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2906957   China 1980s Printer's Colour Trial Ladder on target design, marginal pair.
Lot 1:China 1980s Printer's Colour Trial Ladder on target design, marginal pair.
24.00
2909216 U Postal Stationery Cut-Out Selection from Australia, GB, India, NZ, few foreign, mostly cut to shape. Mixed condition. (140+)
Lot 4 [1 of 2]:Postal Stationery Cut-Out Selection from Australia, GB, India, NZ, few foreign, mostly cut to shape. Mixed condition. (140+)Lot 4 [2 of 2]:Postal Stationery Cut-Out Selection from Australia, GB, India, NZ, few foreign, mostly cut to shape. Mixed condition. (140+)
24.00
3100698
 Thailand 1970s-80s Cover Array including 1979 Express Mail from British Embassy Bangkok to Australian High Commission (Bangladesh), plus a quantity of Nonthaburi registered meter covers addessed to Australian Trade Commission (Melbourne). (29)
Lot 5 [1 of 4]:Thailand 1970s-80s Cover Array including 1979 Express Mail from British Embassy Bangkok to Australian High Commission (Bangladesh), plus a quantity of Nonthaburi registered meter covers addessed to Australian Trade Commission (Melbourne). (29)Lot 5 [2 of 4]:Thailand 1970s-80s Cover Array including 1979 Express Mail from British Embassy Bangkok to Australian High Commission (Bangladesh), plus a quantity of Nonthaburi registered meter covers addessed to Australian Trade Commission (Melbourne). (29)Lot 5 [3 of 4]:Thailand 1970s-80s Cover Array including 1979 Express Mail from British Embassy Bangkok to Australian High Commission (Bangladesh), plus a quantity of Nonthaburi registered meter covers addessed to Australian Trade Commission (Melbourne). (29)
16.00

AUSTRALIA Decimal Issues - Exhibition Collectables

3111224 ** 2010 Fish of the Reef M/S with Bangkok 2010 stamp show logo, additionally overprinted with 2013 Centenary of Kangaroo Stamps logo in red, being limited edition number #1 of 200.
Lot 232:2010 Fish of the Reef M/S with Bangkok 2010 stamp show logo, additionally overprinted with 2013 Centenary of Kangaroo Stamps logo in red, being limited edition number #1 of 200.
85.00

AUSTRALIA - Postal History

3120020  1914 (Oct 28) cover bearing KGV 1d red, sent Melbourne to China, censored in Ceylon where resealed with stamp selvedge (with marginal Control), tied by 'OPENED UNDER MARTIAL LAW' handstamp, Censor/A handstamp at lower left, backstamped Shanghai. Enclosed letter has had section excised, apparently by censor. Important association with events that led to 1915 Singapore Mutiny.
Lot 344 [1 of 2]:1914 (Oct 28) cover bearing KGV 1d red, sent Melbourne to China, censored in Ceylon where resealed with stamp selvedge (with marginal Control), tied by 'OPENED UNDER MARTIAL LAW' handstamp, Censor/A handstamp at lower left, backstamped Shanghai. Enclosed letter has had section excised, apparently by censor. Important association with events that led to 1915 Singapore Mutiny. Lot 344 [2 of 2]:1914 (Oct 28) cover bearing KGV 1d red, sent Melbourne to China, censored in Ceylon where resealed with stamp selvedge (with marginal Control), tied by 'OPENED UNDER MARTIAL LAW' handstamp, Censor/A handstamp at lower left, backstamped Shanghai. Enclosed letter has had section excised, apparently by censor. Important association with events that led to 1915 Singapore Mutiny.
290.00
3110817  1921 (Nov 21) Christmas greetings card designed to be folded into a small envelope, from Lilian Kwong a Chinese-Australian living in Queensland to USA with KGV 1d red & 2d orange tied by indistinct datestamp. Cute.
Lot 351 [1 of 2]:1921 (Nov 21) Christmas greetings card designed to be folded into a small envelope, from Lilian Kwong a Chinese-Australian living in Queensland to USA with KGV 1d red & 2d orange tied by indistinct datestamp. Cute. Lot 351 [2 of 2]:1921 (Nov 21) Christmas greetings card designed to be folded into a small envelope, from Lilian Kwong a Chinese-Australian living in Queensland to USA with KGV 1d red & 2d orange tied by indistinct datestamp. Cute.
60.00
2614561
 1933 First Australian Trade Ship large 'POSTED ON BOARD FIRST AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION SHIP TO THE EAST/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND/...' cachet with details of the itinerary in violet superb strikes on covers with 'FIRST AUSTRALIAN TRADE EXHIBITION SHIP/...' imprint on the flap, from Brisbane, Port Moresby (repaired opening tear) with Papua 2d or Soerabaja with Dutch Indies 5c & 10c, and a similar envelope but without the cachet with Straits Settlements 4c orange pair & Penang cds; also two KPM postcards of the 'Nieuw Holland' & a flimsy 'SAMPLES/TRADE SHIP/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND' gummed label (stained). (7)
Lot 363 [1 of 7]:1933 First Australian Trade Ship large 'POSTED ON BOARD FIRST AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION SHIP TO THE EAST/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND/...' cachet with details of the itinerary in violet superb strikes on covers with 'FIRST AUSTRALIAN TRADE EXHIBITION SHIP/...' imprint on the flap, from Brisbane, Port Moresby (repaired opening tear) with Papua 2d or Soerabaja with Dutch Indies 5c & 10c, and a similar envelope but without the cachet with Straits Settlements 4c orange pair & Penang cds; also two KPM postcards of the 'Nieuw Holland' & a flimsy 'SAMPLES/TRADE SHIP/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND' gummed label (stained). (7)Lot 363 [2 of 7]:1933 First Australian Trade Ship large 'POSTED ON BOARD FIRST AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION SHIP TO THE EAST/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND/...' cachet with details of the itinerary in violet superb strikes on covers with 'FIRST AUSTRALIAN TRADE EXHIBITION SHIP/...' imprint on the flap, from Brisbane, Port Moresby (repaired opening tear) with Papua 2d or Soerabaja with Dutch Indies 5c & 10c, and a similar envelope but without the cachet with Straits Settlements 4c orange pair & Penang cds; also two KPM postcards of the 'Nieuw Holland' & a flimsy 'SAMPLES/TRADE SHIP/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND' gummed label (stained). (7)Lot 363 [3 of 7]:1933 First Australian Trade Ship large 'POSTED ON BOARD FIRST AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITION SHIP TO THE EAST/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND/...' cachet with details of the itinerary in violet superb strikes on covers with 'FIRST AUSTRALIAN TRADE EXHIBITION SHIP/...' imprint on the flap, from Brisbane, Port Moresby (repaired opening tear) with Papua 2d or Soerabaja with Dutch Indies 5c & 10c, and a similar envelope but without the cachet with Straits Settlements 4c orange pair & Penang cds; also two KPM postcards of the 'Nieuw Holland' & a flimsy 'SAMPLES/TRADE SHIP/TSS NIEUW HOLLAND' gummed label (stained). (7)
300.00

