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AUSTRALIAN STATES

Auction # 137

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AUSTRALIAN STATES : Queensland.
Queensland.
Queensland.
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1880 2/- Blue Queen Victoria Postal Fiscal in fine mint hinged condition. Sg 120. Catalogue Value $252.00.1880 2/- Blue Queen Victoria Postal Fiscal in fine mint hinged condition. Sg 120. Catalogue Value $252.00.
60
48
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South Australia.
South Australia.
2
Selection of 17 different mint stamps from 1867 to 1911 comprised of Sg No's 27, 112 (no gum), 131, 133, 147, 148, 293-297, 017, 019, 033 and 036. Catalogue Value 602.00. Also 1914-18 1d Red strip of 4 and 1d Black-Brown strip of 6 Single Wmk KGV MLH with slight faults and 1990 $20.00 Painting O/P Specimen corner pair MUH.Selection of 17 different mint stamps from 1867 to 1911 comprised of Sg No's 27, 112 (no gum), 131, 133, 147, 148, 293-297, 017, 019, 033 and 036. Catalogue Value 602.00. Also 1914-18 1d Red strip of 4 and 1d Black-Brown strip of 6 Single Wmk KGV MLH with slight faults and 1990 $20.00 Painting O/P Specimen corner pair MUH.
170
190
sold
3
1886-96 2/6, 5/-, 10/-, 15/- and 1 Postage and Revenue perf 11-12 Long Tom CTO without gum. 2/6 creased and 10/- with tone spot. Sg 195a-199a. Catalogue Value 389.00.1886-96 2/6, 5/-, 10/-, 15/- and 1 Postage and Revenue perf 11-12 Long Tom CTO without gum. 2/6 creased and 10/- with tone spot. Sg 195a-199a. Catalogue Value 389.00.
200
160
sold
4
1902 1/- Brown Thin Postage Long Tom error 1902 1/- Brown Thin Postage Long Tom error "Postage" and "One Shilling" printed in Red-Brown fine postally used. Minor surface abrasion at right. Ceremuga certificate states genuine in all respects. [ACSC states postally used is scarcer than mint]. ACSC S30A. Sg 275c. Catalogue Value $2,000.00.
750
600
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5
Selection of 106 mostly used stamps including imperf and roulette issues, varying duplication and the odd fault. Noted 1869 1d Deep Yellow-Green Queen Vic roulette MLH, 1870 3d on 4d in Red on Dull Ultramarine perf 10 Queen Vic FU and 1886 10/- Green Postage and Revenue perf 11-12 Long Tom CTO with gum. High catalogue value.Selection of 106 mostly used stamps including imperf and roulette issues, varying duplication and the odd fault. Noted 1869 1d Deep Yellow-Green Queen Vic roulette MLH, 1870 3d on 4d in Red on Dull Ultramarine perf 10 Queen Vic FU and 1886 10/- Green Postage and Revenue perf 11-12 Long Tom CTO with gum. High catalogue value.
150
225
sold
6
Selection of 220 used stamps including imperf and roulette issues, perforation and watermark variations with some duplication. Mixed condition.
100
225
sold
7
Selection of 89 good used stamps including few imperf and roulette issues with some perforation and watermark variations. Odd duplicate and fault. Catalogue Value over 600.00.
200
225
sold
8
The Postage Stamps of South Australia published by the Philatelic Society of South Australia. Dust cover fair. Also Stanley Gibbons 1897 Stamps of the British Empire catalogue in remarkably good condition.
40
130
sold
Tasmania.
Tasmania.
9
1819 Inwards entire from London addressed to John Drummond Esquire, Naval Officer at the Derwent, Van Diemans Land with Paid Ship letter, 6 JA 1819, London Postal Marking and manuscript 1/9 rate marking. John Drummond was appointed as the Naval Officer in February 1815 and his duties included collecting duty on goods and liquor in addition to acting as Treasurer of the Police Fund. John Drummond and his sister-in-law appeared in court in September 1817, jointly charged with the murder of his child, but was not convicted due to lack of evidence. He was dismissed never to be reappointed in November 1817. This letter is from his brother who is imploring him to return to England because his wages are so poor, apparently being unaware he had been dismissed over a year earlier. One of the earliest inward covers to Tasmania.1819 Inwards entire from London addressed to John Drummond Esquire, Naval Officer at the Derwent, Van Diemans Land with Paid Ship letter, 6 JA 1819, London Postal Marking and manuscript 1/9 rate marking. John Drummond was appointed as the Naval Officer in February 1815 and his duties included collecting duty on goods and liquor in addition to acting as Treasurer of the Police Fund. John Drummond and his sister-in-law appeared in court in September 1817, jointly charged with the murder of his child, but was not convicted due to lack of evidence. He was dismissed never to be reappointed in November 1817. This letter is from his brother who is imploring him to return to England because his wages are so poor, apparently being unaware he had been dismissed over a year earlier. One of the earliest inward covers to Tasmania.
3500
2800
R
10
Accumulation of thousands of used Pictorial Definitive issues mainly off paper in shoebox. Predominately 1d Red Mount Wellington. Ideal lot for the postmark collector.
100
1100
sold
Western Australia.
Western Australia.
11
1854 4d Pale Blue Swan with variety 1854 4d Pale Blue Swan with variety "Tilted border" FU with 4 margins, close at lower right, cancelled by No 8 numeral postmark of Fremantle. Sg 3i. Catalogue Value 1,300.00.
600
480
R
Australian States.
Australian States.
12
Accumulation of over 1,500 used stamps, plus small range of Kangaroo and KGV issues in Lighthouse stockbook and on album pages. All States represented with varying duplication.
80
325
sold
13
Accumulation of many thousands of used stamps off paper in shoebox. Predominately South Australian with heavy duplication.
250
375
sold