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Displaying 121 - 140 of 290 Lots in Category - Postmarks
VICTORIA - Postmarks
'SOMERVILLE' to 'TYABB' including 'SPENCER ST TEL OFFICE/VR' (per favor), 'STEIGLITZ', 'STRATHEWEN', unframed 'STRATHMORE', 'SUNSET', 'SWANWATER WEST', 'TAHARA BRIDGE', 'TALBOTVILLE', 'TANJIL BREN', 'TARRAWINGEE RLY STN' on cover, 'TEMPLESTOWE WEST/VIC-3107' (per favor), 'TEN MILE', 'THE BROTHERS', 'THREE BRIDGES' (RO Period), 'TIDAL RIVER CAMP/VIC-AUST', 'TIMMERING EAST' on cover, 'TOMAHAWK CREEK' in blue, 'TO TONGHI CREEK', 'TOPIRAM', 'MIL PO TORQUAY/VIC-AUST', 'TOSTAREE' SDL (per favor), 'TOWONG UPPER' (RO Period), 'TRAFALGAR WEST', 'TRINITA', 'TYAAK', etc.
'TYERS' to 'YUULONG' including 'ULLSWATER', 'UPPER SANDY CREEK', 'UPPER THOUGLA CREEK', 'UPPER YARRA DAM', 'VALENCIA CREEK/VIC-3860', 'VASEY', 'VICTORIA STREET/RICHMOND-VIC', 'VITE VITE NORTH', 'W TREE' (per favor), 'WANDIN YALLOCK/VIC-AUST', 'WARANGA', 'WAREEK STATE SCHOOL', 'WATTLE CREEK', 'WATTLE VALE', 'WEERING', 'WENDOUREE POSTAL DEPOT', 'WENSLEYDALE', 'WERRIMUL' (error), 'WAAAF PO WEST MELBOURNE/VIC-AUST', oval 'WHIPSTICK/VICTORIA', 'WHITTLESEA NORTH', 'WHOOREL', 'WHOROULY SOUTH', 'WILLENABRINA', 'WINDERMERE', 'WINLATON', 'WOMERAH', 'WONGA PARK', 'RO WONYIP', 'WOORAYL' on cover, 'WOOROONOOK ', 'YAN YAN GURT', 'YANAC SOUTH', 'YANNATHAN', 'YARRAWALLA SOUTH', 'YARRAWEYAH NORTH' (error), 'YARTO', 'YERING', 'YERINGBERG', etc.
Pre-1913 registered covers with all-different datestamps including 'MONEY ORDER/BRIGHTON', 'CHILTERN VALLEY No2', 'BROADMEADOWS', 'CROWLANDS', 'ELIZABETH STREET NORTH', 'MONEY ORDER/FITZROY' in blue, 'LALBERT', 'LORQUON', 'MOLIAGUL', 'NORTH PORT', 'RAYWOOD', 'STAFFORDSHIRE RF', 'SUNNYSIDE', 'WARANGA BASIN', 'WARNCOORT', 'WHITELAW', 'WOOLSTHORPE', WYNDHAM, 'YARCK' etc, many Money Order types, a few with Barred Numerals & a few duplexes, mostly Tatts correspondence but far above average for these.
(Qty 100 approx)
Post-1912 commercial registered covers with all-different datestamps including 'P O CASTERTON', 'DARLIMURLA' with red 'DELBURN' RL, "FRASER", 'FLINDERS ST MELB', '___ GLENALBYN' SDL ('TO' removed), 1948 'KEILOR EAST', 'PUCKAPUNYAL TOWN', 'PURA PURA', 'RUBICON' (poor; better b/s), 'SEVEN CREEKS', 'WARBURTON EAST', etc, labels include reds & provisionals, only a few Decimal Period.
(Qty 100 approx)
Post-1912 philatelic registered covers with all-different datestamps including 'PAID AT RELIEF/ 53 ' with Ascot Vale RL, 'BAILLIESTON EAST' with 'BAILIESTON' (error) RL, 'BRODRIBB RIVER', 'BUNGEET', 'CAPE SCHANK', 'CHRISTMAS HILLS', 'COSGROVE SOUTH' SDL, 'GLENLUCE', 'MURRINDINDI', 'NEWHAVEN', 'RHYLL', 'SAILORS FALLS', 'STRATHEWEN/VIC-AUST', 'TOLMIE' SDL, 'TOOTGAROOK', 'WINTON NORTH', 'YUNDOOL' etc, also 'ANGIP' h/s with 'YELLANGIP NTH' RL, only a few Decimal period, fine to very fine. Nice lot.
