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AUSTRALIAN STATES POSTAL HISTORY AND STATIONERY

Auction # 140

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AUSTRALIAN STATES POSTAL HISTORY AND STATIONERY : New South Wales.
New South Wales.
New South Wales.
17
1900 'GOVERNOR/FRANK STAMP/NEW SOUTH WALES' handstamp in blue on mourning cover (2) and 1902 Government House cover with handstamp in grey, all with 'SYDNEY' N.S.W. CDS cancellation, plus 'GOVERNOR/FRANK STAMP/AUSTRALIA' handstamp in blue on mourning cover uncancelled. One with tear on back flap, otherwise fine condition.
100
180
sold
Queensland.
Queensland.
18
Collection of 447 numeral cancellation on Queen Victoria sideface issues, including a handy range of useful strikes and some duplication.
150
250
sold
South Australia.
South Australia
19
1845 Pre-Stamp entire from Woolwich, England to Adelaide, South Australia with prepaid manuscript 1845 Pre-Stamp entire from Woolwich, England to Adelaide, South Australia with prepaid manuscript "1/4" and tombstone "Paid/30AP30/1845" postal marking, rated "8" for an inwards shipletter and "Crowned General Post Office Adelaide/SA/9OC9/1845" arrival datestamp in black. The entire is a copy of "A Scriptual Appeal/On Behalf Of/God's ancient People, the Jews." with letter written on back. Fine.
350
280
R
20
Selection of 37 covers and 2 double rate cover fronts from the "Bishop correspondence", covering the period 1858-1881, stamped with a range of 2d Queen Victoria issues, including some imperfs. Various postmark types. Scarce lot in fair to good condition.
300
240
sold
21
Selection of 85 Diamond Numeral cancellations on Queen Victorian issues including numbers 14, 100 (2), 139, 141 (2), 165 (2), 171 (2), 209, 245, 295 and 296. Many full clear legible strikes. Noted items rated R (10), RR (7) and RRR (1).Selection of 85 Diamond Numeral cancellations on Queen Victorian issues including numbers 14, 100 (2), 139, 141 (2), 165 (2), 171 (2), 209, 245, 295 and 296. Many full clear legible strikes. Noted items rated R (10), RR (7) and RRR (1).
250
325
sold
22
Accumulation of many hundreds of squared circle cancellations from a wide range of towns on Pre-Commonwealth and Commonwealth issues, sorted into towns in shoebox.
200
275
sold
23
1911 (3d) Olive-Green Queen Victoria Registered Envelope mint, in superb condition.1911 (3d) Olive-Green Queen Victoria Registered Envelope mint, in superb condition.
75
60
R
Tasmania.
Tasmania.
24
1900 On Public Service Only cover for House of Assembly with signature at top and cancelled 'Hobart/MY16/1900/Tasmania with 'Tasmania/Official/Paid' handstamp in red. Scarce example of signature Frank. VG condition.1900 On Public Service Only cover for House of Assembly with signature at top and cancelled 'Hobart/MY16/1900/Tasmania with 'Tasmania/Official/Paid' handstamp in red. Scarce example of signature Frank. VG condition.
40
35
sold
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Long Island Tasmania CDS postmark on 2d Pictorial. A largely complete strike. Rated RRRR.Long Island Tasmania CDS postmark on 2d Pictorial. A largely complete strike. Rated RRRR.
500
550
sold
Victoria.
Victoria.
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1856 incoming cover, addressed to Geelong and endorsed 1856 incoming cover, addressed to Geelong and endorsed "Per Joseph Tarrat", franked with Great Britain 1854 6d Mauve Queen Victorian embossed issue, slightly cut into at top, with manuscript 1 postal marking and various backstamps including Ship Letter, Free, Geelong. Sg 58. Catalogue Value on cover 1,900.00.
275
220
R
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1873-1901 Department of Agriculture, Commander of H.M. Sea Forces, Commissioner of Crown Lands & Survey, Postmaster-General (3), Minister of Public Instruction and The Treasurer Frank stamps on OHMS covers with a range postal markings. Commander of H.M. Sea Forces in Red on mourning cover with oval Commander-In-Chief/-8May.01/Australian Station with Commander In Chief Australia wax seal on reverse. Also 1902 Secretary General Post Office Tasmania Frank stamp on OHMS cover. Usual variable condition.1873-1901 Department of Agriculture, Commander of H.M. Sea Forces, Commissioner of Crown Lands & Survey, Postmaster-General (3), Minister of Public Instruction and The Treasurer Frank stamps on OHMS covers with a range postal markings. Commander of H.M. Sea Forces in Red on mourning cover with oval Commander-In-Chief/-8May.01/Australian Station with Commander In Chief Australia wax seal on reverse. Also 1902 Secretary General Post Office Tasmania Frank stamp on OHMS cover. Usual variable condition.
