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Auction # 144

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AUSTRALIAN STATES : New South Wales.
New South Wales.
New South Wales.
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1850 3d Yellow-Green Sydney View imperf on Yellowish Wove Paper with 4 good margins fine used. Sg 39. Catalogue Value 325.00.1850 3d Yellow-Green Sydney View imperf on Yellowish Wove Paper with 4 good margins fine used. Sg 39. Catalogue Value 325.00.
100
75
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1897 2d (2/6) Consumptive Homes Charity issue MUH. Slight gum ageing Sg 281. Catalogue Value 250.00.1897 2d (2/6) Consumptive Homes Charity issue MUH. Slight gum ageing Sg 281. Catalogue Value 250.00.
120
140
sold
3
1897 Charity set fine used. 1d (1/-) value has light crease. Sg 280 and 281. Catalogue Value 275.00.1897 Charity set fine used. 1d (1/-) value has light crease. Sg 280 and 281. Catalogue Value 275.00.
100
80
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1860 8d Lemon-Yellow Wmk Double-lined 8 perf 12 O/P Specimen diagonally without gum, 1897 9d on 10d Red-Brown and 10d Violet Wmk Crown over NSW (II) MLH and 1880 9d on 10d Brown O/P OS without gum O/P Specimen. 10d and 9d on 10d O/P OS with minor faults.1860 8d Lemon-Yellow Wmk Double-lined 8 perf 12 O/P Specimen diagonally without gum, 1897 9d on 10d Red-Brown and 10d Violet Wmk Crown over NSW (II) MLH and 1880 9d on 10d Brown O/P OS without gum O/P Specimen. 10d and 9d on 10d O/P OS with minor faults.
75
95
sold
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1871 1d Orange-Red Wmk Crown over NSW and 2d Blue Wmk Single-lined 2 imperf Diadem reprints O/P Specimen Type 4, mint without gum. The 1d and 2d Diadem reprints were printed in August 1871 with 240 of each printed, 120 of which were overprinted 1871 1d Orange-Red Wmk Crown over NSW and 2d Blue Wmk Single-lined 2 imperf Diadem reprints O/P Specimen Type 4, mint without gum. The 1d and 2d Diadem reprints were printed in August 1871 with 240 of each printed, 120 of which were overprinted "SPECIMEN".
200
225
sold
Queensland.
Queensland.
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1895 Queen Victoria impressed duty set of 62 stamps from 3d to 500, excluding only the 20/- Rose, CTO with gum, the cancellation being a clear embossed impressed duty type. The 8 and 60 values have faults, odd other stamp with minor fault or no gum, but most are fine. Attractive and interesting.1895 Queen Victoria impressed duty set of 62 stamps from 3d to 500, excluding only the 20/- Rose, CTO with gum, the cancellation being a clear embossed impressed duty type. The 8 and 60 values have faults, odd other stamp with minor fault or no gum, but most are fine. Attractive and interesting.
500
600
sold
South Australia.
South Australia.
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1855 6d Deep Blue Queen Victoria London print imperf pair fine used with 4 good margins. Sg 3. Catalogue Value 340.00.1855 6d Deep Blue Queen Victoria London print imperf pair fine used with 4 good margins. Sg 3. Catalogue Value 340.00.
150
120
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1858 2d Orange-Red Queen Victoria imperf fine used with 4 good margins. Sg 7. Catalogue Value 80.00.1858 2d Orange-Red Queen Victoria imperf fine used with 4 good margins. Sg 7. Catalogue Value 80.00.
35
28
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1858 1/- Orange Queen Victoria imperf with 3 good margins FU. Very slightly cut into at lower left. Sg 12. Catalogue Value 475.00.1858 1/- Orange Queen Victoria imperf with 3 good margins FU. Very slightly cut into at lower left. Sg 12. Catalogue Value 475.00.
150
120
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1860-69 1d Sage-Green Queen Victoria Roulette in fine used block of 4. Minor wrinkle on one unit. A scarce and attractive multiple. Sg 21. 200.00++.1860-69 1d Sage-Green Queen Victoria Roulette in fine used block of 4. Minor wrinkle on one unit. A scarce and attractive multiple. Sg 21. 200.00++.
120
130
sold
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1868-76 1d Green Queen Victoria imperforate and perf 14 Plate Proof blocks of 4 on unwatermarked paper MUH.1868-76 1d Green Queen Victoria imperforate and perf 14 Plate Proof blocks of 4 on unwatermarked paper MUH.
200
160
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1901-1902 9d Claret Wide SA Crown Wmk Queen Victoria perf 11-12 with large holes in 2 MUH blocks of 18. Between the 2 blocks the full POSTAGE Wmk is in the right selvedge. Has streaky gum, considerable perf separation, as can be expected with the large holes and a small ink mark on one stamp. Sg 146. Catalogue Value 720.00.1901-1902 9d Claret Wide SA Crown Wmk Queen Victoria perf 11-12 with large holes in 2 MUH blocks of 18. Between the 2 blocks the full POSTAGE Wmk is in the right selvedge. Has streaky gum, considerable perf separation, as can be expected with the large holes and a small ink mark on one stamp. Sg 146. Catalogue Value 720.00.
180
225
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1868-95 1d Green Queen Victoria collection of many hundreds of mostly used stamps with constant major varieties and numerous inking flaws, including watermark and perforation variations, overprinted OS and several covers.1868-95 1d Green Queen Victoria collection of many hundreds of mostly used stamps with constant major varieties and numerous inking flaws, including watermark and perforation variations, overprinted OS and several covers.
