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3100653 AAustralia & Pacific Islands Maps: extracted from 1940 Philips' International Atlas, comprising [1] Commonwealth of Australia; [2] NSW, Victoria & South Australia; [3] Queensland; [4] Western Australia; [5] Northern Territory, Tasmania, New Guinea & New Zealand; [6] New Zealand - North Island & South Island; fine condition. (6)
Lot 8:Australia & Pacific Islands Maps: extracted from 1940 Philips' International Atlas, comprising [1] Commonwealth of Australia; [2] NSW, Victoria & South Australia; [3] Queensland; [4] Western Australia; [5] Northern Territory, Tasmania, New Guinea & New Zealand; [6] New Zealand - North Island & South Island; fine condition. (6)
48.00
3111024  Australia - Victoria: 1891-97 'COLONY OF VICTORIA/Miner's Right' (219x143mm) revenue stamped paper with printed 'FIVE/SHILLINGS' at upper-right dated 1891 x2 or 1897, all issued at Ballarat, some staining as is usual, fine overall. (3)
Lot 9 [1 of 3]:Australia - Victoria: 1891-97 'COLONY OF VICTORIA/Miner's Right' (219x143mm) revenue stamped paper with printed 'FIVE/SHILLINGS' at upper-right dated 1891 x2 or 1897, all issued at Ballarat, some staining as is usual, fine overall. (3)Lot 9 [2 of 3]:Australia - Victoria: 1891-97 'COLONY OF VICTORIA/Miner's Right' (219x143mm) revenue stamped paper with printed 'FIVE/SHILLINGS' at upper-right dated 1891 x2 or 1897, all issued at Ballarat, some staining as is usual, fine overall. (3)Lot 9 [3 of 3]:Australia - Victoria: 1891-97 'COLONY OF VICTORIA/Miner's Right' (219x143mm) revenue stamped paper with printed 'FIVE/SHILLINGS' at upper-right dated 1891 x2 or 1897, all issued at Ballarat, some staining as is usual, fine overall. (3)
240.00
2904765
  Empire Flying Boats: with photos (3, incl Flying Boat in Port Moresby cWWII with Burns Philp Vessel moored nearby, QANTAS 'COOLANGATTA'), PPCs (3, incl 'CAPELLA'), some recent reproductions incl photo of Ansett Flying Boat in Hobart, and Lifebuoy (soap) card of QANTAS S23 C Class Flying boat. Generally fine.
Lot 10 [1 of 4]:Empire Flying Boats: with photos (3, incl Flying Boat in Port Moresby cWWII with Burns Philp Vessel moored nearby, QANTAS 'COOLANGATTA'), PPCs (3, incl 'CAPELLA'), some recent reproductions incl photo of Ansett Flying Boat in Hobart, and Lifebuoy (soap) card of QANTAS S23 C Class Flying boat. Generally fine. Lot 10 [2 of 4]:Empire Flying Boats: with photos (3, incl Flying Boat in Port Moresby cWWII with Burns Philp Vessel moored nearby, QANTAS 'COOLANGATTA'), PPCs (3, incl 'CAPELLA'), some recent reproductions incl photo of Ansett Flying Boat in Hobart, and Lifebuoy (soap) card of QANTAS S23 C Class Flying boat. Generally fine. Lot 10 [3 of 4]:Empire Flying Boats: with photos (3, incl Flying Boat in Port Moresby cWWII with Burns Philp Vessel moored nearby, QANTAS 'COOLANGATTA'), PPCs (3, incl 'CAPELLA'), some recent reproductions incl photo of Ansett Flying Boat in Hobart, and Lifebuoy (soap) card of QANTAS S23 C Class Flying boat. Generally fine.
60.00

AUSTRALIA - Postal History

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

2614679   1938 Signed Letter From Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: to David Dow expressing his appreciation for his service in New York.
Lot 465:1938 Signed Letter From Prime Minister Joseph Lyons and His Reply: to David Dow expressing his appreciation for his service in New York.
145.00
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

NEW SOUTH WALES - DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA

2614582   1882-83 Grand Intercolonial Juvenile Industrial Exhibition: 1882 Printed Booklet (20 pages) detailing the Regulations, Table of Classification & Prize Schedule for the proposed Grand International Juvenile Exhibition to be held at the Garden Palace, Sydney. Fine. [This exhibation was cancelled due to a fire at the Garden Palace.]
Lot 486:1882-83 Grand Intercolonial Juvenile Industrial Exhibition: 1882 Printed Booklet (20 pages) detailing the Regulations, Table of Classification & Prize Schedule for the proposed Grand International Juvenile Exhibition to be held at the Garden Palace, Sydney. Fine. [This exhibation was cancelled due to a fire at the Garden Palace.]
180.00

TASMANIA - DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA

2614589   1894-95 Tasmanian International Exhibition: Engraving 'Tasmanian International Exhibition Hobart Main Building', from 'The Australasian' 6 Oct.1894; plus reprinted Beattie photograph 'Opening of the Tasmanian Exhibition' from 'The Australasian' 24 Nov. 1894.
Lot 618 [1 of 2]:1894-95 Tasmanian International Exhibition: Engraving 'Tasmanian International Exhibition Hobart Main Building', from 'The Australasian' 6 Oct.1894; plus reprinted Beattie photograph 'Opening of the Tasmanian Exhibition' from 'The Australasian' 24 Nov. 1894. Lot 618 [2 of 2]:1894-95 Tasmanian International Exhibition: Engraving 'Tasmanian International Exhibition Hobart Main Building', from 'The Australasian' 6 Oct.1894; plus reprinted Beattie photograph 'Opening of the Tasmanian Exhibition' from 'The Australasian' 24 Nov. 1894.
60.00
2600161  BCashier Cheque: 1839 Derwent Bank cheque for £10, odd fault, rare.
Lot 619:Cashier Cheque: 1839 Derwent Bank cheque for £10, odd fault, rare.
240.00
2614212  Launceston Customs: attractive, but damaged invoice from Brooks, Robinson & Co, Melbourne, faint 'CUSTOMS LAUNCESTON AD VALOREM/TASMANIA' at base. Customs tariff codes added at right.
Lot 620:Launceston Customs: attractive, but damaged invoice from Brooks, Robinson & Co, Melbourne, faint 'CUSTOMS LAUNCESTON AD VALOREM/TASMANIA' at base. Customs tariff codes added at right.
55.00
   
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