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Lot 3240 1931 Sabeto

Postal Auction No. 121 World Stamps, Postal History & Postal Stationery Plus Specialised Australian Postmarks Starting 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 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 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013

PPA Preamble Welcome to Auction 121 and it is another large auction with over 4,300 lots. This is our first since the great 2013 World Exhibition held in May in Melbourne. We had a succesful show and it was very pleasing meeting old, and new, clients there. Many new books were published and we have a quite a few for sale. A complete list is printed on the back of our bidsheet and new books have been highlighted. A full list is also available on our website. Simply select Books for Sale from the top left menu on our website and then order the books you want, keep in mind that there are 2 pages of books on the website. As usual our auction starts with Cinderellas 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 entire catalogue. If you have access to the internet go to our website and simply select Auction 121- 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 every one of them is illustrated. Amongst the PPCs are a nice range of Penguin cards including a Plasmon Biscuit advertising PPC (#50). To search for all the bird thematics go through the same steps but select Birds from the list. We then have Australian stamps, with many Roos and Georgian Heads all the way through to modern decimals, including varieties, postal history, postal stationery etc. Some of the more notable are a 3rd wmk 9d Die IIB with large flaw below value circle (#143), and a 1½ red Single wmk printed on gum (#213), a 1½d red Die II plate 1A impt pair (#270) and a 1d green Die II perf ‘OS’ (#289). As you have come to expect, many plate varieties are also listed, particularly in the Georgian Heads sections, but also throughout the catalogue, including a 5/- Bridge retouch over centre of bridge (#368) and 60c Whale Essay (#462). The next section are the Postage Dues, Postal Stationery, Commemorative covers and Postal History. Some of the more interesting items are 4½d KGV Sideface Reg Env CTO (#572), a 1970 Cook Bicentennial set of 12 all with the red spot on sail flaw. (#688). There is also another strong selection of popular advertising covers (#765-881). 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. Some of the more interesting lots in this section are NSW Sydney Views & Laureates (#998-1006), a selection of 1930s Relief Tax ‘95’ rays of Brownlow (#1072), ‘121’ BN (#1074), ‘1521’ BN (#1113), ‘1665’ BN (#1117) 1909 Fernleigh on PPC (#1249), 1900s Guy Fawkes on PPC (#1266), 1927 St Elmo (#1451), NT 1930 Northern Australia OHMS cover (#1516), SA 1934 Telephone Office Keeper Aero Park (#1821),VIC 1958 2/- Railway Stamp block of 4 (#2040), 1941 Joel South (#2401), 1969 Karawinna (#2403), 1937 Nayook West (#2470), 1921 Nine Mile (#2569) 1925 Noorongong (#2586), WA 1854 4d (#2851), 1936 Jingymia (#2894). There are over 1400 lots in the rest-of-the-world section so there is plenty for everyone, including Brazil 1931 Zeppelin cover (#3016), Fiji 1897 earliest use of 1/- on cover (#3189),1922 Ellington on regd cover (#3221), 1929 Rotuma on regd cover (#3238), 1931 Sabeto agent on regd cover (#3240), 1922 Viria on regd cover (#3244), GB selection of 1d plate nos (#3353-3357), KEVII 10/- used pair (#3373), 10/- KGVI dark blue (#3387), £1 Silver Wedding on regd cover (#3391). Cochin unissued 1a30 and 6p on 9p (#3546-3547), Luxembourg 1874 imperf 5c yellow (#3645) & Netherlands 1920 2.50 surcharges (#3714-3716), New Zealand 1899 6d Pigeon Post (#3805), Niue 1941 5/- (3867), Portuguese India 1948 airmail to Australia (#4021-4023), Tierra Del Fuego 10c block of 4 (#4273) and Yemen 1933 cover to Australia (#4349). We always have a broad range of Military and Censored covers and this auction is no exception. While there is an obvious strength in Australian & British WWI & WWII material you will also find much more outside of these areas. To help with your specific collecting interests and to find the lots that interest you, we provide an extract service. This service saves you time and helps to keep our costs down. Simply 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 collect etc. You can be quite detailed. In nearly all cases we can provide an extract which is well matched to your collecting needs. The most effective 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 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 B Booklets L Literature PS Postal Stationery 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,BLC,BRC Top Left Cnr, Top Right Cnr, Bottom Left Cnr, Bottom Right Cnr


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 43 * A-

MISCELLANEOUS 1 ** A Selection of Airmail Labels small group on album page incl France - South Americain, Mexico Arrow label, Greece, China etc, interesting lot. (18)

$25

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ALBUMS & ACCESSORIES 2 Large Maroon VST First Day Cover album with 20 plastic pages as new.

$25

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Australia: 1952 TB Christmas label block of 4 with Santa on boomerang. - set of Melbourne Emergency Mail labels all marginal corner examples. (5) Australia - Anpex 1972: sheet with £1 & £2 Roos & 5/- Bridge facsimiles & folder. Australia - Exhibition: 1985 Stamp & Coin Show M/S for October Victorian Sesquicentenary Show with black oval Stamp & Coin Show cancel 19 OCT 1985. Australia - Hutt River Province: 1975 Chapel Paintings, set of 4 Australia - New South Wales: 1955 use of blue, black & red ‘Hearty/GREETINGS’ Xmas label on cover from Sydney to Parramatta. France: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of President Poincare issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. Great Britain: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of Gen Sir Bryan T. Mahon issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Sir H L Smith-Dorrien issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of the Duke of Connaught issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. Great Britain - Isle of Wight Aviation: ultramarine Island Air Express parcel stamp marginal single, hinge remainder. - sepia Island Air Express parcel stamp marginal single, hinge remainder. - blue Air Ferry Service parcel stamp, hinge remainders. Rumania: 1964 Government in Exile, forged set. (3) United States of America - Texas: red on blue ‘SOUTH TEXAS/STATE/FAIR/BEAUMONT/TEXAS/...’, part 1932 cancel at top.

DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA 18 A Australia - Victoria: two c.1930 large parcel/baggage labels for the Hotel Windsor, fresh & unused. 19 A Western Australia: WAPEX 93 awards dinner menu held at Fremantle Gaol. LITERATURE 20 B 21 A22

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Australia: ACSC 1971 edition, good condition. Great Britain: SG King Edward VII to King George VI Specialised Stamp Catalogue 11th Ed in 1999, small faults, generally fine. - Collect British Postmarks - The Handbook of British Postal Markings and Their Values by Dr. J. T. Whitney published by British Postmark Society in 1993, 332pp, Good used copy. Paperback. - ‘The Crown Jewels’ Dept of the Environment Official Guide, 36p hand book. New Zealand: ‘A History of the Post Office in New Zealand’ by Howard Robinson published in 1964, dustjacket a bit tatty otherwise fine condition.

PICTURE POSTCARDS Actors & Actresses: Black & white PPC ‘Marie Studholme’. 25 ** A Aircraft: Black & white PPC ‘Curtiss 16c-4’ bi-plane, real-photo. 26 *** A 27 *** A - black & white PPC ‘Loening OL8’ flying boat in hanger, real photo. - black & white PPC ‘Douglas T2D-1’, bi-plane real photo. 28 *** A Argentina: Fernadez de Cabrera early undivided back black 29 * B and white PPC of ‘LOBERIA - ISLA DEL PENGUINS’ showing seals rather than penguins, small faults, unused. 30 ** A Australia: Map of Australia with Gum Leaf attached ‘A Gum Leaf from the Golden South’, unusual card. - Black & white PPC ‘Australia’s Fairyland The Bush’. 31 *F A - Popular Series coloured PPC of ocean breaking over rocks, 32 *F Abearing Vic 1d pink, cancelled with partial Bendigo duplex, to Geelong, Vic, some light toning. 33 *F A Australia - New South Wales: multi-coloured PPC ‘Centennial Park Sydney, NSW’. - black & white PPC ‘View of Circular Quay from Milson’s Point’ 34 *F A a Swain card used in 1904. 35 *** A - Black & white ‘The Argyle Cut, Sydney’ a W E Smith card. - Black & white PPC ‘Double Bay Sydney’. 36 *** A 37 *** A - Black & white PPC ‘The Gap & Entrance to Port Jackson Sydney’, real photo. 38 *F A - colour PPC of Night view of Circular Quay with bridge in background, cancelled 22c Kingfisher. Australia - South Australia: black & white PPC ‘Bowman’s 39 *G ABuildings King William Street Adelaide’. 40 *F A - Valentine black and white real photo PPC ‘The Post Office, Adelaide’, franked with 1d green KGV, cancelled ‘OUTER HARBOUR/1P13AU24/STH AUSTRALIA’ (A1), addressed to England. 41 *F AAustralia - Victoria: black & white real photo PPC ‘Public Library, Melbourne’, franked with 1d pink, 2 Jly 1908 Melbourne machine cancel, some writing on front, small faults. - Black & white PPC ‘Melbourne St Kilda Road’ with large tinsel 42 *** A B added.

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Australia - Western Australia: The Austral Stores black and white early undivided back PPC of ‘Hay Street and Town Hall, Perth’, 1904 local use in Scotland. $10 Australia - World War I: Black & white PPC of three WWI Diggers with pencil note on back from 4th Australian Machine Gun Battalion, real photo. $20 - Black & white PPC of a WWI Digger in uniform, real photo. $15 Comic: Multicoloured PPC ‘But surely Darling your not going to bed in that...........’ by artist Donald McGill. $5 Egypt: Carlo Mieli Coloured PPC of ‘PORT SAID. RUE DU COMMERCE’, franked with 2m green x2, cancelled with light Port-Said of 1905, to East Melbourne, Vic. $10 France: Deley black & white PPC of ‘CORBIE - Hôtel-de-Ville’. $10 Germany: Hölzermann sepia PPC of ‘Köln a. Rh. Dom-Hotel.’, franked with 5pf green Germania, cancelled with double-circle ‘COLN/23.4.13 5-6N/*11c’ (A1-), to Bendigo, Vic. $10 Great Britain: black and white PPC of ‘EMPEROR PENGUINS’, as Wharton GA-6 but with Plasmon Biscuits advertising using reproduced 1909 endorsement from Shackleton. $120 - black & white real photo PPC of Westminster Abbey ‘THE NAVE LOOKING EAST’. $10 - black & white PPC ‘Durham Cathedral, South Wales’, unused. $15 - black and white photo PPC of ‘Sandringham Church’, unused. $10 - black and white PPC of ‘PENGUINS’ POOL’ at London Zoo, unused. $10 - black and white PPC of penguins at Edinburgh Zoo, used 1946. $10 Great Britain - 1908 Franco-British Exhibition: Valentine official real-photo PPC of ‘South Front, British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, used at Bournemouth, stamp removed. $8 - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Entrance to Court of Honour, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with double-circle ‘WILLESDEN.S.O.N.W./1215AM/ SP21/08/3’ (B1) $10 - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Royal Pavilion, British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. $8 - Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’. $10 - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Palace of Music, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with ½d green KEVII, cancelled with double-circle Hampstead of SP25 08, to Distillery Creek, Tasmania, corner wear. $10 - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Bridge in Court of Honour, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908’, franked with French 10c red Sower, to Kent, England. $10 Great Britain - 1909 Imperial International Exhibition: Valentine official coloured PPC with lilac oval border of ‘COURT OF HONOUR, IMPERIAL INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, LONDON, 1909’. $12 Great Britain - 1911 Festival of Empire Exhibition: Valentine coloured PPC of ‘General View, Festival of Empire Exhibition, London, 1911’, franked with ½d green cancelled with ‘SWANSEA/415PM/MY17/12’ (A2) $10 Great Britain - Scotland: Multicoloured PPC ‘Botanic Gardens, Glasgow’, addressed to Australia, one corner bend. $15 Guam: black and white PPC of ‘U.S.S. PENGUIN’ in Apra Harbour, Guam. $20 Military: multi-coloured PPC ‘Churchill Heavy Infantry Tank’ illustrated card by Alan Anderson. $20 Military - World War I: silk embroided ‘XI/Happy Christmas’’ PPC. Typically produced for allied soldiers. Unused. $20 Netherlands: Speelman coloured PPC of ‘s’Gravenhage. Koninklijk Paleis’, franked with 5c red Wilhelmina, cancelled with s’Gravenhage machine of 22.2.11, to Bendigo, Vic, edge wear. $10 New Zealand: real-photo black and white PPC of ‘POPMEY, A1792/AKAROA.’ (a penguin), unused. $10 - Muir & Moodie black and white PPC of ‘6522. THE U.S.S. Coys “PENGUIN” NEGOTIATION THE “FRENCH PASS” N.Z.’, unused. [The Penguin sank in 1909 with a loss of 58 lives.] $20 - Muir & Moodie black and white PPC of ‘4603. Penguins’, unused. $10 - TE Taylor & Co black and white PPC of ‘AKAROA’S MASCOT, “POMPEY”‘ (a penguin), unused. $10 New Zealand - Artist: multi-coloured PPC ‘Lake Te Anue - New Zealand’ by Cantle. $15 Penguins: Capital Souvenir Co coloured PPC of ‘Penguins, National Zoological Park, Washington, D.C.’, unused. $10 - black on yellow ‘PENGUIN. See “Mutton Birds and other Birds.” By H. Guthrie-Smith’, unused. $10 - Jarrold Zoo Animal Series colour PPC of ‘NO. 5 PENGUINS’, unused. $10 Samoa: black & white PPC of ‘Wouldn’t YOU/like to see/ SAMOA’ with small child and display of fruit. $10 Singapore: Hilekes black & white PPC of ‘Singapore. Suburban, Police Station’. $20 South Georgia: black and white PPC of of penguin, identified on back as “Gentoo Penguin S. Georgia” but looks more like a King Penguin, unused. $20 United States of America: multi-coloured PPC ‘Old Custom House Monterey Calif’. $4 - black & white PPC Hotel Pennsylvania New York. $10 - Multicoloured PPC ‘Dry Dock at Bremerton Navy Yard, Wash.’. $10 - Braun coloured PPC of ‘Public Square, showing New Post Office,/Chamber of Commerce and Society for Saving Buildings,/Cleveland/Sixth City’, franked with 1c green Washington, cancelled with Cleveland machine of AUG9 1913, to New Plymouth, Idaho, some corner wear. $10


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- ‘IN THE ARCTICS’ Dotty Bob & Trix card.

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AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - First Watermark 85 F A B1 86 U A/B 87 F A A3 88 F A B1 89 F A B1 90 V A B1 91 DF A- A1 92 F A B1 93 F A B1 94 F A- B1 95 F 96 DF 97 F 98 F

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99 V A B1 100 F A B1 101 F 102 F 103 F 104 * 105 F

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106 W 107 * 108 V 109 F 110 F 111 F 112 F

A B1 A B1 A A1 A B1 A B2 A C1 B B2

113 G 114 F 115 F 116 F

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½d Green broken shading line below 2nd N of PENNY [2L3] 1d Red Die I break in right frame above Cape York [BL4] on 3 stamps (1 damaged) showing development of flaw. - ROSTAGE [BL1], ACSC #2(B)d, Cat $30, a few trimmed perfs at left. - break in left frame opposite A of Australia [BL50], ACSC #2(B)h, Cat $20. - broken shading lines off Broome & in Gulf [CL14] - marginal single with white flaw above NY of PENNY [CL30] - break in inner right frame opposite last A of AUSTRALIA [CR39], on piece, couple of discoloured perfs. - pair right unit with notch in left frame SW of WA [CL26], ACSC #2(C)e, Cat $20. 1d Red Die II wmk inverted with small white flaw oncoastline of WA above hump [FR39], ACSC #3a, Cat $50. - several broken shading lines below last A of AUSTRALIA [UCV32], tone patch. Very rare. - break in top inner frame line near right corner [EL26] - white flaw inside 1 near base [FL60], on piece. - small small white flaw adjoining WA coast [FR39] - white flaw over AU of AUSTRALIA [FL10], ACSC #3(F)d, Cat $20. 1d Red Die IIA scratch through base of right leg of last A of AUSTRALIA [HL24] - small break in shading line west of Cape Londonderry [HL41] - broken shading line below 1st A of AUSTRALIA [HR19] - broken shading line east of tip of Cape York [HR33] broken shading line below US of AUSTRALIA [KL25] 2d Grey BW #5. - ACSC #5, Cat $12, cancelled with ‘[HA]WTHORN/ 415P23SE14/VIC’ (A2-). - broken shading line east of base of Cape York [2L35] 2½d Indigo BW #9. - BW #9. - coloured flaw in gulf west of Cape York, state I [2L46] - break above left leg of U of AUSTRALIA [2R47] 3d Olive Die I perf large ‘OS’, ACSC #12ba, Cat $100. 4d Orange ACSC #15, Cat $55, cancelled with Melbourne of 3JA14, brown central stain only lightly affecting face. - ACSC #15, Cat $55, cancelled with poor Sydney Parcel. - perf large ‘OS’, ACSC #15ba, Cat $70, blunt corner. - perf small ‘OS’, ACSC #15bb, Cat $200, repaired BLC. 5d Chestnut ACSC #16, Cat $70, cancelled with rough partial M.O.Collingwood of 11FE14. 6d Blue ACSC #17, Cat $35, cancelled with 30MY14. - perf large ‘OS’, ACSC #17bb, Cat $55, horizontal crease. 9d Violet BW #24. - break in left frame opposite A and white flaw below AU [1R30], ACSC #24(1)e, Cat $175, cancelled with ‘BALACLAVA/ ?SE13/[VICTO]RIA’. 1/- Emerald BW #30.

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark 122 F 123 F 124 F 125 F

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- marginal perf ‘OS’ single with large white flaw SW of value circle [H20], small ink spot on face. Very rare only 2 copies reported by Banwell & Parsons, this new example enables us to narrow the plating down to left pane column 6. The size of this flaw makes it a surprising absence from the new catalogue. $100 1/- Emerald Die II perf ‘OS’ BW #32b. $75 1/- Emerald Die IIB white flaw off Victorian coast [4L55], ACSC #33(4)i, Cat $90. $30 - wmk sideways, ACSC #33aa, slight aging. $40 - perf ‘OS/NSW’. $30 2/- Brown ACSC #37, Cat $30. $20 2/- Maroon BW # 38. $10 - perf ‘OS’, ACSC #38ba. $40 - CTO, ACSC #38w. $60 - perf ‘OS’, CTO, ACSC #38wc. $30 5/- Grey & Yellow short Spencer’s Gulf not L55 as column 6 unit. $50 - short shading line in Bonaparte Gulf $40 - broken tail on kangaroo [R27], ACSC #44(V)e, Cat $e25. $75 10/- Grey & Pink grey & deep aniline pink shade, ACSC #48B, Cat $375, with break in inner right frame line below 2nd shading line [L34] $250

$20 $5 $10 $8 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Small Multiple Watermark $12 $8 $5 $8 $6 $6 $60 $5 $10 $75 $20 $25 $15 $30

157 * A B2 158 F A- B2 159 F 160 V 161 F 162 F 163 V

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6d Chestnut short perf at base, very lightly hinged. $10 - curly white flaw from Sydney to N of PENCE caused by fibre on paper before printing, couple of toned perfs. $10 - ACSC #22, Cat $30. $10 9d Violet ACSC #28, Cat $40. $14 - red-violet shade, BW #28B, crease at BLC. $8 - diagonal break on right frame opposite Newcastle [3R42] $15 - white 4 over first N of NINE [4L17], accidently ommitted from new catalogue for this wmk, would be ACSC #28(4)j, Cat $150, fine CTO cancel. $50 1/- Emerald BW #34, Cat $25 $8 - ACSC #34. $10 - ACSC #34, Cat $25. $8 - CTO BW #34w. $35 2/- Maroon BW #39. $25 - perf ‘OS’ CTO BW #39wa. $30 10/- Grey & Pink ACSC #49, couple of short perfs, Cat $700. $300

$15 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - CofA Watermark $15 171 * A B1 9d Violet BW #29. $12 172 V A B2 - ACSC #29, Cat $10. $20 173 V A B1 - deep violet shade, CTO, BW #29Cw. 174 V A A1 - CTO BW #29w. $25 175 * A- A1 2/- Maroon Die II Authority corner Imprint block of 4, ACSC $18 #41z, toning in bottom margin, Cat $100. $12 176 * A- A1 - Authority gutter (14mm) Imprint block of 4, ACSC #41zb, Cat $20 $150. 177 F B B1 5/- Grey & Yellow absent shading line in Bonaparte Gulf, tear $40 AUSTRALIA | Engraved Issues $30 178 ** A A1 1d pale red KGV pair SG 59a. 179 F A B1 6d maroon Kookaburra, BW #60 Cat $60. 180 F B A2 6d Kookaburra, ACSC #60, Cat $60, extensive light creasing, $8 rounded TRC. $20 $40 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Single Watermark

2d Grey ACSC #6, Cat $20. - perf ‘OS’, ACSC #6ba, Cat $50. 6d Blue perf ‘OS’, BW #18ba. - perf ‘OS’, ACSC #18ba, Cat $80, fluffy perfs, pulled BRC perf and some toning on perfs. $15 9d Violet BW #25. $250 1/- Emerald prominent scratch through top of I of AUSTRALIA Certainly worthy of catalogue status $10

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Third Watermark 128 * A-

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2d Grey Die I plus 1d red KGV, both perf ‘T’ on OHMS cover from New Norfolk to Kempton. $125 - unplated broken shading line top left of first A of AUSTRALIA $10 - ACSC #7, Cat $15, 2 toned perfs at base. $6 - pair right unit with white flaw beside south NSW coast [2R42], ACSC #7, Cat $80+ (retail $120). $56 - perf small ‘OS’, ACSC #7ba, couple of short perfs and some toning. $8 - pair [2R10-11] with left unit scratch under P of POSTAGE, ACSC #7(2)g, Cat $60, cancelled with ‘SHEPPARTON/6OC20/ VIC’ (A2 - WWW #90). PO 1/5/1858. $30 2d Grey Die IIA broken shading line below and to right of E of POSTAGE [3L21], small tear $10 3d Olive Die II olive-green shade, ACSC #13H, Cat $250. $50 3d Olive Die I ACSC #13, Cat $30, left marginal wmk, with part Adelaide Registered cds $6 - deformed coast in Bight - State II, ACSC #13(2)ha, Cat $250, slightly rounded BRC and rough perfs. $60 6d Blue Die II dull dark blue shade vertical pair, ACSC #19C, Cat $200+. $60 - grey-blue shade, BW #19E. $30 - perf ‘OS’, ACSC #19ba, Cat $20. $10 6d Chestnut perf ‘OS’ BW #21ba. $10 9d Violet Die IIB broken shading line under N of PENCE etc [4L22], perf ‘OS’ CTO. $20

181 F A B1 182 F A C2 183 F A- B1 184 * A B1 185 F A- A1 186 V A B1 187 * 188 *

A B1 A B1

189 F A A1 190 F A B1 191 F 192 F 193 F 194 F

A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1

195 F 196 F 197 F 198 ** 199 F

A A1 A B2 A C1 A A1 A B1

200 V A- B1 201 F A- C1 202 F A B1 203 F A C1 204 F A B2

$35 $6 $10 $15 $20 $40 $5 $30 $40 $10

½d Green Comb Perf perf ‘OS’ with break nearly halfway up in left coloured border of RVT [1L45] $10 - perf ‘OS’ with white flaw in SE corner of RVT [1R12] $10 - top frame broken over right wattles, ACSC #63(2)l, Cat $25, rounded TRC. $10 ½d Orange wmk inverted, ACSC #66a. $20 - pair right unit with no top to crown [8L32], ACSC #66(8)h, perfs at top toned, discoloured back, Cat $25. $8 1d Red Line Perf ACSC #70, cancelled with ‘BUSSELTON/ N 25AUG14/[WEST ] AUSTRALIA’. $8 - carmine-red ACSC 70A. $12 1d Red Smooth Paper carmine-red shade (G10), ACSC #71A, Cat $20. $15 - scarlet-red shade with inverted wmk BW #71Ga. $15 - dull red shade (G16) with dot before right 1 [VI/21], BW #71E(3)f, Cat $25. $15 - secret mark [VII/1], ACSC #71(4)d, Cat $10. $8 - 1d carmine-red with variety NY joined ACSC 71(4)m. $75 - NY joined [VIII/25], ACSC #71(4)m, Cat $125. $80 1d Red Rough Paper brownish red substituted cliché Die II ACSC 72(2)ia. $100 - brownish red substituted cliché Die I ACSC 72(2)ja. $90 1d Violet perf ‘OS’, ACSC #76ba, Cat $15, one short perf. $8 1d Green secret mark [VII/1], ACSC #77(4)d, Cat $10. $6 1½d Black-Brown Die I BW #83. $15 1½d Brown Die I diagonal break in left frame opposite roo’s shoulder [3R13] $5 - white flaw on T of POSTAGE [5L14], ACSC #85(5)e, Cat $30, one toned perf. $20 - Retouched lower frame - State II [5L50], ACSC #85(5)ia, Cat $40, light stain at top. $25 - break in top frame just right of crown top [5AL5] $5 - extra serif on large 1 in right value tablet [5AL13] $5 - white line extending from curve of R in AUSTRALIA [5AL59] $5


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265 F A C1 - thickened white oval above Tof AUSTRALIA [10R38] - white flaw between emu’s legs [7R36], ACSC #85(7)i, Cat $15, fluffy perfs, some toned. $8 AUSTRALIA | KGV - No Watermark 206 F A C2 - white flaw in right wattles [7R60], ACSC #85(7)n, Cat $15. $10 207 F A- B1 - break in top frame at left etc [8L35], slight aging. $8 266 F A B1 1½d Red Die I ACSC #90, Cat $15. 208 F A- B1 - no top to crown [8L53], ACSC #85(8)j, Cat $15, corner perf bend. $10 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 14 209 F A B1 - broken shading line above left wattles etc [10L31] $6 267 F A B1 1d Green dot before right 1 [VI/21], ACSC #80(3)f, Cat $15. 210 F A- C2 - white flaw on R of AUSTRALIA [12R13], ACSC #87(12)k, 268 F A C1 - run N (second state) [VIII/60], ACSC #80(4)sa, Cat $30. rounded BLC, Cat $40. $15 269 **/* A B1 1½d Red Die II block of 4, perf ‘OS’, ACSC #91bb, Cat $100, 211 DF A B1 1½d Green Die I flawed T of POSTAGE [11L49], ACSC slight vertical perf separation at base. #88(11)e, Cat $20, partially obscured by postmark. $5 270 * A- C1 - Mullett Plate 1a imprint pair, ACSC #91(1a)za, minor gum faults 212 F A- C1 - large white flaw obliterating emu’s foot [18R5], ACSC (redistributed?), Cat $1,000 as block of 4. #88(18)i, slight aging, Cat $30. $16 271 F A C1 - rejoined pair [2L49-50], unit 50 with split in right angle of top 213 * A B1 1½d Red Die I printed on gum, perf ‘OS’ and wmk inverted, frame etc ACSC #89c, Cat $500. $375 272 F A C2 - dot before THREE (4R24), ACSC #91(4)h, Cat $10. 214 V A C2 - small dot to bottom right of O of POSTAGE [16L40] $8 273 * A B1 3d Blue Die Ia dull blue type B BW #106D. 215 F A C1 - notch in upper frame about 6mm from TRC and upper left 274 F A- B1 - thin curved line from P of POSTAGE to right white border corner shaved off [22L10] $8 of LVT etc [3,4L39], minor faults. 216 F A- B1 - white flaw on top of L of AUSTRALIA [22L36], few toned 275 F A- C1 - type B white dot near top ball of right 3 etc [3,4L58], very perfs. $6 small tear near TRC. 217 F A D1 - curved split in upper frame at right of downward point etc 276 F A C1 - white spot above last E of PENCE, etc [3,4R11] [22L37] $7 277 F A C1 - white emu’s beak, etc [3,4R15] 218 F A B1 - thin RAL retouch [22L28], ACSC #89(22)j, Cat $20. $12 278 F A B1 - small flaw on top of left arm of T of AUSTRALIA [3,4R45] 219 F A B1 2d Orange Die I perf ‘OS/NSW’. $8 279 F A C1 - notch in outside of right frame opposite 3rd bloom etc 220 F A B1 - dry ink perf ‘OS’, ACSC #95c, Cat $100. $70 [3,4R58] 221 F B - no top to crown [4L20], ACSC #95(4)e, perf faults, Cat $30. $15 280 F A C1 - type B white dot near top ball of right 3 etc [4L58] 222 F A C1 - couple of indentations in top frame at right [8AL11] $12 281 F A- B1 - watermark inverted, perf ‘OS’ - Type A, ACSC #106aa, Cat 223 F A C2 - split in upper frame towards TRC [B1] $10 $150, couple of very lightly toned perfs. 224 F A C1 - broken left frame just above where roo’s tail joins left 282 ** A B1 4½d Violet Die I ACSC 119. frame etc [B16] $8 283 ** A B1 - BW #119. 225 F A B1 - eight wattles at right caused by 2 white flaws on top leaf [B19], quite prominent enough to deserve catalogue status. $15 AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 13½x12½ 226 F A C1 - long characteristic compartment line below bottom frame etc [BXXI10] $8 284 F A C1 ½d Orange perf ‘OS/NSW’. 227 F A C2 - white flaws above ‘C’ of ‘PENCE’ and left of ‘2’ [BXXI9], 285 F A B1 - perf ‘T’. ACSC #95(u)g, Cat $20. $12 286 F A A1 - strip of 3 last unit white flaw in bottom frame in right corner 228 F A A2 2d Red Die I wmk inverted perf ‘OS’, ACSC #96a, Cat $300. $200 [8L27] 229 F B C2 - indentations in left frame opposite left value tablet and 287 ** A A1 1d Green marginal block of 9 [II/16-18,22-24,28-30] notch in top frame about 2mm from TLC - state II [8AL6], 288 ** A C1 - Die II-I pair, ACSC #81(1)fa, Cat $80. blunt corner. $8 289 * A C1 - Die II perf ‘OS’, ACSC #81(1)fb, Cat $250. 230 V A C1 - broken shading lines above O of POST [10L50] $8 290 * A C2 - ferns [VII/54], ACSC #81(4)ia, Cat $200. 231 F A C1 - broken top to crown, ACSC #96(11)j, Cat $18. $13 291 * A C1 1½d Red Die II thin paper block of 4, ACSC #92aa, Cat $400+. 232 F A- C2 - white flaw above emu’s head and above first leaflet in right 292 ** A A1 1½d Red-Brown Die II corner marginal pair, BW #93. wattles etc [12AR11], couple of bottom perfs trimmed. $8 293 V A B1 2d Red Die II step out of right side of crown top [2L58] 233 F A C1 - white flaw right of left value tablet and scratch right of right 294 F A B1 - top right corner of crown top stepped [2R51] ‘2’ [12AL9] perf ‘OS’, ACSC #96(12A)d, Cat $20. $14 295 F A A3 - vertical white flaws over 2 at right [2R22], ACSC #100(2)f, 234 F A- D2 - recut 2 at right, and broken top to crown [12AR54], ACSC partly obscured by pmk, couple of trimmed perfs at top right, Cat #96(12A)g, Cat $75, couple of short perfs and light tone spots. $40 $15. 235 V A C1 - white flaw in beard outline midway between mouth and 296 ** A B3 ‘TWO PENCE’ on 1½d Red Die II Ash N over N imprint pair, point of beard [14R54] $8 with sliced ‘O’ in surcharge, ACSC #101ze, Cat $30, few short 236 F A B1 - coloured flaw in crown and compartment lines below lower perfs. frame [15R23], partly obscured by pmk. $6 297 *F A C1 2d Red Die III perf ‘OS’, ACSC #102ba, Cat $30, on OHMS The 237 F A C2 - Damaged left frame [16R5], ACSC #96(16)k, Cat $20. $12 Treasury, Brisbane long cover cancelled with Brisbane 3 AUG 238 F A C1 - dot above curl of tail of 2 in RVT etc [EF26], perf ‘OS’. $10 1931 slogan. 239 G B B1 3d Blue Die I lower unit of perf ‘OS/NSW’ pair with white flaw 298 F A- C1 3d Blue Die Ia white emu’s beak, etc [3,4R15] in left value tablet, ACSC #104e, light staining on varietal unit, 299 F A- B1 - small pearls at top left caused by retouch etc [3L28], small Cat $30. $15 tear in top margin. 240 F A C1 - GE of POSTAGE joined [2R30], ACSC #104k, Cat $30. $20 300 F A B1 - coloured flaw attached to outside of left frame by roo’s 241 ** AA1 4d Orange ACSC 110. $85 rump [4L33] 242 F A B1 - buff-orange shade, ACSC #110F, Cat $30, cancelled with 301 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, ACSC #107ba, Cat $30. Melbourne of 9AP18. $20 302 F A- B1 3d Blue Die II perf ‘G/NSW’, BW # 108, small bump on left side, 243 F A C2 - orange-yellow shade with Line through FOUR PENCE [2R12], scarce perfin. ACSC #110(2)h, Cat $150+, pulled BRC perf. $80 303 ** A B1 4d Olive BLC block of 8 [3L49-52,55-58], ACSC #116, Cat 244 F A A1 4d Violet perf ‘OS’, BW #111b. $30 $400+, some perf separation between 2nd & 3rd columns. 245 F A C1 - white scratch behind emu [2R29], ACSC #111(2)l, Cat $60. $50 304 F A- C1 - roo’s tongue out [4L25], ACSC #116(4)e, Cat $25, couple of 246 F A A1 4d Blue Cooke Plates BW #112. $12 toned perfs. 247 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, ACSC #112b, Cat $25. $18 305 F A B1 4d Olive Overprinted ‘OS’ ACSC #116(OS), Cat $25. 248 F A C1 - perf ‘OS’ with thick 4 at right [1L54], ACSC #112(1)f, Cat $40. 306 ** A C1 ‘FIVE PENCE’ on 4½d Violet Die II Plate 2 Ash imprint pair, [Only the 2nd example we have offered and much more difficult vertical bend in central gutter. than the catalogue suggests.] $50 307 V A B1 5d Orange-Brown Die II [2L60] CTO, ACSC #126w, Cat $25. 249 F A B1 - splintered SW corner [1L58] perf ‘OS’, ACSC #112(1)i, Cat 308 V A B1 1/4d Greenish Blue CTO no gum, ACSC #130w, Cat $100, with $40. $30 unplated white flaw in King’s hair opposite emu’s neck. 250 V A B1 - notch on inside of right frame opposite top of right value tablet etc [2R48] $15 AUSTRALIA | KGV - CofA Watermark 251 F A C1 - left frame broken at top [2L7], ACSC #112(2)d, Cat $40. $25 309 * A 1932 ‘OS’ Overprints set of 5, retail $80+. 252 F A B2 4d Blue Harrison Plates damaged left frame opposite roo’s 310 * A B1 1d Green NY joined [VIII/25], in pair, ACSC #82(4)m, Cat $24. back [4R52] $20 311 * A B1 - positional block of 4 with white spot in SE corner and Run N 253 * A A1 4d Olive BW #114. $40 retouched, ACSC #82(4)p,rb. 254 G A D1 - perf ‘T’ with double down stroke. Unusual. $20 312 F A B1 2d Red Die III booklet plate break in shading between left 255 F A C1 4½d Violet Die I perf ‘OS’, ACSC #118b, Cat $75. $20 wattles and crown & multiple breaks above right wattles 256 * A B1 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Comb Perf ACSC #123, Cat [BI3], wmk inverted. $60. $45 313 F A B1 - white flaw on bridge of nose, ACSC #103g, Cat $10. 257 * A D1 1/4d Greenish Blue Thick ‘1’ [1R57], ACSC #128m, Cat $350. $120 314 F A B1 - thick white frame by base of RVT [3L9] AUSTRALIA | KGV - Large Multiple Watermark 315 F A- D1 - break in top frame 2mm right of crown top [4R6/12 identical variety for both plate positionings], toned corner perf. 258 V A C1 ½d Green coil join single, rare survivor. $20 316 *F A B1 2d Red Die III Overprinted ‘OS’ pale golden scarlet on OHMS 259 F A C1 - small white spot on back of King’s head just below level of Secretary, Commonwealth Public Service Board long windowemu’s beak [6L47] $10 faced cover, cancelled with ‘CANBERRA CITY/14JL32/FCT’ 260 F A C1 1½d Black-Brown Die I wmk inverted, ACSC #84a, retail $75. $35 (B1), ACSC #103(OS), Cat $60. 261 F B B1 - scalloped lower frame at right [1R50], ACSC #84(1)m, 317 ** A- A1 3d Blue Die II strip of 3, ACSC #108, minor gum disturbances. soiled, Cat $20. $8 318 F A C2 - perf ‘W/A’. 262 * A- B1 - white flaw on kangaroo [3L31], ACSC #84(3)h, even gum 319 F A C1 - state II - diagonal cut in top frame above left angle [8L2] toning, Cat $30. $15 320 V A B3 4d Olive scratch behind King’s head and small notch below 263 * A- B1 1½d Brown Die I white flaw on kangaroo [3L31], ACSC PE of PENCE [UCVB] #86(3)h, even gum toning, Cat $35. $15 321 F A C1 - scratch behind King’s head and small notch below PE of 264 F B B1 - retouched SW corner - first state [7R23], ACSC #86(7)g, PENCE [UCVB] bottom perfs trimmed, Cat $15. $6 205 F A C1

$5 $10 $10 $20 $50 $225 $6 $6 $40 $5 $7 $15 $15 $15 $10 $7 $80 $60 $60 $10 $10 $10 $60 $60 $150 $100 $200 $35 $8 $5 $4 $15 $30 $15 $8 $12 $20 $20 $250 $15 $15 $25 $15 $50 $60 $20 $40 $5 $6 $5 $4

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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 322 F 323 F 324 V 325 F

A C1 A B1 A C1 A B1

326 F A C2 327 F A C1 328 F A C2 329 F A A2 330 F 331 F 332 F 333 F 334 F 335 G 336 V 337 F

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

338 F A C1 339 F A B1 340 F B C1 341 F A B1 342 F A C1 343 F A B1 344 V A B1 345 F A C1 346 F A B1 347 V A B1 348 F A B1 349 DF A B1 350 DF A B1 351 V A C1 352 F A B1 353 *F B

5d Orange-Brown Die II perf ‘G/NSW’. $15 - white flaw above 4th pearl at left [3L36], ACSC #127. $10 - top frame thickened at left etc [3L2] $8 - broken shading lines around top leaves in left wattles etc [3L8] $10 - triangular flaw left side of top corner leaf in left wattles [3L9] $10 - left end of 22nd shading line, counting up, missing by left frame [3L12] $10 - extra wattle at left [3L22] $10 - end of 10th shading line at right missing and irregular top frame at right [3L24] $10 - break near end of 4th shading line up on right [3L27] $10 - weak shading line under emu’s tail [3L34] $10 - white flaw on emu’s back near tail, etc [3L35] $10 - break in outline of 4th pearl at left [3L36] $10 - break in 2nd shading line down near right end [3L40] $10 - line joins 2nd diamond to top of headband [3L44] $8 - white spot at top of left centre leaf of left wattles [3L59] $8 - break in left half of line joining lowest bloom of left wattles at 9 o’clock [3R8] $7 - white flaw beside emu’s eye [3R11] $10 - faint left end of 18th line down, right of left wattles etc [3R18] $7 - right end of 2nd line up missing beside right frame [3R27], small faults $5 - left ends of shading lines behind emu’s head and neck uneven etc [3R36] $7 - damaged left ear of roo, etc [3R36] $10 - weak 7th shading line down right of right wattles [3R38] $7 - small break in shading line between top of lowest leaf & lowest bloom in left wattles, etc [3R50] $10 - notch in bottom frame under N of PENCE, etc [3R59] $10 - flaw behind King’s neck [3L5], ACSC #127(3)e, Cat $20. $15 - flawed Maltese cross in crown [3L7], ACSC #127(3)f, minor aging, Cat $20. $10 - flaw between A & G of POSTAGE [3R20], ACSC #127(3)i, Cat $20. $10 - white flaw on ‘d’ of right ‘5d’, state II - additional scratch behind roo [3R43], ACSC #127(3)la, Cat $35, on piece. $20 - flaw in crown [3R55], ACSC #127(3)m, Cat $20, on piece. $10 5d Orange-Brown Die II Overprinted ‘OS’ yellow-brown shade, ACSC #127(OS). $25 - ACSC #127(OS), Cat $50. $25 - yellow-brown shade, ACSC #127(OS), Cat $750, on large Office of Titles OHMS cover to Mortlake, Vic, cancelled with ‘REGISTERED ELIZABETH ST/6P17OC33/MELBOURNE’ (B2) & bearing Elizabeth St registration label, reduced at right with some creasing. $400

AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals 354 F A A1 355 V A- B2 356 ** A A1 357 **/** 358 ** A B2 359 * 360 *

A A1 A- A1

361 *

A A1

362 **/* A A1 363 ** A B1 364 * A A1 365 **/* A B1 366 V A B1 367 ** A B1 368 V A A1 369 * A A1 370 F B B2 371 * 372 F 373 * 374 **/*

A A1 A B1 A B1 A B1

375 ** A B1 376 **/* A A1

1927 Canberra 1½d lake, ACSC #132W, CTO cancel of 30mm ‘CANBERRA/9MY27/[F.C.T.]’ (A2). 1929-38 Airmail type A & type B with booklet dot at top, ACSC #136-7, Cat $100, type A has a tiny closed tear between perfs at upper left. 1929 WA Centenary Re-entry to swan’s neck & T of AUSTRALIA [2/64] positional block of 6, ACSC #138e, hinged in margin only, Cat $150. A- B1- 1½d carmine with Re-entry to swan’s neck & TR of AUSTRALIA [6/74] in imprint block of 6, ACSC #138f, top 3 units hinged, Cat $100. 1930 Sturt 1½d carmine-red x18, ACSC #139, Cat $36, in blocks of 4 x4 (including 2 top marginal & 1 right marginal) & top marginal pair. - 1½d carmine-red, perf ‘OS’, ACSC #139wa. - 1½d carmine-red, plate 3 pair, ACSC #139zb, light diagonal crease. 1931 Kingsford Smith Overprinted ‘OS’ 2d carmine-red with opt ‘OS’ part imprint single, ACSC #141(OS), Cat $125. 1931 Kingsford Smith 3d plane dropping mailbag, ACSC #142d in TLC block of 6 (2x3) with Plate Number ‘3’, one unit hinged. - 6d violet, ACSC #143, light gum crease. - 6d dull violet with re-entry to T of AUSTRALIA etc [P1/45] in vertical pair, ACSC #143d, hinge remainder, Cat $75. - 6d violet marginal block of 4 with extra islands [1/59-60,6970], ACSC #143e, one non-varietal unit hinged, Cat $102. 1931-38 Kingsford Smith Airmail Overprinted ‘OS’ CTO, BW #144(OS)w. 1932-37 Large Lyrebird Overprinted ‘OS’ 1/- green ACSC #145(OS), Cat $100. 1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge 5/- bridge retouch over centre of bridge, ACSC #148d, Cat $500. 1932-37 6d Large Kookaburra ACSC #150, Cat $10. 1934 Vic Centenary Perf 10½ 1/- black x4, ACSC #153, Cat $120, some short perfs, cds. 1934 Vic Centenary Perf 11½ 3d Ash Imprint pair BW #155z. 1934 Macarthur 2d Dark Hills, ACSC #158. 1935 Anzac 1/- black BW #165. 1936 Cable 2d red, block of 4 [1D/R35-36,39-40], unit 40 with coloured flaw left of headland at Stanley, ACSC #169zc, Cat $100. - 23 blue irregular block of 7, 3rd unit with unplated coloured flaws above NE of SUBMARINE 1936 SA Centenary 2d carmine Ash Imprint block of 4, ACSC #171z.

377 **/* A A1 378 F A B1 379 **/* A 380 ** A B1 381 ** A B1 382 * A A1 383 **/* A B1 384 ** A 385 ** A 386 **/* A 387 ** A B1 388 ** A B1 389 **/* A A1 390 **/* 391 ** A C1 392 F 393 * 394 * 395 F 396 V

A A1 A B1 A B1 A- B2 A B1

397 ** A A1 398 ** A B1 399 ** A B1 400 **/* A B1 401 ** A402 ** A 403 ** A 404 ** A 405 ** A 406 ** A A1 407 ** A-

$4

408 ** A A1 409 ** A A1

$50 $120

410 ** A/A411 ** A A1 412 ** A

$70 $20 $4 $4 $150 $100 $5

413 * 414 * 415 **/* 416 * 417 * 418 **

A A1 A A1 A A A1 A A1 A

419 *

A B1

420 F A B1 421 ** A-

$40 $70 $25 $80 $400 $4 $40 $10 $5 $35

422 F A B1 423 ** A 424 **/* A A1 425 ** A 426 ** A B1 427 F A B1 428 ** A B1

$80 $20 $4

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- 3d blue Ash Imprint block of 4, ACSC #172z, Cat $15. 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary set of 3, ACSC #175-7, Cat $16. 1949-66 No Wmk ½d orange roo in part sheet of 100, identified as Electro D Sheet C, includes ACSC #180j. 1938-41 1d Green QE Die I Ash imprint block of 8 with 23mm gutter, ACSC #181zv, Cat $15. 1941-42 1½d Green KGVI McCracken corner imprint block of 4, ACSC #186z, Cat $30. - McCracken imprint corner block of 4, ACSC #186z, Cat $20. - McCracken gutter imprint block of 4, ACSC #186za, hinge in gutter just touches a couple of perfs, Cat $20. 1937-38 2d Red KGVI Die I Ash imprint block of 4, ACSC #187zu, Cat $12, perfs don’t extend through imprint. - Ash imprint block of 4, ACSC #187zu, Cat $12, perfs extend through imprint. 1941-44 2d Mauve KGVI Ash left corner imprint block of 4, ACSC #189zv, one unit hinged. 1937-41 3d Blue KGVI Die II, thick paper, ACSC #193. - Die II, thick paper, BW #193. 1938 5d Merino P14x13½ McCracken Imprint block of 4 (2**), ACSC #200za, few minor tone spots. 1940 1/- Lyrebird Perf 14¾x14 Authority corner imprint block of 4, ACSC #210ze. 1938-49 Robes 5/- chalk paper Ash imprint block of 4, ACSC #212z, light tone spot on back of 1 unit, Cat $75. 1938-49 Robes Thick Paper 10/- dull purple BW #214A. 1938-49 Robes £1 dull blue, thick paper, ACSC #216, Cat $60. 1938-49 Robes Thin Paper £1, ACSC #217, Cat $100. 1940 AIF set of 4, ACSC #218-21, Cat $14, 6d a little grubby. - 1d green with coloured flaw on Airman’s wings (not the broken wings flaw). - 2d scarlet McCracken imprint pair, ACSC #219zg, Cat $10. 1941 Surcharges 2½d on 2d Ash corner imprint block of 4, ACSC #222z, Cat $10. - 5½d on 5d merino, ACSC #224. 1942-50 2½d Scarlet KGVI wmk CofA lower marginal block of 32 on thin paper with both imprints, ACSC #230aa, Cat $2,100++, 3 units hinged and one unit badly affected by toning. - Authority gutter imprint block of 4, ACSC #230zn, perf ‘G/NSW’ sideways, tonespot on 1 unit. 1946 Peace 2½d Authority gutter & corner imprint blocks of 4, ACSC #236z,zb. 1946 Mitchell 1/- Authority gutter & corner imprint blocks of 4, ACSC #241za,zb. 1947 Newcastle 3½d Authority gutter & corner imprint blocks of 4, ACSC #243za,zc. - 5½d Authority gutter & corner imprint blocks of 4, ACSC #243za,zc. 1951 3d Scarlet KGVI complete sheet of 160, ACSC #251, minor perf separation. 1952-54 6½d Green KGVI block of 6 with pre-printing paper creasing affecting four units, odd tonespot. 1948-53 1/3d Hereford Bull Authority Imprint block of 4, ACSC #260z, 2nd line of imprint weak at right. 1948-56 KGVI Definitives 2/- Aboriginal Art Authority corner Imprint block of 4, ACSC #263zd. 1949-64 Arms set of 4, ACSC #268-71, £2 small gum fault, retail $250 as MUH. - 5/- carmine Authority imprint block of 4, ACSC #268za, Cat $15. - 5/- no imprint left corner block of 4, ACSC #268zb, hinged in margin only, Cat $125. - 10/- bright purple, ACSC #269. - 10/- bright purple marginal pair, ACSC #269. - 10/- imprint block of 4, ACSC #269z, Cat $60. - £1 blue, ACSC #270. - £1 blue imprint pair, ACSC #270z. 1950 Foundation of Commonwealth 1/6d Authority imprint block of 4, ACSC #283z. 1953 Produce Food set of 6 in se-tenant strips of 3, ACSC #287-92, Cat $13. - set of 6 in 2 se-tenant strips of 3, ACSC #287-92, Cat $12. - 3½d red almost complete sheet (C), missing 6 units from TRC of upper pane, with retouch in front of roped leg of 2nd cow [Sh C U3/5 & L3/5], Coloured spur on B of Beef [Sh C U1/6 & L1/6](#BW #292d) and all 24 retouch beneath milking cup on cow (BW #290e-ek), some perf separation and a couple of tonespots. - 3½d butter, with retouch beneath milking cup on cow Type XII [5/6], ACSC #290ek, Cat $10. - 3½d red block of 9, ACSC #292ca. 1953 Coronation 2/- grey-green BRC block of 4, ACSC #302. 1954 Royal Visit 3½d carmine-red, ACSC #308h,i, Sheet C BLC block of 12 (3x4), varieties Re-entry to lower frame at right R7/2 and Re-entry in ROYAL VISIT, 3½d, etc R8/2. 1957-59 QEII Definitives set of 5 sheet stamps and 4d booklet pair, ACSC #319-24, Cat $14. 1959-66 QEII Definitives 1d slate-purple horizontal pair, ACSC #347, with inverted ‘VG’ perfin. - 5d deep blue, part plate 2 block of 6 with coil perf, ACSC #355z, Cat $1,000 for block of 8, hinged in margin only. [BW # notes only 4 or 5 examples known. Our information is that all copies are part numbers as the sheets were all separated in half to make them more managable.] 1960-66 8d Tiger Cat Ordinary Paper recut base frame & shading below AUSTRALIA - Type II [ShB R1/1], ACSC #358(I)ja, Cat $30.

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436 ** A 437 ** A B1 438 ** A A1

- marginal strip of 3, right unit with retouch over animal’s ear [ShB L10/3], ACSC #358(II)p, Cat $40+, minor tonespots. $20 1959-66 Native Fauna 8d Tiger Cat on helecon paper marginal strip of 3, right unit with retouch over animal’s ear [ShB L10/3], minor tonespots. $40 1959-66 Native Flora 2/5d Banksia, block of 4 (2**,2*), ACSC #371. $15 1961-64 Cattle 5/- bright red-brown, white paper, ACSC #373C, Cat $125. $100 1960 NT Centenary re-entry to packhorse’s head and 1st A of AUSTRALIA [ShD 10/1], ACSC #378h, Cat $30, tone spot. $10 1963 Export marginal block of 6 [ShC 9,10/1-3] unit 9/1 with retouched end to jib and shading below - type II, unit 10/3 with white Africa, ACSC #397ea,g, Cat $70++, unit 10/1 may have coloured flaw in arctic ocean but we are not sure. $50 1963-66 Navigators set of 6, 10/- cream paper & £1 white paper, ACSC #404-9, Cat $215. $140 1963-66 Birds 9d Magpie, helecon paper, BLC pair, ACSC #415. $4 1965 Lawrence Hargrave kink in outer vertical line of tail-fin [R3/3] in top block of 12, ACSC #433d, Cat $25+. $18

AUSTRALIA | Decimal Issues 439 ** 440 ** 441 ** 442 ** 443 **

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483 ** A 484 ** 485 ** 486 ** 487 ** 488 ** 489 ** 490 **

A A A A A A A

491 ** A 492 ** A 493 ** A 494 ** A 495 ** A 496 ** A 497 ** A 498 ** A

1967 $1 Provisional Cover 5c on 4c red, Edition V67/1, ‘Registered Post.... slogan BW #B107B, ad seq ‘6,20,0,0,0,052,16e’. 1986 $1 Alpine Wildflowers White paper BW #B149. 1987 Aboriginal Craft 80c BW #B151. 1989 Christmas $3.60 Leigh-Mardon printing ACSC #B170. 1990 $4.10 Thinking of You original print, ACSC #B171. 1990 $3.80 Christmas BW #B178. 1992-94 $2 Wetlands 1k reprint, ACSC #B185B. - Kaohsiung Exhibition overprint, cream paper, ACSC #B185cb, Cat $15, Pfeffer #B169(4). - Second Reprint, 2 Koalas, Queensland ‘94 Stamp and Coin Show overprint, ACSC #B186c, Pfeffer #B169B(1). 1993 $4.50 Trains Indopex ‘93 overprint, ACSC #B190cb, Cat $15, Pfeffer #B172(1), tone spots. 1993 $4.50 Dinosaur Sydney Stamp & Coin Show overprint, ACSC #B191c, Cat $15, Pfeffer #B173(1). 1994 $4.50 Lifesaving Newcastle Mini-National Exhibition overprint, ACSC #B193c, Cat $15, Pfeffer #B175(1). 1994 $4.50 Thinking of You Melbourne Stamp and Coin Show 1994 overprint, ACSC #B194, Pfeffer #B176(1) retail $9. 1997 $4.50 Greetings - Roses 45c x 10, ACSC #B227. 1998 $4.50 Greetings - Roses 45c x 10, ACSC #B234. 1998 $4.50 Greetings - Champagne Roses Natstamp ‘98 overprint, ACSC #B234c, Cat $10, Pfeffer #B215(1). 1978 National Stamp Week with 20c Specimen affixed to cover.

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

1966-68 Bird Definitives 30c Ibis, ACSC #459, Cat $15. $10 $6 1966-74 Navigators 40c Tasman, BW #460. $8 499 ** A $4 - 50c Dampier BW #461. $12 - 75c Cook BW #462 marginal block of 4. $6 AUSTRALIA | Postage Dues 1966 Royal Life Saving large retouch under swimmer’s 500 ** A A1 1902 Converted NSW Plates 1d emerald, P11.8x11½, BW #D3. $35 lower arm [RtSh 9/2] in BLC block of 10 (2x5), ACSC #470g. $10 501 F A A1 - 1d emerald, P11.8x11½, ACSC #D3. $8 444 * A A1 1968 Floral Emblems 20c Sturt’s Desert Pea, ACSC #486. $4 502 G A A1 - 2d emerald, P11.8x11½, ACSC #D7 $6 445 V A 1970 Cook Bicentenary Miniature sheet cancelled First Day Of 503 F A C2 - 2d P11.8, ACSC #D8, Cat $20. $15 Issue with Russell St cds 20AP70. $12 504 F A C2 - 2d P11.8, ACSC #D8, Cat $20, with prominent white flaw 446 ** A - Stamp Pack containing 5c x5, 30c & m/s, ACSC #528w, Cat above 2, pencil cancel. $15 $20. $12 505 F A A1 - 3d emerald, P11.8x11½, wmk upright, ACSC #D10a, Cat $40. $20 447 ** A A1 1970-74 Floral Coils 2c Desert Rose strip of 4, KP5D paper, 506 F C B2 - 4d emerald P11.8x11½, wmk upright, ACSC #D11a, Cat $50, ACSC #530, with weak ‘RAL’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [H14] & extensive thin at top left corner, small tear and associated rounded leg on last ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ [H1] $12 crease at left margin. $5 448 V A A1 1970 Famous Australians set of booklet panes. (4) $20 507 F A A1 1902-04 Design Completed Wmk Crown/NSW 1d Emerald, 449 ** A A1 1971 Christmas 7c set of seven singles on cream paper BW P11.8x11, ACSC #D21. $4 #572-8. (7) $25 508 F A B1 - 1d Emerald, P11.8x11 with white flaw across base of Y of 450 ** A A1 1972-76 Rehabilitation 18c, BLC block of 4 with sheet number, PENNY, ACSC #D21f, Cat $25. $20 TRC with diagonal green line over B of REHABILITATION 509 F A C1 - 1d dull green, P11.8x11, wmk inverted, ACSC #D26a. $4 [L9/2] & BLC with diagonal lines & spot on man’s jumper 510 F A B2 - 3d emerald, P11.8x11, wmk inverted, ACSC #D30. $15 [L10/1], ACSC #597e,f, Cat $24. $15 511 F A B2 - 5d emerald, P11.8x11½, ACSC #D34, Cat $20, fine ‘VASSE/ 451 ** A A1 1972 Olympics 35c horse riding, TRC block of 8, BRC unit with NO24/04/WESTERN AUST[RALIA]’ cancel. $15 retouch to centre of light red bar [UP2/7], ACSC #604d, Cat 512 F A B1 - 1/- P11.8x11.5, ACSC #D42, Cat $20. $12 $46. $30 513 V A A1 1906-08 Design Completed Wmk Crown/Single Lined A ½d 452 ** A A1 - 35c horse riding, marginal block of 4, TLC unit with retouch to emerald, P11.8x11, ACSC #D52, Cat $10. $8 M of ‘Munich’ and 1 of 1972 [LP2/1], ACSC #604f, Cat $31. $20 514 V A A1 - 2d light green, P11½x11, wmk inverted, ACSC #D60a, Cat $10. $6 453 ** A A1 - 35c horse riding, autotron block of 4, TLC unit with retouch to 515 V A B1 1908-09 New Design For Shilling Values 1/- dull green M of ‘Munich’ and 19 of 1972 [UP 5/1], ACSC #604z, Cat $40. $25 P11½x11, ACSC #D71, Cat $25. $20 454 ** A - 35c in gutter block of 8 with sheet number. $20 516 * A A1 1909-10 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thick Paper 2d Die I, 455 ** A - 35c in lower pane block of 8 with sheet number. $20 BW #D80. $20 456 ** A A1 1972-76 Pioneer Life 50c transport, White paper, ACSC #615, 517 W A C2 - 6d deep rose-red & green P12.2x12.4, ACSC #D86, Cat $35. $6 Cat $15, with black dot on window blind [R4/1] $10 518 V A B1 - 5/- rose-red & green, ACSC #D90, Cat $70. $40 457 ** A A1 - 80c commerce, Cream paper, TLC block of 6, ACSC #618, Cat 519 F A B2 1913-21 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thin Paper ½d scarlet & $17, TRC unit with green dot in water at right [L1/3] $12 pale green P12.4, ACSC #D93, Cat $25, pencil cancel. $12 458 * A A1 - 80c Commerce on cream paper, with retouch left of 80c [LP 520 G A B1 - ½d carmine & deep yellow-green P14 pair, ACSC #D95, Cat 9/2], ACSC #618f, Cat $12. $10 $20. $10 459 ** A A1 1972 Christmas 35c. $4 521 G A C1 - 1d rose-red & green reconstructed block of 5, ACSC #D96, Cat 460 **/UA/A1976 National Stamp Week with Philas House Appeal overprint $20. $10 with accompanying Type E card. Plus Sydpex 88 Postage Paid 522 F B B1 - 1d rose-red & green wmk sideways (crown to right from face) cover to Melbourne. $8 block of 4, ACSC #D96aa, Cat $24, few creases and pencil 461 ** A B1 1980 Aircraft 22c pair one with large red dot on wing [ShA cancel. $10 L6/3-4], ACSC #883e, Cat $10. $6 523 ** A C1 1922-30 Wmk 3rd Crown/A 1½d carmine & yellow-green, 462 ** A A1 1982 Whales 60c essay with solid blue background, ACSC ACSC #D107. $4 #930(E)1, Cat $350. $300 524 V A C1 1931-37 Wmk CofA ½d deep carmine & yellow-green, ACSC 463 ** A 1984 Barred Edge Frama 30c set of 7 postcodes. $7 #D113, Cat $12. $8 464 ** A 1986-87 Platypus Frama 36c set of nine. (9) $6 525 ** A C1 - 1d carmine & yellow-green BRC pair, ACSC #D115, Cat $20. $14 465 ** A 1986 Christmas [1] APWH paper block of 7; [2] Harrison paper 526 ** A C1 1938-63 New Frame Plates ½d Authority - normal imprint block block of 8; [3] CPE block of 19, ACSC #1177,1181,1182. $7 of 4, ACSC #D122zc, Cat $100. $60 466 ** A 1989-90 Frill-Necked Lizard Frama $1 with Essen ‘90 logo opt, 527 **/* A C1 - 1d carmine & yellow-green pair, top unit with scratch at right ACSC #1435. $4 of base serif of 1, bottom unit mounted. $16 467 ** A 1992 International Space Year Official Australia Post Stamp 528 ** A A1 - 4d Ash - no dot imprint block of 4, ACSC #D126z, Cat $125. $80 Heritage Book, including PO Pack & FDC, issued at $16.95. $15 529 **/** A A1- 4d Authority - Ash re-engraved imprint block of 4, ACSC 468 ** A A1 - $2.70 Minisheet, ACSC #1591. $4 #D126zb, Cat $75. $50 469 ** A 1993 Dinosaurs set of 6, ACSC #1680-5. $5 530 V A B1 1946-56 Redrawn Value Plates ½d brown-red & deep green, 470 ** A 1994-97 Kangaroos & Koalas set. (6) $6 ACSC #D129C, Cat $20. $15 471 ** A 1995 The World Down Under M/S. $4 531 ** A B1 - 1d carmine & yellow-green, marginal block of 10 (2x5), ACSC 472 ** A 1996-2001 Nature of Australia Definitives $10 Kakadu #D130, Cat $30+. $20 Wetlands m/s with ‘Pacifica ‘97’ opt. $30 532 ** A - 7d carmine & yellow-green gutter block of 4 with part imprint, 473 ** A+ Atlanta - Sydney 2000 45c x10 sheetlet PO Pack, ACSC ACSC #D136, Cat $24+. $16 #1985w, Cat $10. $8 533 ** A B1 1958-63 No Wmk ½d Die II large interpaneau block of 60 (Rows 474 ** A A1 1997 Bradman 45c sheetlet of 10 with year date, ACSC #2014z. $15 7-12), ACSC #D144c, Cat $600+ (Retail is $600+). $250 475 ** A 1999 Australia 99 hand perforated minisheet set, ACSC 534 ** A B1 - 5d Die I corner block of 4, ACSC #D150, Cat $100. $70 #2179b-80b, Cat $50. $35 535 ** A C1 - 5d Die II corner block of 4, ACSC #D151, Cat $320. $200 476 ** A+ 1999 Sydney 2000 45c x10 sheetlet PO Pack, ACSC #2232w, Cat $10. $8 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 477 ** A1 - 45c x10 sheetlet PO Pack, ACSC #2232z, Cat $10. $8 536 PS A1917-30 KGV Sideface 1½d brown on white, without footnote, 478 ** A+ 1999 Small Pond 45c & 50c Frogs minisheet and Stamps PO BW #P52(1), Cat $20, unused, mild toning. $15 Pack, ACSC #2243w, Cat $11. $8 537 PS A - 1d violet on buff, BW #P56(2), Cat $50, unused. $25 479 ** A 2000 Gardens 45c set of Peel & Stick. (5) $6 538 PS A 1943-52 KGVI Sideface 2d violet on off-white, BW #P72(2), 480 ** A 2001 Rock Australia 45c sheetlet of 10. $10 unused. $12 539 PS A - 2d violet on off-white stock, BW #P72(2), unused. $15 AUSTRALIA | Booklets 481 ** A 1953-57 3/6d QEII 3½d wmk with Wax interleaving BW #B57v. $30 482 ** A 1964 5d Green QEII booklet pane BW #400c (B67). $40


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 540 PS A1918-30 KGV Sideface 2d scarlet on grey with scene ‘Mosman’s Bay, Sydney, NSW’, cancelled with framed ‘BARMEDMAN/8NO/1922/N.S.W’ (A2), light tone spots and corner bends. 541 PS A - ‘TWO/PENCE’ on 1½d, BW #LC53, used 1931. 542 PS A- 2d red on white, BW #LC64, unused. 543 PS A 1943-51 KGVI Sideface 2½d red, BW #LC71, CTO Camberwell North 11MY60. 544 PS B - 2½d red 127mm between perfs, setting 2, BW #LC72Aa, unused, toning on folded edge. 545 PS A 1953-59 QEII Sideface 3½d red with Senders address and three lines added on reverse, BW #LC76, unused. 546 PS A - 4d claret, price at upper left, BW #LC81Ay, Cat $30, cancelled with FDoI ‘PHILATELIC BUREAU/6MR57/MELBOURNE-AUST’, to Bolton, Lancs, GB. 547 PS A - 4d claret admonition inside in claret, BW #LC81B, unused. 548 PS A- 4d claret Price removed from upper left, BW #LC82, unused. 549 PS A- 5d blue and blue bars on 4d claret, BW #LC83, unused, small crease. 550 PS A 1960-65 QEII Facing Right 5d blue, BW #LC84, Cat $20, unused. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 551 PS A 1916-20 KGV Embossed Octagon Without ‘Postage’ 1d red on grey stock with additional ½d green adhesive, BW #EP9(2), used in Tanunda in 1918. 552 PS A 1920-24 KGV Embossed Octagon With ‘Postage’ 1½d emerald blue within, BW #EP27(2), Cat $200, unused. 553 PS A - 1½d emerald with blue within, BW #EP27(2), used in 1924. 554 PS A- 1½d red CTO Melbourne 14MY24, BW #EP28(1)y, Cat $100, minor thinning at left. Approximately 400 created. 555 PS A 1951 KGVI Embossed Crowned Circle 3½d red on brownish stock, BW #EP48(5), used. 556 PS A 1957-65 QEII Embossed Small Die 4d plum on buff with Senders Name and Address in black on back flap Knife 1, BW #EP57(2), unused. 557 PS A- 5c indigo on buff, BW #EP58, cancelled with ‘TOWNSVILLE/ 5PM/10FEB/1960/QLD.AUST.’ (A1) machine, torn open at left with small part backflap missing. 558 PS B - 5d red on buff, setting 6, BW #EP61(2), cancelled at Bankstown 15 Dec 1965. 559 *F A 1983 Coats of Arms 30c Canberra, ASC #E135, with Pictorial cancel FDI ‘Canberra ACT 9 Nov 1983’ 2l. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 560 ** A 1915 OHMS stampless envelope for Returning Officers issued under ‘The Elections Act of 1915’ mint, unusual survivor. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 561 PS A 1921 KGV Embossed Octagon With Postage 1d green window faced envelope, BW #ES43, for Edwards Dunlop and Co used in Melbourne in 1928. 562 PS A 1916 KGV Embossed Octagon Without Postage 1½d blackbrown Die 2, BW #ES48 on envelope for Parke, Davis & Co used in 1919. 563 PS A - 1½d brown on envelope, BW #ES52, Cat $50, for Farmer & Company Ltd used in 1920. 564 PS A - 2d orange on envelope, BW #ES59, for Australian Glass Manufacturers Co Ltd used in 1921. 565 PS A 1929 KGV Embossed Oval 1d green on window faced envelope, BW #ES64, used in 1930. 566 PS A - 1½d red on envelope, BW #ES69, for Morris J Cohen used in 1930. 567 PS A - 2d red Die 1 on envelope, BW #ES72, for Vacuum Oil Company Pty Ltd used in 1934. 568 PS A 1937 KGVI 1½d green on window faced envelope, BW #ES79, for The Myer Emporium with additional ½d franking used in 1950 H&G 29. 569 PS A 1951 KGVI 3d green on window faced envelope, BW #ES89, for The Myer Emporium used in 1951. 570 PS A 1953 QEII 3d green on window faced envelope, BW #ES91, for The Myer Emporium used in 1955. 571 PS A 1953 QE II Embossed Large Die 3d green, BW #ES91, on window faced envelope for The Myer Emporium used in 1955. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 572 PS A1915-25 KGV Sideface 4½d violet on buff with sawtooth sides and error envelpe on reverse CTO Melbourne 11 MY 24, BW #RE18x. 573 PS A 1928-30 KGV Embossed Oval 5d brown on buff, BW #RE27, cancelled with ‘CABRA[MATTA]/13AU36/N.S.W’ (B2) with blue registration label. 574 PS A1938-50 KGVI Embossed Oval 5d brown, no comma after ‘rifling’, BW #RE28A, with provisional West Melbourne Registration label used in 1938, few minor stains. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 575 PS A 1959 12th International Congress of Scientific Management 10d dark blue Jet on light blue paper, ‘12th INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS OF SCIENTIFIC MANAGEMENT’, BW #A14, unfolded. 576 PS A 1962 Empire Games 10d cancelled with Empire Games Stadium Pictorial cancel 22NOV 1962, BW #A18. 577 PS A - 10d, BW #A18, cancelled with ‘ELWOOD/13AP64/VIC-AUST’, to Vienna, Austria. 1967 Christmas 10c, ASC #A28, unfolded. 578 *** A 579 *** A 1968 10c Economic Commission For Asia and the Far East 10c, ASC #A30.

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AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes (Official) 580 PS A 1960 OHMS and Jet dark blue on blue, BW #AO3wa, with violet diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’ hand-stamp.

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$40 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 581 PS A 1953-65 QEII Pre-Decimal 2½d brown QEII, BW #W26, used. $8 $35 $55 AUSTRALIA | First Day Covers 582 F A 1931 Kingsford Smith set tied to Registered cover by Markets $25 Brisbane cds 19 MR 31. $200 583 * A 1932 Large Kookaburra 6d tied to plain cover by ‘ST $10 GEORGES TERRACE/-1JE32/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ cds, blue/black registration label. $200 $50 1936 SA Centenary 2d tied to illustrated SA Stamp Co, 584 *F A Hindmarsh FDC by Unley SA 3AU36 cds, typed addressed. $20 585 F A1937 1d QM & 2d KGVI Die I tied to illustrated Official FDC by $20 Albert cds 10 MAY37. $15 $25 586 *F A 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary illustrated Registered cover with $15 2d & 3d values tied by Townsville cds 1 OC 37. $20 - 2d & 3d tied to illustrated APO FDC by Sunbury, Victoria cds 587 *F A $5 1OC37, typed addressed. $15 588 *F A - 2d & 3d tied to illustrated APO FDC by ‘SHEA OAK LOG/ $8 1OC37/S.A’ cds (A2) and numeral ‘26’ (A1-), unaddressed. $20 589 *F A - 2d & 3d tied to illustrated APO FDC by ‘PRAIRIE/1OC37/ QUEENSLAND’ cds (A1-), unaddressed. $20 590 *F A1938 KGVI 1½d red-brown pair tied to plain FDC by Ship Mail Room, Melbourne 20 Ap 38 cds (B2), typed address to USA, $60 toning and reduced at left on opening. $20 1940 AIF 1d on plain FDC tied by Melbourne 15 Jly 1940 ‘BUY/ 591 *F A $75 WAR SAVINGS/CERTIFICATES’ slogan cancel, neatly $80 addressed. $8 - set tied to illustrated APO FDC by ‘REGISTERED ELIZABETH 592 *F A$50 T S /1130A15JY40/MELBOURNE’ with blue registration label, a few small tape remains. $25 $10 1945 Gloucester 2½d x4 on plain FDC, cancelled with 593 *F A‘HAWTHORN/19FE45/VIC’ (WWW #180B - Rated R). $6 594 *F A- 3½d x4 on plain FDC, cancelled with ‘HAWTHORN/19FE45/ $25 VIC’ (WWW #180B - Rated R). $6 595 *F A- 5½d x4 on plain FDC, cancelled with ‘HAWTHORN/19FE45/ VIC’ (WWW #180B - Rated R). $8 $5 - set of 3 cancelled with 2 strikes of ‘LINDFIELD/19FE45/N.S.W’ 596 *F Aon plain RAAF cover, light toning. $12 $4 597 *F A1946 Peace 3½d strip of 3 cancelled with ‘HAWTHORN/ 18FE46/VIC’ (WWW #180B - Rated R) on plain FDC. $8 $4 598 *F A- 5½d strip of 3 cancelled with ‘HAWTHORN/18FE46/VIC’ (WWW #180B - Rated R) on plain FDC. $8 599 *F A1946 Mitchell 1/- cancelled with ‘BLACKALL/530P14OC46/ QUEENSLAND’ on Royal Geographical Society ‘Pastoral $50 Scene’ illustrated cover with blue registration label and purple cachet, pencil address erased. $20 - 3½d Imprint block of 4 cancelled with ‘CABOOLTURE/14OC46/ 600 *F AQUEENSLAND’ (B2, better backstamp) on Royal Geographical $35 Society ‘Merinos’ illustrated cover (light toning) with blue registration label and purple cachet, addressed. $20 601 *F A 1947 Newcastle set of 3 on Winslow small font cover, cancelled $25 with fair ‘SARATOGA/8SE47/N.S.W.’ with blue registration label. $30 602 *F A - set with 1½d green QE on private cover cancelled with 2 strikes $25 of ‘CHIEF PARCELS OFFICE/8SE47/N.S.W’ (A2, better backstamp), blue registration label. $15 $20 603 *F A - Registered illustrated Wide World cover with set tied by Grenfell Street South Aust cds 8 DE47. $25 $20 604 *F A 1948 Farrer block of 4 tied to illustrated Haslem FDC by ‘TANUNDA/12JY48/S.A.’ (B1) cds, unaddressed. $20 $15 1948 Von Mueller 2½d tied to illustrated Wide World FDC with 605 *F A ‘GRENFELL STREET/13SE48/SOUTH.AUST’ cds, typed $15 address. $12 606 *F A1950 2½d Scarlet KGVI on plain cover with ‘NEWTOWN/ 12AP50/N.S.W-AUST’ (A2) cds, typed address. $12 $20 1950-53 KGVI Definitives 1½d green QE pair on private cover 607 *F A(roughly opened), cancelled with 2 strikes of ‘GRAFTON/ $20 19JE50/N.S.W’ (A1), typed address. $10 1951 Federation set on registered plain small cover with blue 608 *F A $15 registration label and cancelled with 2 strikes of ‘KING ST/ 1MY51/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1-), addressed locally, light toning. $15 $25 609 *F A - set tied to illustrated Wide World FDC by Greenslopes Repat Hospital cds 1MY51 (A1 backstamp) with blue registration label, neat hand addressed. $15 1952 KGVI Definitives 1/0½d blue-grey on Haslem FDC, 610 *V A cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/1215P19MR52/SOUTH-AUST’ (A1), $100 neat mss address. $40 1953 QEII 3½d tied to illustrated Artcraft FDC by Melbourne cds 611 *F A21AP53, addressed, small tape marks. $20 $20 612 *F A1953 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 $45 of stamps. $15 1953 Tasmania Stamp Centenary 3d tied to illustrated orange 613 *F A and blue Royal FDC by ‘SEYMOUR/11NO53/VIC-AUST’ cds (A1 - WWW #110A), addressed. $10 614 *F A1954 New Definitives 2½d & 6½d on green & purple Southern T Cross cover, cancelled with ‘N H MELBOURNE N.1/23JE54/ $15 VIC-AUST’. $15 1954 ANARE 3½d black on illustrated Haslem FDC in red & blue 615 *F A $15 with ‘GEELONG/17NO54/VIC-AUST’ (A1 - WWW#820A), addressed. $10 $5 616 F A 1955 Rotary illustrated FDC with 3½d tied by Philatelic Bureau $10 Melbourne cds 23FE55. $15 $20


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 - 3½d tied to illustrated blue & orange Royal FDC by ‘CROYDON NORTH/23FE55/N.S.W-AUST’ (A2+) cds, typed addressed. 1957 SA Responsible Government 4d tied to Illustrated Wesley FDC by Melbourne cds 17AP57, printed address. 1958 30th Anniversary First Tasman Flight 8d tied to illustrated brown & silver Royal FDC by ‘WARRAWONG SOUTH/27AU58/N.S.W-AUST’ cds (B2), unaddressed. 1958 Christmas APO Hermes illustrated FDC with Christmas pair tied by Philatelic Bureau cds 5 NOV 58. 1959 1/- Platypus tied to illustrated yellow & brown Royal FDC by ‘WARRAWONG SOUTH/9SE59/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1) cds, unaddressed. 1959 5d Blue QEII tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne FDI of 1OC1959, printed address. 1961 11d Rabbit Bandicoot tied to APO Hermes FDC by Philatelic Bureau cds 3 MAY 61. 1961 1/- Colombo Plan Royal illustrated FDC with adhesive tied by Prahran cds 30JE 61. 1961 5d Dame Nellie Melba illustrated Wesley FDC with 5d tied by Melbourne cds 20SEP61. 1962 2d QEII illustrated Wesley FDC with adhesive tied by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 21MAR62, unaddressed. 1962 1/2d Tasmania Tiger tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by ‘TELOPEA/21MR62/NSW-AUST’ cds, unaddressed. 1962 5d Stuart tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by ‘DARWIN/ 25JY62/N.T - AUST’ cds (A1) with triangular ‘JOHN MCDOUGALL STUART COMMEMORATIVE FLIGHT/DARWIN/ ADELAIDE/JULY 26 - 1962/ON AIRCRAFT CHARLES TODD’ in violet cancel (A1), typed address to Singapore. 1962 Commonwealth Games set of 2 on privately illustrated (photo of athlete) cover cancelled with 1 Nov 1962 GPO Perth FDI cds, blue provisional registration label cancelled with violet ‘SPECIAL PHILATELIC BUREAU/G.P.O., PERTH’, addressed to Victoria. 1963 Red Cross 5d tied to Official Red Cross FDC by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne FDI of 8MAY1963, unaddressed. 1964-66 Birds 9d, 1/6d & 2/5d tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by ‘BRIGHTON S.5./11MR64/VIC-AUST’ cds (B2 - WWW #190B Rated RRR), unaddressed. 1964 Christmas 5d tied to illustrated green Aust. Cover Collectors Assoc. FDC by ‘BRIGHTON S.5/21OC64/VIC-AUST’ cds (A1 - WWW #200A - Rated R), neatly addressed. 1959-64 Flora & Fauna 2/3d bright yellow-green Wattle on white paper tied to illustrated Wesley FDC by ‘BRIGHTON S.5./28OC64/ VIC-AUST’ cds (A2 - WWW #190B - Rated RRR), addressed. 1965 5d Monash tied to APO FDC by Philatelic Sales Section Russell Street cds 23JE65, unaddressed. 1965 ICY 2/3d tied to illustrated Royal FDC by ‘BRIGHTON S.5./ 1SE65/VIC-AUST’ cds (A2 - WWW #190B - Rated RRR), unaddressed. 1968 Mexico Olympics set tied to Wesley illustrated cover by Brisbane of 2OC68, unaddressed. 1968 Australia’s First Lighthouse 5c tied to Aust Post FDC by Russell Street cds 27NO68. 1969 Ports & Harbours Conference 5c tied to Aust Post Official FDC by Russell St cds 26FE69. 1969 ILO 5c tied to Aust Post Official FDC by Russell St cds 4JE69. 1970 Expo set tied to Aust Post illustrated FDC by Russell St cds 16MR 70, unaddressed. 1970 Grassland Congress 5c on APO FDC, cancelled with Adelaide FDoI, neat typed address, light toning around stamp. 1970 Cook 30c tied to illustrated Hornadge FDC by Oberon cds 20AP70, unaddressed. 1970 National Development 7c tied to private cover with ‘THREDBO VILLAGE/31AU70/NSW-AUST’ (A1-) cds. PO 1/7/1963. - set tied to long Aust Post Official FDC by Russell St cds 31AUG 1970, unaddressed. 1972 Christmas Official APO FDC. 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 Australia Day on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Lilydale FDI of 23JAN1980. 1980 Australian Birds set of 5 tied to illustrated APO FDC by Ivanhoe, Victoria FDI of 20FEB1980, unaddressed. - 22c, 28c & 60c tied to illustrated APO FDC by Post Office Museum, Hobart FDI of 31MAR1980, unaddressed. - 10c, 35c, 45c, 80c & $1 tied to illustrated APO FDC by Post Office Museum, Hobart FDI of 1JUL1980, unaddressed, minor tone spots. 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. 1983 Australian Folklore se-tenant strip of 5 on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with Gosford FDI of 3AUG1983. 1984 $5 Painting tied to illustrated APO FDC by Wentworth cds 4 APR 1984, unaddressed. 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

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659 *F A 660 *F A 661 *F A 662 *F A

1986 36c Platypus Frama tied to illustrated FDC by appropriate FDCs, set of nine unaddressed covers. (9) 1988 Joint Issue With USA on illustrated APO cover with pictorial Sydney FDI of 26 Jan 1988 cancel, unaddressed. 1988 Australia Day - Arrival of First Fleet 37c se-tenant strip of 5 tied to illustrated APO cover by special Sydney FDI of 26 Jan 1988 cancel in red, unaddressed. 1988 Living Together 10c, 20c, 25c, 45c, 80c & $1 tied to illustrated APO FDC by special 17 Feb 1988 Melbourne cancel, unaddressed.

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AUSTRALIA | Philatelic Numismatic Covers 1995 Australia Remembers 45c stamp on FDC with 50c Weary 663 *** A+ Dunlop coin, cancelled ‘First Day of Issue 20 April 1995. St Kilda Road Victoria 3004’. 664 ** A 2008 Centenary of Quarantine Original price $14.95. 665 ** A 2008 Centenary of Rugby League booklet with $10 stamps. Original price $15.95. 666 ** A 2008 Guide Dogs with medallion. Original price $9.95.

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$15 AUSTRALIA | Maximum Cards 667 *V A 1956 9d Platypus on coloured PPC of Platypus, cancelled with $20 light cds of Jan 58. 668 *V A 1991 Queens Birthday 43c QEII on Maximum card, cancelled $15 with ‘FIRST DAY OF ISSUE/11APRIL1991/ELIZABETH SA 5112’ (A1) with floral design.

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AUSTRALIA | Commemorative Covers 669 *F A1936 South Australia Proclamation Day Centenary illustrated cover franked with ½d orange KGV pair & 2d SA Centenary pair, cancelled with 28 Dec 1936 Glenelg cds, blue registration label, endorsed ‘Not home 28/12/36 am/Card Left’, addressed to Parkside, Sth. Aust, light toning mainly around reg. label, hinge remainder on back. 1947 P.I.C.A.O. ‘P.I.C.A.O/6FE47/MELBOURNE·AUST’ on ½d 670 *F ARoo & 2d purple KGVI, slight staining to cover. 1948 Scout Jamboree Yarra Brae light hexagonal ‘PAN671 *F B PACIFIC SCOUT JAMBOREE./VIC/29DEC48/AUST/YARRABRAE’ (A1-) cancelling 2½d red-brown on Bodin illustrated souvenir cover, handstamped address, assorted hinge marks on reverse & some discolouration to face. 672 *F A1950 ANPEX 100 years block of 4 on Anpex registered Wide World illustrated souvenir cover in blue cancelled with large double-circle ANPEX cancel (B1 backstamp), bearing exhibition label on reverse, cancelled 4OC50, some toning, largely on reverse. 673 *F A1952 Geebex Exhibition illustrated cover with 3½d KGVI tied by Exhibition cancel 8 May 52, typed address, light toning. 674 *F A 1953 Bripex ‘PHILATELIC/EXHIBITION/3SEPT53/BRIGHTON/ VIC-AUST’ (A1), cancelling 3½d Young Farmers (FDoI) on unaddressed exhibition cover. 675 DF A 1956 Olympic Games Piece with Olympic Rings and 6 different Pictorial cancels all 8 DEC 1956, attractive. 1959 Qantas Boeing 1st Flight illustrated cover with 2/3d 676 *F A Wattle tied by pictorial ‘INAUGURATION QANTAS BOEING JET SERVICE/[plane]/27OCT59/SYDNEY-AUST’ cancel (A1), typed address. 1960 Sapex use of 6d Anteater on illustrated SAPEX FDC, 677 *F A cancelled with SOUTH AUSTRALIAN/SAPEX P.O./30SEP1960/ ADELAIDE/S.A. AUST/PHILATELIC EXHIBITION’ cds, addressed. 678 *F A 1966 Inter-Parliamentary Meetings 2 strikes of double-circle ‘CANBERRA PARLIAMENT HOUSE/A.C.T. AUST./[old parliament house]/11APR1966/INTER-PARLIAMENTARY MEETINGS/CANBERRA APRIL 1966’ (A1) cancelling 5½d Gloucester & 8d ANZAC x4 with blue registration label, typed addressed. 1966 WAPEX II 4c Dirk Hartog cancelled with ‘PHILATELIC 679 *V A EXHIBITION PERTH-W.A.-AUSTRALIA/24OCT1966/[ship]’ (A1) in red on unaddressed Official WAPEX II cover with Dirk Hartog illustration. 680 *V A - 4c Dirk Hartog cancelled with ‘PHILATELIC EXHIBITION PERTH-W.A.-AUSTRALIA/24OCT1966/[ship]’ (A1-) in red on Official WAPEX II cover with Dirk Hartog illustration. 681 *F A - ‘PHILATELIC EXHIBITION PERTH-W.A.-AUSTRALIA/ 24OCT1966/[ship]’ (A1-) on 4c Hartog & Wapex II cinderella on official WAPEX II cover. 682 *F A1967 50th Anniv SA-VIC Airmail official souvenir cover of commemorative flight Mt. Gambier-Melbourne, AAMC #1593, with overprinted Shell cinderella, franked with 4c red QEII, cancelled with ‘1917 - FIRST AIR MAIL STH. AUST.-VICTORIA/ [Basil Watson]/27FEB.1967/MT. GAMBIER S.A. AUST’ (A1), APM #2330, pencil address removed. 683 *F B 1967 United Nations 5th Regional Conference pictorial ‘FIFTH U.N. REGIONAL/8MAR1967/CANBERRA/A.C.T./ AUSTRALIA/CARTOGRAPHIC CONFERENCE’ (Opening day) in violet on 4c red QEII on illustrated APO cover (toning). 1970 ANPEX Exhibition 30c Cook and 5c coil, tied to illustrated 684 *F AExhibition cover by ‘28APR1970’ Exhibition cancel with special ANPEX Registration label in red, addressed to Snowtown, Sth. Aust. 685 *F A 1970 Veteran Car Club International Rally 2 strikes of 16APR1970 Melbourne cancels on 1c & 4c on addressed plain cover. 1970 ANPEX Exhibition Dinner Menu with 4c & 5c floral coils 686 *F A tied by Exhibition cancel 27 APR 1970 signed by Philatelists Cyril Walters & John Bishop.

