Prestige Philately Auction 153 CatalogueLot 241Catalogue by themePostal Stationery - Aerogrammes
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Displaying 10 Lots in Category - Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes
C of A - First Day Covers
1961-65 Christmas Aerogrammes with GPO Sydney (2) or Clarence Street FDI cancels of the respective dates of issue, unaddressed. Scarce. (Qty 5)
C of A - Postal Stationery
AEROGRAMMES: Array in two albums plus a folio of mostly unfolded types (FV probably $100+). (Qty 200+)
AEROGRAMMES: 1970s-80s annotated selection of Reserve Bank despatch forms for bundles of 1000 Aerogrammes. Interesting specialist material. (Qty 25)
AEROGRAMMES: 1959 usage of Australian Territories formular type with 'AEROGRAMME/By Air Mail - Par Avion' at upper-left, to USA with QEII 2c 4c & 6c tied by #2 cds. A rare albeit philatelic usage from Christmas Island.
FIJI - Postal Stationery
AEROGRAMMES: Packet of mostly OHMS formular issues & most of those used by the Public Works Department, condition variable. A very scarce lot, especially in such quantity. (Qty 27)
WORLD WAR II: 1945 stampless usage of New Zealand formular Aerogramme unusually to the United States with 'RNZAF/7JL45/ G /NZAPO' cds, Censor h/s in violet. Very scarce.
POST-WORLD WAR II 1952 (Nov 26) usage of Australian 7d Aerogramme to USA uprated with PNG 3d tied by Lorengau cds. A rare albeit philatelic combination franking.
POST-WORLD WAR II Large bundle of album pages with duplicated array of philatelic (mostly) & commercial mail with a variety of 'LORENGAU' cds with scarce modern types including commercial mail, many registered, two telegram envelopes, lovely 1953 inwards cover from Austria redirected to Brisbane where unclaimed, 1955 OHMS with ovoid 'DISTRICT OFFICE/MANUS' cachet, 1959 OHMS with rare 'TELEGRAPH OFFICE/LORENGAU' cds on the reverse, 1972 Messenger Delivery & 1984 Express Courier both to Queensland, etc. (Qty Qty)
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NEW ZEALAND - Postal History