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Displaying 21 - 40 of 65 Lots in Category - Flight Covers - Commercial




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Lot

Type

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Estimate

Realised

C of A - Military - World War II




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








335

C

A-/B

1941Forces in Greece comprising cover (from Servia) & Active Service "honour" envelope (endorsed on the reverse "Kazani/N Greece) with '1ST BGE HQ PO/M1' cds of 28MR41 or 2AP41, cover with 'DIV HQ PO/13AP41/DM1' cds at Elasson, 'DIV SUPPLY HQ PO/11AP41/SWL' cds at Gerania, & Active Service "honour" envelope with 'RAILHEAD PO/5AP41/RM1' at Gerania, all with 9d Platypus, minor faults/repairs, censor h/s double-boxed 224 225 or 228, British 1916 or triple-circle 'PASSED BY UNIT/ 18 /CENSOR' h/s of the type used only by the AIF in Greece & Crete. Ex Russell Stern. [NB: Most postal devices used in Greece were lost in the course of the evacuation] (Qty 5)

500.00

No longer available




336

C

B

1941Forces in Crete airmail cover with 9d Platypus tied by '3RD BGE HQ PO/6MY41/M1' cds in use in Crete, square 'PASSED - BY - UNIT/276/CENSOR' h/s, endorsed on the reverse "From N Hill" (location?). [After leaving Greece, the Australian forces regrouped near Retima on Crete. However, on 21/5/1941, the Germans launched a decisive airborne attack. All datestamps used in Greece & Crete were lost]

300.00

No longer available






338

PS

A/B

1944NSW POW Control Centres group comprising No 2 (Parkes) 1/- Airmail Notelope; No 4 (Armidale) 1/- Airmail Notelope, opening fault at upper-right; No 14 (location unidentified) stampless Postal Card, creased; and No 27 (Gunnedah; open 7 months only) stampless Postal Card, soiled. Rare usages from tiny camps. (Qty 4)

300.00

$220.00T










339

C

THURSDAY ISLAND:1943 airmail covers from the one correspondence to "Lieut William B Henry/Sh D Stations P & Q/Torres Island Force" at various rates with a variety of frankings, about half with 'FIELD PO/0101' arrival cds used at Thursday Island, condition variable. Proceeds to Walter & Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research. (Qty 32)

250.00

$150.00












345

CPS

A/B

KOREA:Inwards mail to Keijo Camp comprising plain cover, blue/white lettersheet, Red Cross envelope with Thick Bar x2 and two blue/white Postal Cards uprated for airmail (both incorrectly paid the 5d letter rate instead of the 4d postcard rate), also blue/white envelope (opened-out) and POW Relatives Association blue/white lettersheet both to Jinsan Camp, plus Red Cross envelope to Singapore redirected to "CHOSEN" (faults), condition variable. (Qty 9)

850.00

$500.00T














346

CPS

A-/B

MALAYA - CHANGI: Inwards mail including Red Cross Envelopes with Three Thin Bars x3 or Thick Bar x5 (one with Japanese Red Cross cachet in rosine), Red Cross blue/white Postal Card with camp censor Ta chop; and by air plain covers at 5d rate x2 (one shortpaid 1d) & blue/white Postal Card uprated with 4d Koala with camp censor Kinoshita chop; well above-average condition. Some with transit times of between 9 & 18 months noted. (Qty 12)

750.00

$500.00T














347

CPS

B

MALAYA - CHANGI: All-different identified camp censor cachets on inwards mail comprising plain cover with unnecessary 2d payment (with the original enclosure), Red Cross Envelopes with Thick Bar x2, Red Cross blue/white Postal Card; and by air postcards red/white or blue/white x2 different types (one overpaid with 5d Emu), minor blemishes. (Qty 8)

600.00

$675.00T














348

PS

A-/B

MALAYA - CHANGI: All-different POW Postal Stationery sent inwards comprising Red Cross Postal Cards blue/white x2 & black/white, Envelopes blue/white (with letter), black/white, or red/white with Three Thin Bars (with letter) or Thick Bar, and Lettersheets red/white or blue/white; POW Relatives Association Envelope; and generic-issue Postal Card blue/white, Envelope red/white & Airmail Envelope blue/white; six sent by air, a few are remarkably fine. (Qty 15)

1250.00

$1,350.00T












350

CPS

THAILAND:1943-45 mail to Camp No 1 (Nong Pladuk) POW Postal Card by air endorsed "RTA" & with small redirection label, with the enclosed letter; Camp No 2 (Chungkai) plain cover & blue/white POW Envelope both by air; Camp No 3 (Nike or Nieke) blue/white Red Cross lettersheet endorsed "RTA"; Camp No 4 (Tamuang) plain cover by air with censor Sato cachet, four different blue/white POW Postal Cards (two by surface both with censor Ishikura cachet, one undeliverable & returned); and an undesignated camp black/white POW Envelope & blue/white Red Cross lettersheet with censor Matsushita or Adachi cachets; condition variable. [All four camps were along the infamous Burma-Siam Railway] (Qty 12)