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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 687 *F A 688 *V A

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1970 Royal Visit cover with 5c Grasslands tied to plain envelope by Royal Visit Canberra cancel 23 APR 1970. $5 1970 Cook Bicentennial set of 12 long commemorative covers bearing se-tenant strip of 5, cancelled at Point Hicks (20APR), Kurnell (27APR), Bulli (27APR), Botany (27APR), Laurieton (27APR), The Entrance (4MAY), Coolangatta (13MAY), Gladstone (20MAY), Rockhampton (25MAY), Mackay (1JUN), Cooktown (15JUN) & Thursday Island (17AUG). Point Hicks, Bulli & Cooktown all with red spot on sail flaw. $100 1970 Overland Telegraph pictorial ‘COMMENCEMENT OF OVERLAND TELEGRAPH LINE 1870/14SEP1970/DARWIN/NT 5790’ (A1 - First Day) in violet on 1c brown QEII & 4c YMCA on Boys cover, addressed to Geelong East. APM #4100. $10 - pictorial ‘COMMENCEMENT OF OVERLAND TELEGRAPH LINE 1870/19SEP1970/DARWIN/NT 5790’ (A1) in violet on 5c Golden Wattle coil, typed address, APM #4100. $10 1970 Papal Visit Sydney illustrated cover with adhesive tied by ‘Papal Visit 1979 Sydney’ cds 2 DEC 1970. $20 1971 9th Medical & Biological Engineering Conference pictorial ‘NINTH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE/{map of Australia}/23AUG1971/MELBOURNE 3000/MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING’ (First Day) on 6c coil on unaddressed APO generic cover. $20 1972 5th National Australian Convention of Amateur Astronomers, Melbourne pictorial cancel Melbourne 30 MAR 1972 (first day of issue) on 7c Desert Pea & 50c Dampier with blue ‘St. KIlda Road Central’ registration label on Webster cover. [Only 12 items registered] $60 1973 Sir Colin Mackenzie Sanctuary, Healesville 7c coil tied to illustrated APO cover by pictorial ‘SIR COLIN MACKENZIE SANCTUARY/6JUL1973/{platypus, lyrebird}/HEALESVILLE, 3777’ (First Day) cancel, unaddressed. $10 1973 Post Office Museum Castray Esplanade Hobart illustrated cover with adhesive tied by pictorial ‘Post Office Museum Castray Esplanade Hobart ‘cancel 9 OCT 1973, unaddressed. $25 1974 Parramatta Philatelic Society 25th Anniversary illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Parramatta cds 11DE74, unaddressed. $25 1979 International Music Council ‘TOASTMASTERS DOWNUNDER/13MAY1976/1976 CONFERENCE SYDNEY 2000’ on 5c Env. [Only 921 postmarked] $20 1977 Centenary of Test Cricket pictorial Melbourne Cricket Ground Test Cricket Centenary cancel 9 Mar 1977 (first day of issue) on 18c Cricket on unaddressed plain cover. $5 1977 5th World Underwater Congress special cancel on 18c on unaddressed APO souvenir cover. [Only 793 postmarked] $50 1977 Australian Music Exposition special cancel of 8DEC1977 on 18c on APO souvenir cover. $15 1978 Australian Aviators 18c Hawker tied to illustrated Harry Hawker cover by Moorabbin FDI 19 Apr 1978 cancel, unaddressed. $8 1978 Philas House pictorial ‘BRISBANE ST. HOME OF PHILATELY SYDNEY N.S.W. 2000/19JUL1978/PHILAS/ HOUSE/OPENING’ (First day) in red on 20c Little Grebe on illustrated Official Souvenir Cover, unaddressed. $10 1978 Geelong Trade Exhibition ‘GEELONG TRADE EXHIBITION 1978 VIC.3220/GTI/9SEP1978/[Jaycee logo]’ on 20c Wombat on APO kangaroo souvenir cover, unaddressed. [Only 800 postmarked] $50 1978 West Gate Bridge ‘{bridge}/WEST GATE/VIC. 3207/ 15Nov1978’ (A1) cancelling 20c Grebe on illustrated APO souvenir cover with ‘FIRST/OFFICIAL MAIL/ACROSS/WEST GATE {post van}’ (A1) cachet, unaddressed. Unallocated $8 1979 National Christian Youth Convention special cancel of 8JAN1979 on 20c on APO souvenir cover. [Only 780 postmarked] $15 1979 Bri-Phil House & Rowland Hill Exhibition ‘ROWLAND HILL EXHIBITION/{QV & Rowland Hill}/ELSTERNWICK 3185. 6MAY1979’ on 20c Stamp Week on Brighton Philatelic Society cover in green. $5 - ‘ROWLAND HILL EXHIBITION/{QV & Rowland Hill}/ ELSTERNWICK 3185. 6MAY1979’ on 20c Stamp Week on Brighton Philatelic Society cover in brown. $5 1979 Official Opening Eastern Suburbs Railway Sydney illustrated cover with adhesive tied by commemorative cancel 23 JUN 1979, unaddressed. $5 1979 International Music Council Melbourne Pictorial cds on 20c Hobart PSE. [Only 178 postmarked] $80 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 covers cancelled] $70 1980 Opening of the Melbourne Underground 22c Kingfisher tied to illustrated official APO cover by pictorial 14 Nov 1980 Melbourne special cancel, unaddressed. $5 1981 Presentation of the Standard illustrated cover for The Prince of Wales Presentation of the Standard to the First Armoured Regiment with adhesive tied by Commemorative cancel 21 April 1981. $6 1981 Apex Jubilee Convention illustrated cover with Apex 22c tied by Jubilee Convention Geelong cancel 18 Apr 1981, unaddressed. $5 1981 International Year of Disabled Persons illustrated cover with 24c tied by Prospect SA cancel 16 September 1981, unaddressed. $5

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1981 Cooktown Orchid 24c PSE cancelled with Pictorial Cooktown of 28 Sep 1981 (First Day), unaddressed. 1981 Beersheba Day Anniversary 24c Common Heath PSE tied by commemorative cancel 31 Oct 1981, unaddressed. Centenary of Moonee Ponds, Victoria 41mm double-circle ‘CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS/{old shopping centre}/ 26OCT1981/{new shopping centre}/MOONEE PONDS 3039’ on 22c Gold Rush on illustrated cover, unaddressed. PO 15/1/1861. 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 28th VPA Congress 24c IYDP with Pictorial VPA cancel 14 NOV 1981 on long illustrated cover, unaddressed. 1981 40th Anniversary Air Training Corps 24c PSE cancelled with Pictorial postmark 10 NOV 1981, unaddressed. 1981 Christmas Stamp Fair 24c PSE with Pictorial cancel Adelaide 15 NOV 1981, unaddressed. 1981 28th VPA Congress 24c PSE with Pictorial VPA cancel 14 NOV 1981, unaddressed. 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 Transpex Exhibition illustrated cover with Pictorial Transpex cancel 4 AUG 1982, unaddressed. 1982 VFL Grand Final 27c PSE with Pictorial cancel VFL Grand Final East Melbourne 25SEP 1982, unaddressed. 1982 P&O’s 50 Years of Cruising illustrated cover then carried on Canberra Philatelic Cruise 16Feb - 2 Mar 1983 with special cruise cachet and boxed PAQUEBOAT handstamp. 1983 Telecom Tower ‘TELECOM TOWER CANBERRA 2600/ 12APR1983/[Tower]’ on 27c Canberra GPO PSE, unaddressed 1983 the May Festival illustrated cover with adhesive tied by The May Festival Camberwell cancel 1 May 1983, unaddressed. 1983 GPO Perth Diamond Jubilee illustrated cover with 30c Explorers set tied by Diamond Jubilee GPO Perth commemorative cancel of 26 SEPT 83, unaddressed. 1984 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 Inaugural Australia Games, Melbourne illustrated APO cover with silk cachet, franked with 30c Australia Day 1985 pair (First Day) and commemorative cancel of 25 Jan 1985. 1985 Centenary of District Nursing Services 33c cancelled with ‘Australian Council of/Community Nursing/Congress/13-15 March/{congress logo}/13MAR1985/MELBOURNE VIC. 3000’ on illustrated APO cover, unaddressed. 28th World Modern Pentathalon Championships pictorial ‘XXVIII WORLD MODERN/{sporting logos}/12AUGUST1985/ MELBOURNE/VIC 3000/PENTATHLON CHAMPIONSHIPS’ on 30c Olympics on illustrated APO cover, unaddressed. 1985 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers cancelled with ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/PRACTICE/DAY/[F1 car]/ADELAIDE STH. AUST. 5000/31OCT.1985’, also for 1-2 NOV & ‘AUSTRALIAN FORMULA 1/GRAND PRIX/[roo & checkered flag]/ADELAIDE SA 5000/3 NOV 1985’, 3rd Nov cover bears Stampex ‘86 overprint. 1986 STAMPEX illustrated cover with 3½d tied by Exhibition cancel in red 17 OCT 1955 then added 33c cancelled STAMPEX special cancel in green 4 AUG 1986, scarce combination Exhibition cover. 1986 Grand Prix set of 4 APO Grand Prix covers, for 23-26 Oct, each with a different pictographic cancel. 1986 Stamp & Coin Show set of three illustrated covers for the Sydney International Year of Peace Show with special cancels and show cinderella attached. (3) 1986 Richmond Bridge 5c Richmond Bridge & 33c Halley’s comet, cancelled with ‘AUSTRALIA POST/RICHMOND BRIDGE/CIRCA 1823/[bridge]/30NOV1986/RICHMOND TASMANIA 7025’, APM #12690, on 1986 St. Johns Church, Richmond illustrated cover. [Halley’s comet was visible when construction commenced on the Church] 1987 Cuppex 50c Cuppex tied to APO Platypus FDC by opening day cancel in green, Exhibition label in blue, unaddressed. 1987 Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens ‘PARKVILLE VIC 3052/THE/ROYAL MELBOURNE/ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS/ 6OCT1987/[butterfly]’ on illustrated 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 ‘88 set of 9 AP souvenir covers featuring native animals franked with 50c Sydpex88 echidna framas, cancelled with each of the 9 postmarks used, featuring the floral emblems of NSW (in green), Vic, NT, SA, WA, Tas, Qld & ACT (in red) plus the Commonwealth coat of arms. 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.

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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1990 75th Anniversary of Anzac ‘AUST. F.P.O./12AP90/4’ on 41c Anzac on commemorative cover. Cover #4 produced by the Army Museum. - ‘AUST. F.P.O./12AP90/4’ on 41c Anzac and 2nd 41c cancelled with ‘A.F.P.O.7/1/25APR1990/AUSTRALIA’ on commemorative limited edition cover signed by Lieut. General O’Donnell. Cover #5 produced by the Army Museum. - ‘AUST. F.P.O./12AP90/4’ on 41c Anzac and 2nd 41c cancelled with light ‘AUST. F.P.O./25AP90/7’, Turkish 1,000L also cancelled with special Anzac Day cds. Limited edition cover carried by HMS Tobruk to Gallipoli. 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 Brighton Philatelic Society 50th Anniv. illustrated cover with 45c Brighton Phil. Soc. Personalised Stamp with pictorial commemorative cancel 13 Aug 2000 Brighton, unaddressed. 2002 Encounter set of 17 covers with different cds cancelling 45c Ship P-Stamp 2002 Canberra Stamp Show 45c Racing Car with ‘PC/NZA’ perfin cancelled on first day of show. 2002 Encounter special Port Lincoln cancel on limited edition cover illustrated with the HMS Investigator. - special Port Lincoln cancel on limited edition cover illustrated with the Padua. 2002 the Great Australian Outback Cattle Drive special Maree cancel of 7JUN2002 on 45c P-Stamp on illustrated cover. 2002 Stamp Show Melbourne three covers each with a different 45c Fairy Tales with ‘PC/NZA’ perfin, cancelled on 5 OCT 2002. - two covers each with a different 45c Fairy Tales with ‘PC/NZA’ perfin, cancelled on 5 OCT 2002. - covers with 45c Fairy with ‘PC/NZA’ perfin, cancelled on 5 OCT 2002. 2003 Australian Open set of 14 covers with different daily cds. 2003 Rotary International Convention set of 5 covers cancelled on each day of the convention. 2004 50 Years of Stamp News specially oveprinted Australia 99 m/s on cover with Captain Cook portrait, signed by Bill Hornadge & Kevin Morgan. - specially oveprinted Australia 99 m/s on cover with Captain Flinders portrait, signed by Bill Hornadge & Kevin Morgan. 2004 Swan River Stamp Show set of 4 covers, one for each day of the show. 2007 Flying Surgeon Service Cunnamulla to Roma Rotary cover signed by range of people and variety of backstamp. - Charleville to Roma Rotary cover signed by range of people and variety of backstamp. 2007 Swan River Stamp Show two illustrated covers with Stamp Show P-Stamps, one cancelled in green on 20 Oct and the other in red on 21 Oct.

AUSTRALIA | Advertising Covers 765 *F A 4MK Mackay cover with 3½d beef cancelled with Mackay 14 APR 1953 slogan. 766 *F AAdelaide Drug Co. advice card franked with 1d green QE, 27 May 1937 Adelaide slogan cancel, for 11/6/37 appointment. 767 *F AAnchor Products Ltd, Adelaide advice card for Peas, Fruit, Puddings etc, franked with 5d Canberra (not cancelled), for 2 May 1963 appointment. 768 *F AAnderson Processed Foods Pty. Ltd. small logo on windowfaced 5c Envelope reduced along top edge, uncancelled with hinge remains and taped flap. Arnall & Jackson 4d Envelope for Printers and Manufacturing 769 *F AStationers, Brunswick, 19 Jun 1959 Melbourne slogan cancel, small tone spots. 770 *F B Atcherley Private Hotel, Brisbane. small logo on illustrated cover (on reverse), franked with 2d red KGV, 2 Feb 1937 Brisbane slogan cancel, tone spots and surface thinned on front. Australian Electrical Industries window-faced cover cancelled 771 *F A with 17 Nov 1960 meter. Australian Society of Accountants, Melbourne cover franked 772 *F A with 3d green QEII, 26 Mar 1954 Melbourne slogan cancel. 773 *F B Automobiles Pty. Ltd, Melbourne cover franked with 2d red KGV and 18 Sep 1933 Melbourne slogan cancel, adhesive ‘The New Continental is Coming etc’ on torn reverse. Bates KM Insurance small logo on window-faced 5d embossed 774 *F A Envelope cancelled with 13 Aug 1963 Melbourne slogan. Beaurepaire Tyre Service Pty. Ltd. cover for Cord and Balloon 775 *F A Tyre Specialists, Melbourne, franked with 2d red KGV and cancelled with 22 Aug 1930 Melbourne slogan. 776 *F A Berger Paints window-faced 6c Envelope, cancelled with 27 Nov 1970 Coburg, Victoria, slogan. BP cover for L.K. & D.M. Munn, Bulk Super Contractors, 777 *F AKybybolite, franked with 4c red QEII and cancelled with ‘KYBYBOLITE/24JY67/SOUTH-AUST’ (A2) cds, addressed to Melbourne. 778 *F A Briscoes Limited window-faced 5d Envelope for Wholesale Hardware & Iron Merchants, cancelled with 18 May 1962 Melbourne slogan. Brockhoff’s Biscuits small logo on window-faced 5d Envelope 779 *F Awith 20 Apr 1966 Melbourne slogan, tone spot and biro mark covered over with liquid paper. 780 *F A Builders & Allied Trades Association window-faced 5d embossed Envelope for Alan Cope Pty. Ltd, North Clayton, cancelled with 25 Jan 1963 Melbourne slogan.

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Bulk Buyers Ltd, Sydney advice card for Groceries, Crockery, Cigarettes etc, franked with 3d green KGVI, Victor Harbour Mar 1952 machine cancel, for 19 Mar 1952 appointment by company representative. Bulldogs 2000 cover with Bulldogs logo, cute doggie. Cadbury - Fry - Pascall Pty. Ltd, Tasmania advice Post Card with large illustration on back, franked with 3d green KGVI, 19 Jan 1952 Newcastle, N.S.W. slogan cancel, for 22 Jan 1952 appointment, faults including part missing of top edge. Canada Cycle & Motor Co, Melbourne window-faced cover franked with 3d green QEII and 26 Aug 1954 Melbourne slogan cancel. Chartres Pty Ltd cover with A Noiseless Remington Means a Quiet Office 1933 Melbourne meter cancel, toning along right edge. Cliff Allchurch Tyres & Batteries, Adelaide illustrated windowfaced cover for Tyres, Tubes, Retreads etc, 9 Jun 1977 Adelaide Paid slogan cancel in red (no stamp). Computatune Car Tuning, Airport West window-faced cover franked with 30c Butterfly, 4 Oct 1984 Preston MC slogan cancel. Criterion Hotel, Perth cover franked with 5d brown KGV and with 16 July 1938 Perth slogan cancel, Air Mail label attached. Demco Machinery Co., West Melbourne window-faced 6c Envelope, cancelled with 18 Jun 1971 Melbourne slogan. Dennys, Lascelles Limited 3½d QEII Envelope for Wool Brokers, Geelong, cancelled with 4 Jul 1956 Geelong slogan. Dulux, South Melbourne small logo on window-faced cover cancelled with 11 Dec 1962 Clayton, Victoria meter, staple mark. Dunlop Rubber Aust. Ltd. window-faced cover cancelled with 11 Apr 1963 Melbourne meter. Eldridge Electric Pty. Ltd. cover franked with 5c blue QEII, cancelled with Bathurst St, Hobart 11 Jul 1968 (B2) cancel, torn flap. Faulding Products, Adelaide illustrated advice card for Solyptol Soap, Antiseptic, franked with 1d green KGV, 20 Jan 1936 Adelaide slogan cancel, for 28 Jan 1936 appointment, slightly nibbled corner. Fler Pty. Ltd. small logo on window-faced 5d Envelope, cancelled with 16 Feb 1962 Melbourne slogan. Foggitt Jones Pty. Ltd. advice card for The House of Rex, cancelled with smudged 5 May 1941 Adelaide meter, for 26 May 1941 appointment. G.T. Harrison Shoes Ltd window-faced cover for Makers of Fine Footwear, franked with 6½d orange QEII and cancelled with ‘PARKSIDE/415P12JY57/SOUTH-AUST’ (A2) cds, Air Mail label attached. GAM, Melbourne small logo on window-faced 5c Envelope, cancelled with 21 Mar 1968 Melbourne slogan. Goode Durrant & Murray Ltd. advice card blotter, franked with 1d green QE, ‘PT. LINCOLN/6P-4DE39/S.A’ (A2) cancel, for 13 Dec 1939 appointment, small tone on back but unused as a blotter. Greer & Ashburner Pty. Ltd, Melbourne window-faced 3d Envelope, cancelled with 25 J?n 1956 Melbourne slogan. Gregory, Ellis Ltd, Adelaide advice card for Importers and Wholesale Distributors, franked with 1d green QE, Adelaide 2 May 1938 slogan cancel, for 27 May 1938 appointment. H.H. Tandy Ltd, Adelaide advice card for Chocolate and Confectionery Manufacturers, franked with 1d green QE, 6 Oct 1938 Adelaide slogan cancel, for 12 Oct 1938 appointment, toned edges. H.R. James & Co, Adelaide advice card for Manufacturers of Gift Novelties, faults. H.R. James & Co., Adelaide advice card for Mother Day Gifts, Mulgaware, Souvenirs etc, franked with 1d green QE, Adelaide Jan 1941 machine cancel, for 5th February appointment, creased. Halvorsen 2001 window cover with Ship’s Wheel. Harris, Scarfe Ltd. window-faced 3d Envelope for Timber - For all your Building Needs, cancelled with 4 Sep 1956 Adelaide slogan. Harris, Scarfe, Ltd, Adelaide advice card blotter for Crompton Coiled Coil Electric Lamps, franked with 1d green QE, 2 May 1938 Pt. Lincoln cds, lightly used as a blotter. Healing (Sales) Pty. Ltd. small logo on window-faced cover cancelled with 21 Dec 1963 Melbourne meter. Henry Berry & Co. Pty. Ltd. advice card for Quality Goods, franked with 1d green KGV, 8 Jun 1936 Adelaide slogan cancel, for 17 June 1936 appointment, small faults. Henselite Bowls small logo on window-faced 5d Envelope, cancelled with 8 Dec 1964 North Melbourne slogan. Iceberg Butter window-faced 5d Envelope with small logo, cancelled with 8 Jly 1965 Melbourne slogan. Indent Tile Pty Ltd window-faced cover Wall and floor tiles etc with small bathroom logo, with 18 Jan 1960 Castlereagh St, Sydney meter cancel. J. Gadsden Pty. Ltd, West Melbourne small logo on cover for Hessian Bags, Tents, Tin Plate Printers etc, franked with 2d red KGV, 14 Jly 1931 Melbourne slogan cancel. J.J.C. Pearce Ltd, Adelaide advice card with small logo for Warehousemen and Manufacturers, 12 Oct 1935 appointment, corner crease. J.M.Siggins & Son Estate Agents cover with office addresses and insurance agencies available, franked with 2d red KGV and cancelled 12 NOV 1931 Melbourne slogan, toning.

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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 816 *F A

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J.R. Alexander & Sons Ltd, Nth Adelaide illustrated advice card for Supreem Shoe Polish, Fly Spray etc, franked with 1d green QE, illegible machine cancel, for 4 Aug 1939 representative appointment. Jamberoo 2002 cover with waterslide logo. Julian Haye cover with small logo and listings of products (blouses, knitwear and sportswear), a window-faced envelope with 31 MAY 1963 Sydney meter cancel. Julius Cohn, Leigh St, Adelaide illustrated advice card for suppliers of Boots, Bags, Saddles etc, franked with 1½d brown KGV, Adelaide 18 Nov 1922 machine cancel. K 2 Baseball 2002 cover with logo. Kennedy & Courtney cover for Public Accountants, Melbourne, franked with 3d green QEII, 10 May 1954 Melbourne slogan. Kingsgrove Sport Centre c.2000 cover with crown logo. L. K. Smith Pty. Ltd. window-faced 5c Envelope for Manufacturing Engineers, Mt. Waverley, cancelled with 8 Dec 1967 Mt. Waverley slogan. Laubman & Pank Ltd, Adelaide advice card for Certified Opticians, franked with 1d AIF, 5 Oct 1940 Adelaide slogan cancel, pencil notes on front. Lever Brothers Pty. Ltd. advice card for Soap, Toothpaste, Buttermilk etc, franked with 1d AIF, 25 Oct 1940 Pt. Pirie cds, for 4 Nov 1940 appointment. Lion Groceries illustrated advice card for Coffee, Baking Powder, Honey, Raisins etc, franked with 1d green QE private perfin, illegible cds, sent by distributor D & J. Fowler, Adelaide for 12 Feb 1940 appointment. McIlwraith small logo Build Better with Baths, Basins, Taps on window-faced 4c QEII Envelope, cancelled with 1 Sep 1967 Richmond North slogan. Metters Limited ‘Its modern Its Metters, Alexandria’ windowfaced envelope with 30 MAY 1963 Alexandria, N.S.W. meter cancel. Mobiloil multi-coloured illustrated blotter Thanks for Buying Petrol, lightly used, light bend. Moffat-Virtue Ltd. window-faced 3½d Envelope for Engineers, Manufacturers etc, cancelled with 28 Sep 1958 Waterloo cds, light toning. Monier Besser Ltd window-faced illustrated cover Shadowal Block Patterns, franked with 5d Commonwealth Games and with 18 Dec 1962 Melbourne slogan cancel. Moulded Products window-faced cover with Nylex - The Plastic Hose 21 May 1962 Fairfield, N.S.W. meter cancel. National Health Week unused illustrated blotter Advance Australia’s Health, corner bend. Nestle and Anglo-Swiss Condensed Milk Co. Ltd. advice card for Milk products, Cheese, Chocolates etc, franked with 1d green QE, 18 Sep 1939 Adelaide slogan cancel, for 26 Sep 1939 appointment. Onkaparinga Woollen Company window-faced 5d Envelope for Rugs, Blankets etc, cancelled with 23 Aug 1965 Adelaide slogan. P.A. James Ltd cover for Timber Merchants, Epping, franked with 2d Vic Centenary and with 29 Sep 1934 Epping cds (A2), typed company letter included. Payne and Zerbe cover for Chartered Accountants, Melbourne, franked with 3d green QEII, 26 Mar 1954 slogan cancel. Persil small logo on window-faced 3d QEII Envelope, cancelled with 19 Nov 1953 Melbourne slogan. Polly Petrols illustrated blotter for Super Plume & Plume, unused as a blotter but large crease. Protestant Alliance Friendly Society of Aust. small logo on cover for Grand Council of New South Wales, franked with 2d red KGV and cancelled with 16 Dec 1931 Sydney slogan. R.G. Grant & Co. Pty. Ltd., Melbourne illustrated blotter for Akbar, Motor Spirit and Power Kerosene etc with January 1929 calender month, lightly toned on back but unused as a blotter. Radio Australia, Melbourne illustrated Air Mail card ‘Greetings from Radio Australia’ pre-printed on reverse in Japanese, franked with 6d Anteater, 11 Aug 1964 Melbourne slogan cancel, sent to Indonesia, endorsed “Return to Sender, Australia”. - Air Mail card pre-printed on reverse in Indonesian, franked with 6d Anteater and undated machine cancel, sent to Indonesia, magenta ‘RETURN/TO/SENDER/D.L.O. MELB’ pointed-finger. Reid Bros, Sawmillers, Yarra Junction cover franked with 5d blue QEII and 25 Jan 1963 Melbourne slogan cancel. Replacement Parts (N.S.W) Pty. Ltd. cover with Genuine Repco Products small logo on reverse, 13 Dec 1961 Sydney meter cancel. Revenue Section PMG Dept, Hobart stampless window-faced OHMS cover, 14 Sep 1971 Hobart slogan cancel. Reverso Carpet Works Pty. Ltd, Sth. Yarra illustrated Post Card for Carpet Cleaning, Repairing & New Carpets, franked with 1d green KGV, 2 Dec 1932 Melbourne slogan cancel, faults. Rigby Ltd, Adelaide advice card for Booksellers, franked with 1d green QE, slogan cancel, sent 14/4/38 - endorsed ‘Second Class Matter’. Robertson and Mullens Ltd cover listing availability of stationery, pens and pencils, franked with 1d green KGV and cancelled with 7 June 1931 Melbourne slogan. Rocla Pipes Pty. Ltd, Springvale 5d embossed Envelope, cancelled with 7 Feb 1963 Springvale, Victoria slogan. Rosendorff’s cover for Radio, musical instruments etc franked with 2d red KGV and with 20 May 1932 Brisbane slogan cancel, addressed to Victoria.

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Rydge’s small logo on window-faced cover for The Business Man’s Bible, Sydney, cancelled with 10 Feb 1936 Sydney 1d ‘286’ meter. S. Smith & Sons Ltd. window-faced cover for Smith’s Alarm cancelled with 16 Oct 1963 Guildford, N.S.W. meter. S.A. Fruitgrowers Co-Op. Soc. Ltd, Sth. Aust. advice card for Gardener Brand Products - Jams, Sauce, Pickles etc, franked with 1d green KGV, 29 Oct 1937 Adelaide slogan cancel, for 10/11/37 appointment, small faults. Sale Marine & Caravans Pty Ltd 2003 cover with sailboat logo. Sanmetto illustrated blotter for Kidney, Bladder and Urethral Ailments, used. Sidney Cooke Ltd. window-faced 5c Envelope for Graphic Art Supplies, cancelled with 29 Oct 1969 Melbourne slogan. Slazengers Aust Pty. Ltd. window-faced 3d Envelope, 28 Jly 1955 Melbourne slogan cancel, typed addressed. Slazengers Pty. Ltd. window-faced 3½d Envelope, cancelled with 22 Jly 1959 Melbourne slogan. Smith & Walton Aust. Pty. Ltd. small logo on window-faced 5d embossed QEII Envelope, cancelled with 14 Aug 19?? Footscray West slogan. Smith & Walton Pty. Ltd. window-faced 5d Envelope with small logo, 2 Mar 1961 Melbourne slogan cancel. Spicers & Detmold Ltd, Adelaide advice card for Paper Makers, Wholesale Manufacturing Stationers, for 29 Mar 1939 appointment. Star Hotel, Corowa cover franked with 2½d Shortland and cancelled with 8 Sep 1947 Prahran machine cancel. Sydney Paragon Panthers 2000 Panther’s logo cover with logo of Kings Packard Bell, minor tear RHS. Tailored Marine Accessories Pty Ltd 2001 cover with great marlin fish logo. Telephone Accounts, PMG Dept. stampless window-faced OHMS cover, 18 Feb 1969 Hobart slogan cancel. Tennis SA 2002 cover with logo. The Equitable, Probate & General Insurance Comp. Ltd. window-faced cover cancelled with 11 Sep 1953 Melbourne meter. The Myer Emporium Ltd. window-faced 5d Envelope For Value and Friendly Service, cancelled with 4 Jun 1960 Melbourne slogan, lightly soiled. The Ruskin Press cover with small logo for commercial printers of Russell Street, Melbourne, franked with 1d green KGV and 14 APR 1932 slogan cancel. The United Insurance Co. Ltd. cover for Fire, Marine & Accident Insurances, cancelled with 30 Nov 1959 Melbourne meter, small logo on back. Thorne & Dean Auto Electrical Service, Hawthorn small logo on window-faced 5d Envelope, 12 Jan 1963 Melbourne slogan cancel. Tontine, Nonwoven Product small logo on window-faced 5c Envelope, cancelled with 17 Apr 1968 Coburg, Victoria, slogan. Trans-Australia Airlines, Melbourne window-faced cover cancelled with 29 Apr 1958 Melbourne meter, small logo on back. Tuck’s Asbestos Products Pty. Ltd. window-faced 7c Envelope, cancelled with 5 Mar 1974 Melbourne slogan. Union White Flash multi-coloured blotter Super Charged - New Formula, New Performance, lightly used. Victorian Automobile Chamber of Commerce Insurance Co. Ltd. cover cancelled with 13 Dec 1962 Melbourne meter. - window-faced 5d embossed Envelope, cancelled with 8 Aug 196? Melbourne slogan. VMX Vintage Motorcross 2002 cover with motorbike in logo. West Racing Motor Development 2000 cover with racing car logo. Willian Adams Tractors Pty. Ltd. cover with 1 Feb 1963 Oakleigh, Victoria meter cancel.

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AUSTRALIA | Postal History 1909 use of NSW 1d, 2½d & 1/- pair (2/3½d = 11th weight step), 882 *F Acancelled with ‘RAILWAY STATION/FE9/7.5PM/09/SYDNEY’ (B2), on long printed cover to France, double-circle ‘ME[L]BOURNE/PM/1 30/10·2·09/24’ (A2) backstamp. $80 1912 use of Tas 5d & SA 2½d pair on cover from Sydney to early 883 *F Aphilatelist “Arthur M Whiting, Windsor Vic” with orange & black N1 registration label. [10d = 3d reg + 7d 3-3½oz] $50 884 *F A1913 use of 1d Roo, Sydney 20 Aug 1913 machine cancel, on illustrated Souvenir Folding Post Card ‘Views of Sydney’ Series 2 produced by Star Photo. Co. Sydney containing 22 multicoloured views, toned areas mainly on exterior, views in excellent condition. $30 1916 stampless cover with violet ‘O.H.M.S/War Census Call to 885 * AArms’ handstamp, two boxed ‘NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIERS/ST KILDA’ handstamp, ‘ST KILDA/93015MR16/VIC’ (WWW 100) and magenta ‘RETURNED TO SENDER’ pointed finger on face of Town Clerk’s Office, St. Kilda cover and ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/24MR16/MELBOURNE’ in red on back. [Cover would have contained a census form, and hence was sent postage free. The census was taken prior to the Conscription Referendum.] $120 886 *F A 1923 use of 1½d green KGV Single Wmk tied to cover to Wonthaggi by Melbourne machine cancel 22OC 1923. $25 1925 use of 1d green, cancelled with Melbourne machine of 887 *F B 12MR 1925, on Cremation Society of Victoria cover to Kew, backflap missing, slightly reduced at top. $8


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 AUSTRALIA | Flight Covers 1929 use of 3d green airmail Type B & 1½d WA Centenary 917 * A franking airmail cover, cancelled with ‘PERTH. W.A./OCT5/4PM/ 1927 Normanton - Cloncurry 1½d Canberra strip of 3 1929’ (B1) machine, to Fullarton Estate, SA. cancelled with ‘NORMANTON/8JUL27/QUEENSLAND’ on $30 Davis Bros cover. Sent on 2nd flight and signed by Postmaster. 1931 use of 3d blue KGV machine cancelled Melbourne $12 24NO31, addressed to Samoa and re-directed to Philadelphia, 1930 Hall’s Creek - Broome Registered cover with adhesives 918 *F A USA. cancelled by fine Hall’s Creek cds 14JL 30, scarce intermediate $40 flight AAMC 165a. 1932 use of 5d brown KGV Small Multi P13½x12½, cancelled $90 with ‘PERTH/13JAN/1932/1245AM/W.A.’ (A1) machine, on “Per 1930 Geraldton - Wyndham Registered cover with adhesives 919 *F A Aerial Mail” endorsed cover to Yalbago Station, via Carnarvon. tied by Geraldton cds 9 JL 30 and backstamped Wyndham 14 $40 Jul 30, fine Intermediate flight AAMC 165a. $85 - 2d red KGV on cover (part of flap missing) cancelled with 920 *F A Launceston machine cancel 6DEC1932 and violet illustrated 1930 Carnarvon - Wyndham Registered cover with adhesives (racing pigs) ‘I am off to/A.L.Mulligans/Busy Store/Campbell tied by Carnarvon cds 9 JUL 30 and backstamped Wyndham 14 Town’ advertising handstamp (front and back). JUL 30, fine Intermediate flight AAMC 165a. $50 $85 1933 (Nov 27) use of ½d orange & 1½d red KGV both perf ‘OS’ 1931 England - Australia cover with English adhesives tied by 921 *F A on OHMS window envelope from Federal Deputy Commissioner London canc 2AP/31 and backstamped Melbourne 29APR/ of Taxation, Hobart. 1931, AAMC #187. $20 $30 1931 Francis C Chichester envelope addressed to Nagasaki, 1933 OHMS Registered long envelope to Melbourne with 5d 922 * A picked up from Thursday Island postmarked July 7, backstamp brown KGV perf ‘OS’ tied by Perth cds 31 Mar 33 with boxed transit Manila machine slogan. Japan arrival backstamp ‘NOT KNOWN BY/POSTMEN/MELBOURNE’ and alongside Chichester signature attesting to this being ‘7 of only ‘UNCLAIMED’ handstamps in black, backstamped Dead Letter 145 carried. . .’ and noting the abandonment of his flight due to Office Melbourne 21 AP 33. $100 ‘total wreck there of my plane’. AAMC #210, Cat $525. $350 1934 (Apr 4) use of ½d orange & 1½d red KGV both perf ‘OS’ 923 *F B on OHMS window envelope from Federal Deputy Commissioner 1931 Australia - England 6d grey-brown air service opt ‘OS’ x2 of Taxation, Hobart. (Cat $250 on cover) with 2d scarlet KGV on plain cover bearing $20 boxed ‘SPECIAL/AIR MAIL FLIGHT/NOV/1931/AUSTRALIA1936 use of 5d KGV, cancelled with ‘AIR MAIL HOBART/3ENGLAND’ (A1-) in purple, AAMC #222, cancelled with ‘SHIP P20AP36/TAS.’ (A1) on long pre-addressed air cover to Sydney, MAIL ROOM/330PM19NO31/MELBOURNE’ (A1), 3rd day of folded. $15 issue for the 6d OS, addressed to England, flap missing, vertical - use of 3d Vic Centenary on 5d Registration Envelope, crease. $120 cancelled with ‘MULLUMBIMBY/14MR35/=N.S.W= (B1), to 1934 Melbourne - Portland Autogiro Post Card with cachet at 924 *F A Byron Bay. [2d postage + 3d registration + 3d £2 extra left and numbered AAMC 461. $50 compensation = 8d.] $40 925 *F A 1937 use of 2d red KGVI on Mount Gambier Celebrations cover 1934 England - Australia cover with adhesives canceled by for the SA Centenary, cancelled with light Kingston of 31MY37, Surrey cds 7 DEC 34 and backstamped Sydney 21 DEC 1934 non-postal markings on face. AAMC 469. $20 $20 926 *F A 1940 Australia - New Zealand long illustrated Tasman Empire 1938 use of 1d green QE Die I, cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/ Airways cover for flying boat service, cancelled Melbourne 430PM/4 18MAY 4/1938/S.A. - SEND A TELEGRAM’ (A1-), on 1MY40, AAMC #900, Cat $100. Queensland Insurance Co cover to Prospect, SA. $55 $5 1946 Australian National Airways (Sep 15) 7d KGVI Air Letter 927 * A - use of 5d KGV, cancelled with ‘SHIP MAIL ROOM/545P with printed ‘TRANS-PACIFIC AIR SERVICE/AUSTRALIA3AU38/MELBOURNE’ (B1), on plain cover by airmail to London, CANADA’ in blue, flight cachet in violet, Vancouver arrival GB. [5d Airmail rate to British Empire valid from 1st Aug 1938 to backstamp, AAMC #1066a, Cat $400. Only 100 flown. AAMC September 1939] $50 #1066a, Cat $400. $250 - use of advertising envelope with advert at lower left for ‘The 928 *F A 1956 Greece - Australia illustrated Qantas Olympic Torch Flight Song Sensation of the Year! Little Lady Make Believe’ with 1d cover, AAMC #1362, Olympic Main Stadium backstamp, QM tied by Sydney machine cancel 29 OCT 1938. $30 addressed to NSW. $20 1939 use of 3d, 6d large kooka & 1/- small lyrebird on air cover 1958 Qantas Round the World illustrated cover with Qantas 2/929 *F A to France. $40 pair tied by Sydney cds 14JA58 and purple cachet at lower left, 1939 Advertising Cover with advert for America’s Current AAMC #1386. $10 Musical Hit ‘They Say’ used in 1939. $35 930 * A 1958 1st Tasman Crossing Anniversary By TEAL boomerang 1941 use of 2½d surcharge KGVI cancelled by Melbourne special folded card, AAMC #1395a. $8 machine of 17DEC1941 & bearing ‘LYTTELTON/16JA42931 * A 1959 Australia - USA Illustrated Qantas Boeing 707 cover with 7PM/N.Z’ arrival, incorrectly endorsed “1st Day Cover”. $4 Commerative postmark, AAMC #1406. $8 1942 (Dec 2) censored cover to Scotland franked with KGVI 932 * A1959 Fiji - Honolulu Illustrated Qantas Boeing 707 cover, AAMC 2½d tied by Melbourne cds, censor tape and cachet, gummed #1407a, intermediate. brown paper affixed at left and handstruck ‘ACCIDENTALLY $15 DAMAGED BY/STAMP CANCELLING MACHINE’ applied, 1959 Auckland - Sydney illustrated Teal cover AAMC 1416. 933 *F A $10 wrinkling as to be expected. Most unusual. 1960 Christchurch - Melbourne illustrated Teal cover AAMC $120 934 *F A 1943 ‘PAID SYDNEY/3D-7JY43/REGISTERED’ in red on 1428. $10 Deputy Director, Rationing Commission OHMS cover (damaged 1964 Melbourne-Sydney 50th Anniversary illustrated flight 935 *F A at base, roughly opened) with blue registration label and cover with 5d & 2/3d Air Mail tied by Melbourne cds with special rectangle cachet ‘RATIONING PAPERS ONLY - POST FREE’ cachet in violet and special vignette, AAMC #1522. $15 (A1-) in violet. $20 936 F A 1967 Papua New Guinea - Hong Kong Qantas illustrated cover 1946 use of QE 1d pair on 5½d Registration Envelope, with adhesive tied by Boroko special cancel 14 Sept 1967 AAMC cancelled with ‘SOUTH GUNDAGAI/21DE46/N.S.W’ (B1), blue 1608. $15 provisional registration label. [7½d = 3d reg + 4½d 1-2ozs] $40 937 F A 1967 Phiippines - Papua New Guinea illustrated Qantas cover 1947 use of 5d & 1/4d on air cover to England, cancelled with with adhesives tied by Manila cds 15SEP 1967 AAMC 1609. $15 light ‘NUNAW[ADING]/1JY47/VIC-AUST’ (A2-) with blue 938 F A 1967 Hong Kong - Papua New Guinea Illustrated Qantas cover registration label. with adhesives tied by Hong Kong cds 15SP67 AAMC 1610. $70 $15 - use of 5½d green Newcastle, cancelled with ‘BRISBANE/ 939 *F A 1976 New Hebrides - Melbourne illustrated 50th Anniversary QLD.AUST./10/7PM/29NOV/1947/10/AIR MAIL’ (A1) on plain air flight with New Hebrides adhesives tied by Port Vila cds 4 10 76 cover to South Payneham, SA, small toned spot at TRC, clear of with various cachets, vignette and Pilot’s signature handstamps stamp. $15 on reverse Intermediate flight AAMC #1800b. $25 1948 cover with 2½d only, cancelled with ‘TUMBLONG/ 940 *F A 1981 Australia - England illustrated cover 50th Anniversary o 28JA48/N.S.W’ (C1), mss “OR/N 28” (Officially Registered Flight with special postmarks. $10 presumably the letter contained cash), opened-out, a bit tatty. $40 941 *F A - illustrated cover 50th Anniversary Flight with special Maylands - use of 3½d blue Newcastle & 2d purple KGVI, cancelled with postmark. $20 ‘BRISBANE/QLD.AUST./10/6PM/9APR/1948/10/AIR MAIL’ (B1) 942 F A 1981 Albury - Wodonga 22c Chichester PSE with additional machine on air cover to South Payneham, SA. $15 adhesives tied by special cancel The Golden Anniversary of the 1949 (Dec 4) airmail from Sydney to Germany with 6 stamps DH82 Tiger Moth AAMC 1914. $10 totalling 1/7d. $15 943 F A 1981 France - Australia 22c Chichester PSE with special 1950 (Aug 28) Busselton local cover, with invalid use of WA 1d cancel Airbus Delivery Flight Via Perth Toulouse- Melbourne 13 Stamp Duty, hexagonal ‘T’ handstamp and mss. “5d” markings July 1981 AAMC 1917. $10 on face, Dues 1938 ½d block of 4 and 1946 1d block of 3 on 944 F A 1981 Melbourne - Sydney illustrated TAA Airbus cover with reverse all tied by Busselton cds. $150 adhesive tied by special cancel Inaugural Airbus Flight 1955 use of 9d platypus & 1d violet QEII, cancelled with ‘MIL Melbourne - Sydney 22 JULY 1981 AANC 1918. $10 P.O. WOODSIDE/29SE55/SOUTH-AUST’ (A2) & bearing 945 F A 1981 Sydney - Brisbane illustrated TAA Airbus cover with ‘Woodside Camp’ blue C6 registration label on registered cover adhesive tied by Special cancel First Scheduled Airbus Service to South Payneham, SA, with circular ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE Sydney - Brisbane - Sydney 7September 1981 AAMC 1926. $15 ARMY/CONCESSION/508/POSTAGE RATE’ (A1) in purple. $60 1982 Southern Cross Air Race set of 6 Rotary covers for 946 * A 1957 use of 1/7d Registration Envelope cancelled with ‘G.P.O. different planes signed by pilots, AAMC #1963. $40 SYDNEY/R.S./P28OC57/C/N.S.W-AUST’ & matching ‘C’ label . $10 - set of 6 Rotary covers for different planes signed by pilots, plus 947 * A 1965 use of 2/5d Banksia & 1/- PNG Health Services on Cycle race brochure, AAMC #1963. $50 Express Service, Stamp Show 1964 cover, cancelled with 2009 1st Qantas A380 Sydney - London Cddstamps cover 948 * A 2MR65 ‘QUEEN VICTORIA BUILDINGS/ /N.S.W-AUST’ (B2, better illustrated with jet & London Eye, #3 of 10. $30 backstamp), blue registration and Air Mail labels, addressed to 949 * A - Cddstamps cover illustrated with Qantas jet, #14 of 25. $20 Port Moresby, PNG. $50 1991 Stampex Awards Dinner Menu with adhesive on reverse tied by Stampex 91 Triangle cancel 12 OC 91. $20


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 AUSTRALIA | WWI Military Postmarks 950 * B A1- A.I.F. Camp P.O. double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP. P.O/A/20SP/17/7’ (Sutton Veny?, Wilts, UK) on black & white PPC of ‘Durrington, Salisbury Plain’, to Bayswater, WA, some toning. [NS by Proud] 951 * A- A1- - double-circle ‘A.I.F. CAMP P.O/+/12NO/18/17’ (Weymouth, Littlemoor Camp, Dorset), on plain OAS cover to Second Valley, SA, with letter included. 952 * B B2 English Camps framed ‘[WOR]GRET CAMP/*/28AP/17/ POOLE’ on GB 1d red on plain wrapper to Mildura, Victoria. 953 D A B2 - skeleton ‘HARD[COTT] CAMP/3.PM/8MR18/SALISBURY’ (sic - error for Hurdcott) on GB 1d red. 954 * A- A3 Field Post Office double-circle ‘[FIELD] POST OFFICE/A/ AP23/18/190’ (La Houssoye?, France) on stampless OAS cover to South Australia, magenta boxed ‘[crown]/PASSED/BY/ CENSOR/No./1183’ (A1) on face. AUSTRALIA | Military - World War II Period 1940s use of stampless YMCA cover with straight-line 955 *F B ‘H.M.TRANSPORT’ (A1) in purple, to Port Pirie, SA, roughly opened at top. 956 * A1945 India 2a & 6a on air cover from F/Sgt L Candy, serving with the RAF in India, to Melbourne. AUSTRALIA | WWII Military Postmarks 1st Bge. H.Q.P.O. ‘1ST/BGE. H.G.P.O./5FE41/P.1.’ (Kilo 89 957 * 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] 958 * 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] 959 * 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] 960 * 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. 961 * 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] 962 * A B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./19JE45/NO.21.’ (Aitape, NG), Proud# D2 on 3d brown KGVI, with violet ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/781’ on face. 963 * A- ‘A.I.F. FIELD. P.O./6JA43/29.’ (Mingenew, WA, ERD), cancelling 1d red-brown QE x4, on registered cover with boxed FPO 29 Registration handstamp in purple (B2), to Sydney, also bearing light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ PASSED BY CENSOR/690’ (A1-), backstamped with poor WA transit, some edge wear. [Rated 80 by Proud] 964 * A B1 - ‘A.I.F. FIELD P.O./15SE44/54.’ (Kairi, Qld) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tasmania, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/83’ (C1) in purple. [Rated 15 by Proud] 965 * B B2- Air Force P.O. 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] 966 * A A1 Army Post Office ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/16MR45/066.’ (Winnellie APO, NT) on 4d Koala on Tatts cover, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/855’ (B1) in purple. 967 * A B1 Aust Army P.O. light ‘AUST ARMY P.O./10MY45/197.’ (Morotai, DEI), on 3d brown KGVI, on air cover to Melbourne, Vic, with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORC[ES]/PASSED BY CENSO[R]/553’ (B2). [Rated 100 by Proud] 968 * A A2 - ‘AUST ARMY P.O./10SE44/230.’ (Darwin APO, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Moonee Ponds, Vic, with light boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ 2749’ (B1) in purple. 969 * A- A1- Aust Base P.O. ‘NO.8. AUST BASE. P.O./27AP50/C’ (Kure, Japan) on 3d brown KGVI, on cover to Campbelltown, Aust, some light toning. 970 * A A1- Aust F.P.O. ‘AUST F.P.O./21OC44/170.’ (Barrine, Qld) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to the Second Aust. Army, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/IMPERIAL FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/ ??5’ (B1) in purple & circular ‘1/AFCC’ (A1) in purple. 971 * B- B1- - ‘AUST F.P.O./6FE44/189.’ (Darwin, NT) on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Sydney, with light AMF Censor handstamp, some edge wear & toning. 972 * A A2 Aust Unit Postal Stn ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/28SE45/412’ (Marooka, Qld) on 4d Koala on Salvation Army air cover to Perth, WA, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/ [P]ASSED BY CENSOR/3208’ (A2), letter included. [NS by Proud] 973 * A- A1 - ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/6NO44/415’ (Brisbane, Qld), arrival backstamp on air cover from Adelaide, SA, franked with 3½d blue KGVI & ½d Roo, small closed tear at top.

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- ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN/29JY45/432’ (A1- backstamp, Atherton, Qld) on 6d Kookaburra & 1d purple-brown QE on Australian Technical Schools cover, with boxed ‘AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/Reg’d No. __’ (B1) in purple & boxed ‘ARMY POSTAL/CONCESSION RATE’ (A1) in purple, some light toning, small closed tear on front. 975 * A A1 Base P.O. ‘BASE P.O./6JE42/B.W.I.’ (Barbera, Palestine), on stampless YMCA cover to Manly, NSW, with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./2135’ (A1-). [Rated 200 by Proud] 976 * A- A1- Div. Supply H.Q.P.O. ‘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] 977 * A D1 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. 978 * A B1 Field Post Office ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/10FE45/035’ (Wondecla, Qld) on 4d Koala & 3d brown KGVI on cover to Tatts with boxed ‘R/AUST ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/F.P.O. No”35”/ NO_’ (A1-) in purple & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4163’ (B1) in purple. 979 * A A1 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/26FE45/038.’ (Ravenshoe, Qld) on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL/FORCE/PASSED BY CENSOR/113’ (A1-) in blue. 980 * B A1 - ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/15FE45/038.’ (Ravenshoe, Qld) on 4d Koala & 3d brown KGVI on air cover to Tatts, with unframed ‘Aust. Army Postal Service/FPO/REG. No.’ (B1) handstamp in purple & boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/3576’ (A1-) in purple, creased & water damaged, small closed tear at right. 981 * A B1 - ‘AUST F.P.O./19OC44/174.’ (Kairi, Qld) on 3d brown & 1d purple-brown, on ACF cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUST. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES/”FPO 174”/Reg’d No. _’ (A1). 982 D A A2 R.A.F. Base P.O. violet ‘[R.A.F.] BASE P.O./[CEY]LON’ on 3d blue KGVI strip od 3. 983 * A- C1 R.A.N. Post Office ‘R.A.N. POST OFFICE/8JE56/NUMBER 3.’ on 4d Koala on air cover to Tatts with straight-line ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A2-). 984 * A- B1 Unit Postal Station ‘UNIT POSTAL/18MAR1943/STATION E.L.C. 18’ (Wallangarra, Qld - 1st Tank Workshops, 40x27mm type unlisted in Proud) on 1d purple-brown QE on YMCA cover to Morningside, Qld, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/3061, some light toning. [Rated 100+ by Proud] 985 * A- B2 - double-oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/19MAY1944/N24’ (2nd Recon. BN, NT) on 4d Koala on air cover to Potts Point, NSW, with poor censor handstamp, light creasing & a small toned spot. [Rated 100 by Proud] 986 * A B1- - double-oval ‘UNIT POSTAL STATION/18NOV1943/S.194’ (103 Tank A/T Regt, NT) in purple on 4d Koala on ACF air cover to Tatts with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/4?2’ (B1) in purple. [Rated 100 by Proud] 987 * A A1 - boxed ‘UNIT POSTAL/15NOV1944/STATION Z.13’ (II Corps Tps Sup Coy, Toogoolawah, Qld) on 1d purple-brown QE on cover to Aylesbury, Bucks, England, with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/ MILITARY FORCES/PASSED BY CENSOR/237’ (B2) in purple & circled ‘I’ (B2).

AUSTRALIA | Military - Vietnam War Period 988 F A 1971 Usage of illustrated Australia Force Vietnam Air Mail envelope to Australia from Digger in 110 Signal Squadron. $30

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AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Datestamps 989 * A A1 Canberra (2): ‘CANBERRA/28JAN1983/ACT 2600’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 27c Pink Heath PSE. Renamed from Acton PO 2/6/ 990 D A A1 991 * A A1992 * A-

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Canberra (3): ‘G.P.O. CANBERRA/27OCT1987/A.C.T. 2601’, on 10c and 01c Frama. PO 12/4/1983. Hawker: 2 strikes of 30mm ‘HAWKER/LPO/15MAR2008/ACT 2614’ on 50c on unaddressed cover. PO 27/6/1977. 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 (2): ‘NARRBUNDAH/26MR85/A.C.T.-AUST’, on 33c. Renamed from Narrabundah East PO 1/8/1960. 994 * A A1+ Parliament House: 3 strikes of ‘PARL’MT HOUSE CANBERRA/ 12MY54/A.C.T’ on ½d Roo, 1d purple QEII & 7½d Royal Visit on 3½d Envelope with blue registration label (toning), to New Zealand, adhesive remainder on back. PO 19/9/1927. 995 D A A1 Tharwa: ‘THARWA/-7JA85/A.C.T.-AUST’ (year & decade inverted) on 40c Frama. PO 17/9/1894. 996 * A A1 Tuggeranong: ‘TUGGERANONG/1230P14DE87/1/ACT 2900’ opening day of new building on 37c Platypus PSE, unaddressed. 997 D A B1

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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate II No Wmk Bluish Medium to Thick Wove Paper 2d indigo 4-margins (1 touching) [Pos 11], SG #61, Cat £90. 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate II - Van Dyke Reprints 2d blue [Pos 11] on thick hard paper. 1852 Imperf Laureates No Wmk Thick Blue Wove Paper emerald-green vertical pair [Pos 8,18] 3-margins, SG #69, Cat £500. 1852-53 Imperf Laureates Plate I No Wmk Medium Bluish Grey Wove Paper 6d grey-brown 4 close or touching margins, SG #76, Cat £250. 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. 1854 Imperf Laureates Wmk Double-Lined Numerals 1d redorange, 4 even margins, SG #82, Cat £28. 1854-59 Imperf Large Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d deep slate, SG #89, Cat £35, 4 good margins. - 6d fawn four good margins Wmk 6 inverted SG 93. - 1/- rosy vermilion wmk 8, 4 large margins, SG #99a, Cat £180, minor paper faults. 1856-59 Imperf Registered No Wmk Yellowish Paper (6d) salmon & indigo 3-margins (top just cut-into), SG #103, Cat £190, with indigo diagonal line joining base of O of SOUTH & vertical salmon lines below oval, thinned. 1856-60 Imperf Small Diadems Recess Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 2d blue plate I, SG #112, Cat £13, 4-margins (close to large). - 3d yellow-green 3½-margins, SG #115, Cat £80, on small piece. - 3d yellow-green, four close margins, SG #115, Cat £80. 1860-63 Registered Wmk Double-Lined 6 Perf 13 (6d) rosered & indigo 4-margins (close or touching), SG #126, Cat £29. 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 12 1/rose-carmine, SG #153, Cat £48. 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 13 1/rose carmine with large pre-printing paper fold SG 168. 1861-88 Coin 5/- dull violet, P13, SG #174a, Cat £35, trimmed perfs at BLC. 1863-69 DLR Wmk Single Lined 1 Perf 13 1d pale red SG 195. 1867-93 DLR Wmk Single-Lined Numeral 10d lilac P11 SG 206. - 10d lilac P11 SG #206 1871-1902 Wmk 1st Crown/NSW 1d salmon, P10, SG #208a, Cat £250, vertical crease. - 5d bluish green, P10, SG #215, Cat £22, Wmk Inverted. 1882-97 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d scarlet P11x12, SG 223f. - 5d blue-green, P12, SG #233a, perfs a bit woolly, MUH with clear band through gum, Cat £23. - 5d blue-green Diadem P11 SG 233b. - 5d blue-green P12x11, SG 233d. - 5d blue-green P10x11, SG #233d. - 6d pale lilac P10 SG 234, some creases. - 8d yellow Diadem P11, SG #236b, Cat £150, part og. 1889 Fiscals Optd ‘POSTAGE’ in Black 5/- lilac & green, P12x10, SG #238b, with Specimen opt, rough perfs at right, horizontal creasing. 1888-89 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d lilac P12, SG #253b, with Wmk Inverted. - 1d mauve, P11x12, SG #253d. - 6d carmine SG 256 with Wmk Inverted. 1891 Surcharges 7½d on 6d brown, P10, SG #267. - 12½d on 1/- red P10 SG 268. 1891 Small Diadem Wmk Single-Lined 10 3d green SG 269. 1897-99 Jubilee Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 2d blue shade set with deep dull blue (couple of toned perfs), cobalt blue & ultramarine, SG #292-4, Cat £17. 1897 Coin Reissue 5/- reddish purple P11, SG #297c, Cat £48, SG #297c, Cat £48. - 5/- reddish purple P11 marginal single, SG #297c, Cat £13.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Official Stamps 1040 * A B1 1882-85 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW Opt ‘O1’ 1d orange-red P11x12, SG O20b. 1041 * A A1 - 2d blue P11x12 Opt OS, SG #O21c. 1042 * A B1 - 3d bluish green P10x12 Opt OS, SG #O25b. 1043 * A B1 - 8d yellow with inverted wmk, SG #O32. 1044 * A B1 1888-90 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW Opt ‘O1’ 2d Prussian blue SG O40, with flaw on T of TWO.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1911 Arms Without Text on Back HG #A10, cancelled with 1049 *F ASydney machine of NO18 1911, water stain on face. $90

$30

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 1883 ‘OS’ in Die 1d dull rose size a, HG #DB6, water staining. 1054 *** B

$10

$100

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes $20 1055 *F A1904 Local Printing 3d rose, HG #C14, uprated with 2d blue pair, fine ‘REGISTERED/B/MY3/06/SYDNEY,N.S.W.’ on face, to $25 Beaudesert, Qld. $85 NEW SOUTH WALES | Advertising Covers Edwards & Co Teamen with 1d Arms tied by Sydney machine $120 1056 *F A cancel MY 4 1912, attractive cover. $100 $12 $60 $80 $20 $30

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal History 1847 inwards GB cover to Sydney with Holborn - Bars straight 1057 *F Aline handstamp in red Paid double circle 30JY 1847, manuscript 1/- in black and backstamped SHIP LETTER SYDNEY NSW DE 5 1847. 1058 *F A 1894 local cover to Liverpool with 1d Centennial tied by Liverpool cds JU 12 1894. 1059 *F A1906 use of 2d blue & 4d Cook on long linen George Craddock & Co cover to Newcastle. 1907 roughly opened Commercial cover with 1d tied by 1060 *F B Haymarket of 9 SP07, with fine illustration of Anthony Horden and Sons Department Store on the Historic slope of Brickfield Hill.

$40 NEW SOUTH WALES | Registration Labels 1061 AGreenlands - complete red C1-3 sheet of 25, attached to $6 interleaving, some water staining. $50 NEW SOUTH WALES | Numerals $25 1062 S A B2- 1: 1st BN on 1d dull red DLR. [Rated PPP] Allocated to Ryde$25 Renamed from Kissing Point PO c.1846. 1063 S A A3+ 4: rays (2R20) on 2d Diadem. [Rated RR] Allocated to Richmond$100 PO 1/1/1844. $20 1064 S A- A2 18: rays (2R20) on 3-margins 2d Diadem. [Rated SS] Allocated to $25 Mudgee-PO 1/1/1840. 1065 S A- A1+ 19: 1st BN on 2d Laureate, small thin. Allocated to Ryalston-PO 1/1/ $30 1849; renamed Rylstone PO c.1853. $15 1066 S A A2 34: rays (2R20) on (6d) Registered. [Rated R] Allocated to $15 Bungonia-Renamed from Inverary PO 1/1/1836; closed 31/1/1988. $15 1067 S C B2 44: rays (2R22) on 1/- Diadem (faults). [Rated R] Allocated to $35 Yass-PO 1/4/1835. $120 1068 S A C2 59: 1st BN on 1854 1d Laureate. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to $60 $15 $5 $60 $5 $20 $25

1069 S A B1 1070 S A A2 1071 S A A2 1072 S A- B2 1073 S A- A2 1074 S A B2

$6

1075 * B A1

$50 $10 1076 S A A2 $25 $20 $15 $50 $15

NEW SOUTH WALES | Revenues 1045 F A 1930s Relief Tax: page from wages book for June 1932-Nov 1932 with Relief Tax 1/- (2), 2/- (5), 5/- (3), 10/-, and on reverse 1/-, 2/-, 4/- (2), 5/-, and Family Endownment 5d, 10d, 1/8d (4), 2/6d (2). Ellsmore $430. $150 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1046 *** A 1877 Queen Victoria 1d rose on white, 117x72mm, 9mm centre bar of border, HG #3a. 1890-92 Altered Heading 1d violet on cream with type 1 flower 1047 *** Aat left, overprinted ‘SPECIMEN’, HG #9s, corners trimmed, mild water staining. 1048 *** A1897 Jubilee 1d carmine Die I on cream, HG #19, light corner crease.

$15

$40 NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1870-87 QV 1d dull rose on laid paper with no seal on pointed 1050 *** A flap, size a, HG #B1b. - 1d dull rose on laid paper with no seal on pointed flap, size a, $240 1051 ** A HG #B1b. 1052 *** B 1895 New Value ½d grey size a, HG #B6, water stained. 1897 1d Arms HG #B7, with extra 1d tied by fine numeral ‘371’ $200 1053 *F A of Canberra with cds of JY 1899 at left.

$60

$75 $25 $20

$85

$50

$80 $20 $15 $50 $30 $20

Darlington PO 1/12/1841.

$16

1836.

$25 $25

Allocated to Brownlow Hill-PO 1/4/1861; closed 30/6/1921. 107: rays (3R16) on 2½d blue. [Rated R] Allocated to Dundee-PO 1/10/1851; closed 29/6/1974. 121: BN (4B) on 1d Arms. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Guyong-PO 1/7/1853; renamed West Guyong PO 15/2/1907.

$90

1/9/1853.

$15

Maiden’s Punt-PO 1/1/1855; renamed Moama PO 1/1/1857.

$60

Plains-PO 1/1/1856; closed 31/10/1967.

$30

78: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Cassilis-PO 1/2/

- BN (4B) in blue on 1d Roo. [Rated S] 95: rays (2R30) on 1882 1d DLR (small faults). [Rated RRRR]

123: rays (3R16) tied to unframed ‘WINGHAM/FE9/1889/N.S.W’ (A1) on 1d Reply Post Card, framed ‘TINONEE/JA22/ 1889/N.S.W’ (A1) and unframed ‘TAREE/FE??/1889/N.S.W’ (B2) backstamps, stained, tape remains. Allocated to Wingham-PO

137: rays (2R32) on 2d blue DLR. [Rated RRR] Allocated to

1078 S A- A2

161: rays (2R21) on 2d blue (faded). Allocated to Aberdeen-PO 1/6/

1861.

163: rays (3R16 flat top 3) on 2d DLR. [Rated RRR] Allocated to

$25 $80

$4

Brookfield-PO 1/9/1856; closed 30/6/1965.

$50

1/10/1856.

$12

165: rays (3R16) on 1d Roo. [Rated R] Allocated to Wallabadah-PO

1081 S A A2+ 178: rayes (2R20), 2 strikes on 2d blue pair. Allocated to Marengo1082 * A A2

$30

$90

66: 1st BN on 2d Laureate. Allocated to Singleton-Renamed from

142: rays (2R20) on 1d Roo. [Rated RR] Allocated to Rolland’s

1080 S A A2

$10 $5

Dungog-PO 1/1/1835.

1077 S A A2

1079 S A B2

$10

PO 1/1/1857; renamed Murringo PO 24/5/1926.

181: framed duplex ‘GLE[BE]/?/SP28/01/N.S.W - 181’ (inverted year slugs) on 1d Arms Postcard, addressed to Adelaide with 26½mm squared-circle ‘ST PETERS/2/OC1/o1/S.A’ (A2) arrival backstamp on back. Allocated to Glebe-PO 18/6/1852. 201: Type 5 duplex ‘BURWOOD/FE15/3.33PM/95/[N.S.W] 201’ on creased 1d Postal Card. Allocated to Burwood-PO 1/10/

$25

1083 * B A2

$15

1084 S A A2

206: rays (2R20) on 1d red KGV. Allocated to Sackville Reach-PO

$8

1085 S A A2

240: rays (2R20) on 1d Roo. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Miller’s

1086 S A A2

245: type 4Da on 2d DLR. Allocated to Lang’s Crossing Place-PO 1/4/

$4

$12

1861.

$10

1/1/1858; closed 29/6/1967.

$20

Forest-PO 1/1/1859; closed 30/9/1971.

$50

1859; renamed Hay PO 22/2/1861.

$10


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1087 S A A2 1088 S A A2 1089 S A A1 1090 S A A2 1091 S A A2 1092 S A A2 1093 * A A3

343: rays (3R16) on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Albion Park-PO

1/11/1861.

382: ‘382’ BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Maude-PO 1/5/1863. 398: rays (3R16) on 2d Roo pair (re-constructed). Allocated to

Wanganella-PO 1/10/1863.

428: rays (3R16, size 4½x11mm) on 2d blue. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us - an unknown re-allocation] Unallocated 437: rays (3R16) on 2d DLR. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Mount Pleasant-PO 1/3/1865; renamed Burrawang PO 1/7/1865. 518: rays (3R16) on 2d blue. [Rated R] Allocated to Glen Alice-PO 1/1/1869; closed 15/10/1985.

1094 S A A3

684: framed duplex ‘[COBAR]/AU15/9.30 AM/08/N.S.W - 684’ on 1d Arms on PPC to Sydney. Message talks about visiting the White Fleet. Allocated to Cobar-PO 1/3/1873. 704: rays (3R12) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Haydonton-PO 15/9/1873;

1095 D A A1

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

1096 S A B2

788: 2 strikes of BN (4B) on 1d Arms pair. [Rated RR] Allocated

1097 S A B2

794: rays on 2d Emu. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Bungwall Flat-PO

1098 D A B2

823: 3 partly overlapping strikes of BN (4B) on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2. [Rated RR] Allocated to Hungerford-PO 1/10/1881; closed

1099 S A A2 1100 D A A11101 S A A2

closed 20/4/1913.

renamed Milparinka PO c.1925.

1096: BN on 1d Sydney View. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us] Allocated to Cunningham-PO 1/10/1871; RO 9/2/1878; PO 16/8/

closed 30/3/1979.

$5

1883.

$4

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

$3

1887; replaced by Grosvenor Street PO 7/8/1972.

$3

1110 S A B2

1409: 2nd type on 1d Arms strip of 3. [Rated RRR] Allocated to

1122 S A A2 1123 S B C2 1124 S C B2 1125 D A A2 1126 * A- B1

Narara-PO 15/3/1888; closed 30/6/1986. 1427: ‘1427’ on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Broken Hill R.S.-PO 16/7/ 1888; renamed Broken Hill Railway Town PO 1/3/1905. 1436: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to South Broken Hill-PO 10/8/ 1888; renamed Broken Hill South PO 1/4/1947.

1129 D A11130 * A B1 1131 * A A2 1132 * A B1

$50 $12

$10 1521: ‘1521’ BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RRR - a B1 copy sold for $170 in sale 107] Allocated to Liddell-PO 16/1/1890; closed 30/4/1931. $100 1592: BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Byron Creek-PO 16/1/1891; renamed Bangalow PO 1/10/1894. $7 1596: on 2d Emu. [Rated RR] $12 1649: poor BN on 1d Arms with framed ‘KEMBLA HEIGHTS/ JU9/1910/N.S.W’ (B2) alongside, o/struck with poor Abermain cds, on PPC. [Rated RR] Allocated to Kembla Heights-PO 1/2/1892; closed 30/3/1979. $15 1665: ‘1665’ BN on 2d blue. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to CuttabriRO 1/9/1890; PO 1/7/1892; closed 18/3/1900. $120 1670: poor BN on 1d Arms tied framed ‘NEW LAMBTON/ FE13/08/N.S.W’ (B2) on coloured PPC ‘Fire at Cohen’s, Newcastle, 20/1/08’, toning on back, corner bend. [Rated R] Allocated to New Lambton-PO 1/9/1892. $15 1688: ‘1688’ on 1d Arms. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Bective-RO 16/8/1892; PO 1/12/1892; closed 3/10/1957. $70 1703: on 2d blue. [Rated SS] Allocated to Daviesville-RO 1/12/1892; $10 PO 20/4/1893; renamed Bodangora PO 1/2/1897; closed 30/9/1968. 1721: oily strike of BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RRR] Allocated to $50 Tuggerah Lakes-PO 16/4/1894; renamed Tuggerah PO 1/9/1911. 1799: 1799’ BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Eltham-

Renamed from Midgeegrass RO 1/10/1894; PO 1/6/1896; closed 31/1/ 1974. 1832: 2 strikes of ‘1832’ on very faded 1d strip of 3. Allocated to Airly-PO 5/7/1897; closed 13/11/1920.

1847: on 2d blue (faults). [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us]

Allocated to Wurrumbungle-PO 1/9/1897.

1969: 3 strikes of BN on 1d Arms & 1d blue pair. Allocated to South Leichhardt-PO 1/1/1900; renamed South Annandale PO 1/9/1916.

1983: BN on 1d Arms, tied by framed ‘CAMPSIE/DE8/ 1908/N.S.W’ (A1) on PPC. Allocated to Campsie-PO 1/4/1900.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Datestamps 1127 * A- A1 Addison Road: ‘ADDISON ROAD/1NO56/N.S.W.-AUST’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. 1128 * A B1

$60 $4 $10 $3 $4

1385: on 1d Centennial. Allocated to George Street North-PO 5/9/

1121 S A B2

$3

PO 1/2/1883.

1109 S A A2-

1120 S A A2

$5

$12

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

1119 D A B2

$5

16/7/1877.

1108 S A B2

1118 * A- C2

1138 * A A2

$20

1269: on 1d Arms. Allocated to Blackheath-RO 16/7/1880; PO 1/2/

1117 S A B2

$15

24/2/1941.

1107 S A A2

1115 S A A2 1116 * A B2

1137 * A A1

$60

1179: BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Captain’s Flat-PO 16/7/1884. 1230: ‘1230’ on 2d Emu pair. Allocated to Silverton-PO 1/12/1883;

1114 S A A2

$60

1/8/1875; renamed Bungwahl PO 16/10/1896; closed 30/6/1993.

1105 D A A2 1106 S A B2

1113 S A- B2

1136 D A B1

$25

1881; renamed Cunningar PO 1/11/1919.

1112 S A B2

$70

to Wallendbeen-PO 1/7/1875.

1088: light BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Milperinka-PO 16/7/1881;

PO 6/11/1923; renamed Marrickville Metro PO 14/1/1993.

Alexandria: framed ‘ALEXANDRIA/JU27/1907/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 1d Arms on PPC of ‘Rotten Row, Hyde Park’. PO 2/7/1888. - ‘PAID AT ALEXANDRIA/1D31OC39/N.S.W’ in red. Araluen (2): ‘ARALUEN/12OC36/N.S.W’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1864; closed 12/1/1976. Armidale: ‘ARMIDALE/20JY08-2-PM/N.S.W_’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/4/1843. - violet ‘ARMIDALE/10SE64/N.S.W-AUST’ backstamp on registered cover to Melbourne.

1134 * B B1 1135 * A- A1

$10

887: BN on 1d Roo. Allocated to Darlington Point-RO 1/11/1876; PO

1133 * A A2

$15

8/7/1985.

1102 S A A2+ 1127: BN on ½d grey pair. Allocated to Rockdale-PO 15/4/1882. 1103 S A A2 1144: BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Yerong Creek-PO 1/10/1882. 1104 S A A2 1162: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Blackheath-RO 16/7/1880;

1111 S S A2

$5 $8

$40

1139 * A21140 * A B1 1141 * A 1142 * A- B2 1143 * A- B2 1144 * A A2 1145 * A A2 1146 * A- A2 1147 * B B2

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Ashfield: ‘ASHFIELD/25DE061040PM/N.S.W’ (Christmas Day) on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/1/1856. Auburn: 25mm ‘AUBURN/2-AP08-5-PM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on toned PPC. PO 16/6/1880. - 28mm ‘AUBURN/630P14MR11/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC of ‘Greymouth from Cobden Hill. West Coast of New Zealand’. Australia Square: ‘AUSTRALIA SQUARE/24AU82/NSW-AUST’, on 27c cut-out. PO 4/12/1967. - ‘Australia Square Tower/28MAY1992/Australia Square/N.S.W. 2000/[Tower]’ on 45c Frama on unaddressed cover. Ballina: ‘BALLINA/8SP07-130PM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on tinselled PPC of ‘COLONIAL SECRETARY’S OFFICES,/ SYDNEY, N.S.W.’. Renamed from Richmond River Heads PO 1/5/ 1868.

Balmain: framed ‘BALMAIN/SP26/2-PM/05/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC of ‘YACHTS RACING AT COWES’ . PO 1/1/1850. - 28mm ‘BALMAIN/15OC59/N.S.W.’ (arcs 4,4) on 10d QEII on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue ‘BALMAIN A’ registration label. Balmoral Beach: Black & white PPC ‘Edwards’ Beach. Balmoral. Sydney, NSW’ real photo, unused. PO 15/6/1936; closed 30/4/1987.

Balranald (2): framed ‘BALRANALD/DE5/1905/N.S.W’ on face of Tatt’s cover to Tasmania. PO 1/3/1852. Bankstown: framed ‘BANKSTOWN/AU10/06/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/4/1863. Bankstown Square: ‘PAID AT BANKSTOWN SQUARE/2?SE73/ NSW-AUST’ in red on Purnell Bros. Pty. Ltd. - Australia’s Biggest Chrysler Dealer, Bankstown cover. PO 21/9/1966. Baradine: framed ‘BARADINE/NO23/1906/N.S.W’ tied poor ‘460’ BN on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/1/1867. Bargo (2): 30mm ‘BARGO/4NO35/N.S.W’ (A1 backstamp) on 5d KGV on cover with light blue & black C5 registration label. PO 1/1/1875.

Barraba: ‘BARRABA/24-MY47/N.S.W’ on 2½d & 3d brown KGVI on cover with mss registration label. PO 1/4/1856. 1148 D A B1 Batehaven (1): ‘BATEHAVEN/19JE70/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5c Watson. TO 23/12/1946; PO 1/1/1950; closed 28/2/1978. 1149 * A C1 Baulkham Hills: framed ‘BAULKHAM HILLS/DE27/ 1907/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC from Germanton. PO 1/4/1856. 1150 * B A2 Bemboka: framed ‘BEMBOKA/DE29/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘When the toilsome day is o’er’ Kerry & Co. Series card (faults). Renamed from Lyttleton PO 16/8/1894. 1151 S A A2 Ben Bullen: framed ‘BEN BULLEN/AP29/1915/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. RO 10/8/1885; PO 1/11/1889; closed 6/3/1965. 1152 * A A2 Berridale: framed ‘BERRIDALE/JU15/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC. Renamed from Gegedgzerick PO 1/4/1886. 1153 * A A1+ Bexley: ‘BEXLEY/30MY47/N.S.W. AUST.’ (no hyphen) on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/11/1882. 1154 Bibbenluke: framed ‘BIBBENLUKE/AP17/19?5/N.S.W’ (overprinted with poor arrival datestamp) on black & white PPC ‘Australian Sheep Station’ Oceana Series C, stamp removed from and sender’s address written on front, to Chile. PO 1/10/ 1155 * A- B2 1156 * B A2

1157 * B A2

1158 * B A11159 * A A2 1160 D A1 1161 * B B2 1162 * B A2 1163 * A- A2

$15

1870; closed 31/7/1985.

Binda: framed ‘B[I]NDA/AU11/1908/N.S.W’ arrival on back of long OHMS cover from Sydney, with 1d Arms perf ‘OS/NSW’, ‘Commercial papers only’ handstamp. PO 1/5/1852. Blackheath (2): framed ‘BLACKHEATH/FE19/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms with framed ‘NEVERTIRE/FE20/1908/N.S.W’ (B2) arrival alongside on black & white PPC (corner faults). RO 16/7/ 1880; PO 1/2/1883.

Blacktown: framed ‘[BL]ACKTOWN/23DE/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms (damaged) on multicoloured PPC (faults), re-addressed from Melbourne to Phillip Island with light South Yarra BN transit cancel. PO 1/7/1862. Blayney: ‘BLAYNEY/14JU07-7-PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC (faults). PO 1/4/1857. Bondi: framed ‘BONDI/SP2/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. PO 1/10/1883. Bondi Junction (2): ‘PAID AT BONDI JUNCTION/26MY75/NSWAUST’ in red. Renamed from Waverley PO 11/9/1938. Bowning: framed ‘BOWNING/MY14/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC (faults). PO 1/10/1874. Bowral: 27mm ‘BOWRAL/?JY1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC (toning). Renamed from Bowrall PO 1/2/1888. Branxton: framed ‘BRANXTON/DE23/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘The Pass of Glencoe, Loch Leven’ E.Longstaffe No. 5170 card. Renamed from Black Creek PO 15/7/ 1862.

$60

1164 D A A1

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

$8

1165 * A- A2

$40

1166 * A- A2

Brewarrina: ‘BREWARRINA/6-JA08-1145PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. PO 1/5/1866. Broadmeadow: framed ‘BROADMEADOW/AU12/1910/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. PO 1/7/1900. Broadway: ‘BROADWAY/1/13AU37/N.S.W.’ (ERD) on piece.

1167 D A1 $15 $8 $10 $15 $5 $8

1168 * A- B1 1169 * A- A2

1170 * A B2

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

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

- ‘BROADWAY/3/31JA51/N.S.W.’ on ½d on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Broken Hill: framed ‘BROKEN HILL/DE17/1901/N.S.W’, arrival on 1d Postal Card of Great Britain & Ireland, cancelled with squared-circle ‘IPSWICH/11PM/NO14/01’ (A1), from Whitfield King & Co., stamp trader. PO 1/1/1886. - ‘BR[OKEN] HILL/24AP57/NSW-AUST’ (B1 backstamp) on 3d green & 1/7d brown QEII on Airmail cover with blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne, Victoria.

$10 $4 $4 $4 $5

$5 $5 $15 $10 $4 $5 $12 $15 $20 $15 $6 $4 $10 $10 $12 $15

$20 $10

$10

$10 $10 $12 $5 $10 $12

$15 $8 $12 $12 $5 $8

$12 $10


Page 18 1171 * A A1

1172 * A B2

1173 * A- A2

1174 * B A2

1175 * A-

1176 * B B2

1177 * A A11178 D A1 1179 * A- A2

1180 * B A2 1181 S A A2 1182 * A1183 * A A2 1184 * A A2 1185 * B A2 1186 * B A2

1187 * A A2 1188 * A- A2 1189 * A- A2 1190 * A A2

Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 Broken Hill North: two strikes of ‘BROKEN HILL NORTH/ 18JA58/N.S.W-AUST’, on 1d purple QEII, 2d green QE, 4d Xmas & 1/- Lyrebird on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from North Broken Hill PO 1/4/1947.

$12

1204 * A A1

closed 30/1/1987.

$10

1205 D A A2

Broken Hill Railway Town: ‘BROKEN HILL/18DE08-5.45PM/ RLY TOWN NSW’ (basal inscription inverted) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. Renamed from Broken Hill R.S. PO 1/3/1905; Brooklet: 25mm ‘BROOK[LET]/14JA??/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘R.C.Cathedral, Lismore, Opened 1907’, readdressed to Spreyton, Tasmania with framed ‘SPREYTON/ JA20/10/[TAS]MANIA’ (B2) arrival. RO 15/11/1899; PO 21/11/1904; TO 1/2/1931; closed 30/11/1953.

Brunswick Heads: ‘BRUNSWICK HEADS/-9JY1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white sketch German PPC ‘Moselbrucke’, writing on front, faults. [Rare usage in RO period.] RO 16/5/1906;

PO 1/1/1909.

Bulli (2): black & white PPC of ‘Lower Loddon Falls, N.S.W.’, 1d Arms, cancelled with Hobart machine of 28.12.09, to Bellerive, Tasmania, some mild toning & edge wear. Renamed from Bulli R.S. PO 15/6/1911.

Bungowannah (1): 2 poor strikes of framed ‘BUNGOWANNAH/ DE22/1905/N.S.W’ (inverted day) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC with framed ‘CULCAIRN/DE22/1905/N.S.W’ (A2) arrival. [Very Rare] PO 1/12/1867; closed 12/11/1906. Burgooney: ‘BURGOONEY/30JL86/N.S.W.’ (closing day) on 33c Barrier Reef PSE with Post Office Closed Cachet, unaddressed. RO 13/11/1917; PO 1/2/1921; closed 30/6/1986. Buronga: ‘PAID AT BURONGA/16MY69/NSW-AUST’ in red (cutto-shape). PO 1/6/1941. Burradoo: framed ‘BURRADOO/DE21/1910/N.S.W’ arrival on black & white New Zealand PPC ‘Through Hagley Park, Christchurch’ W. & T. Series card, franked with 1d red, Christchurch 13 Dec 1910 machine cancel, writing on front. PO

1194 *

1196 D A A2 1197 * A A1 1198 * A A2 1199 * A A1

$40

$5

$40

$5

Campbelltown: framed ‘CAMPBELLTOWN/SP9/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo ‘A Bush Brooklet’ HB Series 154 card, corner bends. PO 1/3/1828. Camperdown: ‘CAMPERDOWN/31DE07.1045AM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Circular Quay, Sydney,1905’, ‘New Year Greetings’ overprint, toning mainly on back of card.

PO 1/4/1853.

- ‘CAMPERDOWN/30JE42/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV on cover with ‘CAMPERDOWN “234”‘ in lieu of registration label. Canterbury: framed ‘CANTERBURY/AP21/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicolored PPC ‘Sydney Harbour from Kerribilli Pt’. PO 1/4/1858.

Carlingford: framed ‘CARLINGFORD/AP25/190?/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. Renamed from Mobb’s Hill PO 16/7/

1883; closed c.1995.

c.1853.

1208 S A B2 1209 D A 1210 * A A1 1211 * A A1-

1212 * B B1

1213 * A B1 1214 * B B2

$20

1841.

1207 * A- A2

$5

1988.

Burwood: ‘BURWOOD/5DE11 1030PM/N.S.W’ (A2) on 1d Arms. PO 1/10/1861. - ‘BURWOOD/10A-?JL14/N.S.W’ on 1d Roo (fault) on multicoloured PPC ‘Corner of Moore and Castlereagh Sts, Sydney’ Nature Series card, rough edges. Byrock: framed ‘BYROCK/DE28/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. PO 2/9/1884. Camden: framed ‘CAMDEN/AP8/1908/[N.]S.W’ on PPC with 1d Arms cancelled with ‘30’ BN (B2), address obliterated. PO 1/5/

$5 $15

1215 * B B1 1216 D B1 1217 * A 1218 * A B2 1219 * A B2

$15 $10

1220 * A- A1 1221 * A- A2

$12 1222 * A- B1 $15 $15 $15 $15 $12 $5 $8 $12

1223 * B B2 1224 * A A1 1225 * A- B2

1226 * A A1 1227 * A- A2 1228 * A- B2

1899; renamed Sydney South PO 6/1/1964.

$12

1229 * B A2

1/9/1864.

$12 $5

1230 * A- B2

Cessnock: 2 strikes of framed ‘CESSNOCK/FE25/190?/N.S.W’ on ½d green & 1d Arms pair, to USA, hinge remains on back. PO - ‘CESSNOCK/11NO63/N.S.W-AUST.’ on 2/5d Banksia. Chatswood (2): 12-hr clock ‘CHATSWOOD/2067/16NOV1987/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ in violet on face. PO 1/10/1887. Chester Hill: ‘CHESTER [HILL]/19JE56/N.S.W.’ (better backstamp) on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. PO

$4

1231 D A1

$8

1232 * B B2

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

$8

1233 * A B2

1991.

