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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
1282   imageNew Zealand, 1931 (Nov.) Airmail to London, with C1-3. Two (2) covers, one is Sydney-London "Christmas mail" postmarked Nov 12, 1931 in Auckland, and flown by Kingsford-Smith on last segment to London. Franked with C1-3. Other is a cover with C1-3 postmarked Nov 9, 1931, one day pre-First Day, and also flown to London on same flights from Australia.
Estimate $300 - 400. (Image)
Est. $300-400
SOLD for $300.00
Will close during Public Auction
1283 NZAMC No. 56d, 56g imageNew Zealand, 1931 (Nov. 9) Pre-First Day Usage of Scott C1-3 on Flown Covers (NZAMC 56d, 56g). Two (2) covers postmarked Nov 9, 1931 in Highfield, franked with C1-3 plus regular issues, one day prior to official issue of the airmails. One cover flown by Imperial Airways to Athens, Greece (special Greek airmail reception cachet); the other by combined Canada/U.S. service to Port au Prince, Haiti. Only recorded NZ cover flown on this acceptance to Haiti via Canadian/U.S.services. Franking with C1-3 pre-FD scarce.
NZAMC $150 ($124). (Image)
NZAMC $150 ($124)

SOLD for $450.00
Will close during Public Auction
1284 NZAMC No. 58 imageNew Zealand, 1931 (Nov. 11-12) NZ Christmas Airmail via ANA Sydney-London Special Flight (NZAMC 58). Two (2) covers, one postmarked Christchurch Nov 11, 1931 and the other Wellington Nov 12, forwarded to Sydney for flight of "Southern Sun" to London. Plane crashed in Malaya and mail was flown from there to London in "Southern Star" by Kingsford-Smith. Jusqu'a markings cancel airmail in London. Covers forwarded by surface to final destination in India and Sweden. Red box cachets on back. Outstanding covers worth far more than catalogue price.
NZAMC $120 ($99). (Image)
NZAMC $120 ($99)

SOLD for $160.00
Will close during Public Auction
1285   imageNew Zealand, 1932-45 Airmail NZ-USA Showing Changes in Rates. Seventeen (17) mostly commercial envelopes showing changes in airmail rates during the period. Included are difficult WWII rates and routes. Should be seen to be appreciated.
Estimate $500 - 750. (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image 5) (Image 6) (Image 7) (Image)
Est. $500-750
SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
1286   imageNew Zealand, 1932-35 Incorrectly Franked Airmail. Four (4) examples of covers that were incorrectly franked. First, to Wooster, Ohio (1932), with postal stamp "Not paid for United States Air Mail Service", second to Kent, U.K. (1935) with postal stamp "Paid for United States Air Mail Service only", and two airmail covers addressed to England and to Switzerland, held for additional postage in Taupo (1934) and Kopeopeo (1935).
Estimate $200 - 300. (Image 2) (Image)
Est. $200-300
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1287 NZAMC No. 82a, 82b, 94 imageNew Zealand, 1932-33 First NZ Acceptances Persion Gulf on New Imperial Airways Route (NZAMC 82a, 82b, 94). Nov 18, 1932 and Mar 31, 1933. Mail left NZ on Nov 18 bound for service to Bahrein and Muscat on the newly redirected Imperial Airways Karachi-London route. Two (2) covers postmarked in Wellington on the 18th, one addressed to Bahrein and one to Sharja, both with cachet. Additionally, third cover left on Mar 31 for first NZ acceptance to Kuwait on expanded route. Only 21 pieces accepted in NZ for Muscat, 33 for Bahrein, 39 for Kuwait.
NZAMC $450 ($371). (Image 2) (Image)
NZAMC $450 ($371)

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1288 NZAMC No. 72a, 72b imageNew Zealand, 1932 (Feb. 21) North Otego Flood Emergency Air Flights (NZAMC 72a, 72b). Two(2) covers, one flown Oamaru-Christchurch by Findley, the other Dunedin-Christchurch by Wilkes, both signed by pilot, Feb 21, 1932. Only 40 covers recorded fom Oamaru and 10 from Dunedin.
NZAMC $775 ($639). (Image)
NZAMC $775 ($639)

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1289 NZAMC No. 72b imageNew Zealand, 1932 (Feb. 21) North Otago Flood Emergency Air Flights (NZAMC 72b). Cover flown from Dunedin to Christchurch Feb 21, 1932 by Squadron Leader Wilkes due to rail and roads being washed out by floods. Pmkd in Dunedin Feb 20, 9:30 PM. Only 10 items recorded.
NZAMC $400 ($330). (Image)
NZAMC $400 ($330)

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
1290   imageNew Zealand, 1932 (June 30) Acceptances to the Middle East for Imperial Airlines service. Two (2) covers, one to Persia and one to Iraq, flown on first acceptance flight from Auckland June 30, 1932.
Estimate $250 - 350. (Image)
Est. $250-350
SOLD for $120.00
Will close during Public Auction
1291 NZAMC No. 79a, 79b imageNew Zealand, 1932 (June 30) Acceptances Imperial Airways via Karachi-Cairo Route from Auckland (NZAMC 79a, 79b). On June 30, 1932 airmail was finally accepted direct from NZ to points in Africa via Imperial Airways. Four (4) covers, one to Kenya and the others to So. Rhodesia, Sudan and Egypt flown on the first acceptance flight. Official cachet on all but Egypt cover.
NZAMC $510 ($420). (Image)
NZAMC $510 ($420)

