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Displaying 1 - 20 of 66 Lots in Category - Postal Stationery




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Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

C of A - Postal History

C of A - Military - World War I






237

CPS

WORLD WAR I: 1916-18 stampless POW covers (3, two are printed types) & postcards (different printed types) from Australian POWs in Germany to NSW, South Australia (2) or Victoria (2), various Camp & Censor cachets, the last may have been posted after the Armistice as it has a London transit of DEC 16 18, good to very fine. Very scarce group. (Qty 5)

400.00

No longer available

C of A - Postal Stationery

242

PS

A

AEROGRAMMES: Collection of mostly commercially used items from KGVI types, mostly to GB but including usages to New Zealand, Holland, Ceylon, South Africa, Canada etc, Decimal issues mostly unused, also Papua New Guinea commercially used (4). (Qty 125+)

100.00

$100.00










243

PS

ENVELOPES: 21 pages from Barry Scott's KGVI exhibit with unused Post Office issues including "security net" issues, many PTPO issues including advertising types & a 2d magenta "permit" envelope (very scarce), 1d brown Forces issue (2) etc. Only a few items have been removed. (Qty 47)

400.00

$320.00T




244

PS

B/C

ENVELOPES - OFFICIAL: Long Envelopes comprising 'OS'-in-the-Die Sideface 1d red & 1d red-brown plus "Star" with 'POSTAGE' 'THREE/HALFPENCE' on 2d scarlet HG DB3, 6 & 19 all for Victorian Education Department, the last uncancelled, a few faults, used; and No 'OS' 1918 1d red+d green as Menuz #25 window envelopes for NSW Metropolitan Board of Water Supply & Sewerage in sizes 163x92 (faults) & 232x110mm (discoloured). Ex Steve Schumann. (Qty 5)

200.00

$160.00T




245

PS

B

ENVELOPES - PTPO: 1924 1d green + No 'POSTAGE' d orange Menuz #42 window envelope for Berlei Ltd with slogan 'BE AUSTRALIAN: BUY AUSTRALIAN GOODS' at the base, some discolouration at left & repaired tear on the flap, Cat $US1500. Ex John Sinfield. [The No 'POSTAGE' d die was used in error. Apart from this emission, for this user, the d orange without 'POSTAGE' is unrecorded. It cannot exist as a solo embossing]

1000.00

$800.00



AUSTRALIAN COLONIES - General

248

PS

Box of Postal Stationery mostly from NSW including PTPO Envelopes for various firms (11, used), 'OS' Envelopes, some 'SPECIMEN' overprints, 1838 GPO Seal embossed on lettersheet & (unusually) a partly-addressed envelope; others from Queensland including a KEVII Registration Envelope CTO, Victoria & South Australia; then some Australia including a long KGV 4d Registration Envelope unused & QEII 5d Lettersheet with printed Deficient Postage Notice from Sydney GPO unused, etc; condition variable. (Qty 120 approx)

500.00

$380.00T



NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History

NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal Stationery




307

PS

B

ENVELOPES - PTPO: 1903 usage of Arms 1d Die II with illustration in green at upper-left of Resch's Waverley Brewery, superb Oxford Street duplex, vertical fold. [Most of Resch's advertising envelopes were 2d values. Their 1d Envelopes are rare; in fact, Ray Kelly didn't have an example]

280.00

$221.00






308

PS

B/C

WRAPPERS: 1864 Embossed 1d pale rose on Laid Paper complete sheet of 8 (four with elaborate 'NSW' marginal watermark) HG E1b/c, folded between the units with some separation and repairs but the four No Wmk units are fine, single horizontal fold; also 1869 1d red with 'ONE PENNY' Watermark HG E3 complete sheet of 8, similarly folded. Rare survivors & the first we have seen for some years. (Qty 2 sheets)

300.00

$525.00T



TASMANIA - Postal Stationery






410

PS

LETTER CARDS: 1900 2d HG A1 "RIVER DERWENT" & "LAKE HARTZ" both unused, "CATARACT GORGE" & "ENTRANCE ISLAND" both used, 1903 Large Views 2d A3 "ENTRANCE ISLAND" unused, "LAKE" HARTZ (vertical fold) & "GREAT LAKE" both used, a few minor blemishes but generally fine to very fine. (Qty 7)

300.00

$230.00




411

PS

A

LETTER CARDS: 1903 Mining Series 2d HG A3 (#5) "WESTERN SILVER MINE, ZEEHAN, TASMANIA", unused.

175.00

$210.00




412

PS

A

LETTER CARDS: 1908 Large Views in Colour 2d "LAKE AGNEW AND CRADLE MOUNTAIN" in blue-green HG A5c (#2), unused.

400.00

$320.00




413

PS

A

LETTER CARDS: 1908 Large Views in Colour 2d "MOUNT OLYMPUS - FROM THE NORTH END OF LAKE ST CLAIR" in blue-green HG A5c (#5), unused.

400.00

$320.00




414

PS

B

POSTAL CARDS: 1903 Government Printing Office 1d pink/white HG 8, local commercial usage at 'EAST DEVONPORT' on FE12/04 being the ERD of use of the card, minor blemishes. [H&G states "Printed by photolithography in extremely poor fashion." A similar card sold for $375 at a Tasmanian postal auction in 2007]

250.00

No longer available

"What Happened to That?" - Delayed at Point of Origin






428

CPS

RECEIVED AFTER THE MAIL CLOSED: Sloping 'TOO-LATE' handstamp of Hobart on 1871 cover to New Zealand with Sideface 1d & 2d; 1886 1d Postal Card to Launceston; 1907 cover (torn) from Newtown to Forth; and 1910 (July 19) 1d PTPO Wrapper for "The Mercury" to London (LRD for the h/s). Ex Askeland. (Qty 4)

300.00

$230.00T






432

PS

B

RECEIVED AFTER THE MAIL CLOSED: boxed 'TOO LATE' h/s (ERD) of 'WARATAH' (cds) superb strike on Embossed 2d PTPO Envelope to Sydney (b/s), minor abrasion at the top clear of the markings. Ex Purves & Askeland. [This type recorded only from Waratah. Only 3 other covers & a piece are recorded]

250.00

$210.00T



"What Happened to That?" - Payment for Additional Service




439

PS

A-

LATE FEES: 1885 usage to England of 2d Envelope uprated with Sideface DLR 2d strip of 3 & Stamp Duty 6d Platypus, BN '64' cancels of 'OATLANDS' (cds at L/L), minor blemishes. Ex Purves & Askeland. [The rate was 6d x2 + a 2d late fee that applied to English mail posted at country post offices]

400.00

$360.00T






441

PS

A

PRE-PAYMENT OF LOOSE LETTER FEE: 1902 usage of 1d Postal Card (+ Pictorial 1d for late fee) from Deloraine to Launceston cancelled on arrival, superb strike of the 'LATE LETTER' h/s of Launceston applied in error instead of a Loose Letter h/s. Ex Askeland. [From c.1/11/1902, loose letters were subject to a late fee of 1d]

200.00

$150.00T



"What Happened to That?" - Taxed for Deficient Postage


454

C

C

'DEFICIENT POSTAGE' MARKINGS - HOBART: 1891 usage to "Prague/Austria" of 1d PTPO Wrapper for The Federal Australian Philatelist with printed 'BOOK POST' at upper-left so correctly rated, 'Deficient Postage/Fine' h/s applied in error and crossed-out, light strike on the face of a Cyrillic cds suggesting it may have been missent, central fold & minor faults.

300.00

$230.00T




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