$5

2/7/1934.

NORTH/31MR87/NSW-

Chester Hill North: ‘CHESTER HILL AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. PO

1200 * A B1

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

1201 * A- A2

Chullora Camp: ‘* POST [OFFICE] */2/JAN/1951/CHULLORA CAMP, N.S.W.’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover. PO

1202 * B A2

$15

$15

Burraga: ‘BURRAGA/15MR1907/N.S.W.’ on black & white PPC ‘The First Born’ Regal Series, stained. PO 15/1/1876; closed 30/6/

- ‘PAID AT CASINO/- 15DE60/NSW-AUST’ (price turned off) on Tomki Packers cover, to Concord West. A- A2+ Castlereagh Street: framed ‘CASTLEREAGH ST/MR26/ 1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on coloured PPC, light toning. PO 1/9/

1195 * A- B2

1206 D B

1/8/1887; closed 1/6/1971.

Carlton: framed ‘CARLTON/DE22/1907/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC (garden scene). PO 26/5/1890. 1191 D B1 - ‘PAID AT CARLTON/— 4NO64/NSW-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). 1192 * A A1+ Casino: ‘CASINO/13MR37/N.S.W.’ on 1d green & 4d olive KGV with part blue registration label. Renamed from Richmond River PO 1193 * A A1

1203 * B B2

1/8/1949; renamed Chullora Park PO 1/12/1951.

Clarence Tunnel: ‘CLARENCE [TU]NNEL/22OC1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Bantry Bay, Middle Harbour, Sydney’, faults. [The first offered by us] PO 1/5/1878; closed 30/6/ 1911.

$40

$100

1234 * A A2 1235 * B A2

Cobbadah (2): framed ‘COBBADAH/JA27/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘Bumble Rock, Lizard’, toning on back of card. PO 1/11/1875; closed 30/4/1979. Coff’s Harbour: 31mm ‘POSTMASTER/27/JUL/1959/* COFFS HARBOUR. N.S.W. *’ in violet on long PMG Department OHMS cover (no stamp), also cancelled with Coff’s Harbour 27 July 1959 slogan, addressed to Victoria. RO 6/2/1882; PO 1/8/1890. Coledale: ‘COLEDALE/11 DE 64/N.S.W.’ (spaced dateline) on 5d green. RO 1/10/1904; PO 1/7/1907; closed 6/2/1993. Colinroobie: mss “Colinroobie/028” in lieu of registration label on 1930s front with stamp removed. RO 5/11/1895; PO 1/5/1899; TO

1/6/1951; closed 11/6/1952.

Collarenebri (3): framed ‘COLLARENEBRI/DE15/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC, framed ‘WALGETT/DE20/ 1905/N.S.W’ (A1-) arrival cds. RO 16/8/1880; PO 1/10/1880. Collector: framed ‘COLLECTOR/MR18/1913/N.S.W’ on 1d roo.

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

Collie: mss “COLLIE NSW/R444” on 1938 Electoral documents cut-out. PO 1/10/1862; closed 3/11/1986. - ‘COLLIE/3NO86/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. Concord (4): ‘CONCORD/1FE37/N.S.W.’ (Opening Day - A1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d Cable on Jamieson cover with amended ‘CENTRAL CONCORD’ registration label. Renamed from Central

$12

$20 $5 $5 $12 $4 $5 $5

Concord PO 1/2/1937.

$25

1951; closed 6/1/1994.

$20

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/

Concord West: ‘CONCORD WEST/11JE56/=N.S.W=’ on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue label. RO 15/10/1914; PO 1/3/1915. Condobolin: ‘CONDOBOLIN/10MR09.1030??/[N.S.W]’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC (faults). PO 1/7/1858. - ‘POSTAGE PAID/3D15AP53/CONDOBOLIN’ on window envelope, mss marking at top of cover. - ‘CONDOBOLIN/PAID/11OC85/NSW-AUST-2877’ in red. Coogee: Multicoloured PPC ‘Coogee Beach Sydney, NSW’, unused. PO 4/4/1894. Coolamon: ‘COOLAMON/20JY07??5AM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured humourous PPC. Renamed from Ganmain PO 1/11/1881.

Cooma: poor framed ‘COOMA/DE21/06/[N.S.W]’ on 1d Arms with ‘BOMBALA/22DE06-9-PM/N.S.W.’ (A1) transit & framed ‘CATHCART/DE25/1906/N.S.W’ (B2) arrival datestamps alongside on multicoloured PPC ‘Loch Lomond from Tarbet’ Reliable Series 2645 card. PO 1/1/1847. - ‘COOMA/23DE07.415AM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Keswick’ Wildt & Kray, London card. Coonabarabran: framed ‘COONABARABRAN/FE7/ 1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney’ Art Series card, message front & back of card. PO 1/1/1850.

Cooranbong: framed ‘COORANBONG/DE20/1906/N.S.W’ transit alongside ‘NEWCASTLE/2?DE06-130PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC National Series card. PO 1/1/1866. Cowra: ‘COWRA/4JU10-6??/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on coloured embossed PPC, ‘GUNNING/5JU1910/N.S.W’ (A2) transit cds and tape remains on front. PO 1/1/1850. - pictorial ‘{Japanese Lantern}/JAPANESE GARDEN/& CULTURAL CENTRE/11SEP1992/COWRA N.S.W. 2794’ (8DL) on 45c Wetlands on cover to Macgregor, Qld. Cronulla Beach: 25½mm ‘[CRO]NULLA BEACH/?7AU1907/ N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Winter’s Glories’ Raphael Tuck & Sons card, framed ‘SUTHERLAND/AU17/ 1907/N.S.W’ (A2) transit cds. PO 1/1/1891; RO 16/8/1893; PO 15/4/

$6 $10 $20 $5 $12 $10

$15 $15

$15 $15 $15 $6

1907; renamed Cronulla PO 17/3/1930.

$15

PO 1/9/1962; closed 30/11/1989.

$10

Crowdy Head (2): ‘CROWDY HEAD/30NO89/N.S.W-AUST’ (closing day) on 41c Kosciusko PSE, unaddressed. TO 11/5/1956;

Cudal: framed ‘CUDAL/DE22/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured embossed PPC. PO 1/6/1872. Cumnock: framed ‘CUMNOCK/OC21/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. PO 1/8/1879. Dalton: framed ‘DALTON/DE7/1910/N.S.W’ arrival alongside 1d Arms cancelled with ‘PICTON/6DE1910/N.S.W.’ (A2) on multicoloured PPC ‘Marguerites’ Valentine Series card (faults). PO 1/5/1863.

Darlington (3): framed ‘DARLINGTON/NO22/1907/N.S.W’ alongside 1d Arms (part of obscure cancel) on multicoloured PPC ‘Botanical Gardens, Sydney’. PO 1/8/1882; closed 3/5/1974. Dee Why: ‘PAID AT DEE WHY/ 13MR72/N.S.W-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). PO 26/4/1915. Deepwater: poor framed ‘DEEPWATER/DE28/1907/[N.]S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Rundle St, Adelaide, looking East’ V.S.M. Series card (faults). PO 1/3/1870. Denistone East: 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘DENISTONE EAST/23AP80/N.S.W-AUST’ (B1 backstamp) on 60c Parrot & $2 Painting (fault) on long cover to British High Commission with blue registration label. PO 1/6/1950. Dorrigo (2): framed ‘DORRIGO/22AP/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on tinted PPC ‘Dangar Falls, Dorrigo’ H. Bickerby photo. Renamed from Bielsdown PO 1/3/1905.

Douglas Park: ‘DOUGLAS PARK/2?AU1906/N.S.W’ (ERD by 4 years) transit on multicoloured PPC ‘Bradda Head, Port Erin, Isle of Man’ Raphael Tuck card (corner faults), franked with 1d red KEVII, double-circle ‘EXCHANGE LIVERPOOL/11.45AM/ JY20/06/2’ (A2) cds. Renamed from Douglas PO 1/9/1904.

$12 $12

$12 $15 $5 $12

$10 $15

$12


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1236 * B A2 1237 * A- A2 1238 * B B2 1239 * A- A2 1240 * A- B2 1241 D A1 1242 * A- A2 1243 * A A2

1244 * A A11245 * A A2 1246 * B B2 1247 * A A2 1248 * B B1

1249 * A- A2

1250 * A- B1

1251 * C A1-

1252 * B A2 1253 * A A2 1254 * A- A2

1255 D A1 1256 * A- A1 1257 * A- C2

1258 D A1 1259 * A A1 1260 * A- A2

1261 * A A1

Drummoyne: framed ‘DRUMMOYNE/JU26/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘London Bridge after 1904 Widening’, corner bend. PO 1/9/1884. Dubbo: ‘DUBBO/8-A22DE13/N.S.W’ on 1d Roo on multicoloured embossed PPC. PO 1/1/1848. Dungowan: framed ‘DUNGOWAN/JY9/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Tamworth’ W.Green card, stained on back. PO 1/2/1868. East Balmain: framed ‘EAST BALMAIN/AU21/09/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. PO 1/2/1890; closed 28/2/1986. East Maitland: poor framed ‘EAST MAITLAND/NO30/ 190?/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/5/1840. - ‘PAID AT EAST MAITLAND/■■30NO64/N.S.W.’ (price turned off?) in red. Emmaville: framed ‘EMMAVILLE/DE24/1912/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. Renamed from Vegetable Creek PO 20/9/1882.

‘ENFIELD/14AP82/NSW-2136’,

Enfield (2): 2 strikes of on 45c Woodswallow (fault), $1 Magpie & $2 Painting on long cover to British High Commission with blue registration label. PO 27/4/

1891.

ENFIELD/3½D6MR57/N.S.W-AUST’

- ‘PAID AT on Mirotone window envelope. 28AU70 Engadine: ‘ENGADINE/ /NSW-AUST’, on 30c Waratah on cover with blue registration label. RO 15/11/1922; PO 1/7/1927. Erskineville: framed ‘ERSKINEVILLE/1910/OC4/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘The Lake, Botanical Gardens, Sydney’ Star Series card, missing corner. PO 8/9/1890. Eureka: framed ‘EUREKA/1910/JA10/[N.S.W]’ arrival on PPC with 1d Arms cancelled with ‘ALBION PARK/7JAN1910/N.S.W’ (B2). RO 8/5/1882; PO 1/9/1885; closed 24/7/1994. Exeter: framed ‘EXETER/DE26/1906/N.S.W’ arrival alongside framed ‘CAMPBELLTOWN/DE25/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Pulpit Rock at Bombo, Illawarra’ Star Series card, torn. TO 14/4/1890; PO 1/6/1890. Fernleigh (1): framed ‘FERNLEIGH/NO1/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms perf ‘OS/NSW’ on black & white PPC. [The first offered by us] Renamed from Spencer RO 9/1/1899; PO 1/10/1899; renamed Spencer PO 16/3/1914.

Fernmount: unframed ‘FERNMOUNT/OC271906/N.S.W’ arrival alongside framed ‘FREDERICKTON/OC25/1906/N.S.W’ (B2) transit and framed ‘SMITHTOWN/OC25/1906/N.S.W’ (A2) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Diamond Lake, New Zealand’ Art Series card. Renamed from Dovedale PO 16/1/1871; closed 11/3/1983. George Street West: 30mm ‘GEORGE ST WEST/ 8JAN1907/N.S.W’ arrival alongside illegible cds on 1d Arms x2 on multicoloured PPC ‘The Lakelet, Machattie Park, Bathurst’, badly damaged corner. Renamed from Parramatta Street PO 1/4/

1883; renamed Broadway PO 1/7/1934.

Girilambone: 2 strikes of ‘GIRILAMBONE/27DE1906/N.S.W.’ (ERD) on 1d Arms on black & white PPC Regal Series card, faults. PO 1/9/1881. Gladesville IMSO: ‘GLADESVILLE IMSO/PAID/9P20AU82/NSWAUST-2111’ in red, addressed locally. IMSO 13/7/1980; closed 2/4/ 1983.

Glebe: ‘GLEBE/23FE12-11AM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘1305 Upper Lodore Falls, Valley of the Waters, Blue Mountains’ Nature Series card, corner faults. PO 18/6/1852.

- ‘POSTAGE PAID/1½D19FE43/GLEBE’ in red. Glenbrook: framed ‘GLENBROOK/FE3/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Federal Pass, Katoomba’, worn corners. PO 1/3/1882. Goomoorah: framed ‘GOOMOORAH/????/????/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘General Post Office, Sydney’, faults. [Extremely rare - the first offered by us] PO 1/5/1884; closed 24/6/1908.

Gosford: ‘POSTAGE PAID AT/2■■■JL62/GOSFORD N.S.W’ (price turned off (?), day moved to left) in red. Renamed from

Brisbane Water PO 1/9/1841.

Goulburn: ‘POSTAGE PAID/ 17DE69/GOULBURN’ on PDS window envelope. PO 1/2/1832. Grenfell: ‘GRENFELL/29JU08-1130AM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms (2 strikes partly o/struck with poor Gunning arrival cds) on black & white PPC ‘George Street, Sydney’ card. [Hopson & Tobin record 1906-09 only.] Renamed from Weddin PO 24/12/1866. Grosvenor Street: ‘GROSVENOR STREET/29AP88/NSW-2000’ (closing day) on 37c platypus PSE, unaddressed. Replaced George Street North PO 7/8/1972; renamed Grosvenor Place PO 2/5/ 1988.

1262 * B A2

Gulargambone (2): framed ‘GULARGAMBONE/JU28/ 1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC, faults. PO 1/2/

1263 * B A1-

Gulgong: 25½mm ‘GULGONG/17JA1906/N.S.W’ on stampless multicoloured PPC ‘Botanical Gardens, Sydney’ Art Series card, date written on front with datestamp. PO 15/8/1870. Gunnedah: framed ‘GUNNEDAH/JY5/1910/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Conadilly Street, Gunnedah’ Crown Studios, Sydney card. Renamed from The Woolshed PO

1264 * A- B2

1265 * A- A1 1266 * A- A2

1876.

c.1858.

Gunning: ‘GUNNING/8MY1906/N.S.W’ alongside illigible rays on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Suspension Bridge, North Sydney’ Perfection Series card, rough edges. PO 1/10/1840. Guy Fawkes (1): framed ‘GUY FAWKES/JU1/????/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC (‘Lavender Bay’ hand written on front), rough edges. [The first offered by us] RO 1/11/ 1891; PO 16/10/1895; RO 17/3/1911; closed 18/9/1916.

1267 * A B1 $12 $10 $12 $12 $10 $15 $12

$12

1268 * A- A2

1269 * A- A1 1270 * B A2-

1271 * A B1 1272 * A- B2

1273 * B B2

$16 $10 $10 $20

$15

1274 * B A2 1275 * A- A2

1276 * C B2 1277 * B A1 1278 S A A2

$100

$25

1279 * A A2

1280 * A- A2 1281 D A B2

$15

1282 * A- A2

$10

1283 * B A2

$30 1284 * B A2 $12 $10 $15

$100 $15 $16

1285 * A- A1

1286 * B B2 1287 * B B2

1288 * B B2 1289 * A- A2

$12

1290 * A A2 1291 * A- C2

$5 $10 $10

$15 $12

$100

1292 * A- B2 1293 D A B1 1294 * A C1 1295 * A- A2

1296 * B A11297 D A B2

Page 19 ‘HABERFIELD/18SE73/N.S.W-AUST’

Haberfield: 2 strikes of on 2c coil, 25c & 30c National Development on cover with blue registration label, to Gawler, Sth. Aust. PO 1/10/1903. Hamilton: framed ‘HAMILTON/JA19/1907/N.S.W.’ arrival alongside illegible rays and ‘NEWCASTLE/19JA07715AM/N.S.W’ cds on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Queen’s Promenade, Douglas, Isle of Man’. Renamed from Bore Hole PO 1/8/1872.

Harden (2): 2 strikes of ‘HARDEN/8JY1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC. RO 1/11/1880; PO 1/9/1882. Hargraves: ‘HARGRAVES/7■SP190?/N.S.W’ arrival on multicoloured PPC (faults) franked with 1d pink, Melbourne 4 Sep 1908 machine cancel. Renamed from Louisa Creek PO 16/9/ 1872; closed 29/8/1986.

- ‘HARGRAVES/29AU86/N.S.W’ (closing day) on 36c Collingwood Town Hall PSE, unaddressed. Harnleigh: framed ‘HARNLEIGH/SP3/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Guildhall, London’, corner faults. Renamed

$10

$12 $8

$12 $5

from South Marrickville PO 10/10/1892; renamed South Marrickville PO 14/1/1935.

$12

1967.

$15

Hartley Vale (2): framed ‘HARTLEY VALE/SP17/1907/N.S.W’ arrival with framed ‘BOTANY/SP16/1907N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured humourous PPC, faults. PO 1/8/1873; closed 31/10/

Haymarket: ‘HAYMARKET/9JY08-430PM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC, faults. PO 1/3/1877. Heddon Greta: ‘HEDDON GRETA/23JE44/N.S.W’ on stampless OHMS Postmaster General’s Department cover, ‘IDLE GOSSIP SINKS SHIPS’ printed on back flap. RO 17/11/ 1902; PO 1/7/1903.

Helensburgh: framed ‘HELENSBURGH/FE22/1904/N.S.W’ (inverted day) with illigible BN on 2d blue on Tatts cover (pin hole, receipt remainder, badly damaged corner). PO 1/12/1886. Hexham: framed ‘HEXHAM/FE1/1907/N.S.W’ alongside illegible BN on 1d Arms on black & white PPC, faults. PO 1/1/

$8

$20 $10

1840; closed 30/4/1990.

$12

PO 1/6/1884; closed 31/5/1979.

$10

1900.

$10

Hillgrove: ‘HILLGROVE/7JL25/N.S.W’ on 1½d red KGV with White flaw right of right value tablet, ACSC 89(23)g, Cat. $10. Hornsby (2): 2 strikes of framed ‘HORNSBY/DE22/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘Barnard Castle’ Valentine’s Series card No. 16278. Renamed from Hornsby Junction PO 1/5/

Hoxton Park (2): 2 strikes of framed ‘HOXTON PARK/ MY25//N.S.W’ (year missing) on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/10/1890. Hume Reservoir: ‘HU[ME] RESERVOIR/27MR24/N.S.W.’ on 1½d green KGV. Renamed from Hume Weir PO 28/9/1920; closed 30/9/1936.

Hunter’s Hill: framed ‘HUNTER’S HILL/AU13/1906/N.S.W’ arrival on re-directed black & white real photo PPC (faults) from Milford, England, stamp removed. PO 1/6/1858. Hurstville (2): ‘HURSTVILLE/22JU09-945??/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured framed PPC ‘1073 - Balmoral, Sydney’ Nature Series card, faulty edges. Renamed from Hurstville Railway

Station PO 1/12/1889; renamed Hurstville Business Centre BC 31/8/ 1992.

Inverell: framed ‘INVERELL/JU14/1901/N.S.W’ backstamp on cover (tone spots) to Charlton, Victoria, franked with 2d blue, illegible BN cancel. Replaced Byron PO 15/9/1859. Jenolan Caves: 2 strikes of framed ‘JENOLAN CAVES/SP23/ 1915/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV on black & white PPC ‘Crystal Palace, R.I.Jenolan’ Kerry card, blunt corners. TO 23/10/1886; PO

$10 $10 $8

$10 $8

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

$20

10/6/1878; PO 16/5/1883; closed 8/3/1974.

$12

Jerrawa: framed ‘JERRAWA/24DE/1907/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC franked with 1d Arms, Sydney 23 Dec 1907 machine cancel. RO

Jindabyne: framed ‘JINDABYNE/JA17/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Middle Harbour, Sydney’ Swain & Co, Sydney card, trimmed vertical edges, some writing on front. PO 1/1/1862. Junee (2): 2 poor overlapping strikes of framed ‘JUNEE/AU5/05/ N.S.W’ on 1d Arms pair on Tatts cover, receipt remainder and pin holes. Renamed from Junee Junction PO 1/11/1893. Kangaroo Valley: 25mm framed ‘KANGAROO VALLEY/24DE/ 1910/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC, edge faults. PO 1/2/1870. Katoomba: framed ‘KATOOMBA/MR4/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. RO 1/2/1879; PO 16/8/1880. Kellyville: framed ‘KELLYVILLE/DE23/190?/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured humourous PPC, light toning. PO 1/1/1889. Kempsey: ‘KEMPSEY/27SP08130PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/9/1843. Kempsey South: ‘KEMPSEY STH/19OC70/N.S.W-AUST’ (hybrid dateline) on 6c. PO 1/2/1947; closed 30/5/1986. Kenmore: poor ‘KENMORE/12SE32/=N.S.W=’ on 5d Registration Envelope (ASC #R27) with mss “Kenmore/2022” in lieu of label PO 6/3/1899; closed 27/1/1978. Kiama: framed ‘KIAMA/DE23/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms, partly overlapping with framed ‘EXETER/DE25/1909/N.S.W’ (A1-), on black & white real photo PPC ‘Among the Hills, Illawarra’, corner faults. PO 1/1/1841. Killara: ‘KILLARA/23DE1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Dead to the World (cat sleeping)’, faults. TO 28/10/1904; PO 7/11/1904.

Kingsgrove (4): ‘KINGSGROVE /145P-8?55/N.S.W-AUST’ (DEPOT removed) on 3½d Cobb & Co. PO 5/8/1940.

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1310 D A A2 1311 * A B1 1312 D A1 1313 S A A21314 * A A2 1315 * A- A1 1316 * A A1 1317 * A A1-

1318 * A A2 1319 * C A2 1320 D A A2 1321 * A- A2

1322 * B A11323 * B B2 1324 D A A2 1325 D A A2 1326 S A A2 1327 * A B2

1328 D A A2 1329 * A- B2 1330 * A A11331 * A- A2 1332 * A C1 1333 * A

Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 Kirkdale: poor framed ‘KIRKDALE/????/19??/N.S.W’ arrival and unframed ‘MURRUMBATEMAN/MY8/1906/N.S.W’ (B2) transit on black & white PPC ‘Greetings from Hay’ A. Fasher card, franked with 1d Arms, cancelled ‘BALRANALD/ ?MY09.930AM’ (A2). [Extemely rare - the first offered by us] RO 16/12/1897; PO 16/7/1898; closed 31/8/1938.

Kogarah: unframed ‘KOGA[RAH]/OC3?/1905/N.S.W’ alongside illegible BN on ½d green, framed ‘HURSTVI[LLE]/OC31/ 1905/N.S.W’ (A2) arrival, on PPC. PO 1/8/1863. Koorawatha: framed ‘KOORAWATHA/AP7/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on embossed PPC. Renamed from Monica Vale PO 1/12/1888; closed 22/8/1997.

FAIR/PAID/5OC82/NSW-AUST-2289’

Kotara Fair: ‘KOTARA in red. PO 1/7/1967. Kurnell: ‘KURNELL/15JL36/N.S.W.’ on piece. RO 11/8/1920; PO 1/7/1927.

HEIGHTS/?A-?NO89/NSW-

Kurrajong Heights: ‘KURRAJONG 2758’ (ERD) on 41c. PO 1/3/1875; closed 21/6/1995. Lake Bathurst: ‘LAKE BATHUR[ST]/29MY61/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. Renamed from Tarago PO 3/1/1884; closed 30/6/1969. Lane Cove (2): multi-coloured PPC ‘Fig Tree, Lane Cove, Sydney, N.S.W.’, Melba Series card used under cover, franked with 1d pink, machine cancelled PO 21/6/1920. Lansdowne: ‘LANSDOWNE/12JA65/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 5d Xmas. Renamed from Landsdown PO 1/3/1896. Larras Lee: ‘LARRAS LEE/2JL36/N.S.W’ on 1d green KGV & 2d Cable pair on cover with blue & black C5 registration label. Renamed from Mullylargah PO 24/11/1923; closed 30/11/1977.

Laurieton: pictorial ‘CAPT. COOK BICENTENARY/ 28APR1970/LAURIETON/NSW 2443/CELEBRATIONS’ on 5c Cook. PO 1/10/1875. Lawson: framed ‘LAWSON/MY25/1901/N.S.W’ and framed ‘ORANGE/MY24/1901/N.S.W’ (B2) arrivals on front of black & white real photo PPC ‘Weston-Super-Mare, The Beach’ (ink smudges), franked with 1d QV, double-circle ‘WESTON.SUPER.MARE/1215PM/AP19/01’ cancel, from Great Britain. RO 1/9/1880; PO 16/5/1885. Leightonfield North: ‘LEIGHTONFIELD NTH/24AU57/[N.S.WA]UST’ on 4d QEII. PO 1/9/1953; closed 14/7/1989. Leumeah: ‘LEUMEAH/26NO81/NSW-2560’ on 24c, 50c & $2 on cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from

1334 * A

$100 $8 $10 $4 $4 $5 $30 $10 $5 $50 $10

$15 $5 $8

PO 1/2/1896.

$5

Liddell: framed ‘LIDDEL/MY23/1924/N.S.W’ on 1½d green KGV. PO 16/1/1890; closed 30/4/1931. Lightning Ridge: ‘LIGHTNING RIDGE/6OC66/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3c, 7c & 15c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 17/8/ 1906. [Opal mining]

Lindfield: ‘LINDFIELD/7JA1909/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC, couple of worn corners. PO 5/1/1895. - ‘PAID AT LINDFIELD/2D29NO40/N.S.W.’ on plain window envelope. Lindfield R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 4103/20JE44/AUSTRALIA’ on 1d purple-brown QE on ACF cover to Sydney, with straight-line ‘R.A.A.F./Concession Postal Rates’ (A1-) in black. PO 1/8/1940; renamed Bradfield PO 1/1/1951.

Lismore Heights: ‘LISMORE HEIGHTS/28JY80/N.S.W-AUST’ on 22c & $1 x2 on 20c PSE with blue provisional registration label.

PO 3/3/1947.

Lithgow (2): 2 strikes of ‘LITHGOW/27MR08-9-PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC (faults). Renamed from Eskbank PO 1/1/1879. Little Bay (2): ‘LITTLE BAY/?E65/N[SW-AUST]’ on 5d green. PO 1/7/1963.

Liverpool: framed ‘LIVERPOOL/DE12/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘A Mountain Dairy, Illawarra District’ Star Series card, worn edges. PO 1/3/1828; replaced by Liverpool Westfield PO 1/6/1992.

- light ‘LIVERPOOL/17OC36/N.S.W.’ (A1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d SA Centenary on cover with blue registration label. Longueville: framed ‘LONGUEVI[LLE]/DE26/1908/N.S.W’ arrival on multicoloured PPC, faulty edges. PO 27/1/1892; closed 31/7/1976.

Louth (2): 28½mm ‘LOUTH/29MY57/N.S.W’ on 4d Koala. PO

$40 $20 $8

1348 * B B2

1349 * A- A2 1350 * A- B2

1351 D A A1 1352 D A2

$10

1355 * A A2 1356 D A A2

$6 $10

1357 * B A2 1358 * A- B1

$10 $6

1359 * A A1-

$10

1360 * A- B1

Renamed from Rocky Mouth PO 1/4/1885.

$5

Manahan (2): ‘MANAHAN/17SE48/N.S.W-AUST’ on blue provisional registration label. PO 1/3/1947. Mandurama: framed ‘MANDURAMA/DE6/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/2/1876. Manildra: 2 strikes of framed ‘MANILDRA/MR6/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/10/1891. Manly: ‘MANLY/22DE09-1.45PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured framed PPC ‘Derwentwater’ B.B.London Series card, rough edges. PO 1/4/1857. - ‘MANLY/20OC36/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. - Black & white PPC ‘Manly Beach, Sydney’ used at Sydney in 1907.

1346 * C A2

1354 * A- A2

$6

1896; closed 31/12/1917.

1345 * B A2

$25

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

Mallan: framed ‘MALLAN/DE13/19[09]/[N.S.W]’ arrival on face of PPC, Vic 1d pink cancelled with ‘CUNNINGHAME/DE29/09/ VIC - 692’ unframed duplex (B1). [The first offered by us] PO 16/1/

1344 * A- A2

1353 * A B1

$4

Maclean: framed ‘MACLEAN/AU4/1904/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms.

1343 * A A2

$20

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

Lue: ‘LUE/11JE62/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. Replaced Dungaree PO

1342 * A A1

1347 * A- B2

Campbelltown North PO 1/1/1961.

Leura: ‘PAID AT LEURA/1AP86/NSW-AUST’ in red. RO 15/2/1893;

- multi-coloured PPC ‘Among the Breakers Manly NSW’, used 1908 to Belgium. 1335 D A B2 Manly Vale: violet ‘MANLY VALE/2?MR55/[N.S.W-AUST]’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 3/4/1950; closed 4/7/1994. 1336 * B A2 Marrickville: framed ‘MARRICKVILLE/JU18/10P.M./05/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Ann Hathaway’s House’ Herriot Series card, writing on front, faults. PO 1/1/1865. 1337 * B B2 - ‘MARRICKVILLE/10P-1JA14/N.S.W’ (New Years Day) on 1d Roo on PPC, large bends. 1338 * A B1 - ‘MARRICKVILLE/26JY57/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/7d QEII Registration Envelope with blue registration label. 1339 * A A1 - 12hr ‘MARRICKVILLE/2204/27AUG’84/PRIORITY/PAID/ OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. 1340 S A A2+ Maryvale: 30mm ‘MARY VALE/20AP36/N.S.W.’ (error; 2 words) on 2d Cable. PO 15/10/1875; closed 25/7/1980. 1341 * B Matcham: very poor cancels on 1d green QEII & 2d red KGVI Die I x2 on front with blue provisional registration label. PO 15/8/

$100

1361 * A- A2

1362 D A B2 1363 * A A1

$6

1364 S A B2

$8

1365 * B B2

$8

1366 * B B2

$8 $5 $8

1367 * B B2

$10 $5 $12 $8 $6 $5 $15

1911; closed 30/6/1986.

$5

1915; PO 26/7/1920.

$8

Bangor PO 2/1/1995.

$5

Matraville: ‘MATRAVILLE/26OC57/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 15/12/1910; TO 28/2/

Menai (3): violet 12hr ‘MENAI/[2234]/21MAR1991/PRIORITY/ PAID/[OF]FICE’ on cover to Sydney. PO 28/7/1986; renamed

Menangle: 2 strikes of framed ‘MENANGLE/DE22/1911/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Renamed from Riversford PO 2/6/1865. Merewether: ‘MEREWETHER/24JY81/[N]SW-2291’ on 15c (faults) 80c & $2 (faults) on cover with blue registration label.

$8

Replaced Glebeland PO 3/9/1888.

$4

PO 7/10/1889; closed 28/2/1918.

$15

Merigal: framed ‘MERIGAL/JU29/1905/[N.S.]W’ tied poor BN ‘1491’ (C2) on 1d Arms, framed ‘GILGANDRA/JU30/ 1905/N.S.W’ (B2) transit, on multicoloured PPC ‘National Park, N.S.W.’ Oceana Series A card, missing corner, writing on front. Michelago: framed ‘MICHELAGO/OC29/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on tinted Japanese PPC ‘Maruko Suruga’, small tone spots. PO 1/2/1860; closed 31/10/1983. Miller’s Point: 2 strikes of framed ‘MILLERS POINT/DE14/ 1904/N.S.W’ (o/struck with Sydney cds) on ½d green & 1d Arms on vignette black & white real photo PPC (Gentlemen at Manly beach), extensive writing on front, to Sth. Africa (per S.S. Sophocles), faults. PO 6/2/1878. - ‘MILLER’S POINT/445P-9JE15/=N.S.W=’ on 1d red KGV on black & white Rotterdamsche Lloyd PPC ‘Tanger’. Millthorpe: 2 strikes of framed ‘MILLTHORPE/NO13/ 1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Como Bridge, Georges River’, worn corners. Renamed from Spring Grove PO 1/3/

1884.

- ‘MILLTHORPE/29AP55/N.S.W.’ on ½d & 1/- on long piece with blue registration label. Milperra: ‘MILPERRA/PAID/1AU75/NSW-AUST-2214’ in red. PO

18/11/1918.

Milson’s Point: framed ‘MILSON’S POINT/JU11/1900/N.S.W’ on 2d blue on cover, backstamps include violet framed ‘BELL/ JU12/1900/[N.S.W]’ and framed ‘MOUNT WILS[ON]/JU12/ 1900/N.S.W’. PO 11/1/1892. - ‘MILSON’S POINT/22DE1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Naples with Vesuvius seen from the sea’ Misch & Co card. - ‘MILSON’S POINT/10A-2NO12/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Milvale: ‘MILVALE/31DE64/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d green QEII. PO 1/1/1916; closed 29/9/1977.

Minmi: framed ‘MINMI/DE22/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘A Bright and Happy New Year’ Raphael Tucki card (faults), addressed to Victoria. PO 1/10/1860. Miranda: framed ‘MIRANDA/JA5/1910/N.S.W’ arrival on multicoloured Japanese PPC ‘Cryptomeria Road, Nikko’, franked with 1d 4-Corners and cancelled with illegible unframed Queensland 22 Dec 1909 cds. PO 16/8/1900. Mittagong: ‘MITTAGONG/18JU09-930PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC with framed ‘GUNDAROO/JU19/09/N.S.W’ (B2) arrival.

$15

$15 $10

$12 $5 $4

$8 $8 $6 $5 $12

$12

Renamed from Nattai PO 1/8/1875.

$8

1/1/1857.

$8

1845.

$8

Moama: 2 partly overlapping strikes of framed ‘MOAMA/DE5/ 1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Renamed from Maiden’s Punt PO Molong: ‘MOLONG/17NO1906/N.S.W’ arrival alongside framed ‘MARRICKVILLE/NO5/11PM/06/N.S.W’ (B2) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘The Green Coventry’, rough edges. PO 1/1/

Mongarlowe: ‘MONGARLOWE/4NO54/[N.S.W]-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Monga PO 1/8/1891; closed 10/4/1974. Montefiores (2): ‘MONTEFIORES/31DE86/N.S.W-AUST’ (Closing Day - inverted decade wheel) on 36c PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/10/1951; closed 31/12/1986. Moonan Flat: framed ‘MOONAN FLAT/JY14/1914/[N.]S.W’ on 1d roo. PO 20/11/1896. Moonbi R.S.: framed ‘MOONBI RLY STN/DE21/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Loch Achray’ B.B. London Series, faults. PO 16/1/1883; renamed Moonbi Railway PO 15/9/1913. Moorland: poor framed ‘MOORLAND/JA25/1926/N.S.W’ (year error for 1910) arrival alongside ‘BALMAIN/11P23JA10/N.S.W’ (A2) on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘A Bit of the Commonwealth - Australian Wheat Teams (photo within map of Australia)’ H & B card, corner and edge faults. Renamed from Holy Flat PO 7/11/1889.

Moree: light ‘MOREE/4SP1907/N.S.W.’ on 2d blue on Tatts cover, pin holes. PO 1/5/1853.

$10 $8 $8 $80

$10 $8


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1368 * A- A2 1369 * A A2-

1370 * A- A2 1371 * A A2 1372 * A- B2 1373 * A1374 * A- B2

1375 * A A1 1376 D A11377 D A A2 1378 * A A1 1379 * A- A1 1380 * A- A2 1381 D A B2 1382 * B A11383 * A- B2 1384 * B B2 1385 * B A2 1386 * A- B2

1387 * A B2 1388 * A- B2

1389 * A- B2 1390 * A 1391 * A A2 1392 * A-

1393 * B 1394 * A A1-

1395 * A1396 * A- B2

1397 D A2+ 1398 * A A1 1399 * A- A2 1400 * A- A2

Morisset: framed ‘MORISSET/MR/1910/N.S.W’ (no day) on 1d Arms on PPC, faults. RO 16/6/1888; PO 16/11/1898. - light ‘* MONEY [ORDER] */4JAN1989/MORISSET 2254’ (dateline inverted) on 5c, 60c & $1, violet 12hr ‘MORISSET/N.S.W. 2264/4JAN1989/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ (A2) on face. Moruya: ‘MORUYA/30OC11-515PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on embossed PPC. PO 1/1/1855. Mosman: ‘POS[TAGE PAI]D AT MOSMAN/??6JE63/N.S.W’ on plain window envelope. Renamed from Mossman’s Bay PO 1/8/1893. Mosman’s Bay: framed ‘MOSMAN’S BAY/????/????/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Douglas Bay, Isle of Man’ Raphael Tuck card, lightly worn corners. PO 16/4/1901. - G Giovanardi coloured PPC of ‘Mosmans Bay, Sydney Harbour, N.S.W.’, bearing 1d Arms, cancelled with Sydney machine of DE24 1910, to Hobart, mild corner wear. Moss Vale (2): ‘MOSS VALE/23DE0810-PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms with framed ‘EXETER/DE25/1908/N.S.W’ (A2) arrival on multicoloured PPC ‘Near Cader Idris, N. Wales’. Renamed from Sutton Forest North PO c.1869.

- 12 hr ‘MOSS VALE/2577/27SEP1988/PRIORITY/PAID/ OFFICE’ on 37c & 60c pair cover to Sydney. Mount Druitt: ‘PAID AT MT DRUITT/12SE68/NSW-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). PO 16/3/1892. Mount Kosciusko: ‘MT KOSCIUS[KO]/16NO37/N.S.W’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. Renamed from Hospice, Kosciusko PO 5/6/ 1909; TO 7/11/1942; PO 1/4/1946; closed 23/5/1961.

- oval Pictorial ‘THE SUMMIT MT.KOSCIUSKO/7308FT/ 31DEC63/N.S.W.-AUSTRALIA’ on 5d Xmas, on plain addressed cover. - oval pictorial ‘THE SUMMIT MT.KOSCIUSKO/6JAN70/N.S.W. AUSTRALIA’ on 6c Xmas, on plain addressed cover. Mount Victoria: framed ‘MOUNT VICTORIA/DE4/1904/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC, writing both sides. Renamed from One Tree Hill PO 1/7/1876.

Mulbring: ‘MULBRING/12DE53/N.S.W’ on 3d green QEII. PO

15/1/1900.

Mullumbimby: framed ‘MULLUMBIMBY/NO26/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘National Park, N.S.W’ Harding & Billing’s card, writing both sides, faults. PO 16/4/1891. Mulwala (2): 2 strikes of framed ‘MULWALA/NO1/05/N.S.W’ on 2d blue on Tatts cover, pin holes. PO 1/6/1866. Murrumbidgerie (3): framed ‘MURRUMBIDGERIE/AU16/1906/ N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC, faults. PO 1/4/1881; renamed

Wongarbon PO 27/4/1908.

Murrumburrah: 2 slightly overlapping strikes of framed ‘MURRUMBURRAH/AP27/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC, faults. Renamed from Merrimboolla PO 22/3/1860. Muswellbrook: 3 partly overlapping strikes of framed ‘MUSWELLBROOK/JA9/190?/N.S.W’ on ½d green vertical pair on black & white real photo PPC ‘Church with Steeple, Muswellbrook’ Billington’s Art Series card, message on front of card. PO 1/9/1837. - 28mm ‘MUSWELLBROOK/??????/N.S.W’ (arcs 3½,4) on 1d Arms on PPC. Nambucca Heads: framed ‘[NA]MBUCCA HEADS/SE30/1908/ [N.S.W]’ alongside illegible BN on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Glen Island, Maidenhead, River Thames’ Valentine’s Series card. PO 1/1/1881. Narrabri: 2 part strikes of ‘NARRABRI/11-A22DE09/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/6/1861. Neutral Bay: Black & white PPC for ‘Wallaringa Mansions, Neutral Bay Sydney NSW’ fine period advertising card, unused. PO 16/1/1889; closed 30/6/1986.

$8

1401 * A- A2 1402 * A- A2

$10 $8 $12 $8 $6

1403 * C B1 1404 * A- A2 1405 D A1 1406 * A A1 1407 * A A2

$8

1408 * A- A2

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

1409 D A2 1410 * A- B2

1411 * A- A2

1412 * A- B2 1413 * B B2 1414 * A A2 1415 * A- B2 1416 * A A11417 * A- B2 1418 D A A2

$15 $8

$8 $8 $30

Newcastle: 25mm ‘NEWCASTLE/24DE06-930PM/N.S.W.’ (no arcs) on stampless black & white PPC Rotary Photographic Series No. 4058R card. PO 1/3/1828. $8 - 26mm ‘POSTAL&TEL.DEP/5.NO.07/NEWCASTLE.N.S.W’ on red Telegram Form (Hancock Type N-D-16, no form number or ‘S’) with violet double-oval ‘DETAINED BY INTERRUPTION OF LINE’ handstamp applied, two small tears. $100 - black & white PPC ‘Nobbys and Beach, Newcastle, NSW.’ Giovanardi’s Series card, franked with 1d Arms, ‘NEWCASTLE/ 735P-1JE12/N.S.W’ (A1) cds, faults. $12 - 31mm ‘DISTRICT TELEPHONE OFFICE/[NOV]/4/1959/ NEWCASTLE. N.S.W.’ in violet on long PMG Department OHMS cover (no stamp), also cancelled with Newcastle 4 Nov 1959 slogan, addressed to Hamilton, NSW. $20 - multicoloured PPC ‘Nobbys, Newcastle, NSW.’, franked with 1d red KGV pair, Newcastle 7 Jul 1916 machine cancel, to U.S.A, faults. $20 Newport (2): ‘NEWPORT/28MR50/N.S.W’ (B1 backstamp) on 6d Kookaburra & 1/6d Hermes on Air Mail cover (small tear, some soiling) with blue registration label, addressed to England. TO 22/12/1888; RO 15/11/1889; PO 1/12/1890. $12 Newtown South: ‘PAID AT NEWTOWN SOUTH/2P-9MY86/NSWAUST’ (Price added?) in red. PO 1/10/1935; closed 3/5/1991. $6 Niagara Park (3): ‘POST OFFICE/1JUL’86/NIAGARA PARK, N.S.W. 2250’ (opening day) on 33c PSE, with Post Office Opened cachet, unaddressed. PO 1/6/1986; closed 30/9/1988. $20 Normanhurst: ‘NORMANHURST/4FE1910/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Renamed from South Hornsby PO 15/9/1905. $8 North Botany: framed ‘NORTH BOTANY/SP7/05/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on coloured PPC ‘Drifting at Sunset, Australia’ Art Series card, writing on front. [The first offered by us] Replaced Botany $50 Road PO 11/8/1890; renamed Mascot PO 7/12/1911.

1419 * A A2 1420 * A- A2 1421 * A B2 1422 D A2 1423 * A- A1

1424 * A A2 1425 * A- B2 1426 * A- A1 1427 * A- B2 1428 * A- A2

1429 D A- A2 1430 * A B1

1431 * B A2

1432 D A A2

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North Goulburn: ‘NORTH GOULBURN/2?DE1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘Mulwarree River, Goulburn’, minor faults. PO 20/11/1905. North Sydney: 25mm ‘NORTH SYDNEY/9OC06930AM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Renamed from St. Leonards PO

$15

- ‘POSTAGE PAID/AT/NORTH SYDNEY/2½D26OC43/N.S.W’ on Apostolic Delegation cover with addressee roughly ripped out from front. Nyngan: framed ‘NYNGAN/DE11/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘Sandor’s Cat Studies’ Raphael Tuck card.

$8

1/11/1890.

PO 16/9/1880.

Paddington: ‘PADDINGTON/PAID/8JA85/NSW-AUST-2021’ in red. PO 1/7/1851. 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.

Pambula: ‘PAMBULA/18JA58/N.S.W’ on 4d Xmas, addressed to Sydney. PO 1/9/1853. Parkes: ‘PARKES/24DE07-230PM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘St. Ann’s Square, Manchester’ with ‘A Merry Christmas’ overprint, corner faults. Renamed from Bushmans Lead

PO 1/12/1873.

Parramatta: ‘POSTAGE PAID/—■■20AP6-8/PARRAMATTA’ (hybrid dateline) in red (cut-to-shape). PO 1/3/1828. Peak Hill: framed ‘PEAK HILL/OC12/1905/N.S.W’ arrival on multicoloured NZ PPC ‘Kakahi/Bell Fall, Wanganui River’ Muir & Moodie, Dunedin card, franked with 1d Arms, framed ‘BATHURST/OC11/5-PM/05/N.S.W’ (B2) and small part of BN cancel, writing on front, corner faults. PO 7/11/1889. Peel: framed ‘PEEL/DE23/19/N.S.W’ (year and decade missing) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘South Head, Entrance to Sydney Harbour’ Art Series card, address heavily crossed out. PO 1/8/1856; closed 31/12/1965.

Pelican Island: framed ‘PELICAN ISLAND/DE2?/1907/N.S.W’ (ERD) on 1d Arms on real photo PPC Rotary Photographic Series card, minor faults. PO 1/1/1892; closed 30/11/1968. Petersham (2): ‘PETERSHAM/5JY121155AM/N.S.W’ on 1d pink on multicoloured PPC ‘Martin Place, Sydney’ J.C. Post Card Co. card, faults. Renamed from Norwood PO 1/7/1872. Picton: ‘PICTON/19MY1911/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC Rotary Photographic Plate Sunk Gem Series card No.P1737B. Renamed from Stonequarry PO 1/9/1841. Pitt Town: framed ‘PITT TOWN/FE10/1908/N.S.W’ (LRD) transit on PPC, stamp removed. PO 1/2/1859. Potts Point: ‘PAID AT POTTS POINT/12NO64/NSW-AUST’ on plain window envelope. PO 1/2/1937. Pyrmont (2): ‘PYRMONT/1?MY08-4.30PM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘St. Andrews Cathedral’ Swain & Co, Sydney card, minor faults. PO 27/11/1882. Quakers Hill R.A.N.A.T.E. P.O.: ‘R.A.N.A.T.E. QUAKERS HILL/ 20JY59/NSW-AUST’ on 6½d orange QEII pair. Renamed from Schofields R.A.N.A.S. PO 2/1/1958; closed 31/1/1994.

- ‘R.A.N.A.T.E. QUAKERS HILL/-9SE82/NSW 2764’ on 27c Tree Frog. Quambone: framed ‘QUAMBONE/JA16/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. Renamed from Merri Merri PO 4/4/1871. Queanbeyan: ‘QUEANBEYAN/12NO07.5-PM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Christ Church, Queanbeyan’. PO 1/1/1836. Queen Victoria Buildings: 30½mm ‘QUEEN VICTORIA BUILDINGS/PAID AT/9AP76/[AUST.]-2000’ in red. Renamed from

$8

$10 $5 $16 $8

$8 $5

$12

$20 $50 $10 $8 $10 $12 $12 $6 $8 $8 $15

Queen Victoria Markets PO 1/5/1918.

$5

1858.

$8

Quirindi: ‘QUIRINDI/24OC07-730PM/N.S.W’ arrival on multicoloured PPC ‘Upper Bognor Road, Bognor’, franked with 1d Arms, Sydney 24 Oct 1907 cds cancel, corner faults. PO 1/1/ Rawsonville: framed ‘RAWSONVILLE/FE21/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC. Renamed from Belarbigill

PO 7/12/1903; closed 23/11/1935.

Raymond Terrace: framed ‘RAYMOND TERRACE/DE1/1908/ N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Paterson River’, small edgeing faults. PO 30/8/1834. 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. Robertson: framed ‘ROBERTSON/JA24/190?/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Belmore Falls’, faults.

$60 $12 $25

Renamed from McCollom’s PO 1/2/1869.

$12

1993.

$15

Rockley: framed ‘ROCKLEY/DE22/1910/N.S.W’ transit alongside 2 poor strikes of framed ‘MOUNT DAVID/DE22/1910/ N.S.W’ (C2) on ½d green pair on PPC. PO 1/1/1851; closed 28/8/ Rose Bay East: ‘ROSE BAY EAST/2DE43/N.S.W-AUST’ on reduced OHMS front with ‘ROSE BAY EAST/”R199”‘ in lieu of registration label. PO 3/10/1938; closed 11/6/1979. Royal Exchange: ‘PAID AT ROYAL EXCHANGE/ 8½D19MY49/N.S.W’ in red on cover to Melbourne with blue registration label, endorsed ‘PER AIRMAIL’ [8½d = 5½d airmail + 3d registration] Renamed from Exchange PO 1/7/1938. Rye Park: framed ‘RYE PARK/FE5/1907/N.S.W’ arrival alongside framed ‘GOULBURN/FE4/330PM/07/N.S.W’ (A2) & BN ‘35’ (A2) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Market St, Manchester’, faults. PO 1/7/1870. Salamander Bay: ‘SALAMANDER BAY/8MR63/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. PO 1/3/1956.

$5

$20

$8 $5


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 San Isidore: ‘SAN ISIDORE/5JY69/NSW-AUST’ on piece. PO 1/5/

1964; closed 31/7/1978.

1434 * A- A1+ Scheyville Camp: ‘SCHEYVILLE CAMP/24JE52/N.S.W-AUST’ on stampless Money Order Advices cover, a few wrinkles. PO 1435 * A A1

1436 D A A2 1437 * A A2 1438 D A A1 1439 * B B2 1440 * B B2 1441 * B B2

1442 D A2 1443 * A B1 1444 D A A1 1445 * A- A2 1446 S A- A2 1447 * A- B2 1448 S A A2 1449 * A A2 1450 D A A1 1451 D A B21452 * A A1 1453 * A- A1 1454 * A- A2 1455 S A A2 1456 D A11457 D A B2 1458 * A A1 1459 * B A11460 * A- A2 1461 D A C1 1462 * B B2

1463 * A- A2

$5

12/12/1949; renamed Scheyville PO 1/10/1963.

$20

Schofields R.A.N.A.S. PO 1/4/1953.

$30 $5

Schofields R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. SCHOFIELDS/ 6MY48/N.S.W-AUST’ on 4d Koala on Red Cross cover to Sydney with blue registration label. PO 20/8/1946; renamed - cut-down ‘ MO /21MR47/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. Settlement City: ‘* LICENSED POST OF[FICE] */1/ 19FEB1996/SETTLEMENT CITY/N.S.W./2444’ on certification receipt. LPO c.1995. Shoal Bay: ‘SHOAL BAY/9FE60/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. PO 18/2/1952; closed 30/4/1993.

Shooter’s Hill: framed ‘SHOOTERS HILL/JA18/19??/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC ‘Cats’, faults. PO 1/12/1889; closed 9/3/1978. Shortland: ‘SHORTLAND/25MY37/N.S.W.’ on 1d green QE & 2d red KGV x2 on cover with blank blue provisional registration label, cover repaired. TO 2/11/1931; PO 14/5/1934. Singleton: framed ‘SINGLETON/AP25/1906/N.S.W’ on ½d green, violet ‘PRINTED MATTER ONLY’ handstamp, on black & white real photo PPC ‘In the Meadows’ Kerry card, small part on lower edge missing. Renamed from Darlington PO 1/12/1841. - violet double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/28/JUN/1937/SINGLETON, N.S.W.’ on piece. Smithfield: ‘SMITHFIELD/29JA82/NSW-2164’ on 80c & $2 on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/5/1857. - violet triple-oval ‘POST OFFICE/1 25SEP1986 1/SMITHFIELD NSW 2164’ on 36c Platypus. Sofala: framed ‘SOFALA/DE25/190?/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on embossed PPC. PO 1/11/1851. South Annandale: 30mm ‘SOUTH ANNANDALE/19AU36/ [N.S.W.]’ on 2d Cable. [Recorded used 1935-7 only.] Renamed from South Leichhardt PO 1/9/1916; renamed Westgate PO 1/5/1937.

South Bathurst: ‘SOUTH BATHURST/29AP1911/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicloured PPC ‘Cat’s Row, Dunbar’, crease, minor corner faults. PO 3/3/1909; closed 2/11/1981. South Kensington: ‘SOUTH KENSINGTON/14JY36/[N.S.W]’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/5/1913; renamed Kingsford PO 1/10/1936. South Singleton: framed ‘SOUT[H SI]NGLETON/SP30/ 1907/N.S.W’ (ERD) on stampless PPC. PO 16/12/1901; closed

23/8/1974.

South West Rocks: ‘SOUTH WEST ROCKS/29DE59/N.S.W’ on 5d Xmas. PO 24/9/1903. St. Elmo (2): ‘ST ELMO/19JE27/N.S.W’ type 2A on 1½d Canberra. [Not recorded by Hopson & Tobin] RO 17/5/1915; PO 2/12/1918; renamed Baerami Creek PO 15/12/1927.

St. James: ‘ST.JAMES/27NO72/NSW-AUST’ on 2c, 20c & 35c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 12/7/1965. St. Mary’s: violet ‘T1 * POST OFFICE/15DEC1981/ST. MARYS, N.S.W. 2760’ on stampless PMG front. PO 1/10/1840. St. Mary’s North: ‘ST.MARY’S NORTH/20MR81/NSW-AUST’ on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/2/1962; closed 5/8/ 1991.

‘ST

St. Peters: framed PETERS/NO23/1914/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 1d red KGV. PO 1/10/1851. 1JY8? - ‘ST.PETERS/PAID/ /NSW-AUST-2044’ in red. Stanford Merthyr: ‘STANFORD MERTHYR/5AP57/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. PO 2/3/1914; closed 30/10/1971. Stannifer: ‘STANNIFER/13JY71/N.S.W’ (LRD by 37yrs!!) on 6c & 15c x2 on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1880; closed 29/12/1973.

Strathfield: ‘STRATHFIELD/30JU08-15.15PM/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Cats’, damaged areas including tear. Renamed from Redmyre PO 1/4/1886. Stroud: framed ‘STROUD/SP30/190?/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. PO 1/11/1851. Sue City: ‘SUE CITY/14NO60/NSW-AUST’ on 5d Guides. PO 5/1/ 1959; closed 8/12/1961. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

Sunny Corner: framed ‘SUNNY CORNER/DE4/N.S.W’ (year missing) arrival alongside framed ‘KATOOMBA/DE3/ 1905/N.S.W’ (B2) on 1d Arms and framed ‘YETHOLME/DE4/ 1905/N.S.W’ (B2) transit on PPC, faults. Renamed from Mitchell PO 16/8/1888; closed 19/10/1984.

Surry Hills: ‘SURRY HILLS/9MR44/N.S.W.’ (arcs 4,3) on 5½d Emu on cover with ‘SURRY HILLS/”R196”‘ in lieu of registration label. Renamed from Bourke Street PO 15/9/1883. 1464 D A B1 Sussex Inlet South: ‘SUSSEX INLET STH/17FE64/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue. PO 1/4/1952; closed 1/7/1985. 1465 S A- A2 Sydney: ‘SYDNEY/E/AU8/85/16 - N.S.W’ framed duplex on 1d DLR pair. PO 25/4/1809. 1466 * A- A2 - ‘SHIP ROOM/1NOV1910/SYDNEY N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘George St, Sydney’ G. Giovanardi card, rough corners, to New Zealand. - poor ‘G.P.O. SYDNEY 146/5-A12DE61/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2/5d 1467 * ARegistration Envelope (ASC #R41a, Cat $100) with ‘FROM ANNEXE’ on blue provisional label. [The Annexe was at Yurong St.] 1468 * A A2 - 31mm double-circle ‘ACCOUNTS PAYABLE/25JAN1983/SUBSECTION. SYDNEY’ (8DL) in violet on long APO cover. 1469 S A A2+ - boxed ‘[MI]SSENT TO/SYDNEY/N.S.W.’ (White #V2) on Qld 6d green Chalon (SG #18). [Rare] 1470 * A- A1 Sydney Harbour Bridge (1): ‘SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE/6P21MR32/1’ on 2d type, 2d & 3d recess cancelled with special machine cancel poor yellow & gold label, Urquhart cover. [Rare] PO 19/3/1932; closed 2/4/1932.

$5 $5

1471 * C B2 1472 * B A2 1473 * B B2 1474 * A- A2 1475 * B A2 1476 * A- B2

$15 $25

1477 * B B2

$12

1478 * B A2

$8

1479 * B A1-

$6 $4 $8 $10 $10 $4 $10 $4 $150 $8 $10 $8

1480 * B B2 1481 * A- A2 1482 * A- A2

1483 * A- A1 1484 * B A2 1485 * A- A1

1486 D C2 1487 * B B2

1488 * B B2

$10 $5 $4 $100 $8 $8

1489 S A B2 1490 * A- A2

$4 $5 $4 $10

$40 $8 $50

$50

$8 $12 $12 $15 $10

28/8/1977.

$15

1868.

$10

Tocumwal: 2 strikes of framed ‘TOCUMWAL/SP21/ 1903/N.S.W’ (A2 backstamp) on 2d blue & 3d green on registered Tatts cover, pin holes and receipt remainders. PO 1/8/ Toronto: framed ‘TORONTO/NO16/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC, corner faults. PO 1/10/1889. Tumberumba: framed ‘TUMBERUMBA/JA20/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Norfolk Bridge, Shoreham’, vertical tear and trimmed along lower edge. PO 1/8/1860; renamed

Tumbarumba PO 15/12/1915.

Turramurra: ‘TURRAMURRA/19AP51/N.S.W’ (A2 backstamp) on 9d Platypus on cover (roughly opened) with blue registration label. PO 16/8/1890. Ulamambri: 2 strikes of ‘ULAMAMBRI/8MR45/N.S.W.’ on 2½d Gloucester pair on cover to USA. PO 27/6/1922; closed 30/6/1977. Ulmarra: framed ‘ULMARRA/JU11/1906/N.S.W’ tied light rays ‘250’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Grafton fron South Grafton, showing Susan Island’, message on front of card. PO 1/4/1859.

Urana: 3 strikes of ‘URANA/22FE09-1PM/N.S.W.’ on ½d green pair on PPC. PO 1/1/1861. Wentworth: framed ‘WENTWORTH/JU7/1902/N.S.W’ alongside illegible triple-circle cancel on 2d blue on Shierlaw front. Renamed from Moorna PO 19/6/1860. Wentworth Falls: ‘WENTWORTH FALLS/19FE1908/N.S.W.’ arrival alongside 1d Arms with ‘MANLY/18FE08-4.45PM/N.S.W.’ (A2) cds on black & white real photo PPC ‘Hollis Memorial Fountain, Botanic Gardens, Goulburn, NSW’ E. Mason card, clipped corner. PO 20/11/1886. Wentworthville: ‘PAID AT WENTWORTHVILLE/?73/NSWAUST’ in red. PO 10/10/1890. Wheeo: framed ‘WHEEO/JA7/1911/N.S.W’ arrival alongside framed ‘HAY/JA6/11/N.S.W’ (B2) & BN ‘245’ (B2) on 1d Arms on PPC, faults. [The first offered by us] PO 1/5/1856; TO 1/5/1946;

$6

$12 $8 $12

$12 $8 $6

$15 $4

closed 16/3/1960.

$30

Renamed from Prospect Reservoir PO 1/11/1900; closed 30/6/1931.

$70

31/12/1960.

$15

Mount Murchison PO 1/6/1868.

$20

closed 28/2/1970.

$15

Kings Cross PO 1/1/1965.

$15

Widemere: framed ‘WIDEMERE/FE/0119/N.S.W’ (ERD - day missing, year & decade inverted & in front of ‘19’ ?) transit and framed ‘WENTWORTHVILLE/DE20/1910/N.S.W’ (B2-) arrival alongside ‘BALLINA/16DE10.3PM/N.S.W.’ (A1-) on 1d Arms on black & white real photo ‘River Street, looking East’ Crown Studios Sydney card, large crease. [The first offered by us] Wilbertree Flat: ‘WILBER[TRE]E FLAT/21AU34/N.S.W’ on 2d Vic Centenary. RO 10/9/1906; PO 15/8/1910; TO 1/8/1960; closed

Wilcannia: 30mm ‘TELEGRAPHS/2/MAY/1959/*WILCANNIA, N.S.W.*’ in magenta on TG.42 Telegram form. Renamed from

1491 * B B2

Wilde’s Meadow: framed ‘WILDE’S MEADOW/DE25/ 1911/N.S.W’ arrival alongside 1d Arms cancelled with Sydney Dec 23 1991 machine on black & white PPC ‘Hawkesbury River’, corner creases. Renamed from Myra Vale PO 1/12/1900;

1492 * A- A2

William Street: 27mm ‘WILLIAM STREET/2AU11.215P/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on embossed PPC, small tear. PO 11/8/1873; renamed

$10

$8

Tartna Point: framed ‘TARTNA POINT/DE20/1909/N.S[.W]’ on 1d Arms on PPC, corner missing. PO 1/8/1897; closed 8/12/1951. Tathra: framed ‘TATHRA/MR22/1907/N.S.W’ arrival on multicoloured PPC ‘Bridge St, Sydney (2 views)’, heavily toned on back, stamp removed. PO 20/11/1882. The Exchange: ‘THE EXCHANGE/415P20NO11/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Bare Island Fortifications, Botany Bay’, faults. PO 1/7/1882; renamed Exchange PO c.-/4/1917. The Rock: framed ‘THE ROCK/24DE/1902/N.S.W’ arrival on black & white PPC ‘Brunnen and Urirothstock’ sent from Lucerne, Switzerland, message on front of card. PO 1/9/1880. Thirroul: framed ‘THIRROUL/JU27/1910/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘In Our Bush - A Mountain Cascade’ H & B card, faults. Renamed from Robbinsville PO 1/11/1891. Tia: framed ‘TIA/16AU/1907/N.S.W’ transit and ‘WALCHA/ 15JA07-8-AM/N.S.W.’ (A1-) arrival alongside part of Sydney 14 Jan 1907 cds on 1d Arms on tinted real photo ‘Botanical Gardens, Sydney’, Kerry card. PO 1/2/1901; TO 6/1/1967; closed

1493 * A- A1- Williamtown R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. WILLIAMTOWN/ 430P7FE64/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d Christmas on registered air cover to Melbourne, some light toning. 1494 D A B1 Willson’s Downfall: unframed ‘WILLSON’S DOWNFALL/DE21/ 1898/=N.S.W=’ alongside 1d & 2d blue strip of 3 cancelled with illegible numeral. PO 1/6/1875; TO 8/6/1957; closed 27/9/1976. 1495 * B B1 Windsor: ‘WINDSOR/13MY24/=N.S.W=’ on 1½d green KGV on long N.S.Wales Parliament cover (small logo on flap), toning, pin holes, creases. PO 1/3/1828. 1496 * B Wollongong: multicoloured PPC ‘Court House, Wollongong’ G.G. Wensemius card, franked with 1d Arms, poor framed Wollongong My 1 1907 NSW cds (C2), tear and large stain on back. PO 1/8/1832. 1497 * A- A2 Woodford (3): ‘WOODFORD/■■9JA1908■/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Mosman Bay, Sydney’ Art Series card, minor coner faults. PO 19/8/1907. 1498 * A- B2 Woolgoolga: 2 strikes of framed ‘WOOLGOOLGA/DE22/19/ N.S.W’ (decade & year missing) on ½d green pair on framed real photo PPC ‘The Bridge, Lane Cove River, Sydney’ H & B card, small corner faults. PO 1/9/1884.

$20 $10 $8

$10 $8

$12


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1499 * A- B2

1500 * B B2 1501 D A B1 1502 * B B2 1503 * A- A2

Woomargama: framed ‘WOOMARGAMA/2DE/1908/N.S.W’ (ERD by 6 years) on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘River Murray And Railway Bridge, Albury’, to Tynong, Victoria. PO 1/8/ 1875.

Woy Woy (2): framed ‘WOY WOY/JA12/1909/N.S.W’ alongside illigible BN on 1d Arms on PPC. RO 10/9/1892; PO 1/7/1895. Wyangala Dam: ‘WYANGALA DAM/5AP62/N.S.W.’ on 5d blue QEII. PO 14/3/1929; closed c.1998. Yerong Creek: ‘YERONG CREEK/4FE13/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Balmoral Beach, Sydney’ with ‘Many Happy Returns’ overprint, creases, corner faults. PO 1/10/1882. Yetman: 2 strikes of framed ‘YETMAN/MR24/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white real photo PPC ‘Dogs’ Rotary Photographic Series. PO 1/9/1867.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Travelling Post Offices 1504 S A- B2 North: 27½mm framed ‘TRAVELLING P/O. NORTH/JA11/88/ [N.S].W’ Peck #N9 on 1d red QV. [Rated 9] 1505 * A A2 South: framed ‘TRAVELLING P.O. NO2 SOUTH/U/DE25/ 1905/N.S.W.’ (ERD) Peck #2S3a on 1d Arms (fault) on multicoloured PPC. [Rated 7] 1506 D A A2 - 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘TRAVELLING PO SOUTH NO3/ SE27/98/N.S.W’ Peck #3S3 on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2 on reg. piece. [Rated 7] 1507 S A A2 South West: [‘T.P.O].SOUTH WEST/13SE16/N.S.W’ Peck #SW2 on 1d red KGV. [Rated 7] 1508 S A A2 West: 23mm ‘TRAVELLING P.O.No1 WEST.A/OC16/98/N.S.W’ (#1W9) on 1d Arms pair. [Rated 7] 1509 D A A2- - 2 strikes of ‘T.P.O.1.WEST/DOWN-22MR08/2/N.S.W.’ Peck #1W11 on 1d Arms x3. [Rated 7] 1510 * A B2 - ‘T.P.O.1. WEST/UP-7OC??/2/N.S.W.’, Peck #1W19, on 1d green & 2d red KGV on A.E. Marsh, Mudgee (Agent for Machinery, Insurance etc) cover, to Sydney. [Rated 4] 1511 * A A2 - ‘T.P.O.1. WEST/26AP67D/1/N.S.W-AUST’ Peck #1W22b on 4c red QEII on Lithgow District Historical Society cover (light toning). 1512 * A A2 - 2 strikes of ‘T.P.O.1. WEST/8MR72U/1/N.S.W-AUST’ Peck #1W22b on 3c coil & 4c Bible Society on cover. 1513 S A A2 - 27mm ‘[T.P.O].NO2.WEST/15JL16/N.S.W’ Peck #2W7 on 1d red KGV. [Rated 7] 1514 D A B2 - 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘TRAVELLING P.O.NO3 WEST/ JY5/05/N.S.W’ Peck #3W5 on 1d Arms & 2d blue. [Rated 7] 1515 S A A2 - ‘T.P.O.NO3 WEST/10JE13/N.S.W’, Peck #3W6 on 6d orange pair. [Rated 7]

1535 **/* A A1 $30 $6 $6 $10 $10

$60 $60 $25

1523 * A D2

1524 D B1 1525 D A A1 1526 * A B1

31/12/1982.

Mataranka (3): poor ‘MATARANKA/29MY53/NORTHERN TERRITORY’ (LRD by 3 yrs) on 6½d green KGVI on air cover to Adelaide. [Rated R - the first offered by us.] PO 1/6/1946; TO 30/5/ 1964; closed 8/10/1976.

Palmerston (3): double-circle ‘PALMERSTON/ 19MAY1997/2/N.T. 0830’ in violet on 45c cut-out. PO 15/10/1984. Tindal R.A.A.F. P.O.: double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/3SEP1993/ RAAF TINDAL NT 0853’ on 45c Wallaby. PO 29/8/1988. Victoria River Downs (2): ‘VICTORIA RIVER DOWNS/ ??JUN1996/NT 0852’ on SHB Postage Paid window envelope.

QUEENSLAND 1527 F A C1 1528 F A 1529 F A D1 1530 V A B2 1531 *

A- B1

1532 *

A B2

1533 F A- C3 1534 *** A- B1

1537 **/* A A1 1538 F A D1

QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1544 *** A 1895 QV Sideface No Numerals Void Background 2d blue on buff stock, HG #KB3. - 2d blue on blue stock, HG #KB3. $30 1545 *** A

| Postal Stationery - Wrappers $25 QUEENSLAND 1892 QV With Lined Background ½d green, wove cream 1546 *** A paper, end of text above S of QUEENSLAND, no gum, HG #E1/. *** A1895 QV With Void Background ½d green, laid paper, text $20 1547 76½mm, 12mm text to stamp, HG #E2. 1899 QV Dowager Portrait ½d green with text 77mm long, 1548 *F B bottom of stamp aligned with last line, HG #E9, used from $12 Brisbane to Albion, TRC torn off. $8 QUEENSLAND | Numerals 1549 S A B2 21: rays on 1d 4-Corners. Allocated to Adavale-PO 1/1/1881; closed $15 1/2/1991. 1550 S A- B2 24: rays on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Banana-PO 1/9/ $20 1861. 1551 S B A2 29: rays (1f) on 1868 2d Chalon. [Rated RR] Allocated to Theresa $15 Creek-PO c.1863; replaced by Coppermines PO 31/12/1863; replaced by 1552 S A A2 1553 S A A2

$30 $8

1554 S A A2 1555 S A A2 1556 S A A2

1558 S A A2 1559 S A B2

$12

1560 S A A2

$25

1561 S A A2 1562 S A A2

$5

$4 $4

$90 $20

1565 S 1566 S 1567 S 1568 S 1569 D

1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Clean-Cut Perf 14-16 6d olive-yellow, SG #11, Cat £100. $70 1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Rough Perf 14-16 (6d) Registered imperf on 2 sides, SG #20, cancelled with ‘20[1]’ rays (A2-) of Rockhampton. $30 1864-65 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Perf 13 ‘REGISTERED’ (6d) orange-yellow, SG #49, Cat £35. $25 1868-74 Small Chalon Wmk Truncated Star Perf 13 1d orange-vermilion, SG #59, part of ‘QU’ also showing in wmk. $4 1879-80 Sideface Wmk 2nd Crown/Q 6d deep green SG 142, light blue pencil mark on face. $110 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 1st Crown/Q Sideways £1 deep green pair, SG #156, Cat £750+, part og $400 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 3rd Crown/Q Thick Paper £1 deep green, SG #161, Cat £60, couple of small faults. $25 1895 Lined-Oval No Wmk Burelé Band Perf 12½,13 1d orange-red TRC block of 30 (5x6), SG #206c, Cat £75+, (26 **), couple of small tonespots, otherwise fine. $90

1570 S 1571 S 1572 S

$5 $6

$20

1898; closed 16/8/1991.

Renamed from Lilly Vale PO c.1875; RO 31/3/1885; closed c.1888.

- rays on 2d Void-Oval. [Rated RR] Allocated to Alice-Renamed from

Alice River R.S. PO 1/1/1887; RO c.-/7/1906; PO c.1920; RO c.1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 7/10/1972. 66: rays on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Birralee-RO 25/2/ 1874; PO 1/9/1881; closed c.-/6/1909.

95: rays (1d - 5mm numbers) on 1d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Beenleigh-PO 1/8/1867.

1868.

101: rays on 2d blue Lined-Oval. Allocated to Killarney North-

1574 S A A2

- rays (1e) on 2d blue Sideface. [Rated S] Allocated to Village Of

1578 S A A2+

$5

Allocated to St. Lawrence-PO 1/1/1864.

56: rays on 1d Lined-Oval. [Rated S] Allocated to Corfield-PO 5/10/

133: rays (N2a - rounded ‘3’s), on 6d green Chalon. [Rated RR]

1577 S A A2

$30

$10 $4

47: rays on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Cardwell-PO 10/7/1864. 48: ‘48’ on 1871 6d yellow-green Chalon (SG #68). [Rated RR]

1573 S A A2

1576 S A A2+

$10

1864; closed 30/4/1991.

Renamed from Killarney North R.S. PO 26/6/1889; renamed North Killarney PO c.1897; renamed Killarney PO 27/10/1905. A- A2 103: rays on 2d 4-Corners (tone spots). [Rated R] Allocated to Avondale-RO 22/7/1890; PO 8/9/1898; closed c.1984. A- A2+ 113: rays on 1876 1d rose-red Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Pimpama-PO 16/4/1868; RO 3/2/1889; PO c.1924; closed 22/1/1988. A A2+ 115: rays on 2d Lined-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Breakfast CreekPO 9/7/1866; RO 1/3/1893; PO 1/7/1894; closed c.-/11/1911. A A2 120: rays on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Cambooya-PO 12/3/1869. A A2 121: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair. Allocated to Clifton-PO 20/4/1869; renamed King’s Creek PO 24/7/1869; renamed Clifton PO c.1869. A A2 125: rays on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Capella-PO 5/12/ 1882. A A2 130: rays on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Burenda-PO 1/9/1869; renamed Ellangowan PO 31/8/1877; renamed Augathella PO 28/5/1883. A A2 131: rays (1e) on 1876 2d blue Chalon. Allocated to Caboolture-PO 1/9/1869.

1575 S A A2-

$30 $30

$30 $5

31: rays on 1d pink Sideface. Allocated to Allora-PO 31/3/1863. 41: rays on 2½d Sideface. [Rated S] Allocated to Yaamba-PO 1/1/

- rays on 1d 4-Corners. 96: ‘96’ BN (figures 9mm high) on 1882 1d Sideface. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Maryborough-PO 18/1/1849. 1563 S A A2+ 100: rays on 1d 4-Corners pair. Allocated to Cunnamulla-PO 1/3/ 1564 S A A2-

$20

$40

Clermont PO 1/7/1864.

1557 S A A2+ 58: on 1876 2d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Lily Vale$20

$40

QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1880 Chalon on Cream to Buff Stock 1d vermilion on cream 1539 *** Astock, HG #1. $60 - 1d vermilion on buff, HG #1, cancelled with ‘214’ rays tied with 1540 *F C poor Toowoomba of FE22/84, a few faults. $15 1541 *** A 1889-91 QV Oval Sideface 2d blue with dots for address line, HG #5. $40 1898 QV Sideface Views With 2 Line Heading 1½d black on 1542 *** Abuff, with view ‘A Western Station’, HG #11, very minor toning. $70 1543 PS A1911 QV Sideface 3 Line Heading With Dividing Line with view ‘KAMERUNGA STATE NURSERY, NEAR CAIRNS, NORTH QUEENSLAND’, HG #19a, cancelled with squaredcircle ‘TANUNDA/2/2DE11/[S_A], slight crease. Scarce and unusual commercial use in SA. $150

$40

PO 19/1/1954.

A B1

1895-96 Void-Oval Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 1d orange-red block of 4 (2**), SG #210. 1897-1908 4-Corners Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 2½d rose SG 236. 1907-11 Wmk Crown/A Perf 12½,13 ½d deep green corner block of 9 (7 **) with sheet number . - 6d yellow-green block of 4, SG #296, Cat £18, unusually cancelled with ‘BRANCH PARCEL OFFICE/SYDNEY.’ roller.

$15

NORTHERN TERRITORY | Postal History 1516 * A1930 (Aug 4) use of 4d SM P14 perf ‘OS’ KGV (cat $600), 6d SM perf ‘OS’ Roo & 3d green Airmail on North Australia OHMS cover, airmailed to Canberra. A rare combination of mixed official & non-official stamps during the short period when North Australia was an official political entity. [Between 1927 and 1931 NT was divided into North Australia and Central Australia.] $450 NORTHERN TERRITORY 1517 D A A1 Alice Springs: 29mm ‘ALICE SPRINGS/13MR33/N.T.’ on 2d Bridge ‘OS’. PO 1/1/1878. 1518 * A A1 - 29mm ‘ALICE SPRINGS/13SE25/N.T.’ on 3d Jubilee on on Howard Johnson cover. 1519 D A A2 - 29mm ‘ALICE SPRINGS/28JL36/[N.T.]’ on 2d red KGV. 1520 * A A2 - 2 strikes of ‘ALICE SPRINGS/4/10JUN1986/N.T.5750’, on 33c Xmas & 80c Horses pair on cover (light toning) with green & white Certified Mail label, sent to Roseville, NSW. 1521 * A A1 Darwin (2): ‘M.O.O. DARWIN/2AP63/N.T.-AUST’ on Telephone Account. PO 19/2/1946. 1522 D A A1 Hermannsburg (2): pictorial ‘[church]/12FEB2002/Mission Church/HERMANNSBURG/NT 0872’ on 45c. PO 1/11/1959; CMA

1536 *

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Allocated to Myall Creek-PO 1/8/1854; renamed Dalby PO c.1855.

Logan-PO 1/1/1870; renamed Logan Village PO c.1886; closed 7/2/1969. 137: ‘137’ on 1868 2d Chalon. [Rated RRR] Allocated to YandillaPO 1/3/1870; RO 1/10/1878; PO 14/3/1892; closed 8/1/1973. - rays on 1d orange Sideface pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Biggenden-PO 16/5/1891; RO 1/4/1893; PO c.1895. 148: rays on 2½d Lined-Oval pair. Allocated to Thursday IslandReplaced Somerset PO c.1877. 165: BN (7mm high) on 5/- Chalon left margin unit. Allocated to Charters Towers-PO 17/5/1872.

$6 $60 $25 $10 $30 $4 $60 $5 $4 $6 $60 $15 $4 $5 $6 $5 $15 $20 $8 $40 $6 $10 $15


Page 24 1579 S 1580 S 1581 S 1582 D

A- A2 A A2 A A2 A A2

1583 S A A2 1584 S A A2 1585 D A A2 1586 S A B2 1587 S A B2 1588 D A A11589 D A B1

1590 S A A2

1591 S A A2 1592 D A B2 1593 S A A21594 S A A2 1595 S A A2 1596 D A B1 1597 D A A2 1598 S B B2 1599 S B B2

1600 S A A2 1601 S A B2 1602 S B B2 1603 D A A2 1604 S A- A2 1605 S A B2 1606 S A A2 1607 S A B2 1608 S A B2 1609 S A B2 1610 S A B2 1611 D A B2 1612 S A A2 1613 S A- A2 1614 S A A2 1615 S A B2 1616 S A A2-

1617 S A A2 1618 S A A2 1619 S B B2 1620 * B B1

Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 - rays (1e) on 2d blue Lined-Oval, some slight toning. 172: ‘172’ rays on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Unallocated 206: BN on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Croydon-PO 20/3/1886. 207: BN on 1d 4-Corners x2. [Rated S] Allocated to Coomera

Township-PO 18/9/1875; renamed Coomera PO 3/9/1889; closed 30/1/ 1973. 226: BN on 1d 4-Corners. Allocated to Albion-PO 1/11/1876. 227: BN on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Cairns-PO 7/10/1876; renamed Orchid Plaza PO 1/5/1991. 231: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated S] Allocated to Murphy’s CreekPO 18/5/1868. 232: ‘232’ BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Maida HillPO 8/9/1877; renamed Bell PO c.1898; renamed Malakoff PO 26/6/1907; closed 31/10/1930. 239: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Anakie-RO 1/11/ 1885; PO 12/3/1894. 255: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated R] Allocated to BlackwaterPO 19/7/1877.

258: BN on 1d & 2d 4-Corners x2 tied by unframed ‘FORTITUDE VALLEY/1.15/MR27/01/QUEENSLAND’ (C1) and straight-line ‘[RE]GISTERED/[FORTITUD]E VALLEY’ (B3). Allocated to Fortitude Valley-PO 20/8/1877.

266: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Emu Creek

Siding-RO c.1874; PO 1/11/1877; renamed Greenmount PO 1/1/1879; renamed Greenmount R.S. PO 21/8/1901; renamed Greenmount PO c./2/1910. 268: BN of ‘268’ on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Floraville-PO 15/9/1883; RO c.1915; closed c.1916. 277: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Coen-RO 26/7/ 1888; PO 20/6/1893. 280: light clear BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Unallocated 290: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated S] Allocated to Crows Nest-PO 1/7/1878. 307: BN on 2d Lined-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Bulimba-PO 1/9/ 1870. 312: BN on 1d & 2d 4-Corners x2. [Rated RR] Allocated to Dulacca-PO 3/3/1879; RO c.1902; PO c.-/1/1909.

320: 3 light strikes of BN on 1d x3 & 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R]

Allocated to Listowel Downs-PO 1/1/1880; renamed Listowel PO c.1897; closed c.1910. 322: on 1d 1st Sideface (faults). [Rated RRR] Unallocated

323: ‘323’ on faded 2d Void-Oval, tied by small-part ‘[KI]NC[ORA]’. Allocated to North Branch-PO 1/1/1880; RO 1/1/1882;

closed c.1910; Re-allocated to Kincora PO 1/4/1882; RO c.-/11/1909; PO 1/7/1927; closed 17/12/1930. 328: BN on 2d Lined-Oval. Allocated to Burketown-PO 1/1/1883. 331: BN on 1d 2-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Coorparoo-PO 15/4/1880. 332: BN on 1d 4-Corners (faulty). [Rated RRR] Allocated to Culbarra-Renamed from Burdekin; renamed Mulgrave PO c.1880; PO 1/4/1880; renamed Clare PO 1/1/1882; closed c.1916. 336: BN on 1d 4-Corners. Allocated to Thursday Island-Replaced Somerset PO c.1877. 337: on 1d Lined-Oval (thinned). [Rated RR] Allocated to Star River-PO 8/6/1882; renamed Argentine PO c.1888; RO c.-/2/1910; closed c.1915. 338: BN on 2d 4-Corners pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to Return Creek-PO 17/8/1882; renamed Coolgarra PO 1/1/1883; closed 28/2/ 1968. 341: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Nudgee-PO 19/8/1882. 349: ‘349’ BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to MungarRenamed from Mary River Saw Mills RO c.1882; PO 5/5/1883; closed 26/1/1977. 350: BN on 2d Lined-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Dungeness-PO 4/8/1874; RO 1/1/1880; PO 16/6/1883; closed 6/10/1896; Re-allocated to Lucinda PO 6/10/1896; RO c.-/9/1906; PO c.-/5/1909. 360: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Rocklands-RO 1/7/ 1878; PO 1/7/1883; closed 26/4/1885; Re-allocated to Camooweal PO 27/4/1885. 361: BN on 2½d Lined-Oval. [Rated RR] Allocated to Pine Hill-PO 1/11/1883; closed 31/1/1977. 362: ‘362’ on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to QueentonRO c.1880; PO 15/11/1883; closed 31/7/1977. 363: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to HomebushPO 5/12/1883; closed 31/12/1976.

373: BN on 1d Void-Oval pair (a bit of pink staining). [Rated R]

Allocated to Ma Ma Creek-RO 17/9/1881; PO 1/5/1884. 377: on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Sea Hill-RO c.1879; PO 1/7/1884; closed c.1924. 378: BN on 2d Void-Oval. [Rated RR] Allocated to Curiwildi-PO 23/9/1884; renamed Dirranbandi PO 2/2/1886; closed 30/6/1887.

380: light BN on 1d Void-Oval. [Rated R - almost certainly used during the Neereeadah period.] Allocated to Emu Vale-Renamed

from Emu Creek RO c.1881; PO 15/7/1884; renamed Neereeadah PO c./2/1895; renamed Emu Vale PO 10/10/1898; closed 18/1/1978. 381: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Southwood-RO c.1883; PO 1/7/1884; closed c.-/5/1906. 384: BN on 2d Void-Oval. Allocated to Alpha-PO 24/9/1884. 385: BN on 2d 4-Corners (faults). [Rated RR] Allocated to NerangRenamed from Nerang Creek PO c.1877.

387: BN on 2d 4-Corners & 1½d tied by poor Yeerongpilly of 1898 on cover to Scotland. [Rated RR] Allocated to Logan JunctionPO 1/1/1885; renamed South Coast Junction PO c.1886; renamed Yeerongpilly PO 4/7/1893; closed 29/11/1974.

$5 $60 $4

1621 S A B2 1622 S A A2

$5 $4

1623 S A B2

$4

1624 S A- B2

$6

1625 S A B3

$6 $10 $15

1626 S A A2 1627 S B A2 1628 S A B2 1629 S A- B2

$4

$12 $60 $6 $50

1630 S A A2 1631 S A A2 1632 S A A2 1633 S A A21634 S A A2

393: ‘393’ on 2½d Void-Oval. [Rated RRR] Allocated to

Cumberland-PO 3/4/1885; RO c.1899; PO c.-/7/1903; RO 24/2/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 22/4/1929. 397: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to MuckadillaRO c.-/1/1883; PO 1/5/1885; RO 16/6/1902; PO c.-/7/1912; closed 20/7/ 1988. 401: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated S] Allocated to Irvinebank-RO c.1884; PO 1/6/1885. 404: BN on 1d Void-Oval. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Blackstone-RO c.1881; PO 1/7/1885; closed 31/3/1977.

409: ‘409’’ 2nd type (numbers 8mm high) on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Bethania-PO 26/8/1885; closed 29/9/1973. 410: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R was RRR] Allocated to T.P.O. No. 1

Racecourse R.S.-PO 24/9/1885; renamed Racecourse Siding RO 1/1/ 1890; Re-allocated to Hendra PO 4/1/1890; closed c.-/5/1924.

$10

1909; PO c.-/1/1910; closed 1/5/1970.

$20

424: BN on 1d 4-Corners partly overstruck with 2nd strike. [Rated RR] Allocated to Blenheim-RO c.1878; PO 1/11/1885; RO c.-/7/ 425: on 1d Void-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Bogantungan-PO 8/7/

1881; closed 22/12/1982.

426: ‘426’ on 1d 2-Corners. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us]

$60 $4

Allocated to Oontoo-PO 3/4/1889; closed c.-/2/1903.

$60

Allocated to Yeronga-PO 17/11/1886.

$60

1886.

