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Displaying 1 - 20 of 35 Lots in Category - postmarks - instructional markings




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

C of A - Postal History




372

PS

A

1912 commercial usage to Sweden of Fullface 1d Letter Card with SA d added & tied by 'NORTH ADELAIDE' cds, endorsed "20c/T" & on arrival struck with 'T' h/s, LoSEN/("16") ore" postage due label affixed and 1o and 15o adhesives added in lieu of Postage Dues, carefully opened (in the European manner) without removing the margins. Outstanding item. [The message appears to be written in both Swedish & Esperanto]

1000.00

$2,700.00T






386

PS

A

1926 use of Sideface 4d Registration Envelope to Wagin WA (b/s) with Perth cds, unusual red/black Registration Label & very fine strike of the rare 'A.R.'-in-circle h/s.

200.00

$360.00T






390

CL

A-

1931 self-addressed cover to renowned Australian philatelist Wm Bromfield c/- Scott Stamp Co in New York with permitted combination franking of Australian and US stamps, endorsed "To Victoria BC/via SS Niagara" but apparently off-loaded at Seattle (b/s), 'FOUND IN THE ORDINARY MAIL/NYPO Sta' h/s in violet & endorsed "Due 15c" but apparently not collected, readdressed to Perth WA.

400.00

$625.00T




391

C

B

1933 cover to Melbourne with 'LATE FEE/SYDNEY NSW' slogan cancel & large boxed 'Posted in Late Fee Box without/fee - Detained until next mail' h/s in violet, few minor spots.

125.00

$290.00T



C of A - Flight Covers - Commercial

426

CL

B

1945 cover to Red Cross in Switzerland with 1/6d Hermes & Sydney machine cancel, very fine small boxed 'O.A.T.' h/s (as Heifetz Type VIII but no break at top) in red, central fold.

100.00

$70.00T



NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History


476

C

B

1840 (Oct 5) entire headed "Cornwallis" to van Diemens Land with almost fine strike of the octagonal 'WINDSOR/POST PAID' h/s (#P11) in red on the face & very fine 2-line 'WINDSOR/N.S.W' h/s (#C7) on the flap, rated "10" in red (7d inland + 3d shipletter) & "7" in black, a few minor blemishes. Ex Moya Land.

600.00

No longer available




477

C

B

1851 (Aug 15) entire letter headed "Maitland" (faint b/s) to GB "By the first vessel", rare franking of Sydney View Plate II 1d (large margins) & Laureate 2d (2, both with 4 margins, one a little stained at upper-right) cancelled at Sydney & with large 'PAID SHIP LETTER/[crown]/SYDNEY' cds in red below, rated "1/-" in black, fair boxed 'PACKET LETTER' h/s in red applied at London, minor blemishes. A striking cover.

3750.00

No longer available




480

C

A

1886 cover from GB with Lilacs & Greens 3d pair tied by 'GRANTHAM - 321' duplex, to "Cross Keys Hotel/Alwin Brook/Australia" but with 'POST TOWN/NOT KNOWN/NSW' h/s in magenta & boxed 'POST TOWN/NOT/ KNOWN IN VICTORIA' h/s both on the face.

450.00

No longer available

QUEENSLAND - Moreton Bay District

QUEENSLAND - Postal History

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal History




525

PS

C

1881 use of 1d Postal Card from Port Pirie to Victoria without being uprated for inter-colonial use, 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE 1/FINE 2 - 3' h/s, very fine 'RAILWAY/ 2 /SE21/81/S.A' transit b/s, toning/discolouration still presentable.

250.00

$250.00T



VICTORIA - Postal History




643

C

C

1850 (June 20) entire to "Wando Vale/Portland Bay" rated "4" in red & with good strike of the rounded-boxed 'PAID AT/PORTLAND' h/s in red, good strike of oval 'PORTLAND/NEW.S.WALES' b/s & fair strike of the oval 'THE GLENELG/PORT PHILLIP' transit b/s, some aging at upper-right. Scarce local country mail. [Posted only 11 days before separation from NSW]

300.00

$360.00T






645

C

B

1851 (Sep 1) entire to Geelong (b/s) with good strike of the boxed 'PAID AT/MELBOURNE' h/s in red & 'MELBOURNE/PORT PHILLIP' b/s, rated "2" in red, boxed 'TOO LATE' h/s in black on reverse. Ex Rod Perry & Ray Kelly. [Articles posted between 15 & 30 minutes after closing of the mail were to be endorsed 'TOO LATE'. If an additional fee of 6d was paid, the article was added to the mail. However, the h/s being in black indicates that the item was received more than -hour late]

200.00

$230.00






652

C

A-

1858 entire from GB with fine 6d SG 70 tied by 'BATH - 53' duplex, addressed (in error) to 'CARISBROOK' (arrival b/s) where readdressed to Melbourne but mis-sorted to 'MARYBOROUGH' (b/s) where fair strike of the boxed 'MISSENT TO/MARYBOROUGH' h/s applied.

300.00

$320.00






654

C

B

1858 Gippsland entire from Lucknow (I) to Holey Plain with light strike of the boxed 'PAID AT/LUCKNOW' h/s (in black in error) & fine oval 'LUCKNOW/VICTORIA' b/s. Scarce local mail. [Lucknow PO 20/2/1858; renamed Bairnsdale 3/4/1862]

200.00

$210.00T






656

C

B

1867 (Oct 2) stampless unpaid entire from France "via Steamer" with fine strikes of the rare '1D/MORE TO PAY' (applied in error & scored-out) & '10D/MORE TO PAY' h/s both in blue. Ex "Zacchaeus", Max Watson & Hugh Freeman. [Under the Anglo-French Postal Convention, letters from or through France to a British Colony could be sent wholly or partly unpaid. Agreed charges were later remitted]

1500.00

$1,600.00T






660

C

A

1890 cover to "Appledon/Devonport West" with 1d only, fine strike of the rare 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE 1/FINE 2 - 3D' h/s unusually in red, Launceston transit b/s. Ex Hugh Freeman.

700.00

$675.00T



ADEN - Postal History

CANADA

780

CL/CX

C

1970 two covers (one a normal legal-size cover, the other is 330x254mm) from Montreal-Toronto flight each with large 'SALVAGED FROM/AIR CRASH JULY 5' h/s Nierinck #700705a, a few typical faults, Cat SFr320. [With original Toronto Daily Star newspaper reports: 108 people died]

150.00

$220.00




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