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Postal Auction No. 109 World Stamps, Postal History & Postal Stationery Plus Specialised Australian Postmarks Starting 10:00am Sunday, 24th April 2011 www.premierpostal.com email: david@premierpostal.com Phone: 03 9038 8136 Int: +613 9038 8136 Fax: 03 8677 2858 Int: +613 8677 2858 GPO Box 4346, Melbourne, Victoria 3001, Australia


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010

PPA Preamble Welcome to Auction 109. This is a slightly larger auction with over 4000 lots and that ensures there is a wide range of material for you 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 109 - 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 an MUH Single Wmk 4d olive horned emu (#329), a Sm Mult perf 14 1d green pelure paper pair (#374), a Sm Mult perf 14 4d olive flaw in 4th bloom (#396) and, as you have come to expect, many plate varieties are listed, particularly in the Georgian Heads sections but also throughout the catalogue. 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. Interest in registration labels is increasing so many of you will be pleased to see a group of ACT labels (#916) and NSW labels (#983-91). Some of the more interesting lots in this section are NSW Sydney Views & Laureates (#925-7), ‘783’ rays (#1031), ‘1676’ BN (#1049), 1913 Nettleton on Registration Envelope (#1154), Qld ‘73’ (#1240), ‘191’ (#1250), ‘195’ (1251), Tas 1925 Gwandalan (#1597), VIC £1 salmon (#1744), ‘349’ BN (#1838), 1967 McMahons Creek (#2163), 1960 Morgiana (#2227), 1957 Seymour Mil PO No 17 (#2478), 1961 Shannon Valley (#2484), 1967 Shelley (#2490), WA 1923 Newcarnie (#2674). There are over 1500 lots in the rest-of-the-world section so there is plenty for everyone, including BCOF set of 7 on cover (#2469), Canada 1852 7½d (#2848), range of Fiji postmarks (#2983-3022), France 1849 1Fr (#3026). Guam 1937 cover (#3225), New Zealand 4/- Postal Fiscal block of 4 with offset (#3580), Tristan da Cunha 1954 pictorial set (#3906) & USA 1949 James Cooper Sturgill FDC (#3970). 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 & Keith.


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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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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010

CINDERELLAS 1 ** A 2 ** A 3 ** A 4 ** A 5 ** A 6 * A A1 7 ** A 8 ** B B1 9 W A B1 10 W A B1 11 W C B1 12 W A B1 13 *F A

14 ** A A1 15 W A B1

Australia: 1974 UPU Centenary sheetlet of 8, issued for National Stamp Week. - 1982 Anpex Exhibition M/Sheet issued for Brisbane show ANPEX82. - 1982 Anpex Philatelic Exhibition Miniature Sheet, Numbered. - 1984 Ausipex - Australian Champions Cricket minisheet. - 1985 Stamp & Coin Show M/S for October Victorian Sesquicentenary Show. Australia - Hutt River: 1977 Antarctic Birds. (4) Austria: 1965 Wipa Exhibition set of nine labels. (9) China: vertical pair of 1c blue & red China International Famine Relief Fund - Anti-famine Seals featuring a duck, toned spot on margin between pair. France: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Joffre issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. Great Britain: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Sir J Eccles Nixon issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Commander Samson RN issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund some thinning. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Vice Admiral Sir David Beatty issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. Mevu: ‘MEVU/ANTARCTIC/POST/35t’ opt on green ‘YEAR/OF FOOD/[whale & palm]/1988’ label cancelled with ‘MEVU G.P.O./12/14OCT1988/REPUBLIC OF MEVU’ (A1-) on UPU Centenary cover to Sultanate of Occussi-Ambeno. Rhodesia: c. 1941 blue & red ‘BUY BRITISH/NATIONAL/ SAVINGS/BUY/RHODESIAN’ Union Jack block of 10 (5x2). Russia: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Ivanoff issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund.

COINS & BANKNOTES | Coins Australia: 1962 1d. 16 UNC 17 EF - 1921M 3d. - 1940 3d. 18 AUNC 19 UNC - 1942D 3d. 20 UNC - 1955 3d. - 1951 PL 6d. 21 UNC 22 UNC - 1958 6d. 23 UNC - 1956 1/- 1983 cased proof set. 24 UNC 25 UNC - 1970 Cook Bicentenary 50c specimen in red plastic case. 26 UNC - 1986 South Australia Silver $10 cased proof. Canada: 1958 Proof like set of six. (6) 27 UNC 28 UNC Fiji: Cased proof set of six to 50c. 29 AUNC New Guinea: 1943 KGVI 6d. 30 AUNC - 1936 KGV 1/-. 31 UNC New Zealand: 1978 2c Proof. Russia: 1888 2 kopeks. 32 UNC COINS & BANKNOTES | Banknotes 33 EF 1977 Central Bank of Ireland £1 odd crease but no nicks or tears. LITERATURE A 34 35

A

36

A+

37

A

38 88 A 39

B

40

A

41 ** A

Air Mail: ‘WORLD’S FIRST AIR STAMP ITALY 1917’ by L.H. Harris, 1959, 16 page pamphlet. Australia: The Voyage of the Endeavour by G.Arnold Wood published by Macmillan & Co 1926. 116pp cloth-bound, very good condtion with just a few pencilled annotations. - 1d Roo Checklist, the Constant Varieties of Australia’s 1913 Penny Kangaroo by W E Bell published by British Society of Australian Philately in 1996, 103pp. Australia - South Australia: South Australian Perspectives, set of 30 slides, matching postcards & booklet describing the scenes, produced by the Education Dept. of South Australia. France: J Robineau 1982 April catalogue offering diverse range French postmarks, postal history and adhesives. Great Britain: British Postage Stamps by SC Johnson published by William Collins in 1944, 48pp with 8 colour plates, dustjacket a bit battered otherwise fine. - ‘The Crown Jewels’ Dept of the Environment Official Guide, 36p hand book. India: Robson Lowe Ltd India and States March 1979 sale with fine array of proofs and essays.

PICTURE POSTCARDS Actors & Actresses: Tinted PPC ‘Miss Gertie Millar’. 42 ** A 43 *F A - Vesta Tilley, fine tinted card. Aircraft: Black & white PPC Bi-Plane ‘Curtiss Raven’, real 44 *** A photo. 45 *** A Artist: multi-coloured PPC ‘A pleasure Trip’ by Gacient, early card with undivided back. Australia - Artist: multi-coloured PPC ‘The Sundowner’ by J 46 *F A Hutchings. - multi-coloured PPC ‘The Pioneer’ by J Hutchings, fault at base. 47 ** A48 *** A Australia - New South Wales: multi-coloured PPC ‘Hunter St’, a Kerry card. - Black & white PPC ‘The Walker Hospital’, a Kerry photo. 49 *** A - Coloured PPC of ‘TOWN HALL, SYDNEY, N.S.W.’. 50 *** A 51 *** A Australia - Northern Territory: Black & white PPC ‘Fort Hill Palmerston, Northern Territory ‘. Australia - South Australia: Multicoloured PPC ‘Rundle Street, 52 ** AAdelaide, looking East’. 53 *F A - Multicoloured PPC ‘St Peter’s Cathedral, Adelaide, South Australia’ unusual night scene. 54 *F A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Flamingoes Botanic Gardens, Adelaide.

$4

55 *F A 56 *F A 57 *F A

$20 $12 $6

58 *** A

$20 $4 $20

60 *** A

$20

62 *F A

$15

63 *** A

$15

64 *** A65 *** A 66 *F A

$15 $15

$15 $50

59 *F A

61 *F A-

67 *** A 68 *** A 69 *** A 70 *F A 71 *** A 72 *** A+

$15 $10 $15 $30 $30 $15 $15 $15 $70 $35 $6 $43 $35 $40 $35 $15 $4 $20

73 *F A-

74 *** A 75 *F B 76 *F A

77 * A+ 78 *F A

$4

79 *F A 80 *F A-

$7 $30 $20 $5 $10 $15 $3 $10 $5 $6 $10 $10 $15 $10 $15 $12 $5

81 ** B 82 *** A+ 83 *F A 84 *** A+ 85 *** A+ 86 * A+ 87 *** A 88 *F A 89 *** A 90 *** A+ 91 *F A+ 92 *** A 93 *F B

94 *** A

$35 $12 $8 $8

95 *** A

- Multicoloured PPC ‘North Terrace Adelaide’, with tram in scene. - multi-coloured PPC ‘In the Adelaide Hills, Clarendon Bridge’. Australia - Tasmania: Black & white PPC ‘Cape Raoul’, a Walch & Sons card. Australia - Victoria: multi-coloured PPC ‘Grand Hotel Melbourne’, with tram in foreground. - Tinted PPC ‘Swanston Street, Melbourne’, an early Jolley card used in 1904. - Black & white PPC ‘Melbourne St Kilda Road’ with large tinsel B added. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Federal Government House, Melbourne’, card from the time the Federal Government was based in Melbourne. - Black & white PPC ‘Collins Street, Melbourne, looking West’, early card with trams in foreground used in NZ 1904. - Black & white PPC ‘The Hotel Alexander Spencer Street Melbourne’, real photo, nice advertising card. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Melbourne from Queen Victoria Gardens’. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Spring St, Melbourne’. Australia - Western Australia: Black & white PPC’ View in Kings Park Perth’, used in 1912 to Switzerland. Bahamas: Raphael House sepia PPC of ‘VICTORIA AVENUE’. China: coloured PPC of 1903 ‘Ausstellungsgebäude, Tientsin, Exhibition Building Tientsin’. View of expo building with flag. - black & white PPC of 1910 ‘Nanyang Industrial Exposition, Medicial Building Emergency Hospital.’. Colombia: Multi-coloured PPC ‘Exposición 1910. Pabellon de Industrias,/Bogotá, Colombia.’, used under cover. Comic: Artist Donald McGill, We’re on our honeymoon. Congo: Real Photo Issues in connection with the Congo Jubilee Exhibition, of the Baptist Missionary Society, 1928, view showing Native children & adults outside of the Sudbury Dispensary building. Czechoslovakia: ‘Nákladem Klubu sepia PPC of ‘LA CHAÍNE DU TATRA’ (Tatra Mountains), franked with 50h green x3, cancelled with poor double-circle Poprad of 18VIII25, to New York, incorrectly endorsed “Rumania” in ink on front. France: Hautmont black & white PPC ‘Exposition Internationale du Nord de la France - ROUBAIX 1911, Villiage Flamand - la Caberet populaire’. - black & white PPC of ‘EXPOSITION OF REIMS 1903 - Édition officielle E.M.R. 18 Entrée De l’Exposition-Place de la Requblique’ 1903 use Marseilles to Strathfield, NSW. - sepia PPC of ‘BOULOGNE-SUR-MER./Place Godefroy de Boulogne st la Mairie’, endorsed “FM”, cancelled with doublecircle ‘MARINE NATIONALE/[anchor]/SERVICE A LA MER’ (A2) in black & ‘BOU[LOGNE-SUR-ME]R/14/28XI/1939/ PAS·OF·CALAIS’ (A3) machine, to Paris. - H Chipault Real Photo black & white PPC of ‘EXPOSITION DU PROGRÈS SOCIAL LILLE-ROUBAIX 1939’ view of the street of expo. Germany: Multi-coloured PPC showing cable car going up or down the mountain of Baden-Baden, 1914 use. - Max O’Brien & Co Multi-coloured PPC of Berlin Bridge and National Gallery with tram going over bridge, 1910 use. - blue & white PPC of ‘Neubrandenburg Friedländer Aussentor’, franked with 10pf red Germania, cancelled with ‘BORGFELD/ (MECKLB.)/16.2.12/*2FN*’ (A1-), to Bendigo, Vic, some edge wear. - attractive multi-coloured advertising card for Kiralfy’s mammoth ‘Constantinopel’ at the Olympia Theatre in Berlin, a few knocks & bumps. - A Schaar black & white PPC of ‘Köln a Rhein Hauptbahnhof’, 1906 use to Holland. Great Britain: 1912 use of The View Budget Card with nine drop down views of Blackpool and fine back panel view of ‘Childrens’ Paradise Blackpool’ nice item. Great Britain - 1908 Franco-British Exhibition: Bonnett & Shum black & white PPC ‘The Casade’ Franco-British Exhibition.London, 1908. - Bonnett & Shum black & white PPC ‘Canada Court’ FrancoBritish Exhibition.London, 1908. - Bonnett & Shun black & white PPC ‘Machinery Hall’ FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908. - Bonnett & Shum black & white PPC Flip Flap at the FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908. - Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘Fine Art Palace, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, used at Lewisham. - Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘In the Court of Honour,/ Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentine PPC of ‘Flip-Flap, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’ - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Colonnade in Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘Colonnade, Palace of Music, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’ - Valentine black & white official PPC of ‘VIEW FROM IMPERIAL TERRACE, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green cancelled with ‘DUDLEY/330PM/NO26/08/+’ (B2), slightly grubby - Valentine’s black & white with white border PPC of ‘COLONNADE IN BRITISH APPLIED ARTS PALACE FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’. - Valentine’s black & white with white border PPC of ‘COLONNADE, BRITISH APPLIED ARTS PALACE FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’.

$10 $7 $7 $12 $25 $10 $10 $20 $20 $10 $10 $10 $5 $40 $20 $10 $4

$30

$5 $15 $8

$20 $10 $8 $10

$5 $10 $8 $25 $6 $6 $8 $8 $10 $6 $6 $6 $6

$6 $6 $8


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 96 *** A 97 *** A

98 *** A 99 *** A 100 *F B

101 *** A 102 *F A+

103 *** A

104 *** A 105 *** A 106 *** A 107 *** A+ 108 *F A

109 *** A 110 *F A111 *V A 112 *V A 113 ** A 114 ** A 115 *F A116 *** A 117 *** A 118 *** A 119 *F A120 *V B

121 *** A+ 122 *** A 123 *** A 124 * A+ 125 *** A+

126 *** A 127 *** A+ 128 *** A 129 *** A 130 *** A 131 *** A

- Valentine official black & white PPC with white border of ‘SOUTH FRONT, PALACE OF WOMEN’S WORK/Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. Great Britain - 1909 Imperial International Exhibition: Valentine official coloured PPC with lilac border of ‘NIGHT SCENE, IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1909’. - Valentine black & white official PPC of ‘Imperial Pavilion, Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909’ - Valentine black & white official PPC of ‘Palace of Applied Chemistry, Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909’ - Valentine black & white PPC of ‘Court of Arts, Imperial International Exhibition, London, 1909’, franked with 1d red cancelled with poor Kennington of MY12/09, some ink marking to front - Valentine official coloured PPC with lilac oval border of ‘COURT OF HONOUR, IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1909’. Great Britain - 1910 Japan-British Exhibition: Rotary Photo Real Photo Japan-British exhibition 1910, view of the Court of Honour by Night, cancelled with Paddington squared-circle of JU27/10. Great Britain - 1911 Coronation Exhibition: Valentine official Black & White PPC #668 of ‘In the Garden of Floating Islands,/ Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911.’, showing waterfall in Japanese? garden. - Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘Garden of the Floating Isle, Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’. - Valentine coloured official PPC #773 of ‘English Village,/ Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’. Great Britain - 1911 Festival of Empire Exhibition: Valentine black & white PPC of ‘Indian Pavilion,/Festival of Empire Exhibition, London, 1911’. Great Britain - 1912 Latin-British Exhibition: Valentine & Sons Multi-coloured PPC ‘Court of Honour’, Latin-British Exhibition, London 1912, View of boat going up the lake. Great Britain - 1921 British Industries Exhibition: black & white PPC of the ‘ENTRANCE TO THE BRITISH INDUSTRIES EXHIBITION, 1921 With WARRILLOWS Compliments’, showing cars & hansom cab. Grenada: West Indian views black & white PPC of ‘St. George’s Market - GRENADA’. - black & white PPC of ‘St. George’s and Carenage, Grenada’, 1904 use to England, stamps removed. - Raphael Tuck & Sons black & white PPC of ‘St. George’s Grenada’. - black & white PPC of ‘St. George’s from Hospital Hill, Grenada’. - black & white PPC of ‘Grand Elang, Grenada.’. - Ernest Slinger & Co coloured PPC of ‘Annandale Falls, Grenada.’. Italy: Stengel & Co Multi-coloured PPC of ‘Genova Circonvallazione a mare’ with tram, 1913 use to Belgium. - NPG sepia PPC of ‘ROMA. Il Colosseo e l’Arco di Tito’, unused. Jamaica: Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘A NEGRO HUT, JAMAICA’, unused. Japan: black & white PPC of 1914 ‘TOKYO TAISHO EXHIBITION.’. Lourenco Marques: Spanos & Tsitsias multi-coloured PPC of ‘Laurenco Marques, Exposição Colonial,/Colonial Exhibition’ 1910 Durban transit, stamp removed. New Caledonia: black & white PPC of ‘14 THIO (Nouvelle Caledonie) - La Mission - Le Transbordeur’ showing pier, town and cable-car pylons?, cancelled with blue double-circle ‘THIO/ 4JANV/16/NLLE CALEDONIE’ (A2) on picture, message is from Alex Ross to his family and was sent under cover, creased at left. New Zealand: Eileen Deste Real Photo black & white PPC NZ Centennial Exhibition 1940 Souvenir Post Card, view the South Band Shell at Night. Railways: Black & white PPC of Steam Train & tender, real photo. Sierra Leone: black & white PPC ‘Ferry boat Aberdeen, Sierra Leone’, a Liske-Carew Photo Spain: Fototipia Thomas black & white PPC of 1909 ‘Exposición Regional Gallega, Stantiago de Compostela, Sección Arqueológica, Detalle del patio’, view showing patio statues. - Fototipia Thomas black & white PPC of 1909 ‘Exposición Regional Gallega, Stantiago de Compostela, Seccion Arqueológica, - Portada del edificio de San Clemente, donde se halla la Expoisición Arqueilógica’, entrance building to expo. - Levenq & Cottin, Lyon black & white PPC of ‘COLEGIO DE LOYOLA.- Atrio y Entrada al Edificio’, unused. Sweden: Frans Svanstrom & Co black & white PPC of ‘STOCKHOLMSUTSTÄLLNINGEN 1930./Festplatsen med Huvudrestauranten’, view showing crowd at show. Switzerland: Goetz coloured PPC of ‘Pilathusbahn’ showing train on furnicular railway on bridge, unsed. Trinidad: W,H,Y.? reduced? PPC of ‘Victoria Institute Port of Spain, Trinidad, B.W.I.’, unused. United States of America: multi-coloured PPC ‘The Fireplace, Hermit’s Rest, Grand Canyon National Park Arizona’. - multi-coloured PPC ‘King’ by Gene Carr, a July 4th Firecracker card.

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - First Watermark 132 F A A1 1d Red Die I perf ‘OS/NSW’, BW #2, bottom wmk line. 133 F A B1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #2ba.

134 ** A B1 $10

135 F A B2

$6

136 DF A C1 137 DF A C1

$10

138 F B B1

$6

139 F A A2 140 DF A A1

$10 $10

141 DF A B1 142 DF A C1

$15 143 DF A/B $10 $8 $10 $8 $8

$8 $8 $6 $8 $6 $6 $8

144 DF A B1 145 * A- B1 146 F B B2 147 F A B2 148 F A- B2 149 F A B3 150 F A- A1 151 DF A B1 152 V B B2 153 * A B2 154 F A B2 155 D A B1 156 DF B C2 157 F A B3

$6 $5

158 * A A1 159 F A B1 160 V A B1

$15

161 F A B1

$15

162 F 163 F 164 * 165 F 166 ** 167 F 168 F 169 F 170 G 171 F

$15

$50 $15 $10 $20

A A1 A A1 A A1 A- B1 A C1 A B1 A B1 A B2 A A1 A B3

172 * A- C1 173 F A B2 174 F A C2 175 F A- B1 176 G A A2 177 F B B2

$10

178 F A B1 179 * A B2 180 F B B2

$10

181 F A B1

$5

182 F B B2

$8

$6

183 * 184 F 185 F 186 F 187 F

$4

188 F A B1

$30

189 F A- B2

$4 $4

190 V A A1 191 F A B1 192 * A B2

$10

B A1 A A1 A B2 A A2 A- B3

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- large ‘OS’ with break in third shading line below Cape Arnhem in Gulf of Carpentaria - State I [CR20] $20 - Retouch white flaw under ‘Y’ of ‘PENNY’ & frame break under ‘N’ of ‘PENNY’ [R51], BW #2(A)h, Cat $15. [The only copy we have sold previously realised $75 in Auction #74.] $30 - break in value circle above ‘d’ [BR20], on piece. $5 - horizontal pair [CL49-50] unit 49 with break in base of Gulf of Carpentaria outline [CL49], on piece. $8 - right frame dented opposite Brisbane, BW #2(B)k, Cat $15, pmk straddles flaw and crease at base. $5 - break in shading lines below AU of AUST and E of POSTAGE - State II, [CL60] $8 - break in inner right frame opposite last A of AUSTRALIA [CR39], on piece cancelled with ‘NAMBOUR/15JUL13/ QUEENSLAND’. $10 - notch in left frame S.W. of WA [CL26], BW #2(C)e, Cat $15, on piece. $10 - block of 4 [CL37-8,43-44], unit 37 with white scratch from L of AUSTRALIA to near coast, unit 38 is prior to the development of white flaw in Gulf of Carpentaria and unit 44 is prior to the development of the very rare large coloured flaw SW of Tasmania, BW #2(C)f,g,i, on piece cancelled with Mackay of 3MY13. $40 - pair [CL38-9], unit 38 is white flaw in Gulf of Carpentaria - early state before this flaw develops and unit 39 (tear) with island off Cape Howe, BW #2(C)g, on piece cancelled with Goodna of 7AUG13. $12 - white flaw over IA [CR12], BW #2(C)l, Cat $15, on piece. $10 1d Red Die II BW #3, Cat $30, some gum toning. $15 - ‘Extra Island’ (Two Tasmanias) [EL25], BW #3(E)d, Cat $75, small tear. $30 - large white flaw left of P of POSTAGE’ [EL55], BW #3(E)f, Cat $20, a few blunt perfs. $12 - vertical scratch through shading lines left of Albany [FL12], thinned LLC. $8 - white flaw inside 1 near base [FL60] $5 - break in sixth shading line below LI of AUSTRALIA [FR18], hinge thin $5 - marginal single with diagonal white scratch off coast at Adelaide [FR1], BW #3(F)h, Cat $15, on piece. $12 - diagonal white scratch off coast at Adelaide [FR1], BW #3(F)h, Cat $15, tear. $5 1d Red Die IIA perf small ‘OS’, BW #4ba, Cat $20 $10 - strip of 3 [GL16-18], unit 17 with white flaw on top of roo’s back etc [GL17] $12 - block of 8 [GL51-4,57-60], with platable flaws on units 51,53 & 54. $20 - cut throat [GR12], BW #4(G)g, Cat $100, on piece, blunt BRC. $20 - missing shading line left of first A of AUST and breaks in top S and T of AUST [HR3] $12 2d Grey BW #5, Cat $50. $40 - BW #5. $10 - unplated retouched shading lines below 1st E of PENCE, BW #5, Cat $10. $6 - horizontal pair [1L4,5], unit 5 with two dark flaws between Victorian coast and right frame [1L5] $20 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #5bb. $20 - perf small ‘OS’ BW #5bc. $8 2½d Indigo BW #9. $50 - BW #9, Cat $20, slightly grubby at top. $10 - break in shading line under second N of PENNY [1L55] $70 - coloured flaw in gulf west of Cape York, state II [2L46] $25 3d Olive Die I BW #12, Cat $15. $10 - island off Qld coast. $10 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #12ba, Cat $60. $25 4d Orange (yellowish shade), BW #15, Cat $35, cancelled with Sydney of 19DE13, rounded BLC $10 - BW #15, Cat $150, slightly soiled & hinge remainders. $90 - unplated white flaw extending from left frame to Perth. $25 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #15ba, Cat $35, with unplated colour flaw on top of A of AUST’. $25 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #15ba, Cat $35, light crease at top. $20 - yellow-orange large ‘OS’, BW #15ba, Cat $35 $20 - per large ‘OS’, BW #15ba, Cat $35, with unplated colour flaw on second A of AUSTRALIA, small thin. $25 5d Chestnut BW #16, Cat $45. $30 - BW #16, Cat $125 $125 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #16ba, Cat $65, with unplated flaw off east coast of Victoria and weak BLC, a couple of toned perfs. $35 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #16ba, Cat $65, with heavy inking of coastlines and roo. $40 - pale chestnut shade, small perf OS, BW #16bb, Cat $70, unplated island flaws off coast Broome, rounded TLC and small abrasions. $10 6d Blue few minor tones BW #17. $50 - BW #17. $20 - left column unit with coloured flaw in bight. $15 - right column unit with coloured flaw on frame towards TLC $15 - perf small ‘OS’, BW #17bc, Cat $30, with unplated break in shading line on NSW coast nears roo’s tail, light pinkish tinge. $10 9d Violet perf small ‘OS’ with right wmk line, BW #24bb, Cat $60. $40 - shading breaks in Gulf of Carpentaria and below NINE PENCE [2L6], BW #24g, Cat $60, minor soiling. $40 - CTO (Specimen set) BW #24w Cat $75. $60 1/- Emerald BW #30. $25 - BW #30, Cat $150. $110


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #30b, Cat $45. - pale shade perf small ‘OS’, BW #30ba, Cat $40, a couple of short perfs.

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark 195 F A B1 2d Grey BW #6, Cat $15. 196 F A C1 - break in Queensland coast [1R42] 197 F A B2 - scratch from value circle through map to T of POSTAGE [2L34], BW #6o, Cat $50, few short perfs. 198 G A- C1 - scratch under P of POSTAGE [2R10], minor soiling. 199 F A A1 9d Violet BW #25. 200 F B B1 - two breaks in shading lines below AU of AUSTRALIA etc. [2L2], tear at base. 201 G A B1 1/- Emerald BW #31. AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark | Stamps on Cover 2½d Indigo BW #10, Cat $120, on cover to Chicago, Illinois, 202 *F A straight-line ‘PASSED’ on face.

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$75 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Third Watermark 203 F A B2 2d Grey Die I BW #7, Cat $15, couple of shortish perfs. $6 204 F A B2 - perf ‘OS/NSW’ retouched bottom frame at right and white flaw in Gulf of Carpentaria [1L6], BW #7d, Cat $40, one short perf. $35 205 * A B2 2d Grey Die IIA unplated notch in bottom frame near left corner. $30 206 F A- B1 2½d Indigo BW #11, Cat $12, toned perf at base. $5 207 F A- B1 3d Olive Die I BW #13, Cat $12, cancelled with ‘GOULBURN/ 29JA24/N[.S.W.]’ (A2-), couple of light tone spots $5 208 F A A1 - olive-green shade, BW #13D. $10 209 * A A1 - BW #13, Cat $30, one shortish perf. $20 210 F A B1 3d Olive Die II BW #13, Cat $75. $40 211 * A B1 6d Blue Die II BW #19, Cat $150. $100 212 F A A1 - BW #19, Cat $20. $15 213 F A B2 - left column unit with unplated white dot within 6 in value circle, a couple of short perfs at TRC. $15 214 F B B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #19ba, Cat $15, largely faded towards grey. $8 215 V A B1 6d Chestnut BW #21, Cat $10. $8 216 F A- B1 - deep chestnut shade, BW #21C, Cat $10, cancelled with ‘[Y]EA/13AU24/VIC’ (A2), slight toning to left corners. $5 217 * A- B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #21ba, Cat $35, diagonal bend. $25 218 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #21ba. $10 219 * A A1 9d Violet Die IIB BW #27. $75 220 F A- B1 - BW #27, Cat $15, light crease to BLC. $6 221 F A B2 - unplated break in shading line above CE of PENCE [] $8 222 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’ CTO BW #27wa. $35 223 F A A1 1/- Emerald Die IIB BW #33. $15 224 ** A C1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #33ba, Cat $125. $90 225 F B B2 - ‘LI’ of ‘SHILLING’ deformed [4L11], BW #33f, Cat $60, couple of short perfs, aged. $45 226 F A- B1 2/- Brown BW #37, Cat $30, mild crease to BRC. $23 227 F A B1 2/- Maroon BW #38. $15 228 F A B2 - BW #38, Cat $35, cancelled with ‘TEMOR[A]/2SE25/N.S.W’ (A2), fluffy perfs. $22 229 * A C2 - BW #38, Cat $150. $75 230 ** A- B1 - BW #38, Cat $300, upper marginal single with jubilee line, gum crease, hinged in margin only. $180 231 F A C1 5/- Grey & Yellow BW #44, Cat $125. $90 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Small Multiple Watermark 232 F A B1 6d Chestnut BW #22, Cat $20. $10 233 * A B2 - BW #22, Cat $25, gum ageing. $20 234 ** A B2 - perf ‘OS’ horizontal pair right unit with unplated break of inner frame at BRC, BW #22b, Cat $100. $70 235 V A B1 6d Chestnut Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #22(OS), Cat $60. $50 236 F A A1 9d Violet BW #28 $20 237 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’ CTO 28wa. $25 238 V A A1 1/- Emerald BW #34, Cat $15. $12 239 F A A1 2/- Maroon BW #39A. $25 240 V A B1 - perf ‘OS’, cto, BW #39wa, Cat $40. $25 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - CofA Watermark 241 ** A A1 6d Chestnut unplated break in shading line below Cape Leeuwin. $25 242 ** A B2 6d Chestnut Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #23(OS), Cat $40 $20 243 F A B1 9d Violet deep violet shade, vertical pair, BW #29C, Cat $20, cancelled with ‘[SC]ONE/5JE34/N.S.W.’ (A3). $15 244 F A B1 - BW #29, Cat $10. $6 245 * A C1 - BW #29, Cat $40. $30 246 F A C2 - perf ‘G/NSW’ with break in shading lines at left of value circle [3L40], BW #29. $15 247 * A B1 2/- Maroon Die II unplated break in right frame opposite Queensland and spot in right frame opposite last A of AUSTRALIA, BW #40. $4 248 ** A A1 2/- Maroon Redrawn Die left marginal unit with selvedge and Jubilee line, BW #41. $6 249 F A B1 5/- Grey & Yellow BW #46. $20 250 G A A1 - BW #46, heavy cancel. $10 251 F A A2 - break in shading lines on NSW and NW Tasmania coasts and white spot in upper frame, BW #46, Cat $25, couple of short perfs. $15 252 F B C2 10/- Grey & Pink slightly misplaced roo, BW #50, Cat $200, blunt BRC, couple of short perfs. $90 AUSTRALIA | Engraved Issues 253 * A- C1 1d pale red with light doubling (re-entry?) of top frame. Not catalogued by BW. $20 254 * A C1 1d red pair left unit with weak entry behind emu’s head, BW #59(2)d, Cat $35+. $25

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weak entry behind emu’s head [2/5], BW #59(2)d, Cat $35. 1d red with vertical hairline from top to emu [3/56], BW #59(3)g, Cat $35, light horizontal bend. 1d red with weak entry to top right corner & top of crown retouched [3/69], BW #59(3)h, Cat $35+. 1d red pair, right unit showing retouch to upper right corner & top of crown [3/64], BW #59(3)i, Cat $35+. 1d with vertical line inside right frame x2 in corner block of 10 [4/1-5,11-4], BW #59(4)d,e. 6d Kookaburra BW #60 Retail $100. 6d maroon Kookaburra, BW #60 Cat $60.

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AUSTRALIA | KGV - Single Watermark 262 ** A B1 ½d Green Comb Perf perf ‘OS’, BW #63ba, crease. $20 263 ** A B1 - perf ‘OS’ pair, BW #63ba, Cat $50. $40 264 F B B1 - pair, left unit with diagonal scratch through left value tablet [7R33], BW #63(7)m, Cat $20, cancelled with ‘FREELING/ 4P19OC27/STH AUSTRALIA’ (A1-), toned. $14 265 ** A B1 ½d Orange block of 4, BW #66, Cat $24, light gum toning. $15 266 F A B1 - wmk inverted BW #66a. $25 267 F A B1 1d Red Smooth Paper substituted cliché Die II [IV/34], BW #71(2)ia, Cat $100. $80 268 F A B1 - scarlet-red shade with Secret Mark, BW #71(4)d. $9 269 F A B1 - carmine-pink shade (G29) with nick near top of left frame [VII/ 32], BW #71U(4)g, Cat $75. $60 270 F A A1 - carmine (aniline) shade with NY joined BW #71Z(4)m. $90 271 F B B2 - white spot in SE corner [VIII/54], BW #71(4)q, Cat $10, break in lower right frame caused by small surface abrasion, rounded right corners. $3 272 F A B1 1d Red Rough Paper carmine shade with Dot before 1 BW #72C(3)f. $10 273 F A B1 1d Red Die III BW #75, Cat $40. $25 274 F A C1 1½d Brown Die I perf ‘OS/NSW’. $10 275 F A B1 1½d Green Die I transient green blob obliterating part of crown $40 276 F A B1 - transient green blob obliterating part of lower white border and H of HALF $40 277 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #88ba, Cat $15. $10 278 ** A- C1 - triangular flaw in left frame [14L8], BW #88(14)g, Cat $50, small paper flaw in crown. $25 279 ** A- C1 - diagonal flaw behind emu’s head [15L7], tone spot on perf. $15 280 ** A B1 1½d Red Die I BW #89. $10 281 ** A- C1 - plate 15 left pane TLC block of 4, plated flaw on units 1 & 7, unit 8 flaws not apparent, gum lightly toned. $40 282 F A C1 - white flaws on oval opposite emu’s neck & at top of emu’s leg etc [16R30] $5 283 * A C1 - retouched GE and shading [16L56], BW #89(16)h, Cat $30. $20 284 F A- C1 - white spot in leaf between 4th & 6th blooms of right wattles [18L2], a couple of toned perfs. $5 285 F A C1 - 2 nicks in top frame at left [22L57] $6 286 F A C1 - cracked cliché - through right frame beginning 3½mm from base and descending [22R31] $50 287 ** A C1 - perf ‘OS’ with white flaw above emu’s foot [22R59] $20 288 V A C2 - white scratch through left wattle stem - State I - notched bottom frame under N of PENCE not present [22L1], BW #89(22)d. $5 289 F A C1 - HALEPENCE [22L22], BW #89(22)i, Cat $20. $12 290 * F C1 - block of 4 [22L21-22,27-28] unit 22 with HALEPENCE and unit 28 with thin RAL (retouch), BW #89(22)i,j. $60 291 * A B1 - retouch to BRC with tick below right value tablet [23L1] $10 292 F A B1 - dark band through lower right [23L6], BW #89(23)e. $6 293 F A C1 - white flaw at top of roo’s leg [24R59] $5 294 F A B1 - eight wattles at left [25-28L26], BW #89(25-28)e. $6 295 V A- C1 - neckless emu retouch etc [25-28R30], BW #89(25-28)m. $5 296 F B C1 - flaw in right wattles & blurry flaw on emu’s beak [27R49], BW #89(25-28)p, Cat $50, gum bend. $20 297 F A C1 - oblong flaw in top frame 2½mm from left edge [H391] $5 298 * A B1 2d Orange Die I BW #95. $20 299 * A B1 - BW #95, Cat $20. $12 300 F A C1 - perf ‘OS’, wmk inverted, BW #95a, Cat $100. $60 301 * A B1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #95ba, Cat $50. $40 302 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #95ba. $5 303 * A- C1 - left end of shading lines missing left of left wattle stem and roo etc [1L58], slight gum sheen on face. $20 304 F A B1 - top right of crown top missing and diagonal break in left frame behind roo’s shoulder [1R29] $10 305 F A B1 - eight wattles at right caused by 2 white flaws on top leaf [B19], quite prominent enough to deserve catalogue status. $15 306 F A C2 - crown top missing right side, small vertical line remaining at right etc [BaII19a] $10 307 F A B1 - perf ‘T’ with scratch over left wattles [BaII1], BW #95(U)h, Cat $20, cancelled with bluish ‘DEE BRIDGE/DE17/21/TASMANIA’ (B1 - Rated R) $25 308 F A C1 2d Red Die I perf ‘OS/NSW’. $8 309 F A C2 - perf ‘OS’, BW #96b, Cat $15. $6 310 F A C1 - broken shading line on King’s cheek and coloured flaw on eye [10L6] $5 311 F A C1 - compartment line above crown & 2nd long compartment line above right end of top frame [10R54] $5 312 * A C1 - white spot after right 2 [10R27] BW #96(10)f. $40 313 F A- B1 - flaw on ‘L’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [11L24], BW #96(11)e, Cat $18, some light toning. $10 314 F A A1 - recut right 2 [12AR54], BW #96(12A)g, Cat $75. $50 315 F A- C2 - large white flaw in inside curve of left 2 [13L16], minor damage caused by missing perforation pin. Quite prominent enough to deserve catalogue status. $5 316 ** A C1 - marginal block of 4 [14R51,52,57,58], unit 52 with white flaw at edge of left wattle by roo’s ear & unit 57 with white flaw in left angle of top frame etc. $120


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378 ** A A1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #91bb. - white vertical line between I & A of ALIA [15L37] $6 $40 - dot on topside of tail of right 2, no flaw in King’s beard [15L52] 379 G A B1 - vertical cut right of first bloom of left wattles and split frame left $5 of HALF [1L20 - late state], BW #91(1)d, Cat $15. - short left arm of W [15R57] $7 $10 380 F A C1 - cut upper left frame [1L50], BW #91(1)h, Cat $10. $8 2d Red-Brown Die I BW #97. $40 381 F A A1 - 3 prominent compartment lines down top half of right frame. - unplated vertical break through 3 shading lines above right $5 wattles, BW #97, Cat $35, light gum toning. 382 F A- C1 - white flaw at base of King’s neck [2R43], minor tonespots. $20 $4 322 F A B1 3d Blue Die Ia Type A, BW #105, Cat $15. 383 F A C1 - white flaw at base of King’s neck [2R28], BW #91(2)f, Cat $10. $10 $6 323 * A A1 4d Orange BW #110. 384 F A A1 - split in right frame opposite lower portion of left wattles [3R54], $40 BW #91(3)f, Cat $10. 324 F A B1 - buff-orange shade, BW #110F, Cat $25, cancelled with framed $10 ‘[M]A[TH]INNA/AU5/18/[TAS]MANIA’. 385 F A C1 - right frame broken at top, flaw on 4th wattle bloom at right, & $15 first ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ joined to frame below [4L1], BW #91(4)d, 325 G A- C1 - lemon-yellow shade, BW #110C, Cat $30, cancelled with Cat $12. $10 unframed ‘HORSHAM/AU11/16/VICTORIA’. (B1). $10 386 F A B1 - horizontal pair, left unit with broken top to crown [4L53 - prior to 326 F A B1 - wmk inverted, BW #110a, Cat $30. $15 the Type B re-entry], BW #91(4)g, Cat $12+, right unit with short 327 F A- B1 - bottom marginal single with ‘plate dot’ [1L60], mildly toned. $10 crown top etc. $12 328 F A B1 - weeping ‘4’ at right [2L18], BW #110(2)f, Cat $25. $20 387 ** A C1 - perf ‘OS’ marginal single with dot before THREE [4R24], BW 329 ** A C1 4d Olive “Horned” emu [2R17], BW #110(2)j, Cat $175+. $140 #91(4)h, Cat $50+. $25 330 F A B1 4d Violet BW #111, Cat $25. $12 388 F A C1 - broken top to crown [4R27] $10 331 ** A- B1 - BW #111, Cat $50, light horizontal gum crease. $25 389 ** A- C1 - golden scarlet shade pair [4R27-8] left unit with Type B re-entry 332 ** A A1 4d Blue Cooke Plates BW #112, minor gum crease. $90 - compartment line at left BW #91(4)ia, Cat $100+, a couple of 333 F A B1 - BW #112, Cat $15. $10 light tonespots on back of each stamp. $50 334 F A- C2 - spot in TLC of LVT, etc [1R1], creased. $10 390 ** A- C1 - Mullett imprint block of 4 [4L54,60-R49,55], unit 55 with ST of 335 F A A2 - white spot left of 4 in RVT etc [1R7] $10 POSTAGE joined, BW #91(4)za, Cat $60, minor spotting $50 336 * A C1 - blurred flaw on T of AUSTRALIA [2R46] $60 391 F A B1 2d Red-Brown Die I perf ‘OS’, BW #98ba, Cat $100. $60 337 F A- C2 - break in arc in front of emu, etc [2R51], some staining on back. $10 392 * A A2 3d Blue Die Ia coloured flaw on outside of left frame opposite 338 F B B1 - dot over O of FOUR etc [2R59], some surface abrassion. $10 roo’s back [4L33] $30 339 F A C2 - white flaw behind emu’s leg [1R60], BW #112o, Cat $40, 393 ** A- A1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #106ba, Cat $150, minor gum crease. $125 rounded BLC. [Flaw is variable per handbook but plating 394 * A B1 4d Olive BW #115. $90 confirmed by minor varieties such as flaw on roo’s hock.] $30 395 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #115b, Cat $100. $70 340 * A B1 4d Olive perf ‘OS’ BW #114ba, Cat $75. $40 396 * A C1 flaw in 4th bloom of left wattles [5L55], BW #115(3)h, Cat $200, 341 * A C1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #114ba, Cat $75. $40 hinge remainder. $100 342 * B C1 - white horizontal flaw below crossbar of left 4 [3L54], a few 397 * A B1 4½d Violet Die I unplated white flaw in top angle of right frame tonespots, apparently only found in this printing. $40 etc, tidy hinge remainder. $30 343 * A C1 - damaged right frame etc [3R6] $20 398 F A C1 1/4d Greenish Blue BW #129, Cat $150. $70 344 * A C1 - white flaw through right frame of RVT [4R56], hinge remainder. $40 345 * A B1 4½d Violet Die I BW #118, Cat $30. $20 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 13½x12½ 346 F A A1 - vertical blurred flaw right of small 1 in RVT [1L30], this is similar 399 F A B2 ½d Orange block of 4 [9L5-6,11-12] cancelled with ‘GRAFTON/ to the illistration used in BW for 118g. $10 25SE31/N.S.W.’ (A1-). $10 347 F A B1 - White dot right of 2 in RVT and splits in upper inside curve of 400 * A C1 1d Green Die II-I pair, BW #81(1)fa, Cat $60. $40 right frame [1R4] $10 401 V A C1 1½d Red Die II golden scarlet block of 4, cancelled with very 348 F A C1 - blurred flaw in front of slope of 4 in RVT [1R27] $10 light bluish green Philatelic Exhibition of 1NO28. $10 349 F A C1 - shaved top frame at left - late State 1 [1L2], BW #118e, Cat 402 ** A B1 - BW #92. $15 $25. $15 403 * A D1 - perf ‘OS’ block of 4, BW #92ba, Cat $40+. $20 350 F A C1 - white flaw in right value tablet - State II (flaw above US not 404 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’ BW #92bc. $5 present) [1L24], BW #118g, Cat $25. Note the plating is from the 405 F A A1 - shaved frame at left [1L4] $5 handbook and is different to the illustration in BW. $18 406 F A C1 - double spur on right corner of crown top [1L5] $4 351 F A C1 - white flaw in right value tablet - State I [1L24], BW #118g, Cat 407 F A C1 - flaw in left frame & shading opposite left value tablet [1L42] $4 $25. Note the plating is from the handbook and is different to the 408 F A C1 - right frame shaved at top [1L57] $5 illustration in BW. $18 409 G A B2 - carmine (or deep carmine) shade with no top to crown [1R1] $15 352 F A B2 - retouched right value tablet and numerals [1R42], BW #118t, 410 F A C1 - left end of bottom frame thinned to P of PENCE [1R5] $5 Cat $25. $15 411 F A C1 - cracked plate [1L31], BW #92(1)f. $10 353 ** A- C1 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Single Line Perf horizontal 412 F A C1 - splits in top frame at right, right frame at top and top angle of line through oval above emu’s feet [1L53], couple of gum right frame [2R32] $5 bubbles. $60 413 F A- B2 - diagonal flaw in right frame above first angle [3L2], minor stain. $4 354 F A B1 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Comb Perf BW #123, Cat 414 V A C1 - thick white border in BLC [4L45] $12. $5 $6 415 F A C1 - right frame broken at top, flaw on 4th wattle bloom at right, & 355 * A B2 - BW #123, Cat $60, fluffy perfs at base. $40 first ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ joined to frame below [4L1], BW #92(4)d, 356 * A C1 - two blurry flaws to left of right 5 [1L54], hinge remainder. $40 Cat $10. $8 357 ** A- C1 - two white spots on roo’s shoulder [1R54], couple of toned perfs. $40 416 V A C2 - wattle flaw and TRC corrected [4L1], BW #92(4)da, Cat $10. $7 358 F A A1 - Perf ‘OS’ BW #123b. $15 417 F A- B1 - spear in emu’s back [4R30], BW #92(4)j, couple of toned perfs. $10 359 F A A1 1/4d Greenish Blue pair BW #128. $65 418 * A C1 1½d Red-Brown Die II horizontal pair [1R13-14], unit 13 with AUSTRALIA | KGV - Large Multiple Watermark thinning of left frame from BLC and returning to normal 11½mm from corner - State II and unit 14 with notch below 2 in left value 360 ** A C1 ½d Green perf ‘OS’ marginal single, BW #65ba, Cat $25. $15 shield - State II [1R13], heavy hinge remainder. $12 361 ** A C1 - marginal block of 16 [4L1-4,7-10,13-16], unit 1 with white flaw 419 ** A B1 2d Red-Brown Die II BW #99. $15 on emu’s back, unit 2 with white spot after 2 in right value tablet, 420 F A- B1 - BW #99, Cat $10, slight corner crease to TRC. $5 unit 3 with eight wattles at left & unit 7 with retouched shading 421 * A A2 2d Red Die II perf ‘OS’, BW #100ba, Cat $40, short corner perf. $30 behind kangaroo. $100 422 F A C2 2d Red Die III small vertical line above emu’s back [2R15] 362 **/* A C1 - marginal block of 6 with Thin Fraction, BW #65(5)m, Cat $125, $4 4 units mtd. 423 F A B1 3d Blue Die Ia Type B, BW #107, Cat $30, with short shading $65 lines above LI, crown flaw etc [3,4L52] 363 F A C1 1d Red Harrison Printing BW #74, Cat $20. $20 $12 424 F A- B1 - dot right of 3 in right value tablet etc [3,4R38], minor faults. 364 F A B1 - secret mark, BW #74A(4)d. $15 $80 425 * A D1 - type A, BW #107, Cat $75, with notch in bottom frame at BLC 365 F A C1 1d Green perf ‘OS’, BW #78b, Cat $30. $20 [3L42] $50 366 ** B B2 1½d Black-Brown Die I block of 6 [2R15-16,21-22,27-28], unit 426 * A A1 - dark patch below King’s beard [4R8] 16 with upper half of right limb of H of THREE missing, small tear $70 in unit 15 and bend through all units except 28. 427 F A- B1 - type A perf ‘OS’ pair with retouch to crown top & coloured flaws $30 behind emu’s neck [4L28-9], small tear in 4L28. 367 F A A1 1½d Brown Die I deep red-brown shade perf ‘OS’ BW #86ba. $25 $8 428 ** A B1 3d Blue Die II perf ‘OS’ BW #108b. 368 F B B2 - break in right frame below emu’s tail [9AL18], thinned TLC. $75 $20 429 F A- C1 - flaw on R of AUSTRALIA etc [5R33], BW #108f, Cat $25, weak 369 F A A1 - break in shading lines left of crown [10L32] $5 BLC perf. $10 AUSTRALIA | KGV - No Watermark 430 F A A1 4d Olive perf ‘OS’ BW #116wa. $10 370 V A- B1 1d Green perf ‘OS’, BW #79ba, Cat $100, light horizontal 431 ** A A1 - perf ‘OS’ with kangaroo’s tongue out [4L25], BW #116(4)e, Cat crease. $90. $50 $70 371 * A B1 - nick near top of left frame [VII/31], BW #79(4)g, Cat $20. 432 * A - perf ‘OS’ with distorted SE corner [4R60], BW #116(4)l, Cat $15 $75. $15 372 * A B1 - ferns [VII/54], BW #79(4)ia, Cat $20. $60 373 * A B1 1½d Red Die I white flaw over roo’s head [17R1], BW #90(17)h, $15 433 F A B1 4d Olive Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #116(OS), Cat $25. Cat $50. 434 ** A B1 - left marginal horizontal pair, BW #116(OS), Cat $70, minor $30 bend. $35 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 14 435 V A B1 - bluish opt, BW #116(OS)c, Cat $50. $25 374 ** A A1 1d Green translucent (pelure) paper horizontal pair, BW #80aa. 436 F A B2 4½d Violet Die I BW #120, Cat $30. $20 [Translucent paper is quite rare and under-rated, a plate 4 437 ** A B1 - BW #120, Cat $150. $120 imprint block of 4 realised $1000 in Auction 74.] $200 438 V A B1 4½d Violet Die II CTO, BW #121. $80 375 F A A1 - NY Joined BW #80(4)m. $10 439 V A- B1 - BW #121, CTO, with full gum, gum toned. $70 376 **/* A B1 - Ash - N over N plate 4 imprint block of 8 with ferns, RA joined 440 * A B1 ‘FIVE PENCE’ on 4½d Violet Die II cto, BW #125w, Cat $10. $8 retouched & roo’s tongue out, BW #80(4)zb, Cat $120+, some 441 V A B1 5d Orange-Brown Die II perf ‘OS’ BW #126b. $25 perf separation. $60 377 * A C1 1½d Red Die II block of 4, perf ‘OS’, BW #91bb, Cat $80, lower left unit with transitory coloured flaw below T of AUST. $50 317 F 318 F 319 * 320 ** 321 F

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AUSTRALIA | KGV - CofA Watermark 442 ** A B1 1d Green vertical pair [VIII54,60] with run N retouch, corner dot has been corrected by makeready and is not apparent, BW #82(4)q,sb, Cat $70+. 443 ** A C1 1½d Red-Brown Die II block of 4, BW #94, Cat $32. 444 ** A C1 2d Red Die III strip of 3 perf ‘VG’ (Die 1, 1st head - 10 holes in G ), BW #103. 445 F A B1 - end of 6th shading line below emu’s tail missing [3R59] 446 ** A B1 2d Red Die III Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #103(OS). 447 ** A B1 - golden scarlet shade, BW #103(OS). 448 * A B1 3d Blue Die II BW #109. 449 * A B1 3d Blue Die II Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #109(OS), Cat $12. 450 F A B1 4d Olive BW #117. 451 F A C1 - perf ‘W/A’. 452 F A B2 5d Orange-Brown Die II flaw between ‘A’ & ‘G’ of ‘POSTAGE’ [3R20], BW #127(3)i, Cat $20. 453 F A A1 5d Orange-Brown Die II Overprinted ‘OS’ light yellow-brown shade, BW #127A(OS). 454 V A C1 - cto, BW #127(OS)w, Cat $50. 455 V A B1 1/4d Greenish Blue BW #131, Cat $15. AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals 456 F A A1 1927 Canberra 1½d lake, BW #132W, CTO cancel of 30mm ‘CANBERRA/9MY27/[F.C.T.]’ (A2). 457 F A A1 1930 Sturt set of 2, BW #139-40. 458 * A A1 - 1½d carmine-red, perf ‘OS’, BW #139wa. 459 F A B1 1931-38 Kingsford Smith Airmail 6d grey-brown, BW #144, Cat $15. 460 ** A A1 - marginal example BW #144. 461 **/* A B2 1934 Vic Centenary Perf 10½ 3d blue block of 4, 2 units with flag right of tower, BW #152d, Cat $100+, 2 units with flaw **. 462 F A B1 - 1/- black, BW #153, Cat $30, slight staining from cancel. 463 F A B1 1934 Macarthur 2d Dark Hills, BW #158. 464 ** A A1 - 9d purple BW #160. 465 * A- A1 1934-49 1/6d Hermes No Wmk, BW #161, Cat $40, small tone spot on reverse. 466 * A B1 1935 Silver Jubilee 2d carmine-red, Ash imprint block of 4, BW #166z, Cat $10. 467 **/* A A1 - 2d carmine red lower left block of 4 (3**) with Plate No 2 BW #166(2)zb. 468 ** A B1 1936 Cable 2d vertical pair with Plate 1 and coloured flaw to left of headland at Stanley, BW #169e, Cat $75. 469 **/* A A1 1936 SA Centenary 1/- green Ash imprint block of 4 (2**) BW #173z. 470 DF A 1938-41 KGVI Definitives Die II 1d QM & 2d KGVI perf pip blocks of 4 affixed to envelope piece and cancelled with violet ‘MERNDA/1AU38/VIC’ (First day of issue) BW #182 & 188, nice piece. 471 F A B1 1937-41 3d Blue KGVI Die I White wattles, BW #190, Cat $125, slight toning at base. 472 V A- B1 - Die IA, BW #192, Cat $25, toned perf at top. 473 ** A A1 - Die II thick paper, BW #193. 474 ** A B1 1938-49 Robes Thin Paper 5/- reddish lake BW #213. 475 F A A1 - 10/- dull purple, BW #214. 476 G A- B1 - £1 blue, BW #217, Cat $80, 1mm closed tear at top left. 477 F A A2 1938-49 Robes Thick Paper 10/- dull purple, BW #214A, Cat $15. 478 F A B2 1940 AIF set of 4, BW #218-21, Cat $14, 3d has short perfs down right edge. 479 ** A- B1 1946 Mitchell 2½d carmine, Authority imprint block of 4 with flaw in S of AUSTRALIA [Sh? R6/1], BW #239zc, slight toning to right edge of selvedge. 480 F A A1 1949-64 Arms set BW #268-71. (4) 481 ** A A1 1953 Produce Food 3½d butter with retouch beneath milking cup - Type IV [2/3] in se-tenant strip of 3, BW #290ec, Cat $15, strip hinged. 482 F A B1 - 3½d butter, with retouch beneath milking cup on cow Type XII [5/6], BW #290ek, Cat $10. 483 *F A 1954 Royal Visit on airmail cover to Moline, Illinois, cancelled with ‘OAKLEIGH SE.12/5-P30MR54/VIC-AUST’ (B1). 484 **/* A A1 1959-66 QEII Definitives 2d reddish-brown, coil triplet on ordinary paper with coil join, BW #348bb. 485 ** A B1 1962-66 QEII 2d Brown Helecon Paper coil perf pair with coil join, BW #349bb, Cat $30. 486 V A B1 1963-66 Navigators 10/- Flinders, white paper, BW #407B. 487 ** A A1 1963-66 Birds 2/5d Blue Wren, cream paper corner block of 4 BW #420. AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals | Stamps on Cover 488 *F B 1928 3d Kookaburra BW #133, Cat $80, 1929 use with 1½d red KGV on cover from Brisbane to Sydney, red C4 registration label, opened a little roughly. AUSTRALIA | Decimal Issues 1966 Coil Tester blank gummed P15xImperf strip of 3. 489 ** A 490 V A A1 1966-73 QEII Definitives 5c blue booklet pane of 6, BW #445ca, Cat $10, first day cancel. 491 * A A1 1966-70 Marine Life 10c Anemone fish, with retouch over ‘US’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [UP 3/9], BW #453f, Cat $15. 492 ** A A1 1966-68 Bird Definitives set of 6, 13c - 30c, BW #454-9, Cat $28.50. 493 ** A A1 - 30c Ibis, BW #459, Cat $15. 494 ** A A1 - 30c Straw-Necked Ibis marginal pair with red sheet number, BW #459, Cat $30. 495 ** A- B1 1966-74 Navigators 40c Tasman, faintest of tonespots. 496 V A A1 - 40c & 50c CTO, BW #460-1x, Cat $10. 497 ** A A1 - 50c Dampier, BW #461, Cat $15.

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- 50c Dampier strip of 5, BW #461, Cat $75. - 75c Cook corner block of 4 BW #462. 1967 Lions lower pane sheet number block of 4, BW #475zb. 1968-71 Flowers set of 6, BW #483-8, Cat $14.50. 1968 Building Societies Congress upper & lower pane blocks of 8 with red sheet number under 5/7, BW #493zc,zd, Cat $12. 1969 England-Australia Flight Anniversary TRC se-tenant block of 9, including 2 examples of very weak shading on car [RP 1/3 & 2/5], BW #513-5, Cat $30. - complete sheet of 100, showing red cylinder in it’s original state, sheet number ‘076691’, BW #513-5, Cat $165++, some light toning. - corner block of 9 [LP1-3/1-3] with weak shading on car retouches, Type I, Type II & Type III, BW #514da,db,dc, Cat $45+, hinge mark in selvedge, perf separation between LP1/1 & 2/1, diagonal crease in BRC of 1/1 and selvedge beside 2/1. 1970 Cook Bicentenary Miniature sheet cancelled First Day Of Issue with Russell St cds 20AP70. 1970-74 Floral Coils 5c, 500 coil starter in olive-green, BW #529ce, Cat $40. 1970 United Nations 6c top marginal vertical pair, bottom unit showing retouch in blue above ‘Au’ of ‘Australia’ [LP 2/2], BW #545e. 1971-72 Animals set of 3 in blocks of 4, BW #560-2, Cat $13. 1971 Christmas se-tenant block of 7, Wiggins Teape - cream paper, BW #578c, Cat $32.50. - se-tenant block of 7, Wiggins Teape - cream paper, BW #578c, Cat $32.50, CTO. 1968-74 Floral Emblems 30c Waratah 2nd cylinders lower BRC block of 8 with white flaw on upright of L of AUSTRALIA [LP 4/7], BW #588g, Cat $30++. 1972 Primary Industries set BW #591-4. (4) 1972 Olympics 7c Athletics bottom marginal block of 4, with TLC unit showing retouch in light green on lower portion of track [LP4/7], BW #601f, Cat $12, also showing sheet number in selvedge. 1973-80 Marine Life 2c Coral Crab, TRC block of 10, BLC unit with 2 orange dots on large nipper [ShB L5/1], BW #637f. 1973-80 Gemstones 7c Agate KP6T paper, BW #643, Cat $24. 1973 Legacy 7c right marginal block of 4, BW #649, TRC unit with light spot left of the thumb [RP 5/5] 1973 Radio Broadcasting 7c with retouch on lower left segment of speaker [LP 8/1], BW #658d. 1974-78 Marsupial Definitives 20c Wombat, top marginal block of 4, gum arabic, BW #659, BLC with Small white dot in ‘A’ of ‘Australia’ [ShA R2/7] 1974-81 Paintings set of 3, BLC blocks of 4, BW #664-6, Cat $40, face value $28. 1974 UPU 7c, P15x14, with retouch in rose over bird’s head [ShC L1/3], BW #676d, Cat $12. 1974 Newspaper Sesquicentenary TLC block of 4, BW #678, BLC unit with weakness in dots right of A [L 2/1] - top marginal block of 4, BW #678, BRC unit with black dot before ‘Ian’ [R 2/6] 1974 Christmas 10c, Plate ‘3’ left marginal number & perf pip block of 4, BW #680zd, Cat $15. 1976 75th Anniversary of Nationhood 18c Die II, TRC block of 4, BLC unit with white flaw under kangaroo’s foot [ShC U2/4], BW #733a, Cat $25. 1977-89 Paintings $5 Holiday at Mentone, marginal block of 4 with ‘SPECIMEN’ opt, BW #781x, Cat $20. 1978 National Stamp Week 80c minisheet in Australian Stamp Promotion Council booklet, BW #824. 1980 National Stamp Week M/S optd Sydpex 80 National Stamp Exhibition plated set of 25 BW #879 Cat $40. (25) 1980 Aircraft 22c pair one with large red dot on wing (ShA L6/34), BW #883e, Cat $10. 1982 XII Commonwealth Games, Brisbane 81c miniature sheet, overprinted for ‘ANPEX 82’, BW #971. 1984 Barred Edge Frama 30c set. (7) 1985 Terra Australis - Navigators used set of 4 & MUH minisheet, BW #1097-1101. 1986-87 Platypus Frama 36c set of nine. (9) 1988 Australian Bicentennial - the Early Years 37c se-tenant gutter strip of ten with Ovpt of the First Fleet issued for The Stamp & Coin Show Sydney. 1991 Albany $1.05 block of 4, BW #1530. 1992 Wetlands set of 2 on maxicards, BW #1572-3. 1993 Bangkok 1993 Overprint on Dinosaurs M/S, BW #1686c. 1994 Life Saving set in full gutter strips. 1994 Brisbane Stamp Show Overprint on Zoos M/S, BW #1773ca. 1994 Sydney Stamp Show Overprint on Zoos M/S, BW #1773ca. 1995 The World Down Under $2.70 minisheet, BW #1890. 1996 Pets $2.70 minisheet, BW #1998. 1997 Hong Kong ‘97 Overprint on Pets M/S, BW #1998cf. 1997 Breast Cancer Awareness 45c Sheetlet, BW #2062z. 1998 Roses Greetings Stamp 45c Champagne Rose, gutter block of 10, BW #2084z, Cat $10. 1999 Roses 45c se-tenant gutter block of 10, with Cupids & Heart in gutter. 2001 Rock Australia sheetlet of 10, BW #2433z. 2001 Queen’s Birthday sheetlet of 10, BW #2445z. 2003 Paddle Steamers illustrated gutter strip of 10. 2004 Bridges gutter block of 10 with designs in gutter.

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2006 Whales M/S. 2006 Barry Humphries sheetlet of 10. 2006 Commonwealth Games M/S. 2007 APEC sheetlet of 10. 2008 150 Years of Australian Football sheetlet of 10. 2008 Beijing Olympics sheetlet of 10.

AUSTRALIA | Booklets 557 ** A 1949 2/6d KGVI 2½d KGVI BW #B55. 1953-57 QEII 3/6d 3½d no wmk, BW #B58, Cat $25. 558 ** A 559 ** A1957-59 4/- QEII 4d claret with ‘British Commonwealth’ on inside front etc, BW #B60B, some soiling on front cover. 1967 $1 Provisional Cover 5c on 4c red, Edition V67/1, 560 ** A ‘Registered Post.... slogan BW #B107B, ad seq ‘6,20,0,0,0,052,16e’. 561 V A 1970-71 Famous Australians pair of booklets with first pane of each cancelled with 1963 (Sic) Canberra Exhibition postmark. 1970 $1.20 Famous Australians 6c No edition Number BW 562 ** A #B135. 1972-73 70c Prime Ministers 10x7c Cook & Bruce, BW #B138. 563 ** A 1982 60c Eucalypt BW #B144. 564 ** A 565 ** A 1987 $2 Aboriginal Crafts BW #B153. 1987 $2 Aboriginal Craft BW #B153. 566 ** A 567 ** A 1988 $3.70 Postal Services Leigh Mardon Print, BW #B155. 1988 $3.90 Tourism CPL paper, BW #B158, Cat $12, reddish 568 ** A tint on cover. 1988 80c Australian Crafts Harrison off-white paper, BW 569 ** A #B159, cover with brown UV reaction. 570 ** A 1989 $3.90 Fishing 39c x10, BW #B164. 1989 $4.10 Cycling BW #B166. 571 ** A 572 ** A 1989 Christmas $3.60 Ovptd Sydney Stamp & Coin Show. 1990 $3.80 Christmas BW #B178. 573 ** A 1992-94 $4.50 Threatened Species 45c BW #B178. 574 ** A 575 ** A1992-94 $4.50 Thinking of You BW #B187, slight tone spot at right edge of inside back cover. 1992 $8 Christmas BW #189. 576 ** A 577 ** A 1993 $4.50 Trains BW #B190, Cat $12. 578 ** A - $4.50, Indopex ‘93 opt, BW #B190cb, Cat $15. 579 ** A - $4.50, Queensland Stamp & Coin Show opt, BW #B190cc, Cat $15. 580 ** A 1993 $4.50 Dinosaurs BW #B191. 581 ** A 1995 Australia Remembers $4.50 booklet, BW #B202, Cat $12. 582 ** A 1996 Pets $4.50, BW #B225, Cat $12. 583 ** A 1997 Classic Cars $4.50, BW #B228. 584 ** A 1998 Champagne Roses $4.50, BW #B234. 585 ** A 1999 Australian Legends - Arthur Boyd $4.50, philatelic barcode, BW #B240B. 586 ** A 1999 Roses $4.50, philatelic barcode, BW #B241B. 587 ** A 2000 Gardens $4.50, philatelic barcode, BW #B251A. AUSTRALIA | Postage Dues 588 ** A A1 1902 Converted NSW Plates 1d emerald BW #D3. 589 F A C1 - 2d P11.8 all around, BW #D8, Cat $20, pencil cancel. 590 * B B1 - 3d green, wmk inverted, BW #D10, Cat $30, toned. 591 F A B1 1902-04 Design Completed Wmk Crown/NSW 2d emerald, P11.8x11, wmk inverted, BW #D26a. 592 * A B1 1906-08 Design Completed Wmk Crown/Single Lined A 1d light green P11½x11 BW #D56. 593 F A- B1 - 2d light green, P11.8x11, BW #D59, Cat $10, TLC stained. 594 * A A1 1909-10 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thick Paper 6d rose-red & green BW #D86. 595 F A B1 1913-21 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thin Paper 2d carmine & yellow-green, BW #D99, Cat $12. 596 F B B1 - 1/- scarlet & pale green P14, BW #D102, Cat $50, small tear. 597 F A B1 1922-30 Wmk 3rd Crown/A 1d shade set of 3, BW #D107, Cat $36. 598 ** A B1 1931-37 Wmk C of A 1d carmine & yellow-green P14, BW #D114, Cat $25. 599 * A A1 - 4d carmine & yellow-green BW #D119. 600 F A- B1 1938-63 New Frame Plates complete set of 7, BW #D122-8, ½d has carmine horizontal line below value tablet, 3d has lightly creased BLC & 6d has mild tone spot in ‘U’ of ‘DUE’. 601 ** A B1 1946-56 Redrawn Value Plates 1d red & deep green, block of 4 BW #D130. 602 * A B1 - 6d carmine & deep yellow-green, BW #D135, Cat $10. 603 **/* A B1 - 6d carmine & deep yellow-green, block of 4, BW #D135, Cat $70, 3**/1*. 604 ** A B1 - 1/- vertical block of 6, BW #D138, Cat $93. 605 ** A- B1 - 1/- left marginal vertical block of 6, BW #D138, Cat $93, toned TRC. 606 ** A B1 - 1/- pair, BW #D138, Cat $32. 607 ** A B1 - 1/- gutter vertical strip of 4, BW #D138, Cat $64, with part Authority imprint. 608 ** A A1 1958-63 No Wmk 5d Die I marginal unit BW #D150. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1911 KGV Fullface 1d red ASC #P1, with printed message for 609 *** A Felton Grimwade & Bickford Ltd on reverse. 1911 Coronation Issue 1d greenish blue with Portrait of KGV in 610 *V A ornate oval ASC P4, used in 1912. 611 *F A - 1d greyish blue ASC #P4 with Portrait of KGV in ornate oval at left with additional 1d red KGV tied by Melbourne machine cancel in 1921, to Austria. 1917-30 KGV Sideface 1½d on 1d red KGV on buff, ASC #P17, 612 *** ASoldiers Club, George St, Sydney message on back, couple of spots.

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- 1½d brown on buff, with footnote, ASC #P18, cancelled with Krag ‘SYDNEYJE1/2-PM/1923/N.S.W - BRITISH EMPIRE EXHIBITION/LONDON APRIL 1924/AUSTRALIA’S OPPORTUNITY’ (B1), to Clarence Town. - 1d violet on buff stock, ASC #P27a, used in 1924. - 1d green on ivory, Die I, single line heading, ASC #P30, Cat $45, slight discolouration at left & base. - 1d green Die III with single line heading ASC #P31, used in 1929. - 1d green Die III, single line heading, ASC #P31. 1953-57 QEII Sideface 3d green Die I CTO Melbourne cds 1JY 53 being first day of issue ASC P41.

AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 619 *F A1918-30 KGV Sideface 1½d red with ‘PRICE. TWOPENCE’ in TLC, ASC #L36, Cat $35, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/2MAY/4PM/ 1930/N.S.W. - GROW MORE/WHEAT’ (A1) machine, to Yass, couple of small tonepots. - 2d red on white ASC L38. 620 *** A 621 *** A - 2d red on white stock, ASC #L38, with Private printing for W. S. Friend & Co Sydney. 1953-59 QEII Sideface 3½d red Die II ASC L53 uprated with ½d 622 *** A roo. 623 *** A - 4d claret with admonition within in claret, ASC #L56. - 5d blue and blue bars on 4d claret, ASC #L58. 624 *** A 1960-65 QEII Facing Right 5d blue, ASC #L59. 625 *** A 1966-80 QEII Decimal 1966 4c QEII cream within, ASC #L61. 626 *** A 627 *** A - 7c mauve text on reverse ends.....Postage is required ASC L65.

$15 $10 $5 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes $10 1916-20 KGV Embossed Octagon Without ‘Postage’ 1d red 628 *F A$10 on cream, ASC #E5, cancelled with ‘HORNSBY/ $8 530P14JA19/N.S.W’ (A1-), to Michelago, some damage to top edge from opening. $6 629 *F A 1928-36 KGV Embossed Oval 2d red, security print grey-black $12 within, ASC #E21d. $6 1938-51 KGVI Embossed Oval 3d red on buff paper, ASC 630 *** A $10 #E28. 631 *** B 1953-56 QEII Embossed Large Die 3½d red on buff, ASC $10 #E32, Cat $25, tone spots. $10 632 *F A - 3½d red, ASC #E32, cancelled with ‘GOSFORD/130PM/ 19APR/1956/N.S.W. AUST’ machine, to Melbourne. $6 - 4d carmine, with senders address on backflap, ASC #E34, 633 *F A $6 cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/19OCT/930PM/1956/VIC·AUST $6 KEEP T.B. AT BA[Y]/HAVE A CHEST X-R[AY]’ machine, to East $6 Finchley, England. 634 *** A 1957-65 QEII Embossed Small Die 4d carmine on buff, $6 ‘SENDERS ADDRESS’ on backflap, ASC #E36. $6 635 *F A - 5d light blue on buff, ASC #E38, cancelled with ‘GEELONG/ $6 10AM/25JAN/166[5]/VIC. AUST’, to Richmond, Vic. - 5d light blue on buff, ASC #E38, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/ 636 *F A 1215AM/8/1NOV/8/1960/N.S.W. AUST. - BLOOD DONORS/ $35 ARE/URGENTLY NEEDED’. $10 637 *** A 1966-78 QEII Embossed 4c red on buff size 22x102mm, ASC $10 #E43 638 *** A - 5c orange on buff with Postcode added to flap ASC 46. $4 $30 $6 $30 $6 $16 $25 $15 $25 $50 $20 $6 $45 $60 $60 $20 $40 $25 $60 $85 $85 $20

$20 $30 $25 $15 $25 $45

$25 $60 $50 $30 $25 $12 $8 $15 $8

$30 $10 $45 $6 $5

$5 $25 $10 $4 $20 $35

AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 639 *** A 1970s OHMS Envelope For Electoral Claim unused envelope for South Australia, rare mint survivor. $25 1929-31 KGV Embossed Oval With ‘OS’ in Die Two Pence on 640 *F A1½d red OHMS long envelope for Education Department Melbourne used in 1948, HG #DB22, some faults but very scarce Official envelope. $100 - OHMS 2d red KGV, HG #DB23, on window faced envelope for 641 *F ACommonwealth Sub Treasury used in Adelaide in 1931, nice official envelope. $75 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 642 *F B 1914 KGV Sideface 1d red Die I on envelope for Vacuum Oil Co P/L, WM #PE9A, roughly opened. $50 1921 KGV Embossed Octagon With Postage 1½d green on 643 *F A window faced envelope used in 1923, WM #PE33. $30 - 2d red on pre-addressed envelope for J G Stanfield Queen St 644 ** A Melbourne, WM #PE36, few minor creases. $65 645 *F A 1929 KGV Embossed Oval 1d green on illustrated window faced envelope for Barnett Glass Rubber Co Ltd used in 1932, WM #PE47. $45 - 2d red Die I on window faced envelope for Beard Watson & Co 646 *F ALtd, WM #PE51A, used in 1933, few minor faults. $20 647 *F A 1937-50 KGVI Embossed Oval 1d green on window faced envelope for Vacuum Oil Company Pty Ltd used in 1938, WM #PE56. $25 - 1d green, WM #PE56, on window faced envelope for Edwards 648 *F A Dunlop and Co, used in 1940. $15 649 *F A 1951 KGVI Embossed Crown Circle 3½d red on Trustees Executors & Agency Co envelope with additional 9d Platypus paying registration fee used in Melbourne in 1953, WM #PE73. $25 650 *F A1953 QEII Embossed 3d green on window faced envelope for The Myer Emporium uprated with ½d Roo, used in 1956, WM #PE74 $20 1958-65 QEII Embossed Small Die 5d light blue on long 651 *F A window faced envelope for Mobil Oil Australia used in 1965, WM #PE81. $15 652 *F A - 5d light blue on window faced envelope for Noyes Bros used in 1962, WM #PE81. $15 653 *F A - 5d light blue on textured paper, WM #PE81, printed Melbourne return address. $10


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1966 QEII Embossed Small Die 4c orange-red on window faced envelope used in 1967, WM #PE83. 1967 QEII Embossed Small Die 5c orange on envelope for Turrella Industries P/L used in 1968, WM #PE84.

AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1915-25 KGV Sideface 4½d on 5d ‘envelpe’ error, ASC #R18a, 656 *F A Cat $100, cancelled light ‘NEWCASTLE/—-26AP24/N.S.W’ (A1) with red C1 registration label. 657 *F A- 4½d with straight sides, ASC #R19, with No Top to Crown variety, cancelled with ‘NEWCASTLE/—-■9JA25/N.S.W’ (A1) and red C1 registration label. 1928-30 KGV Embossed Oval 5d brown on buff, ASC #R27, 658 *F A cancelled with ‘WARBURTON/28JA36/VICTORIA’ (B1), with blue C6 registration label 1938-51 KGVI Embossed Oval 5d KGVI brown on buff stock, 659 *F A ASC #R28, uprated with 2d red KGVI for 2nd weight step, cancelled with ‘NAMBUCCA HEADS/10MR59/N.S.W.’ (A1), blue label. 660 *F B 1953-65 QEII Embossed Circle 2/5d Helecon, ASC #R44, Cat $200, used Jan 1966, opened-out a bit roughly. 1966-67 QEII Decimal Embossed Circle 24c green on yellow, 661 *F A text includes ‘£50’, ASC #R46, cancelled with light ‘DEER PARK/ 26JY66/VIC-AUST’ (A1-), to Tatts. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1945 KGVI 7d blue on grey, ‘AIRLETTER’ in one word, ASC 662 *F A #A2, cancelled with light ‘ARARAT/930P5OC51/VIC-AUST’ (B1), to Brussels, Belgium. 663 *** A1952 Ten Pence on 7d KGVI ASC #A4, light vertical fold. 664 *** A - ASC #A4, unfolded. 1952 10d Constellation HG #A5, cancelled by Brisbane slogan 665 *F B of 9JUL1953, to North Ireland, creased. 1954 10d Plane on Globe red on blue with boxed Aerogramme, 666 *F A ASC #A7, very lightly machine cancelled. 1956 10d Olympic Games ASC #A8, cancelled with ‘G.P.O./ 667 *V A 12NO56/MELBOURNE’ (A1) cto, bearing neat typed address. 668 *F A - ASC #A8, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/315AM/7JAN/1957/ VIC AUST’ (A1-) machine, to Somerset, England 669 ** A1959 10d New Jet blue on blue, ‘NO TAPE OR STICKER...’ on reverse, ASC #A9, hinge marks. 1959 Jet International Congress of Scientific Management, ASC 670 *** A #A10. 671 *** A 1959 10d 12th International Congress of Scientific Management ASC #A10, unfolded. 672 *F A 1960 10d Jet with ‘Overseas Service’ at TLC, ASC #A14, cancelled with Colombo double-circle & addressed to Tatura, Vic. 673 *** A 1961 10d Christmas ASC #A15. 1963 10d Christmas ASC #A20. 674 *** A 675 *** A 1968 10c Economic Commission For Asia and the Far East 10c ASC A30. 676 *** A - ASC A30, unfolded. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes (Official) 1952 OHMS Airletter ‘ON HIS MAJESTY’S SERVICE’ in dark 677 *** A blue, ASC #OA3, Optd SPECIMEN in violet. 678 *** A - ‘ON HIS MAJESTY’S SERVICE’ in dark blue, ASC #OA3, Optd SPECIMEN in violet, unfolded. - ‘ON HIS MAJESTY’S SERVICE’ in dark blue, ASC #OA3, Optd 679 *** A SPECIMEN in violet, unfolded AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 680 *** A 1966-80 QEII Decimal 6c red, ASC #W27. - 7c magenta QEII uprated with 3c crab, 5c scenes & 10c 681 *** A sapphire x5, ASC #W28. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous Business Reply Envelopes Arthur J Veall & Louis Coen 682 *** C Wireless mail order reply envelopes (2), largely in good shape with tatty edges. AUSTRALIA | Telegram Forms 683 *F A 1939 use of illustrated Social Telegram from Melbourne to Port Melbourne 31 Jan 1939. AUSTRALIA | Telegram Envelopes Stylised Birds and Stars on window faced Telegram envelope 684 *** A No TG65D. AUSTRALIA | First Day Covers 1935 Anzac 2d scarlet tied to plain FDC by Sydney machine 685 *F A cancel 18 Mar 1935. 686 *F A 1935 Silver Jubilee 3d blue on plain cover, cancelled with ‘UNLEY/2MY35/S.A’ (A1-). 1936 SA Centenary illustrated Gower? cover with 3d tied by 687 *F A Glenelg cds 3 AU36. 688 *F A 1937 1d QE & 2d KGVI illustrated APO cover tied by Kyancutta cds 10MY37, unaddressed. - on APO addressed FDC cancelled with ‘SURREY HILLS/ 689 *F B 10MY37/VIC’ (A1+), minor spots. 690 *F A - tied to Registered illustrated Post Office cover by Adelaide cds 10MY37. 691 *F A 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary set of 3 on official FDC cancelled at Penhurst, NSW, with registration label. 1946 Mitchell set of 3 on Set-Maker cover with mss corrected 692 *F B issue date cancelled with ‘M.O. MERBEIN/14OC46/VIC.’ (A2) on registered air cover to Tasmania, a little grubby. 693 *F A 1948 2½d Pan Pacific Scout Jamboree illustrated Miller Bros cover with adhesive tied by Melbourne cds cds 15NO48.