$15

432: on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us]

436: ‘436’ on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us]

1637 S A C2

447: BN on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Rockhampton-PO

1638 * A- B1

453: BN on 1d 4-corner pair tied by unframed ‘DUGANDAN/ AU15/04/QUEENSLAND’ (A1) on Tatts cover. [Rated R] Allocated

1642 S A A2

$20

1643 S A- A2

$10

1644 S A A2 1645 S A A2

$25 $15 $4 $12 $8

1646 D A C1 1647 S A A2 1648 D A B1 1649 S A B2 1650 S A- B2 1651 S A B2

$6

1652 S A B2

$20

1653 S A- B2

$8

1654 S A A2+

$15

1655 S A A1

$5

1656 D A A2

$60

1657 S A A2

$10

1658 D A A1 1659 S A A2

$7

1660 D A B2

$10 $4

1661 S A B2

$10

$20

1662 S A A2 1663 S A- A2

$6

Allocated to Downfall Creek-RO c.1878; PO 1/7/1886; renamed Chermside PO c.-/5/1903. 430: BN on 1d 4-Corners. Allocated to Beaudesert-PO 9/2/1878.

$15

$50

$10

$30

1636 S B A2

1641 S A A2

$40

Crossing-RO 1/10/1885; PO 2/1/1886; RO c.-/10/1903; PO c.-/2/1911.

415: 2 part-strikes on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to

$6

$50 $4

$5

$10

413: BN on ½d green (faults). [Rated RRR] Allocated to Peak

1635 S A B2

1639 S A A21640 * A A2-

$12

Central Railway-PO 13/7/1885; closed 13/9/1932.

$5

$10 $60

$15

438: BN in red on 1d Void-Oval. Allocated to Barcaldine-PO 13/11/ 444: BN on 4d Lined-Oval (faults). [Rated R] Allocated to Townsville-PO 1/1/1866.

$6

1/4/1858.

$4

to Dugandan-PO 1/10/1890; RO 22/7/1909; PO 1/7/1927; closed 23/9/ 1929. 454: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Eidsvold-PO 19/9/1887.

$25 $3

1887.

$10

c.1883; PO 1/5/1888; renamed Yakapari PO c.-/10/1925. 475: ‘475’ BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to MonklandPO 1/11/1889; closed 1/9/1979. 480: BN on 1d 2nd Sideface. Allocated to Grantham-RO c.1876; PO 1/1/1890. 481: BN on ½d Void-Oval. [Rated R] Unallocated 485: BN on 1d orange Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to ArrilalahRenamed from Forest Grove RO c.1887; PO 14/3/1890; RO c.1917; PO 1/7/1927; TO c.-/6/1971; closed c.1986.

$15

1892; PO c.1896.

$30

456: BN in 1d Postal Card tied by unframed ‘CHILDERS/7.A/ DE29/96/QUEENSLAND’ (A1-). Allocated to Childers-PO 14/11/ 464: ‘464’ on 2d Void-Oval. [Rated RR] Allocated to The Leap-RO

494: ‘494’ BN on 2d 4-Corners tied by small-part of unframed ‘[BI]RKDA[LE]’ cds. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Birkdale-RO 1/10/

497: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Cairns-PO 7/10/

1876; renamed Orchid Plaza PO 1/5/1991.

504: BN on 1d & 2d 4-Corners on piece. [Rated RR] Allocated to

Aldershot-TO 14/8/1891; PO 1/9/1892; RO 1/1/1906; closed c.1920. 505: ‘505’ on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Cooroy-PO 1/9/ 1892. 520: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Chelmer-RO 27/8/1891; PO 1/5/1895; closed 30/6/1973. 524: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Brooweena-PO 23/12/1889; RO 16/5/1891; PO 9/9/1895. 534: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Cloncurry-PO 1/6/ 1871. 537: ‘537’ on 2½d Void-Oval. [Rated S] Allocated to Cordalba-RO c.1893; PO 25/11/1896; closed 30/1/1981. 554: on 5d Void-Oval. [Rated RR] Allocated to Pinkenba-RO c.1892; PO c.1897. 568: right-half of duplex on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Charters Towers-PO 17/5/1872. 580: BN (8mm high) on 2½d 4-Corners. Allocated to George StreetPO c.-/5/1899; renamed Markets Brisbane PO 17/12/1927. 585: BN on 2½d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to BroadmountRO c.1897; PO c.-/7/1899; RO c.1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 17/8/1929. 588: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated S] Allocated to Mount Garnet-RO c.1897; PO 25/7/1899. 594: ‘594’ on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to StonehouseRO c.1883; PO c.1898; RO c.1899; closed c.1900. 595: BN on 1d & 2d 4-Corners pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to Lappa Junction-PO c.1900; RO c.1915; closed c.1920. 597: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Glassford CreekPO c.1900; RO c.-/10/1904; closed c.-/6/1914. 599: BN on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Amby-RO c.1883; PO c.1900.

1664 S A- B2

600: 2 partly overlapping strikes of BN on 1d 4-Corners block of 4. [Rated R] Allocated to Chillagoe-PO c.1900. 601: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Bauhinia

1665 S A A2

605: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Mount Usher-RO

$5 $4 $10 $6

$5 $15 $6 $12 $12 $5 $4 $10 $3 $5 $30 $10 $10 $30 $15 $5 $8

Downs-RO c.1883; PO c.1902; closed 6/1/1932.

$60

c.1899; PO c.1900; closed c.-/6/1906.

$12


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1666 S A- B2

613: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Almaden-PO

1667 S A A2-

616: on 3d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Roadvale-Renamed

1668 S A B2

618: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Howard-

1669 S A A2

619: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Morningside-RO

1670 S B B2

643: ‘643’ on 1/- 4-Corners (trimmed corner perfs). [Rated RR]

8/2/1901.

1673 S A A2 1674 * A A1-

1675 * A A1

1676 S A A2

Renamed from Burrum PO 1/8/1883.

$15

1703 D A B2

c.1887; PO c.1902.

$15

Allocated to Cape York-RO c.1897; PO c.-/3/1910; closed 14/9/1960.

$20

1/5/1913; replaced by Acland PO c.1969.

Albany Creek: ‘ALBANY CREEK/P/1DEC2000/3/QLD-4035’ on long APO cover. Renamed from Chinamans Creek PO 1/11/1885; RO c.-/7/1905; PO 1/7/1927.

Allora: unframed ‘ALLORA/3AU/92/=[QUEENS]LAND=’ on 1d orange Sideface. PO 31/3/1863. Amberley R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 6300/26MY45/AUSTRALIA’ (arcs 2,2) on 1d purple-brown QE on plain cover to Ultimo, NSW, with boxed ‘R.A.A.F./CONCESSION POSTAGE RATE’ (B2). PO

28/11/1940; renamed Amberley PO c.1948.

Arrilalah: 2 strikes of ‘ARRILALAH/20JA69/QLD-AUST’ (LRD), on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Forest Grove RO c.1887; PO 14/3/ 1890; RO c.1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed c.-/6/1971.

Auchenflower: ‘[AU]CHENFLOWER.S.W1/2OC47/[QL]DAUST’ on 5½d Newcastle. RO c.1900; PO 20/6/1924; closed 1/9/ 1971.

1678 D A A2

Baralaba: 26½mm ‘BARALABA/9FE24/·[QUEENSLA]ND·’ on 1½d green KGV perf ‘OS’. [Rated RRR - used during RO period]

1686 S A A2 1687 D A1 1688 * A B2 1689 * A A1 1690 * A A1-

1691 D A A2 1692 * A B1

1693 D A A1 1694 D A A21695 D A A2 1696 * A A21697 D A A2

1698 * A A1 1699 * A B1 1700 * A- A1

1704 * A- B1

1705 * A A1$15 $4

1706 * A A11707 * A A1

$4 1708 D A B1 $20 1709 D A A1 $55 $2

c.-/5/1903; RO c.-/2/1904; PO c.-/6/1912.

$10

RO c.1919; PO c.-/4/1924.

$30

Barcaldine: 4 strikes of ‘BARCALDINE/17MY50/QLD’ on ½d Roo, 1d Princess pair & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 13/11/1886. 1680 * A A1- - ‘BARCALDINE/24SE64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green QEII on cover to Brisbane. 1681 D A1 Bardon West: ‘BARDON WEST /4DE80/QLD-AUST’ on 24c (cut-to-shape through stamp) PO c.-/9/1951. 1682 D A A1+ Belgian Gardens: ‘BELGIAN GARDENS/15AU55/QLD’ on 6½d orange QEII. PO 13/7/1936. 1683 S A A2- Bogantungan: 25mm ‘BOGANTUNGAN/1FEB12/ Q[UEE]NS[LAN]D’ on 1d 4-Corners in violet. PO 8/7/1881; closed

1685 D B1

Eromanga: ‘EROMANGA/4AU24/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD by 11yrs!) on 1½d green KGV. RO c.1892; PO c.-/10/1902. Eton North: ‘ETON NORTH/8OC58/QLD-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII. [Rated S] Renamed from Savannah PO c.-/7/1937; closed 30/11/

1702 S A A2-

Bajool: 29½mm ‘BAJOOL/??P13NO1?/[QUEENSLAND]’ on 1d 4-Corners in violet. [Recorded in violet for 18 days only] PO

1684 * A A1-

Emu Park: unframed ‘EMU PAR[K]/NO20/00/QUEENSLAND’ below 1d & 2d x2 4-Corners cancelled with poor ‘357’. Renamed

$12

1677 D A A2

1679 D A A1

1701 D A B2

from Roadville RO c.1895; PO 9/9/1901.

QUEENSLAND | Datestamps 1671 * A A2 Acland R.S.: ‘ACLAND/06SE[P]37/QUENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV on Spurgins, Tobacconists and Casket Agents cover. PO 1672 * A A1

$100

1710 * A B1 1711 D A A2

1712 D A11713 * A A1 1714 D A A2

$12 $6 $3 $5

1715 * A A2

$8

1718 * A- A1

$55

1719 D A B2

Bowen: 25mm ‘BOWEN/1-AUG25/QUEENSLAND’ (#50) on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Port Denison PO c.1865. Brassall: ‘BRASSALL/25FE35/QUEENSLAND’ on piece. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1887; PO c.1914; RO c.1919; PO c.-

$5

4/3/1991.

/4/1924.

Brisbane: ‘REGISTERED BRISBANE/1130A25JL44/ QUEENSLAND’ on 5½d Registered Envelope with blue registration label, addressed locally. PO c.-/4/1830. - 33½mm ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/EXAMINER/28SEP1967/ NO. 4/BRISBANE’ in violet on long Returned Unclaimed Letter, Dead Letter Office, Brisbane OHMS Q.10 cover. 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.

Brookstead (2): ‘BROOKSTEAD/22SE27/QUEENSLAND’ on 3d blue KGV. Replaced Brookstead Rail PO c.1925. Bundaberg R.A.A.F. P.O.: 2 light strikes of ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.BUNDABURG/6JA42/QLD-AUST’ (ERD), on 3½d blue KGVI & 1d QE on cover with provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 20/10/1941; closed 31/7/1946. Camooweal: 2 strikes of ‘CAMOOWEAL/13AP51/ QUEENSLAND’ on ½d Roo, 3d red KGVI x2 & 5½d Emu on piece with blue registration label. PO 27/4/1885. Canal Estates: ‘CANAL ESTATES/8OC70/QLD-4217’ (ERD) on 6c QEII. PO 28/11/1969; closed 21/7/1978. Charleville: unframed ‘CHARLEVILLE/19-MAR-1951/Q’LD. AUST.’ on 9d with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1865. Chinchilla: ‘CHINCHILLA/4P27JE63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. PO 3/1/1878. Coolangatta: ‘COOLANGATTA/2JE50/QLD-AUST.’ (arcs 1½,1½) on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on piece with provisional registration label. [Unrecorded by Smithies] Renamed from Kirra PO 1/8/1928.

Dartmouth: ‘DARTMOUTH/2FE70/QLD-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/1/1906; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1981. Dirranbandi (2): ‘DIRRANBANDI/17OC63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d red Export on cover to Brisbane. PO 1/1/1889. Drayton R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F. 6308/25MR48/AUSTRALIA’ (letters 3mm high) on 2½d scarlet KGVI, staining at BLC.

$8 1720 * A B1 1721 * A B1 $20 $10 $10

1722 D A A2 1723 * A A2 1724 D A B1 1725 D A B1

$20 $5

$75 $8

1726 D A A2 1727 D A A2 1728 D A A1

1729 D A2

$12

1730 * A A1-

$10

1731 D A A1

$8

1732 D A A2

$40

1733 D A1 1734 D A B2

$40 $15 $25

from Hewittville PO 1/1/1890.

1735 D B A2 1736 D A2

$5 $8

1981.

$6

1850.

$80

Gayndah: 37mm ‘GAYNDAH/9—A9JY45/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 9,9½) on 5½d Emu on cover (torn flap) with blue registration label. [Rated RRRR by Smithies - only recorded copy] PO 1/1/

- ‘GAYNDAH/430P 7MY64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d green QEII on cover to Brisbane. - ‘PAID AT GAYNDAH/15MY63/QLD-AUST’ in red on window envelope. Gladfield: 2 strikes of ‘GLADFIELD/3AU73/QLD-AUST’ (LRD), on 35c, 10c, 7c & 5c on Fischer cover with violet handstamped blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO c.-/12/1912; closed

$10 $12

30/9/1975.

$55

Nelson PO 17/6/1915.

$10

Gordonvale: 2 strikes of ‘GORDONVALE/3MAY50/ QUEENSLAND’ (recut) on 5½d Emu & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Greenmount (4): ‘GREENMOUNT/22DE49/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Forrest. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Greenmount R.S. PO c.-/2/1910.

- ‘GREENMOUNT/1230P24AP64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Gympie: 2 strikes of ‘GYMPIE/26AP50/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 3,3½ - ERD) on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Gympie Creek PO 9/7/1868.

Indooroopilly: ‘PAID AT INDOOROOPILLY/4OC68/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) in red (cut-to-shape). RO 23/9/1974; PO 1/8/1875. - ‘PAID AT INDOOROOPILLY/3APR1991/QLD. 4068’ in red on Diners Club envelope. [Not recorded by Smithies] Ingham: 2 strikes of ‘INGHAM/27JY50/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 6, 6½ - ERD) on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] Renamed from Lower

Herbert PO 19/1/1882.

Injune: ‘INJUNE/6SP37/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV on cover to Brisbane. PO 11/8/1920. 1716 * A A1 Ipswich: ‘IPSWICH/1D/6OCT/1938/PAID’ machine in red on window envelope. PO 2/1/1846. 1717 D A A1+ Jericho: 3 strikes of ‘JERICHO/19AU50/QLD.’ on 2½d red KGVI x3 & ½d Roo x2 on piece with blue registration label. RO c.1884;

Bongeen: 2 strikes of ‘BONGEEN/12AU71/QLD-AUST’, on 25c, 6c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/5/1946; closed 28/11/1986. Booval: ‘PAID AT BOOVAL/11AU67/QLD-AUST’ in red. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1883; PO c.-/8/1912; renamed Booval Fair PO

22/12/1982.

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PO 2/7/1885.

Kalbar: ‘KALBAR/25JL45/QUEENSLAND’ in black with straightline ‘PAID’ (A1-) on plain envelope, some light toning. Renamed

$6 $5

$10 $6 $15

$40 $12 $20 $8

from Engelsburg PO c.-/7/1916.

$50

c.1907.

$20

Kingaroy (2): 26½mm ‘KINGAROY/28SE50/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Kingaroy R.S. PO

Laidley: ‘LAIDLEY/27AP[9]5/QLD-AUST’ on 45c War Widows Guild on cover to Crows Nest, NSW. PO 1/2/1861. Mackay: ‘PAID/2½D25JN46/MACKAY’ in black on Masonic envelope. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/8/1863. Millaa Millaa: ‘MILLAA MILLAA/17MY37/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 2,2), on 2d red KGVI. RO c.-/4/1914; PO c.1919. Millmerran: ‘MILLMERRA[N]/5P26JA64/QLD-[AUST]’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Domville PO 16/11/

1894.

- ‘PAID AT MILLMERRAN/-■21DE56/QLD’ in red. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] - ‘MILLMERRAN/PAID/415P2DE82/QLD-AUST-4357’ in red. [Rated RR by Smithies] Minden (2): ‘MINDEN/30AP38/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d Cable. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Frenchton PO c.-/4/1930;

closed 30/11/1971.

Mingela: ‘MINGELA/28AU79/QLD-AUST’, on 20c Year of the Child. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Ravenswood Junction PO 13/3/1931.

Miriam Vale (1): unframed ‘MIRIAM VALE/DE5/85/ QUEENSLAND’ tied BN ‘24’ (A2 - Rated R) on 2d blue Sideface. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] PO 1/4/1877; closed 21/10/

1897.

Mission Beach: ‘MISSION BEACH/31DE70/QLD-AUST’ on 4c QEII cut-out. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 15/12/1949. Mitchell: ‘MITCHELL/1130A 7AP64/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover to Brisbane. Renamed from Mitchell Downs PO c.1878. - ‘MITCHELL/4465/21SE88/QLD-AUST’ (LRD - arcs 8½,10) on 37c Living Together. [Rated RR by Smithies] Monduran Dam: ‘MONDURAN DAM/2MY73/QLD-4671’ on 7c Joseph Cook. [Rated S by Smithies] PO 8/10/1971; closed 30/9/ 1976.

Monto: ‘PAID AT MONTO/4630/4OC82/QLD-AUST’ in red. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO c.1924. Montville: 26½mm ‘MONTVILLE/18AP13/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD - arcs 1,1½) on 1d Roo pair. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO

$5 $50 $5 $8 $20 $12 $20 $6

$80 $6 $8 $10 $15 $10

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

$20

closed 7/10/1962.

$50

Moola (2): ‘MOOLA/12JE59/QUEENSLAND’ on 4d Qld Self Govt (fault). [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/7/1923; PO 1/7/1927; Mooloolaba: oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/31MAR1988/ MOOLOOLABA, Q. 4557’. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/7/1929.

$25


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1737 * A A1

Moongan: 2 strikes of ‘MOONGAN/13JE66/QLD.’ (ERD) on 4c red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1901;

1738 D A B1

Moranbah: ‘MORANBAH/16JA73/QLD-4744’ (type 10a, wide letters QLD) on 7c Xmas (cut-to-shape). [Rated R by Smithies]

1739 D B1 1740 D A A2 1741 D A1 1742 D A A2 1743 D A A1 1744 D A B1 1745 D A A2 1746 D A A1-

PO 1/7/1927; closed 17/4/1971. PO 1/3/1971.

- ‘MORANBAH/28MY87/QLD-4744’ (#10c, wide letters QLD, time removed). [Rated RR by Smithies] Morayfield: ‘MORAYFIELD/■2AP52/QUEENSLAND’ on 3½d brown KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1898; PO 1/7/1927; closed 5/5/1978.

Morganbury: ‘MORGANBURY/14OC37/QLD.’ (cut-to-shape, LRD). PO 15/8/1933; closed c.-/9/1950. Morven: ‘MORVEN/8NO70/QLD-AUST’ (large Q - ERD) on 6c orange QEII. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 24/11/1876. - ‘MORVEN/4468/3AU83/QLD-AUST’ (ERD), on 2c Finch. [Rated RR by Smithies] Mount Alford: ‘MT.ALFORD/5MR74/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 7c Bruce. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1895; PO c.-/11/1910; closed 28/2/1975.

Mount Chalmers: ‘MOUNT CHALMERS/15MR71/ QUEENSLAND’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated RRRR by Smithies only recorded date] RO c.1900; PO c.-/10/1907; closed 30/6/1974. Mount Crosby: ‘MOUNT CROSBY/17AU68/QLD-AUST’ on 5c blue QEII. [Rated R By Smithies] Renamed from Crosby RO c.-/6/ 1917; PO c.1924.

1747 D A A2

Mount Forbes: 2 strikes of ‘MOUNT FORBES/20DE41/ QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on ½d Roo & 2d red KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1897; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 1/7/1953;

1748 D A B2

Mount Irving: ‘MT IRVING/18DE49/[QUEE]NSLAND’ (ERD), on 2½d Farrer (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/3/

1749 D A2 1750 D A A2 1751 D A A2 1752 D A B2 1753 D A A2

1754 D A B2 1755 D A1 1756 D A1 1757 D A A2 1758 D A A1 1759 D C B1 1760 D A A2 1761 D A A1 1762 D A A1 1763 * A- B1 1764 D A A1 1765 D B1 1766 D A A1 1767 * A- A2

1768 * 1769 * 1770 *

1771 D A A2 $50 $8 $10 $10 $60 $20 $10 $12 $60 $8

closed 30/11/1953.

$40

1901; PO 1/7/1927; TO 8/11/1930; closed c.1967.

$30

Mount Isa: ‘MOUNT ISA/9A8NO77/1/QLD-4825’ (ERD). [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/8/1924. Mount Isa South: ‘MOUNT ISA SOUTH/16AU76/QLD-4825’ (ERD) on 18c Olympics. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 4/1/1960;

closed 20/5/1983.

Mount Morgan: ‘MOUNT MORGAN/15OCT34/QUEENSLAND’ in violet on 5d KGV (cut-to-shape). RO 17/7/1884; PO 18/5/1885. Mount Pelion: ‘MOUNT PELION/25SE37/QUEENSLAND’, (ERD) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/2/1924; PO 1/7/1927.

Mount Tamborine: 30mm ‘MOUNT TAMBORINE/13MY52/ QUEENSLAND’ on 3½d brown KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Mount Tambourine PO c.-/4/1926;

$20 $50 $8 $50

closed 12/11/1977.

$50

/4/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed c.-/4/1953.

$40

Mount Tarampa: ‘MT TARAMPA/3OC31/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.Moura: ‘MOURA/PAID/3OC83/QLD-AUST 4718’ (ERD) in red. [Rated R by Smithies] PO c.1939. - 37x11mm violet double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/25MAY1983/ MOURA’ (ERD). [Rated RR by Smithies] Muckadilla: ‘MUCKADILLA/5SE57/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 2,2½) on 4d claret QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated S by Smithies] RO c.-/1/ 1883; PO 1/5/1885; RO 16/6/1902; PO c.-/7/1912; closed 20/7/1988.

‘MUCKADILLA/27AU68/QLD-AUST’,

on 5c on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR by Smithies] 930A13JA81 Mudgeeraba (2): ‘MUDGEERABA/ /QLD-4213’, on 1c Finch (cut-to-shape through stamp). [Rated RRR by Smithies only date recorded] PO c.1915. Munbilla: ‘MUNBILLA/15MY64/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 5d green QEII. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.-/11/1887; PO 1/9/1892; closed

$8 $15 $6 $10 $15

13/12/1966.

$30

closed 28/2/1974.

$70

/3/1911; PO c.-/7/1912.

$25

Mobil Oil. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Mungar: ‘MUNGAR/28AU67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Mary River Saw Mills RO c.1882; PO

$30

Mundoo (2): ‘MUNDOO/19JE71/QLD-AUST’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated RRRR by Smithies - only date recorded] PO 1/6/1953; Mundubbera: ‘MUNDUBBERA/12SE85/QLD-AUST’ (#30b, time removed - LRD), on 4c Butterfly. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.- ‘PAID AT MUNDUBBERA/21NO64/QLD-AUST’ in red on cover to

5/5/1883; closed 26/1/1977.

Murgon: ‘PAID AT MURGON/13DE66/QLD-AUST’ in red. [Rated RRR by Smithies - only date recorded] RO c.-/9/1904; PO c.-/6/

$12

c.1936; PO 1/3/1956.

$50

Muttaburra: unframed ‘MUTTABURRA/NO15/1904/ QUEENSLAND’ (#20a) tied 2 strikes of BN ‘275’ (B1) on 1d & 2d 4-Corners x2 with 2 strikes of two-lined ‘REGISTERED/ MUTTABURRA’ (A2) on cover to Hobart (spike hole). [Rated RRRR by Smithies] PO 25/1/1878. A- A1- Newstead (2): ‘PAID AT NEWSTEAD/3AP64/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) in red on window envelope, some discolouration at edges, backflap missing. Renamed from Booroodabin PO 8/1/1964. A A1 - ‘PAID AT NEWSTEAD/30OC64/QLD-AUST’ in red on window envelope. A A1- Northgate: ‘PAID AT NORTHGATE N.E.9/3½D29AP59/QLDAUST’ in red on Committee of Direction of Fruit Marketing window envelope. [Unrecorded by Smithies] Renamed from Toombul RO 6/12/1893; PO c.1918.

1773 * A A2 1774 D A A2

1775 * A- A1

3/5/1977.

Quilpie: 2 strikes of 29mm ‘QUILPIE/3FE51/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 4½,3½ - LRD by 15 years!) on ½d Roo x2 & 2½d red KGVI x2 on piece with blue registration label. PO c.1917. Red Hill: ‘PAID AT RED HILL/6AP70/QLD-AUST’ in red, on NARM window envelope with small logo. PO 1/1/1879; RO 15/5/

1782 * A A1 1783 D A A1 1784 * A A1 1785 D A A1 1786 * A A1 1787 D A A2 1788 * B

1796 * A A1-

1797 * A A1 1798 S A A2 1799 D A B2

$10 $15

from Richmond Downs PO 31/5/1899.

$20

1966.

$20

Richmond: 2 strikes of 26½mm ‘RICHMOND/8JL50/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed

Rocklea East: ‘PAID AT ROCKLEA EAST /- 1JY64/QLD-AUST’ (S6 removed - arcs .,0) in red on window envelope, backflap missing. [Rated RR] PO 11/6/1947; renamed Salisbury North PO 1/1/

Elston PO 1/12/1933.

Texas (2): ‘PAID AT TEXAS/29JA64/QLD-AUST’ (LRD - arcs 4,5½) in red on envelope to Brisbane. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] PO 6/5/1896. Thursday Island: ‘THURSDAY ISLAND/2/9-A-1MY40/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGVI on piece. Replaced Somerset PO c.1877.

Tiaro: 2 strikes of ‘TIARO/5AU69/QLD-AUST’ on 24c & 6c on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1868. Toowoomba: ‘REGNSECTION TOOWOOMBA/22FE51/QLDAUST’ (ERD) on 9d Platypus. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 1/1/1858. - ‘TOOWOOMBA/QLD/26JNE/1943/2½D/PAID’ machine in red on envelope to Carlton, Vic. Torbanlea: ‘TORBANLEA/17FEB47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies] RO c.1886; PO 1/4/1887; RO

c.1902; PO c.-/7/1905.

Townsville: oval ‘LOOSE/SHIP/LETTER’ (Hosking #1524 Rated DD) transit along with poor Townsville cds, on PPC to Brisbane, stamps removed. 1789 D A A2+ Warwick: 2 strikes of ‘WARWICK/8MR51/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 1½, 2 - ERD) on 9d Platypus on piece with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/1/1848. 1790 * A A2 Wavell Heights North: ‘WAVELL HEIGHTS NORTH/P/ 3NOV2000/QLD 4012’ on long APO cover. PO 3/7/1956. 1791 D A A2 Wellington Point: 29½mm ‘WELLINGTON POINT/9MR51/ QUEENSLAND’ on 6d Kookaburra x2 on piece with blue registration label. Renamed from Wellington PO 1/2/1890. 1792 D A B1 West Ipswich: ‘WEST IPSWICH/■3FE66/QLD-AUST’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated S] RO c.1914; PO 1/7/1927. 1793 * A A1- Windera (2): 3 strikes of ‘WINDERA/30JE70/QLD-AUST’, on 5c x5 on 5c Envelope with blue provisional registration label, Brown cover. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO c.1934; closed 23/1/1976. 1794 D A A1 Windorah: 2 strikes of ‘WINDORAH/3JL50/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 1,1) on 2½d red KGVI & 1d QE on piece with blue registration label. [Rated S by Smithies] Renamed from Stoney 1795 * A- A1

$12

1891; PO 1/10/1895.

- ‘PAID AT ROCKLEA EAST /- 3MY64/QLD-AUST’ (S.6 removed) in red on window envelope, backflap missing. [Unrecorded by Smithies] 1777 * A A1- Rosella (2): 3 strikes of ‘ROSELLA/26NO69/QLD-4740’ (ERD) on 15c x2 on Brown cover with provisional blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/2/1947; closed c.1986. 1778 D A A2+ Southport: ‘SOUTHPORT/29MR50/QLD.’ (arcs 3,3½ - LRD by 8 years) on 3d brown KGVI pair & 5½d Emu on piece with blue registration label. [Rated S by Smithies] PO 2/3/1878. 1779 * A A1- Sunshine Coast Mail Centre: ‘SUNSHINE COAST MC/ 27OCT2000/QLD. 4560’ in violet on long cover. MC c.1980. 1780 D A B1 Surat: 2 strikes of ‘SURAT/16AU50/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD by 3 years) on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on piece with blue registration label. PO 5/1/1852. 1781 * A A1- Surfers Paradise: ‘SURFERS PARADISE/20DE67/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 3.4) on 5c Thornbill & 20c Whistler on cover with blue registration label, addressed to Victoria. [Rated S] Renamed from 1776 * A- A1

$12

1908.

Mutchilba: ‘MUTCHILBA/9NO56/QLD.’ on 4d Koala (cut-toshape). [Rated RRR by Smithies - the first offered by us] TO

1772 D A A2

Oriel Park: ‘ORIEL PARK/22FE52/QLD’ (arcs 4½,5) on 6½d brown KGVI. [Rated S by Smithies] PO 9/7/1936; renamed Ascot PO

Point PO 14/10/1881.

Woolloongabba: unframed ‘WOOLLOONGABBA/1110A/JA30/ 1905/QUEENSLAND’ alongside 2d 4-Corners cancelled with poor ‘472’ on Tatt’s cover. PO 23/9/1889. - ‘WOOLLOONGABBA/230P15JL31/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV on cover to Brisbane backstamped with triple-circle ‘MOUNT PLEASANT MASONIC LODGE/[logo]/No. 361’ (A1-) in purple. - ‘PAID AT WOOLLOONGABBA/—9SE63/QLD-AUST.’ (ERD) in red on envelope to Brisbane. [Rated RR] Woondum: 26½mm ‘WOONDUM/21MY31/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.-/8/1902; PO c.1925; closed 30/9/1981. Wyreema: ‘WYREEMA/14DE57/QUEENSLAND’ on 3½d Xmas. Renamed from Beauaraba R.S. RO 17/10/1893; PO c.1896; closed 31/8/ 1977.

$20 $80 $8 $4 $8

$15 $20 $4 $10 $8 $15 $8 $50 $20 $4 $8 $6 $45

$10 $6

$10 $15 $12 $5

QUEENSLAND | Registered Handstamps $4 $70 1800 D B C2 North Rockhampton: poorish strike on 1d & 2d 4-Corners pair. SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1801 F A1855 Imperf London Printing 6d deep blue 3½-margins, SG $15 #3, Cat £160, small thin. $100 1802 F A 1856-58 Imperf Adelaide Printing 1d yellow-green three clear $15 margins, SG #6, Cat £650. $230 1803 F A - 2d orange-red four clear margins SG #7, Cat £80. $80 1804 W B 1884-89 Reprints on Handmade Paper Wmk Crown/SA (Wide) 6d slate-blue rouletted, SG #17, creased. $10 $50 1805 F B 1860-69 Second Roulettes 1d bright yellow-green, SG #19, Cat £32, light crease $10


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1806 F A 1807 F A B3 1808 F A C3 1809 F A C3 1810 * 1811 *

A B1 A D1

1812 F A B2 1813 *

A B1

- 1/- chestnut, SG #41, Cat £11, cancelled with unframed ‘ADELAIDE/3/OC27/65/S.A.’ (A2) 1868-79 Wmk Large Star Perf 11½-12½ 9d claret, SG #75. 1870-73 Wmk Large Star Perf 10x11½-12½ or Perf 11½12½x10 or Compound 6d Prussian blue, SG #105, rough vertical perfs. 1876-1900 Wmk Broad Star Perf 11½-12½ 8d on 9d brown, SG #120. 1891-93 Surcharges Perf 10 5d on 6d pale brown SG 230. 1894-1906 Tannenburg Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 13 5d purple, SG #238a. 1906-12 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12,12½ 4d orange, P12½, perf ‘SA’, SG #299b, cancelled with partial cds showing MR14 10, poor perfs at base. - 9d brown-lake P12, SG 302.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1884 Arms 14x9mm New Stock ½d violet, HG #E3, uprated 1814 *F Awith ½d Bantam, to Germany. - ½d violet, HG #E3, cancelled with 25½mm squared-circle 1815 *F A‘MOONTA/DE1/94/SA’ (A1-), rounded TLC. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Diamond Numerals 1816 S A A2+ 277: almost complete strike on 2d orange DLR P10. Allocated to Adelaide-PO 10/4/1837.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 1817 * A- A1 Adelaide: ‘ADELAIDE/18V82/S.AUST. 5000 AUSTRALIA/0.27/POSTAGE PAID/VB581’ meter with Solomons Carpets logo on window envelope, some marks from processing machine. PO 10/4/1837. 1818 * A B1 - ‘ADELAIDE/4DEC52/S.A. - POSTAGE PAID/6/3/9 02/ AUSTRALIA’ meter with British Tube Mills logo on window envelope. 1819 * A- B1 - ‘ADELAIDE/11DEC/1½D/1947/PAID - SEND MONEY/BY POSTAL NOTE/OR MONEY ORDER’, canceling Newton, McLaren Ltd - Engineers window envelope, some light creasing. 1820 D C1 - ‘ADELAIDE/PAID/4DE73/6/S-AUST-5000’ (ERD by 10 yrs) in red. 1821 S A A2 Aero Park: magenta ‘TELEPHONE OFFICE KEEPE[R AERO PA]RK/26NO34/S.A.’ on 1/4d turquoise. Not previously recorded. Renamed from The Aerodrome TO 1/9/1930; PO 1/11/1945; 1822 * A- B2

1823 * A- B2

1824 D A A2 1825 * A- B1 1826 * A A1 1827 D A A1 1828 D A2 1829 D A1 1830 * A A1 1831 * A A1 1832 S A A2 1833 S A B2

renamed Albert Park PO 31/1/1964.

Alberton: 2 strikes of ‘ALBERTON/5P17MR87/S.A.-5014’, on 60c Lionfish x2 on 36c PSE (tone spots) with violet 12-hr ‘PRIORITY/PAID/17MAR1987/ALBERTON/S.AUST./5014’ (A2) and small Priority Paid label on front. PO 1/1/1855. Barunga Gap: 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘BARUNGA GAP/ 1■■■??????/SOU[TH-AUST]’ on 1½d green QE pair & 2½d red KGVI on opened-out cover with provisional blue registration label. Renamed from Percyton PO 1/7/1944; closed 30/9/1974. Cambrai: ‘CAMBRAI/22JL36/STH AUST’ on 2d Cable. Renamed from Rhine Villa PO 1/7/1918.

Cowell: ‘COWELL/19FE38/S.A’ on 1d & 2d KGVI x2 on air cover to Adelaide. PO 1/10/1884. Curramulka: ‘CURRAMULKA/18SE42/S.A’ on 2½d red KGVI on cover. PO c.-/8/1877; CMA 29/10/1993. Edithburgh: ‘EDITHBURGH/12SE21/STHAUST.’ on 2d orange KGV. PO c.1873. Galga: ‘GALGA/5OC37/S.A’ cut square through stamp. RO 29/9/

1915; PO c.1920; closed 30/11/1983.

Marree PO 1/7/1918.

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

29/1/1847.

$15

$25

Noora: ‘NOORA/15DE44/STH AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 18/3/

1849 * A B1

1851 D B1

1856 D A B2

$50

1857 * A A1 1858 D A B2 1859 S A B2 1860 * A B1 1861 S A A2

$5 TASMANIA 1862 ** A B1 $20 $4 $10

1863 * A A1 1864 F A

$6

1865 F A 1866 F A

$5

1867 F A

$5

1868 *

A B1

1869 G A D3 1870 *

A C4

1871 *

A B2

1872 *

A A1

1873 * 1874 *

A B1 A- B1

$5

$15 $10 $8

1883; closed 30/6/1976.

1875 * A B1 1876 F A- B1

$20

1891.

$10

Oodnadatta: 27mm squared-circle ‘OODNADATTA/ DE13/09/S.A’ on 1d (faults) on PPC. Renamed from Peake PO 1/2/

Penneshaw: ‘[P]ENNESHAW/24FE37/S.A.’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Hog Bay PO 18/10/1904. [Kangaroo Island]

Rundle Street PO 12/3/1984.

Tailem Bend (2): ‘TAILEM BEND/5P16AP98/1/SA 5260’ on 45c Herb Elliot on unaddressed cover with ‘Opening of Licensed Post Office’ cachet. PO c.1898; LPO 16/4/1998. Tarcowie: ‘TARCOWIE/930A31AU88/SA-5431’ on 37c Sydpex 88 PSE, unaddressed with Closure of Post Office cachet. PO 1/8/

1876; closed 31/8/1988.

Thebarton: ‘PAID AT THEBARTON/1½D14SP49/S.A.’ in black on 2½d Lawson. PO 24/10/1850. Upper Sturt: ‘UPPER STURT/930A28SE81/S-AUST-5156’, on unaddressed 24c PSE. PO 1/3/1880. Waukaringa: 27½mm squared-circle ‘[WA]UKARINGA/JU3/15/ S_A’ on 1d red KGV on piece. [Rated X] PO c.-/12/1875; TO c.1963,

Renamed from Hollowelena PO c.-/12/1866; closed 31/1/1899.

Meribah: ‘MERIBAH/15MY51/STH AUST’ on 3d Parkes. RO 5/4/

1915; PO 17/3/1916; closed 21/6/1985.

Modbury: ‘MO[DBURY]/930A5[FE79]/S-AUST-[5092]’ (B2 backstamp) on $2 Painting on 20c PSE on long cover to British High Commission with blue registration label. Renamed from Old Shepherd’s Inn PO 17/2/1859; renamed Modbury North PO 11/5/1970.

Modbury North: poor ‘MODBURY [NORTH]/15JA79/S-AUST5092’, on $2 Painting on long 20c PSE with blue registration label. Renamed from Modbury PO 11/5/1970; LPO 3/11/1997. Moonta: ‘MOONTA/PAID/2?OC78/S-AUST-5558’ (ERD) in red. PO 1/8/1862.

Moonta Mines: ‘MOONTA MINES/15OC37/S.A’ on 2d red KGV.

PO 1/4/1867.

A B1

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

provisionally closed 21/1/1964; closed 31/10/1964.

$10

closed 7/3/1979.

$10

Wild Horse Plains: squared-circle ‘WILD HORSE PLAINS/ MY29/11/S.A’ on 1d red. [Rated XX] PO 1/7/1878; TO 20/12/1978; Williamstown: squared-circle with corners removed ‘WILLIAMSTOWN/MY9/10/S_A’ on 1d red on PPC. [Recorded 1908-10.] PO 12/10/1858. Yacka: ‘YACKA/4MR24/S.A’ on 1½d green KGV. PO c.1874; closed 28/6/1991.

$20 $4

1889 Reprints 1d vermillion chalon perf 11½ on thick card ovptd ‘REPRINT’. $50 - 6d mauve Chalon on thick card P11½ Optd ‘REPRINT’. $50 1857-69 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 2d dull emerald-green 3½-margins, SG #30, Cat £130, cancelled with light penstroke grid. $80 - 4d pale blue with Wmk Inverted, three good margins. $30 1858 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 1/- vermilion SG 41 Cat £70. $70 1860-67 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d greyviolet 4-margins close to good SG 46. $40 1863-71 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 10 1d brick-red SG 57. $100 - 1d brick-red, SG #57, Cat £30, mss cancel “Paid/12/Dec [initials]/1868”. $5 1870-71 Sideface Wmk Single-Lined Numeral Perf 12 10d black, wmk inverted & reversed, SG #131, Cat £24, several pulled perfs on right side. $12 1871-78 Sidefaces Wmk TAS & Lines Perf 11½ 4d ochre, SG #147a, Cat £75, poor perfs at left. $50 1892-99 Tablets Wmk TAS Perf 14 ½d orange and mauve SG 216. $5 - 1/- rose & green, SG #221. $7 1899-1900 Pictorials Engraved ½d deep green, SG #229, small thin, hinge fragment & very lightly toned perf at top. $4 - 4d deep orange-buff SG 234. $25 - 4d deep orange-buff, SG #234, cancelled with boxed ‘SHIP LET[TER]’, slight toning to top edge. $5 1905-11 Pictorials Typo Wmk Crown/A 6d carmine-lake, SG 254. $25

PO 1/1/1925; closed 31/7/1976.

Matt: framed ‘MATT/JU20/85/[S_A]’ on 2d orange DLR.

1877 *

$5

1914; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 28/2/1959; closed 1/5/1959.

Plympton: ‘PAID AT PLYMPTON/9JY68- /SOUTH·AUST’ (time turned off) in red (cut-to-shape). PO 7/10/1856. 1852 S A A2 Ramco: squared-circle ‘RAMCO/SE18/13/[S_A]’ on 4d Thick Postage. [Rated XX] PO 28/9/1896; CMA 30/9/1993. 1853 * A A1+ Rundle Mall: ‘RUNDLE MALL/9A12MR84/1/SA 5000’ on 1c AAT on ‘Opening Day’ information pamphlet. Renamed from

$4

$5

$10

1848 D A A2

1855 * A A1

$7

RO 1/7/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/10/1987.

Nackara: ‘NACKARA/4AU47/S.A.’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/5/

1854 * A A1

$4

$50

Mudamuckla: ‘MUDAMUCKLA/23SE47/S.A.’ on 2½d red KGVI.

1847 D A A2

1850 S A A2 $20

1898; renamed Bon Bon PO 1/12/1908.

$8 TASMANIA | Postal Fiscals 1878 * A B1 1880 Platypus Perf 14 3d chestnut, SG # F27, Cat £20. $5 TASMANIA | Revenues $30 1879 * A B1 Stamp Duty: 1900 1d blue platypus Optd REVENUE.

1838 S A A2

1843 D A A2

1846 D A B1

$10

Mount Vivian: light strike of squared-circle ‘MOUNT VIVIAN/ JU20/07/S_A’ on 1d red on PPC to Coward Springs with attractive pencil sketch of young woman. [Rated RRR] PO 18/2/

$60

1837 D A B1

1842 D A1

1845 * A- B2

(cut through 2nd stamp). RO 3/1/1911; PO 1/6/1925; closed 31/8/

1971.

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

Magill: double-circle ‘P.O. MAGILL/M.O./29JUN1998/No. 1/S.A. 5072’ in violet, on 45c Cocos Is. Childrens’ Art on Opening Day of LPO cover. PO 3/1/1850; LPO 29/6/1998. Malpas: ‘MALPAS/?MR40/S.A.’ on 2d red KGVI. RO 1/12/1922;

1841 * A- D2

$8 $18

$5

1835 S A A3

1840 * A C3

$5

Hallett Cove: ‘HALLETT COVE/130P20JA86/SA 5158’ on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, unaddressed. PO 6/1/1986. Hergott Springs: 24mm squared-circle ‘HERGOTT S[PRINGS]/ OC26/84/S[.A]’ (bar on ‘G’s) on 2d orange. PO c.1884; renamed

1834 D A2

1839 D A A2

$4 $25

$30

1928; closed 29/3/1985.

1844 D B A1

$5

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

- 27mm squared-circle ‘HERGOTT SPRINGS/DE18/13/S_A’ (no bar on ‘G’s) on 1d Roo. Hindmarsh: ‘PAID AT HINDMARSH/3½-6MR59/S.A’ in red. PO

1836 * A A1-

$10 $5

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Mount Benson (3): ‘MT BENSON/20DE39/S.A.’ on 2d red KGVI

$20 $30

$5 TASMANIA | Railway Stamps 1880 ** A 1965-67 Parcel Stamps 1c,30c to 45c,60c,80c & $2 values. (8) 1881 ** A 1968-70 Parcel Stamps 1c to 10c,20c,30c,35c,60c & 80c values. (9) 1976 Parcel Stamps set to $1. (6) $12 1882 ** A

$20 $15

TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1884-1902 Border Removed Hobart Printing 1d orange-red 1883 *** A on white stock H&G 3b.

$15

$4 TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1884 *** A 1898 Diana Basin View 2d blue-green on smooth white paper $6 H&G A1.

$65

$12

$20


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TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1885 *F A 1891 Queen Victoria Embossed Head 2d green used in 1909 H&G KB4.

1924 * A B1 $40

TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Franks 1886 ** A The Chief Secretary: On Public Service Only envelope for The Tasmanian Museum and Botanical Gardens Hobart with The Chief Secretary Frank handstamp in violet very fine mint. $100 TASMANIA | Postal History 1887 F A1905 Advertising Envelope for George Foster General Smith and Wheelwright Cressy with illustration of a plough at left with 1d Pictorial(2) tied by Cressy cds No 1 05, small spike hole and glider clip stain at left, nice cover. TASMANIA | Numerals - Second Allocation 1888 D A A1- 17: 2 strikes on 2d Sideface pair & 1d Sideface. Allocated to 1889 D A A11890 S A A2

$10

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

$4

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

1893 D A B2 1894 S A B1

76: on 2d Sideface tied with framed ‘RICHMOND/SP6/99/ [TASMAN]IA’. Allocated to Richmond-PO 1/6/1832. 94: on 1d pict. Allocated to Waterloo Point-PO 1/12/1841; renamed

1895 D A A11896 S A- B2

95: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Westbury-PO 21/6/1832. 128: on 2d Sideface (blunt corner). [Rated RRRR] Allocated to

1897 D A A2

162: 1st type (numerals 7mm high) on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR]

1901 S A C2 1902 S A B2 1903 D A B11904 S A A2 1905 S B A2 1906 S B C2

Swansea PO c.1863.

Patersonia-RH 1/7/1869; PO 1/1/1888; closed 4/12/1968.

Allocated to Upper Carlton-RH 1/1/1874; PO 1/6/1879; renamed Kellevie PO 30/9/1886; closed 15/11/1968. 187: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to Merseylea-PO 20/10/1897; closed 30/9/1965. 212: on 1d Pictorial. Allocated to Ellendale-PO 16/4/1880. 247: on 1d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Austin’s Ferry-PO 1/8/ 1885; closed 6/9/1968.

248: doubled strike on 2d Sideface (some toning). [Rated RRR]

Allocated to Jetsonville-PO 1/9/1885; closed 14/2/1970. 269: on ½d Tablet. [Rated RR] Allocated to Turners Marsh Lower-PO 22/2/1887; RO c.1910; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/3/1968. 292: on 1d Sideface pair. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Rumney HutsPO 1/1/1889; renamed Baden PO 31/8/1900. 297: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Mathinna-Renamed from Reedy Marsh, Blackboy PO 1/1/1882. 299: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Waratah-Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO 1/1/1882. 362: light strike on 1d Pictorial, torn at base. Allocated to North Mount Lyell-PO 1/10/1898; closed 31/5/1921.

TASMANIA | Datestamps 1907 D A B2 Beulah Lower: ‘BEULA[H LOW]ER/15SE70/TAS.-AUST.’ on 5c blue. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1904; closed 31/3/1971. 1908 S A B2 Blackwood Creek: framed ‘BLACKWOOD CREEK/7??/??/ TASMANIA’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/6/1884; closed 31/3/1974. 1909 S A- B1 Blessington Upper: framed ‘BLESSINGTON UPPER/9JU/80/ TASMANIA’ (sic) on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RR] RO 1/4/1900; PO 1910 * A A1 1911 S A A2 1912 * A A21913 D A B2 1914 D A B2 1915 S A A2 1916 * A B2 1917 S A A2 1918 S A A2 1919 S A A21920 S A A2 1921 S A A2

1/10/1900; RO c.1911; PO 1/6/1927; closed 31/3/1974.

Brighton (2): ‘BRIGHTON/29OC81/TAS-AUST’ on 24c CHOGM on unaddressed cover. PO 22/5/1964. Buckland: framed ‘[B]UCKLAND/AU4/21/TASMANIA’ on 2d orange KGV. Renamed from Prosser’s Plains PO c.1884; closed 28/1/ 1981.

Burnie: ‘POSTAGE PAID BURNI[E]/?—4JA24/[TAS]’ in black on window envelope. Renamed from Emu Bay PO 1/1/1882. Campbell Town: red double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/8MAR1952/ CAMPBELL TOWN’ on 1/- on telegram piece. PO 1/6/1832. Chigwell: ‘CHIGWELL/4JE67/TAS-AUST’ in violet on 24c Kingfisher. PO 30/5/1958. Conara Junction: framed ‘CONARA/MR28/05/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Corners PO 14/10/1887; closed 31/12/ 1959.

Cooee: worn ‘COOEE/9MAY1989/TAS-7320’ on 39c QEII Birthday on French’s Building Services, Cooee advertising cover. Renamed from Cooee Creek PO 16/8/1912. Deloraine (2): ‘DELORAINE/NO21/19/TASMANIA’ (circle stops), on 4d yellow-orange KGV. PO 13/2/1845. Derby: framed ‘DERBY/AU24/06/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Brother’s Home PO 1/1/1886.

LAGOON/11AU67/TAS-[AUST]’

Egg Lagoon: light ‘EGG on 4c Lions. [Rated RRR] RO 1/6/1925; PO 1/6/1927; closed 29/9/1967.

[King Island]

Falmouth: framed ‘FALMOUTH/SP/27/TASMAN[IA]’ (no day) on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/1/1848; closed 21/8/1973. Fitzgerald: ‘F[IT]ZGERALD/?33/TAS’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/10/ 1919; closed 1/5/1944.

1922 D A A2

Forest South: rubber ‘[S]OUTH FORES[T]/8.JAN.1918/ [T]A[SMANIA]’ in violet on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] RO 1/1/1915;

1923 * A A1

Gladstone: ‘GLADSTONE/22AU84/TAS-7254’, on 30c Olympics on locally addressed cover. Renamed from North Mount Cameron PO

PO c.1920. 1/1/1882.

1929 * 1930 S

$6

PO 1/1/1891; renamed Gormanston PO 29/10/1894; closed 30/4/1979.

1892 S A A1-

1899 S A A2 1900 S A A2

$50

$10

59: 3 strikes on 1d & 2d Sideface x2 tied framed ‘GORMANSTON/OC17/99/[TASMANIA.]’. Allocated to Mount Lyell-

1898 S A B2

1928 *

1931 D

$8 1932 S

$4 $5 $5

1933 * 1934 D 1935 * 1936 *

1937 S

$80 1938 S $30 $40 $20 $20 $50

1939 S 1940 * 1941 D 1942 S

$50 $30

1943 S

$5

1944 S

$4

1945 S

$5

1946 S 1947 S

$25 $15

1948 S 1949 S

$30

1950 S

$8

1951 S

$4 $20 $20 $3 $5 $8 $8 $5 $60 $20 $3 $20 $8

1952 S 1953 D 1954 D 1955 S 1956 * 1957 D 1958 D 1959 * 1960 D 1961 * 1962 * 1963 * 1964 *

1837.

Goshen (2): violet double-circle ‘GOSHE[N]/SEP/12/192[6]/ [TASMANIA]’ (#R2a) on ½d orange KGV. [Rated RR] TO 1/4/

$8

$20 Hillend: framed ‘HILLEND/AU19/[00]/[TASMANIA]’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RRR] PO 20/10/1899; closed 13/12/1900. $100 A A1 Hobart: ‘HOBART/7JNE/1944/1½D/PAID’ machine on window envelope Renamed from Hobart Town PO 1/1/1881. $12 A B1- 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. $12 A A1 - ‘PAID AT HOBART NTH/17JE71/TAS-AUST’ on window-faced Hills Industries Ltd cover with small logo. $12 A B3 Howden: ‘[H]OWDEN/14SE36/[TA]S.’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated RR] RO 2/10/1908; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1968. $30 A C2 Koyule: ‘KO[Y]ULE/2NO34/TAS’ on 1d green KGV & 2d Vic Centenary x2. [Rated RRR] RO 1/2/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 19/12/ 1941. $25 A A2 Lachlan (2): framed ‘[LAC]HLAN/*/MY14/12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/6/1897; closed 31/1/1974. $15 A- A1 Latrobe: ‘PAID AT LATROBE/8JE67/TASMANIA’ on plain window envelope, some light staining Renamed from La Trobe PO 27/1/1873. $12 A2 - ‘PAID AT LATROBE/12MY71/TASMANIA’ in red (cut-to-shape). $4 A Launceston: Multicoloured PPC ‘Hobbler’s Bridge near Launceston, Tasmania’, unusual night scene, used 1906 in Sydney. PO 12/10/1822. $10 A A2 Launceston South: ‘PAID AT LAUNCESTON SOUTH/17JA69/ TAS·AUST’ in red on window-faced Gerrard Wire Tying Machines cover. Renamed from Wellington Street PO 1/11/1897; closed 27/1/1988. $8 A A2 Lemana Junction: ‘LEMANA JION/1—-15NO23/[TASM]ANIA’ on 1½d green KGV. Renamed from Chudleigh Junction PO 1/4/1906; closed 15/2/1985. $3 A A1 Liffey: framed ‘LAFFEY/MY30/06/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. $15 [Rated R] PO 16/8/1887; closed 31/12/1973. A C3 Lisle: fair strike on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 11/3/1879; closed 31/7/1950. $15 A A1- Longford: ‘PAID AT LONGFORD/-3■-7AU57/TAS-AUST’ in black, Oxford Polish Pty Ltd cover. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856. $40 A A2 Macquarie Plains: ‘MACQUARIE PLAINS/?OC59/TAS’ on ½d Roo x2. PO 27/6/1832; renamed Bushy Park PO 31/12/1967. $5 A C2 Macquarie Plains R.S.: framed ‘MACQUARIE PLAINS STN/ AP2/02/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/7/1892; renamed Gretna PO 31/12/1906. $15 A B2 Mathinna: ‘MATHINNA/AP7/22/TASMANIA’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Reedy Marsh, Blackboy PO 1/1/1882. $4 A B2 Melrose: framed ‘MELROSE/JY4/12/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/10/1885; PO 20/9/1886; closed 30/9/1968. $15 A A2 Mengha: ‘MENGHA/1MAY07/TASMANIA’ on ½d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1906; closed 30/6/1975. $15 A A1 Montezuma: framed ‘MONTEZUMA/JA26/00/[TAS]MANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 16/11/1897; closed 18/12/1907. $15 B B2 Mooreville Road: ‘[MOO]REVILLE ROAD/?FEB10/ [TASMA]NIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RR] RO 1/7/1906; PO c.1922; closed 29/8/1975. $30 A A2 Myrtle Bank: framed ‘MYRTLE BANK/FE10/10/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/7/1869; PO 1/1/1888; closed 31/10/1968. $15 A A2 Nubeena: framed ‘NUBEENA/AU25/16/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/12/1886. $8 A A2 Nugent: ‘NUGENT/10SEP12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] PO 5/2/1883; closed 15/10/1968. $30 A C1 Paloona: triple strike of framed ‘PALOONA/NO2/00/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RR] PO 1/12/1899; closed 31/8/1968. $30 A B2 Paradise: framed ‘PARADIS[E]/NO4/12/[TASM]ANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] RO 1/10/1898; PO 1/6/1927; closed 7/7/1961. $15 A B1- Parattah: ‘PARATTAH/19AU35/TASMANIA’ on 2d Silver Jubilee. Renamed from Oatlands Station PO 1/1/1882. $3 A A2 Pawtella: ‘PAWTELLA/13SE37/TAS’ on 2d scarlet KGVI Die I. RO 1/6/1924; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/3/1968. $7 A A2 Pelverata: ‘[PE]LVERATA/23FE31/[T]ASMANIA’ on 2d red KGV perf ‘T’. RO 1/8/1912; PO 1/4/1916; closed 30/4/1968. $10 A- B1 Penguin: ‘PENGUIN/PAID/8JA90/TAS-AUST-7316’ in red on cover (torn TRC), addressed to Launceston. Renamed from Penguin Creek PO 1/7/1895. $8 A A1 Pioneer: ‘PIONEER/2OC71/TAS-AUST’ on 6c red QEII cut-out uprated with with 1c brown QEII. Renamed from Bradshaw’s Creek PO 1/1/1956. $3 A A1 Plenty: framed ‘RIVER PLENTY/5JA14/TASMANIA’ on 1d roo. Renamed from River Plenty PO 1/7/1895; closed 31/8/1956. $8 A B1 Poatina: ‘POATINA/10OC79/TAS-7302’ on 20c Little Grebe on locally addressed cover. PO 1/1/1959; closed 30/7/1993. $8 A- A1- Renison Bell: ‘RENISON BELL/14JY1930/TASMANIA’ on 1½d Sturt, slight toning. PO 1/7/1908; TO 1/10/1968; closed 30/4/1976. $15 B A1- Ringarooma: ‘PAID AT RINGAROOMA/—■9OC56/TAS-AUST’ in black, on plain envelope, torn TRC well clear of handstamp. PO 1/10/1874. $30 A- B2 - ‘PAID AT RINGAROOMA/??14JA66/TAS-AUST’ on BP Agent cover, couple of tonespots at TRC. $20 A B1 Rogerton: ‘ROGERTON/27JE78/TAS-7330’ on APO env. [Rated R] From Roger River (1) 3/4/1978; to Roger River (2) 30/6/1978. $10 A A1+ Rosny Park: pictorial oval ‘OFFICIAL OPENING/{post office}/ 15OCT1982/ROSNY PARK TAS 7018.’ on 27c Historic PO on long illustrated APO ‘Rosny Park Post Office Opening’ cover, unaddressed. Replaced Bellerive PO 18/10/1982. $6

1926 S A B2 1927 *

Carlton-PO 9/11/1841; closed 30/11/1949. 29: 2 strikes on 2d Sideface pair. Allocated to Emu Bay-PO 1/7/1851; renamed Burnie PO 31/12/1881. 33: on ½d orange Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Fenton ForestRH 1/10/1856; PO 1/1/1857; renamed Glenora PO c.1871; closed 30/6/ 1971.

1891 D A A1

1925 S A B2

Glenorchy: ‘PAID AT GLENORCHY/10DE70/TAS-AUST’ in red on window-faced A.R.C. Engineering, Launceston cover. PO 1/7/

1913; RO c.1915; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/9/1971.


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1965 * A B2

1966 D A- A2 1967 D A1+ 1968 S A A1

- ‘ROSNY PARK/5P2NO87/TAS-7018’ on $1.20 APO receipt on 37c long PSE with small ‘Priority Paid’ label on front and 24-hr ‘ROSNY PARK/7018/2NOV1987/PRIORITY/PAID’ (A2) in blue on back. Ross: ‘ROSS/27AP32/TAS’ on 2d Bridge, hint of toning. PO 1/6/

1832.

Scottsdale: ‘PAID AT SCOTTSDALE/3AU70/TAS-AUST’ in red (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Ellesmere PO 4/9/1893. Seymour: framed ‘SEYMOUR/JU1”5”/04/TAS’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/9/1864; PO c.1877; RO c.1912; PO 1/6/1927; TO 1/10/ 1968; closed 31/12/1974.

1969 S A A2

Sidmouth: framed ‘SIDMOUTH/AP9/03/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial.

1970 * A- B1

Smithton: ‘PAID AT SMITHTON/—9JA62/TAS’ on window envelope with invoice enclosed, some soiling Renamed from Duck

1971 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. St. Patrick’s River: framed ‘STPATRICK’S RIVER/SP27/06/ TAS’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 15/11/1896; closed 23/5/1942. Stanley: ‘STANLEY/215P8AU35/TAS.’ on 2d Silver Jubilee.

1972 D A B1 1973 D A A11974 D A A1-

PO 1/4/1871.

River PO 1/7/1895.

Renamed from Circular Head PO 1/1/1882.

1975 D A A1-

Stoodley: framed ‘STOODLEY/JY3/30/TASMANIA’ on 1½d Sturt. PO 1/1/1904; closed 30/6/1970. Tarraleah: ‘TARRALEAH/9MY35/TAS’ on 2d Silver Jubilee.

1976 D A A1

Triabunna: ‘TRIABUNNA/18JE37/TAS.’ on 2d scarlet KGVI.

1977 S A A2

Tunnack: framed ‘TUNNACK/SP4/17/TAS:’ on 1d red KGV. RH

1978 S A A2 1979 * A B1-

- framed ‘TUNNACK/MR11/21/TAS:’ on 2d orange KGV. Ulverstone: ‘POSTAGE PAID ULVERSTONE/1—1JL28/TAS’ on Leven Harbour Trust window envelope. Renamed from Leven

1980 S A B2

1869; closed 31/3/1969.

Woodlands: framed ‘WOODLANDS/JA19/07/[TA]SMANIA’Con 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] Renamed from Jerusalem Lower PO 9/4/1894;

1986 D A A1-

Woodsdale: framed ‘WOODSDALE/4OC/37/TASMANIA’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. PO 1/3/1884; closed 16/5/1977. Wyena: framed ‘WYENA/*/DE27/[?]/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 8/7/1899; RO c.1912; PO 1/6/1927; closed 31/12/1968. - ‘WYENA/23AP36/TAS’ on 2d Cable. Wynyard: ‘PAID AT WYNYARD/ 1FE68/TAS-AUST’ on BP window envelope. Renamed from Table Cape PO 1/1/1882. York Plains: framed ‘YORK PLAINS/?19/31/°TASMANIA°’ on ½d orange KGV. PO 1/1/1892; closed 31/8/1968. Zeehan: framed ‘[Z]EEHAN/L/Au20/04/TASMANIA’ unusually on Vic 2/- blue on pink. Renamed from Mount Zeehan PO 1/12/1890. - ‘PAID AT ZEEHAN/7AP70/TAS-AUST’ in red on windoe-faced Howard Pty Ltd, Timber and Hardware Merchants, Zeehan cover.

1990 S A B2 1991 S A B2 1992 * A A2

VICTORIA 1993 G A 1994 F A1995 F B 1996 D A 1997 F A1998 D A1999 F A/C 2000 F A 2001 F A A1 2002 V A C1 2003 *

A C2

2004 F A B1 2005 *

A C1

2006 *

A- B1

renamed Lowdina RO 31/5/1914.

A A1 A B1

$15

2013 * A B1 2014 * A A1 2015 F A C1

$6 $16

2016 *

C B1

$3

2017 * A B1 2018 V A C1

$15

2019 V A C1

$4 $8

$5

PO 1/1/1882.

2009 * 2010 *

$4

Renamed from Spring Bay PO 1/1/1882.

1/9/1866; PO 1/6/1869; closed 29/8/1986.

A B1 A B1

2011 ** A A1 2012 ** A- B1

$8

1985 S A A1

1988 D A B1 1989 * A A1-

$3

Renamed from Nive Road PO 1/3/1935.

Waddamana: ‘WADDAMANNA/3-■■—5JA29/TASMANIA’ (error; ‘NN’) on 1½d red KGV. PO 18/8/1913; closed 8/1/1971. 1981 D A B1 Waratah: light framed ‘WARATAH/AP26/03/°TASMANIA°’ on 2d pict. Renamed from Mount Bischoff PO 1/1/1882. 1982 S A A2+ White Hills (2): framed ‘WHITE-HILLS/JU24/05/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/7/1866; PO 14/1/1879; closed 31/1/1967. 1983 S A A2 Williamsford: ‘WILLIAMSFORD/MY24/26/TAS:’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Deep Lead PO 1/4/1899; closed 18/6/1976. 1984 * B A2 Winkleigh: ‘WINKLEIGH/21JA37/TAS.’ on 2d red KGV on cover (toned edges) addressed to Sth. Aust, letter included. PO 1/12/

1987 S A A2

$12

2007 * 2008 *

2020 V 2021 V 2022 V 2023 F

A B1 A C1 A C1 A B1

2024 V A C1 2025 * A B1

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- 4d red, SG #316a, Cat £14. 1896-99 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 3rd V/Crown ½d carmine-rose, SG #330a. 1897 Hospital Charity Fund 1d (1/-) blue SG 353. 1899-1901 Stamp Duty Wmk 4th V/Crown ½d emerald, SG #356. - 1d olive SG 358. 1901 Re-Issue of No Postage Designs Perf 12x12½ 4d bistreyellow, SG #379, Cat £25, gum bend. - 4d bistre-yellow, SG #379, Cat £25. - 2/- blue on pink SG 382. 1901-10 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 4th V/Crown Perf 12x12½ or 12½ 1d Die I Watermark Sideways, SG #385ab, Cat £75. (8) - 1d Die II rejoined vertical pair, defaced with 2 thick parallel lines, SG #385b, (similar to BW #V36c, Cat $50), couple of tears. [These were used for testing the coil machines in 1907.] - 1d rose, Die II, SG #385b, with perf ‘OS’. - 3d dull orange-brown perf ‘OS’ CTO, SG #389, not recorded by ACSC. - 4d bistre-yellow perf ‘OS’ CTO, SG #390, not recorded by ACSC. - 9d rose-carmine wmk inverted perf ‘OS’ CTO, SG #393. - 2/- blue on rose wmk inverted perf ‘OS’ CTO, SG #395. - 5/- rose-red & pale blue CTO SE[?]/01, SG #398. 1905-13 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12x12½ or 12½ ½d blue-green wmk upright, SG #416a. - 1d rose-red Die III perf ‘OS’ CTO, SG #417. - 4d yellow-bistre, SG #421, with wmk inverted.

$5 VICTORIA | Postage Dues 1859 Perf 12 By Robinson 4d wmk upright & 5d wmk inverted, $3 2026 V A SG #D4-5, retail $50. 2027 * A B1 1895-96 New Colours Wmk 33 10d rosine & bluish green, SG #D17, Cat £25. $25 2028 * A C1 1895-96 Wmk 2nd V/Crown 5/- pale red & yellowish green, SG #D20, Cat £130. $7 $5 VICTORIA | Railway Stamps 2029 * A C1 1882-87 5th Series ½d purple-brown on cream, IPC #3.1332, wmk 1st Crown/V. $15 2030 ** A 1917 Winged Stamps 9d carmine on grey lilac issued for Erica. 1934 Third Issue Winged Stamps 2d green on white with grey $5 2031 ** A pattern issued for Nandaly. 2032 ** A - 4d carmine red on light blue with grey pattern issued for Diapur. 1958-66 Eleventh Series 2d mint block of 4 from Melbourne, $15 2033 ** A/ACat #3.1563, lower units creased, rare multiple. 2034 ** A - 3d mint block of 4 from Melbourne, Cat #3.1564, rare multiple. - 6d mint corner block of 4 from Melbourne, Cat #3.1567, rare $15 2035 ** A multiple. - 7d mint block of 4 from Melbourne, Cat #3.1568, couple of $5 2036 ** Acreases, rare multiple. - 10d mint corner block of 4 from Melbourne, Cat #3.1571, rare $10 2037 ** A multiple. $12 2038 ** A - 11d mint corner block of 4 from Melbourne, Cat #3.1572, rare multiple. $16 2039 F A - 1/- red issued for Sth. Melbourne. - 2/- mint corner block of 4 from Melbourne, Cat #3.1575, rare $4 2040 ** A multiple. - 3/- red issued for Melbourne. $10 2041 F A 2042 F A - 5/- red on white issued for Melbourne, ‘CANCELLED C.C.M’ in violet. 1981 Thirteenth Series complete set of 13 as marginal singles $12 2043 ** A VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2044 *** A 1885 New Stamp, New Heading and New Border 1d rose on cream, Stieg #P7b. * 1891 Universal Postal Union 1½d on 2d, Stieg #P14. $50 2045 *** A 2046 ** A 1895 Beer & Baccy 1d dark blue, Stieg #P18. * 1900 Federation 1d grey-green, Stieg #P25b. $30 2047 *** A - 1d orange, Stieg #P25c. 2048 ** A

1850-53 Half-Length Ham 3rd State 1d dull red horizontal rejoined pair 2-margins [Pos 13&14], SG #8a, Cat £380+, cancelled with poor Butterfly ‘1’. - 3d blue [pos 4] 2-margins, SG #11, Cat £80, cancelled with light BN ‘22’ of Brunswick, late use. 1850-53 Half-Length Ham 4th State 2d red-lilac close or slightly cut-into margins, SG #15, Cat £300, cancelled with VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards Butterfly ‘24’ of Horsham, couple of mild creases. $100 2049 *** A 1889 Full Figure of QV Price Three-Halfpence 1d blue on 1854 Imperf Queen on Throne Campbell & Co 2d brownish gray, Stieg #A1. purple vertical pair [CH-NS], SG #19, 3 good-margins. $50 2050 *F A1889 1d Blue ‘Price: Three-Halfpence’ light grey unsurfaced 1854 Imperf 1/- Octagonal greenish blue, 4 good margins, SG stock, Stieg #A1i. #25a, with white flaw below N of ONE [pos 22]. $30 2051 *** A 1893 1d Rose on Very Pale Grey Stock with seven lines of 1854-57 Half-Length Campbell & Ferguson 3d greenish blue instruction, Stieg #A5. 3½-margins [stone B pos 19], SG #31a, Cat £45, on piece with 1901 1d QV Rose on Very Pale Grey with two lines of 2052 *** A 6d orange woodblock. [3d separated from sheet by tearing.] $30 instruction on back, Stieg #A10. - 3d greenish blue pair [21-2] 4-margins, SG #31a, Cat £90+, unfortunately left unit has significant surface abrasions which VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Franks appear to have occured before posting. $30 2053 PS B Chief Secretary: red handstamp (Karman #V340.2) on piece. 1854-55 Imperf Calvert Woodblocks 6d orange SG 32a four good margins. $35 VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 2054 *** B 1891 3d carmine size a, Stieg #C7, slightly grubby. 1858 Queen-On-Throne Wmk Large Star Rouletted 5½-6½ 1901 3d QV Embossed 3d red-orange size b registered box 6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £14. $12 2055 *V B 52mm, Stieg #C9, Cat $300, 1902 Melbourne CTO, flap stuck 1859 Perf 12 By Robinson 1/- blue [pos 29], SG #81, with down. many white dots in border etc. $30 1867-81 Laureates Wmk V/Crown Perf 13 1d yellow-green VICTORIA | Postal History pair, SG #131b, Cat £170+, typical brown gum and associated * 1854 (Sep 30) use of 3-margins 1/- octagonal on front to Hobart, staining. $100 2056 F Aaddress obliterated. 1884-96 Stamp Duty Typo Wmk 1st V/Crown Perf 13 £1 reddish orange-yellow SG 262b. $95 1891 UPU Reprints 1d ochre Stamp Duty P12½ reprint of SG #265, ovpt ‘Specimen.’ type 24b. Not listed by Kellow, Turner & McCredie. Very rare. $100 1886-96 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 2nd V/Crown 1d yellow-green, SG #312a, Cat £11, hinge remainder. $10

$12 $4 $35 $10 $50 $20 $20 $85 $50 $15 $5 $30 $30 $30 $40 $20 $5 $30 $30

$20 $20 $40

$80 $35 $30 $30 $50 $60 $70 $70 $80 $80 $10 $90 $30 $35 $40

$25 $15 $40 $20 $20

$30 $20 $25 $45 $10 $10 $40

$50


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2058 *F B

Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1865 (Mar 11) inwards cover from USA to Melbourne addressed to “Capt John Smith/Barque Island City” with colourful franking of 3c rose & 30c orange (cat US$400+ on cover) cancelled by bars in-circle obliterator with adjacent Dover (New Hampshire) cds, 3c additionally cancelled by London Paid transit cds in red, ‘28’ handstamp in red indicative of combined 16c seapost plus 12c Britain-Australia rates, fine ‘MELBOURNE/1Y/JU-26/65’ arrival cds in blue. $350 1902 United States Consulate long cover to USA with 2½d pair. $16

VICTORIA | Barred Numerals 2059 S A A2- 46: right half 5th duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Hamilton-Renamed

$5

PO 1/1/1854.

$8

LPO 13/12/1993.

$3

2061 S A A2

62: right half duplex on 1d pink. Allocated to Meredith-PO 1/11/1854;

2062 D A A2

72: unframed 2nd duplex ‘SALE/JA15/83/VICTORIA - 72’ on 2d brown. Allocated to Sale-Renamed from Flooding Creek PO 1/1/1854. - 2 strikes of unframed 4th duplex ‘SALE/3C/SE24/01/VICTORIA - 72’ on 1d pink pair & 5d brown on registered Tatts cover (pin hole) with ‘R’ in circle handstamp. - double-circle duplex ‘SALE/PM/4/30.5.04/VICTORIA - 72’ on 1d pink pair on T. F. Legge, The Rialto, Sale (Agent for Australian Alliance Co.) cover (pin holes), to Hobart. 74: right half 1st duplex in blue on 2d brown. Allocated to Seymour-

2063 * A- B1 2064 * B A2 2065 S A A12066 * A A1

PO 1/7/1844; renamed Seymour West PO 15/3/1911.

2067 S A A2

- 2nd unframed duplex ‘SEYMOUR/JA20/98/VICTORIA - 74’ on 1d Post Card. 75: on 1d brown. Allocated to Shelford-Renamed from The Leigh PO

2068 S A A2

90: on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to St. Andrew-PO 1/1/1856;

2069 S A A2 2070 S A B2 2071 S A A2 2072 * A B1-

1/1/1854; LPO 20/5/1994.

renamed St. Andrews PO c.-/6/1923. 97: right half duplex. Allocated to Fiery Creek P.G.F.-Renamed from Fiery Creek PO 1/1/1856; renamed Raglan PO 16/5/1860; renamed Beaufort PO 27/5/1863; LPO 30/6/1995. 108: type 1AR on 2d violet. Allocated to Preston-PO 1/3/1856. 109: on 1d pink. Allocated to Taradale-PO 1/3/1856; LPO 31/10/1994.

124: light ‘124’ on 4d Laureate tied by poor 1860 Inverleigh crown oval on cover to Geelong. Allocated to Inverleigh-PO 11/10/ 1856; LPO 4/8/1993.

2073 S A A2

132: type 1B on 1d green Stamp Duty. Allocated to Newstead-PO

2074 * A- B1 2075 S A A2

- 2nd duplex ‘NEWSTEAD/AP10/96/VICTORIA - 132’ on 1d Post Card, minor faults. 155: 1st type on 2d Bell pair. Allocated to Sebastopol-PO 5/10/1857;

2076 S A A2 2077 S A A2 2078 S A- A2

- type 1B in blue on 1d pink. - right half of duplex ‘155’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] 168: right side duplex on 1d pink, some toning. Allocated to Yea-

2079 S A A2

170: right half of 1st duplex on 4d rose Laureate (SG #144).

2080 D A A2

- framed duplex ‘SHEPPARTON/A/OC20/00/VIC - 170’ on 1d pink x2. 172: 2nd Type (no sidebars) on ‘POSTAGE’ 1d. Allocated to

2081 S A A2 2082 * A A2

2083 S A A2

1/8/1857; LPO 5/7/1994.

LPO 28/9/1993.

PO 15/1/1858; LPO 18/11/1996.

Allocated to Shepparton-PO 1/5/1858.

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

174: 3rd duplex double-circle ‘BAIRNSDALE/PM/1.30/3·10·04/ VIC - 174’, WWW #80 on 1d pink x2 on cover to Hobart (spike hole). Allocated to Lucknow-PO 20/2/1858; renamed Bairnsdale PO 3/4/

2086 D A B2

2094 D A A12095 S A A2

2110 S A A2 2111 S A A2

$12 $20

2112 S A A2 2113 S A A2

$8

2114 S A A2

$12

2115 S A B2-

$5

2116 S A A2

$15

2117 S A A2

$3 $6 $4

2118 D A A2 2119 S A A2 2120 S A A2

$60 $6 $15 $8 $8 $8 $3 $10 $8 $5

2121 S A A2 2122 D A A1 2123 S A A2 2124 S A A2 2125 S A A2 2126 S A A2 2127 S A A2 2128 S A A2 2129 S A A2 2130 S A A2

renamed Neilborough PO 19/11/1874; closed 29/8/1975. 206: 1st type on 2d Bell. Allocated to Serpentine Creek-PO 1/7/1858; renamed Serpentine PO 8/3/1917.

$15

15/10/1993.

245: ‘245’ type 2BR on 1d Roo. [Rated R] Allocated to Sandy Creek-PO 1/1/1859, provisionally closed 18/4/1964.

$10 $15

2133 S A A2

2136 S A B2 2137 D A A1-

$5

2138 S A A2

Chinaman’s Flat-PO 20/11/1861; closed 8/11/1895.

$30

2139 S A B2

1978.

$5 $15

2140 D A A2

28/5/1993.

$6

2141 S A B2

1993.

$6

2142 S A A2

402: ‘402’ on 1d pink. [Unrated but formerly RRR] Allocated to

Little Bendigo-PO 1/6/1862; renamed Nerrina PO 1/11/1881; RO c.1903; PO c.1905; closed 20/10/1971. 419: ‘419’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Bald Hills (Gippsland)PO 1/12/1862; renamed Seaton PO 1/8/1879; TO c.-/12/1967; closed 25/3/1969. 442: ‘442’ 2nd type (6mm high) on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Newbury-PO 1/8/1863; closed 20/11/1974. 468: on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Newington-PO 1/5/1864; closed 31/10/1880.

$25

2143 S A A2 2144 S A B2

$15

2145 S A A2

$12

2146 S A A2

$6

$5

564: on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Stony Creek-PO 5/9/1866;

renamed Durdidwarrah PO 26/4/1870; RO c.1908; closed 17/10/1919. 567: ‘567’ on 2d Roo. Allocated to Shepherd’s Flat-PO 1/10/1866; closed 30/6/1968. 591: ‘591’ on 1d pink. [Rated S - but seems underrated] Allocated to Lawloit-Replaced Nhill PO 11/4/1867; closed 29/9/1942. 600: on 2d violet. Allocated to Natte Yallock-PO 1/6/1867; closed 30/8/ 1993. 619: ‘619’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Walmer-PO 1/1/1868; renamed Muckleford R.S. PO 1/1/1890; closed 30/6/1958. 644: 2nd type on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Dargo Flat-PO 18/3/1868; renamed Dargo PO c.-/11/1878; LPO 26/11/1993.

$10

Allocated to Pastoria-PO 21/7/1868; closed 31/12/1898. 657: ‘657’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Alfredton-PO 1/8/1868; LPO 19/8/ 1993. 659: ‘659’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Rokewood JunctionPO 1/10/1868; closed 30/7/1976. 661: on 1d pink. Allocated to Ballangeich-PO 1/11/1868; closed 30/9/ 1957. 672: ‘672’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Upper Maffra-PO 1/2/1869; renamed Maffra Upper PO 1/7/1889; renamed Newry PO 1/11/1894; LPO 7/10/1994. 717: 1st type on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Dunach-PO 5/9/ 1870; closed 4/3/1931. 728: light ‘728’ 1st type on 1d Bell. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Main Lead-PO 1/1/1871; TO 14/4/1934; closed c.1970. 734: ‘734’ on 2d violet. [Rated SS] Allocated to Shelbourne-PO 24/3/ 1871; closed 25/7/1976. 738: ‘738’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Nirranda-PO 4/3/1871; closed 7/7/1969. 741: ‘741’ on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to East Shelbourne-PO 24/3/1871; renamed Shelbourne East PO c.1875; closed 10/4/1922. 752: ‘752’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Toolleen-PO 12/7/1872; LPO 15/11/1993. 773: ‘773’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Flynn’s Creek-PO 21/2/1872; RO 1/3/1919; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 31/12/1948; closed 31/3/1949. 789: on 1d pink. Allocated to Ferntree Gully-PO 1/1/1873; renamed Ferntree Gully South PO 15/4/1967. 790: on 1d pink. Allocated to Newhaven-PO 1/1/1873, provisionally closed 31/12/1974; closed 31/3/1975. 799: ‘799’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Sarsfield-PO 1/4/1873; closed 28/2/1979.

$30

656: ‘656’ on 1d pink tied by sm-part ‘[SIDON]IA’. [Rated RR]

807: ‘807’ of Apollo Bay on 2d violet. 808: 1st type ‘808’ on 5d brown. Allocated to Griffith’s Point-PO 14/8/

1873; renamed San Remo PO 1/10/1888; LPO 31/3/1994.

- 1st type in blue on 1d pink pair. 844: ‘844’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Sebastian-PO 8/7/

$12 $10 $12 $30 $15

$5 $12 $10 $12 $15 $100 $10 $12 $20 $5 $8 $4 $8 $10 $5 $5 $10

1874; closed 3/9/1976.

$8

1874; renamed Natimuk PO 1/1/1884. 852: ‘852’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Mount Noorat-PO 1/8/1874; renamed Noorat PO 1/1/1875; LPO 8/7/1994.

$8

845: ‘845’ in blue on 1d brown. Allocated to Natimuk Creek-PO 1/7/

861: ‘861’ on 1d pink. [Rated R - but seems to be more difficult.]

Allocated to St. Huberts-PO 1/11/1874; renamed Yeringberg PO 15/8/ 1890; closed 31/7/1942. 862: in blue on 1d brown. [Rated SS] Allocated to Queensferry-PO 19/10/1874; closed 25/6/1903. 905: ‘905’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Kinloch-PO 1/12/1875; renamed Tarkedia PO c.-/6/1877; renamed Kingumwill PO 1/8/1886; renamed Sheep Hills PO 1/9/1886; closed 30/6/1981. 930: ‘930’ on 1d brown. [Rated SS] Allocated to Nelson-PO 17/3/ 1876; LPO 22/12/1993.

976: on 2d violet. [Rated SS] Allocated to Yallook-PO 6/6/1877; RO

closed 30/9/1971.

- 2 strikes in blue on 1d pink & 2d violet x2. 394: on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Axedale-PO 21/4/1862; LPO

1866; LPO 22/9/1993.

2135 S A A2

$5

392: on 1d pink. Allocated to Sandford-PO 12/5/1862; closed 31/8/

$6

561: ‘561’ on 1d brown. [Rated S] Allocated to Balnarring-PO 1/7/

945: unframed duplex ‘NATIMUK/JA27/10/VICTORIA - 945’ on 1d pink on framed sepia PPC ‘Natimuk Post Office’ Semco Series card (creases). Allocated to Opossum Hill-PO 17/4/1876;

$6 $30 $25

482: ‘482’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Newlyn-PO 10/9/1864;

renamed Newlyn North PO 1/2/1915.

2134 * A- B2

1994.

362: on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Newham-PO 16/9/1861;

2097 S A B2

2100 S A A2

2109 S A B2

2132 D A A2

398: ‘398’ on 1d brown. Allocated to Scarsdale-PO 1/6/1862; LPO 1/9/

2099 S A A2

2108 S A A2

$10

2096 S A A2

2098 S A B2

$6

2107 S A A2-

10/8/1993.

2092 S A A2+ 371: almost perfect strike on 1d brown. [Rated RR] Allocated to 2093 D A A2

2105 S A C2

2131 D A A2

184: ‘184’ in blue on 2d violet. Allocated to Skipton-PO 6/3/1858; LPO

2089 D A A2 - type 2BR on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] 2090 S A A2+ 360: on 2d violet. Allocated to New Gisborne-PO 1/9/1861; LPO 27/6/ 2091 D A A2

2104 S A A2

$10

- unframed duplex ‘SERPENTINE/JA31/98/VICTORIA - 206’ on 2d violet vertical pair. 2087 S A A2+ 227: type 2R on 1d pink. Allocated to Anakie-PO 15/10/1858; LPO 2088 S A B2

2103 S A A2

1862.

2084 S A A2+ 202: on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Whipstick-PO 1/4/1858; 2085 S A A2

2102 S A A2

2106 S A A2

from The Grange PO 1/1/1854.

2060 S A A2+ 57: unframed 2nd duplex ‘[K]YNETON/[?]/[?]/[VICTORI]A - 57’ on 4d ochre pair. Allocated to Kyneton-Renamed from Mount Macedon

2101 S A A2

$5 $10 $12 $8 $20

renamed Orville PO 8/6/1876; closed 11/12/1894.

$15

1/8/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/3/1955. 978: on 1d brown. Allocated to Yarck-PO c.-/2/1877; LPO 1/2/1994.

$10 $4

23/11/1967.

$25

1877; closed 18/1/1985.

$10

1015: ‘M15’ on 1d pink tied to unframed ‘NEERIM/DE3/06/ VICTORIA’ (A2) on piece. Allocated to Neerim-PO 25/8/1877; closed 1023: ‘M23’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Noradjuha-PO 24/10/ 1027: ‘M27’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Woodlands-PO 20/4/

1878; renamed Catumnal PO c.-/4/1879; RO 1/2/1908; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1930. 1045: ‘M45’ on 2d sepia. [Rating S] Allocated to Ninyeunook-PO c.1896; TO c.1962; closed 31/8/1968. 1046: ‘M46’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Burrereo-PO c.-/2/ 1878; closed 1/2/1895. 1052: ‘M52’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Allocated to Northwood-PO c./2/1878; closed 1/7/1895. 1064: ‘M64’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Salisbury West-PO 1/4/1878; closed 30/6/1971. 1071: ‘M71’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Nurrabiel-PO 1/10/ 1881; closed 30/4/1974. 1077: ‘M77’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Nullawarre-PO 22/9/ 1879; LPO 2/5/1994. 1083: ‘M83’ 1st type on 2d brown QV. Allocated to Nathalia-PO 7/9/ 1878; LPO 1/2/1995.