1800.00

$1,700.00T








351

CPS

A/B

LIBERATED POWs:Four covers - two by air - & seven aerogrammes all from GB to liberated POWs all addressed c/- the GPO Melbourne, various redirections & cachets including 'NO RECORD OF/Repatriation/OF ADDRESSEE' x2 & similar straight-line type, and three with 'IT IS REGRETTED THIS LETTER COULD/NOT BE FORWARDED IN TIME...', one addressed directly to Japan but with 'VIA BASE PO/MELBOURNE/AUSTRALIA' cachet in blue (stained), generally fine. (Qty 11)

300.00

$260.00T










352

PS

A

LIBERATED POWs:1945 (Oct 1) usage of GB formular aerogramme endorsed "Lib UK PW" with the message headed "c/o 3 Australian Repl Co / Manila PI" to England with 'AUST ARMY PO/241' cds. [Ted Proud records APO 241 at Hollandia Feb-June 1945, then in Japan from May 1946; Phil Collas records usage at Morotai from Feb 1945 "until late in that year" & in Japan in 1946. Neither mentions usage in the Philippines]

350.00

No longer available

MISCELLANEOUS






















835

CPS

Box of interesting covers & Postal Stationerywith Flights, commercial airmails, philatelic frankings to Australia including from Berlin & Saar, other strong German content including commercial mail, Third Reich commemorative cancels - noted one with Olympics M/S - & propaganda Postal Cards plus Nazi cigarette cards x16 (superb), 1850s stampless 'DANZIG' to London, Swiss internment camp covers including 1940 with three different Polish camp cachets, Greece 1936 Rotary airmail cover to Sweden, etc, generally fine to very fine.

1000.00

No longer available














841

OCPS

Mostly foreign array with lots of "Cinderellas" & Revenues including British Railway Stamps, Brunei selection including Japanese Occupation 12c x3 & 30c mint, also batches of Indian pre-stamp entires with intaglio handstamps, commercial & philatelic paquebot covers, and Egyptian covers including commercial airmails & some Postal Stationery, condition variable. (Qty 100s)

500.00

No longer available




















845

*/O/C

Accumulationwith Australia from Roos noted 5d punctured large 'OS, KGV Heads & Commems, a few Decimals **, covers including FDCs, Flights, Tin Can Mail & some postal history interest; GB & BCW with pickings. (Qty Qty)

250.00

$190.00
















851

**/*/O/C

Accumulationmostly used in Rapkin Challenge & Ackland Universal albums and quantity on pages noted early NZ plus 1984-87 Yearbooks, modern mint GB, Canada, Pacific Islands, Asia, USA, etc, also some covers & postal history mostly to Australia noted Tahiti 1927 PPC, KUT 1944 airmail from APO 2, Papua 1942 with AIF FPO 020 cds, then Cigarette Cards in album & loose noted some Cricketers, condition mixed but many fine. (Qty 1000s)

400.00

$1,050.00




















863

CPS

Airmail covers to Australia from Germany (noted Berlin 1955 formular aerogramme with 60pf Building, and 1956 registered with 90pf Building x3), Switzerland, Eastern Europe, Israel, USA, Brazil in quantity including registered, Singapore, etc, a few with tax & instructional markings, also some Australian domestic mail. (Qty 500+)

200.00

$150.00


































865

*/O/C

Albumwith Australia, Colonies & Worldwide plus covers including commercial airmails to Australia. (Qty 100s)

300.00

$220.00














875

CPS

Covers accumulationincluding some Australia with commercial mail, FDCs and used postcards, noted New Hebrides 1942 parcel piece with 'PASSED 1/HM CUSTOMS MELB' cds, Germany range including WWII Feldpost & Occupations, GB 1856 to Saxony with QV 6d and 'AUS ENGLAND PER AACHEN' cds, USA batch of QSL "Ham Radio" cards, sure to be pickings here even though condition quite mixed. (Qty 100s)

400.00

$300.00


















878

CPS

Really interesting mostly 1920s commercial covers to Australiaincluding from Algeria x2, Poland, Greece, Spain, Lebanon, Russia x2, Hungary x9, Czechoslovakia plus 2kc75h IRC, Denmark 1927 with Surcharges (very early air from Scandinavia), etc, includes printed matter, air & registered usages; also from Iraq comprising registered x3, airmail x3 (one with printed 'AIR MAIL/ BAGHDAD-CAIRO' & one a postcard) & 1928 with white/red 'OVERLAND MAIL' label (the only such item we have seen to Australia); also Patiala & Cochin both to Iraq, & some European flight covers; condition variable. From a family correspondence never before on the market. Proceeds to Walter & Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research. (Qty 71)

500.00

$850.00




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