN/[arms]’ seal on reverse, several closed tears & a bit grubby. 3277 *F A1938 use of 30ø blue x2, 20ø red & 15ø grey-brown tourism set, cancelled with double-circle ‘HORTEN/10.8.38/VERDI’ (A1), on plain air cover to Calvados, France, with Horten reg label, backstamped with ‘LA RIVIERE - ST SAUVEUR/7*/12-8/38/ CALVADOS’ (B1), backflap has large closed tears. 1940 use of 30ø blue & 15ø brown-olive, cancelled with 3278 *F A‘OSLO/17.1.40.13-16/Br, - BRUK/DRONNING MAUD/MERKER’ (A1) slogan, on plain air cover to London, 15ø has torn TRC, couple of small closed tears at top. 3279 *V A1945 use of 40ø Soldiers on skis, cancelled with double-circle ‘SKJOLDEHAMM/12XI45’ (A2) on registered cover. [Skjoldehamm is within the arctic circle] 1957 use of 65ø & 35ø Geofysisk & 10ø green-slate Posthorn 3280 *F A x3, cancelled with double-circle ‘STAVANGER/22·8·57/B.K.’ (A1), on registered cover to London, GB, with black & red registration label. OBOCK 3281 *

A B1

3282 *

A B1

1892 Straight ‘OBOCK’ on French Colonies 5c green on pale green, SG #13, Cat £18. 1892 Peace & Commerce 1c, 2c, 4c (used), 10c, 15c, SG #59, Cat £18, all with odd faults.

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ORANGE FREE STATE | Military - Boer War Period 1900: use of 1d VRI opt pair, right unit showing Thick V, 3283 *F B cancelled with doubled ‘ARMY P.O. 45/SP4/00/S.AFRICA’ (C1), $40 on plain cover from Queenstown Volunteer Rifles to Queenstown, Cape Colony, backflap bears a military seal with $3 legend ‘TEMBULAND 1877·8 MOIROSI 1880·81’ for the 9th Xhosa War & Gun War (Basutoland) respectively, generalised toning. $12

$10

$6 $7 $5

ORANGE FREE STATE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3284 S A B2 4: of Fauresmith on 1868 1d red-brown. [Rated 150 by Putzel] 3285 S A A2 5: of Smithfield on 1878 4d. 3286 S A A2 8: of Boshof on 1868 1d red-brown. 3287 S A A2 - in red of Boshof on 1883 2d mauve. 3288 S A B1 9: ‘9.’ of Jacobsdal on 1894 1d purple 3289 S A B1 11: of Bethlehem on 1868 6d rose. 3290 S A A2 14: of Edenburg on 1868 1d red-brown. 3291 S A B2 16: of Brandfort on 1894 1d purple 3292 S A B2 18: of Ficksburg on 1883 2d mauve. 3293 S A B2 19: of Reddersburg on 1894 1d purple 3294 S A C2 21: of Ventersburg on 1868 1d red-brown 3295 S A A2 24: in red of Heilbron on 1883 2d mauve. 3296 S A B2 25: of Frankfort on 1888 2d Surcharge 3297 S A B2 26: of Bultfontein on 1888 2d Surcharge 3298 S A A2 29: ‘29’ of Senekal on 1868 1d red-brown. 3299 S A A2 30: on 1896 ½d Surcharge 3300 S A B2 BE: of Bloemfontein on 1883 ½d. 3301 S A A2 Y: of Dewetsdorp on 1894 1d purple

$75 $10 $5 $5 $5 $10 $10 $10 $10 $10 $5 $20 $15 $20 $5 $5 $15 $10 $10

$25 ORANGE RIVER COLONY | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3302 S A A2 1392: Boxed Numeral of Bloemfontein on ½d KEVII. $4 3303 S A A2+ 1396: Boxed Numeral of Bloemfontein on ½d KEVII. PAKISTAN | Postal History $14 3304 *F A1957 use of 12a green airmail envelope, uprated with 1a $4 carmine-pink pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘LAHORE/ $4 15JAN57/430 M/?’ (B1), to London, o/o for display, with rough left edge. $10 PALESTINE | Postal History $20 * 1940 use of 50m purple, 15m blue & 10m grey, cancelled with $20 3305 F A oval ‘REGISTERED/B/1DE40/JERUSALEM’ (B1) on air cover to Sydney, NSW with blue registration label, sealed at left with ‘PC $8 22./OPENED BY/CENSOR./69/13833’ label & hexagonal $15 ‘PALESTINE/PASSED BY/CENSOR/I.23’ (B1) in blue. $4 1942 use of 50m deep dull purple & 10m grey, cancelled with 3306 *F A ‘TEL-AVIV/10AM/17FEB/1942’ machine, on air cover to New Barnet, Herts, GB. $55 PAPUA 3307 * A1906-07 Small Overprint 1/- black & orange, vertical wmk, SG 44, few creases. 3308 F A- B1 1916-31 Bicolour Lakatoi, P14 1½d grey-blue & brown, Wmk $16 Crown to right of A, SG #95aw, aged paper. 3309 F A- B1 1932-40 Pictorials short set to 6d, SG #130-7, Cat £36, ½d & 3d have slight hinge thins. (8) 3310 F A B1 1939 Air short set to 5d, SG #163-5, Cat £15.

$26 $9

| Flight Covers $25 PAPUA * 1938 Empire Airmail Scheme Phillips cover to Port Moresby, 3311 V A very fine ‘RETURNED/TO/WRITER’ hand (Rated E) in TLC.

$50

PAPUA | Postmarks 3312 * A B2 Abau: 29mm ‘’ABA[U]/10AP38/PAPUA’ (Lee #91) alongside 2d cancelled with Abau of 25AP■8 on Freshwater cover to $8 England. PO 14/2/1919; closed 14/2/1942. 3313 * A B2 Daru: 29mm ‘DARU/2?AU34/[P]APUA’ (Lee #47) alongside 2d cancelled with 2nd strike, Freshwater cover to England. RO c.1893; PO c.1894; closed 14/2/1942. $10 PAPUA NEW GUINEA 3314 V A A1 1968-69 Shells set, SG 137-51. (15) 3315 ** A A1 - set SG 137-51. (15) $30 3316 ** A A1 1982-85 Corals short set to 3k (14), SG #438-51, Cat £13. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postage Dues 3317 V A A1 1960 set CTO SG D2-6. (5) $25

