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Displaying 1 - 20 of 72 Lots in Category - Victoria




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Lot

Type

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Estimate

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CINDERELLAS


26

#

B

AUSTRALIA: 1937 Infantile Paralysis After-Care Fund "Hubert Opperman" (renowned cyclist) huge perforated label (120x78mm) in miniature sheet format with facsimile signature, minor soiling & the corner pieces of selvedge missing, unused.

100.00

$75.00



PICTURE POSTCARDS - The "Cartophile" Collection

PICTURE POSTCARDS - The "Cartophile" Collection

62

C

Bundle of inwards PPCs (mostly) & a few covers all with various English Mail TPO transit backstamps, mostly machine cancels many of which are typically indistinct against the views but including a cover with fine strike of the scarce 'ENGLISH MAIL NSW' machine, from many countries including Paraguay, Turkey & Belgian Congo (2). (Qty 37)

250.00

$400.00






71

C

B

VICTORIA: 1935 Australian Jamboree Frankston multi-response PPC from a South Australian scout to his family, Melbourne slogan cancel, minor blemishes.

100.00

$90.00



C of A KGV - King George V Issues

155

O

Accumulation of KGV Heads to 5d with varieties including on 1d reds, also shades and a section of mostly Victoria postmarks. Plenty to work through. (Qty 1000+)

0.00

$240.00



C of A - Postal History


219

CL

B

1913 (Jan 25) cover to United States with scarce combination franking of NSW d + Victoria 6d pair - paying 2d rate x5 - tied by Sydney cds, minor blemishes. [Note: the Kangaroo d was issued in Sydney 20/1/1913 & the 6d after 18/1/1913]

300.00

No longer available

AUSTRALIAN COLONIES - General










249

O

Modest array on Hagners with strength in South Australia including imperf 6d with 4 margins, range of rouletted issues to 1/- (3, one in orange) including 'TEN PENCE' on 9d (2), Middle Period including '3-PENCE' on 4d (5, one in red), 'POSTAGE & REVENUE' 2/6d (4) 5/- & 10/- (2), later "Long Toms" to 2/6d, plus a handy group of Officials; New South Wales with a few imperfs,1885-86 Long Type 10/- optd 'POSTAGE' in blue, Victoria with Wmk Crown/A 5/- perf 'OS' pair, WA to 2/6d, plus some Queensland & Tasmania, mixed condition. (Qty 100s)

600.00

$725.00



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




418

C

B

HELD FOR ADDITIONAL POSTAGE: 1877 stampless cover to "Harbour Office/Melbourne" with 'HAMILTON' cds and very fine 'INSUFFICIENTLY/STAMPED' h/s applied at Hobart (unframed b/s), returned to Hamilton where Sideface 1d & 2d (defective) added & tied by BN '42' - the 1d also with the Hamilton cds - & the h/s crossed-through, re-sent via Hobart (framed b/s), flap removed. Ex Askeland.

400.00

$300.00T



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




453

CL

B

'DEFICIENT POSTAGE' MARKINGS - HOBART: 1891 covers to JMoore Hickson & Co in Melbourne with Sideface DLR 1d pair or Local 1d pair only tied by Hobart duplex, the former taxed 8d, the latter with good strike of the 'Deficient Postage ("2")/Fine ("2 - 4d to Pay")' h/s at left, 'T'-in-oval h/s applied at Melbourne, Victorian Postage Due 4d pair (fault) or single tied by boxed 'L.C.2' Letter Carrier d/s, minor blemishes. (Qty 2)

300.00

$240.00T






457

C

B

'DEFICIENT POSTAGE' MARKINGS - LAUNCESTON: 1891 cover to Victoria with Sideface 2d only and manuscript "X" cancel, bold strike of the 'LAUNCESTON'-in-bars "killer" alongside, good strike of the rare 'Deficient Postage ("4")/Fine ("2") - TO PAY ("4d")' h/s applied & endorsed "Defaced Stamp", 'T ("4d")'-in-oval applied at Melbourne (b/s) & Victorian 4d Postage Due tied by boxed Letter Carrier d/s, minor blemishes. Ex Purves & Askeland.

400.00

$300.00T




458

CL

B

'DEFICIENT POSTAGE' MARKINGS - LAUNCESTON: 1891 cover with printed address of New Dundas Tramway Co in Melbourne with Sideface 2d only tied by Launceston duplex & fine strike of the 'Deficient Postage ("2")/Fine ("2 - 4d to Pay")' h/s at left, Victorian 4d Postage Due tied by boxed 'L.C.2' Letter Carrier d/s, minor blemishes. Ex Purves & Askeland.