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694 *F A 695 *F A 696 *F A-

697 *F A 698 *F A 699 *F A 700 *F A 701 *F A

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$30

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$6

704 *F A 705 *F A

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706 *F A 707 *F A 708 *F A 709 *F A 710 *F A

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$10

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715 *F A 716 *F A 717 *F A 718 *F A 719 *F A 720 *F A 721 *F A

$5

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723 *F A 724 *F A-

$4

725 *V A 726 *F A-

$50

727 *V A 728 *F A

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729 *F A 730 *F A 731 *F A 732 *F A

$65

733 *V A 734 *F A

$5

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$20

736 *F A

$30

737 *F A

$15 $15

738 *F A 739 *F A

1950 2½d Scarlet KGVI Registered illustrated Haslem FDC with block of 4 tied by Brisbane cds 12AP50. 1951 Federation 5½d blue on Wide World cover cancelled at TOWNSVILLE/6-P-1MY51/QLD-AUST’ (A1+), hand-addressed. 1953 Young Farmers 3½d block of 4 on Southern Cross illustrated FDC, cancelled with GPO Sydney of 3SE53, neat mss address to Darling Point, NSW, some slight toning around edges of stamps. - illustrated cover with 3½d tied by Woollongong cds 3 SE53. 1953 Tasmanian Sesquicentenary illustrated Wide World cover with 3½d pair and 2/- tied by Adelaide cds 23SE53. 1954 New Definitives 2½d & 6½d on green & purple Southern Cross cover, cancelled with ‘GEELONG/23JE54/VIC-AUST’. 1954 ANARE 3½d black, cancelled with ‘G.P.O. SYDNEY/ 8P17NO54/N.S.W-AUST’ on cover to Chatswood. 1955 Cobb & Co APO Hermes cover with Cobb & Co set tied by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 6 JY55. 1955 Nursing illustrated cover with 3½d tied by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 21SE55. - on Royal cover with purple & green cachet, cancelled with ‘LORNE/21SE55/VIC-AUST’, addressed, 2nd damaged copy with purple & brown cachet. 1956 Olympic Games Publicity Post Card with 1/- Olympic Games tied to front by Philatelic Bureau cds 31OC56. 1957 Royal Flying Doctor illustrated FDC with 7d tied by Melbourne cds 21AU57. 1958 Christmas illustrated WCS FDC with set tied by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 5NOV58. 1959 5d Blue QEII illustrated WCS cover tied by Russell Street cds 1OC59, unaddressed. 1960 Flowers illustrated WCS cover with 1/6d Chrismas Bells tied by Salisbury cds 3 FE60. 1960 2/5d Banksia tied to illustrated WCS FDC by Adelaide of 16MAR60. 1960 NT Exploration 5d pink on generic APO FDC, cancelled with Clarence St FDoI of 21SEP60, with neat typed address, to Rotterdam, Holland. 1960 Melbourne Cup 5d tied to illustrated WCS FDC by Adelaide cds 12OCT60. 1960 Queensland Stamp Centenary 5d tied to illustrated WCS FDC by Adelaide cds 2NOV60. 1961 5/- Cattle on WCS FDC, cancelled with GPO Adelaide First Day cancel. - tied to Registered illustrated WCS FDC by Surrey Hills North cds 26JY61. 1961 Dame Nellie Melba illustrated WCS cover with 5d Melba pair tied by Adelaide cds 20 SEP 61. 1962 Inland Mission 5d tied to APO Hermes FDC by Philatelic Bureau cds 5SEP62, BW #387y. 1963 Royal Visit 2/3d tied to illustrated Australian Cover Collectors Association FDC by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 18 FEB 63, unaddressed. 1963 50th Anniversary of Canberra illustrated ACCA cover with 5d Canberra tied by Edinburgh Airfield cds 8MR 63, unaddressed. 1963 Royal Visit illustrated Royal cover with set by Brisbane cds 18 FEB 63. 1963 Cable illustrated Royal cover with 2/3d Cable tied by Hunters Hill cds 3DE63. 1964 Airmail illustrated Royal cover with Airmail set tied by Russell Street cds 1JY64. 1965 QEII illustrated WCS cover with 5d red QEII pair tied by Adelaide cds 30 JUN 65. 1966 Birds two illustrated WCS covers with Birds set tied by Russell Street cds’s 14FE66, unaddressed. (2) 1967 4c Bible Society APO FDC with adhesive tied by Russell Street cds 7MR67, couple of light marks. 1968 World Weather Watch 5c tied to illustrated WCS FDC by Adelaide cds 20MR68. - illustrated cover with set tied by Brisbane cds 20MR68, scuff at base. 1968 Soil Science 5c tied to illustrated Excelsior FDC by Ballarat cds 6AU68, unaddressed. 1969 Primary Industries illustrated Excelsior cover with set tied by Bendigo cds 17SEP69, unaddressed. 1969 Christmas APO FDC with set tied by Melbourne cds 15OCT69. 1969 First Flight illustrated cover with flight se-tenant strip of 3 tied by Kyancutta cds 12NO69, unaddressed. - Strip of 3, tied to illustrated WCS FDC by Tooronga cds 12NO69, hand addressed. 1970 Royal Visit illustrated APO cover with 30c tied by Kyancutta cds 31MR70, unaddressed. 1970 Expo set on illustrated APO FDC unaddressed. 1970 Grasslands 5c tied to APO illustrated cover by Russell Street cds 13AP70, neat type addressed. 1970 Grassland Congress 5c on APO FDC, cancelled with Adelaide FDoI, neat typed address, light toning around stamp. 1970 Floral Coils Illustrated APO cover with 4c & 5c floral coils tied by Russell Street cds 27AP70, neat type address. 1970 Captain Cook illustrated APO FDC with 5c strip and 30c tied by Ballarat of 20AP70, unaddressed. 1970 National Development set tied to APO illustrated cover by Rockhampton cds 31AUG 1970, unaddressed. 1970 United Nations 6c tied to APO illustrated cover by Ryde cds 19 OCT 1970, unaddressed.

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 740 *F A 741 *F A 742 *F A 743 *F A 744 *V A 745 *F A B1 746 *F A A1 747 * 1 748 * A 749 * A 750 *V A 751 * A 752 * A 753 * A 754 * A 755 * A 756 *F A 757 *F A 758 *F A 759 *V A

1971 Rotary 6c tied to illustrated WCS FDC by Clarence Street of 17MAY71, unaddressed. 1971 Christmas block of seven tied to APO illustrated cover by South Melbourne cds 13 OCT 1970, unaddressed. 1972 Pioneer Life set tied to APO illustrated cover by Melbourne Philatelic Bureau cds 15 NOV 1972, unaddressed. 1973 National Development set tied to APO illustrated cover by Russell Street cds 6 JUN 1973, unaddressed. 1973 Christmas set tied to APO FDC by Morwell cds 3OCT1973, unaddressed. 1976 Australian Scenes 50c Mount Buffalo on illustrated APO FDC, cancelled with Canberra City FDoI of 25AUG1976, to Ede, Netherlands by air, neat typed address. 1976 Christmas 45c on APO FDC, cancelled with Canberra City FDoI on 1NOV1976, to Maarssen, Netherlands by air. 1980 Christmas 28c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Gosford FDI of 1OCT1980. - 15c & 60c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Sydney South FDI of 3NOV1980. 1980 Australia Day on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Lilydale FDI of 23JAN1980. 1983 complete year set of APO covers, excluding 1983 reptiles & amphibians cover. (15) 1983 Australian Folklore se-tenant strip of 5 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Gosford FDI of 3AUG1983. 1983 Explorers set of 4 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Mount Isa FDI of 26SEP1983. 1985 Electronic Mail 33c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Brisbane FDI of 18SEP1985. 1985 Christmas 45c on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Chatswood FDI of 18SEP1985. - set of 4 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Brisbane FDI of 1NOV1985 1986 Stampex 86 illustrated cover with Stampex Overprinted Click Go the Shears strip tied by Stampex 86 Opening day cancel 4 Aug 1986 in green, unaddressed, scarce FDC. 1986 Alpine Flowers Booklet Pane APO illustrated cover with booklet strip tied by Bentleigh cds 25 Aug 1986. 1987 America’s Cup Defense set tied to individual APO Postcards by special first day cancels, unaddressed. (4) 1988 37c Possum Frama on Philatas pre-Exhibition cover, unaddressed, Cat $50.

AUSTRALIA | Commemorative Covers 1932 Opening Sydney Harbour Bridge 3d Bridge tied to plain 760 *F A cover by Sydney Harbour Bridge machine cancel 29MAR 1932. 761 *F B B1 1936 S.A. Centenary & 7th Australian Philatelic Exhibition light hexagonal ‘S.A. CEN & 7TH AUS PHILEXBN-/20OCT1936/ ADELAIDE. SA’, on illustrated FDC with blue exhibition registration label, some toning. 762 *F A A1- 1938 Newcastle Philatelic Exhibition ‘NEWCASTLE PHILATELIC EXHIBITION/18FE38/N.S.W’ on 1d & 3d Die Ia on registered cover, ‘NEWCASTLE PHILATELIC EXHIBITION’ handstamp (A1) on provisional registration label. 1938 Queensland Philatelic Exhibition hexagonal 763 *F A‘Q’LAND·PHIL·SOCY’S·EXHBN/330P28SE38/BRISBANE’, on ½d orange & 1½d brown KGV plus 3d blue NSW Sesquicentenary, on Jamieson souvenir cover, with koala cinderella in black & red and exhibition registration label. 764 *F A1940 Story Bridge Opening ½d orange pair & 2d red cancelled on 6JL40, with Storey Bridge cinderella on face, to Victoria. 765 *V B A1- 1946 Mitchell light ‘ROYAL GEOGRAPHICAL SOCIETY/ MITCHELL/7MAY1946/CENTENARY/ROMA’, APM #640, cancelling 2½d Peace on plain cover, vertical crease & some toning around edge of stamp 766 *F A A2 1947 Newcastle Industrial Fair ‘NEWCASTLE INDUSTRIAL FAIR POST OFFICE/13SE47/N-S-W’ on 5½d Newcastle on Jamieson cover with 2-line handstamp on provisional registration label. 1947 Newcastle 150th Anniversary Philatelic Exhibition 767 *F A Registered cover with Newcastle set tied by Exhibition Cancel 10 Se47 with Exhibition Souvenir sheet, nice cover. 1948 Scout Jamboree Yarra Brae light hexagonal ‘PAN768 *F B PACIFIC SCOUT JAMBOREE./VIC/29DEC48/AUST/YARRABRAE’ (A1-) cancelling 2½d red-brown on Rex Bodin illustrated souvenir cover, handstamped address, assorted hinge marks on reverse & some discolouration to face. 769 *F A 1949 Sailing Ship Fortitude Anniversary Royal Geographical Society illustrated cover with special Fortitude Valley CDS 5MAR49. 1950 ANPEX 100 years block of 4 on Anpex registered Wide 770 *F AWorld illustrated souvenir cover in blue cancelled with large double-circle ANPEX cancel (B1 backstamp), bearing exhibition label on reverse, cancelled 4OC50, some toning, largely on reverse. 1951 Bendigo Philatelic Exhibition illustrated Registered 771 *F A cover with adhesives tied by Exhibition special cancel 2 Jul 1951 with Exhibition Registeration label at left. 772 *F A 1952 Pan Pacific Scout Jamboree hexagonal ‘PAN PACIFIC SCOUT JAMBOREE/N.S.W/29DE52/AUST/GREYSTANES’ on 3½d Jamboree on illustrated souvenir cover featuring scout cooking over fire. 773 *F A A1 1954 Wapex ‘WESTERN AUSTRALIAN/[BN ‘1’]/PERTH/ 2AU.1954/PHILATELIC EXHIBITION’ in red, on 3½d black Swan on WAPEX souvenir cover with neat typed address. 774 *F A 1955 Pan Pacific Scout Jamboree ‘PAN-PACIFIC SCOUT JAMBOREE/[scout]/29DE55/VIC-AUST/CLIFFORD PARK’ (A1+) on 3½d on 2nd VPA Congress cover.

$15 $45 $8 $15

775 *F A 776 *F A 777 *F A A1

$4

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$6

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$10

780 *F A

$2 $2 $2 $6 $3 $2

781 *F A 782 *F A 783 *V A

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$2

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$2

786 *V A

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787 *V A 788 *V A

789 *V A 790 *V A

$30 791 *V A $50

$40

792 *V A 793 *V A

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$10

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795 *V A

796 *V A

797 *F A 798 *F A 799 *F A

$25

800 *V A

$16 801 *V A $25 802 *F A $45 803 *V A $25

804 *V A

$25

805 *F A 806 *F A

$8

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1956 Olympex Philatelic Exhibition illustrated cover with 4d Olympic Games tied by Exibition first day cancel 12 NOV 1956 in red, unaddressed. 1956 Olympics 7½d Olympics tied to illustrated Official Souvenir cover by Exhibition Bldg Weightlifting Pictorial cds 22 Nov 1956. - ‘XVI OLYMPIAD/[village entrance]/22NOV/1956/OLYMPIC VILLAGE·VIC-AUST’ on 2/- Olympics on plain cover with neat typed address 1959 QUCEX ‘QUEENSLAND CENTENARY STAMP EXHIBITION/QUCEX/5JUNE 59/...’ in violet on 1/7d QEII, on Jamieson cover with violet commemorative registration label. 1960 Moomba Festival illustrated cover with adhesive tied by commerative Moomba cds 4 MAR 60. 1960 Chemistry of Natural Products Symposium cover with adhesives tied by commemorative cancel Melbourne 15 AUG 60. 1962 Victorian Philatelic Association Ninth Congress illustrated cover with 5d tied by Geelong West cds 3NO62. 1966 Wapex II illustrated addressed cover with 4c Hartog tied by red Exhibition cds 24 OCT 1966, opening day of Exhibition. - 4c Dirk Hartog cancelled with ‘PHILATELIC EXHIBITION PERTH-W.A.-AUSTRALIA/24OCT1966/[ship]’ (A1-) in red on unaddressed Official WAPEX II cover with Dirk Hartog illustration. 1973 40th International Eucharistic Congress APO Wattle cover with adhesive tied by Commerative Congress cancel 12 FEB 1973, unaddressed. 1975 Philas House Appeal illustrated cover with 10c Architecture perf ‘PHILAS’ tied by Clarence St cds 1MY75. 1977 Royal Visit ‘ROYAL VISIT/[crown/EIIR]/28MAR1977/ PERTH WA 6000’ (A1) on Royal Visit set of 2 on APO Souvenir Cover with Map, Flag & Grenadier. 1978 El Dorado Colombian Gold [El Dorado logo]/5MAR1978/ ADELAIDE 5000/EL DORADO COLOMBIAN GOLD’ on 18c Australia Day on overprinted APO, ‘wattle’ souvenir cover. 1978 Horticultural Congress ‘XXth INTERNATIONAL HORTICULTURAL CONGRESS/[logo]/15AUG1978/SYDNEY 2000 AUSTRALIA’ on 20c Little Grebe on APO Kookaburra souvenir cover, unaddressed. 1978 El Dorado Colombian Gold ‘[logo]/21AUG1978/SYDNEY 2000/EL DORADO COLOMBIAN GOLD’ on 20c Little Grebe on APO Kookaburra souvenir cover, unaddressed. 1979 Anniversary of WA ‘WESTERN/150/YEARS/ AUSTRALIA/2JAN1979/PERTH 6000’ (A1) on unaddressed 20c Gouldian Finch PSE. 1979 Brisbane GPO Museum 20c PS Canberra (BW #833) cancelled by ‘[building]/14FEB1979/BRISBANE G.P.O./ MUSEUM/QLD. 4000’ on unaddressed official souvenir cover. 1980 Sovereign Hill 20c Flinders cancelled by ‘SOVEREIGN HILL GOLD MINING TOWNSHIP/8FEB1980/BALLARAT 3350’ (A2) in purple on souvenir cover. 1980 World Forestry Day ‘WORLD FORESTRY DAY 1980/ [trees]/HOO HOO/CLUB 235/21MAR1980/[possum]/HOBART TAS. 7000’ (A1) cancelling 20c robin on plain unaddressed cover. [APM states only 450 cancels issued] 1980 Perth Philatelic Congress boxed ‘1980/PHILATELIC/ CONGRESS/PERTH W.A.’ (A1) on 22c Sydney Views PSE, cancelled with ‘G.P.O. PERTH/23NO80/WA-AUST’ (A1). 1981 Camel Mail Re-Enactment ‘COOLGARDIE/20MAY/1981/ WESTERN AUSTRALIA - P.O’ (A1) on unaddressed APO Camel Mail cover franked with Goldfields set of 4, backstamped with ‘KALGOORLIE/21MAY/1981/WA - K’ (A1). 1981 Perth Royal Show ‘PERTH ROYAL SHOW/[crown]/ 2OCT1981/[handplow, swan & wheat sheaf]/ CLAREMONT·WESTERN AUSTRALIA·6010’ on 24c Charles & Di on Royal Agricultural Society of WA illustrated cover. 1981 Rotary International Pacific Region Conference illustrated cover with adhesive tied by commerative cancel Melbourne 26 November 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Melbourne Cup commerative cancel 3 Nov 1981 tying 50c & 55c Racing adhesives to plain cover signed by legendary racecaller Joe Brown. 1982 Mt Morgan 100 Years of Gold Mining illustrated cover with adhesives tied by commemorative cancel Mt Morgan 28 APR 1982, unaddressed. 1982 Adelaide Communications Stamp Fair ‘[gramaphone speakers & communication satellite]/20JUN1982/ COMMUNICATIONS/STAMP FAIR 82/ADELAIDE S.AUST. 5000’ on 27c ABC pair on illustrated souvenir cover. 1982 Adelaide International Airport ‘4 NOV 1982/[plane]/ FIRST INTERNATIONAL FLIGHT FROM/ADELAIDE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT/ADELAIDE SA 5000’ on $1 Magpie on APO souvenir cover ‘Light’s Vision...’, backstamped with Auckland arrival of 4NO82. 1983 Sir Paul Strzelecki Centenary illustrated cover with adhesive tied by commemorative cancel Cooma 26 SEPT 1983, unaddressed. 1983 America’s Cup ‘[Australia II]/27/SEPTEMBER/1983/ PERTH W.A. 6000’ (A1) on 27c Kangaroo Paw PSE with ‘Congratulations/Australia II’ opt. 1984 Albany ‘Amity’ cancel of 16JAN1984 on AAT South Magnetic Pole FDC. 1984 Ausipex set of 10 pmks on Ausipex M/S’s. (10) - set of 10 pmks on Ausipex M/S on large unaddressed Ausipex covers. (10)

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1984 Royal Adelaide Show ‘ROYAL ADELAIDE SHOW/ WAYVILLE/S.AUST 5034/5SEP1984/[agricultural scene]/ RIDLEY’S ORIGINAL STRIPPER 1843’, cancelling 30c Ausipex 84 on APO Royal Adelaide Show souvenir cover featuring the previous 4 show cancels. 1985 Sunpex registration receipt with 30SEPT85 opening day cancel in green 1985 Stamp & Coin Show illustrated cover with 2c AAT tied by Pictorial Royal Exhibition Building cancel 18OCT 1985 & cinderalla attached. 1985 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers cancelled with ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/PRACTICE/DAY/[F1 car]/ADELAIDE STH. AUST. 5000/31OCT.1985’, also for 1-2 NOV & ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/[roo & checkered flag]/ADELAIDE SA 5000/3 NOV 1985’, 3rd Nov cover bears Stampex ‘86 overprint. 1985 Formula 1 Grand Prix 33c electronic mail on AP Formula 1 souvenir covers x2 overprinted for Stampex 86, 1 cancelled with ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/[roo & flag]/ ADELAIDE SA 5000/3 NOV 1985’ (A1) & the other with ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/PRACTICE/DAY/ [car]/ADELAIDE STH. AUST. 5000/31OCT. 1985’ (A1). 1986 Stamp & Coin Show illustrated set of three covers with adhesives tied by special Sydney Town Hall and Stamp and Coin Show daily cancels. (3) 1986 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers, for 23-26 Oct, each with a different pictographic cancel. 1987 Cuppex 50c Cuppex tied to Australia Post Exhibition covers by opening day cancel in green, each with diff-colour label, unaddressed. (5) 1987 Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens ‘PARKVILLE VIC 3052/THE/ROYAL MELBOURNE/ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS/ 6OCT1987/[butterfly]’ on illustrated Melbourne Zoo 125 years cover. 1987 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers, each with a different pictographic cancel for Formula Ford (12 Nov), Formula 2 (13 Nov), Touring Car (14 Nov) & Formula 1 (15 Nov). 1988 Sydpex Exhibition set of nine covers with 50c Sydpex frama tied to illustrated covers by appropiate daily Commerative cancels, all unaddressed. (9) 1988 Grand Prix set of 4 different APO Souvenir covers franked with 55c Aboriginal Art and cancelled with double-circle ‘ADELAIDE SA 5000/AUSTRALIAN/GRAND PRIX/FORMULA ONE/10NOV1988’ through to 13NOV1988, with South Australian Philatelic Cancel overprints, Serial No 15 set. 1989 Grand Prix set of 4 different APO Souvenir covers franked with 41c Adelaide Horse Tram and cancelled with ‘1989 AUSTRALIAN/GRAND PRIX/PRACTICE DAY/1/ADELAIDE SA 5000/2NOV1989’, Day 2 for 3 NOV, Day 3 for 4 NOV & Practice Day & number omitted for 5 NOV, with South Australian Philatelic Cancel overprints, Serial No 495 set. 1993 Grand Prix set of 4 different Grand Prix covers with set of 4 Pictorial cancels for each day of the race, franked with 45c dinosaurs & overprinted for the South Australian Philatelic Council, serial number 50. 2000 Olympic Torch Relay double-circle ‘OLYMPIC TORCH RELAY/[rings]/ADELAIDE SA 5000-14 JULY 2000’ on 45c Olympics on unaddressed Torch cover.

AUSTRALIA | Advertising Covers Binna-Burra Lodge, Beechmont, Qld 1957 cover with lyrebird 822 *F Aon face, Brisbane to Sydney, lightly discoloured patch on face. 823 * A Bulldogs 2000 cover with Bulldogs logo, cute doggie. Sale Marine & Caravans Pty Ltd 2003 cover with sailboat logo. 824 * A Tailored Marine Accessories Pty Ltd 2001 cover with great 825 * A marlin fish logo. 826 * A Tennis SA 2002 cover with logo. West Racing Motor Development 2000 cover with racing car 827 * A logo. AUSTRALIA | Postal History 828 *F A 1918 use of KGV single wmk 1½d black brown tied to cover to Gippsland by Melbourne machine cancel 28DE18. 829 *F A 1920 use of 1½d brown KGV, cancelled with framed ‘COO[G]EE/AP29/1920/N.S.W’ (B2) on cover to “Cremation Society/Melbourne”, boxed ‘CAL[LED]/11A 4MY20/L.C.R’ (A2), boxed ‘NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIER’ (B1) and ‘RETURN TO SENDER’ hand all on face, Sydney DLO seal on reverse. 830 *F A 1922 cover to Gratton with 2d orange KGV tied by Grantham Queensland cds 1 FE22. 831 *F A1928 long OHMS Registered cover with 1½d red (damaged) and 3d blue KGV both perf ‘OS’ tied by Registered Perth cds 20AUG28 with red Perth Registration label at left and boxed UNCLAIMED AT CHELTENHAM in black, backstamped Cheltenham and Dead Letter Office Melbourne. - use of 1d green KGV on reply half of 5c La Canea (Crete), from 832 *F A Tas Philatelic Society to JH Smyth (dealers) in Sydney about exchange sheets. Interesting use of reply cards. 833 *F A1931 use of 2d red & 1½d red KGV with Vic 1d on 2d violet & Tas ½d green Pictorial, cancelled with poor Registered Elizabeth St of 27FE31, with blue & black C1 registration label on Ackland cover to Canberra, vertical crease. 1937 use of 2d red KGVI on Mount Gambier Celebrations cover 834 *F Afor the SA Centenary, cancelled with light Kingston of 31MY37, non-postal markings on face.

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- Registered cover from Archie’s Creek to Melbourne without stamps and “Reported” noted in pencil at top right, the Post Master at Archie’s Creek would have been debited with postage deficiency. Nice example of a Deficency Cover. $75 - use of 5d brown KGV, cancelled with ‘TENNANT CREEK/ 836 *F A5JL37/N.T.’, on plain cover by air to Adelaide, some small closed tears at top. $25 1939 use of 9d platypus, 6d kookaburra, 4d Koala & 2d scarlet 837 *F AKGVI Die II, cancelled with poor Ship Mail Room Melbourne for AP39 on air cover to Berlin, slight creasing around edges. $50 838 *F A 1940 use of 1d green QE cancelled with straight-line ‘[CA]NCELLED’ (A2) and stamp has been boxed on unsealed narrow cover, ‘WARBURTON/11-A21DE40/VIC-AUST’ (A1) arrival on back. $20 1940s use of stampless YMCA cover with straight-line 839 *F B ‘H.M.TRANSPORT’ (A1) in purple, to Port Pirie, SA, roughly opened at top. $20 1941 use of 2d red KGVI Die I, cancelled with light ‘WARATAH/ 840 *F B 27NO41/N.S.W’ on cover to Jamestown, New York, USA, sealed at left with ‘OPENED BY CENSOR/.....’ tape & bearing diamond ‘2/1/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/3’ (A1-) in purple, backflap missing, vertical crease. $15 841 *F A 1942 use of 2½d scarlet KGVI, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 11PM/28MAY/1942/VICTORIA’ (A1-) machine on cover to Birmingham, England, sealed at left with ‘3 Opened by Censor’ tape in red with boxed ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/V120...’ (A1) in purple. $20 - cover with 1d green QE, cancelled with poor strike of MIL. P.O. 842 *F ACAULFIELD S.E.7 of 26MY42, from E. Beck, 8th Labour Coy, Caulfield to FH Feibes, 2 Internment Camp B/14 (at Tatura), red on white censor label at left tied with violet diamond ‘3/ PASSED/BY/CENSOR/343’ (B1) on written up page. [Austrianborn Fritz Feibes was a well-known Melbourne stamp dealer who was interned during WWII.] $25 843 *F A 1943 use of 1d red-brown QE, cancelled with poor Hawthorn, Vic of NO43 on cover to RAAF Serviceman, with straight-line ‘AUSPOST./MIDDLE EAST’ (A1) in purple, sealed at left with ‘3 Opened by Censor’ label & diamond ‘3/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/ 20’, cancelled on reverse with ‘R.A.A.F./BASE P.O. NO4/5.-PM/ 19JAN44’ (A1, Kodak House, London) machine, letter included. $30 844 *F A 1943 Advertising Cover for Bennett & Wood Pty Ltd ‘Every thing for Motor & Motorist, Cycle & Cyclist’ with fine Motor Cycle advert on back flap for BSA, Acme and Harley Davidson used in 1943. Nice cover. $60 1947 use of 5½d green Newcastle, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/ 845 *F AQLD.AUST./10/7PM/29NOV/1947/10/AIR MAIL’ (A1) on plain air cover to South Payneham, SA, small toned spot at TRC, clear of stamp. $15 846 *F A 1948 use of 3½d blue Newcastle & 2d purple KGVI, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/QLD.AUST./10/6PM/9APR/1948/10/AIR MAIL’ (B1) machine on air cover to South Payneham, SA. $15 1949 use of 2½d Envelope with ½d, 1d x3 & 1/- making up 1/6d 847 *F A rate to GB. $16 848 *F A1951 use of ‘AUSTRALIA/for/YOUR/FUTURE/ COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA/[arms]/FRANKING STAMP’ (A1) in blue, cancelled with ‘LONDON.W.C.1./615PM/ 18OCT/1951/GREAT BRITAIN - OFFICIAL/PAID’ (A1) machine in red on OHMS, ‘THE OFFICIAL SECRETARY/AUSTRALIA HOUSE/STRAND, LONDON, W.C.2.’ envelope to Canberra, ACT, small closed tear at top. $30 1955 plain cover with 2/- blue Olympic Publicity stamp tied by 849 *V A fine strike Melbourne Olympic Games machine cancel 3 Feb 1955 in black, unaddressed. $20 1957 use of 3½d red QEII pair, cancelled with ‘HERBERTON/ 850 *F A5P28NO57/QLD-AUST’, on plain air cover to Wooloowin, small closed tear to flap. $5 851 *F A1959 use of 3½d green QEII, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ 930PM/11JNE/1959/VIC-AUST - USE MORE/WOOL’ (A1-), on window envelope, some light creasing. $5 1961 use of 5d, 6d, 8d & 11d, cancelled with ‘TOOWOOMBA/ 852 *F C 29MY61/QLD-AUST’ (A1) on American-size airmail cover to Puerto Rico, US 30c Special Delivery stamp added but uncancelled, toning is a problem. $8 1966 use of 3/- Waratah cancelled with ‘ARARAT/13JA66/VIC853 *F AAUST’ (A1 backstamp) on cover with blue registration label. [Appears commercial, solo use 3/- is very rare, but we can’t work out the rate that applied.] Replaced Cathcart PO 31/8/1857. $100 854 *F A 1981 use of pen-cancelled Sprint Letter Messenger Mail label on Creaser cover to Balcatta WA. $16 1986 use 20c Little Grebe cancelled at Blackburn on cover with 855 * A circled ‘TESTMAIL/101/Toshiba’ on face. $10 856 *F A 2000 Paralympic Games label, cancelled with poor Dandenong of 12SEP2000, on cover to Blackburn. $5 AUSTRALIA | Flight Covers 857 *F A 1930 Fitzroy Crossing - Wyndam Registered cover with adhesives tied by Fitzroy Crossing cds 13JL30, fine Intermediate cover AAMC 165a. $85 858 *F A 1930 Derby - Halls Creek Registered cover with adhesives tied by Derby cds 11JUL30 with Halls Creek backstamp 13JL30 fine Intermediate flight AAMC 165a. $80 859 *F A 1934 New Zealand - Australia 7d orange NZ Air tied to illustrated cover by Christchurch cds 24MR34 with Trans Tasman Kaitaia special cancel 29MR34 and backstamped Sydney 29MCH 1934, AAMC 367. $35


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1934 Australia - New Zealand bearing 5d brown & 2d red KGV, AAMC #369, Cat $60, cancelled with ‘SHIP MAIL ROOM/ 1P7AP34/MELBOURNE’ (A1-) on printed cover with double boxed official cachet in purple, backstamped with ‘WELLINGTON/C.I./12AP34.3-PM/N.Z’ (A1) arrival. 1935 Wyndham - Argyle cover sent from Sydney with adhesives cancelled 25SE35, backstamped Adelaide 28SE35 and Daly Waters 1 OC35 with manuscript “Argyle 8/10/35 LW” on front, scarce intermediate AAMC 513a. 1946 Australia - Canada ANA registered printed cover, franked with 2/- Roo & 9d Platypus, AAMC #1066, Cat $30. 1946 Melbourne - Adelaide - Perth cover flown across both flights, AAMC #1081,1083, Cat $45+. 1952 Australia - South Africa air cover franked with 1/6d black Hermes x2 & 6½d green KGVI x2, bearing double-boxed ‘AUSTRALIA-SOUTH AFRICA/FIRST REGULAR AIR MAIL/ [logo & route]/SEPTEMBER 1952’, AAMC #1307, Cat $35, cancelled with Sydney machine of 1SEP1952, with Johannesburg arrival of 6IX52, light edge wear. - illustrated Qantas Boomerang cover AAMC 1307 & 1308. 1959 England - Australia illustrated Qantas cover with GB adhesives tied by London cancel 29OC1959 AAMC 1411. 1965 London - Kuala Lumpur - Sydney illustrated Qantas cover flown from Kuala Lumpur to London with Qantas receiving backstamp London 5 Sep 1965. 1970 Australia - England illustrated 50th Anniversary Qantas Commemorative cover with Qantas adhesives tied by commemorative postmark AAMC 1718. 1971 Australia - Singapore Qantas illustrated cover AAMC 1745. 1981 Albury - Wodonga 50th Anniversary of the Tiger Moth AAMC #1914.

AUSTRALIA | WWI Military Postmarks 871 * A A1- A.I.F. Camp P.O. double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP. P.O./+/3JA/19/17’ (Weymouth, Littlemoor Camp, Dorset, UK), on stampless YMCA cover to Coburg, Vic. [Rated 200 by Proud] 872 * A- B2 English Camps framed ‘WORGRET CAMP/*/18MY/17/POOLE’ on GB ½d green pair on cover to Mildura, Victoria. AUSTRALIA | Military - World War II Period 873 *F B 1940s Long stampless cover to Melbourne, cancelled with ‘PAID - DEFENCE FOR[CES]/MAIL/NO POSTAGE REQUI[RED]’ (A2) dateless machine cancel, violet straight-line ‘H.M.A./SHIPS’ (B1) also on face, crease. 874 * B - straight-line ‘PASSED FREE/OF POSTAGE’ (B1) in purple on stampless cover to Brisbane with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/??’ (B1), some toning. 875 *V A 1943 long official airmail front with ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/ 4DE43/058.’ (A1) used at Brisbane, ‘SURVEY DIRECTORATE/ ADVANCED L.H.Q.’ hand-stamp (A1) in violet at L/L, vertical fold. 1945 use of stampless cover to Melbourne cancelled with 876 *F B ‘PASSED FREE/1-PM/23OCT/1945/SURFACE-POSTAGE’ (A1) machine, straight-line ‘H.M.A./SHIPS’ (A1) on face. 1945(C.) use of 3d brown KGVI, cancelled with machine bars on 877 *F B air cover to Subiaco, WA, with straight-line ‘H.M.A./SHIPS’ (A1) in blue & tombstone ‘FROM H·M·SHIP/PASSED BY CENSOR/ SIGNATURE·DATE’ (B1) handstamp, edge wear. AUSTRALIA | WWII Military Postmarks 1st Bge. H.Q.P.O. ‘1ST/BGE. H.G.P.O./5FE41/P.1.’ (Kilo 89 878 * B Camp, Gaza, Palestine) on 9d platypus on air cover to Launceston, Tas, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/ No3461’ (A1) in purple, light creasing, some toned spots. [Rated 125 by Proud] 879 * A- B2- 2nd Bde. H.Q.P.O. ‘2NO[BDE H].Q.P.O./19JL41/W.2.’ (Qastina, Palestine) on 9d Platypus on air cover to Bendigo, Vic, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3057’ (A1) in purple, some light creasing. [Rated 200 by Proud] 880 * A A2- - ‘2ND BDE. H.[Q.P.]O./3JA42/W.2.’ (Khassa, Palestine) on 3d blue KGVI on Air Mail Letter Card to Caulfield Vic, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3498’ (A1) in purple. [Rated 200 by Proud] 881 * B B1 3rd Bde. H.Q.P.O. ‘3RD BDE. H.Q.P.O./28NO41/M.3.’ (Ain Sofar, Lebanon) on 9d Platypus on air cover to Bondi, NSW, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 3090’ (B1), some light creasing & toning. [Rated 125 by Proud] 882 * A B1- A.F.P.O. ‘A.F.P.O./28JE43/NO26.’ (Gorrie, NT) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Quandialla, NSW, with double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/613’ (B1) in purple. 883 * A A1- - ‘A.F.P.O. NO30/22OC48/R.A.A.F·JAPAN’ (Iwakuni, Japan) on 3d brown B.C.O.F on air cover to Tatts, slight toning at right edge. [Rated 100 by Proud] 884 * A- A1 - ‘A.F.P.O./19AP43/NO201.’ (Gurney Air Strip, Milne Bay (B.P.O.)), cancelling 3d brown KGVI & 1d red-brown QE x3 on air cover to Sydney, NSW, with light boxed ‘R/AIR FORCE P.O. 201/No. ...’ (A1-) in purple & double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/ 566’ (A1-) in purple, also backstamped with ‘AIR FORCE P.O. NO71/21AP43/QLD-AUST’ (A1, Townsville, Qld), small tear at BLC, some light toning. [Rated 120 by Proud] 885 * A C2 A.I.F. Army P.O. ‘A.I.F. ARMY P.O./25FE45/49.’ (Alice Springs, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts. 886 * A- B1- A.I.F. Field P.O. light ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./20FE42/NO.9.’ (Khassa, Palestine) on 9d Platypus on air cover to Tamworth, NSW, with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./677’ (B1) in purple, some toning, small closed tear at upper right. [Rated 200 by Proud]

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- ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./30DE42/25.’ (19th Bde, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Strathalbyn, SA, with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./1666’ (B1) in purple. [Rated 30 by Proud] Air Force P.O. ‘AIR FORCE P.O./4OC44/NO 21.’ (Darwin, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with light double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/285’ (B2) in purple, small tear at top edge. - ‘AIR FORCE P.O./2OC43/NO22.’ (arcs 4,3½, Proud #D1, Batchelor, NT) on 4d Koala on YMCA cover to Tatts with doubleoval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/237’ (B1) in purple. - light ‘AIR FORCE P.O./8SE44/NO22.’ (arcs 5,5 Proud #D2, ERD, Batchelor, NT) on 4d Koala x2 on registered air cover to Footscray, Vic, with boxed ‘R/AIR FORCE P.O. 22/No. ...’ (A1-) in purple & double-oval ‘R.A.A.F. CENSOR/283’ (A1-) in purple, closed tear at top & extensive light creasing. [Rated 100 by Proud] - ‘AIR FORCE P.O/10FE45/No.201’ (Gurney Air Strip Milne Bay) arrival on air cover from South Aust. Army P.O. ‘ARMY P.O./31JY43/0117.’ (Noonamah, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/507’ (A2) in purple. - ‘ARMY P.O./?/0127.’ (Northern Territory), cancelling 5½d Emu to Geelong, straight-line ‘COMMAND PAYMASTER/N.T. FORCE’ (A1) in BLC & straight-line ‘AIR MAIL’ & ‘CERTIFIED OFFICIAL’ (A1) in TLC, all in violet. Aust Base P.O. ‘NO.8.AUST BASE.P.O./10SE47/C’ (Tokyo, Japan) on stampless air cover endorsed “No STAMPS AVAILABLE.”, also bearing ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A1) in purple Aust F.P.O. ‘AUST F.P.O./21OC44/170.’ (Barrine, Qld) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to the Second Aust. Army, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ ??5’ (B1) in purple & circular ‘1/AFCC’ (A1) in purple. - ‘AUST F.P.O./6FE44/189.’ (Darwin, NT) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Sydney, with light AMF Censor handstamp, some edge wear & toning. Aust Unit Postal Stn ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/28SE45/412’ (Marooka, Qld) on 4d Koala on Salvation Army air cover to Perth, WA, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ [P]ASSED BY CENSOR/3208’ (A2), letter included. [NS by Proud] - ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/23MY49/497’ (Kure, Japan) on 3d brown KGVI on Tatts cover. [Rated 100 by Proud] Div. Supply H.Q.P.O. ‘DIV SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./16AU40/S.M.1’, (Julis, Palestine) on Palestine 50m purple & 10m grey, on air cover to Mildura, Vic, bearing doubled, boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1655’ (B1) in purple, generalized light creasing & edge wear. [Rated 150 by Proud] - ‘DIV SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./14OC40/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine) on stampless ‘OAS’ cover to Rose Bay, NSW, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No. 588’ (A1-) in purple, some mild creasing. [Rated 150 by Proud] - ‘DIV. SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./28OC40/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine), on stampless YMCA cover to Woollahra, NSW, with boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No.388’ (A1-) in purple, roughly opened with some edge wear. [Rated 150 by Proud] F.P.O. ‘F.P.O./[?]/E.609’ (Palestine) on stampless home-made wrapper to Victoria, triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/ [crown]/No. 3219’ (A1) on face. Field P.O. ‘FIELD P.O./7AU42/081.’ (Kotara, NSW), cancelling stampless envelope endorsed “Local Mail” to F/Lt Collas, A.F.P.O. 71, with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/2462’ (B2), mild creasing, backflap missing, some light toning. [Rated NS by Proud] - ‘FIELD P.O./6JA43/0101.’ (Thursday Island, Qld) on 4d Koala on cover to Brisbane with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/3015’ (B1-), some light toning. - ‘FIELD P.O./20JY43/0138.’ (HQ AA Group Port Moresby, Papua) on 3d brown KGVI on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ ??26’ (B2) in purple. Field Post Office ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/16JY42/038.’ (Bootless Rd, Port Moresby) cancelling stampless airmail envelope to North Balwyn, Vic with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/705’ (A1). - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/26FE45/038.’ (Ravenshoe, Qld) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/113’ (A1-) in blue. - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/13AP44/072.’ (Adelaide River, N.T.) on 4d Koala on air cover to Hawthorn, Vic, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ 1224’ (A1) in purple, roughly opened. R.A.A.F. Base P.O. ‘NO11.R.A.A.F.BASE P.O./18AU45/PACIFIC’ (Morotai, Netherland Indies) on 3d brown on air cover to Melbourne. R.A.N. Post Office ‘R.A.N. POST OFFICE/2SE47/NUMBER 2’ (Madang) on 6d Kookaburra on long OHMS cover to Melbourne, Vic, with boxed registration handstamp & straight-line ‘H.M.A. SHIP’ (A1) handstamp, some light creasing. [Rated 100 by Proud] - ‘R.A.N. POST OFFICE/8JE56/NUMBER 3.’ on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with straight-line ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A2-). Unit Postal Station double-oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/ 18NOV1943/S.194’ (103 Tank A/T Regt, NT) in purple on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4?2’ (B1) in purple. [Rated 100 by Proud]

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 - boxed ‘UNIT POSTAL/15NOV1944/STATION Z.13’ (II Corps Tps Sup Coy, Toogoolawah, Qld) on 1d purple-brown QE on cover to Aylesbury, Bucks, England, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/237’ (B2) in purple & circled ‘I’ (B2).

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AUSTRALIA | MISCELLANEOUS 914 W AAustralian Stamp Bulletin 13 different Pictorial Bulletin envelopes from the early 80’s.

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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Postal History 1884 cover to Canberra with 2d QV tied by fine ‘38’ in rays 915 *F A cancel of Queanbeyan with Canberra backstamp MR12/1884, early Canberra cover.

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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Registration Labels 916 A/B Kingston - blue provisional C6 x3 (altered Canberra East x2), blue C6 x4 Lyneham - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 Lyons - blue C6 Macquarie - blue C6 Macquarie West - blue provisional C6 (altered Macquarie) Majura FCT - red C4 Majura ACT - blue provisional C6 x3 Manuka FCT - red provisional C4, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x2 Manuka ACT - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Mawson - blue C6 Mawson North - blue C6.

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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Datestamps B.E.S.L. Conference: ‘R.S.L. NATIONAL 917 * A A2 14th HEADQUARTERS/14TH/B.E.S.L./CONFERENCE/17-21 FEB 58/17FEB58/[CA]NBERRA-AUST’ cancelling USA 4c Reply Postal Card, most unusual. 918 D A A1 Canberra (3): ‘THIRD NATIONAL PHILATELIC CONVENTION 1984/[GPO Canberra]/G.P.O. CANBERRA/10MAR1984/[11 stars]/10-11 MARCH 1984/CANBERRA A.C.T. 2601’ on 3c stamp & 27c cut-out. PO 12/4/1983. 919 D A A1 Canberra City: ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/CANBERRA CITY/6JUN1979/A.C.T. 2601/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ on 20c stamp. 920 * A A1 921 *

Renamed from Ainslie PO c.1929; closed 12/4/1983.

- pictorial ‘CANBERRA CITY/A.C.T. 2601/12APR1983/...’ (Last Day) on Philas PO Closure cover. A A2+ Curtin (2): red 12hr clock ‘CURTIN/2605/19MAR1991/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. PO 11/5/

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Kingston: ‘POST OFFICE/MAIL/ROOM/1APR1998/ KINGSTON/A.C.T./2604’ (A1) in purple on stampless reduced Austrade window envelope with pointing finger ‘RETURN TO SENDER’ (A1) handstamp. Renamed from Canberra East PO 1/10/

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Narrabundah (1): ‘NARRABUNDAH/4JA56/[A.C.T]-AUST’ backstamp on piece. PO 1/8/1949; closed 30/7/1960. Tharwa: framed ‘THARWA/SP29/1909/N.S.W’ alongside 1d Arms cancelled with poor ‘1735’ on tinted Japanese PPC of ‘VIEW OF SHIRAITO WATER FALL NEAR FUJI’. PO 17/9/1894.

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948 **/* A B1

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$50 NEW SOUTH WALES 925 F A 1850 Sydney Views Bluish to Grey Wove Paper 3d yellowgreen, 4-margins, SG #42, Cat £225. $160 926 F B 1853 Imperf Laureates No Wmk Medium Bluish Paper 8d orange-yellow, 4-margins, SG #80, Cat £600, cancelled with BN ‘48’ (A1-) of Tarcutta, large shallow thin, however a visually attractive item. $240 1888 Van Dyke Reprints 8d yellow pair [Pos 3-4] 927 W A $80 1854-59 Imperf Large Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 928 F A6d greyish brown 4-margins, SG #96, Cat £35, small pulled corner, cancelled rays (2a) ‘62’ (B2) of Morpeth. $25 929 F A 1856-60 Imperf Small Diadems Recess Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 1d orange-vermilion, SG #107, Cat £23, 3-margins. $16 - 3d yellow-green 2 clear margins, SG #115. 930 F A$50 931 V A B3 1860-63 Registered Perf 12 Bluish Wove Paper (6d) orange & Prussian blue, SG #119, Cat £60, a couple of trimmed perfs. $50 932 F A C1 1860-63 Registered Perf 13 (6d) rose-red & Prussian blue, SG #124, Cat £60, cancelled with light rays ‘296’ (2a - A2-) of Frederickton. $50 933 F A C1 1860-63 Registered Wmk Double-Lined 6 Perf 13 (6d) rosered & Prussian blue, SG #125, Cat £22. $15 934 F A B1 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 12 3d yellow-green, SG #139, Cat £55. $45 935 F B B3 - 1/- rose-carmine, SG #153, Cat £48, trimmed perfs. $20 936 F A D2 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 13 3d blue-green, SG #156, Cat £11, cancelled with fine ‘4’ Diamond Numeral of London. $15 937 F A C2 - 6d purple Plate II wmk 5, SG #165a. $40 938 * A B1 - 1/- rose-carmine, thick brown gum. $50 939 F A B2 - 1/- carmine, SG #169. $6 940 F A B1 - 1/- crimson-lake, SG 170. $15 941 F A B3 1861-88 Coin 5/- deep purple P13, SG #177, Cat £45, top perfs trimmed. $25 942 * A B1 1863-69 DLR Wmk Single Lined 2 Perf 13 2d cobalt-blue SG 193 with wmk inverted. $30 943 * A B1 1867-93 DLR Wmk Single-Lined Numeral 10d lilac P13 SG 205. $25 944 * A B1 - 10d lilac P10 SG 206a. $25 945 * C B2 1871-1902 Wmk 1st Crown/NSW 6d pale lilac, P13x10, SG #217ba, Cat £65, extensive shallow thin & some toning to TRC. $40 946 * A C3 1882-97 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 5d blue-green, P11, SG #233b. $6 947 * A A1 - 5d blue-green P12x11 SG 233d. $15

- 5d blue-green P11x12 block of 4 (1**) with part wmk WALES from edge of sheet SG 233d. $55 949 * A A1 - 5d blue-green P11x12 SG 233d. $15 950 * A- D1 - 9d on 10d red-brown P12, SG #236ddb, Cat £12, 1 toned perf. $6 951 * A A1 1888-89 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d lilac P12, SG #253b, with Wmk Inverted. $15 952 * A B1 - 1d mauve, SG #253d, with wmk inverted. $10 953 * A B1 - 2d Prussian blue P12 SG 254d. $10 954 * A B1 - 2d chalky blue SG 254e with wmk inverted. $10 955 * A B1 - 6d carmine (pale), SG #256. $40 956 * A B1 - 6d carmine P12, SG #256b, with wmk inverted. $60 957 * A D1 - 8d lilac-rose P11x12, SG #257, Cat £20, with Wmk Inverted. $16 958 * A B2 1891 Surcharges 12½d on 1/- red, P11x12, SG #268c, Cat £12. $10 959 * A B1 - 12½d on 1/- red P12, SG #268e. $25 960 * A B1 1891 Small Diadem Wmk Single-Lined 10 3d dark green SG 270. $15 961 * A B1 1892-99 Halfpenny Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW ½d grey P10 SG 271. $25 962 **/* A B1 - ½d grey P11x12 block of 4 (2**) SG 271c. $50 963 * A B1 1897 Coin Reissue 5/- reddish purple, P11x12, SG #297ce, Cat £50. $50 964 * A A1 1897-99 Chalk-Surfaced Paper Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW Perf 12x11 9d on 10d dull brown SG 309. $25 965 * A C1 1892 Reprints £1 rose-lilac & claret P12x10 Optd ‘POSTAGE’ in Blue Wmk 1st NSW, with ‘REPRINT’ opt, (Butler records 1,200 optd). $100 NEW SOUTH WALES | Official Stamps 966 ** A B1 1888-90 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW Small ‘OS’ 1d lilac SG O39. $15 967 * A B1 - 2d Prussian blue pair, P11x12, SG #O40. $7 968 * A- C1 - 2d Prussian blue, P12, SG #O40a, light diagonal crease. $5 969 * A- C1 - 2d Prussian blue pair, P12, SG #O40a, Cat £13, central tone spot $5 970 * A B1 - 4d Cook SG O41. $20 971 **/* A A1 1892 Small ‘OS’ ½d grey Perf 11x12 block of 4 (2**) SG O58a. $75 NEW SOUTH WALES | Revenues 972 W A B1 1872-94 Stamp Duty: 2/- orange-brown & violet P12½ Peck #2.46, wmk 1st NSW (upwards). $10 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 973 *** C 1887 Waratah At Left 1d rose on white, D to stamp 5mm, HG #5, torn down right edge, clear of stamp. $6 1889 Greater Jubilee Issue 3d green on white, with text ‘For 974 *** AUNITED KINGDOM, &c.,/Overland, via Italy.’, HG #8, slightly rounded TRC. $25 975 *** A1890-92 1d violet on cream with flower at left H&G 9. $15 976 *** A 1891 Smaller Format 1d violet + 1d violet HG 12. $20 977 *** A 1892 5 Lines in Heading 1½d+1½d blue slight water stain at left H&G 14. $15 1891-92 New Value 1½d+1½d blue on cream, HG #14, toned 978 *** Bedges. $15 979 *** A 1895 Bottom Panel of Stamp Now With Value 1½d blue on cream HG 16. $25 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 980 *** A 1901 1d brick-red on grey, 4mm gap in line at base, HG #A6. $15 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1888 Centenary 1d violet (indicia 6mm from top) on white laid 981 ** Apaper pointed flap size a, HG #B4, minor spotting. $8 NEW SOUTH WALES | Telegram Forms 982 *F A 1906 use of red New South Wales Post and Telegraph State and Interstate Lines form from Queen Victoria Market to Moss Vale cds My 17 1906 at top left. $75 NEW SOUTH WALES | Registration Labels ACoramba - red C4, complete sheet of 25. 983 $50 984 A/B Macdonaldtown - blue & black (C1 x2, C2 x2, C5 - black numbers), blue C6 x2 Macksville - red provisional C4 x3, blue & black (C1, C2, C4, C5 - black numbers), blue C6 x3 Maclean - red provisional C1, red (C2, C4), blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - black numbers), light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x4 Macquarie Fields - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x3 Macquarie Centre - blue C6 Maianbar - blue C6 Maimuru - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Main Creek - light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 Maitland - blue C6 x5 (modified West Maitland x1) Major’s Creek - red C1, blue C6 Malabar - red provisional (C1, C4), blue & black provisional C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x4, blue C6 x3 Malanganee - red C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2, black Parcel Label Manahan - red C4, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x2 Manar - red & black N1 - NSW at top Mandagery - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 Mandalong - blue provisional C6, blue C6. $50


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Mandurama - red provisional C1 x2, blue & black provisional (), blue & black (C1, C2, C4), blue C6 x2 Mangerton - blue C6 Mangoplah - red provisional C4, blue & black (C1 x3, C2), blue C6 Mangrove Creek - blue & black C1, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 Mangrove Mountain - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Manildra - red C4, blue & black (C2, C4), blue C6 x2 Manilla - red provisional C4, red C4, blue & black (C1, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x3 Manly - red (C1, C4), blue & black provisional C1, blue & black (C1, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers x3), blue provisional C6 x4, blue C6 x11 Manly Vale - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Manly East - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Mannering Park - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Mannus - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Marayla - light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Marayong - blue C6 x2 Marayong South - blue C6 March - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6. Marinna - red C4, blue provisional C6 Market Street - red C4, blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C5 - blue numbers) Mark’s Point - blue & black C1, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x4 Markwell - light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Marlee - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers Marmong Point - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Maron Creek - blue provisional C6 Maroota - blue provisional C6 (modified Weavers) Maroubra - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x5 Maroubra Bay - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x3 Maroubra South - blue C6 Marrangaroo - red C4, blue provisional C6, blue C6 Marrar - blue & black (C1 x3, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Marrickville - red C4, blue & black provisional (C1, C2), blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x11 Marsden - blue & black C4, blue C6 Marsfield - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x3 Marsden Park - blue C6 Marshdale - blue C6. Marshall McMahon’s Reef - red C4 Martin’s Creek - blue & black (C1 x3, C4, C5 - black numbers), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Martinsville - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Marulan - red C2, blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x3 Marulan South - red & black C4, blue provisional C6, blue C6 Maryland - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers Maryvale - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Mascot - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x6 Mascot Aerodrome - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x3 Matakana - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2 Matcham - blue & black provisional C1, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Mathew’s Creek - blue C6 x2 Mathoura - blue & black (C1 x2, C2 x2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Matong - blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Matraville - red C1, blue & black provisional (C1, C2), blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6 x5, blue C6 x5.

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Maude - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black C1, blue C6 x2 Mayer’s Flat - blue C6 x2 Mayfield - red C1, blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers x2), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x5 Mayfield East - blue provisional C6 (modified Tirrikiba), blue C6 x2 Mayfield South - blue provisional C6 x3 (altered Newcastle x1), blue C6 Mayfield West - blue C6 May’s Hill - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 McCallum’s Hill - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 McKee’s Hill - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 McMahon’s Point - blue provisional C6 x4, blue C6 x5 McMahon’s Reef - blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Meadowbank - blue & black (C1 x5, C2), blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x4 Meadow’s Hotel - red (C1, C4), blue C6 Mebul - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Medowie - blue C6 Meadow Flat - blue & black C4, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2. $50 Medlow Bath - blue & black (C1, C2, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Megalong - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Megan - light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Melbergen - blue & black (C1, C4, C5 - blue numbers) Meldrum - red provisional (C1, C4), blue & black provisional C2 (altered Deepwater), blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Melrose Park - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Menangle - red C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Menai - blue C6 x2 Menangle Park - blue C6 Mendooran - blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x3 Menindie - red S3B Menindee - red S3B, blue & black (C2, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Merah North - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Merewether - red provisional C2, blue & black (C1, C4), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x3 Merimbula - red C1, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Merilla - red C4. $50 Merriwa - red provisional C4, blue & black (C1, C2, C4), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Merriwagga - blue & black C5 - blue numbers x2, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers Merrygoen - red N7, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x2 Merrylands - blue & black provisional (C1, C2), blue & black (C1 x2, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x8 Merrylands West - blue & black (C1, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 Merrywinebone - blue & black provisional C1 Miandetta - red provisional C4, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Michelago - red C4, blue & black C4, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Middle Kalang - blue provisional C6 Mila - red C1 Milbrulong - blue & black C2, light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 Milguy - blue C6 x2 Military PO No 2 - blue C6 Millbank - red C4 Miller - blue C6 Millbrook - blue C6 Miller’s Forest - blue provisional C6 Miller’s Point - blue & black C4, light blue & black (C5 - black numbers, C5 - blue numbers), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x4. $60


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010

A/B

Millfield - red C4, blue & black provisional C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 x2 Millie - red C1 Millingandi - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Millthorpe - red (C1 x3, C2), blue & black (C4, C5 - blue numbers x2), blue C6 x2 Milparinka - blue & black provisional C1, blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue C6 Milperra - blue & black (C1 x3, C2), blue C6 x2 Milperra Bridge - blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 Milson’s Point - blue & black provisional (C1 x2, C2), blue & black (C2, C5 - blue numbers), light blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x10 Milton - blue & black (C1, C2, C4, C5 - blue numbers), blue C6 x2 Milvale - blue & black (C1, C4), blue C6 Mine Camp - blue & black C5 - black numbers, blue C6 x2 Mineral Hills - blue & black C2 Minto - blue & black (C1, C2), blue C6 x3 Minimbah - blue provisional C6 x2 Minmi - blue & black C4, blue provisional C6, blue C6 Minnamurra - blue & black (C1 x2, C2), light blue & black C5 blue numbers, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x2. $50 NEW SOUTH WALES | Numerals 992 S A A2 2: 1st BN on 2d Laureate 3½-margins. Allocated to Parramatta-PO 1/3/1828. $20 993 S C A2- - ‘2’ Diamond Numeral on poor 6d Laureate. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Sydney-PO 25/4/1809. $30 994 S A C2 17: rays (2a) on 2d Diadem. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Dubbo-PO 1/1/1848. $30 995 S B C2 18: 1st BN on 2d Laureate. [Rated PPPP] Allocated to Mudgee-PO $50 1/1/1840. 996 S A- A1 19: rays (2a) on 1d Diadem P13 pair, gum-stained. Allocated to Ryalston-PO 1/1/1849; renamed Rylstone PO c.1853. $20 997 S A A2 21: rays (2a) on 2d blue Diadem. Allocated to Campbelltown-PO 1/3/ 1828. $20 998 D A A1 26: rays (2a) on 2d DLR on piece. Allocated to Shoalhaven-PO 1/1/ 1840; renamed Numba PO 1/1/1869; closed 30/6/1928. $20 999 S B A2 32: rays (2a) on (6d) Registered P12 (faults). Allocated to Berrima$20 Renamed from Bong Bong PO 1/1/1837. 1000 S A A2 50: rays (2a) on Vic 1863 6d Adapted Design. Allocated to AlburyPO 1/2/1847.

1001 S A B2 1002 * A- A2 1003 D A C1

55: right half of 2nd duplex (numeral 5mm high) on 1d dull red DLR. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Newcastle-PO 1/3/1828. 67: BN on 2d blue tied with framed ‘MUSWELLBROOK/SP14/ 1903/N.S.W’ (B2) backstamp, on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to

Muswellbrook-PO 1/9/1837.

70: rays (3a) in violet on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2. [Use of coloured inks is quite rare.] Allocated to Blayney-PO 1/4/1857. 1004 S A- A2+ 71: rays (3a) on 2d DLR. Allocated to Tamworth-PO 1/1/1840. 1005 S A A2 84: rays (2a) on (6d) Registered P13 (SG #125). Allocated to Tenterfield-PO 1/1/1849.

1006 S B C2

92: BN on 2d Laureate (faults). [Rated PPP] Allocated to Richmond

1007 S A- B2

114: rays (2a) on imperf 6d Diadem. [Rated PPP] Allocated to

1008 * A B1

143: (2a) on 1d Arms tied with framed ‘NARELLAN/OC26/ 1906/N.S.W’ (B2) on PPC. Allocated to Narellan-PO 1/1/1856. 156: poor duplex on 1d Arms on PPC. Allocated to Narrabri-PO 1/6/

1009 * A B4 1010 D A A1 1011 S A A21012 S A A2 1013 D A A2

River-PO 1/1/1849; renamed Casino PO c.1853.

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

1861.

178: 3 strikes of rays (2a) on 1d arms & 2d blue pair. Allocated to

Marengo-PO 1/1/1857; renamed Murringo PO 24/5/1926. 216: rays (3a) on 2d Jubilee. Allocated to Uralla-PO 1/2/1858. 221: rays (3a) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Hunter’s Hill-PO 1/6/1858.

242: ovals duplex ‘NARRANDERRA/SP18/11.30·AM/96/N.S.W - 242’ on 1d Centennial pair. Allocated to Gillinbah-Renamed from

Narrandera PO 1/3/1859; replaced by Narrandera PO 1/10/1861.

1014 S A A2+ 250: rays (3a) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Ulmarra-PO 1/4/1859. 1015 D A A2 263: 2 part strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Nerriga-PO

1023 D A A1 1024 D A A1 1025 * B A2-

1031 S A B2 1032 S A B2 1033 D A A1 1034 D A A1 1035 S A A2 1036 D A B1

1039 D A A2 1040 S A B1 1041 S A A2 1042 D A A2 1043 D A A1

1046 D A B1 1047 D A A2 1048 S A A2+ 1049 D A A2

RO 1/11/1876; PO 16/7/1877.

919: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2. Allocated to Parramatta Junction-PO 21/3/1878; renamed Granville PO 16/8/1880.

1009: BN on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2. Allocated to Acacia Creek-PO

16/1/1880; TO 1/10/1959; closed 30/12/1964. 1085: BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Murrungundy-PO 1/7/1881; closed 25/1/1911.

1089: right half of duplex (numerals 6½mm high) on 1d arms.

$5 $4

13/5/1882.

$60

Dandaloo-PO 1/5/1867; closed 31/3/1962.

$10 $4 $15 $10

1064 * B B1 1065 D A A1 1066 * A C1

$40 $5 $20 $20

$3

19/2/1883; renamed Narrabri West PO 1/6/1890.

$5

1168: 2 strikes of BN on 1d arms pair. Allocated to Narrabri R.S.-PO 1199: 1st BN (longer flattened tail on 9s) on 1d Arms pair.

Allocated to Angledool-RO 1/12/1879; PO 16/7/1883; renamed New Angledool PO 21/4/1890; TO 1/4/1974. 1212: on 1d arms pair. Allocated to Nelsons Bay-TO 22/10/1869; PO 1/9/1883; renamed Nelson Bay PO c.-/11/1926. 1256: 3 strikes on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2. Allocated to Hillgrove-PO 1/6/1884; closed 31/5/1979.

replaced by Grosvenor Street PO 7/8/1972.

$5 $15 $8 $15 $4

renamed Trundle PO 1/7/1892.

$10

1890; renamed Epping PO 17/7/1899. 1599: BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Kyamba-TO 1/9/1861; RO 15/3/ 1877; PO 1/3/1891; renamed Kyeamba PO 2/4/1917. 1641: ‘[1]641’ BN on 1d arms. Allocated to Ford’s Bridge-RO 15/4/ 1890; PO 1/1/1892; closed 31/7/1990. 1676: ‘1676’ on 2d blue. [Rated PPPP] Allocated to New Italy-PO 20/9/1892; TO 1/4/1942; closed 3/11/1942.

$10

1575: on 1d Centennial pair. Allocated to East Carlingford-PO 16/10/

$6 $4 $80

$30

$15 $10 $30 $4 $4

from Lyttleton PO 16/8/1894.

$4

27/6/1955; closed 1/9/1971.

$20

PO 1/1/1886.

$10

Broken Hill: ‘BROKEN HILL/10SE43/N.S.W.’, on 5½d Emu, on registered cover to Norwood, SA, with blue C6 registration label.

1063 * B B1

$100

PO 1/2/1883.

1058 * A A1-

1062 D A A

$40

$5 $4

Beverly Hills North: ‘RELIEF NO_88_/5AP56/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3½d & 9d on long strip with provisional blue registration label. PO

1059 * B A1-

$5

Allocated to Leichhardt-PO 20/7/1881.

1057 D A A1

$10

1870; renamed Neville PO 1/2/1892.

887: 1st BN on 1d salmon. [Rated PP] Allocated to Darlington Point-

$5 NEW SOUTH WALES | Datestamps 1050 * A A1 Abermain: 27mm ‘ABERMAIN/11MY1925/N.S.W.’ (LRD) on $20 4½d violet KGV, with red registration label. RO 1/6/1904; PO 5/12/ $15 1904. 1051 * A B1 Allonville R.A.A.F. P.O. (1): light ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. ALLONVILLE/ $30 8JE46/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2½d scarlet KGVI on OHMS Dept. of Air cover to Toorak. Renamed from Wagga Wagga R.A.A.F. P.O. PO 1/8/ $40 1944; closed 30/9/1946. 1052 * B B2 Alstonville: 2 strikes of ‘ALSTONVILLE/21OC1907/N.S.W’ (better backstamp) on 2d blue x2 on Tatt’s cover. Renamed from $50 Duck Creek PO 1/1/1873. 1053 * A B2 Bankstown East: ‘BANKSTOWN EAST/27OC50/N.S.W-AUST’ $10 (A2 backstamp) on 6d on 2½d Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1946; renamed Greenacre PO 1/9/1956. $4 1054 D A A1 Bega: ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/-6OCT1982/BEGA N.S.W. 2550’ on 27c. PO 1/6/1856. $6 1055 D A A1 Belmore (3): ‘BELMORE/23FE83/NSW-AUST’ on 27c. PO 19/8/ $5 1907. $5 1056 D A A Bemboka: ‘BEMBOKA/21MY80/NSW-AUST’ on 22c. Renamed

1061 * A A1

528: 3 strikes of rays on 1d arms & 2d blue x2 tied by small-part 1898 framed ‘[HILLS]TON’. Allocated to Hillston-PO 1/2/1869. 529: 2 strikes of rays on 1d arms & 2d blue x2 tied by part framed ‘LOUTH’. Allocated to Louth-PO 4/8/1873; closed 28/6/1991. 560: light strike on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘NEVILLE/JA11/ 1908/N.S.W’ (B2) on PPC. Allocated to Mount Macquarie-PO 1/1/

Unallocated

1460: BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Trundle Lagoon-PO 1/5/1889;

$10 $15

470: 3 strikes of rays on 1d arms & 2d blue x2. Allocated to

783: ‘783’ on 2d blue DLR. [Rated PPPP - the first offered by us]

1045 S A A2

1060 S A A2

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

$10 $10

1044 S A A2

$10

Cessnock-PO 1/9/1864.

PO 1/4/1871; closed 30/6/1958. 686: ‘686’ rays on 2d blue. Allocated to Eugowra-PO 1/5/1873. 721: BN on 1d arms. Allocated to Temora-PO 1/2/1874; renamed West Temora PO 9/8/1880. 737: rays on 1d arms. Allocated to Little Billabong-PO 1/10/1874; RO 16/3/1891; PO 6/4/1891; closed 4/12/1953.

1262: BN on 1d Arms pair tied with small-part framed ‘[BY]ROCK’. Allocated to Byrock-PO 2/9/1884. 1385: on 1d Arms. Allocated to George Street North-PO 5/9/1887;

PO 15/8/1868;

345: framed duplex ‘FORBES/DE11/1·55·PM/00/N.S.W - 345’ on 2x1d Arms. Allocated to Forbes-PO 1/12/1861. 378: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Brushgrove-PO 1/9/1866. 421: 4 strikes of rays (3a) on 1d Arms block of 4. Allocated to

$10

1037 S A A2+ 1127: BN on ½d grey pair. Allocated to Rockdale-PO 15/4/1882. 1038 S A A2 1162: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Blackheath-RO 16/7/1880;

$10

302: rays (3a), two strikes on 1d Arms horizontal pair. [Error for 502; 302 Type 2c was in use at Lagoons.] Allocated to Goolagong-

1022 D A A1

1030 S A C2

1860; renamed Murrumburrah PO 22/3/1860.

1017 D A A1

1021 S A B2

1028 S A A2 1029 S A A2

$30

279: on 1d Arms (faults) tied with framed ‘MURRUMBURRAH/ AU24/1906/N.S.W’ (B2) on PPC. Allocated to Merrimboolla-PO 1/1/

1019 D A B2 1020 D A A2

$50

568: 2 strikes of rays in blue on 1d arms pair. Allocated to Cobargo-

PO 1/4/1870.

1027 S A A2+ 604: 3 strikes of rays on 1d arms strip of 3. Allocated to Mogil Mogil-

1/8/1859; renamed Corang PO 1/1/1865; Re-allocated to Nerriga PO 1/1/ 1865; closed 8/7/1981.

1016 * A A2

1018 D A A2

$30

1026 D A A1

Broken Hill Railway Town: ‘BROKEN HILL RAILWAY TOWN/ 23DE1906/N.S.W’ on Milton Beach Series #587 coloured PPC of ‘On the Beach.’ showing children & a donkey, to Boulder City, WA, stamp removed, creased BRC & some mild staining.

Renamed from Broken Hill R.S. PO 1/3/1905; closed 30/1/1987.

Candelo: framed ‘CANDELO/FE10/1917/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/1/1870. Casino: ‘PAID AT CASINO/- 15DE60/NSW-AUST’ (price turned off) on Tomki Packers cover, to Concord West. Renamed from

Richmond River PO c.1853.

Comboyne: ‘COMBOYNE/-4AU80/NSW-AUST’ on 20c & 2c. RO 6/6/1904; PO 15/12/1905.

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

Condobolin: ‘POSTAGE PAID/3D15AP53/CONDOBOLIN’ on window envelope, mss marking at top of cover. PO 1/7/1858. Coolabah: ‘COOLABAH/30NO85/N.S.W.-AUST’ on 33c stamp. RO 1/12/1884; PO 16/12/1885.

Corndale (2): ‘CORNDALE/12SE71/NSW·AUST’ (LRD by 15 yrs - only recorded SDL) on 12c & 24c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [The first offered by us.] RO 1/4/ 1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/3/1972.

$5 $10 $12 $4

$20 $20 $4

$80


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1067 D A2 1068 * A A1

1069 * A1070 D A A2 1071 D A B2 1072 * A A2

‘COROWA/18NO63/NSW-AUST’

Corowa: 31mm (type 3E(ii) unrecorded - arcs 12½,13½). PO 1/1/1861. Cowra: ‘COWRA/18OC35/N.S.W’ on ½d orange [9R18], 1d green, 1½d brown & 2d red KGV on cover to “A.C. Campe & Co” (dealer) with blue & black provisional C1 registration label. Very attractive 4 colour franking. PO 1/1/1850. - ‘COWRA/R “1017”‘ violet registration handstamp on 1942 cover with stamp removed. Crookwell: ‘CROOKWELL/25JE32/N.S.W.’ (arcs 2,2) on 1d green KGV x2. PO 2/9/1867. Croppa Creek (2): ‘CROPPA CREEK/24NO56/NSW-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 16/8/1937. Crow’s Nest: 12hr Clock ‘CROWS NEST/2065/20JAN1981/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. PO 21/2/

1078 D A A1 1079 D A A 1080 D A A2 1081 D A A1 1082 * A A2 1083 D A A1 1084 * A B2 1085 * A- A1 1086 D A A1 1087 * A A2 1088 S A A2 1089 D A A2 1090 * A B1 1091 * A A1 1092 * A A11093 * B B2 1094 D A A2 1095 * A A1 1096 * A A2 1097 D A A1 1098 * A- B1 1099 S A A2 1100 * A B2 1101 * A1102 * A A1 1103 D A1 1104 S A A2 1105 * B A11106 * A A1 1107 * A-

1108 D A A2

$4 $5

$4

Cundle Flat: ‘CUNDLE FLAT/21JE48/N.S.W’ on 2½d Farrer. RO

1077 D A A1

$5

PO 1/3/1957.

1074 D A A2

1076 D A A1

$40

$5

Cudmirrah: ‘CUDMIRRAH/30MY86/NSW-AUST’ on 33c cut-out. 1/2/1888; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/5/1980.

Cundletown: ‘CUNDLETOWN/28MR83/NSW-AUST’ on 27c. PO

$10

1/1/1856.

$4

from Curlwa PO 1/11/1941; closed 23/7/1993.

$4

Curlwaa: ‘CURLWAA/24MR82/N.S.W.AUST’ on 24c. Renamed Daroobalgie (2): ‘DAROOBALGIE/1NO63/N.S.W’ on 5d green QEII. PO 28/1/1918; closed 30/10/1981. Davistown: ‘DAVISTOWN/6AU47/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI cutout. Renamed from Cockle Creek PO 20/10/1888; closed 31/12/1992. Denman: ‘DENMAN/28JA84/NSW-AUST’ on 30c. Replaced Merton

PO 1/4/1862.

- ‘* LICENSED P[OST OFFICE *]/23JAN1997/DENMAN/N.S.W./ 2323’ on 45c. Dubbo: ‘[Giraffe]/29JUL1983/Western Plains Zoo/DUBBO N.S.W.2830’ on 20c. PO 1/1/1848. - violet 12hr clock ‘DUBBO/2830/25FEB1988/[PRIOR]ITY/ [PAID]/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. Dubbo East: ‘DUBBO EAST/20SE80/NSW-AUST’ on 22c. PO 1/8/ 1949.

‘DUNBOGAN/24JY79/N.S.W-AUST’

Dunbogan: on registration receipt. PO 1/11/1955; closed 16/3/1982. Dundas: ‘DUNDAS/12MY36/=N.S.W=’ on 1d green & 4d olive KGV on cover (missing corner) with blue & black C1 registration label. Renamed from Field Of Mars PO 16/4/1890. Duri: ‘DURI/16SE49/N.S.W.’ on 2½d Lawson. RO 1/9/1888; PO

1/4/1891; RO 2/1/1911; PO 1/4/1911.

Eastgardens: ‘POSTAL SERVICES/OFFICER/ADV. E/ 11DEC2002/EASTGARDENS/NSW 2036’ on PSE. PO c.2002. Elong Elong: ‘ELONG EL[ONG]/11DE45/N.S.[W.]’ on 2½d Mitchell. RO 1/6/1918; PO 1/10/1919; closed 30/6/1986. Eltham: ‘ELTHAM/29JE54/N.S.[W]’ on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Midgeegrass RO 1/10/1894; PO 1/6/1896; closed 31/1/1974.

Empire Vale: ‘EMPIRE VALE/23[DE6]9/N.S.W.’ on 15c x2 on Fischer cover with blank provisional blue registration label. Renamed from German Creek PO 1/5/1915.

‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/8AUG2003/EMPIRE VALE/N.S.W./2478’ on 20c on 37c PSE. Enfield (2): ‘PAID AT ENFIELD/3½D6MR57/N.S.W-AUST’ on Mirotone window envelope. PO 27/4/1891. Enfield South: cut-down relief ‘ C /1NO38/[N.S.]W.’ (opening day) on 4d Koala, blue provisional Registration Label. PO 1/11/ 1938.

Erina: ‘ERINA/29OC63/N.S.W’ on 5d Export. PO 15/7/1880. Ermington (2): ‘ERMINGTON/2JA81/N.S.W’, cancelling 22c Kingfisher on Philas Post Office Centenary cover. PO 3/9/1956. Ettalong Beach: ‘ETTALONG BEACH/25FE57/N.S.W’ on 6½d on 1/0½d QEII Registration Envelope with blue registration label. TO 2/12/1916; RO 1/1/1918; PO 1/12/1919.

Euabalong West: ‘EUABALONG WEST/7DE79/N.S.W.’ on 6c orange. TO c.1921; PO 21/2/1929; closed 30/4/1990. Falls Creek (2): framed ‘FALLS CREEK/[?]/[?]23/N.S.W’ (year slugs at top) on 1d Arms on humourous PPC. Renamed from

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

Lindfield: ‘PAID AT on plain window envelope. PO 5/1/1895. Manly: Shell Landscape series blue and yellow PPC of ‘MANLY BEACH, SYDNEY, N.S.W.’, franked with 1d red Arms & ½d bluegreen QV, cancelled with ‘SYDNEY/4AU06 4P.M/24’ (B1-), with double-circle ‘NOUZILLY/?9/[SEPT]/06/[INDRE] ET LOIRE’ (A1) arrival, some corner wear PO 1/4/1857. Mascot Aerodrome (1): cut-down relief ‘ RG /7FE38/N.S.W.’ (Opening Day) on mss on blue provisional registration label. PO 7/2/1938; closed 20/6/1942.

1114 * A A2 1115 D A B2 1116 D A A2 1117 * A B1 1118 D A A2 1119 * A B1 1120 * A A1 1121 * A C1 1122 * A A2 1123 * A B1

$5 $10 $5

$6 $15 $16 $15 $20 $20

$8

1918.

$6

Mendooran: framed ‘MENDOO[RAN]/MR13/1924/N.S.W’ (recut from ‘MUNDOORAN’) on 1½d green KGV. From Mundooran 1/6/ Milvale: ‘MILVALE/7DE70/N.S.W-AUST’ on 6c on piece with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1916; closed 29/9/1977. Mona Vale: ‘MONA VALE DEPOT/23AP63/N.S.W.-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. [Transferred after the Depot closed 3/12/1960 Hopson & Tobin record 1962-63 use only.] RO 24/7/1905; PO 6/8/

1133 D A A2

$20

1918.

$12

Moore Park Military Camp: ‘MOORE PARK [MILTY CAMP]/ 18JY17/=N.S.W=’ on 4d orange KGV. PO 10/3/1916; closed 30/8/

Mosman: ‘POS[TAGE PAI]D AT MOSMAN/??6JE63/N.S.W’ on plain window envelope. Renamed from Mossman’s Bay PO 1/8/1893. Mount David: ‘MOUNT DAVID/5OC55/N.S.W.’ on 3½d Cobb & Co. PO 1/7/1897; closed 24/2/1982. Mummulgum (2): ‘MUMMULGUM/16JL37/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). RO 18/2/1907; PO 1/5/1913; closed 30/11/1978. - ‘MUMMULGUM/26JY74/NSW-AUST’ on 7c & 75c on Fischer cover with blue registration label. Mungindi: ‘MUNGINDI/1OC18/=N.S.W=’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/4/1867.

- ‘MUNGINDI/12OC66/N.S.W-AUST.’ on 3c, 4c, 8c & 9c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Murga: framed ‘MURGA/OC5/1934/N.S.W’ on 1d green KGV & 3d Vic Centenary on Turley cover with black Parcel Label in lieu of registration label. PO 1/11/1862; closed 31/12/1982. Muronbung: ‘MURONBUNG/8JA69/N.S.W’ on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [The first SDL recorded.] PO 15/6/1920; closed 28/9/1973. Murwillumbah: ‘MURWILLUMBAH/12OC35/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV & 3d Air on cover with blue & black C5 registration label.

1140 * A B1 1141 * A A2

1143 * A A1

$10 $3 $8 $60 $40

$20 $10 $10 $50 $4 $6 $5

PO 17/3/1930; closed 30/4/1990.

$10

closed 18/5/1946.

$30

Narellan Military P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O.NARELLAN/6FE41/N.S.WAUST’ (A1+ backstamp) on ½d Roo pair & 2d blue KGVI on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 31/1/1941; Narrabeen: ‘NARRABEEN/415P-8FE51/N.S.W.’ on ½d Roo & 6d Kooka on 2½d Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/3/

1898.