$10 $40

$10 $16 $18

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | First Day Covers 1969 Instruments set of 4 on unaddressed illustrated cover, 3318 *V A cancelled with ‘MOUNT HAGEN/20OC69/T.P.&N.G.’. 3319 *V A 1973 Stamps 9c Lakatoi on unaddressed illustrated FDC, cancelled with ‘75th ANNIVERSARY/[lakatoi]/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/24OCT.1973/OF STAMPES IN PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ (A1-). 3320 *V A 1975 South Pacific Games set of 4 on unaddressed FDC, cancelled with ‘FIFTH SOUTH PACIFIC GAMES - GUAM/ [runner]/2.AUG.75/PORT MORESBY’ (A1). 1976 Ships set of 4 on unaddressed FDC, cancelled with 3321 *V A ‘SHIPS OF THE 1930s/[anchor]/PORT MORESBY 21JAN.1976’ (A1). 3322 *V A 1976 Bougainville Art set of 4 on unaddressed FDC, cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY BOUGAINVILLE ART/[logo]/ 17MARCH1976’ (A1). 3323 *V A 1976 Dwellings set of 4 on unaddressed FDC, cancelled with ‘PAPUA NEW GUINEA PORT MORESBY/[hut]/9·6·76’ (A1). 1976 Tropical Fish set of 4 on unaddressed FDC, cancelled 3324 *V A with ‘PAPUA NEW GUINEA TROPICAL FISH/[fish]/PORT MORESBY·10OCT1976’ (A1-). 3325 *V A 1976 William Ross 7c on unaddressed illustrated FDC cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 28.10.76.

$5 $5

$5

$50 $25 $80 $4

$18 $18 $10 $25 $7 $85

$5

$5 $5 $12 $6 $7 $9 $5


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Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1977 Headdress K1 & K2 values on unaddressed FDC, cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY · PAPUA NEW GUINEA/ [headdress]/12.1.77/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1). 1977 Birds set of 5 on unaddressed FDC, cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY PNG/[bird]/8JUNE1977/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1). 1979 Moths set of 5 on unaddessed FDC, cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY PAPUA NEW GUINEA 29 AUGUST 1979/[moth]/ FLORA & FAUNA ISSUE’ (A1) commemorative handstamp.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Commemorative Covers 3329 * A A1 1972 New Britian Show ‘NEW BRITAIN/SHOW KOKOPO/ [mountain]/PNG 3.6.72’ on 7c Turtle on cover to Flemington, Vic. 3330 *V A A1 1973 World Telecommunication Day ‘17MAY1973/WORLD/ TELECOMMUNICATION/DAY/PORT MORESBY-PNG’ on 7c Telecommunication on unaddressed souvenir cover. 3331 *V A A1 1973 Western District Show ‘WESTERN DISTRICT SHOW/ [map]/DARU·PNG 15·9·73’ on 7c Coastal Village on unaddressed souvenir cover. 3332 *V A A1 1973 National Day ‘[Bird of Paradise]/NATIONAL DAY/15 SEP. 1973’ on 7c Bird on unaddressed souvenir cover. 3333 *V A A1 1973 Morobe Show ‘MOROBE SHOW/[dancer]/LAE/PNG/2021/10/73’ on 7c Shell on unaddressed souvenir cover. 3334 * A A1 1974 Papuan Agricultural Show ‘PAPUAN AGRICULTURAL SHOW/[Tractor]/15-16JUNE1974/PORT MORESBY’, on 10c Cassowary, on unaddressed illustrated souvenir cover. 3335 * A A1 1975 Western Highlands Show ‘WESTERN HIGHLANDS SHOW/[headdress]/MT. HAGEN/1-3 AUG. 1975’ on 10t coin on unaddressed Souvenir cover. 3336 * A A1 1975 World Stamp Expo ‘PAPUA NEW GUINEA/WORLD STAMPS/7-19.8.1975/EXPOSITION/TOKYO’ on 20t South Pacific Games, on unaddressed Souvenir Cover. 3337 * A A1 1975 United Church ‘LOTU I STAP/WAN HANDET/YIA/NAU/ 1875/1975/Rabaul,/PNG, 15-8-1975/UNITED CHURCH, NEW GUINEA ISLANDS REGION’ on 10t Tami Two Master Morobe, on unaddressed Souvenir cover 3338 * A A1 1975 Morobe Agricultural Show ‘MOROBE AGRICULTURAL SHOW/LAE[flower]/17-19 OCT.1975’ on 10t Hunter, on unaddressed Souvenir cover. 3339 *V A A1 1976 Language Work ‘TWENTY YEARS LANGUAGE WORK/ [logo]/UKARUMPA/23·10·76/Papua New Guinea’ on 7t Rabaul on unaddressed illustrated cover. 3340 * A A1- 1977 Morobe Agricultural Show ‘25th ANNIVERSARY/ [palm]/11-12-13 JUNE 1977/PORT MORESBY AGRICULTURAL SHOW’ on 7t Goura Victoria on unaddressed Souvenir Cover. 3341 * A A1 1977 Christian Book Fair ‘CHRISTIAN BOOK FAIR/ LAE[crucifix]1977/13-17 JUNE 1977/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on 7t Royal Visit on unaddressed illustrated cover. 3342 * A A1 1977 Regional Telecommunications Conference ‘SOUTH PACIFIC TELECOMMUNICATIONS CONFERENCE/[logo]/ JULY 11- JULY 16 1977/PORT MORESBY’ on 7t Coastal Village on unaddressed Souvenir cover. 3343 * A A1 1977 Girl Guides ‘50th ANNIVERSARY of GIRL GUIDES in PAPUA NEW GUINEA/[logo]/1927-1977/18-25 AUG. 1977/ PORT MORESBY’ on 7t Girl Guides on unaddressed Souvenir cover. 3344 * A A1 1979 Papuan Philatelic Society ‘PAPUAN PHILATELIC SOCIETY/[Bird of Paradise]/Silver Jubilee/1954-1979/6OCT 1979/PORT MORESBY - PNG’, on 15t Butterfly on unaddressed Souvenir cover. 3345 * A A1 - ‘PAPUAN PHILATELIC SOCIETY/[bird]/Silver Jubilee/19541979/6OCT1979/PORT MORESBY - PNG’ on 15c Butterfly on unaddressed souvenir cover. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postal History 1955 Commercial Airmail cover to Aden via Australia with fine 3346 *F A Aden GPO cds 20 MY 55 on reverse. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Flight Covers 3347 * A A1 1976 First Survey Flight Anniversary ‘50th ANNIVERSARY 1926-1976/DARU/[plane]/29SEPT.1976/FIRST SURVEY FLIGHT’ on 10t Flight & 20t Canoe Racing on official souvenir cover. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postmarks 3348 * A A1 Boroko: ‘BOROKO/2P12JY63/T.P. & N.G.’ (arcs 13,11½), on 3c butterfly, on plain cover to Kew, Vic. PO 20/6/1957. 3349 * A A1- - ‘BOROKO/12JE70/T.P. & N.G.’, on 15c Shell BLC pair, on cover to North Balwyn, Vic with red registration label. 3350 * A B1- - ‘BOROKO/17DE75/T.P. & N.G.’, on 40t Canoes, on air cover to South Yarra, Vic, with provisional red registration label. PO 20/6/ 3351 * A A1 3352 * A A1 3353 * A A1 3354 * A A1 3355 * A A1 3356 * A A1

1957.

