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POSTAL

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Postal Auction No. 125 World Stamps, Postal History & Postal Stationery Plus Specialised Australian Postmarks Starting 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 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 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014

PPA Preamble Welcome to Auction 125 our second auction for 2014. This auction offers our usual wide choice of lots, with 100s of stamp and variety lots, plenty of numeral and datestamp cancels, a wide range of postal history and postal stationery and even some postcards and ephemera lots. With over 4,400 lots there is plenty to choose from. Our on-line bidders will be pleased to know that our new live-bidding screen seems to be working well. If you haven’t used it yet then give it a try. To bid live online go to the website and log in with your Client Code and Password. Ten minutes before the auction starts an Open Auction Live Bidding window link will appear below the image of the catalogue front page. Simply click on this and you will be ready to go. The pop-up window displays the last lot sold, the current lot and the next two lots. If you have already placed bids then these lots will be displayed in a bold font. A bid button will be displayed below the current lot number to bid at the next bid step. This button disappears when you have the top bid or when the auctioneer has stopped accepting bids. Use the View Bidsheet menu on the top right of the home page to review or place bids for later lots. This screen will also show you the total value of your successful bids to help you manage your budget. Remember that we only sell lots that have bids already on them and therefore the pop-up window will only show and allow bidding on lots which have bids placed on them. To ensure a lot appears you will need to place some sort of initial bid on the lot, even if it is a below reserve bid. Our clients who have access to the internet should also take time to review our retail lots. There are over 20,000 items which can be accessed and searched for in the same way the auctions can. If you have your collecting interests set up these will also work on the retail list ensuring you can access them as efficiently as possible. Please ensure that you confirm your order once you have selected the items you wish to purchase. Our website provides many different ways of viewing those items or areas in the auction that interest you the most. We provide a standard selection in lot order, searching by topic (over 250 of them) or by country and searching by your collecting interests or a description search. Our Image Gallery enables you to just browse through the pictures and likewise you can also use the Image Gallery to just view the items that match your collecting interests. 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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Australia: black and white kangaroo & map stamp printed by Guion, Kelson & co. An early (1920s-30s) Melbourne stamp dealer. - 1972 Anpex minisheet. - 1985 Stamp & Coin Show M/sheet for October show cancelled with Show oval datestamp 19 OCT 1985. - 1986 Stamp & Coin Show International Year of Peace M/sheet tied to large illustrated cover by Stamp & Coin Show Sydney green cancel 31Oct 1986, being first day of show. Australia - Hutt River Province: 1978 Christmas, set of 4 in setenant vertical pairs Australia - Replica Card: AIF, card no. 18 Austria: 1933 WIPA grey-green Zeppelin with the base inscription obliterated to read ‘5? AUSTELLUNG’. - 1965 Wipa Stamp Exhibition set of nine labels. China: c.1930 1c China International Famine Relief Fund right marginal block of 9, 2 units with light creasing. Great Britain: c.1916 multi-coloured label with portrait of General Sir J Eccles Nixon issued for Lord Roberts Memorial Fund. - illustrated FDC with set of three Gloucester Emergency Postal Service labels tied by cancel Gloucester 12 FEB 1971, uinaddressed. Greece: Cigarette Labels inscribed M.C.C./M.C. Carathanassis & Co/20 Cigarettes etc. In different colours & inscriptions. (5) South Africa: 1950 1d TB, very light machine cancel.

COINS & BANKNOTES | Coins 14 UNC Australia: 1955 ½d unc. 15 UNC - 1962 1d. 16 EF - 1921 M 3d. 17 UNC - 1942 D 3d. 18 UNC - 1955 QEII 3d. 19 UNC - 1941 KGVI 1/-. 20 UNC - 1957 QEII 1/-. 21 AUNC - 1943 2/-. 22 UNC - 1986 South Australia Silver $10 cased proof. 23 UNC - 1970 Cook Bicentenary 50c specimen in red plastic case. 24 aEF Great Britain: 1758 George II 6d, strong portrait. 25 gVF - 1887 QV Jubilee Head Double Florin. 26 UNC New Zealand: 1978 20c Proof. 27 UNC Tristan Da Cunha: 1980 25p 80th Birthday of Queen Mother.

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Australia 1991 Fraser/Cole $5. Australia: The Voyage of the Endeavour by G.Arnold Wood published by Macmillan & Co 1926. 116pp cloth-bound, very good condtion with just a few pencilled annotations. - The Australian Commonwealth Specialists’ Catalogue Postage Dues published by Brusden White in 1999, 138pp, Excellent Used Condition, paperback. - Stanley Gibbons Commonwealth Stamp Catalogue Australia 5th Edition in 2009, 272pp, Good Used Condition. Paperback. Australia - Queensland: Queensland Numeral Cancellations by Bernard A Manning in 2009, 257pp, Very Good Used Condition. Paperback. - Queensland Colonial Postal History Volume 2 - the Town Datestamps by Bernard A Manning in 2011, 289pp, Excellent Used Condition. Paperback. Australia - Victoria: Australian Registration Labels, Victoria by H.L.Bazelmans, as new. British Commonwealth: Stanley Gibbons Commonwealth Stamp Catalogue Northern Caribbean, Bahamas & Burmuda 1st Edition in 2006, 87pp, Excellent Used Conditon. Paperback. - British Commonwealth Revenues 8th Edition published by J. Barefoot Ltd. in 2008, 383pp, Very Good Used. Paperback. - Stanley Gibbons Commonwealth Stamp Catalogue Brunei, Malaysia & Singapore 3rd Edition in 2010, 220pp, Excellent Used Condition. Paperback. Czechoslovakia & Poland: Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue Part 5 Czechoslovakia & Poland in 2002, 303pp, Excellent Used Condition. paperback. Falkland Islands: Stanley Gibbons Commonwealth Stamp Catalogue Falkland Islands 5th Edition in 2012, 71pp, Excellent Used Condition. Paperback. Great Britain: Great Britain Revenues 4th Edition published by J. Barefoot Ltd. in 2002, 166pp, Excellent Used Condition. paperback. - Stanley Gibbons Collect British Postmarks 8th Edition in 2011, 378pp, Very Good Used Condition. Paperback - Stanley Gibbons Great Britian Concise Stamp Catalogue 28th Edition in 2013, 418pp, New condition. Paperback. India: Stanley Gibbons Commonwealth Stamp Catalogue India (Including Convention and Feudatory States) 3rd Edition in 2009, 222pp, Excellent Used Condition. Paperback. New Guinea and Papua: 1988 The Jim Harrison Sale catalogue with prices realised, handy reference to a popular area. New Zealand: New Zealand ‘The Chalon Issues’ Christies Robson Lowe sale Catalogue 11th October 1989 with prices realised. Nyasaland & Rhodesia: 1982 Sotheby’s Auction Catalogue of ‘The Gerald Simpson Collection of Nyasaland and Rhodesia, with prices realised.

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Scandinavia: Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue Part 11 Scandinavia 6th Edition in 2008, 425pp, Very Good Used Condition. Paperback. South East Asia: SG 1995 edn, very good condition. St Helena & Dependencies: Stanley Gibbons Stamp Catalogue St Helena & Dependencies 3rd Edition in 2007, 42pp, Very Good Used Condition. Paperback.

PICTURE POSTCARDS 50 * B Actresses: Falk black and white PPC of ‘Mrs. Maesmore Morris’, prominent actress, used at Hamilton JY201905. Australia: Black & white PPC ‘A Handful of Australia - a Shady 51 *** A Nook’. Australia - Artist: Multicoloured PPC Australian Art Series 52 *** A‘Schooling A Youngster’. 53 *** A Australia - New South Wales: Black & white PPC ‘The Gap and South Head Sydney’, real photo. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Market Street Sydney’ fine card. 54 *** A 55 ** A - Multicoloured PPC ‘Park St. from Hyde Park Sydney’ Trams in foreground. - Black & white PPC ‘Hunter St’, a Kerry card. 56 *** A 57 * A - black and white PPC of ‘Fig Tree, Lane Cove, Sydney’, used 28/7/08. - black & white real photo PPC ‘Fairy Falls’ Rotary Photographic 58 *F A Plate Sunk Gem Series, franked with ½d green, poor framed Broadwater 12 May 1908 (B2-) cancel. - black & white real photo PPC ‘Sydney Observatory’ Sydney 59 *F A Pleasure Resort Series, Kerry card, franked with 1d Arms and cancelled with poor framed Galston cds. PO 26/5/1890. 60 *F B Australia - Royalty: Multicoloured PPC with HRH Duchess of York at left, early card used in 1901, some faults. 61 *** A Australia - South Australia: Black & white PPC ‘North Terrace and Mount Lofty Ranges Adelaide’. - Valentine black & white PPC of ‘Torrens Lake from Albert 62 ** A Bridge, Adelaide’. 63 *** A Australia - Sport: black & white PPC for NSW Fire Brigade Sydney showing ‘Champion Boats Crew’, a nice Fire Brigade card. 64 *F AAustralia - Tasmania: multi-coloured PPC ‘Silver Falls, Fern Bower, Hobart’, franked with ½d green QV, part ‘KY[N]ETON/ AP3/06/VICTORIA - 57’ duplex, light tone spots on back. 65 *** AAustralia - Victoria: Multicoloured PPC ‘Melbourne from Queen Victoria Gardens’. 66 *** A - black on silver PPC ‘St Paul’s Cathedral, Melbourne’. - Multicoloured PPC ‘Emu Paddock, Melbourne Zoo’, nice card. 67 *F A 68 *** A Aviation: black & white real photo PPC ‘Boeing F4B-2’. 69 *** A Bahamas: Raphael House sepia PPC of ‘VICTORIA AVENUE’. Belgium: with printed outline of carnations which have been 70 * Apainted in by the sender. 71 *F A - Nells black & white PPC of ‘Bruxelles La Bourse’ street scene with trams and people, 1922 use to Holland. 72 * AEgypt: Fix & David black & white PPC of ‘Palais de la Compagnie du Canal de Suez à Port-Saïd’, franked with 2m green x2, cancelled with ‘PORT-SAÏD/7VI04 11/’ (B1), to Parramatta, NSW with light duplex arrival of JY5 04. 73 * AFrance: real-photo PPC of ‘Traversée de la Mer de Glace et Hôtel du Montanvert’ with blue handstamp ‘HOTEL DU MONTANVERT/.../MER de GLACE’ on face, cancelled at Chamonix. - L. Ratti black & white PPC of ‘Cherbourg - Exposition Entrée 74 *** A principale.’ - Hautmont black & white PPC ‘Exposition Internationale du 75 *** A Nord de la France - ROUBAIX 1911, Villiage Flamand - la Caberet populaire’. 76 *** A - Multi-Coloured PPC of ‘Exposition Coloniale De Marsielle Palais du Maroc-LL’, beautiful card of the Marseille exhibition 1906. Germany: blue & white PPC of ‘Neubrandenburg Friedländer 77 *F AAussentor’, franked with 10pf red Germania, cancelled with ‘BORGFELD/(MECKLB.)/16.2.12/*2FN*’ (A1-), to Bendigo, Vic, some edge wear. Great Britain - 1908 Franco-British Exhibition: Valentine 78 *** A black & white official PPC of ‘Colonnade: British Applied Arts Palace, Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’ 79 *** A- Valentine’s coloured PPC of ‘Court of Honour, The Great White City, London’, slight corner wear. - Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Colonnade in Court of Honour,/ 80 *** AFranco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, slight corner wear. 81 *F A - Valentines coloured PPC of Palace of Women’s Work, FrancoBritish Exhibition, London, 1908.’, franked with ½d green, cancelled with ‘HAMPSTEAD S.O.N.W/415PM/SP25/08/03’ (A1-), to “Distillery Creek/Tasmania/N.S.W.”. - Valentines coloured PPC of ‘Entrance to Court of Honour, 82 ** B Franco-British Exhibition, London, 1908’, rounded corners, some toning to reverse. 83 *F A Great Britain - 1908 the Great White City: Valentine coloured PPC of ‘Pavilion Delieux, The Great White City, London’, franked with ½d green cancelled with ‘GILLINGHAM - S.O/530PM/ OC27/08/KENT’ (B1) 84 *** A Great Britain - 1911 Coronation Exhibition: Valentine coloured official PPC #776 of ‘English Country Scene,/ Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’. - Valentine coloured official PPC of ‘View from Flip Flap, 85 *** ACoronation Exhibition, London, 1911’, light crease near top. 86 *** A - Valentine coloured official PPC #773 of ‘English Village,/ Coronation Exhibition, London, 1911’.

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Great Britain - 1912 Latin-British Exhibition: Valentine & Sons Multi-Coloured PPC ‘Court of Honour’, Latin-British Exhibition, London 1912, View of boat going up the lake. Great Britain - Isle of Wight: black & white PPC of ‘2. CARISBROOKE (Isle of Wight). - Path leading to Castle. - LL.’, ½d green KGV, cancelled with double-circle Newport of JA19 14. Grenada: black & white PPC of ‘Church Street, St. George’s’, 1907 use to England, framed ‘WEST·BROMWICH/3.45AM/ AU15/07’ (A1) arrival on address side. Japan: black & white PPC of 1914 ‘TOKYO TAISHO EXHIBITION’. Lourenco Marques: Spanos & Tsitsias multi-coloured PPC of ‘Laurenco Marques, Exposição Colonial,/Colonial Exhibition’ 1910 Durban transit, stamp removed. New Zealand: multi-coloured PPC ‘View of Auckland from Mount Eden showing North Shore & Rangitoto’. - Kerry Sydney tinted colour PPC of ‘Lake Waikaremoana’, used at Sydney 15MAR-7. Railways: Black & white PPC with Steam Engine leaving Engine shed. Sweden: Frans Svanstrom & Co black & white PPC of ‘STOCKHOLMSUTSTÄLLNINGEN 1930./Festplatsen med Huvudrestauranten’, view showing crowd at show. Switzerland: F.L. Callier tinted colour PPC of Le Montanvert et le Dru advertising Cailler Chocolate, used at NSW JA3/1907. Trains: Locomotive ‘1070 class No155, rebuilt with variant valve gear’, real photo. United States of America: multi-coloured PPC with frontal view ‘Hotel Del Monte California’. United States of America - Military: Black in pink PPC ‘U.S.S.Iowa in Floating Dry Dock Dewey’, nice card.

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - First Watermark

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2d Grey Die IIA perf ‘OS’, BW #8b, Cat $50. $20 2½d Indigo BW #11, Cat $12. $8 3d Olive Die I BW #13, Cat $30, one shortish perf. $20 3d Olive Die II perf ‘OS’, BW #13ba, Cat $150. $110 3d Olive Die IIB perf ‘OS’, BW #14b, wooly perfs, Cat $35. $20 6d Blue Die II BW #19, Cat $20, cancelled with Sydney $8 Registered of 3MY2?, couple of short perfs. 6d Chestnut Harrison N over M imprint pair, left unit has small closed tear at TRC, BW #21. $200 9d Violet Die II perf ‘OS’, BW #26ba, Cat $60. $25 9d Violet Die IIB perf ‘OS’, BW #27ba, Cat $60. $25 1/- Emerald Die II with part plate 2 ‘CA’ monogram, BW #32zc, Cat $1250 for monogram single, cancelled with ‘TAREE/31JL18/ [N.S.W]’ (A2). What a pity. $50 1/- Emerald Die IIB BW #33, Cat $20, cancelled with ‘EMM[AVIL]LE/6AP26/N.S.W.’ (A2). $12 - perf ‘OS’, BW #33ba, Cat $125. $90 - perf ‘OS’ 25mm Melbourne CTO, BW #33wa, full og, Cat $40. $25 - perf ‘OS’ 28mm Melbourne CTO, BW #33wa, full og, Cat $40. $25 - pair, right unit with white flaw in lower left corner, BW #33(3)e, Cat $90, the left stamp has a nice broken shading line above S of AUST. $50 2/- Brown BW #37, Cat $30. $20 - perf ‘OS’, BW #37ba, Cat $75. $20 2/- Maroon BW #38, Cat $150, one shortish perf. $75 - BW #38, Cat $50. $20 - BW #38. $12 - perf ‘OS’, BW #38ba, Cat $75. $30 5/- Grey & Yellow perf ‘OS’, BW #44b, Cat $200. $60 10/- Grey & Pink perf ‘OS’, BW #48wa, Cat $200, CTO cancel. $80

AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Small Multiple Watermark

164 F A A1 6d Chestnut BW #22. ½d Green break in shading line at left edge opposite Perth 165 *F A- & 1d green KGV, cancelled with ‘GLENELG/25FE31/S.A’ (A1) [2L21], perf small ‘OS’. $10 on long registered cover, 1d is vertically torn with the two parts 101 V A A1 1d Red Die I block of 3 [BR19-20,25-26], unit 19 with weak stuck back together on the cover. shading above Y of PENNY etc and unit 20 with break in value 166 V A B1 6d Chestnut Overprinted ‘OS’ BW #22(OS), Cat $60. circle - State II broken shading line below last A of 167 * A C1 9d Violet BW #28, Cat $75. AUSTRALIA. $15 168 F A A1 - BW #28. 102 DF A C1 - break in value circle above ‘d’ [BR20], on piece. $4 169 F A A1 1/- Emerald BW #34. 103 * A- B1 1d Red Die II BW #3, Cat $30, some gum toning. $15 170 F A B1 2/- Maroon BW #39, Cat $30. 104 V A B1 - broken shading line NW of tip of Cape York [ER44] $5 171 F A B2 10/- Grey & Pink BW #49, Cat $700, couple of short perfs at top. 105 F A B1 1d Red Die IIA notch on inside of right frame 6mm below top [HR40] $5 AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - CofA Watermark 106 * A A1 2d Grey BW #5. $60 172 **/* A A1 6d Chestnut block of 4, BW #23, bottom units MUH, Cat $260. 107 * AB1 - ACSC 5. $60 173 **/* A A1 - block of 4, BW #23, three units MUH, Cat $290+, top right unit 108 F A B1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #5bb, Cat $20. $10 [4R4] with retouched top frame over last A of AUSTRALIA. 109 * A A1 2½d Indigo unplated flaw off SA coast ACSC #9. $85 174 V A A1 - strip of 4, left unit with retouch in top left corner, BW #23(3)f, 110 * AB1 - BW #9A. $75 Cat $75+. 111 F A B1 3d Olive Die II BW #12, Cat $350. $120 175 * A A1 - retouched top frame with additional scratch from Broome 112 G A A1 3d Olive Die I perf large ‘OS’, BW #12ba, Cat $60. $20 to left frame, BW #23(3)ha, Cat $150. 113 * A B2 4d Orange perf large ‘OS’, BW #15ba, rough perfs, Cat $60. $20 176 V A B1 - block of 4 top right unit with retouched top frame with 114 F A C1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #15ba, Cat $70. $20 additional scratch from Broome to left frame, BW #23(3)ha, 115 F A B1 2d Grey coloured flaw below LI of AUSTRALIA perf small Cat $75++, scratch continues into top left unit. ‘OS’, which affects a small part of the flaw, BW #15(U)g, Cat 177 **/* A B1 - Ash imprint block of 4 - Plate 3 (N over N) with white hairline $150. $60 from value circle to map, BW #23(3)z, Cat $550, top right unit 116 F A A1 5d Chestnut BW #16, Cat $45, fine well-centred with clear MLH. central ‘FREMANTL[E]/18SE15/WESTN AUSTRA[LIA]’ cancel. $20 178 ** A B1 - Ash imprint block of 4 - Plate 4 (N over A), BW #23(4)z, Cat 117 F B B2 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #16ba, Cat $65, with unplated flaw off east $500 as hinged, hinged in lower margin only. coast of Victoria and weak BLC, a couple of toned perfs. $35 179 **/* A B1 - Ash imprint block of 4 - Plate 4 (N over A), BW #23(4)z, Cat 118 F A B1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #16ba, Cat $65, with heavy inking of $500, top left unit MLH. coastlines and roo. $32 180 ** A C1 6d Chestnut Overprinted ‘OS’ marginal single, BW #23(OS), 119 F A B1 - perf large ‘OS’, BW #16ba, Cat $65. $30 Cat $100, hinged in margin only. 120 F A A1 6d Blue BW #17. $20 181 V A A1 - pair left unit with notch in top frame near top and right unit 121 F B B1 - perf small ‘OS’, BW #17bc, Cat $35, mild horizontal creasing. $16 with damaged framed and shading lines above US of 122 F A C1 9d Violet BW #24, Cat $40. $12 AUSTRALIA, CTO-style cancel with gum. 123 V A A1 - BW #24, Cat $25, with fine clear CENTRAL ‘TAMBO/9182 V A B1 - CTO, BW #23(OS)w, Cat $100. 30A23SE13/QUEENSLAND’ cancel. $15 183 * A A1 - pair, left unit with retouch in top left corner, BW #23(OS)(3)f, 124 F A A1 - breaks in bottom frame under IN of NINE [2L17], BW Cat $245+. #24(2)i, Cat $175, fine clear central ‘T.O. MYSIA/27JE14/VIC’ 184 * A B1 - white hairline from value circle to map, BW #23(OS)(3)g, cancel. $80 Cat $175. 125 F A B2 - shading missing on top left serif of first N of NINE [C2], perf 185 * A B1 - retouched top frame with additional scratch from Broome small ‘OS’. [Only 4 copies seen (2005 ed)] $40 to left frame, BW #23(OS)(3)ha, Cat $175. 126 F A B1 1/- Emerald BW #30. $20 186 V A B1 - retouched top frame with additional scratch from Broome to left frame, BW #23(OS)(3)ha, Cat $175, CTO AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Second Watermark 187 F A B1 2/- Maroon Die II flaw on S of AUSTRALIA [2L45], BW #40j, 127 V A B1 2d Grey BW #6, Cat $20. $10 Cat $20. 128 F A B1 - pair ACSC #6 cancelled with blue Queensland cds. $30 AUSTRALIA | KGV Single Watermark 129 F A B2 - scratch from value circle through map to T of POSTAGE [2L34], BW #6o, Cat $50, few short perfs. $20 188 F B B1 ½d Green Comb Perf pair, left unit with diagonal scratch 130 * A C1 2½d Indigo BW #10, Cat $75 $65 through left value tablet [7R33], BW #63(7)m, Cat $20, 131 V A B1 - bluish indigo shade, BW #10, Cat $45. $25 cancelled with ‘FREELING/4P19OC27/STH AUSTRALIA’ (A1-), 132 V A B1 6d Blue BW #18, very fine CTO-like corner cancel. $40 toned. 133 F A A1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #18ba, Cat $80. $20 1d Red Rough Paper carmine (aniline) shade on cover to USA, 189 * A134 V A A1 9d Violet BW #25, Cat $90, fine central CDS. $50 BW #71, Cat $50. Underpaid by ½d for printed matter, no tax 135 V A B1 - BW #25(2), Cat $90, with break in inner frame below NI of applied. NINE etc [2L5] $50 190 F A B1 1d Red Smooth Paper carmine-red shade (G10) with 136 F A C1 1/- Emerald BW #31, Cat $100. $20 watermark inverted BW #71Aa. 137 F A B1 - perf ‘OS’, BW #31ba, Cat $175. $120 191 F A C1 - PENAVY [III/23], BW #71(2)d, Cat $20. 138 F A B1 2/- Brown BW #35, Cat $250, fine central CDS. $120 192 F A B1 - angular notch left frame 4mm from top [V/7] 139 F A- A1 5/- Grey & Yellow BW #43, small faults and slight soiled, good 193 V A C1 - nick in top frame near right corner [V/26] perfs, Cat $675. $150 194 F A C1 - damaged lower right frame [V/30], BW #71(3)d, Cat $10. 195 F A A1 - dot before 1 & thin left frame pair, BW #71(3)f,g, Cat $20+, AUSTRALIA | Kangaroos - Third Watermark with ‘BP’ perfin of Burns Philp. 140 G A- B2 2d Grey Die I perf small ‘OS’ with coloured flaw above 1st ‘E’ 196 F A C1 - thinned left frame [VI/22], BW #71(3)g, Cat $10. of ‘PENCE’, BW #7ba, couple of short perfs and some toning. $12 197 F A B1 - sharp notch in TRC [VII/13] 100 F A A2

$20 $48 $40 $28 $20 $12 $16 $440 $100 $120 $50 $70 $70 $200 $300 $200 $60 $80 $35 $100 $70 $70 $70 $12

$11 $30 $4 $12 $6 $5 $7 $20 $7 $5


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198 F A B1 199 F A C1 200 W A C1 201 DF A C1 202 V A A1 203 F A C1 204 ** A C1 205 DF A C1 206 F 207 ** 208 F 209 F 210 F

A B1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A C1

211 F A C1 212 F A A1 213 F A B1 214 F A C1 215 F A C1 216 F A B1 217 F A C1 218 F A C1 219 F A B1 220 F B C1 221 F 222 F 223 V 224 F

A C1 A B1 A C2 A C1

225 V A C1 226 F A B1 227 F A A1 228 F A B1 229 F A D1 230 F A B1 231 F A B1 232 F A C1 233 F A C1 234 F A B1 235 F A C1 236 F A- B1 237 F A- C1 238 F A B2 239 F A C1 240 F A B1 241 F A B2 242 F A C1 243 V A B1 244 DF A C1 245 F 246 F 247 F 248 F

A A1 A B1 A C1 A B1

249 F A C1 250 F A C1 251 F A- B1 252 F A- C1 253 F A C1 254 V A B1 255 F A C1 256 V A C1 257 F A C1

- vertical spur on right edge of crown top [VIII/48] - dot NE of crown top - prior to development of secret mark [VII/1], BW #71(4)d, cancelled 19NO14. - break in top frame & weeping pearl [VII\7], BW #71(4)e. 1d Red Rough Paper lovely rich deep rosine shade, BW #72J (red-rosine sub-group), Cat $100, on piece, cancelled with ‘KEARSLEY/25MR18/N.S.W.’ (A1 - ERD). - pair perf ‘OS’, right unit PENAVY [III/23], BW #72(2)d, Cat $20. 1d Violet nick near top of left frame [VII/32], BW #76(4)g, Cat $15. 1d Green perf ‘OS’ marginal single, BW #77ba, Cat $20, margin creased. 1½d Brown Die I top left corner of crown shaved off etc [C162] 1½d Green Die I perf ‘OS’, BW #88ba, Cat $15. 1½d Red Die I perf ‘OS’, BW #89ba, Cat $25. - white flaw through oval above O of POSTAGE [13L5] - horizontal flaw on roo’s rump etc [13L31] - broken shading lines above U of AUST [13L37 - by Fiora, different to flaws for this position in handbook] - scratch from P of POSTAGE to just left of H of HALFPENCE, etc [13R12] - vertical pair, upper unit with white flaw on oval below L of ALIA [13R27] - white flaw on oval below L of ALIA [13R27] - vertical pair lower unit vertical scratch through Kangaroo [13L13], BW #89(13)e, Cat $10, cancelled with ‘COLBINABBIN EAST/16FE25/VIC.’ (A2). - diagonal white flaw in right value tablet [14L35], BW #89(14)i, Cat $10. - fraction bar at right recut, BW #89(14)j, Cat $10. - white flaw in front of emu’s face, and lower right frame thinned or missing, 2 large compartment lines near TRC [14R56], BW #89(14)l, Cat $10. - white flaw in front of emu’s face etc - 1st state prior to lower right frame thinning [14R56 ], BW #89(14)l. - retouched BRC, state II, with additional white flaw on stem of right wattles [14R58], BW #89(14)ma, Cat $20. - L & F of HALFPENCE joined - State I [15L39], several toned areas on perfs. - small notch on white margin on BRC [15R24] - spot below tail of figure 2 in right value shield etc [15R29] - notch in right side of right angle at base [15R54] - spur on left side of first A of AUSTRALIA [15L38], BW #89(15)e, Cat $10. - spur on left side of first A of AUSTRALIA [15L38], BW #89(15)e, Cat $10. - white flaws on oval opposite emu’s neck & at top of emu’s leg etc [16R30] - break in shading lines right of emu’s rear leg [16R47] - eight wattles at left [16L7], BW #89(16)e, Cat $10, 2nd state with additional flaw right of THREE. - white flaw in crown [16L37] perf ‘OS’, BW #89(16)g, Cat $10. - S of AUST joined to outer oval etc [17L51] - notch below ‘L’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’, break in 3rd shading line left of right wattle stem etc - state II [17L56] - small bulb-shaped flaw on L of ALIA etc [17R8] - stroke joining top of ‘L’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ to outer oval [17R17] - flaw on left side of final ‘A’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ etc [17R46] - white flaw below AL of AUSTRALIA [17L7], BW #89(17)d, Cat $10. - scratched electro [17R3], BW #89(17)i, Cat $10, some perf toning. - gash in left frame and kangaroo - retouched [17R43], BW #89(17)qa, small abrasion, Cat $10. - white spots over ‘S’ of ‘AUSTRALIA’ and in front of emu’s breast with additional white spot in King’s hair [17R48], BW #89(17)rb, Cat $10. - large spot touching inside of emu’s leg [18R30] - white flaw on C of PENCE etc - State I [18R54] - retouched SW corner - State II [18L24], BW #89(18)f, Cat $10. - break in top frame ½mm from crown top [19R23] - retouched white oval above IA & associated broken shading lines etc [19R34], partially obscured by postmark. - white flaws in upper frame at right & in oval left of emu’s head [19R5], BW #89(19)g. - white flaw under left leg of A of RAL etc - 2nd state [21L17] - scratch through shading lines left of crown [21L38] - flaws below TR of STR etc [21L59] - notch in lower frame 7mm from BRC and rough upper right frame [21R19] - broken shading lines behind roo’s shoulder [21R31] - right side of crown top shaved - State I [21R43] - compartment line down entire length of right side [21R60], couple of toned perfs. - retouched upper left corner - late state [21L1], BW #89(21)d, few tonespots. - vertical scratch through kangaroo’s paw [21L10], BW #89(21)h, Cat $10. - vertical scratch through kangaroo’s paw & white flaw in left side of crown [21L10], BW #89(21)ha, Cat $10. - deformed top to crown [21L19], BW #89(21)i. - Further Retouch to Two-Billed Emu, BW #89(21)ia, Cat $10. - no top to crown [21R9], BW #89(21)k.

$5

258 F A C1

$5 $8

259 F A- A1 260 F A C2 261 DF A B1

$65 $20

262 F A- C1

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

263 F A A1 264 F A B1 265 F A C1 266 F A B1 267 F A B1 268 F A B2 269 F A B1

$7 $5

270 F A B1

$10 $5

271 F A B1 272 F A B1

$10

273 DF A C1 274 F A B1

$12 $8

275 * A C1 276 F A B3

$10

277 *

A B1

$10

278 F A- C1 279 F A- C1

$15

280 F A C1

$5 $5 $6 $5

281 F 282 F 283 F 284 F

$7 $7

285 V A B1 286 F A A1 287 * A- A1

$5 $6

288 F A A1 289 F A B1

$6 $10 $5

290 F A B1 291 F A B1 292 F A B1

$12 $5

293 D A B1 294 F A C2

$8 $6

295 V A B1

$9 $6 $10 $8 $5 $5 $8 $5 $4 $10 $10 $6 $6 $6 $5 $5

A B1 A C1 A C1 A C1

296 F A B1 297 F A B1 298 F A B1 299 F A C1 300 F A A1 301 V A B1 302 DF A B1 303 F A A1 304 V A A2 305 V A C1 306 F A C1 307 F 308 * 309 F 310 F

A B1 A B1 A C1 A C1

311 F A- C1

$6

312 *

A- C1

$6

313 F A- C1

$8

314 F A D1

$8 $6 $8 $6

315 F A- B1 316 F A- C1

- notch in upper frame about 6mm from TRC and upper left corner shaved off [22L10] - notch in right side of emu’s tail [22L30], rounded corner. - white flaw on top of L of AUSTRALIA [22L36] - top frame broken left of crown with small break at right of crown etc [22L43] - long white flaw in right frame at base [22L46], few tone spots. - two notches in upper frame about 7mm from TLC, etc [22L57] - bottom left serif of I of ALIA bulbous, etc [22R2] - white horizontal line in right segment of crown joins vertical line [22R18] - dent in left frame 6mm from TLC and upper left corner shaved off [22R28] - notch below O of POSTAGE in TRC of value tablet [22R33] - LVT - bottom serif of large 1 and 2 joined etc [22R48] - Cracked cliché - white flaw between 1st bloom of right wattles and top frame extending horizontally through 2nd pearls in crown [22R50 - now considered to be a scratch]. A surprising absence from the catalogued flaws. - notch on inner side of left frame 2¾mm from top & blurry spot in front of emu’s leg [22R53] - white flaw above emu’s foot [22R59] - white scratch through left wattle stem, and notched bottom frame under ‘N’ of ‘PENCE’ etc [22L1], BW #89(22)d. - blurred flaw on crown [22L7], BW #89(22)f. - scratch in right value tablet - State I - notched left frame at top not present [22L19], uncatalogued state of BW #89(22)h. - thin RAL retouch [22L28], BW #89(22)j, Cat $20. - split lower frame at left and white flaw in right value tablet - advanced state [22R6], BW #89(22)m. - ‘Eight Wattles’ retouch - State III [22R44], BW #89(22)pb, Cat $35, one toned perf. - retouch to BRC with tick below right value tablet [23L1] - break in shading lines between band of crown and right wattle spray [23L29], mild toning. - scratch running from base of left value shield, through shading lines and into lower frame [23L30] - diagonal flaw in middle leaflet in left wattles etc [23L53] - diagonal cut in right frame opposite RVT - State II [23L56] - large spot on roo’s back just behind the elbow [23R41] - small vertical white flaw between U & S of AUSTRALIA [23R48] - diagonal scratch down right side of left wattles [23R49] - white flaw on emu’s leg [23R29], BW #89(23)o. - no top to crown [23R58], BW #89(23)r, Cat $20, rounded NRC. - no top to crown [23R58], BW #89(23)r - break in shading lines at left of uppermost leaf at left of right wattle spray [24L45] - white flaw at leftmost tip of right wattles [24L45] - damaged shading lines right of RVT [24L54] - lower frame missing below PE of PENCE [24R21], partially obscured by pmk. - white flaw in oval below TR of AUSTRALIA [24R58] - white spot in top frame at left corner state III with vertical scratches through right side [24R56], BW #89(24)pb, Cat $15, rounded BLC. - long compartment line from crown top to right of right angle [25-28L5, 26 or 28] - diagonal cut in top right leaf of right wattles [25-28L36] - first E of THREE joined to E of PEN, etc [25-28R51 not 25 or 28] - top frame at left nearly broken by white diagonal flaw [2528R59] - damaged shading lines below rightmost leaflets of left wattles etc [28R54] - eight wattles at left [25-28L26], BW #89(25-28)e. - neckless emu retouch and flaw below left value tablet [2528R30], BW #89(25-28)m. - diagonal scratch in shading above A of RAL and small notch in underside of top frame near right end [H78] - spur on top of A of POSTAGE, etc [H115] - coloured vertical flaw below LVT [H146] - diagonal flaw on tail of right 2 [H215], cancelled with early ‘[T.P].O. 13/?MY25/[VIC.]’. - missing shading lines above right wattles produces wider white border, etc [H237] - broken bottom bar of E of POSTAGE [H408] 2d Orange Die I BW #95, Cat $20. - prominent tinshed flaw on left & right wattles. - dry ink perf ‘OS’ with thick compartment line above top right frame [BXXIII5], BW #95c, Cat $100. - perf ‘OS’ with top right corner of crown top missing, flaw on top of N of PENCE etc [1L24], light crease. - left end of shading lines missing left of left wattle stem and roo etc [1L58], slight gum sheen on face. - line joining Maltese cross in crown is broken at right by coloured flaw etc [2L38], fluffy perfs, light tone. - perf ‘OS’ with break in shading line below left value shield at left - State I (prior to formation of crack) [3R14], fluffy perfs. - perf ‘OS’ with notch in left frame about 12mm above lower frame [3R49], toned corner perf. - horizontal scratch through top wattles [4L52], BW #95(4)h, Cat $20, couple of toned spots.

$6 $4 $5 $5 $4 $7 $6 $5 $8 $5 $6

$20 $6 $6 $6 $6 $6 $10 $8 $20 $4 $6 $5 $5 $6 $6 $5 $6 $8 $10 $5 $6 $5 $5 $4 $8 $10 $8 $5 $6 $12 $6 $7 $8 $8 $5 $8 $6 $8 $8 $12 $10 $60 $10 $15 $8 $10 $8 $12


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 317 F A B1 318 F A- C1 319 F A D2 320 F A- C1 321 F A- D2 322 F A- C1 323 F A C1 324 F A D1 325 F A- D1 326 F A D1 327 F A- D1 328 F A B1 329 F A- D1 330 F A D1 331 F A C1 332 F A C2 333 F A C1 334 F A- D1 335 F A C1 336 F A C1 337 F A C2 338 * 339 DF 340 F 341 F 342 F 343 F 344 V

A C1 A C1 A C1 A C1 A A1 A B1 A C1

345 F A C1 346 F A C2 347 F A C1 348 F A- D1 349 F A C1 350 F A C2 351 F 352 F 353 F 354 F

A A1 A C1 A B1 A B1

355 V 356 F 357 F 358 G 359 F 360 F 361 F

A C1 A D1 A B1 A B1 A B1 A C1 A C1

362 F A- B1 363 V A B1 364 F A C1 365 F A C1 366 F A- B1 367 F A C1 368 F A B1 369 F A C1 370 F A B1 371 F A B1 372 F A- C1 373 F A B1 374 * A- B1

- indentation in lower frame at right corner and spot below point of emu’s beak [5R29], fluffy perfs. $8 - flaw in inner left frame towards BLC [6L7], one toned perf and tiny pinhole. $10 - dot between T and W of TWO [6L37], one short perf. $6 - linear projection on upper frame at left, bulging upper frame at right, flaws within right frame about 2mm and 6mm below TRC etc [6R6], couple of toned perfs. $12 - downward flaw from lower curved line in upper left part of crown [8AR13], corner bend and missing corner perf. $8 - perf ‘OS’ with large flaw in lower frame towards BRC [B9], couple of small tone spots. $10 - left third of crown top missing, small compartment line below lower frame in line with left frame [BaII7] $10 - notch in lower frame 1.25mm from BLC [BaII12] $8 - notch in top frame near TLC [BaIV43], small bend and minor stain on back. $8 - notch on inner margin of left frame 7mm below TLC [BaIV57] $8 - flaw in upper frame on white border near TLC [BaVI56], one toned perf. $8 - bump on lower frame 1mm from BLC and compartment line and spots below lower frame at left [BXVIII22] $10 - horizontal line between pearls on left of crown [BXVIII24], couple of toned corner perfs. $8 - break in shading line behind emu’s rear leg, 8th shading line missing right of right value shield etc [BXXX12] $8 2d Red Die I transient large coloured flaw through right side of crown. $10 - perf ‘OS’, BW #96b, Cat $15. $5 - broken shading line on King’s cheek and coloured flaw on eye [10L6] $4 - indentation in right frame 1.25mm long starting about 10mm below TRC [9R30], some toned perfs. $6 - dot below centre of A of AGE [10L4] $5 - broken shading lines above O of POST and around roo’s tail [10L50] $8 - thick protruding BLC and spot in left frame in centre of upper projecting point [10L55] $8 - white spot after right 2 [10R27] BW #96(10)f. $30 - white flaws on 2 at right [10R56], BW #96(10)h, Cat $18. $15 - small notch in right frame opposite RVT [11R21] $8 - broken top to crown, BW #96(11)j, Cat $18. $13 - spot on roo’s hip etc [12R2] $6 - scratch alongside top right side of left wattles [12R13] $8 - dot alongside 4th pearl down on right side - State II broken shading line below right edge of King’s eye [12R42] $8 - indentations in lower frame from 3 to 8mm left of LRC and angled scratch between end of roo’s tail and leg [12R59] $10 - part of left half of crown top missing and bulging upper frame towards TRC [12AL24], blunt corner. $8 - part of left half of crown top missing and bulging upper frame at right [12AL24] $8 - flaw runs through right foot of emu, break in 10th shading line on King’s neck etc [12AR6], couple of toned perfs. $8 - break in top of crown top and break in upper frame just left of crown top etc [12AR25] $8 - circular flaw in lower left corner of right value tablet and damaged crown top - State II [12AR39] $5 - recut right 2 [12AR54], BW #96(12A)g, Cat $75. $40 - top frame broken close to left side of crown top [13L12] $8 - comma-shaped flaw outside BLC etc [13L50] $8 - large white flaw in crown top, crown top slopes from left to right [13R4] $5 - 2 thick compartment marks at BLC [13R37] $6 - spot on outer right border of right value shield [14R5] $8 - damaged right frame opposite wattles [14R22] $8 - dot above tail of 2 in RVT [14R27] $8 - characteristic compartment mark in BLC [14R29] $6 - retouched face [14L12], BW #96(14)e, Cat $400. $200 - white flaws in left wattles and frame above [14L25], BW #96(14)f, Cat $20. $15 - white vertical line between I & A of ALIA, notch in lower frame 1½mm from LRC etc [15L37], small bluish stain. $8 - notch and line on outside edge of top angle of left frame [15R19] $8 - white flaws on King’s cheek, in front of neck and over S of POSTAGE [15L27], BW #96(15)d, Cat $20. $15 - notch in left frame etc - State I but with break opposite left wattle leaf from State II but no other State II flaws [15R36] $8 - notch 6mm below TLC in left frame and small flaw below lower left point of 2 in left value shield [16L45], toned corner perf. $8 - shading lines 15 & 16 broken at left of crown [16L60] $8 - damaged right frame opposite wattle stem and emu’s neck etc [16R20] $8 - irregular notch in bottom frame below left edge of LVT [16R57] $8 2d Red-Brown Die I unplated vertical break through 3 shading lines above right wattles, BW #97, Cat $35, light gum toning. $15 4d Orange wmk inverted, BW #110a, Cat $30. $12 - lemon-yellow shade, BW #110C, Cat $30, cancelled with $25 ‘[W]OOLAMAI/10AP16/VIC’ (A2). 4d Blue Cooke Plates BW #112, Cat $15. $8 - left frame broken at top [2L7], BW #112(2)d, Cat $120, small thin on back and one toned perf. $50

375 F A B1 376 * B C1 377 F A C1 378 F A B1 379 F A B1

380 *

A C1

381 F A D1 382 F A A1 383 ** A B1

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4d Olive BW #114, Cat $15. $8 - white horizontal flaw below crossbar of left 4 [3L54], a few tonespots, apparently only found in this printing. $30 4½d Violet Die I white flaw on roo’s eye [1R12] $10 - perf ‘OS’, BW #118b, Cat $75. $40 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Single Line Perf missing right end of shading line behind right wattle, notch in right frame beside value tablet, bump on bottom frame below ‘E’ of ‘PENCE’ & second pearl at left enlarged [1L45], cancelled with ‘WONTHAG[GI]/2/315P 3OC21/VIC’ (A2). $20 5d Chestnut Die I Smooth Paper Comb Perf two blurry flaws to left of right 5 [1L54], hinge remainder. $40 - spot in lower left corner of left value shield etc [1R52] cancelled ‘GOODWOOD/6JL22/·Q[UEENSLA]ND·’ (A2 - Rated R). $10 1/4d Greenish Blue pair, BW #128, Cat $70+, off parcel, right unit with small faults, cancelled with Rundle St squared-circle. Pairs are uncommon. $35 - perf ‘OS’ ACSC #128ba. $250

AUSTRALIA | KGV - Large Multiple Watermark 384 * A A1 385 V A A1 386 F A C1 387 DF A B1 388 F A- C1

1d Red Harrison Printing carmine-rose shade, BW #74A. - deep carmine-rose shade, BW #74B, with prominent compartment mark on TLC and top of left frame. 1d Green perf ‘OS’, BW #78b, Cat $30. 1½d Brown Die I small dot under P pof POSTAGE - State I [5L10] - no top to crown [8L53], BW #86(8)j, Cat $15, a little grubby.

$30 $20 $15 $5 $8

AUSTRALIA | KGV - No Watermark 389 **/* A A1

1d Green block of 6 (3**) BW #79.

$45

AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 14 390 ** A B1 391 G A B1 392 F A C1 393 ** A- C1 394 F A B1 395 F A C1 396 F A B1

1½d Red Die II marginal block of 4, BW #91, Cat $100+. $50 - vertical cut right of first bloom of left wattles and split frame left of HALF [1L20 - late state], BW #91(1)d, Cat $15. $6 - Break in the second vertical shading line on the King’s neck from the right [2R48] $3 - golden scarlet shade pair [4R27-8] left unit with Type B reentry - compartment line at left BW #91(4)ia, Cat $100+, a couple of light tonespots on back of each stamp. $40 3d Blue Die Ia Type A Perf ‘OS’ with wmk inverted, ACSC 106aa. $100 4d Olive small white vertical flaw on roo’s hip [4L34] $50 1/4d Greenish Blue ACSC 129. $125

AUSTRALIA | KGV - Small Multiple Watermark Perf 13½x12½ 397 F 398 F 399 V 400 F

A B1 A C1 A C1 A- B2

401 F A- B1 402 ** A A1 403 F A A1 404 F A- B1 405 * A C1 406 ** A B1 407 F A B2 408 V A- B1

1½d Red Die II perf ‘OS’ ACSC #92bc. $5 - spur on right corner of crown top [1L3] $4 - no top to crown [1R1], BW #92(1)i. $6 - diagonal flaw in right frame above first angle [3L2], minor stain. $3 - spear in emu’s back [4R30], BW #92(4)j, couple of toned perfs. $8 2d Red Die II Golden Scarlet shade Ash Imprint block of 4 (Stamps **). $100 2d Red Die III 8th shading line between RVT and right frame missing etc [3R39] $4 3d Blue Die Ia type A perf ‘OS’ pair with retouch to crown top & coloured flaws behind emu’s neck [4L28-9], small tear in 4L28. $20 - Type B Perf ‘OS’ ACSC 107bb. $100 4d Olive Overprinted ‘OS’ left marginal horizontal pair, BW #116(OS), Cat $70, minor bend. $30 4½d Violet Die I BW #120, Cat $30. $15 4½d Violet Die II BW #121, CTO, with full gum, gum toned. $55

AUSTRALIA | KGV - CofA Watermark 409 ** A B1

410 ** A B1 411 F A B1 412 ** A A1 413 F A B1 414 F A B1 415 F A B2 416 F A- B1 417 G A- B1 418 F A B1 419 F A C1 420 F A B1 421 V A C1

1½d Red-Brown Die II block of 6 [1R27-28,33-34,39-40], unit 33 with break in lower frame under L of HALF and unit 39 with shallow notch in left frame about 6mm below TLC, etc, minor perf separation. 2d Red Die III ACSC 103. - end of 6th shading line below emu’s tail missing [3R59] 2d Red Die III Overprinted ‘OS’ marginal example ACSC 103(OS). 5d Orange-Brown Die II white flaw above 2nd wattle at left [3L22] - breaking in 10th shading line (counting down) at right of right wattle spray and protrusions on upper frame in right half [3L24] - dot above and joined to left leaf of right fleur-de-lis of crown [3L44] - flaw joins diamond and line above in crown and flaw at base of 1st wattle of right wattle spray [3L49], small tone. - flaw above kangaroo’s ears BW #127, Cat $20, couple of tones. - white flaw beside top wattle at left [3L32], BW #127(3). - break in 16th-19th lines up near right frame, etc [3R31] cancelled with ‘CALEN/2FE35/QLD.’ (B2) on roughly opened cover with provisional registration label. - broken top frame at left [3L56], BW #127(3)h, Cat $20. - flaw between ‘AG’ of ‘POSTAGE’ [3R20], BW #127(3)i, Cat $20.

$60 $5 $4 $20 $8 $10 $10 $8 $12 $8 $25 $10 $12


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422 F B C2

- white flaw on ‘d’ in right ‘5d’ - State I [3R43], BW #127(3)l, cancelled with poor ‘REGISTERED/11JE35/ROCKHAMPTON’ (B2 - better backstamp) on cover with provisional ‘Bluff’ registration label, paper adhesion on top left of stamp and corner bend LRC.

468 ** A- A1 469 ** A $40

AUSTRALIA | Other Pre-Decimals 423 ** A C1 424 ** A A1 425 ** A A1 426 ** A A1 427 *

A

428 **/* A 429 *

A- A1

430 F A A2 431 ** A A1 432 *F A-

433 ** A B1 434 ** 435 ** 436 ** 437 V

A A1 A A1 A A1 A

438 ** AB1 439 ** A B1 440 F B 441 F 442 V A- B1 443 ** A A1 444 ** A 445 * A A1 446 *

A- A1

447 F A- A1

448 **/* A A1 449 F A B1 450 ** A A1 451 ** A B1 452 ** A B1 453 ** A A1 454 ** A A1 455 ** A/A456 ** A A1

471 ** A A1

1930 Sturt 1½d Plate 7 TRC block of 4, BW #140zf, Cat $10. $8 1931 Kingsford Smith 6d dull violet BW #143. $10 1931-38 Kingsford Smith Airmail marginal example ACSC #144. $30 1932-37 Large Lyrebird block of 4, BW #145, Cat $320, with ‘VG’ perfin (2 reversed & 2 normal). $180 1932-37 6d Large Kookaburra plate 1 imprint block of 4, BW #150z, heavy hinge remainders, Cat $60. $20 1934 Macarthur 3d blue block of 4 (2**) with John Ash Imprint ACSC 159z. $50 1934-49 1/6d Hermes No Wmk, BW #161, Cat $40, small tone spot on reverse. $20 1935 Anzac set of 2, BW #164-5, Cat $35. $20 - 2d TRC block of 4 with Plate No 2, BW #164ze. $5 1935 Silver Jubilee 3d blue Silver Jubilee & 2d red KGV, cancelled with ‘SHIP MAIL ROOM/3/11A 7OC35/MELBOURNE’ (A1-) on plain air cover, backstamped with ‘CANBERRA/ 7OC35/F.C.T’ (A1-) arrival, couple of small toned spots. $30 - 3d blue plate 1 pair, right unit with apostrophe before V, BW #167h, Cat $35+. $25 - 3d TRC Plate 1 block of 4, BW #167za, Cat $30. $25 1936 Cable 3d Plate 1 TLC block of 4, BW #170z, Cat $25. $15 - 3d Plate 1 TRC block of 4, BW #170za, Cat $25. $15 1937-38 1d Green QE Die I & 2d red Die 1 27mm gutter imprint blocks of 6, BW #181zu,187zu, both cancelled on first day at Alexandria. $20 1937-38 2d Red KGVI Die I John Ash Imprint block of 4 ACSC 187zt. $12 1938-41 KGVI Definitives 1d red-brown QE, No wmk, coil join pair with large & small holes, BW #188bb, Cat $20+. $12 1938-41 2d Red KGVI Die II false coil stamp with normal perfs, coil teeth damage confirms uses as coil, some toning issues. $50 1941-44 2d Mauve KGVI false coil stamp with normal perfs, coil teeth damage confirms uses as coil. $20 1937-41 3d Blue KGVI Die IA, BW #192, Cat $25, toned perf at top. $12 - Die II thick paper John Ash Imprint pair ACSC 193za. $120 1940 AIF set ACSC 218-31. (4) $40 - 1d bright green marginal pair with broken rifle butt [LrSh L2/2], BW #218e, Cat $20. $15 - 1d bright green pair with broken rifle butt [LrSh L2/2], BW #218e, lightly aged gum, Cat $20. $10 1944-51 2d Purple KGVI No Wmk 2 coil strips of 6 on piece, BW #229bb, Cat $30+, top left pair shows coil join, very lightly cancelled 11DE51, small closed tear affecting 3rd unit of left strip. $25 1948 1/6d Hermes Authority Imprint block of 4 (2**) ACSC 261zd. $10 1954 Royal Visit 3½d carmine-red, with Re-entry in ‘ROYAL VISIT’ & ‘3½D’ etc [ShC 8/2], BW #308i, Cat $40. $15 1959-66 QEII Definitives 1d purple TRC block of 6 with re-entry through ‘ALIA’ & corner ornament [ShtD 1/8], BW #347h, Cat $20+. $16 1962-66 QEII 2d Brown Helecon Paper coil perf pair with coil join, BW #349bb, Cat $30. $12 1959-66 QEII Definitives 3d Green Ordinary paper, part plate 3 (35mm lines above) coil perf right side block of 32 (2x16), BW #350zb, Cat $300+. $240 1963-66 Birds set of 8 (no helecon papers), BW #412-22, Cat $33. $12 - 2/5d Blue Wren, cream paper corner block of 4 ACSC #420. $50 1965 Lawrence Hargrave complete left pane of 48 with autotron bars in purple & sepia & sheet number in red, BW #433, odd marginal wrinkle, Cat $22. $14 1965 Christmas lower autotron (black & glod) block of 4, BW #435za. $4

AUSTRALIA | Decimal Issues 457 V A 458 ** A B1 459 ** A B1 460 ** A B1 461 ** A 462 ** A A1 463 ** A A1 464 ** A A1 465 ** A 466 ** A A1 467 ** A

1980s-2011 wide range of mainly FU or CTO High-Values, incl $5 & $10 issues, minor duplication, some on small piece. (130) 1966-73 QEII Definitives 1c red-brown block of 4, BLC unit with recut shading between TR and mouth [ShC 10/9] - 1c red-brown strip of 69, 2nd unit with recut shading between 1 & c, type II, BW #436oa, Cat $15+. - 4c red helecon paper, block of 8 showing upper plate number ‘-24-’, BW #440zhd, Cat $30 (for block of 20 with perf pips). 1966-73 5c Blue QEII good offset block of 4, BW #444c, Cat $300 for very strong offset. 1966-74 Navigators 50c Dampier, BW #461, Cat $15. 1966 Royal Life Saving retouch left of swimmer’s foot [RtSh 6/4] in TRC block of 12 (2x6). 1967 4c Bible Society BRC block of 6 with sheet number, BW #473zb. 1967 Gynaecologists & Obstetrics Conference white flaw joining BS of OBSTETRICS in sheet number block of 8, BW #477d, Cat $16+. 1967 Christmas 25c autotron block of 8, BW #479z, Cat $16. 1968 Floral Emblems set in corner blocks of 4 ACSC #483-8.

470 ** A A1

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

472 ** A 473 * A A1 474 ** A A1 475 ** A 476 ** A 477 ** A 478 ** A479 ** A 480 ** A A1 481 ** A B1 482 ** A 483 ** A B1 484 ** A A1 485 ** A A1 486 ** A A1 487 ** A A1 488 ** A A1 489 ** A B1 490 ** A A1 491 ** A A1 492 ** A B1 493 ** B B1 494 ** A A1 495 ** A A1 496 ** A A1 497 ** B B1 498 ** A A1 499 ** A 500 ** A A1 501 ** A B1 502 **/F A B1 503 ** A 504 ** A 505 ** A 506 ** A 507 ** A A1 508 ** A A1 509 ** A 510 ** A 511 ** A 512 ** A 513 ** A 514 V A

1968-74 Floral Emblems 15c Blue Gum autotron block of 8, BW #485z, Cat $16+, toning in margin . 1968 Building Societies Congress upper & lower pane blocks of 8 with red sheet number under 5/7, BW #493zc,zd, Cat $12. 1968 5c Christmas pair left unit with hole in tree at lower left [LP 2/9], BW #494d. 1969 England-Australia Flight Anniversary se-tenant strip of 3, BW #514, left unit with black flaw on ‘E’ of ‘ENGLAND’. - marginal se-tenant block of 9 ACSC #515cb. 1970 Standard Gauge Rail 5c, BW #516, with weak ‘k’ in ‘link’. 1970 Royal Visit 5c block of 20 (2x10), all right units showing top of tiara extends beyond top frame, BW #519da, Cat $40 - 30c marginal block of 20 with two retouches in upper left of flag [RP 7/3], BW #520f, Cat $25+. 1970 Cook Bicentenary 5c green diagonal flaw left of small ship at top [UP 3/9] in marginal block of 8. - Miniature Sheet, ACSC #528. 1970-73 National Development 7c retouch in dark blue below centre of pylon [RP 8/2], BW #538f, tonespots, Cat $15. 1970 Parliamentary Conference 6c autotron block of 4, with retouch above ‘6c’ [UP 5/1] & retouch under base of flame [LP 1/2], BW #542h, Cat $15. 1970 Dairy Congress 6c with retouch to back of technician’s neck [LP 3/1] TLC strip of 3, BW #543d. 1970 United Nations retouch in blue above ‘Au’ of ‘Australia’ [LP 2/2], BW #545e. 1970 ANA 6c lower pane sheet number block of 15, with retouch in blue left of lowest star & retouch in blue right of lowest star, BW #545za, Cat $20. 1971 Australia - Asia 20c Sea Craft with retouch in green left of junk, BW #554f, Cat $15. 1971-72 Animals set of 3 in blocks of 4, BW #560-2, Cat $13. 1971 Aboriginal Art 35c Grave Posts, white paper, BLC block of 4, BLC unit with retouched ‘AR’ of ‘ART’ [L5/1], BW #570f, Cat $12. 1971 Christmas sheet number se-tenant block of 25, left pane, BW #578za, Cat $125. 1972-76 Pioneer Life 60c communications, white paper, right marginal gutter block of 8, BW #616, with right column showing extended vertical weakness [UP9/10-LP2/10] 1973 Metric Conversion 7c Length corner block of 4, BLC unit with black dot on ‘M’ of ‘Metric’ [ShC L5/1], BW #624g, Cat $12. 1973-80 Marine Life 2c Coral Crab, bottom marginal block of 4 with partial colour bar strip, BW #637, with black spot outside right margin. - 2c Coral Crab, BLC vertical block of 10, BW #637, left centre unit with nick in base of claw [ShB R8/1] - 2c Coral Crab, left marginal horizontal pair, left unit with 2 orange dots on large nipper [ShB L5/1], BW #637f. 1973 Sydney Opera House 7c in blocks of 4 in both perforations, BW #653-4, Cat $15. 1973 Architecture 7c Opera House block of 4 left units with vertical retouch through right side of stamp [ShA 6/1,7/1], BW #654d, Cat $16++, couple of tone spots on varietal units. 1974 Newspaper Sesquicentenary TLC block of 4, BW #678, BLC unit with weakness in dots right of A [L 2/1] - BRC block of 4, BW #678, TLC unit with black dot inside top curl of A [L 4/9] 1974 Christmas 10c, Plate 4 left marginal number & perf pip block of 4, BW #680zf, Cat $15. - 10c block of 4 with Plate ‘5’ left, BW #680zh, Cat $20, a few spots of rust. - 10c, Plate ‘7’ right marginal number & perf pip block of 4, BW #680zm, Cat $20. 1978-84 Birds 2c Crimson Finch TLC block of 4, unit 2/2 with flaw through T of AUSTRALIA, BW #802d. 1980 National Stamp Week M/S optd Sydpex 80 National Stamp Exhibition plated set of 25 ACSC #879 Cat $40. (25) 1980 Aircraft 22c pair one with large red dot on wing (ShA L6/3-4), BW #883e, Cat $10. 1985 Terra Australis - Navigators used set of 4 & MUH minisheet, BW #1097-1101. 1993 Dinosaurs $3.60 m/s, BW #1686. 1993 Bangkok 1993 Overprint on Dinosaurs M/S, BW #1686c. 1994-2000 Counter Printed Stamps - Kangaroos & Koalas 45c joined strip of six with Aeropex overprint. 1994 Sydney Stamp Show Overprint on Zoos M/S, BW #1773ca. 1999 Arthur Boyd 45c sheetlet of 10. 2000 Centenary of Women in the Olympics 45c Sheetlet of 10, BW #2344z. 2006 Whales M/S. 2006 Commonwealth Games M/S. - full set of all stamps and sheetlets in special booklet, includes dustjacket. 2007 APEC sheetlet of 10. 2008 Beijing Olympics Book includes the 10 gold medalist sheets and digitally printed pairs. 2009 CTO Year Set on Hagners in official folder.

AUSTRALIA | Booklets 515 B** A 1953-57 QEII 3/6d 3½d carmine-red CofA wmk with wax interleaving, ACSC #B57a. $8 516 B** A1957-59 4/- QEII 4d claret with ‘British Commonwealth’ on inside $12 front etc, BW #B60B, some soiling on front cover. $30 517 B** A 1959-60 4/- QEII 4d lake, ACSC #B61 Cat $50. 518 B** A 1960 5d Blue QEII booklet pane of 6 .

$6 $6 $6 $8 $12 $4 $30 $30 $5 $10 $3 $10 $6 $4 $12 $6 $5 $6 $60 $20 $8 $4 $5 $4 $8 $3 $5 $5 $8 $5 $11 $5 $35 $4 $4 $4 $4 $10 $3 $4 $4 $5 $4 $70 $6 $80 $20

$40 $50 $35 $20


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 519 B* A 520 B** A 521 B** A 522 B** A A1 523 B** A 524 B** A525 B** A 526 B** A 527 B** 528 B** 529 B** 530 B** 531 B** 532 B** 533 B**

A A A A A A A

1967-68 Vietnam 5c QEII B129aa. 1970-71 $1.20 Famous Australians No Edition No. ad seq 89,90,79, BW #B135d, Cat $20, blue stitching. 1987 80c & $2 Aboriginal Crafts both P15½ x imperf, BW #B151,B153. (2) 1988 $3.90 Tourism Harrison paper, BW #B157, Cat $100. 1988 Australian Crafts 80c Harrison paper, BW #B159. 1989 Fishing $3.90 Leigh Mardon full perf CPL paper, BW #B163, Cat $12, couple of small tone spots. 1989 $3.90 Fishing Leigh-Mardon left-hand perf CPL paper, BW #B163. 1989 Trams Stampshow 89 $8, BW #B169, Cat $14, ticket attached. 1989 Christmas $3.60 Ovptd Sydney Stamp & Coin Show. 1993 $4.50 Trains BW #B190, Cat $12. - Queensland Stamp & Coin Show opt, BW #B190cc, Cat $15. 1995 The World Down Under $4.50, BW #B204, Cat $12. 1997 Classic Cars $4.50, BW #B228. 1999 Roses $4.50, philatelic barcode, BW #B241B. 2000 Gardens $4.50, philatelic barcode, BW #B251A.

AUSTRALIA | Postage Dues 534 * A A1 1902 Converted NSW Plates 4d emerald P11½-12 wmk inverted, BW #D8. 535 F A C1 - 4d emerald P11½-12 wmk inverted with diagonal white scratch through lower left spandrel, BW #D8d, Cat $25. 536 * A A1 - 6d emerald P11½-12, wmk inverted, BW #D9. 537 F A B2 1909-10 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thick Paper 3d rose-red & green, BW #D84, Cat $20. 538 F A C2 1913-21 Wmk Crown/Double Lined A Thin Paper 2d scarlet & pale yellow-green, BW #D99A, mss cancel. 539 F A C1 - 3d carmine & pale green, BW #D100, Cat $40. 540 ** A B1 1931-37 Wmk CofA 1d carmine & yellow-green P14, BW #D114, Cat $25. 541 **/* A B1 1938-63 New Frame Plates ½d carmine & yellow-green, TLC block of 20, BW #D122, Cat $289+, 1 unit hinged. 542 ** A- B1 1946-56 Redrawn Value Plates 1/- left marginal vertical block of 6, BW #D138, Cat $120+, toned TRC. 543 ** A B1 - 1/- left marginal vertical pair, BW #D138, Cat $40+. 544 F A 1953-59 New Value Plates For Shilling Values 5/- carmine and deep green marginal block of 12 cancelled Alexandria 9JY62, ACSC #D141, nice multiple. 545 * A 1958-63 No Wmk simplified set to 2/- BW #D143-58. (10) 546 ** A A1 - 5d Die I marginal unit ACSC #D150. 547 **/* A - 1/- Die I marginal block of 4 (3**), ACSC #D156. AUSTRALIA | Revenues Customs Duty: 1939 use of ¾d on back of unusual 2nd class 548 * Amail envelope (designed with unsealed flap at right allowing for inspection) with USA 1½c coil, from Reader’s Digest, Pleasantville NY, crease at top other fine.

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$50 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 570 PS A1929-31 KGV Embossed Oval With OS in Die Two Pence on 1½d red on window faced envelope used in 1930, HG #EO18, $10 small tear at top & part back flap missing but scarce official. $7 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) $55 571 PS A 1923 KGV Embossed Octogon With Postage 1½d green, BW $5 #ES55 on envelope for Shire of Moorabbin used in 1924. 572 PS A 1924 KGV Embossed Octogon With Postage 1½d red, BW $5 #ES56, with printed address for the Commercial Travellers’ Association of Victoria Melbourne. $6 573 PS A 1928 KGV Embossed Oval 1d green, BW #ES64, on envelope for Theo. B. Little & Co Melbourne used in 1930. $8 574 PS A1929 KGV Embossed Oval 2d red Die I on cream envelope for $10 Vaccuum Oil Co Pty Ltd, BW #ES72, used in 1933, minor faults. $5 575 PS A1937 KGVI Embossed Oval 1d green on window faced $8 envelope for Flack & Flack Melbourne used in 1940, few minor $5 faults, BW #ES75 $4 576 PS A- 1d green, BW #ES75, on window faced envelope for Persil $5 used in 1941, missing back flap. $5 577 PS A 1953 QEII Embossed Large Die 3d green on window faced envelope, BW #ES91, for Norman Bros used in 1955. 578 PS A 1957-65 QEII Small Die window-faced 5d light blue Envelope for Robert Bosch Pty. Ltd, Clayton, cancelled with 15 Jun Clayton, $40 Vic. slogan cancel, BW #ES98. 579 PS A - window-faced 5d light blue Envelope for North Australian $15 Rubber Mills, Sydney, unused, BW #ES98. $65 $8 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 580 PS B 1913 Kangaroo & Map 4d with boxed ‘REGISTERED’, BW #RE1, Cat $200, cancelled with ‘YERRANDERIE/9JE13/N.S.W’ $5 (A2) with red & black N1 label, a little tatty. $20 581 PS A 1928-37 KGV Embossed Oval 5d brown used from Mortlake Victoria in 1935, BW #RE26. $12 582 PS A 1928-30 KGV Embossed Oval 5d brown on buff, BW #RE27, cancelled with ‘WARBURTON/28JA36/VICTORIA’ (B1), with $50 blue C6 registration label 583 PS A 1953-65 QEII Embossed Circle 1/0½d red-brown on cream, $50 BW #RE37A, cancelled with ‘ESSENDON WEST/19MY56/VIC’ $15 (A1-) with blue C6 registration label, to Melbourne, Vic. 584 PS A 1966-67 QEII Decimal Embossed Circle 24c green, £50 removed from text, ASC #R47, cancelled with ‘BAIRNSDALE/ $60 2AU66/VIC-AUST’ (A1 #220). [Much earlier than the issue date of $90 1967 recorded in ASC.] $25 $85 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 585 PS A 1954 10d Plane on Globe red on blue with boxed Aerogramme, sealing flap 9-12mm wide, BW #A8B, very lightly machine cancelled. 586 PS A 1956 10d Olympic Games ‘MELBOURNF’, BW #A9d, cancelled with Stadium Pictorial cds 22NOV1956. $80 587 PS A - BW #A9y, cancelled with ‘G.P.O./12NO56/MELBOURNE’ (A1) FDI cancel, bearing neat typed address. 588 PS A 1960 10d Jet with ‘Overseas Service’ at TLC, BW #A13A, cancelled with Melbourne machine, 23JUL1964. $30 589 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. $20 590 PS A 1961 10d Christmas BW #A16. 591 PS A 1968 10c Economic Commission For Asia and the Far East $30 ASC A30, unfolded. $15 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 592 PS A 1966-80 QEII Decimal 7c magenta QEII uprated with 3c crab, $35 5c scenes & 10c sapphire x5, ASC #W28.

AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 549 PS A 1911 KGV Fullface 1d rose with semi-surfaced reverse, BW #P1(1), Cat $60. 550 PS A1917-30 KGV Sideface 1½d on 1d red Sideface, BW #P48(1), fine printed message HH Goth & Co., used July 1919 to Mudgee. 551 PS A - ‘THREE/HALFPENCE’ on 1d red on brownish sulphite card, BW #P48(1). 552 PS A- 1½d on 1d red KGV on buff, BW #P48(2), Soldiers Club, George St, Sydney message on back, couple of spots. 553 PS A - 1d green Die 3, BW #P64, with printed address for the The Army & Navy Stores Adelaide and order form on reverse. 554 PS A 1937-42 KGVI & QM Fullface 1d green QM, BW #P69, with advert for Myer Winter Sale 1940 on reverse used in 1940 AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous scarce card. $100 593 PS A 1946 Food Parcel Labels 5/10d pale blue cut-out. 555 PS A - 1d+1d green on ivory card, BW #P71. $35 556 PS A 1943-52 KGVI Sideface 2d violet on cream stock, BW #P72(2). $16 AUSTRALIA | Covers By Manufacturer 557 PS A - 2½d brown on ivory, BW #P73. $35 594 *F A Australian Cover Collectors Association 2/3d tied to illustrated FDC by Philatelic Bureau Melbourne cds 18 FEB 63, AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards unaddressed. 558 PS A 1915 KGV Sideface 1d purple-brown P12½ with ‘RIVER CWA 1962 5d Country Women’s Association tied to illustrated 595 *F A DERWENT/TASMANIA’ view, BW #LC18(110), cancelled with FDC by Adelaide of 26SEP62, neat typed address. light ‘197’ tied by unframed ‘GLENLYON/MY27/15/[VICTORIA] 596 *V A Excelsior 1968 5c Soil Science tied to illustrated FDC by (A3). $40 Ballarat cds 6AU68, unaddressed. 559 PS A 1918-30 KGV Sideface ‘TWO/PENCE’ on 1½d, BW #LC63. $40 Miller Bros 1946 Peace set on registered cover with blue 597 *F A 560 PS A - 2d red on white stock, BW #LC64, with Private printing for W. registration label, cancelled at Collins Street (WWW #60) with S. Friend & Co Sydney. $50 neat hand addressed. 561 PS A 1953-59 QEII Sideface 4d claret admonition inside in claret, BW 598 F A Official 1937 QM & KGVI illustrated FDC with QM 1d Die 1 & #LC81B. $25 KGVI 2d Die 1 tied by Cairns cds 10MY37. 562 PS A - 4d claret with admonition in claret, BW #LC81B. $25 599 *F A - 1937 1d QE & 2d KGVI illustrated FDC with adhesives tied by 563 PS A 1960-65 QEII Facing Right 5d blue, BW #LC84. $10 Adelaide cds 10MY37. 564 PS A 1966-80 QEII Decimal 1966 4c QEII cream within, ASC #L61. $15 - 1966 QEII 1c, 2c and 3c tied to FDC by Russell Street cds 600 *F A 14FE66. AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes - 1970 6c United Nations tied to illustrated cover by Ryde cds 601 *F A 565 PS A 1916-20 KGV Embossed Octagon Without ‘Postage’ 1d red 19 OCT 1970, unaddressed. Die 3 knife 1, on cream, BW #EP9(1), cancelled with light 602 *F A - 1971 Christmas block of seven tied to illustrated cover by ‘COFFS HARBOR JETTY/1SE17/N.S.W’ (A1-), local use. $20 South Melbourne cds 13 OCT 1970, unaddressed. 566 PS A1920-24 KGV Embossed Octagon With ‘Postage’ Three Parade 1967 QEII 5c tied to illustrated FDC by ‘CASTLEMAINE/ 603 *F A Halfpence on 2d scarlet used in 1924, BW #EP26, roughly 29SE67/VIC.’ (WWW #220B), addressed locally. opened at left. $25 604 *F A Royal 1961 5/- Cattle tied to illustrated FDC by East Geelong 567 PS A 1938-51 KGVI Embossed Oval 2½d red on buff, BW #EP44(2) cds 26JY61. with added 1d Princess. $90 - 1970 Captain Cook Bicentenary illustrated FDC with 605 *F A 568 PS A 1951 KGVI Embossed Crowned Circle 3½d red on buff, knife Miniature Sheet tied by Burnie cds 20 APR 1970, unaddressed. 2, BW #EP49(2) $40 606 *F B Set-Maker 1946 Mitchell set of 3 on illustrated cover with mss 569 PS A 1966-78 QEII Embossed 6c red on buff, Post Office Preferred corrected issue date cancelled with ‘M.O. MERBEIN/14OC46/ logo, ASC #E48a, cancelled with poor undated Leigh Creek to VIC.’ (A2) on registered air cover to Tasmania, a little grubby. Hawthorn, Vic. $4

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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Seven Seas 1967 5c QEII pair tied to illustrated generic green FDC by ‘HOME HILL/29SE67/2/QLD-AUST’ (Rated S - A2+), typed address. WCS 1958 4d Broken Hill tied to illustrated FDC by Portland cds 10SE58. - 1960 2/5d Banksia on illustrated cover tied by Adelaide cds 16 MAR 60. - 1960 Girl Guides illustrated FDC with 5d tied by Melbourne cds 18AUG60. - 1961 5/- Cattle tied to illustrated FDC by Melbourne Philatelic Bureau cds 26JLY61, unaddressed. - 1964 5/- Navigator tied to illustrated FDC by Russell St of 25NO64. Wesley 1957 QEII illustrated Registered FDC with QEII 4d lake pair & QE II 1/7d tied by Adelaide cds 13MR57. Wide World 1951 KGVI 2½d chocolate block of 4 tied to illustrated FDC by ‘CRIMEA/23MY51/VIC-AUST’ cds (A1 Rated R), unaddressed. - 1952 4½d Red and 6½d Brown KGVI tied to illustrated FDC by Adelaide cds 20FE52. - 1953 Produce More Food 3d & 3½d strips of 3 tied to Registered illustrated cover by Grenfell St cds 11FE53, nice cover.

AUSTRALIA | First Day Covers 617 *F A 1929 Centenary of WA 1½d tied to cover by One Mile Queensland cds 28SE29. 1953 Coronation set of 3 cancelled with 3 strikes of ‘WANDIN 618 *F A YALLOCK/25MY53/VIC-AUST’ (A1) on plain FDC with blue registration label and Airmail label, addressed to England. 1982 complete year set of APO covers including 1983 reptiles & 619 *V A amphibians cover. (15) 1987 Cuppex Frama illustrated cover with 50c Cuppex Frama 620 *F A tied by Cuppex 87 Opening Day FDC 31JAN 1987, unaddressed. 621 * A 1999 Sydney 2000 Olympic Games Emblem on unaddressed APO cover cancelled with special Sydney FDI 14SEP1999 cancel. AUSTRALIA | Philatelic Numismatic Covers 622 * A 2010 Australia Remembers Fromelles - APTA Bourse Overprint limited to 150. 2010 Melbourne Cup - Special Edition with gold pmk, 1861 623 * A produced - limited to one per customer. 624 * A 2010 National Service Memorial - APTA Bourse Overprint limited to 200. 625 * A 2011 Duntroon - APTA Canberra 2012 Overprint limited to 125. 626 * A 2011 Nellie Melba - APTA Bourse Overprint limited to 150. 2011 Royal Australian Navy - APTA Bourse Overprint limited 627 * A to 150. 628 * A 2011 Royal Wedding Part 2 - APTA Bourse Overprint limited to 150. 629 * A 2012 Anzac Day - APTA Brisbane 2012 Overprint limited to 125. 630 * A 2012 Bathurst - APTA Bourse 2012 Overprint limited to 125. 631 * A 2012 Olympics Road to London - APTA Canberra 2012 Overprint limited to 125. AUSTRALIA | Maximum Cards 1950 8½d Aborigine tied to illustrated PPC by NSW cds 9SE59, 632 *V A early maximum card. AUSTRALIA | Commemorative Covers 633 *F A1934 Victorian Centenary & Sixth Australasian Philatelic Exhibition illustrated cover with 1d Exhibition machine meter cancel 17 XI 34 Melbourne in red, endorsed ‘Printed Matter Only’. 1953 Bripex Philatelic Exhibition illustrated cover with 3½d 634 *F A Young Farmers tied by Exhibition cancel 4 SEPT 53, unaddressed. 635 *F A A1- 1955 Anpex ‘AUSTRALASIAN NATIONAL/ANPEX P.O./ 17OCT1955/ADELAIDE/STH.AUST/PHILATELIC EXHIBITION’ in red on 3½d green SA Stamp Centenary x2 on Col. Light official souvenir FDC. 636 *F A A1 1956 Olympics ‘XVI OLYMPIAD/[village entrance]/22NOV/ 1956/OLYMPIC VILLAGE·VIC-AUST’ on 2/- Olympics on plain cover with neat typed address 637 * A A2 1964 ANZAAS Congress ‘CANBERRA ANZAAS CONGRESS/20 JANUARYT/1964/A.C.T.-AUSTRALIA’ on 2/5d Banksia with blue provisional registration label. [Only 20 items registered] 1965 International Crystallographic Meeting 2 strikes of 638 *F A 16AUG1965 on 2d & Cocos 3d on addressed cover. 639 *F A A1 1966 Inter-Parliamentary Meetings double-circle ‘CANBERRA PARLIAMENT HOUSE/A.C.T. AUST./[old parliament house]/ 11APR1966/INTER-PARLIAMENTARY MEETINGS/ CANBERRA APRIL 1966’ on 24c Kingfisher on cover with blue registration label to ACT. 640 *F A A1 1966 Eleventh SEATO Council Meetings ‘CANBERRA PARLIAMENT HOUSE/23JUN1966/ELEVENTH SEATO COUNCIL MEETINGS’ (first day) on 4c red QEII & 20c Whistler with blue registration label on cover to ACT. [Only 58 items registered.]

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1966 7th Regional ECAFE Conference ‘7TH. REGIONAL CONFERENCE/CANBERRA/A.C.T., AUSTRALIA/ 19SEP1966/E.C.A.F.E./WATER RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT’ on 24c Kingfisher on cover with blue ‘Canberra Mail Exch.’ provisional reg. label. [Only 43 items registered.] 1966 Geebex 66 illustrated cover with 4c QEII coil tied by 642 *F AGeelong cds in green 22OC66, second day of Exhibition. 643 *F A A1+ 1967 United Nations 5th Regional Conference pictorial ‘FIFTH U.N. REGIONAL/{map}/8MAR1967/CANBERRA/A.C.T./ AUSTRALIA/CARTOGRAPHIC CONFERENCE’ (first day) in violet on 4c red QEII on cover to ACT. 644 *F A A1- 1967 World Symposium on Man Made Forests pictorial ‘WORLD SYMPOSIUM/CANBERRA/A.C.T./AUSTRALIA/ 17APR1967/{FAO logo}/MAN MADE FORESTS’ on 4c Xmas on cover to ACT. 645 *F A A1 1968 24th Session E.C.A.F.E. pictorial ‘24th SESSION E.C.A.F.E. 17th-30th APRIL 1968/17APR1968/{map}/ CANBERRA A.C.T. AUST.2600’ (first day) on 5c blue QEII on cover to ACT. 646 * A A1 1968 Asian & Pacific Council ‘ASIAN AND PACIFIC COUNCIL/3rd./MINISTERIAL/MEETING/30JUL1968/ 30th.JULY·1st.AUG./CANBERRA A.C.T. 2600’ on 5c blue QEII on cover, to ACT. 647 *F A1968 State Girl Guide Camp pictorial ‘STATE GIRL GUIDE CAMP/24-31AUG68/31AUG1968/{NSW & clover}/LISMORE N.S.W. AUST. 2480’ (A1) on 25c Robin on illustrated souvenir cover with blue ‘State Girl Guide Camp/Lismore, N.S.W. 2480’ provisional registration label, to Victoria. 1969 Railway Centenary pictorial ‘RAILWAY CENTENARY 648 *F ACELEBRATIONS/12-18 MAY 1969/12MAY1969/{train}/ MUSWELLBROOK NSW AUSTRALIA 2333’ on 5c Chisholm on cover, addressed. 649 *F A A1- 1969 Five Power Meeting ‘FIVE POWER MEETING/ CANBERRA/19JUN1969/19th.-20th. JUNE/1969/CANBERRA PARLIAMENT HOUSE A.C.T. 2600’ (first day) on 5c Xmas & 25c Orchid on cover with blue ‘CANBERRA CITY’ Registration Label, to ACT. [Only 46 covers registered.] Unallocated 650 *F A A1 1969 6th Asian Youth Hostels Conference & Rally pictorial ‘SIXTH ASIAN YOUTH HOSTELS/{world map}/28AUG1969/ CANBERRA ACT/AUST 2600/CONFERENCE & RALLY’ (first day) on 30c Waratah on cover with blue registration label to ACT. [Only 34 items registered.] 651 * A B1 1969 4th ECAFE Symposium water-stained ‘FOURTH SYMPOSIUM/E.C.A.F.E./CANBERRA A.C.T./AUST. 2600/ 27OCT1969/PETROLEUM RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT’ on 5c blue QEII on cover to ACT. 652 *F A A1 1970 Veteran Car Club International Rally pictorial ‘10th INTERNATIONAL RALLY/{vintage car}/6APR1970/CANBERRA ACT/2600 AUST/FOR VETERAN AND VINTAGE CARS’ on 30c Royal Visit on cover with blue registration labe, to ACT. 653 *F A A1 1970 Royal Visit pictorial ‘ROYAL VISIT 1970/{crown}/ 23APR1970/EIIR/CANBERRA ACT 2600’ (first day) on 30c Royal Visit on cover with blue registration label, to ACT. 654 * B A1 - pictorial ‘ROYAL VISIT 1970/{crown}/23APR1970/EIIR/ CANBERRA ACT 2600’ (first day) on Registered Post receipt (corner missing). 655 *F A A1 1970 Anesthesiology Congress pictorial ‘III ASIAN AND AUSTRALASIAN CONGRESS OF ANESTHESIOLOGY/{map of Australia}/19SEP1970/III1970/19-23 SEPT 1970/CANBERRA ACT 2600’ (first day) on 5c Barton on cover to ACT. 1970 Qantas Anniversary illustrated FDC with added ‘A 656 *V A Souvenir of the Swan Hill Folk Museum’ and special Swan Hill Folk Museum cds 2 Nov 1970. 657 *F A A1 1970-71 9th Australian Jamboree pictorial ‘9TH AUSTRALIAN JAMBOREE/29DEC1970-9JAN1971/-6JAN1971/LEPPINGTON {New Endeavour logo} NSW 2900’, on illustrated souvenir cover, unaddressed. 658 * A A1 1972 Road Research Board Conference double-circle ‘AUSTRALIAN ROAD RESEARCH BOARD/6th/BIENNIAL/ CONFERENCE/14AUG1972/14-18 AUGUST/1972/CANBERRA A.C.T. 2600’ on 1c & 6c. 1974 Gunning Hume & Hovell Expedition illustrated cover 659 *F A with adhesive tied by Hume & Hovell 1824 - 1974 cancel Gunning 18 OCT 1974, unaddressed. 660 *F A 1975 Cohuna Centenary illustrated cover carried on the Major Mitchell re-enactment with adhesive tied by Cohuna cds 22NO75. 6th World Lithuanian Scout Jamboree ‘6th WORLD 661 *F A LITHUANIAN SCOUT JAMBOREE/2JAN1978/Gembrook/Vic 3783’ on 18c Flower on unaddressed APO cover. 662 *F A 1980 Pompeii Exhibition illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Pompeii Exhibition cancel 26JUN 1980, unaddressed. 663 *F A 1980 Perth Philatelic Congress boxed ‘1980/PHILATELIC/ CONGRESS/PERTH W.A.’ (A1) on 22c Sydney Views PSE, cancelled with ‘G.P.O. PERTH/23NO80/WA-AUST’ (A1). 664 *V A 1981 Pioneer Village Armadale ‘PIONEER VILLAGE/ 21JAN1981/ARMADALE W.A. 6112’ on 22c Charles Sturt PSE, unaddressed. 665 *F A 1981 Centenary of Pharmaceutical Education 22c PSE cancel First Day with Queen Elizabeth II Medical Centre postmark 6 May 1981, unaddressed. 1981 150th Anniversary York Western Australia 24c Botanical 666 *F A Congress PSE with Commemorative York cancel 16 Sep 1981, unaddressed.

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1981 Melbourne Cup commerative cancel 3 Nov 1981 tying 50c & 55c Racing adhesives to plain cover signed by legendary racecaller Joe Brown. 1982 Opening of Rosny Park PO AP souvenir cover feat. the new Post Office, franked by 27c York PO cancelled with oval ‘OFFICIAL OPENING/[building]/15OCT1982/ROSNY PARK TAS 7018.’ hand cancel. 1982 Muncipal Centenary of Horsham illustrated FDC with Aboriginal Culture set tied by Pictorial cancel 17 NOV 1982 (First Day), unaddressed. 1983 Stampex 86 Discoverers of South Australia Series No 3 illustrated cover with adhesive tied by Victor Harbor commemorative cancel of 12 AUG 1983, unaddressed. 1984 Ausipex set of 10 pmks on unaddressed Ausipex aerogrammes. (10) 1985 Sunpex registration receipt with 30SEPT85 opening day cancel in green 1988 Aeropex 53c Aeropex Aerograms (3) each with special Aeropex daily cancels. (3) 1988 Philatas 37c Possum on Philatas ‘89 pre-exhibition label (blue background) on APO FDC, Hobart FDI cds (28 Sept 88) Cat $50, unaddressed. 1989 Philatas Exhibition set of 3 Exhibition covers all with 39c Frama tied by special Exhibition daily cancel. (3)

AUSTRALIA | Advertising Covers 676 *F AAjax illustrated cover for Pumps & Irrigation Equipment, cancelled with 11 Apr 1962 Fortitude Valley, Qld. Postage Paid meter. 677 *F A Australasian Missionary College, Cooranbong cover with small logo franked with 5d Xmas, ‘COORANBONG/6NO62/NSWAUST’ (A1-) cancel. Australiasian Division of Seventh-Day Adventists, 678 *F A Wahroonga cover for The Treasurer, cancelled with 18 Feb 1958 Wahroonga, N.S.W. paid meter. Automobiles Pty. Ltd, Melbourne cover with small logo 679 *F A DeSoto - a Chrysler Production franked with 1d green KGV and 10 Jul 1931 Melbourne slogan cancel. 680 *F A AWA, Sydney cover with small logo, franked with 5d blue QEII, 14 Jun 196? Mascot, N.S.W. slogan cancel. 681 *F A Baker & Co. Ltd, Brisbane cover for Household Hardware & Crockery Merchants, logo on reverse, franked with 2d red KGV and 6 Sep 1932 Brisbane slogan cancel. 682 *F ABallarat Baseball Association violet handstamp on cover franked with 2d red KGV, 13 Aug 1931 Ballarat machine cancel. Brewer’s Own Ale illustrated window-faced cover (wrinkled), 683 *F B with 28 Sep 1979 Springvale, Vic. meter cancel. 684 *F AChamco Chamois Co, Hawthorn cover franked with 2d Vic Centenary, 24 Aug 1934 Melbourne slogan cancel. 685 *F AChief Office For Stamp Duties, Melbourne OHMS cover franked with 2d AIF perf ‘VG’, 4 Oct 1940 Melbourne slogan cancel, torn flap. 686 *F A College Church, Cooranbong cover for The Church Clerk, franked with 5d Country Women’s, ‘COORANBONG/23OC62/ NSW-AUST’ (B1) cancel. Come to Kerang cover for The Leading Town of the North, 687 *F B franked with 2d Macarthur, 12 Dec 1934 Melbourne slogan cancel, roughly opened-out. 688 *F ACommonwealth Public Service Inspector, Melbourne long OHMS cover franked with 2d red KGV perf ‘OS’, 23 Apr 1931 continous machine cancel, roughly opened. 689 *F A Dean’s Paint & Hardware Store, Katoomba cover franked with 5d Xmas, 15 Jan 1965 Katoomba, N.S.W. slogan cancel. 690 *F ADunlop Perdriau Rubber Co. Ltd, Melbourne illustrated window-faced cover, 30 May 1932 Melbourne Postage Paid meter cancel. Engineering Supply Company Australia window-faced cover 691 *F Afranked with 2d red KGV and 7 Oct 1932 Brisbane slogan cancel. 692 *F AFarrow Falcon Press Pty. Ltd, Melbourne illustrated cover for Printers, Bookbinders and Lithographers, franked with 1d green KGV and 27 Jun 1930 Melbourne slogan cancel, light toning. Fashion Furnishing, Wyong illustrated cover franked with 5d 693 *F A blue QEII and 1 Apr 1963 Wyong, N.S.W. slogan cancel. Felice Creations, Melbourne cover franked with 2½d red KGVI, 694 *F A28 Mar 1949 Melbourne slogan cancel, toned areas. 695 *F A Fernleigh Orchards, Bunyip cover with logo Eat Fruit for Health, franked with 18c Flower and with ‘GARFIELD/11JA78/VICAUST’ (A2) cds. Gas Company illustrated cover Heated Water means an easily 696 *F Arun house, franked with 1d green KGV pair and 23 Sep 1932 Sydney slogan cancel, re-addressed from Darling Point, Sydney to Brisbane, 24 Sep 1932 Edgecliffe, N.S.W. cds applied. Golden Fleece illustrated cover for J.W.Smith & Son, Yeronga, 697 *F A franked with 5d blue QEII, 30 Jan 1962 Brisbane slogan cancel. 698 *F A Hamilton Hume Motel, Geelong cover with small logo franked with 22c Kingfisher, 24 Oct 1980 Geelong Mail Centre slogan cancel. Interflora illustrated cover for Hancox the Florist, Port Lincoln, 699 *F A S.A., franked with 18c Flower and with 23 Sep 1976 Port Lincoln slogan cancel. 700 *F A IPEC, South Australia illustrated window-faced cover Freight Thru IPEC, cancelled with 14 Feb 1962 Hindmarsh, Sth. Aust. Paid slogan. - illustrated window-faced cover Freight Thru IPEC, cancelled 701 *F A with 10 Apr 1962 Hindmarsh, Sth. Aust. Paid slogan.

