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AUSTRALIA - Military - World War I Period

2602632 ✉FA/A-Egypt 1916-19 [1] 1916 OAS PPC from Tel-el-Kebr to Hawthorn, Vic, poor red Military recreation Free E handstamp on face; [2] 1918 Egyptian 3m Postal Card from Cairo to Maj Simpson at the Australian Hospital Port Said; [3] 1919 use of stampless PPC of Egyptian Woman to Tasmania, cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/X/19FE/91/T.M.1' (date error). Plus [4] three Honour Envelope sall from Egypt? to South Australia (one with 'COIN OR ARTICLES OF VALUE...' admonition). (6)
Lot 591 [1 of 3]:Egypt 1916-19 [1] 1916 OAS PPC from Tel-el-Kebr to Hawthorn, Vic, poor red Military recreation Free E handstamp on face; [2] 1918 Egyptian 3m Postal Card from Cairo to Maj Simpson at the Australian Hospital Port Said; [3] 1919 use of stampless PPC of Egyptian Woman to Tasmania, cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/X/19FE/91/T.M.1' (date error). Plus [4] three Honour Envelope sall from Egypt? to South Australia (one with 'COIN OR ARTICLES OF VALUE...' admonition). (6)Lot 591 [2 of 3]:Egypt 1916-19 [1] 1916 OAS PPC from Tel-el-Kebr to Hawthorn, Vic, poor red Military recreation Free E handstamp on face; [2] 1918 Egyptian 3m Postal Card from Cairo to Maj Simpson at the Australian Hospital Port Said; [3] 1919 use of stampless PPC of Egyptian Woman to Tasmania, cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/X/19FE/91/T.M.1' (date error). Plus [4] three Honour Envelope sall from Egypt? to South Australia (one with 'COIN OR ARTICLES OF VALUE...' admonition). (6)Lot 591 [3 of 3]:Egypt 1916-19 [1] 1916 OAS PPC from Tel-el-Kebr to Hawthorn, Vic, poor red Military recreation Free E handstamp on face; [2] 1918 Egyptian 3m Postal Card from Cairo to Maj Simpson at the Australian Hospital Port Said; [3] 1919 use of stampless PPC of Egyptian Woman to Tasmania, cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/X/19FE/91/T.M.1' (date error). Plus [4] three Honour Envelope sall from Egypt? to South Australia (one with 'COIN OR ARTICLES OF VALUE...' admonition). (6)
150.00
3115053  France Australian Red Cross (crest on flap) OAS envelope sent from Bruyeres Camp (Rouen) to Harrods in London with British 'APO/S15' datestamp & hexagonal 'PASSED FIELD CENSOR/3629' in red, fine condition.
Lot 592:France Australian Red Cross (crest on flap) OAS envelope sent from Bruyeres Camp (Rouen) to Harrods in London with British 'APO/S15' datestamp & hexagonal 'PASSED FIELD CENSOR/3629' in red, fine condition.
70.00
2602641
✉FA/BFrance 1916-17 [1] 1917 use of NZ Salvation Army OAS cover to Melbourne, cancelled with 'ARMY POS[T OFFICE]/A/2AP/17/S.W.4' (B2 - France), magenta oval 'PASSED FIELD CENSOR/[crown]/1934' (A1) on face; [2] Field Service Post Card to Adelaide; [3] Field Service Post Card cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/B/14JU/17/d.60' (B1 - Western Front) to Murray Bridge SA; [4] poor '4th AUST.INF./BGDE/25-II-16/FIELD/P.O.' on OAS cover to Orkney, Scotland, magenta 'PASSED BY [CENSOR]/[crown]/NO 3188' on face.
Lot 593 [1 of 4]:France 1916-17 [1] 1917 use of NZ Salvation Army OAS cover to Melbourne, cancelled with 'ARMY POS[T OFFICE]/A/2AP/17/S.W.4' (B2 - France), magenta oval 'PASSED FIELD CENSOR/[crown]/1934' (A1) on face; [2] Field Service Post Card to Adelaide; [3] Field Service Post Card cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/B/14JU/17/d.60' (B1 - Western Front) to Murray Bridge SA; [4] poor '4th AUST.INF./BGDE/25-II-16/FIELD/P.O.' on OAS cover to Orkney, Scotland, magenta 'PASSED BY [CENSOR]Lot 593 [2 of 4]:France 1916-17 [1] 1917 use of NZ Salvation Army OAS cover to Melbourne, cancelled with 'ARMY POS[T OFFICE]/A/2AP/17/S.W.4' (B2 - France), magenta oval 'PASSED FIELD CENSOR/[crown]/1934' (A1) on face; [2] Field Service Post Card to Adelaide; [3] Field Service Post Card cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/B/14JU/17/d.60' (B1 - Western Front) to Murray Bridge SA; [4] poor '4th AUST.INF./BGDE/25-II-16/FIELD/P.O.' on OAS cover to Orkney, Scotland, magenta 'PASSED BY [CENSOR]Lot 593 [3 of 4]:France 1916-17 [1] 1917 use of NZ Salvation Army OAS cover to Melbourne, cancelled with 'ARMY POS[T OFFICE]/A/2AP/17/S.W.4' (B2 - France), magenta oval 'PASSED FIELD CENSOR/[crown]/1934' (A1) on face; [2] Field Service Post Card to Adelaide; [3] Field Service Post Card cancelled with double-circle 'FIELD POST OFFICE/B/14JU/17/d.60' (B1 - Western Front) to Murray Bridge SA; [4] poor '4th AUST.INF./BGDE/25-II-16/FIELD/P.O.' on OAS cover to Orkney, Scotland, magenta 'PASSED BY [CENSOR]
120.00
3102570  On Active Service PPCs to WA comprising [1] undated from Durban to Subiaco with 'AIF/PASSED BY CENSOR' handstamp in violet; [2] 1917 (Jan 2) from FPO/7X (France) to Cottesloe Beach with 'PASSED BY FIELD CENSOR/(crown)/1947' oval cachet; some toning on message sides. (2)
Lot 594 [1 of 2]:On Active Service PPCs to WA comprising [1] undated from Durban to Subiaco with 'AIF/PASSED BY CENSOR' handstamp in violet; [2] 1917 (Jan 2) from FPO/7X (France) to Cottesloe Beach with 'PASSED BY FIELD CENSOR/(crown)/1947' oval cachet; some toning on message sides. (2)Lot 594 [2 of 2]:On Active Service PPCs to WA comprising [1] undated from Durban to Subiaco with 'AIF/PASSED BY CENSOR' handstamp in violet; [2] 1917 (Jan 2) from FPO/7X (France) to Cottesloe Beach with 'PASSED BY FIELD CENSOR/(crown)/1947' oval cachet; some toning on message sides. (2)
36.00