$10 $15 $12 $40 $15 $12 $6 $8


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 2147 D A A2

- unframed duplex ‘NATHALIA/DE10/00/VICTORIA - M83’ (1st state - horizontal arcs) on 2d violet. 2148 S A A2+ 1086: ‘M86’ on 1d brown. [Rated SS] Allocated to Hanson South-PO

2149 * A A1-

1/10/1878; closed 28/2/1948.

2150 S A A2 2151 S A A2

1091: 2 partly overlapping strikes of unframed ‘NUMURKAH/ DE13/04/VICTORIA - M91’ (2nd duplex) on 1d pink x2 on Tatts cover (pin holes). Allocated to Numurkah-PO 2/11/1878. 1094: ‘M94’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] PO 1/10/1878; closed 31/12/1961. 1107: ‘MC/7’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Scott’s Creek-PO

2152 S A A2

1118: ‘MC/18’ on 2d sepia. [Rated SS] Allocated to Doboobetic-PO

2153 S A A2 2154 S A A2 2155 S A A2 2156 S A A2 2157 S A A2 2158 S A A2 2159 * B A1 2160 S A A2

13/1/1879; LPO 2/5/1994; closed 31/7/2000.

c.-/5/1879; renamed Dooboobetic PO c.1890; RO c.1920; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1941. 1121: ‘MC/21’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Goorambat-PO 17/3/1879; renamed Goorambat East PO 4/4/1898; RO 1/10/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 18/9/1931. 1133: ‘MC/33’ on 1d brown. [Rated S] Allocated to Shoreham-PO 1/10/1881; LPO 7/7/1993. 1163: ‘MC/63’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Mitchell’s Hill-PO 1/11/1879; closed 16/7/1943. 1173: ‘MC/73’ on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Sedgwick-PO 1/3/ 1880; closed 23/9/1994. 1189: ‘MC/89’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Scott’s Marsh-PO 9/8/1880; renamed Scotsburn PO 1/11/1889; closed 30/4/1971. 1211: ‘MCC/11’ (type 12B) on 1d Bell. Allocated to Nhill-PO 1/1/ 1881; LPO 22/7/1997.

- 22mm unframed duplex ‘NHILL/OC25/05/VICTORIA - MCC/11’ (arcs 1,1) on 1d pink pair on Tatts cover, faults. 1215: ‘MCC/15’ on 2d SDuty. [Rated RR - only the 2nd example we have offered.] Allocated to Conover West-PO 1/2/1881; closed 8/7/

1325: ‘MCCC/25’ on 1d pink. [Rated R - the first offered by us]

2175 S A A2 2176 S A B2 2177 S A A2 2178 S B A2 2179 S A B22180 S A A2 2181 D B A1

1883; LPO 1/7/1993.

$8

1711: on 1d brown & 2d SDuty on piece tied with part ‘[NUG]ONG’. [Rated SS] Allocated to Nugong-PO 7/10/1889; closed 20/1/1915.

1718: on 1d brown. Allocated to Newlyn R.S.-PO 20/11/1889; renamed

2183 S A- B2

1732: ‘1732’ on 1d brown. [Rated RR] Allocated to Nullan-PO 20/11/

2184 S A A2

1761: ‘1761’ on 1d brown. [Rated SS] Allocated to Salisbury-PO

2185 S A A2 2186 S A A2-

- ‘1761’ in blue on 1d pink. [Rated SS] 1824: ‘[1]824’ on 1d red QV. [Rated RR] Allocated to Moranding-PO

2188 S A A2 2189 S A B2

Newlyn PO 1/2/1915.

1889; closed c.-/2/1960.

19/5/1890; renamed Salisbury R.S. PO c.1892; renamed Salisbury PO 7/6/1942.

6/12/1890; closed 31/8/1957. 1870: on 1d brown. Allocated to Gembrook North-PO 6/8/1891; RO 7/7/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 6/12/1930. 1901: on 2d violet. Allocated to Neerim North-PO 25/9/1892; closed 31/8/1971. 1925: ‘1925’ 2nd Type (7mm high) on 2d violet. Allocated to Wandin-PO 19/8/1892; renamed Wandin South PO 2/8/1893; renamed Silvan PO 20/8/1913.

2203 D A A2 2204 S A A2

$5

Allocated to Langdon’s Hill-PO 22/1/1883; RO 1/7/1917; PO 17/4/1926; closed c.1935. 1338: ‘MCCC/38’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR.] Allocated to DarkboneePO 18/5/1883; renamed Sutherland’s Plains PO 1/6/1884; renamed Sutherland PO c.1896; closed 31/1/1963. 1351: ‘MCCC/51’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Neuarpurr-10/9/ 1883; renamed Neuarpur PO c.1902; closed 25/9/1979. 1367: ‘M[CCC]/67’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Dark RiverPO 1/12/1883; closed 30/9/1905. 1379: ‘MCCC/79’ on 2d violet & 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Gre Gre Village-PO 10/12/1883, provisionally closed 31/1/1965; closed 1/3/1969. 1454: ‘MCCCC/54’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Lang Lang East-PO 16/3/1885; replaced by Nyora PO c.-/9/1890; LPO 4/8/1993. 1468: ‘1468’ 2nd type on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to NicholsonPO 1/8/1885; LPO 30/3/1994. 1476: light clear ‘MCCCC/76’ on 2d SDuty. [Rated SS] Allocated to Richmond Plains-PO 16/11/1885; RO 4/12/1911; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/10/1959. 1481: ‘MCCC/81’ on 1d pink pair. Allocated to Public Offices-RH 22/9/1885; PO c.1902; replaced by Collins Street East PO 20/6/1969. 1506: ‘MD/6’ on 2d violet. [Rated SS] Allocated to Netherby-PO 1/9/ 1886; closed 28/11/1975. 1512: ‘MD/12’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Bloomfield R.S.PO 1/5/1886; renamed Nilma PO 1/11/1909. 1617: ‘1617’ on 2d violet. [Rated RR] Allocated to Nooramunga-PO 1/12/1887; closed 30/5/1960. 1664: on ½d pink Stamp Duty. [Rated SS] Allocated to SandmountPO 25/10/1888; RO 24/5/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1950. 1668: ‘1668’ on 2d violet (missing corner). [Rated RR] Allocated to Newmerella-PO 1/1/1889; closed 1/4/1897. 1687: light strike on 1d pink. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Kinypanial South-Renamed from Kinneypaniel South PO c.1898; RO 15/8/1917; PO 1/7/1927; TO 15/9/1944; closed 19/8/1952. 1706: ‘1706’ on 1d brown. [Rated SS] Allocated to Lyons-PO 5/10/ 1889; TO 15/7/1918; closed 5/7/1971.

1938: ‘1938’ 2nd type (figures 7mm high) on 1d pink. Allocated to Newfield-PO 12/11/1892, provisionally closed 7/11/1964; closed c.-/6/ 1965. 1947: ‘1947’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Nowa Nowa-PO 11/3/1893; closed 17/6/1895. 1966: ‘1966’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Tyntynder-PO 4/5/1894; renamed Nyah PO 1/11/1894; LPO 23/7/1993. 1975: ‘1975’ on 1d brown. Allocated to Sea Lake-PO 2/10/1895; LPO 18/6/1993. 1982: ‘[1]982’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Fosterville-PO 4/6/1897; closed 31/8/1974. 1983: ‘1983’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Nullawil-PO 26/4/1897; LPO 31/8/1994. 1998: ‘1998’ on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to North Shore-PO 27/8/1898; renamed Corio PO 1/12/1908. 2048: ‘2048’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Allocated to Muskerry East-PO 1/8/1901; RO 15/11/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 4/2/1956.

VICTORIA | Datestamps $10 2198 D A A2 3rd Asian Oceanic Postal Union Congress: ‘RELIEF/ 17NO75/64/VIC-AUST’ on 1c. PO 17/11/1975; closed 18/11/1975. $25 2199 D A B1 A.1 Mine Settlement: ‘A.1.MINE SETTLEMENT/1AP40/ VIC·AUST’, WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] RO 1/7/1910; PO 1/7/1917; closed 9/3/1967. $10 2200 * A- A2 Abbotsford: ‘ABBOTSFORD N.9/2/2AP63/VIC- AUST’ (WWW #80A) on 2/5d with blue registration label. [Rated S] PO 9/1/1888; $6

by Burwood East LP 7/11/1997.

2182 S A A2

2187 S A A2

$8

$30

2165 S A B2

2174 S A A2

2197 S A C2

1/9/1881; closed 15/12/1917.

1323: ‘MCCC/23’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Neerim South-PO 1/2/

2173 D A A2

2196 S A A2

$15

2164 S A A2

2172 S A A2-

2195 S A A2

1/7/1881; closed 30/12/1953.

1317: ‘1317’ reconstructed from 2 part cancels on 1d pinks. [Rated R] Allocated to Tally Ho-PO 1/12/1882; LPO 10/8/1993; replaced

2171 S A B2

$8

2194 S A C3

2202 * A A1

2163 S A A3

2170 S A B2

$10

2193 S A A2

$30

1240: ‘MCC/40’ on 2d violet. [Rated RR] Allocated to Neereman-PO

2169 D A A2

$15

2192 S A A2

1895.

2162 D A A2

2168 S A B2

$10 $12

2191 S A A2

2201 * A A1

1223: ‘MCC/23’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Sandhill Lake-PO

2167 S A A2

$15

2190 D A A2

$15

2161 S A B2

2166 S A B2

$8

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$20 $40 $8 $10

2205 * A- B2

$12

$15

2210 D A A2 2211 D A1 2212 D B1

$15 $8

2213 D A B1 2214 D B A2

$12 $8 $20

2215 D A- A2 2216 * A A1

$25 $50

2217 D A A2 2218 S A A2

$50 $10 $10 $8

- ‘AUSTRALIA POST/1/30DEC1999/ABBOTSFORD VIC. 3067’ WWW #275, on 45c on Alexander Last Day of Corporate Post Office cover. - ‘AUSTRALIA POST/2/30DEC1999/ABBOTSFORD VIC. 3067’ WWW #285, on 45c on Alexander Last Day of Corporate Post Office cover. Acheron (2): ‘ACHERON/30MY60/VIC’, WWW #20B on 5d blue QEII. [Rated S] Renamed from Acheron Lower PO 1/7/1894; closed

2219 D A A2 2220 D A A2 2221 S A A2 2222 D A A1-

$40 2223 D A A2

$5 $4 $8 $12 $10

$20 $15 $12 $6 $6

31/1/1967.

$10

closed 10/11/1934.

Allansford: ‘ALLANSFORD/31MAR1995/VIC. 3277’ WWW #100, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 1/1/1860; LPO 9/5/1994.

Altona: ‘[AL]TONA/19MR87/1/VIC AUST 3018’ WWW #60C, on 20c [Rated RR] RO 14/1/1918; PO c.1921. - ‘PAID AT ALTONA /5-P23NO73/VIC-AUST’ (‘W.18’ removed) in red. [Rated RR] Altona North (2): ‘ALTONA NORTH W.21/29DE66/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A (arcs 3½,4). [Rated RRRR] PO 1/3/1966. Alvie: ‘ALVIE/27OC39/VIC’, WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. PO 27/6/1894; closed 31/10/1978.

Ancona: ‘ANCONA/3MR36/VICTORIA’, WWW #10 on damaged 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR] Renamed from

Ancorna PO c.-/6/1907; closed 1/7/1968.

Annuello: ‘ANNUELLO/3■AU48/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 2½d Farrer (some toned perfs). [Rated R] RO 15/4/1921; PO 9/4/

$15 $70 $5 $30 $6 $8 $10 $40 $5 $50

1923; closed 31/5/1976.

$8

Renamed from Krambruk PO 2/5/1898; LPO 28/7/1995.

$6

Apollo Bay: ‘APOLLO BAY/2JUN1995/VIC. 3233’ WWW #80, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. Appin (2): ‘APPIN/11MR28/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR]

Renamed from Violet Bank PO 3/12/1915; closed 30/9/1956.

Ararat: ‘ARARAT/2?DE25/VIC.’, WWW #170A on 9d Roo. [Rated RRR] Replaced Cathcart PO 31/8/1857. - ‘ARARAT/27SE38/VIC-AUST’, WWW #180 (arcs 5½,6) on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] Ararat North: ‘ARARAT NORTH/20JA82/VIC-AUST’ on 5c Wombat. [Rated R] PO 1/3/1957; closed 31/5/1983. Archerton: unframed ‘ARCHERTON/NO29/20/VICT[OR]IA’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/4/1895; RO 15/10/1917; PO 1/7/

$30 $30 $15 $8

1927; closed 30/11/1965.

$30

closed 14/5/1976.

$60

Arkona: ‘ARKONA/15AU68/VIC’ on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR] Renamed from Katyil West RO 25/2/1912; PO 19/3/1917;

Arnold: ‘ARNOLD/2-AU46/VIC.’, WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] Renamed from Arnold R.S. PO 23/6/1924; closed 20/1/1989. Arthur’s Creek: ‘ARTHUR’S CREEK/22FE60/VIC’ on 1959 Xmas. [Rated RR] PO 7/10/1889; closed 31/1/1972. Ascot: ‘ASCOT/12OC46/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] PO

2224 D A B1

$20

2225 D A A1

$5

2226 * A A1-

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]

2227 D A A1

Avoca: ‘AVOCA/4DE25/VIC’, WWW #70 (arcs 8½,9) on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/9/1854; LPO 30/11/1995.

$10

$10

$6

$20 $30

$12

$12

1/8/1974.

Addington (2): ‘ADDINGTON/??????/VIC’, WWW #10A on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Addington R.S. PO c.1910; closed

Albert Park: 2 strikes of ‘ALBERT PARK/2JL48/VIC.’ (B1 backstamp - arcs 4,3) on 1d Princess, 2d purple & 2½d red KGVI on cover (part on flap missing) with blue registration label, addressed to St.Kilda. [Rated RR] RH 26/11/1883; PO c.-/1/1884. 2206 * B A1 Albert Park South: ‘ALBERT PARK SOUTH SC6/20FE67/VICAUST’, WWW #10B on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. [Rated RRR] PO 1/11/1947; closed 13/8/1976. 2207 * A1 Alfredton: black and white photo of Alfredton Post Office taken in 1969. PO 1/8/1868; LPO 19/8/1993. 2208 S A A2+ All Australian Exhibition: ‘ALL AUST. EXHIBTN. MELBNE. [N.3]/8NO34’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR] PO 13/10/1934; 2209 * A A1

$6

LPO 4/1/2000.

$25

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

Renamed from Ascot Vale West PO c.1893.

$8 $20 $8

$12 $6


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2228 D A- B2

Avon Plains: unframed ‘AVON PLAINS/29MR/20/VIC’, WWW #30 on 1½d brown KGV (toned perfs). [Rated R] PO 14/1/1862;

2229 D A1

Bacchus Marsh: ‘BACCHUS MARSH/28SE45/VIC-AUST’, WWW #130a. [Rated RR] Renamed from Ballan PO 1/7/1850. - black and white photo of Bacchus Marsh Post Office taken in 1968. Bairnsdale: poor broken rectangle ‘[BAIR]NSDALE/ 26JUL194[5]/VIC.’, WWW #170 in violet on 2½d red KGVI pair. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Lucknow PO 3/4/1862. - ‘BAIRNSDALE/26JY61/VIC-AUST’, WWW #220 (arcs 4,5), on 5/- Cattle on WCS addressed cover. - ‘RELIEF S[TAMP. ]VIC./23P24MY42/NO 15’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Used 30/3/1942-30/5/1942] Bairnsdale R.A.A.F. P.O.: light ‘R.A.A.F.P.O. BAIRNSDALE/ 415P-8JE42/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10 (A1 backstamp) on 1d & 3½d Surcharge (1 other stamp removed) on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated R] PO 20/5/1942; closed

2230 * A1 2231 D A B3 2232 * A A1 2233 D A B2 2234 * B A1-

2235 D B1 2236 * B A2

2237 D B1 2238 * B B2 2239 * A- A1 2240 D A A1 2241 * A A1 2242 * A A1 2243 S A A2 2244 D B1 2245 D A A1 2246 D A A1 2247 S A A2 2248 * A A2 2249 * A A1 2250 * A- B1

2251 * A A1

2252 S A A3 2253 * A- A2

closed 28/2/1976.

9/3/1946.

Balaclava: ‘BALACLAVA/PAID/10AP78/VIC-AUST-3183’ in red, WWW #320A. [Rated RR] PO 5/7/1909. Balcombe Mil. P.O. (1): 2 strikes of ‘MIL.P.O. BALCOMBE/ 1230P28JE44/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10 on ½d Roo pair & 3d brown KGVI on ACF advertising cover (some toning) with boxed ‘AUSTRALIAN/MILITARY [FORCES]/PASSED BY CENSOR/ 1451’ in violet and handwritten ‘AIR MAIL’. PO 1/6/1940; closed 7/6/ 1948.

Ballan (3): ‘BALLAN/PAID/5PM7SE82/VIC-AUST-3342’, WWW #220B in red. [Rated RR] PO c.-/9/1853; LPO 18/11/1993. Ballarat: unframed ‘REGISTERED/OC1/04/BALLARAT’ on 1d x3 (2d removed) on Tatts cover. PO 1/11/1851. - ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE/16MY41/BALLARAT VIC’ WWW #2840, on Congratulatory Telegram (#A-G-7A(i)). [Rated RRRR] Ballarat East: ‘BALLARAT EAST/17JE53/VIC-AUST’, WWW #100A (arcs 1½,1), on 3d green QEII pair. PO 1/12/1857; replaced by Bakery Hill PO 31/8/1992.

- ‘BALLARAT EAST/28AU92/VIC-AUST’ (Closing day) on Alexander 20c PSE. - ‘POST OFFICE/28AUG1992/BALLARAT EAST 3350’ WWW #125 (Closing day) on Alexander 20c PSE. - unframed ‘M.O & S.B/OC25/89/BALLARAT EAST’, WWW #310 on 6d blue Stamp Duty. - ‘PAID AT BALLARAT EAST/—28AU62/VIC’, WWW #410C (price turned-off) in red. [Rated R] Ballarat West (2): ‘BALLARAT WEST/1 20OC80/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10B (time added - always 1 o’clock) on 5c Dotterel. [Rated R] PO 12/4/1966; LPO 8/6/1993. Balliang East: ‘BALLIANG EAST/■4AP57/VIC’ on 4d lake QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] RO 1/8/1911; PO c.-/1/1924; closed 24/11/ 1958.

Balmoral: unframed ‘BALMORAL/MY12/03/VICTORIA’ WWW #50 on 1d pink. PO 31/10/1855; LPO 15/6/1994. Balwyn (2): ‘BALWYN/5-P160C81/VIC-3103’, WWW #110B (changed to LDL, error for 1991) arrival on back of cover. PO 12/7/1920.

Balwyn North (2): ‘BALWYN NORTH 3104/10JUN1999/VIC AUST’ WWW #100, on 45c on Alexander Closure of Corporate Post Office cover. PO 1/7/1941; LPO 15/6/1999. Bandiana Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. BANDIANA/11JE45/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,1½), WWW #40A, on 4d Koala with 1d purple-brown QM x3 on ACF air cover to Ultimo, NSW, with blue C6 registration label & boxed ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ (A1-) in purple, some edge wear PO 28/9/1942; LPO 4/3/1994.

Barker: light strike of ‘BARKER /24OC97/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10C (Closing date) on 45c on Alexander Closure of Barker cover. Renamed from Glenferrie PO c.1952; LPO 23/8/1993; renamed Hawthorn LP 24/10/1997.

Beaconsfield Upper: experimental type ‘BEACONSFIEL[D]/ 25MY97/[*]’ with date wheels (not slugs) on 1d brown. Renamed from Beaconsfield PO 1/7/1891; LPO 18/1/1994.

[BLA]CKBURN/3½D30JA58/VIC’,

Blackburn: ‘PAID AT WWW #410B in red ink. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Blackburn Creek PO 12/3/1883.

Bloomfield R.S.: unframed ‘BLOOMFIELD RY STN/FE12/4/VIC’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] PO 1/5/1886; renamed Nilma PO 1/11/1909. 2255 * A B1 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. 2256 S A A2+ Bourke Street East: unframed ‘[BO]URKE STREET EAST/ NO20/99/[V]IC’, on 1d red. Replaced Eastern Market RH 23/6/1886; 2254 S A B2

2257 * A A1

2261 * A A1 $8 $12 $5

2263 * A B2

$15

2264 * A B1

$12 $5

$25 $10

$15

2267 D B1 2268 * A- A1 2269 * A B1-

2270 D A A1

$6

2271 D A B2

$7

2272 D A A2

$50

2273 * A A2

$4 $6

2274 D A A1

$6

2275 D A B1

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

2276 D A A2 2277 S A A2 2278 D A- B2 2279 * B A1 2280 D A A1 2281 D B1 2282 D A2 2283 * A A2

$25

$6 $30 $50 $6

2284 D A B1 2285 D A1+ 2286 D A1 2287 S A B2 2288 D A1 2289 * B B2 2290 D A A2 2291 D A1

$30 $10

replaced by Box Hill Business Centre BC c.-/10/1991.

$10

2258 * A- A1- - ‘BOX HILL/19AU53/VIC-AUST’, WWW #78A (A1 backstamp, arcs 6,5) on 1/0½d blue KGVI on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label, filing hole. [Rated RRRR] 2259 * A B1 - ‘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] 2260 * A A1- - ‘BOX HILL E.11/27MY59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #90A (arcs 2½,2) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRR]

2265 * A A1 2266 * A A1

PO c.1902; closed 20/6/1969.

Box Hill: ‘BOX HILL/17NO56/VIC-AUST’, WWW #60A (arcs 6½,6) in red on 4d on 3rd VPA Congress cover. PO 1/2/1861;

2262 * B C1

$70

2292 D B1 2293 * A A1 2294 S A- A2 2295 * B B1 2296 * A A1 2297 D A A1

$20 $25

2298 D A B2

Broadford: BROADFORD LPO/29JUN1998/VIC 3658’ WWW #160 (ERD) on 45c on Alexander opening of Licensed Post Office cover. PO 1/7/1852; LPO 29/6/1998. Brown Hill: poor ‘BROWN HILL/22SE39/VIC’ WWW #40A, on KGVI 1d & 2d x2 with blue provisional registration label. [Rated S] PO 1/12/1857; LPO 17/8/1993. Brunswick: ‘BRUNSWICK/15OC56/VIC.’, WWW #90A (arcs 5,5) on 6½d orange on 1/0½d brown Registration Envelope with blue label. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1854. - ‘BRUNSWICK/28JA58/VIC.’, WWW #90A (arcs 5,5), on 1/7d brown QEII, on cover with blue C6 registration label, backstamped with ‘[SHEP]PARTON/345P29JA58/VIC-AUST’ (A2) arrival, backflap missing. [Rated R] - ‘BRUNSWICK No1/1AU38/VIC’, WWW #140 on 1d green QE on plain FDC. [Rated RR] - violet 38mm double-circle ‘BRUNSWICK/11AUG1987/VIC 3056’ (WWW #290 - 8DL), on long APO cover. Brunswick East: ‘BRUNSWICK EAST/5SE66/VIC’, WWW #20B backstamp. [Rated R] RH 13/1/1888; PO c.1902; LPO 20/9/1993. - ‘BRUNSWICK EAST /M.O.O/24NO82/VIC-AUST’ (N.11 removed), 310B, on long APO cover (tear and back flap taped). Brunswick North: ‘BRUNSWICK NORTH N.10/17FE58/VICAUST’, WWW #10A (B1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated RRR] PO 3/10/1949; LPO 31/7/1993.

Brunswick West: ‘BRUNSWICK WEST/13MR79/VIC’ (dateline moved to the left) WWW #10C, on 5c Bridge. [Rated S] PO 10/3/ 1913; LPO 6/9/1993.

- ‘[BR]UNSWICK WEST N.12/2/7JY62/[VIC-]AUST’, WWW #30A on 5d Xmas. [Rated RRRR] - ‘BRUNSWICK WEST N.12/3/22JY65/VIC[-AUST]’, WWW #40A on 5d green. [Rated RRR] - ‘[B]RUNSWICK WEST /3/31AI71/[VIC]-AUST’ (N.12 removed) WWW #40C, on Canberra Television PTPO advertising windowfaced cover with violet ‘UNCLAIMED AT/BRUNSWICK WEST 3055’, violet Pointed Finger ‘Return to Sender’ and violet boxed ‘Left Address’ cachets. Buangor (1): ‘BUANGOR/25NO67/VIC.’ in violet on 5c Thornbill. PO 25/5/1863; LPO 22/11/1993; closed 30/6/1994. Buchan South: ‘BUCHAN SOUTH/■4JL57/VIC.’, WWW #30B (dateline inverted) on 4d lake QEII. [Rated RR] PO 18/3/1901;

closed 31/3/1980.

Buckrabanyule (2): ‘BUCKRABANYULE/5AU52/VIC’, WWW #20A on 3½d brown KGVI. Renamed from Buckrabanyule R.S. PO

c.1902; closed 30/6/1992.

Bulla: unframed ‘BULLA/MY20/07/VICTORIA’, WWW #30, on 1d pink. Renamed from Bulla Bulla PO 1/1/1854; LPO 21/2/1994. Bullarto (2): unframed ‘BULLARTO R[Y STN]/MY1/09/vic’ (inverted day and month) on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Renamed from

$6 $15 $12

$12 $20 $8 $6 $6

$20 $6 $30 $16

$15 $6 $20 $4 $5

Bullarto R.S. PO c.1902; closed c.1910.

$30

c.1911; renamed Bullarto PO 1/5/1967.

$12

Bullarto R.S. (2): ‘BULLARTO/1OC47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland on Sunball cover (roughly opened out). [Rated S] TO c.1910; PO

Bulleen (2): ‘BULLEEN/15FE62/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30, (arcs 10,11) on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] Renamed from Bulleen South PO

1/12/1960; renamed Bulleen South PO 2/9/1969.

Bulleen (3): ‘BULLEEN/PAID/24SE71/VIC-AUST-3105’, WWW #310 in red. [Rated R] PO 3/9/1969. - 38mm double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/3OCT1995/ BULLEEN VIC.3105’ (8DL), WWW #420A. [The first offered by us] Bundoora (1): ‘BUNDOORA/24MY65/VIC’, WWW #20B on 5d Churchill on unaddressed FDC. [Rated S] PO 1/10/1863; renamed Bundoora Mail Delivery Annexe DC c.1992.

- ‘BUNDOORA/6MY71/VIC’, WWW #20B on 6c orange QEII pair. [Rated S] - ‘BUNDOORA/9JA76/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 7¾,8¾) in violet. [WWW #30; Rated S] - ‘BUNDOORA/PAID/8AU74/VIC-AUST-3083’, WWW #510A in red. [Rated R] Bungaree: unframed ‘BUNGAREE/2MY/14/VICTORIA’ on 3d Roo. PO 1/8/1863; LPO 1/6/1994. Buninyong: ‘BUNINYONG/15MR32/VIC’, on 2d red KGV.

$6 $6 $30 $8 $6 $8 $8 $10

$5 - ‘BUNINYONG/?0??56/VIC-A[US]T’, WWW #90A on 3d green QEII on Shire of Buninyong advertising cover (flap missing). $8 Burnley: ‘BURNLEY/2AU62/VIC’, WWW #20B on 5d Stuart. [Rated R] RH 21/3/1887; PO c.1893; LPO 24/5/1993. $5 - 32½mm ‘BURNLEY/1/26SEP1994/VIC-AUST’ (9DL), WWW #70. [Only recorded date] $8 - ‘PAID AT BURNLEY /18AU75/VIC-AUST’ (E.1 removed), WWW #210B in red. [Rated R] $8 Burnley North: 36mm ‘BURNLEY NORTH/27SEP1991/VIC. 3121’ (8DL) on 43c Cat on long Everon Industrial Laundries, Richmond advertising cover. PO 1/11/1938; LPO 21/6/1993. $8 Burwood: ‘BURWOOD/13OC16/VIC’, WWW #30 (arcs 6,6) on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Ballyshanassy PO c.-/6/1879. $10 - ‘BURWOOD. E.13/3AP64/VIC-AUST’, WWW #60A (arcs 1,1) on 2½d red KGVI on torn, opened-out Sunball cover. [Rated S] $8 - ‘M.O.O. BURWOOD /12JA77/VIC-AUST’ (‘E.13’ removed) on 18c QEII PSE. $8 Bushfield: ‘BUSHFIELD/9JY34/VIC.’, WWW #20A, on 1d green KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] PO 16/2/1885; closed 21/12/1974. $10 Bushy Park: ‘BUSHY PARK/??????/VIC’ on 2d red KGV (cutto-shape). [Rated RRR - the last copy offered by us realised $180] PO 1/11/1889, provisionally closed 27/8/1938; closed 25/1/1939. $120 Renamed from Bunnenyong PO 17/1/1859; LPO 3/6/1993.


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 2299 D A A1 2300 S A B2

2301 D A B1 2302 * A A12303 D A A1 2304 * A- A1 2305 * A A2 2306 * A B1 2307 D A B2 2308 D A A1 2309 D A B2 2310 * A A1

Byaduk: ‘BYADUK/1DE78/VIC-3285’, WWW #40A on 18c Flower.

[Rated R - postcode later removed] PO 1/8/1863; LPO 22/11/1993. Cabbage Tree Creek (3): ‘T.O.CABBAGE TREE CR[EEK]/ 1SE31/VIC’, (ERD), WWW #10A, on 2d red KGV. [Rated RRR a B2 copy sold by us realised $95] Renamed from Tarbuck’s PO 7/7/ 1930; LPO 1/8/1994; closed 31/3/2000.

Caldermeade: ‘CALDERMEADE/24AU65/VIC.’, WWW #30B, on 5d green QEII. [Rated R] PO 14/1/1901; closed 16/6/1967. Camberwell (1): ‘CAMBERWELL/22DE31/VIC’, WWW #60 (arcs 6,6) on Received Telegram Form T.G. 42. [Rated R] PO 12/10/1864; renamed Camberwell Delivery Centre DC c.-/10/1994.

- ‘CAMBERWELL/15MY31/VIC’, WWW #70, on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] - ‘CAMBERWELL.E.6/9NO60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #125B (arcs 1½,1 - small year and decade) on 5d Xmas on unaddressed Royal FDC (light toning). [Rated RR] - ‘CAMBERWELL. /6SE76/VIC-AUST’, WWW #180C (arcs .,. E.6 removed, small decade wheel) on long unclaimed cover from Melbourne. [Rated R] - ‘MONEY ORDER/21MAR1987/82 4662/CAMBERWELL. VIC. 3124’ (WWW #720 - 6-digit phone number) in violet on official APO cover. [Rated R] Camberwell East (2): ‘CAMBERWELL EAST/9JL63/VIC’ on 5d blue QII. [Rated R] Renamed from Canterbury West RO c.1925; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 29/10/1993.

‘CAMBERWELL EAST/19MR79/VIC’ WWW

#10D, on 5c Bridge. [Rated S] Camberwell South (2): ‘CAMBERWELL S[OU]TH E.6./3MR54/ VIC’ on 6d Kookaburra & 9d Platypus. [Rated RR] PO 2/12/1935;

LPO 27/10/1993.

Campbell’s Bridge (2): ‘CAMPBELLS BRIDGE/29JY71/VIC3381’ on Registered Post receipt. [Rated R] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/

2317 * A A1

1854.

- ‘PAID AT CAMPERDOWN/8JY63/VIC-AUST’ (price? turned off), WWW #520B. [Rated RR] - ‘RELIEF/2MR76/NO 16.’ on 18c Flower. [Used 2/1/1976-4/5/ 1976] Canadian: ‘CANADIAN/20JA82/VIC’ WWW #20B, on 5c Dotterel. [Rated S] PO 1/3/1886; closed 31/5/1988. Canterbury (2): ‘CANTERBURY/530P5JY26/VICTORIA’ WWW #30B (right side of N short), on 1d green KGV. [Rated S] PO 23/3/

2320 D A A1 2321 D A A1 2322 S A A2 2323 * A A12324 * A- A1 2325 * A B1

2326 D A A2

2333 D A A1

$8 $12 $6 $6

Castlefield: ‘CASTLEFIELD WWW #10C (‘S.7.’ removed) on 2c green QEII. [Rated S] PO 16/10/1950;

2337 S A A2

Castlemaine: ‘ /12JL23/CASTLEMAINE’, WWW #200 (‘MILITARY CAMP’ removed) on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] Replaced

2338 * A- B1 2339 * A B1 2340 S A B2 2341 D A A1 2342 * A B1 2343 * A- A2 2344 * A A2 2345 * A B12346 * B A1-

$20

$50 $12 $5 $6

2347 * A A1 2348 * A- C2

2349 * A B1 2350 * A B2 2351 * A B2

2352 * A A1

$8

2353 * A A1

1880; RO 21/10/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/7/1972.

$30

2354 * A A1

Carapooee PO 2/2/1967.

$60

2355 * A- A1

- ‘M.O. CANTERBURY/14OC82/VIC-AUST’ WWW #410B, on long

Carapooee R.S.: ‘CARAPOOEE RAIL/29NO63/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40 backstamp. [Rated RRR] PO 4/8/1879; renamed ‘CARDIGAN/14JE74/VIC’,

Cardigan: WWW #30B on 1c. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1861; closed 30/6/1975. Cardross: ‘CARDROSS/19FE47/VIC.’ WWW #10, on 2½d red KGVI. RO 15/6/1925; PO 17/1/1927; LPO 10/11/1993. Carlton: ‘CARLTON/1FE38/VIC.’, WWW #190A (arcs 7,7) on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. [Rated RR] PO 19/10/1865; LPO 28/3/1994. - ‘PAID AT CARLTON/3D 24MY55/VIC.’ in black, WWW #610A on long University of Melbourne cover to Highgate Hill, Qld. [Rated R] Carlton North: ‘CARLTON NORTH/29SE47/VIC-AUST’, WWW #50A on 2½d Shortland. [Rated R] RH 1/1/1877; PO c.1902. Carlton South: ‘CARLTON SOUTH/2/30JA54/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30 on QEII 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 8/12/1924; renamed Carlton South Business Centre BC c.-/3/1999.

Carnegie: ‘CARNEGIE/29JE31/VIC’, WWW #40 (arcs 10,9) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/9/1911. 2327 D A A1 - ‘CARNEGIE/13JY33/VIC.’, WWW #50 (no arcs) on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] 2328 * A A1 - ‘CARNEGIE /27NO68/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #90B - arcs 4½,7 S.E.9. removed) on 5c Lighthouse on unaddressed Royal FDC. [Rated R] 2329 * A B1 - ‘PAID AT CARNEGIE /19MR71/VIC-AUST’ WWW #520E (‘S.E.9’ removed), in red on window envelope with texta ‘IRAN’ annotation. [Rated RR] 2330 D A B1 Carrajung: ‘CARRAJUNG/15MR71/VIC.’, WWW #20B on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR] PO 1/11/1887; closed 31/10/1974. 2331 D A A1+ Carranballac: ‘CARRANBALLAC/3FE60/VIC’ on 5d blue QEII. 2332 D A A2

$15

2336 D A A1

$6

1892; LPO 4/11/1996.

APO cover. [Rated S] 2318 S A A2+ Cape Otway: unframed ‘CAPE OTWAY/NO14/21/VICTORIA’ WWW #10, on 2d orange KGV. [Rated R] TO 1/8/1859; PO 1/9/

2319 D B2

$8

$10

Camperdown: ‘PAID AT CAMPER[DOWN]/?/VIC’, WWW #510 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRRR] Renamed from Timboon PO 1/1/

2316 D A A2

$15

R.S. PO c.1903; LPO 30/10/1993.

2312 D A B2

2315 D A A1

$10

$15

Campbellfield (3): ‘CAMPBELLFIELD/14JY78/VIC’ on 2c Crab on 18c PSE addressed to Melbourne. Renamed from Campbellfield

2314 D A A2

$80

1927; closed 6/3/1975.

2311 * A B1

2313 D B2

$8

$40 $4 $10 $15 $8

Casterton: ‘CASTERTON/19MAY1995/VIC AUST 3311’ WWW #170, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover.

23/3/1959; closed 1/7/1959.

Renamed from The Glenelg PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/12/1998.

$8

- 2 strikes of ‘CASTLEMAINE/3MY85/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #270B arcs 3½,2) on 33c Military & 90c Navigators on cover with green & white Certifed Mail label. Catani: ‘CATANI/11JA74/VIC-3981’ on 7c Opera House on cover addressed to Melbourne. [Rated S] RO 2/4/1923; PO 6/11/1925; closed 26/6/1981.

Cathcart (2): ‘CATHCART/26AU??/VICT[ORI]A’, WWW #20 on 2d Jubilee. [Rated RR] PO 7/2/1859; closed 6/9/1946. Cathkin: ‘CATHKIN/ MR72/VIC.’, WWW #30B on 3c. [Rated RRRR] PO 6/10/1890; closed 29/9/1973. Chadstone Centre: ‘CHADSTONE CENTRE/PAID/5P2NO90/ VIC-AUST-3148’ in red, WWW #320C (small month) on long Ash & Henry cover to Scoresby, Vic. [Rated RRR] PO 3/10/1960. Charlton (2): ‘CHARLTON/13JA36/VIC’ (arcs 4,3½) WWW #80 on 5d KGV on cover with blue & black C5 registration label. Renamed from Charlton East PO 1/9/1879; LPO 7/7/1993.

- ‘CHARLTON/1SE59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 8,7), WWW #110A on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. Cheltenham: ‘CHELTENHAM S22/9JY57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,2 A1 backstamp) on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1857; LPO 1/7/1998. City Road: light ‘CITY-ROAD /8MY68/VIC-AUST’, WWW #100B (‘S.C.5’ removed, arcs 3½,4½), on 25c Registration Envelope #R48, Registration Label has ‘S.C.5’ obliterated, opened-out. RH 28/8/1892; PO c.1902; closed 6/9/1996.

Clunes: ‘CLUNES/21NO60/VIC.’ WWW #80B on 2/5d Banksia on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1857; LPO 4/1/1994. Coatesville: very light ‘COATESVILLE S.E.15/5JY57/VICAUST’ (arcs 1½,1, A1- backstamp), WWW #10A, on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne, slight damage to right edge. [Rated RR] PO 1/4/1955; LPO 24/8/1993. Coburg: ‘COBURG.N.13.NO.1/21NO58/VIC-AUST’ (A1backstamp), WWW #120A on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. Renamed from Pentridge PO 22/1/1870. - ‘COBURG N.13/3/13MR59/VIC-AUST’ (A1- backstamp), WWW #205 on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. Cohuna (2): ‘COHUNA/19SE36/VIC.’, WWW #30 (arcs 4,4) on 2d Cable & 2d SA Centenary x2 on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] Renamed from Cohuna Township PO c.1887; LPO 1/3/

1999.

- ‘COHUNA/4-P-1MR99/VIC-3568’ WWW #70, on 45c on Alexander Opening of Cohuna Licensed Post Office cover. Colac: ‘COLAC/31MAR1995/VIC.3250’ WWW #210A, in violet on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover.

$8 $30 $6

2366 * A A1 2367 S A B2 2368 * A A2 2369 * A B1 2370 * A A1-

$40 $15 $12 $20

$6 $12

$25 $15 $12

$12 $6

$6 $10

Degraves Street PO 17/11/1956.

$12

closed 31/8/1953.

$50

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

Dandenong: ‘DANDENONG/3SEP1970/2/VIC. [3175]’, WWW #240 (LRD). [Rated RRRR.] PO 1/7/1848. Dandenong Plaza: ‘DANDENONG PLAZA/RPS/10JAN2000/6/ VIC.3175’ WWW #60, on 45c on Alexander First Day cover. PO 10/1/2000.

East Geelong (2): ‘RELIEF/12AP76/58/VIC-AUST’ on various stamps on cover. [Used 11-12/4/1976] PO 6/6/1921; LPO 26/7/1993. Echuca: ‘ECHUCA/10NO65/VIC’, WWW #210B, on 2/5d Registration Envelope #R43, opened-out. [Rated RR] Renamed

2365 S B B2

$65

$6

Collingwood (3): ‘COLLINGWOOD/22DE33/VIC’ WWW #80 (arcs 6,7½) on 2d red x2 & 4d olive KGV on airmail front to England. PO 15/11/1865. - ‘COLLINGWOOD N.5/22MY59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #140A (arcs 1½,1) on 1/7d on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] Commerce House: ‘COMMERCE HOUSE/7JL21/MELB’ #20 (arcs 4,3½) on 5d KGV. [Rated RR] PO 8/7/1914; replaced by

2363 * A A1

$12

$40

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

$15 $20

$10

$6

Coleraine: ‘COLERAINE/5.00PM/19MAY1995/VIC 3315’ WWW #160, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover.

Dutton Way: ‘DUTTON WAY/30JE86/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10C, (VIO error corrected to VIC) on unaddressed 33c PSE. PO 3/2/

2364 * B B1

$15

Renamed from Lake Colac PO 1/1/1854.

2362 * A A1

$8

2335 * A A1

2359 D A2

Forrest Creek PO 1/1/1854.

$6

$5

LPO 14/10/1993; closed 31/8/1994.

2334 D A A1

2358 D B1

$8

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

$5

- ‘CARRUM DOWNS/27JA78/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20, on 4c Stinger. [Rated R] Cassilis: ‘CASSILIS/17JE37/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 7/10/1879; TO 21/12/1950, provisionally closed

2357 S A A2

closed 28/6/1985.

2361 D B1

RO 1/9/1910; PO 26/7/1915; closed 31/8/1973.

Carrum Downs (1): ‘CARRUM DOWNS/22SE53/VIC’, WWW #10B on 3½d brown KGVI. [Rated R] RO 1/11/1909; PO 1/7/1927;

2356 * A A1

2360 * A A1 $10

Page 33 /2AU69/VIC-AUST’,

closed 23/8/1972.

1949; closed 30/6/1986.

from Hopwoods Punt PO 1/1/1855.

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

$80 $6 $50 $6 $10 $25

26/10/1993.

$8

from Runnymede PO c.1882; LPO 7/12/1994.

$6

Elmore: 34mm ‘ELMORE/PAID/15NOV2002/VIC. 3558’ (arcs 18,18) on long O’Sullivan’s Transport, Elmore cover. Renamed

Elsternwick: unframed ‘ELSTERNWICK/B/SE8/10/VICTORIA’ on 6d green. PO 22/6/1860. - ‘ELSTERNWICK/27MY37/VIC.’, WWW #90 (A1 backstamp arcs 5,5½) on KGVI 2d & KGV 3d on cover with blue registration label. Eltham: ‘PAID AT ELTHAM/—?29JE64/VIC-AUST’ in red, WWW #410C on window envelope. [Rated RRR] PO 1/2/1854. - ‘PAID AT ELTHAM/14AU70/VIC-AUST’, WWW #410E, in red on window envelope. [Rated RR]

$5 $15 $50 $25


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 Emerald: ‘EMERALD/2FEB1987/VIC. 3782’ WWW #50A, on 45c on Australia Post Souvenir Cover [Rated R] PO 22/12/1899. Erica: ‘ERICA/■7JE34/VIC’, WWW #10C on 2d red KGV perf ‘VG’ & 3d blue KGV perf ‘OS’. Renamed from Upper Moondara PO 7/4/1914; LPO 3/5/1993.

Essendon: ‘ESSENDON W.5./25SE56/VIC-AUST’, WWW #120A (arcs 6,3½) on 3½d Responsible Government x4 on plain FDC with blue registration label [Rated RRR] PO 18/8/1856. Fernhill: ‘FERN HILL/10SE73/VIC’ (sic) on 7c. [Rated R] TO c.1909; PO 13/10/1919; closed 14/5/1976.

Fitzroy (2): ‘FITZROY/19AU63/VIC’, WWW #110 (arcs 7,6½) on 2/5d with blue registration label. RH 2/2/1874; PO 10/9/1877. 2376 * A A1- Fitzroy North: ‘PAID AT FITZROY NTH /—6FE69/VIC-AUST’ in red, WWW #520C (price turned off, ‘. N7’ removed) on window envelope. [Rated RR] RH 2/2/1874; PO c.1880; LPO 3/11/1993. 2377 * A1 - ‘RELEIF/PAID/5P 16AU83/1004/VIC-AUST’ (sic, used 10-17/8/ 1983) in red. [This error was withdrawn on 17/8/1983] 2378 D A A2 Flemington: ‘FLEMINGTON.W.1/3/11AU50/VIC-[AUST]’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1854. 2379 * A A2 Footscray West: ‘FOOTSCRAY WEST W.12/6NO65/VICAUST’, WWW #40A (arcs ½,1½ ) on 2/5d with blue registration label. [Rated R] RO 15/4/1914; PO c.-/12/1916; LPO 1/2/1998. 2380 D A1+ Fountain Gate: ‘FOUNTAIN GATE/RPS/20SEP1999/2/ VIC.3805’ WWW #36. PO 8/7/1985; LPO 1/10/1993; PO 19/10/1998. 2381 * A A1+ Frankston (1): 2 strikes of pictorial ‘NEW POST OFFICE/ OPENED/15MAY1978/FRANKSTON VIC. 3199’ on 9c overprinted on 8c Opal x2 on Webster cover. PO 1/9/1857; 2382 * A A1 2383 *

renamed Frankston Business Centre BC 29/5/1995.

Garden City: ‘GARDEN CITY S.C.8/9FE68/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 25c Registration Envelope with blue registration label with S.C.8 obliterated. PO 17/9/1945; LPO 30/4/1993. A A1+ Gardenvale West: ‘GARDENVALE WEST/31DE86/VIC-3185’ WWW #20B (Closing day - inverted decade wheel) on 36c Xmas on unaddressed cover. [Rated RR] Renamed from Garden Vale

2384 * A A1 2385 * A A1 2386 * A 2387 * A A1 2388 * A A1

2395 * A- A1 2396 * B B1 2397 D A2 2398 D A A1

Business Centre BC 22/7/1994.

Glenroy: ‘GLENROY/PAID AT/20AUG1991/5 P.M./VIC AUST 3046’ in red, WWW #530A, on Panelveneer window envelope. [Rated RRR] PO 22/10/1888. Gredgwin: ‘GREDGWIN/15AP77/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20B (Closing day) on 18c. [Rated RR] RO 16/10/1912; PO 1/2/1923;

2405 * A A1 2406 S A A1

2407 * A B1

$30 $30 $12 $15 $5

$10 $16

$6 $10 $30

closed 15/4/1977.

$25

PO 1/3/1963; LPO 20/12/1993.

$12

from The Grange PO 1/1/1854.

$5

Hawksburn: ‘HAWKSBURN/PAID/22NO78/VIC-AUST-3142’ in red. [Rated PPPP] RH c.-/8/1890; PO c.1902; LPO 16/8/1993. Hawthorn (1): ‘HAWTHORN/19DE35/VIC’ (arcs 5,4). [Rated PPPP] PO 1/1/1854; replaced by Hawthorn Business Centre BC 24/10/ 1997.

- ‘HAWTHORN E.2/5OC50/VIC-AUST.’ (arcs 2,1½). [Rated PPP] Healesville: ‘HEALESVILLE/PAID/6DE77/VIC-AUST-3777’ in red. [Rated PPP] PO 1/5/1865; LPO 10/1/2000. - ‘RELIEF/?MY74/05/VIC-AUST’ on 7c on cover. [Used 4/3/197429/5/1974] Highett: violet ‘UNCLAIMED/RETURN/TO/SENDER’ finger on face of very long 1971 stampless cover from Kingsgrove, NSW.

$50 $60 $30 $25 $10

RO 17/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 2/8/1993.

$5

RH 1/8/1890; PO c.-/9/1913; LPO 16/5/1994.

$30

Hotham Hill: ‘HOTHAM HILL N.1./29NO35/VIC.’. [Rated PPP]

Inverleigh: ‘RELIEF/6FE60/NO.15.’ on ½d roo, 1d & 6½d QEII. [Used 2/12/1959-8/2/1960] PO 11/10/1856; LPO 4/8/1993. 2399 * A B1 Ivanhoe: ‘PAID AT IVANHOE N.21/3D9JY52/VIC’ (inverted ‘D’ wheel) on window envelope. [Rated PPP] PO 1/9/1874. 2400 * A A1- - ‘PAID AT IVANHOE /3FE71/VIC’ (N.21 removed) in red on CSR Chemicals window envelope. 2401 D A A2+ Joel South: ‘JOEL SOUTH/10FE41/VIC.’ on KGVI 2d. [Rated PPP] RO 1/5/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1965. 2402 * A Kangaroo Ground: pictorial ‘KANGAROO GROUND VIC 3097/ [kangaroo]/3 DECEMBER 2007’ on unaddressed Bundaberg Post Office PSE. PO 4/10/1854; LPO 25/8/1994. 2403 D A A1 Karawinna: ‘KARAWINNA/16JY69/VIC-AUST’ on 2c. [Rated PPPP] RO 2/12/1924; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 31/1/1970; 2404 D A B1

$10

$6

Hamilton: boxed ‘PAID AT/HAMILTON’ on small piece. Renamed

2394 D B1

$6

Geelong PO 26/7/1994.

- ‘ADV-5/19MAY1995/GEELONG VIC. 3220’ WWW #1080, on 45c on unaddressed cover. Geelong (1): unused multi-coloured PPC with a night scene ‘Barwon River Geelong’. PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by Geelong

2390 D A1

2393 D B1

$50

$8

Geelong (2): ‘ADV-2/19MAY1995/GEELONG VIC. 3220’ WWW #1066, on 45c on unaddressed cover. Replaced Market Square,

H.M.A.S. Cerberus, Westernport: 39mm ‘H.M.A.S. CERBERUS WESTERNPORT VIC 3920/15JE76/NO.1.’ on 3c & 15c Cocos Islands. [Rated RR] Renamed from Flinders Naval Depot

2392 D A1

$8

West PO c.1940; closed 31/12/1986.

2389 * A A1-

2391 D A2

$12

closed 31/3/1970.

Kerang (3): multiple strikes of unframed ‘M.O&S.B/OC26/99/ KERANG’ on 1d red QV x4. PO 29/7/1858. - 35½x26½mm violet rectangle ‘MONEY ORDER/OFFICE/ 20JUN1986/KERANG VIC. 3579’ on 33c PSE. King Street: ‘KING STREET/19NOV71 1-16/VIC-3000’ wavy roller on 9c National Development block of 8. Used for training purposes. [Rated PPP - not previously recorded used for this purpose.] Replaced Spencer Street PO 22/11/1965; replaced by Collins

$20 $40 $20 $80 $5 $80 $8 $25

Street West PO 27/11/1989.

$40

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

$5

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

2408 * A A22409 D A A2 2410 S A B2

Lang Lang (2): light ‘PAID AT LANG LANG/3P 2FE85/VIC’ in red. [Rated PP] PO 1/4/1891; LPO 1/12/1993. Langley: ‘LANGLEY/17OC70/VIC’ on 1c. [Rated PPPP] Renamed

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

Launching Place (2): ‘LAU[NCHIN]G PLACE/23JE22/VIC’ (year wheel inverted) on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/9/1880;

$20 $80

$40 closed 28/7/1994. 2411 * 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 2412 D A A1 Long Gully: ‘LONG GULLY/13MY55/VIC’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 1/8/1857; RH c.1890; PO c.1902; LPO 5/8/1993. $4 2413 D A A1- - ‘LONG GULLY/6DE61/VIC’ (date to left) on 5d Xmas on piece. [Rated PPP] $40 2414 D A A1- Longlea: ‘LONGLEA/23MR57/VIC.’ on 4d Koala on piece. [Rated P] Renamed from Axe Creek R.S. PO 20/12/1904; closed 24/2/ 1989. $10 2415 D A1 Lonsdale Street: ‘LONSDALE ST.MELB./30JE75/ ‘ (C.1. removed). [Rated PPPP - the only recorded date.] PO 9/12/1929; closed 27/2/1981. $70 2416 * A- A1 Lower Plenty: ‘RELIEF/12AP83/VIC.AUST.9’ (ERD) on long stampless Aust Post cover. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 6/9/1993. $16 2417 D A B1 Lyndhurst South (2): ‘LYNDHURST SOUTH/2■JY53/VICAUST’ on 3½d brown KGVI. [Rated PP] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Skye PO 1/11/1964. $40 2418 D A A1 Lyonville: “LYONVILLE /17AU83/VIC-AUST’ (‘R.S.’? removed), on 2c. PO 15/5/1882; TO c.1913; PO 1/11/1962; closed 30/6/1993. $5 2419 * A- A1- Maidstone North: light ‘MAIDSTONE NORTH W.10/15MR65/VICAUST’ on 2/- on large Business Reply front for Industrial Acceptance with blue registration label. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/5/ 1950; closed 27/8/1975. $50 2420 * B A1- Malvern (2): ‘PAID MALVERN/—?26FE68/VIC’ on R.R. Cox cover to North Balwyn, tears at left frrom opening. [Rated P] Renamed from Malvern R.S. PO 1/7/1892. $12 2421 D A B1 Mandurang: ‘MANDURANG/21AP58/VIC’ on 4d. [Rated PPP] PO 10/11/1874; LPO 9/2/1994. $40 2422 S A B2 Manor: 26mm ‘[M]ANOR/?/VIC’ in violet on 1d red KGV. [Rated PPPP] TO c.-/1/1915; RO 18/10/1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 23/10/1970. $80 2423 * A Mansfield: Black & white PPC ‘Grotto Blue Range Creek Mansfield’, real photo, 1d pink cancelled with illegible numeral. PO 18/1/1858. $10 2424 D A1 Maryborough: ‘MARYBOROUGH/6AU35/VIC’ (arcs 4,3½) on registration piece. [Rated PP] PO 19/10/1854. $10 2425 D A A1 Maude: ‘MAUDE/10SP40/VIC’ on 2d red AIF. [Rated PP] PO 1/8/ 1862; TO 15/6/1951; closed 12/11/1951. $35 2426 D B B1 McIntyre’s (2): ‘MCINTYRE’S/23AU34/VIC’ on 3d blue Vic Centenary (faults). [Rated PPP - a B2 copy sold for $110 in Auction 76.] (cut-to-shape) Renamed from McIntyre PO c.1880; closed 30/6/1942. $80 2427 D A1+ Melbourne University (5): ‘PAID AT MELBOURNE 10JY74 UNIVERSITY/ /VIC-AUST’ in red. PO 31/1/1967. $5 2428 D A1+ - ‘MELBOURNE UNIV/PAID/1130A26NO79/VIC-AUST-3052’ in red. $5 2429 * A A1- Mentone: ‘MENTONE S.11/16JY57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,3) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label, mild insect damage to TLC. [Rated PP] PO 16/5/1884. $15 2430 * A A1- - ‘MENTONE S.11/27NO59/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,3, A1 backstamp) on 2/- Flannel Flower & 5d Christmas on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PP] $15 2431 * A B1 - ‘PAID AT MENTONE/—7JY77/VIC- ‘ (S.11 removed) in red on S.V.C. window envelope. [Rated P] $15 2432 D A A1 Mildura: ‘MILDURA/23MR21/VIC.’ (dotted arcs) on 5d KGV. PO 23/1/1888. $8 2433 * A A1 - ‘MILDURA/VIC./8JAN/3D/PAID’ machine, (dateline inverted, year missing) on window envelope. $25 - Tinted PPC ‘Drying Ground Mildura’, showing the drying 2434 * A process for Dried Fruit, early real-photo, unused. $20 2435 * A- A1 Monash University (1): ‘MONASH UNIVERSITY/23JE65/VICAUST’ on 5d Monash on illustrated FDC, addressed. PO 23/6/ 1965; closed 23/6/1965. $10 2436 * A B2- Moonee Ponds: ‘MOONEE PONDS W.4/2/12JY57/VIC AUST’ (A1- backstamp) on 1/- Lyrebird & 3½d red QEII x2 on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPPP] PO 15/1/ 1861. $30 2437 * A A1 - ‘MOONEE PONDS/VIC./3½dD/18DEC/1957/PAID’, machine in red on window-faced envelope. $12 2438 * B B1 Moonee Ponds West: ‘MOONEE PONDS WEST/24SE66/VIC.’ on 24c Registration Envelope #R46, opened-out. PO c.1935, provisionally closed 15/2/1979; closed 28/3/1979. $6 2439 * A A1 Morang South (1): ‘RELIEF/5MR86/5/VIC-AUST’ (converted ‘55’) on 33c Xmas. [Used 15/11/1985-11/4/1986.] PO 24/11/1873; LPO 29/10/1993. $10 2440 * A A1 Mordialloc (1): ‘MORDIALLOC S.12/13JY59/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII & 2½d blue QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. PO 17/10/1863; LPO 14/9/1998; renamed Braeside Business Centre BC 13/6/1995. $12 2441 D A1 ‘CONTROLLING POSTAL MANAGER/1JUN1990/ MORDIALLOC, VIC. 3195’ in violet on 1c. [The only recorded date.] $50 2442 * B A1 Moreland (3): violet double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/16NOV1937/ MORELAND, N.13’ (right decorative arrow points up) backstamp on registered cover with blue registration label, stamp removed. Renamed from North Brunswick PO 11/12/1922; LPO 29/3/1993. $30 2443 D A A1 - ‘RELIEF/30JA81/VIC-AUST- 9’ (converted ‘29’) on 1c. [Used 17/12/1981-5/3/1982] $15


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 2444 * A A12445 * A C1 2446 D A2 2447 * B B2 2448 D A1

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. Mount Blackwood (1): oval ‘[M]T BLACKWOOD/[crown]/JA31/ 1856/[V]ICTORIA’ on large piece, ‘January 20th 1856’ handwritten. PO 22/9/1855; renamed Blackwood PO 22/11/1921. Murmungee: ‘MURMUNGEE/27AP37/VIC’ on 2d red KGV on roughly opened cover (most of flap missing), addressed to Melbourne. [Rated PPP] PO 1/11/1861; closed 3/12/1968. Nagambie: ‘NAGAMBIE/PAID/VIC-AUST-3608’ in red. PO 2/5/ 1870; LPO 4/1/1995.

2449 S A A2

Narre Warren (1): ‘[N]ARRE WARREN/[?]FEB1897’ in blue on 2d violet. [Experimental (?) type with void at base; recorded Jan - Sep 1897 only.] PO 21/1/1869; renamed Narre Warren North PO 9/10/

2450 * A-

Nathalia: black & white real photo PPC ‘Nathalia Post Office’ E. Krutli, Numurkah and Nathalia card, ‘Nathalia P.O.’ written on back, unused. PO 7/9/1878; LPO 1/2/1995. - colour photo of PO (used until July 1975) taken 1982. Natimuk: 27½mm ‘NATIMUK/8AU21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV.

2451 * A 2452 D A A2 2453 * A 2454 D A A2 2455 D A A2 2456 * A 2457 D A A2 2458 D A B1 2459 * A 2460 D A B2 2461 D 2462 D 2463 * 2464 D

A A2 B A1 A A A2

2465 D A A2 2466 * A 2467 D A B2 2468 D A A1 2469 * A 2470 D A A12471 D A A2 2472 D A B1 2473 D A A2 2474 * A 2475 D A A2 2476 * A 2477 S A A2 2478 D A A1 2479 * A 2480 D A A2 2481 * A 2482 S A A2 2483 S A A2 2484 D A A2 2485 * A 2486 D A B2 2487 D A B1 2488 * A 2489 D A A1 2490 * A 2491 D A A2 2492 * A 2493 D A A12494 * A 2495 D A B2 2496 D A A2 2497 * A

1900.

Renamed from Natimuk Creek PO 1/1/1884; LPO 1/10/1993.

- colour photo of PO taken 1981. Natte Yallock: ‘NATTE YALLOCK/■6AP51/VIC’ on ½d Roo & 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/6/1867; closed 30/8/1993. - ‘NATTE YALLOCK/27AU73/VIC’ WWW #20B on 7c Agate. - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Natya: ‘NATYA/18FE52/VIC’ WWW #10A on 3½d blue KGVI. RO

28/4/1920; PO c.1922; closed 17/12/1973.

- ‘NATYA/7AU69/VIC’ WWW #10B (ERD?) on 1c brown QEII (cutto-shape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Navarre: unframed ‘NAVARRE/OC?2/20/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on ½d green KGV. PO 2/2/1856; LPO 27/6/1994. - ‘NAVARRE/27JA32/VIC.’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. - ‘NAVARRE/14SE55/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d YMCA (damaged). - colour photo of PO taken 1981. Navigators (1): ‘NAVIGATORS/1■OC36/[V]IC’ on 2d SA Centenary. PO 15/7/1889; closed 30/6/1976. - ‘NAVIGATORS/4MY68/VIC’ on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Nayook (3): ‘NAYOOK/18FE58/VIC-A[UST]’ on 4d lake QEII. PO

2498 D A A2 $20 $40 $60 $50 $10

$75 $15 $5 $8 $5 $8 $5 $5 $15 $40 $5 $8 $8 $8 $5 $12 $20 $5

$30 - ‘NAYOOK/27FE70/VIC-AUST’ on 2c green QEII (cut-to-shape). $30 - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. $5 Nayook West: ‘NAYOOOK WEST/11MA37/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] RO 1/2/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/10/1947. $120 Neerim: ‘NEERIM/26MY25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. PO 25/8/1877; closed 23/11/1967. $25 - ‘NEERIM/16MY57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Resp.Govt. (cut-toshape). $25 - ‘NEERIM/28JA60/VIC.AUST’ on 5d Xmas. $25 - black & white photo of building used as PO 1941-47, taken 1971. $5 Neerim East: ‘NEERIM EAST/__.__/8JUN25/__.__/VICTORIA’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Neerim East (Goode’s) PO 15/2/ 1905; closed 6/4/1964. $25 - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. $5 Neerim Junction: 2 part strikes of ‘NEERIM JUNCTION/6JA11/ VICTORIA’ on 1d pink pair. RO c.1907; PO 24/2/1914; LPO 27/10/ 1994. $30 - ‘NEERIM JUNCTION/17NO53/VIC-AUST’ on 3d Tas. Stamp Centenary. $20 - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. $5 Neerim North: ‘NEERIM NORTH/2NO27/VIC’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. PO 25/9/1892; closed 31/8/1971. $30 - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. $5 Neerim South: unframed ‘NEERIM SOUTH/JE23/01/VIC’ on 2d violet. PO 1/2/1883; LPO 1/7/1993. $10 - ‘NEERIM SOUTH/15SE25/VICT[ORI]A’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. $5 - ‘NEERIM SOUTH/17MY57/VICTORIA’ (recut) WWW #20B on 4d lake QEII. $4 - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. $5 Neilborough: ‘NEILBOROUGH/14????/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Whipstick PO 19/11/ $40 1874; closed 29/8/1975. - ‘NEILBOROUGH/9AP69/VIC’ on 2c green QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] $50 - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. $5 Nelson: ‘NELSON/15FE56/VIC.’ WWW #20A on 3½d red QEII. PO 17/3/1876; LPO 22/12/1993. $4 - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. $5 Nerrin Nerrin: ‘NERRIN NERRIN/16SE27/VIC’ WWW #10A on 1½d red KGV. RO 8/9/1913; PO 14/8/1919; closed 2/9/1994. $8 - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. $5 Nerrina: ‘NERRINA/17DE69/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2c green QEII. 9/2/1953; closed 30/6/1976.

Renamed from Little Bendigo PO 1/11/1881; RO c.1903; PO c.1905; closed 20/10/1971.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Netherby: unframed ‘NETHERBY/????/05/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 1/9/1886; closed 28/11/1975. - ‘NETHERBY/14AP71/VICTORIA’ WWW #20B on 6c orange QEII. - colour photo of PO taken 1981.

$20 $5 $6 $12 $5

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Neuarpur: ‘NEUARPARR/13AP54/VIC’ (sic) on 3½d Royal Visit. Renamed from Neuarpurr PO c.1902; closed 25/9/1979.

- ‘NEUARPUR/20MY57/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30A on 4d lake QEII (cut-to-shape). 2500 D A A2 - ‘NEUARPUR/19AU69/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30B on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape). 2501 * A - small black & white photo (8x8cm) of PO taken 1969. 2502 S A A2+ New Gisborne: unframed ‘NEW GISBORNE/NO6/07/ VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 1/9/1861; LPO 27/6/1994. 2503 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1974. 2504 D A A1 Newborough: ‘NEWBOROUGH/11MY53/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5) on 3½d Wheat. TO 2/9/1942; PO 1/10/1942; LPO 1/11/1993. 2505 D A A1 - ‘NEWBOROUGH/23FE60/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,3½) on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). 2506 D A2+ - ‘NEWBOROUGH/PAID/6MR80/VIC-AUST-3828’ in red. [Recorded use about 15 months] - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. 2507 * A 2508 D A A2+ Newborough East: ‘NEWBOROUGH EAST/1DE60/VIC-AUST’ on 5d Xmas. PO 1/3/1951; LPO 8/6/1993. 2509 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. 2510 * B A1- Newbridge: 2 slightly overlapping strikes of framed ‘NEWBRIDGE/20NO/04/VIC’ on 1d pink x2 on Tatts cover. PO 2511 D A B1

1/2/1856; LPO 31/8/1994.

2514 D A B1 2515 * A 2516 * A

- ‘NEWBRIDGE/25MY60/VIC-AUST’ WWW #50A on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Newbury: ‘NEWBURY/17FE45/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/8/1863; closed 20/11/1974. - ‘NEWBURY/3JE71/VIC’ WWW #10B on 6c orange QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Newcomb: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 2/7/1962;

2517 S A A2

Newfield: framed ‘NEWFIELD/JA4/11/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink.

2512 * A 2513 D A B1

2518 D A A12519 * B A2

2520 D A A1 2521 * A 2522 D A B2 2523 D A A2 2524 D A A1 2525 * A 2526 S A A2 2527 D A A2 2528 D 2529 D 2530 * 2531 *

A A1A B2 A A B1-

2532 D A A12533 D A A12534 * A 2535 * A 2536 S A A2

LPO 8/9/1993.

PO 12/11/1892, provisionally closed 7/11/1964; closed c.-/6/1965.

- ‘NEWFIELD/12MY26/VIC’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. Newham: unframed ‘NEWHAM/OC20/02/VICTORIA’ arrival on 1d Post Card (filing hole) for Robertson & Moffat, cancelled with double-circle ‘MELBOURNE/AM/430/20.10.02/21’ (A1) and unframed duplex ‘WOODEND/OC20/020/VICTORIA - 119’ (A2) transit. PO 16/9/1861; closed 30/9/1971. - ‘NEWHAM/21MR60/VIC.’ WWW #20A on 5d blue QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Newhaven: ‘NEWHAVEN/20AP32/VIC’ (arcs 6½,6) on 2d Bridge (cut-to-shape). [Destroyed by fire on 18/8/32.] PO 1/1/ 1873, provisionally closed 31/12/1974; closed 31/3/1975. [Phillip Island]

- 29½mm ‘NEWHAVEN/11A??2/VIC.’ (arcs 6½,7) on 3½d brown KGVI. - ‘NEWHAVEN/13FE73/VIC-AUST’ WWW #40 on 7c purple QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Newington (2): unframed ‘NEWINGTON/SE6/15/VICTORIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/7/1883; closed 21/6/1974. - ‘NEWINGTON/26NO?8/VIC.’ (LDL fitted after 1938) on 1½d red KGV. - ‘NEWINGTON/12MR58/VIC.’ WWW #20B on 4d lake QEII. - ‘NEWINGTON/10NO71/VIC-3350’ on 7c purple QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. 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. Newlyn (2): ‘NEWLYN/21JY47/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30A on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Newlyn R.S. PO 1/2/1915; closed 30/4/1976. - ‘NEWLYN/29JE73/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30B on 3c green QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Newlyn North: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Renamed from Newlyn PO 1/2/1915; LPO 12/10/1993.

Newlyn R.S.: unframed ‘NEWLYN RLY STN/DE29/02/ VICTOR[IA]’ on 1d pink. PO 20/11/1889; renamed Newlyn PO 1/2/

1915.

2537 S A B2 2538 D B A2

- ‘NEWLYN R.S./7SE14/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1d red KGV. Newmerella (2): ‘NEWMERELLA/13AU37/VIC.’ on 1d green KGV & 2d red KGVI (small part). RO 1/6/1921; PO 1/7/1927; LPO

2539 * A 2540 * A A2

- black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Newport: ‘NEWPORT W.15/11AP57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 3,4) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. Renamed from Williamstown Junction PO c.-/11/1881; LPO 16/5/

2541 D A1 2542 S A A2 2543 D A A12544 * A 2545 D A A2

22/12/1993.

1994.

- ‘PAID AT NEWPORT /■-8AP68—/VIC-AUST’ (W.15 removed) in red. [Rated PPP] Newry: unframed ‘NEWRY/AP10/11/V[ICTO]RIA’ on 1d pink. Renamed from Maffra Upper PO 1/11/1894; LPO 7/10/1994.

- ‘NEWRY/16OC23/VIC’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Newstead: framed ‘NEWSTEAD/JE9/14/VICTORIA’, on 1d Roo. PO 1/8/1857; LPO 5/7/1994. 2546 S A A2 - 28mm ‘NEWSTEAD/■1JL18/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. 2547 D A A2+ - ‘NEWSTEAD/20MR44/VIC.’ WWW #90 on 2½d red KGVI. 2548 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. 2549 * B A2 Newtown-Scarsdale: unframed ‘NEWTOWN-SCARSDALE/ FE5/05/V’ tied BN ‘663’ (A2) on 2d violet on Tatts cover (pin holes). PO 12/11/1868; closed 8/3/1957. 2550 D A B1- - ‘T.O.NEWTOWN/9AU2?/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. 2551 D A A2 - ‘NEWTOWN-SCARSDALE/??NO46/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d Mitchell. [Rated PPP] 2552 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. 2553 D A A2 Nhill (2): framed ‘NHILL/JA25/07/VICTORIA’ WWW #50 on 1d pink pair. PO 1/1/1881; LPO 22/7/1997.

$15 $15 $10 $5 $6 $5 $8 $6 $15 $5 $6 $5 $15 $5 $5 $12 $12 $5 $5 $5 $20

$25 $8 $5 $25 $15 $10 $5 $10 $6 $6 $15 $5 $25 $10 $8 $5 $5 $10 $25 $6 $5

$15 $50 $8 $5 $5 $10 $8 $4 $5 $40 $30 $50 $5 $5


Page 36 2554 * A A1 2555 D A2 2556 D B12557 * A2558 * A 2559 D A B2 2560 * A 2561 S A B2 2562 D A B2 2563 * A 2564 S A A2 2565 * A 2566 D A A1 2567 S A A12568 * A 2569 S A A22570 D A B2 2571 D C B2

Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 - ‘NHILL/28OCT1987/VIC. 3418’, on 37c on APO Centenary of Nhill Post Office cover, unaddressed. - ‘PAID AT NHILL/3½D30OC54/VIC.’ in black. - ‘PAID AT NHILL/—-28SE63/VIC.’ (price turned off) in red. [Rated PPP] - sepia real photo ‘Post Office, Nhill’ PPC, used under cover, couple of faulty corners. - colour photo of PO taken 1981. Ni Ni Well: ‘NI NI WELL/??????/VIC’ on 3d red KGVI. RO

c.1902; PO 13/7/1925; closed 30/11/1964.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1972. Nicholl’s Point: ‘NICHOLLS POINT/26MR17/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. RO 8/4/1908; PO 19/5/1911; renamed Nichols Point PO c.1949. Nichols Point: ‘NICHOLS POINT/13NO57/VIC. AUST.’ on 4d lake QEII. Renamed from Nicholl’s Point PO c.1949; LPO 1/7/1993. - colour photo of PO taken 1981. Nicholson: ‘NICHOLSON/12OC14/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. PO 1/8/

- ‘NILMA/21SE15/VIC’ on 2d Roo pair. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Nine Mile: framed ‘NINE MILE/FE/21/VIC[TOR]IA’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 24/4/1902; closed 29/2/1956. - ‘NINE MILE/■3MY32/VIC’ on 2d Bridge. Ninyeunook (2): ‘NINYEUNOOK/15NO29/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV (cut-to-shape through stamp). PO c.1896; TO c.1962; closed

closed 7/7/1969.

$40

- black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Noojee (2): ‘NOOJEE/20JL25/[V]IC’ (arcs 6,4½) on 1½d red KGV. [The first offered by us] RO 3/5/1920; PO 3/2/1922; LPO 15/9/

2578 D A A1 2579 * A 2580 D A A2 2581 S A A2

- ‘NOOJEE/16MR53/VIC’ (arcs 11,8) on 3½d Beef. - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Nooramunga (1): ‘NOORAMUNGA/28JA48/VIC’ WWW #20C on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/12/1887; closed 30/5/1960. Noorat: framed ‘NOORAT/JY22/2/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink.

2582 D A A12583 * A 2584 D A A1-

- ‘NOORAT/8OC25/VIC.’ on 1½d red KGV. - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Noorinbee: ‘NOORINBEE/5MR4?/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI.

2585 D A A2

- ‘NOORINBEE/3MY60/VIC’ on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] Noorongong: ‘NOORONGONG/■5DE25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV.

1969.

1993.

Renamed from Mount Noorat PO 1/1/1875; LPO 8/7/1994.

Renamed from Cann River Settlement PO 1/9/1913; TO 19/2/1964; closed 22/12/1964.

RO c.1902; PO 28/4/1914, provisionally closed 2/11/1959; closed 26/4/ 1960.

Noradjuha: unframed ‘NORADJUHA/MY8/02/VICTORIA’ tied to BN ‘M23’ (A1) on 1d Post Card (faults), unframed ‘M.O.& S.B./ MY10/02/MANSFIELD’ (A2) backstamp. PO 24/10/1877; closed

18/1/1985.

- ‘NORADJUHA/18SE46/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. - ‘NORADJUHA/8JY60/VIC’ on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). - colour photo of PO taken 1981. Norlane: ‘NORLANE/15JY59/VIC. AUST’ (arcs .,.) on 3/Waratah on illustrated WCS FDC, typed addressed. PO 17/12/ 1945; LPO 1/7/1993.

‘NORLANE/2NO60/VIC-AUST’

(arcs 8,5½) on 5d Qld. Stamp Centenary on illustrated WCS FDC, printed address. 16AP71 - ‘PAID AT NORLANE/ /VIC-AUST’ (date centred) in red. - black & white photo of PO taken 1973. Norlane West: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 13/10/

2605 D A2 2606 * A 2607 * A 2608 D A A2

$50 $10 $4 $5 $15 $70 $80

$20 $6 $5 $5

24/7/1995.

Nowa Nowa (2): ‘NOWA NOWA/20MR29/VIC’ WWW #20C on 1½d red KGV. PO 16/6/1900; LPO 24/11/1993. - ‘NOWA NOWA/■1DE47/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30A on 2½d Shortland. - black & white photo of (old) PO taken 1978. Nowingi (2): ‘NOWINGI/19FE40/VIC’ WWW #10 on 2d red KGVI. RO 3/8/1920; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1969. - ‘NOWINGI/8NO47/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 on registration piece. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Nugong: black & white photo of PO taken c.1910 (photocopy from a book). PO 7/10/1889; closed 20/1/1915. Nullan: ‘NULLAN/1?OC25/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. PO 20/11/1889; closed c.-/2/1960.

2609 D A A12610 * A 2611 D A A2 2612 * A 2613 * A-

2627 * A 2628 D A A2

2631 * A 2632 S A A2 2633 * A 2634 S A A2 2635 D A A2 2636 * A 2637 * A B1

2638 * A A12639 * A B1

2640 D B A2 2641 * A A1 2642 D A A2

$15 $25 $5

2644 * A B1

2646 * A B1 2647 D A1 2648 D B1

$5

2649 D A1

$5 $5

2650 D A A2

$10 $30

RO c.-/10/1911; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 31/7/1964; closed c./9/1965.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Nyah: ‘NYAH/29AU25/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV.

2651 D A A12652 * A A1 2653 * A B1

$5 $5 $10 $5 $15 $6 $12 $12 $5 $8 $30 $5 $5 $10 $6 $12 $5 $50 $5

Renamed from Tyntynder PO 1/11/1894; LPO 23/7/1993.

$5 $5

14/9/1993.

$5 $5

- colour photo of PO taken 1981. Nyarrin: ‘NYARRIN/15JA41/VIC’ WWW #10A, on 2d AIF. RO 2/11/1914; PO 2/6/1919; closed 31/8/1970.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Nyora: unframed ‘NYORA/NO2/15/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. Replaced Lang Lang East PO c.-/9/1890; LPO 4/8/1993. - 27mm ‘NYORA/1?AU21/VIC.’ on 2d orange KGV. [Recorded 1918-1928 only.] - colour photo of PO taken 1990. 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 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 South: ‘OAKLEIGH STH S.E.12/21MR57/VIC-AUST’ (A1- backstamp, LRD) on 1/7d brown QEII on cover to Melbourne with blue C6 registration label. [Rated PPP recorded used less than 2 years.] PO 1/9/1936; LPO 6/1/1995. Orbost: 28mm ‘ORBOST/13JL22/VIC’ (arcs 7,6), on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Neumerella PO 5/11/1883. Ouyen: ‘RELIEF/9AP68/52/VIC-AUST’ on 5c Envelope. [Used 28/4/1968] RO 22/10/1907; PO 1/10/1908; LPO 1/4/1999. Ovens Vale: ‘OVENS VALE/18AU25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Ovens Vale R.S. PO c.1899; renamed Ovens PO 12/11/ 1928.

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. 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

$20 $5 $8 $15 $5

$20 $15

$50 $8 $15 $60 $20

27/9/1993.

$15

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

$40

2645 * 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

$15

$20 $20 $5

PO 26/4/1897; LPO 31/8/1994.

2629 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1973. 2630 D A A2+ Nyah West: ‘NYAH WEST/■8DE25/VIC’ WWW #10A on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Nyah R.S. RO 20/12/1915; PO 1/12/1917; LPO

2643 * A A1-

$5 $5 $5

Nullawarre: ‘NULLAWARRE/17DE57/VIC’ WWW #20C on 4d Xmas. PO 22/9/1879; LPO 2/5/1994. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Nullawil: ‘NULLAWIL/30JA71/VIC’ WWW #20B on 6c Macquarie.

- colour photo of PO taken 1981. Numurkah: black & white PPC ‘Numurkah Post Office’ E. Krutli photograph, unused, some tone spots on back. PO 2/11/1878. 2614 D A A2 - unframed ‘NUMURKAH/JA23/03/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. 2615 * A- B1 - 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. 2616 * A- B1 - ‘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. 2617 S A A2 - unframed ‘M.O &S.B/AP18/05/NUMURKAH’ on 1d pink. 2618 D A2 - ‘NUMURKAH/PAID/16AU78/VIC-AUST-3636’ WWW #430A in red. 2619 D A1+ - ‘POSTAL MANAGER/24NOV1997/NUMURKAH, VIC. 3636’ WWW #605 in violet. [The first offered by us] 2620 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1958. 2621 D A A1+ Nunawading: ‘NUNAWADING/16SE77/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4,3½), on 4c. Renamed from Tunstall PO 1/11/1945; LPO 16/2/1998. 2622 D A1- ‘PAID AT NUNAWADING/???14FE62/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red. 2623 D A A2 Nurrabiel (1): ‘NURRABIEL/16OC57/VIC’ WWW #20A on 4d lake QEII (cut-to-shape). PO 1/10/1881; closed 30/4/1974. 2624 D A B2 - ‘NURRABIEL/23DE59/VIC’ WWW #20B on 5d AAT overprint. 2625 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. 2626 D A A2 Nutfield: ‘NUTFIELD/25SE54/VIC’ on 3½d Railway Centenary.

$10

$8

North Shore (2): ‘NORTH SHORE/18AP51/VIC’ on 3d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Corio PO 25/11/1913; LPO 2/8/1993. - ‘NORTH SHORE/15OC66/VIC’ on 4c red QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Northcote (1): ‘PAID AT/1D½-5MR48/NORTHCOTE VIC.’ in black on cover. PO 1/8/1854; renamed Northcote Delivery Centre DC

2603 * A 2604 D A B2

$100 $5 $5

renamed Blackburn North PO c.1990.

2597 D A A2

2602 D A A1-

$15 $5

$5

North Blackburn: ‘RELIEF/6SE83/93/VIC-AUST’ on long stampless APO cover. [Used 10/8/1983-10/1/1984] PO 2/5/1955;

2601 D A A2

$5

1958; LPO 1/9/1993.

2596 * A A2

2598 D A A2 2599 * A 2600 * A- A2

$80 $40 $40 $5

2576 * A 2577 S A A2

2593 D B1 2594 * A 2595 * A

$6 $5

31/8/1968.

2575 D A B2

2592 * A A1

$8

$8 $8 $5

- black & white photo of PO taken 1969, 2 days after destroyed by fire. Nirranda South: ‘NIRRANDA SOUTH/30AP57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Koala (cut-to-shape). TO 1/11/1934; PO 12/10/1938; closed 31/1/

A A1 A A1 A A A2+

$25 $5

Renamed from Bloomfield R.S. PO 1/11/1909; closed 31/3/1978.

2574 * A

2588 D 2589 D 2590 * 2591 *

$15 $5

$8 $5

- black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Nilma: ‘NILMA/30JA71/VIC’ on 6c orange QEII block of 4.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Nirranda: ‘NIRRANDA/28JY67/VIC’ on 4c red QEII. PO 4/3/1871;

2587 * A- A2

$30

1885; LPO 30/3/1994.

2572 * A 2573 D A A1

2586 D A A2

$6 $15

- 33mm ‘PENNYDALE, VIC. 3192/27AUG1997/LICENSED POST OFFICE’, on 45c Wetlands, overprinted slightly with machine cancel on long cover to Premier Auctions. Port Melbourne: ‘PAID-AT-PORT-MELBOURNE-S.C.7/5-P4SE63/VIC’ in red. Renamed from Sandridge PO 6/3/1884. Portland: ‘PORTLAND/7JE69/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5). [Rated PPP] PO 4/12/1841. Prahran: ‘PRAHRAN S1/23NO62/VIC.’ (arcs 5½, 4½) WWW #205 in blue on piece. PO 1/4/1853. - ‘PRAHRAN/8SE47/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4½,5½) on 5½d Emu. [Rated PPP] Prahran East: ‘PRAHRAN EAST S.1/26JA54/VIC-AUST’ on 1/ 0½d. PO 13/10/1913; LPO 29/10/1993. - ‘RELIEF/9MY77/50/VIC-AUST’ on 18c on unaddresed cover. [Used 20/6/1974 - 1/8/1980.] Preston: ‘PRESTON/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.

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


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 2654 * A B1-

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 15/9/1993.

2655 D A A1-

Puralka:

2656 S A A2

Red Bluff: framed ‘RED BLUFF/NO17/14/VIC’ on 1d red KGV.

2657 S A A2

Redbank (1): ‘REDBANK/26JAN18/VICTORIA’ on 1d red KGV.

2658 S A B2

Redesdale: unframed ‘REDESDALE/SE6/15/VICTORIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 22/3/1865; LPO 6/10/1994. Regent: ‘REGENT N.18/12AP57/VIC AUST’, WWW #20 on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. PO 3/8/1914; LPO

2659 * A B12660 D A B2 2661 D A A2 2663 * A 2664 * A A1 2665 S A A2 2666 D 2667 D 2668 * 2669 *

A A1 A1 A A-

2670 D A1 2671 D A A12672 D A1+ 2673 * A 2674 D A B1 2675 * A 2676 * A 2677 D A B2 2678 * A 2679 D A A1 2680 S A A2 2681 D A A2 2682 * A 2683 S A A2 2684 * B A2 2685 D 2686 D 2687 * 2688 D

A A1A A1 A A A1

2689 * A 2690 * A 2691 * A 2692 D A B2

‘PURALKA/16JE71/VIC-3304’

on 1c. [Rated PPP]

$40

PO 17/4/1901; closed 31/3/1969.

$10

PO 23/3/1861; closed 1/7/1920.

$10

5/7/1994; closed 8/8/1995.

- ‘REGENT N.19/21MR62/VIC-AUST’ on 2/5d Banksia. Reservoir: ‘RESERVOIR /19MY75/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1,1) on 2c Crab. [Rated PPP] RO c.1921; PO 11/10/1926. Rushworth: black & white PPC ‘Rushworth Band Rotunda’, fine card posted locally but adhesive removed. PO 16/9/1857; LPO

1/11/1994.

Rutherglen: 29mm ‘RUTHERGLEN/PAID/10NOV2009/VIC 3685’ on window-faced Rutherglen High School cover. [Unlisted in WWW] PO 1/11/1860; LPO 1/7/1997. Sale: double-circle ‘SALE/28.2.13/V[ICT]ORIA’ WWW #120B (time no longer used) on 1d Roo. Renamed from Flooding Creek PO 1/1/1854.

