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Displaying 1 - 20 of 189 Lots in Category - Postal History




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46

C

ZEPPELINS: 1931-36 selection comprising Brazil to Germany (15) with various cachets applied including eleven commercially used to Reimers & Loessl in Hamburg one with a 8400r meter franking; others from Czechoslovakia, Germany (3, including 1933 to USA via Barcelona) and Uruguay, condition variable. Colourful and appealing. (Qty 21)

600.00

$480.00



COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA










102

C

Collector\'s bundle of mostly 2d foreign rates but also PPC with 1d + NSW d, 1913 registered cover with First Wmk 3d Die II + States stamps, 1915 with d (defective) & 2d Scratch to Map BW #5n or 6n), 1918 front with 2d pair one with Islands SW of WA BW #11(2)f, 1919 double-rate with 2d & 3d (2d x2 + d war tax), 1921 with Third Wmk 3d Die II, a few illustrated advertising covers or fronts, 1932 registered with 6d brown, 1937 to Holland with 9d + other stamps, 1938 with 9d pair, etc, condition variable. [** NB: this description has been extensively modified from what is in the printed catalogue. However, the estimate & reserve remain unaltered **]

1000.00

$750.00






103

C

Selection including 1917 to USA with 2d plus KGV d with WH Robinson (Brisbane stamp dealer) label on reverse, 1919 double-rate to USA with 3d pair, four 1916-17 United States Consulate fronts to USA (two with 2d pairs), two 1929 oversized airmail covers to Perth, 1940s registered covers sent at various rates each with 2/- plus other stamps, very mixed condition. (Qty 15)

200.00

$150.00




104

CL

B

1913 OHMS cover to England with First Watermark 4d orange & 1/- emerald (a couple of small repairs) tied by 'REGISTERED/ 2 /MELBOURNE' cds, unusually with no transit backstamps, minor faults. Very attractive.

400.00

$460.00






106

C

A-

1913 double-rate cover to France with First Wmk 2d & 3d both with 'J&/BS' perfins of J & B Sniders tied by Melbourne machine cancel, minor blemishes.

200.00

$150.00






107

C

A-

1913 (Aug 25) registered cover Charters Towers to New York ('FLORAL PARK' b/s) with tri-colour franking of First Wmk d 1d (3, including pair) & 2d all tied by 'CHARTERS TOWERS/QUEENSLAND' cds, scarce red/black registration label, minor blemishes.

250.00

$230.00






108

C

B

1913 (Sep) flapless double-rate cover to the United States with very fine 5d chestnut tied by poor 'PORT ALMA/QUEENSLAND' cds (ERD) but with a very fine strike below. RO c.-/5/1912; PO c.early 1913.

250.00

$300.00






109

C

B

1914 (May 26) commercial usage to Hungary (Verbo b/s) of Kangaroo 1d Letter Card ("Cairns Railway, Queensland") uprated with d & 1d Kangaroos tied by BROKEN HILL/NSW' cds, neatly opened keeping the margins intact.

250.00

$550.00






113

CL

B

1917 (Jan) Dutch Consulate (cachet on face) double-rate cover to Chile (Valparaiso & Punta Arenas b/s) with 2d Roos x2 tied by Melbourne cds, minor overall aging.

200.00

$150.00






115

CX

B

1919 (c.) woven mailbag (approx 240x190mm flattened-out) sent from Mutual Stores Ltd to Scotland with Third Wmk 2/- Roo (torn) paying 2lb to 3lb "long sea route" parcels rate tied by partial Melbourne parcels cancel with Parcel Post and British 'CHARGE' labels affixed to reverse and British Postage Dues 2d x3 & 1d added to pay customs fee. An incredible survivor.

300.00

$240.00




116

C

A

1919 (July 24) use of Kangaroo 1d Die I ('OS'-in-the-Die) Envelope for Victorian Education Department, with rare uprating of perf Large 'OS' d to pay War Tax and tied by 'WATCHEM/VIC' cds.

750.00

$700.00




118

C

B

1921 (Jan 11) black/red 'STATE PARCEL POST' label on a slightly larger piece with rare franking of 3d olive single & pair + 2/- brown vertical strip of 3 - the last unit with Vertical Hairline in Bight BW #37n - all tied by 'DUARINGA/QUEENSLAND' cds, one 3d with corner fault & the central 2/- with pulled perfs at left. Ex Arthur Gray: sold for $US1207 (2007).

2500.00

$2,100.00T






119

C

A

1929 (April 16) registered cover to United States (San Francisco & Philadelphia b/s) with Third Wmk 6d brown tied by 'GLENHUNTLY/ VICTORIA' cds paying the combined foreign letter rate & registration fee, scarce red registration label, fine condition.

200.00

$260.00






120

C

B

1930 (Sept 18) registered cover to Germany (Munich b/s x2) with 6d brown paying the combined postage and registration fee tied by 'BUNTINE/WESTN AUSTRALIA' cds, a tad roughly opened.

200.00

$230.00




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