Prestige Philately Auction 169 CatalogueLot 84Catalogue by themeCommemorative Covers
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Displaying 5 Lots in Category - Commemorative Covers
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AUSTRALIA: Mostly RAM $10 silver proofs with Birds of Australia 1989 x3, 1990 x2, 1991 x2, 1993 x3 & 1994 x3, 1997 Coins of the Harbour City x2 & 1998 Coins of the Victorian Capital each with two coins, 1995-98 Endangered Species series plus a piedfort set of 4, State Series uncirculated $10 silver coins for 1985 x2, 1986 x2, 1987 x2 & 1989-1993 plus $10 proofs for 1985-1987 & 1991, Subscription Coin Series proofs for 2002 (Adelaide Pound), 2004-2008 & 2010, also Masterproofs in Silver 1989-1995 coin sets of silver proofs, $1 silver proofs including 2009 Australian Citizenship, 2010 Kangaroo at Sunset, 100 Years of Australia Coinage x2 and 2011 Rock Wallaby uncirculated $1 silver coin. (Qty 54)
AUSTRALIA: PNCs complete from 1994 Year of the Family to the end of 2010 including 1999 Older Persons Year, 2000 For Valour, Last Anzacs, 2001 Army, 2002 Accession, 2003 Golden Jubilee, 2005 World Heritage, plus numerous recent issues including 2007 Howzat! Australia Win the Ashes, both Olympic Games, also stamp show overprints, plus limited edition commemorative medallions including 2008 World Youth Day. (Qty 82)
C of A - Commemorative Covers
1936-1999 array - some illustrated - with a wide variety of pictorial cancels including 1956 Olympics complete on piece, 1962 Commonwealth Games, and exhibition covers plus Sydney Harbour Bridge covers and postcards, a few registered items and many Opening Day covers. (Qty 100s)
1950 Tropical Medical School plain cover with '__AS_____/7MR50/NSW' cut-down relief cds & mss "Tropical/ Medical/School/NSW" on provisional registration label. Rare.
THAILAND - Postal History
1933 1934 & 1936 local philatelic covers with Constitution Day "Two Bowls" cachet - struck on the stamps in 1933 & 1934 but to the side in 1936 - and Siamese-language commemorative datestamps, the last with vertical fold. Ex Walter Pears (with part of his album page) & Len Colgan. (Qty 3)