Buin: ‘BUIN/28JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. - ‘BUIN/16JY79/PNG’ on 15t on cover to South Yarra, Vic redirected to Mt. Eliza. Bundi: ‘BUNDI/12NO65/T.P. & N.G.’, on 6d South Pacific Conference, on cover to Waverton, NSW. PO 7/5/1965. - ‘BUNDI/19FE69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 1c & 4c Higher Education on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Cape Rodney: ‘CAPE RODNEY/18FE69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Human Rights on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 28/6/1967; closed 30/8/1990.

Daru: ‘DARU/13OC69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Tito Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 30/10/1945.

$15 $18 $10

3357 * A A1

Finschhafen: ‘FINSCHHAFEN/10MR69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Human Rights on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO

3358 * A A1

Hula: ‘HULA/1MY76/PNG’ (First Day) on 40c fishing canoe, mss “HULA” on provisional registration label, to Erskineville, NSW.

3359 * A A1 3360 * A A1 3361 * A A1

$5 $10

3362 * A A13363 * A A1-

$10

3364 * A A1

$10

3365 * A A1-

$10

3366 * A A1-

$5

3367 * A B1

$10 $10

3368 * 3369 * 3370 * 3371 *

$10 $10 $5 $10 $10

3372 * 3373 *

3376 *

$10 3378 * A A13379 * A A13380 * A A1 $10 $5

3381 * A 3382 * A A1

$85

PO 3/9/1974; closed 31/12/1992.

$30

Kainantu: ‘KAINANTU/25JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 20/5/1953. - ‘KAINANTU/11AP83/P.N.G.’ Type KN-4, on registered cover to Berlin, Germany. - ‘KAINANTU/8MA-4AU93/PNG’ on 45t River Steamer on air cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Kawito: ‘KAWITO/22FE69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Human Rights on cover to North Balwyn. PO 1/11/1968; closed 29/5/1975. Kerema: ‘KEREMA/5JE73/T.P. & N.G.’ on 30c Shell & 7c Telecommunications on cover to Erskineville, NSW, with provisional red registration label, redirected to Port Moresby. PO 3/3/1947.

Kimbe: ‘KIMBE/17MR72/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’, on 7c Dancer, on cover to Flemington, Vic. Kiunga: ‘KIUNGA/29JY70/T.P. & N.G.’ on 5c Bird on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 24/6/1970. Koitamata: ‘KOITAMATA/22JE70/T.P. & N.G.’ (Opening Day) on 5c Bird, on cover to North Balwyn. Renamed from Kaugere PO 22/6/

1970; closed 15/2/1971.

1/7/1955.

- ‘KONEDOBU/1/31OC77/PNG.’, on 9t Fire Dancers & 1t Wood Carver on cover to South Yarra, Vic. A- A1- Lae: ‘LAE/18AU67/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’, on 25c Butterfly, on registered domestic cover with red & black registration label, some slight toning. PO 1/3/1946. A A1 Lombrum: ‘LOMBRUM/1NO74/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ (first day) on 40t Canoe on registered cover, with red provisional registration label. Renamed from H.M.A.S. Tarangau PO 1/11/1974;

3377 * A A1-

$10

$10

Kokoda: ‘KOKODA/14JY67/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’, on 5c Butterfly, on domestic air letter. PO 20/2/1947. A B1 - ‘KOKODA/4FE69/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’, on stampless OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. A B1 - ‘KOKODA/4FE69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’, on 5c Human Rights, on cover to North Balwyn, Vic A B1 - ‘KOKODA/2OC69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’, on 5c Iko Myth, on cover to North Balwyn, Vic A A1+ Kokopo: ‘KOKOPO/2OC69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’, on stampless OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 1/3/1947. A A1 - ‘KOKOPO/2OC69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’, on 5c Iko Myth, on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. A A1 Konedobu: ‘KONEDOBU/8A21JA74/PAPUA & NEW GUINEA’, on 5c Shell & 7c Communication, on cover to South Yarra. PO

3374 * A A1 3375 *

15/9/1948.

3383 * A A1

$8 $8 $6 $8

$20 $5 $6 $30 $5 $4 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $8

closed 17/6/1992.

$20

Renamed from Manus PO 18/1/1951.

$10

Lorengau: ‘LORENGAU/11SE69/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’ on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic with straight-line ‘POSTMASTER, LORENGAU’ (A1-) handstamp in purple - ‘LORENGAU/11SE69/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’, on 5c Tito myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Mendi: ‘MENDI/2JY68/T.P.&N.G.’ (arcs 11,11 G&H #ME-2) on 5c Headdress on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 31/1/1958. Mount Hagen: 2 covers - [1] ‘MOUNT HAGEN/14SE71/T.P. & N.G.’, on 9c Coconut Harvesting, on cover to Leeds, Yorkshire; [2] ‘MOUNT HAGEN/3/24FE99/PNG.’ on 1k & 50t Kayaking World Cup on registered cover to Springe, Germany with provisional registration label. PO 16/2/1953. Port Moresby: 1955 Stampless cover to Buin with fine Postage Paid at Port Moresby of 4OCT55. Wau: ‘WAU/28JA70/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn. PO 14/1/1946. West Goroka: ‘WEST GOROKA/2MY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 26/6/1967; closed 24/12/1970.

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Registration Labels 3384 Port Moresby Philatelic Bureau: type 1B red & black labels x3, 1 with curly N, 2 with seriffed N, one of which has TP&NG at $10 base. PITCAIRN ISLANDS 3385 * A A1 1969-75 Pictorials short set to 40c, SG #94-106, Cat £11. $5 3386 * A A1 1971 Polynesian Pitcairn set of 4, SG #116-9. PITCAIRN ISLANDS | Postal History $10 3387 *F A 1956 use of KGVI Pictorial set (SG1-8), cancelled with doublecircle ‘PITCAIRN ISLAND/MR21/56’ (A2-), on plain long cover to New Zealand, 1/- violet & grey seems to have become dislodged $10 & is missing. | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $5 POLAND 1921-22 Inland Arms 2m green on buff, 98mm heading, HG 3388 *F A #38, cancelled with Lwow machine of 11VII21, to Buffalo, New $5 York. $5 POLAND | Postmarks 3389 * B A2+ Ziegenhals: double-circle ‘ZIEGENHALS-NEZAMISTITZ/ $8 18V17/75’ on 8h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. PORTUGAL $8 3390 F A B1 1882-84 Luis I P11½ 20R pink Mi 62. PORTUGAL | Postal History $5 3391 *F A 1956 use of 50c black & 1.50e red on yellow x2, cancelled with poor double-circle Lisbon of 19.5.56, on cover advertising Philips Radio, addressed to London.

