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Displaying 1 - 20 of 253 Lots in Category - Postmarks




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

MISCELLANEOUS

10

C

Eclectic cover assortment with Australia including KGV covers the majority with 1d red solo frankings (a few perf 'OS'), 1915 cover to United States with 2d Roo, WWII military & concessional mail, 1943 inwards American 'V Mail' form, 1950s-70s FDCs, also Colonies covers and postal stationery and some foreign material including three 1950s Tibet covers with Chinese stamps. (Qty 100s)

200.00

$420.00










27

CPS

Southern Africa shoebox of 1950s to early 1960s commercial covers from Basutoland (16), Bechuanaland (5), KUT (19), Rhodesia & Nyasaland (75, very good group), South West Africa (24) & Swaziland (19), array of postmarks with very little duplication, many registered including from small offices, a few Registration Envelopes including Northern Rhodesia QEII sizes G & H2 and Southern Rhodesia KGVI size H2, also some advertising & a few official covers etc, condition a bit mixed but generally fine, the long covers have been folded once. From the same source as Lot 861. Offered with no reserve. (Qty 169)

500.00

$650.00



29

S

Thick stockbook lightly populated with mostly Victoria Barred Numerals and cds cancels on QV 1d pinks & KGV Heads; also packets of predominantly KGV 4d olives & 4d violets plus some 1d & 6d brown Roos, postmark interest likely. (Qty many 100s)

200.00

$240.00



THEMATICS & TOPICALS






45

C

SHIP & PAQUEBOT MAIL: Large album with an array of mostly non-Australian material many with shipping line or ship-board postmarks, many from Europe including inland waterways, many PPCs with Paquebot markings, strong British & German content, some modern, condition variable. (Qty 200+)

300.00

$380.00



PICTURE POSTCARDS

COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA


79

C/CL

Huge carton of modern covers selected for the mostly rubber datestamps from all over Australia, numerous scarce counter types & very fine to superb strikes. The largest, most extensive, and HEAVIEST, such lot we have ever offered. A wonderful lot for the modern postmark enthusiast & a red-hot bargain at estimate. (Qty 1000s)

500.00

$380.00




80

=

A

Small carton jam-packed with Money Order stubs offering a fantastic array of early 1980s datestamps from all over Australia but with a strong emphasis on New South Wales post offices, lots of 'MOO' types and some early (and mostly very scarce to rare) rubber types. A wonderful bargain- basement entry point for an excellent postmark collection. (Qty 3000 approx)

0.00

$220.00



95

C

TELEGRAMS: 1880s-1960s telegram forms including a batch of Tasmania 'COMMONWEALTH OF VICTORIA' types used at Hobart in 1904, also Victoria 1880s mostly used at Sandhurst; Commonwealth era including 1930s congratulatory types (5), condition variable. (Qty 100+)

0.00

$160.00



COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA




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




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



COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA




124

C

A-

1915 black/pink parcel label with an extraordinary franking of Kangaroos Second Wmk 1/- deep dull green BW #31C single (small tear) & block of 4 + KGV 4d orange pair all tied by superb ovoid 'PARCEL POST/17MAY1915/ADELAIDE' datestamp, Cat $1250+ as singles (off-cover). The Second Wmk 1/- is not priced on cover. Simon Dunkerley Certificate (2008).

An amazing "cover". The 1/- is a scarce stamp that is very hard to find well centred & fine used. But this is also believed to be the only recorded used block of BW #31C.

4000.00

$3,400.00



COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA




144

C

1918-1937 selection including 1918 Melbourne local cover with d & '20 POSTED' h/s, 1919 Pass Book wrapper with perf 'OS' 1d brown, 1922 Brisbane registered to Argentina with 1d violet x3 & 2d red x2, 1921 taxed PPC to England with 1d Secret Mark, 1924 unsealed to United States with 1d violet & 'CIRCULAR ONLY' h/s, 1923 to United States with 4d blue solo franking, 1928 Brisbane local registered OHMS cover with 4d, 1934 to England with 1/4d (+ Macarthur 2d), condition variable. (Qty 19)

300.00

$250.00






145

PS

B

1919 use of Embossed Star 1d Envelope to Perth retailers Foy & Gibson uprated for registration with KGV 1d brown pair & d green tied by 'ROSLYN FARM/WEST AUSTRALIA' d/s, provisional registration label, opened on three sides, minor toning.

150.00

$240.00



COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA - Other Pre-Decimal Frankings




158

C

A-

1931 cover to Commissioner for Railways in Brisbane (b/s) with rare franking of Kingsford Smith 2d (small faults) & 3d both overprinted 'OS' tied by 'PARLIAMENT HOUSE CANBERRA/FCT' cds & blue/black 'PARLIAMENT HSE/FCT' registration label (defective) alongside. A remarkable & highly desirable cover. [The ACSC prices the 2d & 3d on cover at $1000 & $2000 respectively]

1500.00

$4,000.00






174

CL

B

1940 (Sep 8) censored cover to United States endorsed on reverse "Via New Zealand Clipper Mail" with AIF 6d pair, 3d block of 4, 2d pair & 1d plus 9d Roo, KGV 4d & Small Kooka 6d paying the 4/- clipper rate, all tied by multiple 'CUE/W.A.' cds, light staining & some stamps with faults.

200.00

$160.00






207

C

A-

1965 (May 18) registered airmail cover to Germany with 2/3d ANZAC plus 2/- Golden Whistler tied by 'ZILLMERE NTH/QLD - AUST' cds, small opening tear on reverse. Rare franking.

200.00

$240.00



C of A - First Day Covers




235

C

Array including 1934 Vic Centenary & 1936 SA Centenary on registered plain covers; 1930s-50s private producers including Mappin & Curran, Smyth, Hunter Stamp Co and Wide World, 1940s-80s Wesley types from Largs North (the office run by Wesley founder J.M. Gower) including registered & unaddressed, 1950s-60s Royal types; also commemorative cancels including for Mount Kosciusko 1955-56 'ROOF OF AUSTRALIA' (3, Pictormarks Cat $250 each) plus conference & philatelic exhibitions including ANPEX and a few QANTAS flight covers; toning particularly on the earlier material. (Qty 100s)

400.00

$300.00












236

C/CL

A

Modern assortment including oversized FDCs & souvenir covers including 2000 Olympic Games gold medallists FDCs including International Olympic Committee set of 12 each numbered #475 (of 500), two sets of 33 covers with 'OLYMPIC VILLAGE' cancels for each day of the games; also Pictormark-listed cancels on commemorative covers with sport & railway/train themes well represented, some duplication. (Qty 100s)

400.00

$300.00



C of A - Flight Covers - Commercial




290

CL

A-

1937 JC Williamson cover to Germany with a very fine 5/- Roo + KGV 1d tied by 'LATE FEE/ MELBOURNE VIC' cds. [The rate was 1/9d per half-ounce, + 1/8d for each successive half-ounce x2 + 1d late fee]

300.00

$230.00



C of A - Postal Stationery


313

PS

A+

AEROGRAMMES - OFFICIAL: 1952 'ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE' with 'Postage/Paid' & Flaw on 'AI' of 'MAIL' ASC #OA2a to New Zealand with Brisbane 'S.M' (Superintendent of Mails) cds of 1JY59, boxed 'SERVICE DES POSTES' h/s in violet. Superb!

100.00

$75.00




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