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Displaying 21 - 40 of 56 Lots in Category - Registered Mail & Registration Labels




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C of A - Postal History




















322

CPS

WWII CIVIL CENSORSHIP- NEW SOUTH WALES: Group with various labels & cachets, noted a front only with black/white 'Opened/by/Censor' label (not recorded by Little), Supervisor's Check Numbers '2' '7' '11' '31' '38' & '39' (the highest number recorded), ' 2 /RETURN/TO/SENDER' in violet x2 or rosine, 2d Letter Card to USA with boxed 'RETURNED FOR/ADDITIONAL POSTAGE/...,' cachet, plus inwards items including from England with superb 'AIR/[crown]/ MINISTRY' h/s & Newcastle 2-line '.../N10' h/s another registered with BPA stamp consignment cachet & British 'RELEASED BY/CENSOR' h/s in rosine, from Gibraltar with Newcastle 9-dots label tied by ' 2/1 / PASSED/BY/ CENSOR/ 13 ', from Orkney Islands with small '2/1'-in-circle, stampless from New Guinea to GB with '2'-in-broken-circle h/s, condition variable but mostly fine. (Qty 52)

450.00

No longer available

C of A - Military - World War II










332

C/CL

A/B

Large folio of mostly Forces covers including from Palestine and within Australia, several registered, a few better items including boxed 'Bank Notes must be/registered for trans-/mission through the Post' h/s (not previously seen by us), tiny parcel apparently post free but 3d registration paid, etc, condition variable. (Qty 100 approx)

250.00

$180.00
















333

C

Military Camp covers including 'RELIEF/No8' cds with provisional 'Mornington Military Camp' R label (open for 12 days only), 'MIL PO DARBY No1' with manuscript R label (renamed Foster Mil PO 1.8.42), 'DHURRINGILE' (renamed Tatura Mil PO 16.4.40), 'FOSTER No1' with typed R label (closed 14.1.43), 'MANGALORE' (PO 3.8.1942; closed 15.6.1943), 'MT MARTHA' x3 one with 'ARMY/YCR 1V40/TELEGRAPHS' transit, 'OCEAN GROVE' (PO 20.11.1939; closed 19.12.1939), 'SHOWGROUNDS' x2 with different rubber d/s, condition variable. (Qty 19)

300.00

$220.00






334

CL

B

1941OHMS air cover endorsed "Quartermaster/Parap Camp" (which was Darwin Mil PO No 2) to Cowra Camp (NSW) with 4d pair tied by rubber double-circle 'MIL PO DARWIN/7NOV1941/ 1 ', 'Military PO No 1/DARWIN NT' registration label, central fold. PO 23/4/1941; closed 21/2/1942.

150.00

$115.00



NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History


407

C

B

1896large-part parcel tag (the eyelet removed) registered to a bank in Sydney with rare franking of Centennial 6d block of 8 + 1d & 2d all tied to the reverse by neat strikes of Rays '97' of 'WALCHA' (cds on the face), minor creasing. A rare usage. [At the time, the highest parcel rate was 2/11d. It is likely that the packet contained ore samples & was sent at the Samples & Merchandise rate of 1d per 2oz x48 = 4/- + 3d registration]

250.00

$190.00T



QUEENSLAND - Postal History














419

C=

POSTMARKS:Registered covers from Camp Hill (1932), Dulbolla (1925), Eight Mile Plains (1928), Kuraby (1935, mss registration endorsement), Milmerran (1917), Russell Island (1948), Shinfield (1938, mss registration endorsement), etc, group of 1960s covers with provisional lables, also loose labels including black/blue & 'Air Force PO' types, noted 'Chevron Island' block of 25; then about 200 postmarks on piece, condition variable but many fine. (Qty 1000+)

400.00

$300.00



TASMANIA - Postal History




464

CO

(B)

1871large piece (200x143mm) from a registered parcel to Kent with remarkable Three-Issue franking (faults) of VDL Imperf 4d & Perf 10 1d x2 and 'TASMANIA' Imperf 6d & 1/- (cut-to-shape) all tied by BN '63' of New Norfolk, private 'BOURNBANK/Parish of/Wellington' h/s & 'N NORFOLK/22 4 71' postmaster's provisional h/s, sloping 'TOO-LATE' h/s applied at Hobart, a few repaired edge-tears & parts of the address label removed with the registration ribbon. Endorsed "Printed Book with Photographs..." & signed "Molesworth Jeffery" which permitted mailing at the concessional rate for a "book packet" + 6d registration. Only six items recorded bearing the 6d registration rate that applied between 1871 & 1880. Ex Randall Askeland, Patrick Reid & David McNamee.