$10 $6

$12 $30 $8 $15

$5 $6 $4

$50

$5 $12 $6

$35


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 QATAR 3392 ** A A1 RHODESIA 3393 F A B1 3394 F A B1 3395 F A B1 3396 F A B1 3397 F A A2 3398 F A- A1 3399 F B B4 3400 F A A1 3401 V A A1 3402 F A A1

$15

1896-97 Scroll Behind Legs Die I 6d mauve & pink, Type I (Scroll behind legs), Die I, SG #33, Cat £19. 1909-11 Surcharges 10d on 3/- deep violet, surcharge in black, SG #117, Cat £16. 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die III Perf 14 Cream Paper 4d black & orange-red, SG #261. - 10d blue & red, SG #270, Cat £50. - 2/- black & brown, SG #273, Cat £15. - 2/- black & yellow-brown, SG #273a, Cat £140, aged appearance. - 3/- chestnut & light blue, SG #274b, Cat £160, with printer’s mark, small tear at top & small water stain. 1922-24 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 White Paper 1½d brown-ochre, SG #287. 1967-68 Dual Currency 2/- on 20c Aloe, SG #411. 1971 Granite ‘71 complete set of 4, SG #465-8.

SEYCHELLES $15 3427 * A- C1

RHODESIA | Postmarks 3404 * A- A1 Belingwe: double-circle ‘BELINGWE/26APR1979’, cancelling 5c citrine, on KLUUN Transitional period postcard, small dent at central top edge 3405 * A C1 Mount Silinda: double-circle ‘MOUNT SILINDA/2/17DEC1966/ RHODESIA’, cancelling 3d kudu on plain cover to Maseru, Lesotho. RHODESIA & NYASALAND 3406 V A A1 1962 London - Rhodesia Airmail set of 3, SG #40-2. RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1983 5k blue, uprated with 20k ship vertical pair, cancelled with 3407 *F AMoscow cds of 3128318 to Newtown, Tasmania, some light creasing. RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal History 3408 *F A1962 use of 1k brown, 4k red x2 & 10k orange (Mi#2434,2437,2439) cancelled by bilingual Odessa cds of 14.5.62 on registered Black Sea State Steamship Line envelope to Singapore, backstamped with bilingual Bangkok GPO of 15.6.62 & Singapore cds of 23JUN62, strong vertical crease. RUSSIA - Federated Republic (1992 onwards) | Postal History 3409 *F A 1993 use of 1992 50K blue aerogramme uprated with 15K dark brown & 7.00 Chechnya cinderella, cancelled with cyrillic cds of 10 06 93 & Grozny 3 registration handstamp in black. ST. HELENA 3410 F A B3

1864-80 Wmk Crown/CC 1/- deep yellow-green, Type B, SG #18, Cat £130, typical poor perfs.

ST. LUCIA | Postal History 3411 *F A1957 use of 25c arms, 15c brown & 4c grey QEII, cancelled with double-circle ‘G.P.O. CASTRIES/11.-AM/22AU/57/ST. LU[CIA]’, on air cover to London, slight tear at TRC. ST. VINCENT 3412 W A C2

1861 No Wmk Rough to Intermediate Perf 14-16 1d rose-red, SG #1, Cat £50 as mint. 3413 F A C2 - 1d rose-red, SG #1, Cat £14. 3414 W A C2 1871 Wmk Small Star Rough Perf 14-16 1d black, SG #15, Cat £60 as mint. 3415 V A C2 1875-78 Wmk Small Star Perf 111-12½x15 1d black thick paper, SG #22, Cat £11, light red cancel. ST. VINCENT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3416 *** A 1913 1d carmine on buff, HG #9. SAMOA 3417 ** A B1 3418 *

A B1

1920 NZ Victory Opts ½d green in block of 4, SG #143, Cat £16, with flawed A in overprint on BLC unit 1935 Silver Jubilee 1d lake, P14x14½, SG #177a, Cat £95.

SIERRA LEONE $50 3430 * A B1

$25

$80

SIERRA LEONE | Postal History 1933 use of ½d Abolition on untaxed cover to UK, cancelled on 3433 *F B DE13/33.

$15

$10

SINGAPORE 3434 * A A1 $5 3435 ** A A1

1970 Shipping set SG 143-5 Cat £17. (3) 1973 Flowers & Fruit $10 pineapple, SG #224, strong diagonal crease.

$70

$7 $5

SINGAPORE | First Day Covers $10 3436 *V A 1961 National Day set of 2, SG #61-2, on official illustrated FDC, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/3JUN61/C’ (B1) with neat typed address. $4 SINGAPORE | Postal History 1993 60c meter of ‘SINGAPORE/8.4.93’ (A1), on Toyotron air 3437 *V A cover to Noble Park, Vic. $5 SINGAPORE | Flight Covers 1953 Pan Am first flight from Singapore to San Francisco, 3438 *G A intermediate cover to Saigon, ‘SAIGON R.P/13.00/28-5/1953/ VIETNAM’ machine arrival.

$25

SLOVAKIA | Postal History 3439 *F A 1998 use of 10s ship & 6s Budatin, cancelled with light machine $7 of 12.12.98, addressed to Norfolk Island, backstamped with ‘NORWICH - SCM/16DEC/1998/3 - NORFOLK’ machine, missent to UK.

$20

SOLOMON ISLANDS $20 3440 W A B1 1907 Large Canoes 1d rose carmine SG 2. 3441 F A B1 1922-31 KGV Wmk Script CA 6d dull & bright purple, SG #47, Cat £27. $70 SOMALIA (Italian) 3442 ** A C1 3443 ** A B1 $20

1926-30 Definitives 50c slate & brown, SG #93, Cat £18. 1931 Definitives 25c green & 50c bright violet, SG #152-3, Cat £18.50.

SOMALIA (Italian) | Postal History 1935 use of 50c violet, cancelled with double-circle ‘POSTA 3444 *F AMILITARE/8.7.35XIII/* NUMERO 98 *’ (A1), on plain cover to $20 Cagliari, includes letter in Italian, small closed tear at top & some $12 light discolouration. $30 SOMALIA (Italian Trust Territory) $10

3445 *

A B1

SOUTH AFRICA $6 3446 F A B1 3447 **/* A A1 $20 $70

$15

1949 Scenes 100L Mi 421 Cat €110.

$20

$8 $10

$30

SAN MARINO | First Day Covers 1953 Flowers set on five illustrated FDC’s Mi 503-11, 3425 *V A unaddressed.