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Johnson & Johnson Pty. Ltd, Sydney window-faced cover cancelled with Band-Aid - adhesive Bandages 14 Aug 1962 Sydney Postage Paid meter cancel. Kinder & Williams Pty. Ltd, Caulfield cover for Electrical Accessories, Brass and Steel Nuts etc, franked with 2½d red KGVI, 31 Mar 1949 Elsternwick, Vic. machine cancel. Kinnear & Sons window-faced cover with small logo, cancelled with Emu Brand 16 May 1960 Melbourne meter cancel. MacDonald Incinerator Company, Glen Iris window-faced cover with small logo, cancelled with 1 Apr 1965 Glen Iris paid meter, flap missing. McIlwraith, North Richmond illustrated cover Bathe in Beauty, franked with 5d blue QEII, poor 25 Jan 1963 Richmond North cds. Melbourne Butter Supply Pty. Ltd. cover franked with 2d Vic Centenary, slogan cancel, roughly opened at back. Mitchell & Co. Pty. Ltd, Footscray illustrated cover (on reverse) for Mouldboard & Disc Plows, franked with faulty 2d Vic Centenary, 22 Aug 1934 Melbourne slogan cancel. Morris Pty. Ltd, Mascot window-faced cover with small logo for Flexible Shaft Machines and Accessories, franked with 5d blue QEII, 5 Jly 1962 Sydney slogan cancel. Nicholas Pty. Ltd, Melbourne illustrated cover for Aspro cancelled with 27 Feb 1933 Sth. Melbourne Postage Paid meter cancel, torn, light toning. Qantas Empire Airways Ltd. illustrated cover for British Commonwealth Games, cancelled with advertising 22 Jun 1962 Sydney Postage Paid meter. Quality Produce Pty. Ltd, West Perth illustrated window-faced cover Fresh Fruit & Veges, franked with 22c Kingfisher, 25 Jly 1980 Perth Metro Markets cds (B2). Queensland Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists cover franked with 4d lake QEII, 28 Feb 1958 Brisbane slogan cancel. Robert Bryce & Co. Ltd, Sydney window-faced cover for Import and Export Merchants, cancelled with 15 Jun 1962 Sydney Postage Paid meter cancel. Robertson and Mullens Ltd, Melbourne cover for Society and Commercial Stationery, franked with 2d red KGV and 9 Dec 1930 Melbourne slogan cancel, damaged flap. S. Hoffnung & Co. Ltd, Sydney window-faced cover Shave with Gem, cancelled with 19 Mar 1962 Sydney Paid slogan. Sanitarium Health Food Co, Cooranbong cover franked with 5d Commonwealth Games, ‘COORANBONG/3NO62/NSW-AUST’ (A2) cancel. Singer Sewing Machine Company, Melbourne illustrated cover franked with 2d AIF, 8 Jly 1940 Melbourne slogan cancel. Singleton District Ambulance Service cover with small logo, cancelled with ‘PAID AT SOUTH SINGLETON/—-3JY62/N.S.W.’ (B2) cds in red. Smith Bros. Pty. Ltd, Rosebery, N.S.W. window-faced cover for Timber Merchants, Monterey Pine etc, franked with 5d Inland Mission, 15 Sep 1962 Sydney slogan cancel. Smiths, Guildford cover cancelled with Smiths Car Heater 28 May 1962 Guildford, N.S.W. Postage Paid meter. Stanford & Pilley Pty. Ltd, Alexandria illustrated cover for Brush Manufacturers, franked with 5d blue QEII, 22 Jun 1962 Sydney slogan cancel. Stewarts & Lloyds Pty. Ltd, St. Leonards cover for Distributors with illustrated 14 Jun 1962 Crows Nest, N.S.W. Postage Paid meter cancel. Stott & Underwood Ltd, Sydney window-faced cover with small logo for Spirit Duplicator, cancelled with 22 Oct 1964 Royal Exchange, N.S.W. Postage Paid meter. T.F.Mackay, Kalgoorlie cover for Photographer and Art Picture Dealer, franked with 2d AIF, 26 Aug 1940 Kalgoorlie machine cancel. The Argus & the Australasian, Melbourne cover with small logo, franked with faulty 2d AIF, 23 Aug 1940 Melbourne slogan cancel. The City of Newcastle window-faced cover cancelled with 28 May 1958 Newcastle paid meter. The Seventh-Day Adventist Church cover for Greater Sydney Conference, Strathfield, franked with 5d blue QEII, 21 Jly 1961 Strathfield, N.S.W. slogan cancel. Trans - Tasman Union Conference cover for Seventh-day Adventists, Gordon, franked with 5d Xmas, 18 Nov 1959 Gordon, N.S.W. slogan cancel. Vealls illustrated cover for Vealls for Westinghouse Clothes Washer (red printing) with 16 Nov 1953 Melbourne meter cancel. Victorian Conference of Seventh-Day Adventists cover franked with 4d lake QEII, 20 Mar 1958 Melbourne slogan cancel. Voice of Prophecy, Sydney illustrated cover franked with 5d Xmas, 3 Jan 1963 Sydney slogan cancel. Yellow Cabs of Australia Ltd, Carlton cover franked with 2d Vic Centenary, 29 Aug 1934 Melbourne slogan cancel.

$10 AUSTRALIA | Postal History 734 *F A 1912 stampless OHMS card for Public Health Department used to Northcote. 1913 cover to Maldon with 1d Roo Die I tied by Melbourne 735 *F A$10 Machine cancel 26JL13, a few minor faults. 736 *F A 1920s Illustrated Long Cover for S.G.Youren & Son Estate Agents Alphington with illustration of House at left and KGV 1d $12 red pair tied by part Melbourne cds. 1923 OHMS long cover with ‘PACKET POST’ at top left and 1½d 737 *F A $12 brown KGV tied by Toowoomba machine cancel 2FEB23.

$10 $15 $12 $10 $15 $20 $15 $10 $15 $15 $10 $8 $10 $15 $10 $10 $15 $12 $12 $10 $12 $10 $10 $15 $15 $10 $8 $8 $15 $8 $10 $20

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767 D A B2 - 2 strikes of double-circle ‘LARK HILL CAMP/-PM/18AU/17/ 1930 use of TWO PENCE on 1½d KGV, Die II on ‘Aberdeen & S[ALISBUR]Y’ on GB ½d green x3. Commonwealth Line’ cover to Melbourne tied by fine Outer $6 Harbour South Australia cds. $25 AUSTRALIA | Military World War II Period 1935 OHMS Registered cover with 5d KGV perf ‘W/A’ tied by 739 *F A 1940s Long stampless cover to Melbourne, cancelled with ‘PAID 768 *F B Registered Perth cds 8 OCT35, nice cover. $60 - DEFENCE FOR[CES]/MAIL/NO POSTAGE REQUI[RED]’ (A2) 1936 use of 1d green KGV x2, cancelled with ‘ADELAIDE/7PM/ 740 *F A dateless machine cancel, violet straight-line ‘H.M.A./SHIPS’ (B1) 31MAR/1936/S.A.’ (A1-) machine, on cover to St. Peters. $5 also on face, crease. $20 741 *F A - use of ½d orange KGV x2 & 2d Cable, cancelled with 3 poor Barney Marshall Patriotic Cover for Army 1944 local use 769 * Astrikes of ‘MIDLAND JUNCTION/5P1JL36/W.A.’ on cover Brisbane, couple of faults, rare. $25 addressed to USA. $15 1937 use of stampless cover with Sydney 1 ‘POSTED IN/ 742 *F AAUSTRALIA | WWII Military Postmarks PILLAR BOX’ machine cancel to Eastwood, magenta 770 * A- A1- 3rd Bde. H.Q.P.O. ‘3RD BDE. H.Q.P.O./5JA42/M.3.’ (Madjloya ‘REFUSED/TO PAY/TAX’ (A1) backstamp applied at DLO. $30 near Tripoli, Lebanon), on 3d blue KGVI strip of 3 on air cover to 1942 use of 1/6d Hermes, cancelled with ‘AIR MAIL SECTION/1/ 743 *F A Dubbo, NSW, with triangular ‘PASSED BY/CENSOR/[crown]/ 330A30MR42/MELBOURNE·VIC’ (B2), to California, blue tripleNo3461’ (B1) in purple, some light toning. [Rated 100 by Proud] $30 circle ‘U.S. ARMY/1/”t”/CENSORED’ (A2) in BLC. $90 771 * C B3 A.I.F. Field P.O. ‘[A.I.F. FIEL]D P.O./4DE42/NO.21.’ (Port 744 * A 1949 use of 2½d Lawson, cancelled with Hobart slogan cancel Moresby, Papua), on 1d red-brown QE on YMCA cover to and violet boxed 51x14mm ‘UNCLAIMED’ on front. $12 Hawthorn, Vic with crowned circle ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/No./ 1951 Stampless wrapper for Australian Board of Missions 745 *F A 1961’ (A1) in purple, a bit battered. [Rated 75 by Proud] $8 Melbourne used to Malvern with printed Postage Paid APO ‘AUS [F]PO 35/2SP41’ (Tobruk), on 9d Platypus, fine 772 * C Melbourne. $25 triangular 1736 censor on face, opened a bit roughly. $40 746 *F A 1953 use of 3½d wheat, cancelled with Ayr, Queensland 773 * A- C2 Army P.O. poor ‘ARMY P.O./11AU41/A.M.1’ (Mersa Matruh, 24MAR1953 slogan, addressed to Brisbane. $10 Egypt) on 9d Platypus on cover to Sydney, violet triangle 747 *F A - use of 3d green KGVI, cancelled with ‘JERVIS BAY/ ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown]/No 3441’ on face. [Rated 150 by 29JY53/A.C.T-AUST’ (A2), on air mail envelope to Queenscliff, Proud.] $15 Vic, with straight-line ‘H.M.A. SHIPS’ (A1) handstamp in blue. $12 774 * B A1- Div. Supply H.Q.P.O. ‘DIV SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./16AU40/S.M.1’, 748 *F A1954 use of 3½d green QEII, cancelled with ‘MELBOURNE/ (Julis, Palestine) on Palestine 50m purple & 10m grey, on air 11PM/19FEB/1954/VIC-AUST - AUSTRALIA/CELEBRATES/ cover to Mildura, Vic, bearing doubled, boxed ‘PASSED BY 1954/ROYAL VISIT’ (A1-), on window envelope, written on at CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1655’ (B1) in purple, generalized light TLC, small closed tear at right edge $4 creasing & edge wear. [Rated 150 by Proud] $25 1955 use of 3½d QEII, cancelled with Melbourne machine of 749 *F B 775 * B A2- - ‘DIV. SUPPLY H.Q.P.O./??/S.M.1’ (Julis, Palestine), used at 6MAY1955, on plain cover with ‘HILLSTON/16MY55/N.S.W.’ FPO 6, cancelling Palestinian 10m slate & 50m deep dull purple, arrival, bearing mss “Return/D.L.O./Left address/Present on green honour envelope to Crowther NSW with boxed unknown” in red biro with poor Sydney DLO Examiner 12 ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/[crown] No. 80’ (B2-), part flap removed. handstamp on front, flap sealed with Sydney DLO label ‘Sch. [Rated 150 by Proud] $30 C.6651-11/51’ & poor GPO Sydney DLO in red, rough top edge. $6 776 * A- B1 F.P.O. ‘F.P.O./13MR41.8-9■/E.609’ (Hill 69 Camp, Palestine), on 1956 cover to Ballarat with NOT KNOWN BY POSTMEN 750 *F A 9d Platypus on cover to Yass, NSW, with violet triangle ‘PASSED BALLARAT in violet and fine double ring Dead letter Office BY/CENSOR/[crown]/No. 1746’ (A1) in purple, some light toning. Melbourne Examined by No1 cancel in violet. $35 [Rated 175 by Proud] $20 751 *F A1966 use of 5d green QEII & 20c Golden Whistler (mixed 777 * A- A1- Field Post Office ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/12JY42/048’ franking), cancelled with poor ‘DALY WATERS/14MR66/N.T(Beenleigh, Qld), on 1d red-brown QE strip of 4, with poor AMF AUST’ (A1 backstamp), on Tatts cover with typed provisional censor handstamp, to North Balwyn, Vic. $12 blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne. $150 AUSTRALIA | MISCELLANEOUS AUSTRALIA | Flight Covers 778 W AAustralian Stamp Bulletin 13 different Pictorial Bulletin 752 *F A1929 Adelaide - Perth pair of covers, both with 1½d Canberra, envelopes from the early 80’s. $4 3d Airmail & 3d Kooka m/s single, cancelled with ‘RIPPONLEA/ 31MY29/VIC’ (A2) with red C4 registration label, one forwarded AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY | Datestamps to Broome by air & the other forwarded to Carnarvon by air. Both 779 * A A1 Cook: ‘COOK/27MR87/ACT-2614’ (Closing day) on 36c PSE opened out for display, odd fault. $40 Philas Closing Day cover, unaddressed. PO 7/10/1969; closed 27/3/ 753 *F A 1930 Derby - Halls Creek Registered cover with adhesives tied 1987. $8 by Derby cds 11JUL30 with Halls Creek backstamp 13JL30 fine 780 * A A2+ Curtin (2): red 12hr clock ‘CURTIN/2605/19MAR1991/ Intermediate flight AAMC 165a. $80 PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. PO 11/5/ 1930 Fitzroy Crossing - Perth registered cover with adhesives 754 *F A 1967. $4 tied by Fitzroy Crossing cds 15 JL 30 and Broome 17 JL 30 and 781 * A- B1 - Light strike of double-boxed ‘* POST OFFICE */ADVANCE D/ Perth 21 JUL 30 fine Intermediate AAMC 165a. $85 20JUL1995/CURTIN ACT 2605’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax 1930 Perth - Wyndham Registered cover Onslow flown to 755 *F A Pack cover. $6 Wyndham, AAMC #165a, scarce intermediate. $85 782 * A B1 Downer: 2 strikes of ‘DOWNER/1OC86/ACT-2602’ (closing day) 1934 New Zealand - Australia 7d orange NZ Air tied to 756 *F A on 36c PSE Philas Post Office Closed cover, unaddressed. PO illustrated cover by Christchurch cds 24MR34 with Trans 1/2/1964; closed 30/9/1986. $8 Tasman Kaitaia special cancel 29MR34 and backstamped 783 D A A2 Tharwa: ‘THARWA/15JY70/A.C.T.-AUST’ on 5c cut-out. PO 17/9/ Sydney 29MCH 1934, AAMC 367. $35 1894. $4 757 *F A 1934 Australia - New Guinea - Australia illustrated Faith In 784 D A A1 Wanniassa (2): ‘AUSTRALIA POST/27MAY1996/WANIASSA Australia boomerang cover with appropriate cachets AAMC 395. $20 A.C.T. 2903’ (sic) on 45c Cinema. LPO 3/7/1995. $5 1938 Holland - Australia - Holland on Royal Packet Navigation 758 *F ANEW SOUTH WALES Co 1st flight Amsterdam - Sydney printed envelope, with 785 F A 1851-55 Imperf Laureates Plate I No Wmk Blue to Greyish ‘AMSTERDAM - BATAVIA - SYDNEY/[lion, sword & kangaroo]/ Medium Paper Fine Impression 2d ultramarine, four good NEDERLANDSCHE LUCHTDIENST/OPENING 28JUNI1938’ margins SG 52. $30 (A1) cachet, AAMC #815a, Cat $125, franked with 30c green air, 786 W A 1854 Imperf Laureates Wmk Double-Lined Numerals 3d 5c Rembrandt & 3c Heldring, cancelled with double-circle yellow-green 3-margins close to good, SG #87, mint no gum. Amsterdam Central Station of 24.VI 1938, reverse addressed to $175 Holland, franked with 3d blue KGVI & cancelled with Sydney 787 F A 1854-59 Imperf Large Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral machine of 22JLY1938, light vertical crease & some toning, 1/- rosy vermilion 4-margins, SG #99. $90 primarily around Dutch stamps. $65 788 G A 1856-59 Imperf Registered No Wmk Yellowish Paper (6d) 759 *F A 1946 Australia - Canada ANA registered printed cover, franked vermilion & Prussian blue 4-margins, SG #102, Cat £170, with 2/- Roo & 9d Platypus, AAMC #1066, Cat $30. cancelled with ‘69’ (A2) rays (2a) of Murrundi. $15 $120 760 *F A 789 F A1856-59 Imperf Registered Bluish Paper (6d) orange & 1956 Austria - Australia Special Olympic card cancelled with Prussian blue, SG #106, Cat £180, 4-margins (right just special Olympic cancel Wien 101 16XI 1956 and Olympic cachet touching). at lower left AAMC 1361a. $150 $60 790 F A 1856-60 Imperf Small Diadems Recess Wmk Double-Lined 761 *F A 1964 Melbourne-Sydney 50th Anniversary illustrated flight Numeral 1d orange-red horizontal pair, 4-margins, SG #109, cover with 2/3d Air Mail tied by Melbourne cds with special Cat £48+, 1858 Sydney duplex. $45 cachet at left and special vignette at lower left AAMC 1522. $15 791 V A B3 1860-63 Registered Perf 12 Bluish Wove Paper (6d) orange & 762 *F A 1965 London - Kuala Lumpur - Sydney illustrated Qantas Prussian blue, SG #119, Cat £60, a couple of trimmed perfs. cover flown from Kuala Lumpur to London with Qantas receiving $40 backstamp London 5 Sep 1965. 792 F A B1 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 12 6d $25 grey-brown SG 143. 1970 Australia - England illustrated 50th Anniversary Qantas 763 *F A $70 Commemorative cover with Qantas adhesives tied by 793 F A B1 1860-72 Diadems Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 13 6d commemorative postmark AAMC 1718. purple Plate II, SG #165. $15 $4 764 *F A 1974 UPU Pigeon Post illustrated cover with adhesive tied by 794 F A B3 1861-88 Coin 5/- deep purple P13, SG #177, Cat £45, top perfs National Stamp Week Adelaide cancel 9 OCT 1974 with pigeon trimmed. $20 flimsy inserted AAMC P11. $15 795 F A A 1 - 5/- purple P12 SG 179. $60 796 * A C1 1867-93 DLR Wmk Single-Lined Numeral 10d lilac P11, SG AUSTRALIA | Military - World War I Period #206, Cat £18. $15 765 D A B2 1916 2 strikes of double-circle ‘BOVINGTON CAMP/4.30PM/ 797 * A B1 - 10d lilac P10 SG 206a. $25 18OC/16/POOLE’ on GB ½d green pair. $8 798 * A C2 1871-1902 Wmk 1st Crown/NSW 9d on 10d red-brown P11, SG 766 * A B2 1917 framed ‘WAREHAM/10/9MR17’ on GB ½d green pair on #220c, Cat £50. $45 cover to Mildura, Victoria. $15 799 * A B3 - 9d on 10d red-brown P12x11, SG #220g, Cat £15. $15 738 *F A


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 800 *

A B1

801 *

A C2

802 * A A1 803 * A A1 804 V A D1 805 V A B1 806 * A C1 807 * 808 * 809 *

A B1 A B1 A B1

810 * A C2 811 F A B1 812 *

A B1

1882-97 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 2d prussian blue P11x12 SG 225g. - 5d blue-green P10, wing margin at base, wmk inverted, SG #233, Cat £20, fluffy perfs. - 5d blue-green P12x11, SG #233d, Cat £10. - 5d blue-green P11x12 SG 233d. - 10d on 9d red-brown, P12, SG #236db, Cat £12, CTO’d with N.S.W triple-oval. Allocated to Gresford-PO 1/1/1841. - 10d violet, P11x12, SG #236e. 1888-89 Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1d lilac P12, SG #253b, with Wmk Inverted. - 1d mauve, P11x12, SG #253d. - 6d carmine (pale), SG #256. 1891 Small Diadem Wmk Single-Lined 10 3d green P10 SG 269. - 3d green & 3d dark green, SG #269-70, Cat £18. 1902-03 Chalk-Surfaced Paper Wmk 3rd Crown/NSW Perf 12x11½ 2/6d Lyrebird, SG #326. 1903-08 Diadems Wmk 3rd Crown/NSW 5d dark blue-green P12, SG #329c, Cat £45.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Official Stamps 813 * A- C1 1882-85 Small ‘OS’ Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 5d blue-green P10x11, SG #O29b, Cat £14, minor gum faults. 814 F A B1 1882-85 Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 1/- black P10 with red ‘OS’ SG O33. 815 * A- C1 1888-90 Small ‘OS’ Centenary Wmk 2nd Crown/NSW 2d Prussian blue, P12, SG #O40a, light diagonal crease. NEW SOUTH WALES | Revenues 816 W A B1 1872-94 Stamp Duty: 2/- orange-brown & violet P12½ Peck #2.46, wmk 1st NSW (upwards). 817 ** A 1940s Stamp Duty No Wmk: 2d, 3d, 6d & 1/-, all **. (4) NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 818 PS A 1891 Smaller Format 1d violet + 1d violet HG 12. 819 PS A1896 Heading in Ribbon 1d violet on cream, HG #17, cancelled with ‘BROKEN HILL/JA24/9AM/97/N.S.W - 1331’ (B2) duplex, to Adelaide, slight bend to BLC. NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 820 PS A1888 Centenary 1d dull violet on white laid paper size a, HG #B4, flap stuck down.

$25 $15 $10 $15 $20 $20 $10 $4 $40 $20 $15 $45 $45

827 D A B1

848 D A A1 849 S A- B2 850 S A A2 851 S A B2 852 S A A2 853 S A B2

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

- 2 partly overlapping strikes of rays (3R16) on 1d Centennial pair. 117: 3 strikes of rays (3R16) on 1d Arms & 2d blue pair. Allocated

to Bingera-PO 1/1/1853; renamed Upper Bingera PO 9/7/1862; Reallocated to Bingera PO 9/7/1862; renamed Bingara PO 21/4/1890. 157: rays (3R16) on 1d Roo. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Wheeo-PO 1/5/1856; TO 1/5/1946; closed 16/3/1960. 184: rays (3R16) on 1d Roo. [Rated RR] Allocated to St. Peters-PO 1/10/1851. 198: rays (2R21) on 6d grey Laureate. [Rated RR] Allocated to Little Hartley-PO 1/11/1857; closed 30/11/1911. 211: rays (3R16) on 1d Arms. [Rated S] Allocated to MorangarellPO 1/1/1868; closed 30/9/1942. 234: BN (4B) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Wallsend-PO 1/8/1861; renamed Wallsend-Plattsburg PO 1/10/1891; renamed Wallsend PO 17/1/1916. 244: rays (3R16) on 1d Arms pair. [Rated S] Allocated to Reid’s Flat-PO 1/4/1859; closed 31/12/1977. 250: rays (3R16) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Ulmarra-PO 1/4/1859.

855 S A A2+ 856 * A A1 331: rays (2R37) on 1d Arms, tied by framed ‘HAMILTON/MY16/ 1907/N.S.W’ (B1) on PPC. Allocated to Bore Hole-PO 12/5/1862;

$4

$8 $30

857 S A A2 858 S B A2 859 S A A2

$20 $12

860 S A A2 861 S A B2 862 S A B2

$12

$45

Parramatta-PO 1/3/1828.

847 S A A2

$20

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 822 PS A1898 3d Rose on Cream With Half Round Flap H&G 11.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Numerals 826 S A A2 2: 1st BN (1A) on 2d Laureate 3½-margins. Allocated to

846 S A A2

84: type 5 framed duplex ‘TENTERFIELD/OC27/6/N.S.W - 84’, on 1d Arms, on real-photo PPC of Catholic school? with verandahs. Allocated to Tenterfield-PO 1/1/1849. 92: 2 strikes of rays (2R21) on 3d green DLR pair. [Rated RRR]

854 S A A2-

$20

NEW SOUTH WALES | Registration Labels 825 ACoramba - blue C6, complete sheet of 25.

845 * A- B2

t84: rays (2R22) on (6d) Registered P13 (SG #125). [Rated R]

Allocated to Tenterfield-PO 1/1/1849.

$12

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official) 821 PS B 1889 1d Centennial ‘OS’ in Die size d, curved 69mm flap without seal, for Public School Savings Bank Returns, HG #DB10b, vertical crease at left.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Postal History 1870 cover to Sydney with 2d blue tied by Richmond duplex DE 823 *F A 16 1870, neat cover. 824 *F A1893 Advertising cover for Jones’ Sewing Machine used to USA per Mauposa, few faults but attractive advertising cover.

844 S A A2

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863 S A B2 864 S A B2 865 S A B2 866 S A A2867 S A A2 868 S A A2

$25 $60 $24

869 S A B2870 S A A2871 S A A2 872 D A B2

$15

9: ‘BATHURST/DE7/4-30P.M/86/N.S.W - 9’ framed duplex (4D2 - open 9) on 1d orange. Allocated to Bathurst-PO 1/3/1828. $5 828 S A A2 15: 3rd Type (2R20) on 1d Laureate. [Rated RRRRR - the first offered by us] $150 829 S A A2 21: rays (2R20) on 2d blue Diadem. [Rated R] Allocated to Campbelltown-PO 1/3/1828. $15 830 D A- A2 25: 2 strikes of rays (3R16) on 1d Centennial pair (1 faulty). Allocated to Kiama-PO 1/1/1841. $4 831 S A A1 31: mss “31” on 1d Centennial ‘OS’. [The only copy known to us.] Allocated to Picton-Renamed from Stonequarry PO 1/9/1841. $65 832 S A A2+ 36: 2nd BN (4B) on 1d Centennial vertical pair. Allocated to $4 Braidwood-Renamed from Strathallan PO 1/1/1837. 833 S A B2 38: 1st BN (1B - 2 side bars) on 1d Laureate. [Rated R] Allocated $25 to Queanbeyan-PO 1/1/1836. 834 S A A2- - ‘38’ 2nd BN (1Av - 5 side bars at right not included) on 3margins 2d Diadem. [Rated RR] $40 835 S A B2- 44: ‘44’ 1st BN (1B) on 1854 1d Laureate. Allocated to Yass-PO 1/4/ $15 1835. 836 S A B2 51: 1st BN (1Av) on 1854 6d slate-green Diadem 4-margins. [Rated R] Allocated to Deniliquin-PO 1/1/1850. $30 837 S A B2 64: rays (3R16 - numerals 5x9½mm) on 4d Cook. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Maitland-PO 1/9/1829; renamed West Maitland PO $65 c.1852; renamed Maitland PO 1/4/1949. 838 S B A2 66: 2nd rays (2R20) on 2d DLR (faults). [Rated RRRRR - the first offered by us] Allocated to Singleton-Renamed from Darlington PO $100 1/12/1841. 839 D A A2 - 2 strikes of rays (3R16) on 1d Centennial pair. $4 840 * A- A2 67: BN on 2d blue tied with framed ‘MUSWELLBROOK/SP14/ 1903/N.S.W’ (B2) backstamp, on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to $5 Muswellbrook-PO 1/9/1837. 841 D A B2 71: oily rays (2R25) on 2d blue. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to $80 Tamworth-PO 1/1/1840. 842 S A A2 72: rays (3R16) on 2d Emu. Allocated to Wee Waa-PO 1/1/1849. $4 843 S A A2 75: rays (2R20) on 2d blue DLR. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Jerry’s $80 Plains-PO 1/1/1837.

873 S A B2 874 S A B2 875 D A A1 876 S A A2 877 S A B2 878 D A A2 879 S A- B2 880 S A A1 881 D A A2

renamed Hamilton PO 1/8/1872.

336: rays (2R31) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Currabubula-PO 1/8/1861. 361: rays (2R34) on 2d pale blue DLR (toning). [Rated RRRR the first offered by us.] Allocated to Evan’s Plains-PO 1/3/1862; RO 14/2/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/7/1960.

369: rays (2R39) on 1d Arms. [Rated SS] Allocated to Clarence

River Heads-PO 3/10/1862; renamed Yamba PO 1/6/1885. 397: rays (3R16) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Lucknow-PO 1/7/1863; closed 22/11/1984. 401: BN (4B) on 2d blue. [Rated SS] Allocated to Warkworth-PO 1/11/1863; closed 30/11/1968.

Allocated to Mount Macquarie-PO 1/1/1870; renamed Neville PO 1/2/ 1892.

562: ‘562’ rays on 1d orange DLR. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Central McDonald-PO 1/2/1870; closed 30/7/1966. 570: rays on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Coraki-PO 1/4/1870; renamed Coraki Richmond River PO 24/7/1874; renamed Coraki PO c.1883.

572: 2 strikes of rays on 1d Arms pair tied by part of framed ‘EAST K[ANGALOON]/FE??/1899/N.S.W’. [Rated R] Allocated to East Kangaloon-PO 1/5/1870; closed 30/6/1986.

884 D A A2 885 S A B2 886 S A A2

$12 $25 $5 $4 $70 $20 $80 $8 $5 $6 $3 $20 $10 $150 $40 $10

$50 433: ‘433’ rays (3R16) on 1d Arms. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Ellenborough-PO 1/1/1865; closed 31/1/1972. $50 440: rays (3R16) on 2d pale blue DLR. [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Millamurra-PO 1/8/1865; closed 31/12/1901. $120 444: rays (3R16) on 2d DLR. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Terara-PO 1/8/1865; closed 9/12/1983. $60 454: 2nd type BN (numbers 6mm high) on 2d blue. [Rated R] Allocated to Cambewarra-PO 1/10/1866. $20 474: BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RR] Allocated to Fig Tree-PO 1/8/1867. $50 487: ‘487’ rays on 2d blue. [Rated R] Allocated to Two Mile Flat-PO 1/12/1867; closed 4/6/1980. $15 494: ‘494’ rays on 1d Arms. [Rated RR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Bargo-PO 1/1/1875. $25 504: ‘504’ rays on 1d Arms. [Rated RRRR - a copy sold for $100 in sale 73.] Allocated to Gullen-PO 1/6/1868; RO 1/5/1879; PO 15/4/ 1888; TO 15/7/1931; closed 16/3/1960. $100 506: rays on 1d Centennial. [Rated S] Allocated to Nambucca-PO 1/8/1868; renamed Macksville PO 1/12/1889. $6 517: rays on 2d blue. [Rated RR] Allocated to Cross Roads-PO 1/5/ 1889; closed 7/2/1914. $30 519: 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘519’ rays on 1d Arms pair tied by small part of framed Moorwatha cds. [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Moorwatha-PO 16/10/1885; closed 19/8/1902. $120 524: rays on 2d Emu. Allocated to Trunkey Creek-PO 1/1/1869. $6 525: BN on 1d Centennial. [Rated RRRRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Mogo-PO 1/2/1869. $140 540: rays on 1d Arms pair tied by framed ‘[HIL]L END/[?]Y4/ [19]01/[N.S.]W’ (A3 - ERD by 6 years). Allocated to Hill End-PO 1/8/ 1869; closed 1/7/1994. $8 552: rays on 2d blue. Allocated to Boggabri-PO 1/1/1870. $5 559: ‘559’ rays on 1d orange. [Rated RR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Mount Gipps-PO 1/1/1870; closed 28/2/1893. $40 560: 3 strikes of rays on 1d Arms & 2d blue x3 (1 pair, 1 single).

882 D A A1+ 574: 3 strikes of rays (3b) on 1d Arms x5 (2 pairs, 1 single) tied by framed ‘NABIAC/JY8/1907/N.S.W’ on registered piece. 883 S A A2

$25

Allocated to Cape Hawke-PO 1/5/1870; renamed Clarkson’s Crossing PO 21/2/1880; renamed Nabiac PO 1/6/1894.

582: rays on 1d Arms pair tied with framed ‘[WES]T KEMPSEY/ NO18/1898/N.S.W’ (A2). Allocated to West Kempsey-PO 1/7/1870. 587: 3 strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair & 2d blue. Allocated to

Gulgong-PO 15/8/1870.

588: rays (3R12) on 2d Emu. [Rated R] Allocated to Goodooga-PO

$6 $60 $8 $20

$8 $5 $8

1/10/1870.

$15

1985.

$50

591: ‘591’ rays (3R12) on 2d DLR. [Rated RR - an A2 copy sold for $64 in sale 74.] Allocated to Bibbenluke-PO 1/10/1870; closed 31/7/


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 593: rays (3R12) on 2d blue. Allocated to Forest Reefs-PO 1/10/

1870; closed 15/11/1974.

- BN on 2d blue, tied by framed ‘FORE[ST REEFS]/OC??/ 1901/N.S.W’ (A3). [Rated RR] 596: 2 strikes of rays (3R21) on 1d Arms pair. [Rated R] Allocated

to Eurobodalla-PO 15/8/1870; closed 11/1/1968.

598: BN on 2d blue on soiled cover (reduced at left on opening) tied by framed ‘FULLERTON/NO11/190[1]/N.[S.W]’, framed ‘[LA]GGAN/NO11/1901/N.S.W’ transit on front, addressed to Goulburn. [Rated RR] Allocated to Fullerton-PO 1/1/1871; TO 1/4/

1974; closed 30/6/1982.

891 S A B2

605: BN on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRRR on Kangaroo issues; First recording on KGV.] Allocated to Peelwood-PO 1/6/1871; closed

892 D A B1

610: 2 strikes of rays (3R12) on 2d blue pair. Allocated to Blue Gum

893 S A B1

617: BN on 1d Arms pair. [Rated RRR - the only example we have offered realised $230 in auction #74.] Allocated to

894 D B B2 895 S A A2 896 S A B2

897 S A A2 898 S A B2899 D A A2 900 D A A2 901 D A- A2

631: rays on 1d orange DLR pair. [Rated RR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Cudal-PO 1/6/1872. 646: rays (1st type size 6x13½mm) on 1d Arms. [Rated RRRR in 1st period, not recorded in 2nd period] Allocated to Willow Tree-

PO 1/8/1875; renamed Warrah PO 3/12/1877; renamed Willow Tree PO 1/1/1878. 684: rays on 2d DLR. [Rated R] Allocated to Cobar-PO 1/3/1873. 687: light rays on 1d Roo. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Glen Morrison-PO 1/5/1873; TO 14/6/1957; closed 30/6/1967. 704: rays (3R12) on 1d Centennial pair. Allocated to Haydonton-PO 15/9/1873; closed 20/4/1913.

719: 2 partly overlapping strikes of rays on 2d blue x2. [Rated R]

Allocated to Yatteyatah-PO 1/2/1874; closed 20/6/1973.

730: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Spring Grove-PO

904 S A A2

731: rays on 2d Emu. Allocated to Gundy-PO 1/9/1874; closed 30/6/

905 D A A2

736: BN tied by framed ‘[B]OWNING/NO14/????/[N.S.W]’ on 1d Arms pair. Allocated to Bowning-PO 1/10/1874. 742: rays (3R12) on 1d Arms. Allocated to Anvil Creek-PO 15/10/

910 S A A2911 S A A2 912 S A A2 913 S A B2 914 S A A2 915 S A B2 916 S A- B2 917 S A A2 918 S A A2 919 S A A2 920 S A B2 921 S A A2 922 S A B2 923 S B A2 924 S A A2 925 S A A2 926 D A B2 927 S A A2 928 S A B2 929 S A A2 930 S A- A2 931 * A A1

$40

$10

Wollongough-PO 1/1/1872; renamed Ungarie PO 1/12/1889. 619: rays on 1d Arms pair (1 faulty). [Rated R] Allocated to CarrickPO 1/2/1872; closed 31/7/1911.

16/3/1874.

$150 $25 $30

$100 $15 $80 $5 $20 $10 $12

1/7/1874; renamed Millthorpe PO 1/3/1884.

$4

1994.

$5

1874; renamed Greta PO 1/10/1886.

754: 3 strikes of rays on 1d Arms & 2d blue pair. [Rated S]

Allocated to Harwood Island-PO 1/2/1875.

- ‘754’ rays on 4d Roo. [Rated RRR] 761: rays on 1d Arms. Allocated to North Wardell-PO 1/3/1875; renamed Wardell PO 1/2/1878.

776: rays on 2d Emu. [Rated RR] Allocated to Queen Charlotte’s

Vale-PO 1/6/1875; renamed Apsley PO 16/7/1880; renamed Perth PO 1/9/1880; renamed Perthville PO 1/3/1908. 779: BN on 1d Centennial. Allocated to Onebygamba-PO 1/6/1875; renamed Carrington PO 6/7/1888. 799: rays on 1d Arms. [Rated R] Allocated to Harefield-Renamed from Wallaceton PO 1/2/1882; closed 30/6/1980.

$6 $8 $10 $60

- right half of 1st ovals duplex (6mm high) on 1d Centennial. 877: ‘877’ BN on 2d Emu. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Rawden Vale-

PO 1/5/1877; renamed Rawdon Vale PO c.1910. 879: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Adamstown-PO 16/4/1877. 888: BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RR] Allocated to East RaleighRenamed from Repton PO 1/8/1877; renamed Repton PO 1/6/1911. 922: BN on faulty 1d Arms. Allocated to Arncliffe-PO 1/4/1878. 990: BN on 1d DLR. [Rated RR] Allocated to Dalwood Richmond River-PO 16/9/1879; renamed Rous PO 21/10/1882; TO 17/4/1950; closed 30/4/1952. 1017: BN on 2d Emu. [Rated SS] Allocated to Trevallyn-PO 16/2/ 1880; closed 30/9/1965. 1023: ‘1023’ BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RR] Allocated to Wyndham-PO 1/4/1880. 1036: BN on 2d blue. Allocated to Katoomba-RO 1/2/1879; PO 16/8/ 1880. 1070: BN on 2d blue. [Rated SS] Allocated to Towrang-PO 1/4/1881; closed 30/6/1976. 1086: BN on 2d blue x2. Allocated to Mount Hope-PO 1/7/1881; closed 30/6/1988. 1106: BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Coolamon-Renamed from Ganmain PO 1/11/1881.

1107: BN on 1d Arms on Rotary Photographic Series PPC ‘Behind the Bars’. Allocated to Grong Grong-Renamed from Grong

Grong R.S. PO 1/11/1881; renamed Grong Grong R.S. PO 16/1/1884; renamed Grong Grong PO 1/1/1898.

1108: 2 strikes of 2nd BN (7mm high) on 2d blue pair. Allocated

933 S 934 D 935 S 936 S

1128: on 1d Arms. Allocated to Summer Hill-PO 24/4/1882. 1149: BN on 2d blue. [Rated R] Allocated to Tathra-PO 20/11/1882. 1179: BN on 2d Emu. Allocated to Captain’s Flat-PO 16/7/1884. 1197: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Mobb’s Hill-PO 1/7/1883; renamed

A A2 A B2 A A2 A A2

938 S B A2939 D A A2940 S A A2 941 S A A2 942 * B A2 943 S A A2 944 S A A2 945 D A A2 946 S A- B2 947 D A B2 948 D A A2 949 * B A1-

$20 $4 $20

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

$10

$6 $4 $8 $4

Carlingford PO 16/7/1883; closed c.1995. 1227: ‘1227’ on 1d Arms. [Rated R] Allocated to Eastwood-PO 1/11/ 1883.

$5

1230: light framed duplex ‘[SILVE]RTON/[?]/[N.S.W] - 1230’ on 1d salmon. [Rated RR - very rare, the first offered by us] Allocated

$20

1884; closed 28/2/1919.

$15

1241: on 1d Centennial pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Prospect

Reservoir-PO 16/1/1884; renamed Widemere PO 1/11/1900; closed 30/6/ 1931. 1269: on 1d Arms. Allocated to Blackheath-RO 16/7/1880; PO 1/2/ 1883.

1291: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair tied by framed ‘LAWSON/ MY8/1905/N.S.W’ (A2) on Tatts cover. Allocated to Lawson-RO 1/9/

1880; PO 16/5/1885.

1300: 1st type (numerals 5½mm high) on 2d blue. [Rated SS]

Allocated to Botany Road-RO 1/12/1875; PO 15/8/1885; replaced by North Botany PO 10/8/1890; renamed Mascot PO 7/12/1911. 1321: ‘1321’ BN on 1d Arms. [Rated S] Allocated to Coolabah-RO 1/12/1884; PO 16/12/1885. 1324: 2 strikes of ‘1324’ on 1d Arms pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Coolangatta-PO 1/1/1886; closed 14/1/1956.

1348: right half of duplex on 1d Centennial. [Rated RRR]

Allocated to Mossman’s Bay-PO 15/4/1890; renamed Mosman PO 1/8/ 1893. 1357: 2 part-strikes on 2d blue x2. Allocated to Boggabilla-PO 1/9/ 1886; closed c.1998. 1411: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Thornleigh-PO 12/3/1888.

RY]

STN/

1427: BN on 2d blue tied by framed ‘BROKEN HIL[L NO29/1904/N.S.W’ (B2) on Tatts cover. Allocated to Broken Hill R.S.-PO 16/7/1888; renamed Broken Hill Railway Town PO 1/3/1905.

951 S A B2

1438: BN on 1d Centennial. [Rated SS] Allocated to Mount

952 S A- B2

1459: BN on 2d blue. [Rated R] Allocated to Coramba-RO 22/4/

953 S A A2 954 S A A2 955 * A A1-

956 * A- B2

957 * A- B2

958 * B B2 959 D A A2 960 * A A2

961 D A A3 962 * B B1-

963 S A A2 964 S A B2 965 S A A2 966 * A B1 967 * B B2

968 S A A2 969 S A A2970 S A B2 971 * A- A2

$8

to Silverton-PO 1/12/1883; closed 30/3/1979.

1240: BN on 1d Arms pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Allandale-PO 16/1/

1429: 2 part-strikes of BN on 1d Centennial pair. Allocated to West

$5 $8 $8

to Mount McDonald-PO 1/11/1881; closed 30/11/1954.

950 S A B2

$5

812: ‘812’ rays on 1d orange DLR. [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Blackville-PO 1/11/1875; PO 13/7/1994. $120 - ‘812’ BN on ½d green. [Rated SS] $15 817: BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Huskisson-PO 1/11/ 1875; closed 30/9/1884. $30 836: ‘836’ BN on 1d Roo. [Rated RRRRR] Allocated to CarnsdalePO 1/8/1876; closed 26/2/1915. $120 860: BN on 1d Arms. Allocated to Duramana-Renamed from Newbridge PO 1/1/1877; renamed Newbridge PO 20/4/1878; closed 10/8/ 1988. 865: right half of 1st duplex on 1d salmon. Allocated to HaymarketPO 1/3/1877.

932 S A A2

937 S A B2

Flat-PO 1/8/1871; renamed Ourimbah PO 1/6/1888.

903 S A A2

908 S A B2 909 D A A2

$30

$80

902 S A A2

907 D A A2

$20

31/1/1972.

720: 3 strikes of BN on 1d Arms x2 (1 faulty) & 2d blue. [Rated SS] Allocated to Carinda-PO 20/4/1885. 722: ‘722’ rays on 2d Emu. [Rated R] Allocated to Barrington-PO

906 S A A2

$10

Wallsend-PO 1/7/1888.

Costigan-PO 1/9/1888; closed 30/10/1915.

$5 $4 $12 $5 $5 $8 $20 $4 $6 $20 $2 $15

1888; PO 16/4/1889. $6 1463: BN on 1d Centennial. [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Kerr’s Creek-PO 1/5/1889; closed 30/10/1985. $100 1489: ‘1489’ BN on 1d Arms. [Rated SS] Allocated to Woolomin-PO 1/10/1889; closed 28/2/1974. $10 1497: 2 strikes of BN, tied by framed ‘BELLAMBI/AP8/ 1907/N.S.W’ (A2) on ½d green strip of 3 on multicoloured PPC ‘Lighthouse by Moonlight, Wollongong’, to Germany. Allocated to Bellambi-PO 7/10/1889; closed 30/6/1988. $15 1563: BN on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘TURRAMURRA/??1/ 1908/N.S.W’ (B2) on multicoloured PPC ‘Sydney Harbour From Top of Library’ Star Series card. Allocated to Turramurra-PO 16/8/ 1890. $15 1565: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Arms & 2d blue x2, tied by framed ‘BALDERODGERY/DE24/19[0]4/N.S.W’ (B2) on registered Tatts cover (small faults). [Rated SS] Allocated to Balderodgery-RO 15/2/ 1890; PO 1/9/1890; closed 12/3/1892. $25 1592: ‘159[2]’ BN on 1d Arms pair tied by framed ‘BANGALOW/ DE28/1905/N.S.W’ (A2) on Tatts cover. Allocated to Byron CreekPO 16/1/1891; renamed Bangalow PO 1/10/1894. $10 1599: BN on 2d blue. [Rated RR] Allocated to Kyamba-TO 1/9/1861; RO 15/3/1877; PO 1/3/1891; renamed Kyeamba PO 2/4/1917. $5 1611: BN on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘MEDLOW BATH/MY7/ 1908/N.S.W’ (A2) on multi-coloured PPC ‘The Casino, Medlow Bath Hydro, Blue Mountains, N.S.W’. Allocated to Medlow-PO 1/6/ 1891; renamed Medlow Bath PO 1/12/1903; closed 30/4/1977. $20 1612: 2 strikes of ‘[1]612’ 2nd type BN (numbers 8mm high) on 1d Arms pair. [Rated SS] Allocated to Portland-PO 16/6/1891. $16 1718: 2 partly overlapping strikes of BN on ½d green & 2d blue on cover (tone spots) to Germany, 10 Nov 1902 Weissenberg arrival backstamp. Allocated to Wyalong-PO 29/3/1894; renamed West Wyalong PO 22/6/1894. $15 1719: BN on 2d blue. [Rated SS] Allocated to Coogee-PO 4/4/1894. $10 1729: 6mm 2nd type BN on 2d blue Jubilee pair. Allocated to Wyalong-PO 22/6/1894. $5 1804: ‘1804’ BN on 2d blue. [Rated RRRR - the first offered by us.] Allocated to Curban-RO 16/5/1883; PO 16/7/1896; closed 4/9/1985. $100 1815: BN on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘WAHROONGA/DE23/ 1908/N.S.W’ (B1) on PPC. Allocated to Wahroonga-PO 15/10/1896. $15 1831: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Arms pair on reduced Tatts C registered cover (left half remaining), tied by framed ‘M PHAIL/ 22AU/1901/N.S.W’ (A2) backstamp. Allocated to McPhail-PO 17/5/ 1897; closed 20/6/1913. $40 1908: BN on 2d blue. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Lady Robinson’s $60 Beach-PO 23/11/1898; renamed Brighton-Le-Sands PO 16/2/1903. 1917: BN on 2d blue. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Tingiringi-PO 1/1/ 1899; closed 6/11/1915. $70 1921: BN on 1d Arms. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Suntop-PO 1/2/ 1899; closed 30/9/1920. $50 1969: ‘[1]969 BN on 2d blue, tied by framed ‘SOUTH LEICHHARDT/MR26/1901/N.S.W’ (A2) on Tatts cover. Allocated

to South Leichhardt-PO 1/1/1900; renamed South Annandale PO 1/9/ 1916.

$15


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 972 * B B2

2024: BN on 1d Arms tied by framed ‘MOSMAN’ BAY/JA30/ 1908/N.S.W’ (B2) on multi-coloured PPC ‘Near Watts River, Healesville’, faults. Allocated to Mosman’s Bay-PO 16/4/1901.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Datestamps 973 D A A2 Adaminaby Dam: ‘ADAMINABY DAM/11JE58/NSW-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII. PO 18/2/1952; renamed Eucumbene PO 1/7/1959. [Snowy 974 D A A2 975 * A A1 976 * A B2

977 D A A1978 D A2

Mountains Scheme]

Albury (2): double-circle ‘POST OFFICE/JUL/30/1947/ALBURY N.S.W.’ in violet on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/2/1847. Annandale (2): ‘ANNANDALE/14JA56/N.S.W-AUST.’ (ERD) on ½d roo & 1/- Lyrebird on cover with blue registration label. PO

6/4/1891.

Arthurville: ‘ARTHURVILLE/6JE17/N.S.W.’ on faulty 1d red KGV on front of black & white PPC ‘Clifton Gardens, Sydney Harbour’ Valentine & Sons card, addressed to Ohio, USA. PO

Auburn: ‘PAID AT AUB[U]RN/3½D-7AU59/NSW-AUST’ in red. PO

$12

1891; closed 31/1/1964.

$10

9/2/1885; closed 11/3/1988.

$10

1961.

Balladoran: 2 partly overlapping strikes ‘BALLADORAN/ 15NO71/N.S.W.’ on 7c purple QEII. RO 16/12/1898; PO 15/2/1905;

995 S A B2

RO 1/1/1896; PO 1/2/1912; closed 31/1/1991.

$10

PO 1/3/1828.

Bedgerebong: ‘BEDGEREBONG/29AP88/NSW-2871’ (Closing day) on 10c AAT. RO 1/8/1877; PO 1/9/1889; closed 29/4/1988. Ben Buckler: 2 strikes of ‘BEN BUCKLER/30JE88/NSW-AUST’ (Closing day) on 37c PSE Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/10/ 1935; closed 30/6/1988.

Ben Bullen: ‘BEN BULL[EN]/14AU52/N.S.W’ on 1d & 2½d on cover. RO 10/8/1885; PO 1/11/1889; closed 6/3/1965. Beverly Hills: ‘[B]EVERLY HILLS/22AU50/[N.S.W-AUST]’ (inverted 10s wheel - better backstamp) on 1½d pair & 5½d Emu on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Dumbleton PO 1/10/1940.

Billimari: ‘BILLIMARI/29MY73/N.S.W.’ on 7c purple QEII. RO 1/12/

1914; PO 20/3/1916; closed 31/8/1976.

Binda: ‘BINDA/29AU32/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/5/1852. Blacktown: 12-hour clock ‘BLACKTOWN/2148/25JUN1990/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ on face of cover to Sydney. PO 1/7/

1004 D A A2 1005 D A A2 1006 * A A1 1007 * A A1 1008 * A- B2

$10

1025 S A A2

$15

1026 * A A1

$6 $12 $10

1027 S A B2 1028 * A1029 * A A1

1031 S A C2

Mountains Hydro Scheme]

$15

1032 * A A2

30/5/1942.

$20

1033 * A- A2

1899; PO 16/10/1905.

$10

Bonville: ‘BONVILLE/6.AP.1936/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. RO 1/1/

1003 D A B2

$10

Boolaroo: framed ‘BOOLAROO/JA23/1908/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multi-coloured PPC. PO 1/3/1901. Booral: ‘BOORAL/30JE86/NSW-____’ (‘2491’ removed) on 33c PSE illustrated Closing Day cover. PO 1/1/1874; closed 30/6/1986. Boorowa East: 2 strikes of ‘BOOROWA EAST/18JY80/N.S.W.AUST’ (Closing day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas PO Last day cover, unaddressed. PO 28/6/1950; closed 18/7/1980. Boppy Mountain: framed ‘BOPPY MOUNTAIN/MY22/ 1902/N.S.W’ alongside 1d Arms & 2d blue x2 cancelled with illegible numeral, on registered Tatt’s cover, poor TPO No. 3 West on back. RO 6/11/1895; PO 14/9/1896; renamed Boppy Mount PO 21/6/1956.

Bowan Park: ‘BOWAN PARK/14JL23/N.S.W’ on 1d violet KGV. [The first offered by us.] PO 16/6/1884; closed 28/2/1927. Bradfordville: ‘BRADFORDVILLE/15MR60/N.S.W’, on 5d blue QEII. TO 17/11/1924; RO 23/3/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 10/1/1994. Brickfield Hill: ‘BRICKFIELD HILL/1—-20JE33/SYDNEY N.S.W’ on 5d brown KGV. PO 1/7/1925; closed 19/2/1982. - ‘BRICKFIELD HILL/19FE82/N.S.W.’ (arcs 1,1) on 24c Thylacine on Philas Closing Day cover. Brighton-Le-Sands: ‘* BRIGHTON LE SANDS */L.P.O./ 14JUL1997/NSW 2216’ on Alexander LPO Opening Cover, unaddressed. Renamed from Lady Robinson’s Beach PO 16/2/1903. Broken Hill: 2 strikes of ‘BROKEN HILL/18SE45/N.S.W.’ (B1 backstamp) on 2½d red KGVI x2 on Aust. Tech. Schools cover (torn at rear) with blue registration label and ‘Tax 1d’ in blue pencil. PO 1/1/1886.

$8 $15

1034 S A B2 1035 S A A2

$10 1036 * A B1 1037 * A- A1 $20 $25

1038 * A A1

$15

1915; PO 12/3/1917; closed 28/11/1980.

$10

1978.

$15

Bundook: 2 strikes of ‘BUNDOOK/28NO80/NSW-AUST’ on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Closing Day cover, unaddressed. RO 15/11/

Callala Bay (1): ‘CALLALA BAY/10?57/N.S.W-AUST’ on 4d QEII on photo souvenir of Nowra with strip of 12 coloured photos, some mild toning. TO 21/11/1955; PO 1/5/1956; closed 31/10/ Cammeray: 2 strikes of ‘CAMMERAY/25JL59/=N.S.W=’ (better backstamp) on 3d green QEII x2 on 1/7d Registered Envelope with blue registration label and Air Mail labels attached, sent to Cootamundra. PO 2/11/1914. ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */10JAN2000/ CAMMERAY/N.S.W./2062’ (opening day) on Alexander opening cover. Canbelego: ‘CANBELEGO/30JE 87/N.S.W’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 36c Sydney Mint PSE. Renamed from Mount Boppy

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

Candelo: framed ‘CANDELO/FE8/1917/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV.

PO 1/1/1870.

Canley Vale: ‘* POST OFFICE */19AUG1995/CANLEY VALE/N.S.W./2166’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 1/10/

1885.

Captain’s Flat: framed ‘CAPTAIN’S FLAT/MY6/1927/N.S.W’ (LRD by 2 years) on 1½d red KGV. PO 16/7/1884. Carcoar: 27mm ‘CARCOAR/31AU34/=N.S.W=’ on 5d brown KGV. PO 1/1/1843. Casula Military Camp: ‘CASULA MILITARY CAMP/ 5JA16/=N.S.W=’ on 1d red KGV. PO c.-/12/1915; closed 10/3/1916. Cathundral (2): ‘CATHUNDRAL/?????1/N.S.W’ on 6d Kookaburra & ½d Roo (cut in half vertically). PO 1/5/1950; closed 31/8/1954.

Cawongla: ‘CAWONGLA/17OC61/NSW-AUST’ (ERD by 8 yrs) on 5d blue QEII on cover. Renamed from Cambawongla RO 1/9/1911;

1946; closed 31/3/1980.

Coff’s Heights (1): ‘[COFF’]S HEIGHTS/26JY16/=NSW=’ on 1d red KGV. PO 18/10/1915; closed 6/1/1919. Collaroy Beach: ‘* POST SHOP */ADV.A/27JUN1997/ COLLAROY BEACH/N.S.W./2097’ (closing day) on Alexander Closure of corporate PO cover. PO 12/2/1923. Comerong: framed ‘COMERO[N]G/1?MR/1922/N.S.W’ on 2d orange KGV. [Only second recorded copy, LRD by 8 years - the first offered by us.] PO 20/11/1885; renamed Numbaa PO 2/6/1930. Coogee: black & white PPC ‘Coogee Bay’, early card undivided back, used. PO 4/4/1894. Cooma North: ‘COOMA NORTH/PAID/17SE82/NSW-AUST2630’ in red on Tele-Trading cover. PO 5/9/1952. Coonamble: framed ‘COONAMBLE/DE23/1906/N.S.[W]’ on 1d Arms on multi-coloured PPC ‘Cambewarra Pass, South Coast, N.S.W’. PO 1/4/1859. Cootamundra West: ‘COOTAMUNDRA WEST/19NO35/ N.S.W.’ (ERD by 11 years!) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/7/1924; closed

$6 $10 $10 $30 $30 $8 $4 $10 $30 $6 $60 $15 $10 $10

Cronulla PO 17/3/1930.

$25

- 25½mm ‘[CR]ONULLA BEACH/10.FE.1916/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. Crow Mountain: framed ‘CROW MOUNTAIN/OC3/1918/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. [The first offered by us - ERD by 4 years.] RO 20/6/1895; PO 16/3/1896; TO 1/2/1961; closed 31/5/1974.

Croydon: ‘CROYDON/24DE08-1030AM/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on PPC. [Used about 4 yrs only] RO 15/6/1877; PO 1/1/1880. Dundas: ‘DUNDAS/12MY36/=N.S.W=’ on 1d green & 4d olive KGV on cover (missing corner) with blue & black C1 registration label. Renamed from Field Of Mars PO 16/4/1890. East Balmain: ‘EAST BALMAIN/28FE86/N.S.W.-AUST’ closing day on 33c Kakadu PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/2/1890; closed 28/2/

1986.

Elizabeth Street South: ‘ELIZABETH ST SOUTH/11AP17/ [N.S.W]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 23/3/1891; renamed Strawberry Hills PO

1041 D A B2

Emerald Hill: ‘EMERALD HILL/■4MY35/N.S.W’ on 2d ANZAC.

$12

$10

$15

Cronulla Beach: 25½mm ‘CRONULLA BEACH/ 5SP1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘Fig Tree, Lane Cove, Sydney’, framed ‘SUTHERLAND/SP5/1907/N.S.W’ (A2) transit cds. PO 1/1/1891; RO 16/8/1893; PO 15/4/1907; renamed

1040 S A A2

1043 * A A1

$6

1956.

$10

1042 * A A2

$6

$10

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

1039 D A B1

$6

$12

31/1/1979.

$10

$12

$15

renamed Bulli PO 15/6/1911.

1023 D A A1+ Clarence Street: pictorial ‘{flower}/CLARENCE STREET/N.S.W. 2000/30JUN1983/SYDNEY/MINT/{flower}’ on 20c & 35c Butterflies. PO 4/12/1950; closed 14/1/1994. 1024 * A A1- Coal Point: 2 strikes of ‘COAL POINT/31MR80/N.S.W-AUST’ on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 2/9/

$50

998 D A A1-

- ‘TELEGRAPHS/1NO51/BROKEN HILL’ on ½d Roo & 1/3d Hereford Bull. Bulli R.S.: framed ‘BULLI RLY STN/AP16/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white PPC ‘Miss Alma French’, framed ‘KOORAWATHA/AP18/1907/N.S.W’ (B2-) arrival. PO 5/10/1887;

closed 16/2/1979.

$10

5/6/1971.

Bomen: 28mm ‘BOMEN/-8NO35/N.S.W’ on faulty 3d Jubilee perf ‘G/NSW’. Renamed from North Wagga R.S. PO 16/1/1882; closed

1002 * A- C1

1022 * A B1

1030 * A A2

Blanket Flat: framed ‘BLANKET FLAT/MY25/1914/N.S.W’ in violet on 1d Roo. RO 16/11/1893; PO 15/2/1898; TO 18/4/1971; closed

997 S B B2

1001 * A B1

$5

$4

1862.

Blowering Dam: ‘BLOWERING DAM/11JA68/NSW-AUST’ on 5c red QEII overprint. PO 22/7/1964; closed 2/10/1969. [Snowy

1000 * A B1

1018 S A A2

1021 D A A2

996 D A A2

999 * A A2

$20

$10

Bateman’s Bay (2): ‘MONEY ORDER P.O./26JUN1987/ BATEMANS BAY NSW 2536’ in violet on 36c. PO 1/4/1862. Bathurst: boxed ‘POSTMASTER/23MAY1978/BATHURST N.S.W. 2795’ in violet on PMG’s Department OHMS long cover.

993 D A A1 994 * A A2

1017 * A A1

1955; PO 1/3/1965; TO 1/12/1971; closed 7/6/1973.

986 D A A1

992 D A B2

1016 S A A2

1020 D A A2

Baryulgil: ‘BARYULGIL/15AU36/N.S.W’ on 2d SA Centenary.

991 * A B3

1015 * A A1

$10

985 D A B2

990 * A B2

1014 * A A1

1019 D A A1

984 D A1+

989 * A A1

1012 * A- A2

$4

closed 28/6/1985.

Barham: framed ‘BARHAM/OC7/1915/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 1d red KGV. PO 1/1/1895. Barwick: ‘BARWICK/22NO68/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. TO 1/2/

988 D A A2

1011 * A A1

1013 * A A2

16/6/1880.

Backwater (1): ‘BACKWATER/5MY1938/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI. RO 16/10/1895; PO 10/10/1904; TO 1/12/1956; closed 30/11/

1010 * A A2

$12

$8

Baan Baa: ‘BAAN BAA/■2JY43/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO

987 * A A1

$10

3/5/1965; closed 4/11/1985.

980 D A A2

983 D A A2

$15

$10

Audley: ‘AUDLEY/15AU58/N.S.W.’ on 4d lake QEII. PO 15/4/

982 D A A1-

$15

1/1/1875; closed 31/12/1970.

Ashcroft: ‘ASHCROFT/15NO77/NSW-AUST’ on 18c Flower. PO

979 D A A2

981 D A B1

1009 D A A1

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Elands: ‘ELANDS/12SE34/=N.S.W=’ on 2d red KGV. RO 11/1/

$15 $15 $8 $12 $4

1915; PO 7/2/1916.

$10

1/8/1917.

$15

RO 1/2/1888; PO 1/4/1891; closed 30/11/1960.

$10

Emmaville: framed ‘EMMAVILLE/DE28/1909/N.S.W’ arrival on PPC. Renamed from Vegetable Creek PO 20/9/1882. Endsleigh: 2 strikes of ‘ENDSLEIGH/30NO79/N.S.W-AUST.’ on Closing Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/7/1942; closed 30/11/1979.

$6 $10


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Enngonia: framed ‘ENNGONIA/SP17/1935/N.S.W’ on 2d SA Centenary. PO 1/3/1871; closed 3/1/1992. Ermington (2): ‘* POST OFFICE */18JUL1995/ ERMINGTON/N.S.W./2115’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 3/9/1956.

Excelsior: ‘EXCELSIOR/18SE34/N.S.W’ on 2d Vic Centenary.

from Fiefield PO 16/3/1894; closed 30/6/1981.

Fitzroy Falls: ‘FITZROY FALLS/18OC27/N.S.W.’ on 1½d red KGV on black & white real photo PPC ‘Fitzroy Falls’, corner bend. Renamed from Yarrunga PO 2/8/1926; closed 8/1/1993. Forbes: ‘FORBES/16AU49/N.S.W-AUST’ on 2½d Lawson & 6d Kooka on Aust. Tech. Schools cover with blue registration label.

1059 D A B2 1060 D A A2 1061 * A B1 1062 * A A1 1063 * A A11064 * A B2 1065 * A A1 1066 D A1+ 1067 * A A2 1068 * A A1-

1888; PO 17/1/1901; closed 30/6/1986.

Garra: 2 strikes of ‘GARRA/11AP80/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/11/

1883; closed 11/4/1980.

Gateshead West: 3 strikes of ‘GATESHEAD WEST/ 08N31JY93/NSW 2290’ (Closing Day) on 2c Sports x2 & 41c Acacia on cover, addressed. PO 1/10/1965; closed 31/7/1993. Geneva: ‘GENEVA/■8AP63/N.S.W-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on cover (part of flap missing). PO 23/6/1947; closed 28/2/1976. Germanton: 2 strikes of framed ‘GERMANTON/JU22/03/ N.S.W’ on 2d blue pair. Renamed from Ten Mile Creek PO 1/5/1875; renamed Holbrook PO 20/9/1915.

Gibsonvale: ‘GIBSONVALE/26MY52/N.S.W.-AUST.’ on 3½d brown KGVI. PO 1/10/1940; closed 31/5/1974. Girraween: ‘GIRRAWEEN/8SE32/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. RO

3/9/1917; PO c.1920; closed 31/8/1971.

Glebe: ‘GLEBE/31OC63/N.S.W.’ on 2/- on 5d Envelope with blue registration label PO 18/6/1852. - ‘POSTAGE PAID/1■■6AP34/GLEBE’ in red on long Printed Matter Only cover. Goonumbla: 2 strikes of ‘GOONUMBLA/31OC80/N.S.W-AUST’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. RO 1/7/1915; PO 15/2/1916; closed 31/10/1980. Gosford South: violet ‘MONEY ORDER/18SEP1981/ [GOSFORD SOUTH] N.S.W. 2250’ (B1 backstamp) on 24c, 50c & $2 on cover with blue registration label. PO 18/7/1966. Graman (2): ‘GRAMAN/16DEC85/N.S.W.’ on 33c PSE Philas Post Office Centenary cover, unaddressed. RO 1/12/1881; PO 16/12/1885; closed 30/11/1989.

Greenacre: violet ‘POSTMASTER/30/SEP/1969/GREENACRE, N.S.W. 2190’. Renamed from Bankstown East PO 1/9/1956. Greenland: 2 strikes of ‘GREENLAND/26FE80/N.S.W’ on 20c Robin on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. RO 1/11/1911; PO 1/7/1927; closed 26/2/1980.

‘GREENWICH/16AU83/NSW-2065’

Greenwich: 2 strikes of Post Office Centenary on 27c PSE, unaddressed. RO 1/10/1880; PO

1077 * A B1 1078 * A A2-

1079 * A A1

$6 $10 $10 $6

- ‘* POST OFFICE */1FEB1999/HAY NSW 2711’ opening day of LPO on PSE Alexander opening cover, unaddressed. Hillgrove: 2 strikes of ‘HILLGROVE/31MR79/N.S.W.’ on 20c Little Grebe on Philas Closing Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/6/1884; closed 31/5/1979.

Holt’s Flat: worn framed ‘HOLTS FLAT/NO24/1906/N.S.W’ (day & month inverted) arrival on coloured PPC of ‘Sandringham Bay from Hampton’. [The first offered by us] RO 16/3/1881; PO 1/2/1884; closed 30/6/1964.

Homebush: ‘STATE SPORTS CENTRE/30AUG1996/ HOMEBUSH NSW 2140’ (closing day) on 45c PSE with Alexander closing cachet, unaddressed. TO 13/12/1877; PO 1/1/ 1878; closed 30/8/1996.

1088 D A B2

$10 $4 $12 $10 $4 $6 $10

1091 D A A21092 S A B2 1093 * A A2

1096 * A A1 1097 * A A2 1098 * A A1 1099 * A- A1 1100 * A A1

1101 * A

1103 D A B2

$10

$8 $6 $10

$40

1104 * A A1 1105 S A A2 1106 D A2+ 1107 * A B2

1108 D A B2 1109 * B B2

1110 D A A2 1111 * A A1 1112 D A B1 1113 * A

$6

$15

$80 $8

$25

16/9/1895; PO 1/1/1899; RO 1/4/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 5/7/1972.

$12

Byron PO 15/9/1859.

$15

Inverell: ‘INVERELL/30AU23/=N.S.W=’ on 5d Registration Envelope (#RE12) with damaged red registration label. Replaced Irvington: 2 strikes of ‘IRVINGTON/20MY31/=N.S.W=’ on 1d green KGV x2. [Type 2B - Unrecorded by Hopson & Tobin] RO

1/1/1887; PO 1/1/1892; RO 1/12/1922; PO 1/7/1927; TO 15/7/1931; closed 31/12/1931.

Ivanhoe: ‘IVANHOE/8JY69/N.S.W-AUST’ (arcs 6½,6) on 10c & 20c on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1874. Kanwal: ‘KANWAL/■6JU64/=N.S.W=’ (LRD by 2 years) on 5d green QE. Renamed from Warnervale PO 15/4/1915; closed 28/8/1981. Kikoira: ‘KIKOIRA/1OC34/N.S.W.’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Used 4 years only] PO 3/4/1933; closed 31/5/1974. Killingworth: ‘KILLINGWOR[TH]/26JE1958/N.S.W’ on 4d lake QEII on cover. PO 1/8/1900; closed 11/6/1993. Kinchela Creek: 29mm ‘KINCHELA C[REEK]/4OC23/N.S.W.’ on 3d olive Roo. RO 1/4/1880; PO 16/3/1883; closed 30/11/1993. Lambton: ‘* POST OFFICE */29SEP1995/LAMBTON/N.S.W./ 2299’ (closing day) on 45c with Alexander Closure of N.S.W. P.O.’s cachet, unaddressed. PO 1/3/1865. - violet ‘* LICENSED POST OFFICE */3OCT1995/ LAMBTON/N.S.W/2299’ opening day on 45c, unaddressed. Leeton: ‘LEETON/1FE47/N.S.W’ on 3d brown KGVI on 2½d Envelope addressed to Aust. Tech. Schools with violet handstamped provisional registration label. PO 6/9/1912. Liverpool West: ‘LIVERPOOL WEST/28FE87/NSW-AUST’ Closing Day on 36c PSE, unaddressed. PO 2/2/1959; closed 28/2/

$6

$30

15/8/1911.

1090 * A A1

1102 * A- A2

$15

c.1923; RO 23/3/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 28/2/1961.

Island Bend: ‘ISLAND BEND/24DE58/N.S.W-AUST’ backstamp on Registered Envelope piece, alongside ‘COOMA/ 28DE58/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1). PO 11/1/1951; closed 30/4/1968. [Snowy

$10

$10

OFFICIAL 1/7/1901; TO 1/6/1959; closed 30/9/1965.

1089 D A1

1095 * A A1

$15

Lang’s Crossing Place PO 22/2/1861.

1087 * B A1

$10

1894; PO 1/7/1908; closed 31/8/1938.

11/10/1955; closed 15/6/1959. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

1086 D A A2

1094 S A A2

$10

Hartley Vale (2): ‘HARTLEY VALE/21MY46/N.S.W.’ on 2½d Peace. PO 1/8/1873; closed 31/10/1967. Hay: ‘POST OFFICE/29JAN1999/* HAY NSW 2711 *’ & same for 1FEB on attractive illustrated Alexander covers for ‘Closure of HAY/Corporate Post Office/29th January 1999’ & ‘Opening of HAY/Licensed Post Office/1st February 1999’. Renamed from

1082 * B B1

$10

Renamed from Grosvenor Street PO 2/5/1988.

Gunning: violet ‘POSTAL MANAGER/5DEC1988/GUNNING, N.S.W. 2581’ on stampless APO long cover. PO 1/10/1840. Hanwood: 27mm ‘HANWOOD/8JL49/N.S.W’ (A2 backstamp) on 3d brown KGVI & 5½d Emu on Aust. Tech. Schools cover with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1921. Happy Jack: ‘HAPPY JACK/12JA56/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. PO

1081 * B B2

$25

$10

1071 * A A1

1076 * A A1

Iluka: ‘ILUKA/6SE37/N.S.W’ on ½d orange KGV pair & 3d SA Centenary on Jamieson cover with blue registration label. 1d green QE applied over ‘COMMERCIAL/PAPERS ONLY!’ handstamp, presumably by Postmaster after he included correspondence in the cover. PO 1/12/1876. Ingebyra: ‘INGEBYRA/3NO69/NSW-AUST’ on 5c Barton. RO

1962.

Gumble: ‘GUMBLE/?MY1933/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV. RO 1/8/

1075 * A A1

1085 * A- A1

$10

1070 D A B1-

1074 D A A2-

$10

1905; closed 30/11/1965.

1069 * A A1+ Grosvenor Place: 2 strikes of ‘GROSVENOR PLACE/5P2MY88/1/NSW 2000’ (Opening day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed.

1073 D B1

Hurlstone Park: ‘HURLSTONE PARK/16OC56/N.S.W’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO

$15

Frampton (2): ‘FRAMPTON/6SP193?/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI (cut-to-shape through stamp). Renamed from Moatefield PO 15/11/

16/8/1883.

1072 * A B2

1084 * A B1

PO 1/12/1861.

Garland: ‘GARLAND/30JE86/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE. RO 1/5/

1058 D A A2

$15

$12

Ferndell: ‘FERNDELL/1OC58/NSW-AUST’ (Type 3B - arcs 10,10 - ERD) on piece. PO 3/3/1958; closed 15/2/1965. Fifield: 2 strikes of ‘FIFIELD/30JE81/NSW-2875’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. Renamed

1054 * A A1

1057 * B B2

$5

1893; PO 1/1/1899.

Gallymont: framed ‘GALLYMONT/JY29/1930/[N].S.W’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Galley Swamp PO 1/11/1898; closed 31/10/

1056 * A- A2

1083 D A A2-

Hunter’s Hill: ‘RELIEF/PAID/-5MY87/36/NSW-AUST’ in red on Municipality of Hunter’s Hill cover, a bit spotty. PO 1/6/1858. Huonbrook: ‘HUONBROOK/1?FE51/N.S.W-AUST.’ on 3d brown KGVI. [Type 3(ii) - Unrecorded by Hopson & Tobin] TO

$6 $20

1053 S A B2

1055 * A- A2

$20

PO 17/6/1912; closed 8/7/1944.

Federal: ‘FEDERAL/■3MY.15/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. RO 1/6/

1080 D A2

Horse Ridges: ‘HORSE RIDGES/-4MY■7/N.S.W.’ (Archival strike). TO 11/11/1921; closed 30/4/1960. Howell: 4 poor strikes of framed ‘HOWELL/FE6/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms x7 on registered Tatts cover. Renamed from Bora Creek

$10

Mountains Scheme]

1987.

Longueville: framed ‘LONGUEVILLE/AU20/1906/N.S.W’ arrival on coloured PPC of ‘Sylvia Fall, Blue Mountains, N.S.W.’. PO

27/1/1892; closed 31/7/1976.

Lord Howe Island: ‘Lord Howe Island 2898/WOODHEN [woodhen]/Centenary of Post Office . 1 Jun 1981’ on 50th Anniversary of Sir Francis Chichester’s Flight Across the Tasman cover, unaddressed. RO 1/6/1881; PO 1/8/1882. Manly: Multicoloured PPC ‘St Patrick’s College Manly near Sydney’. 1910 use at Sydney. PO 1/4/1857. Mayer’s Flat: ‘MAYER’S FLAT/16MY63/N.S.W’ on 5d blue QEII, to Newcastle. [SDL is rare] RO 16/10/1911; PO 1/7/1927; closed 8/2/

$120

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

$6 $8

1967.

$15

RO 2/7/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1961.

$25

McAlister (2): ‘MC ALISTER/21AU33/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV.

McCallums Hill: 2 strikes of ‘McCALLUMS HILL/31MR87/NSW2195’ (Closing Day) on Philas illustrated Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 2/2/1942; closed 31/3/1987. Medlow Bath: ‘[M]EDLOW BATH/18JA18/[N.S.]W.’ on 1d red KGV. [Type 2C - Unrecorded by Hopson & Tobin] Renamed from

$6

Medlow PO 1/12/1903; closed 30/4/1977.

$20

20/4/1960.

$25

31/10/1983.

$15

Replaced Perch Creek RO 1/11/1909; PO 1/3/1910; TO 1/10/1943; closed 30/9/1953.

$25

renamed Watersleigh PO 1/12/1918.

$12

1916; closed 29/9/1977.

$10

PO 16/11/1911; closed 26/3/1982.

$10

1896.

$10

c.1869.

$10

Merrywinebone: ‘MERRYWINEBONE/16MY50/N.S.W.’ backstamp. Renamed from Avondale PO 1/2/1929; TO 3/3/1959; closed

Michelago: framed ‘MICHELAGO/JA2?/1909/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on tinted Japanese PPC ‘Tonosawa, Hakone’, framed ‘THARWA/JA28/1909/N.S.W’ (B1-) arrival. PO 1/2/1860; closed Midginbil: ‘MIDG[I]NBIL/30MR33/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. Military Road: framed ‘MILITARY ROAD/DE27/19[05]/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on tinted PPC ‘Mosman’s Bay’ (corner bend), framed ‘[BR]OADWATER/DE29/1905/N.S.W’ (A2) transit. PO 1/8/1899;

Milvale: ‘MILVALE/■2MY32/=N.S.W=’ on 2d Bridge. PO 1/1/

Mirrool: 2 strikes of ‘MIRROOL/26MR82/N.S.W’ (Closing Day) on illustrated Philas Last Day 24c PSE, unaddressed. TO 8/9/1910;

Moonan Flat: 3 strikes of ‘MOONAN FLAT/7DE59/N.S.W’ on ½d Roo pair perf ‘G/NSW’ & 4d Broken Hill perf ‘G/NSW’. PO 20/11/ Moss Vale (2): multi-coloured PPC ‘Moss Vale Road’ Printed by J Lucas Bowral, unused. Renamed from Sutton Forest North PO


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1114 S A A2 1115 * A- A1

1116 * A B1 1117 D A A11118 D A A11119 * A A2

1120 D A B2 1121 * A A2 1122 * A B1 1123 * A A2 1124 * A- B1 1125 * A A1

1126 D A B1 1127 D A B1 1128 D A B2 1129 * A A1 1130 * A B1 1131 * A B2 1132 * A B1 1133 * A A2

Mount Hope: framed ‘MOUNT HOPE/26FE/1926/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 1½d red KGV perf ‘OS/NSW’. PO 1/7/1881; closed 30/6/1988. Mount Wilson (2): ‘MOUNT WILSON/25MY53/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3½d Coronation corner block of 4 (lower left) on private FDC (tone spots). Renamed from Irvine RO 9/1/1889; PO 16/7/1896; closed 17/12/1986.

Mullengandra: ‘MULLENGANDRA/330P 26FE93/NSW-2644’ (Closing Day) on 45c PSE, Alexandra Closure of Post Office cover, unaddressed. PO 16/5/1888. Murga: framed ‘MURGA/SP4/1923/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/11/1862; closed 31/12/1982.

Murray Lock No 8: ‘MURRAY LOCK No 8/17SE32/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/7/1932; closed 30/4/1934. Narromine R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.NARROMINE/ 27JA41/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1 backstamp), 2d & 3d KGVI on Leek cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 19/11/1940; closed 31/8/1946.

Nerrigundah: ‘NERRIGUNDAH/4JE48/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/9/1861; closed 30/6/1977. New Lambton (2): ‘PAID AT NEWLAMBTON/-118FE60/N.S.WAUST’ (sic - 1 word) in red on window-faced Lawrence & Hanson Elect. Pty. Ltd, New Lambton cover. PO 1/9/1892. Newcastle West: ‘NEWCASTLE WEST/31JL47/N.S.W’ on 5½d Registration Envelope with blue label PO 6/9/1889. Newtown: 27mm ‘NEWTOWN/2MR59/N.S.W’ (arcs 4½,4) on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 1/3/1854. Newtown South: violet ‘NEWTOWN SOUTH/30APR’81/N.S.W. 2042’ on 40c, 80c & $1 on 22c PSE with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1935; closed 3/5/1991.

Niagara Park (3): 2 strikes of ‘POST OFFICE/1JUL’86/ NIAGARA PARK, N.S.W. 2250’ (opening day) on 33c Western Tasmanian Wilderness PSE, with Philas Post Office Opened cachet, unaddressed. PO 1/7/1986; closed 30/9/1988. Nimbin (2): ‘NIMBIN/20.FE.1922/N.S.W.’ on 5d brown KGV. PO

1/4/1905.

Noraville:

‘NORAVILLE/30OC63/N.S.W’

1927; PO 1/7/1927; closed 11/10/1971.

on 5d Export. RO 1/1/

North Randwick: ‘NORTH RANDWICK/2JL34/N.S.W.’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Very rare, Hopson & Tobin only record use in 1934.] PO 1/8/1921; closed 27/3/1986. - ‘NORTH RANDWICK/27MR86/NSW-AUST’ (closing day) on 33c PSE, unaddressed. North Sydney Shopping World: NTH SYD SHOPPING WORLD/25NO81/NSW-2060’ on 24c Thylacine on Philas Opening Day cover, unaddressed. PO 25/11/1981. - ‘* POST OFFFICE */14OCT1995/SHOPPINGWORLD/N.S.W./ 2060’ (sic) on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. Northwood: ‘NORTHWOOD/30JA51/N.S.W-AUST’ on ½d on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Lane Cove South PO 1/3/1950; closed 30/6/1986. Nowendoc (2): 2 strikes of ‘NOWENDOC/30MR79/N.S.W.’ on 20c Robin on Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1867; closed 30/3/

1136 D A A2

Old Koreelah: ‘OLD KOREELAH/8NO57/=N.S.W=’ on 4d lake QEII. TO 5/4/1916; RO 1/5/1916; PO 1/9/1916; closed 30/4/1982. Old Yarrawa: ‘OLD YARRAWA/8SE48/=N.S.W=’ on ½d Roo.

PO 1/2/1866.

1147 * B A2 1148 D A B2 1149 * A A2

1150 * A

$6 $10 $8

1884; closed 1/3/1969.

Paddington: framed ‘PADDINGTON/DE24/1906/N.S.W’ (frame almost completely worn away) on PPC. PO 1/7/1851. Palmers Island: ‘PALMERS ISLAND/21JA1937/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV on piece. PO 1/8/1864. Park Street: 5 strikes of framed ‘PARK STREET/JA31/1899/ N.S.W’ on 1d Arms x5. PO 20/5/1878; closed 31/8/1899. Parkes East (2): 2 strikes of ‘PARKES EAST/21DE79/N.S.WAUST’ on 20c Robin on Closing Day cover, unaddressed. PO

18/1/1965; closed 21/12/1979.

Parramatta Westfield: 12-hr clock ‘PARRAMATTA/ WESTFIELD 2150/26SEP1985/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ in violet on 33c Electonic Mail & 80c Pineapple Fish on long cover with small Priority Paid label, addressed to Shepparton, Victoria. PO 21/1/1977.

Peak Hill: framed ‘PEAK HILL/MY3/1906/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on black & white Japanaese PPC ‘The Koyabe in Takaoka’ (toned), ‘FORBES/3JY06.5.30PM/N.S.W’ (B2) arrival. PO 7/11/1889. Peakview: ‘PEAK VIEW/1■JY41/N.S.W’ (sic - two words) on 2d red KGVI. RO 1/1/1888; PO 11/12/1905; TO 1/11/1971; closed c.1984. Pennant Hills (3): 3 strikes of ‘* MONEY ORDER TELLER */ 26NOV1986/PENNANT HILLS/N.S.W./2120’ in violet on 30c AAT x4 (2 pairs) & 36c Xmas on long window-faced cover. Renamed from Pennant Hills Railway PO 1/8/1898.

Penrith: Multicoloured PPC ‘A pretty spot near Penrith N S Wales’. PO 1/3/1828.

1154 D A- B2 1155 D A B2 1156 * A A2 1157 S A A2 1158 D A A2 1159 * B B1-

1160 * A A1 1161 D A B1 1162 D B2

$15

1163 D A A2 1164 D A B1

$10

1165 * A B1

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

$4 $10

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

$8 $15 $10

$8 $5

Penrith Plaza: ‘PENRITH PLAZA/1130A-1OC87/NSW 2750’ (Opening Day) on 37c Aussie Kids on APO Souvenir cover, unaddressed. Renamed from Penrith Shopping Square PO 1/10/1987. Penrith Shopping Square: ‘PENRITH SHOPPING SQ/5P-9DE82/ NSW-2750’ (Opening Day) on illustrated 27c PSE Philas Opening Day cover, unaddressed. PO 9/12/1982; renamed Penrith

$10

Plaza PO 1/10/1987.

$10

Renamed from Upper Nemingha PO 15/2/1911; closed 30/11/1964.

$10

1153 D A A2+ Piallamore: ‘PIALLAMORE/12MY48/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI.

$10

$20

Otford: framed ‘OTFORD/MR15/1921/N.S.W’ on ½d green KGV. Renamed from Bulgo PO 21/5/1885; closed 30/7/1979. - ‘OTFORD/31MR37/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV. Oxley: ‘OXLEY/28JA69/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 5c blue QEII. PO 1/11/

1146 * A A1-

$10

PO 15/4/1903; closed 13/10/1951.

1139 S A A2

1145 * A A2

$25

$25

Osborne: 2 part strikes ‘OS[B]ORNE/3???32/[N.S.]W’ (ERD by 4 years) on ½d orange KGV. Renamed from Gumholes RO 1/9/1902;

1144 D A A2

$40

PO 15/10/1928; TO 1/1/1958; closed 31/5/1963.

1138 S A B2

1143 D A A2

$10

$10

Oberon: magenta 12-hr ‘OBERON/2787/6FEB1989/PRIORITY/ PAID/OFFICE’ on fron to Kogarah. Renamed from Fish River Creek

1142 * A A1

$6

closed 31/5/1979.

1135 * B B1

1140 S A A2 1141 D A B2

$10

$10

Nullamanna: 2 strikes of ‘NULLAMANNA/31MY79/N.S.W’ on 20c Robin on Philas Closing Day cover, unaddressed. PO 16/10/1883;

1151 * A A1 1152 * A A1

1979.

1134 * A B1

1137 D A B2

$10

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Piambra: ‘PIAMBRA/2?MR38/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI (toned perfs). RO 1/2/1917; PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/3/1948; closed 19/4/1952. Pleasant Hills: ‘PLEASANT HILLS/25JE55/N.S.W’ on 6d Kooka & 9d Platypus on piece with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1890. Punchbowl: ‘PUNCHBOWL/10AU55/N.S.W’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/0½d KGVI on cover with blue registration label PO 1/8/1913. Pymble: double-circle ‘* POST OFFICE */28/MAY/1935/ PYMBLE, N.S.W.’ in violet on 1/- Large Lyrebird. PO 6/8/1890. Quandialla: ‘QUANDIALLA/15DE36/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. RO 19/6/1916; PO 1/12/1916.

Queen Victoria Buildings: light strike of double-boxed ‘QVB/ POST OFFICE/20SEP1996/SYDNEY N.S.W. 2000’, on $20 Painting (faults) on Tax Pack cover (faults). Renamed from Queen Victoria Markets PO 1/5/1918.

- ‘* AUSTRALIA POST */1/22JUL1996/QVB N.S.W. 2000’ opening day on 45c PSE Alexander cover with Opening of Post Office cachet, unaddressed. Rawdon Vale: ‘RAWDON VALE/26MY19[3]3/N.S.W’ on 1d green & 2d red KGV x2, alongside another three part strikes. Renamed from Rawden Vale PO c.1910; closed 29/6/1974.

Redbridge: framed ‘REDBRIDGE/JY21/190?/N.S.W’ on PPC piece. Renamed from Demondrille PO 1/4/1900; closed 30/9/1964. - ‘REDBRIDGE/18MR39/N.S.W.’ on 1d green QE. Repton: ‘REPTON/11JA34/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from

$15 $6 $5 $6 $10

$6 $6 $10 $12 $15

$4 Rhine Falls: ‘RELIEF STAMP 1/15JL36/N.S.W’ on 2d Cable pair on Boxsell cover with ammended blue provisional F.C.T. registration label. PO 1/5/1911; closed 21/7/1956. $100 1166 * A- A1 Richmond: ‘RICHMOND/9-A24SE36/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/1/1844. $8 1167 * A Rose Bay: black and white PPC of ‘Rose Bay, Sydney, N.S.W.’, used at Sydney MR19/11. PO 15/5/1906. $10 1168 * A B1- Roseville Chase: ‘ROSEVILLE CHASE/4SE71N.S.W-AUST’ (better backstamp) on 18c x2 on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 2/3/1953; closed 18/11/1994. $15 1169 D A A2- Rossglen: ‘ROSSGLEN/■5AU58/[N.S.W.]’ (LRD) on 4d lake QEII. Renamed from Camden Haven PO 7/2/1921; closed 31/3/1964. $10 1170 * A- C2 Round Swamp: 2 poor overlapping strikes of ‘ROUND SWAMP/ MR31/190?/N.S.W’ alongside faulty 1d Arms cancelled with part strike of Glebe, N.S.W cds, PPC. [The first offered by us.] PO 13/9/1897; TO 5/10/1926; closed 28/2/1927. $50 1171 * A B2 Rydalmere: ‘RYDALMERE/20JE56/N.S.W.’ on 3½d & 9d on cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/1/1888. $6 1172 * A B2 Salisbury: 2 strikes of ‘SALISBURY/28FE79/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day) on 20c Little Grebe on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. RO 24/3/1890; PO 16/10/1916; closed 28/2/1979. $10 1173 D A B1 Sandy Hill: ‘SANDY HILL/13OC37/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGVI. PO 1/2/1888; closed 31/5/1960. $12 1174 S A A2 Scarborough: framed ‘SCARBOROUGH/FE8/1923/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from South Clifton PO 18/4/1904. $5 1175 D A B1 Shooter’s Hill: ‘SHOOTER’S HILL/■7FE36/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/12/1889; closed 9/3/1978. $10 1176 * A B1 Silverton: 2 strikes of ‘SILVERTON/30MR79/NSW-AUST’ (Closing Day) on 20c Little Grebe on Philas cover, unaddressed. PO 1/12/1883; closed 30/3/1979. $10 1177 D A A1- South Pambula: ‘SOUTH PAMBULA/7DE38/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI. RO 1/1/1904; PO 2/1/1914; closed 25/5/1968. $15 1178 * A A1 St. Clair (3): 2 strikes of ‘ST CLAIR/17MR81/NSW-2759’ on 22c Kingfisher on Philas PO Opening cover, unaddressed. PO 17/3/ 1981. $10 1179 D A B2 St. Leonard’s Creek: ‘ST LEONARD’S CREEK/22MY35/N.S.W’ on 2d Jubilee. PO 1/11/1890; TO 27/2/1946; closed 15/7/1955. $15 1180 D A A2+ Stockinbingal: ‘STOCKINBINGAL/23AU32/=N.S.W=’ on 2d red KGV. PO 16/5/1891. $10 1181 S A A2 Sutton Forest (2): framed ‘[SU]TTON FORES[T]/JU27/1907/ [N.]S[.W]’ on 1d Arms. Renamed from Sutton Forest South PO c.1869; closed 30/11/1977. $8 1182 * A B2 Sydney: ‘G.P.O.SYDNEY/E/21JUL1995/N.S.W.-2000’, on $20 Painting on Tax Pack cover. PO 25/4/1809. $6 1183 * A A1 Sydney Harbour Bridge (1): ‘SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE/ 24MAR/6 PM/1932/N.S.W. - POSTED ON BRIDGE/DURING OPENING/CELEBRATIONS’ machine cancel on 2d typo Bridge on Jamieson cover. PO 19/3/1932; closed 2/4/1932. $20 1184 * A- B1 Sydney Showground: ‘SHOW GROUND/24MR37/SYDNEY’ (A1 backstamp), on 4d KGV on Jamieson cover with blue provisional registration label, water damage. PO c.1916. $85 1185 * A A1 Sylvania: ‘SYLVANIA/4OC58/N.S.W.’ on 3½d x3 & 1/- on cover to Sydney with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1883; closed 23/8/ 1986. $10 1186 * A A1 - ‘SYLVANIA/23AU86/NSW-AUST’ on 33c PSE Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. $6 1187 D A A2 Tallimba: 2 strikes of ‘TALLIMBA/14JE33/N.S.W’ on 2d red & 3d blue KGV. PO 18/8/1924. $10 1188 D A A1- Tamworth: 2 partly overlapping strikes of double-oval ‘REGISTERED/19JU00/TAMWORTH, N.S.W’ on 1d Arms & 2d blue pair. PO 1/1/1840. $10 East Raleigh PO 1/6/1911.


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 - light ‘TELEGRAPHS TAMWORTH/30JE46/N.S.W’ (A1 backstamp) on 2d & 3d Cable on cover with blue registration label. Tanja: 2 strikes of ‘TANJA/29AU80/N.S.W’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/9/1878;

$10

[Snowy Mountains Scheme]

$50

Taren Point: light ‘TAREN POINT/17MY56/N.S.W.’ (A1 backstamp) on 1/0½d Registration Envelopee with blue registration label. [Not recorded by Hopson & Tobin - presumed to be type 2A but is actually type 2E.] RO 1/6/1927; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Sylvania Waters PO 21/1/1972.

HILL/14SE66/N.S.W’

1193 * A B2

Taverner’s Hill: ‘TAVERNER’S (LRD by 9 yrs) on 3c on 24c Registration Envelope with blue registration label, Brown cover. [The only recorded example with SDL] PO

1194 * A B1

Temora (2): ‘TEMORA/29OC56/N.S.W’ on 6½d on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. Renamed from

$10

Terranora (2): ‘TERRANORA/7AU70/N.S.W-AUST’ on 30c Cook (part M/S) on Blackwood cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 15/10/1915; PO 16/7/1917. The Camp: 23mm framed ‘THE C[AM]P/OC26/1907/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms. Stated by previous owner to be in the North Tablelands. TO c.1901; closed c.1907. The Lagoon: ‘THE LAGOON/16J?43/N.S.W.’ on 2½d red KGVI.

1199 * A B2 1200 D A A2 1201 * A- A1 1202 * A B2 1203 S A A2 1204 * A A2

1205 D B1 1206 S A A2 1207 * A A2 1208 D A B2 1209 D A A2 1210 * A A2 1211 D A2 1212 * A B1 1213 D A A1 1214 D A B2 1215 D B11216 D A B1 1217 * A- B2

1218 D A1+ 1219 D A A21220 * A A2 1221 D A B2 1222 * A A11223 D A A2 1224 S A A2

1869.

Renamed from Lagoons PO c.1878; closed 30/6/1982.

LAGOON/30JE82/N.S.W’

- 2 strikes of ‘THE (Closing Day) on illustrated 24c PSE Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. 12OC60 /NSW-AUST’ on 5d Thiess Village: ‘THIESS VILLAGE/ blue on piece PO 1/10/1958; closed 24/5/1961. [Snowy Mountains Scheme]

Thuddungra: 2 strikes of ‘THUDDUNGRA/22DE78/N.S.W-AUST’ on 20c Wombat (toning) on Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. PO 16/10/1886; closed 22/12/1978. Thumb Creek: ‘THUMB CREEK/15OC68/N.S.W’ (LRD by 7 yrs) on 5c x2 & 20c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. RO 11/1/1923; PO 1/7/1927; closed 26/3/1970. Tinonee: ‘TINONEE/24AU1915/N.S.W’ on ½d green KGV. PO

1227 * A- A2

1229 D A A1 1230 D A B2

East Temora PO 9/8/1880.

1196 * A A1

1198 D A B2

$80

$40

Tempe: violet ‘POSTMASTER/19/FEB/1948/TEMPE, N.S.W. AUST’ on 5½d Emu. [Rare] Renamed from Cook’s River PO 1/3/

1226 S A B3

1228 S A B2

1/2/1930; closed 7/1/1977.

1195 D A B2

1197 D A B2

$30

closed 29/8/1980.

1191 * A A1+ Tantangara: 2 strikes of ‘TANTANGARA/17SE59/NSW-AUST’ on Money Order Advices cover. PO 7/10/1958; closed 10/3/1961. 1192 * A A1-

1225 * A B1

$15 $20

1231 D A A2 1232 D A A2 1233 * A B1 1234 * A A1

$50

1235 D A B2

$10

1236 D A B1

$10

1237 * A A1

$20 $10 $40

1238 * A A1 1239 * A A1 1240 S A A2-

$10

1241 * C B2

2/7/1945; closed 25/11/1971.