WWII Military Camps etc including Bendigo No 2, Camp Pell registered, Fishermens Bend, Foster No 1, Geelong No 1 registered, Lysterfield Hills, Royal Park, Seymour No 1 registered, Seymour No 2, Seymour No 3 (two different), Seymour No 4 registered, Torquay registered, Watsonia, Werribee, etc, also RAAF Mildura, Sandridge & Somers and WAAAF Larundel, fine to very fine. A very desirable group.
No longer available
Small collection of mostly fine to very fine strikes with many better items including 'AIRLY', 'BARWITE', 'BURNBANK', DEDERANG', 'DELEGATE RIVER', 'DUNROBIN', 'HALLORA', 'HOTSPUR', 'INDIGO', 'KARAWINNA', 'KULWIN', 'LAMPLOUGH', 'LOCKWOOD EAST', 'MAJOR PLAINS', 'MAJOR'S LINE', 'MT DANDENONG NTH', 'PEECHELBA TOWN', 'PIEDMONT', 'PIRLTA', 'RHYMNEY REEF', 'ROCHFORD', 'ST FILLAN'S', 'ULLSWATER', 'VALENCIA CREEK', 'WARANGA', 'YULECART' etc.; also 'Datestamps of Victoria' Volumes One & Two.
1851 Victorian Goverment 'Post Office' Report foolscap 29pp including appendices with a plan of the CBD showing five Letter Carrier Divisions, also with impressions of the seven then-current postmarks including 'FREE/ MELBOURNE' & 'PAID AT/MELBOURNE' both in red & the rare 'MISSENT TO/MELBOURNE'. Historically important.
Adare:'ADARE/2OC52/VIC' very fine strike on piece cut from postal card. Rated RRRRR: only one other strike recorded. TO only 6.7.1926; closed 30.11.1955. [Gippsland]
Allansford:'ALLANSFO[RD]/("23")AUG--' rubber cds superb strike in purple on Reading 1d orange. Previously unrecorded so rated RRRRR. [Western District]
Almonds:'ALMONDS/SE19/06/VICTORIA' very fine strike beside 1d pink with BN '1654'. Rated RR.
Amey's Track:'AMEY'S TRACK/4MY53/VIC.' largely very fine strike on Postal Card cutout. Rated RRRRR: only the second recorded example. TO only c.1922; closed 31.1.1956. [Gippsland]
Angler's Rest (2):'ANGLER'S REST/6AP53/VIC-AUST' light but very fine strike on Postal Card cutout. Rated RRRR. TO only 16.5.1940; closed 30.6.1969. [Gippsland]
Aubrey:'AUBREY/1MY23/VIC.' superb strike on KGV 2d red. Rated RRRRR: the later of only two recorded examples. [Wimmera]
Australian Jamboree Frankston:'AUST.JAMBOREE FRANKSTON/24DE34/VIC.' (arcs 1,1½) Opening Day two superb strikes on 6d Airmail on cover with blue & black Jamboree R label. Rated RRR. PO 24.12.1923; closed 12.1.1935. [Mornington Peninsula]
Axe Creek:'AXE CREEK/17JE53/VIC.' superb strike on Postal Card cutout. Rated RRRRR: the only recorded example. TO only c.1930; closed 7.5.1958. [Bendigo District. The WWW date of 17JE55 is an error]
Bangerang:'BANGERANG/22JE35/VIC' largely very fine strike on 2d Jubilee. Rated RRRRR: the earlier of only two recorded strikes. [Wimmera]
Belfast:'SHIP LETTER/FREE/26JU/1858/BELFAST-VICTORIA' very fine b/s in red on folded outer with Emblems 4d tied by BN '1' of Melbourne.
Benayeo (2):'BENAYEO/11SE53/VIC-AUST' largely very fine strike on Postal Card cutout. Rated RRRRR: the only recorded non-archival example. TO only 22.9.1949; closed 15.10.1968. [Mallee]
Berrook:'BERROOK/1FE35/VIC' very fine strike on 2d Vic Centenary on piece. Rated RRRRR: the later of only two recorded examples. TO 15.11.1928; PO 18.2.1929; closed 30.4.1935. [Mallee]