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 Cricket: cricketer autographs on covers with [1] 1982 signed by Sri Lanka test players including Roy Dias; [2] 1976 covers x2 signed by West Indies test players including Lance Gibbs, Michael Holding, Clive Lloyd, Derryck Murray & Roy Fredericks; [3] 1970s signed Greg Chappell, Jeff Thomson & Gary Cozier. (4)
Lot 134 [1 of 6]:Cricket: cricketer autographs on covers with [1] 1982 signed by Sri Lanka test players including Roy Dias; [2] 1976 covers x2 signed by West Indies test players including Lance Gibbs, Michael Holding, Clive Lloyd, Derryck Murray & Roy Fredericks; [3] 1970s signed Greg Chappell, Jeff Thomson & Gary Cozier. (4)Lot 134 [2 of 6]:Cricket: cricketer autographs on covers with [1] 1982 signed by Sri Lanka test players including Roy Dias; [2] 1976 covers x2 signed by West Indies test players including Lance Gibbs, Michael Holding, Clive Lloyd, Derryck Murray & Roy Fredericks; [3] 1970s signed Greg Chappell, Jeff Thomson & Gary Cozier. (4)Lot 134 [3 of 6]:Cricket: cricketer autographs on covers with [1] 1982 signed by Sri Lanka test players including Roy Dias; [2] 1976 covers x2 signed by West Indies test players including Lance Gibbs, Michael Holding, Clive Lloyd, Derryck Murray & Roy Fredericks; [3] 1970s signed Greg Chappell, Jeff Thomson & Gary Cozier. (4)
75.00 55.00 R

REFERENCE LITERATURE

170   Australian Banknotes: 'Australian Banknote Pedigrees' by M.Vort-Ronald 2005, and signed; also 'Australian Banknotes' (1979) & 'Australian Decimal Banknotes' (1985) by the same author. (3)
Lot 170 [1 of 2]:Australian Banknotes: 'Australian Banknote Pedigrees' by M.Vort-Ronald 2005, and signed; also 'Australian Banknotes' (1979) & 'Australian Decimal Banknotes' (1985) by the same author. (3)Lot 170 [2 of 2]:Australian Banknotes: 'Australian Banknote Pedigrees' by M.Vort-Ronald 2005, and signed; also 'Australian Banknotes' (1979) & 'Australian Decimal Banknotes' (1985) by the same author. (3)
20.00 16.00 R
180   Australian Colonies - Victoria: 'Victoria - A Collection of Philatelic Short Stories' by Les Molnar, published by Trillium Press, St Catherines, Ont, Canada. 2012. 194pp, hardbound, signed by the author.
Lot 180:Australian Colonies - Victoria: 'Victoria - A Collection of Philatelic Short Stories' by Les Molnar, published by Trillium Press, St Catherines, Ont, Canada. 2012. 194pp, hardbound, signed by the author.
50.00 38.00
198 L New Zealand - Postmarks: 'The 1998 New Zealand Post Offices Cancellations & Postmark Guide' compiled by R Wooders and signed by him, current edition, softbound.
Lot 198:New Zealand - Postmarks: 'The 1998 New Zealand Post Offices Cancellations & Postmark Guide' compiled by R Wooders and signed by him, current edition, softbound.
30.00 22.00

AUSTRALIA - Postmarks

359 s Postmark Accumulation: with many on piece incl JAMBOREE-FRANKSTON/24DE34' (FDU), various Military POs, Thursday Island, Aust used in PNG, few used decimal 'SPECIMEN' stamps, Olympic slogan, also 1935 (19AU) toned cover Adelaide to Darwin flight (AAMC 522) signed by Pilot "J.Chapman" and mss "VH-UXX" alongside, backstamped 'DARWIN.N.T./20AU35/AUSTRALIA'. Mixed condition. (80+ & 2 covers)
Lot 359 [1 of 2]:Postmark Accumulation: with many on piece incl JAMBOREE-FRANKSTON/24DE34' (FDU), various Military POs, Thursday Island, Aust used in PNG, few used decimal 'SPECIMEN' stamps, Olympic slogan, also 1935 (19AU) toned cover Adelaide to Darwin flight (AAMC 522) signed by Pilot "J.Chapman" and mss "VH-UXX" alongside, backstamped 'DARWIN.N.T./20AU35/AUSTRALIA'. Mixed condition. (80+ & 2 covers)Lot 359 [2 of 2]:Postmark Accumulation: with many on piece incl JAMBOREE-FRANKSTON/24DE34' (FDU), various Military POs, Thursday Island, Aust used in PNG, few used decimal 'SPECIMEN' stamps, Olympic slogan, also 1935 (19AU) toned cover Adelaide to Darwin flight (AAMC 522) signed by Pilot "J.Chapman" and mss "VH-UXX" alongside, backstamped 'DARWIN.N.T./20AU35/AUSTRALIA'. Mixed condition. (80+ & 2 covers)
80.00 60.00 R