$15

1896-97 QV Wmk Crown/CA 5/- green & carmine, SG #52, Cat £65, MVLH. $5 $4 SIERRA LEONE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1881-83 QV With Frame 1½d grey on buff, HG #2. $5 3431 *** A 3432 *** A- 1d+1d carmine-rose, unframed, some light toning.

SAMOA | First Day Covers 1935 Pictorials 1d on official illustrated cover, address has been 3420 *V Apartly bleached out. SAMOA | Postal History 3421 *F A1944 use of USA 6c red Airmail, cancelled with ‘PAGO PAGO/ OCT25/9AM/1944/SAMOA - 4’ (B1), on plain cover to Kansas, Missouri, with circled ‘PASSED/BY CENSOR/[initials]/American/ Samoa’, staple hole. 1945 use of US 15c brownish red air, cancelled with ‘PAGO 3422 *F A PAGO/JUL3/4PM/1945/SAMOA’ (A1) machine, on plain cover to Kansas City, Missouri, by airmail, sealed at left with plain brown tape & circular ‘PASSED/BY CENSOR/American/Samoa’ (A1) in blue. 1974 use of 2s & 10s shells x2 cancelled with ‘APIA/11DE742/ 3423 *F AWESTERN SAMOA’ on registered air cover to Wellington, NZ.

1893 Surcharges 45c on 48c ochre & green, SG #20, Cat £29, couple of toned perfs.

$15 SEYCHELLES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1890-93 QV 4c+4c carmine on buff, HG #4. 3428 ** A $4 $35 SEYCHELLES | Postal History 1910 use of 3c green pair, on Ohashi PPC of ‘Trois Frères $15 3429 *V AMountain, View from Bel Air Road, Mahé, Seychelles’ to Tasmania, endorsed “Via Diego Suarez” (Madagascar). $85

SAMOA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1914 G.R.I Surcharges ½d on 5pf+½d on 5pf, HG #I3, slightly 3419 *** B trimmed at base, unused.

SAN MARINO 3424 ** A A1

SAN MARINO | Maximum Cards 3426 *F A 1944 Workers Housing Fund 20L+10L St Marinus Mi 311 tied to Maxim card by San Marino cds 31 8 1952.

1967 Ships set of 6, SG #222-7, Cat £13.5.

RHODESIA | Postal History 3403 *F A 1967 use of 3d Kudu cancelled by double-circle ‘GOROMONZI/1/29MAY67/RHODESIA’ on cover to Lesotho

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3448 *

A A1

3449 *

A A1

3450 V 3451 * 3452 ** 3453 **

A A1 A A1 A A B1

3454 F A A1 3455 F A B1 3456 ** A A1

$50

3457 ** A A1

$5 $5

$25 $27 $16 $16

$70

1950 Pictorials 3s, 5s & 10s air, SG #252-4, Cat £76.

$25

1926-27 Pictorials 6d green & orange pair SG 32. 1930-45 Pictorials ½d black & green, showing two Afrikaans stamps se-tenant, SG #42a. 1933-48 Pictorials, Rotogravure, Hyphenated 1/- Wildebeest pair, SG #62, Cat £50. 1938 Voortrekker Memorial Fund 1½d+1½d chocolate & bluegreen pair, SG #78, Cat £20. - 1½d & 3d in pairs, SG #78-9, Cat £18. - 3d + 3d bright blue pair, SG #79, Cat £20. 1947-54 Pictorials 2/6d green & brown marginal pair SG 121. 1954 Animals set as marginal singles, SG #151-64, Cat £32, 1/3d has crease, some units mounted in margins. (14) 1972-74 No Watermark 1r Bird of Paradise (flower), SG #325. 1974 Flora & Fauna short set to 50c, SG #348-362, Cat £11. (15) 1987 Bible Society set of 3 in TRC blocks of 4, SG #626-8, with colour controls. 1988 Lighthouses set of 4, SG #649-52, in TRC blocks of 4, with colour controls

$35 $30 $40 $16 $15 $20 $20 $14 $5 $10 $5 $10

SOUTH AFRICA | Postage Dues 3458 * A B1 1932-42 Value Typographed 2d black & deep purple pair, SG #D23, Cat £22. $60 SOUTH AFRICA | Revenues $22 3459 * A B1 KGV: 5/- brown & black.

$85

SOUTH AFRICA | Postal History $40 3460 *F B 1940 telegram & envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘GERMISTON/13APRA40’ (B1).

$30

$25

$20


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3462 *F A 3463 *F C 3464 *F B

3465 *F A

Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 1940’s unused bilingual OHMS envelope with Use Paper Sparingly slogan at base, bearing bilingual oval ‘ POSTMASTER/OFFISIEEL VRY/OFFICIAL FREE/KAAPSTAD CAPETOWN’ (B2-), vertical crease at left. 1940s Censor Cover to Canada with Department of Defence Official Free frank for Miltary Hospital Cullinan, fine censor mail cover. 1941 use of ½d grey-black & blue-green strip of 3, cancelled with ‘PRETORIA/18XII41-13:00/+’ (A1) machine, on plain cover to Hanbury, Worcestershire, some creasing & toning. 1947 use of 27 strikes of 1/- meter in red with 1 strike of 6d meter in red, cancelled with ‘JOHANNESBURG/3V47’ (A1) in red, on large cover to Melbourne, Vic, by air, extensive creasing due to thick contents. [Extraordinary rate of £1/7/6d - 10½-11oz rate (22 times the base rate of 1/3d).] 1952 van Riebeeck Tercentenary set on registered illustrated FDC, cancelled with double-circle ‘VAN RIEBEECK/14IIIA52’ (A1), to Montreal, Canada and then returned as left address.