$6

19/8/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 26/4/1984.

$6

Narrabeen North: ‘NARRABEEN NORTH/6JE55/N.S.W’ on 9d Platypus on 3½d long cut-out with blue registration label. RO

Narramine: framed ‘NARRAMINE/FE7/1900/N.S.W’ on 2d blue x3. PO 20/10/1882; renamed Narromine PO 1/11/1900. Narrandera: 27mm ‘NARRANDERA/30JE10/N.S.W’ (ERD) on 9d Commonwealth pair. Replaced Gillinbah PO 1/10/1861. - 29mm ‘NARRANDERA/22DE31/N.S.W.’ (arcs 0,0) on 2d red KGV x3 on cover with blue & black registration label. Rate is 2d postage + 3d reg + 1d compensation to £5. Narrandera R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. NARRANDERA/ 23JA41/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d Roo pair & 3d Die III on Leek cover with typed “Narrandera/R.A.A.F.” on provisional registration label. PO 6/12/1940; closed 19/2/1945. Narromine: framed ‘NARRO[MIN]E/OC15/1901/N.S.W’ on 4d Cook. Renamed from Narramine PO 1/11/1900. - ‘NARROMINE/29AP36/N.S.W’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Narromine R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.NARROMINE/ 27JA41/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1 backstamp), 2d & 3d KGVI on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 19/11/1940;

1139 S A A2

$6

16/12/1892; closed 30/4/1973.

1135 D A B1

1138 * A A1

$5

$10

Muscle Creek: ‘MUSCLE CREEK/14JY69/N.S.W.’ (LDL) on 5c & 25c on 5c & 25c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO

Narrabeen Peninsula: light ‘NARRABEEN PENINSULA/ 9FE50/N.S.W-AUST’ on 8½d Registration Envelope, ‘NARRABEEN/PEN’SULA’ handstamp (C1) on provisional Label. Renamed from Narrabeen East PO 1/11/1947; closed 10/12/

1137 * A B1

$12

Renamed from Kynnumboon PO 15/4/1882.

1134 * A B1-

1136 S A A2

$5

1906.

29/10/1971.

1142 D A A1

$15

1915; PO 26/7/1920.

1130 * A A1+ Naradhan: ‘NARADHAN/22JE 71/N.S.W.’ (spaced dateline) on 6c & 30c on Brown cover with blue registration label. TO 27/9/1929;

$20

$10

Matraville: ‘MATRAVILLE/3MR59/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 15/12/1910; TO 28/2/

1124 D A A1+ Muswellbrook: ‘MUSWELLBROOK/11AU36/N.S.W’ (arcs 2,2) on 4d olive KGV. PO 1/9/1837. 1125 * A B1 Mylestom: ‘MYLESTOM/24DE80/N.S.W’ on 22c, 60c pair & $1 on cover with blue registration label TO 5/9/1924; PO 1/3/1938. 1126 * B B2 Myrtle Creek: framed ‘MYRTLE CREEK/JY17/1908/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 1d Arms, rare RO-period ‘MORORO/20JY1908/N.S.W’ (A2) arrival on face. PO 1/5/1893; closed 6/7/1962. 1127 D A A1 Nambucca Heads: ‘NAMBUCCA HEADS/21AP36/N.S.W.’ on 2d Cable. PO 1/1/1881. 1128 D A A2 Nana Glen: ‘NANA GLEN/8JA37/=N.S.W=’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO 1/1/1892. 1129 S A A2- Nana Glen Railway: light clear ‘NANA GLEN RAILWAY/ 31MY27/N.S.W’ (ERD) on 1½d red KGV. PO 18/12/1925; closed

1132 * A- B1

$10

LINDFIELD/2D29NO40/N.S.W.’

1113 S A A2

$10 $5

PO 1/12/1861.

Replaced New Park PO 27/1/1903.

1112 S A B2

1131 * A A2

$40

Forster: ‘FORSTER/15OC65/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2/5d Wren on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/10/1872. Glenfield Mil. P.O.: straight-line ‘MIL. P.O. GLENFIELD, N.S.W.’ (A1) in purple on cover with stamp removed & partial CDS of 21FE40, addressed to Michelago. PO 14/2/1940; closed 27/2/1945. Goulburn: ‘POSTAGE PAID/ 17DE69/GOULBURN’ on PDS window envelope. PO 1/2/1832. Inverell: violet double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/23JUN1972/ INVERELL N.S.W.’. Replaced Byron PO 15/9/1859. Kiama: oval ‘NEWSPAPER POST[AGE PAID]/MY25/1907/AT KIAMA, N.S.W’ on 2d blue. PO 1/1/1841. Kyogle: ‘POSTAGE PAID/[?]NO36/KYOGLE’ in red on 2d SA Centenary, ‘KYOGLE/1215P-9NO36/N.S.W.’ (A1) alongside.

1111 D A B2

$16

Bengelala PO 1/1/1904; closed 30/12/1970.

Forbes: ‘FORBES/10OC32/=N.S.W=’ in blue on 9d violet Roo.

1109 * A A11110 D A B2

1898.

1073 D A A1

1075 D A A1

$20

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1965.

closed 31/8/1946.

- ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.NARROMINE/13JE42/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1d maroon. - ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.NARROMINE/21SE42/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1d & 3½d KGVI on Jamieson cover with straight-line ‘R.A.A.F. Post Office, Narromine/”126” in lieu of registration label.

$30 $8 $5 $20

$30 $5 $8

$30 $4 $30


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Narwee: 37mm ‘* POST [OFFICE] */JAN/29/1954/NARWEE, N.S.W’ on 3½d Envelope with blue registration label, no sign of any additional postage being applied. PO 1/10/1948. Nashua (2): ‘NASHUA/9DE57/N.S.W.’ on 3½d Xmas. RO 17/2/ 1902; PO 1/1/1905; closed 31/12/1976.

1147 D A A2

- ‘NASHUA/7SE71/N.S.W.’ on 6c x2 & 24c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Nattai River: ‘NATTAI RIVER/31OC49/N.S.W.’ on 2½d Lawson.

1148 D A A2

Neath: ‘NEATH/18DE63/N.S.W’ on 5d Xmas. PO 2/10/1911;

1146 * A A1

PO 6/5/1907; closed 29/6/1979. closed 28/2/1979.

1149 D A A2

Neeworra: ‘NEEWORRA/11DE54/=N.S.W=’ on 3½d red QEII.

1150 * A- A1

Neilrex: ‘NEILREX/8SE71/N.S.W’ on 12c & 24c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1918; closed 30/6/1986. Nelungaloo: ‘NELUNGALOO/10SE71/=N.S.W=’ (LRD by 6 yrs) on 6c x2 & 24c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO

1151 * A A1

RO 7/2/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 8/8/1962.

15/5/1915; closed 30/10/1971.

1152 * A A1+ Nemingha: ‘NEMINGHA/25JE63/N.S.W’ (error for 1974) on 75c on 7c Envelope with blue registration label, Fischer cover. PO 1153 D A A2

1/8/1897.

Nethercote: ‘NETHERCOTE/7MY69/[N.S.W]’ on 5c blue. RO 1/4/

1182 * B A2$40 $5 $20

1899; PO 1/9/1908; closed 30/6/1973.

1184 * A

1941.

Yass: Australia Town Series illustrated by Taylor with limerick about Yass, unused, scarce card. PO 1/4/1835.

$6 NEW SOUTH WALES | Travelling Post Offices 1185 S A A2 North: undated ‘G.N.R.P/_._/N.S.W’ Peck #N1, on 2d DLR. $5 [Rated 7] 1186 * A A2 South: ‘TRAVELLING P.O.[1.SOU]TH-A/JY20/02/N.S.W’, Peck $8 #1S8, on 1½d orange Letter Card (HG #A7) to Michelago. [Rated 8] $10 NEW SOUTH WALES | Reliefs 1187 * A A1 7: ‘PAID AT RELIEF NO.7/?5D30OC59/N.SW·AUST’ in red on cover to Wodonga. $20 1188 S A A2 P: cut-down relief ‘ P /21FE24/N.S.W’ on 1½d green KGV. $15

$10 Nettleton: ‘NETTLETON/5AU13/N.S.W’ on 4d Roo Registration Envelope (ASC #R1, Cat $200). [Rated PPPP only 2nd copy recorded.] PO 1/3/1912; closed 30/6/1917. $150 1155 * A B1- Neurea: light ‘NEUREA/14OC66/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 5c & 20c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Black Rock PO 1/6/1880; closed 28/4/1982. $10 1156 * A A1 Neutral Bay Junction: ‘NEUTRAL BAY JUNCTION/9SE71/NSW2089’ on 6c orange. PO 27/8/1959. $5 1157 * A- A2 Nevertire: ‘NEVERTIRE/26SE50/N.S.W-AUST’ (ERD by 13 yrs!) on 2½d & 6d on cover with blue registration label. PO 8/2/ 1883. $15 1158 * A B1 New Angledool: ‘NEW ANGLEDOOL/6OC66/N.S.W’ on 3c, 7c & 15c on Brown cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Angledool PO 21/4/1890; TO 1/4/1974. $15 1159 D A B1 New Brighton: ‘NEW BRIGHTON/17JE50/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 6/1/1927; PO 1/7/1927. $4 1160 * A B2 - ‘NEW BRIGHTON/28JY74/N.S.W.’ (B1 backstamp) on 2c, 20c, 25c & 35c on Blackwood cover with blue provisional registration label. $8 1161 * A New Italy: 24c PSE with 1982 Centenary of Settlement cachet. PO 20/9/1892; TO 1/4/1942; closed 3/11/1942. $5 1162 * A A1+ New Mollyan (2): ‘NEW MOLLYAN/30JE69/N.S.W.’ (LRD) on 6c & 24c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/2/1938; closed 19/11/1971. $20 1163 * A- A2 New Park (2): framed ‘NEW [PARK]/SP23/1901/N.S.W’ on face of Tatt’s cover, 2d blue cancelled with illegible numeral, endorsed “O.R 6d to pay”. [Not recorded by Hopson & Tobin] PO 1/12/1897; replaced by Kyogle PO 27/1/1903. $40 1164 D A A2+ Newbridge: ‘NEWBRIDGE/1JY81/NSW-2795’ on 22c Gold. Renamed from Duramana PO 20/4/1878; closed 10/8/1988. $4 1165 * A- A1 Newcastle: ‘NEWCASTLE/—-20NO23/N.S.W’ on 1½d green KGV & 3d Roo (faults) on cover to Port Moresby with red C1 registration label. PO 1/3/1828. $20 1166 D A1 - ‘TELEGRAPHS NEW CASTLE/22JA38/N.S.W.’ (sic) on telegram piece. $10 1167 D A B1 Newcastle Hill: ‘NEWCASTLE HILL/25OC73/NSW-AUST’ on 7c. PO 1/7/1957; closed 1/12/1989. $5 1168 * A B1 Newcastle Industrial Fair: ‘NEWCASTLE INDUSTRIAL FAIR POST OFFICE/13SE47/N-S-W’ on registration receipt PO 1/3/ 1828. $15 1169 S A A2+ Newcastle West: ‘NEWCASTLE WEST/14AU15/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. PO 6/9/1889. $4 1170 * A B1 - ‘NEWCASTLE WEST/31JL47/N.S.W’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue label $8 1171 * A B1 - ‘NEWCASTLE WEST/2OC70/N.S.W-AUST’ (better backstamp) on 6c & 30c on cover with blue registration label. $5 1172 * A A1 Newport Beach: ‘NEWPORT BEACH/25JE82/NSW-2106’ on 50c, $1 & $2 on cover with blue registration label. PO 12/11/1928. $10 1173 * C B1 North Sydney: ‘POSTAGE PAID/AT/NORTH SYDNEY/ 2½D26OC43/N.S.W’ on Apostolic Delegation cover with addressee roughly ripped out from front. Renamed from St. $8 Leonards PO 1/11/1890. 1174 * A Oatley: Kirton real photo PPC ‘Oatley Bay’, used 1906. PO 14/9/ $15 1903. 1175 * A A1 Padstow: ‘PAID AT PADSTOW/????6AP64/N.S.W-AUST’ on long registered cover with blue C6 registration label, to Sydney. Renamed from Padstow Park PO 1/11/1939. $16 1176 * A A1 Padstow North: ‘PADSTOW NORTH/12A 10JA87/NSW-2211’ (Closing Day) on Philas Last Day cover. PO 1/10/1959; closed 10/1/ $5 1987. 1177 * A A1- Potts Point: ‘PAID AT POTTS POINT/12NO64/NSW-AUST’ on plain window envelope. PO 1/2/1937. $12 1178 * A- A1 Richmond: ‘PAID AT RICHMOND/?1½D25OC46/N.S.W’ in black on Municipality of Richmond window envelope, some light soiling, small closed tear at right. PO 1/1/1844. $25 1179 S A A2 Rowena: ‘ROWENA/16MY1932/[N.S.W]’ on ½d orange KGV pair. Renamed from Eaton RO 2/12/1907; PO 1/7/1908. $12 1180 * A- A1 St. Mary’s: violet ‘T1 * POST OFFICE/15DEC1981/ST. MARYS, N.S.W. 2760’ on stampless PMG front. PO 1/10/1840. $10 1181 * B A2 Sydney: OHMS long Penalty env with chamfered-octagon ‘No...../18JUN1907/MONEY ORDER OFFICE,/G.P.O. SYDNEY.’ in magenta at L/L, PMG’s Dept State of NSW imprint, addressed to A.J. Nettlefold, Hobart, a Tatts agent. $40 1154 * A A2

1183 * A A1

Tumberumba: light framed ‘TUMBERUMBA/1716/1906/N.S.W’ (sic - no month slug) on PPC of ‘GENERAL POST OFFICE SYDNEY’. PO 1/8/1860; renamed Tumbarumba PO 15/12/1915. Williamtown R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 4114/7JY45/AUSTRALIA’ cancelling unaddressed RAAF green honour envelope. PO 24/7/

NORTHERN TERRITORY 1189 * A A1 Central Australian Railway No. 2: ‘C.A.R./5-P-3JA81/2/S.A.5700’ on red on unaddressed 22c PSE. PO 3/6/1957; closed 3/1/ 1190 D A B1 1191 * A A21192 D A/B

1193 D A A2 1194 D A B1 1195 D A A2 1196 D A B1 1197 D A B2 1198 D A/B 1199 D A B2 QUEENSLAND 1200 F B C2 1201 W B D1 1202 *

A B1

1203 * 1204 * 1205 F 1206 * 1207 W 1208 F

A B1 A D1 A B2 A C2 B C2 A B3

1209 F A- B2 1210 * A C1 1211 V A A1 1212 F A B1 1213 * A C1 1214 * A B1 1215 **/* A A1 1216 * 1217 * 1218 *

A B1 A B1 A B1

1219 **/* A B1 1220 F A B1 1221 * 1222 * 1223 * 1224 *

A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1

1981.

Daly Waters: ‘DALY WATERS/3JY69/N.T-AUST’ on 5c blue (cut-to-shape). PO c.1883; closed 30/6/1978. Darwin (2): light ‘PAID AT DARWIN/ 15MR61/[NT-]AUST’ (price? turned off) in red on window envelope. PO 19/2/1946. Darwin GPO: 35½mm double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/ 13SEP1983/GPO DARWIN N.T. 5790’ & 43mm double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/7DEC1984/GPO DARWIN N.T. 5790’ on 2 separate pieces. PO 11/8/1981. Finke (2): ‘FINKE/2JE71/N.T.-AUST’ on 6c cut-out (cut-toshape). PO 28/5/1942; closed 1/12/1980. Hermannsburg (2): ‘HERMANNSBURG/10AU72/NT-AUST’ on 7c QEII (cut-to-shape). PO 1/11/1959; CMA 31/12/1982. Humpty Doo: double-circle ‘HUMPTY DOO/18NOV1997/NT 0836’ on 15c & 30c. PO 15/6/1982. Maningrida: ‘MANINGRIDA/1JE71/NT-5791’ on 7c Rotary. PO 1/7/1970.

Tindal: ‘TINDAL/13NO66/NT-AUS[T]’ on 4c Dampier (cut-toshape). PO 1/12/1964; closed 21/1/1971. Tindal R.A.A.F. P.O.: 3 different datestamps on separate pieces, 1988-98. PO 29/8/1988. Victoria River Downs (2): ‘[VIC]TORIA RIVER DOWNS/ 4AU77/NT-AUST’ on 18c (cut-to-shape). PO 19/1/1954. 1866 Small Chalon Wmk QUEENSLAND POSTAGE Perf 13 1d orange-vermilion (partly oxidized), SG #51, Cat £28. 1868-78 Small Chalon Wmk 1st Crown/Q Perf 12 1/- purple, SG #109, Cat £140, small tear at base. 1879-80 Sideface Wmk 2nd Crown/Q 1d reddish brown Die I SG 134, Cat £48. - 1d scarlet Die II SG 136a. - 2d blue Die I, SG #137, Cat £48. - 2d grey-blue Die I, SG #138, with cracked cliché at base. - 6d yellow-green, SG #143, Cat £110. - 1/- deep violet, SG #144, Cat £90, light horizontal crease. 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 1st Crown/Q Sideways 2/bright blue, SG #152, Cat £32, fiscal cancel. - set of 5, SG #152-6, Cat £260, revenue cancels. - 2/6d vermilion with ‘SPECIMEN’ handstamp. 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 3rd Crown/Q Thick Paper 10/brown SG160. - 10/- brown, SG #160, Cat £48, revenue cancel. 1882-91 Lined-Oval Die I Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12 6d green, SG #170, Cat £12. - 1/- lilac, SG 172. 1895-96 Void-Oval Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 ½d green, block of 4 (2**), SG 208. - 2½d rose block of 4, SG #214, some minor gum adherence. - 5d purple-brown SG 215. 1895-96 Void-Oval No Wmk Burelé Band Perf 12½,13 ½d green, burelé band absent, SG #223a. 1895-96 Void-Oval Wmk 3rd Crown/Q Thin Paper Perf 12½,13 1d orange-red block 4 (2**), SG #228. 1897-1908 4-Corners Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 2d blue with Cracked Plate, SG #234a, Cat £30. - 2½d rose SG 236. - 3d brown SG 240. - 3d deep brown SG 241. - 6d green SG 249.

$10 $10 $20 $30 $40 $20 $10

$15 $4 $15

$5 $7 $6 $5 $6 $50 $10 $8 $20 $40 $50 $35 $40 $20 $80 $20 $5 $26 $50 $60 $5 $6 $15 $40 $60 $25 $60 $40 $25 $30 $12 $15 $15

QUEENSLAND | Revenues 1871-72 Chalon: 1/- green, SG #F18, Cat £32, fake ‘710’ BN. 1225 F A

$20

QUEENSLAND | Railway Stamps 1226 F A 1901-15 4th Series third issue 1d blue with part numeral cancel. 1227 F A B1 - Third Issue 6d yellow-green, Cat #4.1336.

$16 $10

QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1880 Chalon on Cream to Buff Stock 1d salmon on cream 1228 *** A stock H&G 1b. 1229 *F A 1889-91 QV Oval Sideface 1d rose on greyish with dots for address line, HG #4, cancelled with unframed duplex ‘TOWNSVILLE/10OC15/95/Q[UEENSLAN]D - 59 (C2) with commercial message from E E Cowley & Co. - 2d blue, HG #5. 1230 *** A

$30

$20 $30


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1231 *** B

- 1d+1d rose reply card on thick cream, HG #7a, some light toning.

QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1897 QV Numerals in 4 Corners ‘Rule Be’ 1d vermilion on buff, 1232 *F Atext to stamp 2mm, HG #E8, cancelled with rays ‘81’ (1g) of Warwick.

$24

1247 S A B2 1248 S A A2 1249 S A A21250 S A A21251 S A B2 1252 S A A2

$15

1253 S A A2

1254 S A A21255 S A C2 1256 S A B2 1257 S A- B2 1258 S A A21259 S A A2

QUEENSLAND | Railway Numerals 1260 S A B3 657: vertical BN ‘657’ on 1d 4-corners pair. [Not recorded] QUEENSLAND | Datestamps 1261 D A A1 Aramac: ‘ARAMAC/-5NO56/QLD.’ on 3½d red QEII and ½d Roo. PO 1/3/1874. 1262 S A A2 Auchenflower: ‘[AU]CHENFLOWER.S.W1/2OC47/[QL]DAUST’ on 5½d Newcastle. RO c.1900; PO 20/6/1924; closed 1/9/ 1263 D A A1

1971.

Ayr: ‘AYR/-5NO55/QLD·AUST’ (arcs 7,8) on 3½d SA Centenary. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 25/8/1883. 1264 D A A1+ Ballandean: ‘BALLANDEAN/24OCT55/QUEENSLAND’ on 3½d QEII. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/1/1873; RO 1/8/1890; PO c.1914. 1265 D A A2 Beaudesert: 24mm unframed ‘BEAUDESERT/FE8/1908/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d 4-corners. PO 9/2/1878. 1266 D A A1 Bell (2): ‘BELL./18MR63/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 8,9) on 5d QEII Royal Visit. Renamed from Bell R.S. PO 26/7/1907. 1267 D A A1 Blackall: ‘BLACKALL/16NO68/QLD.’ on 40c. Renamed from 1268 D A A2 1269 D A A1

Barcoo PO 31/12/1868.

Booroodabin (2): ‘BOOROODABIN/22NO56/QLD-AUST’ on 3½d QEII pair. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/2/1934; renamed Newstead PO 8/1/1964.

Brisbane Base Hospital: ‘BRISBANE BASE HOSP/3P12AU65/QLD-AUST’ on 5d red. PO 9/12/1946; renamed Royal

Brisbane Hospital PO 1/4/1986.

1271 D A A1+ Brookstead (2): ‘BROOKSTEAD/16MR67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c QEII. PO 4/10/1911; closed c.1922. 1272 * B Bundaberg: W. Blaikie coloured PPC of ‘Bourbon Street, Brisbane’, messy 1907 duplex on 1d, to Lismore NSW, a bit battered. PO 1/1/1871. 1273 S A A2 - 28½mm ‘BUNDABERG/3-P15NO26/[QUEEN]SLAND’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R by Smithies] 1274 D A A1 - ‘BUNDABERG/-5MR65/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 4½,4½) on 5d green. 1275 * B A1- Bundaberg R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. BUNDABERG/9AP43/ QLD-AUST’ on 4d & 5½d on large OHMS cover to Shepparton, blue registration label. PO 20/10/1941; closed 31/7/1946. 1276 D A1 Burleigh Heads: ‘BURLEIGH HEADS/10SE68/QLD-AUST’ (ERD). [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.-/6/1915; RO c.1916; PO 1277 D A A1

1280 * A A1

1281 D A A1 1282 D A A2 1283 D A B2 1284 D A A1 1285 S A A 1286 D A A1

$50 $60

1287 D A A2

$100

1288 S A A

$4

1289 * A B2

1290 D A A1 1291 D A A2

$12

1292 D A A1

$10

1293 D A A1

$20

1294 D A A1-

$5

1295 * A A1

$10 $5

1296 * A B1

$80 $40 $5

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

$2

1301 * A A1-

$10

1302 D B A3

$8 $4 $4

1303 * A B2 1304 * A A1

$4 1305 * A A1 $7 1306 * A A1 $4

c.1920.

Cairns North: ‘CAIRNS NORTH/29AU67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c QEII. Renamed from Edge Hill PO c.-/11/1942.

1278 D A A2 Calen: ‘CALEN/11MR63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue. PO c.1933. 1279 D A A1+ Camp Hill: ‘CAMP HILL /5 P21SE62/QLD-AUST’ (S.E.6 removed) on 5d Flynn. [Only date recorded by Smithies] PO 1/7/

$60

191: light clear BN (figures 8mm high) on 2d Void-Oval. [Rated RRRR] Unallocated $100 195: BN on 2d Void-Oval. [Rated RRRR] Unallocated $100 215: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to South Brisbane-PO 27/3/

1876; closed c.1889; Re-allocated to Melbourne Street PO c.1890; renamed South Brisbane PO c.1892; closed 30/6/1990. 266: BN on 2d 4-corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Emu Creek Siding-RO c.1874; PO 1/11/1877; renamed Greenmount PO 1/1/1879; renamed Greenmount R.S. PO 21/8/1901; renamed Greenmount PO c./2/1910. 288: light clear strike on 1d void-oval. [Rated RR] Allocated to Upper Caboolture-PO 26/6/1878; RO c.1916; PO c.1924; closed 6/9/ 1936. 313: ‘313’ on 1/- green Stamp Duty. Allocated to Raglan-PO c.1879; closed 19/9/1990. 395: on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to T.P.O. No. 6 S & W Railway-PO c.1885; closed 12/8/1932. 410: on 2d 4-corners. [Rated R was RRR] Allocated to T.P.O. No. 1 Central Railway-PO 13/7/1885; closed 13/9/1932. 491: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Fernvale-Renamed from Wivenhoe PO 10/5/1877. 660: ‘660’ on 4-Corners 1d (faults). [Rated RRR] Allocated to New Moonta-RO 1/7/1904; PO 3/3/1908; closed 1/5/1960.

Brisbane University: ‘PAID AT BRISBANE UNIVERSITY/1 25NO66/QLD-AUST’ in red on University of Queensland envelope to Brisbane, Qld. [Not recorded with time? by Smithies] PO 9/1/

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

QUEENSLAND | Postal History 1905 cover addressed to Gladstone with 2d QV tied by numeral 1233 *F A 598 of Donors Hill with UNCLAIMED GLADSTONE and numerous backstamps including Dead Letter Office Brisbane 27JU05 in purple, nice cover. $100 QUEENSLAND | Numerals 1234 S A B2 26: on 1876 2d Chalon. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Woogara-PO 1/10/1862; closed 31/10/1864; Re-allocated to Goodna PO 1/11/1864. $100 1235 S A A2- 36: light clear rays on 1868 2d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to St. George-PO 1/1/1864. $50 1236 S A A2 39: rays on 1876 1d Chalon. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to CalliopePO 1/3/1864. $100 1237 S A B2 42: on 1868 2d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Unallocated $60 1238 S A A2+ 58: on 1876 2d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Lily ValeRenamed from Lilly Vale PO c.1875; RO 31/3/1885; closed c.1888. $60 1239 S A A2+ 69: rays on 1d Void-Oval. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Percy River-RO $60 c.1892; PO 1/4/1893; RO c.1896; renamed Percyville PO c.1914. 1240 S A B2 73: on 1868 1d Chalon. [Rated RRRR] Unallocated $100 1241 S A A2- 89: light clear strike on 1876 2d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Westwood-PO 1/4/1861. $60 1242 S A A2+ 92: on 1876 6d Chalon. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Fassifern-PO 1/4/1867; RO 10/7/1897; PO 1/7/1927; closed 12/5/1950. $100 1243 * A95: rays ‘95’ (A1-) of Brisbane, cancelling NSW 1d red diadem x4 on entire backstamped with ‘BRISBANE/FE6/1858/NSW’ (A1) & poor ‘IPSWICH/FE8/1858/N.S.W’ (C2), 2 diadems have faults (one has part of the stamp missing). $175 1244 S A A2 96: ‘96’ BN (figures 9mm high) on 1882 1d Sideface. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Maryborough-PO 18/1/1849. $60 1245 S A B2 119: ‘119’ on 2½d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Rishton-RO c.1882; PO 1/1/1883; RO c.1896; closed c.1913. $60 1246 S A A2+ 153: on 2d Lined-Oval. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Western Creek Station-PO 1/7/1871; replaced by Pine Creek PO 31/12/1887; renamed Turallin PO 16/7/1896; closed 31/12/1973. 154: rays on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Isistown-RO c.1885; PO 31/7/1886; renamed Isis Junction PO c.1892; renamed Isis PO c.1940. 172: ‘172’ rays on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Unallocated 182: light clear BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Neardie-PO 22/9/1881; RO c.1902; closed c.-/7/1909.

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Canungra Mil. P.O. (1): ‘MIL. P.O. CANUNGRA/24FE44/ QLD·AUST’ (letters 3½mm high - arcs .,.) on 1d purple-brown on cover to Kogarah, NSW, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/32??’ (B1) in purple. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 27/1/1943; closed 18/4/1946. Capella: ‘CAPELLA/2SE53/QUEENSLAND’ on 3½d QEII Coronation. PO 5/12/1882. - ‘CAPELLA/26OC55/QLD-AUST’ on 6½d QEII & 9d Platypus. [Rated R by Smithies] Cardstone: ‘CARDSTONE/26OC59/QLD-AUST on 5d & 3d QEII. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 11/1/1955; closed 31/12/1990. Cardwell: ‘CARDWELL/27MY58/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD) on 4d QEII. PO 10/7/1864. Charters Towers: ‘CHARTERS TOWERS/5P12JE24/ [QUEENSLAND]’ (arcs 1,1½) on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 17/5/1872. Chermside: ‘CHERMSIDE /30NO59/QLD-AUST’ (N4 removed - ERD) on 5d Xmas. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Downfall Creek PO c.-/5/1903.

Chillagoe: ‘CHILLAGOE/21AU67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c QEII. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.1900. Clifton (2): 27mm ‘CLIFTON/29AP30/QUE[ENSL]AND’ on 1½d red KGV pair. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Kings Creek PO

c.1869.

Clintonvale: 3 strikes of ‘CLINTONVALE/3AU73/QLD-AUST’, on 30c & 20c Fischer cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/6/1912; PO 1/7/1927; closed 6/10/

1975.

Coen: ‘COEN/25AR63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d QEII cut-out. RO 26/7/ 1888; PO 20/6/1893.

Croydon: ‘CROYDON/30MY62/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 5d blue QEII. PO 20/3/1886. Dalby: ‘DALBY/5-P24OC63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed

from Myall Creek PO c.1855.

Dayboro: ‘DAYBORO/-4AP46/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Terrors Creek PO 24/5/1917. Daymar: ‘DAYMAR/22MY61/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 4½,4½) on 5d Qld Centenary. [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1913; PO c.1916; closed 18/5/1988.

Drayton North: 2 strikes of ‘DRAYTON NORTH/20MR82/QLD4350’, on $2, $1 & 45c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 11/12/1950. Drayton R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. DRAYTON/9MR50/QLDAUST’, on 6d Kookaburra & 2½d Scarlet KGVI on cover with home-made registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/7/

1943; closed 11/12/1950.

Emerald: 28½mm ‘EMERALD/22AU32/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. PO 5/6/1879. - ‘EMERALD/915A-7FE71/QLD-AUST’ on 6c Coil. Herberton: ‘HERBERTON/2JY58/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 3½,4 - ERD by 5 yrs) on 1/7d. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 22/11/1880. Highfields (4): ‘HIGHFIELDS/4352/2-JE86/QLD-AUST’, on 33c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Koojarawon PO 15/3/1907. Home Hill: 30mm ‘HOME HILL/10AU55/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD by 8 yrs) on 3½d on cover. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.-/10/

$20 $4 $5 $8 $4 $20 $10 $4 $5 $50

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

$75 $4 $4 $4 $4 $10 $15

$25 $4 $8 $40 $6

1912; PO c.1913.

$20

closed 9/3/1955.

$40

Horton: ‘HORTON/?OC51/[QLD-AUST]’ on 3½d KGVI (cut-toshape). [Rated RRR] PO 18/6/1888; RO 14/10/1888; PO 1/7/1927;

Inala East: ‘INALA EAST/16NO79/QLD-4077’, (ERD) on $2 & 20c on cover with blue registration label. [No copies recorded by Smithies] PO c.-/3/1920. Indooroopilly: ‘PAID AT INDOOROOPILLY/3APR1991/QLD. 4068’ in red on Diners Club envelope. [Not recorded by Smithies] RO 23/9/1974; PO 1/8/1875. Ipswich: 2 strikes of ‘IPSWICH/19JA82/QLD-AUST’, (arcs 4,3) on $2 & $1 on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 2/1/1846. - ‘INCORRECT FRANKED DATE/POSTED/29JAN1991/P/ IPSWICH QLD, 4315’ on unaddressed pre-paid PSE. [Not recorded by Smithies]

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Irvinebank: ‘IRVINEBANK/9-A2MY50/QUEENSLAND’ on 1d & ½d on illustrated Geog Society cover for John Moffat commemoration. RO c.1884; PO 1/6/1885. Jimboomba: 2 strikes of ‘JIMBOOMBA/3SEP35/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red x2 & 1d green KGV on cover with provisional blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1874; PO 1/9/1877.

Kin Kora: ‘KIN KORA/12OC79/QLD-4680’ (ERD) on $2 & 25c on cover with violet handstamped blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 13/8/1979. Kolijo: ‘KOLIJO/5JE30/QUEENSLAND’ on 1½d red KGV. RO c./9/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/5/1970.

Lamington: ‘LAMINGTON/5MR35/QUEENSLAND’, on 4d olive KGV & 1d green KGV on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO c.-/3/1911; closed 30/9/1974. Mackay North: ‘MACKAY NORTH/19JA84/QLD-4740’, on $2 pair & 40c on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from North Mackay PO c.-/12/1936.

Manly: 2 strikes of ‘MANLY /27JA82/QLD-AUST’ (E.3 & time removed), on $2, 60c & 35c on cover with blue registration label. [Not recorded by Smithies] RO c.1892; PO c.1898. Manton (2): ‘MANTON’ on blue R6 provisional registration label with 2 strikes of ‘REGISTERED/4FEB35/TOWNSVILLE’, on 1d green KGV & 2d MacArthur pair on cover. PO 20/1/1930; closed 18/8/1961.

Middlemount: 2 strikes of ‘MIDDLEMOUNT/18JA82/QLD-4706’, on $2, 50c & 45c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies - within 2 years postcode changed to 4746 and recut] PO 2/6/1980. Mission Beach: ‘MISSION BEACH/6NO58/QLD-AUST’ on 4d QEII. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 15/12/1949. Morningside: ‘MORNINGSIDE E.1/1045A16NO55/QLD-AUST’ (large Q - ERD) on 3½d red QEII. [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1887; PO c.1902.

Morningside Postal Depot: ‘MORNINGSIDE POST DT [E.1]/ 330P8AP43/QLD. AUST’ (ERD) cancelling 2½d red KGVI on plain cover to Ultimo, NSW. Mount Crosby: [‘MT] CROSBY/9JE30/[QU]EENSLAND’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Crosby RO c.-/6/1917; PO c.1924. Mount Sylvia: ‘MT. SYLVIA/26JE85/QLD-AUST’ (closing date) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. RO c.1889; PO c.-/6/1911; closed 28/6/1985. New Farm: ‘NEW FARM N.1/3AU50/QLD-AUST’ on 3d & 6d with blue registration label. PO 9/7/1936. Newstead (2): ‘PAID AT NEWSTEAD/30OC64/QLD-AUST’ in red on window envelope. Renamed from Booroodabin PO 8/1/1964. Paddington (2): ‘PADDINGTON/29AUG35/QUEENSLAND’ on 5d KGV on cover to Brisbane with red Q4 registration label. Renamed from Ithaca PO 28/2/1898.

Rockhampton: Multicoloured PPC ‘I’ll drop you a line as soon as possible at Rockhampton’, with pull down views of Rockhampton, unused. PO 1/4/1858. Rocklea East: ‘PAID AT ROCKLEA EAST /- 1JY64/QLD-AUST’ (S6 removed - arcs .,0) in red on window envelope, backflap missing. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 11/6/1947; renamed Salisbury North PO 1/1/1966.

Rollingstone: ‘ROLLINGSTONE R.S/23FE29/[QU]EENSLAND’ on 6d chestnut Roo (BLC missing). PO 5/19/1916. Sandgate R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 6302/[?]/AUS[TRALIA]’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 15/4/1941; renamed Sandgate North PO 1/10/1946. Taringa East: ‘PAID AT TARINGA EAST/11JA64/QLD-AUST’ in red on large cover. [Not recorded by Smithies] PO 1/12/1953; closed 31/10/1977.

Toowoomba: ‘REGISTERED/1-P27NO34/TOOWOOMBA’, on 5d Brown KGV on cover with black handstamped provisional blue registration label. PO 1/1/1858. - ‘TOOWOOMBA/QLD/8AUG/1946/2½D/PAID’ machine in red on Masonic envelope to Brisbane. Townsville Mil. P.O.: pictorial ‘TOWNSVILLE MILPO Q. 4813/ 26SEP1986/FIRST DIVISION POSTAL UNIT’ on 36c, plus ‘TOWNSVILLE MILITARY P.O./10AM14NO86/QLD-AUST’ (A1) & ‘TOWNSVI[LLE MILIT]ARY P.O./14NO86/QLD-4813’ (A2) both on face. PO 3/5/1968. Wacol North: ‘WACOL NORTH/9-A26MY63/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 5d cover, unaddressed. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 17/11/1960; renamed Darra West PO 1/1/1971.

Woodstock: light strike ‘WOODSTOCK/1-JY70/QLD-AUST’ (inverted dateline), on 5c PSE & 25c with blue provisional registration label on Brown cover . [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 4/11/1885.

Woolloongabba: ‘PAID AT WOOLLOONGABBA/—9SE63/QLDAUST.’ (ERD) in red on envelope to Brisbane. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 23/9/1889. Wynnum Central: 2 strikes of ‘WYNNUM CENTRAL/26JE81/ QLD-AUST’ (arcs 2½,2½) on $2, 22c & 10c pair on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Wynnum PO 1/2/1960. Zillmere: multiple strikes of ‘ZILLMERE/3MR80/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 9,10) on $2 & 15c x3 on cover with blue registration label. RO c.1888; PO 14/3/1888.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1337 * A 1884-89 Reprints on Handmade Paper Wmk Crown/SA (Wide) 6d deep blue 4-margins, SG # 3. 1856-58 Imperf Adelaide Printing 2d orange-red SG 7, 4 good 1338 F A margins Cat £80. 1339 F A - 2d blood-red, 3½ good margins SG 8. - 2d red 2½ margins, SG #9, Cat £40 1340 F A 1341 V A 1860-69 Second Roulettes 1d bright yellow-green, SG #19, Cat £38.

$10

$20 $20 $10 $20 $6 $8

$30

1342 F B 1343 F A1344 F B D4 1345 F A C2 1346 * A B1 1347 F A- A3 1348 W A C1 1349 ** A- A1 1350 *

A B1

1351 *

A B1

1352 * 1353 * 1354 *

A- B1 A B1 A A1

1355 * 1356 * 1357 * 1358 F

A C3 A C1 A B2 A- B1

- 1d sage-green, SG #21, Cat £40, light diagonal crease, aged. - 1/- chestnut, SG #41, Cat £11. 1868-79 Wmk Large Star Perf 11½-12½ 9d red-purple, SG #77, with diagonal scratch through eye & ear, closed tear at TLC. - 1/- red-brown, SG #83, Cat £12. 1870-71 Wmk Large Star Perf 10 1d bright green, SG #90, Cat £150, imperf at base, part o.g. 1870-73 Wmk Large Star Perf 10x11½-12½ or Perf 11½12½x10 or Compound 4d dull lilac, SG #103, Cat £20, aged appearance 1876-1900 Wmk Broad Star Perf 11½-12½ 8d on 9d greybrown, SG #121, Cat £75. 1882 DLR Surcharge ½d on 1d blue-green, SG #181, minor gum crease. 1894-1906 Tannenburg Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 13 5d purple, SG #238a. 1904-11 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/SA (close) Perf 12 6d blue-green, SG #284, Cat £15. - 9d brown-lake, SG #286b, Cat £14, small spot on back of head. - 10d dull yellow SG 287. 1906-12 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12,12½ 4d orange-red, SG #299. - 6d blue-green, SG #300, small rough perfs all round. - 9d brown-lake, P12, SG #302, Cat £11. - 9d lake, P12½, (type A), SG #302c, Cat £11. - 1/- brown, P12, perf ‘SA’, SG #303, light crease to TRC.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Official Stamps 1359 F A B1 1891-99 Wmk Crown/SA (Close) ½d deep brown pair, SG #O68, Cat £12. $5 1360 * A D2 1897-1901 Thin ‘OS’ Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 15 5d brown-purple, SG #O74, Cat £70.

$30

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $5 1361 ** A 1877 Framed Queen Victoria 1d violet on buff, HG #1. - 1d violet on buff, HG #1, cancelled with ‘G.P.O. ADELAIDE/X/ 1362 *F AMA6/88/S.A.’ duplex (A2-), some light toning. $15 1363 *F A 1893-98 Queen Victoria With Crest 1d brown on cream, HG #3, cancelled with light ‘GPO ADELAIDE/RY/MR16/97/S_A’ (A1$12 ) duplex with squared-circle ‘EUDUNDA/1/MA4/97/[S].A’ (A2). 1364 *** A - 1d dark brown on cream stock H&G 3. $8 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers * 1882 Arms 14x11mm ½d violet size a, no stop after ‘ONLY’, HG $30 1365 * A#E1, couple of light tonespots. * - ½d violet size a, HG #E1. $15 1366 ** A 1367 * B - ½d violet size a, HG #E1, small fault at base. - ½d violet on white size b, HG #E1a. 1368 *** A * - ½d violet size b, no stop after ‘ONLY’, HG #E1a. $8 1369 ** A 1370 * B 1884 Arms 14x9mm ½d violet, size a, HG #E2, several hinge thins. * - ½d violet, size b, HG #E2a. $7 1371 ** A 1884 Arms 14x9mm New Stock ½d violet on smooth buff, size 1372 * A a, HG #E3. 1373 *F A - ½d violet on buff stock used to Melbourne, HG #E3. * - ½d violet on smooth buff, similar to size b but narrower $20 1374 * A 134x444mm, HG #E3a. * - ½d violet size 140x444mm, HG #E3a, with red serifed 22x5mm $15 1375 ** A ‘SPECIMEN’. * 1889 No Headings 1d green on manilla, HG #E4. $10 1376 *** A- 1d green on light buff, HG #E4. 1377 ** A $16

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Numerals-in-Circle 1378 S A A2 1: of Exchange Corner RH? on roul 2d. [Rated R] 1379 D B B2 6: of Redruth RH on 3½ margins 2d orange.

$10 SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Diamond Numerals 1380 S A A2 5: on imperf 2d red-orange, early use. Allocated to North AdelaideRH 3/1/1850; closed 1/1/1861. $15 1381 S A B2 11: on 2d DLR P10. [Rated R] Allocated to Magill-PO 3/1/1850; LPO 1382 S A A2 $8

1383 S A B2 1384 S A A2

$15

1385 S A- B1 1386 S B A2

$15

1387 S A A2 1388 S B A1-

$15 1389 * A B1 $8 1390 D A B2 $8 $30

1391 S A- A2 1392 S A B2

$20 $8 $10 $8 $80 $10 $50 $20 $5 $15 $10 $25 $20 $4 $7 $10 $6 $10 $55 $15 $10 $8 $20 $12 $12 $10 $25 $12 $10 $12 $10 $20 $20 $30 $25 $25 $20 $20 $20

29/6/1998.

$15

from Burra Burra PO c.1849; renamed Burra PO 1/12/1939. 33: on 1876 2d orange DLR P10. Allocated to Riverton-Replaced Saddleworth PO c.1856. 39: on 2d orange DLR P10. [Rated RR] Allocated to Moorunde-PO 1/1/1855; renamed Blanchetown PO 20/10/1857. 46: on 2d red PB Imperf. Allocated to Hahndorf-PO c.1849; renamed Ambleside PO 1/7/1918. 63: on 2d DLR. [Rated R] Allocated to Cherry Gardens-PO 10/7/1850; closed 31/12/1851. 70: on 2d PB Roulette. Allocated to Port Elliot-PO 1/5/1852.

$10

1983.

$20

closed 2/9/1860; Re-allocated to Rhynie PO 6/3/1860.

$15

28: on roul. 2d pale vermilion PB. Allocated to Kooringa-Renamed

81: Type 1 (diamond 10x8mm) on 2d pale vemilion PB roul (pin holes). [Rated R] Allocated to Penwortham-PO 1/1/1856; closed 31/10/

88: on 1d pink tied with unframed ‘[R]HYNIE/SP2/96/S_A’ (B2) on 1d brown Postal Card. Allocated to Kent Town-PO 13/5/1858;

94: on 2d red PB roul, overstruck with poor Port Augusta of SP22/1859. Allocated to Port Augusta-PO c.-/7/1856. 100: on 2d orange roul. [Rated R] Allocated to Milang-PO 1/1/1856. 252: used as emergency canceller, on Vic 2d violet Stamp Duty. [Rated R - quite unusual cancelling a Victorian stamp.] Allocated to Adelaide-PO 10/4/1837.

$80 SOUTH*AUSTRALIA | Datestamps A A1 Adelaide: ‘ADELAIDE/27OCT/—/1960/PAID - HELP $70 1393 ERADICATE T.B./USE Christmas SEALS’ machine in red on $15 Whiting & Chambers window envelope. PO 10/4/1837. $40

$12 $50 $20 $12 $20

$20 $15 $40

$4


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1394 * A A1 1395 * A- A1 1396 * A A1 1397 * A A11398 S A A21399 S A- B2 1400 S A A2 1401 * A 1402 * A A11403 D A A11404 S A B2 1405 D A A1 1406 S A B2 1407 S A A2 1408 * A A1 1409 D A1 1410 D A A2 1411 S A A2

- ‘ADELAIDE/9FEB/—/1961/PAID - USE/AUSTRALIAN/ PRODUCTS’ machine in red on Harris Scarfe - Condor Lamps window envelope to St Leonards. - ‘ADELAIDE/S.A./20OCT/—/1961/PAID - UNITED NATIONS/ DAY/24TH. OCTOBER’ machine in red on Harris Scarfe window envelope, some light toning. - ‘ADELAIDE/6JNE/—/1962/PAID - IDEAL FOR-/SMALL INVESTORS/BUY SPECIAL BONDS’ machine in red on Harrris Scarfe - Dulux window envelope. - ‘ADELAIDE/S.A./16APR/—/1963/PAID - COMMONWEALTH/ BONDS/YOUR BEST/INVESTMENT’ machine in red on Colton’s window envelope. Aldinga: light clear squared-circle ‘ALDINGA/MY?/34/S_A’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO c.1851; closed 4/4/1992. Blumberg: ‘BLUMBERG/1/AP21/81/[S_A]’ on 2d orange DLR P10. PO 10/5/1855; renamed Birdwood PO 1/7/1918. Booboorowie (2): ‘BOOBOROWIE/23JL34/[S.A]’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO 1/4/1889. Bordertown: Black & white PPC ‘C.W.A. Rest Room, Bordertown’, real photo, unused. PO 1/10/1865. Ceduna: light ‘CEDUNA/5PM/26NOV/1999/S. AUST 5690’ machine cancelling 45c Ipomoea on Alexander Last Day cover. Renamed from Murat Bay PO 1/1/1922; LPO 29/11/1999.

VALLEY/11OC72/STH

Cockatoo Valley: ‘COCKATOO AUST.’ (small decade wheeel) on 2c and 5c coils. RO 1/8/1910; closed 30/6/1981.

Colton (1): framed ‘COLTON/MA[?]/9[?]/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. PO 1/7/1879; closed 31/3/1930. Coomandook: ‘COOMANDOOK/3MY37/STH AUSTRALIA’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO 2/8/1909. Dawson: 23mm framed ‘DAWSON/FE3/97/S_[A]’ on 2d orange DLR P13. Renamed from Coglin PO 1/4/1882; closed 14/8/1971. Eden Valley: squared-circle ‘EDEN VALL[EY]/MY21/3[?]/[S_A]’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO c.-/6/1863. Elizabeth: ‘ELIZABETH/7MAR1979/3/S. AUST. 5112’ on 20c & $2 on 20c PSE with blue registration label. [Not recorded by SA Study Circle.] PO 8/5/1961. Elizabeth Field: ‘ELIZABETH FIELD/26JA73/SA-AUST’. PO 15/11/

1417 D A1+

closed 17/12/1957.

STREET/5P14NO86/SOUTH-

Gouger Street (1): ‘GOUGER AUST’ on AAT 1c Ship, on unaddressed cover with Closure of Post Office cachet. PO 10/2/1958; closed 14/11/1986. Gumeracha: ‘GUMERACHA/PAID/10MR86/S-AUST-5233’ in red. PO c.1851.

1419 D A A2

Hammond: three strikes of 23mm framed ‘HAMMOND/1/ FE26/02/S_A’ on 1d red DLR P12 & 2d violet DLR P13 x2.

1424 S A A2 1425 S A A2 1426 S A B2 1427 * A A1 1428 * A B1 1429 S A A2 1430 D A A1 1431 S A B2 1432 S A A1

$5 $30 $4 $7 $5 $20 $20 $6 $15 $6 $15

$50 $6

1966.

1964.

Kingston: frame worn away ‘KINGSTON/1/NO1/95/[S_A]’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 9/2/1860. - ‘KINGSTON S.E/28MR70/SOUTH-AUST’ (arcs 2,3) on 5c Expo. Knightsbridge: 23mm framed ‘KNIGHTSBRIDGE/1/[]/[9]3/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 1/3/1882; closed 23/5/1911. Lenswood: ‘LENSWOOD/8MY65/STH AUST’ on ½d roo block of 4. RO 1/6/1917; PO 16/11/1917; CMA c.-/3/1993.

1443 D A B1 1444 D A1

$50 $6 $10 $15 $40 $50 $6 $6 $4 $8 $4 $20 $8

PO 1/9/1934; LPO c.-/3/1993.

Mount Gambier North: ‘MT GAMBIER NTH/14MR70/ SOUTH.AUST’ (arcs ½,½), on registration piece. PO 1/3/1954;

28/9/1953; replaced by Whyalla Playford Avenue PO 1/9/1964.

1449 D A A1+ Port MacDonnell: ‘PORT MACDONNELL/27AP71/STH AUST’ (arcs ½,1) on 6c orange QEII. PO 6/9/1860. 1450 S A A2 Port Victoria: 23mm framed ‘PT VICTORIA/OC26/93/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 1/5/1877. 1451 S A A2 Port Wakefield (3): 23mm framed ‘PORT WAKEFIELD/AU4/84/ S_A’ ( raised 4’s ) on 2d orange DLR P10. PO 18/11/1863. 1452 * A A1 Postal Museum: pictorial ‘POSTAL MUSEUM-ADELAIDE, S.A. 5000/G.P.O. ADELAIDE 1851/11AUG1986’ on 3c & 30c on plain addressed cover. PO 17/4/1985; closed c.-/12/1993. 1453 D A1 Prospect East: ‘PROSPECT EAST/11DE70/2/SA-AUST’ (arcs 8,8) on registration piece. Renamed from North Nailsworth PO 25/3/

1457 S A B2

$10

Mount Burr (2): ‘MOUNT BURR/24OC36/S.A.’ on 2d red KGV.

closed 31/12/1981.

$15 $10

Mount Bryan PO 15/8/1920.

1445 D A A2+ Murray Bridge South: ‘MURRAY BRIDGE SOUTH/8JA74/SAAUST’ on 7c World Health. PO 1/9/1966. 1446 D A B2 Northfield: ‘NORTHFIELD/2FE54/SOUTH-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 13/8/1900; closed 12/6/1980. 1447 S A B2 Parachilna: 27½mm squared-circle ‘PARACHILNA/ JU15/27/S.A’ on 1½d Canberra. PO 1/8/1882. 1448 D A B2 Playford Avenue Whyalla: ‘PLAYFORD AV WHYALLA/ 15MR63/SOUTH-AUST’ on 2/5d registered envelope piece. PO

1455 D A A1 1456 S A A2

$10

Huddleston: squared-circle ‘HUDDLESTON/1/NO7/23/S_A’ on 1½d green KGV. [Rated X] PO 7/12/1903; closed 15/11/1971. Islington: 23mm framed ‘ISLINGTON/MY20/90/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. PO 1/7/1881; renamed Prospect West PO 11/1/1965. Keilli: 23mm framed ‘KEILLI/SE1/93/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. Renamed from Broughton Extension PO c.-/2/1876. Kilkenny: 27mm squared-circle ‘KILKENNY/2/JY10/13/[S_A]’ on 1d roo. PO 1/11/1883; closed 23/5/1980. - ‘KILKENNY/SA/11SEP/—/1963/AUST/PAID’ machine in red on Colton, Palmer & Preston window envelope. Kilkenny North: ‘PAID AT KILKENNY NORTH/4DE72/SA-AUST’ in red on window envelope. Renamed from Woodville North PO 13/1/

1961; closed 16/4/1971.

1440 S A A2+ Morchard: 22mm framed ‘MORCHARD/AU13/90/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 1/4/1878; closed 30/4/1986. 1441 S A A2+ Morgan: 22mm framed ‘MORGAN/DE12/82/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. Renamed from North West Bend PO c.-/11/1878. 1442 S B A2 Mount Bryan Flat: 22mm framed ‘MT BRYAN/DE10/81/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. Renamed from Mount Bryan PO c.1878; renamed

$6

Renamed from Coonatto PO 24/8/1880; closed 30/6/1983.

Hindmarsh: ‘HINDMARSH/STH/—-/1MAY/1961/AUST/PAID PLEASE POST EARLY/BEFORE LUNCH &/BEFORE FOUR O’CLOCK’ machine in red on window envelope. PO 29/1/1847. Hope Forest: ‘HOPE FORES[T]/15AP[?]/SOUT[H-AUST]’ on 4d QEII. PO 15/10/1937, provisionally closed 31/1/1966; closed 3/5/

Renamed from Hilton PO 1/6/1894; closed 22/6/1998.

1438 D A A1+ Middleton: ‘MIDDLETON/13SE74/STH AUST’ (arcs 4,3) on 7c Desert Pea. PO 6/1/1858; closed 29/10/1992. 1439 D A A1 Mirikata: ‘MIRIKATA/4JE63/STH AUST’ on 5d Red Cross. PO 1/4/

1454 S A B2

$20

PO 19/6/1967.

AUST’ on 7c 1433 D A B1+ Little Hampton: ‘LITTLE QEII. 1434 S A A2 Lucindale: 22mm framed ‘LUCINDALE/AU15/90/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. Renamed from Baker’s Range PO c.-/6/1877. 1435 S A A2 Lyndoch: 23mm framed ‘LYNDOCH/OC26/99/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR P13. Renamed from Lyndoch Valley PO c.-/11/1857. 1436 S A A2 Mannum: 23mm framed ‘MANNUM/1/SE15/94/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 2/11/1864. 1437 * A A1- Marleston: ‘MARLESTON/PAID/20JE98/S-AUST-5033’ on Alexander Closing Day cover franked with Cocos 45c children.

$10

1894.

1420 S A A2+ Hilton (2): 23mm framed ‘HIILTON/FE”1”3/86/S[_A]’ (‘3’ slug inverted) on 1d green DLR P10. PO 1/7/1872; renamed Cowandilla

1423 S A A2

$6

$5

Hamley Bridge: 24mm squared-circle ‘HAMLEY BRIDGE/3/ JY22/93/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 1/1/1867; closed 28/2/

1422 D A B2

$4

13/8/1982.

1418 S A A2

1421 * A A1

$6

$5

Farina: 23mm framed ‘FARINA/AU10/82/S[_A]’ on 2d orange DLR P10. PO 1/11/1878; closed 30/1/1960. 1412 S A A2 Georgetown: 23mm framed ‘GEORGE TOWN/SP5/93/S.A’ (sic) on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 1/9/1871. 1413 D A A2 Glenelg: ‘GLENELG/15AU46/SOUTH-AUST’ (narrow U - ERD by 5 yrs) in 2½d red & 3d brown on long piece with blue registration label. PO 5/12/1849. 1414 * A- A1- - ‘PAID AT/STH 7DEC AUST/1961/GLENELG - PLEASE POST EARLY/BEFORE LUNCH &/BEFORE FOUR O’CLOCK’ machine in red on window envelope, some toning. 1415 S A A2 Gordon: 23mm framed ‘GORDON/AP1/85/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. Renamed from Kanyaka Creek PO 23/3/1880; TO 31/5/1947; 1416 * A A1

$6

1965; renamed Davoren Park North PO 1/2/1994.

Eurelia: two strikes of 23mm framed ‘EURELIA/MR7/02/S_A’ on 1d red DLR P13 & 2d violet DLR P13 x2. PO 26/2/1879; closed

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1458 D A B2 1459 S A A2 1460 S A A2 1461 S A A2 1462 * A A21463 S A A2 1464 D A B2 1465 S A A2 1466 D A A11467 D A A1 1468 D A A2

1474 * A A1-

$8 $8 $5 $5 $6 $40 $50 $8 $10 $7 $10 $5 $10 $6 $10 $5 $15 $10 $3

1968.

$10

Finniss PO 1/3/1910.

$15 $5

Queens Own Town (2): 23mm framed ‘QUEENS OWN TOWN/2/JY6/03/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR P13. PO c.1871; renamed

Quorn: ‘QUORN/16OC75/SA-AUST’ on 18c flower. PO 1/8/1878. Redruth: unframed ‘REDRUTH/JA30/71/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10. RH 4/3/1858; c c.1864; PO c.1900; closed 30/9/1905. Reedy Creek (3): framed ‘REEDY [CR]EEK/AU8/93/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P15. PO 1/10/1882. Rundle Street (2): ‘RUNDLE STREET-2/29AU46/SOUTHAUST’ (arcs 1,1), on 5½d emu on registration piece with C6 label. PO 1/2/1882; renamed Rundle Mall PO 9/3/1984. Salisbury (2): ‘SALISBURY/2/MY8/99/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO c.1852. Stockade: unframed ‘STOCKADE/JY6/[?]6/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P15 optd narrow ‘O.S.’. PO c.1872; closed 30/9/1907. Tantanoola (2): square-circle ‘TANTANOOLA/FE10/96/S[_A]’ on 2d orange DLR P13. Renamed from Lucieton PO 2/11/1888. Tanunda: ‘TANUNDA/530A23MY38/SOUTH AUST.’, on 2d red KGVI, on cover to Norwood. PO 8/11/1848. Templer’s: unframed ‘TEMPLER’S/AU4/95/S.A’ on 2d Orange DLR P15. PO c.-/3/1856; closed 1/5/1967. Thebarton: ‘PAID AT THEBARTON/1½D14SP49/S.A.’ in black on 2½d Lawson. PO 24/10/1850. Towitta (3): framed ‘TOWITTA/OC19/99/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 2/7/1883. Tungkillo (3): ‘TUNGKILLO/14DE72/SOUTH-AUST’ on 7c Fisher. Renamed from South Petherton PO 1/1/1907; closed 30/9/1981. Two Wells: two strikes of 22mm framed ‘TWO WELLS/2/ AU10/01/S.A’ on 2d violet DLR P12. PO 4/12/1860. Ulooloo: ‘ULOOLOO/12MR71/STH AUST’ on 6c orange QEII. PO 2/11/1881; closed 24/3/1972.

1469 S A A2+ Warnertown: ‘WARNERTOWN/31MR48/S.A’, on ½d roo and selvedge. Renamed from Napperby PO 5/2/1878. 1470 S A B2 Wauraltee: framed ‘WAURALTEE/OC7/93/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. PO 1/6/1877; closed 31/10/1955. 1471 S A A2+ Whitwarta: framed ‘WHITWARTA/OC29/15/S_A’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/8/1876; closed 30/10/1971. 1472 D A A2+ Whyalla William Street: ‘WHYALLA WILLIAMS ST/17JE63/STH AUST’ on 5d Red Cross. PO 1/12/1959; renamed Whyalla Norrie East 1473 D A A1-

$8

PO 1/9/1967.

Wilkawatt: ‘WILKAWATT/1OC62/STH AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. RO 24/2/1908; PO 1/1/1909; closed 10/10/1986.

Woodside Camp: ‘MI P.O. WOODSIDE/4FE54/SOUTH-AUST’ (L. removed) on 4d Koala x2 & 1d purple QEII x2 on Army Canteens Service Club cover to Adelaide, SA, with round ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION/508/POSTAGE RATE’ (A1) in purple & bearing blue C6 registration label. PO c.1949; closed 5/2/1993.

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

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Woodside Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. WOODSIDE/24MY40/SOUTHAUST’ on 1d green QE Die II on YMCA cover to Kensington, SA, with double-circle ‘HEADQUARTERS 10th BATTALION/.../.../- -’ (A1) in purple, couple of small closed tears. PO 9/10/1939; closed 14/6/1944.

1476 S A A2

Yacka: framed ‘YACKA/DE18/88/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P10.

1477 D A B1

Yalpara: framed ‘YALPARA/SE1/01/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR P13.

TASMANIA 1478 F A

PO c.1874; closed 28/6/1991.

PO 1/12/1880; RO 14/3/1908; closed 30/4/1917.

1526 S A A2 1527 S A B1$30

1528 S A A2

$6

1529 D A B2

$20

1530 S A B2

84: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Spring Bay-PO 1/12/1836; renamed Triabunna PO 31/12/1881. 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. 98: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Long Bay-PO 16/11/1864; renamed Middleton PO 9/3/1892. 118: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Margate-RH 1/7/ 1866; 1/9/1869; PO c.1900. 121: ‘121’ on 1d Sideface pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Tunnack-RH 1/9/1866; PO 1/6/1869; closed 29/8/1986. 126: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Georges Bay-PO 1/4/1869; renamed St. Helen’s PO 1/7/1882. 152: 2nd type on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Formby-PO 1/7/1873; renamed Devonport West PO 1/3/1890. 155: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Campania-PO 15/9/1873. 180: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Branxholm-PO 1/8/1876. 189: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Brandy Creek-PO 1/12/1877; renamed Beaconsfield PO 31/3/1879. 247: ‘247’ on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Austin’s FerryPO 1/8/1885; closed 6/9/1968. 342: on 1d Sideface pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Macquarie Plains R.S.-PO 1/7/1892; renamed Gretna PO 31/12/1906.

1531 S A B2 1857-69 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 2d dull emerald-green three good margins, SG #30. $75 - 2d green 2½ clear margins, SG #31, Cat £55. 1479 F B $30 1532 S A A2 - 4d blue, SG #37, three clear margins. 1480 F A $25 1533 S A A11481 F A - 4d blue, SG #37, Cat £27, 2 margins. $10 1534 S A A2 1860-67 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d grey 1482 F A SG 45. $50 1535 S A B11483 F A - 6d slate-violet, 4 close or just touching margins, SG #48, Cat £55. $50 1536 S A A2 1484 W A B1 1863-71 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 10 1d dull vermilion SG 58. $50 1537 S A B2 1485 F A 1863-71 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Pin Perf 12 1d dull vermilion, imperf horizontally, mss cancelled ‘6/3/66’. $100 TASMANIA | Datestamps 1486 V A B3 1871-91 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 11½ 6d 1538 D A A2 Adamsfield: ‘ADAMSFIELD/2NO30/TAS’ on 2d red KGV. bright violet, SG #138, Cat £32. [Rated R] Renamed from Florentine PO 1/12/1925; closed 31/5/1960. $15 1487 V A B2 - 6d dull reddish lilac, SG #139, Cat £40, neat 1874 fiscal cancel. $10 1539 S A B2 Antill Ponds R.S.: ‘ANTILL PONDS RY. STN/JA31/16/ TASMANIA’ in violet on 1d red KGV. PO 9/8/1897; renamed Antill 1488 * A1 D2 1871-91 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Post Office Perf 12 6d dull claret, SG #143, Cat £35, minor stain, rough Ponds PO c.-/10/1936. perfs. $20 1540 D A B2 Augusta Road: framed ‘AUGUSTA-GATE/JY10/13/TAS:’ on 1d 1489 * A B1 1871-78 Sidefaces Wmk TAS & Lines Perf 11½ 9d blue SG Roo. Renamed from Augusta Toll-Gate PO 16/3/1874; closed 30/11/ 148. 1927. $20 1541 S A B2 Back Creek (2): framed ‘BACK-CREEK/DE24/07/TAS:’ on 1d 1490 * A B1 1892-99 Tablets Wmk TAS Perf 14 5d pale blue & brown SG 218. Pictorial. [Rated RR] PO 1/3/1873; RO 1/9/1916; PO 1/6/1927; $10 replaced by Weymouth PO 23/12/1959. 1491 * A A1 - 6d violet and black SG 219. $20 1492 * A C1 - 1/- rose & green, SG #221. $6 1542 S B B2 Balfour: ‘ BALFOUR/27AU1913/TASMANIA’ (‘MT’ completely removed) on 1d Roo. [Rated R] Renamed from Mount Balfour PO 1493 * A A1 1899-1900 Pictorials Engraved 2½d indigo SG 232. $25 15/7/1910; RO 1/1/1927; PO 1/6/1927; closed 31/12/1927. 1494 * A A1 - 6d lake SG 236. $25 1543 S B B2 Bangor (2): framed ‘BANGOR/30OC/20/TASMANIA’ on 2d 1495 * A B2 1902-04 Pictorials Litho Wmk V/Crown 2d deep reddish violet, orange KGV. [Rated R] PO 16/12/1889; closed 30/9/1971. P12½, SG #239, couple of pulled perfs. $5 1544 D A A1- - ‘BANGOR/1MY70/TAS-AUST’ on 5c Watson. [Rated R] 1496 * A B1 1903 Wmk V/Crown 1/- rose & green, P12½, SG #243, Cat £20, with Wmk Inverted. $20 1545 S A A2 Barrington Lower: framed ‘LOWER BARRINGTON/JA?/24/ TASM[ANIA]’ on 1½d green KGV. [Rated R+] PO 1/9/1885. 1497 * A B1 1905-11 Pictorials Typo Wmk Crown/A ½d yellow-green wmk 1546 S A A2 Beach End: framed ‘BEACH END/FE12/06/[TASMANIA]’ on 1d upright inverted P11, SG #249da, Cat £90 (BW# T6, Cat $200), Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/12/1896; PO c.1898; RH 1/11/1916; closed hinge remainder. $150 31/12/1924. 1498 * A A1 - 6d carmine-lake P11, SG #254a, very fine. $25 1547 S A A2 Beachside: ‘BEACHS[IDE]/7SE20/TA[S]’ on ½d orange KGV. TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Formular) [Rated RR] Renamed from Sandy Bay Lower PO 3/4/1921; renamed 1499 *** A 1882 Walch’s Tasmania Post Card red on buff. $65 Sandy Bay Lower PO 31/5/1968. 1548 S A A1 Beaconsfield: ‘BEACONSFIELD/18APR07/TASMANIA’ (3 letter TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes month) on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Brandy Creek PO 1/4/1879. 1500 *** A1883 Queen Victoria Embossed Head 2d green on white paper, HG #1, tone spot at left edge. $20 1549 S A A1 Bellerive (1): framed ‘BELLERIVE/OC13/04/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Kangaroo Point PO 1/1/1882; replaced by TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) Rosny Park PO 15/10/1982. 1891 Queen Victoria Embossed Head 1d red on window faced 1501 *F A 1550 S A B2 - framed ‘BELLERIVE/MY13/18/TASMANIA’ in blue on 1d red envelope for A.G.Webster & Son Hobart used in 1908, HG KGV. #KB3. $60 1551 * A A1 Black River: ‘BLACK RIVER/9NO73/TAS.’ on Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia OHMS front to Hobart, Tas. PO 1/10/ TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers (PTPO) 1875; closed 29/11/1974. 1882 ½d red on blue horizontal laid, 110x275mm, HG #KE2. 1502 *** A $30 1552 S A A1 Bradshaw’s Creek (2): framed ‘BRADSHAW’S CREEK/ - ½d red on blue horizontal laid with part Britannia wmk, 1503 *** AAP13/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 11/11/1889; renamed 109x274mm, HG #KE2, pinhole. $30 Pioneer PO 31/12/1955. 1504 *** A - ½d red on white horizontal laid, 110x274mm, HG #KE2. $30 1553 S B B2 Branxholm: framed ‘BRANXHO[LM]/MR12/18/[T]ASMANIA’ in - 1d red on blue horizontal laid with part inverted Britannia wmk, 1505 *** A blue, on 6d blue roo (corner missing). PO 1/8/1876. 104x269mm, HG #KE3. $30 1554 D A B2 Bream Creek (2): ‘BREAM CREEK/16AP69/TAS-AUST’ on 5c - 1d red on blue horizontal laid with part inverted & reversed 1506 *** APaterson. [Rated R] PO 1/11/1896; closed 31/12/1969. Britannia wmk, 104x269mm, HG #KE3, pinhole. $25 1507 *** A - 1d red on white horizontal laid, 103x269mm, HG #KE3. $30 1555 D A B2 Breona: light ‘BREONA/21FE60/TAS-AUST’ on 5d Xmas postally used. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Tiagarra PO 5/9/1938; TASMANIA | Postal History closed 7/9/1963. 1885 Stampless Letter Bill used from Bothwell to Green Ponds 1508 *F A1556 S A B2 Bridgewater: framed ‘BRIDGEWATER/AU23/04/TAS[MA]NIA’ with fine Bothwell DE 15 85 cds at top. $45 on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/10/1840; renamed Bridgewater North PO 6/9/ 1509 *F A 1901 OPSO Birth Notice advising of birth in Woodbury with fine 1874. Woodbury cds Ap 1 10 (date reversed), fine official mail. $90 1557 D A1 Bridgewater Junction: BRIDGEWATER/430P17AU64/TAS-AUST’ 1913 OHMS cover for Lands and Survey Department with 1d on 1510 *F A on stampless strip with blue ‘BRIDGEWATER’ registration label. 2d mauve Pictorial tied by Hobart machine cancel 15 JAN 13. $45 Renamed from Bridgewater North PO 1/7/1895. 1558 * A A1 Brighton Military Camp (2): ‘MIL.P.O. BRIGHTON/11JA47/ TASMANIA | Numerals - Second Allocation TAS-AUST’ on 1d purple-brown QE on plain cover endorsed 1511 S A A2 2: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Avoca-Renamed from St. Paul’s Plains “LAST DAY COVER/Post Office Closed” & bearing boxed $5 PO 1/1/1838. ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ 1512 S B A2 10: on 2d Sideface, rounded TRC. Allocated to Brighton-PO 1/6/ (A1). PO 17/10/1939; closed 11/1/1947. $10 1832; renamed Pontville PO 30/6/1895; closed 31/7/1973. 1559 S A A2 Buckland: framed ‘[B]UCKLAND/AU4/21/TASMANIA’ on 2d 1513 S A A1- 13: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Brown’s River-PO 1/9/1835; renamed orange KGV. Renamed from Prosser’s Plains PO c.1884; closed 28/1/ $5 Kingston PO 31/12/1881. 1981. 1514 S A A2 16: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Campbell Town-PO 1/6/1832. $8 1560 D A B1 Bulgobac: ‘BULGOBAC/31DE49/TAS-AUST’ on 1d Princess 1515 S A- A2 18: on 1d Sideface pair with partial Carrick cds. Allocated to and 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRR] TO 1/6/1938; closed 31/7/1958. $5 Carrick-PO 5/11/1841. 1561 * A A2- Burnie: ‘POSTAGE PAID BURNI[E]/?—4JA24/[TAS]’ in black 1516 S A A2- 20: light strike on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Circular Head-PO 1/7/ on window envelope. Renamed from Emu Bay PO 1/1/1882. $8 1845; renamed Stanley PO 31/12/1881. 1562 D A A2 - ‘T.O. BURNIE/17FE54/TAS-AUST’ on 1/- lyrebird & 6d 1517 S B A2 21: on 1d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Clarence Plains-RH 20/11/ kookaburra on telegraph piece. [Rated RR] $5 1850; renamed Rokeby PO 31/12/1881. 1518 S A A2 25: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Deloraine-PO 13/2/1845. $5 1563 D A A1 - ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE BURNIE/30JY68/TAS-AUST’. 1519 S A B2 42: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Hamilton-PO 1/6/1832. $5 1564 * A A2 Bushy Park (2): ‘BUSHY PARK/18JE71/TAS-AUST’ in purple on Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia OHMS front. Renamed 1520 S A A2 52: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Launceston-PO 12/10/1822. $6 from Macquarie Plains PO 1/1/1968. 1521 S A A1 63: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to New Norfolk-PO 1/6/1832. $6 1522 S A- B2 68: on 3d Sideface. Allocated to Perth-PO 1/6/1832. $8 1565 D A B1 Cairn’s Bay (2): ‘CAIRNS BAY/25AU36/TASMANIA’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated R] RO 31/10/1916; PO c.1925; closed 22/7/1971. 1523 S A B2 70: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Port Cygnet-RH 8/12/1853; PO 1/1/ $4 1566 D A A1 Campbell Town: ‘CAMPBELL TOWN/445P5JE85/TAS 7210’ on 1854; renamed Lovett PO 30/6/1895; renamed Cygnet PO 13/5/1915. 33c Soil Conservation. PO 1/6/1832. 1524 S A A2 76: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Richmond-PO 1/6/1832. $4 1525 S B A1- 77: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Ross-PO 1/6/1832. $4

$10 $15 $6 $80 $4 $5 $5 $15 $10 $4 $15 $7 $5 $5 $15 $15 $10 $10 $10 $6 $12 $10 $8 $3 $4 $10 $8 $4 $5 $40 $4 $10

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


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1567 S B B2 1568 S A A1 1569 S A A2 1570 D A A1 1571 S A B2 1572 D A B2 1573 D A A2 1574 S A A2-

Carlton: framed ‘CARLTON/31DE/15/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 9/11/1841; closed 30/11/1949. Carrick: framed ‘CARRICK/AP12/12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 5/11/1841. Catamaran (3): ‘CATAMARAN/17DE36/[TAS.]’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated RR] PO 1/11/1922; closed 31/10/1955. Caveside: ‘CAVESIDE/8FE78/TAS-7304’ on 18c flower. [Rated R] PO 1/11/1887; closed 30/5/1980. Chester: ‘CHESTER/31OC1912/T[ASMA]NIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/6/1910; closed 31/5/1914. Chigwell: ‘CHIGWELL/4JE67/TAS-AUST’ in violet on 24c Kingfisher. PO 30/5/1958. Christmas Hills: ‘CHRISTMAS HILLS/-3JY59/TAS-AUST’ on 4d red QEII. [Rated RR] RO 1/10/1906; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/4/ 1968.

Colebrook: framed ‘COLEBROOK/AU14/12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Jerusalem PO 9/4/1894; closed 1/8/1986. 1575 S A A1 Copping: framed ‘COPPING/DE30/04/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Coppington PO 1/10/1886; closed 30/6/1988. 1576 D A A1 Deloraine Railway: blue straight-line sans-serif ‘DELORAINE’ on 1950s telegram piece. [Rated R] TO c.1892; closed c.1959. 1577 D A A1+ Dilston: framed ‘DILSTON/18NO/29/TASMANIA.’ on 1½d WA Centenary. [Rated R] PO 5/6/1871; closed 31/3/1975. 1578 D A Dunorlan: ‘DUNORLAN/AP16/17/TASMANIA’ (A2-) on 1d red KGV, ‘DUNORLAN/25JE63/TAS.’ (A1) on 5d royal visit & ‘DUNORLAN/29MY73/TAS.’ (B1) on 7c magenta QEII. PO 1/2/1886; closed 31/5/1974. (3) 1579 D A A1 Eagle Hawk Neck (2): double-circle ‘EAGLEHAWK NECK/ 19SEP24/TASMANIA’ in blue on 1½d red KGV. RH 11/1/1895; PO 1580 D A B2 1581 D A A2 1582 * A B1

1/1/1898; closed 30/12/1974.

CREEK/28 AU63/TAS’

Edith Creek: ‘EDITH (spaced dateline) on 5d QEII. [Rated R] RO 13/11/1922; PO c.1925. 2?Y65 Egg Lagoon: ‘EGG LAGOON/ /TAS-AUST’ on 5d QEII. [Rated RRR] RO 1/6/1925; PO 1/6/1927; closed 29/9/1967. [King Island]

‘ELIZABETH.ST.LAUNCESTON/PAID/7SE73/

Elizabeth Street: TAS-AUST 7250’, on window envelope. [Rated R] PO 1/7/1958. 1583 S A A1+ Ellendale: framed ‘ELLENDALE/DE29/09/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 16/4/1880. 1584 D A Elliott: ‘ELLIOTT/35JE63/TAS-AUST’ (A1, sic) on 5d blue QEII & ‘ELLIOTT/15DE88/TAS-7325’ (A1) on 39c Christmas. PO 1/10/ 1898. (2) 1585 D A A1 English Town: ‘ENGLISHTOWN/8AU51/TAS-AUST’ (ERD) on 1/- Lyrebird x2 on telegram piece. [Rated RRR] Renamed from 1586 * A 1587 D A A2 1588 D A A2 1589 D A B2 1590 D A

1591 D A B2 1592 D A B1 1593 * B A11594 S A B3 1595 * A 1596 D A B2 1597 S A A2 1598 S A B2 1599 D A A1 1600 S A A2 1601 D A B1 1602 * B B2

1603 * A A1 1604 * A B1-

Anamana RO 31/12/1913; PO 30/5/1927; closed 30/6/1956.

Evandale: Black & white PPC ‘St Andrews Evansdale, Tas’, a Spurling real photo, unused. PO 1/6/1835. Falmouth: ‘FALMOUTH/17OC70/TAS-AUST’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1848; closed 21/8/1973. Fentonbury: ‘FENTONBURY/27OC65/TAS’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated RRRR] PO 1/4/1885; closed 29/4/1966. Forester: ‘FORESTER/30OC34/TAS’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated R] PO 1/9/1911; TO 1/12/1968; closed 15/1/1971. Forth (2): ‘FORTH/JU21/27/TASMANIA’ (A2-) on 1½d Canberra, ‘FORTH/13JY51/TAS’ (A1) on 3d red KGVI & ½d orange roo, ‘FORTH/3FE71/TAS-AUST’ (A1-) on 6c orange QEII & ‘FORTH/7OC81/TAS-7310’ on 22c Australia Day & 2c Crimson Finch. Renamed from Hamilton On Forth PO 1/10/1876. (4) Glazier’s Bay (3): ‘GLAZIERS BAY/28MY35/TAS’ on 2d ANZAC. [Rated RRR] RO 1/2/1912; PO 1/6/1927; closed 31/5/1968. Glenlusk: ‘GLENLUSK/16MR51/TAS-AUST’ on 3d red KGVI. [Rated R] RH c.1888; PO 1/1/1890; closed 16/9/1968. Glenorchy: ‘PAID AT GLENORCHY/21AU73/TAS-AUST’, on Falls Pty Ltd cover with closed tear at right not entering ds. PO 1/7/ 1837.

Glenorchy Rail: ‘GLENO[RCHY]/4-JA[N1922]/[TASMANIA]’ (#1) on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RRRR] Renamed from O’Briens

Bridge TO 1/1/1891; closed c.1958.

