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Displaying 10 Lots in Category - Postal Stationery - Envelopes
THEMATICS & SUBJECTS
HAWAII: 1906 usage of USA 5c Lincoln Envelope to Samoa with typed "Str Sierra", superb 'PACKET BOAT.' h/s (Hosking #1679; rated C) of Honolulu where duplex cancel also applied, 'APIA/(SAMOA)' arrival b/s. [See also Lots 57 and 58]
C of A - Postal History
1929 philatelic usage of United States 5c Airmail Envelope to Ohio with Australian KGV 3d & 3d Airmail tied by machine cancels of both Perth & Chicago, mistakenly (?) endorsed "Insufficiently/Paid" in red. [It is thought that the US postal clerk misunderstood the regulations regarding pre-payment of the internal airmail fee with stamps of another country, being permissable]
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1931 philatelic registered airmail usage of Colombia 4c Columbus Envelope to Colombia with Australian 1d 3d & 6d cancelled at Sydney and Colombian stamps cancelled on arrival at Barranquilla, various US transits. Colourful. Ex Lucien Toutounji. [Surface to USA, airmail to Miami, Pan-Am to Barranquilla, SCADTA to Cali]
C of A - Postal Stationery
Wartime Issues: c.1940 KGVI Envelope 1d green with Single-Line 'AUSTRALIAN DEFENCE FORCES' across Map of Australia at Upper-Left #X1.4, to Perth with 'AIF FIELD PO/6JA43/No8' cds used at Nazeirat (Palestine: LRD), opened at Perth by Censor & resealed with pieces of 'FOUND OPEN' labels. Ex John Sinfield. [A rare & significant item, being the only example of this item recorded used outside of Western Australia, presumably by a serviceman of WA origin]
SOUTH AUSTRALIA - Postal Stationery
Envelopes: 1911 1d HG B2 commercially used to Victoria in 1912 with 1d adhesive tied by Adelaide cds, minor blemishes; and 2d violet HG B3, very fine unused. Scarce pair. (Qty 2)
INDIA - Postal History
INDIA USED ABROAD: 1896 usage of 'One Anna' Soldiers & Seamans Envelope to 'JULLUNDUR' (arrival b/s) with fine & very early usage of 'BASE OFFICE/6JU96/ B ' cds at Tokar (Sudan), endorsed "Sant Singh Sepoy 5th Company/35th Sikhs" & counter-signed at left by the Commanding Officer, 'ADEN/JU9/96/ + ' & 'SEA POST OFFICE/ C /JU15/96' transit b/s, a little soiled. [The Suakim Field Force arrived in the Sudan on 1/6/1896 & returned to India in -/12/1896]
INDIA USED ABROAD: 1896 usage of 'One Anna' Soldiers & Seamans Envelope to 'SIALKOT' (arrival b/s) with 'No 1/FIELD PO/18AU96 - B' duplex (the left-hand portion poor; Proud valuation 3000pts) used at Tokar (Sudan), endorsed in native script over "26th P.I." & counter-signed at left "FHHancock Captain/26th PI", 'SEA POST OFFICE/ B /SE1/96' transit b/s, a couple of very minor blemishes.
SOUTH AFRICA - (Provinces)