$100

1242 D A B2

1/1/1862; closed 30/5/1931.

$10

1243 D A B2-

1/1/1855.

CREEK/26JE70/NSW-AUST’ (LRD

Tom’s Creek: ‘TOM’S by 4 by yrs) on 5c x3 & 15c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record one date of 1966.] PO Tomago: framed ‘TOMAGO/JY20/1907/N.S.W.’ on piece. PO

Tooraweenah: framed ‘TOORAWEENAH/JU5/1915/N.S.W’ on 1d red KGV. PO 10/2/1896. Torrington: ‘TORRINGTON/26SE78/NSW-2371’ on 2c on long PSE. Renamed from Torington PO 21/5/1970. Torrowangee: ‘TORROWANGEE/14AU1936/N.S.W.’ on 2d Cable. PO 1/1/1892; closed 29/9/1942. Towrang: ‘TOWRANG/■?SE58/N.S.W-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII.

$10 $4 $15

PO 1/4/1881; closed 30/6/1976.

$10

closed 30/11/1971.

$20

Trida (2): ‘TRIDA/16SE70/NSW-AUST’ (LRD by 11 yrs) on 30c Cook on Brown cover with blue registration label. PO 19/4/1926; Trundle: ‘PAID AT TRUNDLE/-2SE74/N.S.W’ (dateline to left) in red. Renamed from Trundle Lagoon PO 1/7/1892. Trungley Hall: 2 strikes of ‘TRUNGLEY HALL/5DE81/N.S.W’ (Closing Day) on 24c Thylacine on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 6/6/1902; closed 5/12/1981. Tumut: ‘TUMUT/7MY53/N.S.W.’ type 2C (arcs 7,6) on ½d Roo. [This type not recorded by Hopson & Tobin] PO 1/1/1849. Turill: ‘TURILL/9AP38/N.S.W’ on 2d red KGVI. Renamed from Inglewood RO 1/2/1892; PO 1/9/1896; closed 29/6/1984.

Turner’s Flat: ‘TURNERS FLAT/30JE64/N.S.W.’ (Archival strike). RO 15/1/1912; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1964. Tuross Head: ‘TUROSS HEAD/6FE64/N.S.W’ on 5d blue. PO 14/1/1929.

Tweed Heads: 2 strikes of ‘TWEED HEADS/30JUL1987/N.S.W. 2485’ on 37c Possum & 60c Lionfish pair on long window-faced cover (corner clipped) with small Priority Paid label and 12-hr clock ‘TWEED HEADS, NEW/SOUTH WALES 2485/ 30JUL1987/PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ (A1) on front. PO 1/7/1878. Tweed Heads Delivery Centre: blue boxed ‘RECEIVED IN THIS/CONDITION AT/TWEED HEADS/DELIVERY CENTRE’ on piece from cover dated 9/1/2006. Tweed Heads West: ‘TWEED HEADS WEST/8NO66/N.S.WAUST’ on 4c red QEII. PO 1/12/1953; closed 12/11/1976. Two Mile Flat: 2 strikes of ‘TWO MILE FLAT/4JE80/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/12/1867; closed 4/6/1980. Tyagarah: 3 strikes of ‘TYAGARAH/15AU21/N.S.W’ on 1d red & 2d orange KGV pair. PO 15/9/1902; closed 29/12/1964. Uarbry: 2 strikes of ‘UARBRY/4JE80/N.S.W-AUST’ on 22c Kingfisher on Philas PO Closure cover, unaddressed. PO 1/4/ 1870; closed 4/6/1980.

Ulamambri: ‘ULAMAMBRI/15AP37/N.S.W.’ on 6d Kookaburra pair. PO 27/6/1922; closed 30/6/1977. Ulmarra: 27mm ‘ULMARRA/10MR22/=N[.S.]W=’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/4/1859.

1244 D A B2 1245 * A A2 1246 D A 1247 D A1

Umina: ‘UMINA/9OC50/N.S.W.’ (LRD) on 8½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label PO 1/3/1924; renamed Umina

Beach PO 1/12/1951.

Upper Copmanhurst: framed ‘UPPER COPM[ANHURST]/ SP16/1900/N.S.W’ on 6d orange. Renamed from Copmanhurst PO

1/8/1892; RO 13/4/1920; PO 15/4/1921; closed 30/3/1946.

Upper Lansdowne: 2 strikes of framed ‘UPPER LANSDOWNE/ 14OC/1907/N.S.W’ on 2d blue on 3d N.S.W. Registered Cover, addressed to Tatts, Hobart. Renamed from Upper Lansdown PO 1/3/

$15

31/3/1887; PO 16/12/1908; closed 30/3/1963.

$10

Upper North Creek: ‘UPPER NORTH CREEK/15MR?5/ [N.S.W]’ on blue provisional registration label. PO 1/8/1880; RO

Upper Orara: 2 strikes of ‘UPPER ORARA/15MR24/=N.S.W=’ on 1½d green KGV x3. PO 15/11/1890; closed 19/12/1973. Uranquinty Camp: ‘URANQUINTY CAMP/24JE53/N.S.WAUST’ on 3½d Coronation. PO 1/12/1948; closed 31/3/1959. [Migrant Camp]

Urbenville: ‘* MONEY ORDER TELLER */11JUN1992/ URBENVILLE/N.S.W./2475’ on 45c. PO 1/4/1910. Valla: ‘VALLA/26AP.1932/N.S.W’ on 2d Bridge. Renamed from

Deep Creek PO 1/2/1906; closed 29/9/1942.

Villawood (2): ‘VILLAWOOD /16JE56/N.S.W-AUST’ (A1+ backstamp - ‘DEPOT’ removed) on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/5/1950. Wagga Wagga R.A.A.F. P.O. (2): ‘WAGGA WAGGA RAAF P.O./ 1130A17MR62/NSW-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII on illustrated (Koala & Kookaburra) tourism cover, addressed. Renamed from Allonville

$4

1255 * A A2

$10

1256 S A A2

$10

1257 * A A2

$12 $10 $10 $15

1258 * A A1 1259 * A B2

$10

$30 $10 $50

1978.

$10

Wallsend PO 17/1/1916.

$10

Wallsend-Plattsburg: ‘WALLSEND PLATTSBURG/16NO14/ N.S.W’ on 1d Roo. Renamed from Wallsend PO 1/10/1891; renamed Wambool: ‘WAMBOOL/21JA37/N.S.W.’ (B1 backstamp) on 2d red KGV (3d excised) on cover to Sydney with mss “Wambool/ 148” in lieu of registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record one date only of 1937!] PO 11/5/1908; closed 31/3/1970. Wantagong: ‘WANTAGONG/13MY48/N.S.W’ on 2½d red KGVI.

$50

Renamed from Maclaurin RO 15/2/1912; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1951.

$15

renamed Ward’s River PO 11/3/1925.

$25

1979.

$10

12/4/1886; closed 30/4/1981.

$10

PO 1/10/1963.

$15

Ward’s River Railway: 2 strikes of ‘WARD’S RIVER RAILWAY/ 1AU24/N.S.W’ on 6d brown Roo right margin pair. PO 15/5/1913;

Warialda Rail: ‘WARIALDA RLY STN/5NO29/=N.S.W=’, on 1½d WA Centenary. Renamed from Warialda R.S. PO c.1917; closed 9/11/

Warkton: 2 strikes of ‘WARKTON/30AP81/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO

Warragamba Dam (2): 30mm ‘WARRAGAMBA DAM/ 9JE47/N.S.W-AUST’ on piece. PO 1/10/1942; renamed Warragamba

1252 S A A2

1254 S A B2

$20

$10

Waitara East: ‘WAITARA EAST/3JE70/NSW-AUST’ on 9c. [Not recorded by Hopson & Tobin] PO 1/6/1966; closed 5/8/1994. Wallangra: ‘WALLANGRA/14FE80/N.S.W.’ (Closing day) on 20c Robin, unaddressed. PO 1/2/1888; closed 14/2/1980. Wallgrove Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O.WALLGROVE/5AP40/N.S.WAUST’ (arcs 1,1) on 4d on Leek cover with blue registration label. [The first offered by us] PO 5/2/1940; closed 14/9/1946. Wallis: 2 strikes of ‘WALLIS/31OC78/NSW-2323’ on 20c Wombat on Closing Day cover, unaddressed. PO 3/8/1971; closed 31/10/

$5

$8

$4

RO 15/11/1910; PO 15/6/1914; closed 7/1/1987.

1251 D A A1

1253 * A

$10

$10

Wagstaff Point: ‘WAGSTAFF POINT/17OC60/N.S.W’ on 5d NT.

$10

$20

$12

R.A.A.F. P.O. PO 1/10/1960.

$12

$10

$5

1896; closed 30/6/1980.

Warren: violet ‘POST OFFICE/8/DEC/1959/WARREN, N.S.W.’ backstamp. PO 14/8/1863. 1248 * A B1 Warwick Farm: ‘WARWICK FARM/15JA82/NSW-AUST’ on 60c x4, 10c & 1c on 22c PSE with blue registration label, Brown cover. Renamed from Liverpool North PO 2/1/1964; closed 18/1/1990. 1249 * A- AB1 Waterloo (2): ‘WATERLOO/2MR59/N.S.W-AUST’ on 1/7d Registration Envelope with blue label. RO 1/11/1876; PO 11/6/1883. 1250 D A B2 Wattamondara: light framed ‘WATTAMONDARA/22OC/1928/ N.S.W’ on 6d brown Roo. Renamed from Wattamadara PO 1/10/1903;

$10

$20

closed 6/7/1988.

Waverley (1): ‘WAVERLEY/1015A27MY12/N.S.W.’ on 1d Arms.

PO 1/1/1858; renamed Bondi Junction PO 11/9/1938.

Wellingrove: ‘[W]ELLIN GROVE/2???37/N.S.W’ (error; 2 words) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/1/1849; closed 31/5/1974. Wentworth Falls: black & white real photo PPC ‘Wentworth Falls, Leura’ Empire Series card, franked with 1d Arms, 2? Mar 1910 Katoomba, N.S.W cds, to England. PO 20/11/1886. Werris Creek: 27½mm ‘WERRIS CREEK/12OC27/N.S.W’ on 1hd red KGV. PO 1/1/1878. West Chatswood: d/boxed ‘E P Australia Post/POST 16FEB1996 - OFFICE/WEST CHATSWOOD NSW 2057’ on Pre-Paid Post Card. PO 25/10/1989. West Pennant Hills: ‘WEST PENNANT HILLS/ 12OC36/=N.S.W=’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue provisional registration label. Renamed from Pennant Hills PO 1/8/1898. Westgate: ‘W[ESTGA]TE/17JY43/N.S.W.-AUST.’ (A1 backstamp) on 2½d & 3d on cover with ‘WESTGATE, N.S.W’/ ”R79” in lieu of registration label. Renamed from South Annandale PO 1/5/1937.

Weston: ‘WESTON/12MR38/N.S.W.’ on 5d KGV on cover with mss “R Weston/6” in lieu of registration label. PO 25/1/1904. Wherrol Flat: ‘WHERROL FLAT/26SP1[71]/N.S.W’ on 18c x2 on registered Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 1/10/1876; closed 31/12/1976.

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

NR $10 $15


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1260 S A B2 1261 * A B2 1262 D A A2

White Swamp: light ‘WHITE SWAMP/21FE1915/N.S[.W]’ on 1d red KGV. [Very rare - Hopson & Tobin only record 1 date.] RO

10/7/1888; PO 4/2/1907; closed 31/12/1915.

$60

PO 1/5/1856.

$10

28/2/1970.

$15

Wilberforce: ‘WILBERFOR[CE]/7NO35/N.S.W.’ on 2d red KGV & 3d Vic Centenary on cover with blue & black registration label.

Wilde’s Meadow: ‘WILDE’S MEADOW/AP17/1931/N.S.W’ on 2d Kingsford-Smith. Renamed from Myra Vale PO 1/12/1900; closed

1263 * B2

William Street: ‘WILLIAM STREET/12SE50/[N.S.W. ]AUST.’ (arcs 3,3 - a1 backstamp) on 6d & 2½d on Hotel Imperial cover with blue registration label. PO 11/8/1873; renamed Kings Cross PO

1264 * A A2

Windale: ‘WINDALE/4MY81/N.S.W-AUST’ on $2, 28c & 2c on cover with blue registration label. PO 2/7/1951. Wingen: ‘WINGEN/28NO61/N.S.W’ on 5d Xmas. PO 1/4/1869;

1265 D A A2 1266 * A B1 1267 * A C2 1268 * A- B2 1269 D A A1 1270 D A A1 1271 D A2 1272 S A A2 1273 D A A1

1274 * A A1 1275 D A A2 1276 * A 1277 D A B2 1278 D A B11279 D A B2 1280 D A1+ 1281 S A A2 1282 * A A2 1283 D A A2 1284 D A A2 1285 D A A2 1286 * A A2 1287 D A B1 1288 * A A2 1289 * A A1 1290 * A B1 1291 * A A2 1292 D A A2 1293 * A C3

1298 D A B2

1/1/1965.

closed 30/4/1985.

- 2 strikes of ‘WINGEN/30AP85/NSW-2416’ (Closing Day) on 33c PSE Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. Wingham: ‘WINGHAM/10OC49/N.S.W’ (A2 backstamp - arcs 3,4) on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kooka on Aust. Tech. Schools cover with blue registration label. PO 1/9/1853. Winton: 2 strikes of framed ‘WINTON/DE5/1905/N.S.W’ on 1d Arms on multicoloured PPC ‘Dairy cows standing in river’, faults. PO 1/5/1893; closed 7/8/1925.

Wollondilly (2): ‘WOLLONDILLY/4SE70/N.S.W’ (LRD) on 10c & 15c on 6c Envelope with blue registration label, Brown cover. TO

14/7/1926; PO 3/1/1927; closed 26/2/1971.

Wollongong Central: ‘WOLLONGONG CENTRAL/ 9AU54/N.S.W-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Crown

Street Wollongong PO 1/6/1938; closed 21/9/1968.

Wongarbon: ‘WONGARBON/25OC37/N.S.W.’ on piece with red C2 registration label. Renamed from Murrumbidgerie PO 27/4/

1299 S A B2 1300 * B B1 1301 * A B1 1302 D A A2

$5 $5

1303 * B C1

$4

1304 * A B1

$10

1305 * A B2

$15 $150 $20 $4

1306 S A B2 1307 D A A1 1308 * A A3 1309 * A B2 1310 * A B1

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- ‘TRAVELLING P.O.No.2 SOUTH/13JL27/N.S.W’ Peck #2S5 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated 6] $15 - 25mm ‘TRAVELLING P.O. SOUTH No2/JU15/1903/N.S.W’, Peck #2S6a, on 1d Arms pair. [Rated 5] $8 - ‘TRAVELLING P.O. SOUTH NO2/JY10/1906/N.S.W’ Peck #2S6a, on 1d Arms on spotty PPC of ‘Cootamundra Water Works, Catchment Area, Hardy Folly’. [Rated 5] $30 - ‘TRAVELLING P.O. SOUTH NO2/OC15/1907/N.S.W’ Peck D #2S6a, on 1d Arms, double-circle ‘LATE FEE/1 ’ (not recorded by Peck) alongside, on PPC. [Rated 5] $50 - one complete strike and one part strike (B2) of ‘TRAVELLING O P.O.SOUTH N 3/JA24/98/N.S.W’, Peck #3S4 on 2d blue vertical pair. [Rated 8] $40 - ‘TRAVELLING P.O. NO3 SOUTH.A/AP13/07/N.S.W’ Peck D #3S6 (LRD) on 1d Arms, poor double-circle ‘LATE FEE/1 ’ alongside, on PPC, posted at Junee R.S. [Rated 7] $60 South West: ‘T.P.O.SOUTH WEST/14FE1910/N.S.W.’ Peck #SW1 on 1d Arms on PPC. [Rated 9] $100 West: ‘TRAV[ELL]ING P.O.NO1 WEST.A/NO30/1906/N.S.W’ Peck #1W9a on 1d Arms on PPC. [Rated 6] $40 - ‘T.P.O.1.WEST/DOWN 2MY24/2/N.S.W’ Peck #1W13 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated 6] $12 - 27mm ‘T.P.O.NO2.WEST/15JE25/N.S.W’ Peck #2W7 on 1½d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated 7] $25 - ‘[T.P.]O.2 WEST/2?FE11/N.S.W’ Peck #2W8 (ERD by 14 yrs!) on 1d Arms x2 on PPC of ‘Fountain in Park. Forbes.’. [Rated 6] $60 - 3 partly overlapping strikes of ‘TRAVELLING P.O.NO3 WEST/ JA11/08/N.S.W’ Peck #3W5 on 1d Arms on PPC, nice ‘REDHEAD/13JA1908/N.S.W’ on face. [Rated 7] $40 - TRAVELLING P.O.NO3 WEST/JA7/9/N.S.W’ Peck #3W5 on 1d Arms on PPC of ‘Church of England, Dubbo. N.S.Wales’. [Rated 7] $60

1908.

$8 NEW SOUTH WALES | Reliefs 1311 S A A3+ NG: cut-down ‘ NG /[?]MR35/[N.S.W]’ on 2d red KGV. $10 1312 S B A2 P: cut-down relief ‘ P /26MR31/N.S.W’ on 2d KSmith (faults). 1313 S A A2 T: cut-down ‘ T /7AU34/N.S.W’ on 2d Vic Centenary.

1/9/1884.

$10

Woodford Dale: ‘WOODFORD DA[LE]/12SP1922/N.S.[W]’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/1/1905; closed 30/9/1971. Woolgoolga: ‘WOOLGOOLGA/26AU81/NSW-2450’ in 24c. [Hopson & Tobin record use for only 3 years before being replaced with an new datestamp with a different postcode.] PO

Woolomin: ‘WOOLOMIN/8NO46/N.S.W.’ on 2½d Mitchell pair & ½d Roo on cover with “R.WOOLOMIN./05” in lieu of registration label. PO 1/10/1889; closed 28/2/1974. - ‘WOOLOMIN/14AP66/N.S.W.’ on 5d blue QEII perf ‘G/NSW’. Woomargama: poor strike of ‘WOOMARGAMA/ 26MY36/N.S.W’ (better backstamp) in 3d & 2d KGV on cover with blue & blacj C2 registration label. PO 1/8/1875. Wurrumbungle: ‘WARRUMBUNGLE/1JE72/N.S.W’ (sic) on 7c. PO 1/9/1897.

Wuuluman: framed ‘WUULUMAN/AU/1907/N.S.W’ (day missing) alongside 2d blue cancelled with poor BN ‘1905’ (D2 Rated RRRRR). PO 1/11/1898; closed 3/5/1940. Wyanga: ‘WYANGA/2NO?1/=N.S.W=’ on ½d Roo & 2d red KGVI. RO 15/10/1912; PO 15/5/1915; closed 31/1/1972. Wychbury: ‘WYCHBURY/17SE69/NSW-AUST’. [Hopson & Tobin record 1971 only] PO 1/9/1959; closed 18/3/1980. Wyndham: ‘[W]YNDHAM/17AP193/[N.]S.W’ on ½d green KGV. PO 1/4/1880.

Wyong: ‘PAID AT WYONG/-■16AU63/N.S.W’ in red on windowfaced cover. Renamed from Wyong R.S. PO 1/4/1889. Wyong Creek: ‘WYONG CREEK/30SP35/N.S.W’ in violet on 2d ANZAC. PO 1/4/1877; closed 4/4/1967. Wyong North: ‘WYONG NORTH/3JA69/NSW-AUST’ on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. PO 2/1/

1958; closed 28/2/1979.

Yalgogrin North: ‘YALGOGRIN NORTH/10NO36/N.S.W’ on 2d SA Centenary. PO 15/10/1894; closed 29/1/1985. Yamba: ‘YAMBA/18DE72/NSW-AUST’ on PMG registered article card. Renamed from Clarence River Heads PO 1/6/1885. Yarrabandai (2): ‘YARRABANDAI/20NO 64/N.S.W’ (spaced DL) on 5d green. RO 15/2/1911; PO 15/11/1913; closed 30/9/1980. - ‘YARRABANDAI/30SE80/N.S.W’ (Closing day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. Yarras: 2 strikes of ‘YARRAS/30JA81/N.S.W.’ (Closing Day) on 22c Kingfisher on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/12/ 1875; closed 30/1/1981.

Yarrowitch: 2 strikes of ‘YARROWITCH/31MY79/N.S.W’ (Closing Day) on 20c Little Grebe on Philas Last Day cover, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1899; closed 31/5/1979. Yelgun: ‘YELGUN/10AU71/NSW-AUST’ on 18c x2 on Brown cover with blue blank provisional registration label. [Hopson & Tobin record 1971 only] RO 6/4/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1974. Yethera: 28½mm ‘YETHERA/18FE39/N.S.W’ (LRD by 4 years) on 1d green QE. RO 16/10/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/6/1940. Yullundry (2): ‘YU[LLU]NDRY/[AP3]/1884/=N.S.W=’ transit on 1d Postal Card from Orange, framed ‘MOLONG/AP4/ 1884/N.S.W’ (A1) arrival. PO 16/2/1881; closed 7/10/1887.

NEW SOUTH WALES | Travelling Post Offices 1294 * A A3 North: ‘T.P.O.1.NORTH/UP—-13JU10/[?]/[N.S.W]’ on 2d blue on PPC. [Rated 7] 1295 S A B2 - ‘T.P.O/No 3 N/B’-in-bars (#3N1) on 1d Arms. [Rated 8] 1296 D A2 North West: ‘T.P.O.1 NTH. WEST/UP14SE39/C/N.S.W.’, Peck #1NW8, on 2d red & 3d blue KGVI on long piece with blank blue provisional registration label. 1297 * A A1+ South: ‘T.P.O.1. SOUTH/6JY71U/1/NSW-AUST’ Peck #1S21 on 6c on cover.

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

NORTHERN TERRITORY | Registration Labels 1314 Larrakeyah - blue & black C5 - blue numbers Larrimah - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Maningrida - blue C6. 1315 Mataranka - red provisional C4, blue & black provisional (C1, C4 x2), blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x4 (‘SOUTH AUSTRALIA’ x2, ‘N.T.’ x2). 1316 Newcastle Waters - blue & black C5 - blue numbers, blue provisional C6, blue C6 x4 (‘SOUTH AUSTRALIA’ x1, ‘N.T.’ x3). 1317 Nguiu - blue provisional C6, blue C6 Nhulumbuy - blue C6 x3. 1318 Night Cliff - blue C6 Nightcliff - blue provisional C6 x3, blue C6 x2. 1319 Palmerston - blue C6 x2 Parap - blue C6 x3. 1320 Pine Creek - red provisional C2, blue & black provisional C5 blue numbers, blue & black C1, light blue & black C5 - black numbersblue provisional M3 x2, blue provisional C6 x2, blue C6 x3 (‘SOUTH AUSTRALIA’ x2, ‘N.T.’ x1). 1321 Powell Creek - red provisional V2B, blue & black provisional C1, blue provisional C6. 1322 Rankine River - red provisional (C1 x2, C2). 1323 Roper River - red provisional red (C1 x2, C2, C4), blue provisional C6 NORTHERN TERRITORY 1324 * A B1 Alice Springs Military P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O.ALICE SPRINGS/2P20JA42/NORTH-AUST’ on 4d Koala on air concession cover to Perth. PO 5/3/1941; closed 15/1/1946. 1325 * A A1- Alice Springs South: ‘ALICE SPRINGS SOUTH/27MR87/NT5750’ (Closing day) on unaddressed 36c Old Parliament House, Adelaide PSE. PO 15/6/1960; closed 27/3/1987. 1326 * A A2 Berrimah: ‘BERRIMAH/1NO62/NT-AUST’ on 5d Commonwealth Games on illustrated Royal FDC, unaddressed. PO 2/1/1957. 1327 * A B1 Borroloola: ‘BORROLOOLA/24JE77/NT-AUST’ on 8c & 10c on cover to England. PO 1/9/1886. 1328 S A A2 Charlotte Waters: 23mm framed ‘[CHARLO]TTE WATERS/ ?P11/95/S_A’, on 2d orange DLR overprinted ‘OS’. [Rated P] PO 1329 D A/B

$10

1330 * A B1

$20

1331 * A B1

$25 1332 D A A1 $20 1333 * A A1 $20 $25

1334 * A A1 1335 * A A1

$10 $12

1336 * A C3

1/1/1878; TO c.-/8/1930; closed 21/8/1938.

Darwin Mail Centre: selection of 19 datestamps, 1979-2001, lightly glued to pages, minor duplication. MC 23/2/1973. Elliott (2): 44mm double-circle ‘ELLIOTT/8OCT1999/NT 0862’ on Elliott District Community Government Council cover. PO 29/11/1965.

Galiwinku: ‘GALIWINKU/8JA75/NT-5791’ on philatelic air cover to England with letter from PM explaining the meaning of Galiwinku. PO 1/3/1971; closed 31/8/1982. [on Elcho Island] Groote Eylandt: ‘GROOTE EYLANDT/21OC38/NORTH-AUST’ on 4d Koala on strip with blue provisional registration label. PO 15/7/1938; closed 10/8/1943.

H.M.A.S. Coonawarra: ‘H.M.A.S. COONAWARRA/ 1030A9NO87/NT 5789’ (opening day) on 37c PSE, unaddressed. PO 9/11/1987; closed 17/9/1993. - ‘H.M.A.S. COONAWARRA/5-P-6JE91/NT 0820’ on 43c RSL PSE, unaddressed. Hermannsburg (2): ‘HERMANNSBURG/6JE77/NT-AUST’ on 18c on unaddressed cover. PO 1/11/1959; CMA 31/12/1982. Howard Springs: poor strike of ‘HOWARD SPRINGS/?30?6OC85/1/NT-5791’ on registered Taylor cover with blue registration label. PO 2/4/1979.

$5 $3 $4

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

$20 $20 $30 $30

$20 $5 $10 $10 $12 $12 $6 $15 $150 $6 $5 $10 $10


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- ‘HOWARD on 33c on Taylor cover. Humpty Doo: 37mm double-circle ‘HUMPTY DOO/ 12JUL1988/N.T. 0836’ on 37c PSE, unaddressed. PO 15/6/1982. Jabiru: poor 32mm ‘JABIRU/?P7MY85/NT-5796’ on cover with blue registration label sellotaped on. PO 27/10/1980. [Ranger

Uranium Mine]

- 32mm ‘JABIRU/2-P15JY86/NT-5796’ on security post receipt. Jabiru East: ‘JABIRU EAST/1030A1-JE81/NT-5796’ on 22c PSE strip. [Only open for 2 years.] PO 23/10/1979; closed 23/10/1981.

1344 D A1

from Emungalan PO 13/6/1927.

$20

- ‘KATHERINE/3JA44/NORTH·AUST’ on 5½d on air cover to Adelaide. Larrimah: ‘LARRIMAH/13OC60/N.T.-AUST’ on piece. TO 1/7/

1946; PO 1/6/1953; closed 2/7/1979.

Mataranka (1): ‘MATARANKA/8SE31/[NORT]HERN TERRITORY’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Mattaranka TO c.1923;

1346 * B B3

Mataranka (3): ‘MATARANKA/[?]/[NORTHERN TERRITORY]’ on 6½d green KGVI (faults) on illustrated air cover to NSW. PO

1348 * A- A2 1349 * A- B1 1350 * A B1 1351 * A A1

$5 $10 $20

1345 S A- A2

1347 * A A1

$10

[Ranger Uranium Mine]

1342 * A A1+ Katherine (2): ‘KATHERINE/23AP33/NORTH AUST.’ on 5d KGV on air cover to Collarenebri, NSW, via Adelaide. Renamed 1343 * A A1

$10

PO c.1930; closed 3/8/1942.

$10

$30 $20

1/12/1934; closed 31/10/1979.

$80

WATERS/7AU50/NTH

- ‘NEWCASTLE AUST’ on 5½d air cover to Sydney. - 3 strikes of ‘NEWCASTLE WATERS/21JE77/NTH AUST’ on 2c, 8c & 10c on Occleshaw cover. - ‘NEWCASTLE WATERS/430P24OC79/NT-5760’ on $1, 50c x2 & 20c on Taylor cover, with blue registration label. Nguiu: ‘RELIEF/19NO74/1/NT-AUST’ on 75c, 50c & 10c on Occleshaw cover with blue provisional registration label, signed on back by postmaster. PO 3/6/1974; replaced by Wurrumiyanga PO

1378 * A B1 1379 * A A1-

1380 * C B2

1381 * A A1

$20

1/6/1946; TO 30/5/1964; closed 8/10/1976.

Newcastle Waters: ‘NEWCASTLE WATERS/15JE33/NTH AUST’ on 2d red KGV & 3d Airmail on Air cover to Victoria. [Rare use during TO period.] TO c.-/9/1910; PO c.-/8/1915; TO c.1923; PO

1377 * A B1

1382 * A A1 1383 D A B2 1384 * A A1 1385 * A A1

$20

- 25mm squared-circle ‘PT DARWIN/19/JU9/05/S_A’ on 2d violet pair on Tatt’s cover. Renamed from Palmerston PO c.1877; renamed

Darwin PO 18/3/1911.

- 26mm squared-circle ‘PT DARWIN/19/OC11/07/S_A’ on 2d violet pair on Tatt’s cover. Roper Bar: ‘ROPER BAR/4MY70/NT-5777’ (A1 backstamp) on 30c on Brown cover with typed provisional registration label. [A similar item realised $360 in #51.] Renamed from Roper River PO c.-

/8/1969; closed 31/10/1971.

Roper River (2): ‘ROPER RIVER/31JA41/NORTHERN TERRITORY’ (better backstamp) on 2d red KGVI & 3d AIF on Turley cover with blue provisional C5 registration label. Cover is well wrinkled. Fine ‘MATARANKA/6FE41/NORTHERN TERRITORY’ backstamp. PO c.1890; RO c.1908; PO c.1927; renamed Roper Bar PO c.-/8/1969.

- ‘ROPER RIVER/24OC45/NORTHERN TERRITORY’ on 1d maroon & 3½d Gloucester, on Royal Geographical Society illustrated Ludwig Leichhardt addressed commemorative cover with cachet in purple and blank provisional registration label. Ti Tree: ‘TI TREE/28JE85/NT-5751’ closing day on 43c Kakadu PSE, unaddressed. Replaced Tea Tree Well PO 3/12/1981; closed 28/6/1985.

Tindal: ‘TINDAL/13NO66/NT-AUS[T]’ on 4c Dampier (cut-toshape). PO 1/12/1964; closed 21/1/1971. Yuendumu: double-circle ‘YUENDUMU/17OCT1997/NT 0872’, on illustrated Alexander Opening Day of LPO, franked with 45c dreaming. PO 1/5/1979; CMA 7/2/1989; LPO 17/10/1997. Yulara: ‘YULARA/5P18JE84/NT 5751’ (opening day) on 30c NT Arms PSE, uprated with 1c AAT ships, unaddressed. PO 18/6/

1984.

$15 QUEENSLAND 1386 V B C3 $25 1387 F A B1 1388 F A B1

1860 Small Chalon Wmk Large Star Clean-Cut Perf 14-16 6d green, SG #6, Cat £70, a few small faults. 1860-61 Small Chalon Wmk Small Star Clean-Cut Perf 14-16 6d green SG 9. 1862-67 Small Chalon Thick Toned Paper, No Wmk Rough Perf 13 1d Indian red SG 21. 1866 Small Chalon Wmk QUEENSLAND POSTAGE Perf 13 1d orange-vermilion (partly oxidized), SG #51, Cat £28. 1868-78 Small Chalon Wmk 1st Crown/Q Perf 12 6d yellowgreen SG 106. - 1/- purple SG 109. 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 1st Crown/Q Sideways 2/bright blue, SG #152, Cat £32, fiscal cancel. 1882-95 Large Chalons Wmk 3rd Crown/Q Thick Paper 10/brown, SG #160, Cat £48, revenue cancel. 1890-94 Lined-Oval Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 2/- redbrown, SG #197, Cat £42, rough perfs at base 1897-1908 4-Corners Wmk 2nd Crown/Q Perf 12½,13 2½d rose SG 236. - 3d brown SG 240.

c.-/6/2010. [Bathurst Island] $50 1389 F B C2 - informative 3 page letter, from the postmaster to the BSAP Bulletin, explaining about Nguiu and why they were still using a relief cancel. Cancelled with ‘RELIEF/24OC74/1/NT-AUST’. $20 1390 F A B1 1353 * A B1 - ‘RELIEF/24OC74/1/NT-AUST’ on 18c International Reply Coupon. $15 1391 F A B1 1392 F A B3 1354 D A A2 - 38mm triple-circle ‘AUSTRALIA POST/3JUN1998/NGUIU NT 0822’ on 45c. PO 3/6/1974. [Bathurst Island] $5 1393 F A B1 1355 D A A1- Nhulunbuy: ‘NHULUNBUY/13JY70/NT-5797’ (arcs 9,9) on 5c Deakin. [Rated R] PO 4/2/1970. $5 1394 * A C3 1356 * A A2 - ‘NHULUNBUY/10MR71/NT-5797’ (arcs 7,7) on 30c & 6c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] $15 1395 * A B1 1357 D A/B - selection of 21 datestamps, 1974-97, lightly glued to page, little duplication. $40 1396 * A B1 1358 * A A1 - 37mm ‘POST OFFICE/15JUL1986/NHULUNBUY N.T. 5797’, on $2 x2, 80c & 3c on Taylor security post cover. $20 QUEENSLAND | Railway Stamps 1359 D A1 - violet double-circle ‘NHULUMBUY/M.O.O./12JUN1985/NT 1397 F A B2 1892 3rd Series 1st Issue No Wmk 6d blue-green, Cat 5797’ on piece. $10 #4.1313, ‘1’-in-circles cancel. 1360 D A1 - double-circle ‘NHULUMBUY/M.O.O./18JUN1986/NT 5797’ on 1398 F A 1896 3rd Series 2nd Issue Wmk Q/Crown 1d red & 3d brown piece. $10 x2, Cat #4.1315-6. (3) 1361 * A B2 - violet double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/4JUN1974/NHULUMBUY, 1399 F A 1901 4th Series 1st Issue No Wmk 1d blue & 3d reddish violet N.T. 5797’ on long OHMS cover to Victoria. [The first offered by both P12½, Cat #4.1320-1. us] $50 1400 F A 1903 4th Series 3rd Issue Wmk Train 1d blue P11x12 & 1/1362 * A- B1 Nightcliff: ‘NIGHTCLIFF/19OC67/NO[RTH-]AU[ST]’ (LRD) on rose-red P12, Cat #4.1334,1337. 1c on 24c Registration Envelope with blue label. PO 17/7/1946. $20 1363 * A A1 - 30mm ‘NIGHTCLIFF/9SE68/NT-AUST’ on 30c, 4c & 1c on QUEENSLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards Brown cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rated R] $20 1401 PS A1881-86 Chalon on White Stock 1d lilac-red on buff, size b, HG 1364 * A A1 - ‘NIGHTCLIFF/29SE71/NT-5792’, (ERD by 4 yrs) on 15c, 9c, 8c #3a, printed message for the annual meeting of Dunwich & St & 4c on Horneman cover with blue registration label. $15 Helena Mission, water stained. 1365 D A A1+ - 30mm ‘NIGHTCLIFF/9JUL1987/NT-5792’ on 37c. [Rare used 1402 PS A1904 QV Sideface Views With 4 Line Heading Commencing for about 12 months only. The first offered by us.] $20 ‘QUEENSLAND...’ 1d chocolate on buff ‘Pineapple Plantation, 7SE73 1366 * A1 - red ‘NIGHTCLIFF/PAID/ /NT-AUST-5792’ on Collas cover, Nundah’, ‘MARYBOROUGH/5/OC31/04/QUEENSLAND - 96’ note inside gives first date of use as 9OC72. [Rated 2R] $15 duplex cancel, HG #12. Palmerston: 1900 chromo-litho PPC of ‘PALMERSTON’ 1367 * B QUEENSLAND | Postal History (Aboriginal humpies) to Germany with SA ½d & 1d tied by ‘PORT 1909 use of black & white PPC ‘A Bit Of The Commonwealth’ 1403 *F ADARWIN/OC3/00/SA’ squared-circle, Hong Kong transit & with scene ‘The Harbour from Government House Sydney’ with Frankfurt arrival cds, a few creases at edge. Very early NT card. $100 15OC84 Qld 1d QV tied by TPO 7 S&W UP 9 AU09 cds. /NT-5787’ opening day 1368 * A A1 Palmerston (3): ‘PALMERSTON/ on 30c NT Arms PSE, unaddressed. PO 15/10/1984. $5 QUEENSLAND | Numerals 30AP85 1369 * A- A1 - ‘PALMERSTON/ /NT-5787’ on telegram envelope with enclosed telegram. $20 1404 S A A2 24: BN on 1d Void-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Miriam Vale-PO 1/4/ 1877; closed 21/10/1897; Re-allocated to Miriam Vale PO 11/3/1898. 1370 D A/B - selection of 22 datestamps, with little duplication, 1986-98, lightly glued to page. $20 1405 * A- A2 27: rays on 2d 4-Corners tied by unframed ‘INGRAM/3??/ AP18/07/QUEENSLAND’ (A2) on cover (spike holes) to Hobart. 1371 D A A1 Parap (3): ‘PARAP/7FE64/NT-AUST’ (arcs 16,15 - ‘PARAP’ = Allocated to Ingham-Renamed from Lower Herbert PO 19/1/1882. 15mm long) on 5d blue. [Rated 3R] PO 2/1/1960; renamed Darwin $40 1406 S A- A2 29: light rays (1f) on 1868 1d Chalon wmk Truncated Star SG North PO 2/9/1974. #59 (thinned). [Rated RR by Manning] Allocated to Clermont-PO 1372 * A A2 - ‘PARAP/20OC67/[NT]-AUST’ (arcs 14mm ‘PARAP 19mm wide) 1/7/1864. on 25c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated 3R] $70 1407 * A- B2 33: 4 strikes of rays on 1d 4-Corners x4 tied with unframed 1373 * A A1+ Pine Creek (2): ‘PINE CREEK/3OC78/1/NT-5777’ on philatelic 5c ‘MACKAY/5P/SP28/1905/QUEENSLAND’ (A2) on cover (spike Lettercard. [Rated R] PO c.-/3/1946. $12 holes) to Hobart. Allocated to Mackay-PO 1/8/1863. 1374 - c.1990 coloured photo of Pine Creek PO. $5 1408 * A- B2 47: 2 strikes of rays on 1d 4-Corners pair tied by unframed 1375 * A B1 Port Darwin: 23mm ‘PORT DARWIN N.T./18/MY1/91/S_A’ on ‘CARDWELL/NO25/1904/QUEENSLAND’ (B2) on cover (spike ½d violet Newspaper Wrapper (H&G #E3) to Gordon & Gotch, holes) to Hobart. Allocated to Cardwell-PO 10/7/1864. Melbourne. [Use of wrappers in the 19th Century is quite rare.] $120 1409 * B A2 50: 2 strikes of rays on 2d 4-Corners pair tied by unframed 1376 * A B1 - 26mm ‘PT DARWIN/19/AU19/03/S_A’ on ½d violet Newspaper ‘JERICHO/SP20/07/QUEENSLAND’ (B2) on cover (spike holes) Wrapper (H&G #E7) uprated with ½d cut-out, to England. [This to Hobart. Allocated to Jericho-RO c.1884; PO 2/7/1885. is 3 years earlier than H&G quote as the issue date for this wrapper.] $80 1410 S A A2 53: 2 strikes of rays on 1d Lined-Oval pair. [Rated S] Allocated to

1352

A-

Charleville-PO 1/8/1865.

1411 S A B2 - 2 strikes of BN on 1d Lined-Oval pair. [Rated RR] 1412 S A A2+ 55: BN on 2d blue 4-Corners. Allocated to Gatton-PO 1/1/1866.

$20 $30

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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1413 * B B2

1414 S A A2

58: rays on 2d 4-Corners tied by unframed ‘ALICE/NO?/04/ QUEENSLAND’ (B1 - Rated R) on Tatts cover (faults, including repaired tear), unframed ‘T.P.O.NO1.CENTRALRWAY/NO6/04/ QUEENSLAND’ (B2) backstamp. [Rated RR] Allocated to AliceRenamed 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. 71: rays on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to German Station-PO 14/5/ 1866; renamed Nundah PO 1/1/1883. 73: rays on 3d brown Chalon. [Rated RRRR] Unallocated 81: BN (N1b) on poor 6d Laureate. Allocated to Warwick-PO 1/1/ 1848.

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585: BN tied by unframed ‘BROADMOUNT/OC15/10/ QUEENSLAND’ (B2 - LRD - Rated RRR) on 1d 4-Corners (cutto-shape). [Rated RR] Allocated to Broadmount-RO c.1897; PO c.-/7/

1456 S A B2

586: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated RR] Allocated to Irvingdale-

1899; RO c.1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 17/8/1929.

$50

RO c.1879; PO 4/7/1899; closed 13/12/1966.

$12

$4 QUEENSLAND | Datestamps 1415 S A- B2 $100 1457 * A A1 Acacia Ridge (2): ‘ACACIA RIDGE/11NOV1996/Q 4110’ on Alexander Conversion to LPO cover franked with 45c pets. RO 1416 S C C2 c.1926; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 11/11/1998. $50 1458 * A A1 Alderley: ‘ALDERLEY/2AU79/QLD-AUST’, on $2 & 40c on cover 1417 * B A2 - rays on 2d Chalon on Bank of N.S.W cover (faults) with with blue registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from unframed ‘WARWICK/OC5/1869/QUEENSLAND’ (C2 - Rated Enoggera PO c.-/8/1899. RRRRR - LRD) and unframed ‘TOOWOOMBA/OC6/18??/ QUEENSLAND’ (A2) on reverse. [Rated RRR] $80 1459 * A B1 Alderley Post Depot: ‘POST DEPOT/145P24OC58/ALDERLEY Q’ (LRD) on 7d Flying Doctor on Tatts air cover to Victoria. 1418 S A B2 83: rays on 1d Lined-Oval pair. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Copperfield-PO 1/10/1866; RO c.1900; closed 31/1/1929; 1 1/15/1946. $40 1460 D A A1 Amberley (2): ‘AMBERLEY/4-P18SE59/QLD-AUST’ on 1d purple. Renamed from Amberley R.A.A.F. P.O. PO c.1948. 1419 S A A2 89: rays on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Westwood-PO 1/4/ 1861. $8 1461 * A B2 Amity Point: ‘AMITY POINT/26JY66/QLD-AUST’ on 4c QEII Envelope, addressed to Tatts. PO c.1942. 1420 D A B2 111: BN on 2d 4-Corners on piece tied by unframed 1462 * B A1- Ashgrove West: ‘ASHGROVE WEST/8JY81/QLD-AUST’, on $2 ‘ISISFO[RD]/OC16/01/QUEENSLAND’ (B2). Allocated to Isis & 55c on cut down cover with blue registration label. PO 9/7/1936. Downs-PO 1/6/1868; replaced by Wittown PO c.1876; renamed Isisford PO 1/1/1878. $10 1463 D A A1- Ballandean: ‘BALLANDEAN/6APR60/QUEENSLAND’ (recut) on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1873; RO 1/8/1890; PO c.1914. 1421 S A A2 114: rays on 1d Lined-Oval pair, alongside a 2nd part strike. 1464 D A A1 Bell (2): ‘BELL/1SE49/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated RR] Allocated to Norman River-PO 13/6/1868; renamed Renamed from Bell R.S. PO 26/7/1907. $15 Normanton PO c.1872. 1465 D A A1 Biggenden: ‘BIGGENDEN/19NO45/QUEENSLAND’ (blocks 1422 S A C2 119: poor ‘119’ on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Rishtonrecut to arcs) on 4d Koala & ½d Roo. [Rated R] PO 16/5/1891; RO RO c.1882; PO 1/1/1883; RO c.1896; closed c.1913. $40 1/4/1893; PO c.1895. 1423 S A B2 122: rays on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Coomera-PO 1/4/1869; renamed Upper Coomera PO c.1890; closed 10/1/1977. $12 1466 * A B2 Bingera Plantation: 3 strikes of ‘BINGERA PLANTATION/ 29MY35/QUEENSLAND’ (A2 backstamp) on 1d green x2 & 1½d 1425 * A- B1 148: rays on 1½d brown Postal Card tied with unframed red KGV x2 on cover with provisional blue registration label, ‘THURSDAY ISLAND/NO20/93/QUEENSLAND’ (B1), minor addressed to Brisbane. Surprisingly both copies of 1½d red KGV water stain. Allocated to Thursday Island-Replaced Somerset PO are cracked plate ACSC #92(1)f. RO c.1894; PO c.-/1/1907; closed c.1877. $30 31/5/1976. 1426 * A B1 - rays on 2d 4-Corners pair tied with unframed ‘THURSDAY ISLAND/8P/MR28/04/QUEENSLAND’ (b1) on PPC. $40 1467 D A A1 Blackall: ‘BLACKALL/4472/5AU83/QLD-AUST’ (only recorded date) on 2c Finch. [Rated RRRR by Smithies] Renamed from 1427 * A- B2 152: rays on 2d 4-Corners tied by ‘MOUNT PERRY/ Barcoo PO 31/12/1868. 1030A15SE05/QUEENSLAND’ (B1) on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to 1468 D A A2 Bloomsbury (2): ‘BLOOMSBURY/14JE66/QLD-AUST’ on 4c red Mount Perry-PO 26/7/1871; renamed Tenninering PO 17/8/1882; QEII. [Rated S] RO c.1925; PO c.-/3/1926; closed c.1993. renamed Mount Perry PO 22/8/1884. $15 1469 D A A1 Bollon: ‘BOLLON/15OC46/QLD.’ on 2½d Mitchell. RO c.1879; PO 1428 S A A2+ 157: rays on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Glamorgan Vale1/4/1881. PO 1/1/1872; RO c.-/6/1914; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/1/1972. $10 1470 D A B1 Boodua: ‘BOODUA/18AP51/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD) on 3d red 1429 * A- A2 165: ‘165 - CHART[ER]S TOWE[RS]/11/JY25/07/ KGVI. [Rated RRR] RO c.-/5/1911; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/2/1965. QUEENSLAND’ 12-Bar Duplex on 1d 4-Corners pair on 1471 * A A2+ Boolburra (2): ‘BOOLBURRA/22MY67/QUEENSLAND’, on 4c Excelsior Hotel cover (pin holes) to Hobart. Allocated to Charters red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated RR] RO c.1884; PO 1/7/1927; Towers-PO 17/5/1872. $25 closed 31/5/1977. 1430 D A A2 166: rays on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Eulo-PO 6/9/1872. $4 1472 D A1 Boompa: ‘UNCLAIMED/BOOMPA’ philatelic strike on piece. RO 1431 S A A2 169: rays on 1d Lined-Oval. Allocated to T.P.O. No. 2 S & W Railwayc.1891; PO c.1916; closed 11/4/1970. PO c.1879; closed 12/8/1932. $15 1473 * A A1 Boonah: ‘BOONAH/5P-6FE67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c red QEII on 1432 S A A2 171: rays on 1d 4-Corners pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Tinana-PO Humphries & Tow, General Merchants, Boonah & Maroon cover, 1/1/1873. $15 to Victoria. [Rated R] Renamed from Blumbergville RO c.1888; PO 1433 * A- B1 184: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair tied by ‘ROSEWOOD/14JUN07/ 1/8/1890. QUEENSLAND’ (B1) on Tatt’s cover. Allocated to RosewoodRenamed from Rosewood Gate PO 2/4/1874. $5 1474 D A A1 Boonarga (2): ‘BOONARGA/23MY67/QLD-AUST’, on 4c red QEII. [Rated RRRR] PO c.1932; closed 31/10/1977. 1434 S A B2 201: BN (2a) on 1d dull orange Die II Sideface pair. [Rated R] Allocated to Rockhampton-PO 1/4/1858. $10 1475 D A A1 Booval: ‘BOOVAL/31JA69/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 5c Chisholm. [Rated RR] RO c.1883; PO c.-/8/1912; renamed Booval Fair PO 4/3/ 1435 S A A2 222: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Allocated to Specimen Gully-

1436 S A A2 1437 S A A2 1438 S A A2 1439 S A B2

RO 10/10/1875; PO 1/7/1876; closed c.1881; Re-allocated to Norwood PO c.1881; closed 30/11/1884; Re-allocated to Bett’s Creek PO 7/10/ 1884; renamed Pentland PO 1/1/1885. 236: light clear BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Unallocated 254: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Killarney-RO 1/1/ 1875; PO 1/7/1877; renamed Killarney South PO 27/10/1905; closed c./6/1931. 265: BN on 1d Void-Oval. [Rated R] Allocated to Yeppoon-PO 11/8/ 1883.

1440 S A A2

267: light clear ‘267’ BN on 2d red KGV with white flaw on second ‘A’ of AUSTRALIA [12R28], BW #96(12)i, Cat. $20. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Waterford-RO c.1875; PO 1/4/1877. 268: BN of ‘268’ on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR] Allocated to

1441 S A A2 1442 S A- B2 1443 S A A2

283: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. Allocated to Redcliffe-PO 1/6/1878. 298: ‘298’ BN on 6d 4-Corners. [Rated RR] Unallocated 325: BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Ewan-PO 1/12/

1444 S A A2

342: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Pialba-RO 27/1/

Floraville-PO 15/9/1883; RO c.1915; closed c.1916.

1447 S A- A2 1448 S A- A2 1449 S A A21450 D A A2 1451 S A A21452 D A B1 1453 D A A1 1454 S A C2

$15 $60

1478 D A B1

$5

1479 D A A11480 D A A2

$40 $50 $4 $10 $10

1876; PO 1/9/1882; renamed Hervey Bay PO 13/10/1993.

$15

14/5/1880; PO 1/11/1882; renamed Geraldton PO 1/1/1883; renamed Innisfail PO 18/8/1910. 357: BN on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Hewittville-RO c.1876; PO 12/11/1883; renamed Emu Park PO 1/1/1890. 483: BN on 1d red 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to Forest HillRenamed from Forest Hill Siding PO 1/2/1890. 488: BN on 1d 4-Corners. Allocated to Goodna-PO 1/11/1864. 491: BN on 2d 4-Corners. Allocated to Fernvale-Renamed from Wivenhoe PO 10/5/1877. 515: ‘515’ BN on 1d 2-Corners & 1/- Lined-Oval. Allocated to Taroom-PO 1/4/1856. 518: light BN on 2d 4-Corners. [Rated R] Allocated to HomesteadRO c.1884; PO c.1894. 540: BN on 4-Corners 1d & 2d x3. [Rated RRRR] Allocated to Opalton-RO c.1895; PO c.1896; RO c.-/7/1908; closed c.-/1/1909.

544: BN on 1d 4-Corners pair in blue tied by unframed ‘DUNWICH/17NO/03/QUEENSLAND’ (B1-). Allocated to DunwichRO c.-/1/1885; PO 22/10/1896.

- ‘544’ BN on 1d roo. [Rated RRRR by Manning]

1477 D A A2

$5

1903; RO c.-/1/1910; closed 20/2/1910.

1445 S A A2+ 346: BN on 1d Roo. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Johnstone River-RO 1446 S A B2

1476 * A B1

1481

A

1482

A

1483 * A A1 1484 D A A1 1485 D A A1

$12

1486 * A A1

$5

1487 D A A2

$20 $6

1488 D A B1

$4 $8

1489 D A B1 1490 D A B1

$4 $100 $10 $25

1491 * A 1492 D A1 1493 D A A2

$5 $10 $25 $4 $10 $6 $6 $4 $8

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

$10 $65

1991.

$10

closed 1/11/1974.

$30

Borallon: ‘BORALLON/24MY67/QLD-AUST’ on 4c red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1922; PO 1/7/1927; Bororen: ‘BOROREN/20JE66/QUEENSLAND’ on 4c red QEII.

RO c.-/10/1897; PO 2/6/1898.

Boyland: ‘BOYLAND/29SEP34/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR] RO c.1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/3/1945. Bracken Ridge: 36mm double-circle ‘BRACKEN RIDGE/ 5NOV1990/1/QLD-4017’ on 43c Local Govt. PO 1/9/1970. Bribie Island: ‘BRIBIE ISLAND/16OC53/QUEENSLAND’, on 3½d Coronation (cut-to-shape). RO c.-/9/1913; PO c.1924. Brisbane: PPC of Brisbane City Hall in dark blue, supplied to visitors to the City Hall, used in 1952. PO c.-/4/1830. - PPC of Brisbane City Hall in blue, supplied to visitors to the City Hall, signed but not used. - ‘PAID/2P 29AP57/BRISBANE’ in red. - pictorial ‘{watermark logo}/29SEP1978/Queensland Philatelic Exhibition . Brisbane 4000’ on 35c Wittenoom Gorge. PO c.-/4/ 1830.

Broadbeach: ‘BROADBEACH/3NO72/QLD-AUST’, on 24c Rehabilitation. [Rated R] PO 1/4/1941. - double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/13OCT1987/BROADBEACH, Q .4218’ in violet on long APO cover front. [Rated RR by Smithies] - 42½mm double-circle ‘MONEY ORDER TELLER/10MAY1983/ BROADBEACH QLD 4217’ on 35c Bower-bird. [Only recorded date] Brooloo (2): ‘BROOLOO/20NO50/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] Renamed from Brooloo Rail PO 13/2/

1922; closed 16/5/1972.

Bryden: ‘BRYDEN/17JA39/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGVI. RO

$4 $25 $6 $4 $10 $10 $4 $10 $8 $10 $12 $10

c.-/5/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 10/2/1970.

$6

1/7/1905; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/9/1968.

$20 $5

Brymaroo: ‘BRYMAROO/5OC64/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 5d green QEII. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Rosalie H.S.A. RO

Buddina: colour photo of PO taken 1993. PO 24/11/1980. Buderim: ‘PAID AT BUDERIM/4556/7MR77/QLD-AUST’ in red. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Buderim Mountain PO c.1897. Builyan: ‘BUILYAN/3MY6?/QUEENSLAND’ on 5d Qld Stamp Cent. RO 1/5/1912; PO 1/7/1927.

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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Bundaberg North: ‘BUNDABERG NORTH/24NO70/QLD-AUST’, on 6c Qantas. [Rated RR] PO c.1949. Bundaberg South (3): 31mm ‘BUNDABERG SOUTH/1FE68/ QLD-AUST’, on 5c on 4c red QEII overprint. [Rated S by Smithies] PO 1/11/1945. Bungunya: ‘BUNGUNYA/11JA77/QLD-4316’ (LRD) on 18c Flower. [Rated RRR] RO 16/1/1912; PO c.-/6/1915; RO c.-/8/1922; PO c.1926.

Burketown (2): ‘BURKETOWN/17OC57/QLD-AUST’ on 7d Flying Doctor. PO 1/1/1883. Burleigh Heads: ‘BURLEIGH HEADS/7FE69/QLD-4220’, on 5c David on Waghorn cover. [Rated RRR] PO c.-/6/1915; RO c.1916; PO c.1920.

Bushley: ‘BUSHLEY/24DE53/QUEENSLAND’ on 3d Stamp Centenary. [Rated RRR] RO c.1899; PO 1/7/1927; closed 14/7/1955. Calen: ‘CALEN/11MR63/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue. PO c.1933. Camooweal: ‘CAMOOWEAL/-3SE59/QLD-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 4d lake QEII & 1/6d Hermes on Rankine River Store, N.T. Air Mail cover with blue registration label, addressed to Adelaide. [Rated RR] PO 27/4/1885. Camp Hill: ‘CAMP HILL.S.E6/-1JY58/QLD.AUST’ on 4d QEII. (re-cut - S.E.2 now S.E.6) PO 1/7/1929. Cannonvale: 33mm ‘CANNONVALE[, 4802]/16AUG1996/ WHITSUNDAY’ on $20 Painting. PO c.1985. Canungra Mil. P.O. (1): ‘MIL. P.O. CANUNGRA/4MR45/ QLD·AUST’ (arcs .,.) on 1d purple-brown QE, on ACF cover to Tatts with very light AMF censor handstamp. PO 27/1/1943; closed 18/4/1946.

CHILDERS/24JA69/QLD-AUST’

Childers: ‘PAID AT in red on Kasses & Co, General Drapers, Childers cover, to Richmond, Vic. [Unrecorded by Smithies] PO 14/11/1887. Chinchilla: ‘CHINCHILLA/15SE55/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 3,3) on 9d Platypus & 6½d QEII. [Rated RR] PO 3/1/1878. Chirn Park: 2 strikes of ‘CHIRN PARK/12JE81/QLD-AUST’, on $1 pair & 35c pair on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1957. Cleveland (2): 2 strikes of ‘CLEVELAND/M.O./15JAN1987/ QLD. 4163’ with ‘CITY DELIVERY CENTRE/SYDNEY/ 16JAN1987/PRIORITY PAID’, on $1, 36c & 20c on cover with priority paid label. Replaced Raby Bay PO 17/4/1961. Collinsville: ‘COLLINSVILLE/23JA84/QLD-AUST’, on $2, $1 & 80c on cover with blue registration label. RO 11/4/1922; PO 21/5/

1519 * A B2 1520 D A1 1521 D A B2 1522 D A A2

1526 D A A2 1527 * A1 1528 D A B2 1529 D A A1 1530 D A A1 1531 S A A2 1532 D A B2

$6

1534 * A 1535 D A A2

$40

1536 D A A2

$4

1537 D A A1

$30

1538 D A B1

$40 $4

1539 D A B1 1540 D A1

$15

$6

$6

1547 D A A1 1548 D B1 1549 * A A1

RO c.-/11/1920; PO 1/7/1927; closed 21/2/1980.

$10

[goldmine]

/1/1885; PO 22/10/1896.

‘DYSART/1OC85/QLD-4745’

Dysart: 33mm (arcs 12½,12½), on 33c Sea Dragon. [Rated RRR] PO 8/10/1973. 280C81 Earlville: 2 strikes of ‘EARLVILLE/ /QLD-4870’, on $2, 50c & 24c on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRR by Smthies] PO c.-/1/1948. - ‘POSTMASTER/15AUG1986/EARLVILLE, Q. 4870’ in violet. [Rated RR] Ebbw Vale: ‘EBBW VALE/21NO39/QLD.’ on 2d red KGVI (cutto-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1911; PO c.-/7/1911;

closed 30/4/1976.

1909; closed c.1993.

El Arish: 3 strikes of ‘EL-ARISH.R.O./8SE47/QUEENSLAND’ on Newcastle Sesquicentenary set of 3 on private FDC, addressed. RO 16/11/1921; PO c.1926. Elimbah: ‘ELIMBAH/3AP67/QLD-AUST’, on 4c red QEII. [Rated S] RO c.1911; PO c.1916; closed 31/8/1978. Elliott Crossing: colour photo of site of Elliott Crossing Post Office taken in 1982. RO c.1896; PO 1/7/1927; closed 11/2/1965. Emerald: 26½mm ‘EMERALD/??AU20/QUEENSLAND’ in blue on 1½d brown KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR] PO 5/6/1879. Emu Park: ‘EMU PARK/4703/17AP78/QLD.AUST.’, on 18c Flower. [Rated RR] Renamed from Hewittville PO 1/1/1890. Emu Vale (2): ‘EMU VALE/20AU74/QLD-AUST’ on 7c Golf (cut to shape). [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Neereeadah PO 10/10/1898; closed 18/1/1978.

Esk: ‘ESK/25.NOV.25/QUEENSLAND’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Mount Esk PO c.-/2/1881. Eulo: ‘EULO/21AP88/4491/QLD-AUST’, on 37c Xmas. [Rated RRR] PO 6/9/1872.

1957.

$15

Felton East: ‘FELTON EAST/9MY50/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Forrest. [Rated R] Renamed from Felton RO c.-/5/1914; PO 1/7/1927;

closed 30/6/1980.

$6

PO 29/11/1886; RO 1/10/1892; PO c.1914; closed 14/10/1976.

$6

Fernlees: ‘FERNLEES/28JE67/QUEENSLAND’ on 4c red QEII. Fernvale: ‘FERNVALE/23OC89/4306/QLD-AUST’, on 5c Living Together. [Rated RR] Renamed from Wivenhoe PO 10/5/1877. Flaggy Rock: ‘FLAGGY ROCK/10SE79/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 20c Stamp Week. [Rated R by Smithies] RO 10/4/1922; PO c.-/9/

1923; closed 31/3/1981.

Forest Hill: 30½mm ‘POSTMASTER/31AUG1978/FOREST HILL QLD. 4342’, in violet. [Rated RR] Renamed from Forest Hill

Siding PO 1/2/1890.

1546 D A- A1

1551 * A B1

Daintree (2): ‘DAINTREE/8OC46/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.-/8/1923; PO c.1926; closed 31/12/1981. Dirranbandi (2): ‘DIRRANDANDI/21AU73/QLD-AUST.’ (arcs 5,6), on 7c purple QEII. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1889. Dittmer: ‘DITTMER/7MR51/QLD-AUST’, on 3d red KGVI (cutto-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/4/1940; closed 16/5/1960.

$8 $5

- colour photo of PO taken 2003. Fairney View: ‘FAIRNEY VIEW/2NO34/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated R] RO 16/10/1884; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/12/

$12

$12

$15

Cribb Island: ‘CRIBB ISLAND/7FE5?/QL[D.]’ on 1d & 2d QEII.

1927.

$40

$10

1880.

Coorparoo: ‘PAID COORPAROO (S.E.2 removed) in red on cover to Victoria. [Rated RR - LRD] PO 15/4/

Euramo: 3 strikes of ‘EURAMO/10FE70/QLD-AUST’, on 15c & 5c x3 on Brown cover with blue registration label. RO c.1925; PO 1/7/

Freshwater: colour photo of Freshwater Post Office taken in 1979. Renamed from Stratford RO c.1901; PO c.-/4/1925. 1542 * B A1- Galloways Hill: 2 strikes of ‘GALLOWAYS HILL/6AU82/QLDAUST’, on $2, $1 & 60c on cover with blue registration label on cover. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 9/2/1959. 1543 D A A1 Gatton: ‘GATTON/4MAY35/QUEENSLAND’ on 5d brown KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated R] PO 1/1/1866. 1544 D A A1+ Gayndah: ‘GAYNDAH/21FE69/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 10,11), on 5c Namatjira. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 1/1/1850. 1545 S A A2 Geraldton: ‘GERALDTON/17DE1908/QUEE[NSLAN]D’ (Type 5c) on 1d 4-Corners. [Rated RRR by Manning] Renamed from

$30

1541 * A1

1550 D A A1

/11??72/QLD·AUST’

Edge Hill (2): ‘EDGE HILL/27SE82/QLD-AUST.’, on 2c Finch. [Rated RR] PO 15/9/1947. 1523 * A A1+ Eidsvold: ‘EIDSVOLD/1230P19FE69/QLD-AUST’ on 5c Namatjira on Waghorn cover. PO 19/9/1887. 1524 D A2 Einasleigh: ‘EINASLEIGH/4SE1910/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on 1d Arms cut-out. [Rated RRR by Smithies] RO c.1900; PO c.-/5/

1525 * A A1

1533 * A A1-

$6

1923.

Drayton: ‘DRAYTON/23JE77/QLD-AUST’, on 18c Flower. [Rated S] PO 1/1/1846; closed 31/12/1977. 1516 D A A1+ Dululu: 2 strikes of ‘DULULU/14JE66/QUEENSLAND’ on 4c red QEII. RO c.1915; PO c.1920. 1517 S A A2 Dunwich: unframed 23½mm ‘DUNWICH/2FE/23/ QUEENSLAND’ on ½d green KGV x4 arranged in a block. RO c.1518 D A B1

$10

$5 $15 $50 $6

1552 D A A2 1553 D A A2 1554 * A A1 1555 S A A2

$4

1556 D A B1

$8

1557 * A A1-

$15 $25 $10 $12

1558 D A A2

1562 D A A2

$8

1563 D A B1

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

Gilliat: partly overlapping 30mm ‘GILLIAT/29JE36/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d Cable. Renamed from Gilliat Crossing PO

15/4/1909; closed 2/2/1973.

Gin Gin: ‘GIN GIN/4FE66/QLD-AUST’ (ERD - arcs 13,14), on 5d red QEII. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO 15/3/1875. Gladstone: ‘GLADSTONE/5MR52/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on 1/- Lyrebird and ½d Roo. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 1/7/1854. - ‘PAID AT GLADSTONE/??7FE64/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) in red on cover to Brisbane. [Rated RRR] Glamorgan Vale: ‘GLAMORGAN VALE/■3OC47/QLD-AUST.’ (ERD) on 2½d Shortland (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1872;

1564 D A B2 1565 * A A1 1566 D A A2 1567 D A A2 1568 D A A1 1569 D A A2 1570 * A A2 1571 D A A1

$8 $15 $5 $8 $8 $20 $50 $6 $30 $10 $20

RO c.-/6/1914; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/1/1972.

$30

closed 30/9/1976.

$20

Gleneagle: ‘GLENEAGLE/6JY67/QLD-AUST.’, (LRD) on 4c red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated RR] RO 19/8/1889; PO 1/7/1927;

Glenmorgan: ‘GLEN MORGAN/31AU34/QLD.’ (ERD - error; 2 words) on 3d Vic Centenary. PO 1/11/1933; closed c.1994. Glenore Grove: ‘GLENORE GROVE/24JE45/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] RO c.-/7/1906; PO c.-/6/1910;

closed 24/7/1981.

Gore: ‘GORE/9FE87/QLD-AUST’ (last day) on 36c PSE, unaddressed. RO c.-/9/1907; PO c.1916; closed 9/2/1987. Gowrie Junction: ‘GOWRIE JUNCTIO[N]/17SE24/ QUEENS[LAND]’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated S] PO 24/4/1876; renamed Gowrie PO 24/8/1961.

Graceville Post Depot: ‘P.DT GRACEVILLE [SW]3/ 3?A29OC53/QLD AUST’ (ERD) on piece with blue C6 registration label ‘Graceville SW3’. [Rated RR by Smithies] Helensvale: 2 strikes ‘HELENSVALE/5P29AP85/QLD 4210’, Opening Day 33c PSE uprated with 1c lace monitor. PO 29/4/

1985.

Helidon: ‘HELIDON/21JA25/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD) on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/8/1866. 1559 D A A1+ Herberton: ‘HERBERTON/115P19JE58/QLD-AUST’, on 4d QEII. [Rated S] PO 22/11/1880. 1560 D A2 - ‘PAID AT HERBERTON/22DE81/QLD-AUST’ (Only recorded date) in red. [Rated RRR by Smithies] 1561 D A A1 Highfields (4): ‘HIGHFIELDS/4352/24DE91/QLD-AUST’, on 65c Sport. [Rated S by Smithies] Renamed from Koojarawon PO 15/3/

$8

$50

Johnstone River PO 1/1/1883; renamed Innisfail PO 18/8/1910.

$15

1907.

Hodgson: ‘HODGSON/17MR27/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/7/1876; RO 25/10/1876; PO c.-/4/1904; closed 5/5/1976. Holloway: ‘HOLLOWAY/13MY54/QLD-AUST’ (ERD) on 3d Tasmania Centenary (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR by Smithies] Renamed from Holloway’s Beach PO c.-/6/1951; renamed Holloway Beach PO 2/3/1971.

Homestead: ‘HOMESTEAD/13DE34/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d Macarthur. [Rated S by Smithies] RO c.1884; PO c.1894. Horseshoe Bay: ‘HORSESHOE BAY/14FE66/QLD-AUST’ on 24c Kingfisher on Waghorn FDC with blue registration label. [Rated RR] PO c.1935; closed 31/8/1982. [Magnetic Island] Howard: ‘HOWARD/12MR64/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 9,9) on 5d blue QEII. [Rated RRR - ERD] Renamed from Burrum PO 1/8/1883. Ilbilbie: ‘ILBILBIE/12SE79/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 20c Stamp Week. [Rated RR] RO 8/11/1922; PO 1/7/1927. Ilfracombe: ‘ILFRACOMBE/21MR57/QUEENSLAND’ (recut) on 4d Koala. PO 7/12/1891. Ingham: 28mm ‘INGHAM/10A10OC27/QUEENSLAND’, on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R by Smithies] Renamed from Lower Herbert

PO 19/1/1882.

Inglewood: ‘INGLEWOOD/27JY65/[QLD].AUST.’ (recut - Q’LD now QLD), on 2/- & 5d on registered Inglewood Shire Council cover. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 16/9/1866. - ‘INGLEWOOD/4387/10AUG1992/QLD. AUST.’ in violet on 45c Thinking of You. [Only recorded date]

$6 $8 $8 $5 $15 $5 $5 $6 $20 $6 $5

$30 $6 $30 $30 $20 $5 $8 $15 $8


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1572 D A A2+ Innisfail: 28½mm ‘INNISFAIL/6FE35/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs 2½,2½) on 2/- Roo. Renamed from Geraldton PO 18/8/1910. 1573 D A A1 - ‘INNISFAIL/1/28SE82/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 2c Finch. [Rated RRR] 1574 D A B2 Innisplain (1): ‘INNISPLAIN/10P15OC05/QUEENSLAND’ tied to two-lined ‘REGISTERED/INNISPLAIN’ (B1) on 1d & 2d 4Corners pair. [Rated RR] Renamed from Telemon Crossing PO 1/1/ 1575 * A A11576 D A2 1577 D A B2 1578 * A A11579 S A A2 1580 D A B1 1581 D B A2

1586 D A1 1587 S A A2 1588 D A A2 1589 * A A1 1590 * A B1 1591 D A A2 1592 D A A11593 * A A2 1594 * A A2 1595 D A A11596 * A B11597 D A A2

$25

1611 D A A2

$5

1612 D A A1

$25

1613 D A A2

$6

1614 S B A3

Irvinebank: ‘IRVINEBANK/9A16FE42/QUEENSLAND’. [Rated S by Smithies] RO c.1884; PO 1/6/1885. Irvingdale: ‘[I]RVINGDALE/26JY62/QLD-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. [Rated RRR] RO c.1879; PO 4/7/1899; closed 13/12/1966. Kenmore (2): 2 strikes of ‘KENMORE/4AU81/QLD-4069’ (arcs 7,6½ - LRD) on $2, 50c & 24c on cover with blue registration label. Replaced Kenmore Junction PO 2/12/1969. Kidston: ‘KIDSTON/22JUL30/QUEENSLAND’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Oaks Rush PO c.-/4/1908; closed 30/9/1988. Koongal: ‘KOONGAL/28OC52/QLD-AUST’ on 3½d brown KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated R by Smithies] PO c.1946; closed

c.1993.

Koumala (2): 28½mm ‘KOUMALA/27NO35/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV (corner missing). [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.1916;

1605 S A A2 1606 * A A1

1607 S A A2

$10 $5

1616 * A A1-

1619 D A A2

$5

1620 * A B1

Laidley: 25½mm in blue on 1d Roo. PO 1/2/1861. 5P-4AU93 - ‘PAID AT LAIDLEY/ /QLD-AUST’ in black. [Rated RRR by Smithies] Lakeside: unframed ‘LAKESIDE/JU5/16/QUEENSLAND’ (LRD) on 4d orange KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.1896; PO c.1900; closed 29/10/ 1962.

Leyburn: ‘LEYBURN/9OC31/QUEENSLAND’ (type 40a) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated S by Smithies] PO 1/1/1861. Lindeman: ‘LINDEMAN/31OC66/QLD-AUST’ on 4c red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 1/11/1960; renamed

$15 $15 $10

Lindeman Island PO 16/12/1974.

$20

Village Of Logan PO c.1886; closed 7/2/1969.

$15

Logan Village: ‘LOGAN VILLAGE/1AU68/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) on 5c on 4c red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated R] Renamed from

Lutwyche (2): 25mm ‘LUTWYCHE/21JA48/QUEENSLAND’ (arcs .,.) on 2½d Shortland. [Rated R - LRD by more than 11 years!] PO 24/5/1918. Mackay West: ‘MACKAY WEST/19OC54/QLD-AUST.’ on 3½d red QEII. [Rated S] PO 1/3/1937. Malanda: ‘PAID AT MALANDA/27DE68/QLD-AUST’ in red, on cover to Victoria. [Rated RR] RO c.1911; PO c.-/1/1912. Manumbar Mill: 2 strikes of ‘MANUMBAR MILL/21SE56/QLDAUST’ on 3½d red QEII on Tatts cover. PO c.-/6/1937; closed 22/8/ 1967.

Margate Beach: light ‘MARGATE BEACH/1?MR52/QLD-AUST’ (tall letters - ERD) on 3½d KGVI. [Rated RR by Smithies recorded used for about 2 yrs only.] PO c.-/10/1935. - 2 strikes of ‘MARGATE BEACH/29JY81/QLD-AUST’ (LRD) (A1backstamp), on $2, 50c & 24c on cover with blue registration label. [RR] Meandarra (2): ‘MEANDARRA/26JA54/QUEENSLAND’ (recut), on 3½d red QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR by Smithies] PO 1/1/ 1928.

BEACH/30DE68/QLD-

1948.

1878.

- ‘MILES/18JA71/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 14,15 - ERD). [Rated RRR] Millaa Millaa: ‘PAID AT MILLAAMILLAA/31DE68/QLD-AUST’ (error, one word) on Tobin & Sons, Department Store, Millaa Millaa cover (illustrated on reverse), to Victoria. [Unrecorded by Smithies] RO c.-/4/1914; PO c.1919. Moorvale: ‘MOORVALE/22DE72/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 3, 2) on 24c Rehabilitation. [Rated R] PO 1/5/1942; renamed Moorooka PO 1/12/ 1976.

Mount Carbine: ‘MOUNT CARBINE/17SEP47/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.-/12/1906; PO c.-/9/1907; closed 1/7/1970. Mount Cuthbert: ‘MT CUTHBERT/10MY19/QUEENSLAND’ (ERD) on 1½d black-brown KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.1908; PO c.-/6/ 1910; closed 31/12/1927.

OMMANEY/PAID/415P17NO80/QLD-

Mount Ommaney: ‘MT AUST-4074’ in red on long WOW Co. Exploration Services, Darra, Qld. Air Mail cover, to Sydney. [Unrecorded by Smithies]

PO 1/8/1979.

Mount Surprise: ‘MOUNT SURPRISE/4DE1933/ QUEENSLAND’ on 1d green KGV. PO c.-/7/1908.

1621 D A B2 1622 * A- A1

1623 * A- B2 1624 * A A2

$10 $6 $15 $30 $15

1625 * A A1 1626 D A A11627 * B A2

1628 * A A1

$15

1629 * A A1

$30

1630 * A A1

$20 $30

1631 * A B1

$30 $25

1632 * A A2

$25

1633 D A A2 1634 * A- B2

$5 $5

1635 D A A2

$30

1636 * A B2

$10 $10

Munbilla: ‘MUNBILLA/19MAR28/QUEENSLAND’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R] RO c.-/11/1887; PO 1/9/1892; closed 13/12/1966. Mundubbera: ‘PAID AT MUNDUBBERA/7JA69/QLD-AUST’ (LRD by 5 years) in red on John Harris & Co, General Merchants, Mundubbera cover, to Victoria. [Rated RRR] RO c.-/3/1911; PO c./7/1912.

Muttaburra: ‘MUTTABURRA/2OC34/QLD.’ (ERD) on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 25/1/1878. North Ipswich (3): ‘NORTH IPSWICH/17JE49/QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d Lawson (cut-to-shape). RO 1/1/1916; PO c.1920. Parsons Point: 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘PARSONS POINT/6AP51/QLD.’ on 3d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra with blue registration label. RO c.1895; PO 1/7/1927; closed 6/9/1965. Philpott Creek: ‘PHILPOTT CREE[K]/19FE17/ [QUEENSLAND]’ on faulty 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.-/2/1914; PO c.-/6/1915; closed 21/9/1953.

Pialba: ‘PIALBA/3-?11??87/QLD-4655’ on 36c. [Rated RR] RO

27/1/1876; PO 1/9/1882; renamed Hervey Bay PO 13/10/1993.

Pine Hill: 3 light strikes of ‘PINE HILL/25MR70/QLD-4701’ (ERD) (A1 backstamps), on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with blue provisional M17 registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies] PO

1637 * A A1 1638 S A A2

$15 $15

$25 $4 $5 $10 $10 $8

1/11/1883; closed 31/1/1977.

$40

c.1925; closed c.-/5/1953.

$12

26/10/1978.

$10

Railway Estate: 2 strikes of ‘RAILWAY ESTATE/25MY53/QLDAUST’ on 2/- Coronation on private FDC. PO 17/5/1937; closed

$15

‘LAIDLEY/630P11NO13/QUEENSLAND’

PO c.-/9/1910.

Purga: ‘PURGA/10OC34/Q[UEENSL]AND’ (ERD) on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated 2R] Renamed from Purga Creek RO 7/5/1885; PO

1927.

Kuttabul: ‘KUTTABUL/10JN55/QUEENSLAND’ on 3½d red QEII. [Rated RR by Smithies] Renamed from Mount Jukes PO c.-/4/

Mourilyan: 2 strikes of ‘MOURILYAN/14OC44/QUEENSLAND’ (A1 backstamp) on 2½d red & 3d brown KGVI on Aust. Tech. Schools cover with blue provisional registration label. RO c.1884;

1617 S A A2 1618 * A A1

- double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/12MAY1988/MERMAID BEACH, Q. 4218’. Miles: ‘MILES/9SE71/QLD-AUST’ (arcs 12,13) on $1 Flinders pair. [Only date recorded - Rated RRRR by Smithies] PO 3/1/

1604 D A B2

$8

1615 D A A2

$10

1599 D A1

1603 D A A2

$4

1/7/1927; closed 27/3/1975.

Mermaid Beach: ‘PAID AT MERMAID AUST’ (ERD) in red on cover to Victoria. [Rated RRR] PO 1/9/

1601 D A1 1602 * A A1

1610 * A A1

1927; closed 4/12/1973.

1598 * A A1

1600 S A B2

1609 S A B2

$25

PO c.1918.

1585 S A A2

$15

1608 * A A2

1904; replaced by Rathdownie PO 22/12/1910.

Innisplain (2): ‘INNISPLAIN/22JY67/QLD·AUST’ on 4c red QEII on Waghorn cover. [Rated R by Smithies] RO c.-/2/1911; PO 1/7/

1582 D A A2+ Kowanyama (2): ‘KOWANYAMA/17AU89/QLD-AUST’ on 39c Stage. PO c.-/1/1972. 1583 D A A1 Kuraby: ‘KURABY/15SP32/Q.LD’ on 2d red KGV. RO c.1889; PO 1584 D A B2

$6

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Redland Bay: ‘REDLAND BAY/23AP32/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. RO c.1881; PO 1/7/1890. Rockhampton North: ‘ROCKHAMPTON NORTH/7AP65/QLDAUST’, (A1 backstamp) on 2/- & 5d on cover with blue provisional M17 registration label. [Rated RRR by Smithies]

$10

Renamed from North Rockhampton PO c.-/11/1959.

$30

/7/1937.

$10

PO 7/6/1941; closed 29/12/1944.

$50

Savannah: ‘SAVANNAH/18AUG37/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] RO c.1891; PO c.-/1/1909; renamed Eton North PO c.Sellheim Mil. P.O.: 2 strikes of ‘MIL.P.O. SELLHEIM/7OC42/ QLD-AUST’ on 1d maroon QE & 2½d red KGVI x3 on OHMS cover with blue registration label and Airmail label, to Melbourne.

Slack’s Creek (3): ‘SLACK’S CREEK/2?MY68/Q’LD.AUST’ on 5c blue QEII on window-faced Avison Towing and Spare Parts, Slacks Creek cover. Replaced Daisy Hill TO c.1943; PO c.1954. Strathpine: 2 strikes of ‘STR[A]THPINE/19MAR87/QLD.4500’, on 60c Xmas pair on 36c PSE with small Priority Paid label and 2 strikes of 12-hr ‘STRATHPINE/Q. 4500/19MAR1987/ PRIORITY/PAID/OFFICE’ (A2+) on front. PO 4/3/1888. Sundale: ‘SUNDALE/6AU70/QLD-4215’ (arcs 4,5) on 30c on cover with violet handstamped provisional registration label. [Rated R by Smithies] PO 27/3/1969; closed 17/4/1990. Tara: ‘TARA/5AU57/Q’LD.AUST’ (arcs 3,3mm) on 3½d red QEII x2. RO c.-/4/1910; PO c.-/10/1910. Toowoomba: Krag machine in red ‘PAID AT/1D -9JUL34/ TOOWOOMBA - AIR MAIL SAVES TIME’ on Rate Notice cover from Jondaryan Shire Council. Very rare, Colin Salt only records one example. PO 1/1/1858. - ‘TOOWOOMBA/QLD/8AUG/1946/2½D/PAID’ machine in red on Masonic envelope to Brisbane. Toowoomba Town Hall: 3 strikes of ‘TOOWOOMBA TOWN HALL/26SE67/QLD-AUST’ (arcs .,.) on 1c x2 & 2c QEII on Tyler cover. [Rated RRR] PO 2/6/1958. Townsville Mil. P.O.: pictorial ‘TOWNSVILLE MILPO Q. 4813/ 26SEP1986/FIRST DIVISION POSTAL UNIT’ on 36c, plus ‘TOWNSVILLE MILITARY P.O./10AM14NO86/QLD-AUST’ (A1) & ‘TOWNSVI[LLE MILIT]ARY P.O./14NO86/QLD-4813’ (A2) both on face. PO 3/5/1968. Tungamul: 2 strikes of ‘TUNGAMULL/2NO69/QLD.’ (sic - ERD) on 25c & 5c on Brown cover with mss “TUNGAMULL” (sic) on blue provisional C5 registration label. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Swanson’s RO c.1889; PO c.-/12/1906; closed c.1971.

Upper Mount Gravatt: 2 strikes of ‘UPPER MT. GRAVATT/4/ 1MAY1987/QLD 4122’, on 60c Lionfish pair on long 36c PSE with small Priority Paid label, addressed to Sydney. PO 1/8/1934. Victoria Point: ‘VICTORIA POINT/13NO30/QUEENSLAND’ on 1d green KGV. [Rated S] RO c.-/8/1913; PO 1/9/1923. Wallangarra: 27mm ‘WALLANGARRA/26SE42/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2½d red KGVI & 6d Kookaburra on registered ‘Department of the Army’ OHMS over with blue registration label, roughly opened, to Melbourne. PO 8/9/1885. Wellington Point: 29½mm ‘WELLINGTON POINT/14OC31/ QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Wellington PO 1/2/ 1890.

Westwood: ‘WESTWOOD/6DE54/QUEENSLAND’ (A1 backstamp), on 1/0½d Registration Envelope with blue registration label. PO 1/4/1861. Wilston (2): ‘WILSTON/10AU81/QLD-AUST’, on $2 & $1 on cover with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1933. Yatala: double circle ‘YATALA/16DEC38/QUEENSLAND’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/11/1870; closed 15/10/1971.

$10

$12 $12 $5

$40 $12 $20

$6

$30 $8 $10

$15 $10 $6 $6 $10


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Zillmere North: 3 strikes of ‘ZILLMERE NTH /23SE67/QLD AUST’ (time and N.5 code removed) on 1c x2 & 2c QEII on Tyler cover. [Only archival copies previously recorded.] PO 3/8/1959;

closed 5/10/1977.

QUEENSLAND | Registered Handstamps 1640 * B A2 Alpha: 2-line ‘[R]EGISTERED/ALPHA’ alongside 2d 4-Corners x3 cancelled with poor datestamp of MR10/04, Tatt’s cover. SOUTH AUSTRALIA 1641 F B 1860-69 Second Roulettes 1d sage-green, SG #21, Cat £40, light diagonal crease, aged. 1642 F A - 2d pale vermilion SG 25. 1643 F A- 1/- chestnut, SG #41, Cat £11. 1644 F A1867-70 Perf 11½-12½xRoulettes 6d bright pale blue, SG #56, Cat £19, typical poor centring. 1645 ** A- C1 1876-1904 DLR Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 10 2d orange-red vert pair, SG #168, Cat £22, very light toning on right edge. 1646 * A A1 1904-11 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/SA (Close) Perf 12 5/rose-scarlet SG 290. 1647 * A A1 1906-12 Thick ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk Crown/A Perf 12,12½ 4d orange, SG 299a. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Official Stamps 1648 F A B1 1891 Surcharge 2½d on 4d deep green SG O51. 1649 * A B1 1891-96 QV Perf 13 1d green SG O58. 1650 F A A1 1891-95 Surcharges 5d on 6d deep brown SG O72. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Revenues 1651 ** A A1 1960 Stamp Duty Perf 10½x10: 2d olive-green irregular block of 6, well-centred & MUH. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1652 PS A 1877 Framed Queen Victoria 1d violet on buff stock with printed message for Grand United Order of Oddfellows on reverse H&G 1. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1653 PS A1882 Arms 14x11mm ½d violet size b, E1a, couple of tonespots. 1654 PS A1884 Arms 14x9mm New Stock ½d violet, HG #E3, cancelled with 26mm squared-circle ‘KADINA/AU14/95/S.A’ (A2), touch of toning at right edge. 1655 PS A1889 No Headings 1d green on buff, HG #E4, tiny closed tear to right edge. SOUTH AUSTRALIA | DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA 1656 ATram Tickets: set of 5 reprinted ‘SPECIMEN’ tickets, from 55c to 85c, some light aging.

1675 D A1$40

1677 * A A2 $20 1678 D A A1$15 $20 $6

1658 S A B2 1659 S A C2 1660 S A B2 1661 S B B2

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Datestamps 1662 * A A1 Adelaide: ‘ADELAIDE/9FEB/—/1961/PAID USE/ AUSTRALIAN/PRODUCTS’ machine in red on Harris Scarfe Condor Lamps window envelope to St Leonards. PO 10/4/1837. 1663 * A- A1 - ‘ADELAIDE/S.A./20OCT/—/1961/PAID - UNITED NATIONS/ DAY/24TH. OCTOBER’ machine in red on Harris Scarfe window envelope, some light toning. 1664 * A A1 - ‘G.P.O. ADELAIDE/S.A./13AUG/—/1965/PAID - POSTING QUANTITIES/OF MAIL? USE A/POSTAGE IMPRINT’ machine in red on Harris Scarfe window envelope to St Leonards. 1665 S A B2- - violet boxed approx 40x24mm ‘[PA]RCEL POST/FEB281928/ [A]DELAIDE, [S.A.]’ (CRR-3), on 4½d KGV pair. [The study group records one 1928 date only.] 1666 D A A1+ Adelaide Mail Centre: violet double-oval ‘MAIL PROCESSING CONTROLLER/28NOV2005/ADELAIDE MAIL CENTRE/ ADELAIDE STH. AUST. 5001’, on 1c Finch. 1667 D A A1- Andamooka Opal Fields: ‘ANDAMOOKA OPAL FIELDS/ 15SE78/SOUTH-AUST’ on 15c Pioneers. PO 13/1/1947; renamed 1668 D A1

1670 D A A2

$75

1682 D A B2

$20

1683 * A A1

Cowandilla: double-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/29DEC1994/ COWANDILLA S.A. 5033’ (Closing Day) in violet on 45c Gymnastic Championships PSE, unaddressed and signed by Postmaster(?). Renamed from Hilton PO 19/6/1967; closed 29/12/

1684 S A A2

Curramulka: squared-circle ‘CURRAMULKA/JU6/??/S_A’ on 1d red KGV. PO c.-/8/1877; CMA 29/10/1993. Currie Street: ‘CURRIE STREET/11A11AP86/STH AUST’ (Closing Day) on unaddressed 33c Great Barrier Reef PSE. PO 26/10/

$10

$25

1671 * A A1

1672 D A A11673 D A B1 1674 D A1

Enfield Plaza PO 29/9/1997.

Booleroo Centre: ‘BOOLEROO CENTRE/7MR60/SOUTHAUST’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from Booleroo Central PO c.-/2/ 1883.

Brighton: ‘BRIGHTON/18FE58/SOUTH·AUST’ (arcs 4½,4½ LRD) on 1/7d cut-out. [Rated R] PO 27/8/1849. - ‘BRIGHTON/PAID/3JA89/SA-AUST-5048’ in red on piece.

1687 S A A2 1688 * A A2

Clare: ‘PAID AT CLARE/6MR90/SOUTH-AUST’ in red. [Rated R]

PO 29/4/1847.

Cockburn: 26mm squared-circle ‘COCKBURN/1/JA2/98/S_A’ on 1d green DLR P13. PO c.1887; closed 29/1/1988. Copperhouse: ‘COPPERHOUSE/2?MY43/S.A’ on 2½d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated 3R] PO c.-/9/1878; RO c.-/1/1910; PO

$10

1959; closed 11/4/1986.

East Park, Port Augusta: light squared-circle ‘[EA]ST PARK [P.A.]/SE16/20/S_A’ on 1½d brown KGV. [Rated R] PO 19/6/1882;

closed 8/6/1923.

Eden Valley: squared-circle ‘EDEN VALL[EY]/MY21/3[?]/[S_A]’ on 1d green KGV pair. PO c.-/6/1863. Eudunda: 27mm squared-circle ‘EUDUND[A]/1/JY4/05/S_A’ on 1d red DLR pair (faults) on Shierlaw cover front. PO c.1872. Farrells Flat: ‘FARRELL FLAT/5P31DE87/S.A.-5416’ (Closing Day) on 37c Wombat PSE, unaddressed. PO 26/9/1870; closed

1690 * A A1

Galga: 2 strikes of ‘GALGA/104530NO83/SA-5308’ (Closing Day) on 20c Butterfly & 5c Wombat x2, on unaddressed cover. RO

1691 D A A2-

Gilles Plains: squared-circle ‘GILLES PLAINS/2/MY26/0?/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR. [Rated 2R] PO 11/3/1895; renamed Hillcrest PO

$15 $10 $25 $8 $12

$5 $5 $5

1692 D A B2

1701 * A A2 1702 D A2

$20 1703 * A A1 $5 1704 S A B2 1705 S A B2 1706 S A A2 $15 $6

1707 * A A1 1708 * A A2

$10 $5 $5 $6

1709 D A A1 1710 * A A1

$10 $8 $12 $5 $8

31/12/1987.

$5

29/9/1915; PO c.1920; closed 30/11/1983.

$6

15/8/1966.

Gladstone: ‘M.O.GLADSTONE/18NO77/SOUTH-AUST’, on 18c Flower. [Rated R] PO 1/4/1873. 1693 * A B1 Goodwood: ‘PAID AT GOODWOOD/—■24NO61/S.A.’ in red, on Taniwha window envelope. [Rated 3R] PO c.1885. 1694 S A B2 Goolwa (2): 27mm squared-circle ‘GOOLWA/JA21/14/S_A’ on 1d Roo pair. PO 1/1/1854. 1695 * A A1 Gouger Street (1): ‘GOUGER STREET/5P14NO86/SOUTHAUST’ on AAT 1c Ship, on unaddressed cover with Closure of Post Office cachet. PO 10/2/1958; closed 14/11/1986. 1696 * A A1 - ‘GOUGER STREET/14NO86/SOUTH·AUST’ (Closing Day) on 36c Year of Peace on cover with typed address & Postmaster’s Autograph. 1697 * A A1+ Grenfell Street Adelaide: ‘GRENFELL STREET/30SEP1994/S. AUST. 5000’ on 45c Children’s Fund PSE with ‘Closure of S.A. P.O.’s’ cachet, unaddressed. PO 21/10/1946; closed 30/9/1994. 1698 D A B2 Hamilton (2): squared-circle ‘HAMILTON/????/36/S_A’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated 2R] PO 30/3/1857; closed 29/12/1988. 1699 D A2+ Hammond: squared-circle ‘HAMMOND/DE3/07/S_A’. [Rated S] 1700 * B A2

$10

1994.

$15

$10

$5

$60

1689 * A A1

$12

$5

1/7/1927, provisionally closed 1/3/1949; closed 1/8/1954.