SOUTH AFRICA | Military - Boer War Period 1900: use of plain envelope endorsed “Stamps Not Obtainable/ 3466 *V AFrom 3545 Corporal J Morrison 1st/Gordon Hrs” (1st Gordon Highlanders), cancelled with ‘LONDON/SL/PAID/2MR00’ (A1-) in red with black single ‘T’ overstamped with barred circle ‘FB’, to Aberdeen, Scotland, backstamped with double-circle ‘AB[ERDE]EN/12M/MR3/00/4’ (A2), part flap removed, reduced at top. 3467 *V B - use of plain envelope endorsed “Stamps not available”, cancelled on arrival with ‘LONDON/PAID/T/19MY00’ (A1) in red & bearing ‘T’ (A1), addressed from “2nd Batt Kings Royal Rifles/ Field force/South africa” & to England, backstamped with ‘DEAL/ 330PM/MY19/00’ (A2-), strong vertical crease, mild creasing to right edge & closed tear at top right. 3468 *F B B1 1901: ‘FIELD POST OFICE/44/JY26/01/BRITISH ARMY S. AFRICA’ (B1), on “No stamps available” cover from a Captain of the Royal Irish Rifles, bears ‘LONDON E.C./AE/PAID/16AU01’ (A2) in red, backstamped with ‘HASTINGS/?15AM/AU17/01/ STATION OFFICE’ (B1) arrival, some mild toning. SOUTH-WEST AFRICA (German) | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3469 *** A 1897 ‘Südwest-Afrika’ Hyphenated 10+10pf cramine, HG #R4. SOUTH WEST AFRICA 3470 V A 1937 Mail Train horizontal language pair, SG #96. 3471 ** A B1 1962-63 Pictorials No Wmk 3½c fishing, SG #190, Cat £13.

$7 $75 $5

$60 $8

$90

$50

$70 $20 $3 $10

SOUTH WEST AFRICA | Postal History 3472 *F A 1922 use of South Africa 2d on local cover, cancelled with double-circle ‘WINDHOEK/2MAR22/1215PM/S.W.A’ (A1).

$12

SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1947 6d dark greenish grey wmk ‘KENT VALE/PARCHMENT/7’, 3473 *** A HG #FG3.

$30

SPAIN | Postal History 3474 *F A1853 stampless entire to Gibraltar, cancelled with poor red Cadiz of 10/JUL/1853. 3475 *F A1937 use of 10c Mariana Pineda plus Alicante 5c local on cover to London, violet triple-oval ‘COMUNICACIONES/CONTROL OFICIAL/VALENCIA’ (A1+) on face, damaged flap.

$30 $70

SUDAN | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1964 Animals 4p, HG #FG4, uprated with 10m cotton picking to 3476 *F AEngland.

$6

SUDAN | Postal History 3477 *F A 1956 use of 5m black & plum, cancelled with bilingual ‘HAFTR/ 21.5.56/’ (B1), on plain cover backstamped with bi-lingual ‘OMDURMAN/MAILS/2JUN56/’ (A1-) arrival.

$5

SURINAM 3478 F A B1 3479 F A B1 3480 * A A1

1892 Wilhelmina set of 6, SG #63-8, Cat £20. 1909 Rouletted 13½ 5c red, SG #104. 1931 Child Welfare set of 4, SG #225-8, Cat £16.

$14 $5 $12

SWAZILAND | Postal History 1963 use of 2½c ceremonial head-dress, cancelled with double3481 *F Acircle ‘GOEDGEGUN/23III1963/SWAZILAND’ (B1), on plain cover to Cape Town, South Africa, couple of very light tone spots. $16 SWEDEN 3482 F A- C2 1862-63 Lion and Arms 3ö brown type I, Mi #14I, Cat €400. $100 3483 F A B2 1931 Royal Palace 5kr green, Mi #215a, Cat €10 rough perfs on left. $4 3484 * A B1 1939 Academy 30ö, Mi #274, Cat €25. $4 SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3485 *F A1880-87 Arms With Arches Border 6ö violet on cream, HG #11, cancelled with ‘HELSINGBORG/16/12.1.82’ (A1-), to Copenhagen, 2 holes punched at right, some light staining. $4 1914-18 Brevkort With Arms At Left 10ö red on cream, control 3486 *F A number ‘214’, HG #31, cancelled with double-circle ‘STOCKHOLM1/LBR./6.6.15/GST’, to Bad Nauheim, Germany. $10 SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3487 *F B 1890 4ö grey, HG #B5, light creasing. $4 1901 2ö orange, HG #B9. 3488 *F A $10 SWITZERLAND 1854-59 Seated Helvetia - Berne Printing 15r rose, Mi #15II, 3489 F A Cat €50, cancelled with ‘[B]ASEL/18/[O]CT61’ (B2). $30 3490 F A C1 1882-89 Cross & Value - Granite Paper 3c grey, Mi #51, Cat €10. $5

