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Great Britain and the British Commonwealth continued...

British Commonwealth: New Zealand - The Barry Scott Airmail Collection continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
1242 E   imageNew Zealand, Airmail, 1937, stamp design competition unaccepted artists essay, July 1936, composite essay (153 x 88 mm) for a 6d air mail stamp by James Berry, hand-drawn in pen and ink and heightened in white with a cut-to-shape photo of the Short S.23 Empire Flying Boat "Canopus" superimposed, Very Fine, rare and attractive.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (Image)
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1243 E   imageNew Zealand, Airmail, 1937, stamp design competition unaccepted artists essay, 3d value showing a short S.23 Empire flying boat in flight, the aircraft registered as G-ADHM "Caledonia" of Imperial Airways Limited was delivered to the airline on 4 December 1936, large format, Very Fine.
Estimate $1,000 - 1,500. (Image)
Est. $1,000-1,500
SOLD for $1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1244 NZAMC No. 3 imageNew Zealand, 1919 (Dec. 6) Canterbury (NZ) Aviation Co. Ltd. (NZAMC 3). Unofficial publicity drop mail over Christchurch by J.C. Mercer, advertising the movie "Sporting Life". Includes printed letter insert stating "Save This as a souvenir of the First Aerial Mail Delivery in Christchurch". Only 2 covers known.
NZAMC $4,000 ($3,296). (Image)
NZAMC $4,000 ($3,296)

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1245 NZAMC No. 4b imageNew Zealand, 1919 (Dec. 16) Dargaville-Auckland Trial Flight (NZAMC 4b). George B. Bolt flew a Boeing seaplane from Auckland to Dargaville and return. This Tuck postcard was on the return flight from Dargaville. There was no airmail surcharge.
NZAMC $1,200 ($989). (Image)
NZAMC $1,200 ($989)

SOLD for $800.00
Will close during Public Auction
1246 NZAMC No. 26 imageNew Zealand, 1920 (Oct. 19) Wanganui-Hastings Pioneer Flight (NZAMC 26). Captain R. Russell flew 22 pieces of mail from Wanganui to Dannevirke to Hastings. Postal marking "PER AEROPLANE" and Wanganui 18 Oct 5:30 PM postmark (held until next morning) ties 2d franking. No airmail surcharge required. Only 3 covers known.
NZAMC $1,800 ($1,483). (Image)
NZAMC $1,800 ($1,483)

SOLD for $1,400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1247   imageNew Zealand, 1921 (Feb. 6) Experimental Service Christchurch-Ashburton-Timaru. For a period Jan 31-Apr 7, 1921 a weekday experimental service was operated by Canterbury (NZ) Aviation Co. This cover was flown from Christchurch to Ashburton during the second week, Feb 6. Official "AERIAL POST." black cachet applied twice.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1248 NZAMC No. 27a imageNew Zealand, 1921 (Jan. 31) Christchurch-Ashburton Inaugural Regular Service (NZAMC 27a). First flight of contract service by Canterbury (NZ) Aviation Ltd. Handstruck "AERIAL MAIL" marking. Underpaid 2d, uncollected, as 6d airmail was a surcharge on 2d surface rate. Roughly opened at top resulting in several tears. Only 9 pieces flown Christchurch to Ashburton.
NZAMC $2,000 ($1,648). (Image)
NZAMC $2,000 ($1,648)

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1249   imageNew Zealand, 1921 (Feb. 1) Timaru-Christchurch Second Day Service. Cover flown on second day of regular weekday service. Backstamped Christchurch Feb 1. 2d underpaid since correct rate was 2d surface plus 6d airmail surcharge. Double the deficiency collected. Mail flown after the inaugural date is scarce.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1250   imageNew Zealand, 1921 (Feb. 19) Experimental Service Christchurch-Ashburton-Timaru. For a period Jan 31-Apr 7, 1921 a weekday experimental service was operated by Canterbury (NZ) Aviation Co. This cover was flown from Timaru to Christchurch on Feb 19. Additional Express Delivery Service paid by 6d (damaged) Express Delivery stamp.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1251 NZAMC No. 28a imageNew Zealand, 1921 (May 9) Auckland-Whangarei Inaugural Contract Service (NZAMC 28a). George B. Bolt piloted a Supermarine Channel flying boat that carried the first flight mail from Auckland to Whangarei and return. This cover flown from Auckland. Postmarked previous afternoon and held for flight. Correctly rated at 2d surface plus 4d airmail surcharge. Only 21 pieces of mail flown.
NZAMC $1,200 ($989). (Image)
NZAMC $1,200 ($989)

