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Displaying 1 - 20 of 51 Lots in Category - Postal Stationery
LITERATURE - Miscellaneous
"Higgins & Gage World Postal Stationery Catalog: Australasia" the special Ausipex edition (1984).
British Commonwealth aerogrammes collection from numerous countries including Basutoland, Malta, Brunei, Maldives (scarce lot), Gambia, SWA, Southern Rhodesia, Zanzibar etc, minor duplication, a few faults noted but generally fine unused or CTO. (115)
Pacific aerogrammes collection including French Polynesia (7), New Caledonia (11), Tonga (14), Tuvalu (10) & Samoa (12), minor duplication, generally fine unused or CTO. (54)
C of A - Postal History
1913 usage of Kangaroo 1d Envelope to Perth with 'BROOKTON/WESTN AUSTR' cds, 'T'-in-hexagon h/s (why taxed?) & Postage Due 1d pair cancelled with bars.
C of A - Military - World War I
WORLD WAR II 16-page annotated study of the stampless lettersheets ("notelopes") provided to Prisoners of War, identified as per the recently published study by Gus Pohlig, mostly from Victorian Camps but also includes Cowra, Harvey, Marrinup, Yanco and South Australian Camps 14A (3) & 17, a few are defective but generally fine used. The most comprehensive group we have seen. (26)
WORLD WAR II the continuation pages for the imprinted 1/- airmail types comprising all six sub-types identified by Pohlig, one with 'Gefanderer' error, the last two from Barmera or Marrinup, good to very fine used. [The only complete set known to us] (6)
WORLD WAR II 1941-1946 complete set of the six annual Christmas cards issued to German & Italian Prisoners of War, 1941 a fold-out type to be sent under cover (minor fault), 1942 Koalas, 1943 Kangaroo, 1944 Mob of Sheep, 1945 watercolour scene by John Loxton (minor toning on address side) & 1946 sketched scene, the last with text in Italian, all very scarce to rare (the last two especially so). Ex Pohlig. [The only complete set we have seen and surely the first time a set has been offered as one lot at auction] (6)
TASMANIA - Postal History
1899 & 1901 OPSO lettersheets (2, one with oval 'MONEY ORDER OFFICE/HOBART/& SAVINGS BANK' d/s in blue), four forms with oval 'TELEGRAPH OFFICE/HOBART' datestamp (2 different) or similar types for Launceston & Zeehan, and a 1903 GB private letter card with '("3")D/MORE TO PAY' h/s, condition variable. (7)
No longer available
VICTORIA - Barred Numerals
0 80 different duplex cancels on 1870s-1880s OHMS Franked lettersheets, generally good to very fine strikes, a few offices with more than one type. (80)
WESTERN AUSTRALIA - Postal History
1901 commercial usage to Germany of Victorian 1d Postal Card posted aboard ship, uprated with WA 2d yellow tied by Fremantle duplex.
Envelopes 1867 3kr 10kr 15kr & 25kr plus Levant 3sdi 10sdi & 25sdi, some soiling, unused; Postal Cards 1867 2kr with different thimble cds (3), 1885-1900 four up-rated to foreign destinations including Denmark and America. (11)
BRITISH WEST INDIES