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ANGUILLA continued...
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
761 V image1967 'Independent/Anguilla' Overprints on St Kitts-Nevis 25c White-Crowned Pigeon with the Watermark Inverted SG 11w, CTO Cat £80.

Grade A A1 (Image1)

Estimate AU$80

SOLD for AU$60.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
762 c image1967-68 'ANGULLA' Pictorials 1c Mahogony Tree strip of 3 & 5c Plantation House on unsealed commercial cover to USA with cds of '5DE/67', tiny blemishes. Presumably contained a Christmas card, sent at the Printed Matter rate. Very scarce.

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$100

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
763 nh image1969 'INDEPENDENCE/JANUARY, 1969' Overprints 1c to 40c SG 52a-j plus the unlisted 20c 60c $1 $2.50 & $5, unmounted. [Gibbons state that only values to 40c have been seen on commercial mail & apparently treats the unlisted values as unissued. Quite perverse!] (Qty 15)

Grade A B1 (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$46.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
764 cO image1969 'INDEPENDENCE/JANUARY, 1969' Overprints 1c to 40c SG 52a-j plus the unlisted 20c 60c $1 $2.50 & $5 all tied to large printed FDC by 'ANGUILLA/9JAN69/FIRST DAY OF ISSUE' cds, registered to GB with boxed R h/s and two strikes of the '1967-69/ANGUILLA'S INDEPENDENCE/FROM ST. KITTS-NEVIS' in the same ink, London arrival b/s of 11JA69, minor blemishes. [Gibbons state that only values to 40c have been seen on commercial mail & apparently treats the unlisted values as unissued. Quite perverse! This cover, while philatelic, clearly passed through the mail and arrived in London after only two days]

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$115.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
765 c image1969 'INDEPENDENCE/JANUARY, 1969' Overprints 2c 4c 6c 15c & 40c plus the unlisted 20c & 60c tied to philatelic airmail cover to Texas by 'ANGUILLA/26MAR69/VALLEY' cds. [Gibbons state that only values to 40c have been seen on commercial mail & apparently treats the unlisted values as unissued. Quite perverse!]

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$75

SOLD for AU$60.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
766 long cover image1969 'INDEPENDENCE/JANUARY, 1969' Overprints 15c 25c & 40c plus the unlisted 20c 60c $1 & $2.50 tied to philatelic airmail cover to GB by 'ANGUILLA/8APR69/VALLEY' cds. [Gibbons state that only values to 40c have been seen on commercial mail & apparently treats the unlisted values as unissued. Quite perverse!]

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$115.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
767 PSE imagePOSTAL STATIONERY - AEROGRAMMES: 1967 'INDEPENDENT/ANGUILLA' Overprint on St Christopher Nevis Anguilla QEII 5c blue/blue aerogramme HG FG1, unused.

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$100

SOLD for AU$80.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
768 c imagePOSTAL HISTORY: 1967 apparently commercial airmail cover to "Charlotte Amelie/St Thomas" (US Virgin Islands) correctly rated with 'Independent/Anguilla' Overprints 20c Boat Building SG 10 tied by 'ANGUILLA/4OC/67/VALLEY' cds. Very scarce postally used, especially on correctly rated mail.

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$250

SOLD for AU$290.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
769 c imagePOSTAL HISTORY: 1970 cover endorsed "FORCES MAIL" by air to Berkshire with Machin 5d tied by 'FIELD POST OFFICE/30NO/70/1046' cds in used at Anguilla, sender's endorsement "Pache APU BFPO 643" on the flap. [FPO 1046 was used on Anguilla -.4.1969 to -.11.1970]

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$50

SOLD for AU$38.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
770 c imagePOSTAL HISTORY: c.1970 apparently commercial airmail cover from St Thomas (US Virgin Islands) to "West End/Anguilla" with US 10c tied by straight-line 'ANGUILLA AIRWAYS' h/s.

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$100

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
ANTIGUA
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
771 c imagePOSTAL HISTORY: 1932 Clarke Steamship Co Ltd 'Canadian Trade Exhibition Cruise' envelope airmail to Canada with KGV 1/- pair tied 'ST. JOHNS/JA21/1932/ANTIGUA' cds, carried by PanAm FAM-5/6 'Lindbergh Circle' service to Miami (Florida) and onwards by domestic airmail, a couple of minor blemishes. This cruise was undertaken in the midst of the Great Depression in the hope that the West Indies would replace existing American imports with products from Canada under an appeal to their common associations with Britain. It attracted exhibits from sixty-five Canadian manufacturers plus banks, universities and trade associations, and took place on board the "New Northland" which visited fourteen Caribbean ports between Jan 11 and Feb 28, overnighting in Antigua on Jan 20.