Gormanston: Black & white PPC ‘Haulage Line Mount Lyell, Tasmania’, a Mount Lyell Tourist Association card, unused. Renamed from Mount Lyell PO 1/11/1894; closed 30/4/1979.

Golden Valley: ‘GOLDEN VALLEY/20AP63/TAS.’ on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] PO 16/5/1887; RO c.1911; PO 1/6/1927; closed 3/4/ 1975.

Gwandalan: ‘GW[AN]DALAN/9JE25/TAS’ (slight smudging) on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RRRR] RO 10/7/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/8/1932.

Hampshire: ‘HAMPSHIRE/30NO36/TAS’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated R] TO 2/8/1920; RO 10/1/1921; PO 1/6/1924; closed 12/7/1969. Harford: framed ‘HARFORD/AU28/17/TAS:’ on 1d red KGV. [ Rated R] Renamed from Greens Creek PO 11/2/1896; closed 30/6/ 1966.

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

1/8/1920; closed 16/11/1971.

‘HILLWOOD/6OC81/TAS-7252’

Hillwood: in violet, on 24c CHOGM. Renamed from Craigburn RO 26/3/1920; PO 1/12/1923. D Hobart: ‘1 /PO[STA]GE PAID/S/MAY31/1899/*HOBART.TAS.*’ (Type 1) on cover with ‘UNCLAIMED’ and ‘N·Z/WELLINGTON/ 19SP99’ (B1) both in red on face, ‘GONE NO ADDRESS’ in green also on face, contains Tatt’s ticket for 1899 Melbourne Cup. Renamed from Hobart Town PO 1/1/1881. - ‘HOBART/7JNE/1944/1½D/PAID’ machine on window envelope Hobart North: ‘PAID AT HOBART NTH/??27SE62/TAS-AUST’ on window envelope, mss notes at TLC. Renamed from Elizabeth Street Upper PO 1/4/1895.

$25 $15

1605 * A A11606 D B1

$10

1607 D A A2

$6

1608 D A B2

$25

1609 * A A1-

$3

1610 D A A2

$20

1611 S A B2-

$5 $6 $20 $20

$5 $30 $5

1612 D A B2 1613 D A B2 1614 S A A2 1615 S A A2 1616 * A A11617 * A- A1 1618 * A A1 1619 * A 1620 * A

$50

1621 S A A1-

$10

1622 S A A2

$6 $5 $30 $7

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- ‘PAID AT HOBART on window envelope. Hobart South: ‘HOBART SOUTH/30AP64/TAS.’ on stampless strip with blue registration label. Renamed from Cascade Road PO

$16

Hollow Tree: framed ‘HOLLOW TREE/JY2//TASMANIA’ (year omitted) on 1d roo. [Rated R] PO 15/12/1886; closed 14/5/1959. Howth: ‘HOWTH/10OC?/TAS’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR]

$20

1/7/1895.

TO 4/2/1921; RO 18/12/1922; PO 1/11/1924; closed 31/5/1963.

Huonville: ‘HUONVILLE/PAID/230P-4MY83/TAS-AUST-7109’ in red, on long cover Renamed from Victoria (Huon) PO 25/5/1889. Interlaken: framed ‘INTERLAKEN/*//15/TASMANIA’ (inverted year, no day or month slugs) on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] RH 12/4/

30/9/1959.

$30

Kamona: ‘KAMONA/1?AU50/TAS-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] RO 6/9/1909; PO c.1925; closed 30/11/1967. Kaoota: ‘KAOOTA/24MY35/TAS’ on 2d Jubilee. [Rated RR] RO

1/12/1923; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/4/1968.

Kindred: framed ‘KINDRED/OC30/[?]/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/4/1886; closed 27/4/1990. Kingston Beach: framed ‘KINGSTON BEACH/FE27/07/ TASMANIA’ on on 1d Pictorial. RH 16/4/1900; PO 1/10/1900. Latrobe: ‘PAID AT LATROBE/■■■14JE60/TASMANIA’ on plain cover. [Rated RRR] Renamed from La Trobe PO 27/1/1873. - ‘PAID AT LATROBE/8JE67/TASMANIA’ on plain window envelope, some light staining - ‘PAID AT LATROBE/23SE77/TASMANIA’, on cover. Launceston: Multicoloured PPC ‘King’s Bridge, South Esk River, Launceston’, unused. PO 12/10/1822. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Hobbler’s Bridge near Launceston, Tasmania’, unusual night scene, used 1906 in Sydney. Lefroy: framed ‘LEFROY/DE14/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Nine Mile Springs PO 1/1/1882; closed 30/6/1986.

Legerwood: ‘[L]EDGERWOOD/20OC21/[TA]SMANIA’ (misspelt) on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RRR] Renamed from

closed 15/2/1985.

1627 S A B1

$8

1628 S A B1

Lilydale: framed ‘LILYDALE/JY6/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial.

1633 D A B2

$5

1634 S A A2

$40

1635 S A B1

$15

1636 D A A2 1637 S B A2

$5

1638 S A B2

$100

1639 S A A2

$5 $5 $4 $10

$30 $12 $12

Renamed from Leipzig RO 1/4/1921; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/6/1955. Renamed from Upper Pipers River PO 27/10/1887.

Linda: ‘LINDA/15MY30/TAS.’ on 1½d red Sturt. [Rated R] PO 18/12/1899; closed 12/11/1966.

Llewellyn: ‘LLEWELLYN/1-NO49/TAS.’ on 1/6d Airmail. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1883; closed 8/2/1967. Loira: ‘LOIRA/-3?4?/TAS.’ on 2d AIF. [Rated R] Renamed from

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

Longford: framed ‘LONGFORD/JA22/09/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856. Loyetea: ‘LOYETEA/29AU25/TAS[MANI]A’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR] RO 12/7/1920; PO 1/4/1925; closed 31/5/1969. Macquarie Plains: framed ‘MACQUARIE PLAINS/JA27/06/ TASMANIA’, on 2d Pictorial. PO 27/6/1832; renamed Bushy Park PO 31/12/1967.

Mathinna: ‘MATHINNA/JA15/02[TAS]MANIA’ on 1d pictorial. Renamed from Reedy Marsh, Blackboy PO 1/1/1882.

Meander: framed ‘EAST MEANDER/21JY/25/TASMANIA’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from East Meander PO 28/8/1910. Mole Creek: framed ‘MOLE CREEK/AU12/04/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 28/5/1884. Mooreville Road: ‘MOOREVILLE ROAD/5-MAY.08/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] RO 1/7/1906; PO c.1922; closed 29/8/ 1975.

Mount Dundas: framed ‘MOUNT DUNDAS/MY23/09/ TASMAN[IA]’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 22/11/1890; renamed Dundas PO

30/4/1892.

Mount Farrell: framed ‘MT FARRELL/JU27/07/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/4/1900; renamed Tullah PO c.-/9/1910. 1641 S A B2 Mount Read (2): framed ‘MOUNT READ/MR4/10/TASMANIA’ (no stops) on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/7/1909; closed 13/5/1914. 1642 S A B1+ Mount Seymour: framed ‘MOUNT SEYMOUR/OC12/01/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/2/1877; closed 31/7/1969. 1643 * A A1 Mowbray Heights: ‘PAID AT RELIEF/14NO88/1/TAS-AUST’, on cover with typed ‘MOWBRAY HEIGHTS POST OFFICE/ JOFFRE STREET/OPENED 14/11/88’, backstamped with ‘POST OFFICE/14NOV1988/* MOWBRAY HEIGHTS TAS 7248 *’ (A1) in blue. Renamed from Newnham PO 7/1/1961. 1644 * A New Norfolk: Blck & white PPC ‘River Derwent, New Norfolk Tas’ an E . Verrell photo, unused. This scene used on 1900 Scenic Lettercard. PO 1/6/1832. 1645 S A A2 - framed ‘NEW NORFOLK/AP11/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. ‘NEW NORFOLK/12MR73/TAS-AUST’ on OHMS 1646 * A A1 Commonwealth Savings Bank of Australia front to Hobart. 1640 S A B2

$12 $5 $6 $10 $4

$25

Lemana Junction: ‘LEMANA JION/1—-15NO23/[TASM]ANIA’ on 1½d green KGV. Renamed from Chudleigh Junction PO 1/4/1906;

$40

$8

$40

31/3/1921.

Leprena (2): ‘LEPRENA/-7AU34/TAS.’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR] RH c.1897; PO 1/4/1899; closed 31/7/1939. Lewis Hill: ‘LEWIS HILL/17MR37/TAS’ on 2d KGV. [Rated R]

1632 S A A1

$5

$30

1626 S A B2

$30

$5

1927; closed 31/10/1968.

Leipzig: framed ‘LEIPZIG/AP27//TASMANIA’ (no year) on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] RH 8/2/1883; PO 1/7/1889; renamed Lewis Hill RO

1631 D A B2

$30

$40

$15

$6

$12

Ringarooma Road Railway PO 5/5/1918.

1624 S A A2

1630 D A A1

$5 $40

Jackey’s Marsh (2): light ‘[JAC]KEY’S MARSH/8AU30/TAS’ on ½d orange KGV. [Rated RRRR] RO 30/3/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed

Legunia: ‘LEGUNIA/18JA54/TASMANIA’ on ½d roo and 3½d red QEII on telegram piece. [Rated RR] RO 2/11/1912; PO 1/6/

1629 D A A2

$15

1888; PO 1/5/1891; RO c.1902; PO 1/6/1927; closed 31/1/1968.

1623 D A A1-

1625 S A A2

$10

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$20 $30 $10 $5


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Nook: framed ‘THE NOOK/DE7/05/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1878; closed 31/10/1953. Nugent: framed ‘NUGENT/DE9/03/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 5/2/1883; closed 15/10/1968. Oatlands: framed ‘OATLANDS/MY30/04/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/6/1832. Orford: ‘ORFORD/SP12/02/TASMANIA’, on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/9/ 1870.

Osterley: framed ‘OSTERLY/MY11/09/TASMANIA’ (sic) on 2d Pictoral. Renamed from Austerly PO 21/5/1892; closed 28/1/1972. Penguin: framed ‘PENGUIN /JY22/03/TASMANIA’ (‘CREEK’ removed), on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Penguin Creek PO 1/7/

1895.

Pine Road: framed ‘PINE ROAD/MY3/04/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/10/1891; PO 1/1/1892; closed 2/1/1920. Port Arthur (3): Black & white PPC ‘Port Arthur’, a Walch & Sons card, unused. Renamed from Carnarvon PO 20/10/1927. Ramsgate: framed ‘RAMSGATE/MY5/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Recherche Bay PO 1/7/1895; closed 31/10/

1690 S A A2

$4

1694 S A A1-

$12

1695 S A A2

$10

1696 S A B1

$20 $8

$8

Regatta Point: framed ‘REGATTA POINT/JY1/04/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/4/1900; closed 31/8/1964. Renison Bell: ‘RENISON BELL/8-JY.1912/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/7/1908; TO 1/10/1968; closed 30/4/1976. Richmond: framed ‘RICHMOND/SP12/10/TASMANIA’, on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/6/1832. Ringarooma: ‘PAID AT RINGAROOMA/??14JA66/TAS-AUST’ on BP Agent cover, couple of tonespots at TRC. PO 1/10/1874. Rogerton: ‘ROGERTON/3AP78/TAS-7330’ (Opening Day) on 18c on APO souvenir cover, unaddressed. [Rated R] From Roger

River (1) 3/4/1978; to Roger River (2) 30/6/1978.

Rosebery: ‘PAID AT ROSEBERY/16MR78/TAS-AUST’ in red on plain cover to Hobart, Tas. [Rated R] PO 1/11/1897. Russell: ‘RUSSELL/18JU.1912/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/10/1910; renamed Westerway PO 5/5/1919. Saltwater River: ‘SALTWATER RIVER/AU13/07/TASMANIA’ on ½d Pictorial. PO 1/12/1878; closed 30/6/1970. Sandfly (2): framed ‘SANDFLY/MR3/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1897; closed 12/12/1981. Sandford: framed ‘SANDFORD/MY7/02/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] Renamed from Muddy Plains PO 1/6/1887; closed 15/1/1972.

Scottsdale: ‘SCOTTSDALE/NO13/05/TASMANIA’, on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Ellesmere PO 4/9/1893. - framed ‘SCOTTSDALE /SP8/08/TASMANIA’ (‘WEST’ removed), on 1d Pictorial. - light ‘PAID AT SCOTTSDALE/7MY76/TAS-AUST’ in red on Commercial Bank of Australia window envelope. Settlement Point: ‘SETTLEMENT POINT/22.AU.1910/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Flinders Island PO 1/

1908; renamed Emita PO 10/7/1913. [Flinders Island]

Shipwrights Point: framed ‘SHIPWRIGHTS POINT/*/FE27/02/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 6/2/1856; renamed Port Huon PO

24/12/1965.

Sister’s Creek: framed ‘SISTERS CREEK/FE10/09/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/7/1891; closed 30/11/1981. Smithton: framed ‘SMITHTON/AU13/01/+TASMANIA+’, on 2d pict. Renamed from Duck River PO 1/7/1895. Snake Plains: framed ‘SNAKE PLAINS/*/DE18/02/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/8/1889; renamed Glendevie RO 31/7/1923. - ‘SNAKE PLAINS//JU13/11/TASMANIA’ (* removed) on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] Somerset: light ‘PAID AT SOMERSET/19SE77/TAS-AUST’ in red, on plain cover to Hobart. [Rated R] Renamed from Somerset Cam

Mount Farrell PO c.-/9/1910.

Ulverstone: framed ‘ULVERSTONE/MR16/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Leven PO 1/1/1882. - ‘POSTAGE PAID ULVERSTONE/1—1JL28/TAS’ on Leven Harbour Trust window envelope. Underwood: framed ‘UNDERWOOD/?5/05/TAS[MAN]IA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RR] PO 1/3/1885; closed 30/9/1971.

1692 S A- A1 1693 S A B2

1895; renamed Ranelagh PO 14/9/1910.

Ranelagh Junction: framed ‘RANELAGH JUNCTION/OC7/03/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Mountain River PO 1/1/

1691 S A A2

$5

$8

PO 1/10/1963.

1689 * A B1-

$15

1922.

1677 S A A2+ Somerset River Cam: framed ‘SOMERSET-CAM/JY8/10/TAS:’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 5/11/1864; renamed Somerset Cam PO c.1934. 1678 * A A1+ Sorell: pictorial ‘OFFICIAL OPENING POST OFFICE/[office]/ 13AUG1984/SORELL TAS 7172’ on Philas Opening Day 30c PSE. PO 1/6/1832. 1679 * B B2 - ‘PAID AT SORELL/1 JE74/TAS-AUS[T]’ in red. [Rated RR] 1680 S A B2 South Mount Cameron: framed ‘S[.MT C]AMERON/FE7/21/ TASMANIA’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/1/1879; closed 14/12/1971. 1681 S A A2 Spalford: framed ‘SPALFORD/MR19/08/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 6/2/1883; closed 31/12/1965. 1682 S A A2 Springfield: framed ‘SPRINGFIELD/SP30/05/TAS’ on 1d Pictorial. RH 1/10/1876; PO 1/1/1888. 1683 S A A2 Stirling: framed ‘STIRLING/MR4/01/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] PO 1/10/1899; closed 30/4/1905. 1684 S A A2 Sulphur Creek (2): framed ‘SULPHUR CREEK/*/MY24/09/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 17/2/1890. 1685 S A B2 Taranna: ‘TARANNA/3-SP.1912/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] Renamed from Norfolk Bay PO 1/9/1887; closed 31/10/1970. 1686 S A B2 Triabunna: framed ‘TRIABUNNA/DE4/0?/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Spring Bay PO 1/1/1882. 1687 D A B2 Tullah: ‘TULLAH/22FE28/TAS’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from 1688 S A A1

$15

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Uxbridge: framed ‘UXBRIDGE/NO17/?/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 3/8/1887; closed 8/6/1966. Victoria Valley: framed ‘VICTORIA VALLEY/DE21/09/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. RO 1/7/1902; PO c.1904; closed 28/2/ 1962.

Waddamana: ‘WADDAMANNA/3-■■—5JA29/TASMANIA’ (error; ‘NN’) on 1½d red KGV. PO 18/8/1913; closed 8/1/1971. Waratah: framed ‘WARATAH/JU14/02/TASMANIA’ (circlestops) on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO 1/1/1882. Wattle Grove: framed ‘[W]ATTLE GROVE/*/AP16/09/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 11/5/1889; closed 7/2/

$15 $7 $3

1967.

$15

c.1901; closed 31/5/1968.

$30

Wattle Grove Lower: framed ‘WATTLE GROVE LOWER/ DE3/01/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RO 1/6/1900; PO

West Kentish: ‘WT KENTISH/JY4/08/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/1/1886; closed 8/7/1977. 1698 S A A1- Westbury: framed ‘WESTBURY/SP16/09/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 21/6/1832. 1699 S A B1+ White Hills (2): framed ‘WHITE-HILLS/DE17/02/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/7/1866; PO 14/1/1879; closed 31/1/1967. 1700 S A A2 Whitemore: ‘WHITEMORE/28.AUG.11/TASM[ANIA]’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] Renamed from Glenore PO 1/4/1909; closed 1697 S A B2

$15

$12 $5 $20

$40 Whyte River (1): ‘WHYTE RIVER/1-FEB.10/TAS[MANIA]’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/8/1907; closed 31/10/1912. $8 1702 S A A1- Woodbridge: framed ‘WOODBRIDGE/MY26/10/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Peppermint Bay PO 1/1/1882. $8 1703 S A A2+ Wyena: framed ‘WYENA/*/NO1/08/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 8/7/1899; RO c.1912; PO 1/6/1927; closed 31/12/1968. $10 1704 * A A1- Wynyard: ‘PAID AT WYNYARD/ 1FE68/TAS-AUST’ on BP window envelope. Renamed from Table Cape PO 1/1/1882. $16 1705 S A B2 York Plains: framed ‘YORK PLAINS/?19/31/°TASMANIA°’ on ½d orange KGV. PO 1/1/1892; closed 31/8/1968. $4 VICTORIA 1706 * C 1854-57 Half-Length Campbell & Ferguson 1d orange-brown 4-margins [Pos 20], SG #27, Cat £2500, appearance unfortunataly marred by 2 central tonespots. A rare stamp. $500 - 1d orange-brown [Pos 6] & 3d blue [Pos 7] on piece, cancelled 1707 F B with BO ‘37’ of Castlemaine. Despite both stamps being small, this is still an attractive piece. $60 1708 F D - 3d steel-blue 4-margins (all close Type 22), SG #31, Cat £55, badly thinned. $6 1709 F A 1856 Imperf Queen-On-Throne Wmk Large Star 1d yellowgreen SG 40. $25 1710 V A 1857 Rouletted 7-9 By GPO Staff 6d dull orange rouletted vertically both sides, SG #53a, Cat £50, cleaned? pen cancel. $30 1858 Queen-On-Throne Wmk Large Star Rouletted 5½-6½ 1711 W A6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £130, stain on back. $80 1712 F A B1 - 6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £15, quite well centred. $12 1713 * B D2 1859 Perf 12 By Robinson 1d yellow-green on wove paper, SG #76, Cat £250, large part brown o.g, creased corner. $150 1714 G A C1 1860-66 Beaded Oval Wmk Value in Words Perf 12 4d rose [D9] $10 1715 *F A - 4d rose with prominent doubling of PENCE on entire from Melbourne to Geelong. $45 1716 F A B1 - 4d rose-pink with wmk FIVE SHILLINGS, SG 92d. $30 1717 * A D2 1863-74 Laureates Saunders Paper Wmk Single-Lined Numeral of Value 10d dull purple on pink, SG #123, Cat £120, typical brown gum. $90 1718 * A C2 1867-81 Laureates Wmk V/Crown Perf 13 1d yellow-green pair, SG #131b, Cat £140+, typical brown gum and associated staining. $100 1884-96 Stamp Duty Typo Wmk 1st V/Crown Perf 13 1d 1719 F A yellowish green P13, SG #253, fiscal cancel with fine advertising handstamp on back for Errington & Martin, South Hackney. Most unusual. $30 1720 F A B1 - £1 reddish orange-yellow SG 262b. $95 1721 * A- C4 1884-96 Stamp Duty Typo Wmk 2nd V/Crown Perf 12½ 1d ochre, SG #265, Cat £35, rough perfs. $28 1722 F A B1 1886-96 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 2nd V/Crown 1d bright yellow-orange, SG #313e, Cat £12, cancelled with framed ‘[U]P TRAIN/M.G8/JA10/93/[VI]CTORIA’ (A2). $12 1723 * A A1 - 2½d brown-red on yellow, SG #315a, Cat £22. $15 1724 * A B1 - 5d pale reddish brown, SG #317a. $10 1725 ** A A1 - 6d bright ultramarine, SG 318. $35 1726 * A A1 - 9d apple-green, SG 319, with Wmk Inverted. $35 1727 * B B1 - 9d carmine-rose, SG #320, Cat £40, mild thin. $10 1728 **/* A C1 1896-99 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 3rd V/Crown ½d carmine-rose, pair, SG #330, Cat £10. $7 1729 ** A A1 - 1½d apple-green SG 333. $15 1730 * B C1 - 6d dull blue, SG #339, Cat £18, a few toned perfs. $5 1731 V A A1 - 5/- rosine CTO SG 347. $40 1732 * A B1 1899-1901 Stamp Duty Wmk 4th V/Crown ½d emerald SG 356. $12 1733 ** A A1 - 1d Olive SG 358. $35 1734 G A C1 - 2d violet Wmk Inverted & reversed. $50 1735 F A - 2d violet pair double perfs. $15 1736 ** A B1 - 6d dull ultramarine SG 365. $35 1737 **/* A B1 1901-10 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 4th V/Crown Perf 12x12½ or 12½ ½d blue-green block of 4, SG #384, Cat £14, 2**/2*. $12 1738 * A C1 - ½d blue-green Die I pair Wmk Sideways, SG #384. $7 1739 **/* A A1 - 2½d dull blue block of 4, SG #388, Cat £48++, 2**/2*. $60 1740 * A B1 - 5d reddish brown, SG #391, Cat £13. $12 1741 * A B1 - 9d dull rose-red, SG #393, Cat £18. $15 1701 S A B2

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1742 F A B1

- 2/- blue on rose pair, SG #395 (BW #V120b) plus 2d violet all 1893 New Colour 3d rose-red line through stamp, size b, Stieg 1796 *F Aperf ‘OS’ cancelled with ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE/JA14/08/ #C8i, 2½d cancelled with ‘R’-in-circle, tied by unframed RIALTO’ (A2) on part parcel label. ‘RICHMOND SOUTH/MR30/VIC’ (A2) to Java, Weltervreden & $35 Semarang squared-circle transits. 1743 F A B1 - 5/- scarlet and deep blue P12½, SG #398a, Cat £17. $15 - 3d rose-red line through stamp, size b, Stieg #C8i, CTO’d with 1797 *F A1744 * A A1 1905-13 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12x12½ or 12½ £1 FE22/01. salmon KEVII, SG #431, Cat £250, weak entry at right frame. $200 1901 3d Red-Orange ‘REGISTERED.’ box 52mm, Stieg #C9. 1798 *** A 1745 * A B1 1912 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 5th V/Crown Perf 11 9d rose-carmine pair, SG #463, Cat £76. $65 VICTORIA | Postal History 1799 *F B 1860 use of 4d rose Emblems, cancelled with BN ‘1’ (A1+) on VICTORIA | Postage Dues entire to Geelong, backstamped with unframed 1746 * A C1 1895-96 Wmk 2nd V/Crown 5/- pale red & yellowish green, SG ‘MELBOURNE/D/FE3/60’ (A1) & poor Geelong, wrinkled & #D20, Cat £110. $50 creased through stamp. VICTORIA | Railway Stamps 1866 use of 6d black Adapted Design (SG #107ca) on cover to 1800 *F B 1747 F A A2 1887-1902 6th Series, Black on Coloured Paper 1d on pale Albury, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/2X/AP-18/66 - VCTORIA’ green, IPC #3.1341. $25 (A2- 2nd duplex), faults. 1748 V A 1902-17 7th Series Second issue 2d blue on white IP&C 1877 cover to London with 6d blue tied by Melbourne cancel JY 1801 *F A 3.1375. $16 5 77. 1917-41 Winged Series 3rd Issue 1d bluish violet with orange 1749 ** A1802 *F B 1900’s 1d rose x2, cancelled with indistinct cds & pen on pattern Die I issued for Millbrook scarce. $40 backflap printed ‘ORIENTAL HOTEL/MELBOURNE’ cover to 1750 ** A - 3d emerald on white Die II with grey pattern issued for Lal Lal, Hobart, Tas, filing hole, opened-out with uneven tear along base rare. $50 of reverse. - 7d brown-purple on white, marginal example issued for Diapur. $30 1803 *F B 1751 ** A 1902 United States Consulate long cover to USA with 2½d pair. 1752 ** A - 7d brown Die I on white with grey pattern issued for Bairnsdale. $35 1804 *F B 1907 use of 1d rose x2, cancelled with poor machine, on - 1934 11d scarlet on ochre Die I, marginal example issued for 1753 ** A ‘METROPOLITAN HOTEL,/.../WILLIAM STREET./.../ Orbost. $40 MELBOURNE./...’ cover, with ‘HOBART/V/OC4/1907/ 1754 F A A1 - 1934 2/- carmine on off-white with grey pattern, Die I, roulette, ·TASMANIA·’ (A1), central filing hole, light creasing at top edge. Cat #3.1488. [Rated S] $25 1805 *F A- use of 1d pink pair, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/10/ 1941-53 Ninth Series - 2nd Issue 5d red on white marginal 1755 ** A 2P21OC07/_._/VICTORIA’ (A1), on plain cover to Hobart, Tas, example issued for Moolort, scarce. $50 backstamped with light Pictorial advert handstamp for Alf Hall 1756 ** A 1953-58 10th Series 3d black on white issued for Hallam. $30 Tobacconist, Swan St. Richmond, 2 filing holes. - 5d black on white issued for Diapur. 1757 ** A $30 1806 *F A 1908 use of 3d orange-brown & 2½d blue, wmk Crown/A, 1758 ** A - 6d black on white issued for Millbrook. $30 cancelled with ‘REGISTERED/1145A29AP08/MELBOURNE’ - 7d red on white issued for Ballarat East. 1759 ** A $30 (A1) on plain cover to Berlin, with circular ‘R’ (B2) & - 9d red on white issued for Pyalong. 1760 ** A $30 backstamped with Berlin arrival of 30.5.08, flap bears oval ‘MAX 1761 ** A - 1/6d red on white issued for Lal Lal. $40 HYMAN/9 QUEEN’S WALK/*MELBOURNE*’ (A1). 1958-66 11th Series 3d black on white issued for Melbourne. 1762 ** A $20 1807 *F A- use of 1d pink pair, cancelled with Melbourne machine of 1763 ** A - 6d black on white issued for Melbourne. $20 OC10/1908 on C. Crowley & Sons front to Adelaide. 1764 ** A - 9d red on white issued for Meredith. $30 1808 *F A 1909 use of 1d pink pair, cancelled with double-circle - 10d red issued for Melbourne. 1765 F A $10 ‘MELBOURNE/3MAR09 430AM/***’ (A1-) machine on cover to 1766 ** A - 1/- red on white issued for Melbourne. $30 London, GB. 1767 F A - 2/- red issued for South Melbourne. $15 - 3/- red on white issued for Melbourne. 1768 ** A $40 VICTORIA | Commercial Perfins 1809 B Metropolitan Board of Works: ‘MBW’ type #MBW.1 on 1d pink VICTORIA | Postal Stationery (faults). 1769 *** A OHMS Wrapper: Stampless wrapper printed for the Victorian Government Statist, fine unused. $40 VICTORIA | Butterflies 1810 S A A2 15: of Geelong, used as “killer” on 2d DLR, part Williamstown? VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards cds on edge of stamp. 1770 *** A 1881 New Coat of Arms 1d violet on buff, Stieg #P4. $30 1771 *** A 1886 1d Violet-Brown on Grey Buff Stieg #P9a. $15 VICTORIA | Barred Ovals 1811 S A A2+ 1: 4th type with curved serif on 3½-margins 6d Woodblock. This 1887 QV With Instruction Starting ‘This Card’ 1d violet-brown 1772 *** A is the same item used as an illustration in Freeman & White on cream, Stieg #P10a. $15 p.12. 1773 *** A 1889 UPU 2d violet on uncoated buff, Stieg #P11. $8 1774 *** A1890 QV New Design 1d orange-brown, setting A last line VICTORIA | Barred Numerals 84½mm long, Stieg #P13, minor faults. $10 1812 * B A1 2: 3rd type (A2b) on 1d Emblems x2 (1 damaged) on local outer 1891 QV Universal Postal Union 1½d red on 2d violet, Stieg 1775 *** A with poor backstamp. Allocated to Geelong-PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by #P14, 69mm opt. $15 Geelong Business Centre BC 22/7/1994. 1776 *** A1895 Beer & Baccy 1d dark blue on cream Advertising card, 1813 S A A2 7: (2 sidebars) on 2d violet. [Rated R - a similar copy realised Stieg #P18, minor adherence on reverse. $30 $70 in auction 37] Allocated to Creswick’s Creek-PO 1/9/1854; 1899 1d Brick Red to Rose Red on Cream last line 86½ mm, 1777 *** Arenamed Creswick PO c.1857; LPO 14/10/1994. Stieg #P19, minor thin. $25 1814 S A A2 8: 1st Type on 4d Beaded Oval. Allocated to Portland-PO 4/12/1841. 1778 *** A1900 Federation 1d sepia on cream, Stieg #P25. $10 1815 S A A2 12: 2nd type (1 sidebar) on on 2d violet Naish. Allocated to Port 1779 *** A - 1d orange, Stieg #P25c $15 Albert-Renamed from Alberton PO 1/1/1856; LPO 9/11/1993. 1816 S A A2 46: ‘46’ 2nd Type (no sidebars) on 2d sepia. [Rated R] Allocated VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards to Hamilton-Renamed from The Grange PO 1/1/1854. 1892 Reading 1d rose on gray, Stieg #A3. 1780 *** A $30 1817 S A B2 49: ‘49’ (A2) on 1d Netted Corners pair. [Rated R] Allocated to 1781 *** A 1885 2d Overprint 1d rose on pale greenish grey, overprinted Heathcote-Renamed from McIvor PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/3/1998. ‘PRICE: TWO PENCE’ in blue, Stieg #A7a. $10 1818 S A A2 54: ‘54’ 2nd Type (no sidebars) on 2d Bell on green paper (SG 1782 *V A1901 2d New Design QV rose on very pale gray, Stieg #A14, #199 Cat $28). Allocated to Kilmore-PO 1/2/1843; LPO 3/5/1999. CTO of SE23/01, mild fading from light exposure. $15 1911 One Penny on 2d QV Rose Stieg #A16. 1783 *** A $30 1819 S B A2 56: 2nd Type (1 sidebar) on 2d DLR (aged). Allocated to Keilor-PO VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1784 *** A 1886 New Colour 2d blue-violet size a, Stieg #B4. - 2d red-violet size a, Stieg #B5. 1785 *** A 1786 *** A1890 1d Embossed QV With Stamp Duty in Design 1d orange-brown, Stieg #B7, odd mild spot. 1892 QV Embossed 1d carmine, Stieg #B9. 1787 *** A 1901 QV With Stamp Duty Removed 2d violet, Stieg #B15a. 1788 *** A 1789 *F A - 2d violet on white, knife T8, CTO, Stieg #B15d. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1886 QV Stamp Duty in Die 1d green on white stock, Stieg 1790 *** A #KB8. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Franks Chief Secretary: 6th Die handstamped in violet on 1791 *F B Commonwealth of Australia, Department of External Affairs envelope, cancelled 26.4.02 at Melbourne, to Kogarah NSW, some toning. 1792 *F A Postmaster General: 1898 use of long OHMS General Post Office envelope with Melbourne cds 18Nov 98. Solicitor General: long envelope to Yarrawonga with Frank 1793 *F B cancelled by fine strike of MC/96 tied by unframed Tungamah of DE4/01, few minor faults. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1794 *** A 1888 4d Embossed Text in Upper and Lower Case size type b, Stieg #C4b. 1795 *** A 1893 3d Rose-Red Embossed on Cream Watermarked Stock Stieg #C8c.

$20 $20 $10 $35 $25 $50 $25

$30 $45 $55

1820 S A A2 1821 S A A2

$65 $40

$30 $50

$10 $16

$15

$10

$50 $5 $8 $4 $20

$20

$25 $30 $6 $10 $15 $20 $25

c.-/2/1855; closed 13/2/1981.

$15

to Murchison-Replaced Warranga PO 19/1/1855; LPO 3/2/1995.

$30

Pentridge-PO 1/8/1852; renamed Coburg PO 22/1/1870.

$12

63: 2nd type (single side-bars) on 2d DLR. [Rated RR] Allocated

1823 * A B1 1824 S B A2

72: double-circle duplex ‘SALE/PM/4/24.6.07/VICTORIA - 72’ on pair 1d pink on cover. 77: on 2d sepia (trimmed perfs). [Rated R] Allocated to

1825 S A A2

78: 3rd type (large spaced figures) on 2d DLR. [Rated SS]

1826 S A B2-

- unframed ‘ST KILDA/27JY/67/VICTORIA - 78’ (2nd duplex), two overlapping part-strikes on 2d Laureate wmk ‘6’. [Rated R], with no frame at base. 79: 2nd Type (no sidebars) on 2d Bell. [Rated R] Allocated to

$10

Campbellfield-PO 1/6/1856; closed 1/4/1893.

$15

Allocated to St. Kilda-PO 1/4/1853; closed 1/7/1858; closed 2/2/2001.

$10 $20

Streatham-Renamed from Fiery Creek PO 1/1/1854; LPO 1/3/1994.

$15

Renamed from Ovens PO 1/1/1854.

$40

replaced by Ararat PO 31/8/1857.

$10

1828 S A A2

82: ‘82’ 4th Type (large thick figures) on ½d green Stamp Duty. [Rated RR - but was rated RRRR] Allocated to Wangaratta-

1829 S A A2

93: Type A2 on 1d Laureate. Allocated to Cathcart-PO 1/2/1856;

1831 S A A2

$25

$15

59: ‘59’ 2nd type on 2d Bell. [Rated R] Allocated to Lockwood-PO

67: 3rd type (single sidebars) on 1d Bell. [Rated R] Allocated to

1830 S A B2

$60 $35

2/3/1854; LPO 29/3/1993.

1822 S A B2

1827 S A A2

$60

97: 1st Type on 4d Beaded Oval. 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. 100: 2nd type (no sidebars) on 2d Sepia. [Rated S] Allocated to Carisbrook-PO 1/11/1855; LPO 4/1/1994.

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1832 S B B2

109: on 1d Laureate. Allocated to Taradale-PO 1/3/1856; LPO 31/10/

1833 S A A2-

152: light 1st Type on 4d Beaded Oval. Allocated to Pleasant Creek-

1834 S A B3-

230: 2nd Type (no sidebars) on ½d green Stamp Duty. [Rated R] Allocated to Indigo-PO 6/11/1858; closed 31/8/1970. 239: 1st type on 1d Bell. Allocated to Dunolly-Renamed from

1835 D A A11836 S A A2 1837 S A A2 1838 S A B2 1839 S A B2

1994.

PO 19/10/1857; renamed Stawell PO c.-/6/1861; renamed Stawell West PO 1/7/1870; LPO 30/6/1994.

Bullarook-PO 1/3/1861; closed 31/12/1973.

$12

1878 D A1+

342: 2nd type (10mm high) on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to 348: Type 2 (figures 12mm high) of Alma on ‘POSTAGE’ 3d. [Rated RR] Allocated to Alma-PO 1/7/1861; TO 31/10/1959; closed

30/4/1969.

349: ‘349’ 2nd type on 1d brown. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Green

Hill-PO 1/7/1861; replaced by Green Hills R.S. PO 1/4/1891; renamed Green Hill PO c.1904; closed 31/8/1962. 400: ‘400’ 1st type on 2d mauve Naish. [Rated SS] Allocated to Hoddle’s Creek-Replaced Launching Place PO 13/9/1869; renamed Warburton PO 1/11/1874; renamed Hoddle’s Creek PO 1/1/1879; closed 30/9/1967.

1849 S A A2 1850 S A A2 1851 * A A2 1852 S A A3 1853 D A A1 1854 S A- A2 1855 S A A21856 S A A2 1857 D A A2 1858 S A B2 1859 S A A21860 S A B2

1863 D A B2 1864 D A A1 1865 D A B1 1866 D A A1 1867 D B B2 1868 D A A1 1869 D A B1 1870 * A- A1 1871 * B A11872 * A C2 1873 D A A1

1881 S A A2 1882 D A B2

closed 7/12/1968.

$12

1884 D A A2

11/9/1865; closed 8/11/1974.

$20 $15 $25 $15 $10

1888 * B B1 1889 D A A2

$6

1890 D A1+

Allocated to Toolamba-PO 1/1/1873; closed 31/7/1881. 898: on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Warrion-PO 24/8/1875; closed 7/5/1976.

$12

1891 D A A1

$15

1892 D A A2

Noradjuha-PO 24/10/1877; closed 18/1/1985. 1091: ‘M91’ on 2d sepia. [Rated S] Allocated to Numurkah-PO 2/11/ 1878. 1134: ‘MC/34’ on 1d brown. [Rated R] Allocated to Caralulup-PO 21/7/1879; TO 1/7/1941; closed 13/12/1954. 1211: ‘MCC/11’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Nhill-PO 1/1/1881; LPO 22/7/1997. 1246: light ‘MCC/46’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Yarroweyah-PO 1/1/1882; renamed Yarroweyah South PO 9/4/1888; Reallocated to Yarroweyah PO 5/3/1888; closed 13/2/1976. 1283: ‘MCC/83’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Gembrook SouthPO 16/6/1882; renamed Pakenham Upper PO 17/6/1913.

$20

1893 D A1

Allocated to Mirranatwa-PO 1/9/1882; TO 1/1/1951; closed 4/7/1952. 1337: ‘MCCC/37’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Kinglake-PO 14/5/1883; LPO 1/10/1993. 1663: light strike in violet on 1d brown. Allocated to Wahring R.S.PO 1/11/1888; renamed Wahring PO 18/10/1909. 1775: ‘[1]775’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Koonwarra-PO 16/8/1890; LPO 28/3/1994.

$15

793: 2nd type (numbers 9mm high) on 1d brown. [Rated SS]

1023: ‘M23’ on 1d pink pair on cover, tied by unframed ‘NORAD[JUHA]/OC24/07/VICTORIA’ (A2). [Rated S] Allocated to

1295: ‘MCC/95’ on 1d pink tied with unframed ‘[MIRR]ANATWA’.

closed 9/3/1967.

Abbotsford: recut ‘ABBOTSFORD/3NO40/VIC’ (large year wheel) on 2d red AIF. [Rated R] PO 9/1/1888; LPO 4/1/2000. - ‘PAID AT ABBOTSFORD/1-½16DE47/VIC.’ in black on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] - violet ‘POSTMASTER/7APR1989/417-3170/ABBOTSFORD. VIC. 3067’ (LRD) on 1c Living Together. [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us] Acheron (2): ‘ACHERON/7SE49/VIC’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated S] Renamed from Acheron Lower PO 1/7/1894; closed 1/8/1974. Addington (2): ‘ADDINGTON/2JA51/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI and ½d Roo. [Rated R] Renamed from Addington R.S. PO c.1910; closed 31/1/1967.

Adelaide Lead: ‘ADELAIDE LEAD/16SP49/VIC’ on 2½d Lawson (slight toning). [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1864; closed 23/8/1957. Agnes: ‘AGNES/1?JA48/VIC.’ on 2½d Shortland. [Rated R] RO

$5

1894 * A B1

$20

1895 D A1+

$4

1897 S A A2

$6

1898 D B2 1899 D A A1

$5 $15

1901 D A B2 1902 D B2

$15

1904 D A A2

$10

1905 D B B2

$15 1906 D A B2 $60 $5 $10 $40 $15

RH 26/11/1883; PO c.-/1/1884.

$20

- ‘ALBERT PARK/10AU59/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #100A - arcs 2½,2) on telegram. [Rated RRR] - ‘ALBERT PARK/17OC66/1/VIC-AUST’, WWW #150 (A1 backstamp) on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. - ‘[M].O.ALBERT PARK/21FE78/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 18c Flower and $2 Painting on cover with blue registration label and ‘AIR MAIL’ label sent to Canberra. - violet double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/5AUG1988/ALBERT PARK VIC. 3206’ (ERD) on 1c Living Together.

1900 D A A2

1903 D A1

28/12/1915; PO c.1924; closed 31/8/1960.

Albert Park: ‘ALBERT PARK/5JL47/VIC.’ (arcs 4,3) on 2½d red and 3d brown KGVI on piece. [Rated RR - the first offered by us]

1896 D A B2

$6

$5

$30

1907 D A A1 1908 * A 1909 D A A11910 D A A1 1911 D A1

1976.

Alberton (2): ‘ALBERTON/29JE31/VICTORIA’ on 2d red Kingsford Smith. PO 10/1/1856; LPO 1/7/1994. Alexandra: ‘ALEXANDRA/20DE15/VIC’ (arcs 5,4½) on ½d green KGV pair. Renamed from Redgate PO 24/4/1867; LPO 1/12/ 1997.

- ‘PAID AT ALEXANDRA/1-MR71/VIC-AUST’ in red ink. [Rated RR] - violet ‘POSTAL MANAGER/22FEB1996/ALEXANDRA, VIC. 3714’ (ERD). [The first offered by us] Alfredton: ‘ALFREDTON/20OC80/VIC.’ in violet on 5c Bird. PO 1/8/1868; LPO 19/8/1993.

Allan’s Flat: ‘ALLAN’S FLAT/23MR57/VIC’ on 4d Koala. [Rated S] PO 26/10/1876; closed 30/6/1975. Allendale (2): framed ‘ALLENDALE/NO10/24/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Allandale PO c.1893; closed 22/2/1974. Allestree: ‘ALLESTREE/4AU65/VIC’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated RR] Renamed from Bolwarra RO 9/8/1907; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/

1971.

Almurta: ‘ALMURTA/3OC25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. RO 22/12/

1910; PO 21/4/1914, provisionally closed 16/4/1969; closed 7/7/1969.

c.1921.

- ‘ALTONA/13JY68/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40B on 25c Registration Envelope #R48, Registration Label has ‘W.18’ obliterated, opened-out. - ‘ALTONA M.O./4MY88/VIC AUST 3018’ (LRD - dateline centred) on 1c Lizard. [Rated RR] - violet double-circle ‘Postal Manager/18DEC1995/PH: 398 2809/Altona Vic. 3018 (3)’ (LRD). [The first offered by us] Altona Gate: ‘RELIEF/19FE86/85/VIC-AUST’ on 10c Butterfly. Replaced Beevers PO 8/2/1986; LPO 30/7/1993.

Altona North (1): ‘ALTONA NORTH W.18/18AP64/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII and 2/- Flower. [Rated RR] PO 11/4/1960; renamed

Beevers PO 28/2/1966.

Altona North (2): ‘PAID AT ALTONA NORTH ___/24JE77/VICAUST’ (‘W.21’ removed) in red. [Rated R] PO 1/3/1966. - ‘ALTONA NORTH/PAID/5P 4JU’91/VIC-AUST-3052’ WWW #630A, in red on long cover. - violet double-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/20DEC1995/PH: 391 3706/ALTONA NTH. VIC. 3025 (3)’ (LRD). [The first time offered by us] Alvie: ‘ALVIE/20JA26/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 27/6/1894; closed

31/10/1978.

Amherst: framed ‘AMHERST/1”9”JE/23/VICTORIA’ on 1½d green KGV. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1856; closed 31/5/1963. - ‘AMHERST/20MR41/VIC.’. [Rated RR] Amphitheatre: ‘AMPHITHEATRE/8SE47/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 22/6/1859; LPO 16/10/1993. Ancona: ‘ANCONA/25NO59/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Ancorna PO c.-/6/1907; closed 1/7/1968. Anderson: ‘ANDERSON/2??57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Koala. [Rated RR] Renamed from Anderson R.S. PO 24/3/1955, provisionally closed

1916 D A A1

$15

1917 * B A2

$8 $5 $4 $20 $60 $5 $6 $8 $20 $8 $8 $20 $10 $5 $10 $30 $40 $6 $20 $6 $5 $40 $5 $10 $40 $6 $50

23/7/1971; closed 30/11/1971.

$20

TO 31/5/1921; PO 31/3/1936; renamed Anderson PO 24/3/1955.

$25

20/6/1994.

$40

Anderson R.S.: ‘ANDERSON R.S/14AU37/VIC.’. [Rated RR] Anglesea: ‘ANGLESEA/PAID/30MY86/VIC-AUST-3230’ (LRD) in violet. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Anglesea River PO 1/3/1950; LPO

Anglesea River: ‘ANGLESEA RIVER/13JA44/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] PO 16/4/1886; renamed Anglesea PO 28/2/1950. Angustown: ‘ANGUSTOWN/11JE34/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV and part 3d blue KGV. [Rated R] PO 1/8/1891; RO 15/4/1918; PO 1/7/

1927, provisionally closed 8/4/1960; closed 18/4/1960.

Annuello: ‘ANNUELLO/2MR37/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] RO 15/4/1921; PO 9/4/1923; closed 31/5/1976.

- ‘ANNUELLO/25JA63/VIC-AUST’ on 1d purple QEII. [Rated S] Apollo Bay: Black & white PPC ‘Collingwood Street, Apollo Bay Vic’, real photo, unused. Renamed from Krambruk PO 2/5/1898; LPO

28/7/1995.

- framed ‘APOLLO BAY/FE2/20/VICTORIA’ on 1½d brown KGV. - ‘APOLLO BAY/10JE26/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. - ‘APOLLO BAY/PAID/5P4AU82/VIC-AUST-3233’ in red. [Rated RR - the first offered by us] 1912 D A A1+ - violet ‘POSTAL MANAGER/4JUN1990/APOLLO BAY 3233’ (ERD) on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us] 1913 D A A2 Appin Park: ‘APPIN PARK/11 15NO75/VIC-AUS[T]’ on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR] PO 1/10/1960; LPO 31/3/1994. 1914 D A B1 Appin South: ‘APPIN SOUTH/13DE54/VIC’ on 3½d red QEII. [Rated R] RO 17/6/1913; PO 11/8/1916; closed 30/6/1970. 1915 D A A1 Apsley: ‘APSLEY/16OC34/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from

$6

$40

Albert Park South: ‘ALBERT PARK SOUTH SC6/1OC64/VICAUST’ backstamp on piece. [Rated RR] PO 1/11/1947; closed 13/8/

Alphington: ‘ALPHINGTON/21NO63/VIC’ (cds recut) on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] PO 2/2/1858; LPO 30/10/1993. 1885 * A B2 - ‘[AL]PHINGTON /18FE81/VIC-AUST’ (N.20 removed) on 22c and 55c Sporting Personalities on cover with ‘CERTIFIED MAIL’ (28x60mm) label. 1886 * A- B1 - ‘ALPHINGTON/PAID/4PM15SE86/VIC-AUST-3078’ in red on small window faced Bentons Camera & Video cover (some gum flap toning). 1887 D A A1+ Altona: ‘ALTONA/7NO75/VIC’ on 4c red QEII. RO 14/1/1918; PO

$10

VICTORIA | Datestamps 1861 D A B1 A.1 Mine Settlement: ‘A.1.MINE SETTLEMENT/12MY39/ VIC·AUST’ on 2d red KGVI. [Rated S] RO 1/7/1910; PO 1/7/1917; 1862 D A A1

$75

1880 D A A2

1883 D A B1

564: on 2d Bell. [Rated R] Allocated to Stony Creek-PO 5/9/1866; renamed Durdidwarrah PO 26/4/1870; RO c.1908; closed 17/10/1919. 577: ‘577’ 1st Type on 2d sepia. [Rated RR] Allocated to Avon Plains-PO 14/1/1862; closed 28/2/1976. 584: ‘584’ on 2d sepia. [Rated R] Allocated to Ulupna West-PO 1/1/ 1867; renamed Yielima PO c.-/11/1878; Re-allocated to Ulupna West PO c.-/11/1878; RO 10/11/1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/6/1942. 587: 2nd type (numerals 11½mm high) on 2d sepia. Allocated to Cobden-PO 5/1/1867; LPO 6/11/1997. 612: on ½d pink Bantam pair. Allocated to Corop-PO 1/1/1868; LPO 30/5/1994. 777: ‘777’ on 2d sepia. Allocated to Colbinabbin-PO 9/8/1872; closed 31/12/1943.

1848 S A B2

$30

1879 D A A1

$15 $40

1843 S A A2

1847 S A A2

1876 S A A2 1877 D B1

533: 2nd type on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Strangways-PO

1846 S A B2

$15

1875 D A A1

$4

1842 S A B2

1845 D A A2

$10

1874 D B2

Goldborough PO 5/1/1859; LPO 20/10/1994.

1840 S A A2+ - 2nd type (tall spaced figures) on 2d sepia. [Rated RR] 1841 S A B2 499: ‘499’ on 1d Bell. [Rated R] Allocated to Kirkstall-PO 16/1/1865;

1844 S A B2

$4

Lake Wallace PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/5/1994.

Ararat: double-circle ‘ARARAT/AU28/08/VIC’ (arcs 4,4) on 1d pink pair. Replaced Cathcart PO 31/8/1857. - ‘ARARAT/21JA26/VIC.’ on 1½d red KGV on Housen’s Richmond Hotel/PORTLAND front (slight toning & slightly reduced).

$10 $10 $6 $6 $10 $6 $5 $15 $40 $8 $10 $5 $5 $8


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1918 * B A2 1919 D B2 1920 D B A2 1921 D A A1 1922 D A B1 1923 D A A1 1924 D A B2 1925 S A A2 1926 D A B1 1927 D A A1 1928 S A A21929 D A B1 1930 * A B2 1931 D A B1 1932 D A B2 1933 D A B1 1934 D A B2 1935 S B B2 1936 D A B1 1937 * A B2

1938 D A A1 1939 D A B1 1940 D A A2 1941 D A A2 1942 D A B2

‘ARARAT/30NO67/VIC-AUST’,

WWW #200B (arcs 4½,4) on 1c on 24c Registration Envelope #R47, opened-out. - 28mm ‘MONEY ORDER/5OCT36/ARARAT’. [Rated RR] - ‘ARARAT/M.O.O./5P29SE88/VIC 3377’ (Only recorded date) on half of a 1c Living Together. [Rated RRRR] - violet double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/29SEP1988/ARARAT VIC. 3377.’ (ERD) on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us] Ararat East: ‘ARARAT EAST/19NO63/VIC-AUST’ on 5d green QEII. [Rated S] PO 1/6/1962; LPO 1/6/1994; closed 20/3/1998. Ararat North: ‘ARARAT NORTH/13NO78/VIC-AUST’ on 20c Horse Racing. [Rated R] PO 1/3/1957; closed 31/5/1983. Ararat South: ‘ARARAT SOUTH/21OC65/VIC-AUST’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated RRR] PO 1/4/1958; closed 29/11/1985. Arcadia (2): unframed ‘ARCADIA RY STN/AP18/08/VIC’ on 1d pink. Renamed from Arcadia R.S. PO c.1902; closed 30/4/1993. Archdale: ‘ARCHDALE/22MY57/VIC’ on 4d QEII. [Rated R] PO

1/10/1878; closed 31/12/1961.

Archerton: ‘ARCHERTON/29MR44/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 1/4/1895; RO 15/10/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/ 1965.

Archie’s Creek: light framed ‘ARCHIE’S C[RE]EK/JA21/21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated S] PO 17/11/1899; closed 8/8/1986. - ‘ARCHIES CREEK/27SE46/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. - ‘ARCHIES CREEK/22NO69/VIC’ on 5c blue QEII on ARCHIE’S CREEK DAIRY PRODUCE CO. LTD. cover. Ardeer: ‘ARDEER/10JY59/VIC-AUST’ on 4d red QEII. [Rated S] PO 1/12/1953; closed 16/2/1979. Ardno: ‘ARDNO/10SE35/VIC’ on 2d red ANZAC. [Rated RR] PO

Renamed from Katyil West RO 25/2/1912; PO 19/3/1917; closed 14/5/ 1976.

Armadale: ‘ARMADALE/10FE32/VICTORIA’ on 1d green KGV. PO 2/10/1884; LPO 14/2/1994.

- ‘ARMADALE S.E.3/23OC62/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,2 - A1 backstamp and NORTH SYDNEY/24OC62/N.S.W. backstamp) on 2/- Flower on Business Reply Post envelope with blue registration label and ‘BY AIR MAIL’ label. [Rated RR] - violet double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/4AUG1988/PHONE/ 509 1035/ARMADALE VIC. 3143’ on 1c Lizard. [Rated RR - the first offered by us] Armstrong’s (3): ‘ARMSTRONGS/20NO56/VIC.’ on 4d Olympics. [Rated R] TO c.1913; PO c.1917; closed 23/11/1973. - ‘ARMSTRONG’S/21NO64/VIC-AUST’ on 5d green QEII. [Rated R] Armytage: ‘ARMYTAGE/29JE32/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] RO 18/10/1911; PO 22/4/1914; closed 10/12/1956.

Arnold: ‘ARNOLD /11SE33/VIC’ (‘R.S.’ poorly removed) on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Arnold R.S. PO 23/6/1924;

closed 20/1/1989.

Arthur’s Creek: ‘ARTHUR’S CREEK/17JL31/VIC’. on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] PO 7/10/1889; closed 31/1/1972. Arundel (1): ‘ARUNDEL/26MR41/VIC.’ (arcs 5½,6½). [Rated RR] PO 12/8/1879; renamed Laang PO 10/2/1945. Ascot: ‘ASCOT/2SE46/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] PO

1948 * A B2 1949 D A1+ 1950 D A1 1951 D A1

1952 D A A2 1953 D A A2 1954 * A- A1 1955 D A1 1956 D A A1 1957 D A1 1958 D A B1

Arnold PO 21/6/1924.

11/10/1858; closed 29/11/1969.

Ascot Vale: ‘ASCOT VALE W.2/18FE65/VIC-AUST’ WWW #130A (arcs 7,7) 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/19JE78/VIC-3032’ on 50c Mount Buffalo on 18c QEII envelope with green ‘CERTIFIED MAIL’ (26x57mm) label. [Rated S] - rectangle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/26FEB1996/PH: 370 7263/ ASCOT VALE 3032’ (49x32mm). [Recorded Oct 1994 - Jan 1997, the first offered by us] Ascot Vale Central: ‘ASCOT VALE CENTRAL VIC. 3032/ 24SEP1996/POSTAL AGENCY’ (LRD - dateline inverted as always). [The first offered by us] PO 1/6/1946; LPO 4/11/1993. Ascot Vale R.A.A.F. P.O.: violet broken-rectangle ‘R.A.A.F./ ASCOT VALE, W.2/17SEP1942/VIC, AUST.’ (26x28mm) on piece. [Rated RR] Renamed from Showgrounds, Melbourne R.A.A.F. P.O. PO 14/4/1942; closed 30/3/1946.

Ascot Vale West (2): ‘ASCOT VALE WEST W.2/3FE65/VIC.’ on 5d green QEII. [Rated RR] PO 18/11/1935; closed 30/6/1973. Ashburton: ‘ASHBURTON/1OC37/VIC’ on 2d & 3d NSW Sesquicentenary first day piece. [Rated R] PO 15/12/1927. - ‘ASHBURTON/12DE61/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A, on 2/5d on registered cover with blue Registration Label. [Rated RR] - red double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/29SEP1994/ ASHBURTON VIC. 3147’ (ERD - tel. no. removed). [The first offered by us] Athlone: ‘ATHLONE/8MY58/VIC’ on 4d QEII. [Rated S]

1964 D B1

$40

1965 * C

$6 $10 $20 $5 $5 $8 $6

$30 $20 $5

1966 * B A2 1967 * A 1968 * A 1969 * A1970 * A A1 1971 * A- B1

1972 S A- A2 1973 * B B1 1974 * A A1 1975 D A B2

$20

1976 * A

$20

1977 * A A2

$20 $8 $15 $25 $15

1978 * A 1979 * A A1 1980 * A A1 1981 D A A2

$12

1982 * A B2

$30

1983 D C1

$8

$12 $15 $40 $30

$25 $12

1984 * B 1985 D A A1 1986 * A B1

1987 D B1 1988 * A B2 1989 D A A1 1990 S A B2

$8

1991 D B B2

$16

1992 D A A1

$60

1993 * A B1

$10

1893; PO c.1902; LPO 13/9/1993.

$20

Auburn South: ‘AUBURN SOUTH/8AU67/VIC’ on 4c red QEII. [Rated S] RO c.-/10/1923; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 1/7/1993.

1961 D A A1

$8

Renamed from Lindermann’s RO c.-/3/1912; PO 26/5/1919; closed 18/12/ 1963.

Auburn: ‘AUBURN/PAID/29SE94/VIC-AUST-3123’ (time removed and date moved to left) in black. [The first offered by us] RH 10/4/

1960 D C A1

$6

$10

Argyle Street: ‘ARGYLE ST. W.12/2AU48/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d Farrer. [Rated RR] PO 1/9/1937; closed 11/4/1953. Arkona: ‘ARKONA/9DE23/VIC’ on 1½d green KGV. [Rated RR]

1959 D A1

1962 D A1 1963 D A1

PO 1/10/1880; closed 30/6/1981.

1944 D A A1

1947 * A A1-

$40

$40

Areegra: ‘AREEGRA/11NO55/VIC’ on 3½d YMCA. [Rated S]

Arnold R.S.: ‘ARNOLD R.S./16FE21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Arnold’s Bridge PO 20/9/1909; renamed

1946 D A A1

$40

1/9/1889; closed 31/12/1956.

1943 S A B2

1945 D B2

$8 $30

$5

1994 D A B2 1995 D A A2

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Australian Jamboree, Frankston: ‘AUST.JAMBOREE FRANKSTON/24DE34/VIC.’ (arcs 1,1½) on piece. [Rated RRR]

PO 24/12/1934; closed 12/1/1935.

Avenel: ‘AVENEL/30MAY36/VIC.’ (arcs 10,9), cut-to-shape through stamp. [Rated R] PO 2/6/1858; LPO 1/10/1993. Avoca: ‘AVOCA/19AU36/VIC’ (arcs 5½,5½) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/9/1854; LPO 30/11/1995.

- ‘PAID AT AVOCA/5D-15AP54/VIC.’. [Rated RR] - ‘POSTMASTER/11APR1988/AVOCA, VIC. 3467’ in black. [LRD - Rated RRR] Bacchus Marsh: ‘RELIEF/11DE78/66/VIC-AUST’. [Used 24/7/ 1978-11/5/1979.] Renamed from Ballan PO 1/7/1850. Bairnsdale: Bulmer black & white Giant-Card PPC of ‘HARPER’S BAY, GIPPSLAND LAKES.’, creased at top, unused. Renamed from Lucknow PO 3/4/1862. Balaclava: ‘BALACLAVA S.16./27NO61/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (arcs 1½,1½) on 2/5d Registration Envelope. [Rated RRR] PO 5/7/1909.

Ballarat: multi-coloured PPC ‘View in the Water Reserves Ballarat’, unusual night scene, used. PO 1/11/1851. - multi-coloured glitter PPC ‘Botanical Gardens, Ballarat’, used in 1907. - multi-coloured PPC ‘Through “Fairyland”, Lake Wendouree, Ballarat’. - ‘SOVEREIGN HILL GOLD MINING TOWNSHIP/19SEP1972/ [tower]/BALLARAT 3350’ on 7c Sturt’s Desert Pea on unaddressed APO Illustrated Souvenir Cover. Bandiana Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. BANDIANA/11JE45/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,1½), WWW #40A, on 4d Koala with 1d purple-brown QM x3 on ACF air cover to Ultimo, NSW, with blue C6 registration label & boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (A1-) in purple, some edge wear PO 28/9/1942;

LPO 4/3/1994.

Barnawartha: 24mm unframed ‘BA[RNAW]ARTHA/SE23/95/ VICTORIA’ on 2d violet. PO 1/8/1860; LPO 1/7/1994. - ‘BARNAWARTHA/7JA52/VIC’ on ½d & 3d KGVI. Barwon Heads (2): ‘BARWON HEADS/2JUN1995/VIC. 3227’ WWW #60 (9DL), on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 23/7/1890; LPO 11/2/1994. Bayles: 26½mm ‘BAYLES/4FE24/VIC.’ WWW #10 on 1½d green KGV. [Rated RR] RO 5/9/1921; PO c.-/12/1923; LPO 1/7/1993. Beechworth: Black & white PPC ‘Reid’s Creek Falls, Beechworth Vic’, real photo, unused. Renamed from Spring Creek PO 1/1/1854.

Benambra: double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/28MAY1997/VIC 3900/BENAMBRA’ WWW #40 on 45c Alexandra Date Stamps of Giplpsland Region cover. PO 16/6/1886; LPO 29/6/1994. Bendigo: unused multi-coloured PPC ‘Bendigo Gardens’.

Renamed from Sandhurst PO c.-/6/1891; replaced by Bendigo Central PO c.-/8/1996.

- ‘BENDIGO/11JY61/5/VIC-AUST’, WWW #270 (A1+ backstamp) on 2/5d Banksia on cover with blue registration label. Berwick: 30½mm ‘BERWICK/22JAN1999/VIC 3806’ WWW #124, on 45c on Alexander Counter Date Stamps of Victoria cover. PO 18/9/1858. Betley: ‘BETLEY/20MR57/VIC’ on 4d Olympics (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] Renamed from Middle Bridge PO 1/8/1910; closed 31/10/

1975.

Beverford: ‘[B]EVERFORD/5JA52/VIC’ on 3½d KGVI. [Rated S] RO 23/7/1923; PO 1/7/1926; LPO 1/9/1994. Black Rock (2): ‘PAID AT BLACK ROCK S.9/ 15SE64/VICAUST’, WWW #310B (price turned off) in red. [Rated RRR] RO 10/4/1922; PO c.1924; LPO 1/12/1997.

Bolwarrah: blue registration label on 1961 cover with illegible datestamp. Renamed from Bolwarra PO c.1902; closed 30/10/1971. Bonegilla Commonwealth Immigration Camp: ‘C.I.C. BONEGILLA/21OC69/VIC- AUST’, WWW #10B (arcs 2,1) on QE 2c. [Now rated RRRR] PO c.1948; closed 17/3/1971. Bonegilla Mil. P.O. (1): 30mm ‘MIL.P.O. BONEGILLA/18NO43/ VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp), WWW #20, on 4d Koala on ACF cover to Adelaide, SA, with blue C6 registration label & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/852’ (A1-) in blue. Bonegilla Mil. P.O. (2): ‘RELIEF/5MY83/74/VIC-AUST’. [Used 1/3/1984-2/6/1983.] PO 1/3/1983; LPO 17/1/1994; closed 29/5/1998. Boronia: ‘BORONIA/20AP60/VIC-AU[ST]’, WWW #20B (arcs 5½,5), on 2/5d Banksia on cover with blue registration label. RO

$60 $10 $5 $15 $40 $4 $25 $30 $12 $8 $10 $12

$25 $5 $4 $6 $20 $7 $6 $6 $10 $6 $6 $10 $20 $5 $80

$30 $4

1/10/1920; PO 15/5/1922.

$6

RO 6/4/1923; PO c.1925; LPO 31/8/1994.

$5

1884; closed 23/12/1981.

$5

Boundary Bend: ‘BOUNDARY BEND/25FE58/VIC.’ on 4d QEII. Bowenvale: 4 part strikes of framed ‘BOWENVALE/MR3/05/ VIC’ on 1d pink perf ‘OS’ strip of 4. Renamed from Timor PO 21/1/ - ‘BOWENVALE/29JE72/VIC-3465’, WWW #50A on 7c (trimmed). [Rated R] Box Hill: ‘BOX HILL E.11/25JY58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (arcs 2½,2) on 1/7d. [Rated RRR] PO 1/2/1861; replaced by Box Hill Business Centre BC c.-/10/1991.

- ‘BOX HILL E.11/27JE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (A1 backstamp, arcs 2½,2), on 1/- lyrebird, 4d claret QEII & 3d green QEII, on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label [Rated RRR] Boxwood: ‘BOXWOOD/22MR57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30A on 4d (cut-to-shape). [Rated R] PO 21/11/1890; closed 30/1/1976. - ‘BOXWOOD/27MY58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30A on 4d. [Rated R]

$5 $25

$20 $10 $15


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Braybrook (1): light ‘BRAYBROOK/[?]30/VIC’ on 1½d Sturt. [Rated RR] PO 1/12/1860; closed 25/3/1955. Braybrook (2): ‘BR[AYBRO]OK W.19/25JY58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A (A1 backstamp) on 1/7d on registered cover with blue Registration Label. [Rated R] PO 5/6/1956; LPO 21/10/1993. - ‘BRAYBROOK W.19/8AP57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30A (arcs 5,7) on 3½d pair & 1/- Olympics on cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR] Brighton: tinted PPC of ‘BRIGHTON FROM THE PIER’, slightly grubby, used. PO 19/4/1853. - ‘BRIGHTON S.5/22MY62/VIC-AUST’, WWW #170A (arcs 5½,4) on 5d blue x2. [Rated RR] Broadford: ‘BROADF[OR]D/10OC57/VIC’, WWW #60 (arcs 5½,5), on 1/7d on registered cover with blue Registration Label. PO 1/7/1852; LPO 29/6/1998.

- BROADFORD/No.2/25JUN1998/VICT 3658’ (sic) WWW #150, on 45c on Alexander closure of Corporate Post Office cover. Broadmeadows Military Camp (3): ‘BROADMEADOWS MILITARY CAMP/26JY45/VIC·AUST’, WWW #10, on 5½d brown KGVI Registration Envelope with blue C6 registration label to Geelong, also bearing boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (B1) in blue-black PO 2/9/ 1940; renamed Broadmeadows Mil. P.O. PO 2/9/1957.

Brunswick: ‘BRUNSWICK/21JA35/VIC.’, WWW #130 (arcs 4,4) on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1854. Brunswick East: ‘RELIEF STAMP 1/27OC54/VIC’ on 3½d Railway. RH 13/1/1888; PO c.1902; LPO 20/9/1993. - ‘BRUNSWICK EAST/18MR66/VIC’, WWW #20B on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. [Rated R] - ‘BRUNSWICK EAST/28AU67/VIC’, WWW #20B on 24c Registration Envelope #R47, opened-out. [Rated R] Brunswick North: ‘BRUNSWICK NORTH N.10/21JY56/ VIC·AUST’, WWW #10A on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RRR] PO 3/10/1949; LPO 31/7/1993. - ‘BRUNSWICK NORTH N.10/17FE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A (B1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRR] Buckrabanyule (2): ‘BUCKRABANYULE/1OC47/VIC’, WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Buckrabanyule R.S. PO c.1902; closed 30/6/1992.

‘BUCKRABANYULE/6DE72/VIC-3522’,

WWW #30 on 7c Hughes. [Rated RRR] Bungaree: unframed ‘[BU]NGAREE/19OC/14/[V]ICTORIA’ on 1d roo marginal single. PO 1/8/1863; LPO 1/6/1994. Burke’s Flat: ‘BURKES FLAT/15FE62/VIC.’ on 5d Xmas. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1868; closed 28/2/1967. Burnley: ‘BURNLEY/2OC47/VIC’, WWW #20A on 2½d Shortland. [Rated S] RH 21/3/1887; PO c.1893; LPO 24/5/1993. Bylands: ‘BYLANDS/22FE85/VIC-3600’ (Last day of old postcode) & ‘BYLANDS/10-25FE85/VIC 3762’ (first day of new postcode) on 1c on unaddressed 30c PSE. PO 18/2/1880; closed 24/4/1994.

2016 D A A2

Cabarita: ‘CABARITA/8JE58/VIC’ on 4d QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] Renamed from Lake Hawthorn RO 2/11/1925; PO 1/7/1927;

2017 * A A1

Camberwell (1): ‘CAMBERWELL /9MY28/VIC.’, WWW #90 (SOUTH? removed) on 1½d red KGV. PO 12/10/1864; renamed

2018 * A A1 2019 * A C2

2020 * A B1 2021 D A A1 2022 * A A1 2023 D A1 2024 D A A1 2025 * A 2026 * A A1 2027 * A A1 2028 D A B1 2029 D A1 2030 D A B1 2031 D A1 2032 D A1 2033 D B2

LPO 4/10/1993.

$5 $6 $25 $4 $8

2034 S A A2+ Charlton (2): 27mm ‘CHARLTO[N]/9OC11/[VIC]’, WWW #60 (arcs 4½,4½) on ½d bantam pair. Renamed from Charlton East PO 2035 D A A1 2036 D A A12037 D A1 2038 D A A2 2039 D A B1

$5

2040 S A A2

$6

2041 D A C1 2042 * B B2

$25 $20 $5 $12 $10 $40 $20 $8 $40 $6 $5 $8

$10 $6

2043 * A- C2

2044 * A B1 2045 * B A2 2046 * A A1 2047 * A A1 2048 D A1+ 2049 D A2 2050 S A A2 2051 D A A2 2052 D A A2 2053 D A A2 2054 * A- A1 2055 * A- B2 2056 D A1 2057 S A A2

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

$12

2058 * A B2

- small decade) on 25c with blue registration label. [Rated RRR] Camberwell North: poor ‘CAMBERWELL NORTH E.6/20JA55/ VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A (B2 backstamp) on 3½d & 9d, blue provisional registration label ‘CWELL NORTH/VIC. AUST’. [Rated RRR] PO 12/5/1910; LPO 21/10/1993. Camperdown: ‘CAMPERDOWN/31MAR1995/VIC. 3260’ WWW #210B (8DL) on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. Renamed from Timboon PO 1/1/1854. Cann River: ‘RELIEF/29JE88/89/VIC-AUST’ on 1c. [Used 23/6/ 1988 - 29/12/1988.] PO 1/7/1890; LPO 1/3/1994. Caramut: ‘CARAMUT/19MY95/VIC-AUST’ WWW #70 on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. Renamed from

$30

2059 * A-

$20

2060 * A

- ‘CAMBERWELL.E.6./3NO67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #180B (arcs .,.

Muston’s Creek PO 1/1/1854; LPO 12/1/1994.

Carlton: ‘CARLTON/15DE69/VIC’, WWW #170B (arcs 5½,6). [Rated RRRR] PO 19/10/1865; LPO 28/3/1994. - ‘CARLTON/4AP68/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #240 - experimental LDL) on 5c. [Rated R] - ‘CARLTON N3 VIC. AUST./POSTAGE PAID/JUN16 62 0.2.5’ cash register receipt on cover with blue Registration Label. Carnegie: ‘CARNEGIE S.E.9./22OC46/VIC-AUST’, WWW #80 (arcs 2,2½) on registered 2½d Envelope for The New Nirvana Dairy, blue registration label. [Rated RR] PO 1/9/1911. Carrum: ‘RELIEF/29MR83/50/VIC-AUST’ on long Australia Post cover. PO 1/2/1886; LPO 5/8/1993. Catani: ‘CATANI/29SE65/VIC’ on 5d green. [Rated S] RO 2/4/ 1923; PO 6/11/1925; closed 26/6/1981.

Caulfield: ‘CAULFIELD S.E.8./8JE60/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #100A - arcs 1,2). [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1863; closed 31/1/1974. - ‘CAULFIELD /25MR71/VIC- AUST’ (WWW #100C - ‘S.E.8.’ removed, arcs 1,2) on 6c. [Rated R] Caulfield East (2): ‘CAULFIELD EAST S.E5/8JA55/VIC-AUST’, WWW #70A. [Rated R] Renamed from Malvern East PO 1/10/1929. - ‘CAULFIELD EAST S.E.5/13FE67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #80B. [Rated RR] Chadstone Centre: ‘PAID AT CHADSTONE CE[NTRE]/5D 4OC62/VIC-AU[ST]’, WWW #310A in red (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR] PO 3/10/1960.

$6 $10 $5 $50 $5 $6 $25 $7 $5 $30 $5 $4 $10 $15

2061 D A C1

2062 * A A1 2063 D A A2 2064 * A B1 2065 * A A2 2066 * A-

2067 * A- A2 2068 * A A2-

1/9/1879; LPO 7/7/1993.

- 34mm ‘CHARLTON/8JUN1976/VIC. 3525’, WWW #120 in violet on 15c & 75c. [Rated RR] Cheltenham: light ‘CHELTENHAM/2DE67/VIC.AUST.’, WWW #70A on 9c & 10c. [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1857; LPO 1/7/1998. Chintin: ‘CHINTIN/9NO35/VIC.’. [Rated RR] PO 1/5/1879; closed 30/9/1965.

City Road: ‘CITY ROAD S.C.4./ AU47/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30 (arcs 1,½) on 5½d Emu perf ‘IH’ (# IH.18) of International Harvester. [Rated R] RH 28/8/1892; PO c.1902; closed 6/9/1996. Clarkefield: ‘CLARKEFIELD/6JA71/VIC’, WWW #10B on 6c. Renamed from Lancefield Junction PO 11/1/1926; closed 19/3/1982.

Clonard: ‘CLONARD/31JA58/[VI]C[-AUS]T’, WWW #10A on 3½d Xmas. [Rated R] PO 4/10/1954; LPO 28/2/1994. Clyde (2): ‘ CLYDE/[?]59/VIC’, WWW #10C on 5d Xmas. [Rated RRRR; used less than 12 months] Renamed from Clyde R.S. PO

$7 $20 $8 $5 $5 $40

PO 1/4/1955; LPO 24/8/1993.

$30

Coatesville: light ‘COATESVILLE S.E.15/5JY57/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A (arcs 1½,1, A2 backstamp) on 1/0½d QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR] - very light ‘COATESVILLE S.E.15/5JY57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1, A1- backstamp), WWW #10A, on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne, slight damage to right edge. [Rated RR] Cobden: ‘COBDEN/4-P31MR95/VIC 3266’ WWW #95, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 5/1/1867;

LPO 6/11/1997.

Cobram (2): ‘COBRAM/8OC66/VIC. AUST.’, WWW #70B, on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. PO 23/1/1888. Coleraine: ‘COLERAINE/19MAY1995/VIC 3315’ WWW #130, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO

16/11/1854; LPO 1/2/1996.

- ‘COLERAINE/PAID/19MAY1995/2.00PM/VIC 3315’ WWW #430, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. Collingwood (3): ‘COLLINGWOOD N.5/11FE65/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #160A - arcs 3,3). PO 15/11/1865. - ‘PAID AT COLLING[WOOD]/6AU75/VIC’, WWW #730E in red. Congupna (1): ‘CONGUPNA/7DEC06/[VIC]’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] PO 1/12/1881; renamed Congupna Township PO c.1909. Coomboona: ‘COOMBOONA/8MY59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A, on 4d QEII. [Rated RR] PO 2/5/1938; closed 30/7/1993. Coragulac: ‘CORAGULAC/2MY58/VIC’, WWW #20A on 4d QEII. [Rated R] RO 25/2/1924; PO 1/2/1927; closed 26/1/1974. Cosgrove: ‘COSGROVE/5AP57/VIC.-AUST.’, WWW #30A on 4d QEII. [Rated S] PO 5/12/1888; closed 28/9/1979. Creswick: ‘CRESWICK /15OC56/VIC’ (‘RAIL’ ? removed) on 1d & 1/6d on registered Tatts front. Renamed from Creswick’s Creek

$25 $4 $10 $6 $8 $4 $5 $40 $20 $12 $5

PO c.1857; LPO 14/10/1994.

$5

from Kaneira PO 1/1/1920; LPO 26/11/1993.

$5

Culgoa: ‘CULGOA/30DE52/VIC’ on ½d & 3d KGVI. Renamed

Dandenong: ‘DANDENONG/25JUL1970/VIC. 3175’, WWW #230. [Rated RRR] PO 1/7/1848. Darling South: ‘DARLING SOUTH/24NO31/VIC’, WWW #10 on KGV 5d. [Rated RRRR.] PO 16/1/1928; LPO 18/2/1993. Dartmoor: ‘DARTMOOR/?/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] PO 1/4/1860; LPO 24/5/1994. Daylesford: Multicoloured PPC ‘Jubilee Lake, Daylesford’ Semi Official Post card Victorian Railways Tourist Series used in 1912 by the Claims Agent’s Office Spencer Street Station, few minor faults, scarce card. PO 1/2/1858; LPO 1/5/1998. - Multicolured PPC ‘Why we crow about Daylesford’ with pull out views of Daylesford, used 1916. Degraves Street: ‘DEGRAVES ST /4MR69/6/VIC-AUST, WWW #60C (.C.1. removed) on 5c & 25c on Brown cover. Replaced

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

- ‘DEGRAVES STREET/ 29AU86/8/VIC 3000’ WWW #85B (time turned-off; last day - rated RRR) and ‘FLINDERS L[A]NE/ 1SEP1986/1/VIC 3000’ in violet (first day). Dennis: ‘DENNIS/27OC49/VIC’ (WWW #10A) on 3d & 5½d. [Rated R] RO c.1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1977. Derrinallum: ‘DERRINALLUM/27SE47/VIC’, WWW #30A (arcs 3,4) on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Tooliorook PO 5/5/1873; LPO 12/10/1993.

- ‘DERRINALLUM/5-P19MY[9]5/VIC-3325’ WWW #50 on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. Duverney: blue & black C1 registration label on 29DE42 cover to Fitzroy, ½d & 5d Ram cancelled with illegible datestamp.

Renamed from Strathvean RO 22/2/1915; PO 15/8/1919; closed 28/2/ 1961.

East Melbourne: ‘MONEY ORDERS/15JY40/EAST MELBOURNE’ on 5½d Ram on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1884. Echuca: light ‘ECHUCA18NO55/VIC’, WWW #210A on 3½d & 9d on cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR] Renamed from Hopwoods Punt PO 1/1/1855.

2071 * A

$12

9/2/1915; LPO 14/11/1993; closed 13/8/1999.

2069 * A A1+ Echuca South: ‘ECHUCA SOUTH/22FE85/VIC-AUST’ (last day of old DATESTAMP) & ‘ECHUCA SOUTH/5-P25FE85/VIC 3564’ (first day of new postcode) on 1c on unaddressed 30c PSE. PO 2070 * A B1

$4

1/12/1958; LPO 16/6/1994.

- ‘ECHUCA SOUTH/1/20JUL2009/VIC 3109’ on unaddressed Port Pirie PSE. Eildon Weir: Black & white PPC ‘Eildon Weir’, a Pollock real photo, unused. PO 23/8/1915; renamed Eildon PO c.1950.