$10

$4

Beachport: ‘BEACHPORT/18FE60/SOUTH-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from Rivoli Bay North PO 26/5/1879. Blair Athol (2): triple-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/26SEP1997/ BLAIR ATHOL S.A. 5084’ on 45c Smith Family PSE with ‘CLOSURE OF CORPORATE POST OFFICE BLAIR ATHOL’ cachet, unaddressed. Replaced Enfield PO 15/8/1966; replaced by

1685 * A A1 1686 S A A2-

10/10/1846.

Renamed from Kercoonda PO 21/8/1851.

$10

1681 D A A2

$5

1669 * A A2+ Auburn: 2 strikes of 27½mm squared-circle ‘AUBURN/3/ JU27/04/S_A’ on 1d red DLR x2 on Shierlaw cover front.

PO 29/7/1997. [University of South Australia]

City West Campus: ‘CITY WEST CAMPUS/29JUL1997/SAUST-5000’ in violet on 45c Bradman on unaddressed cover with ‘Opening of new CITY WEST CAMPUS Post Office’ cachet.

$15

$20 $35 $30

$80 $15

1680 D A1

Andamooka PO 2/7/1990.

Angaston: ‘ANGASTON/PAID/26OC82/S-AUST-5353’ in red. PO

1679 * A A1

$6

Renamed from Yanyarrie Whim PO c.-/4/1880; CMA 29/10/1993. Ceduna: ‘CEDUNA/18MY33/S_A’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Murat Bay PO 1/1/1922; LPO 29/11/1999.

$17

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Diamond Numerals 1657 * A A1+ 61: on ½d violet wrapper. Allocated to Mount Gambier-PO 22/9/1846;

renamed Gambierton PO 10/1/1861; renamed Mount Gambier PO 27/1/ 1878. 63: on 1d green DLR. [Rated R] Allocated to Cherry Gardens-PO 1/1/1855, provisionally closed 4/11/1974; closed 1/7/1976. 130: on 2d orange DLR Perf 13. [Rated R] Allocated to North Rhine-PO c.-/10/1859; renamed Keyneton PO c.-/4/1869. 151: on 1d green DLR P15. Allocated to Tungkillo-PO 7/5/1861; renamed South Petherton PO c.1870; renamed Tungkillo PO 1/1/1907. 311: on 1d green DLR P10 (left margin missing). Allocated to Sedan-PO c.1872.

1676 S A A2

Brooklyn Park: ‘PAID AT BROOKLYN PARK/14SE70/SA-AUST’ in red. Renamed from Lockleys PO 19/6/1967. Cantara (1): 24mm squared-circle ‘CANTARA/ON3/95/S_A’ (month inverted) on 2d orange DLR perf 13. [Rated 3R - the first offered by us.] PO 1/9/1889; TO 31/12/1925; closed 1/7/1942. Carrieton: 2 strikes of 26mm squared-circle ‘CARRIETON/ FE7/98/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR on Shierlaw cover front.

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

Hawker: 23mm squared-circle ‘HAWKER/JA11/97/S.A’ on 2d orange DLR on Shierlaw cover front (reduced at left). [Rated S] Renamed from Wonoka PO 24/8/1880.

Henley Beach: squared-circle ‘HENLEY BEACH/1/NO5/03/ S_A’ on 1d pink on PPC. [Rated R] PO 1/4/1883. Hergott Springs: 27mm squared-circle ‘HERGOTT SPRINGS/ AP15/04/S_A’ (no bar on ‘G’s). [Rated S] PO c.1884; renamed Marree PO 1/7/1918.

$10 $5 $70 $6 $8 $10 $6 $8 $8 $10 $20 $8

Hilton (3): ‘HILTON/22JUN1998/S. AUST. 5033’ on Alexander Opening Day cover, franked with Cocos 45c dancing, signed by Postal Manager. PO 22/6/1998. Hindmarsh Island (3): 26½mm squared-circle ‘[HIND]MARSH ISLAND/MY4/14/[S].A’, light strike on 1d Roo. PO 22/4/1901;

$10

Homestead: squared-circle ‘HOMESTEAD/JU2/94/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR. [Rated 2R] PO 23/3/1888; closed 31/12/1907. Hookina (2): squared-circle ‘HOOKINA/FE26/34/S.A’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Hookina R.S. PO 1/10/1881; closed

$25

closed 29/11/1930.

10/10/1956.

Houghton: ‘HOUGHTON/30JUN2000/SA 5131’ on Alexander LPO conversion to Community Postal Agency, franked with 45c Faces of Australia. PO c.1849. Jamestown: 2 strikes of 27½mm squared-circle ‘JAMESTOWN/1/SE21/06/S.A’ on 1d red DLR x2 on Shierlaw cover front. PO c.1872. - ‘RELIEF NO 16/30JY74/SOUTH-AUST’ (known used 29/7 - 6/8/ 1974) on 7c Golf. Karkoo: ‘KARKOO/29AP88/STH AUST’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO 1/4/1933; TO 23/12/1933; closed 29/4/1988.

$40

$10 $5 $15 $5 $8


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1711 * A A1 1712 * A B2

Keith: ‘KEITH/22JUN1998/S-AUST-5267’, on 45c Birds on ‘Alexander’ opening of Licensed Post Office cover, unaddressed. Renamed from Mount Monster PO c.-/1/1904. Keswick: ‘PAID AT KESWICK/2?JA66/SA-AUST’ in red on window-faced Taniwha cover. [Rated 2R] PO 13/4/1896; closed 2/2/

1715 D A A2 1716 D A1 1717 * A- A2 1718 D A A1 1719 D A- A1

$12

31/12/1979.

$15

1883; closed 23/5/1980.

$12 $5

Kilkenny: ‘PAID KILKENNY/3D 1MY54/S.A.’ in black. PO 1/11/

Kimba: ‘KIMBA/7AU34/STH AUST’ on 2d red KGV. RO c.1915. Kingston S.E.: ‘KINGSTON S.E./PAID/23JY82/S-AUST-5275’ in red. Kooringa: 2 strikes of 27½mm squared-circle ‘KOORINGA/1/ DE8/05/S.A’ on ½d green pair on multicoloured PPC. Renamed

from Burra Burra PO c.1849; renamed Burra PO 1/12/1939.

Kulde: ‘KULDE/3FE48/S.A’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] PO

c.1922; closed 31/12/1970.

Lameroo: ‘LAMEROO/1115A11OC18/STH AUST’ on 3d Roo. RO

13/12/1905.

1720 D A A2

Leigh Creek Coalfield: ‘LEIGH CREEK COALFIELD/19JA67/ SOUTH-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. PO 18/8/1944; renamed Leigh Creek

1721 D A A2-

Light’s Pass: squared-circle ‘LIGHTS PASS/AP3?/37/S_A’ on 1d green KGV. RO 1/5/1906; PO c.-/10/1907; closed 30/6/1960. Loveday: ‘LOVEDAY/15SE66/SOUTH-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. PO

1722 D A A2 1723 * A A2 1724 D A2 1725 D A B1 1726 D A A1 1727 S A A1 1728 D A A1 1729 S A A2 1730 S A A2 1731 * B A1 1732 * A A2

1733 D A B2 1734 * B A2

South PO 2/4/1982.

12/9/1921; CMA 31/3/1994.

Mannum: 2 strikes of 23mm framed ‘MANNUM/1/NO13/03/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR on Shierlaw cover front. PO 2/11/1864. Marleston: ‘MARLESTON/PAID/2?DE81/S-AUST-5033’ in red. Renamed from Hilton PO 1/6/1894; closed 22/6/1998.

- red ‘PAID AT RELIEF/4AU[8]2/3/SA-AUST’ (known used 2-5/8/ 1982) on piece. [Identified by previous owner as Mile End.] Meningie: ‘RELIEF/8/94514JY87/SOUTH-AUST.’ on 37c on piece.

PO 1/1/1867.

Minlaton: squared-circle ‘MINLATON/DE4/18/S_A’ on 2d Roo pair. Renamed from Gum Flat PO c.-/3/1877; LPO 6/7/1998. Monash: ‘MONASH/14JY36/S.A’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Lone Gum (Monash) PO 1/4/1928.

Moorook (2): squared-circle ‘MOORO[OK]/MY1?/24/[S_A]’ on 4d blue KGV. [Rated 3R] RO 11/10/1910; PO c.-/3/1911. Mount Cooper: squared-circle ‘MOUN[T C]OOPER/AU1/33/ S_A’ on 3d blue KGV. RO 2/5/1907; PO 1/9/1909; closed 31/5/1975. Mount Schank: 3 strikes of ‘MOUNT SCHANK/17FE78/STH AUST’ (3 backstamps) on 1c, 2c & 4c QEII on cover (toning). PO 1/9/1898; RO c.-/9/1910; PO c.-/2/1911; closed 28/9/1984.

Mount Torrens (2): 2 strikes of squared-circle ‘MOUNT TORRENS/1/JY3/07/S-A’ on 1d on black & white PPC ‘Greetings from Adelaide’, Valentine’s Series real photo. [Rated R] PO c.1855. New Residence: ‘NEW RESIDENCE/19JA34/STH AUST’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Moorook PO 11/10/1910; closed 13/6/1974.

Normanville: 28mm squared-circle ‘NOR[MANV]ILLE/JU19/07/ S_A’ on 1d red on coloured PPC of ‘RUNDLE STREET’ with tram in background. tear repaired with sellotape. PO 14/8/1856. 1735 D A A2 Orroroo: 28mm squared-circle ‘ORROROO/1/FE3/09/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR. Renamed from Pekina PO 1/6/1876. 1736 * A A1 - ‘ORROROO/21DE1911/STH AUSTRALIA’ on 1d red on black & white real photo ‘An Australian Cascade’ H.& B. Series card. 1737 D A A1+ - ‘ORROROO/15JY36/S.A.’ on 1d green KGV. 1738 S A A2 Owen: 27½mm squared-circle ‘OWEN/MY11/32/[S_]A’ on 2d Bridge. PO 1/6/1880. 1739 S A A2+ Parrakie: squared-circle ‘PARRAKIE/SE12/22/S_A’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated 2R] RO 26/6/1907; PO c.1910; CMA 27/10/1993. 1740 S A B2 Paruna: ‘[P]ARUNA/7OC26/[STH] AUST’ on 9d Roo. RO 10/8/ 1741 * A A2 1742 D A B1

$8

1976.

1713 * A A2+ Kielpa: ‘KIELPA/31DE79/SOUTH AUST’ (Closing Day) on 20c Robin on cover to Moama, NSW. RO 4/10/1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1714 * B A1-

1753 D A A1

$5 $8 $10 $5 $6 $8 $6 $12 $8 $5 $5 $10 $5 $40 $10 $10

$15 $10

- red (ERD) on piece. [Rated R] 330P25MR64 1754 D A A1 Reynella South: ‘REYNELLA SOUTH/ /SA-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. PO 2/12/1963; replaced by Morphett Vale PO 1/3/1969. 1755 S A A2+ Rhynie: unframed ‘RHYNIE/DE23/85/S_A’ on 1d green with break in lower part of left frame. PO 6/3/1860. 1756 S A A1 Rosefield: ‘ROSEFIELD/830A12AP50/SOUTH-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI imprint block of 4 (FDI). [Rated R] PO 24/3/1924; 1757 D A A1 1758 * A A11759 * A A11760 D A1 1761 S A A3 1762 D A B1 1763 D A1 1764 D B1 1765 * A A11766 S A A2 1767 * A A1 1768 D A2 1769 * A A1 1770 S A A2 1771 * A A1 1772 * A A1 1773 D A A2 1774 S A- B2 1775 D A1

$5

1776 D A A1

$8

1777 * A A1

$10 $4

1778 D A A1-

$5 $15

1779 D A1 1780 * A A1-

1914; PO c.1916; LPO c.-/3/1993; CMA 23/9/1994.

$10

22/4/1968.

$10

1781 D A A2

$10

1782 S A A2

Payneham: 27½mm squared-circle ‘PAYNEHAM/2/DE22/05/ S_A’ on 1d red DLR on PPC. PO 18/7/1850; renamed Marden PO

Penola: 24mm squared-circle ‘PENOLA/SE20/97/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR P13. [Rated R] PO c.1852. 1743 * A B2 Petersburg: 3 strikes of 26mm squared-circle ‘PETERSBURG/3/JU16/99/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR on Shierlaw cover front. PO 13/12/1880; renamed Peterborough PO 1/7/1918. 1744 D A A2+ Port Adelaide: 27mm squared-circle ‘PORT ADELAIDE/7/ MR19/07/S_A’ on 1d red DLR P12. PO 27/7/1838. 1745 * A- A1 Port Augusta: 2 partly overlapping strikes of 24½mm squaredcircle ‘PORT AUGUSTA/1/OC27/99/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR on Shierlaw cover front (clipped BRC). [Rated R] PO c.-/7/1856. 1746 D A A2 Port Broughton: ‘PT.BROUGHTON/17FE36/S.A.’ on 2d red KGV. PO c.1873. 1747 * A A2 Port Lincoln: 2 strikes of 27½mm squared-circle ‘PORT LINCOLN/AU18/06/S.A’ on 1d red DLR pair on Shierlaw cover front. PO 20/6/1839. 1748 S A A2 Port Wakefield (3): 23mm framed ‘PORT WAKEFIELD/NO7/84/ S_A’ (raised 7) on 2d orange DLR P10. PO 18/11/1863. 1749 D A A1 Radium Hill: ‘RADIUM HILL/14MY58/SOUTH-AUST’ on 1/7d cut-out. WS c.1949; PO 1/11/1950; closed 17/2/1961. 1750 D A A1 Rendelsham: ‘RENDELSHAM/11JE48/[S.]A.’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] PO c.1887; closed 30/6/1988. 1751 S A A2- Renmark: 22mm squared-circle ‘RENMARK/AU21/91/S.A’ on 1d green pair. [Rated R] PO 30/6/1888. 1752 * A A1 - 27½mm squared-circle ‘RENMARK/SE25/06/S.A’ on 2d violet DLR on Shierlaw cover front.

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

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‘RENMARK/PAID/12FE82/S-AUST-5341’

1783 D A- A1 1784 * A A1 1785 * A A1 1786 D A1+ 1787 * A B2 1788 D A1+ 1789 * A A1

renamed Highgate PO 1/12/1964.

Royal Park: ‘ROYAL PARK/10-A15MR59/SOUTH-AUST’ on 1/7d cut-out. [Rated R] PO 19/8/1953. Rudall: ‘RUDALL/1130A10JA92/SA 5642’ on 45c Literary Life PSE, unaddressed with Closure of Post Office cachet. RO 3/1/ 1914; PO 1/1/1921; CMA 10/1/1992.

Rundle Street (2): ‘PAID AT RUNDLE ST/3D■7AP55/S.A’ in red, on window-faced envelope. [Rated 2R] PO 1/2/1882; renamed Rundle Mall PO 9/3/1984.

Saddleworth (4): red ‘SADDLEWORTH/PAID/15NO82/S-AUST5413’ (LRD) on piece. [Rated 2R] PO c.-/9/1859. Sanderston (2): ‘SANDERST[ON]/AP13/[?]/[S_A]’ squaredcircle on 2½d Roo 3rd wmk. [Rated R] PO 1/4/1886; closed 31/10/

1980.

Scott’s Creek: ‘SCOTT’S CREEK/25MA1936/STH AUSTRALIA’ on ½d orange KGV. PO 1/8/1894; renamed Scott Creek PO 5/12/1940. Seaton (1): red ‘SEATON/PAID/22MR83/S-AUST-5023’ on piece. [Rated 2R] Renamed from Seaton Park PO 1/9/1965; closed 28/3/1991. Semaphore South: ‘SEMAPHORE SOUTH/115P10OC74/SOUTH AUST’ (cut square through stamp). [Rated R] PO 3/11/1947; closed

30/11/1978.

St. Peter’s: ‘ST PETER[S]/2AU43/SOUTH AUST’, cancelling 5½d blue, on plain registered cover to Adelaide with blue C6 registration label. PO 1/11/1886. Stockade: unframed ‘STO[CK]ADE/DE16/97/S_A’ on 2d orange DLR . PO c.1872; closed 30/9/1907. Stockport: ‘STOCKPORT/30JE88/STH AUST’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO 23/10/ 1856; closed 30/6/1988.

Streaky Bay: ‘RELIEF/12DE74/57/STH AUST’ on 10c (cutthrough). [Identification made by previous owner.] PO 1/10/1862. Tanunda: ‘TANUNDA/31MY43/S.A’, on 5½d Emu, on plain registered cover to Burnside with blue C6 registration label. [Rated R] PO 8/11/1848. Taplan: ‘TAPLAN/15AU36/[STH AUST]’ on 2d SA Centenary. PO

$5 $5 $10 $8 $5 $8 $30 $8 $10 $10 $8 $4 $8 $15 $8 $5 $8

c.1915; RO 1/7/1915; closed 14/5/1982.

$6

closed 31/8/1988.

$8

Tarcowie: ‘TARCOWIE/930A31AU88/SA-5431’, on unaddressed 37c Wombat PSE with Closure of S.A. P.O.’s cachet. PO 1/8/1876; Terowie: 23mm squared-circle ‘TEROWIE/2/MR18/04/S_A’ on 2d violet DLR on Shierlaw cover front. PO c.-/11/1873. Tooligie (2): ‘TOOLIGIE/24JE36/S.A.’ on 2d Cable 2d. [Rated R - recorded used < 5 years - the only example offered by us.] TO 8/3/1929; PO 1/4/1933; closed 15/8/1986.

Towitta (3): framed ‘TOWITTA/MY30/19/S_A’ on 1d red KGV.

$12 $10

PO 2/7/1883.

$5

closed 24/3/1972.

$6

1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 21/1/1983.

$8

1986.

$8

Ulooloo: ‘ULOOLOO/7JE68/STH AUST’ on piece. PO 2/11/1881;

Veitch: ‘VEITCH/12AU43/STH AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 19/7/

Venus Bay (2): ‘VENUS BAY/31JY86/STH. AUST.’ (Closing Day) on 33c Stampex ‘86 PSE, unaddressed. PO 1/11/1944; closed 31/7/

Virginia: red ‘VIRGINIA/5-P2 DE83/S-AUST-5120’ (ERD by 8 yrs) on piece. [Rated 2R] PO c.-/10/1856. Walkerville: red ‘WALKERVILLE/PAID/6NO85/S-AUST-5081’ (LRD) on piece. [Rated R] PO 3/1/1850. Welland: ‘WELLAND/1/10SEP1999/S.AUST. 5007’ in black, WELLAND 2 & WELLAND 3 in purple & ‘WELLAND SA 5007/ BRICKYARD/10SEP1995’ Pictorial cancel in black on Alexander Last Day cover with matching set for Opening day of LPO. PO 3/10/1921; LPO 13/9/1999. (8) Willunga: 24½mm squared-circle ‘WILLUNGA/1/JA19/04/S_[A]’ on 1d red DLR P13 x2. PO 14/7/1839. Wilson: 23½mm squared-circle ‘WILSON/JU30/94/S_A’ on 2d orange. [Rated R] Renamed from Kanyaka PO 28/2/1881. Windsor Gardens: ‘WINDSOR GARDENS/430P 4OC55/ SOUTH-AUST’ on 6½d. PO 2/2/1954; replaced by Greenacres PO 31/7/1963.

$10 $5

$40 $10 $20 $6

Wirrabara: 2 strikes of ‘WIRRABARA/24MY38/SOUTH AUST’ on 2d red KGVI on cover to Adelaide. PO c.1875. Woodside: ‘WOODSIDE/6P25NO41/STH AUSTRALIA’, on 2d scarlet KGVI, on cover to Norwood. Renamed from Inverbrackie PO

$10

- red ‘WOODSIDE/PAID/5JA82/S-AUST-5244’ (ERD) on piece. Woodville: ‘PAID AT WOODVILLE/2½D30SE49/S.A.’ (ERD) in black, on Apac Industries Ltd, Finsbury, Woodville cover. [Rated 2R] PO c.-/3/1856. Woomera: ‘WOOMERA/PAID/17FE92/S-AUST-5720’ on piece. [Not recorded in this format.] Yahl: ‘YAHL/20FE87/S-AUST-5291’ (Closing Day) in violet on long 36c PSE, unaddressed. Renamed from Yahl Paddock PO 1/2/1969;

$30

c.1857.

closed 20/2/1987.

1790 D A A2+ Yongala: 27½mm squared-circle ‘YONGALA/1/SE26/24/S.A’ on 1½d red KGV. PO c.1875; closed 30/4/1993. 1791 D A A2+ Yorke Town: 2 strikes of 27½mm squared-circle ‘YORKETOWN/MY28/07/S.A’ on 1d red DLR P12 pair. Renamed from Weaner’s Flat PO 1/8/1876.

$12 $4

$5 $10 $10 $8


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 - light violet 27mm s/circle ‘YORKETOWN/OC?/14/S.A’ on 4d Roo. Coloured postmarks are unusual.

SOUTH AUSTRALIA | Reliefs 1793 D A A1 15: ‘RELIEF NO 15./9AP75/SOUTH-AUST’ on 7c QEII. [Not rated but seems quite difficult.] TASMANIA 1794 F A 1795 F A 1796 F A 1797 F B 1798 * A 1799 * A B1 1800 V A B3 1801 *

A- B1

1802 *

A- B1

$10

1836 D A A2 $5 1837 S A A2

1857-69 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 2d slategreen 4-margins just touching at base, SG #34, retail $175, cancelled with ‘20’ of Stanley. $75 1860-67 Imperf Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral 6d grey, SG #45, Cat £70, cut-to-shape $15 - 6d grey-violet, 2 good margins & 1 close margin, 1 margin slightly trimmed, SG #46, Cat £65, cancelled with second allocation BN ‘62’ of Newtown. $25 - 6d slate-violet, SG #48, Cat £55, cut-to-shape. $12 1863-71 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 10 1d brick red SG 57. $125 - 1d dull vermilion SG 58. $125 1871-91 Chalon Wmk Double-Lined Numeral Perf 11½ 6d bright violet, SG #138, Cat £32. $12 1899-1900 Pictorials Engraved 2½d indigo, SG #232, Cat £22, heavy selvege hinge remnant. $10 - 6d lake, SG #236, Cat £26, toned perf at upper right $12

TASMANIA | Postal Fiscals 1803 * A B1 1900 Overprinted ‘REVENUE’ 3d chestnut SG F34. $40 1804 * A B1 - 6d mauve SG F37. $150 1805 F A 1900 Postal Fiscals Overprinted ‘REVENUE’ £1 green and yellow SG F39 fiscally used in 1934. $50 TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1806 PS A 1891 Queen Victoria Embossed Head 1d red on window faced envelope for A.G.Webster & Son Hobart used in 1908, HG #KB3.

$60

TASMANIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers (PTPO) 1807 PS A 1882 1d red on white horizontal laid, 103x269mm, HG #KE3.

$25

TASMANIA | Postal History 1808 *F 1851 Entire from Hobart Town to Launceston with adhesive cut out (weep), but fine strikes of Pre Paid 7 MAR 1851 cds and on reverse Pre Paid 8 MR 1851 in box both in red. TASMANIA | Numerals - Second Allocation 1809 S A A2 8: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Bream Creek-RH 15/3/ 1854; PO c.1860; closed 31/12/1894.

1810 S A B2 1811 S A A2-

16: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Campbell Town-PO 1/6/1832. 20: light strike on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Circular Head-PO 1/7/

1812 S A- A2

22: on 1d Sideface (surface abrasion). Allocated to Cleveland-PO

1813 S A B11814 S B B2 1815 S A A2 1816 S A B2 1817 S A- B2 1818 S A B1 1819 S A A2 1820 S A A2 1821 S A B2 1822 S A A2 1823 S A A1-

1827 S 1828 * 1829 D 1830 D 1831 S

1833 S A A11834 S A A2

1846 S A A2 1847 D B B2 1848 D A B2

1853 S A A2

1855 S A A2

1857 S

$6 $5

1858 D

Rosny Park PO 15/10/1982.

Bicheno: framed ‘BICHENO/JU22/03/TASMANIA’ on repaired 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/1/1855; PO 1/11/1870. Birch’s Bay (2): framed ‘BIRCH’S BAY/JU29/10/TAS:’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/5/1903; PO 1/8/1904; closed 22/6/1954. Boobyalla: ‘BOOBYALLA/MY19/03/TAS.’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 29/7/1875; closed 31/12/1927.

1859 S 1860 S

$15 $15

1861 D

$5

1862 *

$8

1863 D

$15

1864 S

$6

1865 D

$10

1866 S

$10

1868 D A B1

$120

1869 * A A11870 * A B2 1871 * A A2

$10

1872 D A A2

$5

1873 S A A1

$8

1874 D A A2

$15 $15

PO 5/11/1841.

1875 S A A2 1876 * A A1-

$6

$4 $8 $6

1894; closed 1/8/1986.

$5

Renamed from Cooee Creek PO 16/8/1912.

$5

Cooee: ‘COOEE/12MR51/TAS’, 1d Princess x3 on piece.

Cranbrook: framed ‘CRANBROOK/SP4/02/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/10/1869; closed 1/8/1941. Cullenswood (2): ‘CULLENSWOOD/10AU40/TAS-AUST’ on 2d AAF. Renamed from Cornwall PO 1/11/1894; closed 18/10/1965. Darwin: framed ‘DARWIN/?N9/01/TASMANIA’, on 2d Pictorial. [Rated RR, open for less than 3½ years.] PO 21/2/1900; closed 30/6/1903.

$12 $10 $60 $10

PO 13/2/1845.

$4

from Brother’s Home PO 1/1/1886.

$5

closed 10/2/1984.

$5

Deviot: ‘DEVIOT/10FE84/TAS-AUST’ (Closing Day), on unaddressed 30c Tasmanian Arms PSE. RO 1/4/1909; PO c.1915; Dilston: framed ‘DILSTON/JY7/15/TASMANIA.’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 5/6/1871; closed 31/3/1975. Dunorlan: ‘DUNORLAN/AP16/17/TASMANIA’ (A2-) on 1d red KGV, ‘DUNORLAN/25JE63/TAS.’ (A1) on 5d royal visit & ‘DUNORLAN/29MY73/TAS.’ (B1) on 7c magenta QEII. PO 1/2/1886; closed 31/5/1974. (3) East Meander: framed ‘EAST MEANDER/AU15/08/ [TASMA]NIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/12/1886; renamed Meander PO

28/8/1910.

Eugenana: ‘EUGENANA/16MR70/TAS-AUST’, on 5c QEII. [Rated R] RO 1/5/1917; PO c.1926; closed 9/2/1972. A A1- Falmouth: framed ‘FALMOUTH/OC12/03/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial pair. PO 1/1/1848; closed 21/8/1973. A A2 Fentonbury: ‘FENTONBURY/27OC65/TAS’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated RRRR] PO 1/4/1885; closed 29/4/1966. A A2 Forcett: framed ‘FORCETT/OC26/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. PO 1/10/1848; closed 13/5/1974. A A2 Franklin: ‘FRANKLIN/2?P20FE17/TASMANIA’ in blue, on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Franklin-Huon PO 22/2/1878. A A1- Geeveston: ‘GEEVESTON/13AP49/TAS-AUST’ in violet (ERD), on 1/- lyrebird. Renamed from Geeves-Town PO c.1888. A- B2 - ‘PAID AT GEEVESTON/21JE68/TAS-AUST’ in red on windowfaced APM (small logo) cover. A A2 George Town: framed ‘GEORGE TOWN/MY18/16/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 11/12/1822. A A2 Gladstone: framed ‘GLADSTONE/JU1/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from North Mount Cameron PO 1/1/1882. A B1 Glenlusk: ‘GLENLUSK/16MR51/TAS-AUST’ on 3d red KGVI. [Rated R] RH c.1888; PO 1/1/1890; closed 16/9/1968. A A2+ Gretna: ‘GRETNA/5MAY09/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial.

1867 S A B2

$15

$8

Derby: ‘DERBY/12JE15/T[ASMA]NIA’ on ½d roo pair. Renamed

$6

$12

Lower PO 17/6/1891; closed 30/9/1968.

1851 S A A2

1856 D A A1-

$15

$4

Broadmarsh (2): framed ‘ BROADMARSH/JU22/07/TAS:’ (‘LOWER’ removed) on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Broadmarsh

1850 D A1

$5

$5

closed 31/10/1961.

Deddington: framed ‘DEDDINGTON/FE??/16/TAS’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] RH 1/12/1862; PO 1/7/1865; closed 14/7/1970. Deloraine (2): ‘PAID AT DELORAINE/6FE76/TAS-AUST’ in red.

8/12/1841; closed 24/12/1973. 51: on 1d Sideface. Allocated to La Trobe-PO 31/8/1860; renamed Latrobe PO 26/1/1873. 67: on ½d Tablet pair. Allocated to Peppermint Bay-PO 15/5/1854; renamed Woodbridge PO 31/12/1881. 76: on ½d Sideface pair. Allocated to Richmond-PO 1/6/1832. 101: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Kentishbury-RH 1/11/1862; PO c.1866; renamed Sheffield PO 1/1/1882. 107: on 2d Sideface. [Rated RR] Allocated to Risdon-PO 1/7/1864; renamed Gregson PO 30/11/1910. 140: on 2d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Orford-PO 1/9/1870. 171: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Red Water Creek-RH 17/2/1875; renamed Railton PO c.1876. 221: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Brother’s Home-PO 1/8/1882; renamed Derby PO 31/12/1885. 255: on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Dunorlan-PO 1/2/1886; closed 31/5/ 1974. 260: ‘260’ on 2d Sideface. Allocated to Copping-Renamed from Coppington PO 1/10/1886; closed 30/6/1988. 342: on 1d Sideface. [Rated R] Allocated to Macquarie Plains R.S.PO 1/7/1892; renamed Gretna PO 31/12/1906.

Apsley: framed ‘APSLEY/MR15/24/TASMANIA’ on 1½d green KGV. PO 1/9/1890; closed 14/11/1969. A B1 Austin’s Ferry: framed ‘AUSTINS FERRY/AP27/01/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/8/1885; closed 6/9/1968. B A2 Bathurst Street: ‘PAID AT HOBART. BATHURST ST./—-3DE63/ TAS-AUST’ in red on window-faced cover (reduced along top). [Rated R] PO 9/8/1954. A A2 Beauty Point: ‘BEAUTY POINT/■8DEC14/TASMANIA’ on 1d Roo. Renamed from Ilfracombe PO 2/4/1904; closed 31/5/1991. A A1 - 2 strikes of ‘BEAUTY POINT/1FE51/TAS-AUST’, on ½d Kangaroo, 4d Koala & 2/- aboriginal Art on telegram piece. A A1+ Bellerive (1): framed ‘BELLERIVE/JU6/07/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Kangaroo Point PO 1/1/1882; replaced by

1832 S C A2

1845 D A A1-

$6

1/10/1920; closed 31/12/1974.

$30

$5

1841 S A A2

1854 D A

$10

Brighton Military Camp (3): ‘BRIGHTON CAM[P]/6AP51/TAS[AUST]’ in blue alongside 2/- cancelled in black. PO 5/9/1949;

1842 * A A2+ - ‘CARRICK/25OC82/TAS-7257’ on 27c Post Office. 1843 S A- A2 Claremont: framed ‘CLAREMONT/AU22/05/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/4/1894. 1844 D A B1 Colebrook: ‘COLEBROOK/9JA59/TAS-AUST’ on 2/6d Aborigine pair on telegram piece. Renamed from Jerusalem PO 9/4/

1840 D A A1

1852 * A A1

$14 $6

Renamed from Tiagarra PO 5/9/1938; closed 7/9/1963.

$12

1839 D A B1

1849 D A B2

$40

Breona: ‘BREONA/30DE49/TAS-AUST’, two light strikes on 3d brown KGV & 1/6d Hermes on telegram piece. [Rated RRR]

Burnie: ‘BURNIE/PAID/5P31AU82/TAS-AUST-7320’ in red on OHMS cover. Renamed from Emu Bay PO 1/1/1882. Cairn’s Bay (2): ‘CAIRNS BAY/25AU36/TASMANIA’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated R] RO 31/10/1916; PO c.1925; closed 22/7/1971. Campania: ‘CAMPANIA/27NO74/TAS-AUST’ on 10c Star Sapphire. PO 15/9/1873. Carrick: framed ‘CARRICK/JA21/07/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial.

1838 * A A1

1845; renamed Stanley PO 31/12/1881.

TASMANIA | Datestamps 1824 D A A2- Adamsfield: ‘ADAMSFIELD/22DE36/TAS’ on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated R] Renamed from Florentine PO 1/12/1925; closed 31/5/1960. 1825 S A A1 Alcomie: mss “Alcomie/2.8.15” on 1d red KGV. RO 1/1/1915; PO 1826 D A A2

1835 D A A2-

Renamed from Macquarie Plains R.S. PO 1/1/1907.

Highthorpe: framed ‘HIGHTHORPE/SP9/04/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/1/1892; renamed Ashwater RH 30/4/1919. Hillwood: ‘HILLWOOD/6OC81/TAS-7252’ in violet, on 24c CHOGM. Renamed from Craigburn RO 26/3/1920; PO 1/12/1923. Hobart: ‘G.P.O. HOBART/28MR77/10/TAS-AUST’, on stampless OHMS Money order advice envelope to Adelaide. Renamed from Hobart Town PO 1/1/1881.

- ‘HOBART/?P30AP37/TASMANIA’ on ½d orange KGV (cut-toshape) on an early newsprint black & white photo of Hobart General Post Office. - ‘HOBART/8NO371-P/TASMANIA’ on ½d orange KGV (cut-toshape) on newsprint black & white photo of Hobart General Post Office. Hollow Tree: framed ‘HOLLOW TREE/JY2//TASMANIA’ (year omitted) on 1d roo. [Rated R] PO 15/12/1886; closed 14/5/1959. Huonville: framed ‘HUONVILLE/OC31/07/TASMANIA’ (office name inverted) on 1d Pictorial pair. Renamed from Victoria (Huon)

$15

$4 $15 $12 $12 $30 $6 $10 $8 $10 $5 $6 $8 $6 $25 $8 $4 $10 $10 $15

PO 25/5/1889.

$8

1915; PO c.1926.

$5

Kings Meadows: ‘KING’S MEADOWS/18OC50/TASMANIA’ on 2½d red KGVI pair & 1/6d Hermes on telegram piece. RO 1/2/

Kingston Beach: framed ‘KINGSTON BEACH/JU18/06/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. RH 16/4/1900; PO 1/10/1900. Latrobe: ‘PAID AT LATROBE/■■■14JE60/TASMANIA’ on plain cover. [Rated RRR] Renamed from La Trobe PO 27/1/1873.

$5 $30


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1877 * A B11878 D B B2

1879 * B

1880 S A A2 1881 * A A1 1882 S A A2 1883 * A A1 1884 S A A2 1885 D B A2 1886 * A A2 1887 S A A2 1888 S A A2 1889 S A A2 1890 D A A2 1891 S A A2 1892 D A A2 1893 D A B1

LATROBE/■D-4DE64/TASMANIA’

- ‘PAID AT on plain cover. [Rated RRR] Launceston: violet oval ‘CHIEF [PARCELS OF]FICE/ 20JUL1917/LAUNCESTON’ on 1d red KGV & 9d Roo pair, partly o/struck with a second strike on damaged Parcel Receipt. [Rated RRR] PO 12/10/1822. - ‘PAID AT/2D10APR31/LAUNCESTON’ machine in red, cancelling OHMS window envelope from the Deputy Commissioner of Taxes, somewhat tattered top edge & some light creasing. Launceston South: framed ‘SOUTH LAUNCESTON/AU30/04/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Wellington Street PO 1/11/

1904 D A A2 1905 * A A1

1906 D A B2 1907 * A A1 1908 D A A2 1909 D A A2 1910 D A A2 1911 D A1 1912 * A A1 1913 D A A1-

1916 D A A2

$8 $6

window-faced Launceston General Hospital cover. Lebrina: framed ‘LEBRINA/JU21/04/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial.

$8

- ‘PAID AT LAUNCESTON SOUTH/2P9DE82/TAS-AUST’ in red on

1917 S A A2 1918 D A B2 1919 D A B1 1920 D A A1 1921 D A A1 1922 * A 1923 * A A11924 S A B2

Renamed from Hall’s Track PO 1/7/1890.

$4

Renamed from Chudleigh Junction PO 1/4/1906; closed 15/2/1985.

$5

1926 S A A2

18/12/1899; closed 12/11/1966.

$6

1927 * A A1-

Lemana Junction: ‘LEMANA JUNCTION/15FE85/TAS-AUST’ (closing day) on unaddressed 30c Tasmanian Arms PSE. Linda: framed ‘LINDA/FE23/12/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO Loccota: ‘LOCCOTA/29AU52/TAS-AUST’ on 3½d brown pair & 2/6d (damaged) on telegraph piece. [Rated RRR - TO only]

Renamed from Nughata TO 1/2/1924; closed 30/6/1961.

Longford: ‘LONGFORD/24OC50/TAS-AUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 8½d on Aust. Technical Schools cover with blue & black C2 registration label. Renamed from Norfolk Plains PO 1/2/1856. Lymington South: framed ‘LYMINGTON/JY19/10/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Lymington PO 9/9/1891; renamed Lymington PO 31/12/1916.

Magnet: framed ‘MAGNET/OC19/18/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Mount Magnet PO 31/3/1903; closed 11/2/1939. Magra: violet double-circle ‘MAGR[A]/6JAN19[15]/T[ASMANIA]’ on 1d red. [Rated RRR] RO 1/6/1911; PO 1/6/1927; closed 15/3/1968. Malbina: ‘MALBINA/29SE62/TAS-AUST’ # 5s on 5d Inland Mission & 2/- Flower. [Rated R] RO 1/8/1911; PO 1/1/1917; TO 1/1/

$65 $20 $5 $15 $50

1972; closed 30/4/1974.

$20

8/2/1975.

$15 $5

Mangana: framed ‘MANGANA/OC17/16/[TA]S:’ in violet on 1d red KGV. [Recorded 1918-19, ERD] RH 1/1/1866; PO c.1867; closed

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

Mount Seymour: framed ‘MOUNT SEYMOUR/OC6/09/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/2/1877; closed 31/7/1969. - ‘MT SEYMOUR/17OC55/TAS-AUST’ on 3½d Nursing. Mowbray Heights: ‘PAID AT RELIEF/14NO88/1/TAS-AUST’, on cover with typed ‘MOWBRAY HEIGHTS POST OFFICE/ JOFFRE STREET/OPENED 14/11/88’, backstamped with ‘POST OFFICE/14NOV1988/* MOWBRAY HEIGHTS TAS 7248 *’ (A1) in blue. Renamed from Newnham PO 7/1/1961. Myalla: ‘MYALLA/23MAR193?/TASMANIA’ on 2d KingsfordSmith. [Rated R] RO 1/9/1907; PO c.-/11/1922; closed 18/8/1975. Nabowla: ‘NABOWLA/30AP84/TAS-7254’ (Closing day) on unaddressed 30c Tasmanian Arms PSE. Renamed from Lisle Road Station PO 19/4/1913; closed 30/4/1984.

Naracoopa: ‘NARACOOPA/3MY49/TAS-AUST’ on 9d Platypus on Telegram piece. [Rated RR] RO 1/12/1920; PO c.1926; closed

19/9/1962. [King Island]

National Park: ‘NATIONAL PARK/1-DE70/TAS-AUST’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated R] PO 15/2/1917; closed 31/8/1971. Natone Upper: ‘NATONE UPPER/24AP52/TASMANIA’ on ½d Roo pair & 2d green QE. RO 5/5/1919; PO 1/1/1922; closed 28/9/ 1973.

Neika:

‘NEIKA/10A-1FE65/TAS-AUST’.

PO 1/11/1924; closed 31/1/1969.

[Rated RR] RO 13/1/1913;

NORFOLK/1145A25MY83/TAS-7450’

New Norfolk: ‘NEW on 75c Lizard on 27c PSE with Priority Paid Label on cover addressed to Hobart. PO 1/6/1832. Newnham (1): 2 strikes of framed ‘NEWNHAM/FE27/02/ TASMANIA’ on 1d & 2d Pictorials. PO 1/6/1876; renamed Mowbray

$15 $10 $6 $15 $10 $15 $4

1925 * A A1

1928 * A- B1 1929 * A A2 1930 * A A2 1931 S A A2 1932 D A B1 1933 D A A2

1937 S A A2 1938 * A A1 1939 S A A2 1940 D A A11941 D A A2

1944 S A A1-

$8 $10

1945 D A A1-

$15

1947 D A1

$10

1948 D A B1

1943 * A A1-

1946 D B B1

1949 D A A2 1950 S B B2 1951 S A A2 1952 S A A2

$5

1953 S B A1-

$60

1954 S A A2

$8

$8 $3

Brighton PO 1/7/1895; closed 31/7/1973.

$4

Perth: ‘PERTH/5FE58/TAS’, on 4d QEII. PO 1/6/1832. Pontville: ‘PONTVILLE/5AU36/TAS.’ on 2d Cable. Renamed from

Port Arthur (3): Black & white PPC ‘Port Arthur’, a Walch & Sons card, unused. Renamed from Carnarvon PO 20/10/1927. Redpa: ‘REDPA/28AU87/TAS-7330’ (Closing day) on 37c stamp on ALEXANDER cover, unaddressed Renamed from Marrawah East PO 1/4/1926; closed 30/8/1987.

Regatta Point: framed ‘REGATTA POINT/DE12/11/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/4/1900; closed 31/8/1964. Rocky Cape (2): 2 strikes of ‘ROCKY CAPE/14AU75/TAS-7321’ on 5c Cocos Islands x2 on addressed cover. PO 1/4/1975. Rokeby: framed ‘ROKEBY/DE6/06/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] Renamed from Clarence Plains PO 1/1/1882. Rosebery: ‘PAID AT ROSEBERY/16MR78/TAS-AUST’ in red on plain cover to Hobart, Tas. [Rated R] PO 1/11/1897. Rosny Park: partly doubled ‘ROSNY PARK/PAID/1100A28AP83/ TAS-AUST-7018’ in red, on window-faced cover. Replaced Bellerive PO 18/10/1982.

Sandfly (2): ‘SANDFLY/17JY74/TAS-AUST’ on 7c Agate on Sunbeam postcard. PO 1/1/1897; closed 12/12/1981. Sassafras: 2 strikes of ‘SASSAFRAS/31JY75/TAS.’ (Closing day) on 10c Sapphire on cover addressed to Launceston. PO 1/3/1873;

closed 31/7/1975.

Scottsdale: framed ‘SCOTTSDALE /JU14/09/TASMANIA’ (‘WEST’ removed) on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Ellesmere PO 4/9/

1893.

Sheffield: ‘SHEFFIELD/24OC1916/TASMANIA’ in blue on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Kentishbury PO 1/1/1882. Simpson’s Bay: ‘SIMPSONS BAY/7AU40/TAS.’ on 2d AAF. PO

1955 D A A1 1956 * A 1957 S A A2

$8 $5 $6 $6 $20 $8 $6 $8 $15 $6 $15

18/6/1913; closed 30/11/1971.

$10

Glendevie RO 31/7/1923.

$40

Somerset: ‘PAID AT SOMERSET/9SE76/TAS-AUST’ in red. [Rated R] Renamed from Somerset Cam PO 1/10/1963. - light ‘PAID AT SOMERSET/19SE77/TAS-AUST’ in red, on plain cover to Hobart. [Rated R] Spring Hill: framed ‘SPRING-HILL/JA30/0?/TAS:’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/10/1841; RO 1/1/1910; PO 1/6/1927; closed 1/7/1929. St. Helen’s: ‘PAID AT ST HELENS/3JA78/TAS-AUST’ in red, on plain window envelope. Renamed from Georges Bay PO 1/7/1882. St. Mary’s: framed ‘ST MARY’S/OC7/03/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Cullenswood PO 12/4/1869. Strahan (2): ‘STRAHAN/29OC50/TAS-AUST’, on 2½d KGVI.

$25

$8

1895.

1935 D B1

1942 D A A2

$30

$3

Penguin: framed ‘PENGUIN /JY22/03/TASMANIA’ (‘CREEK’ removed), on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Penguin Creek PO 1/7/

Snake Plains: ‘SNAKE PLAINS//SP25/11/TASMANIA’ (* removed) on 1d Pictorial. [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1889; renamed

1936 * A A1-

$4

Renamed from Oatlands Station PO 1/1/1882.

1934 S A A2

$8 $4

$5

Orford: framed ‘ORFORD/AU30/11/[TASM]ANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/9/1870. Parattah: ‘PARATTAH/??SP25/TASMANIA’, on 2d red KGV.

Renamed from East Strahan PO 25/1/1893.

Sulphur Creek (2): ‘SULPHUR CREEK/9SE37/[T]AS’, on 2d red KGVI. PO 17/2/1890. Swansea (2): framed ‘SWANSEA/NO1/05/TASMANIA’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Waterloo Point PO c.1863. Tarraleah: ‘TARRALEAH/9AP75/TAS-AUST’ on 10c Sapphire on Sunbeam postcard. Renamed from Nive Road PO 1/3/1935. Tunnel: framed ‘TUNNEL/JU16/11/TASMA[NIA]’ (with stops) on 1d Pictorial. PO 1/4/1890; closed 31/3/1969. Ulverstone: framed ‘ULVERSTONE/MR4/12/TASMANIA’ (solid stops) on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Leven PO 1/1/1882. Upper Esk: ‘UPPER ESK/■1OC49/TAS-AUST’ on 1/- Lyrebird pair (cut-to-shape through 2nd stamp) on Telegram piece. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us] PO 11/11/1948; closed 31/7/

1965.

Waddamana: ‘WADDAMANA/14MY67/TAS-AUST’ on stampless strip with blue registration label. PO 18/8/1913; closed 8/1/1971. Wattle Grove Lower: ‘LWR.WATTLE GROVE/5MY32/ TASMANIA’ on 2d Bridge. RO 1/6/1900; PO c.1901; closed 31/5/1968. Wattle Hill: framed ‘WATTLE HILL/SP4/34/TASMANIA’, on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR] PO 1/10/1878; closed 10/8/1958. Western Creek: framed ‘WESTERN CREEK/AP18/07/ TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1904; closed 7/4/ 1966.

- framed ‘WESTERN CREEK/AU31/15/TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. White Hills (2): framed ‘WHITE-HILLS/JY3/02/TAS:’ on 2d Pictorial. [Rated R] RH 1/7/1866; PO 14/1/1879; closed 31/1/1967. Winnaleah: ‘WINNALEAH/11SE34/TASMANIA’ on 2d Vic Centenary (faults). PO 1/10/1912. Woodbury (1): framed ‘WOODBURY/FE16/04/TAS:’ on 2d Pictorial. Renamed from Antill Ponds PO 9/8/1897; closed 21/11/1922. Woodsdale: ‘WOODSDALE/6MY67/TAS-AUST’ on stampless strip with blue registration label. PO 1/3/1884; closed 16/5/1977. Wynyard: black & white photo of PO taken 1978. Renamed from Table Cape PO 1/1/1882.

Zeehan: 25mm, framed ‘ZEEHAN/6—-P23.JY.06/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial. Renamed from Mount Zeehan PO 1/12/1890.

$6 $8 $10 $4 $6 $3 $3 $5 $6 $10 $5

$70 $8 $8 $15 $8 $15 $15 $3 $8 $8 $5

Heights PO 3/1/1961.

$10

1977.

$30 TASMANIA | Travelling Post Offices 1958 * A B1 1: framed ‘T.M.L.RY.-No.1/NO23/00/TASMANIA’ on 1d Postal Card, from St Leonards to Adelaide. $100 $10 VICTORIA 1959 F B 1850-53 Half-Length Ham Altered 3rd State 3d blue 3-margins $6 [Pos 10?], SG #14, Cat £70, thin. $30

1914 D B A2+ Nietta (2): ‘NIETTA/31MR32/TAS’ on 2d Bridge (faults). [Rated R] Renamed from Tangana RO 1/12/1922; PO 1/4/1923; closed 31/3/ 1915 S A A2

$25

1897; closed 27/1/1988.

- ‘MANGANA/3JE64/TAS-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. Maria Island (5): ‘MARIA ISLAND/27JUL25/TASMANIA’, on 1½d red KGV. RO 8/9/1906; PO c.1910; closed 16/3/1951. 1894 S A A2- - ‘MARIA ISLAND/15OCT28/TASMANIA’ on 1½d red KGV. 1895 D A A2+ Mayberry: ‘MAYBERRY/18MY42/TAS’ on 2½d red KGV (cut-toshape). RO 1/12/1923; PO 1/6/1927; closed 30/6/1971. 1896 D A A2 Mella: ‘MELLA/19DE36/[TAS]’ #4, on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated RR] RO 1/10/1915; PO 1/1/1927; closed 28/6/1974. 1897 D A A2 Melrose: ‘MELROSE/17MY63/TAS-AUST’ #5, on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] RH 1/10/1885; PO 20/9/1886; closed 30/9/1968. 1898 D A A2 Meunna: ‘MEUNNA/3JY73/TAS-AUST’ #5s, on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR] TO 18/12/1959; closed 30/6/1976. 1899 D A1+ Mole Creek: ‘MOLE CREEK/27OC51/TAS.’ #4a. PO 28/5/1884. 1900 S A A2 Moorina: framed ‘MOORINA/MR29/15/TASMANIA’, on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Krushka’s Bridge PO 1/1/1882; closed 16/11/1971. 1901 D A A1+ - ‘MOORINA/19NO49/TAS’ #4a, on 5d Merino & 1/3d Bull. 1902 D A A2 Mount Hicks Upper: framed ‘MT HICKS UPPER/19FE/15/ TASMANIA’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Mount Hicks 1903 S A A1-

$30

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Nubeena: 2 strikes of framed ‘NUBEENA/AP19/07/TASMANIA’ on 1d Pictorial vertical pair. PO 1/12/1886. Opossum Bay: 2 strikes of ‘OPOSSUM BAY/16JA50/[TAS]AUST’ on 2d purple KGVI, 6d Kookaburra & 1/- Lyrebird on telegram piece. PO 16/1/1942; closed 30/6/1980.

$6


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2002 *F B 1854-57 Half-Length Campbell & Ferguson 1d dull rose-red 4 1860 use of 4d rose Emblems, cancelled with BN ‘1’ (A1+) on clear margins [Type 16], SG #27a, Cat £75. entire to Geelong, backstamped with unframed $85 ‘MELBOURNE/D/FE3/60’ (A1) & poor Geelong, wrinkled & 1961 F A - 3d blue 3-margins [pos 5], SG #31c, Cat £45. $40 creased through stamp. 1962 F A 1858 Queen-On-Throne Wmk Large Star Rouletted 5½-6½ 1900s 1d rose x2, cancelled with indistinct cds & pen on 6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £. $10 2003 *F B backflap printed ‘ORIENTAL HOTEL/MELBOURNE’ cover to 1963 W A- 6d bright blue, SG #73, Cat £130, stain on back. $65 Hobart, Tas, filing hole, opened-out with uneven tear along base 1964 * B D2 1859 Perf 12 By Robinson 1d yellow-green on wove paper, SG of reverse. #76, Cat £250, large part brown o.g, creased corner. $120 1912 use of 1d pink, cancelled with indistinct Victorian machine 1965 F A- 2/- dull bluish green, SG #82, pulled perf at base. $40 2004 *F C cancel of 1JUN12 on T. Gaunt & Co, Jewellers, Watch Makers & 1966 DF A D2 1863-74 Laureates DLR Paper Wmk Single-Lined Numeral Opticians cover to Newcastle, torn open at left, toned. 2d violet P13 x2, SG #109ad, cancelled with ‘GEELONG/1A/ DC29/64 - 2’ duplex, left unit [H9] & right unit with VICT doubled VICTORIA | Commercial Perfins and bottom frame thin [D3] $15 2005 A Trustee Executor & Agency Co: ‘T.T./E.A.’, Cat #TTEA.1, used 1967 F A C1 1867-81 Laureates Wmk V/Crown Perf 13 2d slate-grey, SG 1911 on 4d. #132, wmk inverted. $50 1968 F A B2 1884-96 Stamp Duty Typo Wmk 1st V/Crown Perf 13 2/- deep VICTORIA | Barred Numerals blue on green P12½, SG #258b, Cat £38. $40 2006 D A- A2 7: ‘CRESWICK/MY14/23/VICTORIA - 7’ duplex on 2d orange 1969 F A C1 - £1 orange on yellow P12½, SG #262a, Cat £55, mss 1884 KGV perf ‘OS’ x2. [This was the last numeral canceller to be cancel. $12 withdrawn in Victoria.] Allocated to Creswick’s Creek-PO 1/9/1854; 1970 * A B1 1886-96 New Stamp Duty Designs Wmk 2nd V/Crown ½d renamed Creswick PO c.1857; LPO 14/10/1994. lilac-grey, SG 310. $40 2007 S A B2 14: 2nd Type (figures 11mm high) on 2d Bell. Allocated to Avoca1971 * A B1 1899-1901 Stamp Duty Wmk 4th V/Crown ½d emerald, SG PO 1/9/1854; LPO 30/11/1995. #356. $10 2008 S A- A2 18: right half 3rd duplex on 2d violet, toned perf at top Allocated 1972 **/* A B1 1901-10 ‘POSTAGE’ Wmk 4th V/Crown Perf 12x12½ or 12½ to Benalla-Renamed from Broken River PO 1/1/1854. ½d blue-green Die I block of 8, SG #384, Cat £24, ACSC #V11, 2009 S A A2 33: right half 1st duplex on 1d green. Allocated to Dandenong-PO Cat $40, left, right and central vertical perfs are single line P12.4, 1/7/1848. 3 units *. $30 2010 D A A2 40: 1st unframed duplex ‘ECHUCA/OC28/70/VICTORIA - 40’ on 1973 **/* A A1 - 2½d dull blue block of 4, SG #388, Cat £48++, 2**/2*. $50 2d lilac. Allocated to Echuca-Renamed from Hopwoods Punt PO 1/1/ 1974 B C1 - 5d reddish brown with Melbourne 1901 CTO and blue 1855. ‘ULTRAMAR’, further cancelled with a grid of dots, mild toning in 2011 S A A2 48: right half 3rd duplex on 2d violet. Allocated to Hawthorn-PO 1/1/ BLC. Unusual. $50 1854; replaced by Hawthorn Business Centre BC 24/10/1997. 1975 * A B1 - 9d dull rose-red perf ‘OS’, SG #393, (BW #V109ba, Cat $60). $40 2012 S A A2 53: type A2R on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Kangaroo GroundPO 4/10/1854; LPO 25/8/1994. VICTORIA | Postage Dues 1976 * A B1 1895-96 New Colours ½d - 4d SG D11-14 . (4) $50 2013 S A- A2 61: right half 2nd duplex on 1d green, toned edges. Allocated to 1960 F A

VICTORIA | Revenues 1977 F A Stamp Duty: 1957 £1 Orange-Yellow/Yellow P11 marginal single, Cat #3.87, 1957 pen cancel. 1978 F A - 1957 £10 Mauve P11 pair, Cat #3.113, 1961 pen cancel. VICTORIA | Railway Stamps 1979 F B B2 1887-1902 6th Series, Black on Coloured Paper 1d black on pale green, P12¼, Cat #3.1341, 2 heavy creases, couple of repaired tears. [Rated S] 1980 ** A 1934 Winged Stamps Third Issue 1d bluish violet onpale sage green issued for Hallam, scarce. 1981 ** A - 4d carmine red on light blue issued for Diapur. 1982 ** A 1941 Ninth Series Second Issue 2d red issued for Wallace. 1983 ** A 1953 Tenth Series 4d black on blue issued for Tragowel. 1984 ** A - 9d red on white issued for Pyalong. 1985 F A 1958-66 Eleventh Series 2d issued for Melbourne. 1986 ** A - 10d red on white issued for Lal Lal. 1987 F A - 1/6d red issued for Melbourne. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1988 PS A 1878 QV Emblem With Thick Border Line 1d violet on cream, size 115x76mm, Stieg #P3 1989 PS A 1883 QV 1d Dull Rose on Buff Stieg #P6. 1990 PS A1890 QV New Design 1d orange-brown, setting B last line 84½mm long, Stieg #P13, cancelled with poor Box Hill duplex of DE17/90. 1991 PS A 1891 QV Universal Postal Union 1½d red on 2d violet, Stieg #P14, 69mm opt. 1992 PS A 1899 1d Brick Red to Rose Red on Cream 1d brick-red on cream, Stieg #P19 1993 PS A 1904 New International Card With the Word Postage Added on Stamp 1½d reddish brown on light green, Stieg #P29 1994 PS A 1908 Visit of American Fleet 1d card, Stieg #P33, Cat $75. VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 1995 PS A 1885 2d Overprint 1d rose on pale greenish grey, overprinted ‘PRICE: TWO PENCE’ in blue, Stieg #A7a. 1996 PS B 1911 One Penny on 2d QV Rose Stieg #A16, Cat $25, selvedge partly stuck down.

2014 S A B2 $4 $25

$20 $50 $30 $20 $30 $35 $10 $30 $15

$20 $30 $12 $15 $35 $25 $90

VICTORIA | Postal History 1851 use of stampless cover to Sydney rated “2” in red, light 2001 *F A boxed ‘PAID AT/MELBOURNE’ (B2-) on face, endorsed “p OMail/15august”, oval ‘[MELB]OURNE/[crown]/AU*15/1851/ [PO]RT PHILLIP’ (B2) backstamp.

2026 S A A2 2027 * A- A2

2029 S A A2

$8

2030 S A B2 2031 S A- B2

$25

2032 S A B2

2036 S A A2 2037 S A A2

$70

2038 D A A2

2039 S A B2 $65

1857; LPO 26/2/1994.

Allocated to Cranbourne-PO 1/8/1857; renamed Cranbourne Delivery Centre DC 14/2/1994. 133: on 1890s 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Whroo-PO 10/9/ 1857; closed 17/6/1955.

168: unframed duplex ‘YEA/NO20/05/VICTORIA - 168’ on 2d violet pair on Tatt’s cover (repaired). Allocated to Yea-PO 15/1/1858;

2040 S A A2

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

$15 $100 $10 $20 $10

LPO 18/11/1996.

$12

31/12/1974.

$10

172: 4 full strikes of 2nd Type (no sidebars) on 1d brown strip of 4 (right unit reduced). Allocated to Baringhup-PO 12/2/1858; closed 205: ‘205’ (type 2) on 1d pink. Allocated to Wahgunyah-PO 1/7/1858;

LPO 3/5/1994.

279: unframed duplex ‘BRIGHT/JA30/00/VICTORIA - 279’ on 1d pink pair. Allocated to Morse’s Creek-PO 25/1/1860; renamed Bright PO

$4

13/2/1866.

$10

24/5/1994.

$15

295: on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Dartmoor-PO 1/4/1860; LPO

17/6/1872; LPO 29/3/1994.

429: ‘429’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Costerfield-PO 23/3/

1863; closed 29/10/1993.

468: ‘468’ on 1d pink tied by unframed ‘NEWINGTON/FE12/07/ VICTORIA’ (a1) on PPC of ‘SCENE NEAR COWES’, minor staining. Allocated to Newington-PO 1/7/1883; closed 21/6/1974. 497: 2 strikes on 1d pink x2. [Rated S] Allocated to Darlingford-PO

$4 $10 $20

1/1/1865; RO 12/9/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/3/1955. 520: ‘520’ on 2d violet. [Rated S] Allocated to Cape Clear-PO 17/4/ 1865; LPO 1/6/1994. 533: light 2nd type on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to StrangwaysPO 11/9/1865; closed 8/11/1974.

$15

19/8/1993.

$10

657: 2 strikes of BN on 1d Roo Die II strip of 3 perf ‘OS’ (from top right corner of sheet D). Allocated to Alfredton-PO 1/8/1868; LPO

663: ‘663’ on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Newtown-Scarsdale-

$6 $20

PO 12/11/1868; closed 8/3/1957.

$6

11/12/1971.

$6 $8

2033 S B A2+ 670: ‘670’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Crossley-PO 7/12/1868; closed 2034 S A A2 2035 S A- B2

$20

Dunkeld-PO 1/12/1855; LPO 8/3/1994.

2025 S A A2+ 380: on 2d violet. Allocated to Ondit-PO 1/1/1862; renamed Beeac PO

$8

$10

VICTORIA | Pictorial Envelopes 2000 * B 1905 (Jun 19) use of ‘WATERFALL, GRAMPIANS’ from Stawell to Hawthorn, opened a little roughly at top. Rare. This view not recorded by Kelly.

2024 S A A2

2028 S A A2

VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes (PTPO) 1998 PS A 1886 QV Stamp Duty in Die 1d green on white stock, Stieg #KB8.

Renamed from Barwon PO 1/1/1854; LPO 23/5/1994.

2018 D C A2+ 130: ‘130’ 1st type on ½d Stamp Duty (damaged). [Rated SS]

2023 D A A2

$5

$4

84: on 1890s 2d violet. [Rated RR] Allocated to Winchelsea-

126: type 1B on 2d Bell (faults). Allocated to Kangaroo Flat-PO 2/2/

2021 D A A1

$5

from Flooding Creek PO 1/1/1854.

2017 S B A2

2020 * B A2

$5

$4

72: right half of 1st duplex on 2d Bell. Allocated to Sale-Renamed

112: type 1A on 4d Beaded Oval. [Rated RRR] Allocated to

2019 S A A2

$8

Maryborough-PO 19/10/1854.

2016 S A A2

2022 S A2

VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 1997 PS A1890 1d Embossed QV With Stamp Duty in Design 1d orange-brown, Stieg #B7, odd mild spot.

VICTORIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 1999 PS A 1885 QV 1d yellow-green on white paper with borders, Stieg #E8.

2015 S A B2

$20

685: ‘685’ in blue on 2d violet. Allocated to Cowes-PO 1/8/1869. 725: 2 strikes on ½d pink pair (1 damaged). Allocated to Eurambeen-PO 1/1/1871; closed 30/11/1951.

$12

1874; closed 5/6/1948.

$12

closed 7/5/1976.

$12

841: ‘841’ on 1d brown. [Rated SS] Allocated to Kewell-PO 9/9/ 898: on 1d pink. [Rated SS] Allocated to Warrion-PO 24/8/1875; 905: 2 strikes of ‘905’ on 1d pink and 2d violet x2. 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. 942: ‘942’ on 1d pink. [Rated S] Allocated to Acheron-PO 15/4/1876; renamed Taggerty PO 14/9/1893; LPO 1/3/1994. 987: ‘987’ on 2d violet. [Rated R] Allocated to Bamganie-PO 12/5/ 1877; RO 1/8/1917; PO 1/7/1927; TO 23/4/1959; closed c.-/7/1961.

$15 $8 $10


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2041 S A A2

TO 1/8/1861; PO c.-/3/1879; RO 1/7/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 20/2/ 1962.

2042 S A A2+ 1124: ‘MC/24’, right half of unframed St. Kilda West duplex on 2d Bell. [Rating R] Allocated to St. Kilda West-PO c.-/3/1879; renamed St. 2043 S A A2

Kilda R.S. PO 1/10/1886; replaced by St. Kilda West PO 24/10/1970.

1134: ‘MC/34’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Allocated to Caralulup-PO 21/7/ 1879; TO 1/7/1941; closed 13/12/1954.

2044 S A- A2+ 1178: ‘MC/78’ on 1d brown. [Rated S] Allocated to Homebush 2045 * A A2

Lower-PO 1/2/1880; RO 21/1/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 14/10/1960.

1197: framed duplex ‘EXHIBITION/NO19/07/MELBOURNE 1197’ on 1d pink on PPC of ‘Blackfishing near Lilydale, Victoria’. [Used at the Women’s Work Exhibition which opened on 23/11/ 1907 for 5 weeks.] Allocated to Exhibition-PO c.1904; closed c.1907. 2046 S A A2+ 1257: ‘MCC/57’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Borung-PO 1/12/1881;

$5

2088 * A A1

1427: unframed duplex ‘KORUMBURRA/AP2/04/VICTORIA 14[27]’ on 1d pink on black & white PPC ‘Mathinna Falls, Victoria’, message on front. Allocated to Korumburra-PO 1/11/1889; LPO 1/2/1999.

2051 S A A2

1540: ‘MD/40’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Cororooke-PO 14/2/1887; LPO

2052 S A A2

1568: ‘MD/[6]8’ (edge of 6 on stamp) in blue on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Allocated to Miram Piram-PO 20/4/1887; renamed Miram PO 29/9/

2053 S A A2

1828: ‘1828’ on 2d violet. Allocated to Kanumbra-PO 1/1/1891; closed

2054 S A A2

1978: ‘[1]978’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Allocated to Kenmare-PO

renamed Woori Yallock PO c.1911. 9/9/1993.

1909.

30/11/1978.

1927; closed 31/10/1950.

Alfredton: ‘ALFREDTON/20OC80/VIC.’ in violet on 5c Bird. PO

2068 D A B2 2069 * A

$5 $6 $10

$5

Altona: light ‘ALTONA W.18./16OC64/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30B, on 2/5d Registration Envelope. [Rated RRR] RO 14/1/1918; PO c.1921.

Altona Gate: ‘RELIEF/19FE86/85/VIC-AUST’ on 10c Butterfly.

$15

Replaced Beevers PO 8/2/1986; LPO 30/7/1993.

$6

11/4/1960; renamed Beevers PO 28/2/1966.

$5

Altona North (1): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO Anglesea: ‘ANGLESEA/PAID/30MY86/VIC-AUST-3230’ (LRD) in violet. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Anglesea River PO 1/3/1950; LPO 20/6/1994.

Ararat: ‘ARARAT/21JA26/VIC.’, WWW #160, on 1½d red KGV on Housen’s Richmond Hotel/PORTLAND front (slight toning & slightly reduced). Replaced Cathcart PO 31/8/1857. Ararat South: ‘ARARAT SOUTH/21OC65/VIC-AUST’ on 5d red QEII. [Rated RRR] PO 1/4/1958; closed 29/11/1985. Archie’s Creek: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. PO 17/11/ 1899; closed 8/8/1986.

Ascot Vale: ‘AS[CO]T V[ALE] /—-8JY68/VIC-AUST’ WWW #100D (arcs 1,½ - ‘W.2.’ removed) on 25c bird. [Rated RRRR]

Arnold PO 21/6/1924.

Renamed from Ascot Vale West PO c.1893.

Ascot Vale West (2): ‘ASCOT VALE WEST W.2/18NO35/VIC.’ WWW #10A (opening day) on 1d green KGV x2 & 3d Vic Centenary, blue provisional registration label. [Rated RR] PO 18/11/1935; closed 30/6/1973.

2073 * A- B1

Ashburton: ‘ASHBURTON/23OC63/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A, on 5d & 2/- on cover with blue Registration Label. [Rated RR] PO

2074 * A

Athlone: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Renamed from

2075 D A1

Avoca: ‘PAID AT AVOCA/5D-15AP54/VIC.’. [Rated RR] PO 1/9/

2078 * A

$5

1/8/1868; LPO 19/8/1993.

2071 D A C2

2077 * A

$8

$5

Arnold R.S.: ‘ARNOLD R.[S.]/17AU21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Arnold’s Bridge PO 20/9/1909; renamed

2076 * A

$8

1856; LPO 1/7/1994.

2070 S A A2

2072 * A A1

$20

$80

2062 D A A1

2067 * B A2

$10

10/8/1904; LPO 8/12/1993.

2061 * A

2066 D A1

$6

$50

2087: ‘2087’ on 1d pink. [Rated RRR] Allocated to Dalyston-PO

Albert Park: ‘ALBERT PARK/6JA50/VIC.’ (#80A - arcs 4,3) on 2½d & 6d. [Rated RR] RH 26/11/1883; PO c.-/1/1884. - ‘PAID AT ALBERT PARK / 6MY77/VIC’ in red with ‘S.C.6’ removed, WWW #510E. [Rated RR] Albert Park South: ‘ALBERT PARK SOUTH SC6/1?AP60/VICAUST’, WWW #10A on 1/6d Christmas Bells & 2/- Flower. [Rated R] PO 1/11/1947; closed 13/8/1976. Alberton (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1970. PO 10/1/

2065 * A

$15

23/9/1896; closed 1/5/1979.

VICTORIA | Datestamps 2056 D A A1 Abbotsford: recut ‘ABBOTSFORD/3NO40/VIC’ (large year wheel) on 2d red AIF. [Rated R] PO 9/1/1888; LPO 4/1/2000. 2057 * A Airly: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. RO 1/9/1924; PO 1/7/

2064 D A A1

2085 D A A1

Wirrimbirchip-PO 2/7/1883; renamed Birchip PO 1/1/1890; LPO 1/4/1995.

1522: ‘MD/22’ on 1d pink. Allocated to Woori Yalloak-PO 1/7/1886;

2063 * A A2-

$80

2084 * A B2

$6

2050 S A A2

2060 D A A2

$6

2083 * A

LPO 1/10/1993.

1342: right half of duplex ‘1342’ on 1d pink. Allocated to

2059 D A2

$15

2082 * A

2086 * A 2087 * A

2048 S A A2

2058 D A A1

$8

2081 * A-

$5

1337: ‘MCCC/37’ on 1d brown. Allocated to Kinglake-PO 14/5/1883;

2055 S A A2

$25

closed 31/8/1993.

2047 S A A2

2049 * A A2

2080 * B

1120: ‘MC/20’ on 2d violet. [Rated SS] Allocated to Cape Schanck-

15/12/1927.

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

2098 D A A2

2100 * B

2101 D B A2

Baringhup: framed ‘BARINGHUP/DE31/07/VIC’ arrival on PPC of ‘Split Point near Horne Victoria’ (sic), sent from Newstead. PO

12/2/1858; closed 31/12/1974.

Barker: poor ‘BARKER E.2./27AP54/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A B-V=9mm (A1 backstamp) on 3½d & 9d on cover with blue Registration Label. [Rated R] Renamed from Glenferrie PO c.1952;

2104 * A

$12 2112 D A B1 2113 * A 2114 D A A2 2115 * A 2116 D A1 2117 * A- A1 2118 D A B2 2119 D A1

$5 2120 * A

$30 $4 $5 $5 $30

LPO 23/8/1993; renamed Hawthorn 24/10/1997.

$8

Navarre Rush PO 12/11/1861; closed 30/6/1981.

$16

Barkly: ‘BARKLY/30JE81/VIC-3467’, WWW #40 (Last Day) on 22c Gold Rush on long commemorative cover. Renamed from 1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/1963.

PO 1/6/1862; LPO 15/9/1993.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Bear’s Lagoon: ‘BEAR’S LAGOON/18SE??/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] Renamed from Janiember East

PO c.-/10/1939; closed 27/3/1975.

Beauville: ‘BEAUVILLE S.E 9/4DE62/VIC-AUST’ on 2/5d Banksia. [Rated RRR] PO 18/10/1954; closed 19/10/1977. Beeac: unframed ‘BEEAC/JL4/14/VICTORIA’ on 1d Roo. Renamed from Ondit PO 17/6/1872; LPO 29/3/1994.

Spring Creek PO 1/1/1854.

Belgrave: illustrated cover for Mountain District Cricket Association, Belgrave, franked with faulty 2d Vic Centenary, 18 Jul 1934 Melbourne slogan cancel (poorly applied), roughly opened. RO c.1904; PO c.1911; LPO 1/9/1997. Belgrave Heights: ‘BELGRAVE HEIGHTS/13SE7?/VIC-AUST.’ WWW #10B on 7c Agate (some perfs trimmed). [Rated R] PO

$5 $5 $5 $5 $20 $45 $5 $12 $8

$15

1/8/1938, provisionally closed 29/9/1976; closed 6/1/1977.

$6

Broken River PO 1/1/1854.

$5

LPO 29/6/1994.

$5

closed 30/6/1995.

$5

Benambra: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. PO 16/6/1886;

2111 S A A2

$8

LPO 1/11/1993.

2103 * A

$15

$15

Bannockburn: ‘BANNOCKBURN/24FE60/VIC’, WWW #30D on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from Wabdallah PO 1/4/1892; LPO 6/4/1994. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Bareena: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 1/12/1911;

Benalla: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Renamed from

2110 * A A1

$5

c.1930.

2102 * A

2108 * A 2109 S A A2

$10

$5

Ballyrogan: unframed ‘BALLYROGAN/JA15/08/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink on PPC of ‘Langi Giran, Ararat, Victoria’, poor Wendouree arrival. PO 9/11/1875; RO 30/3/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed

- ‘BEEAC/8DE32/VIC’ WWW #50A (arcs 5,4) on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] 2099 D A A1+ Beechworth: ‘MONEY ORDER/29SEP1988/BEECHWORTH, VIC. 3747’ (ERD) in violet on 1c Living Together. Renamed from

$40

$5

1907; PO 1/11/1911; closed 31/1/1979.

2097 S A A2

2107 D A A1

1862; closed 28/2/1976.

2079 D A A2+ Ballarat: ‘BALLARAT/17OC62/3/VIC-AUST’, WWW #880A on 5d Xmas. [Rated RR] PO 1/11/1851.

2096 D A A1

$6

$45

1911; PO 1/9/1912; closed 31/3/1976.

Barwon Downs: ‘BARWON DOWNS/2NO34/VIC.’ WWW #20A on 1d green KGV (cut-to-shape). PO 24/9/1888; closed 29/11/1975. Bass: ‘BASS/17OC75/VIC.’ WWW #40B on 18c Flower. [Rated R]

2094 * A 2095 D A A2

$10 $5

Ballendella (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. RO 17/7/

2092 D A B1 2093 D A A2

$8

1857; replaced by Bakery Hill PO 31/8/1992.

Barrabool (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1971. RO 1/8/

2106 D B2

$5

- WTP coloured PPC of ‘View in Botanical Gardens, Ballarat’ cancelled with Ballarat 2 duplex of 29·1·09, framed ‘SOUTHERN CROSS/FE9/09/W.A.’ arrival, small surface abrasion on picture side. - multi-coloured PPC ‘Through “Fairyland”, Lake Wendouree, Ballarat’. Ballarat East: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 1/12/

2091 * A

$30

$15

Bairnsdale: Black & white PPC ‘Mitchell River from School of Mines’, real photo, unused. Renamed from Lucknow PO 3/4/1862. Bairnsdale East: black & white photo of PO taken 1978. RO 5/8/

2090 * A A2

2105 D A1+

1854; LPO 30/11/1995.

Avon Plains: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. PO 14/1/

2089 * A-

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Benarch: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 2/5/1960; Bendigo: double-oval ‘FAXPOST CENTRE/30SEP1994/ BENDIGO 3550’ in black. Renamed from Sandhurst PO 8/5/1891; replaced by Bendigo Central PO c.-/8/1996.

- ‘PAID AT BENDIGO/—-9OC51/VIC.’ (price turned off). [Rated RRR] Bendigo North: ‘BENDIGO NORTH/7SE82/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B on 2c Finch. [Rated S] PO 17/11/1947; LPO 8/2/1994. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Berriwillock: unframed ‘[B]ERRIWILLOCK/SE1/09/[VIC]’ on 1d pink. PO 16/4/1894; LPO 3/9/1993. Berwick: 30½mm ‘BERWICK/22JAN1999/VIC 3806’ WWW #124, on 45c on Alexander Counter Date Stamps of Victoria cover. PO 18/9/1858. Bessiebelle: unframed ‘BESS[IEBE]LLE//22/VICTORIA’ (day and month slugs missing) on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/5/1884; closed 31/12/1972.

Bethanga (2): ‘BETHANGA/28SE27/VIC’, WWW #30 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 4/10/1879; closed 30/4/1952. Betley: black & white photo of PO taken c.1970. Renamed from

$30 $20 $6 $5 $4 $5 $5 $30

Middle Bridge PO 1/8/1910; closed 31/10/1975.

$5

RO 23/7/1923; PO 1/7/1926; LPO 1/9/1994.

$8 $5

Beverford: ‘BEVERFORD/21DE57/VIC’ on 4d Xmas. [Rated S]

- black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Birchip: ‘PAID AT BIRCHIP/3D-23OC54/VIC’ in black. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Wirrimbirchip PO 1/1/1890; LPO 1/4/1995. Black Rock (2): ‘BLACK ROCK/PAID/5-P10JA89/VIC-AUST-3193’ in red, on slightly reduced cover. RO 10/4/1922; PO c.1924; LPO

$15

Blackburn: ‘BLACKBURN/19AP37/VICTORIA’ on 5d brown KGV. Renamed from Blackburn Creek PO 12/3/1883. Blackburn Mail Centre: ‘M.C.BLACKBURN/PAID/11-P25FE80/ VIC-AUST-3130’ in red. MC 3/8/1975; renamed Eastern Mail Centre

$5

1/12/1997.

$10

MC 1/10/1991.

$6

from Mount Blackwood PO 22/11/1921; LPO 20/7/1993.

$5

Blackwood (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Renamed


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2121 D A A1

Bogong: ‘BOGONG/28FE58/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20A on 4d lake QEII. [Rated R] PO 26/2/1940; closed 5/3/1993. 2122 D A A2 Boigbeat: ‘BOIGBEAT/6JE34/VIC.’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 1/7/1898; closed 28/2/1970. 2123 D A B1 Bolinda: ‘BOLINDA/21SE79/VIC’ WWW #20B on 20c Little Grebe. [Rated R] PO 12/6/1879; closed 30/7/1980. 2124 D A A2+ Bonegilla Commonwealth Immigration Camp: 30mm ‘C.I.C BONEGILLA/17AU59/VIC-AUST’ WWW #15A on 4d red QEII. [Rated S] PO c.1948; closed 17/3/1971. 2125 * A A1- Bonegilla Mil. P.O. (1): light ‘MIL.P.O. BONEGILLA/7MR42/ VIC-AUST’ (A1 backstamp), WWW #20, on 1d QE & 3½d Surcharge on Leek cover with blue C6 registration label. PO 26/9/ 2126 D A A2

1940; closed c.-/11/1947.

Boolite: ‘BOOLITE/22MY36/VIC.’ WWW #20 on 2d Cable. [Rated RR] PO 10/9/1890; closed 12/5/1951. 2127 D A B2 Boomahnoomoonah: ‘BOOMAHNOOMOONAH/20FE35/VIC’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR] PO 9/3/1881; closed 28/2/1939. 2128 D A A2+ Booran Road: BOORAN ROAD S.E.9/4OC60/VIC.’ WWW #10A on 2/- Flower. [Rated R] PO 17/12/1934; LPO 12/8/1993. 2129 * A Boorhaman: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Renamed 2130 * A 2131 * A A1

Boweya (2): black & white photo of PO (until 1957) taken 1971.

2135 D A B2

Boxwood: ‘BOXWOOD/22MR57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30A on 4d (cut-to-shape). [Rated R] PO 21/11/1890; closed 30/1/1976. Bradvale: ‘BRADVALE/29AP48/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] RO 1/2/1923; PO 1/2/1927; closed 22/4/1954. Briar Hill: ‘BRIAR HILL/12MY56/VIC, WWW #10A on 1/0½d on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] TO 19/5/1924; PO 1/9/

2138 * A 2139 S A A2 2140 S A A2 2141 D A A2 2142 * B A1

2151 D A1 2152 D A A2 2153 * A C2

2154 D A1 2155 D A2 2156 S A A2 2157 D A A2 2158 D A1 2159 D A1

$30

2163 D A A2

$50

2164 S A A2

$10

$8 $6 $5

PO 4/12/1883; closed 8/4/1963.

$5

1924; LPO 28/7/1993.

$8 $15 $10 $5 $6

1890; LPO 27/5/1994.

$6

Broadmeadows East PO 28/8/1956; closed 9/9/1968.

$6

Broadmeadows (2): ‘BROADMEADOWS/76FE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A (arcs 1,1), on 4d lake QEII. [Rated R] Renamed from ‘BROADMEADOWS/29DE66/VIC-AUST’,

WWW #20B (arcs 1,1) on 24c Registration Envelope #R47, opened-out. 2143 S A- A3 Broadmeadows Military Camp (1): light 25mm ‘[MILITARY CAM]P BROADMEADOWS/[?N]O18/[VIC]’ WWW #20 on ½d green KGV, some slight toning. PO 17/8/1914; closed 29/3/1919. 2144 D A A2 Broomfield: ‘BROOMFIELD/19JA71/VIC.-AUST’, WWW #30B on 6c orange QEII. [Rated RR] PO 8/10/1875; closed 31/8/1974. 2145 S A A2 Brunswick: ‘BRUNSWICK/21JA35/VIC.’, WWW #130 (arcs 4,4) on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated RRR] PO 1/1/1854. 2146 * A A2+ - red double-oval ‘CARDED/3JUL1987/BRUNSWICK 3056’ (LRD), WWW #410 on face of long Slater & Gordon, Solicitors Security Post cover, 2 Jul 1987 Carlton South paid meter, violet ‘CARLTON SOUTH/2JUL1987/VIC 3053’ (A1-, WWW #110, Rated RR) backstamps. [Rated RRRR] 2147 D A A2+ Bruthen: ‘BRUTHEN/27FE22/VIC’ (arcs 8,8) WWW #40, on 9d Roo (cut-to-shape). PO 15/1/1862; LPO 3/9/1993. 2148 D A A1 Buchan South: ‘BUCHAN SOUTH/31MR80/VIC.’, (closing day) WWW #30C on 8c opal. [Rated R] PO 18/3/1901; closed 31/3/1980. 2149 D A A1 Buckrabanyule (2): ‘BUCKRABANYULE/6DE72/VIC-3522’, WWW #30 on 7c Hughes. [Rated RRR] Renamed from 2150 * A

$15

1923; PO c.1925; LPO 31/8/1994.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Bright: unframed ‘BRIGHT/OC23/06/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink (fault). [Rated R] Renamed from Morse’s Creek PO 13/2/1866. Brim: unframed ‘BRIM/FE7/02/[VI]CTORIA’ on 1d pink. PO 3/10/

Buckrabanyule R.S. PO c.1902; closed 30/6/1992.

Buffalo: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Renamed from Buffalo R.S. PO c.1911; LPO 18/3/1994.

Bunnenyong: oval ‘BUNNENYONG/[crown]/MY*”1”/1853/ VICTORIA’ (mss “1” correcting 2 in date). PO 1/1/1845; renamed Buninyong PO 17/1/1859.

Cabarita: ‘CABARITA/8JE58/VIC’ on 4d QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] Renamed from Lake Hawthorn RO 2/11/1925; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 4/10/1993.

Camberwell North: poor ‘CAMBERWELL NORTH E.6/20JA55/ VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A (B2 backstamp) on 3½d & 9d, blue provisional registration label ‘CWELL NORTH/VIC. AUST’. [Rated RRR] PO 12/5/1910; LPO 21/10/1993. Camperdown: ‘CAMPERDOWN/6AP59/VIC-AUST’, WWW #145A (arcs 3,2). [Rated RRR] Renamed from Timboon PO 1/1/ 1854.

- ‘PAID AT CAMPERDOWN/30AP70/VIC-AUST’ (dateline centred), WWW #520C. [Rated RRR] Carapooee R.S.: framed ‘CARAPOOEE RY [STN]/SE18/17/ V[IC]’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 4/8/1879; renamed Carapooee PO 2/2/1967.

Cardross: ‘CARDROSS/29AP71/VIC-3496’ WWW #20A, on 6c orange QEII. [Rated S] RO 15/6/1925; PO 17/1/1927; LPO 10/11/ 1993.

‘CARLTON/15DE69/VIC’,

Carlton: WWW #170B (arcs 5½,6). [Rated RRRR] PO 19/10/1865; LPO 28/3/1994. 5SE73 - ‘PAID AT CARLTON/ /VIC.’, WWW #610D in red. [Rated R]

2161 D A B2 2162 * B

$5

2134 * A

2137 * A B2

$6

17/10/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1949.

2133 * A

2136 D A B1

$6

$5

‘BORONIA/26AU69/VIC-AUST’ (arcs

2160 * B B1

$10

from Estcourt PO 1/2/1891; closed 30/3/1974.

Boralma: black & white photo of PO taken 1973. PO 9/6/1890; RO Boronia: 11,11½) on Money Order Advices cover. RO 1/10/1920; PO 15/5/1922. Borung: ‘BORUNG/18DE15/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 1/12/1881; closed 31/8/1993. Boundary Bend: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. RO 6/4/

2132 S A A2

$8

$8 $8 $15 $16

2165 D A B2 2166 D A A12167 D A A2 2168 D A B1 2169 D A A1 2170 D A1 2171 D A A1 2172 S A- A2 2173 D A B2 2174 D A A2 2175 D A A2 2176 D A A2 2177 D A B1 2178 D A B1 2179 * A B2 2180 D B1

$40 $5 $8 $30 $5 $150 $5

$15 $12 $20 $40 $4 $40 $4

2181 * A B1 2182 * A- A2

Carnegie: 2 strikes of ‘CARNEGIE/16MR87/VIC-3163’ WWW #120 (arcs 5,5) on 60c Xmas pair on 36c PSE (roughly opened) and small Priority Paid label with 42 mm 24-hr ‘RECEIVED/ 16MAR1987/MAIL CENTRE/BENDIGO/Vic. 3550’ (A1 WWW#360 - Rated RRRR) in violet and 42½x27½mm rectangle ‘RECEIVED/POST OFFICE/17MAR1987/BENDIGO VIC. 3550’ (A1 - WWW#1520 - Rated RRR) on reverse. PO 1/9/1911. Carrajung Lower: ‘CARRAJUNG LOWER/■9AU35/VIC’ on 2d Jubilee. [Rated R] Renamed from Bruthen Creek RO 3/5/1926; PO 1/7/

1927; closed 30/9/1969.

Cassilis: multi-coloured PPC ‘Cassilis, near Omeo’, J.P.Campbell, used with stamp removed, damaged corners including bends. PO 7/10/1879; TO 21/12/1950, provisionally closed 23/3/1959; closed 1/7/1959.

Castella: ‘CASTELLA/3FE48/VIC’, WWW #10, on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] RO 17/8/1918; PO c.1924; closed 31/5/1965. Casterton: unframed duplex ‘CASTERTON/JE10/97/VICTORIA - 28’, WWW #50B on 1d brown pair. Renamed from The Glenelg PO 1/1/1854; LPO 2/12/1998.

- ‘P O CASTERTON/-8NOV61/VIC’ WWW #90E (originally PAID AT, decade wheel corrected, small 10’s wheel) on 5d Xmas. [Rated RR] Catani: ‘CATANI/27MY69/VIC-3981’ WWW #20 on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] RO 2/4/1923; PO 6/11/1925; closed 26/6/

1981.

Caulfield: ‘CAULFIELD/19SE21/V[IC]’, WWW #60A on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1863; closed 31/1/1974. - ‘CAULFIELD S.E.8./3JE66/VIC- aUST’ (WWW #100B - arcs 1,2) on 4c. [Rated RRR] - ‘CAULFIELD /27AP70/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #110C - ‘S.E.8’ removed) on 5c. [Rated RR] Caulfield North: ‘CAULFIELD NORTH/2?NO42/VIC’ on blue provisional registration label. [Rated R] PO 26/3/1915; LPO 29/10/

1993.

Chadstone Centre: ‘CHADSTONE CENTRE/11-A29SE78/VIC3148’, WWW #60A, on 1c. [Rated RR] PO 3/10/1960. Charlton (2): ‘CHARLTON/29JE28/VIC.’ WWW #70 in blue on 3d blue KGV perf ‘OS’. Renamed from Charlton East PO 1/9/1879;

LPO 7/7/1993.

- ‘CHARLTON/24AP74/VIC-AUST’, WWW #110B (arcs 8,7) on 7c. [Rated RR] Chatsworth: ‘CHATSWORTH/22NO72/VIC.’ on 7c purple QEII. [Rated RR] PO 17/5/1867; closed 31/5/1977. Chepstowe (2): ‘CHEPSTOWE/7AU36/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated RR] PO 1/1/1870; closed 22/6/1967. Chinkapook: ‘CHINKAPOOK/4SE61/VIC’, WWW #10B on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] Renamed from Christmas Tank RO 15/4/1914;

PO 8/2/1915; closed 1/10/1974.

Christmas Hills (1): ‘CHRISTMAS HILL/29JE37/VIC’ (error; ‘HILL’) WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from

2187 * A 2188 D A A1 2189 D A B3 2190 * A 2191 D A A12192 * A

$6

$10 $8 $6 $12 $6 $6 $20 $6 $8 $8 $8 $6 $10 $30 $8

Christmas Hill PO c.1913; RO c.1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1974.

$20

closed 30/11/1976.

$10

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

$15

Clarendon: ‘CLARENDON/11FE71/VIC’, WWW #40B on 6c orange QEII. [Rated RR] Renamed from Corduroy Bridge PO c.1858;

Clayton: ‘CLAYTON/7NO64/[VIC-A]UST.’ (arcs 5,5½), WWW #30B on 2/5d Envelope with blue registration label. [Rated RR]

- ‘PAID AT CLAYTON/22■-■DE65/VIC-AUST’, WWW #710D (blocks between day and month wheels) in red. [Rated RRRR] Clifton Hill: ‘CLIFTON HILL N.8./15SE58/VIC.’ WWW #60B (recut; ‘N.8.’ added) on 1/7d on cover with blue registration label. PO c.-/12/1883; LPO 8/11/1993.

- unframed ‘MONEY ORDER/OC22/07/CLIFTON HILL’ on 1d pink on slightly reduced Tatt’s cover. [Rated RR] 2183 D A A2+ Clonbinane (2): ‘CLONBINANE/15MR47/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 5/10/1897; closed 30/4/1956. 2184 D A A1 Clunes: ‘CLUNES/16MY21/VICTORIA’, WWW #70A on 2d orange KGV x2. PO 1/10/1857; LPO 4/1/1994. 2185 D A A2+ Coatesville: ‘COATESVILLE S E.15/30AP60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A (arcs ½,.) on 6d Kooaburra & 3/- Waratah. [Rated RR] PO 2186 D A A1

$30

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

- 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘COATESVILLE S E.15/22AP60/ VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A (arcs ½,.) on 9d Kangaroo & 2/- Flower. [Rated RR] Cobaw: black and white photo of Cobaw Post Office (or school?) taken 1971. PO 1/12/1887, provisionally closed 11/8/1952;

closed 31/8/1953.

Cobram (2): ‘COBRAM/1OC25/VIC’, WWW #50 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 23/1/1888. Coburg North: ‘[COBU]RG NORTH N.14/19FE63/[VIC-AUST]’, WWW #10B on 2/5d cut-out. [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1957; closed 17/9/

1980.

Colac: black and white photo of Colac Post Office taken 1968.

$30 $8 $30 $20 $5 $15 $15 $5 $8 $12

Renamed from Lake Colac PO 1/1/1854.

$5

1994.

$4

Colbinabbin (2): ‘COLBINABBIN/10AU57/VIC’ WWW #10A on 4d lake QEII. Renamed from Colbinabbin East PO 1/1/1944; LPO 1/8/

Colbinabbin West: black & white photo of the site of PO taken 1970. PO 7/8/1899; closed 6/1/1949. 2193 D A A2+ Coleraine: ‘COLERAINE/17SE29/VIC’ WWW #70, (arcs 7,7) on 1½d red KGV. PO 16/11/1854; LPO 1/2/1996. 2194 * A A2 - pictorial ‘COLERAINE/[plant]/VIC 3315/26MAY1998/[plant]/ Home of the Points Arboretum’ on 45c RAN on Guide Dog cover. 2195 D A A2 Colignan: ‘COLIGNAN/11-A2OC84/VC 3404’, WWW #20 on 30c Skiing (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] RO 22/8/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/4/1988.

$5 $5 $5 $8


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2196 * A- B1 2197 * A A1 2198 D A A2 2199 * A- A2

2200 * A A12201 D A A2 2202 * A A2 2203 D A1 2204 * A- C2

2205 D A A2 2206 D A A2 2207 D A A2 2208 S A B2 2209 S A B2 2210 D A B1

Collingwood (3): double-circle ‘COLLINGWOOD/7MAY1987/ VIC 3066’ WWW #200, in blue on long APO cover (taped flap). [Rated R] PO 15/11/1865. - COLLINGWOOD /M.O.O./24JA84/VIC-AUST’ (WWW #620B ‘N.5’ removed) on long APO cover. - ‘[R]ELIEF/19DE57/NO.8.’ on 4d Xmas. [Used 13-22/12/57] Collingwood North (2): ‘COLLINGWOOD NTH N.5/6FE64/ VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 2/- Flower on Business Reply Post cover with blue registration label. [Rated S] PO 4/10/1948; LPO

5/7/1993.