250.00

$190.00T






460

C

B

OFFICIALLY REGISTERED: 1865 cover to "Curator of Intested [sic] Estates Melbourne" with Imperf Chalons 1d pair & 4d (all a bit cut-into) cancelled BN '39' and with postmaster's endorsement "Greenponds/30 5 65" unusually at lower-right, apparently it contained cash so endorsed "Officially/ Registered", Launceston transit & Melbourne arrival b/s, small 'REGISTERED/MELBOURNE' cds in red & '("6d")/MORE TO PAY' h/s both on the face.

1500.00

$2,100.00T



"What Happened to That?" - Delayed in Transit




469

C=

B/A

MISSENT MARKINGS - HANDSTAMPS: 1858 entire from Melbourne (the stamp sadly torn-off) to "Inspector Cooke/Police Depot" with Hobart arrival d/s in red on the face, endorsed "Not known in the/Police Dept Hobart Town" on the reverse & very fine strike of the rare 'MISSENT-TO/ HOBART-TOWN' h/s on the face (obscured by lengthy notation regarding the incident signed "FredkCStandish/Ch Cmmr"; also very fine strike of the h/s on a small piece. [The only example on a postal item other than a Letter Bill. Frederick Standish was Victoria's Chief Commissioner of Police 1858-1880. A prominent Victoria Racing Club member, the Standish Handicap was named for him] (Qty 2 items)

400.00

No longer available




477

C

C

DAMAGED IN TRANSIT: 1870 small cover to Victoria with Chalon 6d purple (trimmed perfs) tied by bold BN '52' of Launceston (diamond d/s in red alongside), repaired at lower-left with stamp-selvedge & struck on both sides with superb boxed 'RECEIVED OPEN' h/s applied at Melbourne (b/s), 'SOUTH YARRA' arrival b/s, tear on the reverse repaired with archival tape. Ex Purves & Askeland. [The h/s predates the similar Fig S48 in the "Handbook" Part II, which is also probably of Victorian origin]

600.00

$480.00T








479

CL/C

C

DAMAGED IN TRANSIT: 1904-07 Tatts covers from Victoria all repaired at Melbourne GPO with grey-blue tape with 1) boxed 'RECEIVED TORN' h/s on registered cover with unusual 'TRANS PER RMS ("Loongana")' h/s; 2) boxed straight-line 'RECEIVED TORN AT GPO' h/s (not recorded in "Handbook") & superb 'T4D'-in-oval, Postage Due Blank Tablet 4d tied by Hobart cds; and 3) boxed 2-line 'RECEIVED TORN/AT GPO' h/s applied after the envelope was ripped in the cancelling machine causing part of the cancellation to be on the enclosure! Ex Purves & Askeland. [Tasmanian collectors have mistakenly identified these markings as being from the Apple Isle: see "Handbook" Part II pp129-130 & opp p131. However, they are undoubtedly Victorian markings] (Qty 3)

750.00

$575.00T



"What Happened to That?" - Delayed on Arrival


481

C

B

UNPAID MAIL (HELD FOR PAYMENT): 1857 unstamped cover endorsed "per first steamer" & apparently carried per favor, Launceston arrival d/s of 9JU9/1857 & very fine strike of the rare 'NOT-STAMPED' h/s. The envelope was apparently opened & the sender in Melbourne (?) advised to forward the required postage. A Victorian Woodblock 6d was duly forwarded & affixed, being cancelled with BN '60' of Launceston where 'PRE-PAID/16JU16/1857' d/s applied & Hobart arrival d/s of the following day both on the face, light overall soiling & part of the flap missing. A remarkable inter-Colonial cover, the h/s stated to be one of only two examples recorded on cover: illustrated in "Handbook" Part II opp p131. Ex Purves & Askeland. [Unstamped letters were to be detained & advertised. If the postage was not paid within 7 days, the items were returned. That clearly did not happen in this case as the Victorian stamp was cancelled in Tasmania]

2000.00

$1,500.00T








482

C

A-/B

POSTAGE DUE ON INWARDS MAIL: 1890 & 1897 underpaid covers from Victoria with 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE 1/FINE 2 - 3D' h/s (very scarce) in red or 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE 2D/FINE 2D - 4D' h/s both applied at Melbourne, Sideface 1d & 2d or 2d pair in lieu of Postage Dues tied by BN '16' of 'CAMPBELL TOWN' (b/s) or '23' of 'BURNIE' (b/s), minor blemishes. Ex Purves & Askeland. (Qty 2)

300.00

$270.00T




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