Prestige Philately Auction 236 CatalogueNEW SOUTH WALES - Postmarks
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Displaying 8 Lots in Category - NEW SOUTH WALES - Postmarks
Imperfs with fine to very fine Barred Numerals '9', '20', '22' (rated RR), '24', '26', '30', '45', manuscript "46" (RRRR), superb '47', '59', superb '62', '64', '67' (RR), '71', '72', '78' (RR) & '90', six are on Sydney Views; also Rays '47' (RR), '69', '84', '111' (RR) & superb '167' of Louisa Creek (RRRR); plus Victorian Butterfly '37' on Sydney View 2d; condition of the stamps is variable but most are attractive & several have full margins. A pleasing lot.
(Qty 24 items)
Extensive collection of datestamps in eight expensive Lighthouse binders, mostly on loose stamps with strength in the 1890s-1912 period but with lots of earlier items, numerous strikes that are common to scarce post-1912 but are scarce to rare in the 'NSW' period, only minor duplication & lots of record dates, condition rather variable. Ex 'Tamiami'.
Box of covers with all-different datestamps including many scarce to rare CDS plus some Numeral content including "ties", lots of Tatts covers many of which are registered, condition rather mixed but the CDS are generally fine to very fine. Ex 'Tamiami'.
Extensive well-developed Numerals collection in eight expensive Lighthouse binders with many early types including Barred Numerals on Sydney Views, Laureates and Diadems (notably 'BN '36' of Braidwood on apparently imperf 8d), some that pre-date name changes & which are generally much scarcer than in the later periods, many dozens of RRR to RRRRR-rated strikes (some of the higher rated items are indistinct or questionable), some minor duplication, condition variable but with countless fine to superb strikes. Far & away the best collection of NSW numerals that we have offered. Ex 'Tamiami'. [The collection includes many items that are at least the equal of Hugh Freeman's illustrations, and some of which are significantly superior impressions]
Barred Numerals collection '1' to '157' including most of those rated to RRR plus very fine '113' (rated RRRR) & a couple of second types, '70' is questionable & '105' is ugly otherwise most of the strikes are fine to superb, many better stamps but the condition is rather mixed. Ex 'Tamiami'.
AUSTRALIAN CAPITAL TERRITORY: Batch of mostly commercial covers including 'CAMP ROYAL/ACT-AUST' with 'CAMP ROYAL ACT' h/s on R label, 'CANBERRA/FCT-AUST' (on a FDC, but an unrecognised rarity), 'RAAF PO/ACT-AUST' with mss R "label", 'RAAF PO CANBERRA/ACT' registered, 'DUNTROON/AUSTRALIA' & red R label on 1919 Registration Envelope, 'DUNTROON/ACT' registered, 'EASTLAKE/FCT' & red R label on Registration Envelope, rubber 'TELEGRAPHS/MANUKA ACT' arrival b/s, legible 'MOLONGLO SETTL'M'T/FCT' & a superb strike on stampless OHMS cover, 'RELIEF STAMP 1/NSW' & mss "RHINE FALLS/NSW" perversely on 'FCT' provisional label, 'WEST RIDGE/ACT' ('FCT' recut), etc; also a packet of mostly post-WWII registration labels. See also Lot 285.
(Qty 35 + labels)
Cullinga Mine: 'CULLINGA MINE/20NO1907/NSW' arrival cds on postcard addressed to "Cullinga" with 1d Arms tied 'GLADESVILLE cds of same day, a few blemishes. RO 1.10.1900; PO 19.11.1906; closed 30.11.1929.
No longer available
Telegherry: 'TELEGHERRY/-5JL13/NSW' cds on 1d Roo punctured 'OS/NSW' on piece. RO 15.4.1882; PO 1.5.1911; closed 14.12.1916. [The only recorded strike of this cds, which is the only known postmark from this office]