Collins Street: unframed ‘COLLINS STREET/9AUG1985/VIC. AUST. 3000’ WWW #118, in violet on APO cover. [Experimental self-inking type] PO 1/9/1925; closed 26/6/1992. - ‘COLLINS STREET /M.O.O./2NO83/VIC-AUST’ (‘C.1.’ ? removed) on 55c Lotus-bird. Collins Street East: double-rectangle ‘* POST OFFICE */G 13SEP1995 G/45 COLLINS ST. MELBOURNE 3000’ WWW #175, on $20 Gardens on TaxPack cover. PO 23/6/1969. Collins Street West (1): pictorial double-circle ‘[ship]/POLLY WOODSIDE/MARITIME/PARK/MELBOURNE VIC 3000’ (ERD) WWW #484. Replaced King Street PO 28/11/1989; closed 21/11/1997. Commerce House: ‘M.O.O. COMMERCE HOUSE/21FE48/ VIC’, WWW #110 (A1 backstamp) on 5½d Emu on Aust. Tech. Schools cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 8/7/1914;

2212 D A A12213 D A1 2214 D A B12215 D A A12216 D A B1 2217 D A A2 2218 D A A2 2219 D A A2

2220 * A B2 2221 D A B2 2222 D A A2 2223 * A

2227 D A1 2228 D A A1 2229 * A 2230 D A1+ 2231 * A A12232 D A A1-

$6 $8

2234 D A B2 2235 D A A2 2236 D A A1

$15 $6 $5 $10 $6

2237 D A A12238 D A A1 2239 D A2 2240 * A- A2

2241 D A A1-

$20

PO 1/9/1968.

$6

2244 D A B2

[Rated R] PO 15/3/1882; closed 14/12/1972. Coonans Hill: ‘COONANS HILL W.7./23AP60/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A, on 1/- Platypus & 3/- Waratah. [Rated R] PO 21/2/1957;

$8

2245 * A B1

$8

2246 D A B2

replaced by Degraves Street PO 17/11/1956.

Congupna Road: ‘CONGUPNA RD/10DE48/VIC’ WWW #30A on 2½d Jamboree. [Rated S] PO 17/10/1881; renamed Congupna Cooma: ‘COOMA/16DE71/VIC.-AUST.’, WWW #30B on 7c Xmas.

LPO 2/7/1993.

Cope Cope: unframed ‘COPE COP[E]/JE?/?/VICTO[RIA]’, WWW #10 in blue on 1d pink. PO 15/9/1873; closed 31/10/1975. Corack (2): ‘CORACK/24AU2?/VIC’ WWW #10, on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RRR] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/3/1954. Corack East: ‘CORACK EAST/13SE60/VIC.’, WWW #30C (arcs 6,6½) on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] PO 1/8/ Corio (3): rectangle ‘POST OFFICE/18JAN1987/CORIO 3214’ WWW #55 (8DL). PO 1/5/1963. - ‘P.S.C. 2/21AUG1990/CORIO, VIC. 3214’ WWW #250A, in violet on 41c Glider. [Only recorded date for 8DL format] - ‘CORIO/PAID/27JE88/VIC-AUST-3214’ in red. [Rated S] Coromby: ‘COROMBY/11AP60/VIC’, WWW #30B on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). [now Rated RRRR] PO 6/10/1879; closed 14/1/ 1970.

- ‘COROMBY/25MR60/VIC’, WWW #30B on 5d blue QEII (cut-toshape). [now Rated RRRR] - ‘COROMBY/22JE60/VIC’, WWW #30B on 5d blue QEII. [now Rated RRRR] Corop: unframed ‘COROP/JE5/20/VICTORIA’, WWW #20 on 1/- Roo. [Rated S] PO 1/1/1868; LPO 30/5/1994. Cororooke: ‘COROOROOKE/?MR38/VICTORIA’ WWW #20B (recut) on 1d green QE (cut-to-shape). [Rated R] PO 14/2/1887; LPO 9/9/1993.

Corryong: pictorial double-oval ‘CORRYONG/Vic 3707/ 1MAY1990/[horseman & cattle]/GATEWAY TO THE SNOWY MOUNTAINS’ (8DL) WWW #120A, in violet on 41c Xmas. PO 1/2/1874; LPO 1/8/1996.

‘CORRYONG/PAID/1045A21NO8?/VIC-AUST-3707’

WWW #430B in red on Jakaleen’s, Corryong - Footwear, Hardware, Gifts cover addressed to North Melbourne. [Rated RRR] Cosgrove: ‘COSGROVE/19JY60/VIC.-AUST.’, WWW #30B on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] PO 5/12/1888; closed 28/9/1979. Costerfield South: ‘COSTERFIELD SOUTH/28NO27/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RRR] PO 1/7/1878; closed

31/1/1944.

Cottle’s Bridge: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. RO 1/1/

1910; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/12/1960.

2224 * A A1+ Cowes: pictorial ‘PHILLIP ISLAND/24DEC1970/PENGUIN/ PARADE/COWES VIC. 3922’ (First Day) on 6c QANTAS on APO FDC, unaddressed. PO 1/8/1869. 2225 * B A2 Cowwarr: 24mm unframed ‘COWWARR/OC27/05/VICTORIA’ WWW #10, alongside 2 strikes BN ‘673’ (B2) on 1d pink x2 on roughly opened Tatts cover (pin holes) addressed to Hobart. 2226 D A2+

$10

2242 D A A12243 D A A1-

1891; closed 24/5/1976.

2211 D A1

2233 D A A1

Renamed from Upper Heyfield PO 22/8/1870; LPO 5/10/1993.

Craigieburn: double-oval ‘CARDED/21FEB1985/ CRAIGIEBURN 3064’ (ERD) WWW #210, in violet. [Rated RRR - the first offered by us] PO 26/2/1866. - ‘CRAIGIEBURN/PAID/5P27SE89/VIC AUST 3064’ WWW #410A, in red. [Rated S] Cranbourne: ‘CRANBOURNE/3JE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #70 (arcs 3,2½) on 4d lake QEII. [Rated R] PO 1/8/1857; renamed Cranbourne Delivery Centre DC 14/2/1994.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Cranbourne Park: ‘CRANBOURNE PARK/A/20NOV1997/ RETAIL SHOP/VIC. 3977’ WWW #20. PO 14/2/1994. Creswick: ‘CRESWICK /13MR64/VIC’ (‘RAIL’ ? removed) WWW #100B, on 5d green QEII. [Rated S] Renamed from Creswick’s Creek PO c.1857; LPO 14/10/1994.

- ‘MONEY ORDER/7DE36/CRESWICK’ WWW #430A, on 2d red KGV. [Rated R]

$5 $50

$6 $10 $15 $6 $70 $80 $70 $8 $10

2247 * A 2248 D A A2 2249 D A A2 2250 D A A1

$20 $8 $100 $5 $6

$30 $25 $6 $7 $5 $6 $8 $8

[Rated S] Renamed from Kooyong Road PO 1/7/1946; closed 30/6/

1988.

Crowe’s: ‘CROWES/14OC25/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR]

RO 11/9/1911; PO 1/8/1921; closed 29/6/1929.

Crowlands (2): ‘CROWLANDS/21DE59/VIC’ WWW #40B, on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] PO 1/4/1857; closed 29/8/1975. Croxton West: ‘CROXTON WEST/23AP90/VIC-3070’ WWW #20 on 10c Sports. Renamed from Croxton RO 11/4/1927; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/1/1994.

Croydon: ‘CROYDON/6FE51/VIC-AUST’, WWW #60A (arcs 5,4) on 9d Platypus on long piece with blue registration label. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Warrandyte R.S. PO 1/8/1884. - 35mm ‘POST OFFICE/22FEB1996/No. 5/CROYDON 3136’ WWW #225, in violet. - ‘PAID AT CROYDON/3SE74/VIC-AUST’, WWW #610H in red. [Rated R] Croydon South: 2 strikes of ‘CROYDON SOUTH/18JE84/VIC 3136’ WWW #20, on 60c & $1 Butterflies & $2 Painting on cover to British High Commission with blue registration label. PO 1/2/

1961; LPO 20/10/1993.

2258 * A 2259 D A1 2260 D A A1 2261 S A B2 2262 D A A2

2269 D A A2 2270 D A A2

$25 $6 $6

$12

$15

Lakes Entrance PO 1/1/1915.

$60

Renamed from Boggy Creek PO c.1932; closed 28/2/1969. Curlewis: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 1/11/1866; closed 30/6/1973.

$30

Curdie Vale: 2 partly overlapping strikes of ‘CURDIE VALE/ 13MR3?/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV & 3d Vic Centenary. [Rated RR]

Curyo: ‘CURYO/21JA48/VIC-AUS[T].’, WWW #30A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] PO 20/1/1900; closed 9/1/1976. Dallas (1): ‘DALLAS/27SE67/VIC-AUST’ on 4c red QEII strip of 3. [Rated R] Renamed from Broadmeadows PO 21/2/1966; renamed Broadmeadows PO 9/9/1968.

1975.

Darebin: ‘DAREBIN/31JY62/VIC.’, WWW #10A on 5d Stuart. [Rated S] PO 1/10/1929; closed 5/2/1979. Darlimurla (3): black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Renamed from Darlimurla R.S. PO c.1916; closed 19/6/1968.

Darling: 36mm ‘DARLING/7FEB1995/VIC. 3145’ (no arcs), WWW #30. RO c.1921; PO 2/11/1925; LPO 19/10/1993. Darling South: ‘DARLING SOUTH __/9JA78/VIC.’ (‘SE5’ removed) WWW #20C, on 4c red QEII. [Rated S] PO 16/1/1928;

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

LPO 18/2/1993.

$6

1882; LPO 28/8/1993.

$6

Darnum: unframed ‘DARNUM/DE30/4/VICTORIA’, (inverted date lines, decade missing) WWW #10, on 1d red KGV. PO 1/12/

Daylesford: ‘DAYLESFORD/10JY58/VIC’ (recut - arcs 6½,5½) WWW #100B, on 1/7d Registered Envelope. PO 1/2/1858; LPO

2268 S A B2

$4

$30

2264 * A A1

2267 * A B2

$10

Cullen: ‘[CU]LLEN/???33/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Cohuna PO 8/9/1884; closed 11/12/1941. Cunninghame: ‘CUNNINGHAME/13MR14/VIC’ on 1d Roo on Bulmer sepia PPC of ‘Lakes Entrance’. PO 5/2/1870; renamed

1993.

2263 D A A2

2266 * A- B1

$50

$8 $10

Darraweit Guim: ‘DARRAWEIT GUIM/17FE75/VIC’, WWW #20B on 10c Pioneer. [Rated S] PO 1/1/1868; closed 20/12/1976. Dawson: ‘DAWSON RLY STATION/■7MR34/VIC’ (inverted dateline) WWW #20B, on 2d red KGV. [Rated RRR] Renamed

2265 D A2

$6

Cudgee: ‘CUDGEE/12DE45/VIC.’ WWW #30, on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/7/1875; closed 14/8/1976. - ‘CUDGEE/29JY74/VIC-AUST’ on 4c red QEII. [Rated R] Culgoa: ‘CULGOA/23JA76/VIC-3530’, WWW #20A on 18c Flower. [Rated RR] Renamed from Kaneira PO 1/1/1920; LPO 26/11/

Dalyston: 27mm ‘DALYSTON/25JA18/VIC’ WWW #20 (arcs 6½,6½) on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 10/8/1904; LPO 8/12/1993. 2251 * A A1- Dandenong: 27½mm ‘DANDENONG/4JY63/VIC.’ WWW #90B on 5d blue QEII & 2/- Flower with blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne. [Rated S] PO 1/7/1848. 2252 D A A1+ - 31mm ‘DANDENONG/4/14JUN1990/VIC. 3175’ (ERD) WWW #310, in violet on 1c Living Together. 2253 D A1+ - ‘DANDENONG/RPS/3OCT1996/ASST. MANAGER/VIC. 3175’ (ERD) WWW #1305. [The first offered by us] 2254 D A1 Dandenong East: 36½mm ‘DANDENONG EAST/21FEB1995/ VIC. 3175’ WWW #30, in violet. PO 1/12/1956; LPO 25/1/1994. 2255 D A A1 Dandenong North: ‘DANDENONG NORTH/5MA28AU85/VIC AUST 3175’ (sic), WWW #20 on 2c Coral Hopper. [Rated RR recorded used for less than 1 year.] PO 18/7/1955; LPO 7/9/1993. 2256 S A A2 Danyo: ‘DANYO/26AP35/VIC’, WWW #10 on 1d green KGV perf ‘VG’. [Rated RR] RO 15/7/1912; PO 26/8/1918; closed 31/10/ 2257 D A A1-

$6

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Crimea: ‘CRIMEA/22DE81/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20, on 5c Dotterel.

$6

from Dawson R.S. PO c.1927; closed 31/12/1958.

$70

1/5/1998.

$10

- ‘PAID AT DAYLESFORD/28FE73/VIC.’, WWW #510D in red. [Rated RR] Dead Letter Office: ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/No. 5/4JUN1982/ VIC-AUST’ in violet on stampless APO cover. For offices other than

Melbourne see the office indicated in the inscription.

Deans Marsh: 4 strikes of ‘DEAN’S MARSH/15JY85/VIC’ WWW #30B on 4c pair & $1 Butterflies, 90c Crab & $2 Painting with blue registration label, addressed to British High Commission. PO 3/11/1866; LPO 9/9/1993.

Deep Lead: ‘DEEP LEAD/11JE18/VIC’, #40 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO c.-/10/1859; closed 2/11/1973. Deer Park: ‘DEER PARK/4AU36/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Kororoit Creek PO 1/12/1889; LPO

$10 $5

$12 $30

30/10/1993.

$15

1994; renamed Brimbank Central LP c.1999.

$12

Deer Park North: ‘DEER PARK NORTH/10-A16MR84/VIC 3025’, WWW #10 in violet on 3c Frog. [Rated RR] PO 4/7/1983; LPO 4/6/


Page 32 2271 * A B2

2272 D A A22273 * A A1 2274 D A A2 2275 D A A1 2276 D A A2 2277 * B B1

2278 D B1 2279 D A A1

Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Degraves Street: ‘DEGRAVES ST. /9NO78/2/VIC-AUST’ (C.1 removed) on 20c & 50c Horse Racing on long cover to Shire of Melton with green & white Certified Mail label. Replaced

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

- light ‘DEGRAVES ST.C.1./16JE58/6/VIC-AUST, WWW #60A on 1/7d. [Rated RRR] - ‘DEGRAVES STREET/ 29AU86/8/VIC 3000’ WWW #85B (time turned-off; last day - rated RRR) and ‘FLINDERS L[A]NE/ 1SEP1986/1/VIC 3000’ in violet (first day). - ‘DEGRAVES ST /6FE95/VIC-AUST’, WWW #152B (C1 removed - error for 1985?) on 2c Finch. [Rated S] - violet double-oval ‘POSTMASTER/TEL. 63 8810/29AUG1986/ DEGRAVES ST. VIC. 3000’, WWW #910 (LRD) on 3c Jimble. [Rated RRR] Dennington: framed ‘DENNINGTON/JE01/10/[V]IC’, WWW #20 on 1d pink. [Rated R] PO 5/10/1863; LPO 7/12/1993. Dennis: ‘DENNIS/21NO62/VIC’ WWW #10A, on 2/- Flower on Reader’s Digest Reply Post cover with blue registration label, addressed to Sydney. [Rated R] RO c.1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed

2286 D B1 2287 * A B2

2288 D A12289 * A- A1 2290 D A A12291 S A A2 2292 D A A12293 S A A2 2294 D A A1 2295 * A B2 2296 * A B2 2297 D A1+

2298 D A B1 2299 D A A2

1958; closed 30/4/1958.

3/6/1891; closed 19/1/1979.

CREEK/30MR62/VIC-AUST’,

Diamond Creek: ‘DIAMOND WWW #50 on 2/5d Banksia with blue registration label on cover (tape remains) addressed to Richmond, Victoria. [Rated R] PO 7/2/

1863.

- ‘DIAMOND CREEK/PAID/2MY89/VIC-AUST-3089’ WWW #310A

in red. [Rated S] Digby: unframed ‘DIGBY/FE23/18/VICT[OR]IA’ WWW #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/6/1858; LPO 7/6/1994. - ‘DIGBY/8OC55/VIC-AUST’, WWW #50A on 1d on long Education Department KGVI 2½d Envelope. [Rated S] Digger’s Road: ‘DIGGERS ROAD/■3AP62/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A. [Rated S] RO 18/4/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 24/1/1970. Dimboola: ‘DIMBOOLA/24AU51/VIC’, WWW #70A (narrow ‘M’) on face of stampless OHMS Forestry Commission cover from Melbourne, boxed ‘UNCLAIMED AT/DIMBOOLA’ (B1) & straightline ‘UNKNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIERS DIMBOOLA’ (B1) both in violet on face along with RTS hand. Renamed from Nine Creeks PO 16/2/1869; LPO 1/9/1995.

‘DIMBOOLA/28FE67/VIC’

WWW #70B (narrow ‘M’) on registration piece. [Rated RRR] Dingee: ‘DINGEE/1OC47/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI on Sunball cover (roughly opened). PO 12/12/1883; LPO 9/6/1994. Dingley: ‘DINGLEY/5JUN1990/VIC. AUST. 3172’ WWW #40 on 41c Xmas. PO 21/7/1913; LPO 4/8/1993. Dixie: ‘T.O. DIXI[E]/28JL24/VI[C.]’ WWW #10A on 1d green KGV. [Rated RR] RO 17/8/1907; PO 15/8/1919; closed 31/12/1957. Domain Road: ‘DOMAIN ROAD S.E.1/23MR61/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 2/5d Banksia. [Rated R] PO 1/9/1936; LPO 15/9/ 1993.

Donald: ‘DONALD/24MR16/VIC’, WWW #50 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Mount Jeffcott PO 1/9/1870; LPO 1/4/1995. - ‘DONALD/M.O.O./4JA78/VIC-3480’ WWW #340A on 2c Desert Rose. [Rated RR] Doncaster: ‘DONCASTER/9DE86/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 7½,8½) on 1c Lizard, 55c Fish & $1 Bicentennial with small Priority Paid label, addressed to Preston. PO 17/5/1860. - ‘PAID AT DONCASTER/5D7FE64/VIC-AUST’, WWW #510B in red on Shire of Doncaster & Templestowe cover. [Rated RRR] Doncaster Business Centre: 36½mm ‘DONCASTER BUSINESS CENTRE/MANAGER/17NOV1994/VIC. 3108’ WWW #110. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us] DC 23/5/1994; closed 30/8/1996.

Doncaster East (1): ‘DONCASTER EAST/1030A30NO64/VICAUST’ (arcs 7,8) WWW #30 on 5d Xmas. [Rated RR] PO 8/8/

Dromana: 32mm ‘DROMANA/15SEP1988/VIC 3936’ WWW #140 in violet on 1c Lizard. [Rated R] PO 12/4/1858. - ‘PAID AT DROMANA/18JE69/VIC’ WWW #710D in red. [Rated RR] Drouin (2): unframed ‘DROUIN/MR1/11/VIC[TO]RIA’ on 1d pink.

2308 D A2 2309 S A A2 2310 D A B1 2311 D A A1 2312 D B1 2313 * A- A1

$15 $25

2315 D A A2 2316 * B A2

$15

2317 * A-

$12

2318 D A A2

$8 $10 $12 $10

2319 D A A1 2320 * A- A2 2321 D A A2 2322 * A A1

$8 $40 $12 $5 $50 $8 $6 $10 $10 $40

$50

2323 D A A1 2324 D A1+ 2325 * A B2 2326 D A1+ 2327 D A B2 2328 D A A12329 * A A12330 * A A1 2331 S A A2 2332 D A A1

c.-/4/2011.

$6

2334 D A A1

Doncaster East (2): ‘DONCASTER EAST/3/23AUG1990/VIC. 3109’ on 1c Sports. Replaced Tunstall Square PO 23/7/1990; closed

Dookie Agricultural College: ‘DOOKIE AGRIC. COLLEGE/ 8MY42/VIC’ WWW #10 on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/4/1924; renamed

2302 D A A1-

Doreen: ‘DOREEN/15JY74/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 11,12) WWW #30A on 1c Shrimp. [Rated R] Renamed from Hazelglen PO 20/5/1895;

18/9/1889; LPO 19/8/1993.

$10

Dookie College PO 1/3/1984.

$8

LPO 1/8/1994.

$8

‘DOUGLAS/3AU70/VIC-3406’,

Douglas: WWW #30 on 2c green QEII. [Rated RR] PO 6/12/1886; closed 30/6/1976. 7AP71 Doveton: ‘DOVETON/ /VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 (better backstamp - arcs 9½,10½) on 6c orange QEII & 30c Waratah with blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne. PO 1/12/ 1956; LPO 24/1/1994.

- ‘PAID AT [Rated RR]

DOVETON/20MR72/VIC-AUST’,

WWW #410 in red.

$50

2335 * A B1 2336 * A B1

2337 D A1 2338 D A A2 2339 D A A2

$10 $12

closed 31/12/1971.

Renamed from Drouin Junction PO c.-/7/1878; LPO 1/12/1998.

Drouin South: ‘ DROUIN SOUTH/14FE58/VIC’, WWW #30D (T.O. removed again) on 4d Xmas. [Rated R] PO 1/9/1881; closed

$30 $6 $12 $4

31/8/1973.

$12

/8/1878; closed 30/9/1976.

$20

1862; LPO 29/5/1999.

$15

from Woorayl PO 13/8/1928; LPO 10/8/1994.

$10

18/11/1969.

$20

Drouin West: ‘DROUIN WEST/10JA70/VIC-3818’ (ERD) WWW #30 on 1c brown QEII. [Rated RR] Renamed from Jindivick PO c.Drysdale: ‘DRYSDALE P.O./19NOV1997/VIC. 3222’ (9DL) on piece. [Only recorded date for 9DL] Renamed from Bellarine PO 7/1/ Dumbalk (3): ‘DUMBALK/31DE38/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2d red KGVI on cover (corner tear) to The Argus, Melbourne. Renamed

2314 D A A2+ Dundonnell: ‘DUNDONNELL/17NO69/VIC’ (day prior to closure) WWW #20B on 2c green QEII. [Rated RR] PO 19/11/1891; closed

2333 D A A2

2301 D A B1

2305 D B1

2307 D A A2

$8

Donnybrook (2): ‘DONNYBROOK/11-A15MY85/VIC AUST 3064’, WWW #30A (first day) on 10c Butterfly. [Rated RR] PO

2304 * A A2

$20

Dreeite: ‘DREEITE/31DE71/VIC’ (Closing day), archival. [Rated RRRR - most strikes are archival.] RO 15/7/1912; PO 7/6/1920;

1887; renamed Doncaster East Delivery Centre DC 22/7/1990.

2300 D A A1

2303 D A B2

$40

$50

Devon North: ‘DEVON NORTH/1■OC47/VIC.’ WWW #20 on 2½d Shortland on Sunball cover, addressed to Melbourne. PO

2285 * A- A2

$6

30/6/1970.

2281 * A- A1

2284 S A B2

$15

$15

Derby: ‘DERBY/■7MR37/VICTORIA’, WWW #20B (dateline inverted) on registration piece. [Rated RR] PO 6/1/1877; closed

2280 D A A1-

2283 D B1

$13

30/11/1977.

Dereel: ‘DEREEL/14MY66/VIC’ WWW #20B on 4c red QEII. [Rated R] PO 1/11/1868; closed 30/10/1971. Derham’s Hill: ‘DERHAMS HILL/18MY53/VIC-AUST’ on ½d Roo & 3d Wheat. [Rated R] PO 23/1/1950, provisionally closed 31/1/

2282 * B B1

$15

2306 D A2

Dunkeld (2): 23½mm unframed ‘DUNKELD/NO5/01/ [VICTO]RIA’, WWW #40 on 1d pink. [Rated R] PO 1/12/1855; LPO

8/3/1994.

Dunolly: 2 strikes of ‘DUNOLLY/11JE36/VIC.’ WWW #100 on 2d & 3d Cable on roughly opened cover (part of flap missing) with blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne. Renamed

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

- black & white PPC ‘Lake and Railway Station, Dunolly’ M. Pelletier card (couple of rough edges) addressed to Sydney, franked with 1d pink and cancelled with framed duplex ‘DUNOLLY/JE10/10/VICTORIA - 239’ (B2). Dutton Way: ‘DUTTON WAY/7JY66/VIO-AUST’, WWW #10A (error VIO for VIC) on 4c Life Saving. [Rated S - this error was not reported in WWW.] PO 3/2/1949; closed 30/6/1986. Duverney: ‘DUVERNEY/10MR54/VIC’ on 3½d red QEII. [Rated S] Renamed from Strathvean RO 22/2/1915; PO 15/8/1919; closed 28/2/

$5

$10

$15 $8

1961.

$6

LPO 1/9/1997.

$8

Eaglehawk: violet circle ‘EAGLEHAWK/23JUL1990/VIC. 3556’ (arcs 22,21) on APO cover (few small tone spots). PO 1/8/1857;

Earlston: ‘EARLSTON/1MR50/VIC’ on 2½d Forrest. [Rated RR]

Renamed from Gowangardie South RO 20/3/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 6/12/1955.

East Geelong (2): ‘RELIEF/8JA69/58/VIC-AUST’ on 5c blue QEII on Boys cover. PO 6/6/1921; LPO 26/7/1993. East Melbourne: ‘AUST-VIC-EAST MELBOURNE/30SEP1988’ (LRD) WWW #70 on 1c Living Together. [Rated RRR] PO 1/8/

1884.

- pictorial ‘MELBOURNE/CRICKET/GROUND/8JAN1996/ [cricket ground]/EAST MELBOURNE/VICTORIA 3002’ (dateline 2½mm high) WWW #190A. - ‘MONEY ORDERS/2JE30/EAST MELBOURNE’ (A1 backstamp) WWW #610 on 1½d & 3d Sturt on cover (couple of tone spots) with red registration label. Eastern Mail Centre (2): ‘REC’D/COMP CLERK/28NOV1995/ EASTERN/MAIL CENTRE/VIC. 3130’ WWW #365 in violet. [Only recorded date] MC 8/11/1992. Eastville: ‘EASTVILLE/■7FE50/VIC’, WWW #20A on 2½d Forrest. [Rated RR] PO 1/11/1877; closed 27/6/1974. Ebden: ‘EBDEN /1NO55/VIC’, WWW #10D (‘R.S.’ removed) on 3½d red QEII. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Ebden R.S. PO c.1913; LPO 22/4/1993.

Echuca: ‘ECHUCA/13JA68/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 11,12) WWW #260, on 2/5d Robin with blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne. Renamed from Hopwoods Punt PO 1/1/1855. - pictorial ‘PORT OF ECHUCA/[paddle boat]/13MAR1985/ ECHUCA VIC. 3564’ (8DL) on 33c Military on Echuca, Rich River Country cover (illustrated map on reverse). - ‘M.O.O. ECHUCA/14JE21/[V]IC’, WWW #620 on 6d blue Roo. [Rated R] Echuca South: ‘ECHUCA SOUTH/2-JA78/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10 on 2c coil. [Rated S] PO 1/12/1958; LPO 16/6/1994. Eddington: ‘EDDINGTON/29MY57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A, on 3½d red QEII. PO 1/11/1861; RO c.1915; PO 13/2/1917; closed 31/7/1979.

- ‘EDDINGTON/31JY79/VIC-AUST’ (Closing day) WWW #40B on 6c Chrysoprase. [Rated S] Edenhope: ‘EDENHOPE/PAID/5-P23MR88/VIC-AUST-3318’ WWW #420A in red on Burchell Motors, Edenhope cover. PO

$25 $10 $40 $6 $25 $40 $20 $60 $10 $8 $8 $6 $5 $8

16/7/1864; LPO 21/10/1994.

$10

c.1950; LPO 3/12/1993.

$12

Eildon (2): ‘EILDON /15AU51/VIC-AUST’ (‘WEIR’ removed better backstamp) on 3½d blue KGVI on 9d Registered Envelope with blue registration label. Renamed from Eildon Weir PO - pictorial ‘EILDON/Lake Eildon . VIC 3713/1OCT1997/ [houseboat]’ (ERD) WWW #50 on piece. Eildon Weir: ‘EILDON WEIR/25JA46/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20 on 5½d Emu. [Rated RR] PO 23/8/1915; renamed Eildon PO c.1950. Eldorado: framed ‘ELDORADO/A?5/00/VICTORIA’ WWW #30 on 1d pink. PO 1/8/1861; LPO 3/10/1994.

$6 $15 $6


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2340 D A2

2341 D A B2 2342 D B B1

9AP64/4/

2377 D A1+

Renamed from Melbourne PO 4/6/1917; renamed Melbourne PO 1/1/ 1964.

$25

2378 D A1+

1974; closed 30/6/1974.

$40

Elizabeth Street: ‘ELIZABETH ST.MELBOURNE/R.S./ VIC-AUST’ WWW #1110B (time turned-off). [Rated RRR]

Ellam: ‘ELLAM/25JL50/VIC’, WWW #10A on 2½d red KGVI. [now Rated RRR] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 25/6/

Ellerslie: ‘ELLERSLIE/18JE30/VIC’, WWW #20A on ½d orange KGV pair (one damaged). PO 1/2/1869; closed 31/12/1991. 2343 D A A2+ Elmhurst: ‘ELMHURST/27SE30/VIC’ WWW #30A on ½d orange & 1½d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 20/2/1865; LPO 15/11/ 1993.

2344 D A A2

Elmore: WWW #90B on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] Renamed from Runnymede PO c.1882;

2345 * A A2

- ‘ELMORE/PAID/30JL84/VIC-AUST-3558’, WWW #420A in red on long Guide Dogs cover. [Rated RR] Elsternwick: ‘ELSTERNWICK/12MR38/VIC’, WWW #55 (arcs 2½,2½) on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 22/6/1860. Eltham: ‘ELTHAM/23JY71/VIC-AUST’, WWW #70 (arcs 11,12) on 4c on unaddressed Royal Souvenir Cover. [Rated R] PO 1/2/

2346 S B A1 2347 * A A1 2348 * B A1 2349 D A A2 2350 S A A2 2351 D A A1-

‘ELMORE/25MY60/VIC’,

LPO 7/12/1994.

1854.

S.3/5DE66/VIC-AUST’,

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

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

Emu Flat: ‘EMU FLAT/■2??27/VIC’, WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. [now Rated RR] PO 17/9/1877; closed 11/8/1945. Ensay (2): ‘ENSAY/17AU09/[VIC]TORIA’, WWW #20 on 1d pink. [Rated R] PO 18/5/1868; LPO 1/8/1993. Eppalock: ‘EPPALOCK/16AP55/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 3½d red QEII. [Rated RR] RO 15/5/1918; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/8/

2358 * A A2 2359 D A A12360 D A A1 2361 D A A12362 S A A22363 * A A1

2364 * A A1 2365 * A A2 2366 * A A1 2367 * A A1 2368 *

1965.

Fairfield: ‘[FAIR]FIELD N20 NO 1/26OC49/VIC. AUST.’, WWW #60A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] RH 21/2/1887; PO 4/4/1887. - ‘FAIRFIELD N20 NO 1/9FE67/[VIC. AUST.]’, WWW #60B on 24c with blue label. [Rated RRR] Fairley (1): ‘FAIRLEY/■?JE34/VIC’, on 1d green KGV pair. [Rated R] Renamed from Fairley R.S. PO 3/10/1914; closed 25/3/1960. Fawkner East: ‘RELIEF/2NO70/83/VIC-AUST’ (used 3/8/70 2/11/70) on 2c. Renamed from Fawkner PO 3/8/1970; LPO 15/6/1993. Fernhill: ‘FERN HILL/27NO72/VIC’ (error - name two words), WWW #10B, on 7c Congress of Accountants. [Rated R] TO c.1909; PO 13/10/1919; closed 14/5/1976.

Ferny Creek: ‘FERNY CREEK/2JA33/VIC.’ (error for 1922?) WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from One Tree Hill RO c.-/8/1906; PO 10/5/1909; LPO 4/11/1993.

Fitzroy (2): ‘FITZROY/5JL[4]8/VIC’, WWW #130B (arcs 9,8, missing decade wheel) on 5½d KGVI Registration Envelope (ASC #R31) with blue registration label. [Rated RRRR] RH 2/2/

1874; PO 10/9/1877.

- ‘PAID AT FITZROY/5P27MY81/VIC’, WWW #820E in red. [Rated S] Fitzroy South: ‘FITZROY SOUTH N.6/1NO46/VIC.’, WWW #10A on 5½d Emu with blue registration label. PO 1/10/1936; LPO 5/7/1993.

Fountain Gate: ‘FOUNTAIN GATE/RPS/19OCT1998/8/VIC. 3805’ on 45c on Alexander opening of Retail Post Shop cover. PO 8/7/1985; LPO 1/10/1993; PO 19/10/1998.

- ‘FOUNTAIN GATE/RPS/19OCT1998/12/VIC.3805’ on 45c on Alexander opening of Retail Post Shop cover. A A1+ Frankston (1): pictorial ‘NEW POST OFFICE/{post office}/ OPENED/15MAY1978/FRANKSTON VIC. 3199’ on 18c Flower on Stanley Stamp Service cover. PO 1/9/1857; renamed Frankston

2369 D A2+ 2370 D A A1 2371 D A1 2372 D A A12373 D A A2 2374 D A1 2375 D A1+ 2376 D A1+

$12 $8 $8 $20 $8

$12

Eureka: ‘EUREKA/20JA82/VIC-3350’ WWW #20A on 10c Parrot. [Rated S] PO 1/2/1946; closed 2/7/1993. Euroa: ‘M.O.O. EUROA/15JA47/VIC.-AUST.’, WWW #530A (better backstamp) on 5½d Emu on Aust. Tech. Schools cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1854. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Everton (2): unframed ‘[E]VERTON/FE27/16/[VICT]ORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO c.1876; closed 10/12/

2357 D A A2

$15

Renamed from Eurack Creamery PO 1/7/1905; closed 29/4/1961.

2353 D A A1

Business Centre BC 29/5/1995.

- rectangle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/15SEP1994/TELEPHONE 7833033/FRANKSTON 3199’. - ‘POSTAL SERVICE CONTROLLER/GRADE 1/15SEP1994/ 783 3033/FRANKSTON, VIC. 3199’ (LRD) WWW #1330. - ‘POSTAL SERVICES CONTROLLER/GRADE 2/15SEP1994/ 783 3033/FRANKSTON VIC. 3199’, WWW #1340. - ‘POSTAL SERVICES CONTROLLER/GRADE 3/8JUN1990/ 783 3033/FRANKSTON, VIC. 3199’ (ERD) WWW #1360 on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us] - violet ‘POSTAL SERVICES C[O]NTROLLER/GRADE 4/ 20SEP1988/783 3033/FRANKSTON, VIC. 3199’ (ERD) WWW #1365 on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us.] - violet boxed ‘POSTMASTER/5JAN1984/TELEPHONE 783 3033/FRANKSTON 3199’, WWW #1370. [Rated RRR] - boxed ‘TELEGRAPH/OFFICE/12MAY1995/FRANKSTON 3199/(03) 783 8246’ (LRD), WWW #1610. Frankston Business Centre: ‘FRANKSTON BUSINESS CENTRE/A/26SEP1995/FRANKSTON VIC 3199’ (LRD), WWW #10. Renamed from Frankston BC 29/5/1995; renamed Frankston PO 1/7/2000.

2380 D B1

2381 * B B1

$12

$30

Eurack: ‘EURACK/17OCT24/VIC’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated S]

2355 * A 2356 D A A2

$60

1974.

2352 D A A1

2354 * A A2

$6

2379 D A1+

$6 $15 $5 $25

2382 D A A1 2383 * A- B2

2384 * A A12385 D A A1 2386 D A A1 2387 * A A2 2388 D A1 2389 D A1 2390 D A1 2391 D A1

2392 * A A1

$6

2393 D A A1-

$40

2394 S A B2

$12

2395 D A B1-

$8 $8 $16

$65 $8 $12 $5 $5

$10 $25 $25 $25 $30 $30 $25 $15

2396 D A B1 2397 S A B2 2398 D A A2

- ‘FRANKSTON BUSINESS CENTRE/E/26SEP1995/ FRANKSTON VIC 3199’ (LRD), WWW #90. - ‘FRANKSTON BUSINESS CENTRE/PAID/26SEP1995/ FRANKSTON VIC 3199’ (LRD), WWW #210. - ‘FRANKSTON BUSINESS CENTRE/POSTAL/MANAGER/ 26SEP1995/FRANKSTON VIC 3199’, WWW #310. [The first offered by us.] Frankston Delivery Centre: violet ‘FRANKSTON DELIVERY CENTRE/26SEP1996/VIC 3199, PDCI’, WWW #10. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us.] DC 1/7/1992; closed 31/5/

2401 D A A22402 D B B2 2403 D B B12404 S A A2 2405 * B B2

2410 D A A12411 D A B1

2413 * B A1-

$30

14/3/1938; renamed Frankston Rail PO 1/12/1952.

$40

- ‘FRANKSTON EAST/14FE49/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 (arcs 1,½) on 2½d red KGVI perf ‘VG’. [Rated RR] Frankston East (2): ‘FRANKSTON EAST/31MR58/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A (arcs 1,½) on 7d Flying Doctor & 1/- Lyrebird on Electrolux cover with blue registration label. [Rated RRRR] PO 1/12/1952; LPO 14/12/1994.

- 3 strikes of ‘FRANKSTON EAST/31OC67/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B on 1c x2 & 2c QEII on Tyler cover. [Rated S] Frankston Heights: ‘FRANKSTON HEIGHTS/28DE73/VICAUST’, WWW #10 on 7c Agate. PO 10/2/1964; LPO 22/4/1993. - ‘FRANKSTON HEIGHTS/-29MY86—/VIC-3199’, WWW #20C on 3c Frog. [Rated RR] Frankston South: ‘FRANKSTON SOUTH/4SE63/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 5d Export & 2/- Flower on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] PO 27/10/1958; LPO 21/10/1993. - ‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/PAID/22SEP1999/FRANKSTON STH. VIC. 3199’ WWW #210. [Only recorded date.] Frankston Town Centre: ‘FRANKSTON TOWN CENTRE/Post Shop/1OCT1999/2/VIC 3199’ WWW #40. [Only recorded date.] Replaced Quayside PO 1/10/1998.

- ‘FRANKSTON TOWN CENTRE/Post Shop/1OCT1999/6/VIC 3199’ WWW #80. [Only recorded date.] - rectangle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/Fax No.: 97814395/Phone No.: 97811024/1OCT1999/FRANKSTON TOWN CENTRE/POST SHOP/FRANKSTON VIC 3199’ WWW #410. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us.] Fraser: 2 strikes of ‘“FRASER”/6OC66/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A, on 4c red QEII x2 on Webster cover. PO 1/12/1958; closed 31/5/

1984.

- ‘ FRASER /23JE83/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10B (quotation marks removed) on 2c Finch. [Rated R] Freeburgh: ‘FREEBURGH/5MR37/VIC’, WWW #20 on 3d SA Centenary. [Rated R] PO 1/10/1869; closed 31/7/1969. Frenchmans (2): ‘FRENCHMANS/1?FE58/VIC-AUST’ on 4d QEII. [Rated RR - a similar copy sold in sale 69 for $55.] RO

$15

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

$30 $15 $10 $20

c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; TO 30/6/1966; closed c.1969.

$40

provisionally closed 25/1/1961; closed 25/3/1961.

$10

Creek PO c.1856; closed 28/11/1975.

$10

Freshwater Creek: ‘FRESHWATER CREEK/1FE38/VIC’, WWW #20 on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. [Rated R] PO 21/1/1860, Fryerstown: unframed ‘FRYERSTOWN/AU26/21/VICTORIA’, WWW #30 on 2d orange KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Fryer’s

$10 $30

28/2/1974.

$70

from Fulham PO c.1902; renamed Fulham PO 23/3/1939.

$50

1927; TO 1/12/1962; closed 23/3/1967.

$30

1927; closed 2/4/1962.

$15

Fulham R.S.: ‘FULHAM RY STATION/2SE35/VIC’ on 2d Jubilee. [Rated RR - a similar copy realised $105 in sale 69.] Renamed Fumina (2): ‘FUMINA/10??57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 4d QEII. [Rated RR] Renamed from North Fumina RO c.-/6/1925; PO 1/7/

Fumina South: ‘FUMINA SOUTH/30OC34/VIC’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated R] Renamed from Duggan RO 1/7/1925; PO 1/7/

Fyan’s Creek: ‘FYANS C[REEK]/15NO09/VIC’, WWW #20A. on 1d pink. [Rated RR] PO 13/2/1884; closed 14/3/1965. Fyansford: ‘FYANSFORD/27SE47/VIC’, WWW #30A on 2½d Shortland on opened-out Sunball cover. PO 1/2/1859; closed 31/3/

1978.

2409 D A A1

$15

$25

Frankston East (1): ‘FRANKSTON EAST/5JA43/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10 (arcs 1½,2) on 5d ram with blue provisional registration label (‘FRANKSTON’ handstamp, ‘EAST’ handwritten) on opened-out Paterson cover (toning). [Rated RR] PO

2406 D A A2+ - ‘FYANSFORD/3JE77/VIC’, WWW #30B on 2c Desert Rose. [Rated R] 2407 * B B2 Gaffney’s Creek: ‘GAFFNEY’S CREEK/■2OC[4]7/VICTORIA’, WWW #40A on 2½d Shortland on opened-out Sunball cover. PO 2408 D A B1

$10

1998.

- ‘FRYERSTOWN/■4FE58/[VI]C.’, WWW #40 on 4d Xmas. [Rated R] 2399 * A A1+ - ‘FRYERSTOWN/28NO75/VIC-3451’ (Closing day), WWW #50 on 18c Flower on unaddressed cover. [Rated RRRR] 2400 D A A2 Fulham (2): ‘FULHAM/19JY68/VIC-AUST’ (LRD) on 2c green QEII. [Rated RRR] Renamed from Fulham R.S. PO 23/3/1939; closed

2412 D A A1$10

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1/1/1862; closed 31/7/1981.

- ‘GAFFNEY’S CREEK/13NO63/VICTORIA’, WWW #40B on 5d green QEII. [Rated R] Galah: ‘GALAH/15JY69/VIC’, WWW #10B on 2c green QEII. [Rated RR] RO 1/12/1911; PO 16/12/1912; closed 17/12/1976. - ‘GALAH/4OC 74/VIC’, WWW #10C (gap in dateline & large year wheels) on 6c Chrysoprase. [Rated R] Galaquil: ‘GALAQUIL/1■NO43/VIC’, WWW #30A (arcs 5,5) on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] Renamed from Norwegian PO 15/2/1892;

closed 11/6/1974.

- ‘GALAQUIL/14SE60/VIC’ on 5d blue QEII, WWW #30B. [Rated RR] Gama: ‘GAMA/1OC47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland on opened-out Sunball cover. [Rated S] RO 1/9/1907; PO 1/4/1920; closed 8/2/1964.

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


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Gannawarra: ‘GANNAWARRA /■4MR34/VIC’ (‘H’ removed) on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] Renamed from

Gannawarrah PO c.1915; TO 1/9/1951; closed 8/11/1955.

2415 S A A2

Gannawarrah: unframed ‘GANNAWA[RRAH]/OC?/10/ VICTOR[IA]’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] PO c.-/3/1878; renamed

2416 D A A2

Gapsted (2): ‘GAPSTED/22MY35/VICTORIA’, WWW #20A on 2d Jubilee. [Rated S] Replaced Palmerston R.S. PO 1/11/1892; closed

2417 D A A1-

- ‘GAPSTED/28OC77/VICTORIA’, WWW #20B on 3c Crab. [Rated R] Garden City: ‘GARDEN CITY S.C.8/4OC66/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 4c red QEII. PO 17/9/1945; LPO 30/4/1993. Garden Vale (1): ‘GARDENVALE/7JA1■/VICTORIA’ on ½d Roo. [Rated RR] Renamed from Gardenvale PO c.1910; renamed

2418 D A A1 2419 S A A2 2420 D B A2 2421 D A1 2422 * A A12423 D A1 2424 D A1 2425 D A B1 2426 D A B2 2427 D A A2 2428 S A B2 2429 S A A2 2430 * B A2 2431 S A A2 2432 * A B2 2433 D A A2 2434 D A A12435 S A A2 2436 D A B1 2437 D A1+ 2438 D A1 2439 D A2 2440 D B2 2441 D A1 2442 D A12443 D A1+ 2444 D A1+ 2445 D A A1 2446 D A1+ 2447 D A2 2448 D A1+ 2449 S A A2 2450 D A2 2451 D A1+ 2452 D A1+

Gannawarra PO c.1915. 30/12/1977.

Garden Vale West PO 1/11/1922.

Garden Vale West: ‘GARDENVALE WEST/10M?34/VIC’ WWW #10, on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated S] Renamed from

Garden Vale PO 1/11/1922; renamed Gardenvale West PO c.1940.

/ - 14FE69/VIC-AUST’,

Gardenvale (2): ‘PAID AT GARDENVALE WWW #410C in red (S.4 removed). [Rated RRR] Renamed from

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

- ‘GARDENVALE/PAID/5P5DE85/VIC AUST-3185’ (time added) in red on window-faced Universal Forme Cutting, Clayton cover. [Rated S] ‘POSTAL MANAGER/15JUL1992/TEL.:/5962221/ GARDENVALE, VIC. 3185’ (LRD). [The first offered by us.] - violet boxed ‘POSTMASTER/19AUG1981/GARDENVALE’, WWW #520. [Rated RR] Gardenvale West: ‘GARDENVALE WEST/30NO74/VIC-3185’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated RR] Renamed from Garden Vale West PO c.1940; closed 31/12/1986.

Gardiner: ‘GARDINER/?5OC21/VIC’, WWW #10 on 2d orange KGV. [Rated R] PO 11/7/1910; closed 31/7/1979. - ‘GARDINER S.E.6./19JE64/VIC-AUST’, (arcs 1,1) WWW #30B on 5d green QEII. [Rated RRR] Garfield (1): unframed ‘GARFI[ELD]/AU31/0?/VICT[ORIA]’, WWW #10 on 1d pink. [Rated R] Renamed from Cannibal Creek PO 16/5/1887; LPO 16/8/1993.

- 27mm ‘GARFIELD/25JA21/[VIC]’, WWW #20 on 2d orange KGV. [Rated R] - 31mm ‘GARFIELD/2OC47/V[IC]’ on 2½d Shortland on openedout Sunball cover. Garvoc (2): unframed ‘GA[RV]OC/JY3/16/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. Renamed from Yallook Bridge PO 15/7/1873; LPO 8/7/1994.

- ‘GARVOC/11NO70/VIC’ on 1c & 5c QEII on cover, to Colac. [Rated RR] Gatum: ‘GATUM/21MR55/VIC.’, WWW #10 on 3½d red QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] Replaced Parkside RO c.-/7/1923; closed 30/11/1971.

- ‘GATUM/17JY70/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30 (arcs 16,15½) on 1c QEII. [Rated RR] Geelong (1): ‘ /26JA22/GEELON[G]’ (‘MILITARY CAMP’ removed) on 4d violet KGV. [Rated RR] PO c.-/6/1840; replaced by

2453 * B A1$40 $15 $6 $8 $4 $20 $6

2454 S A A2 2455 * A B2

2456 D B1 2457 * A A1

2458 * A- A2

$15

$30 $15 $10 $10 $50 $6 $15 $8 $6 $20 $30

2469 D A A2 2470 S A A2 2471 D A A2 2472 S A A2

Geelong Business Centre BC 22/7/1994.

$10

2473 D A A2

5c blue. [Rated RRR] - ‘ELECTRONIC POST CENTRE/13JUL1992/GEELONG, VIC. 3220’ (9DL). [Only date recorded for this dateline format.] - ‘PASSPORTS/15JUL1992/P.O.GEELONG VIC. 3220’ (LRD) WWW #1260. - violet double-oval ‘GEELONG/VIC 3220/16SEP1974/ FINANCIAL SECTION’ WWW #1270. [Rated RR] - blue double-oval ‘TELEPHONE ACCOUNTS/3DEC1955/ GEELONG, VIC.’ WWW #1280. [Rated RR] - ‘MONEY ORDER OFFICE/20JY33/GEELONG’, WWW #1620. [Rated RR] - blue broken-rectangle ‘MONEY ORDER/OFFICE/13JAN1956/ GEELONG’, WWW #1650B, partly overprinted with slogan cancel. [Rated RRRR] - ‘AREA MANAGER/13FEB1995/GEELONG 3220’ (ERD) WWW #2402 in violet. [The first offered by us.] - ‘MANAGER RETAIL/21JUL1994/GEELONG 3220’ WWW #2410. [The first offered by us.] - ‘POSTAL MANAGER/20AUG1990/GEELONG 3220’ (LRD) WWW #2440 on 1c Sports. [Rated RR - the first offered by us.] - ‘PSC1 CLERICAL/13JUL1992/POST OFFICE GEELONG 3220’ (ERD). [Recorded use 8 days only! - the first offered by us.] - violet double-oval ‘GEELONG/VIC 3220/5FEB1974/ POSTMASTER’S OFFICE’ WWW #2500. [Rated R] - ‘SUPPORT MANAGER/13FEB1995/GEELONG 3220’ WWW #2520 in violet. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us.] - ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE GEELONG/13AU31/VIC’ (arcs 1,1½ T-V=4mm), WWW #2950, on 2d red KGV pair. [Rated S] Geelong (Ford’s Works): ‘GEELONG (FORD’S WORKS)/ 20NO35/VIC’ (ERD) on piece. [Rated RR] TO c.1926; closed 14/9/

$15

2474 D A A1-

$20

2475 S B B2

1956.

Geelong Business Centre: ‘MANAGER BUSINESS CENTRE/ 1NOV1995/GEELONG 3220’ (LRD) WWW #110. [The first offered by us.] Replaced Geelong BC 25/7/1994. Geelong Delivery Centre: ‘MANAGER/25JUL1994/GEELONG DELIVERY CENTRE’ (Opening day), WWW #210. [The first offered by us.] DC 25/7/1994.

$15

2/11/1936; closed c.-/4/1986.

$40

PO 1/9/1941; LPO 19/10/1993.

$20

Geelong Road, Footscray: poor ‘GEELONG RD. FOOTSCRAY.W.12/2NO36/VIC.’ (Opening Day) on 2d & 3d Cable on cover with provisional registration label. [Rated R] PO Geelong South: ‘POSTAL MANAGER/12JAN1993/SOUTH GEELONG 3220’ (LRD) WWW #120. Renamed from South Geelong

Geelong Trade Fair & Motor Show: ‘TRADE FAIR AND MOTOR SHOW/19-27/JULY 1968/22JUL1968/GEELONG/VIC 3220’ in green on stampless PMG Department OHMS cover. [Rated S] PO 19/7/1968; closed 27/7/1968. Geelong West (2): 2 strikes of ‘GEELONG WEST/23SE53/VICAUST’, WWW #50A (arcs 2,3) on 3½d block of 4 & 2/- Tas Sesquicentenary on plain FDC with blue registration label, typed addressed, couple of minor tone spots. [Rated RR] PO 1/4/1887; LPO 18/9/1995.

$10

$20 $20 $20 $20 $50 $30 $20 $25 $40

2476 D A B2 2477 D A B2 2478 * A- A2

2479 * B B1 2480 S A A2 2481 D A A1 2482 D A1+

$10 $40 $10 $30 $25 $25

2483 D A2+ 2484 D A2+ 2485 S B A2 2486 D A C2 2487 * A A2

$30

1916.

2459 D A A1+ - ‘POSTAL MANAGER/21AUG1990/GEELONG WEST 3218’ WWW #710 in violet on 1c Sports. [The first offered by us.] 2460 D A A2 Gelantipy: ‘GELANTIPY/25MR37/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] PO 1/4/1888; closed 30/6/1974. 2461 D A A2 - ‘GELANTIPY/12?Y60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30 on 5d blue QEII. [Rated RR] 2462 S A B2 Gellibrand River: framed ‘GELLBRAND RI[VER]/MY7/18/VI[C]’ on 1d red KGV. PO 22/1/1898; LPO 23/3/1993. 2463 D A A1- - ‘GELLIBRAND/12MR28/VIC’, WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated R] 2464 D A A1- - ‘GELLIBRAND RIVER/21JY47/VIC.’ WWW #30A on 2½d red KGVI. 2465 * A A1 - ‘GELLIBRAND RIVER/29MR71/VIC.’ on 6c orange QEII, addressed to Myer. 2466 S A A2 Gelliondale: ‘GELLIONDALE/23AU23/VICTORIA’, WWW #10A on 1d violet KGV pair. RO c.1907; PO 17/2/1914; closed 30/9/1974. 2467 * A A1 - ‘GELLIONDALE/28MY70/VICTORIA’, WWW #10C (dateline inverted) on Registered Post receipt. [Rated RR] 2468 * B B1 Gembrook: ‘GEMBROOK/30SE63/VIC’ WWW #30 on 5d blue QEII & 2/- Flower on cover with blue registration label. PO 5/10/

$40

- ‘GEELONG/3/5-P22MY69/VIC-AUST’, WWW #800B (arcs 5,6) on

Geelong Mil. P.O. No. 1: ‘MIL.P.O. GEELONG NO.1./28AU41/ VIC-AUST’ on 1d green QE on opened-out cover with violet ‘DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION POSTAL RATE’ handstamp. [Rated RR] PO 24/6/1940; closed 21/10/1942. Geelong Military Camp (1): ‘MILITARY CAMP/28JL16/ GEELONG’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 11/8/1915; closed 26/11/

1877; LPO 1/7/1994.

- ‘GEMBROOK /9MY25/VIC’, WWW #40 (‘SOUTH’ removed) on 9d Roo. [Rated R] Gembrook South: unframed ‘GEMBROOK SOUTH/MR11/01/ VIC’ on 1d pink pair. PO 16/6/1882; renamed Pakenham Upper PO

17/6/1913.

Gerang Gerung: ‘GERANG GERUNG/2MR34/VIC’, WWW #10A, on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Gerang Gerung

R.S. PO 16/5/1921; closed 29/4/1988.

Gerang Gerung R.S.: ‘[GE]RANG GERUN[G]/22MY15/[VIC]’, WWW #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/8/1887; renamed

Gerang Gerung PO 16/5/1921.

Gerangamete: ‘GERANGAMETE/11DE19/VIC’, WWW #20A on 1½d brown KGV. [Rated R] PO 14/10/1879; closed 31/3/1969. - ‘GERANGAMETE/21SE68/VIC’, WWW #20B on 2c green QEII. [Rated RRR] Gheringhap: framed ‘GHERINGH[AP]/SE7/04/VI[CTORIA]’ WWW #20 on faulty 1d pink. [Rated RR] PO 1/4/1869; closed 17/1/

1968.

- ‘GHERINGHAP/28OC32/VIC’, WWW #50 (arcs 5,5) on 3d Bridge. [Rated RRR] Giffard: ‘GIFFAR[D]/■1OC??/VI[C].’, WWW #20 on 3½d brown KGVI. [Rated RRR - typical poor strike.] PO 10/1/1900, provisionally

$15

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

closed 31/4/1955; closed 31/5/1955.

$80

3/2/1986.

$25

closed c.1986.

$10

1976.

$12

Gilbank: 2 overlapping strikes of ‘GILBANK N.19/7JE63/VICAUST’, WWW #10A on 5d Blue Mountains & faulty 2/- Flower on cover with blue registration label. [Rated RR] PO 2/7/1951; closed Gilberton (1): ‘GILBERTON/27MY66/VIC’, WWW #10A on 24c Registered Envelope with blue registration label. PO 8/8/1928;

Gilderoy: ‘GILDEROY/26NO21/[VIC].’, WWW #10, on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO 18/12/1916; closed 30/6/ - ‘GILDEROY/27FE70/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20B on 2c green QEII. [Rated RR] Gippsland Mail Centre: boxed ‘DEAD LETTER OFFICE/ 2JAN1996/GIPPSLAND MAIL CENTRE/VICTORIA 3841/ AUSTRALIA’ (9DL) WWW #220. [The first offered by us.] Renamed from Morwell Mail Centre MC 11/8/1994.

- triple-oval ‘NETWORK SUPPORT MANAGER/24MAY1994/ GIPPSLAND VIC’ WWW #370. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us.] Gipsy Point: ‘GIPSY POINT/28AP61/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 5d cut-out. [Rated RR - a copy sold for $70 in sale 35.] RO 1/7/1907; PO 1/7/1927; closed 1/12/1970.

Girgarre: ‘GIRGARRE/2JE24/VIC’, WWW #10A on 1½d green KGV (corner fault). Renamed from Stanhope North PO 12/4/1920; LPO

31/5/1994.

- ‘GIRGARRE/1MR63/VIC’, WWW #10B on 5d blue QEII. [Rated RRR] - ‘GIRGAREE/16AU63/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 (A1 backstamp) on 2/5d Banksia on cover with blue registration label.

$40

$10 $30 $70 $5 $40 $10


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2488 D A B2 2489 D A B1 2490 S A A2 2491 * A A1 2492 D A1 2493 D A B1 2494 D A A12495 D A1 2496 * B B2

2497 D A A12498 S A B2 2499 D A A2 2500 D A A12501 S A A2 2502 D A1 2503 D A1 2504 D A A1 2505 D A A1 2506 D A A1 2507 D A A1

2508 D A A1 2509 D A A22510 D A B1 2511 D A A2

Girgarre East: 28mm ‘GIRGARRE EAST/14OC35/VIC.’, WWW #40 (arcs 4,3) on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 21/8/1878, provisionally closed 31/8/1962; closed 1/10/1963.

- ‘GIRGARRE EAST/■?JE61/VIC-AUST’ WWW #50 on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] Gisborne: 22mm unframed ‘GISBORNE/OC11/09/VICTORIA’, WWW #30, on 1d pink. Renamed from Bush Inn PO 1/4/1850. - ‘GISBORNE/24MY72/VIC-AUST.’, WWW #70B (arcs 7½,8) on 7c purple QEII on Inspector, Lands Department, Gisborne OHMS cover. - ‘PAID AT GISBORNE/30AU66/VIC-AUST’, WWW #310 in red. [Rated RR] - double-circle ‘Postal Manager/7OCT1988/(054)282371/ Gisborne Vic. 3437 (3)’ (8DL - ERD) on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us.] Gladstone Park: boxed ‘Postal Manager/10APR1992/Ph: 3354819/Gladstone Park 3043’ WWW #310 in violet on 15c Living Together. [The first offered by us.] PO 4/2/1985. - 34mm ‘POSTAL MANAGER/26SEP1996/Ph: 9335-4087/ GLADSTONE PARK 3043’ (ERD). [The first offered by us.] Gladysdale: ‘GLADYSDALE/■4NO36/VIC’, WWW #10A in violet on 2d & 3d SA Centenary on roughly opened-out cover with blue registration label. RO 17/7/1914; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/7/ 1978.

‘GLADYSDALE/31MR60/VIC’,

WWW #10B on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] Glen Alvie: unframed ‘GLEN ALVIE/MY?/1?/VICTORIA’, WWW #10 on 1d pink. [Rated R] Renamed from Jumbunna PO 2/11/1893; closed 28/2/1977.

- ‘GLEN ALVIE/23JE27/VIC.’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. - ‘GLEN ALVIE/11MR76/VIC.’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated R] Glen Creek: ‘GLEN CREEK/10OC21/VICTORIA’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO c.1906; TO c.1930; closed c.1970. Glen Iris (1): ‘DELIVERY MANAGER/22SEP1994/GLEN IRIS VIC 3146’ WWW #505. [The first offered by us.] PO 28/8/1890;

renamed Glen Iris Delivery Centre DC 31/3/1995.

- ‘POSTAL MANAGER/22SEP1994/GLEN IRIS, VIC. 3146’ WWW #515. [Only recorded date - the first offered by us.] Glen Iris Upper: ‘GLEN IRIS UPPER/11MY68/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 3c green QEII. PO 10/2/1947; closed 8/2/1994. - ‘GLEN IRIS UPPER/20AU77/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B on 4c red QEII. Glen Valley (2): ‘GLEN VALLEY/13MR■8/VIC.’ (1948?) WWW #10A on 2½d red KGVI. PO c.1934; closed 6/10/1973. Glen Waverley (2): ‘ASSISTANT POSTAL MANAGER/ 1JUN1990/GLEN WAVERLEY VIC 3150’ in violet on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us - only recorded date.] Replaced Glen Waverley North PO 4/12/1963; replaced by The Glen PO c.-/1/1994.

- violet triple-oval ‘POSTAL MANAGER/Ph. 232 2411/ 1JUN1990/GLEN WAVERLEY, VIC. 3150’ (ERD) WWW #720 on 1c Living Together. [The first offered by us.] Glen Waverley North: ‘GLEN WAVERLEY NTH/31MY58/VICAUST’ on 4d lake QEII. [Rated R] PO 12/4/1954; replaced by Glen Waverley PO 4/12/1963.

NORTH/30AP60/VIC-AUST’,

- ‘GLEN WAVERLEY WWW #20 on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] Glen Waverley South: ‘GLEN WAVERLEY SOUTH/21DE64/VICAUST’ WWW #20 (arcs 1½,1½) on 5d Xmas. [Rated R] Renamed

2528 D A A2 $60 $8 $4 $10 $8 $25

from Glen Waverley PO 4/12/1963; closed 24/1/1985.

2530 D A A12531 D A1+ 2532 D A A2 2533 D A A2 2534 D A A1

$30

2535 S A B2

$25

2536 * A- B1

$15

2537 D A B1

$10

2538 * A A1

$8 $5 $8

2539 D A B12540 D A A2

$20

2541 D A A2

$30

2542 D A A2

$30 $10 $5 $8

2543 D A A2 2544 S A A2 2545 S A B2 2546 S A B2

$30

2547 D A A1-

$30

2548 D A A2

$15

2549 * A B2

$10

$5 Glen Wills: ‘GLEN WILLS/2NO34/VIC’, 30 on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated R] PO 20/10/1890; TO c.1936; closed 31/8/1959. $20 2513 D A A2 - ‘GLEN WILLS/19MY47/VIC-[AU]ST’, WWW #40 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RRR - TO period.] $120 2514 D A A1 Glenaladale: ‘GLENALADALE/18MR57/VIC’ WWW #10A on 4d Koala. [Rated R] RO c.1907; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/6/1968. $15 2515 D A A2 Glenalbyn: ‘GLENALBYN/11JA16/VIC’, WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from Glenalbyn R.S. PO c.1910; closed 31/1/ 1973. $25 2516 D A A1- - ‘T.O. GLENALBYN/12MR35/VIC.’, WWW #20A on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] $20 2517 D A2 - ‘ GLENALBYN/22MY61/VIC’ (‘TO’ removed) on registered piece. [Rated RR] $25 2518 D A A1+ - ‘GLENALBYN/31JA73/VIC-AUST’ (Closing day), WWW #30 on 4c red QEII. [Rated R] $10 2519 D A A2 Glenaroua: ‘GLENAROUA/■2FE34/VIC’, WWW #30 on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] PO 1/9/1877; closed 3/8/1963. $30 2520 D B1 Glenbervie: ‘GLENBERVIE W.5/26OC56/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on registered piece. [Rated R] PO 1/9/1938; closed 12/4/1985. $6 2521 D A A1 - ‘GLENBERVIE /12SE77/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10C, (‘W.5’ removed) on 4c red QEII. [Rated S] $6 2522 D A A1- Glenburn: ‘GLENBURN/14SE61/VIC’, WWW #10B, on 2½d Stamp Centenary. [Rated RR] Renamed from Glenburn Creamery $15 RO c.1907; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1978. 2523 D A B1 - ‘GLENBURN/30MY74/VIC-3710’, WWW #20 on 7c Agate. [Rated RR] $15 2524 D A B2 Glendaruel (2): ‘GL[EN]DARUEL/18MY45/VIC’, on 2½d Gloucester. [Rated RRR] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/ $40 1955. 2525 D A A2+ Glenferrie: ‘GLENFERRIE/14AU50/VIC’ WWW #10 on 8½d Aborigine. [Rated S] RO 29/6/1913; PO 15/12/1913; renamed Barker $5 PO c.1952. 2526 * B A2- Glenferrie South: ‘GLENFERRIE SOUTH /16JA65/VIC.’ (? removed) on 5d Xmas & 2/- Flower on opened-out cover with blue registration label. PO 2/1/1929; LPO 8/10/1993. $8 2527 D A A2- - 38mm ‘GLENFERRIE SOUTH/27FEB1991/VIC 3122’ (worn state, originally 33½mm diameter) on 70c Barrier Reef pair. [Rated RR] $10 2512 D A B2

2529 D A B1

2550 S A A2 2551 D A B2 2552 S A A2

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Glenfyne (2): ‘GLENFYNE/4MR40/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 2d red KGVI. [Rated RR] Replaced Elingamite PO 15/12/1937; closed 30/9/1968.

$20

closed 1/11/1969; closed 1/3/1971.

$12

Glengala (1): ‘GLENGALA W.20/18MR63/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 5d Royal Visit. [Rated RR] PO 1/6/1957, provisionally

Glengala (2): ‘GLENGALA/1????26AU82/VIC-3020’ WWW #10 on 2c Finch. [Rated R] PO 5/7/1982; LPO 30/10/1993. - 34mm ‘GLENGALA/L.P.O./26SEP1995/VIC.3020’ (ERD) WWW #30 in violet. Glengarry (1): ‘GLENGARRY/23JA35/VICTORIA’, WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated R] Renamed from La Trobe R.S. PO 1/12/

1884; LPO 12/9/1994.

- ‘T.O.GLENGARRY/13JL26/VIC’, WWW #40 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated RR] - ‘GLENGARRY/10MY48/VIC-AUST’ WWW #50A on 2½d red KGVI. Glenhope: ‘GLENHOPE/22FE2■/VIC’, WWW #20 on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 1/9/1882; closed 31/10/1952. Glenhuntly: ‘GLENHUNTLY/23DE35/VICTORIA’, WWW #10A, on 5d brown KGV on cover with blue & black (type C5A) registration label. RO c.1907; PO 10/12/1909; renamed Glen Huntly LP 7/6/1993.

- ‘GLENHUNTLY/12OC72/VICTORIA’, WWW #10B, on 7c & 50c. [Rated R] - ‘GLENHUNTLY S.E.9./17JE49/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30 (arcs 2,1) on 2½d Lawson private FDC, unaddressed. [Rated RR] Glenloth (2): ‘GLENLOTH/21MY35/VIC’, WWW #20A on 2d Jubilee. Renamed from Glenloth R.S. PO 14/9/1910, provisionally closed 27/5/1976; closed 4/10/1976.

- ‘GLENLOTH/29JA63/VIC’, WWW #20B on 2d brown QEII. [Rated RR] Glenloth East: ‘GLENLOTH EAST/16JL57/VIC’ on ½d Roo & 3½d red QEII. [Rated R] Renamed from Glenloth PO 14/9/1910;

2562 D A A2 2563 D A A2 2564 D A A12565 * A A2 2566 D A1

$8 $10 $15 $5 $50

$10 $8 $12 $5 $12

closed 28/2/1963.

$15

1927; closed 30/11/1969.

$10

Glenluce: ‘GLENLUCE/28MR34/VIC.’, WWW #20A on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated R] PO 1/1/1868; RO 16/8/1918; PO 1/7/

Glenlyon: ‘GLENLYON/1?NO24/VIC’, WWW #50A on 1½d red KGV. PO c.-/5/1858; closed 13/10/1973. Glenmaggie: unframed ‘[GL]ENMAGGIE/JA18/13/[VI]CTORIA’, WWW #10 on 1d pink. [Rated S] PO 1/1/1872; closed 30/9/1986. Glenmaggie Weir: ‘GLENMAGGIE WEIR/29AP21/VIC.’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated R] RO 8/9/1920; PO 3/2/1922; closed 31/3/1929. Glenorchy: unframed ‘GLENORCHY/NO15/11/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink. [Rated R] Renamed from Wimmera PO 1/1/1854; LPO 1/9/

$6 $6 $15

1994.

$6

Glenormiston RO 1/1/1910; PO 26/2/1914; closed 30/6/1970.

$8

Butter Factory PO 1/1/1910; closed 3/8/1994.

$5

Glenormiston North: ‘GLENORMISTON NORTH/29OC57/ VIC’, WWW #10A on 3½d red QEII. [Rated R] Renamed from Glenormiston South: ‘GLENORMISTON SOUTH/30SE35/ VIC’, WWW #10A on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Glenormiston

- ‘GLENORMISTON SOUTH/27AP77/VIC’, WWW #10B on 18c Flower perf ‘VG’ on Glenormiston Agricultural College OHMS cover. Glenpark: unframed ‘GLENPARK/NO?2/33/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d green KGV. [Rated RR] Renamed from Bungaree Springs

$8

PO 4/12/1871; RO c.1907; PO 15/5/1908; closed 31/10/1962.

$25

30/11/1951.

$20

Glenpatrick (2): ‘GLENPATRICK/22NO37/VIC’ in blue on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. [Rated R] RO c.1902; PO 15/7/1919; closed

Glenrowan: 22mm unframed ‘GLENROWA[N]/JA29/VICTORIA’ on 1d red KGV. PO 22/2/1870; LPO 15/9/1993. 2553 * A A1 - 2 strikes of pictorial ‘{Ned Kelly}/28JUN1980/Glenrowan/3675/ Ned Kelly’s Last Stand Centenary’ on 2c Desert Rose & 10c Sapphire pair, addressed. 2554 * A B1 Glenroy: ‘GLENROY/2DE30/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2d red KGV on cover. PO 22/10/1888. 2555 * A A2 - 2 strikes of ‘GLENROY/9AP84/VIC-3046’ (arcs 13,13mm) on $1 Butterfly on Glenroy Private Nursing Home cover with small Priority Paid label attached. 2556 D A A1+ - violet boxed ‘ASSISTANT/POSTAL MANAGER/22AUG1990/ Glenroy 3046’ (LRD) on 1c Sports. [The first offered by us.] 2557 D A A1 - violet double-oval ‘CONTROLLING POSTAL/MANAGER/ 22AUG1990/GLENROY VIC. 3046’ WWW #620 on 1c Sports. [The first offered by us - only recorded date.] 2558 D A1+ - violet boxed ‘POSTAL MANAGER/29SEP1999/GLENROY 3046’ WWW #624. [The first offered by us - only recorded date.] 2559 D A2 - violet boxed ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE/6MAY1982/GLENROY 3046/306-9151’. [Rated RRR - the only recorded date.] 2560 D A B1 Glenroy East: ‘GLENROY EAST W.9./3FE66/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 5d blue QEII. [Rated RR] PO 1/7/1958, provisionally closed 2561 D A A1-

$8

27/10/1977; closed 31/1/1980.

- ‘GLENROY EAST /3MR75/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B, (‘W.9’ removed) on 2c Crab. [Rated RR] Glenthompson (2): unframed ‘GLEN THOMPSON/AU12/13/ VICTORIA’ (error two words), on 1d Roo. Renamed from Yuppeekiar PO 18/4/1872; LPO 21/10/1994.

- ‘GLENTHOMPSON/30DE19/VIC’ WWW #30 on 1/- Roo. - ‘GLENTHOMPSON/17MY47/VIC.-AUST.’ (arcs 5,4mm) WWW #40 on 2½d red KGVI. - ‘GLENTHOMPSON/3AP87/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,2mm) on 36c America’s Cup on Glenthompson Motors cover. Glenways Delivery Centre: ‘MULGRAVE MDC/20JAN1995/ VIC AUST 3170’ WWW #20. [Only recorded date.] DC 17/1/1994;

renamed Mulgrave Delivery Centre DC 22/2/1995.

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


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2567 D A B2

Gnarkeet: ‘GNARKEET/18MY34/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated R]

2568 S A B2

Gnarwarre: unframed ‘GNARWARRE/16/VICTORIA’ (no day & month slugs), WWW #20 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/10/

2569 D A A2 2570 D A A12571 D A B1 2572 D A A2 2573 * A B2 2574 D A A2 2575 D A A12576 S A A2 2577 * A- A2 2578 D A A2 2579 D A C1 2580 D A1 2581 D A A2 2582 S A A2 2583 D A B2 2584 S B B2

RO 16/11/1914; PO 1/7/1927; closed 25/1/1952.

$15

1857; closed 30/6/1963.

$15

- ‘GNARWARRE/24OC36/VIC.’, WWW #30 on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated R] Gnotuk: ‘GNOTUK/??AP48/VIC’, WWW #10 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] RO 25/4/1910; PO 8/9/1914; closed 31/12/1976. - ‘GNOTUK/5OC63/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 5d Export. [Rated R] - ‘GNOTUK/2MY74/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20B on 7c pruple QEII. [Rated RR] Gobur: ‘GOBUR/4APR27/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV on cover. [Rated S] Renamed from Godfrey’s Creek PO 1/7/

1874; closed 28/2/1974.

- ‘GOBUR/14MY58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30A on 4d lake QEII. [Rated RR] - ‘GOBUR/11SE67/VIC-AUST’, WWW #30B on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR] Golden Square: ‘GOLDEN SQUARE/20MAR25/VIC’, WWW #30 on ½d orange KGV. PO 10/1/1863; LPO 1/7/1996. - 29mm ‘GOLDEN SQUARE/25AU42/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI on cover. - ‘GOLDEN SQUARE/21AP64/VIC’ (arcs 8,7) on 5d green QEII. [Rated S] - ‘GOLDEN SQUARE/PAID/5NO78/VIC AUST-3555’ WWW #320A in red. [Rated RRR] - violet boxed ‘POSTAL MANAGER/4OCT1995/GOLDEN SQUARE, VIC. 3555’ (LRD), WWW #410. [The first offered by us.] Goldsborough: ‘GOLDSBOROUGH/29AU40/VIC’, WWW #20A on 2d AIF. [Rated S] Renamed from Goldsborough Reef PO

2590 S A A22591 D A A1 2592 S A A2

2604 D A A2 2605 D A B22606 S A B22607 S A B3

2611 S A A2

$10

2612 D A A2-

$15

2613 D A A2

$15

2614 D A B1

$15

2615 D A A12616 D A B2

$15 $6 $6 $5 $12

2617 S A A2 2618 D A A12619 D A A1 2620 S A B3

$8

2622 D A B2

1969.

$6

2623 S A B2

1974.

$15

2624 D A B2

Gonn Crossing: ‘GONN CROSSING/23JA23/VIC’, WWW #10A on 6d blue Roo. [Rated S] RO 1/2/1912; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/8/ Goongerah: ‘GOONGERAH/17FE58/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 4d Xmas. [Rated R] TO 21/11/1952; PO 1/7/1953; closed 31/12/ Gooram Gong: 2 part strikes of unframed ‘GOO[R]AMGONG/ JE27/13/VIC’, WWW #10 on faulty 1d Roo. [Rated RR] PO 5/6/

renamed Goorambat PO c.1909.

Goornong: unframed ‘GOORNONG/OC9/09/VICTORIA’, WWW #20 on 1d pink. PO 16/2/1864; LPO 17/9/1994. Gooroc: framed ‘GOOROC/?E26/13/VICTORIA’, WWW #10 on faulty 1d pink. [Rated RRR] PO 17/5/1876; RO 1/9/1917; PO 1/7/ 1927; closed 31/10/1960.

Gordon: unframed ‘GORDON’S/JA6/10/VICTORIA’, WWW #10 on 1d pink. Renamed from Gordon’s PO c.1887; LPO 2/12/1993. - ‘GORDON/11DE35/VIC’ WWW #20A on 1d green KGV. Gormandale: unframed ‘[GOR]MANDALE/AU30/16/ VICTORIA’, WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 18/2/1887;

2593 D A A2+ Goroke: ‘GOROKE/26JY32/VIC.’ WWW #30 (arcs 6,6) on 1d green KGV. PO 1/7/1884; LPO 9/9/1993. 2594 D A A1 - ‘GOROKE/30NO72/VIC-AUST’ WWW #40 (arcs 11,11) on 7c purple QEII. 2595 D A A2 Goschen: ‘GOSCHEN/12JL32/VIC’, WWW #20 on 2d Bridge. [Rated RR] PO 6/11/1901; closed 20/10/1942. 2596 D A A1- Goughs Bay: ‘GOUGHS BAY/26JY74/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 4c red QEII. [Rated R] PO 3/4/1967; LPO 1/7/1993. 2597 D A A2 - ‘GOUGHS BAY/11MR08/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10B (year and decade wheels reversed) on 2c Desert Rose. [Rated RRRR only recorded date.] 2598 S A A2 Goulburn Weir: ‘[GOU]LBURN WEIR/8JL18/VIC’, WWW #30 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 26/8/1887; closed 28/6/1974. 2599 D A B2 - ‘GOULBURN WEIR/9JA57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40A on 4d Olympics. [Rated RR] 2600 * A- B2 - 2 strikes of ‘GOULBURN WEIR/27JY60/VIC-AUST’, WWW #40B on 3d green, 5d blue QEII & 1/- Lyrebird on cover with blue registration label. [Rated R] 2601 D A B2 Gould: ‘P.O.GOULD/1OC34/VIC’, WWW #10B (‘R.O.’ altered to ‘P.O.’) on 2d Vic Centenary (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] RO c.-/12/

2603 D A B2

$15

c.1888; closed 30/6/1964.

LPO 24/2/1993.

2602 D A A2-

2610 D A A1-

2621 S A A3

1880; closed 30/11/1956.

2589 S B B2

2609 S A A2

$25

2585 D B1 - ‘GOORAM GONG/19MR41/VIC’, WWW #20. [Rated RR] 2586 D A A2+ Goorambat (2): ‘GOORAMBAT/5JE3?/VIC’, WWW #10 on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Goorambat R.S. PO c.1909; LPO 1/5/1994. 2587 S A B2 Goorambat R.S. (1): unframed ‘[GOORA]MBAT RY STN/ /05/ VIC’ (no day & month slugs) in violet on 1d pink. PO 1/10/1883; 2588 S A A2

$8

2608 S A B3

1912; PO 1/2/1923; TO 18/12/1959; closed 11/3/1961.

$15 $50 $4 $15 $6 $50 $10 $4

2625 D A A2-

2632 D A A1-

$5

2633 D A A2-

$5

2634 * A B2

$8 $70 $15 $20 $20 $30

2635 D A B1 2636 D A2 2637 D A1 2638 D A1+ 2639 D A1 2640 D A1

- ‘ .GOULD/7DE49/VIC’, WWW #10C (‘P.O’ removed) on 2½d Forrest. [Rated S] Gowanford: ‘GOWANFORD/10JE37/VIC’, WWW #10 on 2d red KGVI. [Rated R] Renamed from Ganeit RO 12/9/1926; PO 1/7/1927;

$20

2641 D A1+

- ‘GOWANFORD/19JE55/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20 on 3½d U.S.A Memorial. [Rated RR] Gowangardie (2): light ‘GOWANGARDIE/??????/VIC.AUST.’, WWW #20A on 2½d Forrest. [Rated RRR] Renamed from

$15

2642 D B2

$40

TO 31/10/1962; closed 1/9/1963.

2643 D A A2

Gowangardie East RO c.-/2/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 15/3/1967.

$60

2644 S A B2

Earlston RO 20/3/1924.

$30

2645 D A A1-

Gowangardie South: framed ‘GOWA[NGARDIE SO]UTH/ JY?/16/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR] PO 29/9/1902; renamed Gowar East: ‘GOWAR EA[ST]/1?????/[VIC]’, WWW #20 on ½d green KGV. [Rated RR] PO 21/11/1890; closed 31/8/1953.

$30

$20

c.1920; PO 13/7/1925; closed 31/12/1979.

$15

Grahamvale: ‘GRAHAMVALE/2-MR74/VIC-3631’, WWW #20 on 7c Agate. [Rated R] Renamed from Grahamvale State School RO

Grantville: framed ‘GRANTVILLE/AP11/05/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1d pink. PO 1/7/1875; LPO 19/10/1994. - ‘GRANTVILLE/29JA48/VIC.’ WWW #30A on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated S] Granya: unframed ‘GRANYA/??2/12/VICTORIA’, WWW #20 on 1d pink. [Rated R] Renamed from Bethanga PO 30/9/1879; closed

30/6/1993.

- ‘GRANYA/25JE59/VIC.’ WWW #30A on ½d Roo & 3½d red QEII. - ‘GRANYA/21SE63/VIC.’ WWW #30B on 5d blue QEII. [Rated R] Grassmere: ‘GRASSMERE/26MY60/VIC’ WWW #20A on 5d blue QEII. [Rated S] PO 16/5/1884; RO 1/2/1908; PO 24/2/1914;

closed 29/10/1993.

Graytown: unframed ‘GRAYTOWN/NO28/08/VIC[TO]RIA’ on 1d pink. [Rated RR] Renamed from Spring Creek PO 1/4/1870; closed 31/10/1972.

- ‘GRAYTOWN/6NO54/VIC’ WWW #20A on 3½d red QEII. [Rated R] - ‘GRAYTOWN/16SE68/VIC’, WWW #20B on 1c brown QEII. [Rated RR] Gre Gre North (2): ‘[GR]E GRE NORTH/6FE2■/[V]IC’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated RRR] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 3/7/1959. Gre Gre South: ‘[GR]E GRE SOUT[H]/??SP36/[VIC.]’, WWW #10B on 2d SA Centenary. [Rated RR] RO 1/10/1925; PO 1/7/1927;

$6 $5 $6 $4 $8 $4 $12 $8 $20 $30

closed 31/3/1969.

$20

31/1/1965; closed 1/3/1969.

$50

1956. [Goldmining]

$15

Gre Gre Village: ‘[GRE] GRE VILLAGE/2?DE57/VIC’ WWW #20 on 4d lake QEII. [Rated RR] PO 10/12/1883, provisionally closed Great Northern: unframed ‘GREAT NORTHERN/FE25/18/VIC’, WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated R] PO 2/1/1893; closed 27/7/

- ‘GREAT NORTHERN/20MR35/VIC’, WWW #20 on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] Great Southern: ‘GREAT SOUTHERN/15A?31/VIC’, WWW #10A on 1½d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO

1/8/1914; closed 30/5/1964. [Goldmining]

2631 D A B1-

$25

1914; closed c.1929.

2626 D A A2+ Great Western (1): ‘T.O.GREAT WESTERN/17AP15/VIC’, WWW #40A on 1d red KGV. PO 1/6/1858; LPO 30/7/1993. 2627 * A- A2 - ‘T.O.GREAT WESTERN/13AP32/VIC’, WWW #40C on 2d red KGV on roughly opened Tatts cover (pin hole). 2628 * A B2 - ‘GREAT WESTERN/17DE64/VIC-AUST’ WWW #50B (better backstamp) on 2/5d Banksia on cover with blue registration label. 2629 D A B2 Green Gully: ‘GREEN GULLY/25FE5?/VIC’, WWW #20A on 1/½d KGVI. [Rated R] PO 1/12/1862; closed 31/12/1969. 2630 D A A2 Green Hill (2): ‘GREEN HILL/16FE37/VIC.’, WWW #20 on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] Renamed from Green Hills R.S.

$8

$20

Goyura: ‘GOYURA/1?????/[VIC]’, WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 4/6/1891; closed 1/7/1954. Gracedale House: ‘GRACEDALE HOU[SE]/30AU20/[VIC.]’, WWW #20 on 1½d brown KGV. [Rated RR] RO c.1902; PO 1/12/

$40 $30 $6 $10 $10 $10

PO c.1904; closed 31/8/1962.

$30

provisionally closed 31/3/1964; closed 31/3/1965.

$25

Green’s Creek: ‘GREENS CREEK/21NO46/VICTORIA’, WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated RR] PO 1/5/1868; TO 1/10/1962,

Greendale: ‘GREENDALE/8MR46/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated R] PO 1/1/1867; closed 30/6/1965. Greensborough: unframed ‘GREENSBOROUGH/JE11/09/VIC’ on 1d pink. PO 17/7/1858. - ‘GREENSBOROUGH/■6JL35/VIC’, WWW #30A (A2 backstamp) on 2d & 3d Jubilee on cover with blue registration label. - ‘GREENSBOROUGH/2FE68/VIC’, WWW #30B on 5c Thornbill. [Rated R] - boxed ‘GREENSBOROUGH/MONEY ORDER TELLER/ 14MAR1996/GREENSBOROUGH P.O./VIC. 3088’ (LRD) WWW #430. [The first offered by us.] - ‘PAID AT GREENSBOROUGH/■■■30MY64/VIC-AUST’, WWW #520B (price turned off) in red. [Rated RRR] - double-circle ‘ASSISTANT POSTAL MANAGER/13JUL1992/ PHONE/435-1336/GREENSBOROUGH VIC 3088’ WWW #610. [The first offered by us.] - double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/13JUL1992/PHONE/4351336/GREENSBOROUGH VIC 3088’ (ERD) WWW #620. [The first offered by us.] - double-circle ‘POSTAL MANAGER/RETAIL/3AUG1994/ PHONE/435-1336/GREENSBOROUGH VIC 3088’ (ERD) WWW #625. [The first offered by us.] ‘RETAIL MANAGER/3088/24SEP1996/9432-0335/ GREENSBOROUGH POST SHOP’ (ERD) WWW #640. [The first offered by us.] - violet boxed ‘TELEGRAPH OFFICE/TELEPHONE 435 1832/ 24FEB1982/GREENSBOROUGH 3088’, WWW #710. [Rated RRRR - the only recorded date.] Greenvale (1): ‘GREENVALE/27MY32/VIC’, WWW #20A on 2d red KGV. [Rated S] PO 1/1/1871; closed 16/8/1969. Greenwald: unframed ‘[GREE]NWALD/??3/[1]8/[VICT]ORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d red KGV. [Rated RR] PO 1/12/1884; closed 30/6/ 1971.

Greta: ‘GRETA/■3AU39/VIC’, WWW #30A on 2d red KGVI. [Rated S] PO 4/9/1863; closed 30/6/1971.

$8 $5 $15 $10 $25 $15 $25 $35 $30 $30 $60 $8 $12 $15


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2646 * A- A1 2647 D D A12648 D A A2 2649 D A B2 2650 D A A1 2651 D A A2 2652 D A B1 2653 D A B1 2654 S A A22655 D A B1 2656 * A A2 2657 D A B2 2658 S A B2 2659 * A

- 2 strikes of WWW #30B on 5d blue QEII & 2/- Flower on cover (address removed) with blue registration label. [Rated R] Greta South: ‘GRETA SOUTH/18AU36/VIC.’ WWW #10 on 2d Cable (damaged & toned). [Rated RR] RO 1/3/1922; PO 1/8/1923;

$20

2685 D A A2

- ‘GREAT SOUTH/4OC49/VIC-AUST’, WWW #20A on 2½d Lawson. [Rated RR] Greta West: ‘GRETA WEST/11MR24/VIC’, (error - 1924 for 1934?) WWW #20A on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR]

$30

2686 S A A2

$10

2687 D A A2

$20 $5

2688 D A A1-

$10

2689 * A A1

$10

2690 S A A2

$15

2691 * A B1

$60

2692 D B A2

closed 31/8/1994.

PO 18/4/1892; closed 31/3/1994.

‘GRETA WEST/17MR80/VIC’,

WWW #20B on 2c Desert Rose. Greythorn: ‘GREYTHORN E.9./2JA62/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10B on 1d QEII. [Rated R] PO 2/4/1951; LPO 31/8/1993. Gringegalgona: ‘GRINGEGALGONA/25OC65/VIC’, WWW #10A on 5d red QEII. [Rated R] RO 1/10/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 15/2/1975.

‘GRINGEGALGONA/18SE71/VIC’,

WWW #10B on 4c red QEII. [Rated RR] Gritjurk (2): ‘[G]RITJURK/16AU35/VIC.’ on 2d Jubilee. [Rated RR] Renamed from Gritjurk South RO c.-/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/4/1954.

Grovedale: ‘GROVEDALE/13MY61/VIC’, WWW #10A on 2½d Lawson. [Rated R] Renamed from Germantown PO 1/3/1916; LPO

21/9/1993.

- ‘GROVEDALE/430P-2?MY87/VIC 3216’, WWW #20 on 90c Fruit & $5 Mentone on British High Commission Security Post cover. [Rated RR] Gruyere: ‘GRUYERE/■1MR57/VIC-AUST’, WWW #10A on 1d & 3d QEII. [Rated RR] Renamed from Cahillton PO 1/1/1950; closed 20/12/1960.

Guildford: unframed ‘GUILDFORD/FE23/22/VICTORIA’ WWW #30 on 2d orange KGV. [Rated S] PO 15/1/1861; LPO 28/5/1993. Hamilton North (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO

1/12/1937; LPO 16/8/1993; closed 28/10/1994.

2660 D B A1+ Hattah (2): ‘HATTAH/16SE42/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d red KGVI (cutto-shape). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Hattah R.S. PO 27/3/1923; 2661 * A A1

2662 * A A1 2663 * A 2664 * A 2665 D A A2 2666 * A 2667 D B1 2668 * A 2669 D A A2 2670 * A A1 2671 S A B2

closed 16/12/1974.

Hawthorn Business Centre: ‘A/Business Post/CENTRE/ 27OCT1997/HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on Alexander 45c PSE Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. Replaced Hawthorn BC 27/10/1997. - ‘D/Business Post/CENTRE/27OCT1997/HAWTHORN VIC 3122/9920 5707’, on 45c on Alexander Hawthorn Vic.3122 Business Post Centre opening cover. Healesville: Black & white PPC ‘The Water Race near Donnelly’s Weir, Healesville, real photo, unused. PO 1/5/1865;

$25

Hopetoun Gardens: ‘HOPETOUN GARDENS /17JY68/ VIC·AUST’ (S.4 removed - LRD). [Rated PPPP] PO 5/11/1951;

LPO 22/4/1994.

Illabarook: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Renamed from

Bull Dog PO 19/11/1874; closed 31/3/1971.

Ingliston: ‘INGLISTON/7MY34/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 1/3/1890; closed 30/10/1954. Inverleigh: ‘INVERLEIGH/19MAY1995/VIC. 3321’ in violet, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. PO 11/10/ 1856; LPO 4/8/1993.

Jarklin: ‘JARKLIN/■6DE■4/VICTORIA’ on 1½d red KGV. [All copies of 1920s show ■ as decade wheel.] PO 1/12/1874; closed 14/9/1994.

2673 D B A1

Kaniva (2): ‘KANIVA/28MR58/VIC-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII. [Recorded use less than 4 years] Renamed from Budjik PO 1/7/1882;

2674 D A A1

Karawinna: ‘KARAWINNA/5AP60/VIC-AUST’ on 5d Xmas. [Rated P] RO 2/12/1924; PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 31/1/1970;

2675 D A B1

Katyil (2): ‘KATYIL/7AP27/VICTORIA’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO 1/2/1886; closed 15/6/1961. Kennedy’s Creek: ‘KENNEDYS CREEK/7JY69/VIC.’ WWW #10B on 2c green QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated PP] RO 1/6/1905;

1976.

LPO 1/10/1993.

closed 31/3/1970.

PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1974.

