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Displaying 14 Lots in Category - VICTORIA Postal History


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Quality

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Estimate

Realised

467

PS

Box of collector's postal stationery duplicates so nothing earth-shattering but could be an appealing lot for someone getting started, especially at around $1 per item! (200+)

240.00

$260.00






468

C

Bundle of mostly pre-1890s covers with some better frankings including 1873 with 3d orange, 6d & 1/- pair, 1874 with 6d & 9d x3, 1884 with 3d orange pair & Stamp Duty 3/- purple/blue (torn before being affixed) etc, also noted 1882 with Bell 1d & boxed 'UNCLAIMED AT/RICHMOND' h/s, 1877 & 1879 covers with 'UP TRAIN/MG3' or '.../GM4' (error) b/s etc, condition very mixed. Ex Rod Moreton. (18)

400.00T

$380.00T




469

C

1870s covers from goldmining towns of Black Hill, Clunes, Trentham & Castlemaine - the last containing Devonshire Reef Gold Mining letter & 'SCRIP CERTIFICATE' - also 1855 outers with Woodblock 6d single ir pair, & 1877 cover from Digby. Ex Rod Moreton. (7)

200.00T

$170.00T








470

C

Selection of 1860s to 1880s covers with various Laureate frankings including 1d circular rate, 2d on Valentine envelope, 2d & 4d x2 with Melbourne "killers", 2d strip of 3 & 6d to Tasmania, 6d cancelled with '52' of Launceston, four registered items, numeral and duplex interest, condition very mixed. (43)

600.00

$500.00



471

C

Useful group including 1856 entire Geelong-Melbourne with Half-Length 1d & 3d, 1870s covers to New Zealand carried by various ships (8) etc, condition variable. (13)

150.00

$115.00



472

CL

A-

1843 (March 28) stampless entire from GB to "Geelong/Port Phillip/NSWales" rated "1/4" (double-rate) in red & "6" in black, Falmouth cds & oval 'PAID SHIP LETTER/LONDON' d/s both in red on the face, oval 'SHIP LETTER/[crown]/AU*17/1843/MELBOURNE' b/s in red. Unusually fine inwards item.

90.00T

No longer available


473

C

B

1847 entire from Melbourne (b/s) to "Mount Gambier" rated "1/-", fine 'THE GLENELG/PORT PHILLIP' transit b/s, minor soiling.

250.00

$270.00




474

C

A-

1852 entire to "Oaklands/Mount Gambier" headed "McCraig's Station/three miles past the Grange" with fine 'GRANGE/VICTORIA' b/s & rated "1s1d", light vertical fold.

200.00

$150.00






477

C

B

1857 part-outer to England with exceptional franking of a very fine Woodblock 6d orange corner example Serpentine Roulette 10 at top & Serrated Roulette 18-19 elsewhere SG 61 tied by superb BN '1', very fine 'FALMOUTH SHIP LETTER' cds on face & reverse. Ex Rod Moreton. [The stamp is Pos 1 from the lower pane]

2500.00T

$4,600.00T














478

C

B/C

1857-61 three covers each with the stamps cancelled by manuscript lines or squiggles & endorsed on the flaps "Clunes/12 dec" (1857; PO opened -/10/1857; the flap can be opened-out), "Wannon/Feby 20 1861" (PO opened 1/2/1861) or "Euroa/24 7 60" (the datestamp may have been lost), the second item torn across the face. Very scarce goldmining trio. Ex Rod Moreton. (3)

400.00T

$320.00T




481

C

B

1859 cover to Adelaide (arrival cds on the face) with fine Shilling Octagonal Perf 12 tied by bold BN '1' of Melbourne (b/s), all-over soiling. Scarce inter-Colonial usage.

200.00

No longer available


482

C

B

1861 OHMS entire to 'AVOCA' (b/s) with good strike of the rare boxed 'PAID AT/COCHRANE' h/s, oval transit b/s of 'DUNOLLY' & 'MARYBOROUGH'. Ex Rod Moreton.

750.00T

$575.00T




485

C

B

1872 cover from New Zealand with 3d Chalon tied by Wellington duplex, addressed "BLHouston Esq/Club/Melbourne", numerous endorsements on reverse including "Not a member of the Melbourne Club", "Do Do Athenaeum & Yorick Clubs", "Not known at Union Club", "Not known Port Phillip Club Hotel" etc etc, the flap torn. A marvellous social history document.

250.00

$360.00






488

C

B

1899 cover to Scotland, the rear panel with all-over illustration of the Royal Hotel, opened a little roughly but not affecting the reverse.

100.00T

No longer available


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