AUSTRALIA - Military - World War II Period

3120042  Labuan 1945 (Jul 7) cover (flap tear) sent at 3d KGVI tied by “FIELD POST OFFICE/7JY45/037” datestamp (in use at Labuan), paying concessional airmail rate.
Lot 596:Labuan 1945 (Jul 7) cover (flap tear) sent at 3d KGVI tied by “FIELD POST OFFICE/7JY45/037” datestamp (in use at Labuan), paying concessional airmail rate.
70.00
2614439
 Northern Territory Field POs collection including Rear HQ NT Force, 66½ Mile, Adelaide River, Alice Springs, Batchelor (mostly Air Force - one registered), Birdum, Coomalie Creek, Daly Waters, Darwin, Fenton, Gorrie, Katherine, Larrimah, Mataranka, Melville Bay, Noonamah, Sattler, and Winnellie, allocation details lightly penciled reverse, wide range of Censor markings including RAAF, amongst which is little if any duplication, odd fault, generally good average quality, very useful group. (130)
Lot 598 [1 of 12]:Northern Territory Field POs collection including Rear HQ NT Force, 66½ Mile, Adelaide River, Alice Springs, Batchelor (mostly Air Force - one registered), Birdum, Coomalie Creek, Daly Waters, Darwin, Fenton, Gorrie, Katherine, Larrimah, Mataranka, Melville Bay, Noonamah, Sattler, and Winnellie, allocation details lightly penciled reverse, wide range of Censor markings including RAAF, amongst which is little if any duplication, odd fault, generally good average quality, very useful group. (130)Lot 598 [2 of 12]:Northern Territory Field POs collection including Rear HQ NT Force, 66½ Mile, Adelaide River, Alice Springs, Batchelor (mostly Air Force - one registered), Birdum, Coomalie Creek, Daly Waters, Darwin, Fenton, Gorrie, Katherine, Larrimah, Mataranka, Melville Bay, Noonamah, Sattler, and Winnellie, allocation details lightly penciled reverse, wide range of Censor markings including RAAF, amongst which is little if any duplication, odd fault, generally good average quality, very useful group. (130)Lot 598 [3 of 12]:Northern Territory Field POs collection including Rear HQ NT Force, 66½ Mile, Adelaide River, Alice Springs, Batchelor (mostly Air Force - one registered), Birdum, Coomalie Creek, Daly Waters, Darwin, Fenton, Gorrie, Katherine, Larrimah, Mataranka, Melville Bay, Noonamah, Sattler, and Winnellie, allocation details lightly penciled reverse, wide range of Censor markings including RAAF, amongst which is little if any duplication, odd fault, generally good average quality, very useful group. (130)
800.00
3120091  Torres Strait 1945 (May 29) stampless official cover from Torres Strait Coast Arty to Melbourne with fine strike of scarcer 'FIELD PO/29MY45/094' datestamp, then in use at Thursday Island.
Lot 606:Torres Strait 1945 (May 29) stampless official cover from Torres Strait Coast Arty to Melbourne with fine strike of scarcer 'FIELD PO/29MY45/094' datestamp, then in use at Thursday Island.
85.00
2616111
 War in Asia Australian produced original drop-leaflets, distributed over Japan, comprising images of Japanese POW's (i) eating and apparently contented, (ii) couple sifting rice, former with English instructions, 'J.185' Allied Forces propaganda leaflet to 'Responsible Officers' (English translation with errors, such as 'their', 'surunder', 'loosing'), and the Japanese equivalent leaflet, 'Ticket To Armistice', dropped over Allied strongholds, typical blemishes for 'field' aerially distributed articles. A rare group. (4)
Lot 609 [1 of 4]:War in Asia Australian produced original drop-leaflets, distributed over Japan, comprising images of Japanese POW's (i) eating and apparently contented, (ii) couple sifting rice, former with English instructions, 'J.185' Allied Forces propaganda leaflet to 'Responsible Officers' (English translation with errors, such as 'their', 'surunder', 'loosing'), and the Japanese equivalent leaflet, 'Ticket To Armistice', dropped over Allied strongholds, typical blemishes for 'field' aerially distributed articles. A rare group. (4)Lot 609 [2 of 4]:War in Asia Australian produced original drop-leaflets, distributed over Japan, comprising images of Japanese POW's (i) eating and apparently contented, (ii) couple sifting rice, former with English instructions, 'J.185' Allied Forces propaganda leaflet to 'Responsible Officers' (English translation with errors, such as 'their', 'surunder', 'loosing'), and the Japanese equivalent leaflet, 'Ticket To Armistice', dropped over Allied strongholds, typical blemishes for 'field' aerially distributed articles. A rare group. (4)Lot 609 [3 of 4]:War in Asia Australian produced original drop-leaflets, distributed over Japan, comprising images of Japanese POW's (i) eating and apparently contented, (ii) couple sifting rice, former with English instructions, 'J.185' Allied Forces propaganda leaflet to 'Responsible Officers' (English translation with errors, such as 'their', 'surunder', 'loosing'), and the Japanese equivalent leaflet, 'Ticket To Armistice', dropped over Allied strongholds, typical blemishes for 'field' aerially distributed articles. A rare group. (4)
480.00

