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Displaying 61 - 80 of 313 Lots in Category - Australian Colonies - General




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

SOUTH AUSTRALIA






389

C

C/B

1853 cover to the "Plough & Harrow" (hotel) with good strike of the 'MORPHETT-VALE/ AU("6")/ 1853/SOUTH-AUSTRALIA' cds & endorsed "4d paid" in red, fine 'A/PAID/ I ' h/s in red applied at the GPO; & 1854 cover to "Emu Hotel/Morphett Vale" with GPO cds & superb arrival b/s (with enclosed letter headed "HM Gaol", the writer worked there); some blemishes. (Qty 2)

250.00

$190.00






390

C

B

1869 small mourning cover locally used with rare franking of De La Rue 2d Perf 11½xRoul SG 165 (Cat £100 x5+ on cover) & GPO cds of AU24/69, minor blemishes. With the contents. [Used in the first month of issue]

250.00

$600.00






391

CO

C

1872 long OHMS cover (267x115mm) with 'Education Office/Adelaide' imprint at lower-left & rare but defective franking of De La Rue Perf 10 2d overprinted 'E.B.' tied by poor GPO cds, Kapunda arrival b/s, faults.

1000.00

$1,900.00






392

C

B

1885 much-travelled cover to London with Perf 10 6d pale ultramarine tied by GPO duplex, several times re-directed and with various "Not known" endorsements, two very fine strikes of the London 'M/N R/G' missent h/s, 'RETURNED LR OFFICE/LONDON' & 'DEAD LETTER OFFICE/ADELAIDE' (in purple) backstamps, a couple of repaired peripheral faults, opened-out for display.

250.00

No longer available




393

C

A

1893 National Bank cover to Scotland with '2½d.' on Perf 15 4d green SG 233 tied by GPO duplex of SE13/93, British 'CARLISLE & AYR/OC16/93/SORTING TENDER' transit b/s. [Gibbons states SG 233 was issued 14/10/1993; this is one full month earlier]

500.00

$850.00
















394

PS

A-/A+

POSTAL CARDS: 1909 Scenic Issue 1d in various colours HG 8 x23 of the 28 views including "CARTING FAR NORTH" (both), "DAIRY FARM", "FAT BULLOCKS" (in scarce violet-blue), "GOVERNMENT BUTTER FACTORY", "HILL RIVER PRIZE MERINO", "PHOSPHATE QUARRY", "POULTRY FARM", "SCHOOL OF MINES", "STACK OF WHEAT" & "WORLD'S RECORD" etc, a few minor blemishes but generally very fine unused. An unusual opportunity. (Qty 23)

1750.00

$2,700.00






395

PS

A/A+

POSTAL CARDS: the duplicates, comprising "BRIDGE/OVER/HINDMARSH RIVER", "CLARENDON" (used), "HINDLEY STREET", "PALM HOUSE", "VIEW/OF/SOUTHERN RAILWAY" & "WOOL CARTING", very fine unused. (Qty 6)

250.00

$460.00



SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postmarks






396

C

A

1935 registered Howard Johnson covers with fine to superb cds & mostly blue/black registration labels from 'BLANCHE TOWN' (superb cds; 'Blanchetown' label), 'BOOLGUN' (superb cds), 'BRENTWOOD' (provisional label), 'CALIPH', 'CHAIN OF PONDS' (red label), 'CLEVE' (large red label), 'COONAWARRA', 'DELAMERE', 'DRY CREEK' (blue label), 'DULWICH', 'ELBOW HILL' (provisional label), 'FARRELLS FLAT', 'FINNISS' (red label), 'GAWLER RLY', 'GLENROY' (provisional label), 'KALANGADOO', 'MARLESTON' (blue label), 'MORTANA' (B2 squared-circle; provisional label), 'REEDY CREEK' (superb cds), 'SEVENHILL' & 'YANKALILLA' (superb cds; blue label). A very fresh & desirable group. (Qty 21)

1000.00

$750.00








397

C

A

1935-36 registered Howard Johnson covers with almost fine to superb cds & mostly blue/black registration labels from 'MOUNT BRYAN' (superb cds), 'MOUNT BURR' (provisional label), 'MT DAMPER' (blue label), 'MOUNT HOPE', 'MT MARY' (provisional label), 'MT McINTYRE' (superb cds), 'MT SCHANCK' (provisional label with "rat-tail") & 'MOUNT TORRENS' (superb cds; blue label). Another very fresh & very scarce group. (Qty 8)

1000.00

$800.00






398

A

A-

Cook: 'COOK/21MY29/STH AUST' four good to fine strikes on registered cover to United States (Waukegan b/s), red registration label, small stain. RO 1917; PO 1/7/1927. [Trans-Australian Railway]

200.00

$340.00






399

C

A B1

Penneshaw (Kangaroo Island): 'PENNESHAW/2MY36/S.A.' two good to almost fine strikes on Howard Johnson cover, blue/black registration label.

100.00

No longer available




400

C

A/B

Reliefs: 1950s-60s commercial covers including from RAAF Edinburgh with No 10, from Salisbury North with No 6 & 1956 registered with No 7 & 'Plympton Park' h/s on registration label. (Qty 7)

75.00

No longer available

TASMANIA






401

CPS

Handy group including 1871 with 6d Chalon & 3d Sideface, 1878 to GB with 4d ochre pair, 1891 OPSO lettersheet with GPO Frank in violet, 1892 OPSO envelope registered with poor GPO Frank, 1897 usage of 2d Envelope with Tablet ½d, Scenic Envelopes 2d "DENISON GORGE" (very fine) & "MOUNT KING WILLIAM" (a little aged) both unused etc, condition variable. (Qty 13)

600.00

$650.00T






402

C

A

1842 (Feb 7) lengthy entire written entirely in blue, to London "pDerwent" with a good strike of the huge crowned-oval Hobart Town datestamp in red, unusually fine. [The letter contains interesting comment about wine spoiling in transit, other trade matters etc]

150.00

$130.00






403

C

A-

1851 entire headed "Adelaide July 19th 1851" & signed "RRLeake", to his sister in Van Diemen's Land, no South Australian markings so apparently carried privately to Launceston (b/s of 1AU1/1851), largely very fine strike of the postmaster's 'C TOWN/1.AUG.51' private handstamp of which only three other examples have been recorded & of which this newly discovered item is the latest.

3000.00

$2,300.00






404

C

A

1851 (Sep 2) outer to Scotland endorsed "From No 849 Private Robertson/99th Regiment VDLand" & counter-signed at lower-left "HDespard/Colonel Comg 99th Regiment", Hobart Town GPO cds in red, London transit & boxed 'BLAIRGOWRIE' arrival b/s in blue, some internal reinforcing along the folds. Unusually clean for a soldier's letter.

2500.00

$1,900.00








405

C

1854-55 entires (2) & envelopes (2) each with Courier 4d (3 cut-to-shape, the other a large stamp just shaved at left) comprising 1) to GB "p Ship Wellington" with superb BN '35' & postmaster's endorsement "Hamilton/26-1-54"; 2) to Launceston (b/s) with BN '32' & postmaster's endorsement "Geo Town/11 9 54"; 3) to GB with BN '61' & Hobart cds in red, address crossed-through; & 4) to Melbourne (b/s) "per Royal Shepherd Steamer", reduced at left. (Qty 4)

500.00

$1,800.00T




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