3491 F A A1 3492 **/* A B1 3493 F A- A1

1907 William Tell 3c light red-brown, Mi #96, Cat €13. $7 1915 Pro Juventute 5c ** & 10c *, Mi #128-9. (2) $65 1918 Pro Juventute 15+5c Genf, Mi #144, Cat €16, small hinge thin. $5 3494 F A- B1 1919 Peace set of 3, Mi #146-8, Cat €15, 7½c has a shallow hinge thin & BLC crease, 10c has a very light tone spot on reverse. $5 3495 F A A1 1922 Pro Juventute 5+5c, Mi #175. $6 3496 F A- A3 1923-37 Air 35c dark brown & yellow-brown, Mi #181, Cat €55, creases & perf damage to BRC. $15 3497 V A A1 1924-36 Air 65c light blue, laid paper, Mi #189z. $5 3498 V A- A1 - 1f dark lilac, normal paper, Mi #191x, Cat €60, small shallow thin at lower right. $15 3499 V A A1 1924-33 William Tell 15c brown-carmine on buff, Mi #205x. $4 3500 V A A1 1928-31 Scenes 3f red-brown, Mi #226. $4 3501 F A B1 1932 Disarmament set of 6, Mi #250-5, Cat €25. $12 3502 F A B1 1933 Pro Juventute 30+10c dark ultramarine, Mi #269, Cat €11. $6 3503 F A A1 1937 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #314-7. $5 3504 F A- A1 - 20c, Mi #318, Cat €20, light toning on couple of perfs. $5 3505 V A A1 1940 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #373-6, Cat €12. $6 3506 V A A1 1945 Pax 5f, Mi #458, Cat €360. $100 3507 F A A1 1946 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #475-8, Cat €11. $6 3508 * A A1 1947 Pro Patria set of 4, Mi #480-3, Cat €12. $8 3509 V A- A1 - set of 4, Mi #480-3, Cat €19, 5+5c has discolouration to right edge. $10 3510 F B A1 1947 Pro Juventute 5c to 30c Mi 488-91, minor toning to few perfs on 30c. $6 3511 ** A A1 - 30+10c Flower, Mi #491. $3 3512 * A A1 1951 Pro Juventute 40+10c Butterfly, Mi #565. $5 3513 F A A1 1953 Zurich Airport 40c airport, Mi #585, Cat €15. $10 3514 F A A1 1954 Pro Juventute 30+10c Dragonfly, Mi #605. $6 3515 V A A1 1955 Pro Juventute 30+10c Moth, Mi #621. $5 3516 F A A1 1957 Pro Juventute 30+10c Beetle, Mi #651. $4 3517 ** A A1 1960 Pro Juventute set of 5, Mi #722-6. $5 3518 F A A1 1961 Pro Juventute 50+10c Flower, Mi #746. $3 SWITZERLAND | Postage Dues 3519 * A- A1 1924 90c dark green & red on green granite paper, Mi #194, Cat €50, small crease on BRC. $8 SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3520 *** A1873 Numeral in Oval 5c pink on cream, last word of 5th line communicasione, HG #3, couple of minor creases. $7 SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1871-72 Bird Wmk, Knife B 25c green on white, HG #14, slight 3521 *** Atoning. $10 3522 *** A1879-80 Wmk Ornate Diagonal Line 10c red on white, HG #25, some light toning. $4 SWITZERLAND | Postal History 3523 *F A 1939 Swiss Air Corps Military Charity Stamp issued for the Fifth Flying Squadron tied to Military Post card by special Fifth Squadron cachet of 1939. $55 1945 use of 50c violet-grey on blue-green, cancelled with 3524 *F Adouble-circle ‘GENEVE/+/27XI45-16/* ?? *’ (A1-), on cover to England, backstamped with Muswell Hill machine of 29NOV1945, some creasing and small closed tear to top edge. $15 TAIWAN 3525 * A 1966 Year Book mint set, mounted in ornate year book, SG #569-87, Cat £90, excludes $4 & $6 Folklore, stuck in book by top third or so of stamp. $50 3526 ** A 1978 Chinese Stamp Centenary m/s, SG #1191. $5 TAIWAN | First Day Covers 1954 Overseas China League 40c & $5 on air cover to 3527 *F AMelbourne, cancelled with bi-lingual Taipei of 21.10.54, folded. $6 THAILAND 3528 W A A1 1966 Rice 3b rosine & deep reddish purple, SG #552, Cat £10.5. $6 3529 V A A2 1966 Asian Games set of 4, SG #553-6. $7 TOGO (German) | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1898 Diagonal Opt 5+5pf green, numbered ‘297f’, HG #3. $20 3530 *** A TOGO (Independent) 3531 ** A A1 1969 Christmas man on moon set of 5 plus 1 m/s optd ‘JOYEUX NOEL’, SG #701-6, Cat £29. $25 TOKELAU ISLANDS 3532 ** A A1 1988 Sydpex 88 se-tenant strip of 5 SG 154a. $8 TONGA 3533 F A A1 1891 Opt With Stars in Upper Right & Lower Left Corners 1d carmine SG 7. $60 3534 F A B1 1892 2d olive SG 11. $20 3535 * A B1 1895 Surcharges ½d on 2½d vermilion SG 29. $35 3536 F A B1 - ½d on 2½d vermillion with Surcharce SG 29b. $90 3537 ** A A1 1984 Ausipex set SG 890-1 complete gutter strips (10 sets). (20) $30 TONGA | Official Stamps 3538 W A B1 1893 G.F.B. Ovpts 4d pale ultramarine SG O3, no gum. $40 TONGA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1892 4d Red on White Wove HG 4 with adhesion at left. 3539 *** B $20 1893 4d Red on White Linen Stock with John Sands 1-1-93 3540 *** AImprint under flap HG C6, tape mark on reverse. $70 TONGA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 3541 *F A 1971 9s brown & light brown with map, HG #FG1, uprated with 1970 1s banana x3, to USA. $30


Auction 107 - 10:00am Sunday 23rd January 2011 TONGA | Postal History 3542 *F A 1936 Tin Can Mail small cover to Australia with 2½d adhesive tied by NIUAFOOU cds 28DE 36 with appropriate cachets on front and back.

$30

TRANSVAAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3543 S A A2 13: of Lydenburg on 1887 2d olive-green.

$20

TRINIDAD 3544 F A C2

1863-80 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 12½ (1d) lake, SG #69, cancelled with straight-line ‘TOO LATE’ (A2) in red.

TRINIDAD | Postal History 3545 *F A 1892 use of 2½d bright blue pair, cancelled with light ‘TUNAPUNA/A/SP22/92/TRINIDAD’ (C1), on cover to Columbus City, with ‘PORT·OF·SPAIN/A/SP23/92/TRINIDAD’ (B1) transit & ‘COLUMBUS, OHIO./OCT4/5AM/92/REC’D.’ (A1-) arrival backstamp. TRINIDAD | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3546 S A A2+ 38: on 1d purple on red. Unallocated 3547 S A A2 T15: right half of duplex ‘T15’ of Belmont on 1d carmine DLR. [Rated 200 by Proud]

3575 *F A

$60 $20 $25

$70

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1958-59 15c blue on cream size G, HG #C9, dated 5DEC1960. 3549 *** A

$7

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postmarks 3552 S A B2- Roxborough: framed ‘[RO]XBOROUGH/R/JA25/28/[TOBAGO]’ on 1½d. [Rated 40 by Proud] 3553 D A A1 Tunapuna: ‘TUNAPUNA/G/FE7/24/TRINIDAD’ on 2d grey. 3554 * A A1 Woodbrook: double-circle ‘WOODBROOK/7FE/61/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D5, cancelling 12c red on plain air cover to England. TURKEY | Postal History 3555 *V B 1930 use of 1926 5g & 1929 2½k cancelled with ‘BEYOGLU/164-1930/1/STANBUL’ (A2) on coloured PPC of ‘Porte du Palais de Dolma-Baghichi, Constanople.’, to Basel, stamps have toned perfs. TURKS ISLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3556 *** A1893 1d carmine on buff, HG #5, with diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’. TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS 3557 V A B1 1909-11 6d purple, SG #123. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 3558 F C C3 1861-62 Perf 12 30c orange, thin paper, Sc #71, Cat $160, cancelled at Brooklyn with inverted 1862 date, a few creases and minor tears. 3559 F A- B2 1869 Grill 9½x9mm 1c buff, Sc #112, Cat $150, slight toning to TRC. 3560 F A- B2 1870-71 National Banknote Company 2c red-brown, Sc #146, segmented circle cancel. 3561 * A B1 1893 Columbian Exposition 1c blue Sc 230. 3562 F A A1 - 30c orange-brown, Sc #239, Cat $85. 3563 * A A1 1898 Trans Mississippi Exposition 8c violet brown Sc 289. 3564 * A B1 1913 Panama - Pacific Exposition 5c blue Sc 399, with offset on reverse. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Booklets 3565 ** A 1999-2000 $4.95 Fruit Berries 33c multicolour, combination panes with label, P#B1112, Sc #BK276A, Cat $11.50. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3566 *** B 1879 Liberty 2c blue on buff, HG #5 (Sc #UX6 Cat $25), a few tone spots. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | First Day Covers 1937 Hawaii 3c purple pair, Sc #799, on plain cover with neat 3567 *F A typed address, cancelled with Honolulu FDoI machine, hinged. 3568 *F A 1952 3c Mt Rushmore Memorial tied to multi-coloured Maxi card by Keystone cds AUG 11 1952. 1953 3c National Guard tied to maxi card by Washington cds 3569 *F A FEB 23 1953. 1975 Anniversary Postal Service se-tenant block of 4, plus 4 3570 *F A singles tied to Colarano Silk FDC’s by Philadelphia of SEP3 1975, unaddressed. (5) UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal History 3571 *F A 1839 entire, cancelled with light ‘P[OT]SDAM.APR/5/N.Y.’ (B1) in red, to Waddington, straight-line ‘FREE’ (A1-) handstamp in red on face. 1850’s use of plain envelope endorsed “Free/A. S. 3572 *F ADearborn/P.M.” with straight-line ‘FREE’ (A-1) and bearing ‘CHESTER/NOV26/N.H.’ (A1-). 1882 use of 3c green (Sc #184), cancelled with double-circle 3573 *F A‘CHEBANSE,/SEP/11/1882/ILLINOIS.’ (A1+) and star-in-circle, triple-circle ‘NORMAL/SEP/12/1882/ILLINOIS’ (A1) and poor star-in-circle arrival on back. 3574 *F A 1937 PAQUEBOT’ (B1 - similar to Hosking #1994) in violet on face of cover to USA with Bahamas 2½d ultramarine cancelled at Miami.