CLOSED
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1252   imageNew Zealand, 1921 (July 2) Regular Week Day Service Between Auckland and Whangarei. For a period May 9-July 30, 1921, a regular week day service was offered by Walsh Bros. and Dexter Ltd. This cover flown from Whangarei on July 2nd. One-line "Per Aerial Post." cachet applied.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $425.00
Will close during Public Auction
1253   imageNew Zealand, 1921 (July 6) Regular Week Day Service Between Auckland and Whangarei. For a period May 9-July 30, 1921, a regular weekday service was offered by Walsh Bros. and Dexter Ltd. This cover flown from Whangarei on July 6th. Signed by pilot. One-line "Per Aerial Post." cachet applied.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
SOLD for $400.00
Will close during Public Auction
1254   imageNew Zealand, 1921 (July 22) Whangarei-Auckland Commercial Mail. Mail was flown on this contract service May 9-July 30, 1921. Postal authorites ended the service as there was very little use. "Per Aerial Post" cachet used. Owner states only 9 items flown this date.
Estimate $1,500 - 2,000. (Image)
Est. $1,500-2,000
SOLD for $750.00
Will close during Public Auction
1255   imageNew Zealand, 1926 (April 14) Prepaid U.S. Internal Airmail Service. Cover mailed from Feilding to Ann Arbor, Michigan, surface to San Francisco (1.5d), 2 zones of Gov't Transcontinental Route SF to Chicago (Chicago Airmail backstamp of May 16th), CAM 7 Chicago-Detroit, surface to destination. Correct 18c US airmail franking. Earliest recorded connection from New Zealand via United States internal air services.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Image)
Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $3,250.00
Will close during Public Auction
1256 NZAMC No. 33a imageNew Zealand, 1929 (June 18) Earthquake Emergency Flight Christchurch-Westport (NZAMC 33a). A batch of letters arrived from Australia on the 18th, a day after a devastating earthquake hit the upper portion of the West Coast of the South Island. Captain Buckley and Captain Burrell flew this mail from Christchurch to Westport. They both signed this cover. Roughly opened at top. Very few pieces of mail flown.
NZAMC $1,500 ($1,236). (Image)
NZAMC $1,500 ($1,236)

SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
1257 NZAMC No. 34b imageNew Zealand, 1929 (June 21) Karamea Earthquake Emergency Flights (NZAMC 34b). Captain Burrell flew small amounts of mail between Westport and Karamea on June 21 and 22nd. This cover, signed by him, flown from Karamea to Westport and on to Christchurch on 21st. Roughly opened at top. Owner states only 4 pieces of mail flown.
NZAMC $1,500 ($1,236). (Image)
NZAMC $1,500 ($1,236)

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1258   imageNew Zealand, 1929 (June 29) Karamea Earthquake Emergency Flights. A flight was undertaken from Christchurch to Westport in order to bring mechanics to the site of Burrell's damaged plane. Some mail was carried on this flight. This piece was sent by rail from Dannevirke to Wellington and from Wellington to Lyttelton, then by interisland ferry and finally placed on the June 29th flight. Research by owner; not listed in NZAMC.
Estimate $750 - 1,000. (Image)
Est. $750-1,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1259 NZAMC No. 36j, 36l imageNew Zealand, 1930 NZ Acceptances of Airmail to be flown by ANA in Australia (NZAMC 36j, 36l). Mail was sent by steamer from Wellington to Sydney, where it was placed on ANA airplanes to Brisbane and Melbourne via inaugural acceptance flights. Surface rate to Australia 1d, air surcharge 3d. These two covers were on the respective first flights. 8 covers flown to Melbourne, 10 to Brisbane.
NZAMC $300 ($247). (Image)
NZAMC $300 ($247)

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1260   imageNew Zealand, 1930 Mail from NZ Flown Trans-Continental in the U.S. on way to NY and U.K. Two covers, one mailed in 1930 in Timaru, NZ, the other in Wellington, and sent by steamship to San Francisco, then by CAM 17 airmail Oakland to NY, one then by steamship to U.K., other by surface to Rutherford, NJ. Note Jusqu'a marking applied in NY cancelling further airmail on the U.K. bound cover. ""Ferry Station"" handstamp on both.
Estimate $200 - 300. (Image)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1261 NZAMC No. 36r imageNew Zealand, 1930 NZ Acceptances for airmail dispatched through Canada (NZAMC 36r). Two covers, one sent via the initial acceptance (July 29, 1930) for airmail service through Canada to England, and the other a later acceptance for airmail service in Canada to Toronto. First cover left Auckland onboard S.S. Niagara July 29 and arrived in Vancouver on August 15. Air service to NY where Jusqu'a markings applied, and then by steamer to England. Second cover left Christchurch June 5, 1931 and traveled via steamer S.S. Makura from Wellington to Vancouver and then by air to Toronto.
NZAMC $150 for July 29 cover ($124). (Image)
NZAMC $150 for July 29 cover ($124)

CLOSED
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