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AUSTRALIA: VICTORIA: Shoebox of mostly PPCs including a few advertising types & a few Postal Cards, wide variety of Victorian postmarks, also 1890s-1900s covers & a few earlier, some Barred Numerals. (Qty 200+)
C of A KGV - Single Watermark
Single-Line Perf 1d carmine-red BW #70, very fine large-part strike of the rare 'NEWCOMB[ES]/17JY-4/VIC' cds, the date putporting to be the First Day of Issue. Buyer beware! [The ACSC states "Date of Issue: 17 July 1914 (in Sydney & Melbourne)". Newcombe's, 14km W of Jeparit in the far west of the State, was a Receiving Office only 16/8/1911; closed 21/1/1926. There is an infinitesimally small possibility of the new 1d stamp having been available at Jeparit on the same day it was issued in Melbourne, but none whatsoever for it being available at a tiny & remote RO. No contemporary example of this cds is recorded. However, post-dated examples of 19DE28, 16JY32 & 8FE59 have been noted]
C of A - Postal History
Box of Victorian covers with an array of unclaimed & similar handstamps, tax markings etc, some better postmarks including 'BOLTON/VIC.-AUST.', 27½mm 'KULWIN/VIC', black 'PAID AT WARRACKNABEAL/VIC-AUST', 1956 oval 'NOT KNOWN BY POSTMAN/BRUNSWICK' datestamp (ERD), also 1938 with boxed 'MISSENT TO/BOORT' etc, many are registered, condition variable. A good lot. (Qty 150 approx)
Shoebox of decimal-era covers with an array of commercial airmail covers mostly to England but we also noted items to Central Europe, Latvia, Russia & Denmark, wide array of solo & multiple frankings including better values such as 1970 Cook 30c pair to Switzerland & 1974 35c Christmas solo franking & a number with International stamps, 1967 & 1968 PPCs with 13c Bird or 5c Bird + 8c Fish etc; also bundles of small covers with an array of 45c frankings & selected for the Queensland or Tasmanian cds. Generally a very clean lot. (Qty 350+)
AUSTRALIAN COLONIES - General
Folio of covers, Postal Stationery & PPCs with some better usages & postmark interest, destinations including Bosnia, Schwerin x2 & Danzig; also a few CofA including 1920 to Holland with 3d Roo perf 'OS'; a few NZ and Samoa 1914 PPC with Opts ½d & endorsed "Active Service"; condition variable. (Qty 92)
Bulging album of used Postal Cards & other stationery plus some PPCs & covers. NSW includes 1906 local printed matter PPC, 1901 2½d rate to Newfoundland & 1910 with complete 'TRAIN PO 1 NORTH' machine b/s; Queensland with eight scenic Postal Cards including 1d in claret & in yellow-brown; Tasmania with a very scarce KEVII ½d green Wrapper to New Zealand; Western Australia with 1896 usage to Germany of 1d Postal Card uprated with 1d x2; postmark & destination interest, generally fine to very fine. (Qty 110+)
NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History
NEW SOUTH WALES - Postmarks
Heavily duplicated postmarks from West Maitland with BN '64' (Reversed '4'), other numeral types, several covers including a few early ones, condition variable. Ex John Forrest. (Qty 70 approx)
Quakers Hill Royal Australian Navy Apprentices Training Establishment: 1958-60 album of duplicated material with an array of '___RA/NSW-AUST' "relief" cds including on certified & registered (2) covers, similar lot of 'RANATE QUAKERS HILL' types including certified (8) & registered (12, all philatelic) covers. (Qty 100s)
TRAVELLING POST OFFICES: Apparently all-different selection of mostly good to very fine strikes on stamp or piece with twelve early undated types, 'WEE WAA/TPO', 'TPO FORBES LINE' etc. (Qty 47 items)
TRAVELLING POST OFFICES: Mounted collection with lots of loose material including scarce early undated types plus covers/cards with undated 'TPO/No 1 N', 'TPO/No 1 N/ A ', 'TPO/No 3 N/ 3 ' & 'TPO/No 1 S/ A ' (part-cover), also 1888 'TRAVELLING PO NORTH', 1896 'TRAVELLING PO No3 NORTH B/ U ', 1901 'MOREE TO WERRIS CK/TPO' (registered), 1904 'TRAVELLING PO No 3 SOUTH A' (registered), 1897 'TRAVELLING PO SOUTH No 3' (to England), 1890 'TRAVELLING PO No 1 WB' (x2; one with a superb strike), 1888 'TRAVELLING PO No 2 WEST', 1907 'TPO No 2 WEST' etc. Ex John Forrest. Outstanding opportunity. (Qty 26 covers etc)
QUEENSLAND - Postal History
Shoebox of mostly early Tatts covers from all over the State with an array of cds including many better types, numerals including some rare but illegible ones, many registered covers including some with two-line 'REGISTERED/...' h/s, a few taxed including 1907 Brisbane-Gympie with boxed 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE 1D/FINE 1D - 2D' h/s etc, very mixed condition. (Qty 250 approx)
1878 local cover with Chalon 1d vermilion tied by 'QL'-in-Brunswick-Star cancel, 'BRISBANE/QLD' cds alongside, a couple of insignificant pinholes. A very fine town-rate cover.
QUEENSLAND - Barred Numeral Cancellations
Box of mostly Tatts covers with an all-different array of legible to superb Rays & Barred Numerals with the cds "ties" plus '7'-in-Circles, rated items include Rays '110' of Tiaro on Chalon 2d (rated RRR), '252' (RR), '318' (RR), '347' (RR) & 'LAURA' cds, '363', 1st Type '409' (RR, one stamp ripped-off), '422' (RRR) & 'LAKE CLARENDON' cds, '429' (RR), '533' (RR), '582' (RR), '584' (RR), '592' duplex with numerals facing left & facing right, '605' (RR), '618' (RR), '624' (RR) '629' (RRR), some on PPCs or Postal Stationery, condition is very mixed. (Qty 100+)
39: Rays '39' of Calliope bold strike on Imperf 1/- grey (thinned). Rated RRRR on Chalons.
40: Rays '40' of Burdekin on Crown/Q 6d yellow-green (deep shade) block of 4. Rated RR on Chalons. [Scarce multiple]
84: Rays '84' of Springsure in red on Sideface 2d. Rated RRRRR in red.