- ‘SALE/27AU34/VIC’ (arcs 4,4) on 2d red KGV. - ‘SALE/PAID/430P20OC80/VIC-AUST-3850’ (time added) in red. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. - multi-coloured PPC ‘Post Office, Sale’ Bowen Series, franked with 1d pink and cancelled with double-circle duplex ‘SALE/AM/6/23.10.0?/VICTORIA - 72’ (A2), worn edges. Sale Business Centre: ‘BUSINESS POST CENTRE/ 7JAN1997/SALE VIC 3850’ - one copy of 3 similar datestamps in use. BC 20/11/1995. Sale East R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.SALE EAST/ 215P15AU56/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 3/4/1943; LPO 1/2/ 1994.

EAST/20DE82/VIC-AUST’

- ‘R.A.A.F.SALE WWW #50 (arcs 1½, 1½). - colour photo of PO taken 1986. Sale North: ‘SALE NORTH/14NO60/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 5d Xmas (cut-to-shape). PO 1/11/1951; LPO 13/7/1994. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Salisbury (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1975. Renamed

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

Salisbury West: ‘SALISBURY WEST/17M?57/VIC’ WWW #30A on 4d Koala (cut-to-shape). PO 1/4/1878; closed 30/6/1971. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Samaria (2): 2 strikes of ‘SAMARIA/31MY48/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2½d red & 3d brown KGVI. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed

31/12/1962.

San Remo: unframed ‘SAN REMO/JA16/09/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1d pink. Renamed from Griffith’s Point PO 1/10/1888; LPO 31/3/ 1994.

- ‘San REMO/18AU26/VIC’ WWW #30 on 1½d red KGV (cut-toshape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Sandford: 2 part strikes of unframed ‘SANDFORD/MY18/?0/ VICTOR[IA]’ on 1d pink pair. PO 12/5/1862; closed 31/8/1978. - unframed ‘SANDFORD/AP30/07/VIC[TO]RIA’ tied to BN ‘392’ (A2) on 1d pink on PPC. - ‘SANDFORD/4JE58/VIC’ WWW #20 on 4d lake QEII. - ‘SANDFORD/28AP76/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30 on 4c red QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Sandhurst East: ‘SANDHURST EAST/25JY83/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B on 2c Finch. PO 1/12/1952; LPO 11/8/1993. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Sandmount: black & white photo of PO taken 1976. PO 25/10/

2705 D A A2 2706 * A

$20 $15 $6 $6 $5 $6 $5

2713 D A A2 2714 D A A12715 * A2716 * A 2717 * A2718 D A A12719 D A B1 2720 * A 2721 D A A12722 D B A2

$15

2723 S A B2

$10

2724 * A 2725 * A- A1

$5 $5 $5 $20 $5 $5 $10 $5 $50 $6 $4 $5 $12 $20 $10 $8 $5

2726 S A A2 2727 * A 2728 D A A12729 * A 2730 * A 2731 D A A12732 * A 2733 * A- A1

2734 D A A1 2735 * A 2736 S A A2 2737 * A 2738 D A B1 2739 S A A2 2740 D A A1-

1888; RO 24/5/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1950.

$5

2743 D A B1-

closed 30/6/1970.

$5

closed 18/4/1964.

$8 $12 $5

Sandon: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 9/6/1864;

Sandy Creek (2): unframed ‘SANDY CREEK/JY20/04/ VIC[TORIA]’ WWW #20 on 1d pink. PO 1/1/1859, provisionally

- black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Sarsfield: ‘SARSFIELD/27OCT25/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/4/1873; closed 28/2/1979. - ‘SARSFIELD./21MR60/VIC-AUST’ WWW #30A on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Sassafras Gully: framed ‘SASSAFRAS GULL[Y]/28DE/05/ VI[C]’ WWW #10 on 1d pink. PO 1/6/1901; LPO 27/10/1993. - ‘SASSAFRAS GULLY/21JL36/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d Cable. - photocopy of black & white photo of PO taken c. 1910. - black & white photo of PO taken 1967. Scarsdale: unframed ‘SCARSDALE/AP16/08/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d pink. PO 1/6/1862; LPO 1/9/1993. - ‘SCARSDALE/■3DE22/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2d orange KGV. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968.

A A2 A A A A2

$30 $25

2711 * A 2712 * B A2

2741 * A 2742 * A

2696 * A 2697 D A B1

2701 D 2702 * 2703 * 2704 S

$15

2708 D A A12709 * A 2710 D A A2

$5 $5

- ‘SANDY CREEK/9OC36/VIC’ WWW #30A on 2d Cable. - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Sandy Point (2): ‘SANDY POINT/4JA72/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 on 3c green QEII. TO 18/8/1924; RO 2/9/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed

2699 * A 2700 S A B2

$20

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

2693 D A A1 2694 * A 2695 D A A1-

2698 D A A1-

2707 S A A2

28/2/1994.

$6 $5

2744 D A A2 2745 D A A1 2746 D 2747 D 2748 * 2749 * 2750 *

A A1 A1A A B A2

$25 $15 $5 $6 $6 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

2751 D A A2 2752 D A2

Page 37

Scotsburn: unframed ‘SCOTSBURN/MR7/22/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 2d orange KGV. Renamed from Scott’s Marsh PO 1/11/1889; closed 30/4/1971.

- ‘SCOTSBURN/11AP45/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2½d Gloucester. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Scott’s Creek: ‘SCOTT’S CREEK/9JY46/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI. PO 13/1/1879; LPO 2/5/1994; closed 31/7/2000. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Sea Lake: framed ‘SEA LAKE/AU29/0?/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 tied to BN ‘1975’ (A2) on 1d pink on black & white real photo PPC ‘Drive Along Lake Tyrrell’ (faults). PO 2/10/1895; LPO 18/6/ 1993.

- ‘SEA LAKE/12NO47/VIC’ WWW #30A on 2½d Shortland. - 40½mm ‘POSTMASTER/23APR1986/SEA LAKE VIC 3533’ in violet on 33c Sea Dragon. - black & white real photo PPC ‘Post Office, Sea Lake’ Valentine Series No. 3243, soiling mainly on back, unused. - colour photo of PO taken 1981. Seacombe (2): black & white real photo PPC ‘Seacombe Post Office’, used under cover, blunt corners. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927;

closed 18/8/1928.

Seaspray: ‘SEASPRAY/21JE48/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2½d red KGVI. RO 28/12/1915; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 14/7/1994. - oily ‘SEASPRAY/2 OC 84/VIC’ WWW #10C (inverted decade, spaced dateline) on 2c Finch. - colour photo of PO taken 1984. Seaton: ‘SEATON/7SE37/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGVI.

$10 $5

$15 $6 $15 $15 $5 $30 $15 $5 $5

Renamed from Bald Hills (Gippsland) PO 1/8/1879; TO c.-/12/1967; closed 25/3/1969.

$40

29/2/1960.

$40

Seaview (2): ‘SEAVIEW/■?AP27/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV pair (right hand stamp cut vertically). RO c.1902; PO 15/9/1917; closed Sebastian: unframed ‘SEBASTIAN/J?31/02/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 8/7/1874; closed 3/9/1976. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Sebastopol: 23mm unframed ‘SEBASTOPOL/SE27/06/ VICTORIA’ tied to BN ‘155’ (A2) on 1d pink on PPC. PO 5/10/ 1857; LPO 28/9/1993.

- ‘SEBASTOPOL/28NO14/VIC’ WWW #15A on 1d red KGV. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Sedgwick: ‘SEDGWICK/7SE82/VIC’ WWW #20B on 22c Gold Rush. PO 1/3/1880; closed 23/9/1994. - colour photo of PO taken 1982. Selby: black & white photo of PO taken 1967. RO 1/8/1913; PO

$8 $5 $15 $5 $5 $5 $5

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

$5

29/10/1993.

$6 $5

Serpentine: ‘SERPENTINE/19MR53/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20A on 3½d Butter. Renamed from Serpentine Creek PO 8/3/1917; LPO

- black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Serviceton (1): framed ‘SERVICETON/FE5/02/VICTORIA’ WWW #30 on 2d Letter Card (small part of back corner missing), 27mm squared-circle ‘BORDERTOWN/2/FE5/02/S.A’ (A2) backstamp. PO 16/9/1886; renamed Serviceton R.S. PO 1/7/1908. Serviceton (2): ‘SERVICETON /7JE27/VICTORIA’ (‘RLY’ removed) on 1½d red KGV. PO c.1911; LPO 1/11/1993. - colour photo of PO taken 1981. Serviceton R.S. (1): ‘[SER]VICETON RLY/11JE11/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. Renamed from Serviceton PO 1/7/1908; TO c.1911; closed c.1917.

Serviceton R.S. (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1970. TO c.1926; closed c.1967.

Seven Creeks: ‘SEVEN CREEKS/14MR67/VIC-AUST’ on 1c brown QEII. RO 24/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1968. Seville: ‘SEVILLE/28SE25/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Wandin North PO 1/6/1886; LPO 2/5/1995. - ‘SEVILLE/11NO37/VIC.-AUST’ WWW #30A on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Seville East: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 5/7/1954, provisionally closed 8/1/1969; closed 31/10/1969.

Seymour (1): 2 strikes of unframed ‘M.O.& S.B/JY4/00/ SEYMOUR’ on 2d violet. PO 1/7/1844; renamed Seymour West PO

15/3/1911.

Seymour (2): ‘SEYMOUR/23JE27/VIC’ WWW #70 on 1½d KGV. Renamed from Seymour East PO 15/3/1911. - ‘SEYMOUR /30JL29/VIC’ (‘WEST’ ? removed) WWW #80 on 1½d red KGV (cut-to-shape). - ‘M.O. SEYMOUR/9FE82/VIC-AUST’ WWW #240B on 2c Finch. - ‘PAID AT SEYMOUR/26JE70/VIC’ (dateline centred) in red. - black & white photo of PO taken 1967. - black & white photo of temporary PO taken 1970. Seymour East: 2 partly overlapping strikes of framed ‘SEYMOUR EAST/OC23/07/VIC’ on 2d violet & 5d brown on registered Tatts cover (pin hole) with ‘R’ in circle handstamp. RH

$15 $8 $5 $12 $5 $40 $5 $6 $5 $5 $10 $8 $8 $6 $10 $5 $5

1/3/1904; PO c.1905; renamed Seymour PO 15/3/1911.

$50 $12

P.O. No. 1 PO 31/9/1941; closed c.1959.

$10

PO 1/8/1941; closed 14/4/1947.

$15

- framed ‘SEYMOUR EAST/MR2/09/VIC’ on 1d pink. Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 2 (2): ‘MIL. P.O. SEYMOUR/2/11FE42/ VIC.AUST’ on 5½d Registration piece. Renamed from Seymour Mil.

2753 * A A1-

Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 17 (1): ‘MIL.P.O. SEYMOUR NO.17./ 18FE46/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10 on 2½d Peace (First Day of Issue) on cover, addressed. Renamed from Seymour Mil. P.O. No. 3

2754 * A

Seymour South: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 7/11/

2755 * A

$6 $5 $5

1955; LPO 31/8/1994.

$5

2/2/1953; closed 17/12/1968.

$5

Seymour West (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1967. PO


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 Shandeen: 32½mm ‘SHANDEEN/—-9OC85/VIC 3218’ (time turned off as usual) on 2c Coral Hopper. [Recorded use less than 15 months] PO 18/5/1960; LPO 6/7/1993. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Shannon Vale: ‘SHANNONVALE/29JY77/VIC-3898’ (error; one word) on 18c Flower. Renamed from Shannon Valley TO 30/9/1968; closed 6/3/1978.

2766 * A 2767 * A

Sheep Hills: ‘SHEEP HILLS/3AP54/VIC’ WWW #20A on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Kingumwill PO 1/9/1886; closed 30/6/1981. - ‘SHEEP HILLS/1OC60/VIC’ WWW #20B on 5d blue QEII (cut-toshape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Shelbourne (1): ‘SHELBOURNE/23JE47/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI. PO 24/3/1871; closed 25/7/1976. - ‘SHELBOURNE/2AU74/VIC’ WWW #20B on 1c brown QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Shelford: ‘SHELFORD/14SE34/VIC’ WWW #40A on 2d Vic Centenary. Renamed from The Leigh PO 1/1/1854; LPO 20/5/1994. - colour photo of PO taken 1980. Shelley: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 1/9/1962;

2768 * A

Shepherd’s Flat: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO

2760 D A B2 2761 * A 2762 D A A2 2763 D A B2 2764 * A 2765 D A A1

2769 * A 2770 * A2771 * A- A1 2772 D A A2 2773 * A A1 2774 * A 2775 * A 2776 D A A12777 D A A2 2778 * A 2779 * A 2780 D A A2 2781 * A 2782 D A A12783 * A 2784 * A 2785 D A A1

- ‘SHEPPARTON EAST/5JE71/VIC’ WWW #10B on 6c QEII. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Shepparton South: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO

1/7/1948; LPO 4/12/1994.

Sherbrooke: ‘SHERBROOKE/??NO?3/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. RO 1/7/1905; PO 1/8/1908; closed 30/8/1993. - black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Shoreham: ‘SHOREHAM/16AU56/VIC’ WWW #20A on 3½d red QEII. PO 1/10/1881; LPO 7/7/1993. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Silvan: black & white photo of PO taken c.1970. Renamed from Wandin South PO 20/8/1913; LPO 10/3/1994.

Lyndhurst South PO 1/11/1964; closed 15/12/1972.

South Melbourne: double-circle ‘SOUTH MELBOURNE/ PAID/15.12.70/VIC AUST 3205’ experimental machine in red on Clarke Mobile Cranes window envelope Renamed from Emerald Hill

2803 * A A1 2804 * A A1 2805 * A A1

closed 2/2/2001.

- ‘PAID AT ST KILDA S2/—■13SE62/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red on Pyrotenax window envelope. St. Kilda R.S.: ‘PAID AT ST. KILDA RLY. S.2/1145A20AU64/ VIC.’ in red on window envelope. Renamed from St. Kilda West PO 1/10/1886; replaced by St. Kilda West PO 24/10/1970.

Sunshine (2): ‘SUNSHINE W.20./15AP58/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,2), WWW #70A on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. Renamed from Sunshine South PO c.1910. Surrey Hills: ‘PAID AT SURREY HILLS E.10/—?6FE63/VICAUST’ in red on Powergrip window envelope. PO 1/10/1884; LPO 21/6/1993.

- ‘PAID AT SURREY HILLS /14DE72/VIC-AUST’ (E.10 removed, dateline centered) on window envelope.

2808 S A B2

$8 $6 $5

2811 D A1

$20 $12 $5 $5 $5

$5

c.1907; PO 22/4/1914; LPO 30/5/1994.

2807 * A A1-

2809 D A1 2810 D A A1

1/10/1866; closed 30/6/1968.

Shepparton (2): multi-coloured PPC ‘Long’s views in & around Shepparton Victoria - Flooded Rifle range’, used. PO 1/5/1858. - black & white real photo PPC ‘Post Office, Shepparton’ Rose Series P.2973 card, small tone spots on back, unused. - framed ‘SHEPPARTON/JY3/03/VIC’ on 4d olive QV on registered Tatts cover (pin holes), receipt attached, ‘R’ in circle handstamp. - ‘M.O.O. SHEPPARTON/28OC30/VIC’ WWW #530 on 2d red KGV. - ‘RELIEF/21JE76/60/VIC-AUST’ on various stamps on cover. [Used 31/7/1975-13/7/1976.] - black & white photo of temporary PO (located at theatre) taken 1973. - black & white photo of PO taken 1975. Shepparton East: ‘SHEPPARTON EAST/1OC54/VIC’ WWW #10A on 3½d Railway Centenary. Renamed from Pine Lodge RO

PO 19/11/1883.

2802 * A A1-

$70

$5

2797 * A- A1- - ‘PAID AT SOUTH MELBOURNE/1D-19SP41/VIC’ on Institution of Engineers cover to Castlemaine, some light soiling. 2798 * A B1 - ‘PAID AT SOUTH MELBOURNE/—-21SE62/VIC’ in red on Metabilt window envelope. 2799 * B A1 St. Arnaud: ‘ST ARNAUD/1—10AP18/VIC’ WWW #100 (arcs 6, 5½) on Telegram (E.T. No. 1) Form with violet ‘ST. ARNAUD’ handstamp, message from State Parliament House. [ERD by 6 years] PO 1/2/1856; LPO 1/3/1999. 2800 * A A1- St. Kilda (2): ‘PAID AT ST KILDA S.2/2D15FE51/VIC-AUST’ on cover to Myers Melbourne. Renamed from Windsor PO 1/7/1858; 2801 * A A1-

$10 $5

closed 31/5/1969.

Simmie: ‘SIMMIE/13MY57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII (cut-toshape). RO 17/3/1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1967. 2786 D A A1+ - ‘SIMMIE/25MR60/VIC-AUST’ on ½d Roo (cut-to-shape). - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. 2787 * A 2788 D A A2 Simpson: ‘SIMPSON/17AP79/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10 in brown on 3c Crab. PO 4/9/1962; LPO 29/6/1994. 2789 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. 2790 D A1Skene’s Creek: ‘SKENE’S CREEK/19AU53/VIC’ WWW #20A on 3½d cut-out. PO 9/10/1890; closed 4/12/1971. 2791 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. 2792 S A A2 Skipton: unframed ‘SKIPTON/OC4/13/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1d Roo. PO 6/3/1858; LPO 10/8/1993. 2793 D A A2 - ‘SKIPTON/29DE30/VIC’ WWW #30A on 2d red KGV. - colour photo of PO taken 1981. 2794 * A 2795 * A Skye (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Renamed from 2796 * A A1

2806 D A A2-

$15 $15 $12 $5 $5 $5 $5

2812 S A A2 2813 D A B2 2814 * A A2 2815 * A A2 2816 * A B1 2817 * A B2

2818 D A A2 2819 * A- A1

2820 D A A1 2821 * A- A2

$5 $4 $5

2822 D A A1-

$5

2823 * B B1

$5 $5

2824 * A B2

$5 $5

2825 D A A2

$5

2826 D A A2 2827 D A B1

$40 $40 $5

2828 * A B1

$8 $5

2829 D A B1

$10 $5

2830 * A- B1

$10 $4 $5

2831 D A1

$5

$40 $40 $30

$15

2832 D A1 2833 * A B2

2834 S A A2 2835 D A A2 2836 * A- B1

2837 D A A1 2838 * B

$50 $15

2839 S A B2

$40

2840 * A A1-

$15

2841 * A- B1

Tatura: light ‘RELIEF/10SE65/60/VIC-AUST’ on 1d QEII. [Used 915/9/1965] PO 1/2/1875. Tecoma: ‘TECOMA/29SE58/VIC-AUST’ on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. PO 7/1/1929, provisionally closed 29/10/1976; closed 11/3/1977.

Tongala (3): ‘TONGALA/7NO18/VIC’ in blue, on 1d red KGV.

Renamed from Tongala R.S. PO 14/12/1908; LPO 31/3/1994.

- ‘TONGALA/PAID/31MR77/VIC-AUST-3621’ in red. Tooborac: ‘TOOBORAC/9-A25FE85/VIC 3522’ (first day) on 10c Butterfly. PO 1/1/1872; LPO 15/11/1993. Toolern Vale (2): ‘RELIEF/2AP65/92/VIC-AUST’ on 2d brown QEII. Renamed from Toolern PO c.1907; closed 2/9/1977. - ‘TOOLERN VALE/10APR16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. Toolong: ‘TOOLONG/9JY69/VIC-AUST’ on 2c green QEII. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Moyneview PO 1/3/1941; closed 4/10/ 1972.

Tooradin: ‘TOORADIN/PAID/14JAP85/VIC-AUST-3980’ in red on cover (flap missing) to Myer. PO 21/5/1877; LPO 6/8/1993. Toorak: 31mm magenta circle ‘MONEY ORDER/26JUN1984/ PHONE/240 1132/TOORAK VIC. 3142’ (8DL) on long APO cover addressed to Telecom. PO c.-/6/1858. - ‘PAID AT TOORAK /- 10JY70/VIC-AUST’ (‘S E.2’ removed) in red on Jacksons Corio Meat Packing on window envelope. Tooronga (2): ‘TOORONGA /11AP78/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4,2 S.E.6 removed) on 18c Flower & $2 Painting on cover with blue registration label with various backstamps including ‘M.O. GLEN IRIS/11AP78/VIC-AUST’ (A2 - Rated S). PO 9/2/1925; LPO 5/7/1993. Topiram: ‘TOPIRAM/19JE35/VIC.’ on 2d Jubilee. [Rated PPP]

$8 $25 $5 $8 $6 $8 $6 $50 $10 $10 $30

$12

Renamed from Warneet RO 6/4/1925; PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/7/1957; closed 11/10/1963.

$50

PO 20/8/1894.

$10

1993.

$15

30/6/1953.

$70

1/1/1861.

$5

Torquay: pictorial ‘NEW POST OFFICE/[post office]/ OFFICIALLY OPENED/28JULY1980/[surfer]/TORQUAY VIC. 3228’, on 22c Kingfisher on APO souvenir cover (minor toning). Tottenham Central: ‘TOTTENHAM CENTRAL /14JE66/VICAUST’ (‘W19’ removed) on 4c red QEII. PO 1/5/1947; LPO 12/3/ Towaninnie: unframed ‘TOWANINNIE/MY12/93/VICTORIA’ and unframed duplex ‘WYCHEPROOF/MY12/93/VICTORIA’ & BN ‘1032’ (A1) on Parcel Bill (few small tears). PO 1/10/1864; closed

Traralgon: framed ‘TRARALGON/NO1/07/VIC’ on 1d pink. PO

- double-circle ‘TRARALGON/7MAY1990/No. 4/VIC. 3844’, on APO Receipt on PSE with small Priority Paid label on long cover (flap missing) to Melbourne. - ‘RELI[EF]/28OC55/NO 10.’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/0½d blue QEII on Tatts cover tied blue Traralgon registration label. Trawalla: ‘TRAWALLA/29AU32/[VIC]’ (R-A = 1½mm), on 2d red KGV. [Very rare] PO 3/12/1864; closed 13/7/1974. - ‘TRAWALLA/18SE46/VIC.-AUST.’ on 2½d red KGVI. Tremont: ‘TREMONT/4MR35/VIC’ (inverted date line) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Extremely rare] Renamed from Dunstan’s RO 1/1/1919; PO 1/3/1920; closed 26/7/1977.

Trentham: 40x26mm double oval ‘TRENTHAM L.P.O./ 25JUN1996/VIC. * 3458’, on 45c AFL on cover to Medicare. PO 16/7/1862; LPO 30/9/1993.

Trentham East: ‘TRENTHAM EAST/14MY76/VIC’ (Closing day) on 6c orange QEII. Renamed from East Trentham PO c.1880; closed

14/5/1976.

Tullamarine: ‘TULLAMARINE/21FE67■/VIC.’ (better backstamp) on 24c Registered Letter (opened-out) with blue registration label. PO 4/3/1859; closed c.-/10/1992. Tullamarine Business Centre: ‘TULLAMARINE BUSINESS CENTRE/12OCT1992/5 P.M./VIC. 3043’ (Opening day - 9DL). BC 12/10/1992.

- ‘TULLAMARINE BUSINESS CENTRE/PAID/12OCT1992/5 P.M./VIC. 3043’ (Opening day - 9DL). Tunstall Square: ‘TUNSTALL SQUARE/5?9FE88/VIC 3109’, on 2c Coral Hopper, 60c Lionfish & $5 Painting with Security Post label on long cover addressed to British High Commission, Canberra. PO 1/2/1965; replaced by Doncaster East PO 23/7/1990. Turriff: ‘TURRIFF/5FE38/VICTORIA’ (large year) on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. RO 23/8/1907; PO 19/6/1911; closed 15/3/1977. - ‘TURRIFF/20MY76/VIC-AUST’ on 18c Flower. Tutye: ‘TUTYE/20AU58/VIC’ on 4d lake QEII with blue registration label and violet ‘DEBIT DOCKET/ISSUED/G.P.O. MELBOURNE’ cachet on face of roughly opened-out cover. RO 15/7/1912; PO 16/11/1917; closed 29/2/1980.

- ‘TUTYE/5MY76/VIC’ on 4c red QEII. Valencia Creek (2): black & white real photo PPC ‘Valencia Creek Post Office’ franked with 1d pink and cancelled with unframed ‘NEWRY/AU28/07/VICTORIA’ (B2) tied to BN ‘672’, re-addressed to Newry, faded. PO 11/8/1900; closed 31/5/1974. Wandin South: framed ‘WANDIN SOUTH/FE”9”/09/VIC’ (manuscript day) WWW #10 on 2d violet. Renamed from Wandin PO 2/8/1893; renamed Silvan PO 20/8/1913.

Warrnambool: ‘WARRNAMBOOL/4AU59/VIC’ on 1/7d brown QEII on registered cover to Melbourne. PO 1/1/1849. Woodend (2): ‘WOODEND/PAID/2?MY85/VIC-AUST-3442’ WWW #320 in red on window-faced Municipal Offices, Woodend cover. PO 1/11/1856; LPO 4/5/1998.

$20 VICTORIA | Reliefs 2842 D A1 ‘PAID AT/1-D-9JA40/RELIEF’. [Rated PPPP] $12 2843 D A A2 3: ‘RELIEF/12MY36/NO. 3’ on 2d Cable. [Rated P]

$15 $20 $50 $15 $70 $6 $15 $15 $5 $10

$15 $15 $10

$30 $10

$15 $20 $12 $8 $50 $8


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 2844 * A A1 2845 * 2846 D 2847 D 2848 D 2849 D 2850 *

A B2 A B2 A A1 A B1 A B2 A A1-

5: red square datehead ‘RELIEF/5/PAID - PAID/1979/4MAY/ VIC-AUST’ machine cancel on cover with crown insignia of Governor on back flap. 8: ‘RELIEF/4FE58/NO.8.’ on 4d QEII. 9: ‘RELIE[F]/2OC73/VIC-AUST- 9’ (converted 29) on 7c. 16: ‘RELIEF/11JA61/NO16.’ on 5d Xmas. 21: ‘RELIEF/?56/NO.21.’ on 3½d red QEII. [Rated PP] 22: ‘RELIEF/16JE48/[NO].22.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated P] 73: ‘RELIEF/17JA79/73/VIC-AUST’ on 7c magenta QEII on cover to Melbourne.

2885 S B A2 $15 $8 $15 $4 $20 $10 $6

WESTERN AUSTRALIA 2851 W A 1854-55 Imperf Lithographs 4d pale blue 4-margins, SG #3, MNG, Cat £375, an attractive stamp. $250 2852 F D - 4d blue attractive cut to shape, SG #3a, Cat £160. $30 2853 F A B1 1861 Recess Wmk Swan Very Rough Perf 14-16 1d rosecarmine, SG #44, Cat £50. $40 2854 F A B1 1863-64 No Wmk Perf 13 1d carmine-rose SG 49. $10 2855 * A B1 1884 Surcharges on 1d yellow-ochre SG 90. $30 2856 F A B1 1888 Recess Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 14 4d redbrown SG 105. $30

2886 D A A1-

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Cottesloe Beach: ‘[C]OTTESLOE BEACH/4JY1922/ [WESTE]RN AUSTRALIA’ (A28) on 5d KGV. PO 20/7/1905; renamed Buckland Hill PO 1/1/1931.

Cunderdin: ‘CUNDERDIN/29AU50/WEST-AUST’ (E31-a) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/3/1903. 2887 * A A1 - ‘CUNDERDIN/PAID/29JE84/W-AUST-6407’ in red on Cunderdin Co-Op advertising cover to Clayton, Victoria. 2888 D A A2 Darlington: ‘DARLINGTON/20FE69/WEST-AUST’ (E31 - LRD) on 5d blue QEII. RO 1/10/1907; PO c.1912. 2889 S A A2+ Dumbleyung: 27mm ‘DUMBLEYUNG/5DEC18/WESTN AUSTRALIA on KGV ½d green. PO 8/6/1909. 2890 S A B2- Esperance: left half framed duplex ‘ESPERANCE/A?5/02/ [W.A]’ on 2d yellow Swan. TO 8/9/1876; PO c.1895. 2891 D A A2 Fimiston: ‘FIMISTON/12JE62/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 5d blue QEII. PO c.1901. 2892 S A A2 Fremantle Railway Station: unframed duplex ‘[FRE]MANTLE RAILWAY STATION/7/AU25/02/[W.A.] - P[O]’ (DxPO-b) on 2d yellow Swan pair. PO 19/8/1895; closed 22/10/1907. 2893 * A A1 Grimwade: ‘GRIMWADE/30AP85/WA-6253’ closing day on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, unaddressed. Renamed 2894 S A B2

from East Kirup TO c.-/7/1950; PO 1/11/1956; closed 30/4/1985.

Jingymia: ‘JINGY MIA/1JE36/[W.A.]’ (sic) on 2d Cable. PO

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Fiscals 2857 F A A1 1893 Long Types Wmk Crown/CA 1/- dull purple SG F15.

$30

2895 * A A2

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Railway Stamps 2858 F A 1923 Sixth Issue 2/- orange -brown imperf at left with numeral cancel 12, used in 1948. 2859 F A 1952 New Design 3/- green & vermilion, scarce.

Kalamunda: ‘PAID AT KALAMUNDA/29MR83/WEST AUST’ in red on cover to Clayton, Victoria. Renamed from Gooseberry Hill PO

$45 $40

2896 D A A1

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 2860 *** A 1879 ½d chestnut on salmon, PSSA #PC1, (HG 1).

$30

2898 S A A2

Kalbarri: 34mm ‘KALBARRI/1-OCT1985/W.A. 6536’ (distorted frame) on 33c Electronic Mail. PO 1/2/1963. Karrakatta Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O.KARRAKATTA/12SE44/WESTAUST’ on Telegram Form T.G. 42. PO 1/4/1941. Koorda: ‘KOORDA/11MR36/WESTN AU[ST.]’ on 1d green KGV.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1905 Text on Back 2d ultramarine on greenish stock, PSSA 2861 *WA#LC4, Cat $100, couple of small spots on face and sides stuck down.

$55

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Franks Education Department: Printed frank in black cut to shape. 2862 *F A

$10

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal History 2863 F A 1912 OHMS Registered long envelope with WA 2d yellow X2 perf ‘OS’ tied by Perth cds 29 Nov 12 with boxed UNCLAIMED handstamp in black at left and red Perth Registration label ,boxed DLO PERTH 15 JAN 1913 handstamp in violet, with backstamp Registered PO Kalgoorlie 2 DEC 1912 in violet.

2899 * A B1

13: on 1d bistre. Allocated to Pinjarra-PO 1/1/1856. 14: on 1890 2d grey. Allocated to Newcastle-PO 28/5/1861; renamed

2866 S A B2

16: damaged strike on 1890 2d grey. Allocated to York-PO 16/6/

2867 S B B2

18: on 2-margins 2d vermillion Hillman. Allocated to Bunbury-PO

$90 $7 $4

1840.

$5 $20

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 12-Bar Numerals 2868 S A A2 2869 S A B2

2: on 2d grey Swan. Allocated to Kelmscott-PO c.-/1/1884. 5: on 1898 2d yellow. Allocated to Gascoyne-PO c.-/1/1882; renamed

2870 S A A2

30: on 1890 1d carmine strip of 3. Allocated to Roebourne-PO 1/8/

Carnarvon PO 15/8/1884.

1878.

$10

GR: ‘GR’ of Greenough on 1890 2d grey.

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 2872 D A A2 Albany: pictorial circle ‘[sailing ship]/12MAR1986/ALBANY/WA 6330’ (8DL) on 30c Butterfly x2. PO 14/10/1834. 2873 S A A2 Argyle: ‘[A]RGYLE/21SE14/[WESTN AUSTR]ALIA’ (#D27 LRD) on 1d Roo. RO 1/6/1909; PO 8/10/1910; closed 12/12/1975. 2874 * A A2 Beldon: ‘BELDON/24APR1980/W.A. 6025’ (G33Ra) on 2c Crab & 20c Dingo on cover to Victoria. PO 1/2/1978. 2875 D A A2 Benger: ‘BENGER/27JY57/WESTN AUST.’ (B28) on 4d QEII. 2876 D A A2

Renamed from Mornington RO 1/7/1904; PO 1/2/1914; closed 1/6/1984.

Beverley: ‘BEVERLEY/13DEC15/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25), on 1d red KGV. PO 1/5/1858. 2877 D A A2+ Brookton (2): ‘BROOKTON/4AP60/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 5d blue QEII. PO 1/10/1903. 2878 S A B2 Burges Siding: ‘BURGES SIDI[NG]/18AP32/WEST[N AUST.]’ (B28) on 2d red KGV. RO c.1903; PO 1/10/1904; closed 14/6/1960. 2879 D A B2 Cannington: ‘CANNINGTON/25JUL33/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Canning PO c.1898. 2880 * A A1 Capel (2): ‘CAPEL/PAID/4DE85/W-AUST-6271’, #H33, in red on Diners Club cover. Renamed from Coolingup PO 13/7/1899. 2881 S A A2 Collie: framed ‘COLLIE FIELDS/SP22/02/W.A’ on 2d yellow Swan pair (alongside a poor 2nd strike). Renamed from Collie 2882 S A A2 2883 S A A2 2884 * A A1-

Fields PO 27/10/1899.

- 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘SAVINGS BANK/FE26/COLLIE W.A’ (no year) on 2d yellow Swan pair. Coolgardie: unframed duplex ‘COOLGARDIE/5/SP8/08/ WES[TERN AUSTR]ALIA - P.O’ on 2d yellow Swan pair. PO 10/11/1892.

Cottesloe: 53mm violet double-oval ‘POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE,/12SEP1944/COTTESLOE.’ on Telegram Form Type T.G. 42. [ERD by 6½ years] RO c.-/10/1894; PO 22/11/1897.

2904 * A B1

2910 * A A2

$10 $30

$6

$5 $5 $5 $4 $12

2916 S A A2 2917 S A A2 2918 S A B2 2919 * A A1-

$4

2920 D A A2

$8

2921 D A B1 2922 * B A2

$8 $15

2923 * A A1

$8

2924 D A A1

$40

2925 S A A3

$4 $4 $10 $5

$4 $20

PO 1/2/1918.

$3

PO 1/11/1914.

$6

1928; closed 20/12/1972.

$8

Kukerin: ‘KUKERIN/5JY82/WA-6352’ (G31) on 27c ABC Anniversary on cover to West Footscray, Victoria. RO 6/5/1913; Kulja: ‘KULJA/?0NO36/W.A.’ (C30) on 5d brown KGV. PO 15/7/

Kununurra: ‘KUNUNURRA/31AU70/WA-AUST’, on 8c Ord River on Haynes FDC. PO 1/9/1960. Lake Brown: ‘[LAKE] BROWN/?1AP31/WESTN AUST’ on 2d Kingsford -Smith (toning). Renamed from Kalkalling PO 12/2/1926;

$10

Manjimup: ‘MANJIMUP/PAID/29AP83/W-AUST-6258’ on plain cover to Alexandria NSW. PO 5/2/1912. Margaret River: ‘MARGARET RIVER/PAID/3FE83/W-AUST6285’ in red on cover to Clayton, Victoria. Renamed from Upper

$10

closed 10/9/1941.

Margaret PO c.-/2/1913.

14/9/1932; PO 1/4/1934; closed 14/2/1944.

Moorine Rock: ‘MOORINE ROCK/5JA76/WA-6425’, on 18c Flower on Haynes cover. Renamed from Parker’s Road PO 1/11/ 1926.

Nanga Brook: ‘NANGA BROOK/23JUL36/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ on 5d brown KGV (cut-to-shape). RO 1/7/1908; PO 1/5/1909; closed

2915 * A- B1

$5

$10

2912 D A B2

$16

$8

1/12/1903.

Mundaring Weir: Multicoloured PPC ‘Above the Mundaring Weir WA’, few minor faults, early card with undivided back, used.

2914 D A B2

$12

$80

2911 * A-

2913 D A A1-

$15

29/12/1933; closed 16/12/1939.

Meekatharra: ‘MEEKATHARRA/22AU68/WA-AUST’, on 5d Export. RO c.-/7/1900; PO 15/8/1902. 2906 * A A1 Melville (2): ‘MELVILLE/PAID/30AP84/W-AUST-6156’ in red, on cover addressed to Clayton, Victoria. PO 1/10/1948. 2907 D A A2+ Metropolitan Markets: ‘PERTH METRO MARKETS/ 345P12OC77/WA-6000’ (G33T-a, ERD) on 18c Flower. [Only one date recorded] PO 10/6/1929; closed c.-/6/1991. 2908 D A A2 - ‘PERTH METRO MARKETS/21FE78/WA-6000’ (G31) on 18c Flower. 2909 S A A2 Mollerin (1): ‘[MO]LLERIN/17FE36/W.A.’ on 2d red KGV. TO 2905 * A A2

$5

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Barred Letters 2871 S A A2

2901 * A A2

2903 * A A1

Toodyay PO 6/5/1910.

15/7/1841.

2900 D A A2

2902 D A- A2

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 15-Bar Numerals 2864 S A- A2 2865 S A A2

2897 * A A1-

$25

PO 1/10/1907; closed 30/10/1971.

24/1/1961.

Newdegate: ‘NEWDEGATE/12OC64/WEST AUST’, on 5d green QEII (some toned perfs). RO 7/8/1923; PO 1/1/1924. No. 5 Pumping Station: ‘NO.5 PUMPING STN/27DE39/ [WEST]·AUST’, on 2d red KGV perf ‘WA’. PO 1/7/1938; closed 21/7/1964.

Norseman: ‘NORSEMAN/PAID/29OC81/W-AUST-6443’ #Pd H31, in red on Diners Club cover front. RO c.-/4/1895; PO 1/2/1896. North Fremantle: ‘NORTH FREMANTL /1—5NO34/ ESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (E & W missing) on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 2/6/1884. Northam: ‘NORTHAM/1-A23.DE.09/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25T) on 1d pink Swan pair. PO 23/4/1847. - framed ‘SAVINGS BANK/JA20/02/NORTHAM WA’ on 2d yellow Swan. Northcliffe: ‘NORTHCLIFFE/13DEC1988/WA 6262’ (G31R-a, ERD) on 39c Living Together on cover to North Melbourne, Victoria. PO 18/2/1924. Nungarin: ‘NUNGARIN/31JA34/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, on 2d red KGV. PO 28/8/1911. - ‘NUNGARIN/15FE71/WA-6490’, on 7c orange QEII. Perth: 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘REGISTERED PERTH/ 24FEB36/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (A1 backstamp) on 2d red & 3d blue KGV on toned cover with blue & black registration label, addressed to England. PO 4/5/1830. Queens Park East (2): ‘QUEENS PARK EAST/ 1OCT1986/W.A.6107’ (G31R-b) on 36c Kookaburra on cover to Clayton, Victoria. Renamed from Maniana PO 1/1/1983. Rottnest: pictorial ‘[quokka]/05MAR1999/ROTTNEST/WA 6161’ on 45c Citizenship. Renamed from Rottnest Island PO c.-/10/1949. Sandstone: ‘S[AVINGS BANK]/9JUN0[?]/SANDSTO[NE]’ on 2d yellow. RO 15/3/1907; PO 25/5/1907.

$8

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

$15 $8 $4 $15


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 Shark Bay: ‘SHARK BAY/12DE41/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A25-b S removed, worn frame). Renamed from Sharks Bay PO c./9/1920; renamed Denham PO 2/4/1979.

Southern Cross: unframed duplex ‘SOUTHERN +/FE24/02/ [WES]TERN AUSTRALIA - P.O’ on 2d yellow Swan pair. PO c.-/1/ 1890. [Gold Mining]

Tenindewa: ‘TENINDEWA/17AP44/WESTN AUST.’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Wollya RO 1/3/1910; PO 4/2/1917; closed 17/4/ 1985.

Tuart Hill (3): ‘TUART HILL/PAID/930A27JA82/W-AUST-6060’ (H33T) in red on cover to Clayton, Victoria. PO 24/3/1954. West Perth (2): ‘PAID AT WEST PERTH/11JY80/WEST AUST’ in red. Renamed from Hay Street West PO 1/11/1950. Winchester: ‘WINCHESTER/22NO54/WESTN AUST.’ #B27 on 3d green QEII. PO 6/11/1912; RO 1/1/1913; PO 1/6/1917; RO 1/3/1920; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/9/1966.

Wyalkatchem: ‘WYALKATCHEM/2?MR[?]/W.A.’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Wyalcatchem PO c.-/3/1920. 2933 S A A2+ Yarloop: ‘YARLOOP/7-APR22/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d orange KGV. PO c.-/6/1897. 2934 D A B1 Yunderup (1): ‘YUNDERUP/2JL53/W.A’, #C27 on 3½d red QEII. TO c.-/2/1925; RO 1/8/1925; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Yundurup PO

AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY 2954 * A A1 1966-68 Decimal Currency set of 11, SG #8-18, Cat £42+. $6 2955 F A A1 1971 Treaty set of 2, SG #19-20. $15 $4 $10 $5 $4 $4 $4

AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postal History 1947 Registered Heard Island cover to Fiji with 5½d Newcastle 2956 *F A tied by A.N.A.R.E. HEARD Is cds 25DE47, with Provisional Heard Island Registration label. 2957 F A 1947 Heard Island Registered cover to Yarraville with 5½d Newcastle tied by Heard Is cds 25DE47 with Heard Island Registration Label at left. 2958 *F A 1955 Illustrated Cover with 3½d tied by Mawson cds 16FE55 with special cachet in violet. 2959 F A 1957 Davis Base illustrated Wesley cover with Australian adhesives tied by Davis ANARE cds 14JA57. 2960 F A 1969 Davis Base illustrated cover with 1966 1c & 2c x2 Pictorials tied by Davis Pictorial fdc 20FEB 1969. 2961 F A 1971 Macquarie Island illustrated cover of Research Station with 7c Pictorial tied by Macquarie Is cds 23NO71 with Antarctic Treaty 1961-1971 label at left . AUSTRIA 2962 F A

c.-/6/1970.

$5

1949 UPU set of 4, SG #16-9.

$3

1917-18 Aitutaki Only Opts 2½d blue top marginal pair, SG #15, 1st unit with trimmed Aitutaki.

2963 F A 2964 F A B1 2965 W A- C1

$30

2966 F A A2

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

$5

ALBANIA | Koritza 2938 W A- A1 1917 Shqipèrié Vetqeveritare 2c red-brown & green, Mi #4, Cat €22, small tone spot at TRC. 2939 * A- B1 - 5c green & black, Mi #6, Cat €20, couple of small tone spots.

$14 $14

ADEN 2935 ** A AITUTAKI 2936 ** A B1 ALBANIA 2937 V A A1

ALGERIA | Postal History 1943 use of 50c pair and 1f50 pair, cancelled with ‘CAP2940 *V A MATIFOU/1625/20-1/43/ALGER’ (B1), to Red Cross, Geneva, ‘51-929-W.&S. P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1097’ label at left, German ‘A.x.’ (A1+) censor on back, Le Vaquemestre handstamp in TLC. [Cap Matifou was captured by the allies on 8/11/1942] ANGOLA 2941 ** A-

1948 Tercentenary 5c violet & 10c chocolate, in full sheets of 50, with waxed paper interleaving, SG #424-5, Cat £30, oily stain effecting two units of each sheet.

ANTARCTICA | Postal History 1960 use of USA 6c red Roosevelt & 2c pink Jefferson cancelled 2942 * A with ‘U.S.C.G./9/FEB/1960/(WAGB-279)’ (A1) on cover with ‘OPERATION DEEP FREEZE/[logo]/TASK FORCE 43/UNITED STATES NAVY/SEAPOWER SUPPORTS SCIENCE’ (A1), backstamped with double-circle ‘NEW YORK, N.Y./9/FEB/ 1960/U.S.C.G. CUTTER EASTWIND’ (A1). 1961 use of 6c red Airmail & 3c purple Liberty cancelled with 2943 *F A ‘U.S.S./JAN/20/1961/WILHOITE’ on Gibson cover with ‘U.S.S. WILHOITE DER 397/[ship & planes]/VIGILANCE/OPERATION/ TASK 43 FORCE/[NZ map & Kiwi]/1961/DEEPFREEZE’ (A1). - use of USA 25c purple McKinley cancelled with ‘U.S.S./APR/5/ 2944 * A 1961/A.M./ARNEB’ (A1) on Gibson cover with ‘OPERATION DEEP FREEZE/[logo]/TASK FORCE 43/UNITED STATES NAVY/SEAPOWER SUPPORTS SCIENCE’ (A1-) in purple. ANTIGUA 2945 F A A1 2946 F B A1

1872 QV Wmk CC Perf 12½ 1d lake, SG #13, Cat £17. 1884 QV Wmk CA Perf 12 1d carmine-red, SG #24, small tear at top, Cat £16.

ANTIGUA | Postal History 1935 use of stampless OHMS registered cover to USA, 2947 *V A cancelled with double-circle ‘ST. JOHNS/MY12/35/ANTIGUA’ (A1).

2967 F A 2968 F A A3 2969 F A A1 2970 V A B1 2971 F B B1 2972 F A C1 2973 F A B1 2974 * $75

A A1

2975 F B A1 2976 V A

$30 $5

$75 $50 $20 $25 $20 $20

1850 Arms Hand-Made Paper 1k brown-orange type I 4 good margins, SG #1ba, Cat £900, cancelled with straight-line ‘MAZAN[AJESTIE]/”12/1”‘ (B3) $575 1854 Arms Machine Paper 3k red type III 4 margins, SG #8. $3 1858-59 Franz Joseph 2k yellow, Type II, SG #22a, Cat £38. $25 - 2Kr orange Type II, SG #22b, Cat £6,000 as mint (Cat £700 used), one toned perf. $400 1860-61 Franz Joseph Perf 14 2k yellow thin paper, SG #33, Cat £24, fine 22½mm ‘RATTEN[BERG]/30/7’ (A2). $18 - 3k green, SG #34, Cat £38, cancelled with 22½mm ‘SMICHOW/16/9/PRAG’ (B1). $30 - 3k green thin paper, SG #34, few trimmed perfs, Cat £38, cancelled with 22½mm ‘WINTERBERG/23/2’ (A2). $20 1863 Arms Perf 14 2k yellow, SG #39, Cat £140, cancelled with 23mm ‘BISTRITZa HOS[TEI]N/23/2’ (A2). $90 - 3k green, SG #40, Cat £120. $80 1863-64 Arms Perf 9½ 2kr yellow, SG #45, Cat £12, closed tear at left. $4 1874-80 Franz Joseph Fine Type 25k lilac, SG #65a, Cat £225 $135 1896 New Colours 1g grey-violet & 2g sea-green, SG #105-6, Cat £36. $25 1948-51 Traditional Costumes 90g brown-lilac with horizontal gum lines, SG #1124, Cat £25. $15 1950-53 Birds 5s chocolate, SG #1219, Cat £160, large shallow hinge thin & slight thin to BRC $20 1976 Austria Millennium set of 9 in minisheet, SG #1767, cancelled with ‘INNSBRUCK/bh/23 6 89 0/6020’ (A1). $5

$25 AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1876-82 Franz Joseph, No Border 2kr brown, ‘(Poln.)’ edition 2977 *F B with no ‘An’ at address lines, HG #28a, cancelled with ‘BRODY/25/6’ (B1) & ‘NEURAU/17/6/8F/78/WIEN’ (B1) arrival, corner wear. 2978 *** A1890 Franz Josef 2k+2k brown on cream, brown stamp & border, black text, Ruthenian, HG #86, minor corner crease. $10 AUSTRIA | Maximum Cards 1960 Adolf Schärf 1.50s black-olive, Mi #1075, on maxicard 2979 *V A featuring eagle & first day cachet, bears Scharf autograph, numbered 33 of 1100 on reverse. $10 AUSTRIA | Postal History 2980 *F B 1949 (Oct 28) use of 40g pair, 1s & 2s Costumes plus 5s Schönbruun x2 on 1s Aerogramme to Australia, opened roughly at left. [Quadruple weight rate?] $10 1982 philatelic use of 1968 Airmail Set and 20s Melk Abbey on 2981 *V A air cover to Melbourne. $14 AUSTRIA | Military - World War I Period * $6 2982 F A- A1 1916 use of Field post letter cancelled by triple circle ‘Loth?. Feldartl. Regts.33/BRIEF-/STEMPEL/??Batterie’ (A1-) and bearing circular ‘K.D.FELD-POSTEX[P ED]/33./INF. DIV./4 5’ (A2) addressed to Barsinghausen, small tear at base. 2983 *F A - use of stampless Feldpost Card, cancelled with ‘K.u.K. FELDPOSTAMT/3VI16/186’ (B2) to Krosno, light red unit seal on $30 face, straight-line magenta ‘ZENSURIERT’ (A1+) also on face.

ARGENTINA | Postal History BAHAMAS 2948 *F A 1918 (Nov 10) use of 12c blue on commercial cover from dental 2984 V A B2 1882 Wmk Crown/CA Perf 12 1d scarlet-vermilion, SG #40, Cat company to Munich, Germany, ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR./1189 *’ £14. at left, ‘OPENED BY/CENSOR./4506’ on back endorsed “Hold/C.H.W./24.4.19.” and cancelled with ‘PARCELS/11084’ BAHAMAS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (A1), boxed magenta ‘RELEASED BY THE/BRITISH MILITARY * 1953-66 QEII 3d carmine on grey-brown, HG #16. AUTHORITY’ (A1) on face. $350 2985 ** A 2949 * A 1948 (Sep 29) use of 35c GPO & 1p25 Air on air cover to BAHAMAS | Postal History Melbourne. $30 2986 *F B 1954 use of black/red Avis de Réception card with boxed ‘AIR 2950 * A - (Oct 2) use of 15c Guemes x3 & 50c Oil Well x2 on air cover to MAIL’ handstamp applied, locally used at Nassau, usual faults Melbourne, endorsed ‘VIA B.S.A.A.’. $30 from being stapled to original article. - (Dec 10) use of 1p Air & 2p Fruit on registered air cover to 2951 * AMelbourne, endorsed ‘VIA B.S.A.A.’, Miami & San Francisco BAHAMAS | Postmarks backstamps, small faults. $40 2987 D A B1 Behring Point: ‘BEHRING POINT/21OCT57/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. ASCENSION 2988 D A B1 Grays: ‘GRAYS/31AUG57/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII 2952 * A 1937 Coronation set on locally addressed FDC with doublePictorials, some slight toning. oval ‘RESIDENT MAGISTRATE’S OFFICE/19MAY1937/ 2989 D A B1 Hatchett Bay: ‘HATCHETT BAY/5JUN58/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ASCENSION ISLAND’ handstamp on face. $20 ½d QEII Pictorials. 2953 * A 1956 QEII Pictorials set of 13, SG #57-69, Cat £130. $70 2990 D A B1- South Palmetto Point: ‘SOUTH PALMETTO POINT/17OCT57/ BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials.

$4 $6

$5

$80 $10

$18 $16

$10 $23

$30

$5 $5 $5 $5


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 BARBADOS 2991 ** A

1953-61 QEII Pictorials set excl 48c & $1.20, SG #289-301.

BARBADOS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1913 ½d green on white, HG #11A. 2992 *** A BARBADOS | Postal History 1942 use of 6d & 1/- olive-green, on air cover to USA, ‘P.C. 90/ 2993 *F A OPENED BY EXAMINER/H/”30”‘ tape at left. BELGIUM 2994 G A2995 G A 2996 F A 2997 F A B1 2998 W A B1 2999 * A3000 *

A A1

3001 * A B1 3002 * A B1 3003 ** A A1

1849 Epaulettes 10c grey-brown 4 close margins, SG #1a, Cat £65, cancelled with 18-bar ‘24’, minor faults at top edge. 1851 Medallions Wmk Unframed LL 10c brown 4 close margins, SG #6, Cat £11.50, cancelled with 18?-bar ‘83’. - 20c blue, normal paper 4 margins, SG #7, Cat £10.50, cancelled with barred circle ‘96’ of Philippeville. 1884-86 King Leopold II 10c carmine-rose on yellowish paper, Mi #42x, Cat €50. 1905 75 Years 20c olive, with tab, SG #100, Cat £39. 1915 Red Cross set of 3, SG #157-9, Cat £100, thins and the odd short perf. 1928 Orval Abbey Restoration Fund set, Mi #235-43, Cat €200. (9) 1931-32 Albert I 20f green, Mi #312, Cat €60. 1932 Tuberculosis 50c+10c brown-carmine, Mi #349. 1951 Air Mail 6f sepia & 7f slate-green, SG #1370-1, Cat £14.50.

BELGIUM | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3004 *** A 1887-89 New Designs 10c+10c carmine on blue-grey, heading 15mm from top, HG #25. BELGIUM | First Day Covers 3005 *F A 1956 Tuberculosis set tied to two illustrated FDCs by special Bruxelles cds 17 12 56. BELGIUM | Postal History 3006 *F A 1946 6f & 8f50 Skymaster, cancelled with ‘BRUXELLESBRUSSEL/16-3-46/1’ on registered air cover to Scotland, West Calder arrival of 18MR/46 on back. 1948 (Feb 8) use of 3f75 Film Festival & 10f purple-brown on air 3007 * Acover to Melbourne, small faults. BERMUDA 3008 ** A

1946 Peace 1½d & 3d both in Plate ‘1A’ BRC blocks of 6, SG #123-4, slightly aged gum.

BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 3009 * A- C1 1879-98 Lithographed Arms 1kr light grey, SG #1, Cat £23, minor gum creasing light blue crayon on face. BOTSWANA 3010 ** A 3011 ** A 3012 ** A BRAZIL 3013 F B B1 3014 *

A-

1974 Minerals set of 14, SG #322-35, Cat £48. 1976-77 New Currency Surcharges set of 14, SG #367-80, Cat £48. 1978 Birds set of 17, SG #411-27, Cat £27. 1906-16 set of 15, Sc #174-87, Cat $13.3, 300r & 5000r have small thins, some toning. 1934 National Philatelic Exhibition set of 4, Sc #B1-4, Cat $14, 1000r black has some mild toning.

BRAZIL | Postal History 3015 *F A 1935 use of PPC of San Paulo sent to Germany with Condor Zeppelin Lufthansa handstamp in black.

$10 $25

$10 $8 $20 $10

$80 $35 $4 $10

$55

$10

$45 $25

$30

BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN COLONIES | Middle East Forces $5 $8

BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN COLONIES | Somalia A

1943-46 ‘E.A.F.’ on GB 1d to 1/-, SG #S1-8, Cat £14. (8)

$18

BURMA | Postal History 3041 * A 1948 (Dec 9) use of 6p Anniversary & 8a Aung San on air cover to Melbourne.

$20

3044 * B A2

3045 * B C1

CANADA $65 3047 G A-

$60

$7

$15

1946 KGVI New Colours 1r to 10r, SG #60-63, MUH, Cat £43 1948 Martyrs 1r, 2r & 5r, SG #97-99. 1949 1st Anniversary of Independence 1r, 2r, 5r & 10r, SG #110-3, Cat £20.

$6 BURUNDI 3046 V A A1 $8

BRITISH HONDURAS | Postal History 1916 use of 1c blue-green strip of 3 (SG 101) on cover to USA, 3021 *F A cancelled at Belize.

3024 *

BULGARIA | Postal Stationery - Wartime 1915 Feldpost 5s grey-black, HG #I1, bearing double-circle 3037 *WC ‘ЦАРСТВО БЪАГАРИР/2A POTA OTЪ 27И П. ЧЕПИНСКИ ПОАКЪ’ (A1-) in purple, otherwise unused, vertical crease, some staining.

$45

$40

1942 ‘M.E.F.’ on GB 1d to 3d, SG #M1-4, Cat £9. (4) 1943-47 ‘M.E.F.’ on GB 1d to 2/6d, SG #M11-19, Cat £17. (9)

A B1 A B1 A A1 A A1

$20 $50

1911 Ferdinand I & Pictorials 15s yellow-brown, SG #164. $5 - 1l dark brown, type I (design 19mm wide), SG #168, Cat £20 $15 1921-23 Definitives 50st deep blue block of 4, SG #232, near complete Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint. $10 - 5l blue, block of 4, SG #237, Cat £35 $20 1927 Air Overprints 1l on 6l, marginal block of 4, SG #281. $5 1936 Geographical & Ethnographical Congress set of 3, in blocks of 4, SG #376-8, Cat £60. $50 1948 Leisure & Culture set of 4, SG #697-700. $3 1949 Frontier Guard set of 3, SG #761-3. $5 1961 UN 1L brown & yellow with flaw above 1, SG #1961. $7 1991-92 Farm Animals complete set of 11, SG #3728-3738, Cat £600, in large part sheets of 80 with imprints & occasional cropping marker, cancelled with Sofija CTO’s of 20XI91 except 95c on 29V92, folded along perf line at centre of sheet. $100

BURMA | Postmarks 3042 * B B2 Myaungmya: double-circle ‘MYAUNGMYA/REG/22SEP30/+’ $8 cancelling 1a brown KGV x3, on Somasundaram Chettyar Avl printed cover with Myaungmya reg label in grey, backstamped $15 with double-circle ‘DEVAKOTTAI/30SEP30/??’ (B3), several closed tears along bottom edge & creasing to left. [Rated 80 by Proud] PO 1886; closed 1942 * B B2 Myohla: double-circle ‘MYOHLA/B.O./12DEC28/ $12 3043 +TOUNGOO+’, cancelling 1a brown KGV, on plain envelope, reduced at right with torn corner. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1888;

BRITISH HONDURAS 3020 * A 1953-62 QEII Pictorials set of 12 plus P14 2c, 3c & 5c, SG #179-90, Cat £89. (15)

A A

3033 ** 3034 ** 3035 ** 3036 V

BURMA 3038 ** A B1 3039 ** A $10 3040 ** A

BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) 3018 F Aset of 7 on plain cover incorrectly endorsed “1ST DAY COVER”, cancelled with ‘AUST UNIT POSTAL STN./17JE47/495’ (Fukuyama, Japan) with registration handstamp, to Townsville, Qld, small closed tear at TLC, lightly soiled. [Rated 600 by Proud] $150 3019 ** A- B1 1/- Lyrebird Ash left corner imprint block of 4, ACSC #J5z, light creases, hinged in margin only, Cat $60. $50

3022 * 3023 *

3030 ** A A1 3031 ** A B1 3032 ** A B1

$20

BRAZIL | Flight Covers 3016 F A 1931 Condor-Zeppelin cover to Holland with adhesives incl 2$500 Zeppelin Opt tied to special Condor-Zeppelin cover by Rio De Janeiro cancel 22OUT 31 with Fredrichshafen backstamp 28 10 31, nice Zeppelin cover. $100 BRITISH ANTARCTIC TERRITORY 3017 ** A 1963-69 Pictorials set to 2/6d, SG #1-12, Cat £68.

BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS 3025 F A/A1938-47 KGVI Definitives 1½d to 3d and 2/6d & 5/- chalk paper, SG #110-3,118-9, 5/- stained to perfs, Cat £37. (6) 3026 * A 1956-62 QEII Pictorials set of 13, SG #149-61, Cat £95.

BULGARIA 3027 ** A A1 3028 ** A A1 $20 3029 ** A B1 $30

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$35 $6

$16

closed 1942

$6

closed 1942

$6

PO 21/5/1853; closed 19/2/1942

$5

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

$6

Pegu: double-circle ‘PEGU/11DEC21/6-P.M/+’, Proud #D11, cancelling ½a green KGV, backstamped with double-circle ‘DEIKU/DELY/12DEC21/7AM’ (B2), slightly reduced with some tone spotting. [Rated 30 by Proud, Deiku rated 60.] PO 28/3/1878; Rangoon: double-circle ‘RANGOON/3 AU06/8.45.AM’, cancelling ½a green QV wrapper, H&G #E1, with ‘DEVAKOTA/ 1STDELY/9AU06’ (B2), front sheet has separated from the rest.

1852-57 Imperf Handmade Wove Paper 3d brown-red Beaver, medium paper, coarse print, 2-margins, SG #8, Cat £180, with 4ring ‘19’ cds of London, Upper Canada. $75 3048 F A1852-57 Imperf Machine Made Medium to Thick Wove Paper ½d deep rose, 4 close margins, SG #17, Cat £500, lightly crossed in red, slight thin at BRC. $150 3049 F A- B2 1858-59 Machine Made Medium to Thick Wove Paper Perf 11¾ ½d deep rose, SG #25, Cat £700, light diagonal crease. $200 3050 F A C2 1868-90 Large Heads Montreal Printing Medium to Stout Wove Paper Perf 11½x12 or 11¾x12 5c olive-green, P11½x12, SG #63, Cat £75, slight toning to reverse $25 3051 F B B1 1870-91 Small Heads Ottawa & Montreal Printings Perf 12 5c olive-green, SG #85, some lightly toned perfs $5 3052 * A0 C1 1889-97 Small Heads Ottawa Printing Thin Poor Quality Paper 5c brownish gum, SG #106, disturbed gum, Cat £100. $60 3053 F A B1 1893 Dowager Portrait 20c vermilion, SG #115, Cat £48. $25 3054 * A- B1 1897 Jubilee Issue 2c deep green, SG #125, corner crease. $10 3055 * B B1 - 3c carmine SG 126, adherance to gum but fine appearance. $5 3056 F A B1 - 5c deep blue, SG #128, Cat £14. $10 3057 W A- B1 1898-1902 2-Maple Leaves 2c violet, SG #154, Cat £24. $8 3058 F A- B3 1899 Surcharges 2c on 3c carmine leaves in corners, SG #171, 3 pulled perfs at base. $2 3059 F A B2 1908 Quebec Tercentenary 5c indigo, SG #191, Cat £25, pulled perf at right. $12 3060 W A- B1 - 7c olive-green, SG #192, Cat £65, aged. $25 3061 **/* A C1 1911-12 KGV Perf 12 5c deep blue block of 4, SG #205b, Cat £280, hinge remainders on 2 units. $140 3062 * A- B1 1915 War Tax 1c green, SG #228, some minor paper adherance. $5 3063 F A C1 1922-31 KGV New Colours Perf 12 8c blue, SG #252, Cat £10, imperf at right. $6 3064 F A B1 1932-33 KGV Perf 11 set of 8, includes both dies of 3c, SG #319-25, Cat £14. $8 3065 * A- B1 - 8c red-orange, SG #324, Cat £25, discoloured paper. $8


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A B1 A B1 A B1 A A1

3073 *

A

3074 **/* A B1

Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 - 13c bright violet, SG #325, Cat £55. 1935 Jubilee set of 6, SG #335-40, Cat £20. 1937-38 Pictorials Perf 12 13c Halifax Harbour, SG #364, Cat £30. 1942-48 War Effort Perf 12 set of 14, SG #375-88, Cat £22. - 50c violet, SG #387, Cat £26, no gum at TRC. 1942-48 KGVI Imperf x Perf 9½ 3c purple, SG #398. 1942-48 War Effort Airmails 6c & 7c, SG #399-400, Cat £34.75. 1946-47 Peace Re-Conversion full set in pairs incl 10c & 17c Special Delivery, SG #401-7,S15-6, Cat £137. 1949-51 KGVI Perf 12 5c blue, block of 4, SG #418.

CANADA | Special Delivery 3075 * A A1 1930 Words of Value At Base 20c brown-red, SG #S6, Cat £42. 3076 * A B1 1942-43 War Effort set of 3, SG #S12-4, Cat £18, 10c has small tone spot on gum, 17c has a toned perf. 3077 * A A1 - set of 3, SG #S12-4, Cat £20.50. 3078 * A A1 1946 Special Delivery 17c ultramarine with grave accent in ‘EXPRÈS’, SG #S17. CANADA | Postal History 1905 PPC from International Exhibition Toronto used to Australia 3079 *F A with 2d KEVII tied by very fine Toronto Exposition double ring cancel AUG 19 1905, nice item. 3080 *F A1946 (Sep 18) first day use of 7c Geese on cover from New Westminster, BC to Australia, endorsed “Not by Airmail” to indicate that surface mail to be used within Canada, most of back flap missing. CANADA | Flight Covers 1929 Moncton - St. John 5c brown air, cancelled with 3081 *F A ‘MONCTON/7AM/JUL1/1929/N.B. MONCTON/FIRST MARITIME/AIR PAGEANT/JULY 1ST AND 2ND 1929’ (A1), with Pictorial cachet, backstamped with ‘SAINT JOHN·N.B./10/ JUL1/29/°CANADA°’ (B1). 3082 *F B 1931 Victoria - Vancouver with blue cachet, stamp has been removed and blue straight-line ‘DUE/2C/T/S’ handstamp on face. [This cover appears to have been originally sent from Vancouver to Victoria, where the stamp was removed and the postage due handstamp applied. The cover has been endorsed by the Victoria Postmaster.] CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 3083 G B 1863-64 DLR Triangles 4d deep blue 3-margins (all touching or close), SG #19, Cat £50, small corner crease and back partly stained. CEYLON 3084 * A B1

1938-49 KGVI Pictorials complete set including 1940-41 surcharges, SG #386-99, Cat £95. (16)

CEYLON | Official Stamps 3085 * A A2 1869 Narrow ‘SERVICE’ 2d yellow, SG #O1, Cat £75. 3086 W A A1 - 6d deep brown, SG #O2, Cat £75. 3087 W A C1 - 8d chocolate, SG #O3, Cat £75. 3088 W A A1 - 2/- deep blue, SG #O5, Cat £120. CHINA | Postal History 3089 *F A 1936 use of 20c on cover from Company F, 15th Infantry, American Barracks, Tientsin to USA, cancelled with bilingual ‘/ 3II36|11/TIENTSIN 13’ (B1). 3090 * A1948 (Jun 29) use of 50,000y green & blue on cover from Shanghai to Melbourne.

$40 $10 $15 $10 $25 $3 $15

A A A A A

3114 ** A 3115 ** A

1976 Ships complete set of 12, SG #20-31. - set of 12, SG #20-31. 1979-80 Fish set of 17, SG #34-47. 1982-83 Butterflies & Moths set of 16, SG #84-99, Cat £14.50. 1985-86 Shells & Molluscs complete set of 16, SG #135-50, Cat £25. 1988-89 Flora set of 12, SG #191-202, Cat £15. 1992 Crustaceans set of 12, SG #252-63, Cat £32.

COCOS ISLANDS | First Day Covers 3116 *F A 1976 Ships set on two Official illustrated FDC’s, unaddressed. $70 $4 CONGO (former French Congo) 3117 ** A A1 1978 WWF 150f Chimpanze, block of 6, Sc #456, Cat $30. 3118 V A A1 1978 7 Wonders of the Ancient World set of 8, Sc #460-7, $35 CTO. $10 COOK ISLANDS $12 3119 * A 1933 Pictorials Wmk NZ/Star P14 set of 7, SG #106-12, Cat £28. $2 3120 F A 1938 KGVI Pictorials 1/-, 2/- & 3/-, SG #127-9, Cat £50. 3121 * A 1944-46 KGVI Pictorials complete set of 9, SG #137-45, Cat £90. 3122 * A B1 1949 Pictorials set of 10, SG #150-9, Cat £32, one missing perf on 2d. $75

COSTA RICA | Postal History 3123 *F A 1905 use of 10c light brown envelope (H&G #B6a), cancelled with 4 concentric circles, with double-circle ‘SAN JOSE/AGO/31/ $12 1905/COSTA RICA’, backstamped with double-circle ‘CÖLN/19.9.05.12-1N/*(RHEIN)1*’ (A1). 1920s use of 1924 2c Ridrigo Arias Maldondo, cancelled with 3124 *F Aviolet double-boxed ‘CORREOS DE COSTA RICA/HOMENAJE AL AVIADOR/MEXICANO-CORONEL/ROBERTO FIERRO’ (B1). $20 CYPRUS 3125 * A A1 1934 KGV Pictorials short set to 2½pi ultramarine, SG #133-8, Cat £11.50, 1pi has rounded BRC, 2½pi is MNG. 3126 * A 1938-51 KGVI ¼pi to 90pi, excl ½pi violet, 1½pi green, 2½pi, & 4pi, SG #151-62, Cat £130+. $25 3127 ** A B1 - £1 scarlet & indigo, SG #163, Cat £65. 3128 ** A 1968-80 MSs [1] 1968 International Year of Human Rights; [2] 1972 Christmas; [3] 1980 Stamp Centenary. CYPRUS | Postal History 3129 * A 1948 (Aug 28) use of 2p & 9p on air cover to Melbourne. 3130 * A- (Nov 24) use of 2p, 3p & 9p on registered air cover to Melbourne, small faults. 3131 * A 1949 (Jan 12) use of 1½p Silver Wedding, ½p & 9p on air cover to Melbourne. $50 $16

CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Maximum Cards 1955 Stag Beetle 30h tied to maxi card The Stag Beetle by $70 3132 *F A Prague cancel 10 IX 1955, nice card. $50 $50 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal History $70 3133 * FA 1981 use of 40h flower x10 & 1k Morava x2, cancelled with 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. $90 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Military - World War I Period *V B 1919 stampless env with light Polni Post cancel of Czech $15 3134 Legion, to Cerveny Kostelec, Bohemia, toned.

CHINA | Military - World War II Period 1941 use of red Advice of Receipt card, cancelled with bilingual 3091 *V B ‘SHANGHAI/5.11.41|14/’ (A1), from a Jewish refugee in Hamilton House to a relative in Bristol, backstamped with double-circle ‘WESTBURY-ON-TRYM/6.30AM/21JA/42/ BRISTOL’, strong vertical crease & generalised light creasing. $100 CHRISTMAS ISLAND 3092 **/VA 1953-1970 Selection; [1] Christmas Island - 1958 set, 1963 set x2 (**, 1 only of 4c & 5c) and used, 1968 Fish set of 10; [2] Cocos - 1963 set; [3] Nauru - 1965 set, 1963-64 set of 5, 1966 set (** & used), 1968 Republic set; [4] Norfolk Island 1953-64 scraps. 3093 ** A 1963 Pictorials set SG 11-20. (10) 3094 ** A 1968-70 Fish set of 12, SG #22-31, Cat £17. 3095 ** A 1968-70 Fish Defins set SG 22-31. (12) 3096 ** A 1972-73 Ships set of 16, SG #37-52. 3097 ** A 1977-78 Famous Visitors set of 16, SG #67-82. 3098 ** A 1982-83 Birds set of 16, SG #152-67, Cat £14. 3099 ** A 1987-89 Wildlife set of 17, SG #229-44, Cat £25. 3100 ** A 1990 Island Transport set of 16, SG #287-302, Cat £12.50. 3101 ** A 1992 Shells set of 16, SG #346-61, Cat £21.

3109 ** 3110 F 3111 ** 3112 ** 3113 **

3135 *F A-

3136 *F A-

3137 *F A A2

$18 $12 $25 $20 $20 $3

$25 $40 $40 $28

$25

$25

$6 $60 $60 $6 $15 $20 $15

$35

$10

$100 - use of Dopisnice card unnecessarily franked with Russian 1r, 3.50r & 7r arms, cancelled with blue crayon strike, to Moravia, bearing ‘3. STRELECKY PLUK JANA ZIZKY */1./???POR’ (A2), mild corner crease, small closed tear at right. [Czech Legion] $100 - use of C. V. Muttich coloured PPC of ‘Beaute slave du sud’, cancelled with double-circle ‘CESKO SLOVENSKA POLNI POSTA/5VII19/44’, with YMCA America handstamp in red. [Czech Legion] $90 1920c use of Czech lion 1920 opt, cancelled with double-circle ‘POLNÍ POSTA/[posthorn]/PRESIDENT/GRANT/ CESKOSLOVENSKY ??’ on piece. [President Grant was a US repatriation ship returning the Czech Legion from Siberia to Europe] $80

CHRISTMAS ISLAND | Philatelic Numismatic Covers 3105 ** A 2005 Year of the Rooster original price $11.95.

$30 $10 $20 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postmarks $45 3138 * B A1- Landskron: light ‘LANDSKRON/25/2/18/IN BÖHMEN’ on 8h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. $6 $6 DENMARK $12 3139 F A B1 1875-1901 New Currency 20ö grey & rose, SG #72, Cat £26, $20 cancelled with ‘98’ of Fjerritslev. $10 3140 ** A 1937 Booklet Pane with 5ö numeral & 5ö Windmill x3, SG $15 #268bb, Cat £35. 3141 * A A1 1933-40 Caravelles 20ö grey Die I, SG #278, Cat £18. $50 DENMARK | Postal History $30 1943 use of K.F.U.M.s Soldatermission card with typed ‘Interne/ 3142 *F A $20 ringspost!’, cancelled with slogan ‘KØBENHAVN/1530/4OKT/ 943/*K.*’ (A1), from Lynetten, K. internment camp to Copenhagen. $14

COCOS ISLANDS 3106 **/* A A1 1963 Pictorials 5d ultramarine, BLC block of 4, SG #2. 3107 ** A A1 - 2/3d deep green, TRC block of 4, SG #6, Cat £48. 3108 ** A 1969 Decimal Currency set of 12, SG #8-19.

DOMINICA 3143 ** A $5 $36 3144 ** A A1 $5

CHRISTMAS ISLAND | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3102 PS A 1959 QEII Embossed 30c red on manilla, HG #C1, unused. 3103 PS A 1970 QEII Embossed 25c red on yellow, HG #C2, unused 3104 PS A 1972 QEII Embossed 53c red on yellow, HG #C3, unused

$5 $7 $6 $12

1954-62 QEII Pictorials simplified set excl 10c, SG #140-58, Cat £50+. - $2.40 yellow-orange & black, SG #158, Cat £22.

$8

$15 $35 $8

$80

$40 $20


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3145 *** A 1903 ½a green on ivory, HG #1. - 1a carmine on buff, HG #2, cancelled with double-circle 3146 *F A ‘MOMBASA/8AM/5DE/07/E.A.P.’ (A2).

$30

EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postmarks 3147 S A A1- Londiani: straight-line ‘LONDIANI’ in purple, Proud #PP2, on KGV 1r black on green paper

$20

ECUADOR 3148 ** A 3149 ** A 3150 ** A EGYPT 3151 F A 3152 *

A-

2005 75th Anniv. of University Sports League, Quito $2 M/ Sheet, unrecorded SG. 2005 Colonial Religious Art $2 M/Sheet, unrecorded SG. - $2 M/Sheet, unrecorded SG.

$16

$5 $4 $4

3190 * A 3191 **/* A B1 3192 *

A B1

3193 *

A A1

3194 *

B A1

3195 V A A1 3196 ** A 3197 ** A

1927-37 King Fuad set of 25, 500m with litho frame, SG #14872, Cat £34. 1933 Railway Congress set of 4, SG #189-92, Cat £60, hinge remainders.

EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3153 *** A 1889 Pyramid & Sphinx 2m green, HG #B5. EGYPT | Postal History 3154 * A 1895 (Feb 17) use of 3m+3m Reply Paid Postal Card, both halves uprated with 3m orange, sent from Kena (A1 cancel) to Beirut. Unusually the message appears to be written in ancient (common) Greek by a German priest to his wife. 3155 F A1913 Registered usage of 1p Embossed envelope to New Zealand with additional adhesive tied by Cairo cds 10 IV 13 and black registration label at lower left, few minor faults. 1947 use of 3m Air, 4m Farouk & 40m Farouk & Mosque on air 3156 * Acover from Alexandria to Melbourne, minor faults. 1948 (Feb 14) use of 5m Air & Farouk 2m x2 & 20m x2 on air 3157 * Acover from Alexandria to Melbourne, minor faults. - (Aug 1) use of Farouk 1m x4, 5m & 10m x4 on air cover from 3158 * A Alexandria to Melbourne, censor? reseal at left. 3159 * A- (Aug 2) use of 3m Air & Farouk 4m, 5m, 10m x2 & 20m on air cover from Alexandria to Melbourne, minor faults. 3160 * A- (Aug 21) use of 2m Farouk 50m Farouk & Citadel x4 on registered air cover from Alexandria to Melbourne, minor faults. - use of 40m Air and 22m Farouk on air cover from Cairo to 3161 * AMelbourne, minor faults. 3162 * A- (Dec 3) use of 10m Ibrahim Pasha & Farouk 2m & 10m x4 on air cover from Alexandria to Melbourne, minor faults. 3163 * A1949 (Feb 16) use of 2m Farouk, 30m Farouk & Pyramids pair on air cover from Port Said to Melbourne, minor faults. EGYPT | Postmarks 3164 S A A2+ Kafr El-Sheikh: KAFR[ EL-SH]EIKH/16 IX 93 T 11/’ on Salt Department Revenue Stamp.

$35

3198 ** A

$30 $5

3199 ** A A1

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1891-1902 New Design Perf 10 2½d chocolate, SG #79, on cover (Cat £192+ on cover) from Suva to Switzerland via Italy. $150 1891-1902 New Designs Perf 11¾ ½d greenish slate sheet of 100 on Sanderson paper, SG #95, Cat £300, 71 units MUH, 29 units with sellotape strips along perf lines. $100 1903 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA ½d green & pale green ovptd ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #104s. $20 1906-12 KEVII Wmk Multi Crown/CA New Colours 2½d bright blue, SG #120. $5 1938-55 KGVI Pictorials 2d brown & green, Die I, block of 4, SG #253, Cat £160, gum quite toned. $80 - 5d blue & scarlet, SG #258, Cat £12. $10 1969 Third South Pacific Games 4c wmk crown to right of CA, SG #411w. $4 1977 E.E.C./A.C.P. Conference New Issue Notification for Stamp News with 2 photographic reproductions of the Conference issue & some technical details. $5 1977 Hibiscus Festival New Issue Notification for Stamp News with 4 photographic reproductions of the Fiji Hibiscus Festival issue & some technical details. $5 1983 Parrots set in plate number blocks of 4, SG #651-4, Cat £24+. $25

FIJI | Postage Dues 3200 V A A1 1917 Thick Yellowish White Laid Paper 2d black, wide setting, SG #D3, sunburst cancel, imperf at right, Cat £80. $70 3201 V A A1 - 3d black, wide setting, SG #D4, cds cancel, imperf at right, Cat $30 £120. $100 3202 F A B1 1918 Wmk Multi Crown/CA 4d black with starburst cancel, SG #D10, Cat £29. $30 $25 3203 F A B1 - 4d black with 1921 CDS, SG #D10, Cat £29. $30 3204 ** A A1 1940 Wmk Multi Script CA 1/6d carmine-lake marginal block of $10 4. $80 $10 FIJI | First Day Covers 1935 Silver Jubilee 1/- on Iremonger cover with violet Suva 3205 * A registration handstamp, from Suva to England. $15 3206 *F A 1948 KGVI 8d carmine SG 261c tied to illustrated FDC by Suva cds 15NO48. $10 3207 F A 1949 UPU Registered Illustrated long envelope with UPU plate numered set in pairs (apart from 2d singles) tied by Suva cds ‘s $20 10OC49. 1950 New Values 1/6d ultramarine pair on neat addressed $10 3208 *V A illustrated cover. $10 FIJI | Commemorative Covers * A 1953 Royal Visit illustrated cover to USA, 8d Royal Visit $10 3209 cancelled with light ‘SUVA/17DE 53/FIJI’. $10

FIJI | Postal History 1922 (Jun 28) use of KGV ¼d pair, ½d pair & 2½d on registered 3210 * Acover from Suva to England. 3211 * A1927 (May 21) use of 3d blue KGV marginal block of 4 on cover to Toronto, NZ-style registration label on face. 3212 * A- (Jul 27) use of 6d KGV on on commercial cover to New York, NZ-style registration label on face. 3213 * A1948 (May 17) use of 2d & 6d on air cover to Melbourne, small faults. 3214 * A- (Nov 4) use of 2d & 6d on air cover from Raki Raki to Melbourne, faults. - (Dec 13) solo use of ½d (printed matter rate?) on commercial 3215 * A cover from Lautoka to Melbourne. Quite unusual. 3216 * A- (Dec 4) use of 2½d Map on cover to Melbourne, small faults.

$50 $25 $30 $10

$20

$20 FALKLAND ISLANDS $40 3165 W A B1 1891-1902 QV ½d blue-green, SG #15, Cat £25, MNG. $12 3166 * A 1938-50 KGVI Pictorials set of 18, SG #146-63, Cat £475. $275 $30 3167 ** A 1952 KGVI Pictorials set of 14, SG #172-85, Cat £180. $160 3168 */** A - set of 14, horizontal stamps are marginal singles, 10/- is plate $10 ‘1’ single, SG #172-85, Cat £180. $80 3169 ** A 1960-66 Bird Definitives set to 2/-, SG #193-204, Cat £50. (12) $40 $10 3170 ** A - set of 15, SG #193-207, Cat £170. $150 3171 * A A1 1960-66 Birds ½d black & green (DLR), SG #193a, Cat £15. $8 $50 3172 ** A A1 1965 Churchill 1d wmk inverted marginal single, SG #224w. $8 $5 3173 V A A1 1974 Battle of the River Plate 6p wmk crown to right of CA BRC control number pair, SG #308w, Cat £12 (2002). $10 FIJI | Flight Covers 3174 ** A A1 1980 Birds of Prey 25p Cassins Falcon block of 4, SG #387. $4 3217 F A 1941 Suva - Honolulu Long envelope with Fiji adhesives including 5d Blue canes tied by Suva machine cancel Nov 14 FALKLAND ISLANDS | Military - World War II Period 1941 with First flight cachet at lower left and backstamped 3175 *V A1942 use of stampless OAS endorsed envelope from Private Honolulu Nov 15 1941. $50 Robinson on the Falkland Islands, cancelled with mute ‘RECEIVED FROM/H.M.SHIPS’ (A1), to England, with ‘[crown]/ FIJI | Postmarks PASSED BY CENSOR/No./4428’ (A1) handstamp in purple, flap 3218 S A B2 Ba: ‘P.O./23MAR39/BA[-F]IJI’, on 2d map. $5 largely removed. [Robinson correspondence.] $300 3219 S A C1 Davutu: light straight-line ‘DAVUT[U]’ on 2d grey KGV. PO 1/3/ 1915; closed 20/10/1938. $10 FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES to 1956 3176 * A 1944-45 Graham Land complete set of 8, SG #A1-8, Cat £24. $12 3220 S A A2 Ellington (1): straight-line ‘ELLING[TON]’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 16/3/1916; closed 4/11/1936. $25 3177 * A 1944-45 South Georgia complete set of 8, SG #B1-8, Cat £24. $12 3178 * A 1944-45 South Orkneys complete set of 8, SG #C1-8, Cat £24. $12 3221 * A A2 - ‘[P.]O. ELLINGTON/JU21/1922/[F]IJI’ on 2d & 1d red KGV pair on registered Iremonger endorsed ‘Via Vancouver’. $150 3179 * A B1 - complete set of 8, SG #C1-8, Cat £23. $12 3222 S A A2 Labasa: ‘[P.O. L]ABASA/15/OCT/10/[FI]JI’ on 1d red KEVII. PO 3180 * A 1944-45 South Shetlands complete set of 8, SG #D1-8, Cat 3/6/1892. $4 £24. $12 3181 * A B1 - complete set of 8, SG #D1-8, Cat £23. $12 3223 * A A1 Levuka: ‘P.O. LEVUKA/14/SEP/1931/FIJI’, on 3d & 4d KGV on registered Iremonger cover. PO c.-/10/1871. $20 3182 ** A 1946-49 Thick Maps 1d block of 4, top right unit with gap in 80th parallel, SG #G2a. $5 3224 D A A2- Loma Loma (2): ‘P.O. LO[MA] LOMA/13/NOV/1916/FIJI’, Proud #D4, on 1d red KGV pair. PO 1/11/1909. $6 3183 ** A - 9d control ‘1A’ number block of 4, top left unit with gap in 80th parallel, SG #G7a, hinged in margin only. $8 3225 * A A1 Nabouwalu (2): ‘NABOUWALU/17SEP31/FIJI’, on 3d & 4d on registered Iremonger cover. PO 1/7/1915. $20 3184 ** A - 1/- sheet number block of 4, top left unit with gap in 80th parallel, SG #G8a, hinged in margin only. $8 3226 * A B1 Nadarivatu: ‘P.O.NADARIVATU/16/JUN/1922/FIJI’ on KGV 1/on registered Iremonger cover. PO c.-/7/1905. $100 3185 ** A 1948 Silver Wedding set of 2, SG #G19-20. $3 3186 ** A A1 1954-62 Ships £1 Belgica, SG #G40, Cat £85. $80 3227 * A- A1 Nadi Airport: ‘NADI AIRPORT/1NO48.1/FIJI’ on 2d & 6d KGVI Pictorials on commercial airmail to Melbourne, Australia with ‘LAUTOKA/1NOV48.330PM/FIJI’ (Proud #D9) backstamp. PO FIJI 24/5/1947. $15 3187 F B B2 1876-77 ‘VR’ Underprint on Laid Paper 6d rose, SG #33, Cat £32, thinned TLC. $10 3228 * A C1 Nadroga: 27mm ‘P.O.NADROGA/6MAR/1925/FIJI’ on ¼d, ½d, 1d, 2d & 3d on registered Wilson cover. PO c.1890; renamed 1878-99 ‘CR’ Altered to ‘VR’ Perf 11x10 4d pale mauve, SG 3188 * A Sigatoka PO c.-/6/1968. $75 #54, on local Suva cover, Cat £192+ on cover. $125 3229 S A A1- Nailaga: straight-line ‘NAILAGA’ on KEVII 1d red. [Rated 100 by 3189 * A 1881-99 1/- Brown P11¾x11, SG #68, plus 5d cancelled with Proud] PO c.1905; closed 18/8/1915. $15 ‘G.P.O. SUVA/3/MAR/97/FIJI’ (earliest recorded use) on registered cover to Switzerland. $900


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 Naililili: lightly struck ‘P.O.NAIL[LILI]LI/15/JAN/1919/FIJI’ on KGV 1d red pair. [Rated 600 by Proud] PO c.1900; renamed Nabilili PO 1/9/1954.

