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Auction: 140 - Lot number: 457 << Previous   Next >>

Category: "What Happened to That?" - Taxed for Deficient Postage

Description: 'DEFICIENT POSTAGE' MARKINGS - LAUNCESTON: 1891 cover to Victoria with Sideface 2d only and manuscript "X" cancel, bold strike of the 'LAUNCESTON'-in-bars "killer" alongside, good strike of the rare 'Deficient Postage ("4")/Fine ("2") - TO PAY ("4d")' h/s applied & endorsed "Defaced Stamp", 'T ("4d")'-in-oval applied at Melbourne (b/s) & Victorian 4d Postage Due tied by boxed Letter Carrier d/s, minor blemishes. Ex Purves & Askeland.

Listed in: Postage Dues , TASMANIA , Postmarks , postmarks - instructional markings , AUSTRALIAN COLONIES General , AUSTRALIA , Postal History , Postmen , VICTORIA

Estimate: AUD$ 400.00T

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Item was sold for: $300.00T