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Displaying 1 - 20 of 41 Lots in Category - Postmarks - Instructional/Informative Markings




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Lot

Type

Quality

Description

Estimate

Realised

C of A KGV - Single Watermark




158

C

B

124Rough Paper 5d bright chestnut perf 'OS' ACSC #124 (poorly centred) tied by 'WAGIN' (WA) cds to 1921 small OHMS cover to 'WOODANILLING' (light arrival cds), 'WAGIN' h/s on scarce red & black/white provisional registration label, mss "AR" in red, unclaimed & returned, Cat $1500 on cover.

600.00

No longer available

C of A - Postal Stationery








257

PS

REGISTRATION ENVELOPES:KGV to QEII issues all used the majority from Victoria with a range of label types including provisionals, 1938 KGV 5d endorsed "Comp 4d" with KGV 4d added to pay compensation fee, some postmark interest noted 1935 'TPO 1 SOUTH/1/NSW' transit & 1956 'EASTERN VIEW/VIC' cds with typed label, also 1917 'RETURNED REGISTERED LETTER' from Melbourne Dead Letter Office & 1930 'RETURNED SURCHARGED LETTER' from Sydney with Dues, condition mixed but many fine. (Qty 88)

300.00

$500.00



C of A - Postal History


295

CPS

Commercial mail including 1938 airmails via Hong Kong to ship passenger at Hawaii x2 both at 3/4d rate the first forwarded to California, the other returned with 'TOO LATE FOR STEAMER' cachet, plus to USA x2 one paid 3/7d & taxed mss 'T16 2/3', the other paid 9/3d double rate with Roos 2/- x2 & 5/- (roughly opened), then KGV frankings, advert covers, Stationery including PTPO envelopes noted KGVI 1d for Shire of Newham and Woodend, also Victoria with postmark interest including 1905 'FOSTERVILLE' & BN '1982' both in blue, 1938 'PAID AT/KYNETON VIC', 'WOODEND NORTH' unframed with poor BN '414' & 1952 cds on 1d Postage Due (faults), Glover Onians & Co cover with 'GO/&C' perfin, etc, condition very mixed but those mentioned generally fine. (Qty 100+)

600.00

$575.00












300

C/CL

KGV to QEII covers with some instructional handstamps including 'DAMAGED BY SEA/WATER' on 1930s cover to UK, better destinations including 1928 to Morocco (damaged), 1931 per KLM to Holland at 13/9d rate, 1937 to Egypt, 1938 to Hungary, 1951 to Hawaii, 1951 registered to Nyasaland, 1959 to Dominican Republic & 1965 to Gilbert & Ellice Islands, also c.1945 cover with 'PRESS MATTER' label to USA, etc, condition variable. A good lot. (Qty 20)

750.00

$950.00T




306

C

B

1928(Apr 3) commercial cover from Malaya with FMS 12c Tiger tied by 'TAIPING/FMS' cds, endorsed "By Air Mail only Sydney to Melbourne" but sent via Western Australia where boxed 'FORWARDED/BY AIR MAIL' cachet, 'DERBY' cds & 'T(6d")' h/s applied, on arrival at Brighton (Vic) Postage Due d x2 1d x2 & 3d affixed & cancelled with indelible pencil, minor blemishes. A remarkable cover, never before on the market. Proceeds to Walter & Eliza Hall Institute for Medical Research.

500.00

$1,100.00




















312

CPS

A/B

1940-41airmail covers to USA & UK per Pan Am FAM-19 Pacific Clipper service including quadruple 19/8d rate to New York with Robes 5/- & 10/-, KGVI 1d Postal Cards uprated to 2/- x2 (one with AIF 6d) or 1/11d, correctly rated 3/11d per oz from Jervis Bay (ACT) airmail to US only and by ship to UK, 5/10d UK rate x6 and 11/8d double-rate x3 (one a small cover with Robes 10/-), a few registered, many with 'CALIFORNIA CLIPPER' cachet & all censored, condition variable but mostly fine. (Qty 24)

950.00

$800.00T








319

=CPS

Another large cartoncrammed with covers, postal stationery & PPCs, lots of instructional markings & datestamp interest including many on piece, etc, condition variable. (Qty Qty)

500.00

$500.00










321

CPS

TELEGRAMS: 1941-45 accumulation of Forms & Envelopes x120+ to and from Sgt Ward RAAF in Egypt or England with a variety of Military & Telegraph postmarks and censor markings noted 'PASMEL 91', one cover with 'ADDRESSEE RETURNED TO AUSTRALIA' cachet, and later to him with 'RAAF 6304' or 'RAAF 4111' arrival cds, many with 'POST OFFICE/YARRAVILLE,W18' oval d/s in violet, also bundle of ration cards, FDCs including Pre-Decimal plus some Worldwide, condition mixed but many fine. (Qty 100s)