AUSTRALIA - DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA

2614681   1957 Signed Letter From Minister For Trade John McEwan: to the Treasurer requesting support for a Trade Mission to Asia. [John McEwan became Australia's 18th Prime Minister 19/12/1967 to #10/1/1968, 23 days!!]
Lot 466:1957 Signed Letter From Minister For Trade John McEwan: to the Treasurer requesting support for a Trade Mission to Asia. [John McEwan became Australia's 18th Prime Minister 19/12/1967 to #10/1/1968, 23 days!!]
85.00

QUEENSLAND - Postal History

2614749  1891 Australian Station Mail cover from Scotland with 1d lilac tied by superb 'DUNDEE/OC1/91 - 114' duplex, to John W Sutton/HMS Paluma/Brisbane Queensland with 'COOKTOWN/NO30/91/QUEENSLAND' cds on the face & Sydney backstamp of DE9/91, sent back to England where redirected several times to HMSs Victory, Vernon, Orlando & Seagull where endorsed on the flap "Arrived here? not known on Seagull so I have sent it back so you can see where it has been", also endorsed on the face "Not Known/in/Asia", various GB markings & finally returned to sender with superb 'PAIGNTON/JY28/02' cds on the face, rather soiled but oozing character. [In 1891, HMS Paluma was loaned to the Queensland Government to assist with the Queensland Survey]
Lot 531 [1 of 2]:1891 Australian Station Mail cover from Scotland with 1d lilac tied by superb 'DUNDEE/OC1/91 - 114' duplex, to John W Sutton/HMS Paluma/Brisbane Queensland with 'COOKTOWN/NO30/91/QUEENSLAND' cds on the face & Sydney backstamp of DE9/91, sent back to England where redirected several times to HMSs Victory, Vernon, Orlando & Seagull where endorsed on the flap "Arrived here? not known on Seagull so I have sent it back so you can see where it has been", also endorsed on the face "Not Known/in/Asia", various GB markings & finally returned to sender with superb 'PAIGNTON/JY28/02' cds on the face, rather soiled but oozing character. [In 1891, HMS Paluma was loaned to the Queensland Government to assist with the Queensland Survey] Lot 531 [2 of 2]:1891 Australian Station Mail cover from Scotland with 1d lilac tied by superb 'DUNDEE/OC1/91 - 114' duplex, to John W Sutton/HMS Paluma/Brisbane Queensland with 'COOKTOWN/NO30/91/QUEENSLAND' cds on the face & Sydney backstamp of DE9/91, sent back to England where redirected several times to HMSs Victory, Vernon, Orlando & Seagull where endorsed on the flap "Arrived here? not known on Seagull so I have sent it back so you can see where it has been", also endorsed on the face "Not Known/in/Asia", various GB markings & finally returned to sender with superb 'PAIGNTON/JY28/02' cds on the face, rather soiled but oozing character. [In 1891, HMS Paluma was loaned to the Queensland Government to assist with the Queensland Survey]
240.00

AUSTRIA - Postal History

2588504  1916 (May 21) Feldpost use of colour PPC of Austrian battleship Kaiserin Elisabeth and German destroyer Jaguar in joint action against the on-land Japanese and British troops which were attacking their Tsingtau base. The PPC pmkd 'KLINGENMUNSTER/21/5/5-6Nm./16' addressed to a member of No. 3 Reserve Coy, No. 4 Mountain Infantry at Metz (Western Front). Small peripheral faults, very unusual usage.
Lot 840 [1 of 2]:1916 (May 21) Feldpost use of colour PPC of Austrian battleship Kaiserin Elisabeth and German destroyer Jaguar in joint action against the on-land Japanese and British troops which were attacking their Tsingtau base. The PPC pmkd 'KLINGENMUNSTER/21/5/5-6Nm./16' addressed to a member of No. 3 Reserve Coy, No. 4 Mountain Infantry at Metz (Western Front). Small peripheral faults, very unusual usage. Lot 840 [2 of 2]:1916 (May 21) Feldpost use of colour PPC of Austrian battleship Kaiserin Elisabeth and German destroyer Jaguar in joint action against the on-land Japanese and British troops which were attacking their Tsingtau base. The PPC pmkd 'KLINGENMUNSTER/21/5/5-6Nm./16' addressed to a member of No. 3 Reserve Coy, No. 4 Mountain Infantry at Metz (Western Front). Small peripheral faults, very unusual usage.
70.00
   
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