SOLD for $325.00
Will close during Public Auction
1292 NZAMC No. 79b, 79c imageNew Zealand, 1932 (June 30) First Air Mail Connections to Southern Africa via Imperial Airways Air Services (NZAMC 79b, 79c). Two covers that were part of First NZ acceptance for transport by the Imperial Airways Karachi-Cairo-Cape Town route June 30, 1932. One cover to Nyasaland and other to South West Africa. Both with official cachets.
NZAMC $300 ($247). (Image)
NZAMC $300 ($247)

SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
1293 NZAMC No. 80b, 80c imageNew Zealand, 1932 (July 15) Acceptances to Southern Africa from Wellington (NZAMC 80b, 80c). Two (2) covers flown from Wellington on first acceptance for service to Southern Africa on Imperial Airways combined Karachi-Cairo-Capetown route. One (registered) to Capetown, the other to Rhodesia. Official cachets on both. Only 46 covers accepted for Rhodesia and Nyasaland, 55 for South Africa.
NZAMC $400 ($330). (Image)
NZAMC $400 ($330)

SOLD for $180.00
Will close during Public Auction
1294   imageNew Zealand, 1932 (Sep. 16) Gisborne Earthquake Emergency Air Flight. Large OHMS unfranked envelope from Postmaster in Gisborne addressed to the Chief Postmaster in Napier which held telegrams from Gisborne unable to be forwarded due to earthquake damage the previous day. Flown to Hastings, where postmarked on receipt. Signed by pilot.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Image)
Est. $2,000-3,000
SOLD for $1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
1295   imageNew Zealand, 1932 (Sep. 16) Gisborne Earthquake Emergency Air Flight. Large OHMS unfranked envelope from Postmaster in Gisborne addressed to the Secretary, General Post Office, Wellington, which enclosed newspapers showing earthquake damage from previous day. Postmarked Gisborne Sep 16 at 2:15 PM. Flown to Hastings and then by overnight railway to Wellington.
Estimate $2,000 - 3,000. (Image)
Est. $2,000-3,000
CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
1296 NZAMC No. 90b imageNew Zealand, 1933 (Mar. 2) First NZ Acceptance for Australia-Salamaua Airmail Service (NZAMC 90b). On Mar 2, 1933 mail was accepted in Wellington for the first time for the Port-Moresby to Salamaua, New Guinea, Guinea Airways service. This cover, postmarked in Wellington on the 2nd and Sydney on the 7th, was flown on the inaugural acceptance flight. Only 36 covers accepted for first flight. Grossly undercatalogued.
NZAMC $100 ($82). (Image)
NZAMC $100 ($82)

SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction
1297 NZAMC No. 95a, 95d, var. imageNew Zealand, 1933 (May) Inter-Island and Ferrymans Strike Emergency Air Flights Across Cook Strait (NZAMC 95a, 95d, var.). A shipping strike between the North and South Islands led to mail-carrying emergency flights in early May, 1933 between Wellington and Blenheim. Three (3) covers, two on Wellington to Blenheim and Blenheim to Wellington flights of 4th and one on an uncatalogued Blenheim to Wellington flight of 3rd (2-inch tear on bottom).
NZAMC $500 for 1st 2 ($412). (Image 2) (Image)
NZAMC $500 for 1st 2 ($412)

SOLD for $275.00
Will close during Public Auction
1298 NZAMC No. 96a, 96b imageNew Zealand, 1933 (May 29-30) Hawkes Bay Flood Emergency Flights (NZAMC 96a, 96b). Heavy flooding in the area led to mail being flown from Hastings to Gisborne on May 29, 1933 and returm on May 30. Two covers, one flown in each direction, both signed by pilot.
NZAMC $440 ($363). (Image)
NZAMC $440 ($363)

SOLD for $130.00
Will close during Public Auction
1299 NZAMC No. 97c, 97d, 97f imageNew Zealand, 1933 (Sep. 2) First NZ Acceptances via Hart Air Services and Matthews Aviation in Australia (NZAMC 97c, 97d, 97f). On Sep 2, 1933, NZ airmail was first accepted for sercice by Hart Air Services Melbourne to Whitemark and to Launceston. On Nov 18 NZ airmail was accepted for the Matthews Aviation service Melbourne to Currie. Three covers, one flown on each inaugural. Only 25 NZ covers to Whitemark, 20 to Launceston, 5 to Currie.
NZAMC $450 ($371). (Image 2) (Image)
NZAMC $450 ($371)

SOLD for $170.00
Will close during Public Auction
1300 NZAMC No. 112b, 112c imageNew Zealand, 1934 (Nov. 30) NZ Acceptances for Empire Route Extension from Singapore to Brisbane (NZAMC 112b, 112c). Mail closed in Auckland on Nov 30, 1934 for carriage on the extended Empire Route Dec 10 in Brisbane. Six (6) covers, four flown all the way to London, two transferred to Southern Africa route in Cairo and then one flown to Sudan and one to Northern Rhodesia. Includes NZAMC 112b (4 covers), 112c (2 covers).
NZAMC $440 ($363). (Image 2) (Image 3) (Image 4) (Image)
NZAMC $440 ($363)

SOLD for $225.00
Will close during Public Auction
1301   imageNew Zealand, 1935 Imperial Airways New Timetable. Three covers flown soon after new timetables were announced. NZ-Nova Scotia with new timetable between Calcutta and Croydon (airmail in London); NZ to London with similar schedule change (OHMS cover);add'l changes between Singapore and Calcutta for NZ-London cover.
Estimate $200 - 300. (Image 2) (Image)
Est. $200-300
SOLD for $110.00
Will close during Public Auction

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