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$80

SOLD for AU$60.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
772 c imagePOSTAL HISTORY: 1940 'On Salvation Army Service, Territorial Headquarters, Kingston, Jamaica' envelope airmail from Colonel Hodgson in Antigua to his wife in Jamaica, KGVI Pictorials 1d & 1/- tied 'ST JOHNS/MY30/40/ANTIGUA' cds, re-directed with 'KINGSTON' transit and 'MANDEVILLE/JU5/40/JAMAICA' arrival b/s, not censored, a couple of repaired edge faults at top. Unusual war-time inter-island airmail.

Grade B (Image1)

Estimate AU$80

SOLD for AU$60.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
ANTARCTICA
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
773 c imageAUSTRALIAN: 1912 Kinsey cover to Christchurch with New Zealand 1d Dominion 'VICTORIA/LAND' overprint affixed at U/R tied by 'BRIT ANTARCTIC EXPD/3MR/12' cds and Tasmania 1d Pictorial affixed at L/L tied by 'HOBART/25MR13/TASMANIA' cds, 'LOOSE SHIP'S LETTER/POSTED IN/ANTARCTICA/[penguin]/SY AURORA/AAE' cachet at U/L partly overstruck by ''AUSTRALIAN ANTARCTIC/EXPEDITION 1911/COMMANDER OF SHIP' cachet with signature "JK Davis", a couple of very minor aging marks otherwise very fine. A similar cover - without the additional handstamp & signature of the ship's commander - sold for £1320 at a London auction in March 2020. John King Davis - Douglas Mawson's deputy - purchased the ship in 1910. In late-1911 Aurora transported Mawson and his party to Macquarie Island and then to Cape Denison, which became base camp for the Expedition. She returned in late-1912 with fresh supplies and left a party to wait for Mawson who was overdue from a sledging trip. In late-1913, 'Aurora' finally picked up Mawson and the party and returned them to Hobart in February 1914.

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$1,000

SOLD for AU$1,500.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
774 c imageAUSTRALIAN: c.1930 philatelic cover with 1½d Sturt tied by superb strike of the undated 'BANZ/1930 [penguin] -31/ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXP' cachet. Superb!

Grade A+ (Image1)

Estimate AU$400

SOLD for AU$300.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
775 c imageAUSTRALIAN: c.1930 philatelic cover with 1½d Canberra tied by superb strike of the undated 'BANZ/1930 [penguin] -31/ANTARCTIC RESEARCH EXP' cachet, plus almost as fine a strike in violet across the flap. Superb!

Grade A+ (Image1)

Estimate AU$400

SOLD for AU$300.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
776 c/L imageAUSTRALIAN: 1948 (July 21) commercial cover to Perth with Lyrebird 1/- tied by Macquarie Island cds, makeshift registration cachet, transit b/s of Sydney, 'RAAF PO RATHMINES/NSW-AUST' & Perth and 'COTTESLOE' arrival b/s. The lengthy social letter refers to carriage on "the first Antarctic airmail" and also states "...It is not a bad sort of place...suppose you heard about our tragedy last week...we have not found the body yet...It is so rugged that a couple of miles a day is a good trip..." [On 4.7.1948, engineer Charles Henry Scoble died in a skiing accident when ice on a lake gave way under his weight. A replacement engineer was flown in by the RAAF and this cover was carried on the return flight] (Qty 2 items)

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$75

SOLD for AU$115.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
777 c imageAUSTRALIAN: 1960 PMG's Department generic FDC for the 2/- Map tied by 'MAWSON' cds, to New York with minor water-staining & superb 'DAMAGED BY/WATER' cachet, knife-cut at left & through the cover at the base inflicted in 2020 by Australian Customs. Double disaster cover! [Carried on MV Thala Dan which sprang a leak in the hold]

Grade C (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
778 E imageAUSTRALIAN: 1987 Antarctic Scenes (Third Issue) stampsize colour photographic essays of the five designs all denominated with the issued values endorsed below "2c 10c 20c 36c 60c", affixed to thin greenish card (230x170mm), a couple of tiny blemishes.

Grade A/A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$200

SOLD for AU$150.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
ASCENSION
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
779 og image1938-53 KGVI Pictorials 1½d black & carmine Perf 14 with Cut Mast & Railings SG 40eb, lightly mounted, Cat £130.

Grade A B1 (Image1)

Estimate AU$50

SOLD for AU$55.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM
AUSTRIA
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
780 og image1910 80th Birthday 2kr & 5kr Mi 175-6, Cat €300. (2)

Grade A B1 (Image1)

Estimate AU$50

SOLD for AU$55.00
Closing..Feb-19, 05:00 PM

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