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Displaying 1 - 20 of 153 Lots in Category - Postmarks




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

PICTURE POSTCARDS








77

C

AUSTRALIA: Small box of mostly Queensland (24, including two real photo types of Thursday Island) & South Australia (41), plus a few strays including two early Duntroon Military College (ACT) types, some postmark interest especially SA squared-circles including 'PT DARWIN' (2), condition variable, some are unused. (Qty 69)

300.00

$360.00



C of A KGV - King George V Issues












128

*/O

Thick blue stockbook with an array of values to 1/4d (6) including 500+ Penny Reds and a section of varieties mostly on 1d greens 1d or 2d values, plus lots of shades, official perfins or overprints & some limited postmark interest, also a few mint low values. [** Withdrawn **]

400.00

No longer available

C of A - Other Pre-Decimals








155

*/**O

A/B

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 'Hlio-Vaugirard - 1949' imprint. (Qty 7 items)

600.00

$1,700.00T



C of A - Postal History








195

C

1901 Melbourne DLO Returned Letter containing a cover sent to a Boer War trooper and marked "Deceased", 1934 "Back to Wonthaggi" illustrated envelope, 1937 with 6d Large Kooka, Wunderlich "Durabestos" advertising cover, 1948 with 'NORTHCOTE/POST OFFICE' oval d/s in violet, etc. (Qty Qty)

200.00

$800.00




198

C

B

1918 apparently commercial cover to Adelaide with KGV 1d red tied by 'LORD HOWE_ ISLAND/NSW' cds, a few blemishes.

100.00

$230.00




212

C/CL

POSTAGE DUE: Scarce trio comprising 1) 1900 with NSW 1d pair tied by rare oval 'WINDSOR' d/s, folded through the stamps; 2) 1935 OHMS cover readdressed & re-registered with CofA Perf 11 2d & 4d, a bit knocked-about; & 3) 1939 philatelic from Canada with Perf 11 3d BW #D118 (Cat $300 on cover) tied by cds, very fine. (Qty 3)

250.00

$230.00T



C of A - Commemorative Covers


217

C

A-

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.

500.00

$400.00T




219

C

A

1955 Sir Colin McKenzie Sanctuary illustrated cover (koala) with QE 3d & scarce 'HEALESVILLE SANCTUARY/15NO55/VIC-AUST' Opening Day cds.

100.00

$75.00



C of A - Flight Covers




228

C

B

1937 (Aug) Crome cover with 'WAVE HILL/12AU37/N.T.' cds and fine 'MACKAY AERIAL/ RECONNAISSANCE EXPEDITION/...' h/s in blue, signed "HarryTBennett", "FNeale" & "JCPollock" AAMC #758, tiny blemishes, Cat $275+.

200.00

$140.00T



C of A - Military - World War I




231

C

A-

1915 double-rate commercial cover to Drysdale with Kangaroos 2d corner pair (probably First Wmk) paying 1d x2 + 3d registration & tied by 'MILITARY CAMP/23AU15/BALLARAT' cds (ERD), registration number in lieu of label, Ballarat transit b/s, minor flap fault. Rare: this is the only registered cover we have seen from any Victorian Military Camp other than Broadmeadows. [PO 11/8/1915; closed 4/12/1916]

500.00

$800.00



C of A - Military - World War II








234

C

Packet of covers with internal forces including Northern Territory usages notably 'RAAF/PO UNIT No7' cds on Air Mail Letter Card & 'VICTORY LOAN' h/s from FPO 26 at Gowrie, & overseas including from FPO 069 at Juba River NG (Proud "NS"), boxed UPS E36 at Neureim ("NS"), 'No 6 AUST BASE PO/-C-' used at Labuan, 'FIELD POST OFFICE23MR45/ 038 ' stated to be from Sarawak but earlier than noted by Proud, also British FPO 782 in Greece (2), airmail from Biak with 5d tied by Dutch Forces cds & taxed and 1947 'AIRFORCE PO/MOROTAI' cds (unlisted by Proud), three RAAF leave passes etc, condition variable. A handy lot requiring write-up. (Qty 120 approx)

500.00

$800.00



NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History




258

C

A-

1836 (Oct 1) front (& black-flap) with an unusually fine strike of the rare undated 'HINTON/[crown]/ N.S.W' handstamp (#C30; ERD), rated "7d" for carriage between 30 & 50 miles, GPO transit d/s, various British markings including boxed 'INDIA LETTER/DEAL' & rated "1/-" for an inwards packet letter. Rare: absent from Brian Peace's collection. PO 28/8/1835; closed 1846.

600.00

$4,600.00






260

C

B

1844 part-entire to Scotland "per first ship" with light but clear strike of the rounded-boxed 'PAID AT/MAITLAND' h/s in red & oval Maitland b/s, rated "7" in red = 4d for coastal shipletter + 3d for outgoing shipletter, 'PAID SHIP LETTER/SYDNEY' d/s in red, minor blemishes. Ex Brian Peace.

200.00

No longer available




262

C

B

1856 two envelopes to Sydney with Imperf Diadem 1d pair (full margins except where cut-into at right) or 2d (3 margins) cancelled with fine BN '63' of 'EAST MAITLAND' (oval b/s) or '37' of 'RAYMOND TERRACE' (large cds b/s), minor blemishes. [The addressee William Charles Windeyer was a prominent politician & Supreme Court judge] (Qty 2)

250.00

$190.00



QUEENSLAND - Postal History

275

C

B

1870 & 1873 Dodgson covers to Putney 1) "Via Marseilles" with 2d pair & 6d, Rays '40' (Manning rated RR) of 'DALRYMPLE' (b/s); & 2) "Via Brindisi" with 3d & 6d tied by light Rays of Rockhampton; minor defects. An attractive pair. (Qty 2)

300.00

$340.00T






276

C

C

1871 soiled cover to England with 3d brown pair tied by 'Q.L'-in-Rays cancel of 'LEYBURN' (very fine cds at left), small Brisbane transit & superb 'FERRY-HILL' arrival backstamps. [Leyburn was an anomaly: it was issued with a 'QL' obliterator instead of a numeral. Cowan & Dell speculated about a Type 1a cds but gave no dates]

150.00

$135.00T



SOUTH AUSTRALIA

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal History




289

C

B

1847 outer to Scotland "p.Cressy to Bombay and thence/p. overland mail via Southampton" with fine strike of the 30mm 'GPO/SOUTH AUSTRALIA' cds in black & rated "5/4" with 'M' in same hand scored through, British transit b/s & fine 'ABERDEEN' arrival b/s, some tears etc at back where seals have been removed.

200.00

$160.00




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