$30 $80 $8

$20 $12

$8 $20 $6 $5 $4

$8 $8 $8

$10 $4 $8


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 2072 * A 2073 * A A1

2074 D A2 2075 * A2 2076 S B A1 2077 * A A1 2078 * A B1

2079 * B A1 2080 * A 2081 * A- A1 2082 D A B2 2083 * A A1 2084 * A 2085 * A 2086 D A A1 2087 * A A2 2088 D A A1 2089 * A 2090 * A 2091 * B B1 2092 * A B1

2093 D A B2 2094 D A2 2095 D B1 2096 S A A2 2097 * A B1

2098 D A B1 2099 D A A2 2100 D A A1

- Black & white PPC ‘Top of the Spillway, Eildon, Vic’, real photo, unused. Elizabeth Street: ‘ELIZABETH ST.MELBOURNE/R.S./ 100A29JY60/2/VIC-AUST’, WWW #1065A backstamp on cover with 2/5d meter, blue registration label. Renamed from Melbourne PO 4/6/1917; renamed Melbourne PO 1/1/1964.

- ‘ELIZABETH ST.MELBOURNE/R.S./ 9AP64/4/VIC-AUST’ WWW #1110B (time turned-off). [Rated RRR] - ‘ELIZABETH ST.MELBOURNE/R.S./ 2-MR64/5/VIC-AUST’, WWW #1120B (time turned-off) on 2/- on Business Reply Post cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR] Elsternwick: ‘ELSTERNWICK/12MR38/VIC’, WWW #55 (arcs 2½,2½) on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 22/6/1860. Eltham: ‘ELTHAM/23JY71/VIC-AUST’, WWW #70 (arcs 11,12) on 4c on unaddressed Royal Souvenir Cover. [Rated R] PO 1/2/ 1854.

Eltham North: ‘ELTHAM NORTH/28MR52/VIC.’, (A1 backstamp) on 9d on 3½d embossed Envelope, blue registration label. [Rated R] TO c.1925; PO c.1934, provisionally closed 30/10/

2105 S A A2 2106 * A- A1 2107 * A B1

$30

1887.

renamed Ferntree Gully South PO 15/4/1967.

- ‘PAID AT FERNTREE GULLY/3D24JL54/VIC’, WWW #310A on

much travelled unclaimed Shire of Fern Tree Gully cover. [Rated RRR] Fitzroy (2): ‘FITZROY N.6./13FE60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #160A (arcs 4½,4½) on 5d & 2/- with blue registration label. [Rated R however non-philatelic use is very rare.] RH 2/2/1874; PO 10/9/

1877.

Fitzroy Central: ‘[FITZROY] CENTRAL /1AU68/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10B (N.7 removed) on 1c. [Rated RRRR] PO 18/10/1948; closed 31/8/1978.

N7/■■ 20JE66/VIC-

Fitzroy North: ‘PAID AT FITZROY NT[H]. AUST’, WWW #520B (price turned off) in red. [Rated S] RH 2/2/ 1874; PO c.1880; LPO 3/11/1993.

N.6/26MY67/VIC-AUST’,

Fitzroy South: ‘FITZROY STH WWW #20B. [Rated RRR] PO 1/10/1936; LPO 5/7/1993. Flemington: ‘FLEMINGTON/17JL31/[VIC]’, WWW #50A (arcs 5,5½) on KGV 5d. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1854. Footscray (1): ‘FOOTSCRAY W.11./5SE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #230A (arcs 2,2½) backstamp on long cover, 2/- cancelled with poor strike, blue registration label [Rated R] PO 12/10/1857;

2111 D A1 2112 * A A1

$15

2113 S A A2

$10

2114 D A1 2115 * A A1

$10

Fawkner East: ‘RELIEF/2NO70/83/VIC-AUST’ (used 3/8/70 2/11/70)on 2c. Renamed from Fawkner PO 3/8/1970; LPO 15/6/1993. Fernshawe (2): Black & white PPC ‘Fernshaw’, 1d pink cancelled with unframed ‘HEALESVILLE/JA5/10/VICTORIA 521’ (A2). PO 1/3/1872; closed 1/5/1890. Ferntree Gully (1): Black & white PPC “The Forest-Fern Tree Gully Victoria”, real photo early card used in 1905. PO 1/1/1873;

2110 D A B2

$40

1914; renamed Elwood Delivery Centre DC 1/4/1999.

Emerald: Black & white PPC ‘Along the Tourist Track, Emerald Victoria’, real photo, unused. PO 22/12/1899. - ‘EMERALD/28SE38/VIC.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label, filing holes. Essendon: boxed ‘ESSENDON/9NOV1944/W.5, VIC’ on 5½d Emu. [Rated RRR] PO 18/8/1856. - ‘ESSENDON W.5/7JE67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #140A (arcs 3,3½) on 4c Lions on plain unaddressed FDC [Rated RR] Euroa: multi-coloured PPC ‘The Rockies, Seven Creeks Euroa’, used. PO 1/1/1854. - Black & white PPC ‘Hume Highway Euroa Vic’, real photo, unused. Exhibition Street: ‘EXHIBITION STREET /8AP75/6/VIC-AUST’ on 10c Curtin. [Rated RR] PO 21/9/1959; closed 28/5/1988. Fairfield: ‘FAIRFIELD N20 NO 1/9FE67/[VIC. AUST.]’, WWW #60B on 24c with blue label. [Rated RRR] RH 21/2/1887; PO 4/4/

$5 $15 $50 $20 $12 $10 $10 $50

2118 * A A1

2119 * A A1 2120 * A A1 2121 * A A1 2122 * A A1

2124 D B A1

$15

2125 D B1 2126 * A B1

$50

2127 * A A12128 * A

$40 $30

2129 * A A1 2130 * A 2131 D A A1 2132 * A A1 2133 D A B1

$20

2134 * A A1

3d. [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO 8/9/1914; closed 3/8/1976. Frankston (1): ‘FRANKSTON/10OC75/VIC-[AU]ST’, WWW #90B (arcs 2½,2) on 4c. PO 1/9/1857; renamed Frankston Business Centre

$10

2135 * A

$10

2136 D A A2

Forest Hill (2): ‘FOREST HILL/30SE67/VIC-AUST, WWW #20, on

BC 29/5/1995.

Gardenvale (2): ‘GARDENVALE/11JA58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20 on 4d Xmas. [Rated R] Renamed from Garden Vale PO c.1940;

closed 31/12/1986.

‘GEELONG/3/5-P22MY69/VIC-AUST’,

Geelong (1): WWW #800B (arcs 5,6) on 5c blue. [Rated RRR] PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by

Geelong Business Centre BC 22/7/1994.

2/10OC74/VIC’,

- ‘PAID AT GEELONG WWW #1970C in red. [Rated RRR] Geelong West (2): ‘GEELONG WEST/4JA17/VIC.’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 1/4/1887; LPO 18/9/1995. Gisborne: ‘GISBORNE/2OC47/VIC.-AUST.’, WWW #60A on 2½d Shortland. Renamed from Bush Inn PO 1/4/1850. Glen Waverley (2): ‘PAID AT GLEN WAVERLEY/28NO77/VICAUST’, WWW #610B (date centred) in red. Replaced Glen Waverley North PO 4/12/1963; replaced by The Glen PO c.-/1/1994.

$5 $30

$10 $20 $25 $5

Huntly LP 7/6/1993.

$10

- ‘GLENHUNTLY S.E.9./2?JY67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40B (arcs 2,2). [Rated RRRR] Glenroy: ‘GLENROY /7MY69/VIC-AUST’, WWW #50B (arcs 5,4 - W.9 removed). [Rated RR] PO 22/10/1888. - ‘GLENROY/PAID AT/20AUG1991/5 P.M./VIC AUST 3046’ in red, WWW #530A, on Panelveneer window envelope. [Rated RRR] Grassdale: ‘GRASSDALE/20JA38/[VI]C’, WWW #20A, on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. [Rated RR] PO 2/3/1885; closed 31/3/1969. Greensborough: ‘PAID AT GREENSBOROUGH/■■■30MY64/ VIC-AUST’, WWW #520B (price turned off) in red. [Rated RRR] PO 17/7/1858.

Hamilton: HAMILTON/19MAY1995/VIC 3300’, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. Renamed from

2139 S 2140 D 2141 D 2142 *

$5

2143 * 2144 S

$10

2145 D 2146 D

$10 $30 $20 $20 $6

Hawthorn Business Centre BC 24/10/1997.

$6 $6

$6 $6 $6 $6 $6

24/7/1971.

$10

1934; closed 31/3/1959.

$40 $5

Humevale: ‘HUMEVALE/5SE38/VIC-AUST’ (ERD) on 2d KGVI (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Scrubby Creek TO 26/7/1927; PO c.-/6/

Ivanhoe: ‘IVANHOE/7OC68/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 10,11). PO 1/9/1874. - ‘PAID AT IVANHOE N.21/3D9JY52/VIC’ (inverted ‘D’ wheel) on window envelope. [Rated PPP] - ‘PAID AT IVANHOE /3FE71/VIC’ (N.21 removed) in red on CSR Chemicals window envelope. Kalimna: Multicoloured PPC ‘Lakes Entance at Kalimna, Gippsland Lake Victoria’, unused. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1970.

Kew East: ‘KEW EAST E.5/11JA67/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 3½,3½) on 4c Envelope. RO c.1924; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 11/4/1994. King Parrot Creek (2): black & white PPC of ‘GIANT TEA CAMP,/KING PARROT/CREEK’ showing camper asleep in hollow tree, used at Prahan in 1907. PO 20/2/1865; closed 1/6/1874. Kingsville South: ‘KINGSVILLE SOUTH W14/21JA64/VICAUST’ on 5d Xmas. PO 2/2/1948, provisionally closed 11/12/1978; closed 31/1/1980.

Korumburra (2): ‘POST OFFICE/1/2FEB1999/KORUMBURRA 3950’, on 45c on Alexander opening of Korumburra LPO cover. PO 1/11/1889; LPO 1/2/1999.

Kotta: ‘KOTTA/10AP57/VIC’ on 4d. RO 1/7/1923; PO 1/2/1927; closed 28/6/1985.

- ‘KOTTA/28JE85/VIC-AUST’ closing day on 33c Barrier Reef PSE, unaddressed. Lakes Entrance: Black & white PPC ‘The Landing, North Arm, Lakes Entrance’, a Bulmer real photo, unused. Renamed from Cunninghame PO 1/1/1915.

Lal Lal (1): ‘LAL LAL/2JY64/VIC-[AUST]’ on 5d green perf ‘VG’.

$40 $20 $15 $40 $20 $15 $6 $10 $6 $15

$5 Langi Logan: ‘LANG[I L]O[GA]N/1OC29/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PPP] RO 16/11/1912; closed 8/6/1970. $40 A- A1- Laverton R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 5201/22DE43/AUSTRALIA’ (arcs 1,1½) on Motor Reg window envelope, also bearing ‘NOWA NOWA/28DE43/VIC-AUST’ (A1), includes a licence renewal. PO 1/6/1938; LPO 31/7/1995. $100 A B2 Learmonth: unframed ‘[LEA]RMONTH/MY21/99/[VIC]TORIA’ on 1d brown. Renamed from Lake Learmonth PO c.1860; LPO 1/7/ 1994. $10 A B2 Leongatha: ‘LEONGATHA/PAI[D]/27JE78/1/VIC-AUST-3953’ in red. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Koorooman PO 1/6/1891. $20 A A2 Locksley: ‘LOCKSLEY/1JE65/VIC-AUST’ on 5d Anzac. PO 1/5/ 1886; closed 29/9/1973. $6 A Lorne: Black & white PPC ‘Margaret Falls’, real photo, unused. PO 29/4/1874; LPO 1/12/1994. $5 A - Black & white PPC ‘The Beach Lorne Vic’, real photo, unused. $10 A A3- Lyndhurst: light 27mm ‘[LY]NDHURS[T]/?JA12/[VIC]’ in violet on 1d pink. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/1/1867; closed 31/12/1976. $50 A A2 - ‘LYNDHURST/12AU74/VIC-AUST’ on 4c. [Rated PP] $20 A A2 Mackintosh: ‘MACKINTOSH/15SP49/[VIC]’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated PPP] RO 2/6/1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/6/1968. $40

2137 S A B2 2138 *

$50

The Grange PO 1/1/1854.

- ‘HAWTHORN/24OCT1997/VIC. 3122’, (arcs 4,4) on Alexander 45c PSE Closure of Hawthorn Corporate Post Office cover. Hawthorn Business Centre: ‘A/Business Post/CENTRE/ 27OCT1997/HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on Alexander 45c PSE Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. Replaced Hawthorn BC 27/10/1997. - ‘B/Business Post/CENTRE/27OCT1997/HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on 45c on Alexander Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. - ‘C/Business Post/CENTRE/27OCT1997/HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on 45c on Alexander Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. - ‘O/Business Post/CENTRE/27OCT1997/HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on 45c on Alexander Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. ‘MANAGER/Business Post/CENTRE/27OCT1997/ HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on 45c on Alexander Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. Healesville West: ‘HEALESVIL[LE WEST]/20MR65/VIC.’ on 5d green. [Rated PP] Opened as RO 16/8/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed

$10

$5

$75

Glenhuntly: ‘GLENHUNTLY/12OC72/VICTORIA’, WWW #10B, on 7c & 50c. [Rated R] RO c.1907; PO 10/12/1909; renamed Glen

2117 * A A1

2123 D A B2

$60

26/5/1948.

Hawthorn (1): ‘HA[WT]HORN/24AU18/VIC’, WWW #180A (arcs 6,6) on 5d brown KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1854; replaced by

$10

$40

Glenaire (2): ‘[GL]ENAIRE/4SE20/VIC’ on 1½d brown KGV. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Aire RO 18/6/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed

2116 S A A2

renamed Footscray Delivery Centre DC 15/11/1993.

LPO 24/5/1993.

2104 D B1

$10

$25

Elwood (1): ‘ELWOOD S.3/5DE66/VIC-AUST’, WWW #50A (arcs 10,11) on 24c Regn Env #R46, opened-out. [Rated R] PO 31/3/

2108 S A A2 2109 D A B1

1965; closed 31/1/1966.

2101 S A A3+ - ‘[M].O.GARDENVALE[S.4]/25FE57/[VIC-AUS]T’, WWW #310A, on 4d. [Rated RRR] 2102 * A B1 Gardenvale West: ‘GARDENVALE WEST/31DE86/VIC-3185’, WWW #20B (inverted decade wheel - last day) on 36c on unaddressed cover. Renamed from Garden Vale West PO c.1940; 2103 D A B1

$6

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PO 18/7/1863; closed 11/3/1969.


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2175 S A A2 2176 * A- A2 2177 * A- A1 2178 * A A1 2179 * A A12180 * A B1 2181 D C1 2182 S A A2 2183 * A B1 2184 * A A1 2185 * A A1 2186 * A A1 2187 * A A1 2188 * A A1

Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Maidstone Business Centre: ‘MAIDSTONE B.P.C./(3)/ 1JUN1998/VIC. 3012’, on Alexander 45c PSE Opening of Maidstone Business Centre Cover. BC 1/6/1998; closed 13/10/2000. - ‘MAIDSTONE B.P.C./(4)/1JUN1998/VIC. 3012’, on Alexander 45c PSE Opening of Maidstone Business Centre Cover. - ‘MAIDSTONE B.P.C./(5)/1JUN1998/VIC. 3012’, on 45c on Alexander Opening of Maidstone Business Centre Cover. Maindample: ‘MAINDAMPLE/?/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d AAT. [Rated PPP - poor cancels are normal.] PO 19/9/1868; closed 31/1/1989. Malvern (2): ‘MALVERN S.E.4/7MR67/1/VIC-AUST’ on 24c Registration Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Malvern R.S. PO 1/7/1892.

- ‘PAID MALVERN/—?26FE68/VIC’ on R.R. Cox cover to North Balwyn, tears at left frrom opening. [Rated P] Malvern East (4): ‘MALVERN EAST S.5/1NO57/VIC.’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. [Rated P] PO c.1935; closed 21/10/1993. Manifold: ‘MANIFOLD/14DE57/VIC.’ on 1/7d brown QE on cover with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne. PO 25/3/1929; LPO 31/5/1993.

C.1/1AU66/3/VIC-AUST’

Market Street: ‘MAR[KET STRE]ET on 4c & 24c. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Customs House PO c.-/1/

1884; replaced by Collins Street West PO 21/11/1997.

- ‘MARKET STREET C.1/26JY67/4/VIC-AUST’ on 4c. [Rated PPPP] - ‘RELIEF STAMP. VIC./2 11OC76/NO 15’ on 18c. Markwood: ‘MARKWOOD/ FE38/VIC.’ on 2d red KGVI. [Rated PP] RO 10/11/1924; PO 1/9/1926; closed 19/3/1971. Maryborough: ‘MARYBOROUGH/5DE66/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,4) on 24c Registration Envelope cut-out. [Rated PP] PO

2189 * A A1

$10 $10 $10 $40 $80 $12

2196 * A B2-

$15

2197 * C1 2198 * A A1

$40 $30 $5 $20 $10

Massey R.S. 1916; TO 1952; closed 30/4/1954.

$20

McKillop: ‘McKILLOP/1OC47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland, opened roughly at left. RO 9/10/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 27/6/1986. - ‘McKILLOP/27JE86/VIC-AUST’ (Closing day), on 33c PSE, unaddressed. McMahon’s Creek (2): ‘MCMAHON’S CREEK/24MY67/VICAUST’. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/7/1901; closed 31/5/1968. Mead: ‘MEAD/24NO46/V[IC-]AUST’ on 2½d Mitchell. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Meade PO c.1942; closed 30/11/1954. Melbourne: light worn oval ‘MELBOURNE/[crown]/?U*22/184?/ PORT PHILLIP’ (1st type) on cut-to-shape piece. PO 13/4/1837; renamed Elizabeth Street PO 4/6/1917.

- selection of 8 covers with cds (2), duplex (2) & machine (4) cancels, from 1889-1911, all with minor faults. Melbourne Airport (2): ‘MELB.AIRPORT/(1)/30JUL1999/VIC. 3045’ (Closing day), on 45c on Alexander Closure of Melbourne Airport cover. Melbourne Central: ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/ 2OCT1995/C/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. PO c.1994.

- ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/2OCT1995/D/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. - ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/2OCT1995/F/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. - ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/2OCT1995/G/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. - ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/2OCT1995/H/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45con cover, unaddressed. - ‘POSTAL MANAGER MELB. CENTRAL/2OCT1995/VIC. 3000’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. Melbourne GPO Shop: Group of 19 in the form of ‘[Picasso face]/2JUN1997/Melbourne/1-GPO SHOP VIC 3000’, on 45c on Alexander First day of Melbourne GPO Pictorials, 1-19 G.P.O. Shop cover. PO 28/11/1994. Melton: ‘ MELTON/16JE24/VIC’ (‘T.O.’ removed) on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO 1/3/1856. Mentone: ‘MENTONE S.11/30SE47/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,3) on stampless cover, ‘T “5D”‘-in-oval (A1) on face. PO 16/5/1884. - ‘MENTONE S.11/1OC59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,3) on 5d blue Royal FDC, odd patches of toning. - ‘MENTONE S.11/13SE57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,2) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPPP] - ‘MENTONE S.11/4NO59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,2) on 2/3d Wattle & 2d green QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PP] - ‘PAID AT MENTONE- /—7JY77/VIC- ‘ (S.11 removed) in red on S.V.C. window envelope. [Rated P] - ‘MENTONE/PAID/11JA79/VIC-AUST-3194’ in red. [Rated PPP] Merbein: ‘MERBEIN/25NO24/VIC’ (arcs 8,8) on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PP] RO 16/8/1909; PO 1/7/1910; LPO 1/7/1996. Middle Park: ‘MIDDLE PARK/6MY65/VIC’ on 2/5d Registration Envelope with blue label. TO 1/7/1890; PO 31/1/1908; LPO 15/11/

1993.

‘MILDURA/VIC./8JAN/3D/PAID’

Mildura: machine, (dateline inverted, year missing) on window envelope. PO 23/1/1888. Mildura Business Centre: ‘MILDURA BC/6JUL1998/A/VIC 3500’ (Opening day), on 45c on Alexander opening day cover.

BC 6/7/1998.

- ‘MILDURA BC/6JUL1998/B/VIC 3500’ (Opening day), on 45c on Alexander opening day cover. - ‘MILDURA BC/6JUL1998/C/VIC 3500’ (Opening day), on 45c on Alexander opening day cover. - ‘MILDURA BC/6JUL1998/D/VIC 3500’ (Opening day), on 45c on Alexander opening day cover.

2195 * B B2

$20

19/10/1854.

Massey (2): ‘MASSEY/[?]34/[VIC]’ on 2d Vic Centenary. From

- ‘MILDURA BC/6JUL1998/E/VIC 3500’ (Opening day), on 45c on Alexander opening day cover. 2190 D A B1 Mildura East: ‘MILDURA EAST/1-OC53/VIC-AUST’ on 3d green. PO 11/8/1949; LPO 20/5/1994. 2191 D A A1+ Minhamite: ‘MINHAMITE/29JE74/VIC 3288’ (Closing Date) on 7c coil. [Rated PP] RO 1/2/1918; PO 1/12/1925; closed 30/6/1974. 2192 D A A2 Mitcham: ‘MITCHAM/30SE53/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 7,6) on 3½d Wheat. [Rated PP] PO 1/6/1884. 2193 * A A1 Monash University (2): ‘MONASH UNIVERSITY LPO/*/ 30MAY1999/*/VIC.-3169’, on 45c on Alexander opening of LPO cover. PO 23/8/1965; LPO 30/5/1999. 2194 D A A2 Mont Albert North: ‘MONT ALB[ERT] NTH.E12/21?61/VICAUST’ on QEII 1d slate-purple. [Rated PPP] PO 1/7/1957; closed

$15 $10

2199 * A A12200 * A A1 2201 * A A1 2202 * A A1 2203 * A- C2

$80

2204 S A A2

$60

2205 D A A1

$10 $10 $8 $6 $6 $6 $6 $6 $6

$70 $15 $40 $20

2206 * A A1 2207 D A1 2208 D A1+ 2209 D A A1

2213 D A A2 2214 D A B1 2215 D A A1 2216 S A A2 2217 D A A2 2218 * A A1 2219 D A1

$20

2221 * C A1

$15 $30 $15

2222 * A B2

$15

2223 * A A2

$6 $6 $6

1998.

- ‘PAID AT MOORABBIN S.20/3D15JY55/VIC’ on cover to R.A.A.F. Headquarters Albert Park. Moorabbin Business Centre: ‘BUSINESS CENTRE/A/ 13JUL1998/MOORABBIN 3189’, on Alexander 45c PSE Opening of Moorabbin Business Centre cover. BC 13/7/1998. - ‘BUSINESS CENTRE/D/13JUL1998/MOORABBIN 3189’, on Alexander 45c PSE Opening of Moorabbin Business Centre cover. - ‘BUSINESS CENTRE/E/13JUL1998/MOORABBIN 3189’, on Alexander 45c PSE Opening of Moorabbin Business Centre cover. Moorleigh: ‘MOORLEIGH S.E.13/?DE56/VIC-AUST’ on 4d & 7½d Olympics pair on registered cover with blue registration label. [Rated PPP] PO 22/3/1954; closed 31/10/1988. Moorooduc: unframed ‘[MO]OROODUC/OC”8”/12/ [V]IC[TO]RIA’ on 1d pink. PO 27/8/1890; closed 1/5/1980. Mooroolbark: ‘MOOROOLBARK/9JE36/VIC’ on 2d Cable. PO 15/3/1888.

- ‘RED EARTH FESTIVAL/22MAR1980/MOOROOLBARK VIC. 3138’ (arcs 5,5) on 20c Dingo on MOOROOLBARK RED EARTH FESTIVAL unaddressed cover. - 30mm ‘MOOROOLBARK/PAID/19OC77/VIC-AUST-3138’ in red. [Rated PPP] - ‘POSTMASTER, MOOROOLBARK/25NOV1981/VIC., 3138’ (arcs 1,1 - ERD) in red. [The first offered by us] Mooroopna: 2 strikes of 23mm unframed ‘MOOROOPNA/ JL22/01/VICTORIA’ (arcs 1½,½) on 1d pink pair. PO 19/4/1873; LPO 7/10/1996.

2220 D A1

$6

Moonee Ponds: ‘MOONEE PONDS W.4/14NO66/VIC-AUST’ on 24c Regn Env #R46, opened-out. PO 15/1/1861. - ‘MOONEE PONDS W.4/2/12JY57/VIC AUST’ (A1- backstamp) on 1/- Lyrebird & 3½d red QEII x2 on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPPP] - ‘MOONEE PONDS W.4/2/30MY66/VIC-AUST’ on 24c Regn Env. Moorabbin: ‘MOORABBIN/18NO58/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated P] Renamed from Brighton South PO 17/5/1909; LPO 19/10/

2210 D A B1+ - ‘MOOROOPNA/1JY22/VIC’ (arcs 8,9) on 2d red KGV. [Rated PP] 2211 * A B2 - violet rectangle ‘POST OFFICE/23MAY1968/MOOROOPNA’ on front of a window telegram envelope (T.G.65). An A2 strike on reverse. [Rated PPP] 2212 D A B2 Mooroopna North: ‘MOOROOPNA NORTH/8MY58/VIC’ on 4d QEII. [Rated P] PO 1/12/1877; RO c.1907; PO 1/10/1911; closed 28/2/

$40

$25

17/8/1993.

2224 D A1 2225 * A A12226 * A C1

1973.

Moranding: ‘M[OR]ANDING/12AP47/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PPPP] PO 6/12/1890; closed 31/8/1957. Morang South (1): ‘MORANG SOUTH/19NO21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 24/11/1873; LPO 29/10/1993. - ‘MORANG SOUTH/10AU59/VIC’ on 4d red QEII. Mordialloc (1): 23mm unframed ‘MORDIALLOC/JL11/13/ VICTORIA’ on 1d Roo. PO 17/10/1863; LPO 14/9/1998; renamed Braeside Business Centre BC 13/6/1995.

- ‘MORDIALLOC/18FE38/VIC’ (arcs 6,6) on 5d brown KGV. - ‘MORDIALLOC S.12/13JY59/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII & 2½d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. - ‘PAID AT MORDIALLOC /■■■19FE69/VIC-AUST’ (S12 removed) in red. [Rated PPP] ‘CONTROLLING POSTAL MANAGER/1JUN1990/ MORDIALLOC, VIC. 3195’ in violet on 1c. [The only recorded date.] Moreland (3): violet double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/16SEP1940/ MORELAND, N.13’ (right decorative arrow points down) on 1d & 3d AIF on registered cover with blue registration label, ¼ of the cover as been cut-out. Renamed from North Brunswick PO 11/12/

1922; LPO 29/3/1993.

- broken rectangle 26x23mm ‘POST OFFICE/24SEP1946/ [MORELAND] .N.13’ (B1 backstamp) in violet on 3d brown and 2½d KGVI on cover with blue registration label. - ‘MORELAND/24NO65/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 5d Xmas and 2/- Whistler on Bob Jane Pty Ltd illustrated cover with blue registration label. [Rated PPP] - ‘PAID AT MORELAND/3½D-5NO54/VIC-AUST’ in black. [Rated PPPP] Moreland East: ‘MORELAND EAST N.11/7AU57/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated P] PO 1/9/1938; closed 23/7/1988. Moreland West: ‘MORELAND WEST/4JE58/VIC-AUST’ (A1backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPP] PO 19/9/1927; LPO 9/8/1993.

$6 $5 $20 $10 $6 $50 $8 $30 $8

$20 $12 $6 $6 $6 $50 $20 $5 $15 $30 $40 $10 $20 $50 $15 $50 $6 $5 $12 $10 $12 $30 $60

$30 $30 $20 $60 $20 $40


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 2227 D A A2 2228 D A A2 2229 D A B1

Morgiana: ‘MORGIANA/27AU60/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. [An A1 copy sold for $170 in auction #79 - Rated PPP] PO 1/12/ 1953; closed 7/3/1966.

Moriac: ‘MORIAC/22OC28/VIC’ on 1½d KGV. Renamed from

Mount Moriac PO c.1909; LPO 3/2/1994.

Morkalla: ‘MORKALLA/4NO57/VIC.’ on 4d QEII. PO 2/10/1933;

closed 31/10/1968.

2230 D A A1+ Mornington: ‘MORNINGTON /19AP33/VIC’ (‘JCTN’ removed) on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Schnapper Point PO 16/8/1864. 2231 D A A1- Morrison (2): ‘MORRISON/11NO41/VIC’ on 2d red KGVI. [Rated P] Renamed from Riverside PO 8/7/1892; closed 31/8/1953. 2232 S C B2 Morrl Morrl: ‘MORRL MORRL/16OC16/VIC’ on 9d Roo 3rd Wmk (faults). [Rated PP - much harder in RO period.] RO c.1902; 2233 * A A1 2234 D A A2

PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/10/1963; closed 8/4/1974.

Mortlake: ‘MORTLAKE/19MAY1995/VIC. 3272’, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 12/2/1859; LPO 4/4/1997.

Morwell (3): ‘MORWELL/14NO22/VIC.’ (arcs 5,5) on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Morwell R.S. PO 1/1/1880. 2235 D A A1+ - ‘MORWELL/23MY34/VIC’ (arcs 7,7½) on 2d red KGV. 2236 D A B1 Morwell Bridge (2): ‘MORWELL BRIDGE/17JY57/VIC.’ on 4d QEII. [Rated P] PO 6/5/1929; closed 31/8/1959. 2237 * A A1 Morwell Heights (1): ‘MORWELL HEIGHTS/21AP53/VICAUST’ on unaddressed Mappin & Curran FDC (slight toning). [Rated PPP] PO 1/5/1951; closed 31/8/1953. 2238 D A1 Morwell Heights (2): ‘MORWELL HEIGHTS/1AU67/VIC-AUST’ on 4c cut-out. [Rated P] PO 12/4/1955; closed 16/8/1968. 2239 * A A1 Morwell Upper: ‘MORWELL UPPER/13OC82/VIC-AUST’ on long APO cover. PO 2/4/1962; LPO 19/3/1994. 2240 D A A2 Morwell West: ‘MORWELL WEST/18OC49/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PP] TO 1/9/1947; PO 1/7/1948; closed 31/12/1971. 2241 D A A2 Mossiface: ‘MOSSIFACE/26MR47/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated P] PO 19/2/1894; closed 31/5/1967. 2242 D A B1 Mount Alfred (2): ‘MT ALFRED/8AP59/VIC’ on 4d QEII. [Rated P] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1975. 2243 D B A2 Mount Beckworth: ‘MT. BECKWORTH/11FE35/VIC’ on 2d Vic Centenary (faults). [Rated PP] Renamed from Mount Beckwith RO 2244 D A B2 2245 * A 2246 * A

1/2/1921; PO 7/7/1927; closed 14/12/1955.

Mount Best: ‘MOUNT BEST/19AU49/VIC’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated PP] RO c.1904; PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/4/1957; closed 27/6/1970. Mount Buffalo Chalet: Black & white PPC ‘Gorge View Mt Buffalo, Vic’, real photo, unused. Renamed from Mount Buffalo RO 22/8/1910; PO 1/2/1914; closed 24/6/1986.

2247 D A B2 2248 D B B1

- Black & white PPC ‘Lake Catani in winter, Mt Buffalo, Victoria’, real photo, unused. - ‘MT BUFFALO/1AP35/VICTORIA’ on 5d KGV. [Rated P] Mount Burnett: ‘MOUNT BURNETT/25JA35/VIC.’ on 2d Vic Centenary (fault). [Rated P] Renamed from Gembrook West PO 2/2/

2249 * A

Mount Cole: multi-coloured PPC ‘Scenery Mt Cole, Beaufort’.

2250 D A A1

Mount Dandenong: 2 strikes of ‘MOUNT DANDENONG/ 1OC58/VIC’ on ½d roo x2 and 4d QEII. RO c.1902; PO 1/2/1910;

2251 S A A2 2252 D A A1 2253 * A B1 2254 * A A1

replaced by Kalorama LP 30/9/1991.

Mount Dandenong North: ‘[MT D]ANDENONG NTH/16JA15/ [V]IC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PP] Renamed from Hand’s Corner PO c.-/7/1910; renamed Kalorama PO 1/2/1926.

Mount Duneed: ‘MOUNT DUNEED/29NO58/VIC’ on 4d QEII. [Rated S] Renamed from Puelba PO 1/4/1864; closed 30/11/1959. Mount Egerton: ‘MT EGERTON/25JE39/VIC’ on 2d KGVI on cover to the Argus. PO 1/2/1856; closed 30/7/1993. Mount Eliza: ‘MT.ELIZA/PAID/11A8SE81/VIC-AUST-3930’ in red on opened-out cover to Diner’s Club. [Rated P] RO 15/11/1920; PO

2257 D A A1 5d green QEII. [Rated P] 2258 D A A1+ - violet double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/23SEP1988/2/MT. EVELYN VIC. 3796’ (ERD) on 1c Living Together. 2259 * A A1 - ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/12JAN1987/MOUNT EVELYN VIC 3796’, on 36c on Alexander Australia Post Souvenir Cover. 2260 D A A1 Mount Franklin: ‘MOUNT FRANKLIN/10OC65/VIC.’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated PP] Renamed from Dry Diggings PO 13/6/1921; closed EVELYN/25MR65/VIC’ on

Upper PO 1/9/1936; LPO 29/11/1993.

- ‘MT MACEDON/12MR40/VIC-AUST’ on 5d Ram on cover with blue registration label. Mount Martha: MT MARTHA/11AU38/VIC’ on 5d brown KGV. [Rated P] RO c.1902; PO 23/11/1905; LPO 15/8/1994. Mount Martha Mil. P.O. No. 1: ‘MIL.P.O.MT MARTHA NO 1/ 2MY40/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,1) on 1d green QE on cover (small tear). PO 14/10/1939; closed c.1945. Mount Mercer: ‘MOUNT MERCER/30NO42/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI (slight toning). [Rated P] PO 10/8/1865; RO c.-/4/1923; PO 1/6/ 1926; closed 31/3/1949.

Mount Pleasant (1): ‘MT. PLEASANT/2OC47/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI on lightly damaged Sunball cover. [Rated P] PO 1/1/1858;

2270 D A B2 2271 D A B1

2273 D A B2

$8 $6

2274 D B1

$15 $60 $20

2275 D A1 2276 * B B1 2277 * A- A1

$10

2278 S A B2

$30

2279 * A- A1

$15 $15 $20 $25 $5 $8 $15

$8 $20 $15

2280 D A A1 2281 D B A1 2282 D A B1 2283 D A B2 2284 * A B1 2285 * A A1 2286 S A A1 2287 * A- B1 2288 D A A1 2289 D A A1 2290 S A B2 2291 D A A1 2292 * A A1

$10

2293 D A1 2294 D A A1-

$15

2295 * A A1

$60

2296 D A A1

$20 $5

2297 D A A1

$30 $6

$40

Mount Lonarch: ‘MOUNT LONARCH/1MY58/VIC’ on 4d QEII. [Rated PP] PO 2/2/1885; RO 1/1/1920; PO 1/7/1927; closed 4/5/1976. Mount Macedon (2): light ‘MOUNT MACEDON/9OC36/VIC.’ (B1 backstamp) on 5d KGV with ‘MOUNT MACEDON’ on blue C5 ‘UPPER MACEDON’ registration label. Renamed from Macedon

2269 * A- A1

$6

1940.

2262 D A B1

Mount Moriac (2): MORIAC/11JL19/[VI]C’ on 1½d brown KGV. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Mount Moriac R.S. PO c.1909;

2272 D A B1

$25

Mount Hooghly: unframed ‘M[OUNT] HOOGHLY/AU9/15/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/3/1886; RO 1/6/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/

2268 D A A2

$15

30/4/1968.

2261 S A A2

2267 D A- A1

$12

$12

‘MT

2266 * A- B1

$8

PO 1/9/1865; closed 29/8/1975.

renamed Mount Evelyn Delivery Centre DC 14/6/1994.

2265 S A A2

$15

$15

2255 D A A1+ - ‘POSTAL MANAGER/16SEP1988/MT ELIZA VIC 3930’ in violet on 1c Living Together. [Only day recorded - the first offered by us.] 2256 S B A2 Mount Evelyn (1): ‘MT EVELYN/9OC29/[V]IC’ on 6d brown roo (damaged). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Evelyn PO 26/9/1913;

2264 * A- B1

$5

1921; closed 24/2/1978.

1/1/1924.

2263 * B A1-

$120

$20

2298 D B B1 2299 * A A1 2300 * A A1 2301 * A C1 2302 * A B12303 * A- A2

$20 $20 $10 $20 $20

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2304 * A A2 2305 D B1 2306 * B A2 2307 D A B2

‘MT

closed 31/7/1978.

$60

RO c.1902; PO c.1904, provisionally closed 11/9/1981; closed 31/10/ 1983.

$15

Mount Prospect: ‘MT PROSPECT/?JA60/VIC’ on 5d Xmas. [Rated PP] PO 12/5/1862; closed 5/12/1967. Mount Richmond (3): ‘MOUNT RICHMOND/7DE76/VIC’ (Closing Day) on 6c orange. [Rated PP] Renamed from

$30

Stuchberry’s RO 25/4/1916; RO 25/4/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 7/12/ 1976.

$30

1974.

$70

Mount Rowan: ‘MT ROWAN/3JA68/VIC’ on 1c & 4c QEII. [Rated PPP] PO 14/4/1867; RO 31/1/1908; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/3/

Mount Wallace: ‘MO[UN]T WALLACE/14MY32/VIC’ on 2d Bridge. [Rated PP] PO 1/9/1871; closed 30/10/1965. Mount Waverley: ‘PAID AT MT WAVERLEY/ 4DE62/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red. [Rated P] RO 9/10/1905; PO 1/10/1907. - double-circle ‘POSTMASTER/1JUL1981/MOUNT WAVERLEY, 3149’ (only recorded date) in red. Mount Waverley North: two strikes of ‘MOUNT WAVERLEY NORTH/9NO64/VIC-AUST’ on 5d Xmas and 2/- flower on Webster cover with blue registration label. PO 14/4/1959; closed 13/10/1983. Mount Waverley West: three strikes of ‘MOUNT WAVERLEY WEST/30JA70/VIC-AUST’ on 1c and 2c x2 QEII on Tyler cover (slight toning). [Rated P] PO 6/4/1964; closed 26/4/1977. Mountain View (1): framed ‘MOUNTAIN VIEW/SE21/07/VIC’ on 1d pink. PO 22/4/1901; TO 30/4/1937; closed 30/6/1959. Moutajup: ‘MOUTAJUP/26SE33/VIC’ on 6d kookaburra on slightly reduced cover with red C4 registration label, sent to Switzerland. [Rated P] PO 3/6/1872; closed 28/2/1975. - ‘MOUTAJUP/24FE75/VIC’ on 10c Environment. [Rated P] Moyhu: ‘MOYHU/4AP36/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/1/1868; LPO 20/7/1993.

Mudgegonga: ‘MUDGEGONGA/15SE49/VIC’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated P] PO 1/9/1876; closed 30/9/1969. Mulgrave (2): ‘MULGRAVE/22MY45/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PP] PO 1/1/1904; closed 31/5/1956. Mulgrave (3): two strikes of ‘MULGRAVE/24DE73/VIC-AUST’ on 80c Pioneer and 2c crab on Webster cover with blue registration label. PO 2/10/1967, provisionally closed 10/5/1978; closed 18/5/1978. Mulgrave East: ‘MULGRAVE EAST/PAID/5P2OC84/VIC-AUST3170’ in red on window-faced envelope. [The first time offered by us] PO 11/9/1978; replaced by Waverley Gardens PO 28/6/1993. - ‘RELIEF/15JE79/95/VIC-AUST’ on 1c crab. Mulgrave North: ‘PAID AT RELIEF/12AU80/53/VIC-AUST’ in red on West End Press window-faced long envelope (folded crease). PO 19/4/1971; renamed Brandon Park PO 6/4/1994. Mumbannar: ‘MUMBANNAR/11DE34/VIC’ on 2d Macarthur. [Rated P] PO 24/10/1887; closed 30/6/1971. Munro (2): ‘MUNRO/14MY60/VIC’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from

Munro R.S. PO 1/6/1919; closed 31/12/1976.

Murchison: ‘[MU]RCHISON/14SE17/[VIC]’ on 1d red KGV. Replaced Warranga PO 19/1/1855; LPO 3/2/1995.

- ‘MURCHISON/29SE26/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. - ‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/M.O.O./6AUG1998/MURCHISONVIC-3610’ in blue on 45c Cockatoo on long Doubleday cover. - ‘PAID AT MURCHISON/22JE65/VIC-AUST’ in red. [Rated PPP] Murchison East: ‘MURCHISON EAST/14AU44/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated P] Renamed from Murchison R.S. PO 10/11/1890;

$15 $12 $60 $20 $15 $20 $60 $12 $5 $15 $15 $15 $15 $10 $30 $15 $15 $4 $5 $25 $30

closed 31/12/1971.

$12

2/10/1941; closed c.-/1/1947.

$20

30/11/1995.

$15

Murchison Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. MURCHISON/23FE46/VICAUST’ on 2½d red KGVI on Department of the Army cover. PO Murgheboluc: ‘MURGHEBOLUC/12AUG30/VIC’ on ½d orange and 1½d red KGV. [Rated P] PO 1/7/1860; LPO 21/4/1994; closed Murmungee: ‘MURMUNGEE/21DE61/VIC’ on 1d purple QEII. [Rated PP] PO 1/11/1861; closed 3/12/1968. Murphy’s Creek: ‘MURPHY’S CREEK/■■■11NO33/VIC’ (time turned-off) on 2d red KGV(some toning, cut-to-shape). RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 2/12/1969.

Myrtleford: ‘MYRTLEFORD/3/4OCT1999/VIC AUST 3737’, on Alexander 27c PSE Opening of new L.P.O. cover. - ‘MYRTLEFORD/PAID/1OCT1999/5PM/VIC AUST 3737’, on Alexander 27c PSE Closure of Corporate P.O. cover. Newham: ‘NEWHAM/21SE71/VIC.’ (A1 backstamp) on 6c & 30c with blue registration label. [Rated PPPP] PO 16/9/1861; closed 30/9/1971.

Newlands Estate: ‘NEWLANDS ESTATE/7OC58/N14. VIC.’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 4/4/1949; LPO 19/7/1993. Newport: ‘NEWPORT/23JL36/VICTORIA’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Williamstown Junction PO

c.-/11/1881; LPO 16/5/1994.

- ‘NEWPORT W.15/11AP57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 3,4) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. Nicholson Street North: ‘NICHOLSON ST. NTH/18JE37/N.11’ (N.10 recut to N.11). [Rated PPP] PO 7/10/1929; closed 14/8/1979. Niddrie: ‘NIDDRIE/5OC66/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 6½,6) on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. Renamed from Keilor East PO c.1956.

North Essendon: ‘NORTH ESSENDON W.5/31DE53/VICAUST’ on QEII 3d. RO 7/5/1923; PO 1/10/1925; LPO 31/7/1995.

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2308 D A A2

North Melbourne: ‘NORTH MELBOURNE N.1/26SE51/VICAUST’ on 5d AAT. Renamed from Hotham PO c.-/10/1887. 2309 * A A1 - ‘RELIEF/PAID/5P 9NO84/1004/VIC AUST’ (used 18/10/198420/11/1984) in red. 2310 D A A1 North-West Mooroopna: ‘N.W.MOOROOPNA/17FE58/VICAUST’ on 4d. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/10/1965. 2311 D A A2+ Northcote (1): 26½mm ‘NORTHCOTE/24SE24/VIC.’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/8/1854; renamed Northcote Delivery Centre DC 24/7/ 2312 D A1 2313 * B A2

2314 D A- A1 2315 * A- B1

2316 * A- B1 2317 D A1 2318 * A A1 2319 * A A1 2320 * A A1 2321 D A1 2322 * A B1

2323 D A1 2324 * A A12325 D A A1 2326 D A1 2327 D A1 2328 D A A2 2329 D A B1 2330 D A B1 2331 S A B2 2332 * A A1 2333 * A A1 2334 D A A2 2335 * A- A1 2336 * A- A1 2337 * A A1 2338 * A A1 2339 * A A1 2340 D A12341 * C A2

2342 S A B2 2343 D A A22344 * A A12345 D A B1 2346 D A B1 2347 D B1 2348 S B B2

$5 $15 $40

1995.

$7

renamed Northcote Delivery Centre DC c.1995.

$4

- ‘PAID AT/26NO63/NORTHCOTE VIC.’ in red. PO 1/8/1854;

Northcote Central: ‘NORTHCOTE CENTRAL N.16/1NO63/VICAUST’ on 1d strip of 3 & 2/- on large Business Reply Envelope, small handstamp on provisional registration label, front only with TLC missing. PO 20/8/1925; closed 5/11/1966. Nullawil: ‘NULLAWIL/22JL25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV (cut-toshape). PO 26/4/1897; LPO 31/8/1994. Numurkah: 25mm ‘NUMURKAH/17OC59/VIC’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d blue QEII on cover to Shepparton with blue C6 registration label, strong horizontal crease. PO 2/11/

1878.

- ‘NUMURKAH/20OC56/VIC-AUST’ (A1- backstamp, arcs 7½,7) on 1/6d Hermes & 1d purple QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label, mild stain at BLC. - ‘PAID AT NUMURKAH/—?28OC61/VIC-AUST’ in red. Nunawading: ‘NUNAWADING L.P.O./1/16FEB1998/VIC. AUST. 3131’, on 45c on Alexander opening of new L.P.O.cover. Renamed from Tunstall PO 1/11/1945; LPO 16/2/1998.

- ‘NUNAWADING L.P.O./2/16FEB1998/VIC. AUST. 3131’, on Alexander 45c PSE opening of new L.P.O.cover. - ‘NUNAWADING L.P.O./3/16FEB1998/VIC. AUST. 3131’, on Alexander 45c PSE opening of new L.P.O.cover. Nutfield: ‘NUTFIELD/2SE60/VIC’. [Rated PP] RO c.-/10/1911; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 31/7/1964; closed c.-/9/1965.

Oakleigh (1): ‘OAKLEIGH SE.12/7SE59/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp, arcs 3,2) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/8/1854; replaced by Oakleigh Delivery Centre DC 27/9/1993.

- ‘OAKLEIGH /12JE68/VIC-AUST’ (SE.12 removed, arcs 3,2). [Rated PPPP - the only recorded date.] - ‘OAKLEIGH S.E.12/2DE58/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp, arcs 1½,1½) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. - ‘OAKLEIGH /3OC75/VIC-AUST’ (S.E.12 removed, arcs 1½,1½) on 4c. [Rated PPPP - the only date recorded.] - ‘PAID AT OAKLEIGH/5D14DE59/VIC’ in red. [Rated PPP] - ‘OAKLEIGH/PAID/3SE77/VIC-AUST-3166’ in red. Oakleigh East (1): ‘OAKLEIGH EA[ST]/1FE55/VIC’ on 3d & 4d. RO 15/6/1918; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Huntingdale PO c.1955.

Oakleigh South: ‘OAKLEIGH STH S.E13/27JA65/VIC-AUST’ on 2/5d Banksia. PO 1/9/1936; LPO 6/1/1995. - ‘OAKLEIGH STH /28AP72/VIC-AUST’ on 50c & cut-through 7c. Officer R.S. (1): unframed ‘OFFICER/MR11/?/VI[CTO]RIA’ [year slugs inked up] on c.1912 1d pink. Renamed from Officer’s Siding PO 21/3/1888; renamed Officer PO 6/1/1913.

Omeo (3): ‘OMEO/930A-8JE95/VIC-AUST’, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 1/1/1858; LPO 22/10/1993. - ‘RELIEF/22FE94/NO 29.’ on 45c Lifesaving on cover with Omeo senders address. [Used 19/1/94 - 11/3/94] Ormond (2): ‘ORMOND/22MY34/VICTORIA’ on 5d KGV. PO

22/7/1907; LPO 21/6/1993.

- recut ‘ORMOND/29SE47/VICTORIA’ on 2½d Shortland on cover, opened roughly at back. Ouyen: ‘OUYEN/1OC47/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI on cover. - ‘OUYEN/215P31AP99/VIC-3490’, on 45c on Alexander incorrectly cancelled on the 31st April, 1999 cover RO 22/10/1907; PO 1/10/ 1908; LPO 1/4/1999.

‘OUYEN/31MAR1999/VIC-3490’,

on 45c on Alexander last day of Corporate Post Office cover. - ‘LPO OUYEN/1APR1999/VIC. 3490’, on 45c on Alexander Opening of LPO cover. Pakenham (2): ‘PAKENHAM/PAID/16JA79/VIC-AUST-3810’ in red. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Pakenham East PO 1/10/1971. Pakenham East: ‘PAID AT PAKENHAM EAST/3D27JA5[?]/VICAUST’ in black on poorly opened Shire of Berwick cover.

Renamed from Pakenham R.S. PO 14/9/1908; renamed Pakenham PO 1/10/1971.

Panmure: unframed ‘PANMURE/MR7/10/VIC[TORIA]’ on 1d pink. PO 1/1/1867; LPO 30/6/1994. Paradise: ‘PARADISE/?AU35/[VIC]’ on 2d Jubilee. PO 20/5/1891; TO 1/2/1966; closed 14/3/1973.

Parkdale: ‘PARKDALE/10NO58/VIC.’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/Lyrebird & 3½d red QEII x2 on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. RO 6/1/1921; PO 1/12/1923; LPO 1/11/1993. Parkville: ‘PARKVILLE N.2/24MR55/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,2) on 3½d red QEII & 9d Platypus. [Rated PPP] PO c.-/12/1883; LPO 14/6/1996. (s) - ‘PARKVILLE N.2./5FE63/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,2) on 1d, 10d & 1/6d. [Rated PPP] - ‘PAID AT PARKVILLE N.2/ 25JE63/VIC-AUST’ (time turned off) in red. Parwan: 27½mm ‘PARWAN/[?]/VIC’ (arcs 9,10) on 1d red KGV (faults). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Parwan R.S. PO 1/7/1914; closed 30/4/1962.

$20 $5

$12 $12 $20

2349 * A B1

2354 S A A22355 D A A1 2356 S A A2 2357 S A A2 2358 * A A1-

2359 * A A12360 D A1

$6

2361 * A B1

$20

$20 $80 $15

2362 * A B1-

2363 * A A1-

2364 * A A1 2365 D A A1

$50 $40 $10

2366 D A1

$15

2367 D A A2

$20

2368 D A1

$20 $20 $6

2369 * A 2370 * A B1

$10

2371 D A A1

$15

2372 D A A1

$8 $6

2373 D A A2

$6

2375 D A A2

$6 $6 $30

2374 S A C2

2376 D A A1 2377

A

2378 D A- A1 $40

2379 * A- A1

$25

2380 D A1 2381 D A2 2382 D A2

$20

2383 D A1

$5

$40

27/9/1993.

- ‘PASCOE VALE STH W.7/26AP63/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/5d on cover with blue registration label. [Rated PP] - ‘PAID AT PASCOE VALE STH/3½D31JY56/VIC-AUST’ in black. 2351 D A1 2352 D A A1 Patterson Lakes: ‘RELIEF/1AP86/61/VIC-AUST’ (First Day) on 2c Coil. [Used 1/4/86 to 4/8/86.] PO 1/4/1986; LPO 3/8/1993. 2353 * A- A1- Pennydale: ‘PENNYDALE S.22/6NO58/VIC·AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with provisional blue C6 registration label, some mild insect damage. PO 3/3/1958; LPO 2350 * A B1

$6

$6

Pascoe Vale South: ‘PASCOE VALE STH/22OC59/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/8/1927; LPO

2384 D A A1

$50

2385 D A1

$10

2386 * A A1

$40

2387 D B1

27/10/1993; closed 25/8/1999.

Penshurst: light unframed ‘PENSHURST/DE4/6/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 1/9/1857; LPO 15/10/1993. Pimpinio: ‘PIMPINIO/9AU71/VIC’ on 6c. PO 9/3/1875; closed 30/4/

1980.

Pitfield Plains: unframed ‘PITFIELD PLAI[NS]/AP14/13/VIC’ on 1d roo. PO 1/1/1897; closed 3/9/1946. Port Fairy (2): 27mm ‘[P]ORT FAIRY/28NO36/V[IC.]’ on 2d red SA Centenary. Renamed from Belfast PO 20/7/1887; LPO 19/11/1997. Portarlington: ‘POST OFFICE/31MAR1998/1/ PORTARLINGTON 3223’, on 45c on Alexander closure of Corporate Post Office cover. Renamed from Port Arlington PO c.1866; LPO 1/4/1998.

- ‘POST OFFICE/1APR1998/1/PORTARLINGTON 3223’, on 45c on Alexander opening of Licensed Post Office cover. Prahran: ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/ 9AP64/VIC’ (time turned off) in red ink. PO 1/4/1853. Preston: ‘PRESTON/1OC59/VIC-AUST’ (A1- backstamp, arcs 3½,1½) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/3/1856. Preston South (2): ‘PRESTON SOUTH/12JY57/VIC’ (A1backstamp) on 1/6d Hermes & 1d purple QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 19/12/1927; LPO

$15 $40 $25 $10

$40 $4 $15 $10 $3

$6 $6 $8 $15

15/9/1993.

$20

PO c.1902; replaced by Collins Street East PO 20/6/1969.

$40

Public Offices: ‘PUBLIC OFFICES/1FE51/VIC’ on 2/Aboriginal Art pair & 9d Platypus on OHMS cover to Great Malvern, England, with blue C6 registration label. RH 22/9/1885; Queenscliff: ‘POST OFFICE/2JUN1995/QUEENSCLIFF 3225’, on 45c on Alexander Western Victora Postmarkers cover. Renamed from Shortland’s Bluff PO 1/1/1854; LPO 1/10/1998.

Rathscar: ‘RATHSCAR/27JY71/VIC’ on 1c. [Rated PPP] PO 15/5/

$6

1884; closed 31/1/1972.

$50

1920.

$40

PO 3/8/1914; LPO 5/7/1994; closed 8/8/1995.

$15

Caulfield Military Hospital PO c.1939.

$50

Red Cliffs: ‘PAID AT RED CLIFFS/■■■13AP67/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red ink. [Rated PPPP] RO 4/8/1920; PO 1/10/

Regent: ‘REGENT N.18/9JY48/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. Repatriation General Hospital Caulfield (1): ‘REPAT.GENL.HOSP.CAULFIELD S.E.8/2DE35/VIC.’. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Caulfield Military Hospital PO 1/7/1933; renamed

Research: Black & white PPC ‘Aqueduet Research’ (sic), real photo, unused. PO 20/10/1902; LPO 1/6/1994. Reservoir: ‘RESERVOIR.N.19/27MR56/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1½), on 1/0½d Registration Envelope to Melbourne. RO

$10

c.1921; PO 11/10/1926.

$25

Berlin PO c.-/11/1876; closed 19/6/1974.

$15

Rheola: ‘RHEOLA/23MR57/VIC’ on 4d Koala. Renamed from

- ‘RHEOLA/25JE61/VIC’ on 5d blue. [A similar item realised $55 many years ago.] Richmond (2): ‘RICHMOND E.1/2/14JE50/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d & 6d. PO 1/1/1858. - unframed ‘M_O[_&]S_B/OC19/91/RICHMOND’ on 6d blue Stamp Duty. [Very rare, recorded used 1891-2 only.] Richmond East: ‘RICHMOND EAST E.1/17JE53/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1) on 3d Wheat. Replaced Cremorne PO c.-/10/1923; LPO

2/7/1993.

Richmond South: ‘RICHMOND SOUTH/28FE35/VIC’ (arcs 3½,3½) on 5d KGV (cut-to-shape). RH 2/10/1871; PO c.1903. Ringwood (1): Official program for opening of new PO on 1/8/ 1972, includes a few historical notes. PO 2/8/1875; renamed Ringwood Business Centre BC 8/5/1994.

- ‘RINGWOOD/19JL34/VIC’ (arcs 5½,6 - recut) on 2d Vic Centenary (cut-to-shape). [Recorded used 1933-35 only.] - ‘RINGWOOD/23NO46/VIC.’ (arcs 9,7½) on 2½d Mitchell & 3d borwn KGVI on cover with blue registration label. - ‘PAID AT RINGWOOD/3D-18MR55/VIC.’. [Rated PPP] - ‘PAID AT RINGWOOD/22AU63/VIC.’ in red. Ringwood East: ‘PAID AT RINGWOOD EAST/—-15MR63/VICAUST’ (price? turned off) in red ink. RO c.1902; PO 17/2/1914; LPO

1/9/1997.

- ‘PAID AT RINGWOOD EAST/31AU72/VIC-AUST’ (date centred) in red ink. Ringwood North: ‘RINGWOOD NORTH/27OC73/VIC-3134’ on 3c Crab. [Rated PPP - stolen 1976.] RO 9/8/1920; PO 1/3/1927;

$50 $5 $50 $10 $5 $5 $20 $10 $40 $5 $12 $12

LPO 9/7/1993.

$40

PO 1/8/1955; LPO 23/4/1993.

$30

Robinson: ‘ROBINSON /4SE69/VIC-AUST’ (‘W.19’ removed).

Rochester: ‘BIRTH PLACE OF/[bike]/SIR HUBERT OPPERMAN/30OCT1998/ROCHESTER/VIC 3561’, on Alexander 27c PSE Closure of Corporate Post Office cover. - ‘PAID AT ROCHESTER/4JA68/VIC’ (date centred) in red. PO 11/5/1863; LPO 2/11/1998.

$6 $30


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 2388 D A A2 2389 D A A1 2390 D A A2 2391 * A A1 2392 * A B2

2393 * A B2 2394 * B B1

2395 D A A1 2396 D A1+ 2397 D A1 2398 D A A1 2399 D A A12400 D A A1

Rochford: unframed ‘ROCHFO[RD]/OC2/05/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 10/3/1863; closed 30/11/1965. - ‘ROCHFORD/6AP38/VIC’ on 2d red KGVI. Rubicon: ‘RUBICON/9?47/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO

1/7/1926; PO c.1927; closed 16/6/1964.

Russell Street: ‘RUSSELL ST. C.1/15NO46/VIC’ (arcs 4½,4½) on 5½d Emu on cover with blue registration label. PO 6/11/1924; replaced by 236 Bourke Street PO 2/11/1992.

- double-oval ‘RUSS[ELL ST.]/5NOV1942/MELB., C.1. VIC[. AUST.]’ (A1 backstamp) in violet on 1d & 2d on registered cover to “9th Aust. Division/.../A.I.F. Abroad”, blue registration label, red & white censor label tied by boxed ‘PASSED BY/V100.....’ (B1), ‘AUST BASE P.O./12DE42/NO 4’ (A2 - Tel-el-Kebir, Egypt) arrival on back. - ‘PAID AT RUSSELL STREET/1½D 4NO49/VIC.’ (no arcs) in black on Australian Student Christian Movement window envelope. Rutherglen: ‘RUTHERGLEN/M.O.O./20SE63/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp together with ‘MILDURA/23SE63/VIC.’ [Rated P]) on 5d blue QEII and 2/- flower on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/11/1860; LPO 1/7/1997.

Rye: ‘PAID AT RYE/11A18JY90/VIC-AUST’ in red on 1c Living Together. Renamed from Tootgarook PO 1/9/1870. - boxed ‘POSTAL MANAGER/11OCT1995/RYE, VIC. 3941’ [The first offered by us.] Rythdale: ‘RYTHDALE/29NO37/VIC.’ (arcs 6,6) on piece. Renamed from Rythedale PO c.1929; closed 14/1/1944.

Safety Beach: ‘SAFETY BEACH/10FE68/VIC-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. PO 1/10/1953; closed 5/12/1974. Sailor’s Falls: ‘SAILORS FALLS/11JA58/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Xmas. Renamed from Borland’s PO c.1947; closed 31/1/1972. Sale: ‘SALE/21SE34/VIC’ (arcs 4,4) on 2d Vic Centenary. Renamed from Flooding Creek PO 1/1/1854.

2406 D A1+

- ‘SALE/29MY61/VIC’ (arcs 4,4) on 6d Anteater on 5d QEII envelope with red ‘CERTIFIED MAIL’ (57x24mm) label. - ‘SALE VIC. 3850/31DEC1996/[black swan]’, on Alexander 45c PSE last day of pictorial postmark cover. - ‘M.O.O. SALE/19JA84/VIC·AUST’ on long APO cover. Sale North: ‘SALE [NORTH]/22MY65/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/5d Wren on Tatts cover (small tear) with blue registration label. PO 1/11/1951; LPO 13/7/1994. Sale R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. SALE/1■■10MR43/VICAUST’ on 1d maroon on Salvation Army cover (some toning) to University of Sydney. PO 12/2/1942; closed 12/1/1946. Salisbury (2): ‘SALISBURY/13MR69/VIC’ (Last Day). [Archival]

2407 D A A1

Salisbury West: ‘SALISBURY WEST/25JE57/VIC’ on 4d Koala.

2401 * A A1 2402 * A A1 2403 * A A! 2404 * B B2 2405 * A- B2

2408 S A A2 2409 D A- A1 2410 D A A1 2411 D A- B2 2412 D A B1

2419 D A1+ 2420 D A B2 2421 S A A2 2422 D A A12423 D A A12424 D A A1 2425 * A 2426 S A B2 2427 * A- B2 2428 D A B2 2429 S A A2 2430 D A A1

2435 D B1 2436 * B B2 2437 D A A1

$30 $15

$15 $10

2438 D A A2

2444 D A B2

$25

2445 D A A12446 D A A1

$6 $6 $20

2447 * A A2 2448 * B B1

2449 D A1 2450 * B B12451 D A A1

$25

PO 1/4/1878; closed 30/6/1971.

$15

2455 * A A2

c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1962.

$10

1862; closed 31/8/1978.

$10 $6

Samaria (2): ‘[SA]MARIA/2FE22/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. RO Sandford: ‘SANDFORD/17JE37/VIC’ on 2d red KGVI. PO 12/5/

- ‘SANDFORD/28SE66/VIC-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. Sandhill Lake: ‘SANDHILL LAKE/■?NO35/VIC’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). PO 1/7/1881; closed 30/12/1953. Sandon: partly overlapping double-strike ‘SANDON/■5MR36/ VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [The first offered by us] PO 9/6/1864; closed 30/6/1970.

11/8/1993.

1910; renamed Kallista PO 1/4/1925.

Scarsdale: ‘SCARSDALE/15NO15/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/6/

$40 $60 $8

$12 $20 $20

2457 * A B2 2458 S A A2 2459 * A B2

2460 * A- B1 2461 * A A1 2462 * B A2

$60

2463 * A A1

$60

2464 D A A1 2465 D A A1-

$10 $15 $20 $15

2466 S A A2 2467 D A1 2468 * A B1

$5 $5

2469 D A1

$15

2470 D A1

$20

2471 S A A2

1862; LPO 1/9/1993.

$5

1890; closed 5/7/1979.

$8

Scoresby (1): ‘SCORESBY/20JE35/VIC’ on 2d Jubilee. PO 20/1/

2456 D B B2

$15 $30

1895; LPO 18/6/1993.

- ‘PAID AT SEA LAKE/28NO73/VIC’ in red. - double-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/27SEP1991/SEA LAKE VIC., 3533’ on 43c Flower on Guide Dog cover. Seaford: ‘SEAFORD/21AU59/VIC’ on 4d red QEII. PO 6/3/1914;

LPO 4/5/1998.

Seaton: ‘SEATON/7NO52/VIC’ on 3½d brown KGVI. Renamed

$60

$20

- ‘SCOTSBURN/3DE37/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. Scott’s Creek: ‘SCOTT’S CREEK/26MR49/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 13/1/1879; LPO 2/5/1994; closed 31/7/2000. Sea Lake: ‘SEA LAKE/15FE37/VIC’ on ½d orange KGV. PO 2/10/

2442 D A A2

2440 D A A1-

2443 D A A2

$5

30/4/1971.

2441 D A A1-

2439 D A1+

$40

$25

Scotsburn: unframed ‘SCOTSBURN/AP30/24/VICTORIA’ on 1½d green KGV. Renamed from Scott’s Marsh PO 1/11/1889; closed

- double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/24DEC1980/SEAFORD, VIC. 3198’ (52x32½mm) on 10c Parrot. [The first offered by us] - ‘SEAFORD/PAID/12DE75/VIC-AUST-3198’ in red. [The first offered by us] Seaholme: ‘SEAHOLME W.18/28OC57/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d QEII. PO 2/7/1951; closed 21/1/1971. Seaspray: ‘SEASPRAY/29JA58/VIC’ on 4d Xmas. RO 28/12/

2453 D A A1 2454 D A B2

- ‘SANDOWN VILLAGE/PAID/5MP12DE91/VIC AUST 3171’ in black. Sandridge R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. SANDRIDGE/18FE47/ [V]IC’ on 1d QE. PO 9/12/1943; closed 31/8/1947. Sandringham: Multcoloured PPC ‘Sandringham Beach Victoria’. Renamed from Gipsy Village PO 1/1/1887; LPO 2/3/1998. - two strikes unframed ‘SANDRINGHAM/FE12/07/VIC’ on 1d pink on Rotary PPC sent to Bendigo. - ‘PAID AT/—-26FE68/SANDRINGHAM.VIC.’ in red on home-made wrapper. - ‘POSTAL MANAGER/26SEP1995/SANDRINGHAM, VIC. 3191’ on piece. [The first offered by us] Sandsmere: ‘SANDSMERE/13MR40/VIC’ on 2d red KGVI. [The first offered by us] PO 27/7/1889; closed 31/7/1948. Sandy Creek (2): ‘SANDY CREEK/16AP45/VIC’ on 2½d Gloucester. PO 1/1/1859, provisionally closed 18/4/1964. Sandy Point (2): ‘SANDY POINT/11FE54/VIC.’ on 3½d red QEII. TO 18/8/1924; RO 2/9/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1994. Sarsfield: ‘SARSFIELD/31DEC40/VICTORIA’ on 2d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). PO 1/4/1873; closed 28/2/1979. - ‘SARSFIELD./2OC56/VIC-AUST’ on ½d Roo and 3½d QEII. Sassafras Gully: Black & white PPC ‘The Crescent Sassafras Vic’, real photo, unused. PO 1/6/1901; LPO 27/10/1993. - framed ‘SASSAFRAS GULLY/25JA/16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. - ‘SASSAFRAS GULLY/29JL35/VIC’ on 1d green KGV pair on TUTT & STORRIE cover. Sassafras South (1): ‘SASSAFRAS SOUTH/10OC21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. Renamed from Sassafras South (Hughes) RO 28/5/

2418 * A A1

2434 D A A1

Renamed from Salisbury R.S. PO 7/6/1942; TO 30/11/1964; closed 13/3/ 1969.

2414 D A1

2417 * A A1

$10

2432 D A A12433 D A B1

2452 D A A1

Sandown Village: ‘SANDOWN VILLAGE/5JA83/VIC-3171’ (inverted year and decade wheels) on 2c Finch. PO 1/2/1961; LPO

2416 * A

$20

2431 S A A2

$15

2413 D A A2

2415 D A A2

$10 $15

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2472 D A1

1915; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 14/7/1994.

from Bald Hills (Gippsland) PO 1/8/1879; TO c.-/12/1967; closed 25/3/ 1969. Seaview (2): ‘SEAVIEW/3MY32/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. RO c.1902; PO 15/9/1917; closed 29/2/1960. Sebastian: ‘SEBASTIAN/19JE35/VIC’ on 2d Jubilee. PO 8/7/ 1874; closed 3/9/1976.

- light ‘SEBASTIAN/30AP73/VIC.-AUST.’ on 2c Coil. Sebastopol: ‘SEBASTOPOL/4DE54/VIC’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 5/10/1857; LPO 28/9/1993.

- ‘SEBASTOPOL/PAID/26SE84/VIC-AUST 3356’ in red on Telecom cover. Seddon: ‘SEDDON W.11/17AP53/VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/0½d Registered Letter with blue registration label. RO 29/9/

1908; TO c.-/9/1923; PO c.1935, provisionally closed 22/12/1976; closed 29/5/1978. Seddon West: ‘SEDDON WEST/1JL37/VIC’ on piece. RO 3/3/ 1924; PO 1/7/1925; LPO 3/11/1993.

- light ‘SEDDON WEST.W.11./7MY66/VIC-AUST’ on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. - ‘SEDDON WEST/VIC 3011/8JUN1990/POST OFFICE AGENT’ on 39c Antarctic. Sedgwick: ‘SEDGWICK/?DE58/VIC’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 1/3/

$6 $5 $8 $6 $10 $25 $5 $40 $10 $25 $15 $30 $40 $30 $15 $5 $15

$40 $15 $16 $6

1880; closed 23/9/1994.

$30 $5

PO 12/11/1923; closed 30/6/1994.

$10

- ‘SEDGWICK/14DE79/VIC’ on 4c red QEII. Selby: ‘SELBY/24NO52/VIC’ on 3½d brown KGVI. RO 1/8/1913; Separation Street, Geelong: ‘SEPARATION ST GEELONG/ 7JE68/VIC.AUST’ on 1c brown (LRD - cut-to-shape) on contemporary photo of agency. PO 1/8/1957; closed 31/5/1973. Serpentine: ‘SERPENTINE/3MY37/VIC’ (year wheel inverted recorded May 1932 - June 1937) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Serpentine Creek PO 8/3/1917; LPO 29/10/1993.

Serviceton (2): ‘SERVICETON /1SE41/VICTORIA’ (‘RLY’ removed) on 5d Merino on opened-out cover with blue registration label. PO c.1911; LPO 1/11/1993. Serviceton R.S. (1): ‘SERVICETON RLY/31OC16/[VICTORI]A’ on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Serviceton PO 1/7/1908; TO c.1911;

$30 $15 $20

closed c.1917.

$15

1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1968.

$40

LPO 2/5/1995.

$30

Seven Creeks: two overlapping strikes ‘SEVEN CREEKS/ 30MY67/VIC-[AUS]T’ on 10c Fish pair & 3c green pair on Tatts cover with provisional ‘Seven Creeks via Euroa’ blue registration label. [Overpaid by 2c - no apparent reason] RO 24/11/1924; PO Seville: ‘SEVILLE/14AU35/VICTORIA’ on 5d KGV on cover with provisional red C4 label. Renamed from Wandin North PO 1/6/1886;

- ‘SEVILLE/PAID/430M8AU88/VIC-AUST-3139’ in red on long Established Tree Transplanters cover. Seville East: ‘SEVILLE EAST/11DE67/VIC-AUST’ on 5c Xmas on cover (some missing flap). PO 5/7/1954, provisionally closed 8/1/

$20

$30 Seymour (1): framed ‘SEYMOUR/JY6/98/VICTORIA’ on ½d yellow Wrapper. PO 1/7/1844; renamed Seymour West PO 15/3/1911. $15 - unframed ‘M.O.& S.B/JE18/07/SEYMOUR’ on 1d pink. $10 Seymour (2): ‘SEYMOUR/15MR49/VIC’ on 2½d red and 3d brown KGVI. Renamed from Seymour East PO 15/3/1911. $20 - ‘SEYMOUR /7MR24/VIC’ (‘WEST’ ? removed) on 1½d green KGV. $6 - ‘violet double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/27FEB1941/SEYMOUR’ (47x26½mm). [Rated PPPP - the first offered by us] $100 - ‘SEYMOUR/15MY64/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 6,5½) on 6d Anteater and 5d blue QEII on Mikainis Photo Studio cover with red ‘CERTIFIED MAIL’ (58x22mm) label. $15 - light ‘PAID AT SEYMOUR/__D19OC64/VIC’ (price turned off) in red. $15 - violet rectangle (38½x29mm) ‘TELEGRAPH SECTION/ 8DEC1981/SEYMOUR 3660’. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us] $60 Seymour East: framed ‘SEYMOUR EAST/JY9/07/VIC’ on 1d pink. RH 1/3/1904; PO c.1905; renamed Seymour PO 15/3/1911. $10 Seymour Mail Centre: violet double circle ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/4JAN /Mail Centre Seymour,/Victoria 3660/Australia’ (1995 but year missing). [The first offered by us] MC 13/11/1977. $40 1969; closed 31/10/1969.


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2474 * B A2 2475 * A- A1 2476 D A B1 2477 * B A1

2478 * A B2 2479 * B A1

2480 S A B2 2481 D C B2 2482 D A A1 2483 * A B1 2484 D A A2 2485 D A B1 2486 S A B3 2487 D A A2 2488 D A B1 2489 D A A1 2490 D A A1 2491 * A 2492 * A 2493 * A A1 2494 * A A1 2495 * A A1 2496 D A1+ 2497 D A2 2498 D A1 2499 D A A1 2500 * A A1 2501 D A1 2502 * A A1 2503 D A A1 2504 * A 2505 D A A1 2506 * A B2

2507 D A B2 2508 D A A2 2509 D A A2 2510 D A B2 2511 S A A2 2512 D A A1

Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 1: ‘MIL.P.O.SEYMOUR/1/31OC39/ VIC.AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 1d green QEI and 3d blue KGVI on Leek cover (some toning) with provisional blue registration label. PO 9/10/1939; renamed Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 2 PO 31/9/1941. Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 2 (1): ‘MIL.P.O.SEYMOUR/2/27MR40/ VIC.AUST’ on 1d green QEI on YMCA cover to Tattersalls. PO 9/10/1939; renamed Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 30 PO 1/8/1941.

Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 4: 2 strikes ‘MIL.P.O. SEYMOUR/4/ 7NO39/VIC-AUST’ on block of ½d Roo x4 on cover (some tone spots). PO 9/10/1939; renamed Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 29 PO 1/8/1941. Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 5: ‘MIL.P.O.SEYMOUR/5/18SE40/VICAUST’ on 1d green AIF. PO 30/10/1939; renamed Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 25A PO 1/8/1941.

Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 17 (1): ‘MIL.P.O. SEYMOUR NO.17./ 9JA42/VIC-AUST’ on 1d brown QE on cover (roughly opened, some flap missing). Renamed from Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 3 PO 1/8/

2513 D A A1

$40 $40 $60 $30

- triple-oval ‘ELECTRONIC MAIL/19JUL1990/ST.KILDA VIC 3182’ (ERD) on 41c Cycling. [The first time offered by us] 2514 * A A1+ - ‘ST. KILDA ___/M.O.O./9AP87/VIC-AUST’ (‘S.2.’ removed) on long APO cover. [LRD] 2515 * A A1- - ‘PAID AT ST KILDA S.2/2D15FE51/VIC-AUST’ on cover to Myers Melbourne. 2516 * A- A2 - double-circle ‘AUSTRALIA [POST]/P.S.[C.]/FAX: 953[7 1830]/ 11APR1997/PH: 9534 3984/ST.KILDA VIC. 3182’ on 45c Dogs on long Robotron cover (slight damage when opened). violet triple-oval ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE/ 2517 D A1 13MAY1982/ST.KILDA, 3182’ (ERD). [The first offered by us] 20AP60 /VIC2518 D A B1 St. Kilda Junction: ‘ST KILDA JUNCTION S.2./ AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. PO 1/9/1936; closed 30/11/1993. 2519 * A A1+ St. Kilda R.S.: ‘ST. KILDA RAIL S2/6MR57/VIC.’ on 10d blue QEII (FDC) on unaddressed Royal cover with red ‘CERTIFIED MAIL’ label (21x57mm) label attached. Renamed from St. Kilda

1941; closed 14/4/1947. $10 West PO 1/10/1886; replaced by St. Kilda West PO 24/10/1970. Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 17 (2): ‘MIL.P.O.SEYMOUR NO.17./ 2520 D A1 St. Kilda Road: ‘PAID AT ST.KILDA ROAD S.C.2/3JA68/VIC27AU57/VIC-AUST’ on ½d Roo on 3½d QEII envelope. [Rated AUST’ in red. PO 2/5/1938. PPPP - the first offered by us] PO 11/1/1951; closed 9/9/1961. $100 2521 D A1+ St. Kilda Road Central: double-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/ Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 25A: ‘MIL.P.O. SEYMOUR NO25A/ 15AUG1994/ST.KILDA ROAD CENTRAL RETAIL 3004’ (ERD). 11NO41/VIC-AUST’ on 1d green QE on cover (roughly opened, [The first offered by us] PO 12/11/1960. tear). Renamed from Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 5 PO 1/8/1941; closed 5/4/ 2522 D A1+ St. Kilda South: violet ‘POSTMASTER/26AUG1981/ST. KILDA 1943. $60 SOUTH VIC. 3182’ (ERD). PO 27/10/1913. Seymour Military Camp (2): ‘[SEY]MOUR MIL CAMP/9MY16/ 2523 S A A2 St. Kilda West (1): left half of unframed duplex ‘ST KILDA VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO c.-/7/1915; closed 1/5/1918. $30 WEST/JA6/85/VICTORIA’ on 4d red. PO c.-/3/1879; renamed St. Seymour South: ‘SEYMOUR SOUTH/1AP61/VIC-AUST’ on Kilda R.S. PO 1/10/1886. part of 2½d Stamp centenary (cut-to-shape through stamp). PO 2524 D A A1 St. Kilda West (2): violet ‘POSTAL MANAGER/PHONE/ $15 7/11/1955; LPO 31/8/1994. 28SEP1988/534 5152/ST. KILDA WEST, VIC. 3182’ (ERD) on 1c Seymour West (2): ‘SEYMOUR WEST/2JY63/VIC-AUST’ on 1d Living Together. [The first offered by us] Replaced St. Kilda R.S. PO purple QEII. PO 2/2/1953; closed 17/12/1968. $50 26/10/1970; LPO 5/1/1998. 27OC82 O Shandeen: ‘RELIEF/ /N 26.’ on long APO cover with 2525 D A1 - violet rectangle ‘POSTMASTER/31AUG1981/ST.KILDA WEST ‘SHANDEEN’ handstamp. PO 18/5/1960; LPO 6/7/1993. $10 3182’ (50½x31mm - ERD). [The first offered by us] 28AP61 Shannon Valley: ‘SHANNON VALLEY/ /VIC-AUST’ on 5d 2526 D A A1 St. Leonards: ‘ST. LEONARDS/29MR35/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV. NT. TO 27/3/1956; renamed Shannon Vale TO 30/9/1968. $100 PO 1/3/1863; LPO 8/3/1994. Sheep Hills: ‘SHEEP HILLS/20JA47/VIC’ on 2½d Mitchell. 2527 * A A1 Sunshine Business Centre: ‘SUNSHINE B.P.C./MAILROOM/ Renamed from Kingumwill PO 1/9/1886; closed 30/6/1981. $8 16OCT2000/VIC. 3020’ (opening day), on 45c on Alexander Shelbourne (1): unframed ‘SHELBOURNE/??/21/[VICTORIA]’, opening of Sunshine Business Centre cover. BC 16/10/2000. on 2d orange KGV. PO 24/3/1871; closed 25/7/1976. $20 2528 * A A1 Surrey Hills: ‘PAID AT SURREY HILLS /14DE72/VIC-AUST’ - ‘SHELBOU[RNE]/2MY60/VIC’ on 5d blue QEII. $20 (E.10 removed, dateline centered) on window envelope. PO 1/10/ 1884; LPO 21/6/1993. Shelford: unframed ‘SHELFORD/MR31/19/VICTORIA’ on 1½d black-brown KGV. Renamed from The Leigh PO 1/1/1854; LPO 20/5/ 2529 * A A1- Sydenham: ‘SYDENHAM/31OC97/VIC’, on 45c on Alexander 1994. $8 closure of Sydenham Post Office cover. Renamed from Sydenham R.S. PO c.1891; LPO 7/10/1994; closed 31/10/1997. - 2 strikes ‘SHELFORD/31AU34/VIC’ on ½d orange KGV pair. $10 14JA67 Shelley: ‘SHELLEY/ /VIC-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. PO 1/9/ 2530 * A A1 Tawonga South: ‘TAWONGA SOUTH LPO/2JUN1997/362386/ VIC 3698’, on 45c on Alexander Counter dates Stamps of 1962; closed 31/5/1969. $100 Victoria cover. TO 10/2/1930; PO 15/4/1943; LPO 1/7/1993. Shepparton (2): Sepia PPC ‘Wyndham Street Shepparton’, unused. PO 1/5/1858. $12 2531 * A A1 Torrita: 2 strikes of ‘TORRITA/29DE83/VIC’, on 25c & 5c on Aust. Post Souvenir cover. Renamed from Nyang PO 1/9/1921; closed 3/1/ Sorrento: Black & white PPC ‘Diamond Bay, Sorrento’, real 1984. photo, unused. PO 10/1/1871. $10 2532 * A A1 Warburton (3): ‘WARBURTON/30JUN1998/VIC-3799’, (arcs Southland Annexe: ‘SOUTHLAND RETAIL/7/26AUG1999/ 4,4) on Alexander 45c PSE closure of Corporate Post Office POST SHOP 3192’, on 45c on Alexander opening of New cover. PO c.1884; LPO 30/6/1998. Annexe Retail Post Shop cover. PO 26/8/1999. $6 2533 * A A1 - ‘WARBURTON/30JUN1998/VIC. 3799’, (arcs 19,19) on - ‘SOUTHLAND RETAIL/8/26AUG1999/POST SHOP 3192’, on Alexander 27c PSE opening of New Annexe Retail Post Shop Alexander 45c PSE closure of Corporate Post Office cover. cover. $6 2534 * A A1 - ‘WARBURTON/30JUN1998/VIC.-3799’, (arcs 0,0) on 25MR87 Alexander 45c PSE closure of Corporate Post Office cover. St. Albans: ‘ST.ALBANS/M.O.O./ /VIC-AUST’ on long APO cover. PO 22/10/1888. $15 2535 * A A1 - ‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/*/1JUL1998/*/WARBURTON VIC 3799’, on Alexander 45c PSE opening of LPO cover. - violet triple-oval ‘POSTMASTER/28NOV1986/TELEPHONE 366 2119/ST. ALBANS, VIC. 3021’. [Rated PPP] $40 2536 * A A1 Warrnambool: ‘WARRNAMBOOL/31MAR1995/VIC. 3280’, on violet double-oval ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE/ 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 1/1/ 15APR1983/ST.ALBANS, VIC.’ [Only date recorded - first time 1849. offered by us] $60 2537 S A B3 Whorouly South: ‘WHOROU[L]Y S[OUT]H/7AU[34]/[VIC]’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated PPP] RO 27/7/1920; closed 30/9/1947. St. Arnaud: ‘ST ARNAUD/3OC35/VIC’ (arcs 7½,7½) backstamp on piece. PO 1/2/1856; LPO 1/3/1999. $20 2538 * A A1 Woodend (2): ‘WOODEND/(2)/4MAY1998/VIC AUST 3442’, on T 45c on Alexander Woodend LPO opening cover. PO 1/11/1856; - ‘S ARNAUD/27DE57/VIC.’ (arcs 6½,7) on ½d Roo and 3½d LPO 4/5/1998. Xmas. $5 2539 * A Woomelang: real-photo PPC of Presbyterian Church - ‘ST ARNAUD/1MAR1999/VIC AUST 3478’, on Alexander 27c Woomelang, unused. PO 10/8/1900; LPO 28/6/1994. PSE Opening of St Arnaud LPO cover. $6 21OC64 2540 * A A1 World Trade Centre: ‘POLLY/WOODSIDE/MARITIME PARK/ - ‘PAID AT ST AR[N]AUD/— /VIC-AUST’ (Price turned off) [Polly Woodside]/15AUG1997/World Trade Centre/Victoria in red. $15 3005’, on 45c on Alexander closure of post office cover. - ‘ST ARNAUD/PAID/26FEB1999/VIC AUST 3478’, on 45c on Alexander Closure of St Arnaud Corporate Post Office cover. $6 VICTORIA | Reliefs St. Arnaud North (2): ‘ST ARNAUD NORTH/14JE61/VIC’ on 5d 2541 * A A1 5: red square datehead ‘RELIEF/5/PAID - PAID/1979/4MAY/ blue QEII. PO 15/12/1898; closed 30/4/1971. $20 VIC-AUST’ machine cancel on cover with crown insignia of St. Bernard’s Hospice (1): Multicoloured PPC ‘Snowballing at Governor on back flap. Mt St Bernard, Victorian Alps’, used 1907. RO 6/6/1921; closed $15 WESTERN AUSTRALIA 20/5/1922. 2542 F C 1854 Imperf Recess 1d black, SG #1, Cat £200, few faults good St. Fillan’s: ‘ST FILLAN’S/11MR30/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. spacefiller. Replaced Dunholm TO 20/3/1909; PO 1/4/1915; closed 31/1/1936. $60 1857-59 Imperf Hillman Litho Wmk Swan 6d grey-black SG 19 2543 F C St. George’s Road, Thornbury: ‘[S]T.GEORGES RD. Cat £500, cut to shape. THOR[NBURY] N17/10AU63/VIC.’ (B1 backstamp) on 2/5d 2544 F A B1 1861 Recess Wmk Swan Clean Cut Perf 14-16 2d blue SG 41. Banksia on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/9/1936; closed $30 2545 F A B1 - 6d purple-brown SG 42. 1/7/1977. 2546 F A B1 1864-79 Wmk Crown/CC (Sideways) Perf 12½ 1/- bright green St. Germains: framed ‘ST GERMAINS/JL1/27/VIC’ on 1½d SG 61. Canberra. Renamed from Wyuna PO 1/8/1878; closed 30/4/1963. $30 T 2547 F A B1 - 1/- sage-green SG 62. St. Helen’s: ‘S HELENS/10JE58/VIC’ on 4d QEII. RO c.1902; PO $10 2548 * A B1 1871-73 Wmk Crown/CC (Sideways) Perf 14 3d pale brown 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1967. SG 63. - ‘ST HELENS/26JY62/VIC-AUST’ on 5d Xmas. $20 T 2549 * A B1 1882-85 Recess Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 14 6d lilac, St. Helier: ‘[S ] HELIER/20FE50/VIC’ on 2½d Forrest. Renamed SG #80, Cat £95. from Fern Hill PO 1/8/1896; RO 31/8/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/ $15 2550 F A B1 - 6d lilac SG 80. 1960. T St. James: ‘S JAMES/29JE23/VIC’ on 1½d green KGV. PO 2551 * A B1 1885 Surcharges on 3d pale brown SG 91. $5 2552 * A A1 1898-1907 Wmk W Crown A 1d carmine SG 112. 16/1/1882; LPO 9/11/1993. T 2553 * A B1 - 6d bright violet SG 115 Cat £22. St. Kilda (2): ‘S KILDA S.2./23NO57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4,2 VPA Congress) in green on 3½d Xmas. Renamed from Windsor PO 2554 * A C1 1902-12 Wmk V/Crown Perf 12½ or 12½x12 1d carmine-rose, $6 SG #117, Cat £14. 1/7/1858; closed 2/2/2001.

$60 $15 $50 $30 $60 $10

$30 $20 $60 $30 $60

$60 $60 $5 $6 $12 $6 $6 $10 $6 $6 $6 $6 $6 $50 $6 $20 $6

$15 $45 $80 $30 $50 $25 $50 $45 $80 $15 $35 $4 $25 $8


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 2555 F A B1 2556 **/* A B1 2557 ** A B1 2558 * A B1

1902-12 Wmk V/Crown Perf 11 5d bistre SG 132. 1905-12 Wmk Crown/Double-Lined A Perf 12½ or 12½x12 ½d green block of 4 (3**), SG 138. - 3d brown SG 141. 1905-12 Wmk Crown/Double-Lined A Perf 11 1d rose-pink SG 151.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Fiscals 2559 F A A1 1893 Long Types Wmk Crown/CA 1d, SG #F11. 2560 F A B1 - 2d SG F12, postally used but with blue pencil mark. 2561 G A A1 - 6d SG F14. 2562 F A A1 - 5/- pen cancelled 1885, fiscal use but scarce. 2563 * A A1 1897 Long Type Wmk W Crown A 1d, Cat #F19. 2564 F A A1 - 3d, SG #F20. 2565 F A A1 - 6d, Cat #F21. WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1879 ½d brown on pale pinkish brown, PSSA #PC1. 2566 *** A 1892 Surcharge 1½d on 3d green, PSSA #PC5, Cat $15, some 2567 *** A discolouration mostly to top edge, small tear to TRC. WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Commercial Perfins Goode, Durrant & Co: ‘GDCO’ inverted and reversed on 1d 2568 F A swan. WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 15-Bar Numerals 2569 S A A1- 6: on 1890 1d carmine swan pair. Allocated to Albany-PO 14/10/

29/10/1865; Re-allocated to North District PO 29/10/1865; closed 25/10/ 1872; Re-allocated to North District PO 25/10/1871; renamed Cossack PO c.-/8/1876; closed 31/5/1919.

renamed Carnarvon PO 15/8/1884. 7: on 1890 2d grey. Allocated to Northam-PO 23/4/1847. 16: on 1890 2d grey. Allocated to York-PO 16/6/1840. 17: on 1898 2d yellow (tear). Allocated to Derby-PO c.-/6/1884.

- on 1890 2d grey. 30: on 1898 2d yellow. Allocated to Roebourne-PO 1/8/1878.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 2582 D A A1 Albany: ‘ALBANY/9-A-8DE46/W.A.’ (C30T) on2½d Mitchell x2.

Bassendean: ‘BASSENDEAN/-2DE46/W.A’ (C28) on 2½d Mitchell. Renamed from West Guildford PO 23/9/1923. Bayswater: ‘BAYSWATER/18AU1937/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A27) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/8/1898. Beacon: ‘BEAC[ON]/29JY55/W.A.’ (LRD) on 3½d AAT, spike hole. TO 1/12/1931; PO 15/2/1933. Bedford West: ‘BEDFORD WEST/15APR1987/W.A. 6052’ (G32Rc) on Official Mail cut-out. Renamed from Inglewood North PO

31/12/1964.

1/7/1966.

Belka: ‘BELKA/12NO53/WESTERN AUSTRLIA’ (A27) on 3½d SA Centenary (cut-to-shape). RO 15/10/1914; PO 1/3/1921; closed 31/12/1984.

Bindi Bindi: ‘BINDI

9/10/1925; PO 1/7/1927.

BIND/26SE75/WA-6574’

(G31) on 18c. RO

Bindoon: ‘BINDOON/26FE68/WEST-AUST’ (LRD) on 5c blue.

TO 16/8/1944; PO 1/8/1947.

Borden:

‘BORDEN/18MR70/WEST-AUST’

1916; PO 1/1/1923.

(E31) on 5c. TO 1/7/

2594 D A A2+ Bowgada: ‘BOWGADA/25JE46/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A28) on 2½d red and 3d brown KGVI. RO 15/1/1923; PO 22/11/1926; 2595 S A A2

2601 D A A1

$8

2620 D A A1 2621 D A A2

$5

2622 D A B1 2623 D A B1

$5

2624 D A A1-

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

2625 D A A1

$12 $4 $4 $10

- ‘CARNARVON/16OC32/W.A.’ (C31) on 5d KGV. Cheetarra: ‘CHEETARRA/23JY70/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 5c QEII. PO 1/9/1955; closed 29/3/1985. Cloverdale (2): ‘CLOVERDALE/-3MY77/WA-6105’ (G31-b). PO

renamed Buckland Hill PO 1/1/1931.

Cranbrook: light framed ‘CRANBROOK/JY9/10/W.A.’ (3b) on 1d Swan. PO 1/12/1893. Cuballing: ‘CUBALLING/-5AP50/WESTN AUST.’ (B30) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/8/1895. Cunderdin: ‘CUNDERDIN/18AU36/WESTN AUST’ (B28) on 5d KGV (cut-to-shape). PO 1/3/1903. - ‘CUNDERDIN/24JE74/WA-6407’ (G31-b) on 7c Agate. Dalwallinu: ‘DALWALLINU/16NO55/WESTN AUST.’ (B28) on 3½d SA Centenary. RO 12/11/1910; PO 18/11/1924. - ‘DALWALLINU/28MY65/WEST AUST’ (Ea31) on 5d green QEII. Dandaragan (3): ‘DANDARAGAN/-4SE62/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 5d Stuart. PO 15/8/1896. - ‘DANDARAGAN/430P18FE86/WA-6507’ (G33T) on 33c. Dardanup: ‘DARDANUP/18OC37/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 2d red KGVI. PO 22/10/1867. Dawesville: ‘DAWESVILLE/13JY84/WA-6210’ (G31) on 30c. PO c.-/10/1972.

Dongara: ‘DONGARA/10AU67/WEST AUST’ (Ea31) on 4c QEII.

2629 S A A2

- ‘SAVINGS BAN[K]/JL20/08/DONGA[RRA] (SBi - LRD) on 2d Swan. Doodlakine: ‘DOODLAKINE/-5AP83/WA-6411’ (G31) on 27c. PO

2633 D A A1 2634 D A1 2635 D A A1 2636 D A A2

$6 $5

Brunswick PO c.-/6/1909.

$6

1931; renamed Mosman Park PO 12/10/1937.

$5

$25 $5 $5 $6 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4

$4

1/9/1905.

Dowerin: ‘DOWERIN/21NO55/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 3½d QEII pair (cut-to-shape through 1 stamp). RO 1/9/1906; PO c.1908. Dumbleyung: ‘DUMBLEYUNG/6MAY3[?]/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). PO 8/6/1909. - ‘DUMBLEYUNG/8SE58/WESTN AUST’ (B28) on 3½d red QEII. Dwellingup: double-circle ‘DWELLINGUP/22APR1986/W.A. 6213’ (Gd/c28-a - LRD by 2 years) on Official Mail cut-out. RO 16/9/1910; PO 1/4/1911.

Fimiston: ‘FIMISTON/26JA62/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 5d Christmas. PO c.1901. Fremantle: ‘FREMANTLE/5-P-5JY34/W.A.’ (C30T-d - LRD) on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 4/12/1829. Gascoyne Junction: ‘GASCOYNE-JUNCTION/19MR49/ WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 2½d von Mueller. RO 1/8/1913; PO

2639 D A A1+ Geraldton: ‘GERALDTON/5-A-8DE21/WESTN AUST’ (B30T-a) on 2d orange KGV. Renamed from Champion Bay PO 5/6/1874. 2640 D A A1 - ‘GERALDTON/4-P-6AU64/WEST-AUST’ (E30T-a) on 5d QEII. 2641 D A A1- Gingin: ‘GINGIN M.R./11AU46/W.A.’ (C27 - Midland Railway) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 2/1/1855. 2642 D A A1 Gnowangerup: ‘GNOWANGERUP/2-P22JE81/WA-6335’ (G31T) on 22c. PO 9/5/1910. 2643 S A A2 Goomalling: ‘GOOMALLING/4 5P—9AU29./[WEST]ERN AUSTRALIA’ (A30T) on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/12/1904. 2644 D A A1 Gosnells: ‘GOSNELLS/26JE63/WEST-AUST’ (E31-b) on 5d Blue Mountains. PO 16/2/1905. 2645 D A1 - ‘PAID AT GOSNELLS/1?MR86/WEST AUST’ (Ea31) in red. 2646 D A A2 Grass Patch (2): ‘GRASS PATCH/30JY69/WEST AUST’ (Ea31) on 5c. PO 8/7/1926; TO 28/1/1950; PO 1/12/1950. 2647 D A A1 Greenbushes: ‘GREENBUSHES/16OC52/W.A.’ (C30) on 3½d KGVI. PO 5/5/1891. 2648 S A B2 Gunyidi: ‘GUN[YIDI]/6JL2[1]/WESTN AU[ST.]’ on 2d orange KGV. RO 15/8/1911; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/10/1948. 2649 S A A2 Gwalia: ‘GWALIA/11FE32/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25-b) on 3d KGV. RO 1/10/1903; PO 16/8/1906; closed 15/2/1964. 2650 D A A1 - ‘GWALIA/11SE59/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 4d QEII. 2651 S A A2 Harrismith: ‘HARRISMITH/17OC24/WESTN AUST.’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 16/1/1916; closed 31/3/1982. 2652 S A A2 Harvey (2): framed ‘HARVEY/DE12/08/W.A.’ (3b) on 1d Swan pair. PO 1/2/1895. 2653 D A A1 - ‘HARVEY/11-A25AU55/WESTN AUST.’ (B29T) on 3d QEII.

$6

$6

Renamed from Dongarra PO c.1887.

$4

$4

$5 $4

$4

2638 D A A1-

$4

$8

28/8/1968.

$4

$5

$4

$5 $4

- ‘COLLIE/130P29MR74/WA-6225’ (G31T) on 7c QEII. Coolup: framed ‘COOLUP/NO23/20/W.A.’ (3b) on ½d green KGV. RO c.-/7/1897; PO 16/7/1903. Coomberdale: ‘COOMBERD[ALE]/14AP27/W.A.’ (C25) on 1½d red KGV. RO 17/5/1909; PO 14/2/1910; closed 6/7/1990. - ‘COOMBERDALE/29AP81/WA-6512’ (G31) on 5c. Corrigin: 2 strikes of ‘CORRIGIN/9DE36/WESTN AUST.’ (B27) on 2d Cable pair. RO 1/4/1911; PO c.1912. Cottesloe Beach: ‘[C]OTTESLOE BEACH/4JY1922/ [WESTE]RN AUSTRALIA’ (A28) on 5d KGV. PO 20/7/1905;

2628 D A A1

2632 D A A1-

$5 $4

Renamed from Collie Fields PO 27/10/1899.

2626 D A A1 2627 D A A1

2631 D A A1

$4

$4

Derby: ‘DERBY/-8NO46/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A29) on 5½d Emu. PO c.-/6/1884. - ‘DERBY/5SE65/WEST AUST’ (Ea31) on 5d red QEII. Dianella: ‘DIANELLA/5-P25SE80/WA-6062’ (G31T) on 22c. PO

2630 D A A1

$4

23/2/1970.

2637 D A B1

Renamed from Roebuck Bay PO 1/1/1892.

Buckland Hill: ‘BUCKLAND HILL/-1MR37/W.A.’ (C30-a) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Cottesloe Beach PO 1/1/

PO 15/8/1884.

$5

$5

Broomehill: framed ‘BROOME[HIL]L/DE2/98/W.A.’ (#3b) on 2d grey (2 surface abrasions). Replaced Eticup PO c.1889. Brown Hill: framed ‘BROWN HILL/AP29/13/W.A’ on 1d on 2d yellow cut-out. RO 14/10/1902; PO 18/1/1904; closed 31/10/1930. Bruce Rock: ‘BRUCE ROCK/21NO28/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A27) on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Nunagin PO c.-/11/1913. Brunswick Junction: ‘BRUNSWICK JUNCTION/25SE23/ WESTN AUS.’ (B28) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). Renamed from

2615 S A A2-

2618 D A B1 2619 D A A1

closed 30/4/1971.

Broad Arrow (2): 25mm ‘BROAD ARRO[W]/NO10/00/W.A.’ (#3b-a) on 1d Postal Fiscal. Renamed from Kurawa PO c.1898;

2597 S A A2

2600 D A A1

2614 S B A2

$5

Broome: ‘BROOME/PAID/26MR86/W-AUST-6725’ in red.

2599 S A A2

$10

2612 D A A1 2613 D A A1

closed 12/10/1974.

2596 D A1

2598 S A A2

2611 S A A2

$4

2586 D A A1

2593 D A A1

$10

PO 17/5/1907.

Kingsford PO c.1936.

2608 S A A2+ Collie: ‘COLLIE/16FE37/WESTNAUS[T]’ (B28-c) on 5d KGV.

$25

$4 $4

Armadale: ‘ARMADALE/-4SE34/W.A.’ (C28). PO 1/9/1898. Bakers Hill: ‘BAKER’S HILL/22NO55/W.A.’ (C30). RO 1/6/1906;

Banksiadale: ‘BANKSIADALE/1NO61/WEST-AUST’ on 5d blue. Renamed from No. 2 State Mill, Dwellingup PO 9/11/1937; closed

2592 D A A2

2607 D A1

2609 D A A1 2610 S A B2

PO 14/10/1834.

2585 D A A1

2591 D A A2

2605 D A A1 2606 D A B1

2617 D A A1

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 12-Bar Numerals 2575 S A A2- 2: of Perth on 1d bistre P14. Allocated to Perth-PO 4/5/1830. 2576 S A B2 5: on 1890 1d Swan pair. Allocated to Gascoyne-PO c.-/1/1882;

2590 D A A1

$10 $65 $20 $50 $40 $10 $20

$6

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 9-Bar Numerals 2574 S A B2 8: on 1890 1d carmine. Allocated to Fremantle-PO 4/12/1829.

2589 D B1

2604 S A A2

Busselton PO c.1900.

24: on 1d bistre P14. Allocated to North District-PO 18/2/1865; closed

2588 * A- A2

$50

Busselton West: ‘BUSSELTON WEST/30JL82/WA-6280’ (G33) on 27c. PO 27/9/1948. Carnarvon: 2 strikes of ‘CARNARVON/1OCT10/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25-a) on 1d Swan pair. Renamed from Gascoyne

2616 D A A1

2573 S A B2

2587 D A A1

2603 D A A1

$5

21: on 1890 1d carmine. Allocated to Vasse-PO 1/12/1842; renamed

2583 D A1 2584 D A1

$45 $40

Bullsbrook (1): ‘BULLSBROOK/?OC22/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (ERD) on 2d red KGV. PO 15/9/1904; renamed

PO 5/6/1874.

2572 S A A2

A B2 A A2 B B2 A A2 A B2

2602 D A B1

$4 $7

13: on 1d bistre. Allocated to Pinjarra-PO 1/1/1856. 20: on 1d ochre. Allocated to Geraldton-Renamed from Champion Bay

2577 S 2578 S 2579 S 2580 S 2581 S

$50

1834.

2570 S A- A2 2571 S A B2

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18/8/1924.

Gelorup: ‘GELORUP/8AU73/WA-AUST’ (F31) on 7c QEII. PO 1/7/ 1964.

$40 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $10 $4 $6 $4 $8 $4 $5 $4 $4 $10 $4 $8 $8 $5 $3 $5 $4


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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 Hines Hill: ‘HINES HILL/-2AUG37/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25) on 2d red KGV. PO 12/4/1906; closed 1/8/1983. Holyoake: ‘HOLYOAKE/23JE54/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 3½d Telegraph. PO 1/2/1911; closed 24/1/1961. Jandakot: ‘JANDAKOT/9JY68/W.A’ (C31) on 5c QEII. RO 1/3/

$4

1/7/1929.

$5

18/6/1894.

$4

Kalannie: ‘KALANNIE/6JE47/W.A.’ on 2½d Shortland. Opened

Kalgoorlie: ‘KALGOORLIE/5-A-3AP.15/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25T-a) on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Hannans PO

2662 S A A2 2663 S A B2

Lion Mill: ‘LION MILL/7AUG22/[WESTN AUSTRALIA]’ on 2d red

2661 D A A1

2664 D A A1 2665 * A A1 2666 S A A2 2667 D A A12668 D A- A1 2669 D A A12670 D A A1 2671 D A A1 2672 D A A1 2673 D A A1 2674 D A B3

PO 1/2/1918.

KGV. RO 1/7/1895; PO c.-/1/1896; renamed Mount Helena PO c.-/7/ 1924.

‘MANJIMUPP/28AU13/WESTN

Manjimup: AUST.’ on 1d roo. [last P removed after 2 yrs use.] PO 5/2/1912. 29AP83 - ‘MANJIMUP/PAID/ /W-AUST-6258’ on plain cover to Alexandria NSW. Marrinup: ‘MARRINUP/28AP36/WESTN AUST.’ on 2d red KGV.

RO 16/8/1910; PO 10/11/1910; TO 30/9/1930; PO 1/4/1931; closed 1/2/ 1954. Meckering: ‘MECKERING/21AU50/W.A.’, on 2½d red KGVI. RO 1/1/1895; PO 1/3/1902.

Meekatharra: ‘MEEKATHARRA/23OC49/W.A.’ (C31-a arcs 7,6), on 2½d red KGVI, some toning. RO c.-/7/1900; PO 15/8/1902. Mends Street: ‘MENDS ST. SOUTH PERTH/14AU72/WA 6151’, on 7c magenta QEII Renamed from South Perth PO 10/7/1939. Merredin: ‘MERREDIN/27SE74/WA-AUST’. PO 26/9/1905. Moora: ‘MOORA/1230P11JE13/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, on 1d Roo. PO 1/10/1894. Mount Lawley (2): ‘MT.LAWLEY/18SEP1984/W.A. 6050’ (tall narrow letters). PO 8/1/1925. Narembeen: ‘NAREMBEEN/22AU75/WA-6369’, on 10c Sapphire. RO 15/9/1921; PO 1/11/1922.

2677 D A A1-

Newcarnie: ‘NEWCARNIE/24JA[23]/W[ESTERN AUSTRALIA] (#A26) on 2d red KGV. [The diameter is 27mm rather than 26mm specified in PMI.] PO 5/9/1911; renamed Nukarni PO c.-/9/1924. Newcastle: framed ‘NEWCASTLE/AP26/00/W_A_’ (#3b) on 1d pink pair. PO 28/5/1861; renamed Toodyay PO 6/5/1910. North Perth: ‘NORTH PERTH/9FE62/WEST·AUST’ (#E30 ERD). PO 1/12/1902. Nyabing: ‘NYABING/25AU78/WA-6341’, on 20c Grebe Renamed

2678 D A A2

Reedy: ‘REEDY/22OC47/W.A.’ on 2½d Shortland. PO 17/3/1934;

2675 S A B2 2676 D A1

from Nampup PO 1/1/1913. closed c.-/7/1951.

2679 D A B2

Spencer Park: ‘SPENCER PARK/26JE72/WA-AUST’ on 7c QEII.

2680 D A B2

Toolibin: ‘TOOLIBIN/18MR60/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 5d blue. RO 16/12/1925; PO 1/7/1927; TO 30/6/1968; closed 28/5/1969. Tuckanarra: ‘TUCKANARRA/30AU47/W[ESTERN ]AUSTRALIA’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 4/7/1899; to c.1900; RO 22/5/

2681 D A B2 2682 D A A1-

PO 1/12/1962.

1912; closed 1/7/1966.

Victoria Park East: ‘VICTORIA PARK EAST/26?58/WESTAUST’ #E31b (Broad ‘U’) on 7d RFDS. Renamed from East Victoria Park PO 1/7/1927.

2683 D A B1

Welshpool (1): #D26-b on 2d red KGVI. RO 1/10/1907; PO 15/9/1909; closed 30/6/

2684 D A A1

Westonia: ‘WESTONIA/23OC22/WESTN AUST’ #B28-b on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Weston PO 1/10/1913. Woodlupine: framed ‘WOODLUPINE/19AP/10/W.A’ arrival on PPC piece. PO 15/8/1904; renamed Queens Park PO c.-/6/1912. Wuraming: ‘WURAMING/4JL41/WESTN AUST’ on 2d red KGVI. RO 20/11/1913; PO 22/4/1914; closed 31/7/1956. Wyndham Port: ‘WYNDHAM PORT/[?80]/1/WA-6741’ on 22c.

2685 D A2 2686 D A B2 2687 D A B1

‘W[E]LSHPOOL/5JUL41/WESTNAUSTRALIA’,

1973.

PO 9/11/1967; closed 31/12/1989.

2688 S A A2+ Yarloop: ‘YARLOOP/7-APR22/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d orange KGV. PO c.-/6/1897. 2689 D A A1 Yealering: ‘YEALERING/29NO58/WEST-AUST’ (arcs 5,5½) on 4d QEII. [Not recorded in PMI] Renamed from Yealering Lake PO 2690 D A A2 2691 D A A1 2692 D A B1

$6

1901; PO 3/4/1905; RO 1/1/1917; PO 3/3/1921.

- 2 strikes of framed ‘PARCEL POST/????/18/KALGOORLIE’ (CDS 5 PP) on 4d orange KGV pair. - light framed ‘REGISTERED/DE1/17/KALGOORLIE.W.A.’ (CDS 5 REG - LRD) on 2d Roo. Kojonup: ‘KOJONUP/27SE75/WA-AUST’ (large year wheel) on 10c. PO 18/10/1864. Koorda: ‘KOORDA/11MR36/WESTN AU[ST.]’ on 1d green KGV.

2660 S A A2-

$4

c.1926.

Yerecoin: ‘YERECOIN/2?JE58/WEST-AUST’ on 4d QEII.

Renamed from Yericoin PO c.-/8/1955; closed 24/11/1986. Yornup: ‘YORNUP/23JA62/W.A’ on 5d Xmas. TO 7/5/1924; PO 1/7/1929; TO 1/7/1930; PO 1/8/1939; closed 28/2/1985.

Young’s Siding: ‘YOUNG’S SIDING/1JE63/WESTN AUST.’ on 5d Royal Visit. RO 1/12/1909; PO 27/11/1910; closed 1/12/1981.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Reliefs 2693 F A A3 A: ‘[POSTAL] A DEPART/2[?]SP1936/[WESTN] AUST’ #B26, on 2d red KGV. ADEN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 2694 *** A 1953 QEII 15c brown size a, HG #B5. ADEN | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1951 Surcharge 50c on 6a airmail lettersheet, HG #FG3, 2695 *F A cancelled with ‘ADEN/1OCT/51’ (A2-), addressed in pencil with addressee erased.

$20 $5 $4

ADEN | Postal History 2696 *F A1907 use of India ½a green KEVII cancelled with ‘ADEN/ 3SE.09/7-AM’ on coloured PPC of ‘Aden Steamer Point, R.G.A. Barracks’, addressed to Bohemia-Austria, another uncancelled stamp has been attached to the picture side. 1944 use of 1a blue & 8a orange indistinctly cancelled on active 2697 *U Aservice envelope to Sussex bearing ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./ 444’ crowned circle handstamp & ‘DEPUTY CHIEF FIELD/ CENSOR’ & crown, triple circle handstamp. 1957 commercial air cover to GB with GB 2½d & FPO 255 cds, 2698 *F Aembossed ‘ROYAL AIR FORCE STATION/KHORMAKSAR’ on flap, o/o. 2699 *F A 1959 use of double-circle ‘LONDON F. S. O[FFIC]IAL PAID/ 615PM/4MR/59’ (B2) in red, on ‘FOR DISPATCH BY A[IR]/ON HER M[AJESTY’S SERVICE]/The Officer Administering/The Government of/”ADEN/ADEN”/Colonial Office./”MAIL NO 48.”/ 993/Wt74356./”4.3.1959” fabric tag bearing air mail label & London FS registration label.

$3 ADEN | Kathiri State of Seiyun 2700 * A B1 1942 Pictorials 5r brown & green SG 11 Cat £22. $20 AFGHANISTAN | First Day Covers 1986 Leopard set, Sc #1172-5, on WWF FDCs unaddressed. 2701 *F A $20 (4) $10 AITUTAKI 2702 * A- B3 $6

2703 *

A C2

$5

2704 *

A A1

$6

2705 ** A A1

$5 $5

1903-11 Perf 11 2d yellow-brown, SG #5, Cat £18, couple of tone spots. - ‘AITUTAKI./Ono Pene.’ on NZ 6d Bird, SG 6, heavy hinge remainder & ragged perfs, Cat £30. 1920 Pictorials No Wmk 1d black & dull carmine corner pair with sheet #5654, SG 25. 1974-75 Sea Shells short set to 5c, SG #97-102. (6)

AITUTAKI | Postmarks 2706 * A A1 Aitutaki: ‘AITUTAKI/7MR50.9/COOK ISLANDS’ on long OHMS stampless cover to USA, endorsed “Postage Pd/Aitutaki”.

$10 AJMAN 2707 ** A A1 1966 Churchill set SG 79-86. (8) $5 ALGERIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1928 50c dark blue on white, lilac coloured inside, size b, round 2708 *** A $5 flap, HG #B6, minor crease. ALGERIA | Postal History 1944 use of 2f on 5f orange vertical pair cancelled by Oran R.P $50 2709 *F Amachine of 30MAI44 on plain cover to the USA with ‘OUVERT/T.B.320/PAR LES AUTORITÉS DU CONTROLÉ’ (A1$6 ), double-boxed ‘45’ (A1) in red, ‘CONTROLÉ’ tape on left edge & ‘EXAMINER BY/8426’ tape at right, slight discolouration at left $4 edge. $5 ANTIGUA 2710 * A A1 1913 KGV High Value 5/- grey-green & violet, SG #51, Cat £80. $6 ANTIGUA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2711 *** A 1924 ½d KGV green, HG #9. $5 ANTIGUA | Postal History $8 2712 *F A 1945 use of stampless OHMS registered airmail cover to USA, cancelled with double-circle ‘ST. JOHNS/A/MY14/45/ANTIGUA’ (A1). $6 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY 2713 ** A A1 1957 2/- Map corner block of 4 SG1. $8 2714 * A B1 1957-61 Pre-Decimal Issues complete set of 7, SG #1-7, Cat £12, 1/- deep green has toned perfs at right. 2715 ** A A1 - set of 7, SG #1-7, Cat £12. $4 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | First Day Covers 1961 5d Magnetic Pole tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by 2716 *F A $4 Philatelic Bureau cds 5 JLY 61, unaddressed. $30 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postal History 2717 *F A1948 use of 5½d Newcastle, cancelled with ‘A.N.A.R.E. MACQUARIE. IS/7MR48/AUST’ (A3) on registered cover with $10 blue provisional registration label, also bearing ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC/RESEARCH EXPEDITION 1947’ (A1-), $4 backstamped with ‘MULLUMBIMBY/7AP48/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1) arrival, couple of mild tone spots. $4 2718 *F A 1954 AAT Expedition cover with 3½d QEII tied by by fine Mawson cds 15FE54 with red Antarctica 1954 Expedition label affixed at left. $15 2719 *F A 1964 illustrated cover with 5d AAT tied by Mawson cds 20FE64 with Red Mawson Relief Expedition at left. $6 AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postmarks $6 2720 * A A1- Casey: ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS/[tent]/17FEB1988/CASEY’ on Adelaide P/C 53c $8 Echidna frama on autographed Aerogramme, to Unley, SA, with double-oval ‘Come to Sunny Casey/CASEY TOURIST BUREAU/Jewel of the Antarctic’ (A1) in purple. $15 2721 * A A1 - ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS/[tent]/10APR1997/CASEY’ on 75c Elephant Seal on Registered Specimen Aerogramme with double circle $16 ‘CASEY/[map]/ANTARCTICA’ (A1). 2722 * A A1 - ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS/[tent]/17FEB1998/CASEY’ on 55c First Flight Anniversary on autographed Aerogramme with double circle ‘CASEY/[map]/ANTARCTICA’ (A1). $15

$50

$30 $50

$20 $16 $4 $14 $20 $7 $5 $10 $6 $30

$65 $80 $14

$25 $10 $9 $8 $20

$75 $35 $30

$15

$15

$15


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 2723 * A A1-

2724 * A A1-

2725 * A A1

2726 * A B1

2727 * A B1

2728 * A B1

2729 * A B1

AUSTRIA 2730 V A A1 2731 F A- A2 2732 * 2733 V 2734 * 2735 V 2736 V 2737 *

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

2738 F C A1 2739 V A- A1

- ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS/[tent]/17FEB1998/CASEY’ on 55c First Flight Anniversary on autographed Aerogramme with double-oval ‘Come to Sunny Casey/CASEY TOURIST BUREAU/Jewel of the Antarctic’ (A1). Davis: ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS/[snow mobile]/20DEC1997/DAVIS’ on $1.20 Remote Field Camp on Specimen Aerogramme with ‘DAVIS A.N.A.R.E. 1998/[scene]/THE RIVIERA OF ANTARCTICA’ (A1) Macquarie Island: ‘A.N.A.R.E. MACQUARIE.IS/7MR48/AUST’ on Newcastle set on Wells cover to Grimsby, England, with straight-line ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC/ RESEARCH EXPEDITION 1947’ (A1) in purple & provisional blue C6 registration label. Wilkes: ‘WILKES/A.N.A.R.E/1FE59/AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR.’ on plain cover with 3½d red Christmas, also bearing ‘AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR./[seal]/OPENING OF/WILKES POST OFFICE’ (A1) cachet in purple. - ‘WILKES/A.N.A.R.E/1FE59/AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR.’ on illustrated Wesley cover with 3½d ANARE, also bearing ‘AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR./[seal]/OPENING OF/WILKES POST OFFICE’ (A1) cachet in purple, neat typed address. - ‘WILKES/A.N.A.R.E/1FE59/AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR.’ on illustrated Wesley cover with 4d brown Broken Hill, also bearing ‘AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR./[seal]/OPENING OF/WILKES POST OFFICE’ (A1) cachet in purple, neat typed address. - ‘WILKES/A.N.A.R.E/1FE59/AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR.’ on cover with 3½d Christmas, also bearing ‘AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR./[seal]/OPENING OF/WILKES POST OFFICE’ (A1) cachet in purple, neat typed address. 1928 10 Years of Republic set of 4, Mi #494-7, Cat €50. 1925-27 New Currency 1s yellowish-green on greyish-yellow, SG #587b, Cat £21, light crease to TLC. 1937 Winterhilfe set of 4, Mi #642-5, Cat €11, hinge fragments. 1935 Air 3s chestnut, SG #775, Cat £32, light creasing. 1948 Salzburg Cathedral set of 8, Mi #885-92, Cat €16. 1952 Olympics Mi #969, Cat €22. 1953 Birds 10s Grey Heron, Mi #987, Cat €50. 1949 Child Welfare set of 4, SG #1162-5, Cat £80, couple of very minor faults. 1950-53 Birds 5s lilac-brown, SG #1219, Cat £160, oil stain to right & repaired tear to TLC. - 10s Grey Heron, SG #1220, Cat £75, slight creasing to TLC.

AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2740 *** B 1872 Franz Josef 2kr yellow on off white, black text & border, HG #14, crease across card, adhesive on back. 2741 *** A1883 2-Headed Eagle 2k+2k brown, HG #52, some light toning. 2742 *** A- 5k+5k vermilion, 3rd line 48mm long, HG #60, some light toning. 1890 Franz Joseph 2k+2k brown, with ‘(Poln.)’ at BRC, HG #86, 2743 *** B light elastic band mark across front. 2744 *** A 1903 Franz Josef 10h rose on buff, with ‘D’AUTRICHE’, HG #140a. 2745 *** A1908 Franz Joseph 5h green on cream, HG #216, light mark at left. AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 2746 *F A 1886 Arms 5k rose on grey (German, Polish & Ruthenian text), HG #A12, cancelled with ‘KRAKAU BAHNHOF/7/4/MOR[?]/89/ KRAKOW DWORZEC’ (B2), to Hamburg. AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 2747 *F A1872 Knife D 5kr red with light seal on flap, HG #B38, cancelled with poor Klagenfurt to Hermanstadt, back-stamped with ‘PEST/5/7/7-9/73’ (B1) and ‘NAGY SZEBEN/8/7/73’ (A1). AUSTRIA | First Day Covers 1961 Court of Accounts 1s violet brown, Mi #1101, cancelled 2748 *V A with Vienna Pictorial cancel & octagonal ‘Ersttag’ handstamp on almost A4 sized card featuring oversized unadopted design with autograph attributed to H. Ranzoni, Designer & Engraver. AUSTRIA | Commemorative Covers 2749 *F A B1 1938 Hitler’s Birthday ‘GRAZ/20.APRIL 1938/GEBURTSTAG DES FUHRERS’ on 6rpf on plain cover. 2750 *F A- A1 - WIEN/20.APRIL/1938/DES FUHRERS GEBURTSTAG’ on 6rpf on plain cover, folded. 1963 Badminton Competition on special Postcard with 30g 2751 *F A Viena Town Hall, 20g Old Courtyard Mörbisch on back cancelled with ‘ST,PÖLTNER KULTUR-UND FESTWOCHEN.BRIEFMARKEN/BSV/ST.PÖLTEN/ AUSSTELLUNG/24.5.63/ST.PÖLTEN 1’ (A1). AUSTRIA | Postal History 2752 *F A1854 use of 4-margins (2 close) 9k blue (SG #10) on entire from Wien, fine ‘KUTTENBERG/16/5/’ (Czechoslovakia) arrival. 1864 use of 15k brown Arms P9½ on entire (SG #49) to 2753 *F A Reichenberg, 1858 5k revenue attached to inside. 1921 use of 50h Allegorical x2 & 2k arms x2 on cover to USA, 2754 *F B flap sealed with 2 WWI patriotic 5h yellow-green cinderellas, one of Sultan Mohamed V and the other of Erzherzog Josef. 2755 *F A 1949 (May 7) use of 5g, 40g, 1s & 2s Costumes on 1s Aerogramme to Australia. AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE 2756 * A- C1 1867-73 Franz Josef Coarse Printing 5s carmine, Mi #3Ia, Cat €150, re-gummed.

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AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES IN THE TURKISH EMPIRE | Postal Stationery Miscellaneous 2757 *F ADelivery Receipt 1902 Aufgabeschein form, cancelled with ‘CONSTANTINOPEL/I/10.3.03/OESTERREICHE POST’ (B1).

$12 BAHAMAS 2758 * A B1 $15

2759 *

A- B1

2760 ** A $60

1938-52 KGVI Definitives ½d green, 1d pale slate, 1½d redbrown, 2½d violet, 3d blue & 1/- grey-black & carmine, SG #14955, Cat £27. (6) - 1/- grey-black & carmine, SG #155, Cat £24, brown streaky gum typical of this shade, small thin at top. 1942 Columbus group of broken up sheets, with large blocks to 3d including plate numbers, also with 4d - 8d x6, SG #162-70. (100s)

$8

$10 $10 $40

BAHAMAS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2761 *F A 1953-66 QEII in Arched Rectangle 4d brown-red on buff, ‘BE’ centered under arms, HG #17, cancelled with ‘WEMYSS BIGHT/ 3AP62/BAHAMAS’ (A1-). $25

$15

BAHAMAS | Postal History 1941 use of stampless OHMS window cover, cancelled with 2762 *F A‘NASSAU/23JUN412 9AM/BAHAMAS’ (B1), ‘[crown]/PAID/AT/ $25 BAHAMAS’ (A2) in BLC, blue oval ‘TELECOMMUNICATIONS DEPT./’JUN’21 1941/NASSAU, BAHAMAS’ (B2) in TLC.

$70

$25

$25 $40 $10 $5 $12 $5 $15 $35 $20

BAHAMAS | Postmarks 2763 D A A1- Arthurs Town: ‘ARTHURS TOWN/23OCT57/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. 2764 D A A1- Bannerman Town: ‘BANNERMAN TOWN/16OCT57/ BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. 2765 D A C1 Green Castle: ‘GREEN CASTLE/5NOV57/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. 2766 D A A1- Landrail Point: ‘LANDRAIL POINT/23AUG57/BAHAMAS’. 2767 D A- A1 Little Bay: ‘LITTLE BAY/26AUG57/BAHAMAS’ in blue, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials, couple of small toned spots. 2768 D A A1 Old Bight: ‘OLD BIGHT/17OCT57/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. 2769 * B A1- San Salvador: ‘SAN SALVADOR/21MAY57/BAHAMAS’, on ½d QEII Pictorial x4 on Hillman postcard to Edgbaston, Birmingham, with vertical crease & cut away section at base 2770 D B A1- Simms: ‘SIMMS/6DEC60/BAHAMAS’ on 4d QEII Pictorial with 1d Postal Centenary pair, toned. 2771 D A- A1 Staniard Creek: ‘STANIARD CREEK/15NOV65/BAHAMAS’, on 5d brown & blue with some light toning. P.O. 21/7/1894

$10 $40 BAHRAIN 2772 * A A1

1948 Royal Silver Wedding set, SG #61-2, Cat £31. (2)

BARBADOS 1861-70 No Wmk, Rough Perf 14-16 6d orange-red, SG #30, $6 2773 F C Cat £22, vertical crease. $15 2774 F A D2 1870 Wmk Large Star (1d) blue, SG #44, Cat £45, cancelled with ‘5’ of St. Johns. $20 BARBADOS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $5 2775 ** B 1881 Octagonal Frame ½d reddish brown on buff, HG #1, generalised toning. $16 BARBADOS | Postmarks Barbados: double-circle ‘G.P.O./230PM/22NO/54/BARBADOS $5 2776 * A- T CENTIMES’ (duplex?) on stampless cover to UK. BECHUANALAND (British) 2777 F A A1 1888 Surcharges 1s on 1/- green & black, SG #28, Cat £85, cancelled with ‘638 of Mafeking. $20 BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE | Postal History 2778 *F A 1957 use of 2d brown x3, cancelled with ‘FRANCISTOWN/ 14JANA57/BECH PROTEC’ (A1-) on plain cover to London, with boxed ‘UNDELIVERED FOR/REASON STATED/2/POSTAGE $6 DUE/??P RETURN/TO/SENDER’ (B1). BELARUS | First Day Covers 2779 *F A 1995 European Beaver set, SG #119-22, on WWF FDCs. (4) BELGIUM | Postal History $25 2780 *F A1870 use of 20c blue Leopold II, cancelled with diamond ‘8’ (B1), on wrapper to Amsterdam with ‘BRUXELLES/20/NOV/1.5M/ 1870’ (A1) & boxed ‘PD’ (A1-), backstamped with ‘AMSTERDAM/20/NOV/70/12M-4A’ (A1-) & oval ‘C.30’ (A1), tear $10 from seal removal at opening & couple of closed tears at edges, some vertical creasing. $10 2781 *V A1943(C.) use of 1f50 Leopold from Gent to Freiberg, Germany, fine red roller ‘A.c.’ censor at left (applied at Cologne). 1950 (Jul 17) use of 4f Textiles & 5f Albert pair on air cover from 2782 *V A Brussells to Sydney. $10 BELIZE 2783 * A A1 1962 Birds set of 12, SG #202-13, Cat £65. 2784 ** A- A1 1986 Royal Wedding se-tenant strip plus M/S (crease & few tones but stamps unaffected) SG 941-4. (4) $20 BERMUDA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes $20 2785 *** A 1948 KGVI 6d black clear space 24mm wide, HG #FG2. 2786 *** A 1950 KGVI 6d black clear space has flat top, HG #FG3. $25 BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 2787 * A B2 1879-98 Typographed Arms ½kr black, Mi #9II, Cat €12, minor paper adherance. $20 2788 * A B1 1879-1900 Numerals At Top Type I Perf 12½-13 2k orangeyellow, SG #26, Cat £13 2789 * A- B2 1879-1900 Numerals At Top ½k black type E P10½, SG #104c, $50 Cat £20, light crease.

$5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $10 $5 $8 $20 $14 $35 $5 $40 $90

$90 $4

$20 $55 $15 $65 $4 $16 $25 $7 $12 $12


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A

2791 ** A B1 2792 *

A A1

2793 *

A

2794 *

A/A-

BRAZIL 2795 *

A- C1

2796 W A- B1 2797 F C B1 2798 F A C1 2799 F A- B2 2800 *

A C1

2801 * A B1 2802 ** A A2

Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1906 Pictorials Perf 12½, 9½ & 6½ Compound 1h to 35h excl 10h, SG #186-90E,192-5E, Cat £70+. (9) 1906 Pictorials Perf 12½ & 9½ Compound 5k grey-blue, SG #201D, Cat £55. 1906 Pictorials Perf 12½, 9½ & 6½ Compound 5k slate-blue, SG #201E, Cat £55. 1910 Franz Josef 80th Birthday complete set of 16, SG #34358, Cat £48, 2h, 40h & 5k have small adhesions. - complete set of 16, SG #343-58, Cat £48, hinge remainders 1866 Dom Pedro Perf 12 10r vermilion, Sc #53, Cat $12, slight paper adherance on reverse. - 100r blue-green, Sc #58, Cat $30, slight toning to top edge. 1876-77 Dom Pedro Rouletted 20r red-lilac, Sc #62, Cat $27.5, discolourations from mounting, small closed tear at TLC & heavy hinge remainder. 1878-79 200r black, Sc #73, Cat $17.5. 1922-29 Allegoricals Wmk CASA DA MOEDA 200r blue, Sc #246, Cat $12.5, torn perfs at top left. 1922-29 Mercury 500r blue & 600r orange Sc #254-5, Cat $US16. 1934 José De Anchieta set of 4, Sc #394-7. 1943 Morinigo Visit 1.20cr grey-blue imperf between horizontal pair.

BRAZIL | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1908 New Local Rate 50r blue, ‘Neste Lado...’ 24m long, HG 2803 *F A#26a, cancelled with double-circle ‘SANTA MARIA/2/DEX/ 1908/(R.G.DOSUL)’ (A1), crease.

BURMA | Postmarks 2829 * B B1 Akyab Bazar: double-circle ‘AKYAB BAZAR/25FE12’, #KD2, cancelling ½a green KEVII, on Burma Railway cover to Okkan, slightly reduced, little grubby. [Rated 150 by Proud] PO 1908; $60 $70

$55

2830 * C B2

$50 $30 $6 $15 $5 $10 $6

2831 * B B1

2832 * B B2 2833 * B A2

$6 $5 $20 2834 * C C1

closed 1942

Dedaye: double-circle ‘DEDAYE/REG/3MAY32’, Proud #R2 on 1a brown on buff KGV PTPO envelope, uprated with 2a purple, 1a brown & 3p slate KGV & bearing Dedaye reg label, also with double-circle ‘KONDANOOR/10MAY32/·:·’ (A1-), reduced at right with small portion of franking torn away. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 1891; closed 1942 Deiku: double-circle ‘DEIKU/25JUL27/+’, Proud #D4, cancelling 1a brown x3, on plain cover to Kothamangalam with Deiku registration label, slightly reduced with small tear at base. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 16/6/01; closed 1942 Henzada: double-circle ‘HENZADA/[15FEB20]/+’, cancelling ¼a black-grey on buff KGV postcard, H&G #22, to Mandalay, some toning. PO 26/10/54; closed 1942 Kyaiklat: double-circle ‘KYAIKLAT/27FEB35/+’, Proud #D6 on 3a + 1a3p blue KGV registered envelope, H&G #C8, uprated with 8a reddish purple pair, 4a sage-green & 1a brown, bearing Kyaiklat registration label, with double-circle ‘KOTHAMANGALAM/5MAR35/+’ (A1), slight damage to BRC & some staining from wax seals. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1891; closed 1942

Minhla: double-circle ‘MINHLA/21FEB34/THARRAWADDY’, Proud #KD7 on 2a + 1a blue KGV registration envelope, H&G #C5, uprated with 8a reddish violet, 3a blue & 1a3p purple, also bearing Minhla reg label & Kothamangalam arrival, extensive discolouration to reverse (stamped) side. [Rated 100 by Proud]

$20

$20

$10 $10

$25

$5 BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) PO 1882; closed 1942 $20 2804 F Aset of 7 on plain cover incorrectly endorsed “1ST DAY COVER”, 2835 * A- B2 Moulmein: double-circle ‘MOULMEIN/5MAY27/930A.M./+ cancelled with ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN./17JE47/495’ SOR. +’, #D29, cancelling 1a brown KGV envelope, H&G #B13, (Fukuyama, Japan) with registration handstamp, to Townsville, to Rangoon, small closed tear at right from opening & light patch Qld, small closed tear at TLC, lightly soiled. [Rated 600 by on front where an uncancelled stamp (or perforated label) has Proud] $225 been removed. PO 1834; closed 1942 $5 2836 * C B2 Myohla: barred circle ‘R’, Proud #K1 (ERD) cancelling ½a green BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) | Postal History KEVII, with light ‘MYOHLA/B.O.7NO/06/+TOUNGOO+’ (B1), 2805 *F A 1946 cover to Hobart Tasmania from Kure with Aust 3d KGVI tied with ‘TIRUKOSHTYUR/B.O./17NO/06/+MAD??+, reduced with by No8 Aust Base. P.O. C cds 2JY 46. $75 O extensive mild creasing & some small closed tears. [Rated 100 - use of 3d dark brown BCOF opt, cancelled with ‘N .8.AUST 2806 *F A by Proud] PO 1888; closed 1942 $10 BASE P.O./7OC46/C’ (A1, Kure, Japan) on plain cover by air to Melbourne, Vic. $25 2837 * B B1 Nyaunglebin: ‘NYAUNGLEBIN/AP29/04’, Proud #D3 on ½a green KEVII envelope, K&G #B8, backstamped with BRITISH GUIANA ‘DEVAKOTA/1STDELY/6MY.04’ (B1), small closed tear, some 2807 F B B1 1889 Wmk Crown/CA 6c dull purple & maroon, SG #198, Cat discolouration & slightly reduced. [Rated 80 by Proud] PO 1886; £14, rounded TLC. $6 $10 closed 1942 2808 * A B1 1913-21 Wmk Multi Crown/CA 4c brown & bright purple, SG 2838 * B B1 Paungde: double-circle ‘PAUNGDE/TEL./3MAY34/+’ on 1a3p #261. $4 reddish-violet KGV on printed cover to Kothamangalam, slightly reduced with some toning. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1887; closed BRITISH GUIANA | Postal History 1942 $10 2809 *F A 1949 use of 1c rice growing P14x13 (SG 308a) cancelled with GPO machine with inverted datehead. $30 2839 * A- B1 Pegu: double-circle ‘PEGU/DELY/23SEP37/830A.M/+’, #DY6, on plain cover, with double-circle ‘KONDANOOR/5SEP37/ BRITISH GUIANA | Postmarks 215PM’ (B2), cancelling 2a purple & ½a green, with boxed 2810 S A A2 Arakara: ‘ARAKARA/MY4/1899/B.GUI[ANA]’ on 2c Falls. $10 ‘D.L.O./RANGOON/22SEP37’ (A1-), Proud #D11, slightly reduced. [Rated 30 by Proud, Rangoon DLO Rated 100] PO BRITISH HONDURAS 28/3/1878; closed 1942 $20 2811 F B D2 1865 No Wmk 1d pale blue, SG #1, Cat £60, trimmed perfs at left, some light toning. $30 2840 * B B2 Peinzalok: double-circle ‘PEINZALOK/15JUL26’, #KD2, cancelling 1a brown KGV, on plain cover to Rangoon, reduced & BRITISH HONDURAS | Postmarks some mild creasing. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 16/10/1903; closed 2812 S A B1 Monkey River: framed ‘MONKEY-RIVER/C/2OC/18’ on 3c 1942 $10 orange KGV. $5 2841 * B B1 Rangoon: ‘RANGOON./OCT. 4 - R’ duplex, Proud #KD16, cancelling ½a blue QV envelope, H&G #B1b, backstamped with BRITISH LEVANT | Great Britain Used Abroad ‘FIRST.DELY/JEYPORE/OCT12’ (B1), reduced at right. PO 21/5/ 2813 F A C2 Constantinople: 2/6d Seahorse, SG #Z185, Cat £35, cancelled 1853; closed 19/2/1942 $6 with double-circle ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/A/29MR20/S.X.3’ (A2). $30 2842 * D B1 - light Rangoon of 2SE99 on ½a green QV envelope, H&G #4, uprated with 5x ½a blue-green QV, bearing boxed ‘R/ BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS RANGOON’ (B1) handstamp, to Kanadukathan, very brittle and 2814 F A B1 1937 Coronation set of 3, SG #107-9. $5 broken with hinge repairs in several locations. $5 2815 * A B1 1938-47 KGVI & Badge Chalk Surfaced 1½d red-brown, SG #112. $5 2843 * A- B1 Theinzik: double-circle ‘THEINZIK/18JUL/34/+’ on 3a + 1a3p ultramarine KGV registration envelope, H&G #C6, uprated with BRUNEI 8a mauve & 3a carmine & bearing ‘THEINZEIK/THATON 2816 V A B1 1947-51 New Colours & Values 2c black P14½x13½, SG DISTRICT’ reg label, some mild water staining & light creasing. #80ab. $5 [Rated 80 by Proud] PO 1892; closed 1942 $20 2844 * B B1 Wakema: double-circle ‘WAKEMA/11SEP29/■’, Proud #D6 on BULGARIA 1a brown KGV on printed cover, backstamped with double-circle 2817 * A A1 1909 Lion Overprints 1s light lilac block of 4, Mi #71. $7 ‘NACHITAPURAM/B.O./19SEP29/+RAMNAD+’ (B1), reduced 2818 **/* A B1 1913 Overprints complete set of 7 in blocks of 4, Mi #93-99, Cat with torn corner & couple of small closed tears. [Rated 100 by €44. $45 Proud] PO 1891; closed 1942 $10 2819 ** A A1 1917 Liberation of Macedonia short set to 50s in blocks of 4, Mi #112-6, Cat €12, 30s has tone spot. $10 2845 * B B1 Zigon: double-circle ‘ZIGON/6JUN21/+’, cancelling 1a carmine & ½a green x4 KGV, on plain cover with Zigon registration label, 2820 ** A B1 1927 Air Overprints 1l on 6l, marginal block of 8, Mi #206. $12 with Kothamangalam arrival of 17JUN21, reduced with several 2821 ** A B1 1935 Turnovo Insurrection set of 2 in blocks of 4, Mi #272-3, small tears. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1882; closed 1942 $20 Cat €24. $15 2822 ** A B1 - set of 2 in BRC blocks of 6, Mi #272-3, Cat €36. $24 2846 * C C2 - poor Zigon of 7NOV22 on 1a carmine KGV on printed cover to Rangoon, letter included, tatty edges all round. [Rated 100 by 2823 ** A A1 - 2L brown-violet, in BLC block of 4, Mi #273, Cat €12, with sheet Proud] $5 number & partial imprint. $6 2824 ** A A1 1947 Balkan Games set of 5, Mi #606-10. $6 CAMEROON (German) | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2825 * A B1 1949 Physical Culture Campaign 50l brown-carmine, TRC 1897 Diagonal Opts 10+10pf carmine, HG #4. 2847 *** A $16 block of 4, Mi #707, Cat €30. $20 CANADA 2826 ** A B1 1949 Fatherland Front set of 4 in blocks of 4, Mi #712-5, Cat 1852-57 Imperf Handmade Wove Paper 7½d yellow-green, €12. $8 2848 F A almost 4-margins, SG #12, Cat £1700. $650 BUENOS AIRES 1852-57 Imperf Machine Made Medium to Thick Wove Paper 2849 F A2827 A 1858 Ship Forgeries set of 5 on thick cream paper. $20 ½d deep rose, 4 close margins, SG #17, Cat £500, lightly crossed in red, slight thin at BRC. $150 BURMA | Postal History 2850 F A- B2 1858-59 Machine Made Medium to Thick Wove Paper Perf 1953 use of 1949 3p & 1953 14p & 20p map on consular cover 2828 *G B 11¾ ½d deep rose, SG #25, Cat £700, light diagonal crease. $200 to USA, unframed violet ‘This article originally mailed/in country indicated by postage’ on face. $20


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CEYLON | Postal History 1859 Decimal Currency 1c pale rose, SG #29, Cat £325, rounded TLC. 1906 use of 6c red cancelled with violet double oval $110 2899 *F A‘J.M.ROBERTSON & CO/COLOMBO’ (A2) on Plâté PPC of 2852 * A- B1 - 5c deep red beaver, SG #32, Cat £325, with coloured flaw in C ‘Ceylon River Scene’ to Ireland. of CENTS, tiny tear between perfs at upper right. $125 2853 F A D2 - 12½c deep yellow-green, SG #39, Cat £48. $25 CHILE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2854 F A C2 1868-90 Large Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout 1895 Bradbury Wilkinson 1c green on light green, HG #17. 2900 *** A Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 5c olive-green, P11½x12, SG #63, Cat £75, slight toning to reverse $25 CHILE | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1874 5c Grey Columbus in white size 140x65mm, HG #9, 2901 *F A2855 G B C4 1873-79 Small Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout cancelled with violet ‘CANCELLED’ (B2), violet double-circle Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 3c dull red, SG #95, Cat ‘SAN CARLOS/19/APR/76/CHILE’ (A1) on face, to Chillau. £20, trimmed at left & top. $5 2856 F B B1 1893 Dowager Portrait 50c blue, SG #116, Cat £35, short CHILE | Postal History closed tear at left edge. $10 2902 *F A1939 use of 50c Errazuriz and 20c, 50c x2 2p & 5p x2 Airs, 2857 F A- B1 1897 Jubilee Issue 2c green, SG #124, light crease at TRC. $5 cancelled with ‘ARICA/29-III-39-10.CHILE - UTILICE/EL 2858 F C B1 - 5c slate-blue, SG #127, Cat £14, small closed tear at BRC $3 CORERREO/AEREO’ (B1) machine cancel, airmail to Germany. 2859 F A C1 - 5c deep blue, SG #128, Cat £14, couple of toned perfs. $8 CHINA 2860 F C B1 - 50c pale ultramarine, SG #135, Cat £95, cancelled with oval 1993 Changbai Mountains set of 4, in Beijing Stamp Company ‘R’, small but deep thin at foot of R. $40 2903 F A Presentation pack, SG #3858-61 2861 W A- B1 1898-1902 2-Maple Leaves 2c violet, SG #154, Cat £24. $8 2862 F A B1 - 10c deep brownish purple, SG #164, Cat £14. $14 CHINA | Maximum Cards 2863 F A B1 1899 Surcharges 2c on 3c carmine, SG #171. $5 2904 *** A 1992 Year of the Monkey set of 2 on maxicards, SG #3783-4. 2864 F A- B3 - 2c on 3c carmine leaves in corners, SG #171, 3 pulled perfs at base. $2 CHINA | Commemorative Covers 1990 Shanghai TV Festival 8f Esperanto, cancelled with 2865 F A B1 1903-12 KEVII 10c brown-lilac, SG #182, Cat £15. $8 2905 *F Abilingual triple circle ‘SHANGHAI TV FESTIVAL/[logo]STVF/ 2866 F A- A1 1908 Quebec Tercentenary 20c brown, SG #195, Cat £100, 1990.11.10’ (B1) in red on somewhat grubby Shanghai Festival couple of light creases. $30 cover. 2867 F A B1 1912-21 KGV Perf 12 x Imperf 1c blue-green, SG #217, Cat £24. $15 CHINA | Postal History 2868 F A B3 1912-21 KGV Perf 8 x Imperf 2c carmine, SG #224b, Cat £48. $15 2906 *G C 1935 use of 15c Sower pair on air cover from Hankow to 2869 * A- B1 1915 War Tax 1c green, SG #228, shallow hinge thin. $3 Shanghai, a bit grubby. 2870 F A- B1 1916 War Tax Imperf x Perf 8 2c + 1c carmine, Die II, P12, SG 2907 *F B 1941 use of $1 Sun Yat Sen, cancelled with bilingual ‘TIENTSIN #237, Cat £20, small closed tear at top. $10 11/1 4 41|14/’ (A1) on registered cover to England, endorsed 2871 **/* A- B1 1917 Confederation 3c bistre-brown vertical pair, SG #244, Cat “Via Pacific”, red registration label applied at Tientsin and Blue £32, couple of light tonespots $20 registration label applied at Romsey prior to forwarding to 2872 * A B1 - 3c deep brown, SG #245, Cat £20. $18 Brighton, ‘P.C. 90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 5177’ label at left. 2873 F A B1 1922-31 KGV New Colours Imperf x Perf 8 1c chrome-yellow, Die I, top marginal single, SG #256. $3 CHRISTMAS ISLAND 1953-1970 Selection 2874 F A A1 - 3c carmine, Die I, Imperf x P8, pair, SG #258, Cat £20. $15 2908 **/VA [1] Christmas Island - 1958 set, 1963 set x2 (**, 1 only of 4c & 2875 G B B1 1930-31 Pictorials Perf 11 50c blue, SG #302, Cat £17, 5c) and used, 1968 Fish set of 10 creased TLC. $10 [2] Cocos - 1963 set 2876 F A B1 1932-33 KGV Perf 11 set of 8, includes both dies of 3c, SG [3] Nauru - 1965 set, 1963-64 set of 5, 1966 set (** & used), #319-25, Cat £14. $8 1968 Republic set 2877 F A- B2 - 4c yellow-brown, SG #322, slight crease at TLC $4 [4] Norfolk Island 1953-64 scraps. 2878 * A- B1 - 8c red-orange, SG #324, Cat £25, discoloured paper. $8 2879 F A B1 1935 Jubilee set of 6, SG #335-40, Cat £20. $10 2909 ** A A1 1995-97 Fish 95c Moorish Idol, gutter strip of 10, SG #418. 2880 * A A1 1935 KGV Perf 12 short set to 13c, SG #341-8, Cat £30.50, 1c COCOS ISLANDS is no gum & slightly toned at top, 8c has 1 toned perf at top. $25 2910 F A A1 1963 Pictorials set of 6, SG #1-6. 2881 * A A1 1937-38 Pictorials Perf 12 short set to 8c, SG #357-62, Cat 2911 ** A B1 - 2/- Dukong (sail boat), SG #5. £17, 2c has a small gum thin & slight toning to top edge. (6) $10 2912 F A A1 1969 Decimal Currency set of 12, SG #8-19. 2882 G B B1 - 50c green, SG #366, Cat £12, creased BRC. $5 2883 F A B1 1942-48 War Effort Perf 12 set of 14, SG #375-88, Cat £22. $10 COCOS ISLANDS | First Day Covers 1986 Stampex 86 illustrated shells cover with 33c shell tied by 2884 G A- A1 - $1 blue, SG #388, light crease to BRC. $5 2913 *F A Cocos cds 4 AUG 1986 and STAMPEX 86 cachet. 2885 F A B1 1942-48 KGVI Imperf x Perf 9½ 3c purple, SG #398. $3 2886 F A A1 1975 Olympic Sculptures set of 2, SG #801-2. $4 COMORO ISLANDS 2914 ** A A1 1974 Mausoleum set SG 150-1. (2) CANADA | Special Delivery 2887 * A A1 1946 Special Delivery 17c ultramarine with grave accent in COOK ISLANDS ‘EXPRÈS’, SG #S17. $2 2915 * A- B1 1902 Wmk Single NZ/Star ½d yellow-green Tern x20, P11, SG #28, Cat £55. CANADA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1935 Pictorials 1d Captain Cook Imperf plate proof. 2916 ** A 2888 *F B 1951 2c olive size e, HG #B72, cancelled with ‘MOOSE JAW2917 ** A A1 1969 South Pacific Games 1c miniature sheet with 10 seSASK./JUN30/5PM/1930/CANADA’ (A1) machine, few minor tenant pairs, SG #297-8, & 2 labels faults. $8 2851 *

A- C2

CANADA | First Day Covers 1956 Prevent Fires 5c on plain FDC cancelled at Victoria on 2889 *F A OCT9/1956, addressed to Australia. 2890 *F A 1957 Loon 5c black on plain FDC, cancelled at Victoria on APR/10/1957, addressed to Australia. CANADA | Postal History 2891 *F A 1932 use of 6c on 5c deep brown Ottowa Conference, SG #318, first day cancelled with ‘OTTAWA/1AM/JUL12/1932/ONT. - BY AIR/FROM/OTTOWA TO BELLE ISLE/? OF SHORTEST ROUTE/TO EUROPE’ (A1), to New Hampshire, USA on Ottowa - Belle Island Pictorial cover backstamped with ‘BRADORE BAY/12/JUL13/32/P.O.’ (A1). 1933 use of 3c red KGV on Canadian National Express COD 2892 *F Acover. CANADA | Flight Covers 2893 *F A1931 Cormorant - Lac Du Brocket Manitoba cover with adhesive tied by Cormorant cancel Au 31 and signed by Pilot, backstamped The Pas Sep 7 1931. 1937 Fort Nelson - White Horse 6c brown air, cancelled with 2894 *F A poor ‘FORT NELSON/18/JUL5/37/B.C.’ (C1) on air cover with ‘CANADA AIR MAIL/[plane & eagle]/BALD EAGLE/FIRST OFFICIAL FLIGHT/FORT NELSON - WHITE HORSE’ (A1) cachet, backstamped with ‘WHITE HORSE/23/JUL5/37/ YUKON’ (A1) arrival. CEYLON 2895 F A C2 2896 * A- C1 2897 F A B1 2898 *

A- B1

1866-68 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14 1d blue, SG #61, Cat £10. 1882 Surcharges 20c on 64c red-brown pair, SG #143, Cat £22, small toned spot on reverse of right hand unit. 1893-99 Wmk Crown/CA 30c bright mauve & chestnut, SG #247, with ‘CCL’ perfin. 1921-32 Wmk Multi Script CA 2r black & red on pale yellow, SG #355, small paper adhesion on reverse.

COOK ISLANDS | Postal History 2918 *F A 1957 use of 1949 3d x3 on air cover to New Zealand.

$4 COSTA RICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1883 President Fernandez 2c black on brownish, HG #1. 2919 *** A $5 CRETE 2920 F A B1 1898-99 British Administration set of 4, Mi #2-5, Cat €10. 2921 * A A1 1900 Provisional Overprints 5d green & black, with opt B in grey-black, Mi #9b, Cat €75. 2922 * A B1 1901 New Colours 50L ultramarine, Mi #12, Cat €15. 2923 F A B1 1908 Overprints 5d olive-green & black, Mi #40, Cat €34, cancelled with PE?YMNON CTO. $25 CRETE - AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES $10 2924 * A- B1 1903 Ornate Value Tablets 50c on 50h grey-blue & black, Mi #4, Cat €10, slight toning on reverse. 2925 * A A1 - 2f on 2k grey-violet, Mi #6, Cat €10. 2926 F A B1 1904 Plain Value Tablets 25c on 25h ultramarine & black, Mi #10, Cat €140. $100 CRETE - BRITISH ADMINISTRATION 2927 * A- B2 1898-99 20pa red, Mi #3, Cat €10, light horizontal crease, fluffy perfs CRETE - VENIZELOS REBEL ISSUES 2928 V A B1 1905 Crete Enslaved & King George set of 6, Mi #6-11, Cat $22 €20, some hinge fragments, 20l violet has thinned TRC. 2929 F A A1 - 1d red & violet, Mi #10. $6 CROATIA 1942 National Welfare 4K+2 carmine-brown imperf vertical pair, 2930 * A $14 Mi #84U, Cat €50, ungummed, marginal creasing, not listed in this colour. $4 2931 ** A B1 1943 Red Cross 3.50K+1.50 vertically imperf pair, Mi #120. $4

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CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal History 2932 *F A 1949 use of 5K blue & 1.50K green Smetana & 5k blue Communist congress, cancelled with ‘PLZEN 1*/10IX1949/DEN SOLIDARITY/S BOJUJICIMI ZENAMI ASIJSKYCH A AF??’ (B1), on registered post card to Dresden with Censura - PrahaMesto handstamp & ‘(10a) DRESDEN A21/15.9.49-10’ (A1-) backstamp. 1981 use of 40h flower x10 & 1k Morava x2, cancelled with 2933 *F A double-circle ‘16000 PRAHA 8/30.6.81·19/···’ (A1) on air cover to the 13th International Botanical Congress Australia, from the Institute of Experimental Botany, Prague.

ERITREA | Postal History 2957 *V A A1 1893 use of 15c brown Postal Card (H&G#4) cancelled with ‘MASSAUA/1/7/93/*(ERITREA)*’ (A1) to Wurtemburg.

$50

FALKLAND ISLANDS 2958 * A A1 1960-66 QEII Birds 1/3d black & ultramarine, SG #203, Cat £10.

$6

$40 FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES to 1956 2959 * A B1 1944-45 South Orkneys complete set of 8, SG #C1-8, Cat £19. 2960 * A A1 1946-49 Thin Maps 6d, SG #G14, Cat £24.

