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Displaying 8 Lots in Category - Exhibitions
AUSTRALIA: 1996 Wetlands Conservation $15 Ducks x4 M/S for Taipei Exhibition, set of imperforate colour separation proofs on gummed paper, unmounted. Reasonable offers considered. (Qty 7 M/Ss)
C of A - Other Pre-Decimals
1928 International Philatelic Exhibition 3d Kookaburra M/S block of 4 with even toning, mounted in margins only, plus a single M/S with Exhibition cds of 29OC28 (first day of issue) in red and another mint (missing selvedge at left) signed in selvedge by John Ash & James Murray (the Exhibition Postmaster); also 3d Kooka perf 'OS' block of 6 */** and a facsimile "proof" in dull blue on thin watermarked paper (156x116mm) with 'Hélio-Vaugirard - 1949' imprint. (Qty 7 items)
1928 International Philatelic Exhibition 3d Kookaburra M/S from a central position with perforations on all sides, central horizontal perforations a bit weak, unmounted, Cat $225. [Only three positions in the sheet of 15 M/Ss have perforations on all sides]
C of A - Decimal Issues
"Counter-Printed Stamps" selection with Candle Stand essays in black (No Value, 45c & $1), Endangered Animals sets of 6 from NPC REX & ACT, and Kangaroos/Koalas sets of 6 from a number of philatelic exhibitions. (Qty 87)
1992-94 Threatened Species 45c sheetlet of 5 with World Columbian Stamp Expo overprint in gold completely imperforate BW #1567cb, Cat $500. Ceremuga Certificate (2000) as SG 1328pa imperf (prior to the issue of the ACSC "Decimals III" in 2002). [The imperf sheetlets were sold by Australia Post at the exhibition & probably 48 - a complete printer's sheet - were sold]
C of A - Booklets
1990-2006 collection of booklets with APTA, SCDAA & other show overprints. High initial cost. (Qty 150+)
C of A - Commemorative Covers
1929 Kookaburra 3d pair taken from a M/S (lower-left corner sheet postion) tied to 'INTERNATIONAL PHILATELIC EXHIBITION' envelope by a typically light strike of the Exhibition '29OC1928' cds in green BW #133MSwa, some light tonespots. The first example of the green cancel we have seen on cover.
Collection in Lighthouse stockbook with 5rp (almost full margins), ten Streublis, 1900 UPU 25c, 1928 High Values, various Airs, lots of tête-bêche pairs from the Tell, Landscapes & Buildings series, M/Ss including 1938 Aarau on Exhibition cover, 1945 Basel Dove & 1955 Exhibition both mint, etc, condition variable but mostly fine to very fine. (Qty 100s)