150
250
sold
28
1900 (6th Aug) Cover from Geelong, 'Per SS Gulf of Genoa' stamped with 2d Blue Queen Victorian issue addressed to Mr. H.F. Christopher, Blacksmith, Johannesburg, South Africa, with Pink 1900 (6th Aug) Cover from Geelong, 'Per SS Gulf of Genoa' stamped with 2d Blue Queen Victorian issue addressed to Mr. H.F. Christopher, Blacksmith, Johannesburg, South Africa, with Pink "Opened Under Martial Law" censor label attached. Item has then been redirected to C/- Lt.? Kearns, Local Transport Officer, Volkrust. A Lt. Kearns was a Riding Master with the British Army Service Corp and this may refer to him. Incoming mail from Australia is scarce.
120
96
R
Western Australia.
Western Australia.
29
1938 2d Yellow surcharged 'One Penny' diagonally in blue envelope addressed to South Australia uprated with 1d Green Die II Small Multiple Wmk perf 13 KGV, tied by Perth 10 JAN 1938 West. Aust slogan cancellation. Small horizontal cut at top left. Unusual philatelic usage. Rare. P&T EN 7.1938 2d Yellow surcharged 'One Penny' diagonally in blue envelope addressed to South Australia uprated with 1d Green Die II Small Multiple Wmk perf 13 KGV, tied by Perth 10 JAN 1938 West. Aust slogan cancellation. Small horizontal cut at top left. Unusual philatelic usage. Rare. P&T EN 7.
300
240
R
30
1938 2d Yellow surcharged 'One Penny' diagonally in blue envelope addressed to South Australia uprated with 1d Green Die II Queen Mother, tied by Perth 4 MAY 1940 West. Aust slogan cancellation. Tiny tear at base and back flap. Unusual philatelic usage. Rare. P&T EN 7.1938 2d Yellow surcharged 'One Penny' diagonally in blue envelope addressed to South Australia uprated with 1d Green Die II Queen Mother, tied by Perth 4 MAY 1940 West. Aust slogan cancellation. Tiny tear at base and back flap. Unusual philatelic usage. Rare. P&T EN 7.
150
120
R
31
1938 2d Orange surcharged 'One Penny' diagonally in blue envelope addressed to South Australia uprated with 1d Green Die II Small Multiple Wmk perf 13 KGV, tied by Guilford 8MR38 W.A. C.D.S. cancellations. Unusual philatelic usage. Rare. P&T EN 8.1938 2d Orange surcharged 'One Penny' diagonally in blue envelope addressed to South Australia uprated with 1d Green Die II Small Multiple Wmk perf 13 KGV, tied by Guilford 8MR38 W.A. C.D.S. cancellations. Unusual philatelic usage. Rare. P&T EN 8.
300
240
R
Australian States.
Australian States.
32
Selection of 32 mint and 12 used Queen Victorian Postal Stationery items including Postcards, Embossed Envelopes, Registered Envelopes, Reply Cards and Lettercards, with all States represented, including odd duplicate. Noted Queensland 1886 1d Rose on Buff Postcard mint, 1913 1d + 1d Vermillion Reply Lettercard CTO with 'Brisbane/30JA13/Queensland' cds cancellations (minor staining on front), South Australia 1877 1d + 1d Rose Reply Card mint, 1893 1d + 1d Lilac-Rose Reply Card mint, 1904 1d + 1d Brick Red Reply Card FU, 1883 1d Violet and 1896 1d Brown Selection of 32 mint and 12 used Queen Victorian Postal Stationery items including Postcards, Embossed Envelopes, Registered Envelopes, Reply Cards and Lettercards, with all States represented, including odd duplicate. Noted Queensland 1886 1d Rose on Buff Postcard mint, 1913 1d + 1d Vermillion Reply Lettercard CTO with 'Brisbane/30JA13/Queensland' cds cancellations (minor staining on front), South Australia 1877 1d + 1d Rose Reply Card mint, 1893 1d + 1d Lilac-Rose Reply Card mint, 1904 1d + 1d Brick Red Reply Card FU, 1883 1d Violet and 1896 1d Brown "ON PUBLIC SERVICE ONLY" overprinted OS Postcards mint, Tasmania 1892 Registered Envelope with non denominated embossed stamp 'Tasmania/Registration Fee' on flap mint, Victoria 1890's 3d Rose-Red (138mm x 78mm) Registered Envelope mint, 1901 2d Rose Lettercard mint, 1911 'One Penny' on 2d Rose Lettercard mint, 1895 1d Blue Postcard with Havelock Tobacco advertisement mint and Western Australia 1879-1904 d Brown on Salmon, d Brown on Cream, 1d Blue on White and 1d Blue on Cream bordered postcards mint and 1902 3d Lilac-Brown Registered Envelope used. Odd minor fault or blemish as would be expected, but overall mainly fine condition.
350
300
sold