Kerang (3): 35½x26½mm violet rectangle ‘MONEY ORDER/ OFFICE/23SEP1988/KERANG VIC. 3579’ on 3c Jimble. [The first offered by us] PO 29/7/1858. 2678 D A A2 Kerrisdale: ‘KERRISDALE/6NO25/VIC’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PPP] PO 18/8/1884; closed 28/5/1977. 2679 S A A2+ Kewell: ‘KEWELL/0AU36/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d Cable. [Rated RR] PO 9/9/1874; closed 5/6/1948. 2680 D A A2 Kiamal: ‘KIAMAL/14OC77/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20C on 18c Flower. [Rated S] RO 21/5/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/9/1980. 2681 S A B2 Kilcunda: 23½mm unframed ‘KILCUNDA/OC25/12/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d pink. PO 5/8/1879; LPO 17/11/1993. 2682 S A A2 - 30mm ‘KILCUNDA/30DE24/[VI]C’ WWW #20A on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PPPP] 2683 D A A2 Kilmore East: unframed ‘KILMORE EAST/MR5/00/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d pink. Renamed from Gavan Duffy PO 13/11/1872; closed 14/5/1976.

2695 D A B3

$5

2697 S A B2

$5 $25

$5 $5

$5

LPO 30/6/1994.

2694 D A B2

2696 S A B2

RO c.1902; PO 1/1/1915; closed 31/3/1971.

Highett: ‘HIGHETT S.21/25MR58/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 5,3) on 7d & 1/-. RO 17/11/1924; PO 1/7/1927; LPO 2/8/1993. Highton: black & white photo of PO taken 1973. PO 1/12/1864;

2693 D A A2-

$15

$7

Hesket State School: black & white photo of school taken 1969.

Kamarooka North: ‘KAMAROOKA NORTH/10MY69/VIC’ on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] PO 1/7/1885; closed 30/6/

2677 D A A1

$10

closed 9/2/2007.

2672 D A B1

2676 D A A1

2684 S A- A2

‘GRETA/2AP62/VIC’

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

2698 * A 2699 D A A2 2700 D A A2 2701 D A B2 2702 S A A2 2703 D A A2 2704 * A A1 2705 * A A1 2706 * A B2 2707 D A A2 2708 D A2 2709 * B A1 2710 D A A2 2711 D A2+ 2712 * A 2713 * A A1 2714 * A A1 2715 * A A1

$20 $15 $70 $30 $6

2716 D A B2 2717 S A A2 2718 D A1

$8

2719 D A1 2720 S A A2

$90

2721 * A A1

$10

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Kilsyth: framed ‘[KI]LSYTH/MR2/12/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 1d pink. PO 22/11/1900; LPO 5/7/1993. King Valley: ‘KING VALLEY/23??48/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PP] Renamed from Whitfield Estate PO 15/11/ 1906; closed 31/8/1989.

Kingsville: ‘KINGSVILLE/20JL2?/[VI]C’ on 1½d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO 1/1/1915; LPO 24/8/1993. Kinnabulla: ‘KINNABULLA/30JA32/VIC’ WWW #10 on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] RO c.1902; PO 5/11/1914, provisionally closed

$6 $20 $12

11/5/1973; closed 11/11/1973.

$50

21/4/1978.

$15

11/5/1898; LPO 13/9/1994; closed 18/9/2002.

$30

Renamed from Gowangardie PO 1/3/1888; closed 1/7/1965.

$20

Koallah: ‘KOALLAH/31JY71/VIC-3257’ WWW #30 on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated RR] RO 1/7/1924; PO 1/7/1927; closed

Kongwak: ‘KONGWAK/16MY11/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink on Vallan Studios real-photo PPC of ‘A Creeklet/Kongwak. 9.’. PO Koonda: ‘KOONDA/17AU36/[V]IC’ on 2d Cable. [Rated RR]

Koondrook: light ‘RELIEF/20AP83/70/VIC-AUST’ on 27c Flower envelope to Melbourne. [Used Mar-April 1983.] PO 1/3/1879; LPO

22/10/1993.

Kooreh: ‘KOOREH/17SE35/VIC’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] PO 6/5/1885; closed 31/10/1969. Korweinguboora: ‘KORWEINGUBOORA/29OC54/[VICAUS]T’ on 3½d red QEII. PO 8/11/1878; closed 11/11/1972. 530P20AU69 Kyneton: ‘KYNETON/ /VIC-AUST’ (arcs 6,5) on 5c (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Mount Macedon PO 1/1/

1854.

Langi Logan: ‘LA[NGI L]OGAN/?/VIC-AUST’ (c.1952) on KGVI 3½d brown. [Rated PPPP] RO 16/11/1912; closed 8/6/1970. Lillimur (2): unframed ‘LILLIMUR/JA28/04/[VIC]TORIA’ on 1d pink. From Lillimur North 1/5/1887; closed 31/1/1985. Linga: ‘LINGA/??????/V[IC]’ (dateline corrected) on 2d SA Centenary. Renamed from Manpy RO 15/8/1913; PO 1/10/1914; closed

$5 $25 $25 $15 $50 $4

24/1/1975.

$15

1/12/1994.

$10

PO 1/1/1867; closed 31/12/1976.

$16

1927; renamed Skye PO 1/11/1964.

$30

Lorne: black & white real photo PPC ‘A Long Stretch of the Great Ocean Road Mt Defiance Vic’, unused. PO 29/4/1874; LPO Lyndhurst: ‘LYNDHURST/12AU74/VIC-AUST’ on 4c. [Rated PP] Lyndhurst South (2): ‘LYNDHURST SOUTH/15MY57/VICAUST’ on 4d QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated PP] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/ - ‘LYNDHURST SOUTH/1?MY60/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII (cut-to-shape). [Rated PP] Macedon Upper: 30mm ‘MACEDON [UP]PER/14DE32/VIC.’ on 9d Kangaroo pair. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Upper Macedon PO

1/7/1889; renamed Mount Macedon PO 1/9/1936.

Mackintosh: ‘MACKINTOSH/15SP49/[VIC]’ on 2½d Lawson. [Rated PPP] RO 2/6/1915; PO 1/7/1927; closed 29/6/1968. Maidstone Business Centre: ‘MAIDSTONE B.P.C./(1)/ 1JUN1998/VIC. 3012’, on Alexander 45c PSE Opening of Maidstone Business Centre Cover. BC 1/6/1998; closed 13/10/2000. - ‘MAIDSTONE B.P.C./(5)/1JUN1998/VIC. 3012’, on 45c on Alexander Opening of Maidstone Business Centre Cover. Mail Exchange Branch: ‘M.E.B. MELBOURNE/3??-5MR6?/[?]/ V[IC-AUST]’ on 5c Thornbill (cut-to-shape) on black & white photo of Mail Exchange taken 1968. Market Street: ‘MARKET STREET C.1/26JY67/4/VIC-AUST’ on 4c. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Customs House PO c.-/1/1884; replaced by Collins Street West PO 21/11/1997.

- ‘PA[ID A]T MARKET STREET C.1/29JE65/VIC-AUST’ in red. [Rated PPPP] McKillop: ‘McKILLOP/1OC47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland, opened roughly at left. RO 9/10/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 27/6/1986. McKinnon: ‘[MCK]INNON /29JY68/[VIC-]AUST’ (S.E.14 removed) on 5c. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Bentleigh North PO 2/1/

$25 $70 $30 $8 $8 $10 $25 $40 $12

1964; LPO 27/7/1993.

$30

1837; renamed Elizabeth Street PO 4/6/1917.

$10

Melbourne (1): violet oval ‘Poste Restante/12SEP2005/ MELBOURNE VIC 3000’ (9DL). [Only recorded date.] PO 13/4/ - sepia photocopy of original Melbourne General Post Office taken from an etching of the 1850’s. Melbourne Central: ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/ 2OCT1995/B/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. PO c.1994.

- ‘MELB. CENTRAL POST SHOP/2OCT1995/E/VIC. 3000 AUST.’, on 45c on cover, unaddressed. Melbourne GPO Shop: Group of 19 in the form of ‘[Picasso face]/2JUN1997/Melbourne/1-GPO SHOP VIC 3000’, on 45c on Alexander First day of Melbourne GPO Pictorials, 1-19 G.P.O. Shop cover. PO 28/11/1994. Melton: ‘MELTON /11SE25/VIC’ (‘RAIL’ removed) on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/3/1856. Mentone: ‘[M]ENTONE/9?13NO14/VIC’ (arcs 8,8), on 1d red KGV. PO 16/5/1884. - ‘PAID AT MENTONE-S.11./—-6SE60/VIC’ (price turned off) in red. [This is an unusual CDS - it appears to have originally had VIC-AUST at the base but then had the AUST replaced with S.11.] - ‘PAID AT MENTONE/—-8NO74/VIC- ‘ (S.11 removed) in red. Merino: ‘MERI[NO]/22JE15/VIC’, #50 on 1d red KGV. PO 1/6/

$10 $5 $5

$55 $8 $8

$8 $8

1858; LPO 4/11/1993.

$6

BC 6/7/1998.

$5

Mildura Business Centre: ‘MILDURA BC/6JUL1998/C/VIC 3500’ (Opening day), on 45c on Alexander opening day cover.


Page 38 2722 D A B1 2723 D A A22724 D A B1 2725 * A A1

2726 S A B2 2727 D A1 2728 D A B2 2729 * A- C2 2730 D A A2 2731 D A A1 2732 D B1

Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Mildura East: ‘MILDURA EAST/1-OC53/VIC-AUST’ on 3d green. PO 11/8/1949; LPO 20/5/1994. Mitcham: double-circle ‘ASSISTANT POSTAL MANAGER/ 16NOV1990/[PHON]E/[873] 1057/MITC[HAM] VIC [3132]’ WWW #310 on 43c Sports. PO 1/6/1884. Mollongghip: ‘MOLLONGGHIP/12OC67/VIC’ on 5c Thornbill. PO 16/4/1886; closed 30/6/1969.

Montague: ‘RELIEF/3AU68/99/VIC-AUST’ on 25c Intelsat on cover with blue registration label with ‘S.C.5’ obliterated.

Replaced North Port PO 20/11/1912; RO 15/2/1919; PO 4/1/1924; LPO 30/6/1994; closed 31/12/1997.

Moonee Ponds: violet boxed ‘MOONEE P[ONDS]/ 18MAR1940/W.4., VIC.’ on 6d Large Kooka perf ‘VG’. [Rated PPP] PO 15/1/1861. Moorabbin: ‘PAID AT MOORABBIN /24JE71/VIC’ (S.20 removed) in red. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Brighton South PO

17/5/1909; LPO 19/10/1998.

‘MOORALLA/27JE60/VIC’

Mooralla (2): on 5d Xmas (cut-toshape). [Rated PPPP] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 22/2/1966. Moorleigh: ‘MOORLEIGH S.E.13/?DE56/VIC-AUST’ on 4d & 7½d Olympics pair on registered cover with blue registration label. [Rated PPP] PO 22/3/1954; closed 31/10/1988. Moranding: ‘M[OR]ANDING/12AP47/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PPPP] PO 6/12/1890; closed 31/8/1957. Morang South (1): ‘MORANG SOUTH/10AU59/VIC’ on 4d red QEII. PO 24/11/1873; LPO 29/10/1993. Mordialloc (1): ‘MORDIALLOC/PAID/6MR79/VIC-AUST-3195’ in red. [Rated PPP] PO 17/10/1863; LPO 14/9/1998; renamed Braeside Business Centre BC 13/6/1995.

2733 D A A1

Moreland (3): ‘MORELAND/3/5AP57/VIC-AUST’ on 2/- aAT (2nd 2/- has been cut through). Renamed from North Brunswick PO

2734 * A A1

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

2735 S A A2 2736 * A 2737 * A- D1

2738 * A B1 2739 D A B1

2740 D B1 2741 D A A2 2742 D A A12743 D A A1 2744 * A 2745 * A 2746 S A A2 2747 * A 2748 * A- A2 2749 S A B2 2750 D A B1 2751 D A A22752 * A- A2 2753 * A A1 2754 * A- B1 2755 * A A1 2756 * A A1 2757 D A1 2758 D A B1

11/12/1922; LPO 29/3/1993.

LPO 4/4/1997.

‘MT

Mount Blackwood (1): unframed BLACKWOOD/MR8/10/ VICTORIA’ WWW #30 on 1d pink. PO 22/9/1855; renamed

$4 $8 $20

$15 $30

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

Mount Waverley: ‘PAID AT MT WAVERLEY/ 4DE62/VIC-AUST’ (price turned off) in red. [Rated P] RO 9/10/1905; PO 1/10/1907. Munro (2): ‘MUNRO/31JL57/VIC’ on 4d lake QEII (cut-toshape). Renamed from Munro R.S. PO 1/6/1919; closed 31/12/1976. Murchison East: ‘MURCHISON EAST/14AU44/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated P] Renamed from Murchison R.S. PO 10/11/1890;

$40 $50 $4 $25 $12 $5

$60

$10 $8

c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1960.

$5

1938; TO 23/7/1977; closed c.1977.

$5

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

Nine Mile: framed ‘NINE MILE/????/14/VICTORIA’ on 1d Roo. [Rated PPP] PO 24/4/1902; closed 29/2/1956. Nirranda: ‘NIRRANDA/23AP58/VIC’ on 4d lake QEII. [Rated PP] PO 4/3/1871; closed 7/7/1969. Noorinbee: ‘NOORINBEE/12AP61/VIC’ on 3d green & 5d blue QEII (both perf ‘VG’). [Rated PPP] Renamed from Cann River

$10 $5 $20 $70 $20

Settlement PO 1/9/1913; TO 19/2/1964; closed 22/12/1964.

$70

18/12/1924.

$15

North Brighton: ‘NORTH BRIGHTON/9AU35/VIC.’ (arcs 4½,3) on 5d KGV on cover with blue & black registration label. PO ‘NTH

North Melbourne: MELBOURNE N.1/6JY66/VIC-AUST’ on 4c Life Saving on private FDC. Renamed from Hotham PO c.-/10/ 1887.

‘NTH

____/25JY84/VIC-AUST’ (‘N.1’ removed)

MELBOURNE on $1 Butterfly on long cover with small Priority Paid label. 9OC59 North Road, Brighton: ‘NORTH ROAD BRIGHTON S.6/ / VIC-AUST’ 2d & 2/3d Banksia, blue Registration Label. PO c.1930; LPO 30/10/1993.

Nunawading: ‘NUNAWADING L.P.O./2/16FEB1998/VIC. AUST. 3131’, on Alexander 45c PSE opening of new L.P.O.cover.

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

Oakleigh (1): ‘OAKLEIGH /12JE68/VIC-AUST’ (SE.12 removed, arcs 3,2). [Rated PPPP - the only recorded date.] PO

1/8/1854; replaced by Oakleigh Delivery Centre DC 27/9/1993.

- 2 strikes of ‘OAKLEIGH S.E.12/8SE65/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1½) on 5d red x4.

2769 * A B1 2770 D A1 2771 S A A2 2772 * A 2773 * A 2774 * A 2775 * A 2776 S A A2 2777 * B B2 2778 D A B2

$30

$15

Natte Yallock: blue ‘NATTE YALLOCK/18JL21/VIC’ on 2d orange KGV. PO 1/6/1867; closed 30/8/1993. Newborough North: black & white photo of PO (closed) taken 1970. PO 1/7/1965, provisionally closed 1/8/1966; closed 1/5/1969. Newport: ‘NEWPORT/23JL36/VICTORIA’ on 5d KGV on cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Williamstown Junction PO

2768 D A B2

2780 * A 2781 D A A2

Replaced Mysia R.S. PO 25/10/1911; closed 13/10/1992.

Naringal East: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 1/11/

2765 * A

2779 * A B1

$12

Nanneella South (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1972. RO

2764 * A A1

$8

closed 31/12/1971.

Mysia (2): violet ‘T.O. MYSIA/14AU24/VIC’ on 3rd Wmk 1/- roo.

2763 * A

2767 D B1

$8

Hand’s Corner PO c.-/7/1910; renamed Kalorama PO 1/2/1926.

2762 D A A1

$80

Mount Buffalo RO 22/8/1910; PO 1/2/1914; closed 24/6/1986.

Mount Egerton: ‘MT EGERTON/25JE39/VIC’ on 2d KGVI on cover to the Argus. PO 1/2/1856; closed 30/7/1993. Mount Richmond (3): ‘MOUNT RICHMOND/7DE76/VIC’ (Closing Day) on 6c orange. [Rated PP] Renamed from

2761 S A- B3

2766 D A A2-

$6

Mount Dandenong North: messy ‘MOUNT DANDENONG NORTH/?AP11/VIC’ on 1d pink on real-photo PPC with PO in foreground. [Rated PPP - only used for 2 years!] Renamed from

2760 D A1

$30

Blackwood PO 22/11/1921.

Mount Buffalo Chalet: Black & white PPC ‘The Panorama from Mt Dunn, Mt Buffalo, Victoria’, real photo, unused. Renamed from

2759 D A2

$8 $12 $15

PO 1/1/1858; LPO 22/10/1993.

Ondit (2): ‘ONDIT/23JA71/VIC’ on 6c orange QEII. [Recorded 20/11/69 - 29/06/74] PO 1/5/1908; closed 29/6/1974. Outtrim: black & white photo of PO closed 1970. PO 10/5/1894;

2789 * A 2790 S A B2 2791 D A B2 2792 S A B2 2793 * A 2794 D A A1 2795 * A 2796 * A A1 2797 S A B2 2798 * A 2799 D A A1 2800 S A A3 2801 * A B1

$65

2802 D A B1

$4 $5 $15 $25

closed 14/5/1957. [Black coal mine]

$5

LPO 1/4/1999.

$5

LPO 1/11/1994.

$5

Ouyen: ‘OUYEN/31MAR1999/VIC-3490’, on 45c on Alexander last day of Corporate Post Office cover. RO 22/10/1907; PO 1/10/1908; Oxley (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 1/1/1870; Paradise: ‘PARADISE/?AU35/[VIC]’ on 2d Jubilee. PO 20/5/1891;

TO 1/2/1966; closed 14/3/1973.

Parkville: ‘PAID AT PARKVILLE / 25JE63/VIC-AUST’ (N.2 removed) in red. PO c.-/12/1883; LPO 14/6/1996. Paschendale: ‘PASCHENDALE/??OC33/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] RO 3/1/1921; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/6/

1948.

Pascoe Vale South: ‘PASCOE VALE STH W.7/26AP63/VICAUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 2/5d on cover with blue registration label. [Rated PP] PO 1/8/1927; LPO 27/9/1993. - ‘PAID AT PASCOE VALE STH/3½D31JY56/VIC-AUST’ in black. Pascoe Vale West: ‘PASCOE VALE WE[ST]/15OC37/[VIC]’ on 5d brown KGV. PO 1/8/1927, provisionally closed 11/6/1976; closed

7/3/1977.

Patchewollock: black & white photo of PO taken 1972. RO 27/7/

$20 $8 $80 $30 $20 $10

1920; PO 1/12/1925; LPO 16/7/1993.

$5

Mortat PO 1/5/1925; closed 30/6/1978.

$5

1937; closed 21/7/1966.

$5

15/2/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1975.

$5

Peronne: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Renamed from Picola North (3): black & white photo of PO taken 1972. PO 14/4/ Pira: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. TO 14/7/1924; RO

Pitfield Plains: unframed ‘PITFIELD PLAI[NS]/AP14/13/VIC’ on 1d roo. PO 1/1/1897; closed 3/9/1946. Pomonal: ‘POMONAL/__.__/25NOV1922/__.__/VICTORIA’ on 2d red KGV embossed Envelope, re-addressed from Moyston to Coburg. Renamed from Mona PO 10/10/1904; LPO 1/9/1994. Poolaigelo (3): (Repaired) ‘POOLAIGELO/????57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Xmas. TO 6/2/1924; PO c.1950; renamed Poolaijelo PO c.-/5/ 1962.

Port Albert: ‘RELIEF/2MY85/78/VIC-AUST’ on 30c on cover. [Used 10/1/1985-29/5/1985.] Renamed from Alberton PO 1/1/1856;

LPO 9/11/1993.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Port Welshpool: ‘PORT WELSHPOOL/12MY58/VIC’ WWW #10A on 4d lake QEII. RO 8/8/1910; PO 23/4/1914; closed 1/3/1994. 2782 D A B1 Portland North: ‘PORTLAND NORTH/1JL57/VIC’ on 4d lake QEII. RO c.1904; PO 1/7/1927; closed 12/1/1974. 2783 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. 2784 D A A2 Portland South (1): ‘PORTLAND STH/5FE58/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 4d Xmas. PO 1/11/1955; closed 31/10/1977. 2785 * A - black & white photo of PO taken 1975. Post Office Museum: black & white photo of entrance signage 2786 * A of PO taken 1974. PO 5/4/1974; closed c.1987. 2787 D A2 Prahran: framed ‘PAID AT PRAHRAN/½D/JE2/04/VIC’ (D sideways - cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] PO 1/4/1853. 2788 * A A1+ Preston South (2): ‘PRESTON STH.N.18/6JY55/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2,1½) on Cobb & Co plain addressed FDC. PO 19/12/1927;

$5

$12

- ‘PAID AT OAKLEIGH/—-D721NO64/VIC’ (price turned off) in red. Oakleigh South: ‘PAID AT OAKLEIGH STH/—?19AU65/ VIC·AUST’ (price turned off) in red. PO 1/9/1936; LPO 6/1/1995. Omeo (3): belt & buckle ‘[POST AND T]ELEGRAPH OFFICE/ OME[O]/DE2/1892’ on 5/- pale claret on yellow P12½ SG #260c.

LPO 15/9/1993.

Puckapunyal Mil. P.O. (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO c.1947; LPO 1/5/1995. Pullut: ‘PULLUT/20OC36/[VIC]’ on 2d SA Centenary. RO c.-/3/

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

1912; PO 5/7/1921; closed 25/6/1974.

$25

RO 8/11/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1966.

$25

Pura Pura: ‘PURA PURA/24NO59/VIC-AUST’ on 1959 Xmas.

R.M.S.S. Hobsons Bay: 1st unframed duplex ‘R.M.S.S./T/ DC5/71/HOBSONS [BAY] - VICTOR[IA]’ on 1/- octagonal pair. [Rated PPP] PO c.1861; closed c.1887. Raglan (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1971. PO 1/1/1865;

$50

closed 7/5/1960.

$5

15/9/1955; LPO 29/10/1993.

$6

Renamed from Ravenswood PO 15/4/1884; renamed Ravenswood PO 4/4/1970.

$5

Rangeview: ‘RANGEVIEW/4JA62/VIC-AUST’ on 1d purple. PO

Ravenswood R.S. (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1970.

Raywood: ‘RELIEF/2MR84/63/VIC-AUST’ on 30c Butterfly on cover to Melbourne. PO 4/1/1864; LPO 3/9/1994. (`) Red Bluff: framed ‘RED BLUFF/JA26/15/[VIC]’ (year slugs inverted) on 4d Roo. PO 17/4/1901; closed 31/3/1969. Redbank (2): black & white photo of old PO taken 1971. PO 13/12/1920; closed 30/1/1981.

Redesdale: ‘REDESDALE/1AU57/VIC’ WWW #20A, on 1d & 3d QEII. PO 22/3/1865; LPO 6/10/1994. Regent: ‘REGEN[T]/9NO31/[VIC]’ on 1d green KGV. PO 3/8/

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

Reservoir: ‘RESERVOIR.N.19/27MR56/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1½), on 1/0½d Registration Envelope to Melbourne. RO c.1921; PO 11/10/1926.

Richmond (2): ‘RICHMOND removed). PO 1/1/1858.

/1/4MR69/VIC-AUST’ (E.1.

$5 $15 $5 $5 $4 $20 $8


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2803 D A A2

Richmond East: ‘RICHMOND EAST E.1/17JE53/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 1½,1) on 3d Wheat. Replaced Cremorne PO c.-/10/1923; LPO

2804 D A1

Ringwood (1): ‘PAID AT RINGWOOD/3D-18MR55/VIC.’. [Rated PPP] PO 2/8/1875; renamed Ringwood Business Centre BC

2805 * A A2

2806 D A1 2807 D A A1 2808 D A2 2809 D A A12810 D A B2 2811 D A A12812 D A B2 2813 * A A1 2814 D A A2 2815 * A A1 2816 D A1+ 2817 * A A1 2818 D A A1 2819 D A1 2820 D A A1 2821 D A A12822 D B1 2823 * A B1

2824 * A- A1

2825 * A 2826 * A2827 * A A2

2828 D A1 2829 D A B2 2830 D A A2 2831 D A A2 2832 D A B1 2833 * A A1 2834 D A1 2835 * B B1

2836 * A A1 2837 D A A1 2838 D A B1

2/7/1993.

8/5/1994.

‘RELIEF/15OC68/93/VIC-AUST’ on

Ringwood Heights: 5c & 25c on cover with blue provisional registration label. [Issued with relief when PO opened - recorded used 14-15/10/1968.] PO

2839 D A2 $8 $30

14/10/1968; closed 3/12/1990.

$25

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

$25

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

Rockbank (1): ‘ ROCKBANK/26JY57/VIC-AUST’ (T.O. removed) on 4d lake QEII . [Rated PPP - known used for less than 4 months] PO 1/1/1862; closed 1/7/1996. $100 Rosanna East: ‘ROSANNA EAST /9JY69/VIC-AUST’. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/4/1960, provisionally closed 13/1/1973; closed 9/3/1973. $65 Rosebud West: ‘ROSEBUD WEST/19AU59/VIC-AUST’ on 4d red QEII (cut-to-shape). PO 12/1/1938; LPO 10/8/1993; closed c.1996. $8 Ross Bridge: ‘ROSS BRIDGE/??????/VIC’ on 4d lake QEII. PO 21/11/1873; closed 2/3/1962. $30 Rowville (1): ‘ROWVILLE/10M-14AU85/VIC 3178’ (LRD) on 2c. [Rated PPP] RO 20/12/1905; PO 1/7/1927; closed 19/2/1987. $30 Rubicon: ‘RUBICON/1?MY58/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20, on 1d & 3d QEII. RO 1/7/1926; PO c.1927; closed 16/6/1964. $15 Scoresby (2): ‘SCORESBY/19MR84/VIC 3179’ & ‘RELIEF/ 1FE84/88/VIC-AUST’, on 5c & 25c cover. PO 1/2/1984; LPO 13/10/ 1994. $8 Seaford: double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/24DEC1980/SEAFORD, VIC. 3198’ (52x32½mm) on 10c Parrot. [The first offered by us] PO 6/3/1914; LPO 4/5/1998. $30 - ‘SEAFORD/1MAY1998/VIC 3198’, on 45c on Alexander closure of Corporate Post Office cover. $5 - ‘SEAFORD/PAID/12DE75/VIC-AUST-3198’ in red. [The first offered by us] $10 Seymour (1): framed ‘SEYMOUR/JY6/98/VICTORIA’ on ½d yellow Wrapper. PO 1/7/1844; renamed Seymour West PO 15/3/1911. $12 Seymour Mail Centre: ‘RELIEF/5AU86/91/VIC-AUST’ (Only recorded date) on 3c Frog. MC 13/11/1977. $6 Shepparton (2): ‘SHEPPARTON/PAID/11JL78/VIC-AUST-3630’ in red. [Used for less than 12 months] PO 1/5/1858. $15 Silvan: 28½mm ‘SILVAN/8JL30/VIC’ (arcs 8,8) on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Wandin South PO 20/8/1913; LPO 10/3/1994. $20 Simmie: ‘SIMMIE/4FE58/VIC-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII (cut-toshape). RO 17/3/1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/11/1967. $40 Skipton: ‘SKIPTON/PAID/2P-4OC82/VIC-AUST-3361’ in red. [Recorded for about 2 years] PO 6/3/1858; LPO 10/8/1993. $8 Smythesdale: ‘SMYTHESDALE/24NO69/VIC-AUST’ WWW #60B on 1c brown QEII (cut-to-shape) on black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Renamed from Smythe’s Creek PO c.1864; LPO 19/8/ 1993. $10 Somers R.A.A.F. P.O.: ‘R.A.A.F.P.O.SOMERS/20JY41/VICAUST’ (arcs 2,1½) on 1d green QE on cover with straight-line ‘DEPARTMENT OF AIR/CONCESSION POSTAGE’ handstamp. PO 11/9/1940; closed 30/6/1946. $30 Sorrento: Tinted PPC of ‘St Paul’s Rocks, Back Beach Sorrento’, used. PO 10/1/1871. $12 - multi-coloured PPC ‘St. Paul’s Bay, Back Beach, Sorrento’, franked with 1d pink, cancelled with part unframed duplex ‘SORRENTO/JA4/07/VICTORIA - 73[0]’ (A2), minor toned areas. $12 South Eastern Mail Centre: partly-overlapping 44x28mm double-oval ‘SOUTH EASTERN SUBURBAN MAIL CENTRE/ TAXING/14FEB1997/SECTION/VIC. 3176’ and ‘SOUTH EAST M.C./6 P.M./14FEB1997/VIC. 3176’ (WWW# 7) on stampless window-faced Australian Biomedical long cover with ‘UNDERPAID/POSTAGE/COLLECTED FROM SENDER’ datestamp. MC 27/11/1990; replaced by Scoresby Business Centre BC $12 1/7/1999. Southland Centre: ‘SOUTHLAND CENTRE/PAID/6AU71/VICAUST 3192’ in red. PO 3/9/1968. $6 Speewa: ‘SPEEWA/16DE36/VIC’, on 2d red KGV (cut-toshape). RO 2/8/1924; PO 1/7/1927; renamed Speewa, nsw PO 20/10/ $80 1964. Spencer Street R.S.: 32mm ‘SPENCER ST TEL.OFFICE/ 27JUN67/V.R’ on piece. [Rated PPP] TO c.-/10/1861; PO c.1886; $40 closed 31/8/1977. Springmount: ‘SPRINGMOUNT/31AU77/VIC’ (Closing Day) on 4c Stinger. PO 4/2/1878; closed 31/8/1977. $8 Springvale North: ‘SPRINGVALE NORTH/29AU74/VIC.AUST’, on 7c Agate. PO 1/3/1946; closed 12/4/1978. $10 St. Arnaud: ‘ST ARNAUD/26FEB1999/VIC AUST 3478’, on Alexander 27c PSE Closure of St Arnaud Corporate Post Office cover. PO 1/2/1856; LPO 1/3/1999. $5 - ‘PAID AT ST AR[N]AUD/— 21OC64/VIC-AUST’ (Price turned off) in red. $12 St. Helier: unframed ‘ST HELIER/FE15/08/VICTORIA’ arrival on W. Richards coloured PPC of ‘Lascelles Street, Hopetoun’, sent from Stawell, a little spotty. Rare. Renamed from Fern Hill PO 1/8/ $40 1896; RO 31/8/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1960. St. Kilda (2): ‘ST KILDA S.2./25NO61/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 2½,2½) on 5d Xmas on 8th VPA Congress cover. Renamed from Windsor PO $20 1/7/1858; closed 2/2/2001. - ‘ST KILDA S.2./23NO57/VIC-AUST’ (arcs 4,2 - VPA Congress) in green on 3½d Xmas. $6 St. Kilda Junction: ‘ST KILDA JUNCTION S.2./20AP60/VICAUST’ on 5d blue QEII. PO 1/9/1936; closed 30/11/1993. $8

2840 D B12841 D A B1 2842 D A B2 2843 * A B1

Page 39 S.2/12NOON-20C65/VIC.’

St. Kilda R.S.: ‘PAID AT ST. KILDA RLY. in red. Renamed from St. Kilda West PO 1/10/1886; replaced by St. Kilda

West PO 24/10/1970.

St. Kilda Road: light ‘ST KILDA ROAD/PAID/330P28MR85/VIC AUST 3004’ in red. [Recorded used for less than 1 year.] Stanhope: 32mm ‘STANHOPE/19JUL1990/VIC. 3623’ (8DL) in violet, on 1c Living Together. Renamed from Lauderdale PO 1/8/ 1920; LPO 1/11/1993.

Stanhope South: ‘STANHOPE SOUTH/■?JY57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d lake QEII. [A copy sold for $95 in Auction 47] PO 1/9/1927;

closed 31/5/1961.

2844 D A1

State Mail Centre: ‘STATE MAIL CENTRE/PAID/ 11P13FE86/AT/VIC 3000’ in red, on cover addressed to Myer Melbourne. MC c.-/9/1984. Stawell (2): ‘STAWELL/6AP38/VIC’ (arcs 5,5½). Renamed from

2845 D A A2

Stewart: ‘STEWART/19MR41/VIC-AUST’ on ½d Roo. PO 2/8/

2846 D A A2 2847 D A A1 2848 S A A2 2849 D A A1 2850 D A1 2851 D A A1 2852 * A- B1 2853 D A1 2854 * A B2 2855 * A 2856 D A A2 2857 D A A1 2858 D A A2 2859 * A 2860 * A 2861 D A A1 2862 D A A1 2863 D A A1 2864 * A A1 2865 D A B2 2866 * A 2867 * A A1

Quartz Reef, Stawell PO 1/7/1870.

2874 D A B2 2875 D A1+ 2876 * A A2 2877 * A 2878 * A 2879 * A 2880 * A

$15 $8

$80

Streatham: ‘STREATHAM/23SE47/VIC.-AUST.’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Fiery Creek PO 1/1/1854; LPO 1/3/1994. Summerfield (1): ‘[SUM]MERFIELD/19JY32/VIC.’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PPP] Renamed from Neilborough North PO 1/11/1924; closed 27/2/1965.

Sunbury: ‘SUNBURY/10FE78/VIC.’ (LRD) on 6c Chrysoprase. PO

13/1/1858.

Sunshine (2): ‘SUNSHINE/PAID/13AP78/VIC-AUST-3020’ in red. [Recorded for 12 months only] Renamed from Sunshine South PO

c.1910.

Surrey Hills: ‘SURREY HILLS/2/15NO76/VIC-AUST’, on 4c red QEII. PO 1/10/1884; LPO 21/6/1993. Swan Hill: 29mm ‘SWAN HILL/15JY37/VIC.’ (A1 backstamp, arcs 6½,6½) on 3d blue KGV & 2d red KGVI on cover (openedout and 2 ink stains) with blue registration label. PO 1/2/1849. - ‘SWAN HILL/PAID/3P27JY90/VIC-AUST-3585’ in red. Sylvester: light ‘SYLVESTER N.18/13AP56/VIC-AUST’ on 2/5d Registered Envelope with blue label. PO 1/3/1950; LPO 27/10/1993. Tabilk (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1973. Renamed from

Tabilk R.S. PO 19/8/1918; closed 30/12/1992.

Tallangatta East: ‘TALLANGATTA EAST/1AU??/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Tallangatta PO 14/4/1955; closed 26/2/

$5 $80 $5 $20 $5 $12 $6 $20 $5

1958.

$50 $60

12/6/1956.

$40

- ‘TALLANGATTA EAST/10MY57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Koala. Tandarook: ‘TANDAROOK/11MY42/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). RO 1/10/1921; PO 2/2/1925; TO 1/12/1955; closed

Tangambalanga: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. RO 1/12/1911; PO c.1915; LPO 8/2/1993.

$5

Hochkirch PO 1/3/1918; LPO 31/5/1994.

$5

PO 1/2/1881; LPO 12/9/1994.

$6

1/1/1867; closed c.-/5/1994.

$6 $5

Tarrington: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. Renamed from Tarwin Lower: ‘TARWIN LOWER/6NO24/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. Tatyoon: ‘TATYOON/15SE59/VIC-AUST’, on 4d red QEII. PO

- ‘TATYOON/1N26JY90/VIC 3378’, on 1c Living Together. Tawonga South: ‘TAWONGA SOUTH LPO/2JUN1997/362386/ VIC 3698’, on 45c on Alexander Counter dates Stamps of Victoria cover. TO 10/2/1930; PO 15/4/1943; LPO 1/7/1993. Telford (2): ‘TELFORD/28??71/VIC-AUST’ in violet on 1c brown QEII. TO c.1910; PO c.1917; closed 20/11/1971. - black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Tempy: ‘TEMPY/14MR57/VIC-AUST’ on 4d Koala on cover. RO

$5 $15 $5

18/7/1910; PO 1/3/1916; LPO 30/4/1993.

$10

29/8/1994.

$30

- ‘RELIEF/21MR87/95/VIC-AUST’ beneath Clayton South slogan cancel on long APO cover. The Heart (3): black & white photo of PO taken 1971. TO 3/10/

2873 D B B1

$80

1958.

2869 * A A1

2872 D A1

$6

$10

The Basin: 2 strikes of ‘THE BASIN/21DE51/VIC’ on 9d Registered envelope and ½d Roo & 6d Kookaburra with blue label and ‘Air Mail’ sent to Tatts. RO c.1902; PO 20/10/1915; LPO

2871 D A A2

$15

1937; closed 22/7/1994.

Stonehaven: ‘STONEHAVEN/21DE56/VIC’ on 3½d red QEII and ½d Roo. [Rated PPP] RO 30/9/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 14/7/

2868 * A B2

2870 * A

$8

1924; PO 1/1/1927; RO 18/4/1927; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/9/1951.

The Pines: ‘THE PINES/PAID/11A-5JY93/VIC AUST 3109’ (LRD) in black. PO 28/10/1986; LPO 14/6/1993. Thornbury: ‘PAID AT THORNBURY/3FE72/VIC-AUST’ in red. PO

$10 $5 $6

c.-/4/1911; LPO 23/8/1993.

$8

28/11/1994.

$8

Thornbury North: ‘THORNBURY NTH/20NO47/VIC.AUST’ on 1d Princess pair (perfs along top cut-off). PO 21/12/1936; LPO

Tidal River Camp: ‘TIDAL RIVER CAMP/??????/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d brown KGVI. TO 26/12/1947; PO 1/11/1954; renamed Tidal

River PO c.-/1/1965.

Timboon (3): pictorial 35½x45mm ‘TIMBOON/VICTORIA 3268/ (The Twelve Apostles)/24AUG1994/The Roadway into/Port Campbell’ (9DL). PO 7/3/1887; LPO 3/9/1996. Tintaldra: unframed ‘TINTALDRA/DE24/06/VICTORIA’ on 1d pink on coloured PPC of ‘Scene at Mordialloc’. PO 1/1/1867; LPO

7/4/1994.

Tittybong: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 1/1/1884;

$50 $5 $20

RO 16/9/1904; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/3/1968.

$5

7/11/1879; closed 28/10/1955.

$5

c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1952.

$5

PO 1/3/1913; closed 15/6/1977.

$5

Tomahawk Creek: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. PO Toolamba West (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1972. RO Toolondo: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. RO 1/6/1908;


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2887 D A A1 2888 D A A1 2889 * A 2890 * A A2 2891 * A 2892 * A- B1 2893 * A A1 2894 D A B1 2895 * A 2896 * A A1 2897 D A A12898 D A A2 2899 * A 2900 * A A1

Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Torrita: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Renamed from

Nyang PO 1/9/1921; closed 3/1/1984.

Tostaree: ‘TOSTAREE/??DE37/VIC.’ on 2d NSW Sesquicentenary. Renamed from Hospital Creek RO 13/7/1917; PO

1/2/1923; TO 1/12/1949; closed 3/12/1970.

Tragowel: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. PO c.-/6/1878; closed 5/11/1976.

Turriff West: ‘TURRIFF WEST/2?MY46/VIC’ on 2½d Peace. [Very rare] RO 15/12/1925; PO 1/7/1927; closed 21/6/1958. Tynong: 28½mm ‘TYNONG/-7AU36/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. PO 1/11/1882; LPO 1/7/1993.

Tyson’s Reef: ‘TYSON’S REEF/23FE56/VIC-AUST’ (B1 backstamp) on 1/0½d QEII Registered Letter with typed provisional registration label on cover to Tatts. PO 1/9/1953; LPO 12/2/1994; closed 12/8/1994.

- ‘TYSON’S REEF/11JY61/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII. Undera: ‘UNDERA/6JY73/VIC-AUST’ in violet on 7c Famous Australian. PO 24/8/1875; LPO 3/11/1993. Underbool: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. RO 15/7/1912; PO 16/12/1912; LPO 14/10/1994.

‘UPFIELD/8JE78/VIC

Upfield (1): ‘ (‘3061’ removed) on 18c PSE. PO 11/6/1963; closed c.1991. - black & white photo of PO taken 1967. Upper Ferntree Gully: ‘UPPER FERN TREE GULLY/■7OC47/ VIC’ (sic, recut), on 2½d Shortland on opened-out Sunball cover. PO 25/4/1890; LPO 26/8/1993.

- ‘FERNTREE GULLY UP/PAID/5PM18DE80/VIC-AUST-3156’, (sic) in red on cover addressed to Myer, Melbourne. Upper Morrison: ‘UPPER MORRISON/18JY55/VIC.’ on 3½d red QEII. RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/12/1968. Upper Thomson: black & white photo of PO taken 1972. PO 19/8/1969; closed 30/9/1977.

Upper Yarra Dam: ‘UPPER YARRA DAM/30MR54/VIC-AUST’ on 3½d QEII PSE, Tatt’ cover. Replaced Walsh’s Creek PO 15/12/ 1949; closed 30/6/1965.

- ‘UPPER YARRA DAM/19JY57/VIC-AUST’ on 1d purple & 3d green QEII perf ‘VG’. Valencia Creek (2): ‘VALENCIA CREEK/9JA71/VIC-3860’ on 6c orange QEII. [Rated PPP] PO 11/8/1900; closed 31/5/1974. Vectis South: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Renamed

from Vectis South State School RO c.1907; PO 1/1/1927; closed 27/2/ 1965.

2901 D A A1-

Vermont (2): ‘VERMONT/■1NO47/VIC’ on 2½d Shortland on Sunball cover. PO 1/7/1899; LPO 13/4/1993. Vervale: ‘VERVALE/24JY60/VIC.’ on 5d blue QEII. [Rated PPP]

2902 D A B2

Vesper: ‘VESPER/????4?/VIC.’ on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed

2903 * A B2

2904 D A B1 2905 D A2 2906 * A 2907 D A1+ 2908 * A 2909 D A1+ 2910 D A A1 2911 * A 2912 * A 2913 * A- A2 2914 * A 2915 D A B1 2916 * A 2917 D A A2

$60 $5 $40

MARKET/PAID/5P1?OC81/VIC-AUST-3000’

- ‘VICTORIA (arcs 4,4½) in red. 5-5AP84 - ‘VICTORIA MARKET/PAID/ /VIC-AUST-3000’ (decade wheel inverted as always - arcs 5,5) in red. [Recorded for 5 months only] Victoria Park: black & white photo of PO taken 1972. RO c.1902; PO 1/1/1927; closed 31/5/1950.

Violet Town (2): 60½x38mm pictorial oval ‘VIOLET TOWN/VIC 3669/[flowers]/21SEP1999/TOWN OF FLOWERS’ (9DL - LRD).

2925 * A

2927 * A A1

$6

2928 * A

$5

2929 D A A2

$8 $5

2930 * A

$15 $10 $25 $5 $30 $15 $25 $5 $10

$50

1917; replaced by A’Beckett Street PO 30/6/1989.

2924 D A A1

$70 $30

from Tooronga RO 14/3/1921; PO 1/1/1927; TO 29/9/1959; closed 1/12/ 1961.

Victoria Market: ‘VIC.MARKET AUS[T]’ (A2 backstamp) on 2/5d Banksia with blue registration label on cover to Kew. Renamed from Elizabeth Street North PO c.-/7/

2923 D A C2

2926 * A- B2

$60

MELB.C.1./26AP63/4/VIC-

2922 * A- B2

$8

Renamed from Kirwan’s PO 23/8/1917; closed 28/7/1967.

2931 * A A2

$8 $20 $5

2934 * A 2935 * A A1

Renamed from Wallan Wallan East PO c.-/6/1909; LPO 1/3/1994.

Wallan Wallan East (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1972. Renamed from Wallan Wallan R.S. PO c.-/6/1909; closed 7/8/1992.

Walpa: ‘WALPA/12JL18/VIC’ on 1d red KGV (cut-to-shape).

Renamed from Burstoff’s Store RO 20/10/1905; PO 3/3/1914; closed 31/10/1973. Walpeup: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. RO 1/12/1911; PO 16/12/1912; LPO 23/5/1994.

Walsh’s Creek (3): ‘WALSH’S CREEK/2MR48/VIC-AUST’ on 2½d Shortland. [Rated PPPP] PO 1/5/1946; replaced by Upper Yarra

2918 D A A2+ Wandiligong (1): ‘WANDILIGONG/12SEP34/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Growler’s Creek PO 25/1/1875; closed 19/1/1994.

‘WANDIN/23SE60/VIC-AUST’

Wandin (2): WWW #20 on 5d Guiding Jubilee (cut-to-shape). [Rated PP] Renamed from Peacock’s Jam Factory RO c.1908; PO 1/5/1916; closed 30/11/1964.

2920 * A

Wandin North (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. RO

2921 * A- A2

Wandong: unframed ‘WANDONG/SE27/04/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 tied by BN ‘958’ on 1d pink pair (faults) on Tattts cover (pin hole). PO 9/10/1876; LPO 18/8/1993.

c.1909; PO 1/5/1916; LPO 1/9/1994.

$10 $5 $20 $5 $120 $10 $35 $5 $25

PO c.1954.

Warracknabeal: black & white photo of PO taken 1972. Renamed from Werracknebeal PO 17/2/1885; LPO 30/3/1998.

2940 * A A2 2941 S A A2

2945 S A A2 2946 D A C2 2947 D A1

2951 * A 2952 D A1 2953 D A B2 2954 D A B2

2959 * A 2960 D A A1-

$150 $5 $5

$30 $5 $6 $40 $5 $30 $20

LPO 16/9/1993.

$10

Warrandyte South: black & white photo of PO taken 1968.

Renamed from Warrandyte South State School RO c.1907; PO 1/7/1927; closed 13/12/1990.

$5 $15 $6 $25 $5 $8 $10 $8 $10

PO c.1934; LPO 22/9/1993.

$8

from Diamond Creek Upper PO 1/11/1922; closed 4/4/1975.

$5

Waurn Ponds: ‘WAU[RN P]ONDS/31JL24/VIC.’ (arcs 2½,3) WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV. PO 1/12/1871; closed 9/3/1968. Weatherboard (2): ‘WEATHERBO[ARD]/16SE46/VIC-AU[ST]’ WWW #10A on 2½d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated PPP] RO 1/8/1920; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/10/1969.

Wedderburn: ‘WEDDERBURN/PAID/27JE75/VIC-AUST 3518’ WWW #140A in red. Renamed from Kerang PO 29/7/1858; LPO 2/6/ 1997.

Weering: ‘WEERING/8JL26/VIC.’ WWW #20 on 1½d red KGV.

$25 $50 $8

PO 1/10/1882, provisionally closed 9/4/1958; closed 31/5/1958.

$50 $35

closed 31/10/1969.

$15

- ‘WEERING/19DE34/VIC.’ WWW #20 on 3d Vic Centenary. Welshman’s Reef: ‘WELSHMAN’S REEF/2SP63/VIC’ (small decade wheel) WWW #20B on 5d blue QEII. PO 11/10/1861;

Wemen: black & white photo of PO taken 1973. RO 24/11/1924;

PO 1/7/1927, provisionally closed 24/6/1974; closed 28/6/1974.

Wendouree: ‘WENDOUREE/PAID/6NO78/VIC-AUST-3355’ WWW #210A in red. PO 17/2/1871. Werneth: ‘WERNETH/8AP60/VIC’ WWW #10B on 5d blue QEII. [The first offered by us] RO 22/4/1909; PO 23/1/1915; closed c.-/11/

1964.

- ‘WERNETH/????60/VIC’ WWW #10B on 5d blue QEII (cut-toshape). 2955 * A B1 Werribee: ‘WERRIBEE/16MR65/VIC’ (arcs 3,4) WWW #30A on 5d green QEII & 2/- Flower on Tatts cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Wyndham PO 1/11/1904; closed c.1992. 2956 * A A1 Werribee South: ‘WERRIBEE SOUTH/26OC56/VIC’ on 4d Koala. Renamed from Duncan’s Road PO 19/7/1926; closed 7/6/1973. 2957 D A A2+ Western Camp (2): ‘WESTERN CAMP/24JA53/VIC.’ (small decade wheel) WWW #10 on 3½d Jamboree. RO 16/4/1924; PO 2958 D A2

$25

29/8/1975.

Wattle Glen: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Renamed

2938 * A 2939 D A B1

2949 S A B2 2950 D A A2

$5

Warburton (3): ‘LICENSED POST OFFICE/*/1JUL1998/*/ WARBURTON VIC 3799’, on Alexander 45c PSE opening of LPO cover. - Black & white PPC ‘Lovers Retreat, Warburton’, real photo, unused. PO c.1884; LPO 30/6/1998. Wareek State School: ‘WAREEK STATE SCHOOL/26MR32/ VIC’ on 1d green KGV pair. RO c.1905; PO c.1923; renamed Wareek

2944 * A

2937 * A A2

$5

closed 26/2/1993.

closed 1/1/1906.

2943 D A A2

2936 * A A1

2948 D A A1-

Wallan Wallan (2): ‘WALLAN WALLAN/3NO67/VIC’ on 5c Thornbill on cover (damaged flap) addressed to Melbourne.

Waranga Basin (1): framed ‘WARANGA BASIN/MY30/04/V[IC]’ on face of registered Tatts cover (pin holes) with 2d violet pair & 1d pink cancelled with 2 strikes of ‘R’-in-circle. PO 12/2/1903;

Warrnambool: ‘WARRNAMBOOL/13JL35/VIC’ (arcs 4,4) WWW #120A on 5d brown KGV on cover with black & blue registration label (type C5A) addressed to Myer. PO 1/1/1849. - ‘WARRNAMBOOL/31MAR1995/VIC. 3280’, on 45c on Alexander Western Victoria Postmarkers cover. - ‘MONEY ORDER WARRNAMBOOL/10MY37/VIC’ on 1d green QE & 2d red KGVI on unaddressed Official FDC (few minor tone spots). - black & white photo of temporary PO taken 1969. Warrnambool East: ‘WARRNAMBOOL EAST/20AP65/VICAUST’ WWW #10A on 2/5d Banksia. PO 14/3/1946; LPO 2/8/1994. - 40½mm ‘WARRNAMBOOL EAST/-2FEB1993/VIC. 3280’ (no arcs), WWW #20, on 45c Xmas on Guide Dogs cover. Watchem: unframed ‘WATCHEM/FE10/10/VI[CTO]RIA’ on 1d pink pair. PO 2/11/1889; LPO 20/5/1994. Watchupga: ‘WATCHUPGA/15JE69/VIC’ (dateline moved to left) WWW #20C on 1c brown QEII. PO 23/7/1900; closed 29/2/1972. Watsonia: ‘WATSONIA/14SE59/VIC.’ WWW #10B on 4d red QEII.

$5

$8 $5

1913; PO 1/7/1927; closed 7/11/1977.

Warrandyte: ‘WARRANDYTE/18AP68/VIC-AUST’ WWW #40A in violet on 5c blue QEII on cover to Eltham Shire. PO 1/8/1857;

LPO 1/11/1993.

Walhalla: pictorial ‘Walhalla/VIC 3825/27SEP1995/[building]’ (8DL). Renamed from Stringer’s Creek PO 25/3/1868; LPO 1/7/1993. - ‘RELIEF/15MY85/NO 29.’, on 10c Desert Pea. [Used 15/5/8512/6/85] - black & white photo of PO taken 1971. Wallace: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. PO 2/2/1885;

Wannon: ‘WANNON/30MY77/VICTORIA’ WWW #20B on 18c Flower. PO 11/2/1861; closed 31/12/1982. Wantirna (1): black & white photo of PO taken 1968. RO 1/11/

2933 * A A2

$5

Waaia: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 17/12/1888;

Docker’s Plains PO 6/8/1895; closed 31/3/1968.

2932 D A A2

2942 D A A2 $15

Wangaratta: ‘WANGARATTA/15JA21/VIC’ (arcs 7,7½) on 2d orange KGV on mourning cover (roughly opened) with printed sympathy note included. Renamed from Ovens PO 1/1/1854. Wangaratta North: ‘WANGARATTA NORTH/6SE64/VIC’ on 5d green QEII. [Rated PPPP - the first offered by us] Renamed from

Warragul: unframed ‘M.O&S.B/DE31/06/WARRAGUL’ alongside 1d pink on PPC. PO 16/3/1877. Warrak (2): ‘WARRAK/25JA5?/VIC’ WWW #20A on 3½d SA Stamp Centenary. PO 26/5/1898; RO 1/2/1916; PO 1/7/1927; closed

PO 1/2/1859; LPO 3/5/1993.

Dam PO 15/12/1949.

2919 D A A2

$5

1/7/1927; closed 20/1/1968.

Western Mail Centre: 24-hr violet ‘RECEIVED/8OCT1991/ MAIL CENTRE/Footscray West/VIC. 3012’ (9DL) WWW #360.

Renamed from Footscray West Mail Centre MC 1/10/1991; closed 19/5/ 1996. Westmere: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. RO 8/9/1913; PO 11/3/1914; closed 28/5/1993.

Wheeler’s Hill: ‘WHEELER’S HILL/10NO54/VIC’ WWW #20B on 3½d red QEII. Renamed from Mulgrave PO 1/4/1888; LPO 20/5/ 1993.

$5 $8 $50 $50 $15 $12 $15

$10 $5 $6


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 2961 D A A1 2962 * A 2963 * A A2

2964 S A B3 2965 S A A2 2966 S A B2 2967 * A B1 2968 S A A2 2969 * A- B2

White Hills: ‘WHITE HILLS/4JL41/VIC’ WWW #30 on 2d red KGVI. PO 21/8/1857; LPO 5/2/1994. Whitfield: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Renamed from Upper King River PO 1/10/1889; LPO 21/3/1994.

WHITTLESEA/26JA82/VIC-AUST’

Whittlesea: ‘PAID AT (price removed and date centred) WWW #110C in red on window faced Goding Welding & Machinery cover. Replaced Plenty PO c./1/1864; LPO 2/4/1994.

Whorouly South: ‘WHOROU[L]Y S[OUT]H/7AU[34]/[VIC]’ on 2d Vic Centenary. [Rated PPP] RO 27/7/1920; closed 30/9/1947. Wickliffe (2): 24mm unframed ‘WICKLIFFE/AU19/04/ VICTOR[IA]’ on 1d pink. PO 1/3/1856; closed 29/4/1988. Wickliffe Road R.S.: unframed ‘WICKLIFFE ROAD STN/ AP4/01/VIC’ in blue on 1d pink. PO c.-/1/1878; renamed Willaura PO 16/10/1905.

Willaura: ‘WILLAURA/21AP75/VIC-AUST’ WWW #40 (arcs 8,8½) on 10c Environment on cover to Melbourne. Renamed from

Wickliffe Road R.S. PO 16/10/1905; LPO 16/4/1993.

Williamstown (1): framed ‘WILLIAMSTOWN/SE30/13/VIC’ WWW #90B on 1d Roo. PO 1/3/1850; closed 24/8/1979. Williamstown (2): ‘WILLIAMSTOWN/16JAN1990/VIC. 3016’ WWW #77 on 1c Sports, 75c & $1 Living Together (faults) on long cover with small ‘PRIORITY PAID’ label. Replaced Williamstown Central PO 24/8/1979.

2970 D A A1+ - ‘WILLIAMSTOWN/(MO)/9JUN1988/VIC. 3016’ WWW #420 (arcs 4,4) on 1c Lizard. 2971 D A B1 Williamstown Central: ‘WILLIAMSTOWN CENTRAL/22NO61/ VIC.AUST.’ WWW #10A on 5d Xmas. PO 1/11/1945; replaced by 2972 D A A2 2973 * A B2 2974 * A 2975 S A A2 2976 S A B2 2977 * A- A2 2978 * B A2 2979 D A12980 * A 2981 * A 2982 S A B2 2983 * A A1 2984 * A A2 2985 D B1 2986 * B A2

2987 D A A12988 D A A1 2989 * A B1 2990 S A B2 2991 D A A2 2992 * A 2993 S A A2 2994 * A A1 2995 * A A1 2996 * A 2997 S A A2 2998 D A A1

Williamstown PO 24/8/1979.

‘WILLIAMSTOWN.CENTRAL.W.16/16MR63/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20A on 2d QEII. Williamstown North: ‘WILLIAMSTOWN NORTH/4JL57/VIC’ (B1 backstamp) WWW #20A on 1/7d brown QEII on Electrolux cover with blue registration label. PO 1/4/1878; closed 1/12/1980. Willow Grove: black & white photo of PO taken 1970. PO 9/11/ 1889; LPO 8/6/1993.

Willung: ‘WILLUNG/12DE34/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d Vic Centenary. PO 2/8/1880; TO 1/12/1950; closed 7/6/1956. - ‘WILLUNG/■3SE35/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2d Jubilee. Winchelsea: ‘WINCHELSEA/M.O./20SEP1990/VIC. 3241’ WWW #260, on Guide Dogs cover. Renamed from Barwon PO 1/1/ 1854; LPO 23/5/1994.

Windsor (2): 22mm unframed ‘WINDSOR/FE26/02/VICTORIA’ WWW #30 on 5d brown on registered Tatts cover (spike hole through stamp and cover). PO c.-/8/1886; LPO 4/10/1993. - ‘PAID AT WINDSOR /10AU70/VIC-AUST’ WWW #410B (‘S.1.’ removed) in red. Winiam (2): black & white photo of PO taken 1970. RO c.1902;

$5 $5

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

$12 $8 $8 $8 $15 $5 $35 $30

2999 D A A2 3000 * A 3001 D B1 3002 * A A2 3003 * A 3004 * A A2 3005 * A A1 3006 * A B2 3007 D A A13008 D A2 3009 * A A2

3010 * A B2 3011 D B A1 3012 D A A1

3015 D B B2

$12

3016 * A A2

$6

closed 11/8/1988.

$5

3018 D A A1

$70

1987.

$10

Wodonga: 49mm 12-hr clock ‘WODO[N]GA/24DEC1993/VIC. 3690’ (9DL) WWW #195A, on 40c Xmas on long cover. Renamed

from Belvoir PO 26/7/1869.

- ‘PAID AT WODONGA/14JE74/VIC’ WWW #1110D in red. Wodonga South: 2 strikes of ‘WODONGA STH/13FE57/VICAUST’ (A1 backstamp) on 4d Koala, 6d Kooka & 9d Platypus on Tatts cover (parts of flap missing) with blue provisional label and 43½x25½mm violet rectangle ‘REGISTRATION SECTION/ 13FEB1957/WODONGA’ (B1 - WWW#1410) backstamp. PO

$30 $8

3019 * A

3022 * A 3023 S A C2 3024 D A A1-

3026 * A 3027 D A B2

$5

3028 D A B1

1/7/1927; TO 16/2/1968; closed 30/6/1970.

- ‘WONYIP/16JE60/VIC.-AUST.’ WWW #20B on 5d blue QEII. [A B1 copy sold in sale 47 for $90] Wood Wood: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 17/12/ 1900; closed 30/6/1987.

Woodend (2): unframed ‘WOODEND/JA29/10/V[ICTO]RIA’ WWW #70 on 1d Postage Due. PO 1/11/1856; LPO 4/5/1998. - ‘RELIEF/13OC82/96/VIC-AUST’ on 27c on cover. [Used 5/10/ 1982-17/1/1983.] - ‘RELIEF/20MY83/96/VIC-AUST’ on 27c on cover. [Used 2/02/ 1983-30/05/1983.] Woodfield: black & white photo of PO taken 1977. Renamed from Woodfield R.S. PO c.1925; closed 30/6/1981.

Woodfield R.S.: framed ‘WOODFIELD RY STN/JA27/15/VIC’ on 1d red KGV. PO 22/6/1891; renamed Woodfield PO c.1925. Woodleigh Vale: ‘WOODLEIGH VALE/7MR44/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20A on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Woodleigh State

School PO 24/7/1905; closed 29/8/1980.

$15 $100 $80 $5 $6 $6 $8 $5 $30 $10

30/7/1990.

Werribee PO 1/11/1904.

Hildebrand RO 19/7/1907; PO 1/7/1911; closed 15/7/1967.

Yabba North: ‘YABBA NOR[TH]/24MY35/VIC’ on faulty 2d Jubilee. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Catotown PO c.-/8/1901;

3025 D A A2

3029 * A A13030 D B1 3031 * B A1

3032 D A A1 3033 * A B1 3034 * A 3035 D A A2 3036 S A B2 3037 D A A1 3038 D A1

$40 $5 $30 $8 $5 $20 $6 $15 $25 $8

$30 $50 $6 $6

$60 $5

closed 12/12/1967.

$50

PO 13/6/1856; LPO 5/7/1993.

$60

Yackandandah: 46x28mm double-oval ‘Post Office/ 18JUN1936/Yackandandah’ (A1 backstamp) in violet on 5d brown KGV with blue registration label, addressed to Melbourne. Yalca: framed ‘YALCA/MR8/23/VICTORIA’ WWW #10 on 2d red KGV. PO 9/9/1879; closed 23/8/1957. Yallourn (2): ‘YALLOURN/5-P28JY78/VIC-3838’ WWW #80B on 5c Dotterel. Renamed from Western Camp PO 8/10/1923; closed 31/1/

$15

1980.

$5

LPO 14/12/1993.

$5

Yan Yean R.S. PO c.1907; closed 12/1/1974.

$5

Yanac North PO 15/7/1920; LPO 30/5/1994; closed 2/6/2000. Yanakie: black & white photo of PO taken 1971. PO 5/12/1892; RO 30/11/1918; PO 1/7/1927; TO 1/11/1930; closed 31/7/1952.

$5

Yambuk: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 1/3/1859;

Yanac (2): ‘YANAC/13JA72/VIC’ on 7c purple QEII. Renamed from

$25

- ‘WONTHAGGI/2/4AP59/VIC-AUST’ (better backstamp) WWW #134A on 1/7d QEII Registered Letter with blue registration label. Wonyip: ‘R.O. WONYIP/2?DE21/[VIC]’ WWW #10A on 2d orange KGV. [A copy sold in sale 41 for $125] RO 5/11/1905; PO

- 2 strikes of ‘WORLD TRADE CENTRE/5-P-3JA84/VIC 3005’, on 60c & $1 Butterflies & $2 Painting with blue registration label. - ‘MONEY ORDER TELLER/19SEP1988/WORLD TRADE CENTRE VIC 3005’ (8DL) in violet on 37c Living Together. - 12-hr clock ‘PRIORITY/PAID/4SEP1986/World Trade Centre/ Vic. 3005’ (8DL) in violet. Wulgulmerang: 6 strikes of ‘WULGULMERANG/8JE69/VIC.’ (A1 backstamp) on 4c red QEII, 6c Honeyeater & 5c Paterson block of 4 on Brown cover with typed provisional blue registration label. PO 10/7/1889; closed 5/6/1971. Wurruk: 4 poor strikes of ‘WURRUK/8OC71/VIC-AUST’ on 1c brown & 25c Orchid x2 on 6c Envelope on Tatts cover with typed provisional registration label. [Rare] PO 1/6/1960; closed 30/6/1977. Wycheproof (3): unframed ‘M.O & S.B/JA17/98/ WYCHEPROOF’ alongside two ‘R’ in circle on 2d violet x2 (fault x1). Renamed from Mount Wycheproof PO 1/4/1884; LPO 27/9/1993. Wychitella (2): 30mm ‘WYCHITELLA/3MY46/VIC’ WWW #20 on 2½d Peace. Renamed from Wychitella R.S. PO 1/6/1912; closed

3021 D A A1

Pioneer Settlement RO c.1908; PO 1/11/1915; closed 31/5/1989. Coal Mine PO 1/8/1910.

15/8/1997.

Yan Yean (3): black & white photo of PO taken 1972. Replaced

$25

Wonthaggi (2): 28mm ‘WONTHAGGI/1/330P17JE13/#—-#/ VIC’ (arcs 4½,4½) WWW #122 on 1d Roo. Renamed from Powlett

World Trade Centre: 2 strikes of ‘WORLD TRADE CENTRE/2P-3JA84/VIC 3005’, on pair 5c & 20c on cover. PO 3/1/1984; closed

3020 * A

25/7/1955; replaced by Birallee Park PO 16/12/1985.

Wonga Park (1): ‘WONGA PARK/12JL33/VIC’ WWW #10 on 2d red KGV. [Recorded 1932-37 only] Renamed from Eight Hour

1866; LPO 12/5/1994.

Wyuna Town: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Replaced

3017 S A B2

Wiseleigh: ‘WISELEIGH/3AP87/VIC’ (closing day) WWW #10B on 36c PSE, unaddressed. RO 23/10/1911; PO 22/4/1914; closed 3/4/

- black & white photo of PO taken 1967. Woomelang: ‘PAID AT WOOMELANG/4D25MR59/VIC.’ WWW #210B in red. PO 10/8/1900; LPO 28/6/1994. Woorinen South: ‘WOORINEN SOUTH/13MY74/VIC’ WWW #10B on 3c green QEII on 4c QEII Envelope addressed to Melbourne. PO 11/8/1921; PO 1/8/1923; LPO 16/7/1993. - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Woorndoo: unframed ‘WOORNDOO/MY30/8/VICTORIA’ (decade missing) on 1d red KGV on cover to England. PO 15/6/

3014 * A

$5

Wirrate: ‘WIRRATE/12MR36/VI[C.]’ on 2d Cable. [Rated PPPP]

1972.

Wyndham: 22½mm unframed ‘WYNDHAM/22SE/02/ VI[CTO]RIA’ WWW #20 tied by two strikes of BN ‘166’ (A2) on 1d pink pair on Shierlaw cover front. PO 12/1/1858; renamed

$8

RO 11/7/1910; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/5/1952.

Woodstock: ‘WOODSTOCK/1?JL40/VIC’ WWW #30A on 2d red KGVI. PO 9/1/1858, provisionally closed 30/9/1971; closed 1/1/

3013 * A B2

PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/8/1968.

Winslow: black & white photo of PO taken 1969. PO 1/1/1865;

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Yando: ‘[Y]ANDO/6AU21/[VIC]’ on 2d orange KGV. [Rated PPPP - the first offered by us] RO c.1902; PO 1/7/1904; closed 31/12/

1930.

Yannathan: ‘YANNATHAN/■3MR31/VIC’ on 2d red KGV. [Rated PP] PO 15/9/1884; closed 31/12/1959. - ‘YANNATHAN/18??50/VIC’ on 2½d red KGVI (cut-to-shape). [Rated PP] - black & white photo of PO taken 1969. Yapeen: ‘YAPEEN/8AU35/VIC’ on 2d Jubilee. PO 25/6/1861; closed 13/11/1965.

Yarck: 29mm ‘YARCK/16AP31/VIC’ (arcs 10,10) on 2d Kingsford Smith. PO c.-/2/1877; LPO 1/2/1994. Yarra Glen: ‘YARRA GLEN/14AU58/VIC’ on ½d Roo on 3½d QEII Shire of Eltham envelope. Renamed from Yarra Flats PO 1/4/

1889; LPO 22/7/1993.

Yarra Junction: ‘YARRA JUNCTION/PAID/7MY76/VIC-AUST3797’ WWW #110A in red. PO 20/11/1901; LPO 10/11/1993. Yarragon: ‘YARRAGON/30AP17/VIC’ (arcs 5½,5) WWW #25A on 1d KGV Post Card (spike hole & small piece missing from lower edge). Renamed from Waterloo, Gippsland PO 20/12/1883; LPO

22/11/1993.

Yarram: ‘YARRAM/18MR37/VIC.’ (arcs 9,9) WWW #5 on 2d red KGV pair. Renamed from Yarram Yarram PO c.1925. - ‘YARRAM/PAID/145P28AU80/VIC-AUST-3971’ WWW #330B in red on Ford, Wight’s Motors, Yarram cover. Yarrambat: black & white photo of PO taken 1968. Renamed from

Tanck’s Corner PO c.1928; LPO 24/3/1994.

Yarrara: ‘YARRARA/23JY34/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2d red KGV.

$5 $70 $30 $25 $5 $60 $12 $15 $8

$15 $5 $12 $5

RO 2/8/1926; PO 1/7/1927; closed 16/6/1978.

$12

1998.

$20

Yarraville: double-oval ‘POST OFFICE/12OCT1940/ YARRAVILLE, W.13’ in violet on 1d AIF pair. PO 1/9/1872; LPO 6/6/

- ‘YARRAVILLE/(1)/5MAY1988/VIC. 3013’ WWW #118 (arcs 3½,3½) in violet on 1c Lizard. - 24-hr clock ‘RECEIVED/06OCT1991/POST OFFICE/ YARRAVILLE, 3013’ (LRD).

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3039 D A1

Yarraville West: ‘YARRAVILLE WEST W.13/16AU49/VICAUST’ WWW #10A on registration piece. PO 2/1/1942; LPO 13/10/

3040 D A A2

Yarrawalla: ‘YARRAWALLA/22FE54/VIC’ on 3½d Royal Visit.

3041 * B A2 3042 * B A2 3043 D B1 3044 D A A2 3045 D A A2 3046 S A A2

1993.

PO 9/8/1877; closed 31/1/1959.

Yarrawonga: ‘POST OFFICE/4/11JUL1995/YARRAWONGA, VIC. 3730’ WWW #135 on $20 Painting on long TaxPack cover (flap missing). PO 28/11/1874. - ‘M.O.O. YARRAWONGA/1JE36/VIC’ on 2d & 3d Cable (faults) on roughly opened cover to Myer with provisional blue registration label. - ‘PAID AT YARRAWONGA/■—12OC56/VIC’ WWW #410B in red. Yarroweyah (2): ‘YARROWEYAH/10AU36/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2d Cable. PO 5/3/1888; closed 13/2/1976. Yarrunga: ‘YARRUNGA/9FE81/VIC-3677’ (dateline centred to right) WWW #20A on 5c Dotterel. Renamed from Vincent PO 1/9/ 1953; LPO 26/4/1993.

Yea: 23½mm unframed ‘YEA/17DE/12/[VICT]ORIA’ on 1d pink.

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

3047 D A A2+ - 27mm ‘YEA/7JL26/VIC’ WWW #60 on 1½d red KGV. 3048 * A- A2 - ‘YEA/PAID/5P5JA82/VIC-AUST-3717’ in red on cover to Myer. 3049 D A B2 Yellingbo: ‘YELLINGBO/■8AU57/VIC-AUST’ WWW #10A on 4d lake QEII. Renamed from Parslow’s PO 12/8/1946; closed 23/2/ 3050 D A A1 3051 * A 3052 S A A2 3053 * A A13054 D A A2 3055 S A A23056 S A A23057 D A B1 3058 D A B2 3059 D A A2

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 12-Bar Numerals $8

3081 S A B2

$60

3082 S A- A2 3083 S B B2

AUSTRALIA | Datestamps $10 WESTERN 3084 D A A2 Augusta (2): ‘AUGUSTA/?AU48/WESTN AUST.’ on 2½d red KGVI. TO 9/2/1915; PO 21/6/1915. 3085 D A A2 Balkuling: BALKULING/23SE38/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ $15 (A29) on 2d red KGVI. RO 1/10/1909; PO 1/12/1925; closed 31/12/ $30

3086 S A B2

$12

3087 * A A1

$6

3088 * B A1

$10 $6 $12

1991.

$20

Renamed from Buninyong R.S. PO 1/9/1876; closed 8/7/1978.

$12 $5

Yendon: ‘YENDON/8JY78/VIC’ (Closing day) on 4c Stinger.

- black & white photo of PO taken 1972. Yinnar: unframed ‘YINNAR/JE23/08/VICT[ORIA]’ on 1d pink. PO 1/5/1884; LPO 9/12/1993.

Yooralla: 2 strikes of ‘YOORALLA E.8/■3JE63/VIC-AUST’ on 5d blue QEII & 2/- Flower on cover with blue ‘YORALLA, E.8.’ (error) registration label. PO 18/10/1954; LPO 20/4/1994. Youanmite (2): ‘YOUANMITE/16SE35/VIC’ WWW #20A on 2d red KGV (cut-to-shape). PO 11/4/1892; closed 31/7/1971. Yundool (2): ‘YUNDOOL/3JL27/VIC.’ WWW #10 on 1½d Canberra. RO 27/10/1913; PO 15/11/1922; closed 26/4/1985. - ‘YUNDOOL/4JE35/VIC.’ WWW #10 on 2d ANZAC. - ‘YUNDOOL/6JE58/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20A on 4d lake QEII. Yungera: ‘YUNGERA/1?????/VIC-AUST’ WWW #20 on 2½d red KGVI. [Rated PPPP] Renamed from Narrung West RO 1/4/1926;

$8

$50 $50 $30

Renamed from Wangerrip Factory RO 15/9/1919; PO 8/3/1920; closed 2/5/1972.

$30

VICTORIA | Travelling Post Offices 3060 * B B1 English Mail T.P.O.: ‘ENG.MAIL.T.P.O./IN-17NO13/VIC’ backstamp on cover from Germany, mild toning and other small faults. $50 3061 S A A2 T.P.O. 3: 1st period use of framed ‘UP TRAI[N]/M.G.3/AU5/93/ VICTOR[IA]’ on 2d violet. $4 3062 S A A2 T.P.O. 9: ‘T.P.O.9/DOWN22DE 6/VICTORIA’ on 1d red KGV. [Rated RRR - the 2nd we have offered, the first realised $130.] $100

WESTERN AUSTRALIA 3064 F A B1 1864-79 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 12½ 1/- bright green SG 61. 3065 ** A A1 1885-93 Typo Wmk Crown/CA (Sideways) Perf 14 ½d green block of 4 SG 94a unmounted. 3066 F A B1 - 1/- olive-green SG 102. 3067 ** A- C1 1902-12 Wmk V/Crown Perf 12½ or 12½x12 1d carmine-rose watermark upright, inverted marginal pair, SG #117a, Cat £36++, crease does not affect appearance. 3068 V A- B1 - 8d yellow-green perf ‘OS’ (BW #W44b), lightly soiled perfs at left. 3069 **/* A B1 1905-12 Wmk Crown/Double-Lined A Perf 12½ or 12½x12 ½d green block of 4 (3**), SG 138. WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Fiscals 3070 F A A1 1893 Long Types wmk Crown/CA 6d dull purple SG F14. 3071 F A A1 1897 Long Type Wmk W Crown A 3d dull purple SG F20. WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3072 PS A 1879 ½d chestnut on salmon, PSSA #PC1, Cat $15 (HG 1), minor adhesion on back. 3073 PS A 1892 Surcharge 1½d on 3d green, PSSA #PC5, Cat $15, some discolouration mostly to top edge, small tear to TRC. WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Postal Stationery - Franks 3074 PS A Central Board of Health: cut to shape handstamp. 3075 PS A Department of Lands & Surveys: in violet on cut out piece. 3076 PS A Railway Department: in violet on cut out piece.

$6 $25 $60 $12 $20 $25 $45

8: on 2d yellow. Allocated to Fremantle-PO 4/12/1829. 10: ‘10’ on 2d grey. Allocated to Bridgetown-Renamed from Geejelup

3079 * A A1-

17: on 1d red tied by unframed ‘AUSTRALIND/AP1/1908/ WESTERN AUSTRALIA (A1-) on PPC.

PO c.-/2/1872.

$20 $10

8: on 1d bistre. Allocated to Fremantle-PO 4/12/1829.

3096 D A A2

3098 D A B2 3099 S A A2

$6 $8 $20 $15 $20 $4 $10 $25 $4

Bamboo Creek: ‘BAMBOO CREEK/??AP33/W.A.’ (ERD) on 2d red KGV. PO 19/2/1895; TO 31/5/1969. Barton: framed ‘BARTON/DE31/10/W.A’ on 1d Swan on PPC.

Renamed from Buchanan PO 1/4/1905; renamed Piesse PO c.-/12/1918.

closed 30/11/1918. [Military Camp]

Bornholm: ‘BORNHOLM/3■JA30/[WESTN AUST.]’ on 1½d red KGV. Renamed from Yonga PO 1/1/1914; closed 10/11/1973. Bowgada: ‘BOWGADA/3DE45/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A28) on 2½d red KGVI. RO 15/1/1923; PO 22/11/1926; closed 12/10/1974. Broad Arrow (2): ‘BROAD ARROW/16-JUL.13/W[ESTN AUSTRA]LIA’ (D26) on 3d Roo. Renamed from Kurawa PO c.1898;

closed 30/4/1971.

Brunswick Junction: ‘BRUNSWICK JUNCT[ION]/ 16FE3?/W.A.’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Brunswick PO c.-/6/ 1909.

Buckingham: ‘BUCKINGHAM/■9JL34/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d Vic Centenary. RO 22/3/1915; PO 15/8/1921;

3105 * A A13106 S A A23107 D A A1 3108 D A A2

3110 * A A2

3112 D A- B1 3113 * A- A2

3114 D A A2 3115 D A A13116 S A B2 3117

A A2

3118 * A- A2

$10 $40 $12 $8 $5 $15 $10 $5 $10 $5

$10

Bulong: framed ‘BULONG/AU12/04/W.A.’ (3b-b) on 2d yellow Swan. PO 2/1/1896; RO 1/7/1921; TO 1/10/1924; closed 30/8/1956. Canna: ‘CANNA/25SE33/W.A.’ (C28) on 1d green KGV. PO 1/6/

$10

1929; closed 29/2/1984.

$10

renamed Como PO 22/7/1953.

$60

from Bickford RO c.-/8/1919; PO 1/7/1927; closed 19/3/1979.

$25

closed 31/7/1951.

$12

Carlisle: ‘G.P.O. PERTH/R.S./12NO48/3/W.A.’ (A1- backstamp) on 5½d Emu on long CSBA cover, blue ‘Carlisle’ provisional registration label. [PMI record no dates prior to 1953.] Renamed

3104 * A A1

$8

RO 1/1/1915; PO 16/7/1917; closed 30/5/1985.

3101 * B B2

3103 D A B1

$6

$10

Bullaring: ‘BULLARING/1?FE29/W.A.’ (CL28) on 1½d red KGV.

Canning Highway: ‘CANNING H[IGHWAY]/30OC48/WESTAUST’ (A2 backstamp) on 5½d Emu on opened-out CSBA cover with blue provisional registration label. [Rare] PO 1/3/1946;

3102 S A B2

$4 $4 $4

closed 17/12/1973.

3100 * A- C2

3111 D A A2

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 9-Bar Numerals 3080 S A B2

3095 D A B2

3109 D A A2

WESTERN AUSTRALIA | 15-Bar Numerals 3077 S A A2 3078 S A A2

3093 D A A2

3097 S A A2 $40

VICTORIA | Reliefs 3063 * A A1- 15: ‘RELIEF STAMP. VIC./3P28MY63/NO 15’ on 5d Blue Mountains.

3092 S A A2

$30 $12

1976.

Bayswater: ‘BAYSWATER/15JAN49/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (D25) on 5½d Emu on roughly opened-out CSBA cover with blue registration label. PO 1/8/1898. 3089 * A- A2 Beacon: ‘BEAC[ON]/29JY55/W.A.’ (LRD) on 3½d AAT, spike hole. TO 1/12/1931; PO 15/2/1933. 3090 D A A2+ Beverley: ‘BEVERLEY/26FE32/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A30) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/5/1858. 3091 S A B2 Blackboy Hill (1): ‘BLACKBOY-HILL/17JAN16/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (D25) on 1d red KGV. RO 29/8/1914; PO 11/9/1914;

3094 S A A2

PO 1/7/1927; closed 20/2/1952.

Yuulong: ‘YUULONG/20OC33/VIC’ WWW #10A on 2d red KGV.

5: on 1890 1d Swan pair. Allocated to Gascoyne-PO c.-/1/1882; renamed Carnarvon PO 15/8/1884. 16: on 1890 1d carmine. Allocated to York-PO 16/6/1840. 17: on 1898 2d yellow (tear). Allocated to Derby-PO c.-/6/1884.

Comet Vale: ‘COMET [VALE]/26.FEB.1?/WEST[N AUSTRALIA]’ on ½d green KGV. PO 21/9/1908; TO 16/12/1950;

Cookernup: ‘COOKERNUP/23NO22/WESTN AUST’ (B30) on 2d red KGV. PO 1/4/1897; closed 30/11/1974. Coolgardie: ‘COOLGARDIE/PAID/1OC81/W-AUST-6429’ in red on window-faced Shire of Coolgardie cover with logo. PO 10/11/ 1892.

Cottesloe: 53mm violet double-oval ‘POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE,/31JUL1944/COTTESLOE.’ on Telegram Form Type T.G. 42. RO c.-/10/1894; PO 22/11/1897. Cowaramup: ‘COWARAMUP/30AP35/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d red KGV. RO c.-/5/1922; PO 1/11/1925. Cuballing: ‘CUBALLING/-5AP50/WESTN AUST.’ (B30) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/8/1895. Cue: 2 strikes of framed ‘SAVINGS BANK/MR27/5/CUE. W.A’ on 1d red Swan pair. Renamed from Cue’s Find PO c.1894. Day Dawn: 2 strikes of framed ‘DAY DAWN/NO20/05/W.A’ (3bb) on 2d yellow Swan pair. PO c.1894; closed 25/10/1930. Denmark (2): ‘DENMARK/25JL55/W.A.’ (C29) on 3½d red QEII, addressed to Perth. RO 15/2/1908; PO 2/11/1908. East Cannington: ‘EAST CANNINGTON/2?MR48/WESTN AUST.’ (B27) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 1/3/1910; renamed Cannington

$8 $10 $40 $10 $4 $20 $12 $8

East PO c.1938.

$6

1/7/1920; PO 1/12/1925; closed 31/12/1971.

$5

Erikin: ‘ERIKIN/■2???2/W.A’ (C28) on 2d KGV surcharge. RO

Fimiston: triple-oval ‘POST & TELEGRAPH OFFICE/ 15DEC1905/FIMISTON W.A.’ on face of PPC from NZ to “Kalgurli Mine.Kalgoorlie”, minor toning. [Very few examples recorded, the last we sold, 14 years ago, realised $320+] PO

c.1901.

Fremantle: ‘FREMANTLE/10OC49/W.A.’ (C28-a, recorded 10/02/49 - 30/09/49, LRD) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 4/12/1829. Gingin: ‘GINGIN M.R./11AU46/W.A.’ (C27 - Midland Railway) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 2/1/1855. Goongarrie (1): framed ‘GOONGARRIE/JY28/04/W.A’ (#3b-b) on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from 90 Mile PO 26/11/1895; closed 1/11/1926.

Greenbushes: unframed ‘GREENBUSHES/AP18/08/[W]A’ (2c) on 2d Swan. PO 5/5/1891. Greenhills: ‘GREENHILLS/27AU55/WESTN AUST.’ (B27) on 3½d Cobb & Co on cover (pin holes) addressed to Perth. PO 1/8/ 1891; closed 28/7/1980.

$250 $60 $6 $15 $6 $10


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 3119 S A A2 3120 D A A2 3121 D A B2 3122 D A B1 3123 D A A13124 D A A13125 D A B2 3126 D A2 3127 D A1 3128 D A1 3129 D A A2 3130 D A A1 3131 D A B2 3132 D A B2 3133 D A A1-

Greenough: (D27) on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Greenough Flats PO 1/5/1862; closed 23/5/1970.

Gutha: ‘GUTHA/31DE45/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A26) on 2½d red KGVI. RO 10/7/1917; PO 1/7/1927; closed 30/12/1982. Hopetoun: ‘HOPETOUN/30NOV22/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d red KGV. Renamed from Mary Ann Harbour PO 21/2/1901. Jennacubbine: ‘JENNACUBBINE/26MAR45/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D27, on 2½d Gloucester. PO 23/11/1908; closed 14/4/1975.

Kalamunda: ‘KALAMUNDA/17JY72/WEST AUST’, #Ea31, on 7c QEII. Kalbarri: Light strike of ‘KALBARRI/17JY73/WA-AUST’, #F31, on 7c. Kamballie: 3 strikes of framed ‘KAMBALLIE/JY6/06/W.A’ on 1d red Swan pair. PO 1/2/1905; closed 30/6/1918. Karratha: ‘KARRATHA/5SEP1980/W.A. 6714’, #G33R-c in violet. PO 23/11/1970. Katanning: ‘KATANNING/12DEC.27/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A25 (frame worn away), on registration piece. Replaced Moojebup PO 1/7/1889.

Kellerberrin: ‘KELLERBERRIN/27.FE.1924/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’, #A28, on cut-out. Kirup: ‘KIRUPP/29AUG.45/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (‘P’ partly removed, #A25-b) on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Kirupp PO 15/9/1913.

Kondinin: ‘KONDININ/■8SE36/WESTN AUST.’, #B29-b, on 2d red KGV. PO 22/6/1916. Kookynie (1): framed ‘KOOKYNIE/JY18/04/W.A’ (3b) on 2d yellow Swan. RO 1/11/1900; PO 28/2/1901; closed 1/7/1942. Koolanooka: ‘KOOLANOOKA/15JL36/WESTN AUST’ (B27) on 2d red KGV. RO 3/1/1916; PO 1/8/1924; closed 31/3/1967. Kulin: ‘KULIN/28AU31/WESTN AUST’, #B29-b, on 2d red KGV. PO 4/5/1915.

3134 D A A1+ - ‘KULIN/11MR63/WA-AUST’ (arcs 16,16) on 5d Royal Visit. 3135 D A B2 Kwolyin: ‘KWOLYIN/12NO47/WESTN AUST.’ (B28) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 26/11/1913; closed 5/10/1967. 3136 D A B1 Lake Grace: ‘LAKE GRACE/18JE36/W.A.’, #C30, on 2d Cable. 3137 D A B2 3138 S A A2 3139 * A B2

RO 1/4/1914; PO 1/7/1919.

Latham: ‘LATHAM/18AU30/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (#A25) on ½d orange KGV. RO 1/8/1914; PO 16/10/1925. Leonora: framed ‘LEONORA/JA15/09/W.A’ #3b-b (inverted dateline) on 1d pink Swan. PO 22/10/1897. Lion Mill: framed ‘LION MIL[L]/MR14/04/W[A]’ (reversed N) on 1d swan on PPC of ‘IN THE DARLING RANGES, W.A.’ with a note that the scene is not far from home. RO 1/7/1895; PO c.-/1/ 1896; renamed Mount Helena PO c.-/7/1924.

3140 D A A1-

Lowden: ‘LOWDEN/4MAY48/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (D28) on 2½d red KGVI. Renamed from Preston Valley PO 1/3/1909; closed

3141 D A B2

Marble Bar: 2 strikes of ‘MARBLE BAR/B/FE10/6/W.A.’ on 1d red Swan pair. PO 25/8/1894. Marvel Loch: ‘MARVEL-LOCH/1SE48/WESTN AUST.’ (B27) on 2½d Farrer. PO 13/2/1911; TO 1/6/1929; PO 1/8/1934. Meckering: 2 strikes of framed ‘MICKERING/31JA/06/W.A’ (1st ‘E’ damaged) on 1d Swan pair. RO 1/1/1895; PO 1/3/1902. Medina: ‘MEDINA/15OC60/WEST-AUST’ (G31-c arcs 7,9), on 5d NT Exploration. PO 7/9/1953. Meekatharra: ‘MEEKATHARRA/23OC49/W.A.’ (C31-a arcs 7,6), on 2½d red KGVI, some toning. RO c.-/7/1900; PO 15/8/1902. Melville Mil. P.O.: ‘MIL.P.O. MELVILLE/30JA45/WEST-AUST’ on 1d brown QE (cut-to-shape). PO 1/1/1940; closed 30/6/1946. Mends Street: ‘MENDS ST. SOUTH PERTH/14AU72/WA 6151’, on 7c magenta QEII Renamed from South Perth PO 10/7/1939. Mingenew: ‘MINGINEW/25AUG31/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (spelling error) on 2d red KGV. PO c.-/4/1892. - ‘MINGINEW/445P1JE78/WA-6522’, on 18c Tree. Mount Malcolm: 2 strikes of framed ‘MT MALCOLM/2/FE7/05/ W_A’ (#3b-b) on 2d yellow Swan pair. PO 1/3/1897; renamed

3142 D A B2 3143 D A A2 3144 D A A1 3145 D A- A1 3146 D A A1 3147 D A A13148 D A A2 3149 D A A1 3150 D A A2 3151 D B2 3152 D A A2

3153 D A B2 3154 D A B2 3155 D A B2 3156 D A B23157 D A A1 3158 * A- A1 3159 * A B1 3160 D A A2

3161 D A A1

‘GREENOUGH/18AUG32/WESTNAUSTRALIA’

1/10/1983.

Malcolm PO c.1904.

Mount Palmer: ‘MOUNT PALMER/14MY37/W.A.’ on 5d KGV cut-out. Renamed from Palmers Find PO 27/9/1935; TO 1/6/1944; closed 17/7/1947.

‘[MT]

Mount Sir Samuel: SIR SAMUEL/FE20/06/W.A’ on 2d yellow Swan. RO c.-/4/1897; PO 1/10/1900; RO 29/6/1917; PO 1/7/

1927; TO 1/7/1930; PO 15/5/1935; TO 24/9/1951; closed 27/4/1956. [Goldmining] Muntadgin: ‘MUNTADGIN/19JE37/W.A.’ (C30) on 2d KGV. RO 1/6/1925; PO 1/9/1925.

Murrin Murrin: 6 strikes of framed ‘MURRIN MURRIN/ MR7/6/W.A’ on 1d red Swan x6. RO c.-/11/1897; PO 18/3/1898; closed 31/12/1955.

Narrikup: ‘NARRIKUP/12AU61/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ (D27) on 5d blue QEII. Renamed from Hay River PO c.-/7/1910. No. 5 Pumping Station: ‘NO.5 PUMPING STN/1????0/ WEST·AUST’, on 2d red KGV perf ‘WA’. PO 1/7/1938; closed 21/7/ 1964.

Norseman: ‘NORSEMAN/29AU49/W.A.’ (C30) on 2½d red KGVI. RO c.-/4/1895; PO 1/2/1896. North Perth: ‘NORTH PERTH/11NO48/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 5½d Emu on opened-out CSBA cover with blue registration label. PO 1/12/1902. - ‘NORTH PERTH/9NO48/WEST-AUST’ (#30 - ERD by 3 years) on 5½d Emu on long CSBA cover with blue registration label. Nuralingup: ‘NURALINGUP/8MY23/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 1d violet KGV pair. [Rare in RO period] RO 1/5/1922; PO c.1925; renamed Forest Grove PO c.1926.

$10 $10 $5 $10 $3

3162 D A A23163 * A B2 3164 D A B2 3165 D A B2

$3

3166 D A B13167 D A A2

$30

3168 D A A1

$5 $4 $3 $12 $5 $15 $15 $5 $4

3169 D A A23170 * A- B2

$20 $6

$120 $6 $10 $4 $6 $4 $5 $20 $4 $4 $4 $12 $20

$10

1/- Lyrebird cut-to-shape. Renamed from Nampup PO 1/1/1913. Paddington: 20mm framed ‘PADDINGTON/FE10/06/W.A’ (3bb) on 2d yellow Swan. RO 25/9/1896; PO 15/11/1897; RO 1/9/1911;

$40

PO 1/7/1922; closed 8/4/1983.

$30

Palgarup Mill: ‘PALGARUP MILL/10JE55/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 3½d Memorial on cover to Perth. RO 29/8/1921;

Paynes Find: ‘PAYNES FIND/27JE49/WESTN AUST.’ on 2½d red KGVI. RO 1/10/1911; PO 1/9/1912; closed 20/5/1975. Pickering Brook: ‘PICKERING BROOK/?JY62/WEST-AUST’ (E31) on 5d blue QEII. PO 15/3/1903. Pingelly: ‘PINGELLY/23FE50/W.A.’, #C30, on 2½d red KGVI. Reedy: double-oval ‘POST [OFFICE]/9APR??/REEDY.’ in violet on 2½d red KGVI. PO 17/3/1934; closed c.-/7/1951. Rockingham (1): ‘ROCKINGHAM/4AP50/WESTN AUST.’, #B29, on 2½d KGV. PO 20/12/1864; renamed Rockingham Beach PO

1/9/1980.

Scarborough Beach: ‘SCARBOROUGH BEACH/-2JE65/WESTAUST’ (oval ‘O’) on 1/2d Tasmanian Tiger. TO 25/2/1926; PO 15/8/

3176 * A- B1 3177 S A B2 3178 D A A2

3181 * A- B1 3182 D A A13183 * A B1 3184 D A A1 3185 D A A2 3186 D A A1 3187 D A A1 3188 S A A2 3189 D A A1 3190 * A A2 3191 D A B2

renamed South Perth, Angelo Street PO 5/7/1982.

