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FRANCE - Advertising Covers

2588077  1923 5c Sower (Mar 29) advertising envelope of CYCLES "Monotube" Clermont-Ferrand to Brussels with Yvert #158 (cds). Underpaid with Belgium 30c Postage Due affixed, refused (label affixed on back) and returned to sender (bi-lingual handstamps). Central fold hardly detracts from colourful and attractive cover. Strong thematic.
Lot 1154:1923 5c Sower (Mar 29) advertising envelope of CYCLES "Monotube" Clermont-Ferrand to Brussels with Yvert #158 (cds). Underpaid with Belgium 30c Postage Due affixed, refused (label affixed on back) and returned to sender (bi-lingual handstamps). Central fold hardly detracts from colourful and attractive cover. Strong thematic.
60.00

FRANCE - Postal History

2614549  1900 Exposition Universelle De Paris (Oct 11) 'Commission Royale de l'Australie Occidentale/...' cover to Roumania with 25c tied by 'PARIS 106/PLACE DU TROCADERO', Bucarest arrival backstamp & light strike of the postman's 'posthorn/94' delivery handstamp in violet on the face, very fine. The enclosed letter, signed Geo Aytoun/[Secretaire] accompanied a list of publications about Western Australia.
Lot 1155 [1 of 2]:1900 Exposition Universelle De Paris (Oct 11) 'Commission Royale de l'Australie Occidentale/...' cover to Roumania with 25c tied by 'PARIS 106/PLACE DU TROCADERO', Bucarest arrival backstamp & light strike of the postman's 'posthorn/94Lot 1155 [2 of 2]:1900 Exposition Universelle De Paris (Oct 11) 'Commission Royale de l'Australie Occidentale/...' cover to Roumania with 25c tied by 'PARIS 106/PLACE DU TROCADERO', Bucarest arrival backstamp & light strike of the postman's 'posthorn/94
290.00
3114154  1934 (Feb 17) cover to London with 50c Commerce x3 tied by Paris slogan cancel, with original contents comprising mourning letter, plus a second message on pictorial headed notepaper showing images of Mickey & Minnie Mouse. Early Disney social history item. (3)
Lot 1156 [1 of 3]:1934 (Feb 17) cover to London with 50c Commerce x3 tied by Paris slogan cancel, with original contents comprising mourning letter, plus a second message on pictorial headed notepaper showing images of Mickey & Minnie Mouse. Early Disney social history item. (3)Lot 1156 [2 of 3]:1934 (Feb 17) cover to London with 50c Commerce x3 tied by Paris slogan cancel, with original contents comprising mourning letter, plus a second message on pictorial headed notepaper showing images of Mickey & Minnie Mouse. Early Disney social history item. (3)Lot 1156 [3 of 3]:1934 (Feb 17) cover to London with 50c Commerce x3 tied by Paris slogan cancel, with original contents comprising mourning letter, plus a second message on pictorial headed notepaper showing images of Mickey & Minnie Mouse. Early Disney social history item. (3)
130.00
3128387  1953 (Aug 10) airmail cover to Canada with 35fr franking tied by Nice machine cancel, Type XVII 'OAT/FS' cachet in violet applied at Mt Pleasant Sorting Office (UK), underpaid but not taxed probably due to a amnesty period being applied following rate changes after the jusqu'a and au dela mail rates ended in 1952.
Lot 1157:1953 (Aug 10) airmail cover to Canada with 35fr franking tied by Nice machine cancel, Type XVII 'OAT/FS' cachet in violet applied at Mt Pleasant Sorting Office (UK), underpaid but not taxed probably due to a amnesty period being applied following rate changes after the jusqu'a and au dela mail rates ended in 1952.
85.00

FRANCE - DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA

2615201  PPC of 15c French Congo Stamp: used as a 1910 raffle ticket receipt, raising money for a Sanatorium.
Lot 1158 [1 of 2]:PPC of 15c French Congo Stamp: used as a 1910 raffle ticket receipt, raising money for a Sanatorium. Lot 1158 [2 of 2]:PPC of 15c French Congo Stamp: used as a 1910 raffle ticket receipt, raising money for a Sanatorium.
60.00

AUSTRALIA - Advertising Covers

2616376  1878 (Mar 20) use of 1/- Bell on Golden Fleece Hotel cover (fine full back advert) from Melbourne to France, endorsed Via Brindisi, underpaid by ½d hence red boxed 'IN[SUFFIC]IENTLY PAID/VIA [BR]INDISI' handstamp on face. Small fault on back. [Palmer only records two covers to France with this handstamp]
Lot 467 [1 of 2]:1878 (Mar 20) use of 1/- Bell on Golden Fleece Hotel cover (fine full back advert) from Melbourne to France, endorsed Via Brindisi, underpaid by ½d hence red boxed 'IN[SUFFIC]IENTLY PAID/VIA [BR]Lot 467 [2 of 2]:1878 (Mar 20) use of 1/- Bell on Golden Fleece Hotel cover (fine full back advert) from Melbourne to France, endorsed Via Brindisi, underpaid by ½d hence red boxed 'IN[SUFFIC]IENTLY PAID/VIA [BR]
480.00

AUSTRALIA - Postal History

3128374  1945 (Dec 20) cover to France with 1/6d franking paying airmail rate, Type XI 'OAT' cachet in red applied in London, two possible routes to destination identified by vendor; cover with central fold and small blemishes.
Lot 506:1945 (Dec 20) cover to France with 1/6d franking paying airmail rate, Type XI 'OAT' cachet in red applied in London, two possible routes to destination identified by vendor; cover with central fold and small blemishes.
85.00

AUSTRALIA - Military - World War I Period

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✉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 540 [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 540 [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 540 [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

NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History

3125381  1854 (Sep 10) outer to France "pr Steamer Croesus" with 3d Laureate tied by Bars cancel of Sydney, '15' handstamp in black fine boxed 'COLONIES/&C ART.13' handstamp, Calais transit datestamp on face, Sydney departure and Paris arrival backstamps. [The Croesus broke both propellers en route via Cape Horn and proceeded to Ascension Island under sail, once a new propeller was fitted she continued to Calais via St Vincent (Cape Verde) & Southampton]
Lot 601 [1 of 2]:1854 (Sep 10) outer to France "pr Steamer Croesus" with 3d Laureate tied by Bars cancel of Sydney, '15' handstamp in black fine boxed 'COLONIES/&C ART.13' handstamp, Calais transit datestamp on face, Sydney departure and Paris arrival backstamps. [The Croesus broke both propellers en route via Cape Horn and proceeded to Ascension Island under sail, once a new propeller was fitted she continued to Calais via St Vincent (Cape Verde) & Southampton] Lot 601 [2 of 2]:1854 (Sep 10) outer to France "pr Steamer Croesus" with 3d Laureate tied by Bars cancel of Sydney, '15' handstamp in black fine boxed 'COLONIES/&C ART.13' handstamp, Calais transit datestamp on face, Sydney departure and Paris arrival backstamps. [The Croesus broke both propellers en route via Cape Horn and proceeded to Ascension Island under sail, once a new propeller was fitted she continued to Calais via St Vincent (Cape Verde) & Southampton]
320.00

TASMANIA - Postal History

3107728  1907 (Jun 10) PPC (Hobart, town scene) to France with 1½d on 5d Tablet tied to face by Hobart datestamp, minor edge blemishes.
Lot 735:1907 (Jun 10) PPC (Hobart, town scene) to France with 1½d on 5d Tablet tied to face by Hobart datestamp, minor edge blemishes.
60.00
   
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