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Displaying 12 Lots in Category - Postal Stationery - Aerogrammes
Aerogrammes commercially used group from Solomons, Singapore (3), Fiji (3, one to New Caledonia) & Grenada, also Australia to Denmark & Czechoslovakia, etc, some are formular types, also some philatelic items. (Qty 23)
C of A - Flight Covers - Commercial
C of A - Postal Stationery
AEROGRAMMES: 1947-67 collection in album with most issues represented & generally both unused & used or CTO examples, several with First Day of Issue cancels, also some formular types including for 1956 Olympics & various Moombas, & a few Official types. Offered with no reserve. (Qty 98)
AEROGRAMMES: Carton of mostly unfolded issues with lots of duplication. (Qty 100s)
AEROGRAMMES: Box crammed with a duplicated array of pre-decimal to early decimal issues about 50% unused & the balance mostly commercially used with some philatelic/CTO usages including First Days of Issue. Offered with no reserve. (Qty 100s)
AEROGRAMMES - OFFICIAL: 1952 'ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE' with 'Postage/Paid' & Flaw on 'AI' of 'MAIL' ASC #OA2a to New Zealand with Brisbane 'S.M' (Superintendent of Mails) cds of 1JY59, boxed 'SERVICE DES POSTES' h/s in violet. Superb!
AEROGRAMMES - OFFICIAL: 1952 'ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE' with 'POSTAGE/PAID' at upper-right ASC #OA4, to New Zealand with Melbourne machine cancel of 18SEP/1953. Rare. [The ASC gives 18/9/1953 as the issue date for the 'Postage/Paid' issue #OA3. We expect this is also thus a First Day Cover, which suggests that the upper-case setting may have been just one unit on the sheet, rather than a separate issue.
VICTORIA - Postmarks
Burwood West: 'BURWOOD WEST E13/28NO62/VIC-AUST' (WWW #20A; ERD) on 1962 Christmas Aerogramme to GB. Rated RRRR.
FIJI - Postal Stationery
AEROGRAMMES: Handy group including commercially used formular types to New Zealand at 7d rate (cancelled at Nadarivatu 16NOV4- being 16/11/44 the First Day of Issue) or 3d rate in 1948, KGVI 3d (uprated to USA) & 7d commercially used, two OHMS types unused, etc, generally very fine unused CTO or used. (Qty 50 approx)
GREAT BRITAIN - Military & Censor Mail
WORLD WAR II: Box of covers from British or Indian FPOs with a good range of datestamps, "green" envelopes including white types!, about half are from India, others from Sudan (20+, including early aerogrammes & airgraphs), Holland & Iceland (6), also WWI Forces in Italy (19) & post-WWII group of British Forces in Cyprus covers (30 approx), condition variable. (Qty 120+)
SHARJAH: 1944 commercial usage of 6d Air Letter from 'KILREEL/CO DOWN' (Ulster) to "44 Staging Post/RAF/PAIFORCE" at Sharjah. [Chatty letter includes comment about German POWs described as "...docile & well-behaved & noone need be in the least bit nervous. They were only in NI a week when 4 escaped & they had only been caught when 3 more got out..."]
World War II covers from British or Indian FPOs with a good range of datestamps, a couple of "green" envelopes, early aerogrammes including a Christmas greetings type & nine airgraphs including an illustrated type. (Qty 24)