NEW GUINEA - Postal History

2616104
 1940-44 censored cover selection bearing New Guinea frankings by airmail (4) and surface, one with “Passed by Censor/T.N.G No.15” handstamp tying red on bluish “OPENED BY CENSOR” tape, others censored Cairns (2, one with blue on white tape tied by crowned/circle handstamp) and Townsville (2), cancellations including Kokopo and A.I.F. FIELD P.O./No.12”, odd fault. (5)
Lot 951 [1 of 7]:1940-44 censored cover selection bearing New Guinea frankings by airmail (4) and surface, one with “Passed by Censor/T.N.G No.15” handstamp tying red on bluish “OPENED BY CENSOR” tape, others censored Cairns (2, one with blue on white tape tied by crowned/circle handstamp) and Townsville (2), cancellations including Kokopo and A.I.F. FIELD P.O./No.12”, odd fault. (5)Lot 951 [2 of 7]:1940-44 censored cover selection bearing New Guinea frankings by airmail (4) and surface, one with “Passed by Censor/T.N.G No.15” handstamp tying red on bluish “OPENED BY CENSOR” tape, others censored Cairns (2, one with blue on white tape tied by crowned/circle handstamp) and Townsville (2), cancellations including Kokopo and A.I.F. FIELD P.O./No.12”, odd fault. (5)Lot 951 [3 of 7]:1940-44 censored cover selection bearing New Guinea frankings by airmail (4) and surface, one with “Passed by Censor/T.N.G No.15” handstamp tying red on bluish “OPENED BY CENSOR” tape, others censored Cairns (2, one with blue on white tape tied by crowned/circle handstamp) and Townsville (2), cancellations including Kokopo and A.I.F. FIELD P.O./No.12”, odd fault. (5)
190.00

NEW ZEALAND - Postal History

3114157  1915 Gallipoli (Jun 10) OHMS Headquarters NZ Expeditionary Force (Imprinted beneath '00/9/14-15532') to 11th Battalion West Riding Regt, c/o High Commissioner for South Africa, Victoria Road, London, forwarded to 2/3rd West Riding Regiment, Whittington Barracks, Lichfield cancelled HEADQUARTERS/FIELD/10-JU-15/POST OFFICE/NZ' overstamped with boxed 'PASSED BY/(crown)/No 2225/Censor' handstamp in red, roughly opened along top & repaired with archival tape.
Lot 1407:1915 Gallipoli (Jun 10) OHMS Headquarters NZ Expeditionary Force (Imprinted beneath '00/9/14-15532') to 11th Battalion West Riding Regt, c/o High Commissioner for South Africa, Victoria Road, London, forwarded to 2/3rd West Riding Regiment, Whittington Barracks, Lichfield cancelled HEADQUARTERS/FIELD/10-JU-15/POST OFFICE/NZ' overstamped with boxed 'PASSED BY/(crown)/No 2225/Censor' handstamp in red, roughly opened along top & repaired with archival tape.
340.00
   
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