$15

PO 22/8/1904.

Toodyay (2): ‘TOODYAY/14JE57/WEST-AUST’ #E31-b on 4d QEII. Renamed from Newcastle PO 6/5/1910. University Crawley: ‘UNIVERSITY.CRAWLEY/30OC48/WESTAUST’, (E30 - a2 backstamp) and ‘REGISTERED PERTH/ 30OCT48/WESTNAUSTRALIA’ (B2) on ½d Roo & 9d Platypus on long CSBA cover with blue registration label. [PMI records 1953 only] PO 16/11/1944. Victoria Park: ‘VICTORIA PARK/2NO48/WESTN AUST’ (E30-b, ERD by more than 6 years) on ½d Roo & 9d Platypus on long cover to Perth with blue registration label. PO 1/12/1898. Walgoolan: ‘WALGOOLAN/21MY38/WESTERN AUSTRA[LIA]’ #A26 on 1d green QE pair. RO 1/8/1922; PO 1/8/1923; closed 30/9/

$20 $100

3196 *

A- B3

3197 *

A

$4 $10

$80 $12 $5

Landing RO c.-/12/1915; PO 1/1/1919; closed 28/2/1973.

$5

11/11/1930.

$5

Walliston (1): ‘WALLISTON/16FE55/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ (A27) on 3½d red QEII (cut-to-shape). Renamed from Wallis’s

Waroona: framed ‘S.B-WAROONA/JA1/06/W.A’ on 1d Swan pair. PO 17/7/1899. Wembley Park: ‘WEMBLEY PARK/17MR59/WEST-AUST’ #E30-b on 4d lake QEII on cover (staple holes) to Perth. PO 7/1/ 1929; renamed Wembley PO c.1959.

West Leederville: ‘WEST LEEDERVILLE/2AU48/WESTN AUST.’, #B28, on 3d KGVI & 2½d stationery cut-out. PO 15/4/ 1904.

Willetton: ‘WILLETTON/PAID/6AP81/W-AUST-6155’ in red on long cover to Sydney. PO 15/10/1973. Wiluna: framed ‘WILUNA/NO3/05/W.A’ on 2d yellow Swan. Renamed from Lake Way PO 5/11/1900.

Witchcliffe: ‘WITCHCLIFFE/2?JL33/WESTERN AUSTRALIA’ on 2d red KGV. RO 1/10/1923; PO 1/3/1927. Wongan Hills: ‘WONGAN HILLS/13MY35/WESTN AUST.’ #B27 on 5d brown KGV. PO 2/1/1911. - ‘WONGAN HILLS/21AP44/W.A.’ #C30 on 2½d red KGVI. Woolgar: ‘WOOLGAR/3NOV14/[WESTN AUSTRALI]A’ on 1d red KGV. Renamed from South Menzies RO c.-/3/1898; PO 1/9/1904;

renamed Yunndaga PO c.-/8/1916.

Wyndham: ‘WYNDHAM/15JUL30/WESTN AUSTRALIA’ #D27, on 3d Sturt Centenary & part 3d Airmail. PO c.-/4/1887. Yericoin: ‘YERICOIN/[10JA49]/W.A’ on 5½d Emu on long CSBA cover to Perth with blue registration label. TO 19/1/1928; PO 1/6/

1932; renamed Yerecoin PO c.-/8/1955.

Yuna (2): ‘YUNA/7JY64/WA-AUST’ (F31) in violet on 5d green QEII. Renamed from Whelarra PO 1/1/1928; closed 3/7/1985.

ADEN | Postal History $15 3194 *F A1957 commercial air cover to GB with GB 2½d & FPO 255 cds, embossed ‘ROYAL AIR FORCE STATION/KHORMAKSAR’ on $6 flap, o/o. AITUTAKI 3195 * A- B2

$6

1983.

$6 WESTERN AUSTRALIA | Reliefs 3192 S A A3 A: ‘[POSTAL] A DEPART/2[?]SP1936/[WESTN] AUST’ #B26, on 2d red KGV. $15 ADEN 3193 * A/A1939-48 Pictorials ½a to 8a, SG #16-23, ½a & 2a faults, Cat $8 £16.

$15

$3

$20

3179 D A A2+ Walpole: ‘WALPOLE/8JY48/W.A.’ (C29) on 2½d red KGVI. PO 3180 D A A1

$60

closed 29/5/1970.

Southern Cross: ‘SOUTHERN CROSS/12JL33/WESTN AUST.’ (B28-a) on 2d red KGV. PO c.-/1/1890. [Gold Mining] Tammin: ‘TAMMIN/30NO64/WEST-AUST’ (E31-b) on 5d Xmas.

3175 * B B2

$4 $3

$10

Shannon River Mill: ‘SHANNON RIVER MILL/17OC55/ WEST·AUST’ on 3½d YMCA on cover to Perth. PO 27/3/1950;

3172 D A B2

3174 D A B1

$24

1929; renamed Scarborough PO 1/11/1966.

South Perth (2): 3 strikes of ‘SOUTH PERTH/1NO48/WESTN AUST.’, on 2½d von Mueller x3 on opened-out CSBA cover with blue registration label. Renamed from Angelo Street PO 10/7/1939;

3173 D A A1

$3

closed 30/11/1911.

3171 * A- A2

$4 $4

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Nyabing: ‘NYABING/21.JUN.58/WESTN AUSTRALIA’, #D26, on

1903 Surcharges Perf 14 ‘AITUTAKI./Ava Pene.’ on NZ ½d Pictorial x25, SG #1, Cat £100+, several with minor faults. 1903-11 Perf 11 2d yellow-brown, SG #5, Cat £18, couple of tone spots. 1920 Pictorials complete set of 6, 1d has double derrick, SG #24-9, Cat £35.

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

$12

$5

$40

$25 $11 $25


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 - 1½d black & sepia, SG #26. 1974-75 Sea Shells short set to 5c, SG #97-102. (6) 1966 Churchill set of 8, SG #79-86.

ALBANIA | Koritza 3201 W A- A1 1917 Shqipèrié Vetqeveritare 50c lilac & black, SG #73, toned perf at top ALGERIA | Maximum Cards 1946 PPC view of the Summer Palace with 15f (SG #206) tied 3202 *F A by Palace cds 6 2 46, fine early maxim card. ANGUILLA 3203 ** A ANTIGUA 3204 F 3205 F 3206 * 3207 *

A C2 A A1 A A1 A

3208 ** A

1969 Independence Surcharge set of 13 values to $1, SG #52a-52j +. 1863-67 QV Wmk Small Star 1d dull rose, SG #6, Cat £55. 1882 QV Wmk Crown/CA 2½d ultramarine, SG #27, Cat £14. 1913 KGV High Value 5/- grey-green & violet, SG #51, Cat £95. 1921-29 KGV Wmk Multi Script CA simplified shade set to 4/-, SG #62-80, Cat £200. (16) 1975 Cricket World Cup set of 3, SG #466-8.

ANTIGUA | Booklets 3209 B** A 1977 Silver Jubilee SG #SB2. ANTIGUA | Postal History 3210 *F A1932 (Nov 17) use of 1d Tercentenary (small fault) on lettercard to England, posted by passenger on cruise ship. ANTIGUA & BARBUDA 3211 ** A 1985 Butterflies set of 4, SG #929-32, Cat £12. ASCENSION 3212 V A B1 3213 ** A

1938-53 Pictorials P13½ 1d black & green, SG #39, Cat £13, minor thin. 1963 Red Cross set SG 85-6. (2)

AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY 3214 **/* A 1966-68 Decimal Currency set of 11, SG #8-18, Cat £38, most units ** including $1. AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC TERRITORY | Postmarks 3215 * A A1- Davis: ‘AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXPEDITIONS/[snow mobile]/13APR1996/DAVIS’ on ‘70c ADEL GPO’ counterprinted Kangaroo on Specimen Aerogramme with ‘ANTARCTICA/[map]/DAVIS STATION’ (A1-) cachet in purple with red label of researchers outside of a tent. 3216 * A- A1- Macquarie Island: ‘A N A R E MACQUARIE. IS/28MR49/ AUST’, APM #740 on Australian 2½d KGVI on ANARE Pictorial cover featuring seals, some minor discolouration. 3217 * A B1 Wilkes: ‘WILKES/A.N.A.R.E/1FE59/AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR.’ on illustrated Wesley cover with 3½d ANARE, also bearing ‘AUST. ANTARCTIC TERR./[seal]/OPENING OF/WILKES POST OFFICE’ (A1) cachet in purple, neat typed address. AUSTRIA 3218 G A 3219 F 3220 *F 3221 F 3222 F 3223 F 3224 * 3225 * 3226 *

1854 Arms Machine Paper 1k yellow type III 4 margins, SG #6a, Cat £110, 1856 Wien. A - 6k brown thick paper 4-margins, SG #9. A 1863-64 Arms Perf 9½ 15k brown on 1864 entire to Reichenberg, 1858 5k revenue attached to inside. A C1 1863 Arms Perf 14 3k green, SG #40, Cat £65. A 1896 New Colours 1g lilac P12½, SG #105. A- B1 1899 Granite Paper No Varnish Bars 4k grey-green P10½, SG #121, Cat £32, toned perf at top edge. A0 B1 1948-52 Costumes 1s claret, SG #126, two small gum defects, Cat £130. A 1948 Salzburg Cathedral set of 8, SG #1152-9, Cat £26. A- B1 1955 10th Anniversary of Republic 2.40s dark blue-green, SG #1273, Cat £14, small tonespot.

AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3227 PS A 1890 Border Added 2k brown, HG #61, reverse printed for Alfred Deutsch, Reichenberg. 3228 PS A1890 UPU 5k rose ‘AUSTRICHE’ in 3rd line, HG #82a, small notch at base. 3229 PS A 1925 10g commemorative Beethoven card, HG #275. AUSTRIA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 3230 PS A 1892 Franz Joseph 2k brown, HG #E5, large-part wrapper used from Trieste to Norway. AUSTRIA | Postal History 1854 use of 4-margins (2 close) 9k blue (SG #10) on entire from 3231 *F AWien, fine ‘KUTTENBERG/16/5/’ (Czechoslovakia) arrival. 3232 *F B 1910 use of indistinctly cancelled 25h blue on cover to Philadelphia bearing Teachers Help Committee cinderella in blue on reverse, cover opened on 3 sides. AUSTRIA | Flight Covers 1966 Innsbruck - Vienna illustrated cover for Austrian Airlines 3233 *F A with special Pictorial cancel 6 6 1966. AUSTRIA | Postmarks 3234 S A A2 Wien 79 (Simmering): type 402 11/1 on 3k. BAHAMAS 3235 ** A A1

1974 Birds set SG 429-32. (4)

$4 BAHAMAS | Postal History 1945 use of KGVI 1d grey pair & 8d flamingos cancelled at $4 3236 *F ANassau on APR28/1945, ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY EXAMINER/IG/ 9736’ label attached, long cover. $6 BAHAMAS | Postmarks 3237 D A A1- Bannerman Town: ‘BANNERMAN TOWN/16OCT57/ BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. $10 3238 D A A1- Farmers Cay: ‘FARMERS CAY/21OCT57/BAHAMAS’, on 1½d & ½d QEII Pictorials. 3239 S A A2 Grants Town: ‘GRANTS TOWN/12DEC60/BAHAMAS’ on 1d Harvester. $25 3240 * A B2 Harbour Island: ‘HARBOUR ISLAND/17APR67/BAHAMAS’, on 8c Surcharge on cover. 3241 D B A1 Nassau: ‘NASSAU/20SEP66/BAHAMAS’ (Proud #D38) on 11c & 15c WHO, with some toning on large piece. $5 3242 S A B2 Old Bight: ‘OLD BIGHT/14APR67/BAH[AMAS]’, on 4c Surcharge. $50 3243 D A A1- Sandy Point: ‘SANDY POINT/3FEB64/BAHAMAS’, on 6d blue & black. $12 $90 BAHRAIN $180 3244 * A B1 1938-41 KGVI 9p green, SG #22, hinge remainder, Cat £16. $8 3245 ** A A1 1952-54 QEII 4a on 4d ultramarine, SG #86, Cat £18. $4

$15

BARBADOS 3246 F C

$20

$4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $6 $15

1861-70 No Wmk, Rough Perf 14-16 6d orange-red, SG #30, Cat £22, vertical crease.

$10

BARBADOS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3247 PS A 1892-93 1d carmine, HG #9, cancelled with ‘BARBADOS/6JA06 230PM/G.P.O.’ (A2).

$12

$12 BARBADOS | Postmarks 3248 S A A2 St Peter: ‘ST·PETER/SP4/89/BARBADOS’ on 1d rose. 3249 S A A2- St Thomas: light ‘ST-THOMAS/DE13/97/BA[RBADOS]’ on 1d Jubilee. $12 $10 BARBUDA | Booklets 3250 B** A 1977 Silver Jubilee SG #SB1.

$5

BECHUANALAND PROTECTORATE | Postmarks $30 3251 S A A2 Rasebolai: double-circle ‘RASEBOLAI/1III49/’ on 1½d Silver Wedding. 3252 S A- A2 Shashi: double-circle ‘SHASHI/27DEC25/BE[CH. PRO]T’ on 1d Silver Jubilee.

$8

BELGIUM 3253 F A $12

3254 F A

$25

3255 *

A A1

$20

3256 * A 3257 * A A1 3258 V A B1

1849 20c blue plate I, 4 even margins, SG #2, Cat £70, cancelled with ‘76’ of Louvain. 1851-54 Medallions Unframed LL Wmk 40c rose-carmine, normal paper, SG #8, 4 margins, cancelled with ‘7’ of Ath 1910 Brussels Exhibition 2c+2c lilac-brown, shaded background, SG #110, Cat £13. 1929-32 Defins set of 14, SG #487-500. 1933 Postpacket Mail 4Fr on 6Fr dark lilac, SG #B645. 1938 Building Fund 5f+5f deep dull green, SG #821, Cat £11.50.

$4

$5

$5

$60 $30 $6 $20 $35 $9

BELIZE $50 3259 * A A1 $8 3260 ** A

1962 Birds set of 12, SG #202-13, Cat £65. 1977 Birds M/S, SG #458.

$50 $12

$15 BERMUDA $50 3261 * A B1 $5 3262 ** A

1938-52 Key Types 5/- green & red/yellow P14, SG #118, Cat £140. 1985 Queen Mother set & M/Sheet SG 494-8. (5)

$80 $7

$8 BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA 3263 * A- A1 1879-1900 Numerals At Top Type I Perf 12 1k deep grey, SG $50 #2, Cat £11.5, small stain. $4 3264 * B B1 1879-98 Lithographed Arms 5kr rose-red P12, SG #9, Cat £70, creased. $6 3265 * A A1 1895-1900 Numerals At Top Typo Perf 10½ SG #119, Cat £20. 3266 V A B1 1906 Pictorials Perf 13½ 6h brown, SG #190H, Cat £22. 3267 */V A 1916 Franz Josef complete set of 18 (80h & 90h both fine used), SG #383-410, Cat £42. $8 BRAZIL $4 3268 * A- C1 1866 Dom Pedro Perf 12 10r vermilion, SG #43, Cat £13.50, $10 slight paper adherance on reverse. 3269 W A- C1 1878-79 10r vermilion, SG #2768, Cat £13.50, tiny thin at upper right. $10 3270 F A- B1 - 700r red-brown, SG #65, Cat £90, very lightly used, several hinge fragments. 3271 F B B1 1918-20 No Wmk set of 7, SG #288A-95A, 25r has toned TRC, 100r has a small thin at top, 300r has a BLC crease. $15 BRAZIL | Postal History 3272 *G B 1939 use of 400r Constant & 5000r Barbosa, cancelled with poor Barra Mansa of 12/DEZ/1939 on obliterated Air France cover, air $15 to Germany, via USA, British ‘P.C. 66/OPENED BY/CENSOR/ 1169’ tape at left.

$40

$25 BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA 3273 * A C1 1891 ‘B.C.A.’ 1d black, SG #1, Cat £12. 3274 W A A1 - 2d sea-green & vermilion, SG #2, Cat £13. $4 3275 * A A1 1895 No Wmk 1d black, SG #21, Cat £20.

$10 $5 $18

$8

$4 $12 $20 $18 $30

$5 $5 $40 $4


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 BRITISH COMMONWEALTH OCCUPATION FORCES (BCOF) | Postal History 3276 *F A 1953 Air Mail cover to Victoria with ½d roo pair tied by ‘NO.8.AUST BASE.P.O./29NO53/C’ (A1 - Kure, Japan). BRITISH EAST AFRICA 3277 V A B1 1890-95 Light and Liberty ½a deep brown, SG #1b. 3278 * A - ½a brown, 1a green, 2a vermilion (straight edge), 3a black/red, 4a yellow-brown, 8a blue, 1r carmine plus 5a black/grey-blue & 7½a black, SG #4-6,8,9,12,14,29,30, Cat £36. (9) 3279 */U - forgeries of 2r, 3r & 4r mint and 2r & 5r used, SG #16-9. (5) 3280 * A A1 1895 Light and Liberty No Wmk 5s black/grey-blue with violet diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’ OVPT, SG #29s. 3281 W A A1 - 5s black/grey-blue with violet diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’ OVPT, SG #29s. 3282 F A A1 1906-1901 QV ½d yellow-green with double-lined letter wmk, SG #65. BRITISH GUIANA 3283 V A B1 1934-51 Pictorials 6c deep ultramarine, SG #292. 3284 F A A2 - 24c purple, SG #294, Cat £11. BRITISH GUIANA | Postmarks 3285 S A C3 Carmichael Street: ‘CARMICHAEL ST GEORGETOWN/DE5/ 1901’ on 1c green & light green.

BULGARIA | Postal History 3320 *F B 1896 use of 1896 10s Prince Boris Postal Card (HG #16a), cancelled with ‘КОТЕЛЪ/12/II/96/KOTEL’ (A2), $30 ‘CONSTANTINOPEL/I/27.2.96/OESTERREICHISCHE POST’ (B1), folded through centre, but still attractive. $8 BURMA | Postal History 1940 use of 2a6p red & 1a red-brown KGVI, cancelled with 3321 *F A double-circle ‘MOULMEIN/9DEC40/5P.M./+’ (A2-), on plain $25 cover to Hartford, Connecticut, with light triangular ‘PASSED/BY/ $10 CENSOR/10/RANGOON’ (B1). $35 BURMA | Military - World War II Period 1945 use of stampless OAS cover, cancelled with ‘F.P.O./NO $30 3322 *F A 209/ APR45’ (B2 - Ramree Island), to Bombay, violet ‘UNIT CENSOR/K 18’ (B1) on face. $5 BURMA | Postmarks $6 3323 * B B1 Deiku: double-circle ‘DEIKU/25JUL27/+’, Proud #D4, cancelling 1a brown x3, on plain cover to Kothamangalam with Deiku $8 registration label, slightly reduced with small tear at base. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 16/6/01; closed 1942 3324 * A- B1 Kyaiklat: double-circle ‘KYAIKLAT/2APR30/+’, Proud #D7 on 1a brown x3 on plain cover with rough Kyaiklat reg label, also $5 bearing ‘KOTHAMANGALAM/11APR30/+’ (A1), small closed tear at base, slightly reduced. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1891;

BRITISH HONDURAS 3286 F B D2 1865 No Wmk 1d pale blue, SG #1, Cat £60, trimmed perfs at left, some light toning. 3287 * A A1 1922-33 KGV $1 black & scarlet, SG #136, Cat £22.

$25 $20

BRITISH INDIAN OCEAN TERRITORY 3288 ** A 1968 BIOT Opt on Seychelles set of 15, SG #1-15, Cat £38. 3289 ** A A1 1971 Reserch Station 3r50, SG #40, Cat £15. 3290 ** A A1 1973 Wildlife set of 3, SG #53-5, Cat £10.5. 3291 ** A 1990 Stamp World London set of 4, SG #102-5, Cat £25. 3292 ** A 1992 QEII Accession set of 5, SG #119-23, Cat £14. 3293 ** A 1992 Christmas set of 4, SG #128-31. 3294 ** A 1993 Christmas set of 4, SG #141-4.

$35 $15 $10 $22 $12 $5 $4

BRITISH LEVANT | Great Britain Used Abroad 3295 F A- C2

1857-73 GB Used in Constantinople: 4d vermilion plate 11 cancelled with ‘C’, SG #Z92, Cat £27, reperfed at base. 1943-47 Ovpt M3 5/- red, SG #M20, Cat £17.

BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN COLONIES | Eritrea 3297 * A 1950 Surcharges set to 1/- plus 5c on ½d pale orange & 10c on 1d light ultramarine, SG #E13-22,26-7, Cat £17. (12) 3298 V A - high values set of 3, SG #E23-5, Cat £87. BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN COLONIES | Tripolitania 3299 * A 1948 Surcharges set to 1/-, SG #T1-10. (10) 3300 ** A 1950 Surcharges 1l to 12l, ex 3l, plus 1l to 5l new colours, SG #T14-5,16-21,27-31, Cat £30. (12) BRITISH P.A.s in EASTERN ARABIA 3301 * A 1948 Surcharges set to 2½a, SG #16-20, Cat £28. (5) 3302 * A/A1950-55 New Colours and Values complete set of 7, SG #3541, odd minor tone spot, Cat £60. 3303 ** A A1 - 2r on 2/6d yellow-green, SG #41, gum slightly aged, Cat £45. 3304 * A B1 - 2r on 2/6d yellow-green, SG #41, Cat £45. BRITISH VIRGIN ISLANDS 3305 F A 1867 Superimposed Frames 1/- black & rose-carmine forgery of, SG #18, with dotted grid cancel. BRUNEI 3306 W/* A/A3307 * A A1 3308 V A A1 3309 *

A

3310 F A 3311 *

A

1905 Star and Local Scene ½c to 50c, SG #1-9, mainly no gum, Cat £132. 1922 EXHIBITION Overprint 10c purple/yellow, SG #56. 1924-37 New Colours and Values Wmk Muli Script CA 10c purple/yellow, SG #73, Cat £27. 1947-51 New Colours and Values simplified set to $1 ex 6c, SG #79-90, Cat £15. (10) - simplified set to $1 with both 10c perfs, ex 3c SG #79-90, Cat £25. (11) - complete set with additional perfs for 2c, 25c & 50c, SG #7992, Cat £141. (17)

BRUNEI | Postal History 3312 *V A 1967 use of 1c black & pale blue x3 on formular Registration Envelope, ‘GEYLANG/4DEC67-845AM/SINGAPORE 14’ (B1) arrival on back. BULGARIA 3313 * A A1 3314 **/* A B1 3315 ** A B1 3316 ** A- B1 3317 ** A B2 3318 ** A B1 3319 ** A B1

1909 Lion Overprints 1s dull mauve block of 4, SG #146. 1911 Ferdinand I & Pictorials 30s blue & black, block of 4, SG #166, Cat £33, some paper adhesion to back of BLC unit. 1920 Ivan Vazov set of 6, SG #220-5. 1929 Portraits complete set of 10, SG #287-96, Cat £33, 15s has rounded BRC, 6l has vertical crease. 1934 Surcharge 2l on 3l olive-brown, bottom marginal block of 6, SG #333, Cat £81, with partial imprint. 1935 Turnovo Insurrection set of 2 in blocks of 4, SG #349-50, Cat £26. 1939 Yunak Gymnists Society complete set of 5, SG #424-8, Cat £19.

3325 * B B2

3326 * A- B2 3327 * B A2

3328 * B A2 $15

BRITISH OCCUPATION OF ITALIAN COLONIES | Middle East Forces 3296 V A A1

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3329 * B B1 $15 3330 * B B1 $8 $80 $4

3331 * C C2

$20

closed 1942

Kyaikpi: double-circle ‘KYAIKPI/20SEP33/+’ cancelling 3a blue Registration Envelope (H&G #C5) uprated with 3a blue KGV, with Kyaikpi reg label, some mild damage to BRC, mild tone spotting & creased BLC. [Rated 120 by Proud] PO 14/4/90; closed

1942

Moulmein: double strike of double-circle ‘MOULMEIN/ 28MAR23/8-55P.M./SORTING’ on 4p on ¼a Postal Card, to Chirawa, Jaipur. Myingyan: double-circle ‘MYINGYAN/27JUL15/+REG+’, Proud #R4 on 1a carmine pair & ½a green KGV on printed envelope with Myingyan reg label to Rangoon, slightly reduced with large paper adherance. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 23/3/86; closed 1942 Myinkagon: double-circle ‘MYINKAGON/5SEP34/’, Proud #KD2, cancelling 1a brown & 3p slate KGV, to Kothmangalam, slightly reduced with repaired closed tear at top & small closed tear at base. [Rated 150 by Proud] PO 1/8/24; closed 1942 Rangoon: ‘RANGOON./OCT. 4 - R’ duplex, Proud #KD16, cancelling ½a blue QV envelope, H&G #B1b, backstamped with ‘FIRST.DELY/JEYPORE/OCT12’ (B1), reduced at right. PO 21/5/ 1853; closed 19/2/1942

Zigon: double-circle ‘ZIGON/6JUN21/+’, cancelling 1a carmine & ½a green x4 KGV, on plain cover with Zigon registration label, with Kothamangalam arrival of 17JUN21, reduced with several small tears. [Rated 100 by Proud] PO 1882; closed 1942 - poor Zigon of 7NOV22 on 1a carmine KGV on printed cover to Rangoon, letter included, tatty edges all round. [Rated 100 by Proud]

$40

$24

$25

$8

$8

$12 $5

$15

$15

$5

$15 $4

CAMEROONS EXPEDITIONARY FORCE 3332 * A 1915 Surcharges ½d on 5pf green & 1d on 10pf carmine, one copy of each with blue ovpt and a 2nd example of each with a $12 dark blue, almost black, ovpt, SG #B2-3, Cat £14+. (4) $10 $10 $20 3333 * A A1 - 3d on 30pf, SG #B6, hinge rem, Cat £13. $10 $35 3334 * A B1 - 6d on 50pf, SG #B8, Cat £13. $20 CAMEROUN (French) | Postal History 1941 stampless “F.M.” internal cover cancelled with ‘YAOUNDE/ 3335 *F A 21MAI41/CAMEROUN’ (A2), ‘LE COMM[MANDA]NT D’ARMES DE YAOUNDE’ (C2) seal at BLC, negative ‘CONTROLE $5 POSTAL/COMMISSION A’ (B1 - rare), double-circle ‘CONTROLE POSTAL/TERRITOIRE/DU/CAMEROUN/ Commission B’ (A2) both on face, ‘ESEKA/23MAI41/ $40 CAMEROUN’ (A1) & ‘KRIBI/24MAI41/CAMEROUN’ (C1) $6 transits on back. $140

$22 CANADA 3336 * NR 3337 W $20 3338 * $70 3339 W

B C1 A B1 A B1 A

3340 W A 3341 G B B1 $40

1897 Jubilee Issue 3c carmine, SG #126, Cat £12, very light printing tending to red, small thin. 1898-1902 2-Maple Leaves 10c deep brownish purple, SG #164, Cat £170. 1898 Christmas 2c lavender, SG #166, Cat £30. 1920s Semi Official Airmail Imperf 5c British Columbia Airways Limited label, mint no gum. - 10c Cherry Red Airline label, mint no gum. 1930-31 Pictorials Perf 11 50c blue, SG #302, Cat £17, creased TLC.

CANADA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3342 PS C 1887 New Scroll Work Around Numerals 1c slate-blue, HG $6 #8c, cancelled with some light tone spotting & several large paper adhesions. $15 $5 CANADA | Postal History 3343 *F A 1951 use of 10c brown & 5c blue, cancelled with a light barred design, also with ‘CAMP ROBINSON/19V/51/ONT.’ (A1), on air $12 mail cover to US Zone, Germany. $40 CANADA | Military - World War II Period 1942 British ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/*/MY7/42/320’ (Borden, $12 3344 * AHants) on GB ½d x2 & 2d on Canadian YMCA cover, ‘MASTIC POINT/13JUN42/BAHAMAS’ (A1) arrival on face. $12

$4 $70 $20 $20 $20 $8

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CANADA | Postmarks 3345 * A A2 Ponds Inlet: violet unframed ‘PONDS INLET BAFFIN ISLAND/ AU22/33/N.T.’ alongside 1c green KGV strip of 3 on cover to England. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 3346 V A 1855-63 Triangles Perkins Bacon Printing 4d blue, 3-margin just touching on 1 corner, SG #6a, Cat £80. 3347 G B - 6d pale rose-lilac 3-margins (close to touching), SG #7, Cat £200, a bit grubby. 3348 F A/B 1884-90 Seated Hope Wmk Crown/CA ½d grey to 1/- with multiple shades of 1d & 6d, SG #48-53, 4d blue rounded corner, 2d is pale bistre shade. (11) CAPE OF GOOD HOPE | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3349 PS A1892 QV 2½d olive-green, HG #3, cancelled with 1894 use from Port Elizabeth to London. CAPE OF GOOD HOPE | Postmarks 3350 S A A2 Brakpoort: framed ‘BRAKPOORT/MY2/02/C[.G.H]’ on 6d mauve. Very rare. 3351 S A A2 Mossel Bay: framed ‘MOSSEL-BAY/A/AP6/02’ on ½d Standing Hope pair. CAYMAN ISLANDS 3352 ** A- A1 1912-20 KGV ¼d brown gutter block of 14 (2x7), SG #40, gum a little aged, Cat £14. 3353 * A 1962-64 Pictorials 1/6d & 5/-, SG #176-7, Cat £33. 3354 ** A 1963 Red Cross set SG 181-2. CEYLON 3355 F A C2 3356 ** A

1866-68 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 14 1d blue, SG #61, Cat £10. 1950 Pictorials 5c block of 6, 15c block of 4, 30c block of 4 & 75c pair, SG #414-7, Cat £28.

CEYLON | Postal History 3357 *F B 1942 use of 20c tea & 5c coconut, cancelled with poor Colombo double-circle, on Grand Oriental Hotel envelope to Oakland, California, sealed at left with ‘OPENED BY/EXAMIINER/L/129’ label, some light staining. 3358 * A 1949 use of 25c & 50c on air cover from Colombo to NZ, black Ceylon ‘FTS’-in-circle, NZ 6d To pay handstamp, both on face with 6d adhesive paying tax. 3359 *F B 1969 use of official envelope, cancelled with ‘COLOMBO/4PM/ 16MAR/1969/CEYLON - GROW MORE FOOD’ (A2) bilingual slogan, to Melbourne, Vic, with inverted triangle ‘CEYLON/ PHILATELIC/BUREAU/COLOMBO’ & triple-oval handstamp in Sinhalese, airmail label removed, some light creasing. CHAD 3360 ** A CHINA 3361 ** A

3373 ** A A1 $20 COOK ISLANDS 3374 V A C2 3375 ** A 3376 * A C1 $60 3377 **/* A B1 $50

3378 *

$4

3379 * 3380 *

$10 CRETE 3381 * $50 $4

3392 F A A1 3393 * A A1

CHINA | Postal History 1956 use of 50f grey & 20f blue, cancelled with bilingual 3362 *F B ‘/56.6.2.24/PEKING/’ on illustrated cover from Chinese Observers in North Korea to Moscow by air, with bilingual triangular ‘/13’ (A1) in red, backstamped with Cyrillic Moscow 7, reduced at right, some light creasing. $100

COCOS ISLANDS 3367 F A A1 1969 Decimal Currency set of 12, SG #8-19. COCOS ISLANDS | First Day Covers 3368 * A 2002-12 Range 2002 Turtles, 2006 Fish (2 different), 2007 Shells, 2009 400 Years, 2010 Flowers, 2011 Boats & 2012 Skies. (8) COMORO ISLANDS - Independent 3369 ** A 1977 Paris New York Opt silver opt on 200f UN stamp, Zeppelin & Concord sheetlet of Sc #283. CONGO (Belgian) | Postal History 1938 (Apr 2) use of 50c Musicians x5 on cover from the Congo 3370 * B Balolo Mission, Basankusu to Scotland, some toning on stamps. 3371 *F A1942 use of 20f brown, 4f mauve, 75c pink & 50c mauve, cancelled with ‘ELISABETHVILLE/5-2-42.15/[posthorn]’ (B1), on cover to New Barnet, England, endorsed “BY CLIPPER - VIA MIAMI” sealed at left with ‘CENSURE/CONGO BELGE’ label & at right with both plain brown tape & ‘P.C.90/OPENED BY/ EXAMINER 6623/51-1545 CP&PCoLtd’ label, some mild toning. CONGO (former French Congo) 3372 ** A A1 1978 WWF 300f Buffon’s Kob, block of 6, Sc #457, Cat $75.

A B1 A A1 A A1 A B1

$20

$40

3394 F A A1 3395 * A C1 3396 F A A1 3397 F A A1 3398 ** A A1 3399 ** 3400 ** 3401 ** 3402 ** 3403 ** 3404 F

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

3405 **/* A A1 3406 F A A1

$40

3407 *

$30

3408 ** A A1 3409 ** A A1

$40

$30 $20

A A1

$10 CYRENAICA 3411 * A/A3412 U A

$4

$25

1880 Cyprus Overprints 1d red SG 2 Plate No 208. $100 1882-86 QV Wmk Crown CA 30pa pale mauve SG 17. $20 1882 Surcharges ½ on ½pi emerald-green SG 23. $70 1886 Sucharges ‘½’s 8mm apart, SG #29, Cat £15, fine ‘982’ of Famagusta. $12 1892-94 QV Wmk Crown CA 4pi olive-green SG 35. $30 1894-96 QV New Colours and Values 4pi sage-green and purple SG 44. $8 - 9pi brown and carmine SG 46. $20 1904-10 KEVII Wmk Multi Crown/CA 1pi carmine & blue, SG #64. $5 - 9pi brown and carmine SG 68. $8 1924-28 KGV Wmk Multi Script CA 12pi chestnut & black, SG #114. $6 1935 Pictorials 18pi black and olive-green SG 142. $35 1955 QEII Pictorials set SG 173-87. (15) $65 1962 Definitives 250M with broken step of door at right, SG #221, Cat £15+. $12 1963 Europa Tree set of 3, SG #224-6, Cat £25. $20 1963 Red Cross 100M, watermark downwards, SG #233. $4 1965 Europa Sprig set of 3, SG #267-9, Cat £12. $10 - 150M TLC vertical pair, SG #269, Cat £18. $14 1966 Definitives set of 14, SG #283-96, Cat £13. $10 1967 First Development Program 50M with spot above M of MMA, SG #300. $5 1968 WHO Anniversary marginal blocks of 2, 4 & 9 (hinged in margins only) showing varieties V1, V3 & V4, descriptions of which are not supplied, SG #323. $5 1969 Birds of Cyprus 40M with V1 damaged K of KIBRIS, SG #338. $5 1975 UPU Centenary 20M with orange spot on horse at left, SG #439. $5 1977 Silver Jubilee 120M damaged V of SILVER, SG #485. $5 1978 Europa Architecture 25M & 125M, SG #502,504, overprinted ‘SPECIMEN diagonally. $5

CYPRUS | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3410 S A B2 981: of Paphos on ½pa dull green QV. PO 30/9/1878.

$4

$30

$4

3390 F A A1 3391 F A A1

1982 Botanical Birds 2y Miniature Sheet .

$8

CRETE - AUSTRIAN POST OFFICES 3383 F A B1 1904 Plain Value Tablets 5c on 5h blue-green P13x13½, varnish bars, SG #F8A.

A B1

$15

$6

$6 $15 $15

$4 $8

3382 *

A- B1

$8

1898-99 British Administration 10pa blue, SG #B2, heavy hinge. 1901 New Colours 50L ultramarine, SG #14, Cat £13.50.

$20 CYPRUS 3386 * 3387 F 3388 F 3389 F

$20

CHRISTMAS ISLAND | Postal History 3366 *F A1979 use of 1977 20c Definitive on cover to Australia, cancelled with triple-circle ‘CHRISTMAS ISLAND/INDIAN/6-8MAY1979-6/ OCEAN’, to Australia, MM5.

A

1893-1900 White Tern 2d deep brown, SG #15. 1913-19 Wmk NZ/Star 1d red pair P14x14½, SG #41, Cat £18. 1931 Surcharges 2d on 1½d no wmk pair, SG #93, Cat £19. 1931 Surcharge 2d on 1½d wmk 43 pair, one unit hinged, SG #94. 1932-36 KGV Pictorials mixed set to 1/- with No Wmk P13 ½d, 1d & 2d, No Wmk P14 4d x2 & 6d & Wmk 2½d, 6d & 1/- (small thin), SG #99-112, Cat £60. 1944-46 Wmk 98 1/-, 2/- (woolly perfs) & 3/-, SG #143-5, Cat £82. 1949-61 Pictorial set of 10, SG #150-59, Cat £48.

CRETE - VENIZELOS REBEL ISSUES $15 3384 F A A1 1905 Crete Enslaved & King George 1d violet & red, SG #V10. $10 $2 CROATIA 3385 * A 1942 National Welfare 4K+2 carmine-brown imperf vertical pair, Mi #84U, Cat €50, ungummed, marginal creasing, not listed in $5 this colour.

1977 Personalities set of 5, in imperforate proofs on light card, Sc #330-4.

CHRISTMAS ISLAND | Philatelic Numismatic Covers 2011 Year of the Rabbit - APTA Sydney 2011 Overprint limited 3363 * A to 200. 3364 * A 2011 Year of the Rabbit - RPSV Bourse Overprint limited to 250, rubber band crease on plastic pocket. 2012 Year of the Dragon - APTA Bourse Overprint limited to 3365 * A 150.

A/A-

1980 Lake Placid Winter Olympics 200f Ski Jump, top block of 12, Sc #C263, Cat $17.

1950 Mounted Warrior 1m to 12m, ex 10m, SG #136-43, odd minor tone, Cat £30. (7) - 4m to 50m, ex 20m, SG #139-45, Cat £35. (6)

CZECHOSLOVAKIA 3413 * A 1926 Sokol Congress Ovpt set of 4, SG #249-52. 3414 V A 1937 Bratislava Stamp Exhibition Miniature sheet with fine $15 Exhibition cancel 29 X 37, Mi #377a. 3415 V A 1938 Prague Stamp Exhibition Miniature sheet with Exhibition cancel 1 VII 38 in blue, SG #388a

$5

$15 $30 $80 $10 $10

$65 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3416 PS A1872 Austrian Issue 2k yellow on buff with 57mm heading and no text on back, HG #18, stamp cancelled with ‘ABHRTAM/28/8’ (A1), minor stain on back. $20 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Commemorative Covers 3417 *F A1935 17th Anniversary of the Republic 3 stamps on special sheet cancelled with bi-colour ‘PRAHA 1/28-X-35-12/a/OSLAVY 28. RIJNA’, lightly soiled and 2 horizontal creases, unusual.

$20

$65 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postal History 1962 use of 1k purple pair, cancelled with double-circle 3418 *F A‘PRAHA06/30V62-10/g/’ (A1) on long registered Ambassade de $36 la Republique d’Irak cover to London, GB, with registration label & straight-line ‘Doporucene’ (A1), some edge wear.

$8

$15


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 CZECHOSLOVAKIA | Postmarks 3419 * B B1 Brunn: double-circle machine ‘BRUNN 2 x BRNO 2/26VII18-8/ 6?’ on 8h Postal Card to Vienna, filing hole. DAHOMEY | Postal History 1904 use of Benin 15c, cancelled with double-circle 3420 *F B ‘GRAND·POPO/29/JUIN/04/DAHOMEY ET DEPCES’ (B1) on local cover, ‘OUIDAH/30/JUIN/04/DAHOMEY ET DEPCES’ (A2) transit & ‘COTONOU/30/JUIN/04/DAHOMEY ET DEPCES’ (A1) arrival both on back. DANISH WEST INDIES 3421 F A C2 1873-1902 Bi-Colours Perf 14x13½ 1c brown-lake & yellowish green frame inverted, SG #11, Cat £22. 3422 F A A2 - 12c yellow-green & reddish purple, SG #27, Cat £100. DANZIG 3423 *

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EGYPT | Military - World War II Period 3461 *F A1941 use of 40m dark brown, 5m red-brown & 2m orange, cancelled with bilingual ‘MAADI/15JA41.3-4P/M/’ (C1) on plain $4 cover to Kingstown, Ireland with bilingual ‘EGYPTIAN CENSORSHIP/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label in blue on white, with bilingual double-circle ‘/56/POSTAL CENSOR’ (C1) in purple & backstamped with straight-line ‘P1469’ (A1) in purple, couple of small closed tears. $50 EL SALVADOR | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3462 PS A 1896 1c blue Arms on yellowish, HG #36, uprated with 5c, philatelic use to Germany, cancelled with 1896 Santa Ana duplex, ‘TRANSITO/26/FEB/96/PANAMA’ transit on face. $12 $50 FALKLAND ISLANDS 3463 ** A 1960-66 Birds 1½d & 1d DLR printings, SG #193a,194a, Cat £25. 3464 V A A1 1970 SS Great Britain 4d wmk crown to right of CA, SG $20 #259w, Cat £18. $15 3465 V A 1975 New Coinage set of 5, SG #316-20, CTO. $7 3466 ** A A1 1982 Birds set of 6, SG #433-8. 3467 ** A 1983 Sesquicentenary set of 11, SG #439-49. $100 3468 ** A 1984 Nature Conservation set of 4, SG #492-5. 3469 V A A1 1989-90 Ships £5 Flying Cloud, SG #582.

$25

$8

$20 1921 Constitution set of 10 zigzag roulette, SG #44-53, Cat £20. $12 3424 * A 1922 Arms set of 3 wmk sideways, SG #94a,94ba,95a, Cat £19. $5 3425 * A 1923 Air Wmk Small Lozenges set of 12, SG #112-23, Cat £10. $3 3426 * A 1923 New Currency Surcharges set 12, SG #166-77, Cat $8 £110, with various expertizing handstamps on 75pf and above. $4 3427 ** A 1924-38 Definitives 3p, 7p, 10p green, 15p grey, 20p (both), $9 25p (both), 30p purple, 40p vermilion & brown, 40p deep blue, 50p, 60p, 70p, 75p & 80p, SG #177a-94 range, Cat £178. $120 FALKLAND ISLANDS | Postmarks 3428 ** A - 5p orange, 10p green & 10p blue-green, all with interrupted 3470 * A- B1 Fox Bay: double-circle ‘FOX BAY/B/DE7/36/FALKLAND ISLANDS’ on ½d & 1d Centenary on James cover, selotape perfs, SG #178a,179a,179e, Cat £91. $70 damage on top. $30 3429 ** A C1 - 5p orange on pale yellow wmk upright, SG #178c, Cat £150 for hinged (Mi #193yX, Cat €500). $200 3430 ** A 1924 Buildings set of 5, SG #200-4, Cat £120. $120 FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES to 1956 3471 V A 1949 UPU set of 4, SG #G21-24, Cat £10. $8 3431 ** A 1925 Buildings - New Colours 1g black & orange & 2d black & carmine, SG #205-6, Cat £29. $25 FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES to 1956 | Postal History 3432 ** A 1929 Philatelic Exhibition set of 3, SG #207-9, Cat £17. $15 3472 *F A 1954 cover to England with Ship set to 1/- tied by Falkland Island 3433 ** A 1932 Air Post Exhibition set of 5, SG #221-5, Cat £60. $60 Dependency South Georgia cds 26AU54. $35 3434 ** A 1934 Winter Relief set of 3, SG #226-8, Cat £60. $50 3435 ** A 1934-36 Surcharges set of 5, incl all 8p colours, SG #229-31, FALKLANDS DEPENDENCIES 1980-85 Cat £22. $20 3473 ** A 1984 Defins set of 13 with ‘1984’ imprint date, SG #74B-86B. $6 3436 ** A 1935 Air set of 5, SG #233-7, Cat £22. $20 3437 ** A 1935 Winter Relief set of 3, SG #238-40. $5 FAROE ISLANDS 1975-88 Complete incl M/S on Leuchturn hingeless pages, SG 3438 ** A 1936 Winter Relief set of 5, SG #244-8, Cat £19. $16 3474 ** A #6-173, all checked stamps were MUH, Cat £250+. $100 3439 ** A 1937 Philatelic Exhibition 50p blue Air M/S, SG #252. $5 3440 ** A 1937 Productivity Show 15p & 40p M/S, SG #254a, Cat £60. $50 3441 ** A 1937 Winter Relief set of 5, SG #255-9, Cat £21. $18 FAROE ISLANDS | Postmarks 3442 ** A 1938 Schopenhauer set of 3, SG #260-2. $6 3475 D A A1- Skáli: double-circle ‘SKÁLI/16.11.68. 9.00/PR. TÓRSHAVN’ on 60ø red Frederick IX. $4 3443 ** A 1938-39 Air set of 4, SG #263-6, Cat £12. $10 3444 ** A 1939 Prussian Annexation set of 4, SG #281-4. $5 FIJI 3476 W A C2 1881-99 1/- Brown deep brown shade P10, SG #64a, Cat £85. $40 DANZIG | Official Stamps 3445 * A A1 1922 Angled ‘DM’ 5m wmk upright, SG #O120 $4 3477 F A C1 - pale brown shade, P11, SG #66, Cat £14, CTO’d on the nose with ‘SUVA/15/DEC/00’ (A2-). $6 3478 ** A A1 1938-55 KGVI Pictorials 2d green and magenta P12 Imprint DANZIG | Postage Dues and Plate No1 block of 6 SG 225a. $20 3446 ** A 1932 Surcharges set of 3, SG #D226-8, Cat £50. $40 $28 3447 ** A 1938-39 Wmk Swastikas set of 5, SG #D263-7, Cat £33. $30 3479 ** A A1 - 5d Blue Canes, SG #258, Cat £42. 3480 ** A A2 - 5d blue & scarlet Sugar Cane, SG #258, Cat £42, short corner DANZIG | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards perf. $25 3448 PS A 1934 10pf with picture of Hevelius in red at left HG 45, minor 3481 * A A1 1971-72 Birds & Flowers complete set, SG #435-50, Cat £38. crease at top left. $70 (16) $12 3482 V A A1 - set of 16, SG #435-50, Cat £19. $14 DENMARK 3483 ** A A1 1979 Endangered Species 25c Long-Legged Warbler gutter 3449 F A 1851 Imperf 4s yellow-brown four margins good to close, SG block of 10, SG #566, Cat £40+. $22 #5, Cat £60. $30 3450 F A 1854 Imperf 4s green four margins good to close, SG #12, Cat FIJI | Booklets £100. $40 3484 B** A 1971 20c (2c X10) with 2c Cardinal Honeyeater, SG #SB20. $5 3451 F A - 16s grey-lilac four good margins, SG #13, Cat £225. $100 3485 B** A 1971 20c (1c X8, 2c X6) with 1c Flower & 2c Cardinal 3452 F B B2 1864 Crown in Double Oval 3s mauve, SG #24, pulled perf, Honeyeater, SG #SB21. $10 Cat £90. $30 FIJI | First Day Covers DOMINICA 1953 Royal Visit illustrated FDC with QE II 8d Royal Visit tied 3486 *F A 3453 ** A 1984 Shipping set of 4 plus M/S, SG #890-4, Cat £14. $10 by Suva cds 16DE53. $15 3487 * A1962 Definitives 1d, 1½d, 2½d, 3d, 1/6d, 2/- & 5/- on Philatelic DOMINICA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards Society of Fiji illustrated cover, typed address. $10 3454 PS A 1886 Round Frame, Buff Stock 1½d brown, HG #4, slight corner damage to BRC. $5 FIJI | Postmarks 3488 D A A2 Ba: ‘P.O. BA/17/APR/08/FIJI’, on 1d red KEVII. PO c.1871. $4 DOMINICA | Postal History 3489 * A A2 - ‘BA/18JE65 3/FIJI’ (Proud #D6), on 3d ITU on nice illustrated 3455 *F A 1938 use of stampless OHMS cover to USA, cancelled at advertising cover for Nagan Engineering Works. $10 Roseau. $12 3490 S A- A1 Bua (1): mss “Bua/19/6/93” on 2d Pirogue. [Rated 50 by Proud] PO c.1871; closed c.1922. $25 EAST AFRICA & UGANDA | Postal History 3491 S B A2 Buca Bay (1): ‘BUCA BAY/2?DEC36/[FIJI]’ on 2d grey KGV, 3456 *F A 1918 use of 6c red KGV (SG 46) on cover to UK cancelled with rounded BRC. PO 1/3/1907; renamed Diloi PO 20/12/1934. $5 poor Jinja of 11DE/18. $10 3492 * A A1- Bukuya: triple-circle ‘Bukuya postal Agency/”26/1/68”/*’ (Proud 1943 use of 25c blue air letter card, to Bagshot, Surrey, with 3457 *F A #D1) on 10d on cover to England. PO 24/11/1956. $20 framed ‘PASSED BY ARMY/CENSOR/No. II/1’ (B1) & boxed 3493 S A- B1 Davutu: straight-line ‘DAVUTU’, on 1d violet KGV pair, hinge ‘PASSED BY BASE CENSOR/E.A. No. III/02’ (A1-), sealed at reinforced join. [Rated 60 by Proud] PO 1/3/1915; closed 20/10/ top with ‘OPENED BY CENSOR’ tape tied with double-circle 1938. $15 ‘E.A./3IX43/A.P.O. 81’. $50 3494 D A A2 Korovou: ‘KOROVOU/14SEP??/FIJI’ on 2d grey KGV. Replaced Sawanika PO 19/5/1921. $10 EGYPT | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3495 * A A1 Lagalevu: double-circle ‘LAGALEVU/*/24JU/68/FIJI’ on 1d & 2d 3458 PS A1889 Pyramid & Sphinx 1p ultramarine, 146x111mm, HG #B2, on cover. PO 1/4/1967. $20 toned at top edge. $4 3496 D A A2 Loma Loma (1): straight-line ‘[L]OMA LOMA’ on 1d red KEVII EGYPT | Postal History overstamped with ‘G.P.O. SUVA/14/AUG/08/FIJI’ (A2-). [Rated 3459 *F A 1929 use of 1927-37 15m blue Fuad, cancelled with bi-lingual ‘/ 100 by Proud] PO c.1872; closed c.1908. $12 10OC29.12/ALEXANDRIA’ (B1), double-circle ‘BAGDAD/SOR./ 3497 S A B3 Loma Loma (2): ‘[LOMA] LOMA’ straight-line handstamp on 16OCT29/’ (B1) transit, poor Isfahan arrival, contents included. $12 KEVII ½d green. PO 1/11/1909. $6 1977 philatelic cover to Poland with 2 diff United Nations Polish 3460 *F A 3498 D A A2 Nabouwalu (2): ‘NABOUWALU/30OCT29/[F]IJI’ on 2d grey Forces rubber cachets. $5 KGV on piece. PO 1/7/1915. $5 A


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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 Nadroga: ‘NADROGA’ straight-line hand-stamp on KEVII 1d purple & black on red, overstruck with Suva of 1905. PO c.1890; renamed Sigatoka PO c.-/6/1968.

- ‘P.O. NADROG[A]/28/JUN/1917/FIJI’ on 2d grey KGV, rounded BRC. 3501 * A- A1- - ‘P.O. NADROGA/24AUG51/FIJI’, on 1d brown & blue KGVI Pictorial, tiny closed tear at right, some light toning. [Rated 300 by Proud] PO c.1890; renamed Sigatoka PO c.-/6/1968. 3502 D A B2 Nanukuloa (2): ‘N[A]NUKULOA/7NOV46/FIJI’ in violet on ½d & 2d KGVI Pictorials. Renamed from Naiserelagi PO 17/7/1934. 3503 * A A1 Natuvu (2): ‘NATUVU/9OCT70/FIJI’, on 2c green QEII envelope. Renamed from Buca Bay PO 16/11/1953. 3504 S A- A1- Rabi: straight-line ‘RABI’ Type I on 1d mauve & black on red KEVII, thin at left edge. PO 20/1/1906. 3505 S A B1 - straight-line ‘RABI’ Type II, on 2d Silver Jubilee. 3506 S A A2 Raki Raki: ‘[RA]KI RAKI’ on 1d purple & black on red KEVII with 1905 handstamp. PO c.1890. 3507 * A A1 Rotuma: ‘ROTUMA/9OC70.9/FIJI’ on Jackson 2c green QEII envelope PO c.1894. 3508 * B A1- Suva: ‘G.P.O. SUVA/6/JAN/1915/FIJI’ (arcs 4½,5, ‘G’ with tail, Proud #D7), on 1d red KGV, on cover to Katoomba, NSW, some toning, backflap missing. [Rated 250 by Proud] 3509 * A A1 - ‘POSTAGE PAID IN CASH/25MR61.1/SUVA-FIJI’ (Proud #PD6) in red, on OHMS cover by air to London, with doublecircle ‘FIJI/OFFICIAL/G.S./PAID’ (A1) in purple. 3510 * A A1 - boxed ‘SUVA/R/No GA...’ (Proud #R25), on OHMS cover, cancelled with ‘POST OFFICE/29AUG66/SUVA. FIJI’ (A1), backstamped with ‘MOUNT ALBERT/1SP66 1/N.Z’ (A1-) arrival. 3511 S A- A2 Waikava: straight-line ‘WAIKAV[A]’ on 1d red KGV. Renamed from 3512 * A A1 3513 * A B2

Navuni PO 2/7/1913; closed 28/9/1949.

Waiyevo: ‘WAIYEVO/13AP59.8/FIJI’ (arcs) on 1/- fishing on Tatts cover by air. [Rated 100 by Proud.] PO 1/8/1910. Yacata (2): violet double-circle ‘YACATA/*/4AP/68/FIJI’ on 3d QEII. PO 12/1/1962.

GAMBIA | Postal History 3531 * A 1944 (Jan 15) use of stampless OHMS registered cover from Bathurst to NZ, light ‘NN/3’ censor on face. $6 $4 GERMAN STATES 3532 F A North German Confederation: 5gr olive-brown Mi 6 tied to piece by boxed NIEHEIM 7 7 * 7 -8 M cancel. $25 GERMAN STATES | Bavaria | Numeral & Letter Postmarks $8 $55

3533 S A B2 3534 S A A2 3535 S B A2

$8 GERMAN STATES | Brunswick | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous $10 3536 PS B Money Order 1865 1gr carmine on pink, type 1, line under Bemerkungen 13mm, HG #J1, cancelled with blue double-circle $8 ‘WOLFENBUTTEL/27/3/10½-11’ (B1 - 1866). $8 GERMAN STATES | Prussia | Postal Stationery - Envelopes $25

3537 PS A-

$12 GERMANY 3538 F A A1 3539 F A B1 $8 3540 F A B2 $10 3541 F B A1 $10

3542 F/G A B1

$10

3543 F/G A/B

FINLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3514 PS A 1917 Usage of 20P blue envelope with additional 5P green tied by cds 3 IV 17.

$25

3544 F A B1 3545 F A A2

FINLAND | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous 3515 PS A 1885 Return Receipt 10p rose on cream, HG #W6, with ‘SPECIMEN’ opt.

$30

FRANCE 3516 F A A1 3517 F A A1

1876 Peace & Commerce 1 Fr Olive on yellow Die, SG #224, Cat £11 1953 Sports 75f Horse Jumping, SG #1190, Cat £18.

FRANCE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3518 PS A1892 New Stock 10c black on pale green, HG #52, cancelled with double-circle ‘REIMS/14?|29/OCT/98/MAIRNE’ (B1) & bearing double-circle ‘FORMIES/230/OCT/95/NORD’ (A1-) arrival 3519 PS A1901 Rights of Man 10c carmine on green, HG #60, control number ‘145’, cancelled with double-circle ‘LIMOGES/21*/104/02/HTE VIENNE’ (A1-), & backstamped with light double-circle ‘LED G? CHEZEAUX/21/AVRIL/02/HTE VIENNE’ (B1) arrival, vertical crease at left. FRANCE | Postal History 3520 * A1845 (Oct 21) entire from La Rochefoucauld to Angouleme, rated “9” in red. 3521 * A/B 1863-65 Group of 9 covers, all cancelled with ‘GC ‘1769’ and tied with Le Havre datestamp. 3522 * B 1869 (Feb 25) use of 40c Napoleon, cancelled with ‘9’-in-star tied by poor R. Montaigne. 3523 *F A B1 1878 use of 10c black on violet post card (H&G# 40) cancelled with double circle ‘PARAYleMONTAL/2o29/JUL/SAÔNE-ETLOIRE’ backstamped with Roma cds of 31/7 and Italian oval ‘4?/ DIST./31/LUG/-c’ (B1) handstamp. 1939 (Jun 1) use of 1fr pair, 2fr25 & 5fr Carcassone, cancelled 3524 *F Awith ‘PARIS 49.1515-1.VI/1939/RUE DES PETITS-CHAMPS’ (A1) to Vaucluse, Sydney, light violet handstamp applied at Vaucluse instructing sender to avoid delays by putting the correct address of Edgecliff. 3525 *V A 1951 (Aug 10) use of 5f & 40f & 50f Views on air cover from Lyon to Sydney. FRANCE | Military - World War I Period 1915 use of plain cover endorsed “Service de prisonniers de 3526 *F A guerre”, to Holstein, with boxed ‘VU PAR L’INTERPRÈTE/FORTBARRANY’. 1917 use of ‘CARTE POSTALE’, cancelled with boxed ‘P. G. 3527 *F AVISE/13·REGION’ (A1-) in purple, to Oppeln from POW held in France, small closed tear at top & some mild creasing. FRANCE | Military - World War II Period 3528 *F A 1947 use of POW postcard, cancelled with double-circle ‘DÉPOT DE P.G.151/CONTROLE/Vu par’ (A2-), from Marseille to Hessen. FRANCE | Postmarks Autun: 29mm double-circle ‘AUTUN/20/SEPT./1842/(70)’ on 3529 * A1 outer rated “9”, 21mm double-circle ‘EPINAC/20/SEPT./42/(70)’ arrival on back FRANCE | General Colonies Issues 3530 * A A1 1881-86 Commerce: 1f olive-green on toned, SG #58, Cat £80.

14: of Aschaffenburg/Alzenau on 6k brown. 217: of München/Holzkirchen on 3k blue. 508: of Falkenstein/Straubing on 3k blue (thinned).

3546 ** A A1

1862 Eagle 2 Lines Through Stamp 1sgr rose on white paper, HG #B23, cancelled with boxed ‘ST. GUAR/11 8 * ?’ (C1), flap removed.

$10

$15 $6 $6 $6

$25

$25

1872 Small Shield 2gr ultramarine, Mi #5, Cat €20. $8 1872 Large Shield 1gr carmine with coloured flaw in solid border above E of REICH. $15 - 9kr reddish brown, Mi #27a, Cat €320, 3 trimmed perfs at BLC. $80 1874 Overprints 2½gr brown-orange, Mi #29, Cat €55, some toning primarily on back. $12 1915-19 ‘DEUTSCHES REICH’ Wmk Lozenges 1M (2 shades), 2M, 3M & 5M all perf 25:17, Mi #94.II-97.II. (5) $8 1916-18 Germania Unshaded 7½pf orange (3 shades), 15pf yellow-brown, 15pf violet, 2pf grey & 75pf (3 shades), Mi #99104 range. (10) $10 1934 Airmail 2m dark yellow-green & black, Mi #538, Cat €25. $12 1934 German Colonisers 25(pf) brown & blue, Mi #543, Cat €26. $15 1934 von Schiller 12 (pf) bottom marginal block of 4, Mi #555. Very minor gum disturbance due selvedge having been folded under and hinge remainder on selvedge, well-centred and fresh, Cat €304+. $100 1936 Zeppelin set of 2, Mi #606-7, Cat €50 for no gum. $40

3547 W A $6 GERMANY | Official Stamps $15 3548 F A B1 1920 Bavarian Postage Dues Opt ‘Deutches/Reich’ short set to 3m, Mi #34-50, Cat €33, 70pf, 75pf & 80pf on small piece. (17)

$15

GERMANY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3549 PS A1875 New Currency ½g brown, HG #1, cancelled with ‘STETTIN/31 3/74/7-8N.’ (A1), some corner wear, light vert. $4 crease. 3550 PS A 1923 25m brown, HG #154, used but not posted.

$4 $5

GERMANY | Postal History 1941 use of 12p Hindenburg on cover to Prague, stamp 3551 *F A $4 cancelled with double-circle ‘GOLLNOW/15.7.41.15/’ (B1), contents included. 3552 *F A1944 use of Feldpost letter sheet, cancelled with double-circle ‘23.1.44.-16’, to Munich, with ‘Olenitstelle ?? 3633/[eagle]/ $12 Briefstempel’ (A2) in purple, small closed tear at base. 3553 *F A 1964 use of 10pf Durer on cover to Munich with “35” altered to $30 “40” and red boxed ‘Nachgebühr/31.7.64/1’ (A1) all on face. $40 GERMANY | Flight Covers 3554 *F A 1936 Local Zeppelin Card with 50pf Hindenburg tied by Friedrichshafen cds 23 3 36 carried on local flight of the Hindenburg with Luftschiff LZ 129 cachet in red. $15 GERMANY | Military - World War II Period 3555 *F A 1942 use of POW postcard, cancelled with dumb double-circle ‘15.1.42?24’, bearing straight-line ‘Besetztes Gebiet’ (A1-) in purple & boxed ‘geprüft/15/M-Stammerlager IV D’ (A1-). - use of ‘Feldpost’ letter sheet, cancelled with double-circle $25 3556 *F A ‘SCHOPHEIM/22.12.42.10-11/D’, to Holstein, with circular civilian censor handstamp for Schopheim. $15 3557 *F A 1943 stampless cover, cancelled with void datestamp of 19.11.43-12/qq, FPO 03148 (B1 - Herzogenbusch, Netherlands) handstamp in BLC, to Austria. 1944 use of stampless envelope, cancelled with double-circle 3558 *F A$25 ‘SULZBERG/17.III.44.-/b’ (B1), to Feldpost L-13591 Air Field Command 13/V1, Minsk? Russia, letter included, some light toned spots. $25 3559 *F A- use of ‘Kriegsgefangenenpost’ letter sheet, cancelled with thick oval ‘13 11 44/5-6N’ (A1), & bearing hexagonal ‘Geprüft/51/ Stalag VC’ (A1, Offenburg) in red & mss “Fa” in handstamped red circle, to Poland, a few tone spots. $8 GERMANY - Allied Occ. (American, British & Soviet) 3560 F A A1 1947-48 Industry: 2pf black, Mi #943c. GERMANY - Allied Occupation (American & British) 3561 F B A1 1945 German Printing: 5pf emerald, P11½, Mi #19D, Cat €75, $15 BLC has slight crease. 3562 F A- B1 - 20pf cyan, P11½x11, Mi #26bB, Cat €25, some slight toning. $40

$40 $20 $15

$85

$8 $12 $15

$15

$8 $4

$30 $6


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 3599 F A

GERMANY - Allied Occupation (Soviet) 3563 * A 1946 West Saxony Leipzig Town Hall: set of 4, imperf, wmk Rising Steps, Mi #162-5BY, Cat €12.

$6

GERMANY - Allied Occupation (Soviet) | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3564 PS A1948 Von Stephen 12(pf) grey, HG #1116, use from Gera to Saigon, uprated stamps removed, printed message in French asking about exchanging stamps. Unusual.

$5

GERMANY - West 3565 F A B1 3566 F A A1 3567 F A A1 3568 F A- B1 3569 F A A1

1951 Posthorn 70pf yellow-orange, Mi #136, Cat €19. 1953 Von Liebig 30pf, Mi #166, Cat €30. 1953 Transport Exhibition 30pf dark blue, Mi #170, Cat €30. 1956 Humanitarian Relief Fund set of 4, Mi #243-6, Cat €25, minor surface abrasion on 40+10pf. 1962 Butterflies set of 4, Mi #376-9.

GERMANY - West | Postal History 1957 use of 1957 10p Württemberg (first day) & mining set, 3570 *V A cancelled with light Dortmund of 16.11.57 on air cover to Australia, 1p numeral x3 & 10p Württemberg uncancelled on back.

3601 F A

$6 $4

$6

GERMAN COLONIES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3573 PS A 1905 Usage of Levant 20 Para on 10pf card used from Constantinopel to France with Constantinopel cds 13 12 05.

$75

3580 ** A

1889-96 Spanish Currency 75c olive-green, SG #29, Cat £32. 1938-51 Pictorials 1d P14 SG 122, Cat £23, small perf repair. 1963 Red Cross set SG 175-6. (2) 1974 Churchill Centenary se-tenant vertical pair miniature sheet, SG #339. 1988 Birds set of 4, SG #596-9.

GIBRALTAR | Military - World War II Period 1943 stampless envelope with boxed ‘POSTAGE PAID’ (A2) in 3581 *F Apurple, cancelled with ‘POST/OFFICE - MARITIME/MAIL’ (A1) in red, to Portsmouth, with tombstone ‘FROM H·M· SHIPS/[seal]/ PASSED BY CENSOR/SIGNATURE·DATE·’ (B2) in purple, small closed tear at right. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS 3582 * A A1 1949 UPU set SG 59-62. (4) 3583 ** A 1963 Red Cross set SG 80-1. (2) GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Postmarks 3584 S A A3 Abemama: double-circle ‘GILBERT &[ELLICE ISLANDS]/ ABEMAM[A ISLAND]/JN2[?]/18/POST O[FFICE]/ PROT[ECTORATE]’, on 1d red KGV. PO c.1910. 3585 D A B3- triple-circle ‘GILBERT[ & ELLICE ISLANDS PROTECTORAT]E/Collector of/[crown]/Revenue/ABEMAMA’ #59, on 2½d Pandanus. 3586 * A- B1 Canton Island - British PO: 3 strikes of ‘CANTON/ISLAND/ 10MAY59-430PM/GILBERT/&/ELLICE ISLANDS’ on QEII Pictorials 9 values to 2/-, on air cover to Sydney, minor faults. PO 3587 D A A23588 D A D1 3589 S A A2-

25/1/1941; closed c.-/2/1968.

Funafuti: ‘GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLAND/4NO37/POST OFFICE/FUNAFUTI’, on 1d mauve & ½d green KGV. PO c.1911. Kuria: worn violet double-circle ‘GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS/P.O./KURIA/COLONY’ (#10 - letters 2½mm high) on KGV 1d violet. PO c.1912. Nanumea: double-circle ‘[POST OFFICE]/16JA/57/NANUMEA’, on 2d green & purple.

GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS | Gilbert Islands | Postmarks 3590 * A A13591 * A A1 GOLD COAST 3592 F A B1

Abiang: double-circle ‘ABIANG/*/26JA/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’, on 1c Toddy & 4c Fishing on Simpson cover. Maiana: double-circle ‘MAIANA/*/29JA/76/GILBERT ISLANDS’, on 5c Canoe, on Simpson cover. 1902 Wmk Crown CA 2d dull purple & orange-red, SG #40.

GOLD COAST | Postal History 3593 * A 1940s use of 2d slate on censored cover to NZ “via UK”, type 1A censor 6 on face and type 1A reseal label at left. 1943 use of 1d red-brown pair & ½d green on cover to NZ, ‘T’3594 * A in-circle on face and South African censor reseal at left. GOLD COAST | Postmarks 3595 S C A2 Ada: ‘ADA/AP8/92/[G]OLD COAST’ on 1d. 3596 S A B2 Anomabu: crowned double-circle ‘[AN]AMABOE/15JUL/1913/ [GOLD COA]ST’ (sic) on 1d red KGV. 3597 S A B3 Obuasi: ‘[OB]UASSI/21NOV/1902/GOLD C[OAST]’ on ½d QV. GREAT BRITAIN 3598 W B B1

1858-79 2d Blue Plates 9 [RH], SG #45, few toned perfs, Cat £350.

3604 F A B1

3606 V A $12 $8

GIBRALTAR 3576 * A B1 3577 * B A2 3578 ** A 3579 ** A A1

3603 F A

3605 F A A1

GERMAN POST OFFICES IN MOROCCO | Postmarks 3572 S A B2 Masagan: ‘[M]ASAGAN/[(M]AROKKO)/?.11/[DEU]TSCHE POST’ on 5c on 5p green.

1976 Trade Fair imperf set of 4. 1977 Prince Charles Visit set of 4 on FDC, SG #806-9.

3602 U A/A-

$10 $8 $15

GERMANY - Berlin & Brandenburg 3571 ** A B1 1945 5pf green, Mi #1, with coloured flaw above nose.

GHANA 3574 ** A 3575 * A

3600 F A

3607 U A 3608 F A B1 3609 F A B1 3610 * A- A1 3611 ** A A1

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1862-64 QV Small Uncoloured Corner Letters 4d pale red SG 80 tied to piece by indistinct barred oval cancel. $75 1865-73 QV Large Uncoloured Corner Letters 4d vermilion Plate 12 tied to piece by faint C30 and fine Valparaiso Paid cds SP 30 71 at left, GB used in Chile SG Z64. $50 1883-84 Coloured Letters in Corners 5/- rose SG 180 Cat £200. $75 1887-92 QV Jubilee Issue ½d to 1/- original set of 12, SG #197211 range, 5d is Die II; postmarks include Newspaper Branch, squared circle, small s/r on 4½d ‘BUXTON/OC10/94/P.P’ and on 1/- dull green (good colour), part ‘EASTCHEAP B.O/ JA22/89/E.C’, BN ‘158’ on ½d. Some small faults, mainly fine, Cat £263+. $60 1902 -10 KEVII DLR Printing 5/- deep bright carmine SG 264 £200. $100 1902-10 KEVII Harrison Printing P15x14 4d deep bright orange, SG #286, Cat £15. $12 1934 Re-Engraved Seahorses 2/6d chocolate-brown, SG #450, Cat £40. $25 1939-48 KGVI High Values 10/- ultramarine block of 4, SG #478a, light crayon marks and very fine cds. $15 1948 Silver Wedding used set, SG #493-4. $20 1951 Festival High Values 2/6d to £1 SG 509-12, Cat £25. (4) $6 1955-58 QEII Waterlow Castles 2/6d to £1 SG 536-39, Cat £55+. (4) $12 - £1 black, SG #539, Cat £130, couple of short perfs $55 1969 Large Machins set of 4, SG #787-90, Cat £10. $7

GREAT BRITAIN | Booklets 3612 B** A 3/9d Wmk Tudor Crown Dec 1954, 1 pane remaining (2½d x6), SG #G4, Cat £18.

GREAT BRITAIN | Local Stamps 3613 * A 1936 Atlantic Coast Air Services ½d black, 1d red & 3d greygreen. 3614 1981 Staffa Royal Wedding £8 23carat gold stamp in special folder, facing page a bit spotty. Probably the gold is now worth much more than the £8 face value. $25 * A 1959 Lundy maxicard with 3½p Razorbill, cancelled 25NOV59. $8 3615 Attractive. $22 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $7 3616 PS A1870 Framed QV ‘To’ in Address Line ½d violet on buff, group $8 of 6, addressed but uncancelled, HG #1 (Huggins & Baker #CP2). 3617 PS B 1875 QV Foreign 1¼d red-brown on buff, size a, HG #4 (Huggins & Baker #CP5), age spots. 3618 PS A 1902 KEVII 4 Line Heading 1d HG 30, (Huggins & Baker #CP64) to Germany in 1905, message in shorthand (?). $5 $5

$5

$5 $10 $10

$20 $5 $6

$80 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3619 PS A1881-83 Date Circles Removed 1d pink with Die number on cream laid paper size d, HG #B9h (Huggins & Baker #EP29). $7 $15 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3620 PS A 1983 £1.16 sizes G & H, H&B #RP116. 3621 PS A 1984 £1.27 sizes G, H & K, H&B #RP117.

$8 $12

GREAT BRITAIN | Postal Stationery - International Reply Coupons 3622 PS A 1950s Imperial Reply Coupon for “4” on 3d, issued at Canterbury in 1952 and exchanged at Claremont, Tasmania.

$5

$25

$4

$25 GREAT BRITAIN | First Day Covers 3623 *V A 1983-86 Commemorative sets, almost complete run between SG 1215 & 1355, Cat £80+ as used. (26) $40 1938 KGVI 3d violet on plain typed FDC cancelled with Palmers 3624 *F A$12 Green machine cancel of 31 JAN 1938, SG #467, closed tear at top from opening. $6 $8 GREAT BRITAIN | Postal History 3625 * B 1817 (Mar 15) front with crowned free handstamp on face, signed by anti-slavery campaigner. William Wilberforce. [Free $20 mail was provided for politicians, at this stage Wilberforce was the member for Bramber.] $40 $6 1826 entire with “4” on face to Warwickshire, red unframed 3626 *F A‘BIRMINGHAM/MY1/1826/[milage]’ (B2) on back. $25 1843 Entire from Whitburn to Pennycimck with imperf QV 1d red 3627 *F Abrown tied by fine Maltese cross in black with boxed Whitburn $8 FE 9 1843 and boxed Pennycimck FE 10 1843 backstamps in black, filing crease. $75 $8 3628 *F A 1850 use of nice 3-margins 1d red on blue [QA], light blue ‘SUTTON-IN-ASHFIELD’ (C1-) backstamp. $12 * 1905 usage of PPC from France to Scotland with French $4 3629 F A adhesive cancelled by superb London MB Sp 7 05 cds. $50 1919 use of 1d red KGV, cancelled with barred oval ‘I.S/D’ on 3630 *F A ‘The Practical Engineer’ wrapper to Washington DC, with crenulated box ‘WAR DEPT./O.C.E./AUG 9 1919’ (A1) in blue. $65 $15 3631 * A 1936 Buckingham Palace stampless mourning cover from the Private Secretary to the King with very fine boxed ‘ERI/VIII’ $15 handstamp on face and red London Official Paid CDS of 24JY/36. The enclosed letter thanks Lord Horder of advising the King about The Maharaja of Mysore. Fine and scarce Royalty $6 item. $100 1941 use of 1½d Stamp Centenary & 1½d brown on cover from $4 3632 *F ABritish Legation in Athens, cancelled on arrival in London, poor $5 filing handstamp on back from RAF Netheravon with endorsement that the addressee’s whereabouts are unknown. $45 $50


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3634 *F A 3635 * B

Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 - use of ‘LONDON/27II41/E.C.2 - GREAT BRITAIN/POST PAID/N 2½D 1’ (A1) meter in red, on Western Union cablegram envelope, cablegram form included, octagonal ‘PASSED/BY/ CENSOR/[crown]/No./2374’ (A1-) in purple on face, small closed tear and some creasing to top edge. 1944 Post Office Telegram and small ‘POST OFFICE TELEGRAM’ envelope from USA to Northwood, no indications of censoring. 1951 (Mar 19) cover from London to “Merka/Somalia” and then redirected multiple times around NZ. The enclosed letter is a purchase order for 6 copies of Captain Smith’s Somali vocabulary.

GREAT BRITAIN | Military & Censor Mail 3636 *F A 1975 use of 6p green & 2p green machins, cancelled with ‘FORCES POST OFFICE/93/30AUG75/*’ (A2) on air cover to Vienna, Austria with large triple-circle cachet in arabic feat. crossed curved knives. GREAT BRITAIN | Military - World War I Period 1916 ½d green KGV x2 cancelled with double-circle ‘LARK HILL 3637 *F ACAMP/?/17JU/16/SALISBURY’ (B1), on black & white PPC of ‘St. Mary’s Church, Amesbury, Salisbury Plain’, to Kilmore, Vic, some slight toning. GREAT BRITAIN | Military Postmarks 3638 * A A1- Army Post Office double-circle ‘ARMY POST OFFICE/B/ 26FE/19/S.17’ (Etaples, France), on 2d black KGV Registration Envelope with blue registration label, to Bungay, Suffolk, with boxed ‘[crown]/PASSED/BY/CENSOR/No./6260’. GREAT BRITAIN | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3639 D A B1 23: (numerals 4mm high) of Bexley on 1d red-brown on blued [EA] on piece. GREAT BRITAIN | Postmarks 3640 * A A2- Bridestow Camp: ‘CAMP/730AM/AU4/04/B[RIDES]TOWE R.S.O. DEVON’ on ½d blue-green on Valentine’s Series black & white PPC of ‘14821. Lydford Cascade’, addressed to Cornwall. [Rare Military PO opened for 1 week, (30/7/1904-6-8-1904).] 3641 * A A2 Edinburgh: unframed ‘PAID AT EDINR/A/JAN3/1833’ on entire to Falkirk, rated “6” in red. 3642 * A- B2 Kingsland: red boxed ‘Kingsland’ on entire to Henley on Thames, red octagonal ‘7 NIGHT 7/AP11/1824’ (B2) backstamp.

$25

3668 ** 3669 ** 3670 F 3671 F

A A1 A A A1 A A1

HONG KONG | First Day Covers 1968 Human Rights Year set of 2 on addressed illustrated 3672 *V A cover. $25 1969 Satellite Tracking Station on addressed official cover. 3673 *V A 3674 *V A 1970 Tung Wah Hospital Centenary set of 2 on addressed cover. $40 HONG KONG | Postal History 1998 use of HK Skyline 10c, 20c & $5 plus $3.10 World Bank & 3675 *F A $5 Special Administrative Region on long registered air cover to Sydney. 3676 *F A - use of HK Skyline $1.30 x7, $2 & $5 on long registered air cover to Sydney. $15 HUNGARY 3677 ** A

$8 ICELAND 3680 * A A2 3681 * A B1 3682 W A B1 3683 * A B1 $80

3686 *

A A1

1900 Surcharges 1d on 40l bistre/blue P11½ SG #146. Hinge remains, three rounded corners, Cat £150, fresh.

$50

3687 ** A A1 3688 ** A A1 3689 ** A B1

GREECE | First Day Covers 1960 Olympics 1960 Olympics set on illustrated FDC’s (2) 3644 *F A unaddressed.

$25

3690 V A A1 3691 V A A1 3692 ** A A1

GRENADA 3655 ** A

1984 Shipping set of 4 plus $5 M/S, SG #1342-6, Cat £12.50.

GRENADA | Booklets 3656 B** A 1977 Silver Jubilee SG #SB1.

$6

GUAM 3658 F A GUATEMALA 3659 F A

1977 Silver Jubilee SG #SB1. 1899 ‘GUAM’ Ovpts 2c Washington tied to piece by part Agana Isle of Guam Aug 28 1899 cancel. 1941 2c Barrios Bisect plus 1942 Obligatory Tax on small piece.

GUYANA | Postal History 1967 use of 3c & 6c Independence on 6c British Guiana Air 3660 *F ALetter (H&G FG14), cancelled with ‘BETERVERWAGTING/67/ 22NO/GUYANA’ (B2), to USA. HONG KONG 3661 * A A1 3662 F A A1 3663 F A 3664 * 3665 ** 3666 ** 3667 F

A B1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1941 Centenary of British Occupation 4c bright purple & carmine, SG #164. 1962-73 QEII short set to $10 (14), SG #196-209, Cat £12. 1962-73 QEII Wmk St. Edwards Crown short set to $10, SG #196-209, Cat £11. (14) - $1 sepia, SG #205, Cat £18. - $2 SG 207. 1966 Churchill 10c & 50c, SG #218-9. 1973-74 QEII 25c lake-brown, SG #286.

$4 $4

INDIA 3693 *

A

1876-82 New Currency 10a carmine-red P14x13½ thick paper, SG #16c, Cat £225, hinge remainder. $65 1920 Christian X 6a grey, SG #120, Cat £14. $8 - 25a yellow-green & brown, SG #125. $6 1931-37 Christian X 10a brown, SG #187, Cat £140, hinge fragment. $100 - 25a yellow-green & brown, SG #188, Cat £20. $15 1938 Geysers 50a dull green, SG #229, Cat £23, some light toning. $8 1943-47 Cultural 5k black-brown Karlsefni, P11½, SG #255a, Cat £120. $50 1944 Jón Sigurdsson 10k orange-brown, SG #270, Cat £38. $28 1948 Hekla set of 7, SG #280-86, Cat £85, 12a value hinged. $28 1950-54 Primary Industries 1.25Kr red-violet ship, SG #304, Cat £25. $10 1950 Bishop Arason set of 5, SG #309-10. $5 1956 Geese set of 2, SG #344-5, Cat £12. $4 1990 Landscapes set of 2 in marginal blocks of 4, SG #757-8, Cat £42+. $14 1926-33 KGV Wmk Multi Star 15r blue & olive SG 218.

$40

$10 INDIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3694 PS B 1959 Heading in Hindi & English 5nP green on yellow, stamp with ‘POSTAGE’ at top & ‘INDIA’ at base, HG #75, cancelled with $25 bilingual double-circle ‘/13 8 62/MURSHIDABAD’ (A1-), to $55 Calcutta, central vertical marking from rubber band. $30 $8 INDIA | Postal History $100 3695 *F B 1939 use of 1a carmine, cancelled with double-circle $65 ‘MUMBADEVI/21OC39/630PM/BOMBAY’ (A1-), on Mannalal $35 Bhagirathdas & Sons printed cover to Bandikui, backstamped $20 with partial Bandikui arrival of 23OCT39, reduced at right, some minor creasing & short closed tears. 1949 (Oct 18) use of 1½a Envelope uprated with ½a & 12a UPU 3696 * A $10 on air cover to NZ.

$10

INDIA | WWI Military Postmarks 3697 * B F.P.O. bridge-style ‘F.P.O./NO 16/12AP.20’ (Alexandria) on OAS cover to England, ‘POSTAGE FREE/E.E.F.’ on face.

$30

$3

GRENADA | Grenadines of Grenada | Booklets 3657 B** A

$5

$90

$25

1915-37 Pakke-Porto Perf 11¼ 1o green, SG #P4A, Cat £47. - 5o red-brown, SG #P6A, Cat £130. - 10o blue, SG #P7A, Cat £60. - 20o red, SG #P9A. - 70o violet, SG #P10A, Cat £200. 1937 Pakke-Porto Perf 10¾ 70o violet, SG #P13, Cat £140. - 1Kr yellow, SG #P14, Cat £80. 1938 King Christian X Defins set, SG #1-7, Cat £75. (7)

$3

$15

A B1 B B1

GREENLAND 3647 * A A1 3648 * A A1 3649 F A A1 3650 * A A1 3651 F A A1 3652 F A A1 3653 F A A1 3654 * A A1

$3 $3

HUNGARY | Postal History 1943 use of stampless PPC of Hungarian women in National 3679 *F Adress from internee in Hungarian camp to Poland, censored, $30 straight-line ‘BÉLLIGÉRANT INTERNÉ I’ green handstamp and poor camp handstamp both on face.

3684 * 3685 *

GREECE | Postal History 1949 commercial air cover from Argolidos to Vic with 500D 3645 *F A Albania x2 & 1000D Colossus x2. 3646 * A1974 (Aug 12) used of 30d Costume x6, 10d Costume and 4.50d CEPT x2 on Bulletin d’ Expedition card to Australia.

1980 Space Programme minisheet, SG #3332, Cat £10.50.

$10 $10 $6 $4

HUNGARY | Postal Stationery - Miscellaneous 3678 PS B COD? 10h blue on cream uprated with 1919 Parliament 2k pair (damaged) and 5k Wheatsheaf opt, cancelled with ‘GYOR/9.20DEC21-N 9/K 2 K’, black on white label on face.

$30

$15

GREECE 3643 * A- B1

1985 Historic Buildings set of 4, SG #467-70, Cat £12.50. 1985 Queen Mother set SG 493-6. (4) 1985 New Buildings $5 Coliseum, SG #506, Cat £11. 1987-88 QEII $20 heavy shading, SG #551A, Cat £13.

Numeral & Letter Postmarks $3 INDIA | * A- A2 A-24: ‘BEORA./AUG:12 - 1/A-24’ (type 17a) on ½a on small 3698 cover, other cancels include ‘1.DELY/BHOPAUL/AU15’ (A2), ‘SIRONJ/AUG:17’ (A1-) and boxed ‘TOO LATE’ (A1). J: on 3a orange on cover with ‘[J]ODHPORE/JUN.1’ (A2) to $30 3699 * AAjmere, boxed ‘JODHPUR/”467”‘ (A1+) registration handstamp. $4

$65

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

INDIA | Postmarks 3700 * A A1 Agra Fort: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT AGRA-FORT-R.M.S./ 20APR39/18-15/SET-2’ on 9p green KGV Postal Card. 3701 * A- A1 Bombay TPO: ‘B.11.IN/SET.NO1/DE.17’ on ½a Envelope, to Bombay, poor Tardeo arrival of DE17/94. 3702 * A A1 Boree Bunder: double-circle ‘BOREE BUNDER/R.H/JUN:27’ (mail agent) on ½a cancelled with “26/6/77” on tiny cover to Poona. 3703 * A- A1 Gangapur: double-circle ‘GANGAPUR R.M.S./11MAY28/13PM’ on ½a green KGV Postal Card. 3704 * A- B2 Katri R.M.S.: double-circle ‘KATRI R.M.S./13JLY.42/1230PM’ on 9p Postal Card, poor Ringas arrival. 3705 * A A1 Nagina R.M.S.: double-circle ‘NAGINA R.M.S./31JAN31/SET-1’ on ½a green Postal Card. 3706 * A A1 Phalera: double-circle ‘MAIL AGENT PHALERA R.M.S./ 6MY41/18-15/SET-2’ on 3p & 1a KGVI.

$4

$4

$10 $20

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


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 3707 * A C1 3708 * A- A2 3709 * A- B1

‘J-7.OUT/SET.NO4/4SEP’ on

Rajpootana TPO: 9p Postal Card, double-circle ‘RINGAS/6SEP.42’ (A1) arrival. Saharanpur Mail Agent: double-oval ‘T.P.O.MAIL AGENT/ NOV:29/SAHARANPUR’ backstamp on ½a Envelope to Sambhar. [Recorded used 1878-80 only.] Travelling PO J-23: double-circle ‘J-23/3MAR41/SET 1’ on 3p grey KGVI x4 semi-circle ‘J23 IN SET NO1/DUE/ AS.’ on face

INDIAN STATES | Cochin 3710 *

A

1939 ‘ANCHAL’ Overprint 1a P11 & 1a P13x13½, SG #74,74a, Cat £18.

INDIAN STATES | Gwalior | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3711 PS B 3712 PS B

1929 KGV Larger Stamp ½a green on buff, Hindi 14mm, HG #16 (Deschl #C31), creased 1934 KGV New Value & Design 9p dark green on buff, HG #18, crease and pinhole.

INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3713 PS B

1940-41 Surcharges 8p on 4p red-brown on buff, HG #23, filing holes.

INDIAN STATES | Hyderabad | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3714 PS A 3715 PS B

cut-outs of H&G #B1 (used and faults), B2 x2, B8or10 (7, 6 used), B6or7 & B9or12. (12) 1891 Curved Flap ½a yellow on cream laid paper, HG #B10, a bit spotty.

INDIAN STATES | Indore 3716 *

A

1889-92 Shivaji Rao Holkar ¼a, ½a & 2a, SG #5,6,8, Cat £19.

INDIAN STATES | Indore | Official Stamps 3717 */W

1904-06 complete set of 7, SG #S1-7, 4a MNG with abrasions, 1a is a forgery.

INDIAN STATES | Jaipur | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3718 PS A 3719 PS B 3720 PS A-

1943 Singh II ¼a brown on buff, HG #20. - ¼a brown on buff, HG #20, ‘9APR49/BANDIKUI S.O.’ (A2) arrival on face, crease. 1947 Singh II ¼a brown on buff, Deschl #C39, cancelled with ‘[sun]/29JAN50/JHUNJHUNU SO’ (B2) & ‘[sun]/DELY/ 31JAN50/9A/SAWAI JAIPUR’ (B2), top edge rough.

INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3721 PS A+ 1888 ‘JHIND STATE’ on Stamp & Black Arms ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #11. 3722 PS B 1904 KEVII ¼a red-brown on buff, HG #18, large Die, minor crease BLC. 3723 PS A 1919 KGV ¼a blue-grey on buff, HG #20. 3724 PS A1929 New Central Arms ½a green KGV on buff, HG #23, minor ageing. INDIAN STATES | Jind | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3725 PS A1883 Curved ‘JHIND STATE’ ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B1, minor spot.

$6 $20

1903-09 KEVII set of 11, SG #35-45, 6a MNG, Cat £65, fine & fresh.

A

1903-06 KEVII set of 10, SG #35-45, Cat £42, fine & fresh.

A

1903-06 KEVII set of 8 plus extra shade of 8a, SG #O22-32, Cat £22, fine & fresh.

INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3729 PS B

1885 ‘PUTTIALLA STATE’ Opt ½a green on white laid paper, size b, HG #B3, cancelled at Patialla in 1890, creased.

INDIAN STATES | Travancore 3730 *

A B2

1904-20 Wmk B 1ch blue, SG #14a.

INDIAN STATES | Travancore | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3731 PS A3732 PS B

1888-89 Thin to Medium Stock 8ca orange on thin cream paper, size a, HG #1. 1892 Reply Cards 8ca+8ca orange on buff (half card only), HG #3, minor age spots, thinned.

INDONESIA | Revenues 3733 F A30c Plakzecel: on 1953 notary’s receipt. IRAQ | Flight Covers 1926 use of 1a, 1½a, 2a, 3a tied by boxed ‘IRAQ to INDIA/By 3734 *G C Light Aeroplane/with Messrs Stack & Leete’ type-written cancellation & poor Baghdad cds of 21DEC26, backstamped with double-circle Calcutta of 12JAN27, vertical crease and some flap damage. This appears to be a commercial cover.

$4

$15 IRELAND | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 3738 PS A 1926 SE Monogram 2d dark green on cream white, HG #A2, cancelled with ‘BIORRA/430PM/22IX/30’.

$25

ISRAEL $4 3739 ** A

1962 El Al large m/s, SG #237a.

$5

$6 ISRAEL | First Day Covers 1972 Jethro’s Tomb 55a with Tabs on official FDC 3740 *V A

$4

ISRAEL | Commemorative Covers 3741 * A1977 First Egypt Plane At Lod Airport special unaddressed $5 cover dated 18.11.77.

$5

ISRAEL | Postal History 1950 40pr green Immigration on official Philatelic Services air 3742 *V Aenvelope to UK with Tel Aviv cds, minor creasing in corners. $5 3743 *F A 1956 use of 30pr blue, cancelled with bilingual Haifa 12 of 4.4.56, on plain domestic cover. $6 ISRAEL | Postmarks 3744 * A Bethlehem: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 10.7.67. $15 3745 * A Dir El Balah: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 20.7.67. El Arish: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 9.8.67. 3746 * A Gaza: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 13.7.67. 3747 * A $5 3748 * A Genin: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 17.7.67. 3749 * A Han Yunes: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 20.7.67. Hevron: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 9.7.67. $7 3750 * A Jerusalem: special Moshe Dayan unaddressed cover for 3751 * A opening day on 5.7.67. $4 3752 * A - special Moshe Dayan unaddressed cover for first day of pictorial pmk on 16.8.67. - special unaddressed cover for opening day on 5.7.67. $4 3753 * A 3754 * A Majdal Shams: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 9.8.67. Nablus: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 13.7.67. 3755 * A Rafiah: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 23.7.67. $8 3756 * A 3757 * A Ramalla: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 11.7.67. $8 Tul Karem: special unaddressed cover for opening day on $8 3758 * A16.7.67. Yeriho: special unaddressed cover for opening day on 12.7.67. $20 3759 * A

$12

$55 $40

INDIAN STATES | Patiala | Official Stamps 3728 *

$30

$40

INDIAN STATES | Patiala 3727 *

3736 F A- B1

1935 Re-Engraved Seahorses 2/6d chocolate, SG #99, Cat £60, on small piece, red pencil registration line. 1941 Easter Rising Opt set of 2, SG #126-7, Cat £11.7, 3d has a couple of tiny closed tears at base.

$10 IRELAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3737 PS A 1927 SE Monogram 1d carmine on gray, HG #3, cancelled with Dublin machine of 30OCT/1930 with ‘BUY/IRISH/GOODS’ slogan.