2000.00

No longer available

VICTORIA




















494

PS

REGISTRATION LABELS:Large accumulation with many reds (150+) including 'Parliament House (Fed)' sheet of 25, provisional types & smaller towns, then quantity of blues including plate reconstructions, different types & numbering styles, sheets of 25 (some blank) including typed issues, roll strips, etc, generally fine. (Qty 1000+)

400.00

$300.00



VICTORIA - Postal History




498

C

B

1847outer endorsed "Paid & Registered" with very fine rounded-boxed 'THE GRANGE/POST PAID' h/s in red & watery 'THE GRANGE/PORT PHILLIP' b/s, rated "8" in red, poor Portland arrival b/s, two ironed-out vertical filing folds. A very early registered cover. Ex Bill Purves.

1000.00

$750.00T










515

PS

DEAD LETTER OFFICE:Range of Returned Letter Envelopes inscribed 'Returned Free Letter' Code 'W' (1866; 'Free' barred-out), 'RETURNED PAID LETTER' (1853), 'Returned Paid Letter' Code 'X' (1865, 'Paid' barred-out), 'RETURNED LETTER' Code 'A' (1898), Code 'B' (1894 & 1909, different printings), Code 'C' (1893), Code 'E' (1895), Code 'U' (1879), Code 'W' (1876 & 1878, different printings) & Code 'X' (1879), 'RETURNED LETTER/REGISTERED' Code 'T' (1887), 'RETURNED MORE TO PAY LETTER' Code 'E' (1891, with Postage Due 2d & 4d) and Code 'G' (1898), and 'FOREIGN ENCLOSURE' Code 'R' (1887; not previously seen by us), condition variable. A very scarce, underrated and desirable group. (Qty 16)

1400.00

No longer available




516

PS

A-/B

DEAD LETTER OFFICE:Returned Letter Envelopes Code 'W' (265x113mm, 1872 & 1883 printings with different settings) with light but clear strikes of the scarce boxed 'DLO___PB___/REGISTERED' h/s in green (not previously seen by us) or purple (with 'PB' excised). A rare pair. (Qty 2)

300.00

No longer available

VICTORIA - Barred Numerals


537

S

A- A2+

98:First Type Original State (Side-Bars) of Malmesbury superb strike on 'REGISTERED' 1/- Die 2 [17]. Rated RRR. [NB: the name was changed to Malmsbury c.1896]

150.00

No longer available


539

=

B

105:Of Goldborough (1) largely fine strike on 'REGISTERED' 1/- on large piece with fine 'COLDBOROUCH/ JA5*/1857/VICTORIA' (mis-engraved) b/s, a bit stained. Rated RRR. PO 1.3.1856; closed 5.1.1859. [Goldmining]

120.00

$120.00



VICTORIA - Postmarks




771

C

Bulging album of Gippsland covers mostly rather pedestrian but some better items noted including real photo PPC of Berwick (?) with 'DOWN TRAIN/MG9' d/s, 1925 with very fine 'BULN BULN EAST', 1956 airmail to Germany from 'MORWELL HEIGHTS', 1950s-60s registereds including from 'COWWARR', 'ERICA', 'GLENGARRY', 'HILLSIDE' & 'MOE WEST' etc, lots of modern items. (Qty 200+)

