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Displaying 1 - 20 of 78 Lots in Category - Postmarks




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

C of A KANGAROOS - 1st Watermark


76

f

a c1

4(G)g 1d red Die IIA with White Patch on Roo's Back BW #4(G)g in a strip of 4 on cover front with 'KOJONUP' (WA) cds & scarce red/white registration label.

200.00

$150.00



C of A KGV - King George V Issues


236

o

Shoebox of low denomination duplicates partly sorted in packets, probably pillaged for varieties but likely to be some postmark interest. (Qty 1000s)

250.00

$380.00




237

o

Shoebox of low denomination duplicates a rather similar lot. (Qty 1000s)

250.00

$380.00



C of A - Other Pre-Decimals




328

**v

a/a-

1928 International Exhibition 3d Kookaburra block of four Miniature Sheets, the left-hand M/Ss with the Exhibition cds in both red & in blue, the right-hand units are mint, unusually well centred, a few minor tonespots, full unmounted o.g., Cat $1150+.

500.00

$900.00



C of A - Postal History










371

c

1930s bundle of printed matter & letter rate covers mostly with commercial imprints of NSW firms with good Newcastle & District content, a few illustrated types, some postmark interest, minor duplication, generally fine to very fine. (Qty 100+)

150.00

$200.00












372

cps

Cherry box of KGV Period covers mostly with Heads frankings, generally a bit pedestrian but with numerous better items notably advertising covers including two beautiful Alpha Fishing Tackle types, early slogan cancels & a few meters, datestamps including 'COWWAR/VIC' (error for 'COWWARR'), Postal Stationery including 1930 1d Postal Card unusually uprated for internal airmail & 'TWO/PENCE' on Oval 1d Envelope unused, many used to the United States, condition variable but generally fine to very fine. (Qty few 100)

500.00

$600.00






378

c

c

1914 commercial cover to Townsville with a very well centred Kangaroo 4d orange tied by very fine 'GOOMBUNGEE/QUEENSLAND' cds, scarce red & black/white registration label, toning mostly on the reverse.

250.00

No longer available




381

cl

b

1922 double-rate cover with printed "No Dutiable Matter whatever is contained in this letter", to Pennsylvania "per SS Makura" with scarce franking of Third Wmk Roos 6d milky greyish blue (Cat $500 on cover) tied by very fine 'SPECIAL/=SYDNEY=' cds. The rate was 4d for the first ounce + 2d for each successive ounce.

200.00

$150.00






384

c

a

1932 usage of 'SOUVENIR TELEGRAM' for Opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge with SE Pylon cds of 19MR32, plus the matching envelope with a largely very fine strike of the scarce 'SYDNEY HARBOUR BRIDGE/ -1- ' reserve cds. (Qty 2 items)

600.00

$480.00






386

c

a-

1933 commercial cover with Hudson Motor Car Co imprint & typed endorsement "By SS Maunganui", to the company's Detroit HQ with KGV 1d green x4 paying 3d rate + 1d late fee tied by the scarcer 30mm 'POSTED SHIP SIDE/SYDNEY' cds.

150.00

$115.00



C of A - Military - World War I








395

cps

WORLD WAR II: Two albums of covers from the one correspondence to Tasmania with some better postmarks including 'MIL PO MONA VALE', 'RAAF 4103', 'RAAF 4017', RAAF POs at Parkes, Somers, Shepparton etc, a few from Cressy RAAF (Vic) but with civilian cds, '___ML___/NSW' & '___UL___/NSW' relief cds, some interest in the censor & other cachets, later period from the UK including many Aerogrammes (several with oval '466 SQUADRON RAAF/ORDERLY ROOM' d/s on reverse, some with the letters enclosed, condition rather mixed. (Qty 120+)

250.00

No longer available

SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal History




441

ps

b

NORTHERN TERRITORY: 1920 commercial usage of KGV 4d orange Registration Envelope with red Star on Flap, to Holland with large-part '[P]ARAP/8AP20/[NORT]HERN TERRITORY' cds (ERD) - a very fine strike on the reverse - and superb 'PARAP N.T.' h/s in violet in lieu of a registration label, removal of 2d stamp hardly detracts. Rated RRRR. Parap (1) renamed from Paraparap 1/12/1918; closed 8/10/1921.

150.00

$340.00




442

s

a a2-

Blackfellows Creek: 'BLACKFE[LLOWS] CREEK/SE13/94/S.A' largely fine strike on 2d orange. Rated RRRR. PO 12/4/1894; closed 31/5/1895.

150.00

$550.00






443

c

b a1+

Bookpurnong: 'BOOKPURNONG/OC15/04//S.A' superb b/s on a much-travelled large-part OHMS cover. Rated RRR. PO 2/4/1904; closed 15/1/1917.

150.00

No longer available




444

ps

a- a1

Bright: 'BRIGHT/DE17/09/S-A' two fine to very fine strikes on 1d Postal Card. Rated RRR. PO 1/9/1891; RO 19/5/1917; closed 31/10/1917.

150.00

$240.00






445

c

a- a1-

Canowie: 'CANOWIE/OC22/07/S-A' two largely very fine strikes on 2d violet pair on Tatts cover. Rated RRR. PO 1/9/1867; RO 1/2/1918; closed 12/2/1924.

150.00

$120.00




446

c

b a1-

Frome Downs: 'FROME DOWNS/01 2/12/S-A' three good to very fine strikes on 1d red x5 on Shierlaw front, curved 'REGISTERED/No...' h/s. Rated RRRR. PO 31/12/1905; RO -/10/1910; closed 31/8/1918.

250.00

$440.00




447

s

a a2+

Holder (1): '[H]OLDER/NO21/9-/[S-]A' (no year slug) superb strike on DLR 1d. Rated RRRR. PO 1/8/1894; closed 30/7/1903.

150.00

$120.00






448

c

a a1-

Innamincka: 'INNAMINCKA/DE4/08/S-A' largely very fine strike on 1d red on PPC. Rated RRRR. PO 1881; RO 1910; closed 31/12/1923.

250.00

$200.00






449

c

b a1

Longwood: 'LONGWOOD/SE--/--/S-A' (day slug only) very fine strike on 1d on birthday PPC, minor blemishes. Rated RRRR. PO 2/4/1898; RO 1910; PO 1/7/1927.

250.00

$190.00




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