$10 $10

$10 FAROE ISLANDS | Postmarks 2961 D A A1- Oyri: double-circle ‘OYRI/30.9.66 900/PR. TÓRSHAVN’ on 80ø CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Military - World War I Period blue Telecommunication. 1919 stampless env with light Polni Post cancel of Czech 2934 *V B 2962 D A A1- Skáli: double-circle ‘SKÁLI/16.11.68. 9.00/PR. TÓRSHAVN’ on Legion, to Cerveny Kostelec, Bohemia, toned. $100 60ø red Frederick IX. 2963 D A A1- Solmundefjord: double-circle ‘SOLMUNDEFJORD/2.10.56. CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postmarks 9.00/PR. THORSHAVN’ on 30ø red-brown pair. 2935 * B B1 Steinschonau: double-circle ‘STEINSCHONAU/21I09-1/2a’ on 5h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. $15 2964 D A A1 Thorshavn: double-circle ‘THORSHAVN/16.5.56.16.00/***’ (28½ - 14¾ - 8¼) Wowern #01,10c, on 50ø blue-green & 20ø DAHOMEY | Postal History brown Frederick IX. 1904 use of Benin 15c, cancelled with double-circle 2936 *F B FIJI CES ‘GRAND·POPO/29/JUIN/04/DAHOMEY ET DEP ’ (B1) on 2965 F A D2 1881-99 1/- Brown deep brown shade, P10, SG #64a, Cat £26. local cover, ‘OUIDAH/30/JUIN/04/DAHOMEY ET DEPCES’ (A2) 2966 W A C2 - deep brown shade P10, SG #64a, Cat £85. transit & ‘COTONOU/30/JUIN/04/DAHOMEY ET DEPCES’ (A1) arrival both on back. $65 2967 ** A- B1 - pale brown shade P11, SG #66, Cat £48, hinge fragment. 2968 F A C1 - pale brown shade, P11, SG #66, Cat £14, CTO’d on the nose DENMARK with ‘SUVA/15/DEC/00’ (A2-). 2937 * A C1 1927 Caravelles 40ø, Mi #173, Cat €40. $20 2969 * A B2 1891 Surcharges 2½d on 2d green, setting a, SG #70, Cat £50. 2938 **/* A A1 1935 Hans Christian Andersen 5 öre green tête-bêche block of 2970 * A- C1 1891-1902 New Design Perf 10 2½d chocolate, SG #79, Cat 4 (2**) from booklet sheet Mi K3. $40 £50, couple of toned perfs. 2971 * A- B1 1891-1902 New Design Perf 11 1d pale mauve pair, SG #88, DENMARK | Booklets Cat £12, right unit has corner fold. 1957 5k (10ö green x20, 30ö violet Frederick x10) black on red, 2939 ** A SG #SB40, Cat £50. $50 2972 * A C2 - 2½d brown, SG #90, Cat £32. 2973 * A B1 1891-1902 New Design Perf 11x11¾ 1d rosy mauve, SG #101. DENMARK | Postal History 2974 F A- B1 1912-23 KGV Die I Wmk Multi Crown/CA 4d black & red on 2940 *F A1924 use of 8ö Postcard from Copenhagen to Dragor with two yellow, SG #131, Cat £20, some mild paper adhesion on back. 7ö Postage due stamps affixed and cancelled Dragor 4 8 24 2975 ** A B1 1938-55 KGVI Pictorials 1½d carmine Die I corner block of 4, (paying deficient rate), two punch holes at top of card. $30 SG #251, Cat £60+, short perf on one unit, gum slightly aged. 2941 *V A B1 1947 of ‘VIBORG/1900/19MAR/1947/* * *’ (B1) 40ö meter cancel 2976 ** A A1 - 5d Blue Canes, SG #258, Cat £42. with ‘Grove-/Gedhus/POST/KONTROL’ (B1) boxed handstamp 2977 * A A1 - 6d Die I marginal example SG 260. on rear in red. $65 2978 F A A1 1969-70 Decimal Currency set of 17, SG #391-407, Cat £17. 2979 ** A 1977 E.E.C./A.C.P. Conference New Issue Notification for DENMARK | Flight Covers Stamp News with 2 photographic reproductions of the 1951 Danish stamp centenary FDC bearing ‘[helicopter]/1ste 2942 *F A Conference issue & some technical details. HELIKOPTERFLYVNING MED POST I DANMARK/ 1977 Hibiscus Festival New Issue Notification for Stamp News 2980 ** A ROSENBORG/EKSERCERPLADS/TIL/KASTRUP with 4 photographic reproductions of the Fiji Hibiscus Festival LUFTHAVN/1-4-1951’ (A1) cachet in red, cancelled with issue & some technical details. ‘KØBENHAVN/LUFTHAVN/1.4.51.16.00/[plane]’ (A1-). $6 2981 ** A A1 1985 Seabirds set SG 710-13. (4) DOMINICA | Postal History FIJI | First Day Covers 2943 *F A 1938 use of stampless OHMS cover to USA, cancelled at * 1946 Victory set of 2 in pairs, on long Costello illustrated FDC, Roseau. $16 2982 V Aa few minor faults. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal History FIJI | Postmarks 1943 use of 25c blue air letter card, to Bagshot, Surrey, with 2944 *F A 2983 D A- A1 Ba: ‘P.O.BA/1/APR/1910/FIJI’ (‘B’ 5mm wide) 2 strikes on KEVII framed ‘PASSED BY ARMY/CENSOR/No. II/1’ (B1) & boxed 1d red strip of 3 (1 damaged). PO c.1871. ‘PASSED BY BASE CENSOR/E.A. No. III/02’ (A1-), sealed at 2984 S A- A1 Bua (1): mss “Bua/19/6/93” on 2d Pirogue. [Rated 50 by Proud] top with ‘OPENED BY CENSOR’ tape tied with double-circle PO c.1871; closed c.1922. ‘E.A./3IX43/A.P.O. 81’. $60 2985 S A B1 - straight-line ‘BUA’, on 1d purple & black on red KEVII, with EGYPT partial 1905 Levuka. [Rated 50 by Proud] 2945 D B 1865 Birket-El-Sab vice regal post circular seal. [Rare] $20 2986 S A A1 Cicia: straight-line brass ‘CICIA’ on 1d red KEVII. PO c.1890. 2946 * A B1 1874-75 Typographed At Bûlâq 2½d violet, P12½, wmk 2987 S A- B1 Davutu: straight-line ‘DAVUTU’, on 1d violet KGV pair, hinge inverted, SG #40bw. $10 reinforced join. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 1/3/1915; closed 20/10/ 2947 F A C1 1879 1pi rose, with wmk inverted, SG #47w, Cat £10. $5 1938. 2988 S A- B1 - straight-line ‘DAVUTU’, on 2d Jubilee. [Rated 60 by Proud] EGYPT | Official Stamps 2989 S A A2+ Dreketi (1): straight-line brass ‘[D]REKETI’ on 1d purple & black 2948 F A B1 1893-1914 (-) chestnut, with wmk sideways, star to right (from on red, KEVII, overstruck with very light 1905 datestamp. [Rated back), SG #O64c. $6 200 by Proud] PO c.1890; closed 1/8/1908. EGYPT | Postal History 2990 S A A2 Ellington (1): straight-line ‘ELLINGT[ON]’, on 2d grey KGV, 1937 use of 1927-37 20m blue Fuad, cancelled with bi-lingual ‘/ 2949 *F Aoverstruck with poor 1917 Suva. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 16/3/ 6MCH/1937/630PM/CAIRO’ (B1 - machine), poor Teheran 1916; closed 4/11/1936. arrival of 18III37, minor faults. $6 2991 S A B1 Lakeba: ‘LAKEBA’ single line handstamp on 1d red KEVII. 1948 (Feb 23) use of 17m on commercial cover from Alexandria 2950 *F A[Rated 250 by Proud] PO c.1876. to Melbourne, Aust. $10 2992 * A A1 - ‘LAKEBA/25AUG47/FIJI’ on registered cover to England 2951 *F A 1976 philatelic air cover to Poland, 2 diff rubber cachets of bearing 2½d & 3d Victory with R3 Lakeba Registration United Nations Polish Forces. $10 handstamp & Suva Registered backstamp. PO c.1890. 2993 S A B2- Lautoka: straight-line ‘[LA]UTOKA/[??D]ECEM[BER]’ in purple, EGYPT | Military - World War I Period on 1d rosy-mauve, overstruck with DEC/01. Renamed from Namoli 1917 use of Greece 25l on cover to Alexandria, blue ornate 2952 *F APO c.-/6/1901. censor label at top tied by violet oval ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/ NO13’ (A1-). $40 2994 S A A2 Loma Loma (1): straight-line ‘LOMA LO[MA]’ on 1d dull purple & black on red KEVII. PO c.1872; closed c.1908. EGYPT | Military - World War II Period 2995 D A B1 Loma Loma (2): ‘LOMA LOMA/21OC69 10/FIJI’, Proud #D7 on 2953 *F A1941 use of 40m dark brown, 5m red-brown & 2m orange, 2c green QEII envelope cut-out. PO 1/11/1909. cancelled with bilingual ‘MAADI/15JA41.3-4P/M/’ (C1) on plain 2996 S A- A2 Malau: straight-line ‘MALA[U]’ on 1d dull purple & black on red cover to Kingstown, Ireland with bilingual ‘EGYPTIAN KEVII. [Rated 200 by Proud] PO c.1900; closed 20/10/1911. CENSORSHIP/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in blue on white, 2997 S A A2 Matakula (2): straight-line ‘MATAKUKLA P.O[.]/KUBULAU, with bilingual double-circle ‘/56/POSTAL CENSOR’ (C1) in BUA.’ in purple on 2d Buildings (toned). PO 7/4/1938; closed 7/7/ purple & backstamped with straight-line ‘P1469’ (A1) in purple, 1949. couple of small closed tears. $30 2998 S A B1 Moala: straight-line ‘MOALA’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated 100 by 2954 *F A1944 use of 20m blue & 2m grey-black officials, cancelled with Proud] PO c.1871; renamed Naroi PO 6/2/1953. bilingual ‘12IX44 3.30/R/DAWAWIN’ on OHMS cover to Bristol, 2999 D B1 Mualevu (2): purple double-circle ‘MUALEVU/4NO/69/FIJI’ on UK, with OHEMS reg label in green & arabic circular censor piece, Proud #D3. PO 6/5/1967. handstamp ‘77’ (B2), some creasing. $85 3000 S A B3 Nabouwalu (2): straight-line ‘[NABOU]WALU’ on ½d green KGV, overstruck with 1916 datestamp. [rated 150 by Proud - the EL SALVADOR | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards first offered by us.] PO 1/7/1915. 2955 *F A 1896 1c blue Arms on yellowish, HG #36, uprated with 5c, 3001 D A A2 - ‘NABOUWALU/30OCT29/[F]IJI’ on 2d grey KGV on piece. philatelic use to Germany, cancelled with 1896 Santa Ana duplex, ‘TRANSITO/26/FEB/96/PANAMA’ transit on face. $10 3002 S A A2 Nadarivatu: straight-line ‘[NA]DARIVA[TU]’ in blue, on 1d red KEVII. [Rated 150 by Proud] PO c.-/7/1905. 2956 *** A 1899 Ceres 2c dark brown on green, HG #54. $4

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Nadroga: straight-line ‘NADROG[A]’ on 1d mauve & black on red KEVII, overstamped with ‘SUVA/31/AUG/06/[FIJI]’ (B2-). [Rated 125 by Proud] PO c.1890; renamed Sigatoka PO c.-/6/1968. - ‘P.O. NADROGA/[1]2JUL41/[FIJI]’ on 3d blue KGVI. Naduri: violet straight-line ‘NADURI’ Type II on 2½d Map (toned). PO c.1890. Naidiri (2): 22mm straight-line ‘NAIDIRI’, on 2½d Map. [Rated 40 by Proud] PO 1/7/1919. Naikorokoro: double-circle ‘NAIKOROKORO/A/12JU/[?]/[FIJI]’ on 2c Nautilus. PO 20/3/1962; closed 28/6/1969. Nanukuloa (2): ‘N[A]NUKULOA/7NOV46/FIJI’ in violet on ½d & 2d KGVI Pictorials. Renamed from Naiserelagi PO 17/7/1934. Nausori: ‘P.O. NAUSORI/15/JAN/1916/FIJI’, Proud #D4 on 1d red KGV pair. PO c.1890. - ‘NAUSORI/30JUN52/FIJI’ on 2½d brown & green map on cover to Suva Raki Raki: ‘[RAKI] RAKI’ in purple on 1d red KEVII, overstruck with ‘SUV[A]/8/JUL/07’. PO c.1890. Rotuma: violet ‘ROTUMA/2OCT46/[FI]JI’ on 6d black Map. PO c.1894.

- ‘ROTUMA/9OC70.9/FIJI’ on Jackson 2c green QEII envelope Savu Savu (2): ‘SAVU SAVU/27MY59 9/FIJI’, cancelling 3d Copra. Renamed from Savu Savu East PO 16/5/1946. Somo Somo (1): straight-line ‘SOMO SOMO’ on 1d KEVII with Levuka overstrike of 1909. [Rated 150 by Proud] PO 1/2/1905; closed 1/10/1911.

Suva: ‘G.P.O. SUVA/6/JAN/1915/FIJI’ (arcs 4½,5, ‘G’ with tail, Proud #D7), on 1d red KGV, on cover to Katoomba, NSW, some toning, backflap missing. [Rated 250 by Proud] - ‘SUVA/1OC48.2-PM/FIJI’, on 6d black map x3 on large piece. Tavuki: straight-line on KEVII 1d red. [Rated 150] Renamed from Kadavu West PO c.1905; replaced by Vunisea PO 18/2/1910.

Vatukoula: ‘VATUKOULA/9OC70.3/FIJI’ (arcs) on Jackson 2c green QEII envelope PO 1/4/1938. Vunisea: ‘P.O. VUNISEA/18OC41/FIJI’ on 2½d on 2d Map on Jackson cover to New Zealand. [Rated 400 by Proud.] Replaced

Tavuki PO 19/2/1910.

Waikava: 4 strikes of straight-line ‘WAIKAVA’ on 1d red KGV block of 4. Renamed from Navuni PO 2/7/1913; closed 28/9/1949. Waiyevo: ‘WAIYEVO/13AP59.8/FIJI’ (arcs) on 1/- fishing on Tatts cover by air. [Rated 100 by Proud.] PO 1/8/1910.

FINLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3023 ** A1878 10p violet on light buff, HG #14, a bit faded. FINLAND | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous 3024 *** A 1885 Return Receipt 10p rose on cream, HG #W6, with ‘SPECIMEN’ opt. FRANCE 3025 F B

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1868 use of 20c blue Napoleon III (Mi #28a) on entire to Angouleme, cancelled with ‘CtP[?]’ (A2), double-circle ‘GARE DE ST ETTIENE/26/MARS/68/(64)’ (B2) on face, double-circle ‘CLERMONT A PARIS/26/MARS/68/B’ (B1) backstamp. 1878 use of 10c black on violet post card (H&G# 40) cancelled with double circle ‘PARAYleMONTAL/2o29/JUL/SAÔNE-ETLOIRE’ backstamped with Roma cds of 31/7 and Italian oval ‘4?/ DIST./31/LUG/-c’ (B1) handstamp. 1922 use of 50c dark-blue sower (Mi #143) cancelled by ‘TRESORET POSTES/*/26-11/22/*528*’ cds (A2) & bearing ‘CONSULAT GENERAL DE FRANCE/[seal]/A SMYRNE’ lightly struck (C1) in purple on front & back addressed to Geelong, two vertical folds. 1929 use of 1923-26 Pasteur 1.50f blue, endorsed “Via Russia” on face, Teheran arrival of 27III29, contents included, cover a bit spotty. 1939 use of 25c Mercury, 2f Daudet’s Mill x2 & 5f Carcassone, cancelled with ‘MARSEILLE/4 1 39.19H/CAPUC[?]S - FUMEZ/ LES CIGARETTES/CELTIQUES’ (B2) machine advertising slogan on air cover to Australia. - (Jun 1) use of 1fr pair, 2fr25 & 5fr Carcassone, cancelled with ‘PARIS 49.1515-1.VI/1939/RUE DES PETITS-CHAMPS’ (A1) to Vaucluse, Sydney, light violet handstamp applied at Vaucluse instructing sender to avoid delays by putting the correct address of Edgecliff. 1951 (Nov 23) use of 15f & 20f & 40f Views & 100f Lille on double-weight air cover from Paris to Sydney.

FRANCE | Military - World War I Period 1917 use of stampless postcard, cancelled with ‘PARIS 5/16/203051 *F B 10/17/RLE PELETIER’ (A2), to POW at Hameln, with circular ‘Postprüftstelle/P 72/·Hameln·’ (A1-) in purple, light corner creases. 3052 *F B 1917(C.) use of stampless envelope endorsed “Kriegsgefangenensendung”, cancelled with ‘3’ in purple, boxed ‘VISÉ/SERVICE DES INTERPRETES’ & light ribbed circle ‘DEPOT DE PRISIONNIERS DE GUERRE/[SEAL]/DIEPPE’ (C1), worn edges. FRANCE | Military - World War II Period 3053 *F A 1947 use of POW postcard, cancelled with double-circle ‘DÉPOT DE P.G.151/CONTROLE/Vu par’ (A2-), from Marseille to Hessen.

$40 FRANCE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3054 S A B2 33: in star of Gare D’Orléans on 1862 10c bistre. FRANCE | Postmarks Gray: 21mm double-circle ‘GRAY/14/JANV/55/(69)’ on outer $40 3055 * B1 with ‘30’ handstamp, 21mm double-circle ‘EPINAC/15/JANV/55/ (70)’ arrival on back 3056 * A B2 Nantes: 29mm double-circle ‘NANTES/21/FEVR/1840/(?)’ on $10 entire to Sautron, red boxed ‘P.P.’ on face.

1849 Ceres 25c blue, Mi #4a, four clear margins, some thins but fine appearance. - 1Fr carmine Mi 7a, three clear margins, some faults but 3026 F B collectable example of difficult stamp. $200 FRANCE | General Colonies Issues 3057 * A 1877-79 Peace & Commerce: 1c green 4-margins but top 3027 F A 1853 Napoleon III 5c green on yellow green Mi 11a, three clear margin separated by tearing, Mi #24, Cat €26. margins. $50 3028 F A - 10c brown Mi 12 Ia, three good margins. $5 3058 * A B1 1881-86 Commerce: 35c black on orange, Mi #55, Cat €32. 3029 F A B1 1876 Peace & Commerce 75c Carmine rose Die II Mi 66II. $40 3059 * A C1 - 35c black on yellow, Mi #55, Cat €32, SG #55a Cat £65. 3030 F A A1 - 1 Fr Olive on yellow Die I Mi 67 I. $6 FRENCH POLYNESIA - OCEANIC SETTLEMENTS 3031 F A A1 1877 Peace & Commerce 25c black on red Mi 74. $10 3060 F B C1 1882 Tablets 4c, 10c, 15c, 20c, & 25c, SG 3,5-8, small thins on 3032 F A A1 - 35c black violet on yellow Mi 75a. $15 10c & 20c, Cat £37. 3033 F A A1 - 5 Fr violeton pale lilac Mi 76. $45 3061 * A- C1 1892 Peace & Commerce 25c black on rose, SG #8, Cat £38, 3034 F B C1 1861 Napoleon II Perf 7 Susse 40c orange, Mi #84, cancelled very mild thin at top left. with ‘D’ of Rue de Ste-Cecile, a little grubby but scarce. $35 GERMAN STATES | Baden FRANCE | Booklets 1853 Numerals 6kr black on yellow, Mi #7, Cat €28, 1 good 3035 ** A 1956 Red Cross SG #XSB6, Cat £55. $55 3062 F Amargin, 3 margins just inside outer frame. FRANCE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards GERMAN STATES | Bavaria 1890 Peace & Commerce 10c black on buff, HG #50, cancelled 3036 *F Bwith double-circle ‘PARIS_83/8?|2/AVRIL/91/R. BLEUE’ (A1-) & 3063 DF B 1850-58 Imperf Numeral in Circle 1k rose 3-margins on piece, backstamped with double-circle ‘ALEXANDRIE/10/AVRIL/91/ SG #8, Cat £25, cancelled with ‘28’ of Bergzabern/Augsberg. EGYPTE’ (A1), extensive toning, edge wear. $5 GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3037 *F A1901 Rights of Man 10c carmine on green, HG #60, control number ‘145’, cancelled with double-circle ‘LIMOGES/21*/101890-95 5pf dark green on buff, black new coat of arms & text, 3064 *V A4/02/HTE VIENNE’ (A1-), & backstamped with light double-circle wmk J, code 93 in BLC, HG #42a, cancelled with ‘LED G? CHEZEAUX/21/AVRIL/02/HTE VIENNE’ (B1) arrival, ‘PFAFFENHOFFEN a/J/28/JAN/5-6 m/94’ (A2), adhesion on vertical crease at left. $5 back. 1904 Sower With Shaded Background 10c carmine on 3038 *** AGERMAN STATES | Prussia greenish, HG #64, control number ‘608’, slight discolouration towards edges. $8 3065 F D 1858-60 Wilhelm IV - Imperf, No Wmk 4pf green, Mi #9a, Cat 3039 *F A1928 Sower 40c violet on grey-green, number ‘823’, HG #91, €36, 3 margins, extensive thin cancelled with double-circle ‘LE CREUSOT/15*/30-12/29/SNE 3066 F A - 3s yellow-orange, Mi #12a, Cat €18, 3 good margins, 1 very ET LOIRE’ (A1-) to Chalon, backstamped with boxed close. ‘CHAUSSUERS GENTY/29DEC1923/LE CREUSOT’ (A1) in purple, filing holes. $5 GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3040 *** A1945-46 Ceres Sideface 2.50f light brown on white, HG #162, 3067 *F A1862 Eagle 2 Lines Through Stamp 1sgr rose on white paper, creased TRC, small closed tear at right. $6 HG #B23, cancelled with boxed ‘ST. GUAR/11 8 * ?’ (C1), flap removed. FRANCE | First Day Covers 1952 Council Of Europe 30f green tied to illustrated FDC by 3041 *V A GERMAN STATES | Wurttemberg | Postal Stationery - Envelopes STRASBOURG cds 31 MAI 1952. $25 3068 *** A 1887 Flap Embossing Removed 5pf violet on bluish, HG #33. FRANCE | Postal History GERMAN STATES | Wurttemberg | Postal History 3042 *F A 1824 entire from England to Paris, rated “1/2” in black, red straight-line ‘ANGLETERRE’ on face and very fine red triple1923 use of 50m x2, 100m x5 & 400m surcharges, cancelled 3069 *F A circle ‘Septembre/3/1824’ (A1) backstamp. $30 with ‘ERBACH/21/AUG/23/IN WÜTTBG’ (A2). 3043 *F A1833 stampless entire cancelled with double-circle ‘[?]E GERMANY VIGAN[DE]/10/JUIN/[1833]/(29)’ (B2), nice blue double-circle ‘ST HIPPOLYTE-DU-FORT/10/JUIN/1833/(29)’ (B1). $40 3070 F A B1 1872 Small Shield 3kr carmine, 2 different shades, Mi #9, Cat €34. (2)

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1872 Large Shield 1gr carmine with coloured flaw in solid border above E of REICH. - 2gr ultramarine, Mi #20 - 2½gr chestnut, Mi #21, Cat €100. - 2½gr reddish brown, Mi #21a, Cat €85, cancelled with doublecircle Erfurt of 1874, pulled perf at base. - 5gr bistre, Mi #22, Cat €40. 1875-1900 2 Mark dark claret, cancelled on 24 1/91, Mi #37e. 1875-79 ‘PFENNIGE’ 50pf grey-green, Mi #38, Cat €18. 1880-1900 3pf brown, 5pf green (4 different shades), 20pf ultramarine (3 different shades), 25pf orange, 50pf brown (2 different shades), Mi #45-50. (11) 1900 ‘REICHPOST’ 2pf, 3pf, 5pf (2 shades), 10pf (2 shades), 20pf, 40pf & 80pf, Mi #53-62 range. (9) 1902 Germania Inscribed ‘DEUTCHES REICH’ set of 10, Mi #68-77, Cat €15. 1902 ‘DEUTSCHES REICH’ 3M violet-black perf 26:17, Mi #80A, Cat €25. 1915-19 ‘DEUTSCHES REICH’ Wmk Lozenges 3pf, 20pf, 50pf & 60pf, Mi #84.II,87.II,91.II,92.II. (4) 1916-18 Germania Unshaded 7½pf orange (3 shades), 15pf yellow-brown, 15pf violet, 2pf grey & 75pf (3 shades), Mi #99104 range. (10) 1920-21 ‘Deutsches Reich’ Overprint 5M orange Type I, Mi #136.I, Cat €12. 1922 Posthorn New Values 5M, 10M, 20M rotary (cancelled 11.1.23), 30M flat x2, 30M rotary x3 (one perf ‘RH/N’), 50M flat x3 & 50M rotary, Mi #205-9 range. (12) 1922-23 Posthorn 8m olive, Rotary plate, Mi #229W, Cat €36. 1926-27 Portraits set of 13, Mi #385-97, Cat €22, 80pf has a couple of short perfs at base & some slight toning. 1928-30 Presidents set of 13, Mi #410-22, Cat €34. 1934 Airmail 2m dark yellow-green & black, Mi #538, Cat €25. 1935 Saar Restoration set of 4, Mi #565-8, Cat €13.

GERMANY | Official Stamps 3091 F B B1 1922-23 Wmk Mesh 10m grey-green on reddish, Mi #71, Cat €12, small tear at base. GERMANY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3092 *F A1875 New Currency 5 pfennige violet, HG #5, cancelled with ‘HANNOVER/1/12 1/* 80 b/8-12N’ (A1), to Hildesheim, some light edge wear. GERMANY | Postal History 3093 *F A1806 entire with straight-line ‘NECZARETZ.R2’ (A2) on face, rated ‘1’ in red. 1896 use of 3p pale blue Berlin Packetfahrt, cancelled with poor 3094 *F Astrike of 20DEC96. 3095 *V A1922 use of 80pf blue x3, 120pf blue x3 & 1m x2 on registered cover from Kirn to USA, currency control tape at left. 3096 *F A 1938 plain cover with 12+38pf Hitler’s Birthday tied by Vienna Fuhrers Birthday cancel 20April 1938, unaddressed. 1944 use of Feldpost letter sheet, cancelled with double-circle 3097 *F A‘23.1.44.-16’, to Munich, with ‘Olenitstelle ?? 3633/[eagle]/ Briefstempel’ (A2) in purple, small closed tear at base. 1947 use of 2p Gardener, 6p Gardener, 9p Sower & 12p worker 3098 *V A cancelled with Pictorial ‘(20a) HANNOVER 2/EXPORT/MESSE/ 1947/18 AUG.-7.SEPT/’ (A1) on un-addressed Export Messe Postal Card. 1964 use of 10pf Durer on cover to Munich with “35” altered to 3099 *F A “40” and red boxed ‘Nachgebühr/31.7.64/1’ (A1) all on face. GERMANY | Military - World War I Period 3100 *F A 1915 use of ‘Gefangenen-Abteilung/Barbara-Kaserne, Bautzen’ cover, cancelled with poor Bautzen of 26.6.15, to Red Cross in Geneva, with boxed ‘Kriedsgefangenen-Sendung./GefangenenAbteilung Bautzen./Postverkehr-Prüfungsstelle./Geprüft:’ (A1) in green & very light circular ‘F.a.’ in green, some mild creasing. 1917 use of Feldpostkarte, cancelled with double-circle ‘K.D. 3101 *F A Feldpost/28.8.17.9-10V/’ (A1), to Leipzig, with very light oval ‘5. K?????ERT/NO 104 ???’ in purple. GERMANY | Military - World War II Period 1941 use of stampless cover, cancelled with void ‘/17.2.41.3-4N’ 3102 *V A(B1), from FPO L03171 (Eastern France or Belgium - part of bombing campaign against England), FPO L03171 handstamp in BLC. 3103 *F A 1942 use of ‘Feldpost’ letter sheet, cancelled with double-circle ‘SCHOPHEIM/22.12.42.10-11/D’, to Holstein, with circular civilian censor handstamp for Schopheim. 1943 use of stampless envelope endorsed “Feldpost”, cancelled 3104 *V Awith ‘SULZBERG/23.1.43/b’ (A1), to Feldpost L-13591, letter included, odd tonespot. 3105 *F A - use of stampless envelope endorsed “Feldpost”, cancelled with ‘WIEN 1/11.2.43-11’ (A1-) machine, to German soldier at FP 06735 B (5th Batt. Artillery Regt, 44th Inf. Div, 6th Army, Army Group Don) with manuscript “Zurich” annotation, returned to sender. [The Unit was lost in the Siege of Stalingrad by 12 Jan 1943] - use of Feldpost lettersheet, cancelled with double-circle 3106 *F A‘SULZBERG/15VI43/b’, to FP L-13591, some light toning. 3107 *F A - use of POW letter sheet, cancelled with ‘NEW YORK, N.Y./JUL 1/7PM/1943 - MORGAN/ANNEX’ (A1), to Berlin, bearing ‘U.S. CENSORSHIP/*/EXAMINED/By 152’ (A1) in purple, straight-line ‘17.10.ZÜRUCK’ (A1-) in purple, ‘Ab’ handstamp in purple & boxed ‘Eingang/22OKT1943/Beantw:.../Erl.:...’ (A1-) in purple, translation included.

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$35 $20 $4 $10 GERMANY - Occupied & Plebiscite Territories | Postal History 1915 use of ‘Belgien’ 3c, 5c, 10c & 25c (Mi #1-4), cancelled with 3110 *V C ‘KAIS.D.FELDPOST/STATION/11.4.15.9-10V/Nr 45 d’ (A1), to $15 Germany, surname partly rubbed out leaving hole in face.

$5 GERMANY - Allied Occupation | Postal History 3111 *V A 1947 use of 20p grey Sower & 75p lilac-blue (Mi #950,934) cancelled by double-circle ‘[3 in circle] ANKLAM 1/8.9.47.-10/d’ $6 on USA cover. $12 GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet) 3112 * A B1 1946 Numerals: 4pf black-blue, Mi #914b. $5 3113 F A A1 1947-48 Industry: 6pf shade set of 4, Mi #944, Cat €80+. 3114 F A- B1 - 3m red, Mi #961, Cat €15, light TRC bend.

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$12 GERMANY - Allied Occupation (American & British) 3115 F A B1 1945 American Printing: set of 9, Mi #7-9, Cat €11. 3116 F A B1 1945 German Printing: 16pf blue-green, P11x11½, Mi #25B, $6 Cat €24. 3117 F A- B1 - 20pf cyan, P11½x11, Mi #26bB, Cat €25, some slight toning. $20 GERMANY - East $20 3118 V A A1 1953 5 Year Plan 30p brownish red, Mi #373, CTO.

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GERMANY - West 3121 V A B1 3122 F A B1 $5 3123 V A A1 3124 F A B1 3125 F A B1 3126 F A B1 $10 3127 V A B1 3128 W A A1 $20 3129 F A A1

1949 Bonn Parliment set of 2, Mi #111-2, Cat €55. 1951 Posthorn 70pf yellow-orange, Mi #136, Cat €19. 1952 Humanitarian Relief Fund set of 4, Mi #156-9, Cat €130. 1953 Red Cross 10pf dark olive-green & red, Mi #164. 1954 President Heuss set of 20, Mi #177-96, Cat €25. 1954 St. Bonifatius 20pf lilac-grey & orange-red, Mi #199. 1956 Youth Hostels Fund set of 2, Mi #232-3, Cat €14. 1958 Humanitarian Relief set of 4, Mi #297-300. 1964 Capitals of Federal Lands set of 12, Mi #416-27.

$90 GERMANY - West | Commemorative Covers 1953 unaddressed cover with 1953 Munich Transport Exhibition 3130 *V A set Mi 167-70 plus 20pf Road Safety Mi 162 tied by fine strikes $35 DEUTCHES TURNFEST 1953 HAMBURG 03 8 53 Pictorial cancels. $25 GERMANY - West | Postal History 1957 use of 1957 10p Württemberg (first day) & mining set, 3131 *V A cancelled with light Dortmund of 16.11.57 on air cover to Australia, 1p numeral x3 & 10p Württemberg uncancelled on $6 back. $20 GERMANY - Berlin (West) 3132 F A- A1 1959 Heuss 70pf dark blue-violet, Mi #186, Cat €14, large envelope adherance. GERMAN EAST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1905 Yacht and New Currency 4h green on buff, HG #18, 3133 *F A uprated with 4h green cancelled with bridge-style ‘DARESSALAM/17.10.09/DEUTSCH-/OSTAFRICA’ (B2), to $30 Germany. 3134 *V A - 7½h red, HG #19, philatelic use to Germany, cancelled with double-circle ‘TABORA/27.2.13/DEUTSCH-/OSTAFRIKA’ (B1- $10 rated 100 by Proud). GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY 3135 * A B1 1884 20pa on 10pf red, Mi #2b, Cat €80. GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $25 3136 *F B 1886 German Eagle 10pf rose, cancelled with ‘CONSTANTINOPEL/2/19 3/[87]/2-3N/D[EUTSCHE POS]T.’ (A2), commercial use to England, tone spots. $15 3137 *F B 1891 20pa on 10pf HG 3 code ‘198f’ at L/R, commercial use Constantinopel to GB in 1898, minor crease at left. 1900 Germania 20 Para on 10p carmine on buff, HG #7, 3138 *F A $25 cancelled ‘JERUSALEM/10/2/03/DEUTSCH POST’ (C1). GIBRALTAR 3139 * A B1 $60 $25

3140 *

A B1

3141 ** B B1 3142 *

A A1

1886 Sterling Values 1d rose, SG #9, Cat £45, hinge remainder. 1899 Spanish Currency Surcharges 40c on 4d orange-brown, SG #19, Cat £50. 1938-51 Pictorials 2d grey P14 SG 124, top left-corner block of 4 with toned gum, Cat £104. 1948 Silver Wedding set SG 134-5. (2)

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS 3143 * A B1 1939-55 KGVI Pictorials short set to 6d, SG #43-50. 3144 F A B2 1956-62 QEII Pictorials ½d to 1/- SG 64-71. (8) $30 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postal History 1935 use of 3d Silver Jubilee pair on registered cover to Apia. 3145 *F A

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postmarks 3146 D A B1- Beru: light ‘BERU/1DEC64?AM/GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS’, on 1d QEII Pictorials x3 on large piece. PO c.1911. 3147 D A B2 Betio: light strike of ‘BETIO-TARAWA/8JU/62/G.E.I.C.’ on 1/QEII Pictorial. PO 5/4/1957; closed 12/2/1964. 3148 S A A3 Butaritari: violet ‘[GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS PROTECTORATE]/POSTAL/DEPARTMENT’ on 1d Pandanaus. 3149 S A B2 3150 D A B1 3151 * A- B1

3152 * A C1 3153 D A D1 3154 S A A3 3155 D A C2 3156 D A B1 3157 * A B1

3158 S A C2

PO 1/1/1911.

- double-circle ‘[POST] OFFICE/OC11/47/BUTARITARI’, on 1d green & purple KGVI. Funafuti: ‘GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS/23AU35/POST OFFICE/FUNAFUTI’, on Jubilee set of 3 on large piece to Fiji, bearing boxed ‘FUNAFUTI/REG. LETTER No...’ (A2). PO c.1911. - ‘FUNAFUTI/8MAY57 1041AM/GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS, on 6d red-brown & black & ½d black & blue QEII Definiives, on cover to Sydney, NSW, with boxed ‘G. & E.I.C./FUNAFUTI./R. No.__’ (B1) handstamp. - light ‘FUNAFUTI/30MAY59-758AM/GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS’ on 1d, 3d, 5d & 6d x2 on registered Gibson cover. PO c.1911.

Kuria: worn violet double-circle ‘GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS/P.O./KURIA/COLONY’ (#10 - letters 2½mm high) on KGV 1d violet. PO c.1912. Marakei: ‘[GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS]/P.O./MARAK[EI]/ [COLONY]’ undated cancel (type V16, used 1934-35 only) in violet on ½d green KGV. PO c.1912. Nonouti: violet worn triple-circle ‘[GILBERT ]& ELLICE ISLANDS/P.O./[N]ONOUTI./[COLONY]’ on 1d violet KGV. PO c.1923.

Nui: light double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/AP29/[60]/NUI’ (year omitted), on 1d QEII Pictorial. PO c.1919. Tabiteuea: light ‘TABITEUEA/10SEP73 ?45PM/GILBERT/&/ ELLICE ISLANDS’, on 25c Loading Copra & 2c Lagoon Fishing, with boxed ‘G. & E.I.C./TABITEUEA/R...’ (B1) in purple, on Gibson cover by air to Penrith, NSW. PO c.1911; renamed Tabiteuea North PO c.1972.

Vaitupu: blue double-circle ‘[GIL]BERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS COLO[NY]/P.O./VAITUPU/ISLAND./[*]’, on 1d red KGV rejoined pair. [Blue ink not recorded by Fitchett.] PO c.1916.

GREAT BRITAIN | Official Stamps 3187 F B B1 1882-1901 I.R. OFFICIAL ½d & 1d values including SG O1, O3 (M & U), O5, O17, O13, O21, few tone spots, Cat £58. (9) $5

$24

GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $4 3188 *** A+ 1940 KGVI 1d+1d doubleton carmine on cream, arms type 5, HG #63 (Huggins & Baker #CP99).

$20

$20 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1911 KGV 1d, HG #A5 (Huggins & Baker #LCP5), minor 3189 *** B blemishes. $4

$7

GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Lettercards (Formular) 3190 *** A 1930s Buckfast Abbey with pictures of the rebuilt Abbey.

$5

GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1881-83 Date Circles Removed 1d pink with Die number on 3191 *** Acream laid paper size d, HG #B9h (Huggins & Baker #EP29).

$5

$12

$15 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1883 1d Pink on ‘Messrs Weill & Co/Watchmaker’ cover, HG 3192 *** A #KB11 (Huggins & Baker #ES11). $15 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3193 *F A1923 Code Letters Under Flap 4½d red-violet on white, 133x82mm, with code letters MU under flap (Dec 1926 printing), $25 HG #C51a (Huggins & Baker #RP39F), with Burnley 6 registration label manuscript edited from 11, cancelled with oval ‘REGISTERED/25MY27/BURNLEY’ (B1) & ‘OXFORD RD/*/ $12 25MY/BURNLEY’ (B2), with Hobart Registered arrival of 27JE27, some light creasing. $30 GREAT BRITAIN | First Day Covers 1938 KGVI 3d violet on plain typed FDC cancelled with Palmers 3194 *F A$5 Green machine cancel of 31 JAN 1938, SG #467, closed tear at top from opening. $12 $20

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Gilbert Islands 3159 ** A A1 1968 Cultural 2c bistre, SG #136, corner imprint block of 10, with plate number ‘1’ in 4 colours.

$4

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Gilbert Islands | Postmarks 3160 * A A1- Abiang: double-circle ‘ABIANG/*/26JA/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’, on 1c Toddy & 4c Fishing on Simpson cover.

$10

GOLD COAST | Postmarks 3161 S A B2- Beyin: [B]EYIN/C/MR12/01/[GOLD CO]AST’ on 1d. [rated 80 by Proud]

$16

GREAT BRITAIN 3162 F A A1 3163 G A A1

1883-84 QV High Values 2/6d lilac, SG 178, Cat £110. 1883-84 Lilacs & Greens 6d dull green, SG #194, Cat £200, messy pmk. 3164 F A B1 1902-10 KEVII 1/- dull green & carmine, SG #257, Cat £35. 3165 * B A1 1911-13 Somerset House 9d reddish purple & light blue, SG #306, Cat £80, vertical crease, hinge fragment. 3166 * A- B1 1912-24 Wmk Simple Cypher 7d olive, SG #387, Cat £20, couple of toned perfs. 3167 F A B1 1918-19 Seahorses Bradbury, Wilkinson Printing 5/- rosered, SG #416, Cat £110. 3168 * A B1 1929 PUC ½d to 2½d, SG #434-7, Cat £16+, 1d mtd. (4) 3169 * A- B1 - 1d scarlet, SG #435, with white flaw below O of ONE, hinge fragment, some minor paper adhesion on reverse 3170 * A- B1 - 2½d pale blue, SG #437, Cat £10, light TLC crease. 3171 * A A1 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4, SG #453-6. 3172 F A B2 1939-48 KGVI High Values 2/6d to £1 basic set of high values (no 10/- dark blue) SG 476-8b, 1 short perf on £1. (5) 3173 F A A1 - 10/- dark blue SG 478. 3174 F A A1 1948 Royal Silver Wedding £1 blue SG 494. 3175 F A B1 1951 Festival High Values 2/6d to £1 SG 509-12, Cat £25. (4) 3176 * A- A1 1953 Coronation set of 4, SG #532-5, Cat £16, 1/6d has a slight central tone spot & minor bend to BRC. 3177 * A- A1 1955-58 QEII Waterlow Castles £1 black, SG #539, Cat £130, couple of short perfs 3178 ** A A1 1969 Prince of Wales 9d celtic cross, near complete sheet of 55, missing 1/1-5, SG #805. 3179 ** A A1 1990 Stamp World 90 minisheet with 20p brownish black & cream, SG #1501. 3180 ** A A1 1994 D-Day set of 5 in se-tenant strip, SG #1824a. 3181 ** A A1 1911 Grover & Co red P14x15 block of 4. [This machine was used for printing coils.] 3182 ** A B1 1955(c.) Testing Stamps ‘FOR TESTING PURPOSES ONLY’ in grey P15x14 wmk St. Edward’s Crown vertical strip of 4. GREAT BRITAIN | Booklets 3183 ** B 1943 2/6d KGVI covers intact, half a ½d green pane (3) remaining, SG #BD18, Cat £40, edition Apr 1950. - Letters to the Forces ‘APRIL, 1945’, (2½d x6, 2d x6 & ½d x6), 3184 * B SG #BD18(21), Cat £55, some fading to top edge, small paper abrasion & staining from mounting. 3185 ** A 50p 1981-82 Follies, Mow Cop Castle Type A x8, Type B x4, SG #FB18A,B, Cat £53. GREAT BRITAIN | Coil Stamps 3186 ** A B1 1981 2 sets of 2½p, 3p x3 in horizontal coil (8), SG #X929l.

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GREAT BRITAIN | Postal History 3195 *F A1823 entire with ‘9’ on face to Essex, straight-line ‘HALSTEAD/ 48’ (C1) and red double-circle ‘F/15JY15/1823’ (A1) both on back. 1831 outer with black “4” on face to Exeter, unframed 3196 *F A‘DAWLISH/=’ (A2 - Whitney type O £30) on back. 1850 use of nice 3-margins 1d red on blue [QA], light blue 3197 *F A ‘SUTTON-IN-ASHFIELD’ (C1-) backstamp. 3198 *G A1886 use of 2½d Lilacs on 1883 2d Registration Envelope (Huggins & Baker #RP13) to Germany. 1887 use of 2½d purple on blue, cancelled with Hoster machine 3199 *F A ‘LONDON/6/DE24/E. 87 C.’ (A1-), on cover to New York, backstamped with light twin circle ‘NEW YORK/JAN/1 - C/88 PAID/PO/ALL’ (B1). 3200 *F A 1896 use of 5d dull purple & blue Die II on 2d blue registration envelope, cancelled with oval ‘REGISTERED/C/7AU95/ WORMWOOD ST B.O.E.C.’ (B1), to Melbourne, Vic. 3201 *F A1899 use of 1d lilac Die II, cancelled with framed duplex ‘SOUTHPORT/H/AU24/99 - 494’ to South Australia, hexagonal ‘T/15/L’ & ‘3’ handstamps on face, squared-circle ‘GREENOCK/2/SE25/99/S_A’ arrival on back. 3202 *F A1914 use of 2½d blue KGV, cancelled with London machine of 3SEP14 on London Country & Westminster Bank printed envelope for Hope & Co, Bankers, Amsterdam, Holland, sealed at top with ‘[arms]/OPENED BY/CENSOR’ label in black on light pink, backstamped with light ‘AMSTERDAM/1-2V/10IX/1914/***’ (B1) arrival, paper aged & small closed tear at TRC. 3203 *F A 1920 use of stampless black & white PPC of ‘ST. GEREON’ in Koln, cancelled with double-circle ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/8/ 4JA/20/4’ (A2), with boxed ‘HEADQUARTERS/TRUCK KITCHEN/BATTALION/CALAIS DUNES/Name.../Date...’ (B1). 1940 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with ‘OFFICIAL 3204 *F B PAID, LONDON S.W.1/4.30PM/31OC/40/7’ (A1) in red with double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/EXPRESS/DELIVERY’ (A2), to Sir Robert Gower, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, signed “David Margesson”, 1st Viscount of Rugby, Chief Govt Whip & soon to be Secretary of State for War, closed tear in backflap. 1943 Western Union Cablegram and ‘Telephone Confirmation’ 3205 *F A envelope from USA to Northwood, violet octagonal ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No./2374’ (A1) on telegram, censor tape has been removed from envelope. 3206 *F A 1946 use of 5d on air cover to Czechoslovakia, from Free Czech Forces at Riddlesworth Camp. GREAT BRITAIN | Flight Covers 1946 London - Hong Kong on First Flight cover franked with 3207 * A 2½d blue KGVI block of 6, cancelled with double-circle ‘LONDON F.S./23AU/46/38’ (A1-) & backstamped with doublecircle ‘HONG KONG/9-30/28AU/46/12’ (A1) arrival. GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War I Period 3208 *F A 1916 use of 1d carmine KGV with 2 value circles on cream laid paper envelope, H&G #B20c (Huggins & Baker #EP57), uprated with 1½d brown KGV Sideface, cancelled with Bootle, L’pool machine & light ‘LIVERPOOL/13OC/16/C’, to Basel, Switzerland, with ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR.’ label in red on white with some damage to TLC & ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR./4222’ label in black on white, backstamped with Basel of 20.X.16, Unusual combination of censor labels.

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GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War II Period 3209 *F B 1945 stampless cover addressed to Stalag Luft 3, Germany, address crossed out and letter returned to Malvern, England, left side sealed with ‘EXAMINER/3305’ tape and right side sealed with ‘OFFICIALLY SEALED ON THE/POST OFFICE’ label endorsed “To Dad...Malvern/Australia”, violet handstamp from Swiss PO advising the letter could not be delivered. 1946 use of 3d, cancelled with ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/5AU/46/ 3210 *F B 731’ (A1 - Transjordan), on air letter to USA, from Arab Legion, MEF, written in Arabic. GREAT BRITAIN | Military Postmarks 3211 * A- A1 Field Post Office double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/+/ 7AP/16/D.20’ (Somme area, France), on 2d black KGV Registration Envelope with blue registration label, to Holborn, GB, with hexagonal ‘PASSED/FIELD/CENSOR/[crown]/1100’ (A1-) in purple, some damage on reverse. GREAT BRITAIN | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3212 D A B1 23: (numerals 4mm high) of Bexley on 1d red-brown on blued [EA] on piece. 3213 * A A2 730: framed duplex ‘STAFFORD/J/MY24/73 - 730’ on 1d red plate ‘176’ on mourning cover, framed ‘WESTON/MY2/[?]/ STAFFS’ (A2) arrival. GREAT BRITAIN | Postmarks 3214 D A B2 Barrow-In-Furness: 3-arc squared-circle ‘BARROW-INFURNESS/E/MY11/83’ on 1d lilac. 3215 * A- B2 Kingsland: red boxed ‘Kingsland’ on entire to Henley on Thames, red octagonal ‘7 NIGHT 7/AP11/1824’ (B2) backstamp. 3216 * A- A1 Lombard Street: red Maltese cross ‘PAID/LS/9DE9/1841’ on outer to Halifax. GREECE 3217 F A B2

1901-02 Hermes With Staff 2d copper, Mi #136, Cat €10, 1 short perf at base. GREECE | Postal History 1926 use of 1913-23 Litho Hermes 1dr x2 & 3dr x2 on large 3218 *F B registered letter to London, stamps have been used to seal corners of the cover, several folds. GRENADA 3219 * A- B1

1938-50 Definitives 10/- blue-black & carmine P14 (narrow), SG #163e, Cat £32, small tone spot at top.

GRENADA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3220 *V A1902 KEVII 1d red, HG #12, to Scotland, cancelled with ‘ST.GEORGES/MR19/03/GRENADA’ (A1). GRENADA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1912 ½d green on buff, HG #E8. 3221 *** A GRENADA | First Day Covers 3222 *F A 1984 Fish set, SG #1334-7 on WWF FDCs unaddressed. (4) GRENADA | Postal History 3223 *F B 1902 ‘GRENADA/D/6AU02’ (B1) arrival on face of José Anjo black & white PPC of ‘St. John, Antigua. W.I. Cathedral.’, Leeward Islands 1d QV cancelled with ‘ANTIGUA/JY30/02/*’ (A1) to St. Andrew’s, Grenada, a few faults. [Rated 800 by Proud.] GRIQUALAND WEST 3224 G B A1 1877-78 Overprints on COGH: ‘G’ type 1a with frame on 1d carmine-red, SG #5a, Cat £22, some toning. GUAM | Postal History 3225 *F A 1937 cover to UK with USA Adhesives tied by fine GUAM MAY3 1937 cancel. GUATEMALA 3226 DF A

1935-36 Pictorials 1c scarlet & brown bisect on piece, SG #294a. 1941 2c Barrios Bisect plus 2c Barrios on small piece. 3227 F A 3228 F A - unseparated pair plus 4 halves, SG #413. - plus 2c Barrios & 1942 Obligatory Tax on piece. 3229 F A GUERNSEY | Postal Stationery - Registration Envs (Formular) 3230 *** A1970s compensation begins 20p up to £150, size K. HAITI | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3231 *** A 1898 Augustin Simon Sam 1c+1c blue on grey, HG #4. HONDURAS | Postal History 3232 *F A 1938 (Jan) use of 1c Tegucigalpa, 2c Comayagua Cathedral x2 & 50c Royal Palace on attractive ‘EL CRONOMETRO’ advertising cover, airmail to “Jüdische Rundschau” Berlin. HONG KONG 3233 * A B2 1938-52 Definitives Perf 14 20c scarlet-vermilion, SG #148, rough perfs. 3234 ** A A1 1962-73 QEII Wmk St. Edwards Crown 65c ultramarine SG 204 Plate 1B corner strip of three Cat £50+. 3235 * A B1 - $1 sepia, SG #205, Cat £18. 3236 F A A1 1963 Red Cross set of 2, SG #212-3. 3237 F A- A1 1968-73 Wmk Sideways 65c Bauhinia blakeana, SG #254a, Cat £21, mild paper damage at TRC near QEII portrait 3238 V A A1 1971 Year of the Pig $1.30 pig, SG #269, Cat £11. 3239 F A A1 - $1.30 pig, SG #269, Cat £11. 3240 F A A1 1973-74 QEII 25c lake-brown, SG #286. 3241 F A A1 - $10 pink & deep blackish olive, SG #295. 3242 F A B1 1975 Year of the Hare $1.30 gold & green, wmk St. Edwards Crown, SG #328. 3243 ** A A1 1976 QEII No Wmk $5 pink & royal blue, SG #351, Cat £10.

3244 F B A1 3245 F B A1

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3246 F 3247 V 3248 F 3249 F

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1982 QEII Definitives $50 deep claret & brownish grey, SG #430, Cat £32, tiny closed tear at left edge. 1985-87 QEII $50 deep claret & brownish grey, SG #487, Cat £27, thin. 1985 New Buildings $5 Coliseum, SG #506, Cat £11. 1986 QEII 60th $5 Crown Agent’s Office, SG #516. 1987-88 QEII Heavy Shading $20 mauve, SG #551A, Cat £13. 1989-91 QEII With Year $10 yellow-brown, 1991 imprint, SG #613.

HONG KONG | Postal History 3250 *F A 1998 use of HK Skyline 10c, 20c & $5 plus $3.10 World Bank & $5 Special Administrative Region on long registered air cover to Sydney. - use of HK Skyline $1 x3, $3.10 & $10 on long registered air 3251 *F Acover to Sydney.

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HONG KONG | Flight Covers 3252 *G A 1952 Hong Kong to Burma Pan Am first direct flight to Rangoon, 50c purple cancelled on 8DEC/1952, Rangoon arrival $10 10DEC52, First Air Mail cachet on face. - Pan Am first direct flight to Rangoon, 50c purple cancelled on 3253 *G A 8DEC/1952, Rangoon arrival 10DEC52, First Air Mail cachet on $10 face.

$20

HONG KONG | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3254 S A B2 F1: of Foochowfoo on 2c brown, short corner. [Rated 500 by $8 Proud] 3255 S A C2 - ‘F1’ of Foochow on 10c green Crown/CA. [Rated 500 by $30 Proud.]

$50

$10 HUNGARY 3256 F A 3257 ** A

1978 Mosaics minisheet, Mi #Block 134, Cat €10. 1980 Space Programme minisheet, Mi #Block 143.

$20

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| Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $5 HUNGARY 3258 *** A1882-99 No Wmk 2kr brown on buff, Hungarian headings, HG #14, some corner wear 3259 *** A1912 New Colours With Border & Dividing Line 10f red, international headings, HG #36, slight water damage. $16 ICELAND 3260 F A- B1 1882 New Colours 20a blue, P14x13½, Mi #14Aa, Cat €40, slight toning at edges. $18 3261 F B B2 1876-82 New Currency 20a blue, P12½, Mi #14Ba, Cat €28, some toning, rounded BRC. 3262 * A- B1 1920 Christian X 5k pale brown & blackish blue, Mi #98, Cat €120, gum fault. $30 3263 V A A1 1921-22 Surcharges 5a on 16a Christian IX & Frederik VIII, Mi #105, with large duplication of top frame at right. $16 3264 ** A B1 1937 Silver Jubilee 10a green sheet of 100 separated into marginal corner blocks of 25, Mi #187, Cat €300, a couple of stamps creased. $12 3265 F A A1 1938 Geysers set of 4, Mi #193-6. 3266 * A B1 1939 New York Worlds Fair short set to 45a, Mi #204-6, Cat €15, 35a is right marginal with perf pip & MUH. 3267 V A A1 1947 Air set of 6, Mi #241-6. 3268 **/* A A1 1950 Primary Industry set of 10, Mi #263-70,296-7, Cat €85, 10a, 20a & 1.5k values hinged $75 3269 V A A1 1950 Bishop Arason set of 5, SG 158-62, Mi #271-2. 3270 * A B1 1956 Waterfalls set of 8, Mi #303-10, Cat €60. 3271 ** A A1 1965 National Costume 100kr woman, Mi #398. $10 3272 ** A A1 1971 Europa set of 2, Mi #451-2. 3273 ** A A1 1990 Landscapes set of 2 in marginal blocks of 4, Mi #731-2, Cat €32+.

$18

| First Day Covers $80 ICELAND 1944 Republic complete set of 6 on large format FDC, Mi #2313274 *V A 6, Cat €120.

$80

$5 INDIA $5 3275 **/* A B1 $5 $5 3276 ** A A1 3277 ** A A1

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1921 NINE PIES Surcharge 1a rose-carmine with NINE NINE in pair with normal, SG #192a, Cat £80+. 1975 Dancers SG 779-784 marginal blocks of 4, Cat £32. (24) 1977 Asiana 77 SG 861-2 marginal blocks of 4. (8)

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Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $20 INDIA | * 3278 ** A+ 1947 Hyderabad 1a4p green on brown laid paper, new date(1366), Black opt ‘Indian P & T Service’, Deschl #E23, HG $5 #B22.

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INDIA | Postal History 1867 use of ½a blue Envelope with blue seal (HG #B1), 3279 *F B cancelled with framed duplex ‘MIRZAPORE/JL.7/67 - 139’ (A2), backstamps include 26½mm framed ‘TRAVELLING·POST·OFFICE/JL.8/NO5/c/+N.W.P+’ (B1 similar to Renouf 108b but not described) triangular ‘S/67/JUL 9/ DELHIE’ (A2) & red hexagonal ‘DEHLIE/JL 9/67’ (C1). 3280 *F C 1890 use of ½a Envelope uprated with 2a orange on back, cancelled with poor ‘KOHAT/11DEC90 - L’ (type 19), poor boxed ‘REGISTERED/KOHAT/[?]’ on face, very fine ‘PIND-PADANKHAN/DE13/90’ (A1) arrival on back, opened roughly at right. 3281 *F A1897 use of 1a on 1½a blue Postal Card, cancelled with poor bridge-type Srinagur of 5FE97, to London, framed ‘SEA POST OFFICE/C/FE.13/97/+’ (A1 - type D22 - used on SS Ganges) on face. 3282 *F A- A1 1948 use of 1r blue-grey & brown & 8a purple KGVI on air cover to Australia cancelled with double circle ‘[B]ATA[N]AGAR/ 2[8]MAY48/1130P.M’ (C2) & bearing ‘AIR MAIL.’ (A1) handstamp in purple, the 1r has been crossed out in purple and the cover is backstamped with ‘SINGAPORE/-4JUN48-1230PM’ (B1) cds.

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 INDIA | Military - World War II Period 3283 *V A1944 use of ‘SERVICE OF PRISIONERS OF WAR’ formular letter sheet, with octagonal ‘[crown]/PASSED/DHP/3’ (B1) & straight-line ‘DHP/303’ handstamp in purple from Camp 6 (Bangalore) & backstamped with ‘PIAZZA ARMERINA/4.7.44/ *ENNA*’ (A2-), assorted pinholes. INDIA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3284 * B B2 1: ‘B/1’ type 7 on East India ½a, red double-circle ‘CAL/?/G.P.O.’ (C1), double-circle ‘AGRA/11/AUG/1863/P.O.’ (B2) and poor Jeypore arrival of 13/AUG all on back of small cover. 3285 * A A2- 68: ‘[DEL]HI/27DE/68 - 68’ (Type 9III - used 1868-71) on ½a on small cover, ‘UMRITSUR/DE28’ (B1) and boxed ‘AM’ (B1) both in red on back. 3286 * C B1 154: diamond ‘C/154’ on East India 1a & 4a tied red ‘TR[ICH]INOPOLY/1868/JA15/RHNO1’ (A2) poor boxed ‘REGISTERED NO’ on face of fragile cover. 3287 * A- A2 A-24: ‘BEORA./AUG:12 - 1/A-24’ (type 17a) on ½a on small cover, other cancels include ‘1.DELY/BHOPAUL/AU15’ (A2), ‘SIRONJ/AUG:17’ (A1-) and boxed ‘TOO LATE’ (A1). INDIA | Postmarks 3288 * B A1 Bareilly R.S.: double-circle ‘T.P.O.MAIL.AGENT/NOV:6/ BAREILLY.R.S.’ on ½a Envelope cancelled with ‘T’ (A1-), ‘2DELY/DELHI/NOV:7’ (C1) arrival. 3289 * B A2 Madura: ‘MADURA/X/1DE/92/+’ (type 35 duplex) on ½a green, ‘[SE]COND.DELY/[N]EGAPATAM/?DEC.92’ (B2) arrival on back. 3290 * A- B1 Poona: squared-circle ‘POONA/2/OC3/86’ on ½a green on slightly reduced at left. 3291 * A A2 Rajpootana TPO: ‘J.5.IN/SET.NO3/4JL.’ on 9p Postal Card uprated with ½a x2, endorsed “Late Fee Paid”, double-circle ‘RINGAS/5JLY.42’ (B1) arrival. 3292 * A- A2 Saharanpur Mail Agent: double-oval ‘T.P.O.MAIL AGENT/ NOV:29/SAHARANPUR’ backstamp on ½a Envelope to Sambhar. [Recorded used 1878-80 only.] INDIAN STATES | Chamba | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3293 ** A1888 ‘CHAMBA STATE’ On Stamp & Black Even Sun ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, HG #3. INDIAN STATES | Chamba | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Official) 3294 *** A+ 1894 ‘SERVICE’ Opt ¼a ultramarine on buff, HG #D3. INDIAN STATES | Chamba | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1888 ‘CHAMBA STATE’ on Stamp & Black Even Sun ½a 3295 *** A green on white laid paper, size a, HG #B2. INDIAN STATES | Faridkot | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3296 *** A 1888 ‘FARIDKOT/STATE’ & Arms Both in Black 2a Blue on white, size F, HG #C1 INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3297 *** A+ 1888 ‘GWALIOR’ & Arms Both in Black ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #5. 3298 *F A1892 ‘GWALIOR’ & Arms Both in Black ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, sender half only, HG #8a, small part BLC missing. 3299 *F B 1903 KEVII ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #11, minor tear. 1929 KGV Larger Stamp ½a green on buff, Hindi 14mm, HG 3300 *F B #16 (Deschl #C31), creased 1946 KGVI New Native Arms ½a+½a maroon on buff, reply half 3301 *G A only, HG #23, double-circle ‘NASIRABAD-RAJPUTANA/DELY./ 7MAR47/8.30A.M./’ (B2) arrival on face. INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3302 *F B 1886 QV Black Opt & Coloured Arms ½a green on laid white paper, HG #B5, cancelled with ‘CHANDERI/8APR87’ (A1), repaired TLC. 1888 QV Black Opt & Arms ½a green on white laid paper, size 3303 *G B b, HG #B10, ‘MANDSAUR RY. STN/AU31/90’ (B1) backstamp, opened roughly at left 3304 *F B 1903 KEVII ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B15, reduced at left. INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3305 *F B 1908 Oval ½a yellow-green on white laid paper, HG #B17, opened roughly at right. 3306 *** A 1944 New Value 1a4p dark green on cream wove paper, size b, knife K10 but left flap on right flap, like HG #B24 (Deschl #E20d). INDIAN STATES | Jaipur | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3307 *F A1941 Buff Paper ¼a lake, typographed, HG #16 (Deschl #C23), spike hole. 1943 Singh II ¼a brown on buff, HG #20, ‘9APR49/BANDIKUI 3308 *G B S.O.’ (A2) arrival on face, crease. INDIAN STATES | Jaipur | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3309 *V B 1928 Sun Chariot ½a blue on white wove paper, size b, not listed HG (Deschl #E8), letter enclosed, opened roughly at left. INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1885 Curved ‘JHIND STATE’ ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff (reply 3310 *** A half only), HG #4. 1886 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Coloured Arms With 3311 *** A ‘JHIND STATE’ ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #9. 3312 *** A 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #11. - ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #11, large die. 3313 *** A - ¼a+¼a red-brown on buff, no perfs, size a, HG #12. 3314 *** A+

3315 ** B

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1904 KEVII ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #18, large Die, minor crease BLC. 1919 KGV ¼a blue-grey on buff, HG #20. 1940s KGVI ‘JIND’ Opt ½a maroon on buff, size d, HG #29.

$10 $10 $10

$25 INDIAN *STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3318 * A 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms 1a brown on white laid paper, size b, HG #B8.

$15

INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes * 1931 KGV ‘S.P. India’ Imprint Under Flap 2a+1a blue on buff, $6 3319 ** Asize 189x112mm, HG #C6a.

$50

3316 *** A 3317 *** B

INDIAN STATES | Nabha | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $8 1886-87 ‘NABHA STATE & Coloured Arms ¼a+¼a red-brown 3320 *** A on buff, imperf, size a, HG #4. $15 INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3321 *** A$12

3322 *G B

1888 ‘PUTTIALLA STATE’ & Black Arms ¼a red-brown on buff, size a, HG #9, minor crease. - ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #9, cancelled with Patiala squaredcircle.

INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Postmarks $25 3323 D A B2 TPO: hooded ‘[PAT]IALA-STATE/MAIL GUARD/MA30/90’, on ½a Env cut-out. INDIAN STATES | Travancore | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $6 3324 *F C 1915 Arms in Centre of Heading 4ca red rose on buff, HG #20, $4 spike hole, grubby. 3325 *F C - 4ca red-rose on cream, HG #20, couple of minor holes & BLC missing. $16 INDO-CHINA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1928 Native Views 4c red-violet on greenish, HG #18. 3326 *** A $25 IRAN | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1967 8r violet/blue HG FG8, commercial use to India in 1969. 3327 *F AIRELAND $25 3328 F A B1 $45

3329 F A B1 3330 F A- B1

1922-34 Wmk S In E set of 12, SG #71-82, Cat £50, 2½d has rounded BRC. - 5d deep violet, SG #78. 1941 Easter Rising Opt set of 2, SG #126-7, Cat £11.7, 3d has a couple of tiny closed tears at base.

IRELAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1927 SE Monogram 1d carmine on gray, HG #3, cancelled with 3331 *F A $25 ‘IN BEAR MOR/515PM/7IX/31/Co CILL MANTAIN’. 3332 *F A 1931 SE Monogram 1d carmine on white, HG #4, cancelled with ‘PORT SALAINN/13IV/32/CO.DHONNANGALL’. * 1966 New Rates 3d ultramarine on white, HG #10, cancelled $36 3333 F A with Cill Airne machine of 13-VIII/1968. IRELAND | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 3334 * B 1926 SE Monogram 2d dark green on cream white, HG #A2, $12 used but not cancelled, side selvedges removed. 1950 ‘LITIR-CARTA’ 2½d brown on buff, HG #A6. 3335 *** A $6 3336 ** A 1953 New Rate 3d blue on buff, HG #A7, adhesions on back. $4 ISRAEL $5 3337 * A A1 1952 Bet Yaakov Lechu Venelcha Immigration Organization 110pr, with tab, SG #75, Cat £18, hinged in selvedge below tab only. $8 3338 * A A1 1953-56 Air tab set of 8, excludes 1000pr, SG #76-82a, Cat £70. 3339 * A B1 1954 Jewish Coins 4th Issue tab set of 4, SG #90-93. 3340 * A A1 1960-61 Airmail tab set of 9, SG #183-5a, Cat £19. 3341 * A A1 - I£1 black & pink, with tab, SG #185a. 3342 * A A1 1961-65 Zodiac tab set of 13, SG #198-210. $10 3343 * A A1 1961 Afforestation tab set of 2, SG #220-1. 3344 * A A1 1962 Airmail I£3 Bay of Elat, with tab, SG #223, Cat £21. 3345 * A A1 1965-75 Civic Arms tab set of 19, SG #294-309, Cat £14. $12 3346 * A A1 1966 Museum Exhibits tab set of 6, SG #342-7, Cat £25. 3347 * A A1 1968 Exports tab set of 10, SG #377-86. $5 ISRAEL | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 3348 *F A 1953 100p red/light blue overlay (+ 20p orange), HG FG10. ISRAEL | First Day Covers * 1972 Jethro’s Tomb 55a with Tabs on official FDC $15 3349 V A ISRAEL | Postal History $8 3350 *F A 1949 10m Ancient Coin, 20pr blue Flag with flag tab & 5pr dark blue vertical pair on air cover to London, cancelled with Tel Aviv cds. 3351 *V A1950 40pr green Immigration on official Philatelic Services air $5 envelope to UK with Tel Aviv cds, minor creasing in corners. 3352 *F A 1951 use of 40p 3rd Anniversary x2 on Express air letter to $5 London, boxed ‘EXPRESS FEE PAID’ (A2) on face. 1956 use of 30pr blue, cancelled with bilingual Haifa 12 of 3353 *F A 4.4.56, on plain domestic cover. 3354 *F B 1976 use of I£1 green arms vert pair with tab, 65a Zebulun x2, $25 25a Istanbuli synagogue pair with tabs, 15a orange Negev & 5a green landscape with tab, cancelled with light Bene Beraq of 1.4.76 on long air cover to USA, extensive light creasing. * - use of I£2 brown with 2 phosphor bands, cancelled with $6 3355 F A Jerusalem machine of 24VII76 (A1-), on air cover to USA. $15 ITALIAN STATES | Sardinia $10 $8 $25

3356 V A 3357 F A

1855-63 Victor Emanuell II Imperf 10c yellow-brown on thin paper, 4 close/touching margins, Mi #11a, Cat €12. - 40c red-carmine on thick paper, 4 close/touching margins, Mi #13b, Cat €30, cancelled with poor Parma of 23/SET/62.

$20

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$6 $5 $60 $10 $35 $5 $5 $50 $50 $15 $20 $70 $40

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3360 * 3361 * 3362 *

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3363 * A B1 3364 * A A1 3365 ** A A1 3366 ** A B1 3367 *

A B1

Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1855-63 Imperf New Design 20c blue 4-magins, SG #46, Cat £19. 1889 Umberto I 40c brown, Mi #50, Cat €10, TRC perf folded over. 1911 Kingdom of Italy 5c+5 dark green, Mi #101, Cat €17. 1923 Manzoni 50c orange-brown & black, Mi #191, Cat €12. 1925-26 1.25L dark blue, P13½, Mi #224A, Cat ���10, minor gum crease. 1930 Virgil - Air 50c dark brown, Mi #354, Cat €15. 1931 Antonius 30c dark brown, Mi #364, Cat €10. 1944-45 Imperial Series 10L violet corner block of 4, Wmk winged wheel, Mi #681Z, Cat €30, includes marginal wmk ‘OSTE’. 1948 Centenary of 1848 Uprising 50L violet, Mi #758, Cat €120, re-gummed?. 1950 Tobacco Conference set of 3, Mi #802-4, Cat €90.

ITALY | Postage Dues 3368 F A 1945 Wmk Flying Circle 10c blue & 30c orange red paying bank fee for Lubiana money order cancelled with double-circle ‘GORENJI LOGATEC/1/26.1.44/*[LUBIANA]’ (A1). ITALY | Parcel Stamps 3369 F A B1 1884 Umberto I 50c carmine, Mi #3, Cat €10. ITALY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1906-07 Sideface 10c red on cream, code ‘06’, HG #36. 3370 *** AITALY | Postal History 1900 use of 25c blue, cancelled with squared-circle 3371 *F A ‘GENOVA/17/9-00/75/FERROVIA’ (B2), on Consulate General of Austria & Hungary in Genova cover, backstamped with ‘WIEN 1/1/1/BESTELLT/19/9.00/8-9½V.’ (A1) in blue. 3372 *F B 1940 use of 1.75l orange, cancelled with double-circle ‘SERRA/20.1.40/*AVELLINO*’ (A1) on large registered cover to Rome with straight-line ‘DOPO LA/PARTENZA’, some creasing & a couple of small closed tears. 3373 *F A 1943 use of 30c brown ‘VINCEREMO’ Postal Card (HG #101) uprated with 20c & 25c France, cancelled with ‘FUCECCHIO/26 2 43/FIRENZE’ (A1), various censor handstamps on face. 1944 use of Social Republic 25c & 2.50 Express, cancelled with 3374 *V A ‘MILANO/13.3.44/CENTRO’ (A1), on local cover. 3375 *V A - use of 50c violet with ‘P.M.’ opt on Catania local government letter. 3376 *F A1948 (Apr 7) use of 5L, 30L, 50L & 100L on Rome to Sydney air cover. 3377 ** B 1949 use of 20L 27th Milan Fair on unaddressed Tenerelli Cognac PPC, a bit of toning. 1952 (Apr 25) use of 10L, 20L & 60L Milan Fair x3 on Bari to 3378 *F ASydney air cover. JAMAICA 3379 F A B1 3380 F A B2 3381 F A- B1

1870-83 Wmk Crown/CC ½d deep claret, SG #7a - 1/- dull brown, SG #13, slightly rounded BRC. 1921-29 Wmk Script CA short set to 2/-, SG #91-100, with 2 shades of ½d, some minor faults. (11) JAMAICA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3382 S A B2 A38: of Falmouth on 1870 6d. 3383 S A A2 A52: of Mandeville on 1870 2d rose. 3384 S A A2+ A66: of Port Maria on ½d rose. 3385 S A B2 A78: of Vere on 1883 2d rose. JAMAICA | Postmarks 3386 * B A2 Bog Walk: double-circle ‘BOG WALK/AP9/95/JAMAICA’ on spiked ½d red-brown Postal Card, double-circle ‘SPANISH TOWN/AP9/96/JAMAICA’ (B1) arrival, message gives rainfall details for March. [Rated 200 by Proud] JAPAN 3387 ** A3388 *

A B2

1939 Aso National Park m/s with accompanying Japanese and English explanatory notes, SG #354, Cat £85, odd very minor tonespot. 1949 Philatelic Week 8y Geese SG 556, Cat £130.

JAPAN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1954 New Year 4y+1y red, HG #111. 3389 *** A JAPAN | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 3390 *F A 1953 Stylised Bird 45y with very pale blue overlay, HG #FG21, cancelled with double-circle ‘SAKAI/OSAKA/7XII54 8-10/ JAPAN’ (A1).

$20

- 50c reddish purple & black, P13x12½, SG #144e. 1941-42 Surcharges on Stamps of South Africa set of 4 in used pairs, SG #151-4, Cat £17.

KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Military - World War II Period 1944 use of 20c (obliterated by pen), cancelled with Nairobi $5 3399 *G B machine of 23AUG/1944, to Major in Mogadishu, double-circle $8 ‘E.A./23VIB44/[APO] 87 (B2) on back, ‘OPENED BY $6 EXAMINER/N/ “121”‘ at left. $4 KUWAIT $8 3400 **/* A C1 1923-24 ‘KUWAIT’ on India 4a deep olive block of 4, SG #8, Cat $5 £32+, 2 units *. LABUAN $16 3401 W A B2 1894-96 Pictorials 5c black & green, SG #65, Cat £32. LAGOS | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $25 3402 S B B2 L: in bars of Lagos (#K1 - recorded used between 1877 and $20 1879 only) on stained 3d red-brown, SG 3, Cat £42. LAOS 3403 * $40 LATVIA 3404 ** 3405 ** $4 3406 ** 3407 ** $16 LEBANON 3408 * 3409 * $20

$30 $16 $30 $20

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A A1

1958 Elephants set of 7, SG #74-80, Cat £10.50.

A A1 A A1 A A

1991 Arms 15(k) complete sheet, Mi #307, Cat €40. (100) - 40(k) complete sheet, Mi #309, Cat €120. (100) 1993 Costumes miniature sheet, Mi #block 3, Cat €26. - M/S, Mi #block 3, Cat €26.

$10 $33 $12 $14

A A

1925 Definitives set Mi 58-70. (13) 1937 Definitives set Mi 228-37. (10)

$20 $15

LEBANON | Postal History 1956 use of 10p & 15p fruit with 0.50p blue tree, cancelled with 3410 *F AWashington machine of JUL19 1956 on plain cover from the US Embassy, Beiruit to Colorado USA, bearing ‘This article originally mailed/in country indicated by postage’ (A1-) handstamp in purple, small opening tear at top. 3411 *F A- use of 15p oranges, cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON, 3/NOV20/ 1130AM/1956/D.C. - MAIL/EARLY/FOR/Christmas’ (A1-) machine, on real photo black & white PPC of ‘Beirut - Maarad Street’, with ‘This article originally mailed/in country indicated by postage’ (B1) in purple, slight crease at left edge. 3412 *F A1981 use of stampless bilingual air cover to Fiji cancelled with ‘UNITED NATIONS/[logo]/15JUN1981/INTERIM FORCE IN LEBANON’, small tear at top right

$5

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$30 LEEWARD ISLANDS 3413 * A B1 1938-51 Definitives ½d to 3d including all shades and papers excl 1d scarlet Die B & 2½d bright blue, SG #95-108, Cat £60+. $10 (18) $40 3414 ** A A1 1938-51 KGVI 5/- green & red on yellow chalk paper, SG #112, Cat £48, typical brownish gum of this printing.

$50

$5 LEEWARD ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1891 1d carmine on buff, HG #1, cancelled with ‘A91’ (B2) tied $5 3415 *F A with light ‘VIRGIN I[SLANDS]/*/AU28/99’ (B2-), no message on card. $5 3416 *** A 1926 ½d+½d green on buff, HG #12.

$25 $33

$10 LEEWARD ISLANDS | Postal History 1924 use of KGV 2d grey on cover to USA, cancelled with ‘ST $8 3417 *F AJOHN’S/JY10/24/ANTIGUA.B.W.I.’ (A2). $10 $10 LIECHTENSTEIN | First Day Covers 3418 *V A 1972 LIBA ‘72 minisheet, Mi #Block 9, on official FDC, cancelled with ‘VADUZ/[posthorn & ribbons]/AUSGABETAG 8.JUNI 1972’ (A1). LUXEMBOURG $50 3419 F A 3420 W A3421 * 3422 *

A A A1

1852 Wilhelm III 10c black Mi 1c four margins close to good. 1859 Imperforate Arms 1c light brown, Mi #3, Cat €170, 3margins, minor thin. 1865-75 Arms 10c dull lilac, Mi #17c, Cat €130, 4 margins. 1937 Wenzel II complete set, Mi 303-08. (6)

$70 $50 MADAGASCAR (French) 3423 * A B1 1903 Zebu & Lemur 40c grey-lilac, SG #47, Cat £55. $5 MALAGASY REPUBLIC 3424 ** A A1 1969 Paintings set SG 168-169. (2) $6

JAPAN | Postal Stationery - Wartime 1940s Dove & Helmet Postcard yellow, with circular chop in 3391 *F Ared, Japanese message, slightly discoloured at BRC, some light creasing.

$50

JERSEY | Postal History 3392 *F A 1953 Maxim card with GB 2d QEII SG 518 tied by Jersey CDS 4 SP 53.

$20

KENYA & UGANDA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1935 15c rose on buff, HG #4. 3393 *** A

$15

KENYA & UGANDA | Postmarks 3394 * A A1+ Molo: double-circle ‘MOLO/30JY/25/KENYA’ on 20c on cover to Nairobi. KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA 3395 U A B2 1938-54 KGVI Pictorials complete P13¼ set of 7, SG #131149, Cat £41. 3396 F A B1 - 15c black & green, P13¾x13¼, SG #138.

3397 * A B1 3398 F A B1

$30 $15 $4

MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal History 1912 commercial cover to GB endorsed “English Mail” 4c KEVII 3425 *F B with Singapore cds. 3426 *G A1916 use of KGV 8c blue on cover to Amsterdam, violet straightline ‘PASSED CENSOR/BOMBAY’ (B1) on face. 1928 use of 5c & 10c Die II, 6c & 12c, cancelled with light 3427 *F B double-circle ‘PULAU TIKUR/1045AM/22JU1928/PENANG’ (B2- - rated 300 by Proud), to Austria on large cover, boxed ‘RECCOMMANDÉ’ (C2) and blue Penang with boxed ‘Pulau Tikus.’ in purple registration label on face. 1938 use of 8c grey KGVI, cancelled with double-circle 3428 *F B ‘SINGAPORE/7PM/1OC/38/A’ (B2), on Ana Oli Mohamed Jeweller cover to London, GB, creased.

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Flight Covers 3429 *F B 1941 1st Flight Singapore-Honolulu with PAA cachet in blue on Pan Am cover franked with $1 black & red on blue & 5c brown cancelled by ‘SINGAPORE/7PM/10MY/1941 - DON’T WRITE/ ABOUT SHIPS’ (A1-) machine & bearing triangular ‘PASSED FOR/TRANSMISSION/95’ (A1+) in purple, backstamped with ‘PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS SYSTEM/PACIFIC DIVISION/ [globe with wings]/HONOLULU,/T.H./MAY 18, 1941, cover extensively discoloured MALAYA | Federated Malay States | Postal History 1918 use of 1c green x2 & 3c red x2 Tigers, cancelled at Ipoh, 3430 *G Ato India. MALAYA | British Military Administration 3431 * A A1 1945-48 Overprints on Stamps of Straits Settlements 2d orange, Die II, Chalk-surfaced paper, top marginal single, SG #2. MALAYA | British Military Administration | Postal History 3432 *F C 1948? use of 50c black on emerald, cancelled with double-circle ‘SINGAPORE/5PM/1AU/[1948]/K’ (B1), on long ‘S.J. LOW BROS. & CO.’ air envelope endorsed air “TO LONDON” addressed to Amsterdam, Holland, extensive creasing particularly to left edge. MALAYA | Malaysia | Postal History 1959 use of 10c Malacca to Singapore, forged triangular violet 3433 *F A ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/C.’ (A1+) on face. MALAYA | Malaysia | Postmarks 3434 * A B1- Pasir Gebu: ‘PASIR GEBU/11APR85 330PTG/PULAU PINANG’ on 30c tiger pair & $1 Parliament on registered cover. Opened 1/7/1978. MALAYAN STATES | Johore | Postmarks 3435 * A- A1- Kota Tinggi: ‘KOTA TINGGI B/25MA77/*/JOHOR’, cancelling 15c butterfly on plain cover to KL, clean cut to left edge. MALAYAN STATES | Kelantan 3436 * A B1 1922 Malaya Borneo Exhibition short set to 50c, SG #30-3,378, Cat £37. (6) MALAYAN STATES | Malacca | Postmarks 3437 D A A1 Jalun Hang Tuah: ‘JALAN HANG TUAH K/5MY82/*/MELAKA’ relief, cancelling 75c Manis javanicus on large piece to KL. MALAYAN STATES | Penang | Postmarks 3438 * A B2 Berapit: ‘BERAPIT/30DIS85-3-0PTG/PULAU PINANG’ on 30c tiger x2 & $1 turtle with mss “POOC” (Posted Out Of Course), ‘Bukit Meratjam’ provisional label applied. 3439 * A- B1 Campong Baru: ‘CAMPONG BARU/15ME78/*/PULAU PINANG’ on 15c butterfly on plain cover to KL, slightly reduced at right. MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3440 *F A 1952 20c dark blue on white, uprated with 10c deep purple, 4 dotted lines on back, HG #C3, cancelled at Taiping. - 20c dark blue on white, uprated with 1c black & 4c brown & 10c 3441 *F A deep purple, 4 dotted lines on back, HG #C3, cancelled with ‘BRUAS/6FEB54’ (B1) MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal History 3442 *F A1939 use of 8c grey, cancelled with double-circle ‘PARIT BUNTAR/415PM/2JU/1939/F.M.S.’ (B1) on cover to Welland, Canada, some slight toning. MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postmarks 3443 * A A1 Batu Kurau: ‘BATU KURAU/6JUN56-4-0PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. 3444 * A A1- Bidor: ‘BIDOR/23JAN55-330PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. 3445 * A A1- Bukit Merah: ‘BUKIT MERAH/18FEB56?215PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. 3446 * A A1 Chemor: ‘CHEMOR/27JAN56-1145AM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. 3447 * A A1 Ipoh: ‘IPOH/19JUL56-930AM/A’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. 3448 * A A1 Tanjong Tualang: ‘TANJONG TUALANG/6OCT56-11-0AM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. 3449 * A A1- - ‘TANJONG TUALANG/27MAR80-11-0AM/PERAK’ on 15c flower on plain cover to KL. 3450 * A A1 Tapah Road: ‘TAPAH ROAD/12AUG56-415PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postal History 3451 *F B 1964 formular aerogramme to India with 10c Tiger strip of 3, punch-hole at U/L. MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postmarks 3452 * A A1 Petaling Jaya: ‘PETALING JAYA/27IX78/SELANGOR’ 10s meter, on plain window envelope. MALDIVE ISLANDS 3453 V B A1 1952 3L Fish & 5L Native Products 45 sets in large blocks SG 30-31, CTO, gum toning, Cat £76.50. 3454 ** A A1 1974 Churchill M/S SG 543, Cat £17.

MALTA 3455 F A- C1

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GB Used in Malta 1d rose-red (JD-DJ) Plate 122 & 3d rose (HC) Plate 11 on small piece cancelled with 1874 ‘A25’ duplex, SG #Z30,Z44, Cat £38+.

$25

MALTA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1884 QV 1d carmine on buff, HG #1, cancelled with oval 3456 *F A ‘VALLETTA/7 PM 2 AP01/MALTA’ (A1).

$10

| Postal History $25 MALTA * 1943? use of 3d blue to USA, with blue boxed ‘POSTAL/ 3457 V A CENSOR’ (B2) on face. 3458 *F A 1949 use of self-government ¼d pair, 1½d & 1d Silver Wedding on cover to Switzerland, cancelled at Valletta on FE22/49, $16 ‘BUY/A MALTA GOVT/LOTTERY TICKET’ cinderella sealing flap.