300.00

$360.00




















779

CPS

Accumulation on cover many from Gippsland including 'PAID' & 'RELIEF' types up to modern noted 1928 'INTERNATIONAL PHILATELIC/EXHIBITION' in red, 1934 'BUCHAN' on OHMS cover with KGV 2d 'VG' & 3d 'OS' punctures plus red R label, 1942 'MONEY ORDER/NORTH MELBOURNE', 1949 'PILCHERS BRIDGE' with typed R label, 1958 'AERODROME ESSENDON' with manuscript R label, a few machine & meter cancels, etc, condition mixed but many fine. (Qty 100s)

300.00

$380.00










785

C

Two albums of mostly post-WWII philatelic & commercial covers with lots of postmark interest, some KGV Head frankings including municipal covers, some registered including several with 1960s cash register labels, condition variable. (Qty 100s)

400.00

$300.00






789

C

B A1+

Koimbo:30mm 'KOIMBO/1OC34/VIC.' four very fine to superb strikes (one on the reverse) on KGV 2d & Vic Centenary 2d x2 on Myer cover, blue & black/white provisional R label (Rat's Tail variety) with mss "KOIMBO", opened-out. Stunning! Rated RR. RO 25/9/1922; PO 1/7/1927; closed 31/1/1968. [Mallee: 16km north of Manangatang]

200.00

No longer available

THEMATICS & TOPICALS




896

**/*CPS

A/A-

SCOUTING:Worldwide mostly post-WWII stamps & covers etc in ten albums, pickings including 1936 SA Centenary Corroboree registered cover, meter cancels including illustrated types, lots of M/Ss. (Qty Qty)

200.00

$340.00



CEYLON - Postal History






















971

C/CL

Airmail covers pre-WWII mostly commercial to Britain including 1929 First Acceptance, 1933 2r58c quadruple rate, 1935 & 1936 Paquebot usages, 1934 3r47c quintuple rate with 1927 1r & 2r, 1936 4r56c septuple rate, EAMS x2, etc, and to Other Countries including Australia 1935-36 x3, Burma 1934, Czechoslovakia 1936, Egypt 1936, France 1929 (very early) & 1937 Paquebot usage, Germany 1936 with 'BY AIR VIA ATHENS' h/s, 1937 2r10c triple-rate, 1937 & 1938 both underpaid and 1938 with 5c late fee, Iraq 1929 & 1931 both registered, Ireland 1933 usage of formular registration envelope & 1936 underpaid, Italy 1939 scarce 30c postcard rate, Sweden 1936, Switzerland 1936 from the Swiss Consulate, and United States 1932 1934 & 1937 all with London jusqu'a bars, etc, a few registered & a couple of PPCs, generally very fine. Ex David Norris. (Qty 59 items)

1000.00

$750.00










































972

CPS

Overseas Destination mail mostly pre-1960 & mostly commercial covers all to unusual destinations including Algeria (1947), Angola (1951), Argentina (1950 registered airmail parcel tag rated 18r with KGVI 5r strip of 3), Cambodia (1933 with Indo-China Postage Dues, damaged), China (1917 registered & censored with 'BRITISH POST OFFICE/HANKOW' arrival b/s), Colombia (1954), Danzig (1901), East Germany (1959), El Salvador (1939), Ethiopia (1949), Fiji (1953), German East Africa (1896), Gold Coast (1949, between governors), Guatemala (1891), Iran (1952), Iraq (1937, numerous instructional h/s), Japan (1887), Kenya (1936), Madagascar (1947, underpaid for airmail), Maldives (1958, taxed), Mesopotamia (1917, to "Ceylon Sanitation Corps/.../Busra"), Monaco (1938, underpaid with Monaco Postage Dues), New Caledonia (1958), Newfoundland (1938), Nigeria (1938, registered), Papua (1918, parcel tag rated 3r40 with KGV 1r & 2r), Philippines (1905, registered), Pitcairn Island (1947), Russia (1895, message in Russian), Siam (1899), Spain (1929), Sudan (1945), Tanganyika (1950), Transjordan (1949), Trieste Austria (1914, registered), Trieste Italy (1935), Tunisia (1933 airmail), Uganda (1932), Uruguay (1902), Yugoslavia (1948), Zanzibar (1896) etc etc, many airmails & other better usages, many with transit/arrival markings, generally fine to very fine. (Qty 75)

3800.00

No longer available


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