INDIAN STATES | Nabha 3726 */W A

IRELAND 3735 DV A- A1

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$20

ITALY 3760 *

A C2

3761 * A B1 3762 ** A B1 3763 ** A B1 3764 * A B1 3765 ** A B1

1889 Umberto I 40c brown, SG #39, Cat £14, TRC perf folded over. 1923 Manzoni 50c orange-brown & black, SG #158. 1934 World Cup set of 4 air stamps, SG #418-21, Cat £105, regummed?. 1948 Centenary of 1848 Uprising 50L violet, SG #716, Cat £190, re-gummed?. 1950 Gaudenzio Ferrari 20L dark green, SG #748, Cat £32. 1953 Atlantic Pact set of 2, SG #851-2, Cat £28.

ITALY | Local Stamps 3766 * A 1946 Polish Resettlement Corps 15c, 30c, 50c, 60c & 80c. (5) 3767 * A - 15c, 30c, 50c, 60c & 80c with private Honour the Four Freedoms overprint. (5) ITALY | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3768 PS A1877 Black Seal At Lower Left, Large Arms 0.10l brown-red, with double-lined frame, HG #3, some light toning.

$4 ITALY | Postal History 3769 *F A 1840 entire to Roma, fine double-boxed ‘CASTELNOVO/DI/ GARFAGNANA’, Mss “6” in black and “via de’Vent No 3”, all on face. Fine condition. $4 1868 use of 40c rose & 20c blue, cancelled with poor grid ‘181’ 3770 *G B & ‘MILANO STAZ/3/MAR/68/8 2’ (B1), on cover to London, with straight-line ‘P.D.’ (B1) & ‘LONDON/N/PAID/C/6MR68’ (A1) in red, backstamped with ‘WOLVERHAMPTON/B/MR7/69’ (A1) $5 arrival, some creasing. 3771 *F B 1949 use of 1L greenish slate Air x3, cancelled with ‘GIORNATA $5 MARCONIANA/XXV FIERA CAMPIONARIA INTERNAZIONALE/26.6.1947/MILANO’ plus airmail cinderella and various cachets on cover to Australia, couple of small faults. $5 3772 *F A 1952 use of 5L grey-black & 10L dark green x2, cancelled with ‘GENOVA/??/6.II/1952/CORRISPONDENZE’ (A2-) machine, to Australian Migration at Genova, also bearing ‘BRITISH CONSULATE/GENERAL/6FEB52/*GENOA*’ (A2). 1953 use of 10c Army Day on Bolzano PPC of ‘Wallfahrt Maria 3773 *V A Weissenstein mit dem Rosengarten/Santuario Maria Pitralba m. 1520 verso le Dolomiti’. $80

$5 $4

$5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

$4 $5 $40 $20 $8 $9 $20 $20

$25

$25

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ITALY | Postmarks 3774 * A A1 Torino: oval ‘POSTE/[logo]/COMANDO PRESIDIO/FORZE ARMATE/DI POLIZIA/TORINO’ (A1) in purple, cancelling ‘CEDOLA DI COMMISSIONE LIBARIA’ postcard. JAMAICA 3775 * A A1

1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4, SG #114-7, Cat £11.50, 1½d has rounded TRC.

JAMAICA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3776 S A B2 A66: of Port Maria on 1885 2d grey. [Rated 60 by Proud] JAMAICA | Postmarks 3777 * B A2 Bog Walk: double-circle ‘BOG WALK/AP9/95/JAMAICA’ on spiked ½d red-brown Postal Card, double-circle ‘SPANISH TOWN/AP9/96/JAMAICA’ (B1) arrival, message gives rainfall details for March. [Rated 200 by Proud] 3778 S A A2 - double-circle ‘BOG WALK/DE14/03/JAMAICA’ on 1d black & red Falls. 3779 * A B2 Buff Bay: double-circle ‘BUFF BAY/DE11/33/JAMAICA’ on ½d on ½d Postal Card to England. 3780 * A- B1 Port Antonio: squared-circle ‘PORT ANTONIO/DE21/97/ JAMAICA’ arrival on ½d red-brown Postal Card from Kingston. JAPAN 3781 * A B1 3782 * A A1 3783 ** A-

1894 Silver Wedding set. (2) 1949 Flying Geese 8y fine mint. 1939 Aso National Park m/s with accompanying Japanese and English explanatory notes, SG #354, Cat £85, odd very minor tonespot.

JAPAN | Postal History 3784 *F A 1910 1½s light blue Taisho series, white paper, P13, on coloured PPC, with light circular cancellation in red, unaddressed, some slight corner wear. 1933 use of 1s, 2s, 3s & 4s on cover to USA, cancelled with 3785 *F A Pictorial ‘HEIAN-MARU/I.J.SEA POST/18.3/1933’. JERSEY | Postal History 1953 Maxim card with GB 1d QEII SG 516 tied by Jersey CDS 3786 *F A 4 SP 53. KENYA | Postmarks 3787 * A A1 Limuru: double-circle ‘LIMURU/2JU/53/KENYA’ on 20c Coronation FDC. 3788 * A A1 Lumbwa: double-circle ‘LUMBWA/13MR/61/KENYA’ on 1/30c maroon & brown QEII Pictorial, on air cover to London. 3789 * A- A1 Machakos: ‘MACHAKOS/A/18AP/59/KENYA’, Proud #D7, cancelling 30c Owen falls & 1/30 elephants on registered air cover, glued shut at top. KENYA & UGANDA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3790 PS A 1923 KGV 15c+15c rose on buff, HG #2. KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA 3791 * A B1 1941-42 Surcharged South Africa Pictorial 70c on 1/- brown & chalky blue pair, SG #154, Cat £17. KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3792 PS A 1935 KGV 20c orange, size b, HG #B5a. 3793 PS A - 20c orange, size b, HG #B5a, cancelled with King George V Memorial Fund slogan, 1937 (Dec 9) local use in Nairobi. 3794 PS A - 20c orange, size b, HG #B5a, 1937 (Nov 16) local use in Nairobi. KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | First Day Covers 1952 Royal Visit 10c x3 & 1/- on registered air cover from 3795 * ANairobi to South Australia, flap removed. 3796 * A 1953 Coronation 20c pair on cover from Dar es Salaam to Western Australia. KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Postal History 3797 * A1936 (Aug 18) use of 50c KGV on registered Ethiopean Swedish Red Cross cover from Nairobi to “Bible Mission/Nausabit”?, fine wax seal on reverse. 3798 * A 1944 (Feb) use of 20c on economy label, from Entebbe to Mogadishu, double-circle ‘E.A/7IIA44/A.P.O. 89’ backstamp. 1953 use of 10c on re-used long “printed matter” cover to NZ. 3799 * A3800 * A - (Dec 8) use of 25c & 30c KGVI on air cover to NZ, ‘INSUFFICIENTLY PAID FOR/TRANSMISSION BY AIR MAIL’ handstamp on face. 1954 use of stampless registered OHMS air cover to Dar-es3801 *F A Salaam, cancelled with double-circle ‘TEMPLE RD.B.O./5-PM/ 16SP/54/NAIROBI’ (A1). KENYA UGANDA & TANGANYIKA | Military - World War II Period 1941 double-circle ‘P.O.-U-M.P.K./6VIA41/2’ (Nairobi) on OAS 3802 *F B cover, boxed ‘PASSED BY CENSOR./U.F.P. No.17 U.D.F./ GEODGEKEUR DEUR SENSOR’ and double-circle ‘MUIZENBERG/13JUNA41’ (A1) both on face.

LABUAN 3806 * A A1 $25

3807 F A A1 3808 U A

$8

3809 *

$8

3810 F A A1

A A1

3811 F A 3812 V A A1 $40

LAGOS 3813 V A A1

1887-92 QV New Colours 7½d dull mauve & carmine, SG #36, Cat £32.

$25

$20 LAGOS | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 3814 S B B2 L: in bars of Lagos (#K1 - recorded used between 1877 and $40 1879 only) on stained 3d red-brown, SG 3, Cat £42.

$15

LATVIA $85 3815 ** A C1 $40 3816 ** A A1

$75 $8

$8

$55

$12 $50

KOREA 3804 U A/B KUWAIT 3805 U A/A-

1921 Arms 20r brown-purple P11½x10, 95ek. 1991 Arms 5(k) to 200(k), SG #320-7, Cat £12.50. (8)

LATVIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3817 PS A 1929 10s green on buff, HG #8, cancelled with ‘RIGA/18VIII33?/ LATVIJA’ (A1).

$15

LATVIA | Postal History 1908 use of Russian 7k from Libau to Riga. 3818 *F A-

$40

LEEWARD ISLANDS 3819 * A B1 1938-51 Definitives ½d to 3d including all shades and papers excl 1d scarlet Die B & 2½d bright blue, SG #95-108, Cat £60+. (18)

$25

$20 LEEWARD ISLANDS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3820 PS B 1938 3d ultramarine size G, HG #C6a, slightly grubby.

LOMBARDY & VENETIA 3821 F A- B1 1858 New Currency Type I 3s black, SG #17A, 1mm cut at base, Cat £300. $150 $8 3822 F A- C1 1858 New Currency Type II 3s green, SG #18B, small tear at right, Cat £80 $30 3823 F A C1 1858 New Currency Type I 5s red, SG #19A, Cat £22. $18 $15 3824 D A C1 - 5s red Type I and 10s brown Type II, SG #19A,20B, Cat £35, on piece, tied by Legnago cancel. $30 3825 F A C1 - 10s brown, SG #20A, Cat £60. $50 $12 3826 F A A1 1858 New Currency Type II 10s brown, SG #20B, Cat £13, fine double-circle Massa cancel. $10 3827 F A C1 1858 New Currency Type I 20s blue, SG #21A, Cat £120. $100 $8 LUXEMBOURG 3828 * A $15

3829 F A

$20

3830 *

A A1

1865-75 Arms 10c grey-lilac imperf, SG #47a, Cat £3,000 as pair, 4 margins. $50 1906-19 Arms & William IV complete set of 18, SG #157-72, Cat £200. $120 1937 Wenceslas II complete set of 6, SG #360-5, Cat £19 $4

$20 MADAGASCAR (British) 3831 W C 1886 Consular Mail 4½d with ‘POSTAGE.’ and ‘BRITISH/ CONSULAR/MAIL/ANTANANARIVO’ handstamp in black, SG #25, Cat £160, soiled and rebacked. $8 MALAYA | Straits Settlements $10 3832 * A B1 1921-33 KGV Wmk Script CA 10c purple on dull yellow, SG #231. 3833 * A- B1 1937-41 KGVI Die I 1c black, SG #278, slightly aged. 3834 * A B1 - 5c brown, SG #281, Cat £20. $30 3835 * A A1 - 8c grey, SG #283, Cat £38. 3836 * A A1 - 25c dull purple & scarlet, SG #286, Cat £42. $30 MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Postal History $20 3837 *F A$15 3838 * A$12

$12

$3 $3 $10 $20 $20

1900 use of Netherlands Indies 10c on 12½c Env (2 stamps neatly removed) to Holland, ‘N.I.POSTAGENT PENANG’ squared-circle backstamp. $20 1924 (Sep 23) inwards 2c Postal Card from Philippines addressed to The Australian Trade Commissioner, 8c Postage Due on face. Pinholes in indicia, desirable. $100

MALAYA | Straits Settlements | Flight Covers 3839 *F B $10

1941 1st Flight Singapore-Honolulu with PAA cachet in blue on Pan Am cover franked with $1 black & red on blue & 5c brown cancelled by ‘SINGAPORE/7PM/10MY/1941 - DON’T WRITE/ ABOUT SHIPS’ (A1-) machine & bearing triangular ‘PASSED FOR/TRANSMISSION/95’ (A1+) in purple, backstamped with ‘PAN AMERICAN AIRWAYS SYSTEM/PACIFIC DIVISION/ [globe with wings]/HONOLULU,/T.H./MAY 18, 1941, cover extensively discoloured

2006 Dinosaurs set of 8, SG #772-9, Cat £11.50.

$4

1903 Falcon 2ri grey with Chemulpo cancel, SG #50 plus poor 1c brown-purple.

$5 MALAYA | Federated Malay States 3840 *

1945 KGVI White Background 3p to 12a, ex 6a with forged ovpt, SG #52-62, Cat £97 as normal. (11)

$5

$5

KIRIBATI 3803 ** A

1891-92 Surcharges 6c on 8c deep violet, SG #34, Cat £190, very fresh. $170 1902-03 Crown 1c black & purple, SG #117. $5 - 1c, 2c, 3c, 4c, 8c, 10c, 12c, 16c, 18c & 25c all P13½-14, PLUS 1c, 3c, 10c & $1 all P14½-15 and 12c P16, SG #117-128 with CTO cancels. (15) $10 1902-03 Crown 2c black & green P14½-15, SG #118a, hinge rem, Cat £120. $100 1902-03 Crown 3c black & sepia P13½-14 with Printer’s mark at right, SG #119, CTO cancel. $5 - 4c black & carmine P13½-14 & P14½-15, SG #120,a, Cat £17. (2) $15 - 4c black & carmine P13½-14 with Line through B, SG #120c, Cat £85. $75

$20

A B1

1900 Ovpt on Negri Sembilan 10c dull purple & orange ovpt ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #5s.

$20

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MALAYA | Federated Malay States | Postal History 3841 *F B

1928 use of 6c scarlet Tiger, cancelled with double-circle ‘KAMPAR/730AM20AP/1928/+’ (B1 Proud D5 - rated 100) to India, double-circle ‘IPOH/11AM/20AP/1928/F.M.S.’ (B1) transit on back.

MALAYA | British Military Administration 3842 ** A A1 1945-48 BMA Malaya Overprints 25c dull purple and scarlet SG 13. 3843 ** A A1 - 25c dull purple and scarlet ordinary paper SG 13a. 3844 ** A A1 - $1 black and red SG 15. 3845 ** A A1 - $2 green and scarlet SG 16. 3846 * A B1 - $5 green and red on emerald SG 17. 3847 ** A A1 - $5 purple and orange SG 18. MALAYA | Malaysia | Postmarks 3848 * A A2

Ulu Tiram Buruk: ‘KG ULU TIRAM BURUK LUAR/1AP81/*’ on Selangor 5c & 25c Flowers.

MALAYA | Japanese Occupation 3849 F A 3850 F A 3851 F A 3852 * A A1 3853 * 3854 F 3855 * 3856 *

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

1942 on Negri Sembilan 1c black with type 1 Ovpt in red SG J161. - 1c black with type 1 Ovpt in violet SG J161a. - 2c orange with type 1 Ovpt in red SG J162. - 25c dull purple and scarlet with Dai Nippon Ovpt SG J236, marginal example. 1942 on Pahang 1c black with Dai Nippon Ovpt SG J239. - 10c dull purple with Dai Nippon Ovpt SG J242, part red cancel. 1942 on Perak 15c ultramarine with Dai Nippon Ovpt SG J250. - 50c black on emerald with Dai Nippon Ovpt SG J251.

MONACO 3880 F A- A1 $12

A A3

1957-63 Pictorials $5 brown & bronze-green, P12½, SG #79, Cat £16, few short perfs. 1952 20c dark blue on white, uprated with 1c black & 4c brown & 10c deep purple, 4 dotted lines on back, HG #C3, cancelled with ‘BRUAS/6FEB54’ (B1)

$13 $20 $20 $7 $3 $8 $8 $4

$6

$25

MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postmarks 3859 * A A13860 * A A1 3861 * A A2 3862 * A A1

Bidor: ‘BIDOR/23JAN55-330PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. Chenderiang: ‘CHENDERIANG/31MAY57-10-0AM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. Ipoh: ‘IPOH/7JUL56-7-0PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur. Tapah: ‘TAPAH/30OCT56-245PM’ on 6c grey Postal Card to Kuala Lumpur.

MALAYAN STATES | Selangor | Postal History 3863 * A-

1951 (Nov 10) use of 50c & 10c x2 on air cover from Kajang to NZ.

MALDIVE ISLANDS 3864 * A A1 1909 Minaret Wmk Mult Rosettes 10c carmine, SG #10. 3865 V A 1933 Redrawn 2c, 3c, 6c to 25c, SG #11A-18A, Cat £60. (5) MALTA 3866 ** A

1963 Red Cross set SG 312-3. (2)

MALTA | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3867 PS A1900 1d deep rose on thin cream wove paper size C, HG #B1b. MALTA | Postal History 1888 use of 2½d blue on cover to UK “via Italy”, cancelled with 3868 *F A‘MALTA/G/JY23/88 - a25’ (B1). 1928 use of stampless OHMS cover from Emigration Office3869 *F A Malta to Migiarro, cancelled at Valletta on JU14/28. MALTA | Postmarks 3870 * B B1 Sliema: ‘6’ postman’s chop on PPC from Milan to Sliema, stamps removed. Maltese Cross ‘ACCOUNTS/L/ 3871 * A A2 Valletta: 30NO/51/G.P.O.M[ALTA]’ on stampless OHMS cover to Pieta. MAURITIUS 3872 F A 3873 F A B1

1859-61 Imperfs 6d blue SG 32, three close margins. 1938-49 Wmk Multi Script CA 10c rose-red, SG #256, with white flaw in ‘T’ of ‘MAURITIUS’.

MAURITIUS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3874 PS A 1883 New Value 6c+6c violet, HG #5, 1888 use from Port Louis to Germany, octagonal ‘LIGNE T/29/JUIL/88/[PAQ. FR] NO 1’ (A2). MAURITIUS | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 3875 PS A 1878 8c milky blue on thick white wove paper size complete, HG #B9. MAURITIUS | Postmarks 3876 S A A2 Curepipe Road: ‘CUREPIPE ROAD/B/OC26/1901’ on 1890 4c purple & carmine. 3877 S A A2 Moka: ‘MOKA/A/JA4/95’ on 2c green. 3878 S A A2 Rose Belle: ‘ROSE BELLE/A/JL.15/1903’ on 1890 4c purple & carmine.

$8

1885 Charles III 25c bluish green, SG #6, Cat £85, very light central tone spot. 1985 Flowers set of 4 in minisheet, SG #1730.

$20 $5

$5 MOROCCO AGENCIES | Postal History 1892 use of Gibraltar 5c green Postal Card (HG #15) to 3885 *F A Gibraltar, cancelled with ‘TANGIER/A/MY10/92 - a26’ (B1).

MALAYAN STATES | Perak | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3858 PS A

Saint Pierre: ‘S[T P]IERRE/A/10MR/97/=.=’ on 1885 3c green.

MONTSERRAT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3882 PS A 1884-87 New Design 1d carmine on glazed buff paper, HG #2, $35 cancelled with ‘KINGSTOWN/A/OC11/94/ST VINCENT’ (B1), philatelic use to Leipzig, Germany. $3 $5 MOROCCO AGENCIES $5 $90 3883 * A B1 1903-05 Ovpt T2 Wmk Crown/CA 20c grey-green & carmine ovpt ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #19s. $7 MOROCCO AGENCIES | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes 3884 PS A 1898 20 centimos scarlet size G opt Type I, HG #C4b.

MALAYAN STATES | Negri Sembilan 3857 *

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MOROCCO AGENCIES | Postmarks 3886 D A B2 Casablanca: framed ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/*/16SP10/ CASABLANCA’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3887 D A B1 - oval ‘REGISTERED/12JU11/BRITISH POST OFFICE. CASABLANCA’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3888 D A A2 Laraiche: framed ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/*/JY31/11/ LARACHE’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII x2. 3889 D A A2 Marrakesh: oval ‘REGISTERED/*/11FE12/(MELLAR)/BRITISH POST OFFICE. MARRAKESH’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3890 D A B2- - framed ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/*/1JA/12/MARRAKESH (MELLAR)’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3891 D A B1 Mazagan: oval ‘REGISTERED/A/8NO11/ MAZAGAN·MOROCCO’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII X3. 3892 D A B1 - framed ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/*/SP18/11/MAZAGAN’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3893 D A A1 Mogador: framed ‘BRITISH POST OFFICE/*/FE6/12/ MOGADOR’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII x2. 3894 D A A2 Rabat: framed ‘BRITISH POST O[FFICE]/*/25SP/11/RABAT’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3895 D A B1 - oval ‘REGISTERED/*/14JY12/BRITISH POST OFFICE. RABAT’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair. 3896 D A B2 Tangier: double-circle ‘TANGIER/5PM/18NO/11/[+]’ on 5c on ½d green KEVII pair.

$4 MUSCAT 3897 * A $5 NATAL $4 3898 V A C2 $4

3899 U A/B 3900 U A

1944 Ovpt on India set to 1r, SG #1-14, Cat £16. 1859-60 No Wmk Perf 14 3d blue, SG #10, Cat £42, cancelled with ‘18’ of Cathkin 1902-09 KEVII ½d x34 & 1d x44, wmks not checked, odd fiscal cancel. (78) 1904-08 KEVII Wmk Mult Crown/CA 1d, 2d x3, 4d x6, 5d & 1/x2, SG #147-55, Cat £36. (13)

$10 NATAL | Revenues 3901 * A B1 1885 Wmk Crown/CA: 1d lilac. $5 NATAL | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards $20 3902 PS B 1902 KEVII 1d carmine on buff, HG #11, cancelled at Durban in 1911, minor staining. $5 NATAL | Postmarks 3903 S A A3 Cato Ridge: double-circle ‘[C]ATO RIDGE/?22/[?]/[NATAL]’ on ½d green KEVII. $15 3904 S A A2 Mooi River: double-circle ‘MOOI RIVER/4JULF14/S.AFRI[CA]’ on ½d green KGV. 3905 S A A2 Umzinto: framed ‘UMZINT[O]/A/JY16/1901/NATAL’ on 2½d ultramarine pair. $25 NAURU $30 3906 F A B1 1924-38 Ship Smooth Paper set to 9d excl 1d, 2d & 5d, SG #26-36B, Cat £70. (7) 3907 ** A 1982 Ocean Thermal Energy complete sheetlets (5 sets) SG 263-6. $5 3908 ** A 2006 Dinosaurs set of 8, SG #629-36, Cat £13.50. $15 NEPAL | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3909 PS A 1887-1904 stamp Die II, horse Type 4, words in heading type 6, vowel slanting, text Type C, HG #12, Cat $75 (1980), used. $30 NETHERLANDS $8 3910 F A B1 1864 5c blue (Utrecht printing), SG #8, Cat £22. 3911 F A B2 - 5c blue (Haarlem printing), SG #8, Cat £22. 3912 F A B1 - 10c rose (Utrecht printing), SG #9, Cat £11. 3913 F A C1 - 10c rose (Haarlem printing), SG #9, Cat £11. $65 3914 F A C1 - 15c orange (Utrecht printing), SG #10, Cat £130. 3915 F A 1872-91 Willhelm III Perf 12½x12 5c to 20c, 25c lilac & 1 g, SG #80-5,88,90, Cat £78. (8) 3916 F A 1929 Child Welfare set of 4, SG #381A-4A, Cat £13.5. $12 3917 F A 1932 Child Welfare set of 4, SG #404A-7A, Cat £21. 3918 F A 1933 Child Welfare set of 4, SG #418A-21A, Cat £17. 3919 */V A 1941 Coils 2½c & 7½c se-tenants in two pairs (one VFU) and two strips of 3, all different, SG #426b, odd hinge remain, Cat $5 £15+. $6 3920 * A/A1936 Cultural & Social Relief set of 4, SG #456-9, small gum fault on 5c, Cat £31. $8

$20

$30 $26

$65

$10 $15 $10 $20 $15 $20 $10 $15 $10 $15 $15 $8

$15 $5 $15 $10

$8

$10 $4 $5

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NEW GUINEA | Mandated Territory Issues 1936 Utrecht University Tercentenary set of 2, SG #460-1, Cat £10. $7 3962 F A A1 1932-34 Bird of Paradise (No Dates) 3½d aniline carmine SG 3922 */V A 1936 Child Welfare set of 4, SG #462-5, 1½c & 6c VFU, Cat 180a. £23+. $15 3923 * A 1937 Scout Jamboree set of 3, plus 1936 Air x2, SG #466-8. $4 3963 F A A1 - 2/- dull lake SG 186. 3924 * A 1937 Cultural and Social Relief set of 4, SG #469-71, Cat £19. $10 NEW GUINEA | Postmarks 3925 * A 1937 Child Welfare set of 5, SG #473-7. $8 3926 * A 1938 Cultural & Social Relief Fund set of 5, SG #478-82, Cat 3964 S A A2 Madang ‘MADANG/17JE21/-.-’ (P22) on ½d green NWPI. £19. $12 Renamed from Friedrich Wilhelmshafen PO c.-/4/1915; closed 12/2/1942. 3927 */U A 1938 40th Anniv of Coronation mint set of 3 and used set of 3, SG #483-5. (6) $4 NEW HEBRIDES (British) 3928 * A 1938 Child Welfare set of 5, SG #487-91, Cat £14.5. $8 3965 V A B1 1924 Surcharges 3d on 1d scarlet, SG #41, Cat £11. 3929 V A - set of 5, SG #487-91 $4 3930 * A 1939 Cultural and Social Relief set of 5, SG #492-6, Cat £19. $11 NEW HEBRIDES (British) | Postage Dues 3931 * A 1940-47 Wilhelmina Imperfs 5c, 10c, 12½c & 15c. Unofficial. $5 3966 ** C C1 1925 Arms 5d ultramarine, SG #D4, Cat £45, a bit faded, brown gum. 3932 */V A 1940-47 Wilhelmina set of 14, 40c VFU, 25c toning, SG #50615b, Cat £32 $15 NEW HEBRIDES (French) 3933 * A 1940 Cultural and Social Relief set of 5, SG #516-20, Cat £26. $12 3967 * A C1 1925 Both Currencies set of 11, SG #F42-52, Cat £17, gum 3934 * A 1940 Surcharges set of 18, SG #522-39, hinge remains, Cat generally tropicalised. £225. $100 3968 * A B1 1949 UPU set of 4, SG #F77-80. 3935 V A - 2½c & 7½c se-tenants in two pairs and two strips of 3, all 3969 F A B1 1972 Birds, Shells & Artifacts short set to 65c, SG #F173-80, diiferent, SG #522a. $5 Cat £12, 25c has rounded TRC. 3936 */V A 1941 Pigeon Type C set of 12, 17½c VFU, SG #546-57, Cat £11. $6 NEW REPUBLIC 3937 * A 1941 Cultural and Social Relief set of 5, SG #558-62. $4 3970 F C 1886-87 On Blue Granite Paper No Embossing 2d 30AUG86 3938 * A 1942 Legion Fund 7½c x10 M/S, SG #569a, hinged in margin date, SG #27, three corners missing, Cat £20. only, Cat £190. $100 3939 * A - 12½c x4 M/S, SG #569b, hinged in margin only, Cat £150. $70 NEW ZEALAND 3971 F A- B1 1898 No Wmk Perf 12-16 5d purple-brown, SG #253, Cat £18, NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards some light toning on reverse. 3940 PS A1891 Young Wilhelmina on Left 5c+5c ultramarine on light 3972 F A A2 1906 NZ Exhibition ½d emerald-green, SG #370, Cat £32, blue, HG #20a, cancelled with ‘ROTTERDAM/11/OCT/98/2-3N’ Exhibition cds. (A2). $4 3973 F A B1 1907-08 Wmk Single NZ/Star Perf 14x15 6d carmine-pink, SG 3941 PS A 1899 New Design 5c+5c rose-red on pale pink, HG #24. $4 #384, Cat £11. 3942 PS A 1908 Rosette By Sender 5c carmine on pale pink, HG #42. $4 3974 * A A1 1929 Health 1d+1d scarlet SG 544. 3975 * A A1 1930 Health 1d+1d scarlet SG 545. NETHERLANDS | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Formular) 3976 F A B1 1932 Health 1d+1d Hygaeia pair, SG #552, Cat £60. 3943 PS B 1871-74 in lilac with text, HG #1, addressed but not used. $8 3977 **/* A A1 1938-44 KGVI Definitives 1d green TRC block of 8 [plate 115] on coarse vertical mesh SG #606 (CP #M2d), unit 1/21 & 1/22 NETHERLANDS INDIES with re-entries. 3944 F A 1864 Imperf William III 10c carmine 3 close/touching margins, SG #1, Cat £100, Soerabaija of 18.6.68. $65 3978 * A B1 1940 Centenary complete set, SG #613-25, Cat £65. (13) 3979 ** A B1 1953-59 QEII Definitives 3d vermilion Die Ib counter-coil pair 3945 V A A1 1870-88 William III Perf 12½x12 5c green, SG #31, cancelled ‘14’ reading up, SG #727, CP #NC1(d). with double-circle ‘WELTERVREDEN/11/7/886’ (A2). $4 3980 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘3’, 2 units hinged. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 3981 **/* A A1 - 3d vermilion, SG #727, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, 3946 PS A1874-82 King Wilhelm 5c violet with 105mm inscription, HG Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘23’, 2 units hinged. #1c, card has pre-printed address and message but has not been used. $8 3982 **/* A A1 - 4d blue, SG #728, in BRC block of 4 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘19’, 2 units hinged. 3947 PS A 1879 Bi-Lingual William III 7½c brown on cream, HG #5, 3983 ** A A1 1955-59 Redrawn QEII Definitives 2d bluish green, SG #747, cancelled by ‘CHERIDO[N]/4/8/1881’, also bearing in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘WELTEVREDEN/6/8/1881’ & ‘BREDA/13/SEP/81/5-6N’ with ‘3.’. ‘NED.INDIE/OVER/NAPELS’ handstamp. $40 3984 **/* A A1 - 2d bluish green, SG #747, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, NETHERLANDS INDIES | Postal History Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘3’ (no stop), 1 unit hinged. 3948 *F A1931 Stampless Official from Malang to Ngebroek and return 3985 **/* A A1 - 2d bluish green, SG #747, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, uncollected, Kepandjen transit, all good pmks, slightly reduced. $15 Wilkinson imprint & plate no. ‘6’, 1 unit hinged. 1941 use of 1g purple, 42½c yellow & 2½c brown, cancelled with 3949 *F A3986 **/* A A1 - 6d purple, SG #750, Cat £57+, in BRC block of 6 with Bradbury, double-circle ‘BANDOENG/13.1.41 9/+X+’ (B1) on plain air Wilkinson imprint & plate number ‘1’, 2 units hinged. cover to South Bend, Indiana, sealed at right with ‘DOOR 3987 ** A- A1 1956 Southland Centennial 3d sepia, SG #753, in BLC block of CENSUUR GEOPEND’ tape in black on brown laid paper, also 8 with DLR imprint & plate no ‘1B’, vertical fold along perf lines. bearing double-circle ‘CENSUUR/14.1.41 16/4’ (A1) & circular 3988 **/* A A1 1960-66 Definitives ½d manuka, SG #781, left marginal booklet ‘DEV/1’ (A1-) in red, small closed tear at top, some light pane block of 6 with Chambon perforations creasing. $80 3989 ** A- A1 - 2½d Titoki, SG #784, in BLC block of 12 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘3B2B2B2B’, some toning to top edge. NETHERLANDS INDIES | Flight Covers - Commercial 3990 ** B B1 - 2/- Maori rock art, BLC block of 4, SG #796, Cat £14+, with 3950 * A 1931 (Jul 23) use of 12½c surcharge & 30c surcharge on 21st plate numbers ‘1A1C’, small yellow discolouration at top left flight to Holland. $20 selvedge, small closed tear at bottom of left selvedge. 1934 (Jan 4) use of Relief Fund 2c pair & 5c block of 4 & 30c 3951 * A 3991 ** A- A1 1967 Decimal Currency 15c Tiki, SG #856, BLC block of 12 triangle to Holland, Relief Fund cinderella sealing flap. The with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A1A’, C&P #OD12a, Cat Postjager arrived late and only carried a small amount of mail NZ$55, couple of horizontal perfs separated at right edge. back. $50 3992 ** A A1 1969 Capt. Cook 56c minisheet, SG #910, Cat £14. 3993 ** A A1 1970-76 Definitives No Wmk 25c Hauraki Gulf National Park, NETHERLANDS INDIES | Military - World War II Period P14¼x14, SG #930b, BLC block of 6 with Bradbury, Wilkinson 1947 use of stampless cover endorsed “Militair” & “Per 3952 *F A imprint & plate numbers ‘44634’. Luchtpost”, cancelled with light double-circle ‘V[ELDPOS]T1972 Tennis set of 2 m/s, SG #989, Cat £18. MEDAN/8.IV.15/1/1947’ (A2-), to Gravenhage. $25 3994 ** A 3995 ** A A1 1973-76 Definitives 1c Red Admiral Butterfly, SG #1008, BLC NEW CALEDONIA block of 10 with Harrison imprint & plate numbers ‘1A1A1A1A’. 3953 F C B2 1964 Olympic Games 10f Greek wrestling, SG #393, Cat £21, 3996 ** A B1 1974 Commonwealth Games 18c Shooting plate ‘1A1A1A1A’ thinned toward top right. $4 imprint block of 6, (CP #S180a6, Cat $11). 3997 ** A A1 1984-1987 Commemoratives SG 1340-1443, largely complete NEW CALEDONIA | Postal History in sets (except SG 1384-1388 & 1421-1422) Cat £48+. (80+) 3954 * A1907 (Aug 31) use of 1d block of 4 (one additional stamp 3998 F A B1 1967-84 Decimal Arms $6 emerald wmk sideways horizontal removed) on PPC headed “Prometheus”, framed ‘BROAD strip of 6, SG #F220a, Cat £13, cancelled ‘MOUNT ARROW/21SP/W.A’ arrival on face. Unusual and rare origin/ WELLINGTON/25MR81 4/N.Z’ (B2). destination cover. $50 NEW ZEALAND | Booklets NEW GUINEA | ‘N.W./PACIFIC/ISLANDS’ Overprints 3999 B A 1954 4/- SG #SB20. 3955 F A A1 1915-16 KGV Single Wmk ½d green (c), SG 65. $15 3956 F A A1 - 4d yellow-orange (b), SG 70. $35 NEW ZEALAND | Life Insurance 3957 * A B2 1915-16 Kangaroos 1st Wmk 2½d indigo (c), SG #74, retail 4000 F A B2 1913-37 Lighthouse Cowan Paper Wmk 43 Perf 14 3d yellow$20. $6 brown, SG #L36, Cat £38, creased. 3958 * A B1 1915-16 Kangaroos 2nd Wmk 9d violet (c), SG 89. $30 4001 * A B1 1947-65 Lighthouse Life Insurance 1947 set of 7, excludes 3959 * A B1 1915-16 Kangaroos 3rd Wmk 2d grey (c), SG 94. $20 2½d black & bright-blue (1963), SG #L42-9, Cat £15. 3960 * A C1 - 3d yellow-olive abc strip of 3, SG #96 Retail $100, gum a bit NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards aged. $30 1881 Clover Border 1d red-brown, thick inner line, HG #2 3961 * A B1 1918-23 KGV Large Multi Wmk ½d green SG 119. $10 4002 PS A (Samuel #AA.2a), printed on reverse for ‘TOWN OF INGLEWOOD’ with rates notice. 3921 *

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$10 $20

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$5

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$8 $25 $5 $15 $30 $50 $12 $25 $25 $5 $5 $7 $6 $25 $5 $40 $4 $15 $6 $12 $15 $12 $6 $15 $4 $4 $20 $10 $4

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NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards (Official) 4003 PS A 1964 QEII Education Department Additional ½d ‘ADDITIONAL/POSTAGE ½d.’ on 2d green on cream ‘Official’ opt, HG #D12 (Samuel #AX.21a).

$4

NEW ZEALAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4004 PS A1900 QV Octagonal ½d blue-green, flap at top, HG #B4a (Samuel #CB.1b), some light tone spotting.

$8

NEW ZEALAND | First Day Covers 1948 Centennial of Otago set of 4 on registered cover to 4005 *F A Australia, cancelled with ‘DUNEDIN C.A./23FE48 9-A.M/ REGISTERED’ (A1). NEW ZEALAND | Postal History 4006 * A 1948 (Apr 23) use of ½d Peace pair on unsealed cover from Waharoa to “Rural Delivery/Morrinsville”. Boxed ‘NOT FOUND’ & ‘No box on rural.’ and RTS hand all on face. 1949 (Oct 4) use of 1d Inland Post Card uprated with 1d green 4007 * AKGVI, endorsed “Airmail”, from Ravensbourne to Waharoa. - (Oct 14) cover, repaired with ‘OFFICIALLY SEALED’ label after 4008 * Aaccidently being opened. 4009 * A1951 (Jun 12?) use of 5d slate KGVI pair on registered air cover from Waharoa to Dunedin. NEW ZEALAND | Flight Covers 1932 Kohita - Wellington 5d on 3d green tied by ‘HOKITIKA/ 4010 *V A20JA32.1PM/N.Z’ to air cover bearing boxed ‘AIR MAIL - FIRST FLIGHT/WELLINGTON - WEST COAST, S.I./[biplane]/BY AIR FROM HOKITIKA./20th JANUARY. 1932.’ in cyan, minor toning. 4011 * A1936 1st Sunday Mail Dunedin - Palmerston North, NZAMC #129f, on printed commemorative cover. 4012 *F A 1979 Antarctic ‘ANTARCTICA/[penguins]/1979 AIR NEW ZEALAND ANTARCTIC FLIGHTS’ (A1) cachet in purple on NZ Aerogramme franked with 14c on 10c QEII pair, cancelled with ‘AUCKLAND/14NO79/N.Z’ (A1-) & backstamped with boxed ‘AIR NEW ZEALAND LIMITED/TRAFFIC OFFICE/7NOV1979/ AUCKLAND, N.Z.’ (A1). NEW ZEALAND | Postmarks 4013 S A A2 Awakino: type A ‘N.Z/[A]WAKINO/[?]9DE22/I’ on 2d orangeyellow KGV PO 1/10/1889; closed c.1988. 4014 S A A2 Bainham: type A ‘N.Z/BAINHAM/24MR24’, on 1d red map. [Rated 4] PO 1/7/1896; closed 5/2/1988. 4015 S A A2 Makotuku: type A ‘N.Z/MAKOTUKU/16NO98/2’, on 1d blue & brown. [Rated 5] PO 1/1/1892; closed 29/11/1979. NEWFOUNDLAND 4016 F A C1 1868-73 Perf 12 3c blue, SG #37, Cat £22. NEWFOUNDLAND | Postal History 4017 *F C 1947 use of stampless front to Pilley’s Island cancelled with double meter No.5 on 16IV47. NIGER COAST PROTECTORATE 4018 F A 1894 Modified Oil Rivers 2½d & 5d, SG #48-9, Cat £20. 4019 * A A1 1894 QV New Design 2d lake, P14½-15, SG #53, hinge rem, Cat £32. 4020 F A B1 1894 QV New Design Wmk Crown/CA 1d vermilion pair P15½16, SG #67c, Cat £15. 4021 F A B1 - 1d orange-vermilion P15½-16, SG #67ac

NYASALAND $40 4049 * A B1 $15

$4

NORFOLK ISLAND 4027 F A B1 1960-62 Pictorials set of 13, SG #24-36, Cat £32, 10/- has a tiny tone spot at top. 4028 ** A 1973-75 Architecture set SG 133-148. (16) 4029 ** A 1974 UPU M/S, SG #162, Cat £20. 4030 ** A A1 1978 Cook’s Northernmost Voyage set of 2 in marginal blocks of 10, SG #213-4. 4031 F A A1 1987-88 Scenes set of 16, SG #405-20, Cat £32, cto. 4032 F A A1 1987 La Perouse set of 3, SG #433-5, cto. 4033 F A A1 1989 Mutiny on the Bounty set of 4 & minisheet, SG #460-4, Cat £14.75, cto.

$45

$4

$20 $5

OIL RIVER PROTECTORATE 4051 F A A1 1892-94 ½d vermilion, SG #1, Cat £12, cancelled with ‘OPOBO RIV[ER]/A/SP?/[?]’ (A4).

$10

4050 ** A

ORANGE RIVER COLONY 4053 * A- NB1 1903-04 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA set to 1/-, SG #139-46, Cat £90, hinge remainders, 6d unused, 1/- creased.

PAKISTAN $10 4054 U A/A$10

$20 $15

$25

$40

4055 * A A1 4056 * A- A1 4057 **/* A 4058 *

A

4059 ** A 4060 V A B1

1947 ‘PAKISTAN’ On India Local Issues 3p to 8a (2) range with a variety of local overprints. (10) 1947 ‘PAKISTAN’ On India 10r purple & claret, SG #17. - 25r slate-violet & purple SG #19, small thin, Cat £90. 1948 Independence complete set with both 1r, SG #20-3a, 1r P11 MLH. 1949-53 Crescent Moon Points to Left set to 10a with both 1a, SG #44-50, Cat £94. 1949 Mohammed Ali Jinnah Death set of 3, SG #52-4, Cat £11. - 10a black, SG #54.

$10 $5 $25 $8 $50 $9 $7

$20 PAKISTAN | Official Stamps 4061 ** A 1947 KGVI Overprints high values 1r - 10r SG O10-O13. (4) $125 $15 4062 ** A B1 1948 Ovpt O2 5r carmine, SG #O25, couple of light gum tone $7 spots, Cat £65. $40

$15

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$20

$12

NIGERIA | Postal History 1934 use of KGV 3d blue on cover to USA, cancelled with 4023 *F Adouble-circle ‘BENDE/27OC/34/NIGERIA’ (A1), double-circle ‘UMUAHIA/30OC/34/NIGERIA’ (B1) transit.

4026 *

$45 $75 $35 $25 $25 $25 $50 $5 $25

1921-23 KGV Wmk Script CA 4/- carmine & black, SG #111, lightly aged gum, Cat £23. 1949 UPU set of 4 marginal pairs, SG #163-6.

$12 ORANGE FREE STATE | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4052 PS A 1900 VRI Overprint ½d+½d on ½d+½d green, HG #25.

$12

1932-36 Pictorials set to 6d, SG #62-7. (6) 1944-46 Wmk Multi NZ/Star 3/- light blue & emerald-green, SG #97, Cat £15, fluffy perfs at right. 1950 Pictorials set, SG #113-22, Cat £14.

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

1855 Imperf 4sk blue, Cat £180, three large margins, pen cancelled. 1856 King Oskar I 2sk orange-yellow, SG #4, Cat £150. - 3sk lilac, SG #6, Cat £95. - 8sk dull lake, SG #11, Cat £50. 1867-68 No Wmk 1sk grey-black, SG #22, Cat £55. - 2sk orange-buff, SG #24, Cat £75. - 3sk lilac, SG #26, Cat £150. - 4sk blue, SG #27, Cat £14. - 8sk carmine, SG #29, Cat £65.

$8 NORWAY | Postal History 1935 use of 20ø red, cancelled with ‘VACANTIE REIS/op 4046 *V A ZEE/K.N.S.M./8-20AUG./1935/S.S. „Simón Bolivar”‘ (A1), on black & white real photo PPC of ‘ULVIK, HARDANGER’ to Holland. $20 4047 *F A 1942 use of no wmk 20ø & 40ø officials, cancelled with doublecircle ‘SVOLVAER/13.10.42/*’ (A2) on registered cover. $10 [Svolvaer is above the Arctic Circle.] $20 NORWAY | Flight Covers 1953 Oslo - Tokyo 1k green cancelled with Oslo machine of 4048 *F A $10 23.5.53 on ‘SPECIAL FLIGHT’ printed card with double-circle ‘SPECIAL FLIGHT/MAY/23rd/1953/OSLO - THULE - TOKYO’ (A1-) in red & purple ‘TOKYO AMF/25.5.53/JAPAN’ (A1) in purple.

NIGERIA | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 4022 PS A 1956 Bronze White Inside 6d blue overlay, HG #FG7, from missionary, cancelled with ‘MOPA/*/30MY/58/[NIGERI]A’ (C1 rated 150 by Proud).

NIUE 4024 * A 4025 ** A B2

4038 F 4039 F 4040 F 4041 F 4042 F 4043 F 4044 F 4045 F

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PAKISTAN | Postal History 4063 *F B 1956? use of 8a brown x2 & 1a blue x2, cancelled with poor double-circle ‘HOTEL METROPOLE NIGHTS P.O./24DEC[56/ ?]’ (B3), on OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR CANADA cover to London, handstamped ‘AIR MAIL/ REGISTERED’ (A1-) in blue with boxed ‘COMMERCIAL SECRETARY/OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER for CANADA/POST OFFICE BOX 3703/KARACHI PAKISTAN.’ (A1), with straight-line ‘HOTEL METROPOLE NIGHTS’ (B1), o/o for display, small torn section at base of reverse & backflap sealed with short piece of sellotape. 1957 use of 12a orange & pink gas & 2a red, cancelled with 4064 *F B double-circle ‘NEW TOWN KARACHI/SOR/6FEB57/430PM/[?]’ (B2), on airmail cover to London, closed tear at TLC. PALESTINE | Postal History 1936 use of 20m olive & 15m blue, very lightly cancelled, on 4065 *F B registered, insured cover to the Haag, Netherlands, bearing blue ‘Tel-Aviv 1’ registration label & ‘INSURED/(VALEUR DÉCLARÉE)’ label in black on red, backstamped with ‘TELAVIV. ALLENBY ROAD.B.C./B/23DE/36/+’ (A1), oval ‘REGISTERED/23DE36/TEL AVIV’ (A1) & bilingual ‘/ 25DE36.6P/CAIRO/CASH’ (A1-), little bit of toning here & there, torn open at left.

NORTH BORNEO 4034 * A- B1 1909-23 Pictorials 24c black & deep lilac Cassowary, SG #176a, Cat £50, minor thin.

PAPUA $10 4066 * 4067 F 4068 * $35 4069 F

A B1 A A B1 A A1

NORTH BORNEO | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4035 PS A1889 POSTAGE 3c red-brown, HG #4 (ISC# P2, Cat R$120), cancelled with red ‘[SAND]AKAN/8/JUL/1889’ (A2), to London, stamp removed.

$20

4070 ** 4071 F 4072 F 4073 F

A A1 A A1 A A1 A A1

NORTHERN NIGERIA 4036 * A B1 1907-11 New Colours 5/- green & red/yellow, SG #42, Cat £40.

$40

1906-07 Optd Small ‘Papua’ 1d black & carmine, SG 39. - 1d black & carmine pair, SG 39 used in 1909. - 2d black & violet, SG 40. - 2d black & violet, SG 40 block of 4 used in 1908 with bottom right unit showing variety Inverted d for p. 1932 Pictorials ½d black & buff SG 120a. - 3d black and blue SG 134. - 5d black and slate green SG 136. - 6d bistre brown SG 137.

$12 $4

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PAPUA | Postal History 4074 *F A 1940 cover to Port Moresby with 2d Bird of Pardise tied by fine strike Daru 21 Mr 40 cds. - use of 2d Bird of Paradise, cancelled with ‘SAMARAI.E.D./ 4075 *F A1NO40/PAPUA’ (B1) on cover to Masonic Temple Brisbane.

$50 $15

PAPUA NEW GUINEA 4076 *

A B1

4077 ** A A1 4078 ** A A1 4079 V A A1 4080 F A A1

1957-58 Pictorials 1957 surcharges and 1958 Pictorials 4d, 7d, 1/7d & 5/-, SG #16-24, Cat £30+, 1/7d is marginal single hinged in margin only, 7d surcharge has disturbed gum. (6) 1967 Beetles 20c in top marginal block of 5 & 25c in TRC block of 8, SG #111-2. 1968-69 Shells $2 corner pair. 1974 Birds set SG 270-2. (3) 1977-78 Headdresses set of 12, SG #318-29, 50t has a rounded TRC so mint copy also included.

$20 $4 $15 $4

1959 stampless P&T Dept cover, Port Moresby cds & boxed ‘TELEPHONE/ACCOUNTS SECTION/...’ date-stamp in violet.

$4

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postmarks 4082 * A

1960 Goroka: plain cover with fine strike of Humid Tropics Symposium UNESCO Goroka 15 SEPT 60. 4083 * A 1966: strip of paper with three fine srikes Lumi, Kukipi and Alexishafen all cds dated 2 Ap 66. 4084 D A- A1- Bulolo: ‘BULOLO/16JY63/PAPUA - NEW GUINEA’ (#BL-1) on 8d green shipping, slight toning around edges of stamp. PO 5/11/ 4085 D A A1 4086 * A A1 4087 * A A1 4088 * A A1

1947.

Finschhafen: ‘FINSCHHAFEN/17AP79/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 7c coastal village. PO 15/9/1948. Kwikila: ‘KWIKILA/11OC60/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5d on ½d green Pictorial, to Sydney, NSW, stamp has rounded BRC. PO

4091 *

A- B1

PITCAIRN ISLANDS 4092 ** A 1966 Churchill set SG 53-6. (4) 4093 ** A 1966 UNESCO set SG 61-3. (4) 4094 ** A 1970 Fish set of 4, SG #111-14. (4) 4095 ** A 1974 Shells Miniature sheet SG MS 151. 4096 ** A 1975 Mailboats Miniature sheet SG MS 161. PITCAIRN ISLANDS | First Day Covers 4097 *V A 1980 QM 80th Birthday 50c QM, tied by Adamstown Pitcairn Islands FDI cancel, on unaddressed embossed illustrated official ornate FDC. POLAND 4098 W A/APORTUGAL 4099 * A A1

1944 Monte Cassino set of 4, SG #494-7, odd toned perf, Cat £60. 1928 Independence 96c black & carmine, SG #792, Cat £35.

PORTUGUESE INDIA | Postal History 1953 commercial air cover to Vic with Vaz 10t & Stamp 4100 *F A Centenary 1t. QATAR 4101 ** A RHODESIA 4102 * A B1 4103 F A A2 4104 * A B2 4105 * A B2 4106 F A C2 4107 F A A1 4108 F A B1 4109 * A- B1 4110 V A B1 4111 * A B1 4112 * A C1 4113 V A A1 4114 U A 4115 V 4116 V 4117 V 4118 F

A C2 A B2 A A1 A B1

4119 U A

1957-59 Castles set of 3 with Type 1 ovpts, SG #13-5, Cat £17. 1892-93 Arms Perf 14,14½ 1d black, SG #1, Cat £16. - 1/- grey-brown, SG #4, Cat £15. 1892-94 Bi-Colour Arms Perf 14,14½ 3d grey-black & green SG #21, Cat £22. - 8d red & ultramarine, SG #24, Cat £16. - 8d red & ultramarine, SG #24, Cat £22. 1895 Bi-Colour Arms Thick Paper 2d green & red, SG #27, Cat £18. - 4d yellow-brown & black, SG #28, Cat £20. 1896-97 Scroll Behind Legs Die II 4d ultramarine & mauve, SG #44, Cat £75, some paper adhesion to gum. - 4d ultramarine & mauve, SG #44, Cat £13. 1896 Overprinted Cape of Good Hope 1d rose-red, SG #59, Cat £18, small surface abrasion. 1898-1908 Numeral Value Arms 1d rose, SG #77, Cat £12. 1905 Victoria Falls 2½d deep blue P14, SG #95, Cat £11. 1909-12 ‘RHODESIA’ Overprint ½d to 1/-, ex 4d, SG #1004,106-7, Cat £31. (7) - 2d brown, SG #102, with Flattened tail on R of overprint. - uncatalogued 2½d deep dull blue, SG #103 (var). - 7/6d black, SG #111, Cat £28. 1909-11 Surcharges 10d on 3/- deep violet, surcharge in black, SG #117, Cat £18. 1910-13 Double Heads Perf 14 ½d x3 distinct shades.

A A1

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A B1 A B1 A B1

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A B1

4131 **/* A B1 4132 *

A B1

4133 F A- B2 4134 * A A1

RHODESIA & NYASALAND 4137 U A 1954-56 QEII Pictorials 1d, 3d to 10/-, SG #2,4-14, Cat £26. (12) 4138 V A B1 1961 Kariba Hydro-Electric 3c with Gorge flaw, SG #32b.

$20 $8

RHODESIA & NYASALAND | Postal History 4139 *G A1958 use of 1/- grey on formular Air Letter from native postal clerk to USA. $4

$8

$4

1927-29 Pictorials Wmk NZ/Crown ½d black & green, SG #38. - 1d black & deep carmine with double derrick flaw [2/8], SG #39a, Cat £16. - 2½d red-brown & dull blue, SG #40, hinge rem, Cat £14.

4125 *

$10

1953.

Toboi: ‘TOBOI/7JY65/T.P. & N.G.’ on 1st day of use on 6d South Pacfic Conference on FDoI on illustrated FDC. Renamed from

4124 F A A1

- 1d x3 distinct shades. $10 - 2d black & slate-grey, SG #128 $5 - 3d purple & yellow-ochre, SG #135, Cat £15. $12 - 4d black & orange, SG #140, Cat £25, cancelled with fine double-circle ‘SHAGARI/8APR1916/S.RHODESIA’. $25 1913-22 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 1½d bistre-brown block of 4, left 2 units with joined ½, SG #198. $10 1913-22 Admirals Single Plate Perf 15 Cream Paper 2½d bright blue block of 4, SG #208, Cat £64+, minor gum faults. $50 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 14 3d black & deep yellow (closer to orange than deep yellow), SG #221, top perfs stained. $30 - 2/6d indigo & grey-brown, SG #236, Cat £55. $50 - 3/- brown & blue, SG #236b, Cat £140. $100 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die II Perf 15 1/- black & greenish blue, SG #248, Cat £60, with blurred point to M of COMPANY and black cross below centre of bottom frame. $50 1913-22 Admirals Double Plates Head Die III Perf 14 Cream Paper 5/- deepish blue & blue-green, SG #275, Cat £100. $100 1922-24 Admirals Single Plate Perf 14 White Paper ½d dull green block of 4, SG #282, Cat £22. $20 1922-24 Admirals Double Plates Head Die III Perf 14 White Paper 8d violet & grey-green, SG #297, Cat £41. $40 - 10d bright ultramarine & red, SG #298, 1mm tear, Cat £70. $50 - 2/6d violet-blue & grey-brown, SG #303, Cat £50, with violetblue diagonal smudge (doctor blade flaw?). $70

$25 RHODESIA | Postmarks 4135 S A A2 Gatooma: double-circle ‘GATOOMA/ 12AUG1912/S.RH[ODESI]A’ (#D4) on 1d double head. [Rated $4 40 by Proud] 4136 S A B2 Native Department: double-circle ‘NATIVE DEP[T]/?/01/ $5 SALISBU[RY]’ fiscal cancel on 1/-. $8

Malaguna PO 1/4/1965; closed 30/3/1984.

PENRHYN 4089 * A B1 4090 * A B1

$20

1/8/1960.

Mount Hagen: ‘MOUNT HAGEN/13JY67/PAPUA-NEW GUINEA’ on 5c butterfly on plain cover by airmail to Lae. PO 16/2/

A A B1 A B1 A B1

$4

PAPUA NEW GUINEA | Postal History 4081 *F A

4120 U 4121 F 4122 F 4123 F

$5 $15 $10

RUMANIA 4140 * A/A-

$5

1903 New Post Office set of 7, SG #472-8, some small gum imperfections with small stripped area on 5L. Typical variable centring, Cat £375, good colours. $150

RUSSIA - IMPERIAL 4141 F B B1 1865 No Wmk 30k green & carmine-rose on normal paper, SG #17, Cat £40, cancelled at Shatsk in 1868, creased. $30 $20 $15 RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) 1945 Relief of Leningrad imperf m/s, SG #1101b, adhesions on $20 4142 * Agums and minor surface abrasion, Cat £48. $20 RUSSIA - Soviet Union (1923-1991) | Postal History 1942 use of stampless humourous PPC of ‘A GERMAN 4143 *F B KNIGHTS DILEMMA’ (showing German soldier in woman’s dress choosing between male & female toilets), some staining. $4 [Message translates in part as “The German-Fascist army and its allies are a barbaric band of professional looters and murderers. Death to the German occupiers!”] $20 RUSSIA - Federated Republic (1992 onwards) 4144 ** A B1 1992 Defins set of 37 1992 issues, including all values and paper variations (but not full perf variations) in blocks of 4. $8

RUSSIA - Federated Republic (1992 onwards) | Postal History 1993 use of 1989 5k blue aerogramme uprated with 20k red & 4145 *F A 5.00 Chechnya Rasputin cinderella, cancelled with cyrillic cds of $15 10 06 93 & Grozny 3 registration handstamp in black. $15 RUSSIAN POST OFFICES IN TURKEY 4146 * 1918 ROPIT Surcharges set of 6 values on 4 PARA stamps. Never issued. $15 ST. CHRISTOPHER-NEVIS-ANGUILLA $12 4147 * A B1 1954-63 QEII Pictorials $1.20 deep green & ultramarine, SG #117, Cat £18. $20 $14 ST. HELENA $18 4148 ** A 1961 Defins set SG 176-89. (14) 4149 ** A 1963 Red Cross set SG 191-2. (2) $18 $18 ST. LUCIA 4150 * A/A1912-21 KGV Wmk Mult Crown/CA set of 9, SG #78-88, Cat $50 £75, toned perfs on 6d & toned gum on 2½d. $13 4151 * A 1921-30 KGV Wmk Script Crown/CA set of 15, SG #91-105, Cat £60, odd neat hinge remainder. $15 4152 * A B1 1921-30 KGV Wmk Multi Script CA 1d rose-carmine, SG #92, $8 Cat £12. $10 ST. LUCIA | Postage Dues 1930 Typeset 2d black/yellow, 2nd printing, SG #D2, Cat £23, $20 4153 W A MNG as issued. $10 $10 ST. VINCENT $26 4154 * A 1955-63 50c x2, $1 x2 & $2.50, SG #198-200, Cat £37. $15 $5

$15

$20

$65

$25

$15

$4

$12 $110 $7

$60 $50 $8

$20 $20


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 ST. VINCENT | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4155 PS B 1884-93 1½d brown on cream, HG #3, ink annotation on face. 4156 PS A1893 QV New Value ½d green on buff, HG #6, with diagonal ‘SPECIMEN’.

$15

SAMOA | Postmarks 4157 * A A2 Fagamalo: ‘FAGAMALO/10MY63.1/WESTERN SAMOA’ on 1d, 8d & 1/3d independence on long cover to USA.

$5

SARAWAK | Postmarks 4158 * A- A1 Kuching: ‘KUCHING/18MR/78/SARAWAK’ on 15c butterfly on air cover to KL, dented TLC & slightly trimmed left edge.

$4

SAUDI ARABIA | Postal History 1950 Registered Air Mail cover to Scotland with adhesives tied 4159 *F Aby Jeddah cds in purple, back flap removed.

$30

$8

SERBIA | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4160 PS A 1893 No Borders 10p red on buff, HG #40.

$4

SERBIA | Postal Stationery - Letter Cards 4161 PS A 1904 Head Replaced With Arms 10p red and black, HG #A14.

$5

SEYCHELLES 4162 * A 4163 **/* A A1 4164 ** A 4165 ** A

1893 New Values 3c, 12c & 15c, SG #22-4, Cat £11.50. 1982 Chinese Little Bittern se-tenant strip of 5 ( one unit *) SG 523-7. 1990 Orchids set of 4, SG #767-70, Cat £15. 1988 Kreol Festival set of 5, SG #788a, Cat £11.50.

SHARJAH & DEPENDENCIES 4166 ** A 1968 World Scout Jamboree set of 5. 4167 ** A 1968 Sheikh Khalid 2r, 3r, 4r, 5r & 10r Air Mails, SG #264-8, Cat £31. SIERRA LEONE 4168 ** A

1966 Coins complete set of 12, SG #398-409.

SIERRA LEONE | Postal History 1952 use of stampless OHMS air cover from Post Office to USA, 4169 *F Acancelled with red ‘OFFICIAL PA[ID]/*/13FE/52/SIERRA LEONE’ (A2). SINGAPORE 4170 ** A A1 4171 ** A A1 4172 F A B1 4173 ** A A1 4174 F B A3 4175 *

A A1

1948-52 KGVI Perf 17½x18 10c purple SG 22. - $1 blue and purple SG 28. 1962-66 Flora & Fauna short set to 50c, SG #63-75, Cat £12. (13) 1968-73 Definitives $2, $5 & $10 Musical Instruments SG 11315. (3) 1971 Art 50c Mt Wallich, SG #169, Cat £14, some light toning, pulled perfs at lower left & light crease to TLC. 1976 Trees set SG 268-71. (4)

SINGAPORE | First Day Covers 1971 Art set of 6 on official FDC cancelled with ‘ART SERIES/54176 *V A 12-71/19/SINGAPORE’, SG #165-70, Cat £48. SINGAPORE | Postal History 4177 *F A 1969 use of 75c ECAFE, cancelled with part slogan only, on long Universal Philatelic Service cover to St Gallen, Switzerland by air. SINGAPORE | Flight Covers 4178 *G A 1953 Pan Am first flight from Singapore to San Francisco, intermediate cover to Saigon, ‘SAIGON R.P/13.00/28-5/1953/ VIETNAM’ machine arrival. SOLOMON ISLANDS 4179 * A/1907 Large Canoes set of 7, SG #1-7, Cat £250, odd small fault. 4180 W A B1 - 2½d orange yellow SG 4. 4181 * A/B 1939-51 Pictorials set of 13, SG #60-72, Cat £85, 4½d & 2/with tropicalised gum. 4182 ** A 1963 Red Cross set SG 101-2. (2) 4183 ** A A1 1973 Ships and Navigators set SG 236-9. (4) 4184 ** A 1975 Definitives set of 16, $1 is white paper and $5 is cream paper. (16) 4185 ** A 2006 Dinosaurs set of 8, SG #1194-201, Cat £17. SOLOMON ISLANDS | Booklets 4186 B** A 1984 Fungi black on yellow, SG #SB6, Cat £11. SOMALIA (Italian) 4187 ** A A1 4188 * A C1 4189 * A B1

1932-38 Pictorials 2L carmine P14, SG #173a, Cat £30. - 10L hippopotamus P14, SG #176a, Cat £120. 1934 Colonial Exhibition set of 6 air issues, SG #193-8, Cat £19, hinge remainders.

SOMALIA (Italian) | Postal History 4190 D C

1937 (Apr 15) use of 2l, 75c & 50c (all P14) on registered front from Chisimaio to Brava, tatty.

SOMALILAND (British) 4191 * A 1903 QV - Overprint At Top set to 1r, SG #1-10, few hinge rems, Cat £37. 4192 * A- A1 - 2½a ultramarine with 2nd I of BRITISH almost missing, SG #4, couple of minor toned perfs. 4193 V A B1 - 6a olive-bistre, SG #7, NO20/03 CTO cancel. 4194 V A C1 - 12a purple/red, SG #9, NO20/03 CTO cancel.

4195 *

A B1

4196 *

A C1

4197 * 4198 * 4199 * 4200 * 4201 * 4202 F 4203 ** 4204 F 4205 * 4206 ** 4207 */**

A B1 A B1 A A C1 A A A B1 A A A1 A B1 A

4208 F A 4209 **/* A 4210 **/* A

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1904 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA 1a grey-black & red, SG #33, Cat £19. 1912-19 KGV Wmk Multi Crown/CA 1r green, SG #69, Cat £18. 1921 KGV Wmk Script CA 1r green, SG #82. - 2r dull purple & purple, SG #83, toned gum, Cat £26. - 2r & 3r, SG #83-84, gum lightly toned, Cat £68. - 5r black & scarlet, SG #85, Cat £95. 1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4, SG #86-9, Cat £16. - set of 4, SG #86-9, Cat £48. 1937 Coronation 1a marginal block of 4, SG #90. 1938 KGVI Portrait to Left set to 8a, SG #93-9, Cat £70. - 3a bright blue, SG #96, hinge rem, Cat £18. - 5r black, SG #104, Cat £32. 1942 KGVI Portrait Centred complete set ex 3r, SG #105-16, 1r, 2r & 5r **, Cat £45. (11) - complete set, SG #105-16, Cat £38, all cancelled 30OCT42. 1951 Surcharges complete set, SG #125-35, Cat £50, all MUH except 5c & 10c 1953-58 QEII Pictorials set of 12, SG #137-48, all MUH except for odd low value, Cat £120.

SOMALILAND (British) | Official Stamps $8 4211 * A 1903 India OHMS ½a to 8a, SG #O1-4, Cat £48. (4) 4212 * A C1 1903 India SERVICE 1r green and aniline carmine QV, SG $10 #O9f, Cat £17. $15 4213 * A 1904 O.H.M.S. ½a & 1a, SG #O10-11, Cat £12.50. $10 SOUTH AFRICA 4214 V A A1 1933-36 Vootrekker Memorial Fund set of 4 in bilingual pairs, $5 SG #50-3, Cat £17. 4215 F A A1 1933-48 Pictorials, Rotogravure, Hyphenated 1/- Wildebeest $20 horizontal pair, SG #62, Cat £18. 4216 F A A1 - 10/- blue & sepia horizontal pair, SG #64c. $7 4217 F A- B1 1937 Coronation complete set in horizontal pairs, SG #71-5, Cat £10, 3d pair has some toning to top edge. 4218 **/* A C1 1938 Voortrekker Commemoration 1½d with three bolts in wheel rim [R15/5] in vertical pair, SG #80a, varietal unit MUH, Cat £27. $25 4219 F A C1 - 1½d with three bolts in wheel rim [R15/5], SG #80a, Cat £27 as pair. 4220 F A B1 1947-54 Pictorials 1d grey & carmine block of 4, SG #115. $2 4221 ** A A1 1950 2d Reduced Size corner block of 6 (2x3) [1-2/19-20], unit $25 2/20 with smoking chimney at left. 4222 F A B1 1973 Woltemade set of 3, SG #332-4. $4 4223 F A B1 1973 Langenhoven set of 3, SG #335-7. 4224 ** A 1988 Lighthouses M/S, SG #653. $60 SOUTH AFRICA | Postal History 1930 6d green & orange, with ‘OFFICIAL/OFFISIEEL’ opt, on $4 4225 *F A long OHMS registration cover to Bentleigh, Vic, backstamped $5 with ‘BENTLEIGH S.E.14/2DE30/VIC’ (A1-). 4226 * A 1946 (Mar 13) use of 3d & 1/- on air cover to Merca, Somalia

$15 $12 $8 $20 $40 $60 $12 $40 $3 $60 $8 $25 $40 $30 $40 $80 $40 $14 $10

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

$8 $30

$25 SOUTH AFRICA | Military - Boer War Period 4227 *F B 1900: use of 1d VRI opt pair, cancelled with double-circle ‘FIELD POST OFFICE/33/AP19/00/BRITISH ARMY S. AFRICA’ (B1-, Bloemfontein area?) on plain OAS cover with double-circle ‘G.P.O. CAPETOWN/24APR00 430PM/CAPE COLONY’ (B1) $5 arrival, some rust spotting. $100 SOUTH AFRICA | Military - World War II Period 1941 use of 4d & 6d on air cover, cancelled with ‘EGYPT/54/ 4228 * A14XI41/[POST]AGE/[PR]EPAID’, censor 242 on face. $20 4229 * A- use of 4d & 6d on air cover, cancelled with ‘EGYPT/54/29X41/ POSTAGE/PREPAID’, censor 242 on face. 1942 use of 4d & 6d on air cover, cancelled with ‘EGYPT/54/ 4230 * B 26IV42/POSTAGE/PREPAID’, British crowned circle censor $125 1852 on face. $30 SOUTH GEORGIA & SOUTH SANDWICH ISLANDS $45 4231 ** A 1988 Lloyd’s Tercentenary set of 4, SG #183-6. $6 SOUTH WEST AFRICA $5 4232 F A C1 1927 S.W.A on South Africa 2d horizontal pair, SG #50, Cat £32. $45 $5 SOUTH WEST AFRICA | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 4233 PS A 1923 ½d green opt ‘South West/Africa.’ on buff, HG #E5. $8 SOUTHERN NIGERIA 4234 F A C1 1901-02 QV 4d black & sage-green, SG #4, Cat £27, cancelled with 1892 Brass River. $25 4235 * A A1 1903-04 KEVII Wmk Crown/CA 2d grey-black & chestnut BRC $65 marginal pair with control ‘1’ in grey-black, SG #12, Cat £13, one unit is **. $15 4236 * A B1 - 6d grey-black & purple, SG #15, cancelled with Forcados River. 4237 * A B1 1907-11 KEVII New Colours 5/- green & red on yellow, SG #42, Cat £41. $5

SOUTHERN NIGERIA | Postmarks 4238 S A A2 Travelling Post Office: framed ‘NIGER TRAVELLING POST OFFICE/A/9DE/03/+’ on ½d black & green.

SOUTHERN RHODESIA $25 4239 F A A2 1931-37 3d deep ultramarine, SG #18, Cat £11, couple of short perfs at left. $20 $4 $6

$10 $10 $10 $6

$20 $25

$20 $10 $7 $38

$10

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SOUTHERN RHODESIA | First Day Covers 4240 *PS A1953 Coronation 2/6d on 4d KGVI Registration Envelope (HG #C7), addressed locally in Salisbury. SOUTHERN RHODESIA | Postal History 1930 use of 1d bright rose KGV x3, cancelled with Bulawayo 4241 *F C machine of 13.5.30 on plain cover to Aberdeen, New Brunswick, somewhat roughly opened & now glued shut, small closed tear at base & slight toning to TRC. 1942 (Oct 29) use of 2d on cover to NZ, South African ‘[arms]/ 4242 * A RELEASED/A’ (Little #8C, rated 8) on face. 4243 * A1944 (Feb? 7) use of 1/- & 1½d pair on air cover from Salisbury to “Somalia Gendarmerie Headquarters/Mogadiscu/EA Command”. - (Jul 4) use of 1/- & 1½d pair on air cover from Salisbury to 4244 * A“Political Branch/EA Command”, double-circle ‘E.A./ 6VIIB44/A.P.O. 52’ (Italian Somalia ?). SPAIN | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 4245 PS A 1981 30p commemorating Madrid - Manilla. SPAIN | Flight Covers 4246 *F A 1950 Barcelona - London 15c green rider, 50c & 1p J. de la Cierva (Mi #769,824-5) cancelled by hexagonal ‘CORREO AEREO/22OCT50 12M/BARCELONA’ with circular ‘B.E.A/ LONDON/BARCELONA/FIRST FLIGHT 23 OCT 1950’ handstamp in purple. SUDAN 4247 ** A- A1

4287 V A- B1 $10

SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4290 PS A 1930 Bundesfeier Fete Nationale 10pf used to Germany in 1930 with additional 10pf tied by cds 15VII 30. $12 4291 PS A1886 10c + 10c red-brown, printed on 1st & 3rd sides, HG #17, diagonal lightly discoloured line to right on front. $20 SWITZERLAND | Postal Stationery - Envelopes 4292 PS B 1874 Knife B Wmk 3 10c aniline red on white, HG #B19 (HG don’t list this shade with this wmk), a few faults. $20 SWITZERLAND | Commemorative Covers * 1994 Matterhorn 1965 Matterhorn set (2), Cat #820-1, $30 4293 V A cancelled with circular ‘3920 GORNERGRAT/17.9.94-15/ [mountain]/WELTBERÜHMTES PANORAMA’ on unaddressed cover. $4 TAIWAN 4294 W A 4295 *

$4

SUDAN | Official Stamps 4248 F A- B1 1927-30 Perf ‘SG’ Wmk Multi SG 10p black & reddish purple, SG #O31, Cat £10, small toned area at central base.

$6

4250 V A B1 4251 W A A1 4252 * A SWEDEN 4253 F 4254 F 4255 F 4256 F 4257 F 4258 F 4259 F 4260 F 4261 F 4262 F 4263 F

A B1 A- C1 A A1 A A1 A A1 A B1 A A1 A B1 A A1 A C1 A B1

1935 Silver Jubilee set of 4, 2d with grey-black vertical hairline through right-most tower. (4) - 6d, SG #24. 1948-54 KGVI 3d deep blue, SG #32a, Cat £17. 1956 Pictorials complete set of 12, SG #53-64, Cat £95. 1855-58 4sk blue, SG #2a, Cat £120. - 4sk grey-blue, SG #2c. 1858-72 5o green, SG #6a - 5o yellow-green, SG #6b, Cat £24. - 30o red-brown, SG #10, Cat £38 - 30o chocolate, SG #10a, Cat £55. - 50o carmine, SG #11a, Cat £110. 1862-63 Lion and Arms 3ö brown, Type II, SG #12c, Cat £16. 1872 Perf 14 24o orange-yellow, SG #23b, Cat £50. 1903 Post Office 5 Kr blue, SG #57, Cat £28. 1932 Gustav II set of 6 with both P10, SG #177-80, Cat £12.

SWEDEN | Booklets 4264 B** A 1974 Ystad SG #SB292. SWEDEN | Official Stamps 4265 F A1874 Perf 14 3o yellow-brown, SG #O28c, Cat £50 4266 F A A 1 - 24o orange, SG #O37, Cat £25. 4267 * A A1 1881 Perf 13 6o violet, SG #O31e, Cat £33. 4268 F A A1 - 50o rose, SG #O39c, Cat £28. SWEDEN | Postage Dues 4269 * A A1 1874-77 Perf 14 1o black, SG #D27, Cat £70. 4270 F A B1 - 50o bistre, SG #D36, Cat £65. 4271 F A A1 - 1 Kr pale blue & bistre, SG #D3710A, Cat £75. SWEDEN | Maximum Cards 4272 *F A 1987 Circus 2.10 Circus tied to maximum card by Stockholm cds 10 10 1987, great thematic. SWITZERLAND 4273 F A 4274 F A- B1 4275 F A A1 4276 F A B1 4277 F A A1 4278 F A B2 4279 F A- A1 4280 F A A1 4281 * 4282 F 4283 F 4284 F

A B1 A A1 A A1 B A1

4285 F A A1 4286 F A A1

1850 Rayon II 10Rp red, black & yellow, 3 good margins, SG #10 1900 UPU set of 3, P11¾x11½, 5c is re-engraved issue, SG #189-91, Cat £45, some slight toning 1908 Helvetia 35c dark green & yellow, Surfaced paper, SG #235a, Cat £20. 1909 William Tell Cord in Front of Stock set of 3, SG #247-9, Cat £24, 2c has a toned perf. 1924-40 Shield & Value in Red set of 4 on, normal paper, SG #329-32, Cat £28. 1932 Disarmament Air 90c blue & grey-blue, SG #346, Cat £55. 1939 National Exposition set of 9, SG #391-3, Cat £34, 30c Italian has slight toning to BRC. 1939 National Exposition Series II set of 12, SG #394-7, Cat £74, 5c German has extensive paper adherance. 1941 Airmail short set to 2f, SG #415-21, Cat £14. (7) 1945 Pro Patria set of 4, SG #461-4, Cat £23. 1948 Pro Patria set of 4, SG #495-8, Cat £14.50. 1953 Pro Patria set of 5, SG #541-5, Cat £28, 10+10c has a tone spot at TRC & a hinge thin, 20+10c has slight discolouration to right edge, 40+10c has tiny closed tear between perfs at TLC. 1955 Pro Juventute set of 5, SG #558-61. 1923 Pro Juventute short set to 20+5c, SG #J24-6, Cat £14.

A A1

$15 TANGANYIKA 4296 ** A A1

1927-41 Camel Wmk Multi SG 20pi pale blue & blue, top marginal vertical pair, SG #46b, Cat £11, light vertical crease.

SWAZILAND 4249 * A A1

4288 V A A1 4289 F A A1

1933 Pro Juventute set of 4, SG #J64-7, Cat £17, 20+5c has short closed tear from right along cancel. 1955 Pro Juventute 5c to 40c, SG #J157-61, Cat £16. 1959 Pro Juventute set of 5, SG #J177-81.

$8 $6 $5 $45

4297 F 4298 F 4299 * 4300 V 4301 *

A A1 A C1 A A A1 A C1

THAILAND 4302 F A B1 4303 F A B1 4304 * 4305 *

A B1 B B1

$60

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

$4

$12

$4

$15 $5

1922 Seriffed ‘G.E.A.’ Overprint 10c orange marginal single with control ‘1’, SG #73, hinged in margin only. 1922-24 Giraffe 1/- wmk upright, SG #83a, Cat £11. - 2/- wmk sideways, SG #84, Cat £24. 1925 New Frame Colours 5c & 10c, SG #89-90, Cat £20. - 25c blue, SG #91. - 30c purple, SG #92.

$10 $10 $20 $15 $17 $6

1892 Surcharges By Siam Mercantile Press large ‘4atts’ on 14a subtype B, SG #34. 1894 Surcharges P&T Department ‘2 Atts.’ on 64a, SG #39, Cat £10.50. 1898-99 Surcharges ‘1 Att.’ (10mm) on 12a, SG #55. 1920-25 50s black & ochre-brown, SG #222, Cat £26, strong horizontal crease. 1967 Orchids 3b Dendrobium formosum, SG #576.

TOKELAU ISLANDS | First Day Covers 4310 *F A 1948 Defins set in Imprint blocks of four tied to cover to Fiji by Nukunono cds 22JE 48.

$10 TONGA $10 4311 * $15 4312 F $10 4313 F 4314 F $15 4315 F $20 4316 * $25 4317 * 4318 * 4319 * 4320 * $15 4321 **

$30

1954 Overseas China League 40c & $5, SG #196-7, Cat £50, MNG. 1961 Taiwan Industries set of 4, SG #420-3, Cat £11.

4306 F A A1 $35 $140 THAILAND | Postal History $20 4307 * A 1911 (Jun 9) inwards PPC from NSW with fine bridge-style $10 ‘PUKET/9-6-1911/***’. Unusual origin/destination cover. $15 $15 TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 1892 QV Solid Circle ½d+½d green on buff, HG #7, optd $75 4308 PS A‘SPECIMEN’, small repaired corner fault. $6 $20 TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Registration Envelopes $15 4309 PS A1892 QV in Oval 2d grey, 133x82mm (Size F), HG #C1, couple $4 of small tone spots. $4

$8 $5 $4

1895 Surcharges 1d on 2d pale blue SG 25. - 1d on 2d pale blue SG 25. - 1½d on 2d pale blue SG 26. - 2½d on 2d pale blue SG 27. - 7½d on 2d pale blue SG 28b. 1895 King George II 1d olive green SG 32. - 2½d rose SG 33. - 5d blue SG 34. - 5d blue P12x11, SG 34b. - 7½d orange yellow SG 35. 1963 Gold Coins complete set of 13, SG #129-40,O17, odd minor blemish, Cat £14.

TONGA | Official Stamps 4322 W A B1 1893 G.F.B. Ovpts 2d pale ultramarine SG O2, no gum.

$5 $10 $5 $8 $4

$40

$30

$15

$30 $55 $35 $45 $55 $55 $30 $25 $30 $25 $40 $10 $20

$20 TONGA | Postal History 1935 Tin Can Mail small cover to New Zealand with 2½d 4323 *F Aadhesive tied by NIUAFOOU cds 7AU35 with a plethora of $10 cachets on front and back, minor stains. $30 1962 use of 4d UPU and 6d Aerodrome on formular $8 4324 *V A aerogramme, to USA. $35 $10 TRANSJORDAN 4325 * A 1920 Overprints on Palestine simplified set to 2p, 2m & 4m $12 P15x14 balance P14, SG #3,4,9,10,13-16, Cat £28. (8) $22 $5 $12 4326 * A A1 - 2p violet, SG #16. 4327 * A 1927-29 Emir Abdullah - Figures Both Sides set to 200m, SG #159-69, Cat £40. (11) $30 $30 4328 * A 1930 Locust Campaign set to 500m, ex 5m, SG #183-5,187$8 94, Cat £127. (11) $100 $15 4329 **/* A C1 - 50m block of 4, SG #190, one unit *, Cat £20. $20 $5 4330 * A 1930-39 Emir Abdullah - Figures At Left Perf 14 1m to 20m, ex 4m carmine-pink, SG #194b-7,198-201, Cat £26. (9) $20 4331 * A/A1943-47 Emir Abdullah - Figures At Left Perf 12 1m to 15m $4 original colours plus 10m to 20m new colours, SG #230-36,+, $5 small faults on 4m &15m blue, Cat £15+. (11) $10 $5


Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 TRANSJORDAN | Postage Dues 4332 W A 1923 Overprints on Saudi Arabia ½p scarlet & 2p orange, SG #D117,120, MNG, Cat £12.50. 4333 * A 1925 Overprints on Palestine 1m, 2m & 4m, SG #D159-61, Cat £11.50. 4334 * A 1929-39 1m, 2m & 4m, SG #D189-91, Cat £11. 4335 V A B1 - 4m green, SG #D191, Cat £15. TRANSVAAL 4336 **/* A

1985-93: set to 10/- P12½, SG #175-86, most appear MUH, Cat £103+. (12)

TRANSVAAL | Postal History 1906 use of KEVII 1d on P.S.&C. PPC of ‘Palms, St. Georges 4337 *F A Park, Port Elizabeth’, cancelled with double-circle ‘CAROLINA/ 9SEP06 1230PM’ (A1). TRINIDAD 4338 F A C2

1863-80 Wmk Crown/CC Perf 12½ 6d emerald-green, SG #72, Cat £12.

TRINIDAD | Postal Stationery - Wrappers 4339 PS A 1902-04 KEVII ½d green on buff, HG #E4, to Canada. TRINIDAD | Postal History 4340 *F A1896 use of 5d dull purple & mauve (SG #119, Cat £14 x4) to England, cover a little bit soiled. TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes 4341 PS A 1952 5c green on grey, HG #FG2, dated 7AUG1952. TRINIDAD & TOBAGO | Postmarks 4342 * A A1- Curepe: ‘[C]UREPE/19JU50/TRINIDAD’, Proud #D1, cancelling 5c magenta on Trinidad Stock Feeds air cover, backstamped ‘ST KITTS/*/21JU/50’ (A1). [Rated 120 by Proud] 4343 * A- B2 St. Vincent Street: double-circle ‘ST. VINCENT ST./*/14OC/83/ [TRINIDAD]’ on 35c & 80c on long air cover to Dominica, reg handstamp on face. TRISTAN DA CUNHA 4344 * A A1 1954 Pictorials Wmk Mult Script CA set of 14, SG #14-27, Cat £85. 4345 ** A A1 1971 Decimal Currency Opt set of 12, SG #137-48, Cat £12. 4346 ** A 1973 Centenary of HMS Challenger’s Visit set SG 177-80. (4) 4347 ** A 1978 Local Minerals set SG 242-5. (4) 4348 ** A 1981 Early Maps set SG 304-6. (3) 4349 ** A 1985 Queen Mother set & M/Sheet SG 390-4. (5) TURKEY | Postal History 1953 use of 20k blue, cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON/JUL31/ 4350 *F A1130PM/1953/D.C. - 6’ (B2) duplex on plain air cover to Milwaukee, Wisconsin, with ‘This article originally mailed/in country indicated by postage’ (B1) in purple, trimmed at left. TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS 4351 ** A A1 1919 (20 Aug) War Tax 1d scarlet marginal pair, SG #150, with doubling of W on left unit. 4352 * A B1 - uncatalogued 1d rose-red, SG #150 (var). 4353 ** A A1 1919 (17 Dec) War Tax 1d scarlet marginal block of 4. 4354 * A A1 - 1d scarlet marginal pair, SG #151, with doubling of W on left unit. TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS | Booklets 4355 B** A 1977 Silver Jubilee SG #SB1. TUVALU | Booklets 4356 B** A 1984 30c x2 & 60c, SG #SB5. TUVALU | Postmarks 4357 * A B1 Nukulaelae: light double-circle ‘NUKULAELAE/*/4MR/76/ TUVALU’, on 1c Toddy & 4c Fishing, on Simpson cover. UGANDA 4358 V 4359 ** 4360 ** 4361 **

A A1 A A A

1898-1902 QV 4a deep green, SG #88, Cat £10. 1984 Butterflies set of 4, SG #452-5. 1990 Birds both M/S, SG #848. 1991 Elephants set of 4, SG #988-91.

UNITED NATIONS | First Day Covers 4362 *WA 1981 Year Sets Cat #343-67, stuck down in two souvenir folders.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Official Stamps 4374 V A1873 Executive 3c carmine, Sc #O12, trimmed vertical perfs, Cat $210. $5 $100 $9 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | First Day Covers 1952 3c 200th Anniversary Birth of Betsy Ross tied to multi$8 4375 *F A coloured maxi card by Philadelphia cancel JAN 2 1952. $10 1971 Antarctic Treaty 8c blue & red on FDC with metallic 4376 *F A sticker, cancelled with ‘WASHINGTON. DC/JUN/23/1971 FIRST DAY OF ISSUE’ (A1), unaddressed. $80 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postal History 4377 *F A1820 entire rated “18¾” in red cancelled with light framed red ‘NEWBURYPORT/NOV/22/[M?]’ (B2-), Mass, to West Machias, Maine. 1880 use of 6c Lincoln, Continental Bank Note Co. printing, $12 4378 *F Acancelled with very light Californian duplex of AUG 26, backstamped with ‘LONDON/F/SP16/80’ (B1) transit & ‘[LAUNCEST]ON/D/NO3/80/ºTASMANIAº’ (A3) arrival, reduced $5 at right, not quite trimming stamp. 1880s use of 1883 2c (Sc #210) and 1882 10c black-brown (Sc 4379 *F A#209b) cancelled with targets on registered cover to Winameg, $13 Ohio, framed ‘POPLAR/MAR.8/ /O’ (A1) on face. 4380 *F B 1905 use of 2c carmine on oriental buff (H&G #B366), cancelled with ‘FREEPORT/MAY1/230P/1905/ILL.’ & bearing straight-line ‘Due 2 cts.’ in purple, 1c claret due x2 affixed, backstamped with $24 ‘BATTLE CREEK/MAY2/430A/1905/MICH.’ machine cancel, envelope roughly opened at right. 1937 use of 3c Washington on plain cover, cancelled with $4 4381 *F A ‘U.S.S./APR/21/1937/A.M./CASE - HAMILTON/BERMUDA’ (A1). 4382 *F A1938 use of 1c Franklin, 5c Roosevelt & 10c Special Delivery, cancelled with ‘OMAHA. NEBR./JUN4/7PM/1938/AIR MAIL $15 FIELD - RMS’ duplex (B1) on air cover to Chicago, straight-line ‘Fee Claimed at Chicago Ill.’ (B1). 4383 *F A1942 use of 30c brown Buffalo pair with 10c red-brown Tyler, $4 cancelled with ‘NEW YORK, N.Y./APR14/730PM/1942/GRAND CENTRAL ANNEX - G.C.’ (B1) duplex, on long cover to Sydney, Australia, sealed at left with ‘2/OPENED BY CENSOR’ label & bearing straight-line ‘PASSED BY CENSOR/S.149’ (A1-) $40 handstamp in purple, some edge wear. $8 4384 *F A1949 (Nov 3) use of 3c x8 on air cover from Chicago to Sydney, $4 violet ‘Reurned for “1” ¢ additional postage/...’ handstamp on $5 face, 1c Prexie added and cancelled on Nov 4. $4 4385 * A 1950 (Feb 21) Salvation Army cover from San Francisco to $5 Sydney, underpaid and returned for 19c additional postage, nice condition, unsealed flap. 1955 use of Lebanese 7.50p vermilion, 5p Lemons x2 & .5p 4386 *F Adeep blue, cancelled with double-circle ‘WASHINGTON. D.C. 4/ DC20 7PM/1955’ (A1), on long air cover from US Embassy, Beirut, Lebanon, with straight-line ‘This article originally $8 mailed/in country indicated by postage’ (A1-), to Denver, Colorado. $10 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Flight Covers 1928 Great Fall to Salt Lake City cover with blurred cachet. $10 4387 *F B $5 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Military - World War II Period 1940s use of 6c orange on white air envelope (H&G #3), 4388 *F A $10 cancelled with ‘U.S. ARMY/NOV3/194?/POSTAL SERVICE’ machine cancel & bearing boxed ‘PASSED BY/U 19515 S/ ARMY EXAMINER’ censor handstamp, endorsed APO 159 of $6 Sonsopor, New Guinea. 1943 use of long San Francisco Citizens’ Hospitality Committee 4389 *G B for Service Men envelope endorsed “Free”, cancelled with poor $5 San Francisco duplex of DEC28 1943, from APO Detachment, 9th & Falsom Streets, San Francisco to Fitzroy, Melbourne sealed with ‘EXAMINED BY/61115’ tape, bearing ‘T 50 CTMS.’ $8 (A1) in purple, extensive mild creasing. 4390 *F A 1945 use of 6c red air, cancelled with ‘U.S./SEP/18/P.M./1945/ NAVY’ on plain air cover to Washington USA, from USS Portland $8 approaching Pearl Harbour, homeward bound, some toning $8 around stamp. $10 $6 UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Numeral & Letter Postmarks 4391 S A- A2 C: clear ‘C’ in black circle on 1870 3c green. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Postmarks 4392 * A- B1 Ozark, Arkansas: ‘OZARK/OCT/23/ARK’ on 1870s 3c green on buff envelope. 4393 * A- B1 Washington, Arkansas: ‘WASHINGTON/NOV/23/ARK’ in blue $5 on 1880s 3c green on buff Envelope, small closed tear at right $15 $40 UPPER VOLTA - Republic 4394 ** A 1976 USA Bicentennial 500f Surrender of the Hessians, Sc $10 #C244, imperf minisheet proof on light card.

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UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 4363 F A A1 1893 Columbus 5c chocolate Scott 234. 4364 F A A1 - 6c purple Scott 235. 4365 F A A1 - 15c dark green Scott 238. 4366 * B 1898 Trans Mississippi 1c deep yellow-green Scott 285, straight edge at left. 4367 * A A1 1901Pan American Exposition 8c brown-violet and black Scott 298, some gum adhesion fine appearance. $80 URUGUAY | Postal History 1948 commercial registered cover to Australia with Monument 4368 * A A1 1918 Airmail 6c orange Scott C1. $70 4395 *F B 12c pair, roughly opened at right. 4369 * A A1 - 16c green Scott C2. $100 4370 * A A1 1927 Airmail 10c Lindbergh Scott C10. $6 VANUATU 4371 W A B2 1861-62 Amended Design Perf 12 1c blue, Sc #63, Cat $140 as no gum. $70 4396 ** A A1 1984 Ausipex - Island Freighters set of 3, SG #390-2, in marginal gutter pairs with magenta, cyan & yellow colour 4372 * A 1910-11 Washington Imperf 1c green single & pair, 2c carmine controls & cylinder numbers (1D top pane, 1C bottom pane) pair, Sc #408-9. $6 YUGOSLAVIA UNITED STATES OF AMERICA | Booklets 4397 V B A1 1954 Wildlife set of 12, SG #765-76, Cat £65, CTO, some 4373 B** A 1998 $2.00 Pheasant 20c multicolour, combination panes, toning to edges. P#V2222, Sc #BK242A. $15

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Auction 125 - 10:00am Sunday 27th April 2014 1899-1901 Sultan & Flags ½a to 5r, complete set, SG #188-94, Cat £275. (17) $250 1904 Monograms ½a to 5r complete set ovptd ‘SPECIMEN’, SG #210s-24s, Cat £190. $160

ZANZIBAR | Postal Stationery - Postal Cards 4400 PS A1899 1a+1a red on buff, HG #12, cancelled with squared-circle ‘ZANZIBAR/2AP/00’ (A1).

$15

ZANZIBAR | Postal History 1900 use of 1a (SG 189) on large piece of back of cover to UK 4401 *F B cancelled with squared-circle Zanzibar, odd tonespots not affecting stamps.

$8

ZIMBABWE 4402 ** A A1 4403 V A A1

1984 Olympic Games set in plate blocks of 4. (16) 1985 Pictorials set in imprint blocks of 6 CTO. (132)

ZIMBABWE | First Day Covers 1985 Vending Machine Labels .26c franking on illustrated 4404 *V A FDC, Cat #. ZIMBABWE | Postal History 1908 (May 7) use of Z ($6,900?) Redheaded Weaver, E 4405 * A ($40,000) Miombo Double Collared Sunbird & $100,000 Secretary Bird on air cover to Australia. 4406 * A - (May 7) use of E ($3,150,000?) Angino Vlie Rat, $5,000,000 Bushveldt Gerbil & $10,000,000 Namaqua Rock Mouse on air cover to Australia. ZULULAND 4407 V A A1

$4 $40

$4

$20 $20

1894-96 QV 1d dull mauve & carmine with Shaved Z, SG #21a.

$60

ZULULAND | Postmarks 4408 S A A4 Lower Tugela: double-circle ‘[LOWER] TUGELA/?12/96/ [ZULULAND]’ on 1d QV. [Rated 250 by Proud]

$20

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