300
425
sold
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Selection of 34 mostly different stamps O/P Reprint including some shade variations. Fine condition.Selection of 34 mostly different stamps O/P Reprint including some shade variations. Fine condition.
250
200
R
15
Accumulation of many thousands of used stamps off paper in shoebox. Predominately 1d and 2d Queen Victoria issues.
400
425
sold
16
1884-1908 d Violet Queen Victoria Newspaper Wrapper cut-outs accumulation of many hundreds, including some varieties and inking flaws and several complete Wrappers. Some postmark content and a few 1d Green Newspaper Wrappers and cut-outs.
100
60
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The Shilling Violet Journal of the South Australian Study Group Philatelic Society of South Australia cumulative index issues 1 to 40, The Postage Stamps of South Australia published by the Philatelic Society of South Australia, The Post, Telegraph and Telephone Offices of South Australia and the Northern Territory by Martin Walker and a range of other Philatelic reference books.
100
80
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The Postage Stamps of South Australia published by the Philatelic Society of South Australia, without dust cover, The Post, Telegraph and Telephone Offices of South Australia and the Northern Territory by Martin Walker and The Travelling Post Offices of South Australia by A.D. Presgrave.
50
35
sold
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The Departmental Stamps of South Australia by Butler in good condition.
150
100
sold
Tasmania.
Tasmania.
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1871 5/- Purple perf 12 Wmk lined TAS Queen Victoria MUH regummed copy. Sg 155. Catalogue Value 500.00.1871 5/- Purple perf 12 Wmk lined TAS Queen Victoria MUH regummed copy. Sg 155. Catalogue Value 500.00.
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60
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1892 10/- Mauve and Brown Queen Victoria Tablet with TAS Wmk perf 14 MLH. Sg 224. Catalogue Value 190.00.1892 10/- Mauve and Brown Queen Victoria Tablet with TAS Wmk perf 14 MLH. Sg 224. Catalogue Value 190.00.
100
75
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Tasmania: The Postal History and Postal Markings, Volumes I and II by Campbell, Purves, Viney and Ingles and The Revenue and Railway Stamps of Tasmania by Craig & Ingles.
80
65
sold
Victoria.
Victoria.
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1897 Charity set MLH and VFU. Sg 353-354. Catalogue Value 253.00.1897 Charity set MLH and VFU. Sg 353-354. Catalogue Value 253.00.
130
95
sold
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1901-12 1d Rose-Red Queen Victoria with V over Crown Wmk perf 12.2 x 12.4 in single and strip of 3 with 2 obliterating bars and 1905 1d Rose Queen Victoria with Crown over Double-Lined A Wmk perf 11 strip of 4 with 2 obliterating bars coil machine test stamps MUH. These were overprinted with bars for distribution to coil machine manufacturers in 1907. ACSC V36c and V45c.1901-12 1d Rose-Red Queen Victoria with V over Crown Wmk perf 12.2 x 12.4 in single and strip of 3 with 2 obliterating bars and 1905 1d Rose Queen Victoria with Crown over Double-Lined A Wmk perf 11 strip of 4 with 2 obliterating bars coil machine test stamps MUH. These were overprinted with bars for distribution to coil machine manufacturers in 1907. ACSC V36c and V45c.
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45
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Accumulation of thousands of used stamps off paper in small box. Predominately 1d and 2d Queen Victoria issues.
150
110
sold
Western Australia.
Western Australia.
26
Postage Stamps and Postal History of Western Australia Volumes I, II and III by Mogens Juhl (a few typically loose pages), "Postal Stationery from Western Australia" by Mogens Juhl, "Western Australia, The Postal Stationery to 1914" by Pope and Thomas and "The Local Posts of Western Australia" by Collas.
75
60
sold
Australian States.
Australian States.
27
Accumulation of many hundreds of mostly used stamps with main strength in South Australian issues, including a handy range of imperf issues and highly catalogued items. Many perforation, watermark and shade variations. Usual variable condition with some duplication.
500
1000
sold
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Accumulation of hundreds of mint and used stamps including useful items, on Hagner sheets and album leaves. Varying duplication and some faults.
225
350
sold
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Accumulation of used stamps, with some modest mint content including useful items, various perforation and watermark variation, fiscals and some postmark content on old leaves. A good range of all States except Victoria represented. Also a basic Australian Commonwealth collection with MUH Decimal issues largely complete to 1985.
400
550
sold
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Accumulation of stamps mostly on paper crammed into shoebox, mostly from Victoria and South Australia.
250
375
sold
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Accumulation of many thousands of used stamps, mostly off paper in shoebox. Predominately South Australian, but all States represented.
400
775
sold
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Accumulation of many hundreds of used stamps from various States, mostly off paper in small box.
150
150
sold
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Accumulation of many thousands of used stamps off paper, sorted into packets and some bundles of 100 in shoebox. All States represented.
350
800
sold
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Stamp Forgeries of Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, signed by the author, Mavis Pope. Published in 1992, 120 pages, from a limited edition of 100 copies.
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80
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Selection of 10 State Stamps and Postal History books or publications comprising The Revenue Stamps of N.S.W by Osborn, Revenue Stamps of Queensland by Craig, The Postage Stamps of South Australia by the Philatelic Society of SA, Murray Collection of South Australian Departmental Stamps, South Australia The Squared Circle Cancellations by Cox, Tasmania; The Postal History and Postal Markings Part II by Avery and Ingles, The Revenue and Railway Stamps of Tasmania by Craig & Ingles, Victoria: The Butterfly and Barred Oval Cancellations 1850-1855 by Purves, Victorian Government Punctures by Scott and Toop and Australian Numeral Cancellations: a Compendium by Campbell.
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130
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