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DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA - Collections and Miscellaneous Groupings

157   USA 1933 Pittsburgh Trade Convention name badge for DM Dow Official Secretary for Australia in the US. Very unusual.
Lot 157 [1 of 2]:USA 1933 Pittsburgh Trade Convention name badge for DM Dow Official Secretary for Australia in the US. Very unusual. Lot 157 [2 of 2]:USA 1933 Pittsburgh Trade Convention name badge for DM Dow Official Secretary for Australia in the US. Very unusual.
40.00 56.00 sold

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)
120.00 105.00 sold

MADAGASCAR (British)

1585 * 1886 British Consular Mail 8d pair, SG #40, perf separation has been sensibly re-inforced, Cat £1,400+, small gummed patch in corner, as issued.
Lot 1585:1886 British Consular Mail 8d pair, SG #40, perf separation has been sensibly re-inforced, Cat £1,400+, small gummed patch in corner, as issued.
600.00 480.00 R

RUSSIA - ALL PERIODS - Postal History

1652  1904 (Aug 4) use of 4k Postal Card from the Belgian Consulate in Odessa to the Belgian Consulate on Adelaide. Unusual origin/destination item.
Lot 1652 [1 of 2]:1904 (Aug 4) use of 4k Postal Card from the Belgian Consulate in Odessa to the Belgian Consulate on Adelaide. Unusual origin/destination item. Lot 1652 [2 of 2]:1904 (Aug 4) use of 4k Postal Card from the Belgian Consulate in Odessa to the Belgian Consulate on Adelaide. Unusual origin/destination item.
150.00 120.00 R
1653  1909 (Feb 28) use of 1k x3 on tiny envelope (7.8x4cm) with calling card, from St Petersburg to Moscow.
Lot 1653 [1 of 2]:1909 (Feb 28) use of 1k x3 on tiny envelope (7.8x4cm) with calling card, from St Petersburg to Moscow. Lot 1653 [2 of 2]:1909 (Feb 28) use of 1k x3 on tiny envelope (7.8x4cm) with calling card, from St Petersburg to Moscow.
150.00 120.00 R
   
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