$25

| Postmarks $5 MALTA * B B1 Sliema: ‘6’ postman’s chop on PPC from Milan to Sliema, 3459 stamps removed.

$6

MAURITANIA | First Day Covers 1986 Monk Seal set, Sc #597-600, on WWF FDCs 3460 *F A unaddressed. (4)

$4

$15 MAURITIUS 3461 * A D1 3462 F A D1 $15

3463 ** A B1 3464 *

A A1

1863-72 Wmk Crown/CC 1d purple-brown, SG #56, Cat £60. 1904-07 Wmk Mult Crown/CA 3c green & carmine on yellow, SG #166. 1953-58 QEII Pictorials 3c yellow-green Aloe, top marginal block of 25, with ‘07959’ sheet number, SG #294. 1965 Birds short set to 50c, SG #317-26, Cat £15, 35c & 50c values are MNG (10)

| Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $10 MAURITIUS 3465 *F A 1883 New Value 6c+6c violet, HG #5, 1888 use from Port Louis to Germany, octagonal ‘LIGNE T/29/JUIL/88/[PAQ. FR] NO 1’ (A2). $5 MAURITIUS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1878 8c milky blue on thick white wove paper size complete, HG 3466 *** A #B9. 1882 50c reddish brown on thick white wove paper size F, HG 3467 *** A $35 #B12. 3468 *** A 1898-99 4c on 18c ultramarine on cream laid paper size G, HG #B19. $5 MAURITIUS | Postmarks 3469 S A A2 Moka: ‘MOKA/A/JA4/95’ on 2c green. MEXICO | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3470 *F A1895 Hidelgo Express Company 15c olive imprint on 10c red, HG #HE1f, cancelled with double-oval violet ‘EXPRESS $15 “HIDALGO”/R.F. RIVEROLL/18 JUL10 93/JALAPA’ (A2) to Puebla. $5 MONACO 3471 F A A1 3472 **/* A B1 3473 ** A A1 $30 3474 V A A1 $30

1933-37 Pictorials 10f blue, Mi #135, Cat €100. 1955 Albert Schweitzer 2f horizontal block of 10, Mi #492. 1974 Scientific Exploration of the Mediterranean set Mi 11381140 in blocks of 4. (12) 1985 Flowers set of 4 in minisheet, Mi #1689.

MONTSERRAT 3475 W A B1

1876-83 Overprinted Stamps of Antigua Perf 12 1d red, SG #6, Cat £70. MONTSERRAT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3476 *F A 1884-87 New Design 1d carmine on glazed buff paper, HG #2, cancelled with ‘KINGSTOWN/A/OC11/94/ST VINCENT’ (B1), $15 philatelic use to Leipzig, Germany. 3477 *** B - 1d carmine on white card, HG #2a, a few small tone spots. 3478 *F A 1903 Badge ½d green, HG #6, obliterated ‘T’ on face, 1921 philatelic use to Rotterdam, Holland. $12 3479 *F A - 1d carmine, HG #7, cancelled with ‘MONT[SERRAT]/A/FE17/ 1921’ (B2), philatelic use to Rotterdam, Holland. $5 - 1d+1d carmine, HG #8. 3480 *** A $15 MONTSERRAT | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3481 *** A 1903 Badge 1d carmine on cream laid paper, HG #B1. $5 3482 *** A - 2½d blue, HG #B2. - 2½d blue, HG #B2, cancelled with light Montserrat of JY12/ 3483 *V A$5 1905, philitelic use to Berne Switzerland.

$30

$50 $6 $5 $10

$80 $16 $25 $15 $8

$20 $50 $4 $6 $6 $50

$25 $5 $16 $12 $10 $6 $10 $15

| First Day Covers $5 MONTSERRAT 3484 *V A 1953-62 QEII Pictorials 48c Sea Island Cotton, SG #145a, on registered cover to Jamaica. $5 MONTSERRAT | Postmarks $8 3485 * A A2 Dyers: ‘DYERS/*/MY29/71/MONTSERRAT’ on 15c Bird on Hinchcliffe cover to England.

$10

MOROCCO (Spanish) 1920 Postal Fiscals Surcharged For Postal Use 10c on 50p, $5 3486 * B 15c on 100p & 15c on 500p, SG #96-98, Cat £11, spotty.

$5

$5 $20 $10

$5

MOROCCO AGENCIES | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3487 *** A 1898 20 centimos scarlet size G opt Type I, HG #C4b.

$33

MOROCCO AGENCIES | Postal History 1894 use of Gibraltar 10c carmine Postal Card (HG #16) to 3488 *F A France, cancelled with ‘TANGIER/A/AU15/94 - A26’ (A1).

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MOROCCO AGENCIES | Tangier | Postal History 3489 *F A1939 use of Morocco Agencies KEVIII 1d, cancelled with doublecircle ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/?30PM/21AP39/TANGIER’, on ARS PPC of ‘TANGIER-MOROCCO-EL MINZAH HOTEL’ to Gibraltar. NATAL 3490 V A C2

1859-60 No Wmk Perf 14 3d blue, SG #10, Cat £42, cancelled with ‘18’ of Cathkin

NATAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3491 S A A2 21: of Woodside on 1d rose. NATAL | Postmarks 3492 S A A2 Mooi River: double-circle ‘MOOI RIVER/4JULF14/S.AFRI[CA]’ on ½d green KGV. NAURU 3493 F A B1

1916-23 KGV ‘NAURU’ in Centre 2d orange Die II, SG #16, Cat £60. 3494 V A B1 1924-38 Ship Rough Paper 2d orange, SG #29A, Cat £11. 3495 F A B1 - 5d brown, SG #33A. 1924-38 Ship Smooth Paper ½d P14 to 2/6d, SG #26cB-37B, 3496 V A/ACat £120, odd minor fault. (12) 3497 ** A A1 1937 Coronation 1/- purple imprint block of 4, SG #47. NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3498 ** A 1871 Text At Base 2½c lilac, HG #1. 3499 ** A 1873-74 Wilhelm III 5c+5c blue with top line 94mm long, HG #5a. 1875 First Line Begins ‘Aan’ 5c blue on buff, HG #6. 3500 *** A 1877-79 New Design No Border 2½c+2½c violet on buff, 3501 *F A message half, HG #10, cancelled with ‘ZUTPHEN/16/JUN/79/56N’ (A2). 1881 Larger Size Card 5c blue on light blue, HG #13. 3502 *** A 3503 *** A 1899 New Design 2½c+2½c green on light green, HG #23. - 5c+5c carmine on pale pink, HG #24, cancelled with 3504 *F A‘AMSTERDAM/6/FEB/00/[?]’ (A2). 3505 *** A 1908 Rosette By Sender 5c carmine on pale pink, HG #42. NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Formular) 3506 ** A1871-74 in lilac with text, HG #1, small fault on back. NETHERLANDS | First Day Covers 3507 *F A1962-64 8 NVPH FDC’s - 1962 Silver Jubilee, Telephones, 1964 Parliament, Groningen University, Rail, Bible Society, Benelux & Charter of the Kingdom, condition variable, most have mild faults 3508 *V A 1977 Events, Spinosa, Delft Bible, 25 MEI 1977, Industry, Anniversaries & Child Welfare FDC’s, Mi #1092-1112, Cat €10. (7) NETHERLANDS | Postal History 1916 use of GB 1d red KGV, cancelled with double-circle 3509 *F B ‘LONDON/6JU/16/F.G.64’ (A1-), on large Vieille Montagne, Rotterdam undercover cover addressed to London, bearing circle ‘C.F.’ (A1) Belgian censor handstamp in purple, some hinge fragments, mild vertical fold & a touch of toning on reverse. 1948 use of 10c & 20c strip 3 on air cover to Sydney, a few toned 3510 *F Aperfs. NETHERLANDS | Flight Covers 3511 *F A1938 Netherlands - South Africa - Netherlands commemorative cover franked with 50c vermilion, 30c green & 12½c blue Airmails & 30c purple, cancelled with light doublecircle ‘AMSTERDAM CENTR. STATION/5XII 20/13/1938’, with cart design ‘NEDERLAND - ZUID-AFRIKA/AMSTERDAM 6 DEC 38/EEUWFEEST DINGAANSDAG’ (A1-) cachet in purple, reverse of cover franked with South African 1½d blue-green & brown x4 & 1d blue-grey & pink x6 Voortrekker Commemorations, cancelled with double-circle ‘VOORTREKKER MONUMENT/15XIIA38/PRETORIA’ (A1) wih poor Amsterdam arrival of 31XII38, some slight toning. 3512 *F A1946 Boesman Balloon cover then forwarded by registered airmail in first flight Amsterdam - New York, signed Boesman, Balloon cinderella tied by flight cachet, odd tonespots. A separate aerogramme from the Dutch Postal Service provides details on the flight [300 flown.] NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3513 *F A 1879 Bi-Lingual William III 7½c brown on cream, HG #5, cancelled by ‘CHERIDO[N]/4/8/1881’, also bearing ‘WELTEVREDEN/6/8/1881’ & ‘BREDA/13/SEP/81/5-6N’ with ‘NED.INDIE/OVER/NAPELS’ handstamp. NETHERLANDS INDIES | First Day Covers 1948 Perlita cancelled with ‘SOERABAJA/2.2.48.11.12’ on plain 3514 *F A cover. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal History 3515 *F A1900 local use of 10c on 15c Envelope (HG #12), cancelled with blue boxed ‘MELOEWEONG’ (A2), squared-circle ‘[T]JILATJAP/27/7/1900’ (B2) arrival on back. 1930s use of 15c blue Wilhelmina, cancelled with violet triple3516 *F B oval S.S. Bantam on front to Sydney, Australia. 1948 use of 10c x6 on air cover to Australia, red cross 75th 3517 *F AAnniversary handstamp on back. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Military - World War II Period 3518 *F A 1947 use of stampless cover endorsed “Militair” & “Per Luchtpost”, cancelled with light double-circle ‘V[ELDPOS]TMEDAN/8.IV.15/1/1947’ (A2-), to Gravenhage.

NEW BRUNSWICK 3519 * A C1 1860-63 No Wmk Perf 12 10c red, SG #17, Cat £42. NEW CALEDONIA 3520 F A A1 1954 Liberation 3f bright blue & indigo, SG #335. $30 3521 F C B2 1964 Olympic Games 10f Greek wrestling, SG #393, Cat £21, thinned toward top right. 3522 ** A- A1 1966-70 Birds 2f Pachycephala caledonica pair, SG #405, with small white flaw behind birds right foot, tiny crease at base. $20 3523 ** A A1 - 10f Gymnomyza aubryana, SG #410, marginal single. $10 NEW CALEDONIA | Postage Dues 3524 V A B1 1948 50c blue-green, SG #D330.

$25 $6 $5 $10 $7 $5

NEW CALEDONIA | Postal History * 1953 use of 5f Towers of Notre Dame x4, airmail from Noumea $5 3525 F A to Colombo to catch passengers on the S.S Surriento.

$30

NEW GUINEA | ‘N.W./PACIFIC/ISLANDS’ Overprints 3526 F A B1 1915-16 KGV Single Wmk 1d carmine red pair with Rabaul cds 7 AU 15 SG 67b. 3527 F A A1 - 4d yellow orange SG 70. 3528 * A B1 1915-16 Kangaroos 3rd Wmk 2d grey SG 94. 3529 * A A1 1918-23 Kangaroos 3rd Wmk 2d grey Die I SG 106. 3530 * A A1 - 2½d indigo SG 107. 3531 * A A1 - 3d greenish olive Die I SG 109. 3532 * A A1 - 1/- emerald SG 113.

$20 $35 $20 $15 $15 $35 $20

$40 $11 $6 $60 $10 $25

NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues 3533 V A A2 1925-28 Huts 6d dull yellow-brown, SG #130, Cat £48, rough perfs. 1931 Dated Birds 1d to 3d Birds SG 150 - 153. (4) 3534 * A 3535 * A B1 1932-34 Undated Birds 1d to 4d, SG #177-51, Cat £35 (7) $4 3536 F B A1 1935 £2 Bulolo violet, SG 204, small thin at top and a few toned $5 perfs. $4 NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues | Official Stamps $6 3537 V A V1 1925-31 Huts Overprinted ‘OS’ 1½d orange-vermilion, SG $8 #O23, Cat £17, CTO. 3538 V A B1 1931 Dated Birds Overprinted ‘OS’ 2/- brown-lake, SG #O40, Cat £70. $12 NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues | Postal History 1939 use of 5d Bulolo (small stain), cancelled with ‘WAU/ 3539 *F A7OCT39[?]/NEW GUINEA’ (A2-) on air cover to Charters Towers $8 and then redirected to Townsville.

$50 $5

NEW HEBRIDES (French) 1913 Weapons & Idols 10c carmine pluse 10c carmine $5 3540 DF Aunofficial bisect on small piece, both cancelled with light ‘SYDNEY/1-P28DE23/53’, a bit of toning. NEW ZEALAND 3541 G B C2 3542 * $70 $5

B C2

3543 ** B B1 3544 F A- A2 3545 *

B

3546 F A A2 3547 F 3548 * 3549 F 3550 * 3551 **/* $80

A B1 A A1 A A1 A- C1 A A1

3552 **/* A A1 3553 **/* A A1

$80

3554 **/* A B1 3555 ** A A1

$50

3556 **/* A A1

$5

3557 **/* A A1 3558 ** A A1 3559 **/* A A1

$40

3560 ** A- A1

$40

3561 ** A B1

$10

3562 **/* A B1 3563 ** A B1

$30

3564 ** A- A1

1882-1900 2nd Sideface Wmk 12c Perf 11 1d deep carmine Die III, SG #237a, with Large white flaw in head, minor crease. 1898 Pictorials No Wmk Perf 11 3d yellow-brown, SG #261, Cat £27, crease not apparent from face. 1900 Pictorials Wmk Double Lined NZ Perf 11 1d crimson, SG #274, Cat £13, couple of toned perfs. 1902-09 Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14 2½d blue Lake Wakatipu, SG #320, cancelled with light Sydney of 3MR1?, fluffy perfs. 1909-12 KEVII Typo ½d KEVII black plate proof block of 4, thinned. 1909-16 KEVII Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14 3d chestnut, SG #395, Cat £12. - 3d, 4d, 5d & 6d, SG #395-8, Cat £32. 1930 Health 1d+1d scarlet SG 545. 1931 Airs 4d blackish purple SG 549. 1935 Air 3d & 6d, SG #571-2, Cat £14, gum on 6d is marked. 1947-52 KGVI Definitives 1/3d red-brown & blue Frame 1b Plate 4-2 block of 4 wmk upright, SG #687b (CP #M14c). 1953-59 QEII Definitives 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘23’, 2 units hinged. - 9d brown & bright green, SG #731, in BRC block of 4 with plate number green ‘1B’, brown ‘2B’, 2 units hinged. - 1/6d black & bright blue plate 1B2B block of 8, SG #733, CP #N11a, unit 6/10 with 2nd shoulder flaw CP #NCV5(d). 1955 Stamp Centenary 2d sepia & deep green, SG #739, BLC block of 12 (6x2) with DLR imprint & plate number ‘1A1A’, vertical fold along perf lines. 1955-59 Redrawn QEII Definitives 1½d brown-lake, SG #746, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘7’, 1 unit hinged. - 3d vermilion, SG #748, booklet pane of 6, 2 units hinged. 1956 Southland Centennial 8d slate-violet & rose-red, SG #754, in bottom marginal block of 8 with DLR imprint 1960-66 Definitives 1d Karaka, ordinary paper, P14½x14, SG #782, block of 6 with Chambon perforations. - 2½d Titoki, SG #784, in BLC block of 12 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘3A2A2A2A’, some toning to top edge. - 3d Kowhai, ordinary paper, SG #785, in BLC block of 8 with DLR imprint & plate numbers ‘2235’ - 6d Pikiarero, ordinary paper, SG #788, right marginal block of 6 with Chambon perforations - 2/- Maori rock art, chalk-surfaced paper, BLC block of 4, SG #796a, Cat £10+, with plate number ‘1A1C’ 1967 Decimal Currency 15c Tiki, SG #856, BLC block of 12 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A1A’, C&P #OD12a, Cat NZ$55, couple of horizontal perfs separated at right edge.

$40 $30 $25 $50

$15 $60

$20

$20 $8 $12 $6 $5 $65 $6 $20 $30 $25 $6 $20 $6 $10 $16 $5 $20 $5 $20 $10 $6 $6 $15 $25 $20


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 3565 ** A A1 3566 ** A A1 3567 ** A A1 3568 ** A A1 3569 ** A A1 3570 ** 3571 F 3572 ** 3573 F 3574 ** 3575 **

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

1970-76 Definitives 10c Arms, SG #925, BLC block of 6 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A’. - 25c Hauraki Gulf National Park, P14¼x14, SG #930b, BLC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate numbers ‘34634’. - 30c Mt Cook National Park, P13¼x13½, SG #931, BLC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate numbers ‘1111’, C&P #P18a, Cat NZ$30. 1973-76 Definitives 1c Red Admiral Butterfly, SG #1008, BLC block of 10 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A’. 1976 Christmas set of 3 in gutter pairs, SG #1129-31, (CP #SC17a-cZ, Cat $22). 1985 Naval History set of 4, SG #1379-82. 1989-90 Commonwealth Games set of 8, SG #1530-7. 1990 Heritage - the Ships set of 6, SG #1541-6. 1990 Christmas set of 4, SG #1569-72. 1993 1930’s set of 6, SG #1720-5. 1997 Vineyards SG 2057-2062. (6)

NEW ZEALAND | Life Insurance 3576 F A B2 1913-37 Lighthouse Cowan Paper Wmk 43 Perf 14 3d yellowbrown, SG #L36, Cat £38, creased. 3577 * A B1 1947-65 Lighthouse Life Insurance 1947 set of 7, excludes 2½d black & bright-blue (1963), SG #L42-9, Cat £15. NEW ZEALAND | Postage Dues 3578 F A B1 1899 Type II Large D 2d vermilion & green, SG #D11, with damaged left frame. NEW ZEALAND | Postal Fiscals 3579 G A- A1 1886 Wmk 12b Perf 12½ 6/- rose, Cat #F39, small thin and crease. 3580 ** B B1 1931-40 Cowan Paper 4/- red block of 4, SG #F148, Cat £60++ (CP #Z32d(z), Cat $400+), with strong offset on reverse, all stamps have some toned gum. NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3581 *** A 1881 Clover Border 1d red-brown, thick inner line, HG #2 (Samuel #AA.2a), printed on reverse for ‘TOWN OF INGLEWOOD’ with rates notice. 3582 *F A 1939 KGVI in Oval ½d yellow-green, HG #39 (Samuel #AE.1a), uprated with ½d green. NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Official) 3583 *V A 1957 QEII Education Department 2d green ‘Official’ opt, POSTCARD, C with 1 serif, HG #D8 (Samuel #AX.15b). 3584 *V A 1957 QEII Education Department New Arms 2d green on cream ‘Official’ opt, HG #D10 (Samuel #AX.17b). NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1965 New Rate 1/4d pale blue, HG #C37 (Samuel #EF.12a). 3585 *V A NEW ZEALAND | First Day Covers 3586 *F A1952 Health Stamps 1½d+½d carmine & 2d+1d brown on Authorised Souvenir Cover with advert to Buy Health Stamps cancelled at ST HELIERS on 1OCT52, hand-addressed to Australia, couple of small faults. NEW ZEALAND | Commemorative Covers 3587 *WA 1977 Panpex souvenir card. NEW ZEALAND | Postal History 3588 *F A 1934 Registered cover to Dunedin with 4d violet KGV tied by Wellington cds 20SE 34 with boxed ‘AWAY FROM H[OME]/ NOTICE LEF[T]/...’ handstamp in blue, cover redirected to Australia. 3589 *F A 1979 commercial cover with Aust 20c, cancelled at Strangways. NEW ZEALAND | Flight Covers 1979 Antarctic ‘ANTARCTICA/[penguins]/1979 AIR NEW 3590 *F A ZEALAND ANTARCTIC FLIGHTS’ (A1) cachet in purple on NZ Aerogramme franked with 14c on 10c QEII pair, cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND/14NO79/N.Z’ (A1-) & backstamped with boxed ‘AIR NEW ZEALAND LIMITED/TRAFFIC OFFICE/7NOV1979/ AUCKLAND, N.Z.’ (A1). NEW ZEALAND | Military Postmarks 3591 * B C2 R.N.Z.A.F. poor ‘R.N.Z.A.F./11DE45/C/N.Z.A.P.O.’ (Henderson Field, Guadalcanal - LRD) on stampless OAS cover to New Zealand, poor boxed censor handstamp in BLC. NEW ZEALAND | Postmarks 3592 S A A2- Otiake: type A ‘[N.]Z/[O]TIAKE/13FE25/A’, on 1d dominion. [Rated 6] PO 1/7/1882; closed 23/9/1938. 3593 S B A2+ Waipu: ‘N.Z/WAIPU/28OC96/A’ on 1/- sideface (thinned). [Rated 3] PO 14/6/1858; closed 12/5/1989. NEWFOUNDLAND 3594 F A C1 1868-73 Perf 12 3c blue, SG #37, Cat £22. NICARAGUA | Postal History 1905 use of 5c red Mt. Momotombo, cancelled with triple-oval 3595 *F A‘ADMINISTRACION DE COREO DE/REPUBLICA/MAR13 1904/DE NICARAGUA/LEON’ (B1) in purple, with dashed circle ‘CARTERO/4/LEON’ (A1-) in purple, on black & white PPC of ‘Matagalpa’, to San Franscisco, some light toning. NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE 3596 * B A3 1897-98 Wmk Crown/CA Perf 14½-15 1/- black P13½-14 compound P12-13, SG #72b, Cat £40, small tear and some damaged perfs at left.

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NIGERIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3597 *F A 1923-37 3d blue on white ‘G. THOS. DE LA RUE & CO.’ under flap size G, HG #C3, uprated with KGV 1d rose-carmine pair, cancelled with oval ‘[REGIST]ERED/12FE25/[EBU]TE METTA. NIGERIA’ (B2). $8 NIGERIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1956 Bronze White Inside 6d blue overlay, HG #FG7. 3598 *G A $12 NIGERIA | Postal History 1947 use of 6d blackish purple KGVI P11½, cancelled with $5 3599 *F A double-circle ‘LAGOS/3NO/47/NIGERIA’ (B1) on formular air letter to Ohio, USA. $6 $4 3600 *F B B1 1959 use of QEII 3d (trimmed when cover opened) & 1/- on air cover to UK, cancelled with double-circle ‘JOS/3-PM/2SP/59’ $4 (A1). $6 $4 NIUE $4 3601 * A B1 1944-46 Wmk Multi NZ/Star 2/- black & red-brown, SG #96. $5 NORFOLK ISLAND 3602 ** A A1 1970-71 Birds set SG 103-17 Cat £35. (15) 3603 ** A A1 1974 Cook Discovery set SG 152-5. (4) $20 3604 ** A 1974 UPU M/S SG 162. 3605 F A A1 1983 Manned Flight set of 4 & minisheet, SG #304-8, cto. $8 3606 ** A 1986 Ameripex set & M/S SG 385-8. (4) 3607 F A A1 1987-88 Scenes set of 16, SG #405-20, Cat £32, cto. 3608 V A A1 1989 Self Government & Christmas sets in CTO’d pairs. $10 3609 F A A1 1990 Christmas set of 4, SG #499-502, cto. 3610 F A A1 1992 Battle of the Coral Sea set of 3, SG #528-30, cto. 3611 F A A1 1993 Cultural Contact With New Zealand set of 2, SG #560-1, cto. $10 3612 F A A1 1995 Christmas & The United Nations set of 4, SG #607-10, cto. $120 3613 F A A1 1997 Dolphins set of 2, minisheet & minisheet with Pacific ‘97 Logo, SG #640-3, cto. $4

NORFOLK ISLAND | First Day Covers 1978 Bi-Centenary Series 90c & 25c on Captain James Cook 3614 *V A FDC, cancelled with ‘NORFOLK ISLAND/29AUG1978/FIRST $15 DAY OF ISSUE’, unadressed. $4 NORTHERN RHODESIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 3615 *** A 1949 6d purple with 5 lines at upper left, HG #FG1. NORTHERN RHODESIA | Military - World War II Period $4 3616 *F A1947 use of stampless envelope endorsed “FORCES MAIL”, cancelled with ‘USAKA/11JU47 1830/NORTHERN/RHODESIA’ (C1), by air to Nairobi, bearing straight-line ‘NORTHERN $5 RHODESIA/MILITARY RECORDS/OFFICE/”11.6.47”/LUBAKA, N. RHODESIA’ (B1) in purple, small closed tear at top. $5 NORWAY 3617 F A C1 1856 Oskar 4sk blue, Mi #4, cancelled with ‘TVEDESTRAND/11/5/1862’ (B2). NORWAY | Flight Covers 1953 Oslo - Tokyo 1k green cancelled with Oslo machine of $5 3618 *F A 23.5.53 on ‘SPECIAL FLIGHT’ printed card with double-circle ‘SPECIAL FLIGHT/MAY/23rd/1953/OSLO - THULE - TOKYO’ $5 (A1-) in red & purple ‘TOKYO AMF/25.5.53/JAPAN’ (A1) in purple. NYASALAND 3619 * A A1 1938-44 KGVI 2/- purple & blue on blue, SG #139, Cat £10. 3620 * A B1 1951 Diamond Jubilee of Protectorate set of 4, SG #167-70. $50 $4 ORANGE FREE STATE 3621 * A A1 1868-94 Arms 6d rose-carmine, SG #6, Cat £21, hinge remainder. 3622 * B B1 1897 New Shades 1/- brown, SG #87, Cat £22, small surface abrasion. ORANGE FREE STATE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3623 *** A 1900 VRI Overprint ½d on ½d carmine, HG #21. $20 3624 *** A - ½d+½d on ½d+½d green, HG #25. ORANGE RIVER COLONY 3625 * A B1 1903-04 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA 1d scarlet, SG #140.

$25 $5

$10 $10 $6 $35 $4 $20 $4 $6 $25 $8 $5 $5 $4 $5 $6

$5 $25

$50 $5

$5 $7 $5 $20 $12 $15 $30 $5

| Postal Stationery - Envelopes $30 PAKISTAN 3626 *F B 1998 Eagle 15r to GB, flap removed, ‘MODEL COLONY’ cds, a few light creases.

$5

| Postal History $15 PAKISTAN 1957 use of 2a x2, 4a x5 & 12a, cancelled with double-circle 3627 *F B ‘KARACHI SADIR NIGHT P.O./ENQUIRY/4APR57/x’ (C1) on air $8 cover to Australia, slightly grubby.

$20

| Postal History $14 PALESTINE 1940 use of 20m dull olive-green, cancelled with double-circle 3628 *F B ‘SARAFANO/C/19MR/40/+’ (A1-), on air cover to Chester, England, couple of small closed tears & light creasing. 3629 *F A1946 use of GB 3d purple KGVI, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/24AU/46/731’ (A1-) of Haifa, Palestine, on formular Airmail Lettercard to Ithaca, New York, from 2nd $20 Lieut. in Arab Legion, message in Arabic, some mild toning.

$20

PAPUA 3630 F A A1 3631 F A A1 3632 * A B1 3633 F A B1 3634 *

A A1

1901-05 Wmk Vertical Thick Paper 2d black & violet SG 11. 1906-07 Opt Small Papua Wmk Vertical 1d black & carmine SG 39. - 2d black & violet SG 40. 1911-15 Monocolours Perf 12½ 1d rose pink cancelled Samarai 30JUL14 SG 85. - 2/6d rose carmine SG 91.

$15

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A B1

3636 ** A A1 3637 * A B1

Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1916-31 Lakatoi ½d myrtle & apple green, SG #93, with cloud flaw. 1932 Pictorials 2/- Papuan Art SG 141. 1938 British Possession 8d brown-lake, SG #161.

PAPUA | Postal History 3638 *F B 1940 (Sep 5) use of 1d Pictorial OHMS wrapper address panel, violet boxed ‘[PAS]SED BY CENSOR/[initials]’ (#PMH8-4 - LRD very worn state) at base. 1942 (Jan 6) use of ½d & 2d Pictorials from Samarai to NSW. 3639 *F ASydney censor label at left tied by violet ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/S. 249’ (A1). PAPUA | Registration Labels A Port Moresby: dark red with black numerals, type R5. 3640

PARAGUAY 1911 Bisect of 75c blue, SG #217. $5 3676 W A $45 PARAGUAY | First Day Covers $5 3677 *F A 1985 Ant-Eaters on WWF FDCs unaddressed. (4)

$40 $40 $5

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 3641 F A A1 1958-60 New Values set of 7, SG #18-24, Cat £14. 3642 F A A1 1966 Butterflies short set to $1, SG #82-91. (11) 3643 ** A A1 1967 Beetles 20c in top marginal block of 5 & 25c in TRC block of 8, SG #111-2. 3644 V A A1 1968-69 Shells set, SG 137-51. (15) 3645 V A A1 1977-78 Headdresses set SG 318-29. (12)

$5 $10 $5

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postage Dues 3646 V A A1 1960 set SG D7-14. (8)

$10

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | First Day Covers 3647 *V A 1968 Human Rights & Sufferage set of 4 on unaddressed illustrated cover, cancelled with ‘MOUNT HAGEN/26FE68/ PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’. 1976 Scouting & First Survey Flight set of 4 on unaddressed 3648 *V A illustrated FDC, cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 18.8.76. 3649 *V A 1977 Silver Jubilee set of 3 on unaddressed illustrated FDC cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 16.3.77. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Commemorative Covers 3650 *V A A1 1973 Western District Show ‘WESTERN DISTRICT SHOW/ [map]/DARU·PNG 15·9·73’ on 7c Coastal Village on unaddressed souvenir cover. 3651 *V A A1 1973 Morobe Show ‘MOROBE SHOW/[dancer]/LAE/PNG/2021/10/73’ on 7c Shell on unaddressed souvenir cover. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postal History 3652 *F A 1959 stampless P&T Dept cover, Port Moresby cds & boxed ‘TELEPHONE/ACCOUNTS SECTION/...’ date-stamp in violet. PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postmarks 3653 D A- A1 Badili (1): ‘BADILI/3JE69/T.P. & N.G.’ on 1c butterfly, some toning around edges of stamp. PO 1/6/1965; closed 14/7/1978. 3654 * A A1 Buin: ‘BUIN/4MY67/T.P. & N.G.’ on 5c butterfly on PPS cover. 3655 * A A1 3656 D A A1 3657 * A A13658 * A A1 3659 * A A1 3660 * A A1 3661 * A B1

3662 * A A1 3663 D A 3664 * A A13665 D A A1 3666 * A A1

PO 28/5/1946.

- ‘BUIN/28JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. - ‘BUIN/7SE78/PNG.’ on 7c Silver Jubilee. PO 28/5/1946. Bwagaoia: ‘BWAGAOIA/24JA69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ (G&H #BW-3) on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 19/8/1946. Daru: ‘DARU/13OC69/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Tito Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 30/10/1945. Dogura: ‘DOGURA/3AU67/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Insect on cover to Lae. PO 6/10/1965. Esa’Ala: ‘ESA’ALA/17JA69/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Human Rights on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 16/5/1951. Kainantu: ‘KAINANTU/25JY69/T.P. & N.G.’ (A1- backstamp) on 30c Shell on cover to North Balwyn, Vic, with red & black registration label & boxed ‘RECOMMANDE’ (A1) in puple. PO 20/5/1953.

- ‘KAINANTU/25JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Kairuku: Australian 3½d UPU tied to piece by Kairuku cds 9JE50. - ‘KAIRUKU/1JE70/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Butterfly on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 25/2/1946; closed 29/4/1991. Kaugere: ‘KAUGERE/10MR70/T.P. & N.G.’ on 5c Iko myth. PO 1/5/1965; renamed Koitamata PO 20/6/1970.

Keravat: ‘KERAVAT/28FE69/T.P.&N.G.’ on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 8/9/1964. 3667 * A- A1- Kieta: ‘KIETA/24JL56/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 2½d orange pair & 1d brown x2 on airmail cover to Hobart, Tas, backflap sealed with sellotape. PO 23/9/1946. 3668 * A- A1- Lorengau: ‘LORENGAU/22SE67/PAPUA·NEW GUINEA’ on 4c & 1c Higher Education on cover to North Balwyn, Vic, slight toning at top. Renamed from Manus PO 18/1/1951. 3669 D A B1 Magarida: ‘MAGARIDA/13FE70/T.P. & N.G.’ on 4c & 1c shells. 3670 * A A1 3671 * A A1 3672 * A A1 3673 * A A1 3674 D A A13675 * A

PO 6/6/1967.

Malalaua: ‘MALALAUA/10AP70/T.P. & N.G.’ on 5c shell on plain cover to Port Moresby. PO 14/6/1967. Mount Hagen: ‘MOUNT HAGEN/13JY67/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c butterfly on plain cover by airmail to Lae. PO 16/2/ 1953.

- ‘MOUNT HAGEN/25OC69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Port Moresby: ‘PORT MORESBY/22JY47/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on Australian ½d and 1d on local cover. Tapini: ‘TAPINI./31MY69/PAPUA & NEW GUINEA’ on 1c butterfly. Renamed from Goilala PO 1/2/1960; closed 21/1/1993. Wewak: 1948 cover with Australian 1d Princess tied by Wewak of 3NO48.

$8 $6

$5 $5 $5

$10 $10

$5

PHILIPPINES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1946 Rizal Martyrdom red overprint on 2c brown Victory, HG 3678 *** A #48. PITCAIRN ISLANDS 3679 V A 1946 Victory set SG 9-10, fine used. (2) 1949 UPU set SG 13-16. (4) 3680 ** A 3681 ** A A1 1953 Coronation 4d black & green SG 17. 3682 * A A1 1963 Freedom From Hunger 2/6d ultramarine SG 32. 1965 I.T.U. set SG 49-50. (2) 3683 ** A 3684 ** A 1965 ICY set SG 51-2. (2) 1966 Churchill set SG 53-6. (4) 3685 ** A 3686 ** A 1966 UNESCO set SG 61-3. (4) 1967 Discovery set SG 64-8. (5) 3687 ** A 3688 * A 1967 Decimal Currency set, SG #69-81. (13) - set SG 69-81, CTO. (13) 3689 V A 3690 ** A 1967 Admiral Bligh set SG 82-4. (3) 1968 Human Rights set SG 85-7. (3) 3691 ** A 3692 ** A 1968 WHO Anniversary set SG 92-3. (2) 1969-75 Scenes set SG 94 -106b. (15) 3693 ** A 1970 Flowers set SG 107-10. (4) 3694 ** A 3695 ** A 1970 Fish set of 4, SG #111-4, Cat £11. - set of 4, SG #111-14, Cat £. (4) 3696 ** A 3697 ** A 1971 Polynesian Art set SG 116-19. (4) 1972 South Pacific Commission set SG 120-3. (4) 3698 ** A 1973 Royal Wedding set SG 131-2. (2) 3699 ** A 3700 ** A 1974 Shells set SG 147-50. (4) - Miniature sheet SG MS 151. 3701 ** A 3702 ** A 1974 UPU set SG 152-4. (3) 1974 Churchill set SG 155-6. (2) 3703 ** A 1975 Mailboats set SG 157-6. (4) 3704 ** A 3705 ** A - Miniature sheet SG MS 161. 1976 USA Bicentenary set in se-tenant pairs SG 167-70. (4) 3706 ** A 3707 ** A 1977 Silver Jubilee set SG 171-3. (3) 3708 ** A 1978 Bounty Day set SG 185-7. (3) - Miniature sheet, SG #188. 3709 ** A 3710 ** A 1978 Silver Jubilee M/S, SG #189. 3711 ** A 1989 Bicentenary of Settlement 20c sheetlet SG 335a. POLAND | Postmarks 3712 * B B1 Freudenthal: double-circle ‘FREUDENTHAL.SCHLESIEN/ 28V18-7/48’ on 8h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole.

RHODESIA $5 3713 * A B1 3714 * A B1 $6 3715 F A B1 $5 $5 3716 * A B1 3717 * A C1 $8 3718 ** A C1 $5 3719 F A A1 $8 3720 * A B1 $5 3721 * A A1 3722 *

A- B1

$12 $8 $20 $6

3723 * A B1 3724 F A- B1 3725 V A B2

$5

3726 F A B1 3727 * A- B1

$4

3728 V A- B1

$5

3729 * 3730 *

A B1 A- B1

3731 *

A B1

$10 $6 $10 $5 $5 $25

3732 * A C2 3733 F A B1 3734 *

A B1

3735 V A A1

RHODESIA | Postmarks 3736 * A A1 Shamva: double-circle ‘SHAMVA/3MAR1972/RHODESIA’ on 13c Moffat pair on local cover.

RUMANIA $10 3737 F A $35

1892-93 Arms Perf 14,14½ 2/- vermilion P14, SG #5, Cat £50. 1892-94 Bi-Colour Arms Perf 14,14½ 4/- grey-black & vermilion, SG #26, Cat £35. 1896-97 Scroll Behind Legs Die I 4d blue & mauve, SG #32b, Cat £17. - 4/- orange-red & blue, SG #37, Cat £50. 1898-1908 Numeral Value Arms 2/6d bluish grey, SG #85, Cat £45. 1913-22 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 1d brown-red unshaded ear die, 192k. - 1½d bistre-brown block of 4, left 2 units with joined ½, SG #198. 1913-22 Admirals Single Plate Perf 15 Cream Paper ½d bluegreen shaded ear die, SG #202, hinge remainder. - 2½d bright blue block of 4, SG #208, Cat £64+, minor gum faults. 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die I Perf 15 3d black & yellow, SG #215, hinge remainder, small surface mark on left side. - 3d black & yellow, SG #215. 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 14 3d black & deep yellow, SG #221, a few toned perfs. - 3d black & deep yellow (closer to orange than deep yellow), SG #221, with Printer’s Mark. - 4d black & orange-red, SG #224. - 2/6d indigo & grey-brown, SG #236, Cat £55, couple of toned perfs, hinge remainder. - 2/6d indigo & grey-brown, SG #236, Cat £35, revenue cancel, several toned perfs. - 2/6d indigo & grey-brown, SG #236, Cat £55. 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 15 2d grey & black, SG #244, couple of small thins. - 1/- black & greenish blue, SG #248, Cat £60, with blurred point to M of COMPANY and black cross below centre of bottom frame. - 1/- black & greenish blue, SG #248, Cat £60. 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die III Perf 14 Cream Paper 10d indigo & carmine, SG #269, Cat £50. 1922-24 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 White Paper ½d deep blue-green, SG #283, small paper inclusion. 1977 Landscape Paintings set in blocks of 6 CTO. (36)

3738 V A

1866-67 Prince Carol on Thin Paper 2p black/yellow 4margins, Mi #14y, Cat €100. 1866-67 Prince Carol on Thick Paper 20p black/rose 4margins (type 6), Mi #16x, Cat €90.

$3 $4 $4 $3 $85 $5 $20 $20 $15 $30 $20 $4 $6 $25 $3 $3 $2 $35 $12 $15 $15 $10 $12 $2 $12 $20 $3 $3 $10 $20 $5 $3 $5 $5 $5 $4 $6 $50 $35 $15 $50 $40 $25 $12 $8 $60 $4 $5 $5 $10 $6 $35 $8 $55 $5 $65 $35 $50 $4 $5 $8 $25 $20


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 RUSSIA - IMPERIAL 3739 F B B1 1865 No Wmk 30k red & green on normal paper, Mi #17y, Cat €75, cancelled at Shatsk in 1868, creased. RUSSIA - IMPERIAL | Postal History 1916 use of 2k green Arms on patriotic PPC (for War Bonds??) 3740 *F B to Holland, censored in Russia & Holland, corner missing. RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal Stationery Airmail Post Card: 1961 4k red on buff postcard, HG #F1, 3741 *F Auprated with 6k 1964 Olympics & 4k 1967 peoples games, cancelled with poor Alma-Ata of 2.8.69, to Warburton, Vic, with discussion of chess games. RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | First Day Covers 3742 *F A 1987 Polar Bear set, Mi #5694-7, on WWF FDCs unaddressed. (4) RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal History 1967 use of se-tenant pair of 10th Anniversary of Antarctic 3743 *V A Expeditions on air cover to Australia. RUSSIA - Federated Republic (1992 onwards) 3744 ** A B1 1992 Defins set of 37 including all values and paper variations (but not full perf variations) in blocks of 4, Cat €90. RWANDA | First Day Covers 3745 *F A 1985 Gorilla set, SG #1219-22 on WWF FDCs unaddressed. (4) ST. KITTS-NEVIS 3746 * A A1 1938-50 Wmk Multi Script/CA 1/- black & green, P13x12, SG #75, Cat £12. ST. KITTS-NEVIS | Postal History 3747 *F A 1949 use of stampless OHMS cover to USA, cancelled with ST. KITTS/*/12AP/49’ (B1). ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS-ANGUILLA 3748 * A B1 1954-63 QEII Pictorials $1.20 deep green & ultramarine, SG #117, Cat £18. 3749 ** A A1 1963-69 Pictorials set of 16, SG #129-44, Cat £15. ST. HELENA | Postal History 3750 *F A1923 use of 1½d (torn) on PPC showing settlement, to USA. ST. VINCENT 3751 F B D 1

1863-68 No Wmk 4d deep blue, SG #6, Cat £110.

ST. VINCENT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3752 *** A1893 QV New Value ½d green on buff, HG #6, with diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’. SAMOA (American) | Postal History 3753 *F A 1945 use of 2c x2, 6c on 6c air Envelope to New York, endorsed “Clipper from Honolulu”, cancelled with worn ‘PAGO PAGO/ APR/11/P.M./1945/SAMOA’ duplex, blue ‘PASSED BY/ CENSOR/American/Samoa’ (A1) on face. SAMOA 3754 W A- D1

1892 Whitfield-King Final Reprint - State IV 3d vermilion thick paper, slight toning at left. 3755 ** A C1 1894-1900 5d deep red, P11, block of 6, SG #72a, Cat £21++, top pair with incomplete shading at base of cross. 3756 * A A1 1914 GRI Surcharges 2½d on 20pf blue, SG #104, Cat £48. 3757 * A B4 1914-24 NZ Postal Fiscal Opts 2/- blue, P14, DLR paper, SG #122, Cat £100. 3758 ** A B1 1935 Pictorials 2d black & orange P13½x14, SG #182b, Cat £16, BRC block of 4. 3759 V B A1 1935-42 NZ Postal Fiscal Opts - Cowan Paper 10/- carminelake with blue overprint, SG #191, Cat £65, TRC folded with small closed tear, CTO. 3760 ** A A1 1972-76 Natural History short set to $1 (10), SG #390-9, Cat £15. 3761 ** A 1972-76 Marine Life New Issue Notification for Stamp News with photographic reproduction of the $2 Green Turtle issue & some technical details. 3762 ** A - New Issue Notification for Stamp News with photographic reproduction of the $4 Black Marlin issue & some technical details. SAMOA | Postmarks 3763 * A A2 Tuasivi: ‘TUASIVI/9MY63.1/WESTERN SAMOA’ on 3d, 4d & 8d independence on long registered cover (no label) to USA.

SARAWAK 3764 * A B1

1955-59 Pictorials Wmk Script Crown/CA set to 25c, SG #188-97, Cat £13+. (10)

SARAWAK | Postmarks 3765 * A A2 Engkilili: violet ‘ENGKILILI/*/18MY/49/SARAWAK’ on 1c & 2c on cover to Kuching. 3766 * A A1- Lundu: ‘LUNDU/9MR/82/SARAWAK’ on 15c flower top marginal single with partial traffic lights on air cover. SAN MARINO 3767 ** A B1

1949 Scenes 200L Mi 422, Cat €120.

SAUDI ARABIA | Postal History 3768 *F B 1945 use of 3g blue & ⅛g red, cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/ JUN14/830PM/1945/D.C. - 6’ (A1) duplex, on long air cover from Arabian American Oil, Jeddah to AAO San Francisco, California, with boxed ‘AM-M/from/FC’ (A1) & ‘3139’ censorship handstamp at left, left edge heavily discoloured from missing censor tape. SERBIA 3769 *

B B2

1869-80 Milan - 1st Printing 1p yellow, P12, Mi #11IA, Cat €36, small closed tear at top.

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SERBIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3770 *** A1890 Alexander 5p brown on pale pink, HG #26, minor crease TRC. $20 1892 Heading 5mm High 5p+5p green on yellow, HG #38. 3771 *** A 1893 No Borders 10p red on buff, HG #40. 3772 *** A

$10 $10 $5

$20 SERBIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 3773 *** A 1893 Alexander Black Text 5p blue-green on pale green, HG #A1, card mis-cut so that design is about 9mm lower.

$10

$10

SIERRA LEONE 3774 F A B1

1872-73 Wmk Crown/CC Sideways 1/- green, SG #10, Cat £55, cancelled with two strikes of horizontal oval ‘B31’.

SIERRA LEONE | Postal History 1943 (May 10) use of 3d & 1/- on air cover to London, black on 3775 *F A $4 white ‘OPENED BY EXAMINER/QQ/10’ (LRD) label at left. 3776 *F A1952 use of stampless OHMS air cover from Post Office to USA, cancelled with red ‘OFFICIAL PA[ID]/*/13FE/52/SIERRA LEONE’ (A2). $12 SINGAPORE 3777 F A A1 1948-52 KGVI Perf 17½x18 40c red & purple, SG #26, Cat £19. $30 3778 F A B1 - 40c red & purple, SG #26, Cat £18. 3779 * B B1 1955-59 QEII Ships $1 blue & deep-purple, SG #50, Cat £30, strong horizontal crease. $6 3780 F A B1 1962-66 Flora & Fauna $5 White-bellied Sea Eagle, SG #77. 3781 V A A1 1968-73 Cultural Artifacts 25c Lu Chih Shen & Lin Chung, SG #108a, Cat £13. $10 3782 * A A1 1973 Flowers & Fruit set to $10, excl 35c, SG #212-24, Cat £26. (12) 3783 * A A1 1976 Trees set SG 268-71. (4) | Postal History $16 SINGAPORE 1940 (Mar 18) use of 5c, 10c & 40c on air cover to Sydney, poor 3784 *F A censor handstamp on face. - (Sep 3) use of 25c & 30c on air cover to Sydney, triangular 3785 *F A$15 ‘PASSED FOR TRANSMISSION/49/SINGAPORE’ (#6A) on $14 face. 3786 *F B 1949 use of 25c dull purple & orange x2 &10c purple, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/7FEB40 6■PM’ (B1) on long S J Low Bros. $90 cover to Amsterdam, Holland, light creasing, particularly to left. 3787 *F A 1974 use of Government Service cover with printed PMG’s seal, $90 with registration label, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/9SEP74/ C21’ (A1) on reverse & bearing ‘CHR[ISTMAS ISLA]ND/ [INDIAN]/2 25DE74 2/OCEAN’ (B3) arrival. *V A 3788 1993 60c meter of ‘SINGAPORE/31.3.93’ (A1), on Toyotron air $20 cover to Noble Park, Vic. SINGAPORE | Flight Covers 3789 *G A 1953 Pan Am first flight from Singapore to San Francisco, intermediate cover to Saigon, ‘SAIGON R.P/13.00/28-5/1953/ VIETNAM’ machine arrival. $60 SOLOMON ISLANDS 3790 F A B1 1907 Large Canoes ½d ultramarine SG 1. $10 3791 * A A1 1908-11 Small Canoes 1d red SG 9. 3792 * A A1 - 6d claret SG 13. $30 3793 V A B1 1914-23 ‘POSTAGE REVENUE’ Wmk Crown/CA ½d green, SG #22, Cat £12. $48 3794 F A B1 1914-23 KGV Inscribed Postage Revenue 1d carmine red SG 24. $75 3795 * A A1 - 3d purple on pale yellow SG 28. $14 3796 F A B1 1922-31 ‘POSTAGE REVENUE’ Wmk Script CA 1d dull violet, SG #41. 3797 * A A1 1922-31 KGV Wmk Mult Script CA 1½d bright scarlet SG 42. $20 3798 F A A1 1968-71 Industry short set to 45c, SG #219-31, Cat £12.5, excluding 25c, 20c has some creasing. $10 3799 ** A A1 1973 Ships and Navigators set SG 236-9. (4) 3800 V A A1 1992 Granada ‘92 $5 Mendana’s fleet, SG #722, left marginal single with magenta & cyan ‘1B’ cylinder numbers. $15 SOMALIA (Italian) 3801 ** A B1

$30 $20 $33 $18 $12 $5 $5 $10 $9 $5 $20 $20 $15

$12 $5

$25 $30 $3 $20 $10 $2 $35 $5 $4 $10 $5 $5

1932-38 Pictorials 1.25L blue P14 block of 4, SG #171a, Cat £120+.

$95

SOMALIA (Italian Trust Territory) 3802 ** A- C1 1950 Parcel Post set of 9 pairs, SG #255-63, Cat £65, couple $10 with toned gum.

$30

$15

$5 $50 $5 $75

$40 $10

SOUTH AFRICA 3803 F A 3804 F 3805 F 3806 F 3807 F

A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1

3808 *

A A1

3809 * A A1 3810 V A A1 3811 F 3812 V 3813 * 3814 F

A A1 A A B1 A- B1

3815 *

A A2

3816 F A B1

1926-27 Pictorials Typo ½d black & green perf 13½x14 wmk inverted horizontal pair from coil machines, SG #30ew. - 6d green & orange pair, SG #32, Cat £45. 1927-30 Pictorials Recess 3d black & red block of 4 SG 35. - 2/6d ox-wagon, P14, SG #37, Cat £17, in Afrikaans. - 2/6d green & brown ‘SUIDAFRICA’ P14x13½, SG #37a, Cat £24. 1930-45 Rotogravure, Unhyphenated 2/6d blue-green & brown pair, SG #49b, Cat £26. - 2/6d blue & brown se-tenant pair SG 49b. 1933-48 Pictorials, Rotogravure, Hyphenated 1d grey & carmine, gutter block of 8, SG #56. - 3d ultramarine block of 4 SG 59. - 10/- blue & sepia block of 4, SG #64c, Cat £28+. 1937 Coronation complete set in horizontal pairs, SG #71-5. - complete set in horizontal pairs, SG #71-5, Cat £10, 3d pair has some toning to top edge. 1938 Voortrekker Memorial Fund 1d + 1d blue & carmine pair, SG #77, Cat £14. 1939 Huguenot Landing 1½d pair, SG #84, Cat £11.

$20 $33 $50 $14 $15 $20 $16 $6 $4 $40 $5 $6 $10 $10


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A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1

Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1947-54 Pictorials 1d grey & carmine block of 4, SG #115. 1954 Animals 10/- black & cobalt, SG #164. 1973 Langenhoven set of 3, SG #335-7. - set of 3, SG #335-7.

SOUTH AFRICA | Postal History 1939 use of reply half (back is used as a ham radio QSL card) 3821 *F A of USA 3c+3c carmine on cream (HG #53), cancelled at Johannesburg. 1956 registered OHMS Penalty envelope from 3822 *F A ‘BRAAMFONTEIN’ (A1 backstamp), ‘[crown]/PRINCIPAL, NORMAL COLLEGE/OFFICIAL FREE/JOHANNESBURG’ cachet (A1-) in violet at U/R. SOUTH AFRICA | Military - World War II Period 3823 *F A1941 use of stampless OAS cover, cancelled with double-circle ‘A.P.O.-U-M.P.K./25 V A41/2’ (A1 - Nairobi, Kenya or Giggiga, Ethiopia), to Southern Rhodesia, violet ‘PASSED BY MILITARY CENSOR/No. 178’ (A1+) on face, double-circle ‘LALAPANZI/ 6JUN1941/S.RHODESIA’ (A2) arrival on back. SOUTH WEST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1923 ½d green opt ‘South West/Africa.’ on buff, HG #E5. 3824 *** A SOUTHERN RHODESIA 3825 F A B2 1931-37 KGV ½d to 1/- (excl 9d) SG 15-23, minor perf faults on 8d & 10d. (10) 3826 F A B2 1935 Silver Jubilee 3d SG 31. SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal History 3827 *F C 1930 use of 1d bright rose KGV x3, cancelled with Bulawayo machine of 13.5.30 on plain cover to Aberdeen, New Brunswick, somewhat roughly opened & now glued shut, small closed tear at base & slight toning to TRC. SPAIN | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 1981 30p commemorating Madrid - Manilla. 3828 *** A SRI LANKA 3829 F A B1

1976 Flowers set of 4, SG #611-4.

SUDAN | Postmarks 3830 * B A1 Mellit: ‘MELLIT/28 IV 56/’ on 5m Shilluk Warrior. SWEDEN 3831 F B C2 3832 F B B2 3833 F A B1 3834 F 3835 F 3836 F 3837 F

A A1 A B1 A B1 A A1

3838 F A B1

1862-63 Lion and Arms 3ö bistre-brown, Type II, Mi #14II, Cat €12, small tear at base. 1866 20ö red, Mi #16a, Cat €18, two missing perfs & folded corner. 1886-91 Numerals 3ö light brown, Mi #30, Cat €20, cancelled with dotted circle ‘HYBO/29/12/1891’. 1889 Surcharges 10ö on 12ö blue, Mi #39. 1918 Surcharges set of 6, Mi #109-114. 1932 Gustav II set of 6, Mi #216-9. 1943 King Gustav set of 4, includes 20ö imperf at top, Mi #297299. 1954 Anna-Maria Lenngren set of 4, Mi #394-5.

SWEDEN | Official Stamps 3839 F A B1 1874-93 Arms & Numerals 50ö rose, P13, Mi #10Ba, Cat €16, cancelled with dotted circle ‘STOCKHOLM/30/10/86/C.9.’ (B2). SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3840 ** A1880-87 New Borders 6ö violet, HG #11. SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3841 *F B 1890 4ö grey, HG #B5, light creasing. SWITZERLAND 3842 F A 3843 F A 3844 F A B1 3845 F A A1 3846 F A A1 3847 * A- A1 3848 F 3849 F 3850 G 3851 F 3852 F 3853 F

A A1 A B1 A A1 A A1 A B1 B A1

3854 V A- B1 3855 V A A1 3856 F A- A1 3857 F A B1 3858 F 3859 F 3860 F 3861 V

A A1 A A1 A A1 B A1

3862 F 3863 F 3864 V 3865 V 3866 V

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1850 Rayon II 10Rp red, black & yellow, 3 good margins, Mi 8II. 1854-59 Seated Helvetia Berne Printing 15rp rose 2 good margins, Mi #15II, Cat €50, cancelled with ‘KALTBRUNN/29/ AUG/60/+’ (A1-). 1908 Seated Helvetia 40c dark purple & chrome-yellow, enscribed ‘L’Eplattenier’ at BLC, Mi #101, Cat €100. 1918 Pro Juventute 10+5c Uri, Mi #143, Cat €30. 1923-37 Air 25c blue & light blue, Mi #180, Cat €25. 1924-36 Air ordinary gum 65c 75c & 1f Mi 189z-191z, hinge remainders, Cat €30. 1924 UPU set of 2, P11½, Mi #192-3. 1924-40 Shield & Value in Red set of 4, Mi #194-7, Cat €25. - set of 4 on, laid paper, Mi #194-7z, Cat €28. 1924 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #209-12, Cat €22. 1928-31 Scenes 5f blue, Mi #227, Cat €11. 1930 William Tell Surcharges 3 on 2½c brown-olive on buff & 5 on 7½c green on buff, Mi #239-40, Cat €17, 5c has a oil/wax? discolouration. 1933 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #266-9, Cat €18, 20+5c has short closed tear from right along cancel. 1936 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #306-9, Cat €40. 1938 ILO set of 4, Mi #321-4, Cat €25, 60c has dented crease at upper right. 1938-55 Parliament 3f dark violet on greenish paper, Mi #328v, Cat €11. 1938 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #331-4. 1941 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #399-402. 1944 Olympics set of 3, Mi #428-30, Cat €12. 1945 Pax 5f, Mi #458, Cat €360, creased but this is not apparent from face. 1945 Pro Patria set of 4, Mi #460-3, Cat €45. 1945 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #465-8, Cat €12. 1948 Landmarks set of 6, Mi #500-5, Cat €15. 1948 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #514-7, Cat €11. 1949 Pro Juventute set of 4, Mi #541-4, Cat €11.

$6 $5 $4 $5

$40

$10

3867 F A A1 3868 F A A1 3869 F B A1 3870 V 3871 V 3872 * 3873 F 3874 **

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A

3875 V A

1951 Pro Juventute set of 5, Mi #561-5, Cat €26. 1952 Pro Juventute 5c to 40c Mi 575-79. 1953 Pro Patria set of 5, Mi #580-4, Cat €24, 10+10c has a tone spot at TRC & a hinge thin, 20+10c has slight discolouration to right edge, 40+10c has tiny closed tear between perfs at TLC. 1953 Pro Juventute set of 5, Mi #588-92, Cat €24. 1954 Pro Patria 40c +10c, Mi #601, Cat €12. 1959 PTT Conference Overprints 30c red, Mi #681, Cat €25. 1959 Pro Juventute set of 5, Mi #687-91. 1960 Pro Patria minisheet with 50+10c x4 in gold, Mi #Block 17, Cat €40. 1982 Centenary of Gotthard sheetlet of 10, Mi #1214-5, cancelled with double-circle ‘JOUR D’EMISSION 3000 BERN GIORNO D’EMISSIONE/AUSGABETAG/18.2.82’.

SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1874 Knife B Wmk 3 10c aniline red on white, HG #B19 (HG 3876 *F B don’t list this shade with this wmk), a few faults. $70 SWITZERLAND | Postal History 3877 *F A 1938 use of 20c red & 40c black-grey x2, cancelled with cancelled with double-circle ‘BERN 1/14VI38·17/|||/*TRANSIT*’ $30 (A1-) on air cover to London, with light boxed straight-line ‘EXPRESS FEE PAID’ (A2) handstamp in purple & rose ‘Eilsendung/xprès - Espresso’ label. $16 TAIWAN $5 1960 Ancient Chinese Paintings set of 4 in official presentation 3878 ** A pack, SG #358-61, Cat £17+, stamps are affixed to the booklet using their own gum. 3879 * A A1 1961 Taiwan Industries set of 4, SG #420-3, Cat £11. | Postal History $15 TANGANYIKA 1934 use of 30c bright blue & black on cover to USA, cancelled 3880 *V Awith double-circle ‘KIGOM[A]/12PM/5FE/1934’ (A2). $5 THAILAND 3881 * B B1 1920-25 50s black & ochre-brown, SG #222, Cat £26, strong $4 horizontal crease. 3882 F A A1 1967 Orchids 3b Dendrobium formosum, SG #576. $25 3883 ** A B1 1972 Costumes set of 4, Sc #629-32. THAILAND | Postal History 3884 *V A 1970 use of 1968 3b Satellite on formular air letter (approval #71995/2E) to Australia. $5 TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes $7 3885 *** A1892 QV in Oval 2d grey, 133x82mm (Size F), HG #C1, couple of small tone spots. $12 TOBAGO | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $4 $5 3886 S A B1 14: of Tobago on 1d carmine, used on Scarborough to Roxborough route (TPO?). [Rated 400 by Proud] $5 TONGA $5 3887 W B C1 1895 (20 June) Surcharges 7½d on 2½d vermilion pair (2/3-4), one with missing eyebrow (2/4), SG #31c, Cat £165, paper $4 adhesion on back. 3888 W B B1 1895 George II 1d olive-green block of 4, SG #32, Cat £72, minor toning. $10 3889 V A B1 1897 Pictorials 2d sepia & bistre Die II with small 2, SG #41b, cancelled with ‘HAAPI/7?08/[TONGA]’. $5 3890 ** A A1 1920-35 Queen Salote 2½d bright ultramarine, SG #59s, Cat £14, with perf ‘SPECIMEN’. 3891 * A- B1 1928 20th Anniversary of Accession 1d to 2½d, SG #71-3, Cat $4 £17, gum slightly tropicalised. (3) 3892 * A B1 1938 20th Anniversary of Queen Salote set of 3, SG #71-3, Cat £18. $60 3893 * A 1942-49 Wmk Script CA set to 1/- (2d is Die II), SG #74-80, Cat £18. (7) $30 TONGA | Postal History 1899 Stampless OHMS long envelope to Sydney with Tonga 3894 *F A$65 Coat of Arms on flap and Sydney backstamp AP7 99. $20 $15 TONGA | Niuafo’ou | First Day Covers 1983 Bird Defins set tied to four illustrated FDC’s by Niuafo’ou 3895 *F A $10 cds 15 November 1983, all unaddressed. (4) $5 $15 TRANSVAAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $10 3896 S A A2 12: triple-circle of Middleburg on 1878 6d. $14 3897 S A A2 79: ZAR barred triangle on 1895 1d rose-red. $6 TRINIDAD | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1902-04 KEVII ½d green on buff, HG #E4, to Canada. 3898 *F A $10 TRINIDAD | Postal History 3899 *F A1896 use of 5d dull purple & mauve (SG #119, Cat £14 x4) to England, cover a little bit soiled. $10 $30 TRINIDAD | Postmarks 3900 S A B3 TPO Coastal Steamer: double-circle ‘[COAST]AL STEAMER $14 NO[2]/C/JA19/12/[TRINIDAD]’ on 1d carmine. [Rated 200 by Proud] $6 3901 * C B2 Tunapuna: ‘TUNAPUNA/C/OC21/9[6]/TRIN[IDAD]’, Proud #D3, $5 cancelling 1d dull purple & rose pair & 2½d dull purple & blue on $5 plain cover, bearing straight-line ‘REGISTERED’ (A1-), cover $6 has some staining & thinning. [Rated 300+ by Proud] $50 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1958-59 4c brown on buff, HG #8, dated 5DEC1960. $30 3902 *** A $6 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes $10 3903 *** A 1952 5c green on grey, HG #FG2, dated 7AUG1952. $6 $6

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$80 $40 $6 $30 $10 $18 $6 $85

$45 $10 $10 $16 $30

$16

$80 $5 $5


Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal History 3904 *F A1922 use of 1d red x2 (SG #150) on back of cover to England, cancelled with ‘LA BREA/A/FE18/22/TRINIDAD’ (A2 - Proud #D5 - rated 200).

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1910-11 Washington Imperf 1c green single & pair, 2c carmine pair, Sc #408-9. Mailometer Coils Type IV perfs, 1c green with Saint Louis precancel & 2c carmine x2. 1923 Airmail 24c carmine Sc C6. 1980 Los Angles Olympic Box set of Official Stamps on covers with Certificate of Authenticity, odd tonespot. (24) 1982 Coil Test Stamps black eagle & flag Imperf xP10 strip of 4. [Produced for the 1992 World Columbian Fair in Chicago.]

$40 3962 F A A1 TRISTAN DA CUNHA * A3905 ** A A1 1953 QEII Coronation 3d black & grey-green SG 13. $3 3963 1954 QEII Pictorials set SG 14-27, top two values **. (14) 3906 **/* A $100 ** A 3907 ** A 1963 Tristan Resettlement set SG 55 - 67. (13) $30 3964 3908 ** A A1 1963 Freedom From Hunger 1/6d carmine SG 68. $3 3909 ** A A1 1964 Red Cross set SG 69-70. (2) $4 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1883 New Design 2c red 4 wavy lines in oval, HG #B214 (Sc 3910 ** A A1 1965 I.T.U. Centenary set SG 85-6. (2) $4 3965 *G A#U231), uprated with 3c green, cancelled with smudgy quartered 3911 ** A A1 1965 International Co-Operation Year set SG 87-88. (2) $4 circle tied with ‘SHELBYVILLE/APR/5/1884/KY’ (A2), to Paris, 3912 ** A A1 1966 Churchill set SG 89-92. (4) $12 poor French paquebot marking on face. 3913 ** A A1 1966 150th Anniversary of Tristan Garrison set SG 93-6. (4) $4 3966 *F A1899 Shorter Designs 2c carmine on white wmk 13 size 3914 ** A A1 1968 30th Anniversary of Tristan As Dependency set SG 117160x90mm, HG #B337 (Sc #W366), “Printed Matter” use to 20. (4) $4 Australia. 3915 ** A A1 1969 Gospel set SG 125-8. (4) $4 3916 ** A A1 1970 Red Cross set SG 129-32. (4) $4 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1971 Decimal Ovpts set SG 137-48. (12) 3917 ** A $45 3967 *F B 1887-94 New Dies 1c blue on manilla with no wmk, HG #E28, 3918 ** A 1972 Longboats set SG 170-3. (4) $4 (Scott #W3101) to Australia. 3919 ** A A1 1972 Royal Silver Wedding set SG 174-5. (2) $2 3920 ** A 1973 Centenary of HMS Challenger’s Visit set SG 177-80. (4) $4 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | First Day Covers 1932 Arbor Day 2c carmine, cancelled ‘NEBRASKA CITY/ - Miniature sheet SG MS181. 3921 ** A $5 3968 *F A APR22/8AM/1932/NEBR.’, neat typed address. 1973 Return to Tristan set SG 182-5. (4) 3922 ** A $5 1936 Texas Centennial 3c purple on illustrated FDC cancelled 3923 ** A 1973 Royal Wedding set SG 186-7. (2) $1 3969 *F A with ‘GONZALES/MAR2/9AM/1936/TEXAS’, unaddressed. 3924 ** A 1974 Birth of Churchill set SG 193-4. (2) $2 1940 James Cooper 2c carmine pair on Sturgill hand painted 3925 ** A 1975 Sea Plants set SG 196-9. (4) $4 3970 *F A FDC addressed to Minneapolis, cancelled with 1975 Whales set SG 200-3. (4) 3926 ** A $6 ‘COOPERSTOWN/JAN29/9AM/1940/N.Y. - FIRST DAY OF 1976 Festival of Stamps set SG 204-6. (3) 3927 ** A $3 ISSUE’ (A1). 3928 ** A 1976 Paintings set SG 207-10. (4) $3 1946 Merchant Marine 3c green on C.S. Anderson FDC 1976 Festival of Stamps Minature sheet SG MS218. 3929 ** A $4 3971 *F A cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/FEB26/9AM/1946/D.C. - FIRST 3930 ** A 1978 Silver Jubilee Surcharges set SG 232-3. (2) $30 DAY OF ISSUE’ (A11), neat typed address. 3931 ** A 1978 Local Minerals set SG 242-5. (4) $5 1946 WWII Veterans 3c purple on illustrated FDC, cancelled 1978 Fish set SG 246-9. (4) 3932 ** A $5 3972 *F A with ‘WASHINGTON/MAY9/9AM/1946/D.C.’ FDoI, neat pencil 3933 ** A 1978 Royal Fleet Auxiliary Vessels set SG 250-3. (4) $6 address. 1979 Visit of QEII set SG 259-62. (4) 3934 ** A $4 1946 Smithsonian Institution 3c lake block of 4 on Fluegel 3935 ** A - Miniature sheet SG MS 263. $7 3973 *F A FDC cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/AUG./10/9:00AM/ 3936 ** A 1979 Death of Rowland Hill set SG 264-6. (3) $3 1946/D.C.’ FDoI, unaddressed. 1979 International Year of the Child set SG 268=71. (4) 3937 ** A $3 1948 Volunteer Firemen 3c carmine on McCawley FDC 3938 ** A 1980 London 1980 set SG 277-81. (5) $4 3974 *V A cancelled with ‘DOEVR/OCT4/9AM/1948/DEL.’ FDoI, neat 3939 ** A 1980 Sir Francis Drake set SG 283-6. (4) $4 handstamp address. 3940 ** A 1981 Reverend Edwin Dodgson set SG 300-2. (3) $4 1948 Juliette Low 3c green on unaddressed 100R FDC, 1981 Early Maps set SG 304-6. (3) 3941 ** A $4 3975 *F A cancelled with ‘SAVANNAH/OCT29/9AM/1948/GA.’ (A1). 3942 ** A 1981 Royal Wedding set SG 308-10. (3) $4 1946 Tennessee Sesquicentennial 3c purple on Fluegel FDC 1981 Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme set SG 311-14. (4) 3943 ** A $4 3976 *F A cancelled with ‘NASHVILLE/JUN1/9AM/1946/TENN.’ FDoI, TUNISIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes unaddressed. 3944 *G B 1893 New Value 10c black on blue, HG #B5, cancelled with 3977 *F A 1971 Antarctic Treaty 8c blue & red on FDC with metallic ‘GABES/6E|3/MAI/97/REGENCE-DE-TUNIS’ (B1) & sticker, cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON. DC/JUN/23/1971 ‘SOUSSE/...’ arrival backstamp, minor bend. $30 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1), unaddressed. TURKEY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal History 3945 *** A+ 1949 Inonu 10krs light brown on white, HG #54, only on issue 3978 *F A1880s use of 1883 2c (Sc #210) and 1882 10c black-brown (Sc for short period & quite scarce. $60 #209b) cancelled with targets on registered cover to Winameg, Ohio, framed ‘POPLAR/MAR.8/ /O’ (A1) on face. TURKEY | Postal History 3979 *G C 1893 use of 5c chocolate Columbus on cover to Australia, 3946 *F A1906 use of 1905 P12 1pi blue pair cancelled with bi-lingual ‘/24endorsed “Via England”, creased. 3-906/SIRKEDJI’ (A1 - Coles & Walker #71), boxed registration 1917 use of 2c Washington, cancelled with New York Station C hand-stamp on face, to Leeds. $30 3980 *F A machine cancel on cover to London, blue on white ‘OPENED 1947 use of 20k olive & 2k light blue, cancelled with light 3947 *F ABY/CENSOR./”P1752”‘ tape at left. ‘WASHINGTON, D.C.3/JAN??/10PM/1947’ (B1) machine on 3981 *F A 1928 5c carmine & blue airmail, cancelled with ‘WINSTONplain cover to Oakland, California, with ‘This article originally SALEM.N.C./AUG1/10—PM/1928’ on illustrated cover for 1st mailed/in country indicated by postage’ (B1) in purple, light Day of New 5c Rate, neat typed address. vertical crease & hint of toning along top edge. $5 3982 *F A 1936 ‘U.S.S./DEC/13/1936/A.M./CHESTER. - RETURN OF TUVALU | Postmarks THE/PRESIDENT’ on 2c Washington. [Commemorating the 3948 * A B1 Nanumanga: light double-circle ‘NANUMANGA/*/10MR/76/ return of President Roosevelt from his South American goodwill TUVALU’, on 1c Toddy & 4c Fishing, on Simpson cover. $10 tour.] 3983 *F A 1937 use of 3c Rhode Island on illustrated cover, cancelled with UGANDA | First Day Covers ‘U.S.S./APR/19/1937/A.M./CASE - HAMILTON/BERMUDA’ 1962 Independence short set of 9 to 2/- on addressed Haria’s 3949 *F B (A1). FDC, SG #99-107. $4 3984 *F A1938 use of 1c Franklin, 5c Roosevelt & 10c Special Delivery, UNITED NATIONS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards cancelled with ‘OMAHA. NEBR./JUN4/7PM/1938/AIR MAIL 1993 s1 flag & s6 UN building Vienna postcard, uprated with s6 3950 *F A FIELD - RMS’ duplex (B1) on air cover to Chicago, straight-line bird, cancelled with light ‘WEIN-VEREINTE ‘Fee Claimed at Chicago Ill.’ (B1). NATIONEN/h/23.2.98-18/1400’ (A1-), addressed to Australia, 1940 (Nov 15) use of 20c & 50c Airs on Pacific Clipper cover 3985 *F Awith Priority label affixed. $10 from New York to Sydney, red on white ‘OPENED BY CENSOR/. .’ label at left tied by violet ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/S.64’. UNITED NATIONS | First Day Covers 3986 *F B 1942 (Feb 30) use of 30c Prexie on air front to UK, ‘OPENED 3951 *WA 1981 Year Sets Cat #343-67, stuck down in two souvenir BY/EXAMINER 1898’ label at left. folders. $5 1943 use of 3c purple Jefferson, cancelled with New York 3987 *F AUNITED STATES OF AMERICA machine of Jun 18 1943, on black & white PPC of ‘Statue of 1851 Imperf New Designs 12c black 4 close to touching 3952 V B Liberty on Bedloes Island in New York Bay’, to Michelago, NSW margins, Sc #17, Cat $325, tinned BLC, otherwise good with circular ‘U.S. CENSORSHIP/EXAMINED/By “10119”/-V-’ appearance. $50 (A1), small surface abrasion to picture side. 3953 F A C1 1861-62 Amended Design Perf 12 12c black, Sc #69, Cat $90, 1944 use of 3c pair, cancelled with Buffalo machine on USO 3988 *F B minor paper adherance on reverse. $60 cover to England, ‘[crown]/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/ 3954 F A D1 1861-66 No Grill Perf 12 2c grey-black, Sc #73, Cat $50+, 4216/P.C.90.’ tape at left. cancelled with dull magenta circle segments (Sc increment is 3989 *F A1948 use of 5c on 6c Envelope from Navy Po 138 (St Georges, +$100). $80 Bermuda) to Rhode Island. 3955 V A B2 - 24c greyish lilac, Sc #78a, Cat $100. $80 3990 *F A1949 (Nov 3) use of 3c x8 on air cover from Chicago to Sydney, 3956 F A B2 1870-71 National Banknote Company 10c brown, Sc #150, violet ‘Reurned for “1” ¢ additional postage/...’ handstamp on Cat $20. $10 face, 1c Prexie added and cancelled on Nov 4. 3957 F A B1 1887-88 New Colours 30c deep orange-brown, Sc #217, Cat $110. $80 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Flight Covers 1928 Great Fall to Salt Lake City cover with blurred cachet. 3991 *F B 3958 V A- C2 1890-93 New Designs 90c orange, Sc #229, Cat $125, couple 1934 Memphis - Fort Worth cover with 8c Airmail tied by of minor thins. $40 3992 *F A Memphis cancel Feb 19 1934. 3959 F B B1 1895 Wmk double Lined USPS $1 black type II, Sc #276a, Cat 1938 Baltimore - Bermuda 10c blue airmail with FAM 17. $175, creased. $65 3993 *V A

$8 $4 $20 $15 $20

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$90 $5 $5 $25 $6 $8 $25 $5

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$20 $25

$20 $40 $10

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Auction 109 - 10:00am Sunday 24th April 2010 1974 Skylab illustrated FDC signed by Astronaut Jack Lousma Skylab III Pilot.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military - World War II Period 1943 use of long San Francisco Citizens’ Hospitality Committee 3995 *G B for Service Men envelope endorsed “Free”, cancelled with poor San Francisco duplex of DEC28 1943, from APO Detachment, 9th & Falsom Streets, San Francisco to Fitzroy, Melbourne sealed with ‘EXAMINED BY/61115’ tape, bearing ‘T 50 CTMS.’ (A1) in purple, extensive mild creasing. 1944 use of stampless cover endorsed “Free”, cancelled with 3996 *F A‘FORT KNOX/FEB26/230PM/1944/KY.’ (A1-) machine, on plain cover to Mitchell, South Dakota, slightly reduced at left. 3997 *F B - use of 3c defence block of 4, cancelled with ‘CAMP MAXEY/ NOV20/1130AM/1944/TEXAS’ (A1) machine, on plain cover from Prisoner of War camp to Sydney, NSW, some toning around stamps, top edge rough with central short closed tear. 1945 use of 6c red air, cancelled with ‘U.S./SEP/18/P.M./1945/ 3998 *F A NAVY’ on plain air cover to Washington USA, from USS Portland approaching Pearl Harbour, homeward bound, some toning around stamp.

$70

$20 $6

$20

$70

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military Postmarks 3999 * A A1 Army Airforce ‘ARMY-AIR FORCE POSTAL SERVICE/DEC4/ 1956/915’ (Wheeler AFB) on local cover to Honolulu with US 3c armed forces.

$5

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4000 S A- A2 C: clear ‘C’ in black circle on 1870 3c green.

$5

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postmarks 4001 * A B1 Manchester: ‘MANCHESTER N.H./OCT/10/TR.CLK.’ alongside on 1902 1c Franklin cancelled with ‘quartered circle’ on PPC. 4002 * A- B2 R.F.D. Horse Heads: machine ‘R.F.D/OCT30 1903 P.M./ HORSEHEADS 2/N.Y.’ on 1903 2c Washington Envelope with printed ‘R.F.D Route No. 2/HORSE HEADS, N.Y.’ return address, reduced slightly at left. UPPER VOLTA - Republic 1976 USA Bicentennial 500f Surrender of the Hessians, Sc 4003 ** A #C244, imperf minisheet proof on light card.

$10

$15 $15

URUGUAY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1878 Large Numeral 2c+2c black & red, HG #2. 4004 *** A 4005 *** A 1883 in Heading 2c+2c brown, HG #19, message half only.

$5 $3

URUGUAY | Postal History 1948 commercial registered cover to Australia with Monument 4006 *F B 12c pair, roughly opened at right.

$5

VANUATU 4007 ** A A1 4008 ** A A1 YUGOSLAVIA 4009 * A 4010 V A- A1 4011 V B A1 ZIMBABWE 4012 V A A1 4013 ** A A1 4014 V A A1 4015 V A A1 4016 W A 4017 V A A1 4018 V A A1

1980 Maps 200f & 500f, French inscriptions, SG #298-9F. 1985 Peregrine Falcons set of 4, in BRC blocks of 4, SG #4025, Cat £14, with colour controls & cylinder numbers, (20v-1D, 35v-1B, 45v-1D, 100v-1B.) 1919 Croatian Issue 5f green imperf marginal double print, Mi #90U, Cat €40, ‘2 00’ in margin. 1955 Flowers set of 9, Mi #765-73, Cat €24, CTO cancellation, 50d is thinned at TRC. - set of 9, Mi #765-73, Cat €24, CTO, minor flaws including some toning & TLC thin to 100d 1982 Dr Robert Koch set in imprint blocks of 6 CTO. (12) 1984 Olympic Games set in imprint blocks of 6. (24) - set in plate blocks of 4 CTO. (16) - set in corner blocks of 4 CTO. (16) 1985 Trains set of 4 on matching postcards, uncancelled, SG #653-6. 1985 Earth Satellite Station imprint plate blocks of 10 (26c) or 6 (57c), CTO, Cat £42+. (16) 1985 Pictorials set in imprint blocks of 6 CTO. (132)

ZIMBABWE | First Day Covers 1984 Birds set of 6 on unaddressed illustrated FDC. 4019 *V A 4020 *V A 1985 Vending Machine Labels .26c franking on illustrated FDC, Cat #. ZULULAND 4021 * A- A1

1888-93 Stamps of Natal ½d dull green, opt with stop, SG #12, Cat £55, heavy hinge fragment.

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