AUSTRALIA - Covers By Manufacturer

858  Bergen 1946 Peace/Victory set on hand painted cacheted cover, from GREENOCK addressed in pencil to A. Bergen/Prospect, and signed on the back "Arthur Bergen/18.2.46" in blue ink. [His earliest recorded Australian cover]
Lot 858 [1 of 2]:Bergen 1946 Peace/Victory set on hand painted cacheted cover, from GREENOCK addressed in pencil to A. Bergen/Prospect, and signed on the back "Arthur Bergen/18.2.46" in blue ink. [His earliest recorded Australian cover] Lot 858 [2 of 2]:Bergen 1946 Peace/Victory set on hand painted cacheted cover, from GREENOCK addressed in pencil to A. Bergen/Prospect, and signed on the back "Arthur Bergen/18.2.46" in blue ink. [His earliest recorded Australian cover]
400.00 300.00 R
875  Wesley 1948 Farrer 2½d block of 4 on plain registered cover with 'LARGS NORTH' provisional label and signed JMGower/Postmaster.
Lot 875:Wesley 1948 Farrer 2½d block of 4 on plain registered cover with 'LARGS NORTH' provisional label and signed JMGower/Postmaster.
400.00 300.00 R

AUSTRALIA - First Flight Covers

940  1943 (24 Dec) QANTAS Parachute Mail Sydney-Mornington Island, signed by pilot "K.G.Caldwell" and green label (1943) affixed, on reverse 'MORNINGTON ISLAND' handstamp & mss "J.B. McCarthy/Missionary in Charge/25.12.43'. Blemishes.
Lot 940 [1 of 2]:1943 (24 Dec) QANTAS Parachute Mail Sydney-Mornington Island, signed by pilot "K.G.Caldwell" and green label (1943) affixed, on reverse 'MORNINGTON ISLAND' handstamp & mss "J.B. McCarthy/Missionary in Charge/25.12.43'. Blemishes. Lot 940 [2 of 2]:1943 (24 Dec) QANTAS Parachute Mail Sydney-Mornington Island, signed by pilot "K.G.Caldwell" and green label (1943) affixed, on reverse 'MORNINGTON ISLAND' handstamp & mss "J.B. McCarthy/Missionary in Charge/25.12.43'. Blemishes.
60.00 46.00 R

AUSTRALIA - DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA

960   1936 Signed Letter to Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: an official copy of a 3-page letter from David Dow, Official Secretary for the Commonwealth of Australia in New York, suggesting that, as the title of Official Secretary was undefined from a diplomatic point of view, it was time to upgrade the status and staff so that an exaquatur (an official recognition by a government of a consul or other representative of a foreign state, authorizing them to exercise office) could be accepted by the USA. At the time Australia was using the British Embassy for its formal diplomatic relationship with the USA. Quite an interesting letter, also includes the signed reply from the Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons. Plus 1934 ...Government Office ...Commonwealth of Australia ... New York cover to Australia, 'Per S.S. MARIPOSA/via San Pedro' handstamp on face, corner damage at pottom right. (3)
Lot 960 [1 of 2]:1936 Signed Letter to Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: an official copy of a 3-page letter from David Dow, Official Secretary for the Commonwealth of Australia in New York, suggesting that, as the title of Official Secretary was undefined from a diplomatic point of view, it was time to upgrade the status and staff so that an exaquatur (an official recognition by a government of a consul or other representative of a foreign state, authorizing them to exercise office) could be accepted by the USA. At the time Australia was using the British Embassy for its formal diplomatic relationship with the USA. Quite an interesting letter, also includes the signed reply from the Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons. Plus 1934 ...Government Office ...Commonwealth of Australia ... New York cover to Australia, 'Per S.S. MARIPOSA/via San Pedro' handstamp on face, corner damage at pottom right. (3)Lot 960 [2 of 2]:1936 Signed Letter to Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: an official copy of a 3-page letter from David Dow, Official Secretary for the Commonwealth of Australia in New York, suggesting that, as the title of Official Secretary was undefined from a diplomatic point of view, it was time to upgrade the status and staff so that an exaquatur (an official recognition by a government of a consul or other representative of a foreign state, authorizing them to exercise office) could be accepted by the USA. At the time Australia was using the British Embassy for its formal diplomatic relationship with the USA. Quite an interesting letter, also includes the signed reply from the Prime Minister, Joseph Lyons. Plus 1934 ...Government Office ...Commonwealth of Australia ... New York cover to Australia, 'Per S.S. MARIPOSA/via San Pedro' handstamp on face, corner damage at pottom right. (3)
120.00 90.00 R
961   1938 Signed Letter From Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: to David Dow stating that, as he was past retirement age, his position in New York could not be extended.
Lot 961 [1 of 2]:1938 Signed Letter From Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: to David Dow stating that, as he was past retirement age, his position in New York could not be extended. Lot 961 [2 of 2]:1938 Signed Letter From Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: to David Dow stating that, as he was past retirement age, his position in New York could not be extended.
90.00 70.00 R
   
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