300.00

No longer available




















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










325

C

A/B

WWII CIVIL CENSORSHIPVICTORIA: Inwards covers including Aug 1939 from Germany, Sep 1939 from Greece, Oct 1939 from Hungary, Mar 1940 from Java, Dec 1940 from Palestine, May 1941 from Java with 'By air to Australia and/onward airtransmission' cachet (note 'airtransmission' is one word), Nov 1941 from Fiji with 'When Opened by The Censor/Melbourne.../("there was no/enclosure")' label on the reverse, Feb 1942 registered from a Jewish refugee in Mauritius, Feb 1943 from Russia, Nov 1943 from the USA with label across the address "tied" by green/white 'RETURNED/TO SENDER/BY CENSOR' label, & a few others, generally fine to very fine. (Qty 15)

350.00

$270.00T



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














344

CPS

A-/B

JAPAN:ZENTSUJI: 1942 POW Envelope printed in blue & red to NSW with Camp censor cachet in violet & standard Japanese cds, 'CROWS NEST/24AP43' arrival cds & redirected within Sydney, undeliverable and attempted return via Red Cross with Swiss boxed trilingual 'Retour-Zuruck/Service postal suspendu/...' h/s, also POW Postal Card printed in black & red on buff with 'ZENTSUZI' Error (very fine), plus inwards mail comprising three plain envelopes, Red Cross envelope with Thick Bar, blue/white envelope with hand-drawn Christmas card, and Red Cross blue/white lettersheet, all from NSW or Victoria. (Qty 9)

850.00

$500.00T








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



AUSTRALIAN COLONIES - General






388

*BCPS

Pre-WWI parliamentary groupwith Tasmania including 1872 cover to GB with '[crown]/FREE' cds & Hobart cds both in red, three covers with manuscript free franks, superb 'LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL' frank in blue on wrapper, very fine 'HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY' frank in rosine on unused envelope; Victoria including 1883 OHMS with 'MISSENT TO/BERWICK' h/s, 1896 & 1900 both with 'THE SPEAKER' frank in blue, 1900 with 'THE PRESIDENT/...' frank in red, 1903 with '.../THE SENATE' imprint & 2d punctured 'OS', 1908 PPC with rare 'FEDERAL PARLIAMENT HOUSE' cds with dateslugs, 1913 Free 'ELECTORAL CLAIM' Envelope, 1937 'Claim for Enrolment...' envelope taxed with 1d Postage Due, etc; and Western Australia 1902 very fine Senator Matheson cover with 'RECEIVED AT/GPO WITHOUT/CONTENTS' h/s & Postage Dues 1d pair; condition very mixed, etc. (Qty 35 items)

350.00

$440.00T



NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History




408

C

B

1898commercial cover to Wisconsin "via Vancouver" with Jubilee 2d purple only tied by one of two strikes of the scarce 'NZ MARINE PO/15SEP1898/RMS WARRIMOO' scalloped cds in magenta, double-boxed 'PACKET BOAT' in the same ink alongside & superb NZ-pattern 'T/"25")/CENTIMES' h/s also used aboard the ship, 'TACOMA/WASH' transit & poor Milwaukee arrival b/s, superb 'US CHARGE/TO COLLECT - 10 CENTS' h/s & pre-cancelled Postage Due 2c x5 affixed, ironed-out vertical fold.

1000.00

$800.00T



SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal History




438

C

B

1862entire to "Nuccaleena" with Rouletted 1d SG 19 horizontal pair (a couple of faults), Port Augusta cds, postmaster's manuscript endorsement "PO/Blinman/Nov 21 1862" on the reverse, unclaimed & returned via 'KANYAKA' (b/s) to the GPO (b/s) where presumably the 'UNCLAIMED' h/s was applied. Ex Michael Blake. Blinman PO opened 1/9/1862: ten weeks later the post office "furniture" had apparently still not arrived. A PO opened at Nuccaleena in early-1864 but closed -/9/1866.

300.00

No longer available




444

C

B

NORTHERN TERRITORY:c.1912 stampless NZ PPC to "B Tennant Esq/Batchelor's Experimental Farm/Northern Territory/ Queensland" (!) with NZ 'TO PAY/1d' h/s, redirected to "c/- Dr Huxtable/Ch Towers" (= Charters Towers Qld), corner bend. [In 1911, three experimental farms were established, one at Batchelor. Less than three years later, the government moved to shut down the farms at Batchelor and Daly River because of mismanagement]

150.00

$110.00



TASMANIA - Postal History














463

C

A/C

1837-53 entires from England x3 or Scotland (the earliest, with 'OLDRAIN' d/s) all with various boxed 'SHIPLETTER' datestamps of Hobart, one of 1843 is a mourning letter, apart from the first - which is stained - the others are fine to very fine. [One, of 1841, is to "Frank Allison/Streanshall/Macquarie River", father of William Race Allison] (Qty 4)

250.00

$200.00



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






500

C

A-

1854small cover rated "6" in red with very fine boxed 'PAID AT/WANGARATTA' h/s unusually in black & fair oval 'WANGARATTA/VICTORIA' b/s, fine Melbourne arrival b/s.

500.00

$500.00T




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