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AUSTRALIA continued...

Commemorative Covers & Cancels
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
401 cPSE imageGroup of mostly registered covers from Philatelic Exhbitions 1934 Melbourne onwards, 1936 Brisbane & Adelaide, 1938 Newcastle & Brisbane, 1947 Newcastle x2 (printed & h/s R labels), 1950 ANPEX x2, 1951 Bendigo, 1952 Geelong, 1954 Perth, 1955 ANPEX, etc etc, Trade Fairs & Conferences including 1955 'B.E.S.L./CONFERENCE/CANBERRA' (not registered), Scout Jamborees 1952 & 1965, plus a range of modern material, etc, a few with Cinderellas, condition generally fine to very fine. (Qty 43) (Image1) Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$280.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
402 V image1928 International Philatelic Exhibition M/S with central strike of the Exhibition cds of 29OC28 (First Day of Issue) in green ACSC 133MSwb, minor faults, undercatalogued at $625. Underrated: the ACSC states "The green is quite rare". [For decades, the ACSC listed red & green inks only. However, that was an historic error for red & blue, that has been corrected in later editions. Only a small number of examples with the true green ink have been recorded: we have sold several examples for between $800 and $1000. NB: suggestions that the blue ink is an admixture of the red & green inks are nonsense]

Grade B A1- (Image1)

Estimate AU$400

SOLD for AU$300.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
Aerophilately & Flight Covers
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
403 c image1934 (May 11) 'Faith in Australia' printed Goodwill Flight cover numbered '105' of 250, to New Zealand & return with KGV 1d pair uncancelled & 2d tied by Sydney slogan plus New Zealand 1d Admiral x2 one uncancelled the other with Wellington cds of 12MY34, signed "CTP Ulm", light fold at the right, Cat $250.

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$80.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
404 nh image1940s Australian National Airways Booking Agent gummed labels strip of 4 ex booklet with left hand margin with two staple holes. Unlisted by Tom Frommer.

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$100

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
405 c image1949 Sydney-Hong Kong First Regular Service cover with blue/grey label, signed by Captain Hampshire. AAMC #218, also franked with 10c purple KGVI Hong Kong stamp cancelled 29 06 1949, a couple of minor tonespots, Cat $200.

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$55.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
Postal History
LotNo. Symbol Lot Description Estimate in AU$'s
406 cPSE image'A Postal History of Postcards' being an attractive one-frame exhibit of mostly common NSW & Victorian material but including three very desirable advertising PPCs plus 'stamp' PPCs for NSW & New Zealand (with inset view 'PUBLIC LIBRARY AUCKLAND'), condition a bit variable. (Qty 30 items) (Image1) Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$115.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
407 cPSE imagePre-World War I Military Mail with NSW 1d 'OS' Envelope with 'Cadet Corps at ["Casino"]' imprint at L/L, 1900 1d Postal Card to Malta with three part-strikes of the rare 'THE CAMP/NSW' cds (ERD & the only recorded examples on cover), 1901 1d Postal Card with message headed "Paddington Camp", and 1911 PPC 'SCEGS Sanitorium, School House, Library' to a cadet at Waverley with ...Captain/Area Officer/Training Area 19B' cachet in violet (the only such pre-WWI cachet we have seen); South Australia Postal Cards with printed advices for Tatiara Defence Rifle Club (outside) & SA Rifle Volunteer Force, PPC of school cadet, and 1911 'RECORD BOOK' re exemptions from attending military training issued to a schoolboy & details of two unit transfers with 'RIFLES CLUB OFFICE/SA' cachet in red on the reverse; Tasmania mail to militiamen at Ulverstone (1905), Forth (1910 - with '1st Battalion Tasmanian Rangers' imprint - & undated) or Ross Camp (1911 and 1913), also 1916 with 'TASMANIAN RANGERS' crest on flap and 'MILITARY CAMP 1/TASMANIA' cds to Egypt; Victoria OHMS envelope with '...COMPANY/Victorian Mounted Rifles' imprint at at L/L, minor blemishes, 1895 OHMS postcard with 'C BATTERY/Field Artillery Brigade/Albert Park' imprint at L/L, PPC headed "12-4-09 Camp/Langwarrin", YMCA Field Service Department postcard headed "Wallan/4.3.1913", and 1d Letter Card headed "13th AAMC/Lilydale/10.2.14" with 'MILITARY ENCAMPMENT/VIC' cds; condition a bit mixed. A very scarce group. (Qty 19) (Image1) Estimate AU$600

SOLD for AU$460.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
408 c imageWorld War I group including mail from Hospital Ships 'Kanowna' with large oval cachet & 'Karoola' x2 both with straight-line cachet, OHMS lettersheet with 'AUSTLN IMP FORCES/BASE POST OFFICE' cds, 1916 Comforts Fund covers with 'MILITARY CAMP 1/TASMANIA' cds in black or blue, 'The Dardenelles/Combined/LETTERETTE & REPLY SHEET' folder with two complete forms within, etc, & a range of mostly Australian naval PPCs, condition variable. A very good lot. Ex Michael Blake. (Qty 34) (Image1) Estimate AU$400