Naiserelagi: straight-line ‘[NAI]SERELA[GI]’ on ½d green KEVII. PO 1/8/1906; closed 17/7/1934. 3232 * A B1 Nausori: ‘P.O. NAUSORI/8/MAY/1916/FIJI’ (arcs 3½,3½) on 1d red KGV pair. PO c.1890. 3233 * A A1 - ‘NAUSORI/11SEP31/FIJI’ on 2/- KGV (cat £280+ on cover) on Iremonger cover with black registration handstamp. 3234 S A A2+ Navola: straight-line ‘NAVOL[A]’ on 1d red KEVII. [Recorded for 4½ years only] PO 7/11/1907; closed 21/10/1916. 3235 S A B2 Navua: light double-circle ‘PO[ST OFFICE]/FIJI/NAVUA’ on 2d dull green pirogue. [Rated 360 by Proud] PO c.1871. 3236 * A- ‘NAVUA/4JUL31/[F]IJ[I]’, on 1/- black/emerald KGV on Iremonger registered cover. 3237 D A B1 - ‘NAV[UA]/10JUL31/FIJI’, on 1d violet KGV. 3238 * A B2 Rotuma: ‘P.O.ROTUMA/18/AUG/29/FIJI’ on 2/6d on registered Iremonger cover to GB. PO c.1894. 3239 S A A1 Sabeto (1): straight-line ‘SABETO’ on 1d purple & black red. [Rated 300 by Proud - the only example sold by us realised $220 in 2005, it was inferior to this one.] PO c.1900; closed 30/3/1910. 3240 * A A1 Sabeto (2): violet triple-oval ‘APPASAMI PILLAI/ STOREKEEPER/SABETO, FIJI’ in BRC of registered Iremonger cover, 3d & 4d cancelled at Lautoka on 24SP/31. No canceller recorded in this short period when Mr Pillai was the Postal Agent. PO 1/2/1929; closed 30/8/1932. 3241 * A A1 Somo Somo (2): ‘P.O. SOMO SOMO/19/1931/SEP/FIJI’ (date format variant not recorded by Proud) on 6d on registered Iremonger cover. PO 1/12/1917. 3242 S A A2 Tavua: ‘P.O. TAVUA/8/JUN/22/FIJI’ on 1/- on registered Iremonger cover. PO 4/11/1897. 3243 D A A1 Vatukoula: ‘VATUKOULA/8NO57 9/FIJI’ (arcs), on 2½d blueviolet QEII. PO 1/4/1938. 3244 * A A2 Viria (1): ‘P.O. VIRIA/7/SEP/22/FIJI’ on ½d green KGV strip of 5 on Iremonger cover. [Rated 200 on piece, covers Not Rated by Proud.] PO 1/5/1915; closed 8/4/1925. 3245 D B A1 Vuna (1): straight-line ‘VUNA’ on 1d purple & black on red KEVII. [Rated 150 by Proud] PO c.1890; closed 31/7/1938. 3246 * A B1 Waiyevo: ‘P.O. WAIYEVO/9/AUG/29/FIJI’ (LRD) on 2/6d on registered Iremonger cover with blue & black provisional label. [Rated 500 by Proud] PO 1/8/1910. FRANCE 3247 F B 3248 *

A B2

3249 *

A- C2

3250 ** A 3251 ** A-

1853-61 Napoleon III ‘EMPIRE Franc’ 80c carmine on yellowish 4 good margins, SG #67, Cat £65, minor thin. 1876-81 Peace & Commerce 30c brown type II, SG #236, Cat £150. 1900 Merson 50c cinnamon & lavender, SG #305, Cat £120, gum a bit disturbed. 1986 French Film Institute 50th Anniversary MS, SG #2740, Cat £19. 2002 St Valentines Day MS, SG #3798, couple of small creases.

FRANCE | First Day Covers 3252 *V A 1951 National Relief Fund 12f+4f Surcouf, SG #1116, tied to illustrated FDC by SAINT MALO cds 2 JUIN 1951, unaddressed. 3253 *V A B1 1970 Liberation Of Concentration Camps on unaddressed card signed by designer of card and stamp. FRANCE | Maximum Cards 3254 *F A 1954 Stamp Day 12f+3f Chamant tied to maxi card by commemorative FDC Paris 20 3 1954, fine card. FRANCE | Postal History 1864 use of 20c blue (Mi #21a) cancelled by diamond ‘110’ (A13255 *V A) with double-circle ‘ANNECY/3/NOV./64/(89)’ (A1) & bearing boxed ‘APRÉS/LE/DÉPART’ handstamp on slightly trimmed folded invoice, backstamped with ‘ST JEAN-DE-MAURIENNE/4/ NOV./64/(88)’ cds.(B2-). 3256 *F B 1935 use of 50c red sower, cancelled with ‘PARIS XI/1530/19VI/ 1935/RUE MERCOEUR’, on plain cover to Medea, Algeria, redirected to Military Prison, Algeria, with letter in French, several small closed tears & generalised creasing. 1940 use of 5c carmine Mercury x10 and 2f Daudet’s Windmill, 3257 *V A cancelled with hexagonal ‘LANBALLE(COTESOUNORD)/17*/19 7/40/C.P.NO9’ (B1) on cover to Red Cross in Geneva. 1949 (Jan 6) use of 40f Centaur pair on air cover to Melbourne. 3258 * A FRANCE | Military - World War I Period 3259 *F B 1918 use of 15c pair & 20c Sower, cancelled with ‘TRESOR ET POSTES/*/27-9/18/*506*’ (B1 - French Levant) on registered cover to Zofingen, Switzerland, part of flap removed. FRANCE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3260 S A A2 24: in star of Rue De Clery on 1863 40c Laureate. 3261 S B A2 37: in star of Boulevarde Malesherbes on 1863 40c Laureate. 3262 S A B1 E: in star (#PL with serifs) of Rue De Seze on 1862 20c blue. 3263 D A- A2 IB: of Irun-Bordeaux TPO on 1862 20c blue. EQUATORIAL GUINEA 3264 ** A 2005 Trains vertical strip of 400fr, 450fr, 550fr & 600fr. 3265 ** A 2005 Art & Architecture strip of 3 of 450fr, 550fr & 600fr. 3266 ** A 2005 Trains vertical strip of 400fr, 450fr, 550fr & 600fr. 3267 ** A 2005 Don Quixote 400th Anniv. strip of 4 of 400fr, 450fr, 550fr & 600fr.

FRANCE | General Colonies Issues | Postage Dues 3268 F A1893-1906 New Colours: 20c olive-green, gutter pair with sheet number ‘6’, SG #D76, light toning. $120 $20 FRENCH POLYNESIA 3269 ** A1989 Polynesian Folklore set of 3, SG #562-4, Cat £11, couple of short perfs on 47f. $5 FRENCH POLYNESIA | First Day Covers $100 3270 *V A 1982 Philexfrance 150f on Philexfrance FDC, SG #367, Cat £18, cancelled with ‘PREMIER JOUR/12MAI82/[philexfrance $35 logo]/PAPEETE’ (A1). $40 FRENCH SOMALI COAST 3271 * A/A1902-03 Pictorials - Coloured Centres 1c to 5c, SG #121-4, $30 hinge remainders. (4) $5 3272 */V A 1909 Pictorials 1c to 10c, SG #151-5, 1c & 2c used, Cat £12. (5) $150 FRENCH SOMALI COAST | Djibouti 3273 V A 1900 Surcharges 5c on 40c, SG #114, CTO with gum, minor adhesions. $150 FRENCH SOUTHERN & ANTARCTIC TERRITORIES | Postal History 3274 *F A 1963 use of 15f Elephant Seal, 5f Fur Seal, cancelled with ‘TERRE ADELIE/*/18-1/1959/T.A.A.F.’ (A1-) on Gibson cover.

$4

$6

$15

$6 $6

$3

$30

$200 GERMAN STATES | Baden $50 $100

3275 F A 3276 *

B D1

1853 New Colours 6k black on yellow, Mi #7, Cat €28, 2½margins. 1862 Arms Perf 10 3k light carmine-red, Mi #18, Cat €60, thinned BRC.

$12 $15

$5 GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Official Stamps 3277 F A B1 1920 Lion 30pf blue, Mi #48, Cat €10. $250 GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $20

3278 *F A

$100

1914-16 Bordered Card With Arms 5pf green, reply half, with control number ‘14’, HG #95, cancelled with ‘NÜRNBERG/14.11.14 7-8N/2’ (A1) machine, to Berlin, filing holes.

$6

$6

GERMAN STATES | North German Confederation $40 $30 $45

3279 F A A1

1868 Northern District - Roulette ¼g brown-violet, Mi #1a, Cat €15.

$10

GERMAN STATES | Prussia 3280 F C

$15

1857 Wilhelm IV - Imperf, No Wmk 3s yellow-orange, Mi #8a, Cat €50, 3 good margins, 1 close, thin & associated small tear at top

$10

$5 GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3281 *F A$50

1851 Embossed Wilhelm IV 1gr red Die I on buff with silk thread, HG #B1b, cancelled with boxed ‘ELBERFELD/4/12 * 121’ (C1).

$40

$6 GERMAN STATES | Thurn & Taxis 3282 F A $30

A- B1

GERMANY 3284 F A B2 3285 * A 3286 *F A

$70 $6 $15

$40

$60

GERMAN STATES | Wurttemberg 3283 *

$50

1852-58 Numeral in Square 1gr black on blue, 3-margins, Mi #4, Cat €120, cancelled with 4-circle ‘29’ of Hanau. 1916 Wilhelm II Jubilee Arms short set of 6 to 25pf, Mi #123-8, Cat €12, 20pf has shallow hinge thin.

$6

1872 Small Shield 5gr bistre with coloured flaw left of right 5, Mi #6.II, Cat €380. $120 1925 Welfare Fund se-tenant 20pf booklet stamp with label. $125 2008 Brandenburg Tor .15, .45, .55, .65, .70, .90, 1.45, 1.65, 1.70, 2.20 & 3.90 on priority air cover (slightly reduced) from Zwickau to Melbourne. $10

GERMANY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (PTPO) 3287 PS A 1938 Stamp Day 3pf Hindenburg cancelled with special Hamburg Stamp Day cancel, picture of UPU statue on red background.

$15

GERMANY | Postal Stationery - Wartime 1918 usage of Prisioner of War envelope printed for Darmstadt 3288 *F A Camp and used to England with Darmstadt cancel 4 11 18 at upper right.

$50

$4 GERMANY | Postal History $4 3289 *F B 1923 stampless cover to Australia with poor red double-boxed $8 ‘Gebühr/bezalt’ (not listed by Michel) and endorsed “6,000,000” $8 and “Taxe perçue” all in TRC, cancelled with ‘HÖHSCHEID/2.10.23.8-9V/*(Kr SOLINGEN)*’ (A1). $100 3290 *F A1928 use of 8pf dark green, 15pf vermilion Germania & 15pf $5 reddish lilac air, cancelled with ‘NORDERNEY/[girl on $4 beach]/18.7.28.9 10N/*HERBST-WINTER-UND $5 FRÜHJAHRSKUREN*’ (B1), on postcard, with double-circle ‘OSLO/28VII28’ (A2) & boxed ‘Mit Luftpost befördert./Pastamt 5 $4 Bremen’ (A1) in reddish pink, some mild creasing. $10


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1930 (May 19) South America Zeppelin flight card, franked with GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards inscribed ‘SUDAMERIKA FAHRT’ 2Rm and 4Rm Zeppelins tied 1903 Germania 20pa (crossbar at top of A) on 10pf Germania, 3314 *F Aby Luftschiff in-flight cancels, Zeppelin circular pictorial cachet in HG #9, cancelled with ‘CONSTANTINOPEL/3/20 8/03/1-2N/* red & EUROPE PAN-AMERICA/ROUND FLIGHT’ diamond DEUTSCHE POST. *’ (B1), to Paris. cachet in violet, Friedrichshafen arrival datestamp, stamps alone GERMAN POST OFFICES IN CHINA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards Cat £950 (Michel on-cover Cat €1,000+). $400 3315 ** A 1900 10pfg + 10pfg carmine with reply card H&G 13. 1971-92 Airmails to Australia group of 12 airmail covers to 3292 *F A 1905 4 cents on 10Pfg carmine Post Card H&G 15. Australia with an extensive range of frankings & rates. $20 3316 ** A 3317 ** A - 2c on 5Pfg Green + 2c on 5Pfg Greenn with reply card H&G GERMANY | Military - World War I Period 16. 1917 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle 3293 *F B 3318 ** A - 4c on 10Pfg carmine + 4c on 10Pfg carmine with reply card ‘СЕЛЕЗНИКА САМАР/27 ? 17/x + a’ (B1 - Saratov region), with H&G 17. Cyrillic boxed censor 257 (B2) handstamp in purple & straightGIBRALTAR line ‘K.C.M.’ (B1) in purple, to POW in Germany with ‘18 Geprüft/ 3319 * A A1 1953-59 QEII Pictorials 3d deep greenish blue, SG #150a, Cat Prüfungsstelle/des/Gefangenenlagers/[eagle]/Stendal’ (B1), £10. some toning & light creasing. $100 3320 ** A A1 1953 QEII Pictorials 5/- deep brown, SG #156, Cat £40. 3294 *F A - use of Feldpostkarte, cancelled with double-circle ‘K.D. 3321 ** A A1 - 10/- reddish brown & ultramarine, SG #157, Cat £45. Feldpost/28.8.17.9-10V/’ (A1), to Leipzig, with very light oval ‘5. K?????ERT/NO 104 ???’ in purple. $10 3322 ** A A1 - £1 scarlet & orange-yellow, SG #158, Cat £50. GERMANY | Military - World War II Period 1941 use of stampless envelope endorsed “Feldpost!”, 3295 *F Acancelled with dumb double-circle of 19.2.41, to Schwabach, also bearing partial Feldpost handstamp for L-03171 (3rd Wing, 53 (Legion Condor) 2nd Air Corps - Air Fleet 2), torn down left edge. $25 - use of 20pf light blue, cancelled with light ‘FELDPOST/b/— 3296 *F A19.9.41/[eagle]’ on plain cover with circled ‘T’ in purple, crossed out in pencil with mss “Feldpost” notation, sealed at left with ‘OberCommando der Wehrmacht/[eagle]/c - Geöffnet’ tape & at base by plain brown strip, bearing circular ‘Kriegsmarine/[eagle]/ Dienstelle Feldpostnummer 11070’ (B1), St Malo Harbour Commandant, backstamped with ‘OberCommando der Wehrmacht/[eagle]/C/37/Geprüft’ (B2) in red, addressed to Sandarne, Sweden, worn edges where unsealed by censor tape. $300 3297 *V A1942 use of Feldpost lettersheet, cancelled with ‘SULZBERG/ 7XII42/b’ (B1), to FPO L13591 (probably Minsk, Russia). $25 3298 *F A 1943 use of stampless envelope endorsed “Feldpost”, cancelled with Vienna machine on 15.2.43, to Feldpost 06735B, 5th Battalion Artillery Regt. 44 Inf Div, 6th Army, Army Group Don, with mss “ZR” Zuruck & Returned to sender. [Unit surrounded by Russian forces in Siege of Stalingrad and lost by 12 Jan 1943] $50 GERMANY - Allied Occupation | Postal History 3299 *F A1946 use of 24pf chestnut, cancelled with poor Frankfurt of 27.12.46 from the Lithuanian Emigrant Assembly Centre to Traunstein. $100 3300 *V A1949 use of 10pf green & 60pf Cologne Cathedral strip of 4 (1 damaged), cancelled with double-circle ‘(23) BREMENVEGESACK/96.8.49-16/g’ (A1-) on air cover to Chicago, from IRO Interzonal Staging Centre, Camp Grohn. $50 GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet) | Postal History 1947 use of 24pf chestnut Workers x2, 24pf Stephan, 2pf black 3301 *F A numeral & 2pf black workers, cancelled with double-circle ‘(21) DETMOLD 1/06.7.47-9/k’ (B1), on cover to Parkes, NSW, sealed at left with ‘[crown]/OPENED BY/EXAMINER/3364/P.C.90.’ label, with ‘BRITISH CENSORSHIP/[crown]/1836/GERMANY’ (A1) in purple, letter included.

$5 $35 $40 $45

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | First Day Covers 3327 F A 1946 Victory Registered illustrated long cover with set in blocks of 4 tied by Tarawa double ring cancel DE1646.

$30

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postal History 1940 cover to Australia with USA 5c tied by fine CANTON 3328 *F A ISLAND cancel JUL 14 1940.

$80

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postmarks 3329 D A- A2 Abaiang: ‘[GILB]ERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS/POST OFFICE/ ABAIANG/[COLONY]’, on ½d green KGV pair, small toned spot. 3330 D A B1 3331 * A A1 3332 * A A1

3333 D A B2 3334 S A C3

$15

$6

GERMANY - East | Postal History 1959 (APR 30) use of 10pf blue workers (rounded TLC) on PPC 3304 * Afrom Eberswalde to Dresden, stamp additionally cancelled with ‘Eingegangen/4 5 59/VEB Vieh u. Schwe[?]’.

$10

GERMANY - West 3305 V A B1 1951 Röntgen 30pf blue, Mi #147, Cat €22. 3306 F A A1 1952 Youth Hostels 10+2pf dark olive-green, Mi #153, Cat €26. 3307 F A B1 1953 Road Safety 20pf Mother & Child, Mi #162.

$12 $15 $4

GERMAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY 3311 F A C1 1884 Surcharges 10pa on 5pf lilac, Mi #1a, Cat €80, Jaschke expertising handstamp. 3312 F A C1 1889 Surcharges on ‘REICHSPOST’ Issues 1pi on 20pf ultramarine (2 distinct shades), Mi #8. 3313 * A A1 1905 No Wmk 4pi on 80pf, Mi #31, Cat €35.

$25

$40 $4 $7 $6

3335 * A B2

GERMANY - East 3303 V A B1 1954 5 Year Plan Surcharges 70 on 84p sienna - with imprint, Mi #422m, Cat €12, CTO

GERMANY - West | Postal History 3310 * A 1969 use of Europa 30pf & 20pf with 50pf slate-blue, cancelled with ‘ICKING/c/16.-6.69-18/8021’ on air cover to Sydney, Australia.

$25

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS 3323 * A B1 1956-62 QEII Pictorials set to 10/-, SG #64-75, Cat £65. (8) 3324 ** A 1972 South Pacific Commission set SG 196-8. (3) 3325 ** A 1974 Canoe Crests set SG 227-30. (4) 3326 ** A 1975 Cowrie Shells set SG 247-50. (4)

PO c.1910.

Beru: double-circle ‘BERU/20JY/62/GEIC’, on piece with 1d green & purple x2. Canton Island - USA PO (1): violet double-circle ‘CANTON ISLAND/JAN/8/1948’ (#46) on US 3c Edison on philatelic cover to New Zealand. PO 15/7/1940; closed 23/4/1965. Christmas Island: ‘CHRISTMAS/ISLAND/22SEP8 1025AM/ GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS’ on 20c Cultural, bears typed label on reverse reading ‘It is regretted that the Christmas/Island datestamp was out of order/when this item was postmarked./The cancellation should read:/21Sep70..../Postal Superintendent, Tarawa.’ with ‘TARAWA/15OC709AM/GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS’ (A1+). PO 14/2/1939. Nonouti: double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/10OC/62/NO[NOUTI]’, on 2d green & purple. PO c.1923. Tamana: double-circle ‘[GILBERT AND ELLICE IS]LANDS COLONY/P.O./[TA]MANA/[I]SLAND/[*]’ on 1d WAR TAX. PO c.1918.

$8

GERMANY - West | Commemorative Covers 1953 unaddressed cover with 1953 Munich Transport Exhibition 3309 *V A set Mi 167-70 plus 20pf Road Safety Mi 162 tied by fine strikes DEUTCHES TURNFEST 1953 HAMBURG 03 8 53 Pictorial cancels.

$30 $15

$15 $5 $30

$25 $5 $80

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Gilbert Islands | Postmarks

GERMANY - Allied Occupation (Soviet) 3302 * A B1 1945 Saxony Arms Perf 13x12½: 40pf lilac, wmk rising steps, BLC single, Mi #84Y, Cat €12.

GERMANY - West | First Day Covers 1964 President Lubke 20pf red & 40pf blue on illustrated FDC 3308 *V A cancelled with Bonn commemorative cancel.

$40

29/11/1902.

GOLD COAST 3336 F A A2 3337 F A A3 3338 ** A A1 3339 F A A1 3340 **/* A A1 3341 F A3342 ** A B1 3343 ** A A1 3344 F A-

$5

Fanning Island: double-circle ‘FANNING/*/25OC/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’ in violet tying 5c hibiscus on cover to Tarawa. PO

3345 F A A1 3346 F `A

$30

1876-84 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14 ½d olive-yellow, SG #4, Cat £30, cancelled with with ‘55[4]’ of Accra. $25 1876-84 Wmk Crown/CC 2d green, SG #6, cancelled with light ‘556’ of Cape Coast Castle. $5 1884-91 QV 2½d ultramarine & orange marginal block of 10 (5x2) with Control No 2 in margin x2, SG #14, short perfs on one unit, Cat £100++. $150 1884-91 Wmk Crown/CA 3d olive-yellow, SG #15a, 1896 use at Accra. $8 1884-91 QV 4d rosy mauve marginal block of 4 with Control No 1 in margin, SG #16a, 2 units hinged, Cat £100++. $150 1884-91 Wmk Crown/CA 2/- deep brown, SG #19a, small abrasions on face, used 1895. $8 1898-1902 QV Tablets 3d dull mauve & orange, SG #29. $8 - 6d dull mauve & violet marginal block of 4 with Control No 3 in margin, SG #30, Cat £40++. $50 1907-13 KEVII Wmk Mult CA 2/- purple & blue/blue, SG #66, couple of small faults, Cat £16, 1913 use at Cape Coast. $5 1937 Coronation set of 3, SG #117-9. $7 1938-43 Christiansborg Castle 1d red-brown P12x11½ block of 10 (5x2), SG #121a. $5

GOLD COAST | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1903 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, to Germany, stamp 3347 *F B $50 cancelled with ‘AKROPONG/5MAY/1906/GOLD COAST COLONY’ (A1 - rated 150 by Proud), small tear in card. [Akropong changed to Mampong 1909.] 3348 *V A- 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, to Switzerland, stamp cancelled with ‘ODUMASI/NOV/[1908]/GOLD COAST COLONY’ (A2 $10 rated 400 by Proud), small corner crease, some light toning. PO opened c.1891; closed 22/5/1922.

$80

$80

GOLD COAST | Postal History $50 3349 *F A 1939 use of Telegram envelope (G.C.P. & T. No. 190.) with accompanying telegram, both cancelled with double-circle $10 ‘NSUTA WASSAW/23DEC1939/GOLD COAST’ (A1+ - ERD). $140 $25 3350 *F A1949 use of 6d aerogramme cut-outs x2 on air letter to USA. $25


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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1841 Line-Engraved on Blued Paper 1d red-brown block of 4 [KA-LB] 3-4-margins, SG #8, lower units creased, right units both with very high ‘B’, Cat £120, cancelled with ‘569’ of North Allerton. 1858-79 Line-Engraved 1d plate numbers 71-108 plus extra 96 & 104, excl 75, 77, 88, 93, 103 & 105. (33) - 1d plate numbers 108-142, excl 129,132,134 & 135. (29) - 1d plate numbers 143-175 plus extra 158, excl 153, 173 is mint. (33) - 1d plate numbers 176-208, excl 180, 186, 201 & 207. (29) - 1d plate numbers 209-224, excl 211, 214-5, 218-9 & 222-3. (9) - 1d plate 140 pair [GK-GL] perf ‘B&L’ (not recorded in 1985 Tomkins). - 2d blue thin lines plate 15 [HI], SG #46, Cat £30, cancelled with ‘355 Henley on Thames duplex. - 2d deep blue thin lines plate 14 [SC], SG #47, Cat £30. 1870 Wmk halfpenny ½d rose-red vertical strip of 5, plate 13 [EU-IU] on piece, SG #48, Cat £110. 1847-54 Embossed 6d purple, 2-margins, SG #60, Cat £1,000. 1855-57 No Corner Letters 6d pale lilac pair, SG #70, left unit pre-printing crease, right unit wing margin, Cat £220. - 1/- green pair, SG #72, few short perfs, left unit with wing margin, Cat £620. 1880-83 Large Coloured Letter Wmk Imperial Crown 3d rose plate 21 pair [EA-EB], SG #158, Cat £180. - 4d grey-brown plate 18 pair [DG-DH], SG #160, Cat £130. 1880-81 Wmk imperial Crown 1d Venetian red block of 4 [KDLE], SG #166, Cat £52+. 1883-84 Lilacs & Greens 3d lilac, SG #191, Cat £90. - 1/- dull green block of 4, SG #196, usual fading, Cat £1,200. - 1/- dull green, SG #196, Cat £200. 1887-92 QV Jubilee 1/- dull green block of 4, SG #211, Cat £280, with 1896 Leadenhall St cancel, nice multiple. 1902-10 KEVII 1/- dull green & carmine block of 4, SG #257, Cat £140, fie 1902 Porchester Rd cds. 1902-13 1/- KEVII group of 16 used examples, naturally most of the greens are faded. 1902-10 KEVII De La Rue Definitives 10/- ultramarine pair, SG #265, one short perf, Cat £950, attractive. 1911-13 KEVII Somerset House Printing 1/- deep green & scarlet, SG #313, Cat £160. - 2/6d dull reddish purple pair SG #316, few spots of light toning, Cat £360. 1924 British Empire Exhibition set SG 430-1. (2) 1934 Re-Engraved Seahorses 5/- bright rose-red, SG #451, Cat £85, parcel cancel, minor thin at base. 1937-47 KGVI Definitives ½d to 1/- incl both shades for ½d to 3d, excl 11d, SG #462-75,485-90. (20) - 1d scarlet block of 60 (6x10), SG #463, 2 units hinged, Cat £18. - 2d orange block of 54 (6x9), SG #465, 5 units creased, Cat £64. - ½d to 1/-, excl 11d, simplified set of MUH marginal singles, 2½d, 4d, 7d, 8d, 9d & 10d with plate and cylinder nos, SG #46875,485-90. (14) 1939-48 KGVI High Values 2/6d brown, SG #476, Cat £95. - 2/6d yellow-green, SG #476a, Cat £15. - 2/6d yellow-green, SG #476a, Cat £15. - 5/- red, SG #477, Cat £20. - 5/- red, SG #477, Cat £20. - 10/- dark blue corner single, SG #478, hinged in margin only, Cat £260. - 10/- ultramarine, SG #478a, Cat £45. - 10/- ultramarine, SG #478a, Cat £45. - £1 brown marginal single, SG #478b, Cat £25. 1948 Silver Wedding £1 & 2½d pair on registered air cover to Australia, cancelled 30AP/48. Presumably philatelic but still quite rare. 1948 Royal Silver Wedding £1 blue, SG #494, Cat £40. - £1 blue marginal horizontal pair, SG #494, Cat £80. 1951 Festival High Values 2/6d to £1 SG 509-12, Cat £25. (4) - set, SG #509-12, Cat £25, 1 short perf on £1. (4) - 10/- ultramarine marginal horizontal pair, SG #511, Cat £30. 1955-58 QEII Waterlow Castles 2/6d to £1 SG 536-39, Cat £55+. (4) 1959 Phosphor & Graphite-Lined 4d ultramarine, SG #608, Cat £16. 1961 POSB Centenary 3d Thrissell machine, SG #624B, in BRC marginal block of 4 with orange-brown cylinder # 3B in selvedge. 1983 Geographical Regions set of 4, SG #1211-4. 1985 British Film set of 5, SG #1298-1302. 1986 Commonwealth Games set of 5, SG #1328-32.

3408 *F A-

1920-21 New Values 2d orange, HG #B23, Huggins & Baker #EP62, to Maldon, Victoria.

GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 1914 KGV 3d Red-Brown on Buff H&G C37 Registered $50 3409 *F A Lasswade to Edinburgh in 1917. 3352 G A $40 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 3353 G A $80 3410 *F A1879 QV Dates Removed ½d brown, instructions in 5 lines, HG 3354 G A #E7, Huggins & Baker #WP14, to Switzerland. $60 3355 G A $60 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Wartime 3356 G A $60 3411 *** A 1945 Forces Letter 1½d brown on buff, Senders name line 433357 G A 45mm, dotted lines, Huggins & Baker #IFG4 $10 GREAT BRITAIN | Telegram Forms 3358 F A D1 1939 Usage of illustrated Telegram with Orchids with $15 3412 F A Paddington cds 14 Aug 39 in violet on reverse with its original 3359 F A B1 $15 GPO Greetings Telegram envelope in gold, nice pair. 3360 F A C1 $40 GREAT BRITAIN | First Day Covers 3361 F A$120 1951 Festival of Britain 4d ultramarine, SG #514, on 3413 *V A3362 F A C1 unaddressed cover, cancelled with ‘STORE STREET $80 B.O.W.C.1/*/3MY/51’ (A1). 3363 F A B3 1957 Inter-Parliamentary Union Congress on plain addressed $150 3414 * A cover to Yugoslavia. 3364 F A A1 $90 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal History 3365 F A A1 $60 3415 *F A 1852 outer with superb consignee’s handstamp ‘HENRY H. 3366 G A B1 WILLIS & CO/GENERAL/COMMISSION AGENTS,/3 CROSBY $25 SQUARE/LONDON.’, endorsed “p Camilla/Capt Boyle”, large 3367 G A A1 $33 red oval ‘SHIP LETTER/[crown]/FE*6/1953/MELBOURNE’ (B1) 3368 F A A1 $120 arrival on back. 3369 G A D1 $55 3416 * B 1868 Illustrated address on 1d pink envelope (opened a bit 3370 F A A1 roughly), well executed cartoon style. Will benefit from some $100 TLC. 3371 F A C1 3417 *V C 1919 use of ½d & 4d on registered cover, ‘OPENED BY/ $60 CENSOR./428’ label at right, bi-lingual double-circle ‘TEHERAN 3372 U A/B (DEPART)/8V19/’ (A2) arrival on back, cover is quite spotty. $60 3418 * A1934 (Dec 14) are cover with 3d & 1/- KGV, from Herne Bay to 3373 V A B2 Perth, WA, minor faults. $300 3419 * A1937 (Jun 23) use of 2d & 10d KGV & 1½d Coronation x4 on 3374 G A B1 registered air cover to Sydney. Went on flying boats Canopus, $40 Horsa, Atalanta & Sydney in IE560. 3375 F A- A1 1942 use of 2½d blue KGVI, cancelled with double-circle 3420 *F A $150 ‘LONDON/745AM/20FE/42/F.S.59’ (B1) on cover with OHMS 3376 F A A1 $25 ‘WAR ECONOMY LABEL’, to New York, bearing ‘LONDON 3377 F A- A2 POSTAL REGION/[crown]/EASTERN CENTRAL SECTION’ $40 (B2) with some reinforcement in blue ink & partially covered by 3378 * A ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1046’ label, includes short $15 letter from Divisional Controller, London Postal Region. 3379 **/* A $12 3421 *F A - use of 5½d brown KGVI registration envelope uprated with 3380 ** A/A2/6d green, 10d blue & 2½d blue KGVI, cancelled with poor $30 London of 26NOV42, to Los Angeles, with Board of Trade wax 3381 ** A seal & boxed ‘AUTHORISED FOR EXPORT/[signature]/An Assistant Secretary of/the Board of Trade/”26.11.42”‘ (A1) in $20 blue, also bears blue ‘LONDON, F.S.’ registration label, light 3382 * A A1 $45 straight-line ‘Non Letter Postage/COLLECT 10 CENTS/Customs 3383 ** A A1 $15 clearance./Postage-due stamps to/be affixed & cancelled’ (A2-) 3384 * A A1 $8 in purple, customs label on reverse. 3385 ** A A1 $20 3422 *F A 1946 use of 2½d blue victory, cancelled with slogan, on 3386 * A A1 $9 envelope with ‘[crown]/PER. ARDVA AD ASTRA/[bird]’ seal on 3387 ** A A1 flap from Cammeringham RAF Station to No 3 Camp Duncombe $300 Park, with letter in Polish. 3388 ** A A1 $40 3423 *F A - use of 3d mauve KGVI, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD 3389 * A A1 $15 POST OFFICE/7OC/46/155’ (A1-) of Amman on air letter sheet 3390 ** A A1 $30 to Ithaca, New York from Arab Legion Artillery MELF, with 3391 * A‘ARMY/AMN7IX46/SIGNALS’ (B1), contains letter in arabic. 3424 * A 1948 (Oct) use of 3d & 1/- Olympics on air cover to Melbourne. $150 3425 * A - (Nov 19) use of 1/- Olympics & 3d KGVI on air cover to 3392 ** A A1 $30 Melbourne. 3393 ** A A1 $60 3426 * A - (Nov 19) use of 3d Olympics & KGVI 2d & 10d on air cover to 3394 F A B1 $10 Melbourne. 3395 F A B2 $7 3427 *F A 1949 use of 5½d brown registration envelope, cancelled with 3396 ** A A1 $40 poor Anerley cds of 15FE49, with registration label, sealed at left 3397 F A B1 with OE 22 General Post Office, customs label tied by ‘[crown]/ $30 CUSTOMS/AND/EXCISE’ (B1) handstamp, to Philadelphia, 3398 V A A1 USA, with double-circle arrival of MAR1 1949, also bearing 10c $10 red US postage due & straight-line ‘COLLECT/Custom Service 3399 ** A A1 Charge/10 Cents’ (B1). - use of OHMS Official Paid ‘Chief Inspector of Taxes, D.C.B. 3428 *F A $3 (Cardiff)’ envelope uprated with 1/- brown KGVI, cancelled with 3400 F A A1 $3 ‘CARDIFF/730PM/12DEC/1949 - POST EARLY/for Christmas’ 3401 F A A1 $4 (A1-), by airmail to Kowloon, Hong Kong. 3402 F A A1 $3 3429 * A1959 (Mar 14) use of 5d M.E.F. KGVI x3 on 2nd class air cover to Australia, fine ‘T/F.S./”8d” on face. GREAT BRITAIN | Official Stamps 3403 F A D1 1882-1901 I.R. OFFICIAL ½d slate-blue, SG #O5, Cat £22. $8 GREAT BRITAIN | Flight Covers 3404 G A 1896-1901 ‘ARMY/OFFICIAL’ 2½d purple on blue block of 6, 3430 *F A1939 England - USA North Atlantic service via Newfoundland, SG #O44, Cat £180+. $60 small fault on back flap. 3405 G B 1887-90 GOVT PARCELS 1/- dull green pair, SG #O68, Cat £450, usual fading and many trimmed perfs, left unit with tear. $45 GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War I Period 3431 *F A 1917 use of stampless OHMS envelope, cancelled with light GREAT BRITAIN | Local Stamps Army Post Office with double-oval ‘MARINE TRANSPORT Lundy 1953 Coronation set of 7 on Hamilton FDC. $10 3406 * A OFFICE, SUEZ/14FEV1917/INDIAN EXPEDITIONARY FORCE’ (A1-) in purple, to Alexandria, with double-circle ‘BASE GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes ARMY POST OFFICE/15FE/17/Z’ (A1-) transit & bilingual 3407 *** A 1881-83 QV Oval Dates Removed 1d pink on cream laid paper, Alexandria of 16.2.917 (B1). no die number, HG #B9h, Huggins & Baker #EP31, pre-printed address from Julius Spencer. $5

$6

$25

$5

$20

$100

$4 $40

$200 $100 $6 $15 $30

$150

$90

$60

$100 $10 $10 $10

$30

$5 $40

$16

$140


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GUYANA | Postal History 1918 use of Field Service Postcard (115mm x 85mm) cancelled 3466 *F Aby double-circle ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/?/16MY/18/S47’ (Agnes 1968 use of 2c Pirai & 5c Hassar vert pair, cancelled with des Doisans, France), addressed to Shropshire. ‘PLAISANCE/9SP/GUYANA’ (A1-), on slightly grotty air cover to $25 England. - use of stampless coloured PPC of ‘Bahnhof Imst (Tirol) mit 3433 *F A Muttekopf’, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST HONG KONG OFFICE/X/13DE/18/F.D.2’ (Italy), to London, with shield ‘[crown]/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/430’ (B1) in purple. $80 3467 W A B1 1882-96 Wmk Crown/CA 5c blue, SG #35a, Cat £38, mng. 3468 * A- A1 - 30c grey-green, SG #39a, Cat £90, crease. 1919 use of stampless OAS PPC, cancelled with double-circle 3434 *F A 3469 W A B1 1891 Surcharges ‘20/CENTS’ on 30c yellowish green, SG #45, ‘ARMY PO[ST OFFICE]/B/13DE/19/4’ (A2), headed “Thursday Cat £170, mng. evening on the way to Calais”, boxed ‘HEADQUARTERS/ 3470 * A B1 1891 Surcharges With Chinese Characters 50c on 48c dull TRUCK KITCHEN/BATTALION/CALAIS DUNES/...’ (C1) on purple, SG #49, Cat £80. face. $55 3471 F A A1 - $1 on 96c purple on red, SG #50, Cat £22. 3435 *F B 1921 use of stampless OHMS cover endorsed “Certified 3472 * A A1 1900-01 New Colours 5c yellow, SG #58, Cat £22. Official”, cancelled with Indian ‘F.P.O./NO 313/26JA21’ (A2 3473 ** A- B1 - 12c blue, SG #60, Cat £48, minor gum bend. Ismalia, Egypt), boxed ‘POSTAGE FREE/E.E.F.’ (B2), slightly reduced at right. $150 3474 * A A1 - 30c brown, SG #61, Cat £50. 3475 ** A B1 1938-52 KGVI Definitives 20c rose-red marginal single, SG GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War II Period #148a, natural paper inclusion, Cat £26. 1940s use of stampless cover (from Egypt?), cancelled with 3436 *F B 3476 ** A A1 1946 Victory set of 2, SG #169-70. machine ‘RECEIVED FROM/H.M.SHIPS’ (A1), fine green 3477 * A A1 1949 UPU 30c deep blue, SG #175, Cat £15. tombstone censor handstamp in BLC, magenta ‘10D Paid’ with 3478 F A B1 1954-62 QEII short set to $5 (13), SG #178-90, Cat £12. diagonal lines (A2) at top, to London. $200 3479 ** A 1962-73 QEII Wmk St. Edwards Crown 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 1947 use of 6d, cancelled with ‘[FIELD POST OFF]ICE/ 3437 *F A 30c, 50c, 65c, $1, $1.30, $2, $5 & $10, SG #197-209, Cat £104. 13SP/47/457’ (A1 - Palestine), on air letter to USA, from Arab 3480 * A A1 - $5 multi-coloured, SG #208, Cat £17. Legion, MEF, written in English. $100 3481 F A A1 1966-72 QEII Wmk St. Edwards Crown Sideways short set to $2, SG #222-33, Cat £17. GREAT BRITAIN | Military Postmarks 3482 F A B1 - 65c ultramarine, SG #230, heavy cancellation. 3438 * A- A1- Egypt Postage Prepaid ‘EGYPT/29/17DE42/POSTAGE/ 3483 ** A A1 1968-73 Definitives $1 arms, SG #254, hint of toning on PREPAID’ (MEF, Gen H.Q.), on 2d orange & 1d red KGVI, on reverse. airmail Lettercard to Huddersfield, Yorks, with crowned circle 3484 ** A A1 1970 Year of the Dog set of 2, SG #261-2, Cat £70, 10c has a ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./1814’ (B1) in purple, slight toning hint of toning on the reverse. around stamps. $12 3485 F A A1 1973-74 QEII Defins Wmk Crown/CA 25c lake-brown, SG 3439 * A A1 Field Post Office double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/+/ #286. JA8/16/1.Y’ (Egypt) on stampless PPC of ‘Cairo Sunset on the/ 3486 ** A A1 - $1.30 pale yellow & reddish violet, SG #292. Giza Desert’ to Valparaiso, Chile, an unusual destination. [Rated 3487 F A A1 - $10 pink & deep blackish olive, SG #295. 100 by Proud] $75 3488 F A A1 1975-82 New Values 65c greenish bistre, SG #319, Cat £13. 3440 * A A1- - double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/+/6FE/16/158’ (Wardan, 3489 V A A1 1979 Butterflies set of 4, SG #380-3, 20c is FU. Egypt, 158 Bde. 53 Div.), on long OHMS cover to Alexandria, 3490 ** A A1 1985 Queen Mother set of 4, SG #493-6. small closed tear at base. [Rated 100 by Proud] $50 3491 F A A1 1985 New Buildings $5 Coliseum, SG #506, Cat £11. 3492 F A A1 1987 Year of the Rabbit set of 4, SG #529-32. GREAT BRITAIN | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3493 F A A1 1988 Trees set of 4, SG #572-5. 3441 S A/B London Numerals: 1d red-brown Stars (SG 8-12 group) cancelled with diamond numerals 1 to 20 excl 5 & 9. Numbers 3, HONG KONG | Flight Covers 15 & 19 creased, nearly all 4-margins. Nice group. $100 3494 *G A 1952 Pan Am first direct flight to Rangoon, 50c purple cancelled on 8DEC/1952, Rangoon arrival 10DEC52, First Air Mail cachet GREAT BRITAIN | Postmarks on face. 3442 D A B2 Barrow-In-Furness: 3-arc squared-circle ‘BARROW-INFURNESS/E/MY11/83’ on 1d lilac. $8 HUNGARY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3495 ** B 1871 Franz Joseph in Colourless Circle 2kr yellow on buff, GREAT BRITAIN | Ireland | Numeral & Letter Postmarks original printing, HG #3, extensive hinge marking. 3443 D A B1 58: ‘BANBRIDGE/NO11/61/? - 58’ Diamond Numeral duplex on 1d stars P14 pair [LC,LD] $10 HUNGARY | Flight Covers 3444 D A B1 156: ‘E/CORK/FE6/67 - 156’ Diamond Numeral duplex on 1d red 1971 60f red bus & 1Ft turkish-blue air, cancelled with unframed 3496 *V A Plate ‘98’ pair [LG,LH] $10 ‘100 ÉVES A MAGYAR BÉLYEG/HELIKOPTER POSTAJARAT/ 3445 D A B1 193: ‘DUNGANNON/NO11/61/C - 193’ Diamond Numeral duplex BUDAPEST-EGER/[helicopter]/”BUDAPEST 71”/·BUDAPEST, on 1d stars P14 pair [PL,QL] $10 1971.IX.12·’ (A1) in red on commemorative air envelope also 3446 D A A2 289: ‘KINGSTOWN/F/JY14/76 - 289’ Diamond Numeral duplex bearing double-circle ‘[grapes]/[tower] 1971IX12/EGER1’ & on 1d red Plate ‘146’ [GB] $10 straight-line ‘HELIKOPTER POSTÁVAL/TOVÁBBÍTVA/ 3447 D A A2 398: ‘NEWROSS/D/OC28/68 - 398’ Diamond Numeral duplex BUDAPESTRÖL 1971 IX 12-ÉN’ (B1) in green. on 1d red Plate ‘90’ x3 [AN,BN,RE] $15 ICELAND GREAT BRITAIN | Ireland | Postmarks 3497 * A B1 1876-81 New Currency Perf 14x13½ 10a carmine, SG #16, Cat 3448 D A A2 Loughrea: 3-margins 1d red-brown [RG] cancelled with black £170. Maltese Cross tied by ‘LOUGHREA/AU31/1843’ on piece. $30 3498 * A C1 1882 New Colours Perf 14x13½ 3a brownish ochre, SG #20, Cat £110, hinge remainder, guarantee? handstamp on back. GREECE 3499 * A C1 1920 Christian X 30a red & green, SG #126, Cat £41. 3449 F A 1862-67 2nd Athens Print 40l rose-mauve on lilac 4-margins, SG #21b, Cat £160, Vlastos certificate. $120 3500 * A B1 - 30a red & green, SG #126, Cat £41. 3450 F A - 80l carmine 4-margins, SG #22, Cat £50, Vlastos certificate. $40 3501 * A A1 - 50a claret & grey, SG #128, Cat £200, hinge remainder. 3502 * A- A1 1925 Pictorials 20a red, SG #153, Cat £55, small thin and hinge 3451 F A - 80l rose-carmine 4-margins, SG #22c, Cat £17, cancelled with remainder. ‘103’ of Larissa. $15 3503 F A B1 1925 Scenes 35a blue, SG #154. 3452 F A 1930 Independence Centenary complete set of 18, SG #43350, Cat £110. $80 3504 * A B1 1930 1000 Years of Goverment 3a violet & lilac, SG #158. 3453 ** A 1951 St Paul’s Travels set of 4, SG #688-91, Cat £275. $200 3505 ** A A1 1930 Triangular Airmail 10a blue triangular air strip of 5, SG #173, Cat £100. 3454 ** A1985 Europa Booklet x3, SG #SB11, short perfs on one stamp. $5 3506 * A B1 - 10a blue Eagle, SG #173, Cat £20. 3507 * A B1 1931-37 Christian X complete set, SG #182-94, Cat £1,100, a GREECE | Postal History few hinge remainders and 2k has disturbed gum. (13) 3455 * B 1949 (Jan 5) use of 1,000d Battle of Crete x3 on air cover to Melbourne, faults. $15 3508 * A B1 - 25a brown & green, SG #188, Cat £20. 3509 * A A1 1959 Fauna set of 4, SG #368-72, Cat £18. 3456 * B - (Jan 5) use of 600d Victory x2 & 1,000d Battle of Crete x2 on air cover to Melbourne, faults. $15 3510 ** A A1 1973 Europa set of 2, SG #502-3. 3511 ** A A1 1985 Kjarval Centenary 100k Flight Yearning, SG #670. GRENADA INDIA 3457 W A C1 1873 Chalon Perf Large Start (Sideways) 1d blue-green, SG #11, Cat £100 as mint. $30 3512 ** A C1 1922-26 New Colours 2a6p orange pair, SG #199, normal brownish gum, Cat £10. 3458 * A A1 1902 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA 5/- green & carmine, SG #65, Cat £45. $40 3513 ** A A1 1948 Air India 12a Lockheed Constellation, SG #304. 3514 ** A1948 Ghandi 1½a, 3½a, 12a, SG #305-7, some colour transfer 3459 * A- B1 1938-50 Definitives 10/- blue-black & carmine P14 (narrow), on gum, Cat £30. (3) SG #163e, Cat £32, small tone spot at top. $18 3515 ** A 1949 UPU set of 4, SG #325-8, Cat £14. GUADELOUPE 3516 ** A 1950 Inauguration of Republic 2a, 4a & 12a, SG #329,331-2, 3460 F A B1 1891 Overprints 25c black/rose with GUADELONPE, SG #28e, Cat £18. Cat £140. $70 3517 ** A 1950-51 New Colours and Values set of 3, SG #333-3c, Cat £14.50. GUYANA 3518 ** A A1 1951 Gelogical Survey Centenary 2a elephants, SG #334, Cat 3461 ** A 1989 Trains $2 M/Sheet of a Pacific 231 locomotive. $4 £3.25. 3462 ** A - $2 M/Sheet of a 5 Forney locomotive. $4 3519 ** A 1951 Ist Asian Games pair, SG #335-6, Cat £13.75. 3463 ** A 1988 Christmas $2 M/Sheet. $4 3520 ** A 1952 Saints & Poets complete set of 6 (9p gum faults), SG 3464 ** A 1988 World Scout Jamboree, Australia $8 M/sheet. $5 #337-42, Cat £32. 3465 ** A 1988 Christmas $8 M/Sheet. $5 3521 ** A A2 1977 ‘Asiana 77’ SG 861-2 marginal blocks of 4. (2) 3432 *F A

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$25

$4

$30

$100 $80 $30 $30 $100 $25 $5 $3 $70 $12 $400 $15 $5 $4 $4

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INDIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3522 *F A1883 Round QV New Colours ½a green on white, size c, HG #B4, uprated with 2a blue pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘CAWNPORE/9JA/RYSTN-O.56’ & bearing boxed ‘R/O-56/ CAWNPORE’ (A1) handstamp, backstamped with ‘SAMBHAR/ REG/JA10/95’ (B1) arrival, some slight toning. INDIA | Postal History 1870s use of ½a blue Die I, cancelled with framed duplex 3523 *F A‘BOMBAY.S.W./DES.2/MY.17 - S-W/2’ (A2) to Ajmere, oval ‘F/C.P./19MAY/2’ (A2 - TPO) transit, straight-line ‘TOO LATE’ (B1) on face. 1941 use of 2r purple & brown, 8a purple, 4a brown & 2a 3524 *F Bvermilion, cancelled with ‘RIPON BUILDINGS/3NOV/415PM/ 1941/MADRAS’, on cover to Lynn, Massachusetts, sealed at left with ‘[arms]24D/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label with triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/D.I. 14’ (B1), frankings were removed from reverse of cover & reaffixed on front after cancellation. 3525 * A1948 (Nov 8) use of 12a Ghandia on air cover to Melbourne, minor faults. INDIA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3526 * B B2 131: ‘MEERUTT/MY18/71 - 131’ on ½a on small reduced cover. 3527 * B A1 - ‘BILLIMORE/1AP - 131’ on ½a on small cover, hexagonal ‘WADWAN CAMP/2AP’ (B1) and ‘MANDIVEE/AP4’ (B1) also on face. 3528 D A B1 152: ‘JOUDPOOR/? - 152’ (type 9III) on ½a on small piece with blue hexagonal ‘AJMERE/7JU’ (B2) and red ‘KOOCHAWAN/ 8JU/70’ (C1). 3529 * A- A1 B: on ½a blue on cover with ‘MATHERAN/DEC26’ (A1) & ‘R/ THIRD DELY/BOMBAY/DEC.26’ (A1) & ‘THIRD DELY/BOMBAYW/DEC.26’ (A1) backstamps. 3530 * AJ: on 1a brown ‘On/H.S./M.’ on long cover with ‘ERINPURA/FE.1/87’ (A1) & ‘AJMERE/1ST/DELY/FEB.2/87’ (B1) backstamps. INDIA | Postmarks 3531 * B A2 Ahmednagar Camp: bridge-style ‘AHMEDNAGAR CAMP/ 7OCT1919/3-PM’ on stampless POW Postcard, to USA, violet boxed ‘PASSED CENSOR’ on face. 3532 * C B1 Allahabad: red oval ‘ALAHABAD/12 MAR 12/FREE’ (sic) on long poor cover to the Rajah of Rewah. 3533 * B2 Amirgaon: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT/22AUG43/AMIRGAON’ on ½a Postal Card, poor Jaipur City arrival. 3534 * B B1 Bangalore: red unframed ‘BANGALORE/DE25/1870/1ST DLY’ on small cover. 3535 * A B1 Bareilly R.M.S.: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT BAREILLY R.M.S./ 6SEP.39/8 15P.M./SET-1’ on 9p Postal Card, double-circle ‘RINGAS/9SEP38’ (A2) arrival. 3536 * A- B1 Bhurtpore: ‘BHURTPORE/OCT:4’ on stampless cover, poor Samber arrival and fine boxed ‘POSTAGE DUE/1 ANNA’ all on back. 3537 S A B1 Camp: bridge-style ‘CAMP P.O./17SEP45/A-31’ on ½a block of 4. 3538 * A A1 Jeypore: ‘JEYPORE/APR:13’ on small stampless cover to Barielly, boxed ‘POSTAGE DUE/1 ANNA’ (A1+) backstamp. 3539 * A- A1 Khengrapati: double-circle ‘KHENGRAPATI/TEL./29JLY32/ CALCUTTA’ on Inland Telegram receipt. 3540 * A B1 Multan City R.S.: double-circle ‘MULTAN-CITY-R.S./10MY/09’ on ½a Envelope uprated with 2a, boxed ‘R/MULTAN CITY-R.S’ (A1) on face, ‘KARACHI/1AM.DELY/12MY09/REG.’ (B1) arrival. 3541 * B A1 Rajpootana TPO: unframed ‘J.2.IN/4/MAR:20’ on ½a Envelope cancelled with ‘T’ (A2), ‘BEAWAR/MAR21’ (B1) arrival. 3542 * B B1 Ramghur: triangluar ‘22/68/5/RAMGHUR’ (Cooper type 29c) on stampless cover, other markings include boxed ‘1AN’ (B2). 3543 * B B1 Sitamau: bridge-style ‘SITAMAU/13MAR48/8-AM’ on ½a KGVI Postal Card, double-circle ‘BHENSODA MANDI/13MAR48/ GWALIOR’ (A1) arrival. INDIA | Miscellaneous 3544 ** A group of 78 stamps mainly 1950s-60s and most MUH. INDIAN STATES | Charkhari | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3545 *WA 1896 ANNA Singular ¼a violet on thick yellowish paper, HG #1, cut-out. INDIAN STATES | Cochin 3546 W A B2 3547 W A B2

INDIAN STATES | Jaipur | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3552 *F A

1945 Singh II ½a dull violet on buff, HG #21, cancelled with ‘[sun]/18MAR46/BANDIKUI S.O.’ (B1).

$15

STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $16 INDIAN 1884 Jeend State ¼a green on cream stock, green text ‘JEEND 3553 ** B STATE POST CARD’ with coat of arms in middle, size 173x90mm, HG #2, tatty around edges.

$25

INDIAN STATES | Nabha $30

3555 *F A $5 $60 $8 $15

$10 $15

1888 QV Black Opt & Arms ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B10, reduced at left 1891 Curved Flap 1a brown on buff, HG #B11, torn back. 1908 Oval ½a yellow-green on white laid paper, HG #B17, aged and opened roughly at right.

1941 Value in Centre of Heading 6ca bright purple on buff, HG #25, cancelled with double-circle ‘KONNY A.O./ 14CHI119/T.A.D.’ (A2). 1947 New Value 8ca carmine on buff, HG #27, a bit grubby.

$30

$10 $4

INDIAN STATES | Travancore | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3557 S 3558 S 3559 S 3560 S 3561 S 3562 S

A A2 A A2 A A2 A- B2 A A2+ A A2

1: on 1ch blue. 5: on 1ch pale ultramarine. 7: on ½ch violet. 13: on 2ch red (faults). 14: on 2ch blue. 16: on 2ch blue.

$5 $7 $8 $10 $5 $5

3563 *** B

1950 Palm Tree 4p ultramarine on buff, HG #4, stain on face.

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

$5

INDIAN STATES | Travancore-Cochin | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3564 *** A-

1950 Coat of Arms 1a blue, Deschl #E3, with ‘INDIAN POSTS AND TELEGRAPHS DEPARTMENT’ (B1), small tear in TRC & bottom edge partially separated.

INDO-CHINA | Postal History * 1895 use 10c & 15c, cancelled with double-circle ‘HAI-PHONG/ $80 3565 F B 4E|9/DEC/95/TONKIN’ to Switzerland, octagonal ‘[L]IGNE N/ 15DEC/95/PAQ. FR. NO5’ (A2) and endorsement “Pr S.S. $20 Colombo” both on face. $10 IRAN 3566 ** A 2004 Notable Iranians marginal se-tenant block of 6 with two $10 labels.

$5

$65

$4

IRAN | Postal History 3567 *F A1943 use of 10r blue & brown & 3r blue-green x2, cancelled with double-circle ‘(TEHRAN)/NO 27.11.43 14/’ (B1), on cover to New Barnet, England, with boxed ‘TEHRAN/R No...’ (A1-) handstamp in purple, sealed at right with Arabic label in red on white & triple circle ‘ANGLO-SOVIET-PERSIAN/1/CENSORSHIP’ (B1-) handstamp in blue & sealed at right with both plain brown tape & ‘51-1473-G.W.D. P.C. 90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1283’ label over Baghdad cds, also backstamped with triple-circle cyrillic ‘16’ (A1-), some wear. $100 IRAQ 3568 *

A

3569 ** A

$16

1941-47 Definitives simplified set with only the later shades of the 8f to 20f values, SG #208-29 range, Cat £72. (18) 1948-51 Faisal II 200f, ½d & 1d (the 3 top values), SG #294-6, MUH, Cat £87.

$60 $70

IRAQ | Postal History $10 3570 *F B 1944 commercial air cover to Ulster with 30f & 50f, boxed Censor (?) hand-stamp in violet, British & Iraqi (?) Censor tapes, strong vertical fold. $100 $5 IRAQ | Flight Covers 3571 *F C 1929 1½a & 3a cancelled with type-written ‘IRAQ TO INDIA/By $10 Light Aeroplane/with Vct. and Vctess./J de Sibour.’, backstamp of Baghdad 3JAN29, Karachi 5FEB29 and Baghdad 25MAY29. Enclosed blank letter head paper from sender Izzat F. Maidani shows part impression of type-written cancellation. While the $4 cover and stamps are quite faulty it is very scarce with only about 50 covers carried. $150

$6

$20

INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3550 *** B 3551 *F C

3556 *F B

IRELAND 1946-48 Ravi Varma unissued 1a3p magenta, marginal single, MNG as issued, Cat £225. $150 3572 ** A B1 1949 Surcharges unissued 6p on 9p ultramarine, marginal single, MNG as issued, Cat £225. $150 3573 * A 1942 KGVI 9p dark green on buff, HG #20, double-circle ‘CHOTI SADRI/B.O./1FEB44/MEWAR’ (B1) arrival on face, spike hole.

1941-45 ‘NABHA’ on India set excl 1½a Typo and 3½a, SG #105-17, Cat £55.

$8 INDIAN STATES | Travancore-Cochin | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards

INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3549 *F B

A

INDIAN STATES | Travancore | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards

INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3548 *F B

3554 *

$25 $12

3574 *

A

3575 ** 3576 ** 3577 ** 3578 **

A A A A

3579 ** A ISRAEL 3580 *

A A1

3581 * 3582 *

A A1 A A1

1937 St Patrick 10/- blue marginal single, SG #104, hinged in margin only, Cat £150. $150 1940-68 Definitives Wmk e set to 1/- excl 8d & 11d, SG #11122, Cat £85. (12) $40 1940-68 St Patrick chalk paper set of 3, SG #123b,124c,125b, Cat £33. $15 1945 Thomas Davis Death Centenary set of 2, SG #136-7. $5 1946 Davitt & Parnell set of 2, SG #138-9. $5 1948-65 Air 1d, 3d, 6d & 1/-, SG #140-3. $6 1948-49 Selection 150th anniv of Insurrection pair, Republic Recognition pair & Mangan, SG #144-8, Cat £14. (5) $10 1950 Holy Year set of 3, SG #149-51, Cat £15. $12 1952 Bet Yaakov Lechu Venelcha Immigration Organization 110pr, with tab, SG #75, Cat £18, hinged in selvedge below tab only. 1960-61 Airmail tab set of 9, SG #183-5a, Cat £19. 1961-65 Zodiac tab set of 13, SG #198-210.

$8 $8 $3


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 3583 * 3584 * 3585 F 3586 **

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

3587 * 3588 * 3589 * 3590 **

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

3591 ** A A1 3592 ** A A1

1961 Afforestation tab set of 2, SG #220-1. 1962 Airmail I£3 Bay of Elat, with tab, SG #223, Cat £21. - I£3 Elat, SG #223, Cat £11, left marginal single. 1964 National Insurance set of 4 in tabbed strips of 5, SG #270-3, Cat £75. 1965-75 Civic Arms tab set of 19, SG #294-309, Cat £14. 1966 Museum Exhibits tab set of 6, SG #342-7, Cat £25. 1968 Exports tab set of 10, SG #377-86. 1971 Feast of Weeks set of 3 with tabs in strips of 5, SG #4846, Cat £14. 1972 Gates - 2nd Series set of 4 with tabs in strips of 3, SG #527-30, Cat £15. 1972 Rabbi Yizhaq Luria strip of 3 with tabs, SG #532.

ITALIAN STATES | Papal States 3593 F A 3594 F A ITALY 3595 * 3596 * 3597 * 3598 ** 3599 **

A C1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1

3600 * 3601 * 3602 *

A B1 A B1 A B1

1852 Arms 3 Baj black on brown, SG #15, Cat £26. - 5 Baj black on rose, SG #20, Cat £21. 1903 Express 25c red, Mi #85, Cat €35. 1930 Virgil - Air 7.70l+1.30l violet-brown, Mi #356, Cat €85. 1945-48 Definitives 100l carmine, SG #669, Cat £275. 1949 Volta set of 2, SG #737-8, Cat £81. 1950 Italian Workers set, SG #760-78, Cat £120, odd minor gum disturbance. (19) 1950 UNESCO set of 2, SG #791-2, Cat £52. 1950 D’Arezzo 20L dark green, Mi #799, Cat €26. 1951 Milan Triennale set of 2, SG #839-40, Cat £42.

ITALY | Parcel Stamps 3603 F A C1 1884 Umberto I 75c blue-green, Mi #4, Cat €10. ITALY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1877 Black Seal At Lower Left, Large Arms 0.10l brown-red, 3604 *** Awith single-lined frame, HG #3a, some light toning. 1896-97 Humbert in Oval 10c brown-red on cream, year ‘97’, 3605 *F AHG #29, cancelled with squared-circle ‘ROMA/15/2-98/09/ FERROVIA’ (B1), to Torquay, S. Devon, GB. ITALY | Postal History 1869 use of 20c blue strip of 3, cancelled with ‘19’ tied by framed 3606 *F A‘NAPOLI/26/MAG/69/4 S’ (C1) to Wolverhampton, unframed ‘P.D.’ on face. 3607 *F A 1973 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle ‘WESTHEIM/b/26.2.73-18/3536’ (A1), to Major Walter Reder, Military Prison, Gaeta, sealed at right with brown tape, straightline handstamp ‘RECLUSORIO MILITARE GAETA’ (A1) in red. [Reder was an SS Major resposible for the slaughter of over 1800 people in the Marzabotto area of Italy.]

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$3 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postal History 1948 (Jan 26) use of 50c pair on air cover to Melbourne. $10 3620 * AUnderpaid by 30c and taxed 75c. $10 - (Feb 7) solo use of 1/- on air cover to Melbourne, underpaid by 3621 * A30c but not taxed. $50 - (Feb 6) use of 10c & 30c x3 on air cover to Melbourne. $6 3622 * AUnderpaid by 20c and taxed 75c. $10 1949 (Feb 9) use of 30c & 50c pair on air cover to Melbourne. $3 3623 * A

$20 $20 $20 $20

$10 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Military - World War II Period 1941 use of stampless “On Active Service” cover, cancelled with 3624 *V Amute double-circle ‘19DE/1941’, to Dodoma, with triple circle $10 ‘MILITARY CENSOR/12/*’, part flap missing. $80 $5 1944 use of stampless Internee Camp No 6, Uganda lettersheet, 3625 *F A cancelled with double-circle ‘P.O.W./17JANA44/E.A.C.’ (A2) to USA, endorsed “EVACUEE MAIL”, violet boxed ‘P/W EAST/ $15 AFRICA 004’ (B1) and violet triple-oval ‘INTERNMENT CAMP/ $10 10JAN1944/No. 6. Uganda’ (B1), straight-line ‘10988/U.S. CENSOR’ (A1) all on face. $120 $10 KIRIBATI $55 $80 3626 ** A $65

1981 Royal Wedding 12c, 50c & $2 sheetlets, SG #149b,151a,153a.

$4

$80 KOREA | Postal History 1959 plain slightly reduced envelope bearing boxed 6981 $25 3627 *F B military handstamp in blue with censors chops & cds dated $5 92.5.26. $150 $20 KOREA (North) $3 $5 3628 V A B1 1965 Pyongyang Children set of 4 CTO, SG #N634-7. KOREA (South) 3629 ** A A1 1973 Court Costumes: First series set & M/Ss SG 1037-1039. (4) $4 $35 $5

$30

KOREA (South) | Military - Korean War Period 3630 *F A 1952 (Circa) use of stampless OAS cover cancelled with void cds, addressed in English to Korean soldier in 140th Tank Company, censor handstamp on face. $175 KUWAIT 3631 * A 3632 ** A 3633 ** A

1945 Ovpts on India set of 13, SG #52-63, Cat £75. 1948-49 Surcharges on GB Hi-Values 2r on 2/6d, 5r on 5/- & 10r on 10/-, SG #72-73a, Cat £73. (3) 1950-54 Surcharges on GB Hi-Values 2r on 2/6d, 5r on 5/- & 10r on 10/-, SG #90-92, Cat £104. (3)

$35 $65 $90

LATVIA $80 3634 ** 3635 ** 3636 ** 3637 **

A A1 1991 Arms 5(k) to 200(k), Mi #305-12, Cat €18. (8) $10 A A1 - 50(k) complete sheet, Mi #310, Cat €180. (100) $50 ITALY | Military - World War II Period A 1994 Winter Olympics set of 4+M/S, Mi #364-7,Block 4. (5) $6 3608 *F A1942 use of OAS military lettersheet, cancelled with ‘POSTA A 1993 Costumes M/S, Mi #block 3, Cat €26. $12 MILITARE/18.12.42.XVI/N. 550’ (A2 - Rhodes), to Palermo, ‘Verificato per censura’ tape at top, various censor handstamp LEBANON | Postal History tying tape. $25 3638 *V A1981 use of long stampless air cover to Fiji cancelled with 3609 *F A1944 use of German ‘Feldpost’ lettersheet, cancelled with ‘UNITED NATIONS/[logo]/25MAY1981/INTERIM FORCE IN ‘POSTA DA CAMPO/B/000-5-6.44/’ (A1 - FPO 82569-C), to LEBANON’, lightly creased at right $50 Bologna, ‘Verificato Censura’ tape at the base, various Italian LEEWARD ISLANDS handstamps on back. [From Italian forces serving with 1954 QEII set of 15, SG #126-40, Cat £60. $30 Germans.] $100 3639 * A 1945 use of stampless WWII Prisioner of War Letter Sheet from 3610 *F A LEEWARD ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards POW Camp No 208 Naples to Diso (backstamp 7 5 45) with oval 1926 1d violet on buff, HG #10. $25 ‘U.S. ARMY/PW/RELEASED’ (B1) in red. $40 3640 *** A 3641 *** A - 1d+1d violet on buff, HG #13. $25 JAMAICA 3611 F A 1956-58 QE II Pictorials set to 10/-, SG #159-73, Cat £33. (15) $30 LIECHTENSTEIN | First Day Covers 3642 *V A1958 Trees set of 3 on Balzers registered FDC, Mi #371-3, Cat €26, some mild creasing. $8 JAMAICA | Postal History 3612 *F A1940s use of stampless air cover, cancelled with violet straightLUXEMBOURG line ‘POSTAGE PAID’ (A1), to England, endorsed “VIA TRANS1865-75 Rouletted Arms 1c brown-orange, SG #22, Cat £55, ATLANTIC”, blue octagonal ‘[crown]/PASSED/D/2’ (A1) on face. $80 3643 F C thin at TRC, some toning. $4 3644 F C - 1c red-orange, SG #23, Cat £11, toned $5 JAPAN 1874-79 Arms 5c yellow, imperf, SG #43a, with partial 1876 3613 ** A A1 1896 2s red Prince Kitashirakawa marginal example. $50 3645 V A cancellation. [Scott lists this as a probable essay with used value 3614 * A A1 - 2s red Prince Arisugawa. $35 US$1,000.] $350 JAPAN | Postal Stationery - Wartime MACAU 1940’s Gunji Yubin in Box printed in brown-red, HG #, 3615 *F A3646 ** A 1986 Ameripex musical instruments M/S, SG #629, Cat £200. $125 cancelled with ‘U.S. ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/AUG/13/ 1945/A.P.O.’ (A1), with boxed ‘PASSED BY/U/19307/S/ARMY EXAMINER’ (B1), some light toning, small scratch on reverse. $6 MADAGASCAR (French) 3647 ** B 1948 Adelie Land Ovpt 100f, SG #319, staining TRC, Cat £28. $10 1940’s Illustrated Gunji Yubin in Box coloured PPC of close 3616 *F Aview of village market, CTO cancelled with ‘U.S. ARMY POSTAL MADAGASCAR (French) | Postage Dues SERVICE/AUG/13/1945/A.P.O.’ (A1) with boxed ‘PASSED 3648 V A 1896-97 Overprints on France 50c violet, SG #D22. $5 BY/U/19307/S/ARMY EXAMINER’ (B1), minor faults $5 MADAGASCAR (French) | Diego Suarez JERSEY 3649 F A/B 1892 ‘DIEGO-SUAREZ ET DEPENDENCES’ 4c (thinned), 5c, 3617 ** A A1 1969 Pictorials set of 15, SG #15-29, Cat £16. $15 20c & 30c, SG #40,41,44,46, Cat £60. (4) $30 KENYA | Military - World War II Period MADAGASCAR (French) | Nossi-Bé 1943 use of captured & trimmed postcard, cancelled with 3618 *F B 3650 F A-/B 1892 Peace & Commerce 1c, 2c, 4c, 10c, 25c & 1f, SG #1double-circle ‘P.O.W./19NOV43/E.A.C.’ (B2), to Torino, 3,5,8,13, all with faults. (6) $10 redirected on arrival, also bearing boxed ‘P/W MIDDLE/EAST. 188’ (A1) in purple, partial circular German censorship MADAGASCAR (French) | Ste. Marie de Madagascar handstamp, partial Torino arrival handstamp, circled ‘Aa’ (A2) in 3651 * A1894 Peace & Commerce 1c to 5c & 20c, SG #1-4,8, Cat £27, black & boxed ‘4314’ (A1) in red. $90 hinge remainders and odd addhesion. (5) $20 KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA 3619 ** A A1 1938-54 Pictorials 50c purple & black part imprint single, P13x12½, dot removed in left scroll, SG #144ea, Cat £25.

$20

MALAGASY REPUBLIC 3652 F A 1988 Primates in Peril set on WWF FDCs. (4)

$4


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MALAYA | Straits Settlements 3653 G A C2

1855 India Used in Singapore 8a carmine on blue glazed paper, SG #Z69, Cat £40, cancelled with Indian ‘B/172’ (C1).

MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3654 *F A-

1923 KGV Flap to Front 10c dark blue on cream, size G, HG #C6, uprated with 1c (faults). 5c x2 & 6c for postage to USA, cancelled at Singapore on 4AU/1926, couple of blobs of wax on face.

MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal History 3655 *F A

3656 *V A-

1910 use of 3c red on M.J. Penang PPC of ‘Chinese Palace, Penang’, cancelled with double-circle ‘EASTERN & ORIENTAL HOTEL/B/OC15/1910/PENANG’ (A2 - rated 200 by Proud), to Victoria, Australia. 1929 use of KGV 6d deep claret (SG #200a) cancelled with ‘MALACCA/730AM/25SE/1929’ (A2), triangular ‘BS’ (A1+ Bristol) arrival on face.

MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Flight Covers 3657 *F A-

1941 1st Flight Singapore-Guam with PAA cachet in blue, on Pan Am cover franked with 50c black on emerald & 5c brown cancelled by ‘SINGAPORE/PM/6MY/1941 - DON’T WRITE/ ABOUT SHIPS’ (A1) machine & bearing triangular ‘PASSED FOR/TRANSMISSION/95’ (A1) in purple, backstamped with ‘GUAM./MAY/14/7PM/1941/GUAM.’ (A1+), dented left corners.

MALAYA | British Military Administration | Postal History 1948 (Aug 21) use of 10c & 25c on air cover from Singapore to 3658 * AMelbourne. MALAYA | Malaysia | Postmarks 3659 * A- B1

Bumbong Lima: skeleton ‘BUMBONG LIMA/22MY73/*/PULAU PINANG’ on commercial cover. Opened 26/3/1973.

MALAYAN STATES | Pahang | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3660 *F A

1955 6c grey on grey, size b, HG #9, cancelled with ‘BENTONG/ 4JUL57-945AM’ (A1).

MALAYAN STATES | Perak 3661 *

A B1

1935-37 Sultan Iskander $5 green & red on emerald perf ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #102s.

MALTA | Postal History 3681 *F A1940 use of ½d green KGVI x3 on cover to UK, cancelled at Valletta on MY23/40, violet triangular ‘No. 33/[PAS]SED BY $30 CENSOR’ (A2) on face. 1947 3d & 1/- on air cover to Melbourne. 3682 * A - (Nov 22) 1d & 1/6d on registered air cover to Melbourne. 3683 * A 3684 * A 1948 solo use of 1d green Self Government on cover to Melbourne.

3663 *F A-

1939 use of 8c grey, cancelled with double-circle ‘PARIT BUNTAR/10AM/15AP/1939/F.M.S.’ (A1-) on cover to Welland, Canada, slight toning at top edge. - 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 | Selangor 3664 ** A

1957-61 Pictorial complete set of 12 plus additional 50c & $2 perf varieties, SG #116-27a, Cat £45. (14)

MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postal History 3665 *F A 3666 *V A

1956 Forces air cover to GB, from member HQ Malaya Command. 1957 use of 5c bright violet on Radio Malaya card, cancelled with ‘TANJONG KARANG/28MAY57 1145A/SELANGOR’ (A1).

MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postmarks 3667 * A A2

Sungai Chua: ‘SUNGAI CHUA/1NO79/*/SELANGOR’, cancelling 10c butterfly on plain cover to KL.

MALDIVE ISLANDS 3668 V A B1 1933 Wmk Harrison 5c claret, wmk sideways, SG #13B, Cat £32. 3669 ** A B1 1966 Definitives complete set, SG #174-88, Cat £60. (15) MALI 3670 ** A 3671 ** A MALTA 3672 *

A

3673 * A A1 3674 * A A1 3675 * A A1 3676 * A- A1 3677 * A 3678 F A

1985 15th Anniv. of Cultural & Technical Co-Op. Agency 540fr, SG #1076. 1985 International Youth Year set of 3, SG #1077-9. 1899-1901 Pictorials ¼d brown wmk crown to left of CA & ¼d red-brown, SG #31,31a, Cat £. - 4d sepia, SG #32, Cat £23. - 5d vermilion, SG #33, Cat £45. - 2/6d olive-grey, SG #34, Cat £45. - 10/- blue-black, SG #35, minor gum disturbance, Cat £100. 1938-43 KGVI Pictorials set of 21, SG #217-31, Cat £70. 1956-58 QEII Pictorials set to 5/-, SG #266-80.

MALTA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3679 *F A1884 QV 1d carmine on buff, HG #1, cancelled with ‘MALTA/C/ FE27/95 - A25’ (B2), minor crease. 1902-06 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #6, cancelled with oval 3680 *F A ‘VALLETTA/6 AM 21OC07/MALTA’ (A1).

$10

| Military - World War I Period $50 MALTA * 1918 use of printed POW lettersheet from Dr Bruhl, Physician to 3685 F C the Red Cross, New Verdala Camp writing to his mother in Berlin, cancelled with violet triple-oval ‘FREE FROM PRISONER OF WAR/PC/1/MALTA’ (B1) on face over-struck with violet ‘Freigegeben/Auslandstelle Cöln-Deutz’ (C1). The message is dated 8/8/1918 from the camp and then later endorsed “Dr Bruhl $50 left for Germany via England 30/8/18 Censor”, part of lettersheet missing and bottom separated from top. $175 $25 MARTINIQUE 3686 F B

$30

$7

1859-65 Eagle 80c rose 3½-margins, Cat €90, cancelled with ‘MQ[E]’ of Martinique, couple of small thins.

$25

MAYOTTE 3689 F A B1

1892 Peace & Commerce 1c to 20c, SG #1-7, Cat £45. (7)

$40

1892 Peace & Commerce 1c (thinned), 2c, 4c, 10c & 20c (thinned), SG #1-3,5-6, 10c & 20c used. (5)

$10

1933-37 Pictorials 10f blue, Mi #135, Cat €100.

$50

MONACO 3691 F A A1

MONACO | Maximum Cards 3692 *F A 1947 Roosevelt 50c tied to real Photo PPC of President Roosevelt examing his Stamp Collection, this photo was used $12 for the design of the stamp tied by Monte Carlo cancel 26 Juin 47, nice card. $80

$25

MAURITIUS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3687 *** A1878 25c violet on thick white wove paper size complete, HG #B10. 1882 8c milky blue (oxidized to grey) on thick white paper, HG 3688 *** B #B13.

$15 MOHÉLI 3690 */F A/A-

MONTSERRAT 3693 ** A 3694 ** A

MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal History 3662 *V A-

$25 $15 $20

1981 Royal Wedding 90c, $3 & $4 sheetlets, SG #510b,512b,514b. 1987 Sharks set of 4 in BLC singles, SG #719-22, Cat £11.

$6

$40

$10 $8

MONTSERRAT | Postmarks 3695 * A B2 Cudjoe Head: ‘CUDJOE HEAD/*/JY3/71/MONTSERRAT’ on 15c Bird on Hinchcliffe cover to England. $6 $10 3696 * A A1 St. Peters: ‘ST.PETERS/*/AU13/66/MONTSERRAT’ on 1c, 2c, 3c & 4c fruit to Canada. $6 $15 MOROCCO AGENCIES 3697 * A A1 Spanish Currency: 1914-26 Seahorses 6p on 5/- rose-carmine Waterloo Printing, SG #136, Cat £32. $30 3698 * A A1 - 12p on 10/- indigo-blue Waterloo Printing, SG #138, Cat £100. $100 $40 3699 * A 1925-34 French Currency 50c to 1f50, SG #207-11, Cat £49. (5) $35 3700 * A A1 1935-37 French Currency 15c on 1½d red-brown, SG #218. $5 $4 $6

MOZAMBIQUE 3701 ** A

1989 Filigree Workmanship in Silver set of 6 in strips of 3, SG #1241-6.

NATAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3702 S A A2 1: Barred Box of Pietermaritzburg on 1887 2d olive-green. $5 NAURU 3703 * 3704 * 3705 ** $30 3706 ** $70 3707 ** 3708 ** 3709 ** $4 $5 3710 ** 3711 **

A A A A A A A A1 A A

1923 KGV Centre Ovpts set SG 13-16. (4) 1954-65 Pictorials set of 9, SG #48-56, Cat £14. 1968 Republic Overprint complete set excl 15c, SG #80-93. 1973 Pictorials set of 14, SG #99-112. 1978-79 Scenes set of 17, SG #174-90, Cat £14. 1979 Year of the Child se-tenant strip of 5 SG 211a. 1982 Ocean Thermal Energy set of 4 x4, SG #263-6, in near complete sheets with se-tenant value pairs & extensive marginal illustrations, missing top row & selvedge only. 1984 Life in Nauru set of 12, SG #303-14. (12) 191991 Flowers set of 12, SG #391-402.

$12 NEPAL $20 3712 ** A B1 1949 Pictorials set of 9, SG #64-72, Cat £80 $40 NETHERLANDS $40 3713 F A A3 1891-94 Wilhelmina 2g50 ultramarine & rosine P11½x11, SG $60 #161, odd short perf, Cat £200. $30 3714 * A A1 1920 Surcharges 2.50 on 1895 10g red-orange, SG #236, Cat $10 £225. 3715 * A A1 - 2.50 on 1913 10g orange-vermilion, SG #237, Cat £225. 3716 V A A1 - 2.50 on 1913 10g orange-vermilion, SG #237, Cat £170. $12 NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1873-74 Wilhelm III 5c blue with top line 94mm long, HG #4a. 3717 ** A $10 3718 *** A 1877-79 New Design No Border 2½c+2½c violet on buff, text on sides 1 & 4, HG #10a. 1901 New Arms 5c+5c carmine on pale pink, HG #26. 3719 *** A

$5 $5 $85 $10 $3 $5 $10 $2 $6 $10 $6 $70

$100 $200 $200 $150 $23 $65 $5


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 NETHERLANDS | Postal History 3720 *F B 1917 use of 5c rose, cancelled with light Amsterdam doublecircle of 28.10.17, on coloured PPC of ‘S.S. JAN PIETERSZ. COEN.’ to a military unit in Zeeland, readdressed back to Amsterdam, with straight-line ‘PAQUEBOT’ (A1) in purple, double-circle ‘RILLAND/19XII17.4-5?/* * *’ (A1-), double-circle ‘VELDPOST/19XII17.12-1V/*12*’ (A1-) & ‘W *’, mild toning, some edge wear. $125 1938 (Feb 7) use of 7½c Wilhelmina & Air 70c & 80c on air cover 3721 * B to Melbourne, endorsed ‘17gram’, faults. $20 - (Feb 7) use of 13g05 (2½c, 12½c, 15c & Air 75c, 4½g & 7½g) 3722 * B on air cover to Melbourne, endorsed ‘234gram’ and ‘DRUKWERK’ (printed matter), faults. Very high rate $100 3723 * A- (Apr 6) use of 27½c & 40c Wilhelmina on air cover to Melbourne, small faults. $10 - (Mar 28) use of 7½c Wilhelmina & Air 40c & 75c on air cover to 3724 * B Melbourne, endorsed ‘10gr’, faults. $20 - (Apr 4) use of Wilhelmina 15c & 20c on registered cover to 3725 * AMelbourne, small faults. $10 3726 * A- (May 20) use of 27½c Wilhelmina & 40c Air on air cover to Melbourne, endorsed ‘5g’, small faults. $10 - (Mar 7) use of 40c Air on air cover to Melbourne, endorsed 3727 * A‘7gr’, small faults. $10 - (Sep 28) use of 12½c Coronation pair & 40c Air on cover to 3728 * AMelbourne, heavy creases. $20 NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal History 3729 *F C 1940 use of 15c & 40c, cancelled with ‘BATAVIA/5.12.40 18/’ on cover to Cairo, double-boxed violet bi-lingual ‘61/POSTAL CENSOR’ (A1) on face, original censor tape at left overlaid by Egyptian ‘OPENED BY CENSOR’ tape, opened roughly and repaired. 3730 *F A1941 use of 80c vermilion, cancelled with double-circle ‘SOERABAJA/4 10 41 14/X X X’, on Erdmann & Sielcken air cover to New York, USA, sealed at left with ‘[DOOR] CENSUUR | DIBOEKA’ tape with triple-circle ‘NED. IND. DEVIEZEN INSTITUUT/DEVIEZEN/CENSUUR/SOERABAJA/1’ (A1-), also bearing ‘NEDERLAND/[shield]/ZAL HERRUZEN’ (B1) in purple plus circled ‘D’ & circled ‘3’ handstamps in purple, small closed tear just left of stamp. 3731 * A1948 (Aug 11) use of 5c Buffalo x2 & 50c claret on air cover from Batavia to Melbourne, endorsed ‘BATAVIA-BRISBANE AND/ ONWARD AIR TRANSMISSION’, minor faults. - (Aug 21) use of 40c green on air cover from Batavia to 3732 * AMelbourne, tear at left. 3733 * A- (Sep 15) use of 10c scarlet & 30c grey on air cover from Batavia to Melbourne, minor faults. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Flight Covers 3734 *F A 1928 Batavia - Amsterdam 1½g red & 40c orange air opts with 40c green, cancelled with ‘TAROETOENG/1.11.28.10-11V’ (A1) on cover with Taroetoeng reg label, backstamped with doublecircle ‘BREDA/17XI4V/8/1928’ (A1-). NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postmarks 3735 S A A2 Ampenan: squared-circle ‘AMPENAN/11/11/1895’ in blue on 1880s 2c Numerals. 3736 S A A2 Soerakarta: squared-circle ‘SOERAKAR[TA]/16/2/1899’ on 1880s 2c Numerals.

3750 * 3751 *

A B1 A B1

3752 W A B1 3753 */** A 3754 */** 3755 * 3756 */** 3757 * 3758 */** 3759 */**

A A A A A A/A-

3760 *

A A1

3761 F A C1 3762 * 3763 * 3764 * 3765 * 3766 G

A B1 A B1 A A1 A B1 A A1

3767 F A A1 3768 V A A1 3769 **/* A B1 3770 **/* A/A-

$65 3771 **/* A A1 3772 * A 3773 **/* A A1 $70 3774 **/* A A1 $10

3775 *

$10

3776 F A C1 3777 **/* A A1

$10

A B1

3778 ** A A1 3779 * $75

B B1

3780 ** A B1 3781 *

A-

$20

3782 ** A A1

$8

3783 ** A A1

NEW CALEDONIA 3737 ** A 1989 Bicentenary of French Revolution & Philex France Exhib. set of 3 of pairs with exhibition emblems, SG #.

