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GREAT BRITAIN
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate and Min. Bid in AU$'s
461 O image 1870-1935 dealer's stock in old-time stockbook with some heavy duplication of better issues including QV Surface-Printed 1855-57 6d lilac (20), 1867-80 9d straw (25), 1873-80 8d orange (20, incl. pair), 1880-83 6d on 6d (24) & 1/- orange-brown (19), 1883-84 2/6d (15) & 10/- (3), 1883 'Lilacs & Greens' with 4d (8, incl. pair), KEVII 2/6d (20) & 5/- (13), KGV Re-engraved Seahoses 5/- (20) & 10/- (3); likely postmark interesting noting 'DURSLEY' on defective QV 2/6d, & 'SKIBBEREEN' (Ireland) on KEVII 7d. Usual very mixed condition, huge catalogue value. Inspection advised. (100s) Estimate AU$800-1,200
Min. Bid. AU$600


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
462 og image 1840 (SG.2) 1d black [NG], margins close to large, with fragment of adjoining unit evident at right, large-part o.g., Cat. £12,500. A most attractive example of the world's first stamp. Photocopy of 1984 Brandon Certificate. Estimate AU$4,000-5,000
Min. Bid. AU$3,200


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
463 O image 1867-83 (SG.137) £5 Orange Plate 1 [AC] on white paper, very fine and complete 'REGISTERED/1DE89/THREADNEEDLE ST/' oval datestamp, perfect centring with full perfs. One for the connoisseur, Cat £3500.  Estimate AU$4,000-5,000
Min. Bid. AU$3,500


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
464 ogO image 1912-26 KGV Control singles with ½d green (31, one used), 1d red (42) plus two strips of 3, 1½d brown (14, one used) plus a pair, 2d orange (3), 2½d (6) plus two pairs, 3d violet (6) plus strip of 3 (faults), 4d grey-green (7) plus 9d agate pair from various printings, mostly fine mint. (115 items). Estimate AU$300-500
Min. Bid. AU$240


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
465 B image BOOKLETS: 1936 (SG.BC2-BC3) 2/- & 3/- each with KEVIII Cypher on front covers, editions #355 & #322 respectively, both complete, stamps with perf trims as is usual, Cat. £260. Estimate AU$160-200
Min. Bid. AU$120


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
GREAT BRITAIN: Postal Stationery
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate and Min. Bid in AU$'s
466 PS image Postal Cards: 1870-1901 (Huggins & Baker CP.1-41 selection) with 1870-75 ½d Lilac (3 unused, 26 used), ½d brown (5 used, 2 unused) 1¼d (10 unused, 4 used incl. 1877 used to Malta), 1878-83 ½d (3 unused, 32 used incl. 1886 with Hoster machine cancel, and ½d + ½d with printed notice for W. Lambert & Co, 1879 1d (5 unused, 20 used) & 1½d unused, 1897-1901 ½d green (8 unused, 8 used), ½d brown (6 unused, 4 used), ½d + ½d brown (5 unused & 3 used, one to Natal), condition variable, mostly fine (145 items) Estimate AU$400-500
Min. Bid. AU$300


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
467 PS image Envelopes PTPO: 1892 QV group comprising ½d + ½d used (3), and 4d + ½d unused, 1894-1902 4d + ½d (ESC292) 1897 registered use to Berlin (backstamp), plus 1/- + ½d unused (ESC336); good to very fine condition.  Estimate AU$200-250
Min. Bid. AU$150


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
468 PS image Envelopes PTPO: 1903-11 KEVII two-stamp selection comprising ½d + 3d Huggins & Baker ESC621 (2, to Leipzig endorsed "Late Fee", and a registered front to Holland), ½d + 4d ESC622 mint & unused, 1½d + 3d ESC635 unused, 1½d + 4d ESC636 used to Saxony endorsed "Late Fee", plus an unused example; good to fine condition. (7) Estimate AU$150-200
Min. Bid. AU$120


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
GREAT BRITAIN - Aerophilately & Flight Covers
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate and Min. Bid in AU$'s
469 C image 9 Sep. 1911 1d KGV tied for first day usage of the deep dull green envelope (with insert) carried on the inaugural British air mail service with special cancel, addressed to Sydney. Two examples recorded in this colour to Australia. Estimate AU$200-300
Min. Bid. AU$160


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
470 PC image 12 & 19 Sep. 1911 fourth and fifth day usages of the purple-brown postcards carried via the inaugural British air mail service, and addressed to Sydney and Melbourne respectively; the latter paid at ½d internal rate only and accordingly taxed 1d upon arrival. (2) Estimate AU$200-300
Min. Bid. AU$160

Currently Opening at...AU$160.00
Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
471 PC image 14 Sep.1911 sixth day usage of the purple-brown postcard with Organizing Committee printed inscription on reverse for inaugural British air mail service; addressed to Cessnock, N.S.W.. The only recorded example of this special printing to Australia. Estimate AU$200-300
Min. Bid. AU$160


