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Displaying 1 - 20 of 28 Lots in Category - Postmarks




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

LITERATURE - Country Headings

28

L

A

New Guinea & Papua "Postal History of BNG & Papua 1885-1942" by Lee (1984), hardbound with d/j.

40.00

$55.00T



MISCELLANEOUS

64

O=C

Postmarks array on leaves with numerous paquebot types, ship cancels including oval Dutch types, usages abroad, unusual place names, British Africa TPOs, some WWII etc, mostly on stamp or piece but some covers noted, condition variable. (100s)

250.00

$360.00



PICTURE POSTCARDS




107

C

B

1907 "Round-the-World" PPC originating in Austria and forwarded in turn from United States, China, Tasmania, Egypt & England finally being returned to Austria, with stamps of each country & postmarks including US-type 'SHANGHAI, CHINA' (partly obscured) & 'MILITARY POST OFFICE/CAIRO', minor soiling. Quite wonderful. [Estimate slahed from $400]

250.00

No longer available

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA

117

=

Decimal on-paper mix with many better values and a high proportion of mostly rubber postmarks.

50.00

$50.00



C of A - Postal History


233

CL

A

1915 (March 18) local cover with First Wmk d & 2d tied by superb 'M.R.R./GPO/PERTH' cds.

90.00

No longer available




240

C

A-

1920s (mid) complete 'PARCELS POST' label with scarce franking of Third Wmk 2/- maroon pair & KGV Single Wmk 4d olive pair tied to parcel piece by huge oval 'CHIEF PARCEL OFFICE/MELBOURNE' h/s; plus three other labels with the stamps removed.

250.00

$190.00




250

=

A-

1924 (c.) complete parcel label with rare franking of Third Wmk 6d brown & Single Wmk 1/4d horizontal pair tied to parcel piece by huge 'RUSSELL STREET/VICTORIA' handstamp. [The 1/4d is unpriced on cover by ACSC. The printer's information at lower-left of the label shows it was printed in 1921. The SMult Perf 14 1/4d was issued in mid-1927]

750.00

$725.00



C of A - Flight Covers - Commercial


276

CL

A

1932 cover to Carnarvon WA with KGV 1d green + Roo 1/- tied by scarce 'MUNDABULLANGANA/ WESTERN AUSTRALIA' cds. [Letter weighed 1oz: 2d per ounce plus airmail fee of 3d per oz]

150.00

No longer available

NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History


351

CL

B

1832 OHMS outer to Sydney (watery arrival d/s on the face) with an over-inked but discernible strike of the rare 'BUNG BONG/NSW' cds. Rare: we know of only one other example on cover.

1500.00

$1,150.00




352

C

B

1851 stampless entire headed "Deniliquin" (poor b/s) to "Oaklands/Mount Gambier" with fine 'MAIDENS PUNT/PORT PHILLIP' & 'MELBOURNE/PORT PHILLIP' (in blue) transit b/s.

300.00

$230.00




361

C

B

1853 small cover to Scotland with excellent franking of Imperf Laureates 1d (3 margins, abrasion at lower-left) & 2d grey-blue pair (margins at places) tied by BN '11' (Nibbs rated RRR) of 'CANOWINDRA' (large-part oval b/s) & bars cancel of Sydney (b/s).

750.00

$1,600.00T




373

C

B

1859 entire to England "via Marseilles" with Imperf Diadem 1d (2 margins) & 8d dull yellow-orange SG 98 (3 margins, a little cut-into at right; Cat 950 x2+ on cover) tied by poor Rays '3' of 'WINDSOR' (b/s), Sydney transit & 'HUDDERSFIELD' arrival b/s, redirected to "Fenay Lodge" & with undated 'FENAY BRIDGE' h/s in blue on the face, ironed-out filing creases clear of the stamps.

1500.00

$1,150.00T



TASMANIA - Postal History












411

CPS

A/B

1899 & 1901 OPSO lettersheets (2, one with oval 'MONEY ORDER OFFICE/HOBART/& SAVINGS BANK' d/s in blue), four forms with oval 'TELEGRAPH OFFICE/HOBART' datestamp (2 different) or similar types for Launceston & Zeehan, and a 1903 GB private letter card with '("3")D/MORE TO PAY' h/s, condition variable. (7)

300.00

No longer available


414

C

B

1825 (c.) OHMS outer to Hobart Town with a large-part strike of the first undated 'LAUNCESTON' handstamp, countersigned "JTGellibrand" at lower-left, vertical folds. [Joseph Tice Gellibrand, described by Manning Clark as a "vulgar mountebank"!, was the VDL Attorney-General]

1500.00

$1,150.00




416

C

A-

1825 (Oct 24) entire to "Great Swan Port/Oyster Bay" further endorsed "To the Care of FChampion & Co/Hobart Town" with a light but complete strike of the first undated 'LAUNCESTON' handstamp, light aging. [A very early Australian forwarding agent letter]

3000.00

$2,300.00




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