SOLD for AU$420.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
409 c imagePPCs into Australia including P&O 'SS India', variously with 'ENGLISH MAIL NSW' machine x2, Victorian 'ENGLISH MAIL' machine & 'ENG MAIL TPO/IN.../VIC' cds, a few faults. (Qty 4)

Grade B (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$46.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
410 c image1903 cover from Ceylon with QV 6c tied 'COLOMBO' cds taxed with small 'T' endorsed "15c" in blue pencil, on arrival Sydney '3d' cachet applied and Postage Dues Completed Design 1d x3 affixed with pencil cancels, some aging marks, plus three covers from Victoria (one with 'Drummond's Victoria Hotel, Hamilton' imprint) to Tatts franked with 1d pinks and taxed the first two with Postage Dues Blank At Base 4d affixed both pencil-cancelled and the other with 2d tied 'HOBART' cds, some belmishes including the usual closed spike holes. (Qty 4)

Grade B (Image1)

Estimate AU$100

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
411 c image1910 (Apr 18) WJ Little (Hobart) real photo PPC ('Bridgewater near Hobart Tas') to Russia with Pictorials ½d & 1d tied by 'BRIDGEWATER' cds, three Cyrillic cds & '4.' postman's h/s.

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$46.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
412 c image1911 (May 20) underpaid PPC (church in Launceston) to Russia with Pictorials 1d only tied by 'RINGAROOMA' cds, 'T' h/s & mss "10c", three Cyrillic cds & light strike of a 2-line h/s in violet at the base.

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$100

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
413 c image1914 (Jan 21) cover to Hobart with rare franking of Kangaroos First Wmk 1d (fault) 2d pair & 3d olive-green Die II ACSC 12D (Cat $1250 on cover) tied by 'THE EXCHANGE/NSW' cds, red & black/white R label. Very desirable First Wmk three-colour franking. Ex Martin Frischauff. [The rate was 1d Empire letter x3 + 3d registration]

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$500

SOLD for AU$380.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
414 long cover image1914 (Dec 14) registered cover to Canada with scarce franking of Engraved 6d Kookaburra (exceptional centring, short perfs at top) tied by light 'MONEY ORDER/BENALLA' cds, red/white R label, Canadian 'HOBBY CLUB' label on the flap, 'C&V RPO/BC' transit b/s & Winnipeg arrivals (one of which ties the label), readdressed locally, minor blemishes.

Grade B (Image1)

Estimate AU$460

SOLD for AU$340.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
415 c image1915 usage of Dutch KPM PPC of Sulawesi to California with KGV 1d red only tied by part-'THURSDAY ISLAND' cds, complete 93x6mm 'PASSED BY CENSOR' h/s in violet. [Between 1912 & 1918 postcards to America were accepted at the concessional rate of 1d, instead of 1½d]

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$115.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
416 c image1915 stampless OAS cover to Oxfordshire but with two obliterating bars across the address & endorsed "Return/to/writer/Official/open/&/contravenes/FS Regs/Para 11 Sec 100 (6)", the 5pp letter within headed "HQ Sigs/7 Bn 2 Bde 1st AIF/Abroad/15 4 1915" was apparently considered too descriptive of troop movements etc. [The writer was Pte James Bowhill] (Qty 2)

Grade A- (Image1)

Estimate AU$75

SOLD for AU$60.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
417 c image1915 (Apr) stampless cover endorsed on the flap "...Langwarrin/Prisoners of War Depot" & with a faint but legible strike of the rare 'PRISONERS OF WAR DEPOT/LANGWARRIN' h/s in green at left, to the Red Cross in Geneva with Melbourne cds & the scarce 'CENSORS OFFICE/GPO/MELBOURNE' h/s surmounted by 'PASSED' h/s & with unrecognised '3' h/s all in violet.

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$300

SOLD for AU$230.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
418 c image1915 The Daily Telegraph (Tasmania) complete newspaper of 'June 14, 1915' posted to Williamstown (Vic) with address hand-written at U/L of title page and KGV ½d green affixed alongside tied by complete but poorly struck 'POSTAGE PAID/LAUNCESTON TAS' cds in black (Hardinge Type 1c(iv) rated RRRRR), the stamp with minor creasing, the newspaper with minor edge faults & aging marks, plus another edition of 'March 4, 1915' posted to same addressee with Kangaroo ½d green tied by poor Launceston duplex cancel, this one with more extensive aging marks. Scarce survivors showing that newspaper wrappers were not always available or used. (Qty 2)

Grade A-/B (Image1)

Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$160.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
419 PSE image1915 (Sep 4) usage of KGV Sideface 1d red Wrapper ACSC W4 to England where forwarded to Switzerland with GB KGV ½d green added & tied by London cds. Ex Martin Frischauff. [We query if this was a permitted uprating under the UPU Regulations. It certainly created a very attractive combination franking]

Grade A (Image1)

Estimate AU$60

SOLD for AU$75.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM
420 c image1915 illustrated cover for the YMCA at Brisbane to Tasmania with very fine strike of the scarce triple-oval 'NO 1 AUSTRALIAN HOSPITAL SHIP/1NOV1915/KAROOLA' datestamp in blue-green & a spectacular second strike on the reverse, minor blemishes. Ex Michael Blake.

Grade B (Image1)

Estimate AU$150

SOLD for AU$135.00
Closing..May-19, 06:00 PM

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