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AUSTRALIA - Commemorative Covers

718
 1956 Melbourne Olympics postcards with stamps tied by various Olympic Village cancels APM 1151-55, all signed by track & field competitors including gold medallists Betty Cuthbert (Australia, Women's 100 & 200 metres & 100m relay), Charles Jenkins (USA, Men's 400m & 400m relay), Glenn Davis (USA, Men's 400m hurdles), Charles Dumas (USA, Men's high jump), Bob Richards (USA, Men's pole vault), Vladimir Kuts (Russia, Men's 5,000m & 10,000m), Alain Mimoun (France, Men's marathon), Adhemar da Silva (Brazil, Men's triple jump); also silver medallist Gordon Pirie (GB, Men's 5,000m) plus three other items signed by Russian competitors; also another card signed by legendary olympian Emile Zatopek who sustained an injury in preparing for the Melbourne Olympics marathon and was only able to finish sixth. Great lot for the Olympics specialist. (13)
Lot 718 [1 of 5]:1956 Melbourne Olympics postcards with stamps tied by various Olympic Village cancels APM 1151-55, all signed by track & field competitors including gold medallists Betty Cuthbert (Australia, Women's 100 & 200 metres & 100m relay), Charles Jenkins (USA, Men's 400m & 400m relay), Glenn Davis (USA, Men's 400m hurdles), Charles Dumas (USA, Men's high jump), Bob Richards (USA, Men's pole vault), Vladimir Kuts (Russia, Men's 5,000m & 10,000m), Alain Mimoun (France, Men's marathon), Adhemar da Silva (Brazil, Men's triple jump); also silver medallist Gordon Pirie (GB, Men's 5,000m) plus three other items signed by Russian competitors; also another card signed by legendary olympian Emile Zatopek who sustained an injury in preparing for the Melbourne Olympics marathon and was only able to finish sixth. Great lot for the Olympics specialist. (13)Lot 718 [2 of 5]:1956 Melbourne Olympics postcards with stamps tied by various Olympic Village cancels APM 1151-55, all signed by track & field competitors including gold medallists Betty Cuthbert (Australia, Women's 100 & 200 metres & 100m relay), Charles Jenkins (USA, Men's 400m & 400m relay), Glenn Davis (USA, Men's 400m hurdles), Charles Dumas (USA, Men's high jump), Bob Richards (USA, Men's pole vault), Vladimir Kuts (Russia, Men's 5,000m & 10,000m), Alain Mimoun (France, Men's marathon), Adhemar da Silva (Brazil, Men's triple jump); also silver medallist Gordon Pirie (GB, Men's 5,000m) plus three other items signed by Russian competitors; also another card signed by legendary olympian Emile Zatopek who sustained an injury in preparing for the Melbourne Olympics marathon and was only able to finish sixth. Great lot for the Olympics specialist. (13)Lot 718 [3 of 5]:1956 Melbourne Olympics postcards with stamps tied by various Olympic Village cancels APM 1151-55, all signed by track & field competitors including gold medallists Betty Cuthbert (Australia, Women's 100 & 200 metres & 100m relay), Charles Jenkins (USA, Men's 400m & 400m relay), Glenn Davis (USA, Men's 400m hurdles), Charles Dumas (USA, Men's high jump), Bob Richards (USA, Men's pole vault), Vladimir Kuts (Russia, Men's 5,000m & 10,000m), Alain Mimoun (France, Men's marathon), Adhemar da Silva (Brazil, Men's triple jump); also silver medallist Gordon Pirie (GB, Men's 5,000m) plus three other items signed by Russian competitors; also another card signed by legendary olympian Emile Zatopek who sustained an injury in preparing for the Melbourne Olympics marathon and was only able to finish sixth. Great lot for the Olympics specialist. (13)
250.00 1,050.00 sold

PAPUA - First Flight Covers

1145  1933 Daru-Port Moresby flown by pilot W.J. Duncan for Rabaul Airways Syndicate AAMC #P65, fine, Cat $350.
Lot 1145:1933 Daru-Port Moresby flown by pilot W.J. Duncan for Rabaul Airways Syndicate AAMC #P65, fine, Cat $350.
175.00 200.00 sold
1150  1936 Daru-Mt Blucher Police Camp type-written endorsement, signed by pilots Archbold & Rogers, reverse with O.I.C. signature, AAMC #P104, Cat $200.
Lot 1150:1936 Daru-Mt Blucher Police Camp type-written endorsement, signed by pilots Archbold & Rogers, reverse with O.I.C. signature, AAMC #P104, Cat $200.
100.00 80.00 sold
1153  1940 Goilala Police Camp to Port Moresby flown by Guinea Airways, signed by pilot Tommy O'Dea AAMC #P150, fine condition, Cat $400.
Lot 1153:1940 Goilala Police Camp to Port Moresby flown by Guinea Airways, signed by pilot Tommy O'Dea AAMC #P150, fine condition, Cat $400.
200.00 150.00 sold

ANTARCTICA

1175  British: 1909 cover with 'BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1907' printed in blue on flap, addressed to J.J Kinsey in Christchurch, carried on both Shackleton's 1908-09 Expedition and Scott's 1910-13 Expedition before being sent to J.K Davis, Captain of the Aurora, and carried on the second cruise to Antarctica, bearing King Edward VII Land 1d tied 'BRIT. ANTARCTIC EXPD/MR4/09' datestamp applied on the Nimrod at Cape Royds, and Victoria Land 1d x2, one with variety No stop after 'LAND' tied by Expedition datestamp dated '3MR/12' (applied on the Terra Nova at Cape Evans) or 'FE4/13' (applied on the Terra Nova on its final voyage back to New Zealand), plus Australia 1d Roo tied by Hobart datestamp & by 'LOOSE SHIP'S LETTER/POSTED IN/ANTARCTICA/[penguin]/S.Y AURORA/A.A.E.' cachet which overstrikes an 'AUSTRALASIAN ANTARCTIC/EXPEDITION 1911/COMMANDER OF SHIP' cachet signed by Harris. One of the few covers known with Victoria Land 1d Missing stop variety SG #A3a.
Lot 1175:British: 1909 cover with 'BRITISH ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION 1907' printed in blue on flap, addressed to J.J Kinsey in Christchurch, carried on both Shackleton's 1908-09 Expedition and Scott's 1910-13 Expedition before being sent to J.K Davis, Captain of the Aurora, and carried on the second cruise to Antarctica, bearing King Edward VII Land 1d tied 'BRIT. ANTARCTIC EXPD/MR4/09' datestamp applied on the Nimrod at Cape Royds, and Victoria Land 1d x2, one with variety No stop after 'LAND' tied by Expedition datestamp dated '3MR/12' (applied on the Terra Nova at Cape Evans) or 'FE4/13' (applied on the Terra Nova on its final voyage back to New Zealand), plus Australia 1d Roo tied by Hobart datestamp & by 'LOOSE SHIP'S LETTER/POSTED IN/ANTARCTICA/[penguin]/S.Y AURORA/A.A.E.' cachet which overstrikes an 'AUSTRALASIAN ANTARCTIC/EXPEDITION 1911/COMMANDER OF SHIP' cachet signed by Harris. One of the few covers known with Victoria Land 1d Missing stop variety SG #A3a.
2,500.00 2,500.00 sold
   
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