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
472 C image 15 Mar. 1926 flight cover with typed endorsements 'ROUND TRIP', 'LONDON TO CAPE TOWN./BY AIR FROM CAPE TOWN TO LONDON' and 'ALAN J. COBHAM'S DEMONSTATION FLIGHT', boldly signed "Alan J. Cobham", posted on arrival following the return flight from Cape Town to London with GB KGV 1½d tied by LONDON W.C./MAR 15/1926' machine cancel. Approximately 18 covers were carried on the return flight.   Estimate AU$600-800
Min. Bid. AU$460


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
INDIA
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate and Min. Bid in AU$'s
473 nh image INDIAN FEUDATORY STATES - JAIPUR: 1932-46 (SG.61, 63 & 67) Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II 2anna, 3anna & 1 Rupee, marginal blocks of 4, MUH. (12). Cat.184+. Estimate AU$100-150
Min. Bid. AU$70


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
474 P image BAHAWALPUR: REVENUES: Court Fees 10r perforated sheetlet of 9 in deep green on ungummed unwatermarked paper, each unit with 'WATERLOW & SONS LIMITED/SPECIMEN' overprint & small security punch at lower-left. Gorgeous! Estimate AU$300-400
Min. Bid. AU$240


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
INDIA - Aerophilately & Flight Covers
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate and Min. Bid in AU$'s
475 C image 2 Feb. 1925 Rislapur - Ambala flown cover carried on RAF demonstration flight with large 'CALCUTTA-RISALPUR DEMONSTRATION FLIGHT/CALCUTTA/1925' cachet in violet, India KGV 1a tied by RISLAPUR '2FEB25' datestamp, AMBALA 4FEB.25 backstamp. Only 35 recorded flown to Ambala. Estimate AU$300-400
Min. Bid. AU$240


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
476 C image AEROPHILATELY: 1925 (Feb. 2) Rislapur - Calcutta cover carried on RAF demonstration flight with large 'CALCUTTA-RISLAPUR DEMONSTRATION FLIGHT/CALCUTTA/[Plane]/1925' illustrated cachet in violet and India KGV 1a tied 'RISLAPUR/2FEB25' d/s signed Flight Lieutenant Gordon on face, fine condition. [1 of only 89 carried to Nowshera]. Estimate AU$300-400
Min. Bid. AU$240


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
477 C image 2 Feb. 1925 Rislapur-Calcutta cover carried on RAF demonstration flight with large 'CALCUTTA-RISALPUR DEMONSTRATION FLIGHT/CALCUTTA/1925' cachet in violet, India KGV 1a tied by RISLAPUR '2FEB25' datestamp, signed by pilot Flight Lt Gordon. Only 124 flown; also 25 Oct. 1936  Paris-Saigon Air Race cover carried by Arnoux, Japy & Micheletti in a Caudron 'Goeland', the place crashing in Karachi with India 3p added tied by 'KARACHI AIR' datestamp and 'Voyage interrompu/le 26-10-1936 a Karachi' cachet applied. (2 items) Estimate AU$300-400
Min. Bid. AU$240


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
478 C image THE 1925 ANGLO-INDIA AIR SURVEY BY COBHAM: 18 Feb.1925 (Feb.18) Calcutta - Karachi flight by Cobham and Elliott, envelope bearing 1a. with black on magenta "By/Anglo-India Air/Survey. D.H.50" vignette alongside and triangular "Anglo-India Air Survey" cachet, signed on the reverse by Arthur Elliott, the engineer on the flight. Only 100 items carried (68 covers; 32 cards). Estimate AU$500-600
Min. Bid. AU$380


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
479 PS image 14 Feb.1927  Karachi - Delhi flight, 1a. postal stationery envelope with violet "AIR MAILS INDIA/By Light Aeroplane/with Messrs. Stack & Leete". Cancellation, on reverse "ROYAL AIR FORCE DISPLAY 1927" d.s. (18.2); very fine. Estimate AU$150-200
Min. Bid. AU$120


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM
480 image 31 May 1929 Croydon to Calcutta Flight on the “Maryland Free State”, a newspaper wrapper endorsed “printed matter”, with single line cachet handstamp (front and back) addressed to Stephen H. Smith in Calcutta, with manuscript note on back reading “J.B. Scholte / pilot G-AADZ / "Maryland Free State” / carried from London to Calcutta / June 10th, 1929″ with 10 JUN.29 Calcutta receiver. Only one cover and 13 newspapers flown. 
The Fokker aircraft (ex-PH-ADP Netherlands registry) was re-registered in the UK as G-AADZ on 8.2.1929 and named "Maryland Free State". It was written off (damaged beyond repair) when crashed on landing at Calcutta 10.6.1929. Van Lear Black's Fokker aircraft crashed at Dum Dum airport, and then was destroyed at Calcutta, India by a cyclone, though the crew of five (crew of two plus three passengers) escaped injury. Van Lear Black (also owner of the US newspaper the Baltimore Sun) travelled back to England by train, and ordered a new "Maryland Free State" to complete his planned trip from London to Tokyo.
 
Estimate AU$1,000-1,500
Min. Bid. AU$800


Closing..Feb-06, 05:00 PM

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