$8

NEW GUINEA | German (Deutsch) New Guinea | Postmarks 3738 * A B1 Stephansort: ‘STEPHENSORT/28\/11/07/*’ on 5pf green Postal Card, no message.

$20

3784 ** A B1 3785 ** A A1 3786 ** A A1

NEW GUINEA | ‘G.R.I.’ Overprints | Official Stamps 3739 V B

1915 ‘OS’ on Yachts 1d on 5pf green, SG #O2, small thin and repaired TRC, Cat £140, 1915 use in Nauru.

3787 ** A A1 $80

3788 ** A A1

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1895-97 Second Sideface QV 1/- red brown P10x11, SG #235. 1882-1900 Inscribed Postage & Revenue 4d bluish green P11, SG #241a. 1895-1900 Second Sideface QV 6d brown P11, SG #243, mint no gum. 1898 Pictorials ½d purple-slate block of 6 (2 MUH), SG #246b, Cat £51++. - 1d blue & brown block of 4 (2 MUH), SG #247d, Cat £28++. - 2d lake block of 4, SG #248, Cat £140+. - 2½d ‘WAKITIPU’ block of 4 (1 MUH), SG #249, Cat £44++. - 2½d ‘WAKATIPU’ block of 4, SG #250, Cat £180++. - 3d yellow-brown block of 4 (2 MUH), SG #251, Cat £104++. - 8d indigo block of 4 (2 MUH), SG #255, hinged pair with minor faults, Cat £240++. 1899-1903 Thick Soft Paper No Wmk 6d deep green P11, SG #264. 1907-08 Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14x13½ 3d brown, SG #378, Cat £35. 1909-16 KEVII 3d chestnut SG 389. - 6d carmine SG 392. - 8d indigo blue SG 393. - 1/- vermilion SG 394. 1915-30 KGV Wmk Single NZ/Star 1/- vermilion block of 4 P14x14½, SG #430c, Auckland Parcels cancel of 1933. 1931 Health Smiling Boys set SG 546-7. 1936-42 Wmk Multi NZ/Crown 4d black & sepia, Mitre Peak, Line P14, SG #583c, Cat £100. 1938 Health 1d+1d scarlet block of 4, SG #610, Cat £20+, 2 units mtd. 1940 Centenary of Proclamation plate no blocks of 4, ½d 1L, 1d E2, 1½d C2 (margin faults), 2d D4, 3d B2 & 9d B1, plus 10d Surcharge A2, SG #613-8,624,662, 1d hinged others MUH or hinged in margin, C&P Cat NZ$500+, key 9d fine MUH. 1947-52 KGVI Definitives 2/- brown-orange & green marginal block of 6, SG #688 (CP #M15b) flaws on units 12/3 & 13/1 both retouched CP #MFV15b(e). 1953-9 QEII set to 10/- excl 1/9d, SG #723-36, Cat £95. 1953-59 QEII Definitives 1½d brown-lake, SG #725, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘11’, 1 unit hinged. - 9d brown & bright green, SG #731, in BRC block of 4 with plate number green ‘1B’, brown ‘1B’, 2 units hinged. - 1/- black & carmine horizontal counter-coil pair ‘9’ reading up, SG #732, CP #NC5(b). - 1/- black & carmine Die II, SG #732b, CP #N10b. 1958 Surcharges 2d on 1½d lake-brown, 4¼mm dot, SG #763, part sheet of 110 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no ‘9’. 1960 Westland Centennial 2d green, SG #778, BLC block of 6 with Harrison imprint. 1960-66 Pictorials ½d part booklet pane (4 units) with number ‘1’ (C&P #W8cY), adhesions on back. 1960-66 Definitives 3d Kowhai, ordinary paper, SG #785, in BLC block of 8 with DLR imprint & plate numbers ‘2126’ 1964 Health 3d+1d Penguin sheetlet, SG #823b, small fault in top margin, Cat £24. 1967 Decimal Currency 7c Rata, SG #853, BRC block of 6 with plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A’, C&P #OD9a, Cat NZ$25. - 7c Rata, SG #853, BRC block of 6 with plate numbers ‘1B1B1B1B’, C&P #OD9a, Cat NZ$25. 1968 Maori Bible 3c BLC blocks of 6 x3, SG #883, with DLR imprints & plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A1A’, ‘1B1B1B1B1B’ & ‘2A2A2A2A2A’. 1970-76 Definitives No Wmk 23c Egmont National Park, SG #929, BLC block of 4 with Enschedé imprint & plate numbers ‘111’, C&P #P16a, Cat NZ$45. - $1 Geothermal Power, SG #933, BRC block of 4 with Courvoisier imprint & plate numbers ‘2111’, C&P #P20a, Cat NZ$100. 1973-76 Definitives 10c Arms, SG #1017, BLC block of 6 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘2A2A2A4A’. 1976 Christmas 11c Plate ‘1B1B1B1B1B1B’ block of 6, SG #1130, (CP #SC17b6, Cat $15).

NEW GUINEA | ‘N.W./PACIFIC/ISLANDS’ Overprints 3740 * A C1 1915-16 KGV Single Wmk 5d brown (a), SG #72, with break in bottom frame etc [1L3] $15 NEW ZEALAND | Official Stamps 3741 * A A1 1918-23 Kangaroos 3rd Wmk 2½d indigo SG 107. $15 3789 * A B1 1907-11 Pictorials 2/- Milford Sound Optd Official SG O66. 3742 * A B1 - 6d greyish ultramarine pair, SG #110a, retail $180. $120 3790 * A B1 1936-61 Multiple Wmk 3d brown, SG #O125, Cat £48. NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues 3743 F A B1 3744 F A B1

1925-28 Village ½d orange, SG #125. 1931 Dated Birds Overprinted ‘AIR/MAIL’ 3d blue, SG #167.

$5 $4

NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues | Postal History 3745 * A

1939 (Feb 10) Bank of New South Wales airmail cover to Switzerand franked with undated Birds 1d, 2d, 6d & 1/- tied by Salamua datestamps, Townsville (Qld) transit backstamp. $100

NEW HEBRIDES (British) 3746 * A 1957 Pictorials set of 11, SG #84-94, Cat £15. NEW HEBRIDES (French) | Postage Dues 3747 F A B1 1925 DLR Opts 1fr (10d) carmine on blue block of 9, SG #FD57, Cat £27, CTO. NEW ZEALAND 3748 F A C2 3749 W A B1

1864-67 Wmk Star Perf 12½ 2d pale blue (worn), SG #113, Cat £28, cancelled with ‘15’ of Turakina?. 1878 Sideface QV 6d blue P12x11½, SG #183, mint no gum.

$8

NEW ZEALAND | Postal Fiscals 3791 F A A1 1931-40 Arms Cowan Paper 1/3d Lemon . 3792 ** A- B1 - 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. 3793 F A A1 - 15/- sage-green . 3794 * A B1 1940 Surcharges ‘3/6’ on 3/6d grey-green, Cat #F187, MLH, Cat £75. 3795 * A B2 - ‘5/6’ on 5/6d lilac, Cat #F188, MLH, Cat £130. 3796 * A B1 - ‘11/-’ on 11/-yellow, Cat #F189, MLH, Cat £225. 3797 F A A1 1940-58 Arms Wmk Mult NZ/Star 30/- brown. 3798 F A A1 - £2 bright purple. 3799 * A B1 - £2 bright purple, Cat #F206, MLH, Cat £170.

NEW ZEALAND | Revenues 3800 F A A1 1940-58 Arms: £35 red fiscally used. 3801 F A A1 - £35 green fiscally used. 3802 F A A1 - £40 Pink with overprint fiscally used. 3803 F A A1 - £45 light blue with overprint fiscally used. $20 3804 F A A1 - £50 grey with overprint fiscally used. $50 $25

$80 $60 $40 $40 $25 $120 $40 $160 $90 $150 $100 $28 $30 $45 $20 $100 $6 $185 $80 $4

$100 $65 $45 $10 $12 $20 $12 $10 $4 $8 $15 $15 $10 $10 $6 $25 $50 $5 $6 $150 $30 $40 $100 $40 $20 $40 $120 $150 $50 $120 $40 $40 $40 $40 $40


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NEW ZEALAND | Military - World War II Period NEW ZEALAND | Local Stamps 3838 A1945(C) NAAFI permit card enabling Repatriated Service 3805 V A 1899 Great Barrier Island 6d blue Triangle Pigeon Post with Personnel to purchase discounted chocolate & sugar confection. G.B.P.A. APR 10 04 cancel, scarce. $130

$20

NEW ZEALAND | Military Postmarks 3839 * 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.

$30

NEW ZEALAND | Postmarks 3840 D A- B2 Glenbrook: type J ‘GLENBROOK/1FE19 2/N.I’, on 3d brown registration envelope cut-out, small closed tear at BRC. [Rated 6] PO 16/11/1912; closed 30/4/1936.

$18

NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery 1907-09 New Zealand Post Office Telegraphs: Official 3806 *F ATelegraphs Christmas and New Year Card with view of ‘The Clinton River, near Glade House.’, with Caversham cds 24DE09, wee bit grubby but scarce item. NEW ZEALAND | First Day Covers 1936 Chamber of Commerce 1d red, cancelled with ‘EMPIRE 3807 *V A CONFERENCE/1.OC36.12.NOON/N.Z/CHAMBER OF COMMERCE’ (A2) on addressed cover. 3808 *F A 1963 2½d & 3/- QEII Officials on illustrated Official FDC, ‘CHRISTCHURCH NORTH/1MR63.2/N.Z’ (A1+) cds, ‘Abberley Approvals’ cachet addressed. NEW ZEALAND | Postal History 1904 inwards PPC from GB to Wellington with very fine double3809 *F A circle ‘TRAVG P.O. NEW PLYMOUTH/1/23FE/04/N.Z’ (A2+) on view side of card. 1936 (May 20) use of 3d & 1/- Pictorials & 6d Airmail on air cover 3810 *F Ato Germany. 3811 *V A1941 use of 4/- red arms, cancelled with ‘WAIPUKURAU/ 19NO41 9/NZ’ (B1), on plain cover to San Francisco, California, by air, sealed at left with ‘Opened by Censor in New Zealand.’ tape & bearing ‘PASSED BY CENSOR N.Z./162’ (B1) in purple, some mild creasing. 1947 (Oct 2) use of 5d Peace on air cover to Melbourne, small 3812 * Afaults. 3813 *F A 1963 use of 2½d & 3/- QEII Officials on plain FDC cancelled with ‘KOHUKOHU/1MR63.2./N.Z’ (A2), addressed to Kohukohu, Hokianga. NEW ZEALAND | Flight Covers 3814 *F A 1937 New Zealand - American Samoa Pan American Airways cover franked with 6d harvesting, cancelled with double-circle ‘AUCKLAND/28DE37.8PM/N.Z’ (A1) & bearing boxed ‘NEW ZEALAND - U.S.A./FIRST AIR MAIL/DECEMBER, 1937’ (A1) in red & double-boxed ‘FIRST AIR MAIL FLIGHT/PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS/NEW ZEALAND/-TO-/AMERICAN SAMOA’ (B1) cachet, NZAC #148a, backstamped ‘PAGO PAGO/JAN1/5PM/ 1938/SAMOA’ (A1) machine 1938 Auckland -San Francisco (Jan 2) cover to Northern 3815 *F A Island, with red cachet, 6d, 1/- & 3/- cancelled with ‘HAMILTON/ 28DE37.3/N.Z’. 3816 *F A 1940 (Jul 20) New Zealand - New Caledonia with 1/- Bird to Ohio, USA. 1940 (Jul 20) New Zealand - San Francisco with 6d & 3/3817 *F A Pictorials to Ohio, USA. 3818 *F A1940 New Zealand - USA airmail cover franked with 3/- Mt Egmont & 6d harvesting cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND C.1./10AM/ 19JUL/1940/N.Z’ machine, bearing boxed ‘NEW ZEALANDU.S.A./AIR MAIL SERVICE/VIA NEW CALEDONIA, CANTON IS./AND HAWAII’ (A1) in purple, NZAC #193e, backstamped with ‘SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF.3/JUL24/4PM/1940 - GOLDEN GATE/INTERNATIONAL/EXPOSITION/1940’ (A1) machine, some creasing to top edge NEW ZEALAND | Military - World War I Period 3819 B 1915 Leave Pass for 10 days (Theatre Pass) issued at Westham Camp to proceed to Weymouth. 3820 B 1915 Morning Sick Report for Trooper Baldwin, a bit fragile. 3821 A1915 Union Jack Club baggage receipt. 3822 A 1915 Wounded Soldier Letter from The High Commissioner of New Zealand to the soldier’s family. 3823 A1915(C) card issued to troops on arriving in London with map and details of service provided for NZ troops. 3824 A 1915(C) 3rd Class Railways Ticket Application for use from Weymouth to London. 3825 A1917 Leave Pass for 3 days issued at No 6 Sling to proceed to London, triple-oval ‘4TH (RES) BATTALION/AUCKLAND INFANTRY REGT’ on face. 3826 A 1917-18 Christmas & New Year Card crossed flags on face with photo of troops marching across a hillside. Fine condition. 3827 A 1918 Army Sugar Permit for a period of 6 days. 3828 A 1918 Christmas Card from the Otago regiment in France, attractive and unused. 3829 1918 Concert Program put on for troops on Aug 2nd 1918. 3830 A1918 Emergency Ration Card issued at West Ham, one section remaining. 3831 A1918 Notice of Discharge for Rifleman Barr. 3832 A- for Rifleman Barr, form letter which accompanied a parchment certificate. 3833 A1918 Privilege-Leave Certificate for 20 days. 3834 A 1918-19 Christmas & New Year Card green & red Tiki on face with photo of troops camping in a forest. Fine condition. 3835 A1919 Leave & Notice of Discharge Certificate for Bdr Wainwright of Wellington. 3836 B 1919 Leave or Duty Ration Book missing only one ration segment otherwise complete, triple-oval ‘N.Z. CONVALESCENT DISCHARGE DEPOT/11APR1919/TORQUAY’ on face. 3837 A1919 Leave Pass for 14 days issued at Sutton Coldfield to proceed to Inverness & London, triple-oval ‘D. GROUP N.Z. CAMP/11MAR1919/SUTTON COLDFIELD’ on face.

$75

$10

NEW ZEALAND | Antarctic Expeditions 3841 ** A B1 1910 Victoria Land 1d carmine, SG #A3, Cat £55.

$80 $40 NEWFOUNDLAND 3842 F A 1937 Coronation 4c carmine, SG #255. $4 3843 * A 1937 Additional Coronation complete set of 11 (P14 8c, 10c, 14c & 48c; P13½ 1c, 7c & 25c; P13 3c Die II, 15c, 20c & 24c), SG #257-67 group, Cat £131, plus 1937 Coronation set. $50 $50 3844 ** A B1 1937 Coronation Issue 1c grey P13½ with fish hook flaw [3/3] in block of 9, unit 2/1 with re-entry of right frame, SG #257db, $30 hinged in margin only, Cat £45++. $50 3845 **/* A B1 - 7c ultramarine P14 with re-entry at right [3/8] in block of 4, SG #259b, varietal unit lightly hinged, Cat £85+. $40 3846 ** A/A- 14c black P14 TRC block of 10 (2x5) five right units with various re-entries including re-entry of NEWFOUNDLAND $80 DOG and WF [3/10], unit 1/10 gum faults, hinged in margin only. $100 $10 3847 **/* A A1 - 20c green P13½ with extra chimney [6/5] in block of 4, SG #264ec, one non-varietal unit hinged, Cat £95+. $80 3848 **/* A 1938 Royal Family 2c, 3c & 3c in blocks of 4, SG #268-70, one unit in each block hinged, Cat £30. $20 $30 3849 **/* A - set of 4 in BRC blocks of 4, SG #268-71, one unit in each block hinged, Cat £34. $25 3850 **/* A 1939 Royal Visit 5c blue block of 4, SG #272, one unit hinged, Cat £13. $10 3851 **/* A 1939 Surcharges 2c on 5c block of 9, SG #273, one unit hinged, Cat £22.50. $10 3852 **/* A - 4c on 5c block of 9, central unit with CENTL flaw, SG #274a, one non-varietal unit hinged, Cat £61. $10 3853 ** A 1941 Labrador Mission 5c imprint block of 4, SG #275, hinged $60 in margin only. $4 3854 * A 1941-44 Pictorials Perf 12½ complete set of 14, SG #276-89, Cat £55. $25 $30 3855 ** A A1 - 48c red-brown BRC block of 4, SG #289, hinged in margin only Cat £20+, ‘1’ in margin. $15 $30 NEWFOUNDLAND | Revenues Inland Revenue: Caribou 10c (2), $1 (2), $2.50 (7) and $5 (9) $20 3856 * A totaling $64.70 affixed and cancelled by bars to 1960 Supreme Court document. Remarkable franking. $150 NIGER - Republic 3857 ** A 3858 ** A 3859 ** A $40 3860 ** A 3861 ** A 3862 ** A

1985 8th Niamey Festival set of 3 in strips of 3, SG #1027-9. 1985 Philex Africe ‘85, Lome pair with label, SG #1034-5. 1985 World Wildlife Fund set of 4, SG #1038-41. 1985 Mushrooms set of 5, SG #1059-63. 1989 Philex France ‘89 set of 2 in strips of 3, SG #1166-7. 1989 Bicentennial of French Revolution 250fr strip of 3, SG #1168.

$20 | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes $20 NIGERIA * 1923-37 3d blue on white ‘THOS. DE LA RUE & CO. PATENT’ $15 3863 F Aunder flap size G, HG #C2, uprated with KGV 2d grey, cancelled with oval ‘REGISTERED/2NO25/WARRI.NIGERIA’ (B2). $40 NIGERIA | Postal History $30 3864 *F A1944 use of 3d & 1/- on air cover to England, ‘P.C. 90/OPENED BY EXAMINER’ tape at left tied by violet octagonal ‘[crown]/ $20 PASSED/PP/14’. NIUE $20 3865 *

B B2

$40 $20

3866 * A 3867 ** A A1

$40 $10

3868 ** B A1 3869 * A

$20 $20

3870 *

$20 $20 $40 $20 $40 $20

A

$6 $3 $14 $7 $6 $4

$12

$25

1902 Wmk Single-Lined NZ and Star 1d carmine, no stop after ‘PENI’, SG #9c, toning around edges. $5 1911 KEVII Overprints set SG 17 - 19. (3) $10 1941-67 Postal Fiscals Wiggins Teape Paper Wmk NZ/Star 5/- green marginal example, SG #80, Cat £350. $450 - 10/- pale carmine lake SG 81, some tones. $60 1944-46 Pictorials Wmk Mult NZ/Star set of 9, SG #89-97, Cat £38. $15 1950 Pictorials set, SG #113-22, Cat £14. $7

NORFOLK ISLAND 3871 * A 1947-59 Ball Bay original paper set of 12, SG #1-12. 3872 V A - original paper CTO set of 12, SG #1-12. 3873 ** A A1 1960 Local Government 2/8d reddish purple, SG #40. 3874 ** A A1 1960 Christmas 5d SG 41. 3875 ** A 1966 Decimal Currency complete set including both types of 1c & $1, SG #60-71a. (14) 3876 ** A 1966 Ships complete set, SG #77-90, Cat £14. (14) 3877 ** A 1970-71 Birds complete set, SG #103-17, Cat £27. (15) 3878 * A A1 - 30c Fantail, SG #114. 3879 ** A 1973-75 Historic Buildings set of 16, SG #133-48. 3880 F A - set of 16, SG #133-48, Cat £13.50, cto. 3881 ** A 1974 UPU M/S, SG #162, Cat £20. 3882 ** A 1976-77 Butterflies complete set, SG #179-95. (17) 3883 ** A 1980-81 Aircraft set of 16, SG #236-51. (16) 3884 ** A 1984 Flowers set of 16, SG #318-33.

$9 $7 $5 $4 $12 $12 $30 $4 $6 $10 $20 $5 $12 $10


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 3885 ** A

1987-88 Scenes set of 16, SG #405-20, Cat £15, cto.

NORFOLK ISLAND | First Day Covers 1947 Ball Bay set to 2/- brown tied to two illustrated Registered 3886 *F A FDC’s by Norfolk Island cds 10JUN47. 1960 Christmas 5d tied to illustrated FDC by Norfolk Island cds 3887 *F A 21NO60. NORFOLK ISLAND | Postal History 3888 * A 1940 (Apr 23) use of ½d roo block of 4 on cover to JH Smyth, Sydney. 1940(C) cover to Sydney bearing 2d red KGVI tied by two part 3889 * A ‘NORFOLK ISLAND/AUST’ cds, framed ‘Passed by/Censor 3/ NORFOLK ISLAND’ cachet in violet. NORTH BORNEO 3890 G A C1 1894 Pictorials 3c olive-green & dull purple, SG #70. NORTHERN RHODESIA 3891 * A 1925-29 KGV 1½d to 6d, SG #1-7, Cat £28. NORTHERN RHODESIA | Postage Dues 3892 * A 1951 Ovpts on GB set of 4, SG #D1-4, Cat £20. NORTHERN RHODESIA | Postal History 3893 *F A1948 use of long stampless OHMS cover cancelled by ‘NAMWALA. N.R./6SEPB48’ addressed to the Animal Husbandry Offices, Mazabuka also bearing poor oval handstamp of same date, cover clipped open at right & with a strong vertical fold. NORWAY | Postal History 3894 *V A 1962 use of 20ø stamp centenary, cancelled with ‘VARBERGGRENAA/[ship]/7.7.62/EUROPAFERGEN’ (A1), on plain cover to Eatontown, New Jersey, with ‘TRE/LAND/I/EN/POST’ on map cachet (A1) in blue. NYASALAND | Postmarks 3895 S A C2 Cholo: ‘CHOLO/DE21/0?/B[C.A.]’ on BCA 1d. [Closed 1910 & rated 400 by Proud.] OBOCK 3896 *

A B1

1892 Peace & Commerce 40c reddish orange, SG #41, Cat £27.

ORANGE FREE STATE | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3897 S A B1 11: of Bethlehem on 1868 6d rose. 3898 S A- B2 17: of Ladybrand on 1871 6d rose. [Rated 100 by Putzel] 3899 S A B2 BE: of Bloemfontein on 1883 ½d. 3900 S A A2 Y: of Dewetsdorp on 1894 1d purple ORANGE RIVER COLONY | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3901 S A A2 1392: Boxed Numeral of Bloemfontein on ½d KEVII. 3902 S A A2+ 1396: Boxed Numeral of Bloemfontein on ½d KEVII. PAKISTAN 3903 ** A

1948 Independance set of 4, SG #20-23.

PAKISTAN | Postal History 3904 F A 1948 Registered commercial cover with 12anna Indian adhesive with two PAKISTAN handstamps in purple tied by Hall Road Peshawar cancel with HALL ROAD Registration label at left. nice Interim period cover. PALESTINE 3905 * A

1927-45 simplified set of all values to £P1, 4m, 7m, 8m, 13m are later shades, SG #90-111, Cat £64. (17)

PALESTINE | Postal History 1942 use of 50m deep dull purple & 10m grey, cancelled with 3906 *F A ‘TEL-AVIV/10AM/17FEB/1942’ machine, on air cover to New Barnet, Herts, GB. PAPUA 3907 F 3908 F 3909 F 3910 F 3911 F 3912 * 3913 * 3914 *

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

1911-15 Monocolour 1d pink SG 85. - 4d pale olive green SG 86. - 2/6d rose carmine SG 91. 1932-40 Pictorials short set to 6d, SG #130-7, Cat £36, ½d & 3d have slight hinge thins. (8) - 1½d black & lake Tree Houses, SG #132. 1932 Pictorials 2d red SG 133. - 3d black & blue SG 134. - 6d bistre brown SG 137.

PAPUA | Postal History 3915 *F C 1941 (Dec) inwards to “Misima via Samarai” from Port Pirie, red on white censor label from Adelaide (L4-4 - not a sub-type specified by Little) at left, tied by light censor diamond, boxed ‘A/ 17’ censor’s handstamp on face, opened roughly.

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$15 PAPUA | Postmarks 3918 D A Rabaul: 1d rose pink marginal pair cancelled with two very fine strikes of oval RABAUL NEW BRITAIN cancel MAY 17 1915 in violet. $100 $50 PAPUA NEW GUINEA $10 3919 * A 1952-58 Pictorials set of £1 excl 2/-, 9d MVLH, SG #1-15, Cat £82. (15) $80 3920 U A - set of £1 (rounded corner), excl 3½d black, SG #1-15, Cat £28. (15) $15 $120 3921 ** A A1 1952 Pictorials 10/- Map, SG #14. $35 3922 * A 1958-60 New Values set to 5/-, excl 5d, 2/5d hinged, SG #1824, Cat £19. $100 $10 3923 ** A A1 1964-65 Birds set of 11, SG #61-71, Cat £14. $15 3924 ** A A1 - 10/- optd ‘SPECIMEN’. $100 $6 3925 ** A 1967 New Industries 10c Pyrethrum, upper pane of 50, SG #114. $10 1968-69 Shells complete set, SG #137-51. (15) $25 $20 3926 ** A 3927 * A A1 - set of 15, SG #137-51, Cat £21, 60c has a small surface abrasion at top left corner. $14 $10 $16 3928 V A A1 - set, SG 137-51. (15) 3929 ** A A1 1970 Birds set of 4, SG #173-6. $5 3930 ** A 1973-74 Cultural set of 19, SG #241-59. $8 3931 ** A 1977-78 Headdresses set of 12, SG #318-29. $4 3932 ** A 1982-85 Corals set of 15, SG #438-52, Cat £20, includes 5k Raggiana Bird. $15 3933 ** A 1987-88 Ships complete set of 15, SG #543-57. $20 $25 3934 ** A 1991-93 Birds set of 19 includes 1992 ‘T’ set of 4, SG #636-50d. $35 3935 ** A 1994-95 Artifacts set of 10, SG #710-24. $8 3936 ** A 1995 Tourism Surcharges 65t on 60c Trekking with 65t missing in imprint block of 12, SG #751b. $15 $5

$40

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Booklets 3937 ** A 3938 ** A 3939 ** A

3941 V 3942 V 3943 ** 3944 V

A A A1 A A

1960 ‘POSTAL CHARGES’ Opt 1d to 3/- complete, SG #D2-6, Cat £48. (5) 1960 set CTO, SG #D2-6. (5) - set CTO SG D2-6. (5) 1960 Postal Charges 1d to 3/- complete, SG #D7-14. (8) - 1d to 3/- complete CTO, SG #D7-14. (8)

$10 $15 $10 $10 PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Revenues

3945 ** A 1989 Stamp Duty Surcharges: 5k on 25t Turtle. $5 PAPUA NEW GUINEA | First Day Covers $5 3946 *V A 1968 Human Rights & Sufferage set of 4 on unaddressed illustrated cover, cancelled with ‘MOUNT HAGEN/26FE68/ $4 PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’. 3947 *V A 1975 New Currency set of 5 on unaddressed illustrated FDC, cancelled with ‘NEW CURRENCY ISSUE/PORT MORESBY/ 21APRIL 1975’. 1976 Scouting & First Survey Flight set of 4 on unaddressed 3948 *V A illustrated FDC, cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 18.8.76. $45 1977 Silver Jubilee set of 3 on unaddressed illustrated FDC 3949 *V A cancelled with Port Moresby FDoI of 16.3.77. 3950 *F A 1978 Fauna Conservation - Skinks set of 4 on unaddressed $30 illustrated FDC cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY - PAPUA NEW GUINEA/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE[lizard]/25-JAN-1978’ (A1). 1977-78 Headdresses group of 6 - 1t, 5t, 15t, 25t, 30t & 40t on 3951 *F Aunaddressed illustrated FDC cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY·PAPUA NEW GUINEA/[Headdress Logo]/29.3.78/ $25 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1-), couple of tonespots. 3952 *F A 1979 Traditional Currency set of 4 on unaddressed illustrated FDC, cancelled with ‘PORT MORESBY/[logo]/6·6·1979/ $5 TRADITIONAL CURRENCY FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1). $20 $100 PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Commemorative Covers $26 $6 $15 $5 $10

3953 *V A A1 3954 *V A A1 3955 * A A1 3956 *V A

$40

$20 $12 $25

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postage Dues 3940 ** A

$18

1972 70c Constitution SG #SB4. 1971 70c Shell SG SB3. 1973 70c Telecom with advert for TAA SG SB5.

1973 Western District Show ‘WESTERN DISTRICT SHOW/ [map]/DARU·PNG 15·9·73’ on 7c Coastal Village on unaddressed souvenir cover. 1973 Morobe Show ‘MOROBE SHOW/[dancer]/LAE/PNG/2021/10/73’ on 7c Shell on unaddressed souvenir cover. 1974 Papuan Agricultural Show ‘PAPUAN AGRICULTURAL SHOW/[tractor]/15-16JUNE1974/PORT MORESBY’ on 10c Cassowary on unaddressed illustrated souvenir cover. 1974 Morobe Agricultural Show ‘MOROBE AGRICULTURAL SHOW/[plant & bull]/LAE·5-6/10/1974’ (A1) on 7c Village & 3c Wig Makers on unaddressed generic souvenir cover. 1975 Papuan Agricultural Show ‘PORT MORESBY/ [lakatoi]/14-15-16 JUNE 1975/PAPUAN AGRICULTURAL SHOW’ in purple on 10c Butterfly on unaddressed souvenir cover. 1975 Western Highlands Show ‘WESTERN HIGHLANDS SHOW/[man]/MT. HAGEN/1-3 AUG. 1975’ on 10t Coin on unaddressed illustrated souvenir cover.

3957 * A A1 PAPUA | Flight Covers 1935 cover flown Oroville to Daru franked with 3d Air Plane 3916 * A overprint tied by the signature of the officer in the police camp “Cecil Cowley”, pilot signed by “S Campbell”, a type-written and 3958 * A A1 signed endorsement on the reverse, arrival backstamp, AAMC #P95, only 117 flown, Cat $375. $250 3917 * A 1936 cover flown from Daru to Mt Blucher franked with 3d Air plane opt, 5-line type-written endorsement, signed by pilots PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postal History Archbold & Rogers, signed “Michael Healy” on reverse the officer-in-charge of police camp, AAMC #P104, Cat $200. $120 3959 F A 1947 long envelope for Burns Philp & Co to Lae with Australian KGVI 1/4d and 5½d Emu tied by Port Moresby cds 9SE47.

$80 $60 $85 $10 $20 $50

$5 $10 $5 $5 $6

$6 $6

$10 $10 $5 $10

$5 $5

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Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 1952 large piece of Official OHMS cover with extraordinary franking of 22/9d made up with 1/- Lyrebird two blocks of 10 and 12, 6d Kooka and 3d KGVI all tied to piece by Lae cds 17JU52. 1955 Commercial Airmail cover to Aden via Australia with fine Aden GPO cds 20 MY 55 on reverse.

4007 W A $65 $85

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postmarks 3962 * A 3963 * A A1 3964 * A A13965 * A A1 3966 * A A13967 * A A1 3968 * A A1 3969 * A A1 3970 * A A13971 * A B1

3972 * A A1 3973 * A A13974 * A A1

Abau: cover to Port Moresby with Australian adhesive tied by Abau cds 11MR 47. Arawa: ‘ARAWA/14SE71/T.P. & N.G.’ (G&H #AW-1, arcs 11½,10½) on 7c Fishing on cover to Flemington, Vic. PO 7/7/

1971.

Baimuru: ‘BAIMARU/7FE69/T.P. & N.G.’ on 5c Human Rights on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 27/2/1964. Buin: ‘BUIN/28JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 28/5/1949. 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. Kabwum: ‘KABWUM/19JA74/T.P. & N.G.’, on 7c Central Districts, on plain cover to Page, ACT, reduced at left. PO 11/2/ 1970.

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 purple. PO

20/5/1953.

- ‘KAINANTU/25JY69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Iko Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. Kairuku: ‘KAIRUKU/1JE70/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on 5c Butterfly on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 25/2/1946; closed 29/4/ 1991.

Keravat: ‘KERAVAT/28FE69/T.P.&N.G.’ on OHMS cover to North Balwyn, Vic. PO 8/9/1964. 3975 * 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. 3976 * A A1 Mount Hagen: ‘MOUNT HAGEN/25OC69/T.P.&N.G.’ on 5c Myth on cover to North Balwyn, Vic. 3977 * A A1 Port Moresby: ‘PORT MORESBY/22JY47/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on Australian ½d and 1d on local cover. 3978 D A A2+ Samarai: ‘SAMARAI/22OC52/PAPUA NEW GUINEA’ on ½d Roo & 6d Kookaburra. PARAGUAY 3979 ** A 3980 ** A 3981 ** A PENRHYN 3982 F A

4008 W A 4009 W A 4010 W A 4011 W A

$50 $10

4012 W 4013 W 4014 W 4015 *

A A A A-

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

PORTUGAL | Postal History 4016 * B 1948 (Feb 13) use of 1$75 Magellan & Caravel $50 & 2$50 pair on air cover to Melbourne, faults 4017 * A- (Apr 16) use of 2$50 Caravel x3 on air cover to Melbourne, small faults. - (Jul 29) use of Caravel $10, $15,2$00 & 2$50 x2 on air cover 4018 * Ato Melbourne, small faults. - (Aug 8) use of Caravel $50, 1$75 & 2$50 pair on air cover to 4019 * AMelbourne, small faults.

$10 $5 $5 $5 $5 $15 $1 $3 $30

$15 $15 $15 $15

PORTUGUESE INDIA | Postal History 1939 use of 6r green & 2t orange, cancelled with ‘CORREIOS & 4020 *F A $5 TELEGRAFOS/ES AD/DA/INDIA/14DEZ.39/MARDOL’ (A2) & double-circle ‘CORREIO/14DEC.3920/NOVA-GOA’ (A1), to England, with ‘[arms] OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in red. $100 4021 * A1948 use of 7½t, 9t & 11t Airs on air cover to Australia, minor $12 faults. $80 - use of 2½t, 7t & 11t pair Airs on air cover to Australia, minor 4022 * A$8 faults. $80 4023 * A- (Jul 28) use of 1t, 4½t (wrinkled) & 11t x2 Air on air cover to Australia, minor faults. $80 $6 QATAR $15 $4 4024 ** A A1 1967 Ships set of 6, SG #222-7, Cat £13.5. $10 $5

RHODESIA 4025 * A- B1

$25

4026 F A B1 4027 F A A2

$30

4028 F B B4 4029 F A A1

1985 International Youth Year 25g M/Sheet. 1986 40th Anniv. of United Nations O/Print 25g M/Sheet. 1985 Congreso Mundial De Ajedrez - Graz 25g M/Sheet.

1953-71 Knight set excl 2E30 & 2E50 olive-green, SG #107993, MNG, Cat £100. (15) 1953 St Martin set of 2, SG #1094-5, MNG, Cat £22.50. 1953 Gomes Fernandez set of 2, SG #1096-7, MNG, Cat £21.50. 1953 Portuguese Automobile Club set of 2, SG #1098-9, MNG, Cat £22.20. 1953 Princess St. Joan set of 2, SG #1100-1, MNG, Cat £23.75. 1953 Stamp Centenary set of 8, SG #1102-9, MNG, Cat £140. 1954 Trade Secretariat set of 2, SG #1110-1, MNG, Cat £5.10. 1954 Education set of 4, SG #1112-5, MNG, Cat £95. 1955 Portuguese Kings set of 9, SG #1122-30, some gum faults, Cat £60.

1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 14 3d black & deep yellow (closer to orange than deep yellow), SG #221, with Beta break, 1 toned perf. - 3d black & deep yellow, SG #221, with Printer’s Mark. 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die III Perf 14 Cream Paper 2/- black & brown, SG #273, Cat £15. - 3/- chestnut & light blue, SG #274b, Cat £160, with printer’s mark, small tear at top & small water stain. 1971 Granite ‘71 complete set of 4, SG #465-8.

$4 $4 RHODESIA & NYASALAND $4 4030 V A A1 1962 London - Rhodesia Airmail set of 3, SG #40-2. RUMANIA 4031 ** A 1985 International Youth Year 10l M/sheet, SG #4920.

$60 $10 $15 $50 $5 $4

$4 1903 Surcharges set of 5 incl all three 1/- shades, SG #14-16b, Cat £235. $200 RUSSIA - IMPERIAL | Postal History 3983 * A 1914-15 KEVII Ovpts set of 3 plus ½d vermilion opt, SG #19-23, 4032 *F A 1892 use of 7k blue on buff (H&G #B42) envelope uprated with Cat £60. (4) $50 3k red & 10k blue, cancelled with poor 16 Jan 1892 cds, backstamped with ‘S. REMO/|/2·92/7?/??MAURIZ?’ (B2). $80 PITCAIRN ISLANDS 4033 *F A1919 use of 15k Arms pair cancelled on 14.2.19 on cover to 3984 * A 1940-51 Pictorials complete set of original issue (no 4d & 8d), USA, ‘Opened/by/Censor No 4.’ tape at left tied by indistinct SG #1-8, Cat £14, ½d has cross perf guide in TLC. (8) $6 censor handstamp. $120 3985 * A 1957-63 QEII Pictorials complete set, excl 2nd 4d, SG #18-28, Cat £48. (11) $20 RUSSIA - Federal Soviet Republic (1917-23) 3986 *** A 1957-63 QEII Definitives 4d carmine-red & deep ultramarine, 4034 G A/A1922 5th Anniversay 25r pelure paper block of 8 used, SG types I & II in complete sheets 60, SG #23,23aa, Cat £264. $200 #281b, not catalogued used (cat £1,040+ mint), odd faults 3987 * A A1 1963 Freedom From Hunger 2/6d ultramarine SG 32. $20 consistant with use on parcel, 1 unit thinned, postmarked 3988 * A A1 1971 Polynesian Pitcairn set of 4, SG #116-9. $4 14.12.22 at Petrograd, rare. $220 3989 ** A 1977-81 Definitives set of 13, SG #174-84. $4 3990 ** A 1978 Bounty Day Miniature sheet, SG #188. $5 RWANDA 1988 Primates, Nyungwe Forest set of 4, SG #1316-9. $6 3991 ** A A1 1982 Christmas set SG 230-3. (4) $3 4035 ** A 3992 ** A 1984 Fish set of 13, SG #246-58. $5 3993 ** A A1 1985 View of the Village unissued $2 1835 error for 1825. $150 ST. KITTS-NEVIS | Nevis 1981 Royal Wedding 55c, $2 & $5 sheetlets, SG #72a,74b,76b. $5 3994 ** A A1 1986 Turtles set of 4, SG #281-4. $7 4036 ** A 3995 ** A 1987 Ships set of 4, SG #296-9. $4 ST. KITTS-NEVIS | St. Kitts 3996 ** A 1988 Ships set of 12, SG #315-26. $10 4037 ** A 1981 Royal Wedding 55c, $2.50 & $4 sheetlets, SG 3997 ** A 1990 50th Anniversay of Stamps set of 5, SG #380-4. $5 #75b,77b,79b. $5 3998 ** `A 1995 Birds complete set of 12, SG #462-73. $12 3999 ** A 2000 Flowers complete set of 12, SG #564-75, Cat £30. $20 ST. HELENA 4038 * A 1953-59 QEII Pictorials set of 13, SG #153-65, Cat £80. $40 PITCAIRN ISLANDS | First Day Covers 4000 F A1940 Pictorials set of 8 tied to plain Registered cover by Pitcairn ST. LUCIA Island double ring cancel 15OCT1940 with boxed Registration 4039 * A 1953-63 QEII set of 13, SG #172-84. $6 handstamp on reverse, few minor tones. $75 ST. LUCIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes POLAND | Postal History 1923 3d blue size G, HG #C4. 4040 *** A $30 1964 use of 20g & 1z on Polish Red Cross cover to the South 4001 *V B African Red Cross, a few tonespots. $25 ST. VINCENT 4041 F A C2 1861 No Wmk Rough to Intermediate Perf 14-16 1d rose-red, PORTUGAL SG #1, Cat £14. $12 4002 ** A1941 National Costumes Miniature sheet, SG #941a, Cat £250, 4042 W A C2 1863 No Wmk Perf 11-12½ 1d rose-red, SG #5, Cat £40 as few creases in margins clear of stamps. $110 mint. $20 4003 * A1947 Recapture of Lisbon set of 6, SG #1010-5, some gum 4043 W A C2 1871 Wmk Small Star Rough Perf 14-16 1d black, SG #15, Cat faults on lower values, Cat £55. $30 £60 as mint. $30 4004 W A 1952 Teixeira set of 2, SG #1069-70, MNG, Cat £13. $3 4044 * A 1955-63 QEII set of 12, SG #189-200. $12 4005 W A 1952 Public Works set of 4, SG #1071-4, MNG, Cat £50. $15 4045 ** A 1981 Royal Wedding 60c, $2.50 & $4 sheetlets, SG 4006 W A 1952 St Francis Xavier set of 4, SG #1075-8, MNG, Cat £100. $20 #668b,670b,672b. $4


Auction 121 - 10:00am Sunday 21st July 2013 4046 W A/A-

1987 Royal Ruby Wedding $2.50, 8 progressive die proofs, a few minor faults.

ST. VINCENT | Bequia 4047 ** A 4048 ** A 4049 ** A

1985 Leaders of the World - Automobiles (3rd Series) set of 12 as vertical pairs in blocks of 6 (total of 36 stamps). 1985 Queen Mother set of 8 as 4 se-tenant pairs. 1985 Warships of WWII set of 8.

ST. VINCENT | Grenadines of St. Vincent 4050 ** A 4051 ** A

1981 Royal Wedding 50c, $3 & $3.50 sheetlets, SG #195b,197b,199b. 1986 Leaders of the World - Railway Locomotives set of 8 as vertical pairs in blocks of 6 (24 stamps in total), SG #390-7.

ST. VINCENT | Union Island 4052 ** A 4053 ** A

1985 Queen Mother set of 8 as 4 se-tenant pairs. 1985 Automobiles 2nd Series set of 8 as 4 vertical se-tenant pairs.

SAMOA (German) 4054 */F A 1900-1919 Yachts simplified set to 80pf, hinge remainders, 20pf used. (9) SAMOA 4055 * 4056 *

AA C2

4057 */W A/A4058 *

A

4059 */W A 4060 *

A

4061 *

A B1

4062 **/* A A1 4063 *

A A1

4064 * 4065 *

A B1 A A2

4066 * 4067 ** 4068 ** 4069 ** 4070 **

A A1 A A A A

1886-1900 Wmk 4b Perf 11 ½d to 6d, SG #57-62, mixed centring, some better shades. 1898-1899 Surcharges 2½d on 1/- dull rose-carmine in black, SG #86. 1899-1900 Provisional Govt Opts complete set of 8, 1d & 6d both have the ovpt offset on the back, SG #90-7, Cat £20++. (8) 1914-15 New Zealand Opts set of 6, SG #115-21, Cat £15, 2½d blue has usual rough perfs all round. 1920 NZ Victory Opts complete set of 6, SG #143-8, ½d & 1½d MNG, Cat £32. 1921 Huts simplified set of 12, ½d to 2d are P14x14½, SG #14952,157-64, Cat £20+. 1926-27 NZ Admiral Opts 2/- light blue, Cowan paper, SG #169. 1939 New Zealand Control set of 4 in imprint blocks of 4, SG #195-8, Cat £44+, 2 units hinged in each block. 1945-53 NZ Postal Fiscal Opts - Wiggins Teape Paper 2/6d deep brown, SG #207, Cat £13. - 5/- green, SG #208, tone spot on back, Cat £21. 1955 NZ Fiscal Postal Opts - No Stop £1 pink, SG #234, Cat £15. - £2 bright purple, SG #235, Cat £70. 1967-69 Birds complete set of 12, SG #280-9b, Cat £27. 1978-80 Shells complete set of 18, SG #516-30c. 1983-84 Fruit complete set of 19, SG #647-55, Cat £21. 1988-98 Birds complete set of 17, SG #788-803, Cat £42.

SAMOA | Postal History 1974 use of 2s & 10s shells x2 cancelled with ‘APIA/11DE742/ 4071 *F AWESTERN SAMOA’ on registered air cover to Wellington, NZ. SARAWAK | Postal History 4072 * A1948 (Nov) use of 15c Centenary & 20c Cypher on air cover to Melbourne. SAN MARINO | First Day Covers 1949 Garibaldi Airs set Mi 425-9 tied to Registered illustrated 4073 *F A FDC. SAN MARINO | Maximum Cards 1944 Workers Housing Fund 20L+10L St Marinus Mi 311 tied 4074 *F A to Maxim card by San Marino cds 31 8 1952. SAUDI ARABIA 4075 */F A- B1

1934 Proclamation ½g (used) + 1½g (stain) to 20g SG 317323, 3g thinned, Cat £215. (7)

SENEGAL (Independent) 4076 ** A 1985 Water Emergency Plan set of 4, SG #810-3. 4077 ** A 1985 World Communications Year set of 3 in strips of 3, SG #814-6. 4078 ** A 1985 Traditional Musical Instruments set of 4, SG #817-20. 4079 ** A 1989 Antoine De Saint Exupery set of 3, SG #985-7. 4080 ** A 1989 Bicentennial of French Revolution set of 3, SG #988-90. 4081 ** A 1989 Philex France ‘89 set of 4 in strips of 3, SG #996-9. SEYCHELLES 4082 V A A1 4083 V 4084 * 4085 * 4086 V 4087 V 4088 *

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

4089 V A A1 4090 V A A1 4091 V A A1 4092 * 4093 *

A A1 A

1917-22 KGV Wmk MCA 18c purple/yellow Die I, SG #88, Cat £40. - 18c Die II, SG #88c, Cat £24. - 25c ovpt ‘SPECIMEN’ in red, SG #89s. - 50c ovpt ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #92s, couple of lightly toned perfs - 75c Die I, SG #93, Cat £23, 1919 use on small piece. - 75c Die II, SG #93a, Cat £21, used 1925. - 1r50 reddish purple & blue/blue Die I block of 4, SG #95, odd tiny tone spot on gum, Cat £36. - 1r50 reddish purple & blue/blue Die I, SG #95, Cat £45. - 1r50 Die II, SG #95a, Cat £32. 1921-32 KGV Wmk Script MCA 2c chestnut & green, two blocks of 4 with different chestnut shades, SG #98. - 4c sage-green & carmine, SG #102. 1954-61 QEII Pictorials set of 19, SG #174-88.

$15

4094 ** A

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1981 Royal Wedding 1r50, 5r & 10r sheetlets, SG #505a,507b,509b.

SEYCHELLES | Postal History 4095 *V A1910 use of 3c green pair, on Ohashi PPC of ‘Trois Frères Mountain, View from Bel Air Road, Mahé, Seychelles’ to $5 Tasmania, endorsed “Via Diego Suarez” (Madagascar). $10 $6 SIERRA LEONE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1881-83 QV With Frame 1½d grey on buff, HG #2. 4096 *** A SIERRA LEONE | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 4097 *G A 1902 2d blue size g, HG #C2a, cancelled on 11JU10, flap sealed $4 with selvedge. $4 SINGAPORE 4098 F A- B1

1955-59 QEII Pictorials set of 15, SG #38-52, Cat £12, $5 has a large shallow thin not effecting frontal appearance.

$5 SINGAPORE | Postal History 1948 (Dec 14) use of 6c grey & 10c Silver Wedding x3 on air 4099 * A$4 cover to Melbourne, gumming stains. 4100 * A- (Dec 17) use of 25c & 10c Silver Wedding on air cover to Melbourne. 1974 use of Government Service cover with printed PMG’s seal, 4101 *F A $6 with registration label, cancelled with ‘SINGAPORE/9SEP74/ C21’ (A1) on reverse & bearing ‘CHR[ISTMAS ISLA]ND/ [INDIAN]/2 25DE74 2/OCEAN’ (B3) arrival. $20 SLOVAKIA | Postal History 4102 *F A 1998 use of 10s ship & 6s Budatin, cancelled with light machine $8 of 12.12.98, addressed to Norfolk Island, backstamped with ‘NORWICH - SCM/16DEC/1998/3 - NORFOLK’ machine, $20 missent to UK.

$6

$80 $8

$25

$5

$20 $20

$12

$20

$11 SOLOMON ISLANDS 4103 W A B1 1907 Large Canoe 1d rose carmine SG 2. $25 $20 4104 F A B1 - 1d rose-carmine, SG #2, Cat £25. $25 4105 F A C1 - 1/- bright purple, SG #7, Cat £85. $75 $15 4106 * A B1 1908-11 Small Canoes 2d greyish slate SG 10. $3 4107 F A A1 1914-23 ‘POSTAGE REVENUE’ Wmk Crown/CA ½d green & $5 1d carmine-red, on piece with 1924 Shortland Islands cancel $10 4108 F A A1 - 1d scarlet strip of 4, 1920 Shortland cancel. $25 $40 4109 F A A1 1922-31 KGV Wmk Mult Script CA 1½d bright scarlet marginal block of 4 with control no 1, cancelled with ;SHORTLAND ISLD/ $6 13FE31/BRITISH SOLOMON ISLANDS’. $8 $6 4110 DV A A1 - 4d black & red/yellow, SG #45, Cat £23, on piece with 1935 Shortland Islands cancels. $20 $8 4111 F A B1 1922-31 KGV Wmk Script CA 6d dull & bright purple, SG #47, $35 Cat £27. $27 $25 4112 ** A 1956-63 QEII Pictorials MUH set to 10/-, SG #82-95, Cat £63. $60 $5 4113 ** A 1972-73 Pictorials set of 16, SG #219-33a, Cat £38. (16) $40 $20 4114 * A 1974 New Constitution set of 4 plus M/S, SG #262-6. $8 $40 4115 ** A 1978 Silver Jubilee sheetlet, SG #375-9. $5 4116 ** A 1983 Manned Flight set of 4, SG #493-7. $4 4117 ** A 1983 Christmas set of 8 & sheetlet, SG #498-507. $8 4118 ** A 1984 Ausipex Birds set of 4, SG #533-6. $8 $22 4119 ** A 1985 Guiding & International Youth Year set of 5, SG #550-4. $4 4120 ** A 1984 Audubon M/S, SG #556. $10 4121 ** A 1986 America’s Cup 3 singles plus complete sheet split into 10 strips of 5, SG #570-2. $20 $30 4122 ** A 1987 Coral set of 4, SG #576-9. $8 4123 ** A 1987 Orchids set of 4, SG #602-5. $8 4124 ** A 1987 Butterflies se-tenant strip of 4, SG #610-3. $8 $20 4125 ** A 1988 Independence Anniversary set of 4, SG #622-5. $4 4126 ** A 1989 Red Cross set of 2 se-tenant pairs, SG #644-7. $5 4127 ** A 1989 Moonlanding Anniversary set of 4 & M/S, SG #652-6. $8 4128 ** A 1989 Christmas set of 4, SG #662-5. $4 $15 4129 ** A 1990 Stamp Sesquicentenary set of 5, SG #677-81. $4 4130 ** A 1990 Birdpex set of 5, SG #682-6. $6 4131 ** A 1991 Phila Nippon set of 4 & M/S, SG #708-12. $6 1992 Jacob Vouza set of 4 & M/S, SG #723-7. $10 $100 4132 ** A 4133 ** A 1992 Orchids set of 4 plus Orchid Conference pair & Indopex pair, SG #748-51,771-4. $10 $4 SOLOMON ISLANDS | Booklets 1982 Royal Visit SG #SB5. $5 $8 4134 ** A 1992 Jacob Vouza black on green, SG #SB8. $10 $4 4135 ** A $5 SOLOMON ISLANDS | Postage Dues $4 4136 * A 1940 Postage Dues set, couple minor tones low values, SG $4 #D1-8, Cat £85. (8) $75 4137 * A 1940 set of 8 perf ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #D1-8s, MLH, Cat £225. $175 SOLOMON ISLANDS | Postmarks $35 4138 S B B2 S.S. Upolu: violet 4mm high ‘S.S. UPO[L]U.’ on 1d large canoe $22 (faults). $20 $10 SOMALIA (Italian) $20 4139 * A B1 1934 Colonial Exhibition set of 6 postage issues, SG #187-92, $20 Cat £19, some gum toning. $20 SOMALIA (Italian) | Postal History $40 $30 1935 use of 50c violet, cancelled with double-circle ‘POSTA 4140 *F AMILITARE/8.7.35XIII/* NUMERO 98 *’ (A1), on plain cover to $5 Cagliari, includes letter in Italian, small closed tear at top & some $5 light discolouration. $35

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4182 * A 1948 (Dec 20) use of 3d Victoria Falls & 1/- KGVI on air cover to 1930-45 Rotogravure, Unhyphenated ½d coil strip of eight Melbourne. (4**) showing two pairs of both English & Afrikaans in the 1949 (May 4) use of 3d Victoria Falls & 1/- KGVI on air cover to 4183 * A format EA EE AA EA, SG 42a x2 Cat £80+, last stamp reMelbourne. joined. (8) $60 SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postmarks 4142 F A A1 1930-45 ‘SUIDAFRIKA’ One Word 4d Wmk Upright, SG #46, Cat £6.50 as single. $5 4184 * B B2 Rusape: double-circle ‘RUSAPE/23.APR.1928/[* S.]RHODESIA *’ (B2 - #D6) on 1d pair to England, torn TLC. [Rated 160 by 4143 V A- 4d wmk inverted horizontal pair, SG #46aw, pulled perf, Cat Proud.] £32. $15 4144 V A A1 - 4d wmk inverted vertical pair, SG #46aw, Cat £32 as horizontal SPAIN pair. $10 4185 * A 1928 Rome Catacombs Restoration Fund 2c to 1p Santiago 4145 F A - 4d redrawn block of 21 (3x7), SG #46c, 1 unit wrinkled, Cat Printing, ex 3c violet & blue & 40c, SG #470-81, Cat £20+. £19++. $10 4186 * A - 2c to 1p Toledo Printing, ex 40c & 55c, SG #486-97, Cat £20+. 4146 V A A1 - 4d redrawn monkey in tree in horizontal pair, SG #46ca, not 4187 * S 1930 Goya ‘Naked Maja’ set of 3, SG #567-9, Cat £18.90. priced used Cat £48 as mint. $20 4188 * A 1930 Columbus 1c to 1p, ex 10c & 20c, SG #593-605, Cat 4147 V A B1 - 4d redrawn monkey in tree single, SG #46ca, not priced used £55+. Cat £48 as mint pair. $5 4189 ** A/A1930 Spanish-American Exhibition block of 3 with vertical 4148 * A A1 - 2/6d blue-green & brown pair, SG #49, Cat £120. $80 double perfs between 1st & 2nd columns, SG #628, pinhole in 4149 V A1933-48 Pictorials, Rotogravure, Hyphenated ½d wmk upright one unit. block of 16 (8x2), SG #54aw, 1 unit wrinkled, Cat £68. $30 4190 ** A - 5c & 25s Chile in marginal blocks of 4, SG #629,34. 4150 F A A1 - 3d ultramarine block of 4 SG 59. $4 4191 ** A - 50c marginal block of 4, SG #638, Cat £14. 4151 ** B C1 1938 Voortrekker Commemoration marginal block of 36 (6x6), 4192 ** A 1951 Isabella set of 5, SG #1157-61, Cat £60. SG #81, Cat £153+, a few tone spots. $55 4193 ** A 1952 Ferdinand the Catholic set of 5, SG #1166-70, Cat £36. 4152 F A 1941-48 1½d Gold Mine block of 8 (4x2), SG #87. $5 4194 ** A 1954 Marian Year set of 10, SG #1195-1204, Cat £14. 4153 V A - gold blob in headgear in block of 8 (2x4), SG #87b, partially 1955 St Ignacius of Loyola set of 4, SG #1231-3. obscured by postmarkn, not priced used Cat £42 as mint. $15 4195 ** A 4196 ** A 1955 Air set of 11, SG #1234-44. 4154 F A- B1 1941-46 War Effort 3d blue pair, SG #91, Cat £48, one tone perf 1955 Telegraphs Centenary set of 3, SG #1245-7, Cat £35. and a couple of small wrinkles. $20 4197 ** A 1956 20th Anniversary of Civil War set of 4, SG #1250-3, Cat 4155 * A A1 - 4d orange-brown pair, SG #92, Cat £35. $25 4198 ** A £21. 4156 F A1941-46 War Effort Bantams 1½d red brown block of 4 top pair 4199 ** A 1955 Statistics Centenary set of 3, SG #1259-61, Cat £10.25. roulette 13, bottom pair roulette 6½, SG #99aa, tone spot at 1956 Hungarian Children’s Relief set of 6, SG #1263-8, Cat right, Cat £20 as strip of 4. $10 4200 ** A £27. 4157 F A B1 - 3d blue 6 triplets in block of 18 (3x6), SG #101, Cat £108. $70 4201 ** A 1958 Goya set of 10, SG #1273-82. 4158 F A A1 1942-44 Bantam War Effort 4d slate-grey triplet, SG #103, Cat 1958 Charles V set of 8, SG #1287-94. £11. $5 4202 ** A 4203 ** A 1958 17th International Railway Congress set of 6, SG #12954159 F A/A- 4d slate-grey triplet x17 in block of 70, SG #103, a few units 1300. affected by toning, Cat £187, unusually large commercially used 1959 Monastry set of 3, SG #1313-5. block. $100 4204 ** A 4205 ** A 1960 Murillo set of 10, SG #1333-42. 4160 F A A1 1949 UPU 3d serif on C in block of 8 (4x2) [R1/1], SG #130a, 1960 International Philatelic Congress Pelota Player set of 4, not priced used Cat £48 as mint pair. $30 4206 ** A SG #1349-52, Cat £20. 4161 F A B1 - 3d serif on C single [R1/1], SG #130a, not priced used Cat £48 1964 Florida Discovery set of 6, SG #1359-66. as mint pair. $5 4207 ** A 4208 ** A 1961 El Greco set of 10, SG #1391-1400, Cat £10.50. 4162 F A B1 1974 Flora & Fauna short set to 50c, SG #348-362, Cat £11. 1961 Velázquez set of 4, SG #1401-4, small spot on 2p50, Cat (15) $10 4209 ** A/A£17. 4163 ** A A1 1986 Johannesburg Centenary set of 4, SG #604-7, bottom 4210 ** A 1961 Explorers and Colonisers of America set of 8, SG marginal singles with 14c & 25c showing plate number ‘3’ & 20c #1435-42. & 30c showing plate number ‘5’. $5 4211 ** A 1962 Alonso Berruguete set of 6, SG #1499-1504. 4212 ** A 1962 El Cid set of 4, SG #1505-8. SOUTH AFRICA | Postal History 1963 Ribera set of 10, SG #1559-68, Cat £25. 4164 * A 1947 (Oct 16) use of 3d & 1/- on air cover to Melbourne. $10 4213 ** A 4214 ** A 1963 Famous Spaniards set of 4, SG #1597-1600. 4165 * A 1948 use of 3d & 1/-, both in vertical strips of 3, on air cover to 1964 25 Years of Ending of Civil War set of 14, SG #1637-50. Melbourne. $20 4215 ** A 1964 Spanish Navy set of 14, SG #1660-73. 4166 * A - (Jan 8) use of 4d, 2/6d & 5/- on reg air cover to Melbourne. $30 4216 ** A 4217 ** A 1964 Explorers and Colonisers of America set of 8, SG - (Jan 8) use of 1d, 3d & 1/- x5 (incl block of 4) on reg air cover 4167 * A#1683-90. to Melbourne, small faults. $50 1965 Explorers and Colonisers of America set of 8, SG - (Aug 6) use of ½d & 1d on cover to Melbourne. 4168 * A $5 4218 ** A #1738-45. 1949 (Mar 30) use of ½d & 1d on cover to Melbourne. 4169 * A $5 4219 ** A 1966 Explorers and Colonisers of America set of 8, SG SOUTH AFRICA | Military - Boer War Period #1810-17. 4170 *F B 1901: use of GB 1d lilac, cancelled with double-circle ‘ARMY 4220 ** A 1970 Ripoll Monastery set of 3, SG #2063-5. POST OFFICE/A/NO1/01/ELANDSFONTEIN’ (B1), from Yorks SPAIN | Postal History Regt to England, opened a tittle roughly. $40 4221 *F A1853 stampless entire to Gibraltar, cancelled with poor red Cadiz SOUTH GEORGIA of 10/JUL/1853. 4171 ** A 1963-69 Pictorials set to 2/6d, SG #1-12, Cat £80. $70 SPAIN | Civil War SOUTH-WEST AFRICA (German) | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4222 ** A 1938 Huévar Charity Issue 5c m/s. 1900 10pf + 10pf Reply Card H&G 16 . 4172 *** A $30 SPAIN | Fernando Poo SOUTH WEST AFRICA 4223 ** A1964 Birds set of 9, SG #267-75, gum slightly aged. 4173 ** A B1 1962-63 Pictorials No Wmk 3½c fishing, SG #190, Cat £13. $10 SPAIN | Rio Muni SOUTH WEST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4224 ** A 1965 Pheasant & Leopard set of 3, SG #66-8. 4174 *F A 1936 New Design ½d green, HG #15, 1d Pictorial, cancelled SUDAN with double-circle ‘TSUMEB/21OCTB38/S.W.A.’ (A2) to Finland. $40 4225 ** A 1948 Camels 10p black & mauve chalk paper marginal single, SOUTH WEST AFRICA | Postal History SG #109a, hinged in margin only, Cat £50. 4175 *F A 1922 use of South Africa 2d on local cover, cancelled with 4226 ** A 1950 Air 2p to 4p & 6p, SG #115-9,121, Cat £20. (6) double-circle ‘WINDHOEK/2MAR22/1215PM/S.W.A’ (A1). $12 4227 ** A 1951-61 Pictorials 5m, 10m block of 6 & 15m, SG #127-9, Cat £. SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postage Dues 4176 * A 1951 Ovpts on GB set of 6, SG #D1-7, Cat £14. $8 SUDAN | Postal History 4177 F A - set of 6, SG #D1-7, Cat £30. $25 4228 * A1948 (Aug 13) use of 5m & 4p on air cover to Melbourne. 4229 * A- (Nov 5) use of 10m pair & 15m on air cover to Melbourne. SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes - (Dec 2) use of 10m x3, 15m & 2p Stamp Jubilee on air cover 4230 * A1948 6d dark greenish grey wmk ‘KENT VALE/PARCHMENT/A’, 4178 *** A to Melbourne. HG #FG4. $25 4231 * A1949 (Feb 11) use of 10m x3 & 5m on air cover to Melbourne, minor faults. SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal History 4232 * A- (Mar) use of 5m & 4p on air cover to Melbourne. 1933 use of stampless OHMS cover to USA, cancelled with 4179 *F A - (May 4) use of 5m & 10m Legislative Assembly x4 on air cover 4233 * A‘SALISBURY/23FEB19334-PM/S.RH[OD]ESIA’ (B2), violet to Melbourne. triple-oval ‘DIST, POSTMASTER[‘S] OFFICE/23FEB1933/ SALISBURY’ (A2) on face. $25 SURINAM 4180 *F B 1940 use of 2d green & bright violet, cancelled with poor 4234 W A B1 1892 Wilhelmina set of 6, SG #63-8, Cat £95. Marandellas of 30JUL1940, on plain readdressed cover to England, some light toning. $10 SWAZILAND 4181 *V A 1944 use of 9d & 1/- on air cover from internee at Norton 4235 * A 1933 KGV ½d to 6d, SG #11-6. Internment Camp to Switzerland, cancelled with double-circle ‘NORTON/21FEBA44/S.RHODE[SIA]’ (B2). $200 SOUTH AFRICA 4141 **/* A A1

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1862-63 Lion and Arms 3ö bistre-brown Type I, SG #12a, MNG, Cat £700, largely imperforate. 1872-79 24ö yellow-orange P14, SG #23, Cat £26, cancelled with ‘LILA-EDET/20/18[?]4’. - 50ö rose-carmine p14, SG #25b, Cat £34. 1939 Academy of Science 30ö, SG #232.

$15 $20 $4

SWEDEN | Official Stamps 4240 F A B3 1874-98 12ö light-blue, P13, SG #O34a, Cat £15, some missing perfs.

$10

4237 F A A1 4238 F A B1 4239 * A B1

SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1880-87 Arms With Arches Border 6ö violet on cream, HG 4241 *F A#11, cancelled with ‘HELSINGBORG/16/12.1.82’ (A1-), to Copenhagen, 2 holes punched at right, some light staining.

$20

4279 F A A1 4280 ** A B1 $4 4281 ** B B1 $10

SWEDEN | Maximum Cards 1952 Carl Wilhelm Von Scheele 5ö tied to Maxim card by 4243 *F A Koping cds 9 10 52, early card.

$30

SWITZERLAND 4245 F A4246 F A- B1 4247 V 4248 V 4249 F 4250 V

A A1 A A1 A B1 B A1

4251 V A A1 4252 F A A1 4253 F A B1 4254 F 4255 F 4256 F 4257 ** 4258 F

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1854 Seated Helvetia Munich Printing 10r bright blue, SG #26, Cat £80, 2-margins, bit grotty. 1919 Peace set of 3, SG #304-6, Cat £7, 7½c has a shallow hinge thin & BLC crease, 10c has a very light tone spot on reverse. 1923-40 Air 65c light blue, grilled paper, SG #325a. 1928-31 Scenes 3f red-brown, SG #335. 1932 Disarmament set of 6, SG #338-43, Cat £28. 1945 Pax 5f, SG #458, Cat £400, creased but this is not apparent from face. 1946 Pro Patria set of 4, SG #467-70, Cat £23. 1953 Zurich Airport 40c airport, SG #546. 1933 Pro Juventute 30+10c dark ultramarine, SG #J67, Cat £12. 1946 Pro Juventute set of 4, SG #J116-9, Cat £12. 1951 Pro Juventute 5c to 40c, SG #J137-41, Cat £17. 1952 Pro Juventute set of 5, SG #J142-6, Cat £22. 1960 Pro Juventute set of 5, SG #J182-6. 1957 Pro Juventute 30+10c Beetle, SG #J190.

SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1879-80 Wmk Ornate Diagonal Line 5c brown on white, HG 4259 *** A #24, some light toning. 4260 *** A- 10c red on white, HG #25, some light toning. SWITZERLAND | Postal History 4261 *F A 1939 Swiss Air Corps Military Charity Stamp issued for the Fifth Flying Squadron tied to Military Post card by special Fifth Squadron cachet of 1939. 4262 *F B 1940 use of 15c orange Landscape pair from Davos Dorf to Rostock, Germany, German censor at left, opened a little roughly at top. THAILAND 4263 U A/A-

4264 */U A 4265 F A- B1 4266 W A A1 4267 **/VA 4268 ** A 4269 ** A

1939 National Assembly Hall mounted range; [1] 2s P11½, P11, P12½x11½, P12½ x2; [2] 3s P11 x2, P11x11½, P11½ x3, P11½x12 & P12x11½; [3] 5s P12x11½, P11½x12, P12, P12½ x3, P10½, P11, P11½ x2; [4] 10s P11½x11 x2, P11 x2, P11½, P11½x12, P12x11½ x2, P12, P12x12½ x2, P12½ x2; [5] 15s P11½x12, P11 x3, P11x11½ x2, P11½x11, P11½ x2, P12x11½, P12 x3, P12½ x6, SG #280-4. (55) 1943 King Ananda Mahidol 1b grey-blue litho issues; [1] P12½x11 mint single with part sheet? number at top & used single; [2] P11 used single with recess issue for comparison (4) 1957 Buddhism complete set of 9, SG #385-93, odd minor flaw. 1966 Rice 3b rosine & deep reddish purple, SG #552, Cat £10.5. 1972 Women’s Costumes M/S plus MUH & used singles, SG #723-7, Cat £28. (8+1ms) - M/S, SG #727, Cat £21. 1975 SE Asia Peninsula Games M/S, SG #860, Cat £16.

THAILAND | Postal History 4270 * A 1948 (Feb 23) use of 2b King Prajadhipok & King Ananda Mahidol 2s & 3s on air cover to Melbourne. - (Jul 13) use of 2b Ban Pa’im Palace & 5s King Bhumibol on air 4271 * Acover to Melbourne, minor faults. 4272 *F A 1968 (C) use of uncancelled cover to England, violet double-oval ‘OFFICE OF AIR ATTACHE/ROYAL THAI EMBASSY’ (A1+). TIERRA DEL FUEGO 4273 ** A C1 1891 10c carmine-rose BRC block of 4, SG #1, Cat £100+. TOGO (Independent) 4274 ** A A1 1969 Christmas man on moon set of 5 plus 1 m/s optd ‘JOYEUX NOEL’, SG #701-6, Cat £29. 4275 ** A 1984 Economic Convention, Lome 500fr M/Sheet, SG #1762.

4277 ** A- A1 4278 ** A- C1

SWEDEN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4242 *F A 1901 2ö orange, HG #B9.

SWEDEN | Postal History 4244 *F A 1901 use of 10ö Oscar II, cancelled with dotted circle ‘BOLLNAS/1i11br./3/1901’ (A1), on plain cover, backstamped with dotted circle ‘SKÖFDE/11/3/1901’ (A1-) arrival.

TONGA 4276 ** A- C1

4282 ** A- A1 4283 ** A A1

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1897 Pictorials Wmk Turtles 2½d black & blue BRC block of 10 (5x2), SG #43, Cat £65+v, unit 6/9 with dash over large 2 & unit 6/10 with retouched K of KOGA, the hairline from Unit 5/7 to 6/7 is very faint, surface abrasions on 5/10 & 6/9. $50 1920-35 Pictorials Wmk Turtles Sideways 1½d grey-black bottom part sheet of 24 (8x3), SG #56, Cat £13++, plate 2 and DLR imprint in bottom margin, gum quite aged. $10 - 2½d blue recut 2½ [1/1] and wide D [4/10] in complete sheet of 60, SG #59a, Cat £384++, plate 2 below 5/2 and screw head in margin, gum quite aged $150 1938 20th Anniversary of Accession set in blocks of 4 SG 713. $40 1942-45 Pictorials Wmk Script/CA ½d yellow-green complete sheet, SG #74, Cat £18++, includes hairline flaw in TRC [4/6] but not re-entry on [4/9] or hairline in TOGA on [5/6] $20 - ½d yellow-green left half-sheet of 30, SG #74, a few tonespots on gum. $5 - 1d black & scarlet Line P14 top part sheet of 18, SG #75, Cat £45++, a few very light tone spots. $35 1984 Ausipex set SG 890-1 complete gutter strips (10 sets). (20) $30

TONGA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4284 ** A 1911 George II HG #2, with black and white view ‘The Palace and Chapel, Nukualofa’. Fine unused. $100 - HG #2b, with brown and white view ‘Cocoanut Palm Avenue, $10 4285 ** A Haapai’. Fine unused. $125 $16

TONGA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 4286 *F A 1971 9s brown & light brown with map, HG #FG1, uprated with 1970 1s banana x3, to USA.

$30

$3 $4 $4 $12

TONGA | Postal History 1936 Tin Can Mail small cover to Australia with 2½d adhesive 4287 *F A tied by NIUAFOOU cds 28DE 36 with appropriate cachets on front and back.

$30

$50 $12 $3

TONGA | Ship/Paquebot Markings 4288 F AAuckland: 1d tree x3 cancelled with boxed ‘[LOO]SE LETTER.’ (C2), ‘AUCKLAND/N.Z./21MY17 1115AM/LOOSE LETTER’ (A2 - #1545, Rated B) and ‘AUCKLAND [N.Z.]/1NO33 9[?]/LOO[SE LETTER]’ (A2 - #1549). [Rated C]

$20

$6 $6 TRANSJORDAN | Postal History $10 4289 *F B 1941 use of 5m orange x3, cancelled with bilingual ‘/6NO41/A/ $15 AMMAN’ (A1), on large reduced cover to Alexandria with other $5 addressing details scraped off, bearing bilingual hexagonal ‘/ $3 PASSED B[Y CENSOR]/TRANSJO[RDAN]/4’ (A2-) in purple & bilingual circular ‘/M/2/CENSORSHIP/DEPT’ (A1) with bilingual boxed ‘/DIRECTOR/DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH/ GOVERNMENT OF TRANS-JORDAN’ (C1) in purple, $5 backstamped with straight-line ‘2nd....356A’ (A1) in purple, some $4 creasing. 4290 *F A 1947 use of 15m black tax, 15m green & 10m red Abdullah’s, lightly cancelled on Air letter sheet from Leiutenant in Arab Legion Artillery to Ithaca, New York, letter is in Arabic. $55 TRANSVAAL | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4291 S A A2 13: of Lydenburg on 1887 2d olive-green. $10 TRINIDAD 4292 F A B1

$10 $80 $20

1851 Britannia White Paper (1d) rose-red, SG #12, Cat £65, 4 complete margins.

$60

TRINIDAD | Postal History 1892 use of 2½d bright blue pair, cancelled with light 4293 *F A ‘TUNAPUNA/A/SP22/92/TRINIDAD’ (C1), on cover to Columbus City, with ‘PORT·OF·SPAIN/A/SP23/92/TRINIDAD’ (B1) transit & ‘COLUMBUS, OHIO./OCT4/5AM/92/REC’D.’ (A1-) arrival $25 backstamp.

$60

TRINIDAD | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $20 4294 S A A2+ 38: on 1d purple on red. Unallocated $5 4295 S A A2 T15: right half of duplex ‘T15’ of Belmont on 1d carmine DLR. [Rated 200 by Proud] $6 $20 TRINIDAD | Postmarks $15 4296 S A A2 Laventille: framed ‘LAVENTILLE/A/AU19/91’ on 1/- brown. [Rated 40 by Proud] $12 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 4297 *** A 1958-59 15c blue on cream size G, HG #C9, dated 5DEC1960. $30 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal History 4298 *F A 1932 use of 1½d bright rose (SG #220) cancelled at Port of $20 Spain to Scotland. 4299 *F A- use of 1½d bright rose (SG #218-9) cancelled with ‘BELMONT/ $70 ?-7-32A/TRINIDAD’ (B2 - Proud #D4), to Scotland. 4300 * A1948 (Aug 28) use of 12c x4, plus missing 12c on air cover to Melbourne. $80

$20 $25

$10 $7

$6 $10 $10

TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postmarks 4301 S A B2- Roxborough: framed ‘[RO]XBOROUGH/R/JA25/28/[TOBAGO]’ on 1½d. [Rated 40 by Proud] $10 $25 $4 TRISTAN DA CUNHA 4302 **/* A 1954 QEII Pictorials set SG 14-27, top two values **. (14) $100 4303 ** A A1 1968 30th Anniversary of Tristan As Dependency set SG 11720. (4) $4 4304 ** A 1978 Silver Jubilee Surcharges set SG 232-3. (2) $30


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TURKS ISLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4305 *** A1893 1d carmine on buff, HG #5, with diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’.

$30

TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS 4306 ** A 1957 QEII Pictorials complete set of 15, SG #237-50, Cat £100.

$80

TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS | First Day Covers 1986 Rock Iguana set, SG #888-91, on WWF FDCS 4307 *F A unaddressed. (4) TUVALU 4308 ** A

1981 Royal Wedding 10c, 45c & $2 sheetlets, SG #168a,170a,172a.

TUVALU | Postmarks 4309 * A- A1 Nanumea: double-circle ‘NANUMEA/*/1MR/76/TUVALU’ on 2c fishing & 3c pandanus on slightly stained Simpson cover. PO c.1919.

4334 *F A-

4335 * A$10

$4

$5

1943 use of 30c blue airmail, cancelled with ‘GARDEN CITY/ JAN8/2PM/1943/N.Y. - 1’ (A1-), on plane air cover to Linksway, Northwood, Middlesex, sealed at right with ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/ EXAMINER 3806’ censor tape with ‘1.C./’ handstamp in bluegreen, letter included, small closed tear through part of cancellation. 1949 (Feb) use of 5c Prexie & 20c Air on air cover to Melbourne, small faults.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Flight Covers 1927 Cuba - Key West Florida cover with Cuban adhesives 4336 *F A cancelled Habana OCT 28 1927 with light first flight cachet at lower left and pilots signatures at left, backstamped Key West OCT 29 1927. 4337 *F A1928 first flight New York Atlanta route from Washington to Richmond Va on re-used cover from Barbados to Nova Scotia, 5c Ericson pair cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/MAY 1/9PM/D.C. - 1928’ (A1), ‘RICHMOND/MAY2/1230AM/1928/VA.’ (A1) machine arrival, 1923 TB Christmas seal pair sealing flap. 1971 Lunar FDC illustrated cover signed by Astronaut Donald 4338 *F A Holmquest. 1974 Skylab illustrated FDC signed by Astronaut Jerry Carr. 4339 *F A 4340 *F A 1976 YF-12 Supersonic Flight cover with cachet in green signed by Astronauts Fitz Fulton and Ray Young. 1979 George C Marshall Space Flight Centre Engine Test 4341 *F A cover with cachet signed by Astronaut Anthony Llewellyn.

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4310 F A C4 1857-61 Perf 15-15½ 12c grey-black plate I, Sc #36, Cat $250, cancelled with red null bars, perfs trimmed at top and left and part of base. $30 4311 F A B2 1861-66 National Bank Co 24c grey, Sc #78b, Cat $300. $200 4312 G A C2 1873 Continental Banknote Company 12c blackish violet, Sc #162, Cat $95. $65 4313 * A B1 1913 Panama - Pacific Exposition 5c blue Sc 399, with offset on reverse. $45 4314 * A B1 1923 Airmail 16c dark blue part OG Sc C5. $40 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military - World War I Period 4342 *F A1918(C.) use of 3c purple & 2c red, cancelled with poor US ARMY PO No 2 of JUL 8 with year missing on plain cover to UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes London, England, with double-boxed ‘PASSED BY/BASE 4315 * A 1917 1c olive-green Die I surcharge in black beneath ‘½c Paid/ CENSOR/A.E.F./[eagle]/* 3 *’ (B1) on top of additional censor Santa Rosa, Cal’ with Bartels’ pencil notations on reverse “Not in handstamp, some edge wear. Scott 1931/Very Rare./Ab 300 were printed/mostly used up/ 4343 * A1919 cover from sailor on USS Penguin (mine sweeper #33) to JMB”, fine unused Scott #U420(var). Missing from the Schiller & Ohio, ‘U.S. NAVAL FORCES/EUROPE.’ cachet on face, slightly Wanamaker collections. $500 reduced at right. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | First Day Covers 4344 * A1919(C) Knights of Columbus cover from sailor on USS Penguin 1937 Hawaii 3c purple pair, Sc #799, on plain cover with neat 4316 *F A (mine sweeper #33) to Ohio, ‘U.S. NAVAL FORCE[S]/EUROPE’ typed address, cancelled with Honolulu FDoI machine, hinged. $5 cachet on face, slightly reduced at right. 1932 Arbor Day 2c carmine, cancelled ‘NEBRASKA CITY/ 4317 *F A 4345 *F C 1920 (Jan) use of Russian 50k x3 (plus 1 fallen off), cancelled at APR22/8AM/1932/NEBR.’, neat typed address. $10 Valdivostok on KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS/WAR ACTIVITIES 4318 *F A 1936 Texas Centennial 3c purple on illustrated FDC cancelled cover to Idaho, plain censor tape at left tied by Russian censor with ‘GONZALES/MAR2/9AM/1936/TEXAS’, unaddressed. $15 handstamp No. 12, a bit tatty. [This cover is from the Russian 4319 *F A 1940 James Cooper 2c carmine pair on Sturgill hand painted Railway Service Corp a group of 288 drafted civilian railway FDC addressed to Minneapolis, cancelled with workers sent across to help maintain the Trans Siberian Railway. ‘COOPERSTOWN/JAN29/9AM/1940/N.Y. - FIRST DAY OF They were given military rank but not free postage facilities.] ISSUE’ (A1). $90 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military - World War II Period 4320 *F A 1946 Merchant Marine 3c green on C.S. Anderson FDC 1945 use of 2c Envelope surcharged with boxed ‘AIR 6 MAIL’ 4346 *F A cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/FEB26/9AM/1946/D.C. - FIRST (H&G #FB5), cancelled with ‘U.S. ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/ DAY OF ISSUE’ (A11), neat typed address. $5 SEP/22/1945/432/A.P.O.’ (A2 - Ceylon), to Chicago. 1946 WWII Veterans 3c purple on illustrated FDC, cancelled 4321 *F A with ‘WASHINGTON/MAY9/9AM/1946/D.C.’ FDoI, neat pencil address. $5 VATICAN 4347 * A B1 1929 Pius XI & Keys 75c carmine & blue-grey, Mi #7. 4322 *F A 1946 Smithsonian Institution 3c lake block of 4 on Fluegel FDC cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/AUG./10/9:00AM/ WALLIS & FUTUNA 1946/D.C.’ FDoI, unaddressed. $25 4348 ** A 1985 International Youth Year 64f strip of 3, SG #468. 1948 Volunteer Firemen 3c carmine on McCawley FDC 4323 *V A cancelled with ‘DOEVR/OCT4/9AM/1948/DEL.’ FDoI, neat YEMEN | Postal History handstamp address. $6 4349 * A1933 (Dec 24) use of 6b blue SG #7, tied to reverse by bilingual 4324 *F A 1948 Juliette Low 3c green on unaddressed 100R FDC, Hodeida cds on cover to South Australia. Exotic origin/ cancelled with ‘SAVANNAH/OCT29/9AM/1948/GA.’ (A1). $8 destination usage of a short-lived issue. 1952 3c Mt Rushmore Memorial tied to multi-coloured Maxi 4325 *F A 4350 *F C 1943(C.) use of 6b, cancelled with light bilingual ‘TAAZ’ (A1- ) on card by Keystone cds AUG 11 1952. $20 cover to Rome, endorsed “Via Aden”, opened roughly at left and 4326 *F A 1953 3c National Guard tied to maxi card by Washington cds part of censor label torn away, Aden censor label tied with F/ FEB 23 1953. $20 ’102’-in-circle. 4327 *F A 1946 Tennessee Sesquicentennial 3c purple on Fluegel FDC YUGOSLAVIA cancelled with ‘NASHVILLE/JUN1/9AM/1946/TENN.’ FDoI, 1989 15th European Trophy Athletic Clubs Championship unaddressed. $25 4351 ** A 4000d x3 (pair with central label & single), SG #2533. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Maximum Cards 4352 ** A 1989 Motor Cycle Grand Prix, Rijeka 4000d in vertical pair with 4328 *F Q 1952 Layfayette 3c Layfayette tied to multicoloured maxi card central label, lower unit ‘ΠTT’ omitted, SG #2535a. by Georgetown cds June 18 1952, being First Day of Issue, nice card. $35 ZAMBIA 4353 ** A 1984 Olympic Games, Los Angeles 90n set of 5 embossed on UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal History gold foil. 4329 *F C 1863 use of 1d bright blue, 3c dull red & 10c green cancelled ZANZIBAR | Postal Stationery - Wrappers with double-circle ‘FLUSHING/DEC29/63.N/Y’ target duplex 1895 QV 1a brown on buff, HG #E2, cancelled with poor 4354 *F A(B1), read ‘N.YORK BR.PKT./DEC30/PAID 19’ (B2 - month Zanzibar of 30NO96. inverted), poor Saltcoats (Scotland) arrival of JA11/1864. Biro marking on face has been bleached out and, as the rate was 24c another 10c has been removed. $200 ZANZIBAR | Postal History 4355 * A1923 (Jan 12) cover addressed, “Astralia” [sic] with “Austria” in 1882 use of 3c green (Sc #184), cancelled with double-circle 4330 *F Ared below, franked with 3a x3 tied by squared-circle datestamps, ‘CHEBANSE,/SEP/11/1882/ILLINOIS.’ (A1+) and star-in-circle, manuscript “Try Victoria” & “DLO” in blue and framed ‘POST triple-circle ‘NORMAL/SEP/12/1882/ILLINOIS’ (A1) and poor TOWN/NOT KNOWN IN/N.S.W.’ backstamped with black star-in-circle arrival on back. $50 Sydney DLO cds. 4331 *F A 1913 usage to Australia of embossed 5c blue Washington envelope for Geo. E. Keith Company Campello Massachusetts ZIL ELWANNYEN SESEL with Campello Station flag cancel and Brockton Mass cds SEP5 4356 ** A 1981 Royal Wedding 40c, 5r & 10r sheetlets, SG #23b,25b,27b. 1913 and backstamped Sydney Oc 13 1913. $50 1937 PAQUEBOT’ (B1 - similar to Hosking #1994) in violet on 4332 *F A ZIMBABWE face of cover to USA with Bahamas 2½d ultramarine cancelled 4357 V A A1 1985 U.N. Decade For Women Communications set in imprint at Miami. $30 blocks of 6 CTO. (18) 1939 (May 25) use of 2c, 3c x2 & 10c Special Delivery x2 on 4333 * B cover to Melbourne endorsed ‘SPECIAL DELIVERY’, faults. $30

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