3577 *F A

$20

TRINIDAD | Postmarks 3548 * A- B1 Williamsville: ‘WILLIAMSVILLE/B/AU8/04/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D2, cancelling KEVII ½d green Postal Card, some aging. [Rated 300 by Proud]

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 3550 *F A 1915 KGV ½d green on buff, HG #1, with poor Port of Spain cds addressed to Paris TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal History 3551 *F A1932 use of 1½d bright rose (SG #218-9) cancelled with ‘BELMONT/?-7-32A/TRINIDAD’ (B2 - Proud #D4), to Scotland.

3576 *F A

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1938 use of stampless COD envelope, cancelled with ‘SOUTH DELOIT/OCT3/4PM/1938/1LL. - 1’ duplex. 1939 use of 3c purple Golden Gate, cancelled with ‘U.S.T.P. SEA POST/WEST/JUN16/1939/S.S. PRES. CLEVELAND - 16’ (A1) duplex on coloured PPC of ‘WHOLE VIEW OF MOTOHAKONE’, to Fiji, with Suva framed ‘PAQUEBOT’ (B1-). 1959 use of 15c bright blue-green (Sc #C35) tied by New York NY 17 machine cancel of FEB22 1959 to air cover addressed to Australia bearing ‘Returned for additional postage ...”10c”/ Foreign Air Mail must be fully prepaid/Cents per ½oz. ..”25c”....Weighs “1/8oz”‘ in purple & pencil with 10c black (Sc#C34) added, cancelled by New York of FEB25.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Flight Covers 3578 *F A 1971 Lunar FDC illustrated cover signed by Astronaut Donald Holmquest. 1974 Skylab illustrated FDC signed by Astronaut Jerry Carr. 3579 *F A 1976 YF-12 Supersonic Flight cover with cachet in green 3580 *F A signed by Astronauts Fitz Fulton and Ray Young. 3581 *F A 1977 F-8 Digital Fly By Wire Space Shuttle Test flight cover signed by Astronaut Gary Krier. 1977 George C Marshall Space Flight Centre Engine Test 3582 *F A cover with cachet signed by Astronaut Joe Kerwin. 1977 Space Shuttle Engine Test cover signed by Astronaut 3583 *F A Dick Gordon. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military - World War I Period 3584 *F A 1917 2c red, cancelled with ‘[SAN FRANCISCO]/FEB13/1PM/ CAL - 1917 - 1’ covered by ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR.’ tape in blue with “P.1860” in blue pencil, on plain cover to Monken Hadley, England.

$8 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postmarks 3585 * A B1 Lonoke, Arkansas: light ‘LONOKE/NOV/1/ARK’ on 1870s 3c green on amber Envelope * A A1 Pleasantville, Iowa: ‘PLEASANTVILLE/1908/AUG/8/7 PM/ $10 3586 IOWA’ on 1c green Franklin on PPC. 3587 * A C1 Sulphur Rock, Arkansas: ‘SULPHUR ROCK/APR/?/ARK.’ in magenta on 1880s 3c green on greyish white Envelope, $10 backstamped with ‘ST LOUIS MD./APR/4/9A.M./RECEIVED’. $10 UPPER SILESIA 1920 Doves set, excluding 60pf, on sheet of paper, Mi #13$10 3588 F A22,24-29, cancelled with ‘HINDENBURG/20.3.21.3-4N/ (OBERSCHL)1’ (B1), 1m has missing corner. UPPER VOLTA 3589 ** A A1

$5

$25

$50 $50 $85 $65 $45 $75 $50

$90 $18 $8 $30

$80

1978 Durer 65f & 150f in blocks of 3 with plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A1A’, SG #481-2.

$4

VATICAN | Maximum Cards 3590 *F A 1953 Popes 5L Pope Pius XII, Mi 193 tied to fine Maxi card by $30 Vatican cds 19 3 54.

$15

& FUTUNA | First Day Covers $5 WALLIS 1982 Philexfrance 140f, SG #395, cancelled by 1st day 3591 *V A Philexfrance of Mata-Utu on unaddressed FDC.

$10

$6

$14

ZANZIBAR 3592 * A B1

1896 Sultan Seyyid Hamed-Bin-Thwain Single Wmk 4r lake & red, SG #173, Cat £22.

$50 ZANZIBAR | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1895 QV 1a brown on buff, HG #E2, cancelled with poor 3593 *F AZanzibar of 30NO96. $5 $15 ZANZIBAR | Postal History $70 3594 *F A 1900 use of 1a (SG 189) on front to UK cancelled with squared$90 circle Zanzibar. $45 ZIL ELWANNYEN SESEL | First Day Covers Zil Elwannyen Sesel set, SG #120-3, on WWF FDCs 3595 *F A unaddressed. (4) $10 ZIMBABWE 3596 V A A1 1984 Olympics set in corner blocks of 4 CTO. (16) 3597 V A A1 - set in imprint blocks of 6 CTO. (24) 3598 ** A A1 1985 U.N. Decade For Women Communications set in imprint $4 blocks of 6. (18) 3599 V A A1 - set in imprint blocks of 6 CTO. (18) $5 $20 $20 $30

$30 $42

$50 $30

$20 $75 $10 $10 $5 $6 $7 $6


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