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2500389 ✉FA-1852 (Jan 9) stampless cover from Sydney to Edinburgh endorsed "by the Kate", rated "3" in red, cancelled with poor Sydney Ship Letter of JA*9/1852, Edinburgh arrival of 'MAY/F 1 M/1852' (A2).
Lot 477:1852 (Jan 9) stampless cover from Sydney to Edinburgh endorsed "by the Kate", rated "3" in red, cancelled with poor Sydney Ship Letter of JA*9/1852, Edinburgh arrival of 'MAY/F 1 M/1852' (A2).
180.00
3108899  1854(?) outer to Sydney with 2d Laureate tied by weak strike of BN '62', Morpeth crown oval backstamp.
Lot 478:1854(?) outer to Sydney with 2d Laureate tied by weak strike of BN '62', Morpeth crown oval backstamp.
55.00
2611472  1856 (Dec 7) stampless cover, with contents, from Sydney to Scotland, endorsed "Per Wooloomoloo", '3' handstamp on face obliterated and endorsed "6" in black.
Lot 479 [1 of 2]:1856 (Dec 7) stampless cover, with contents, from Sydney to Scotland, endorsed "Per Wooloomoloo", '3' handstamp on face obliterated and endorsed "6" in black. Lot 479 [2 of 2]:1856 (Dec 7) stampless cover, with contents, from Sydney to Scotland, endorsed "Per Wooloomoloo", '3' handstamp on face obliterated and endorsed "6" in black.
145.00
2614588
✉PS 1890-1901 group of US postal stationery items and a covers, all addressed to Miss LA Windeyer from her sister Margaret Windeyer, who was the first female Exhibition Commissioner, representing New South Wales at the 1893 Columbian Exhibition. (6)
Lot 480 [1 of 6]:1890-1901 group of US postal stationery items and a covers, all addressed to Miss LA Windeyer from her sister Margaret Windeyer, who was the first female Exhibition Commissioner, representing New South Wales at the 1893 Columbian Exhibition. (6)Lot 480 [2 of 6]:1890-1901 group of US postal stationery items and a covers, all addressed to Miss LA Windeyer from her sister Margaret Windeyer, who was the first female Exhibition Commissioner, representing New South Wales at the 1893 Columbian Exhibition. (6)Lot 480 [3 of 6]:1890-1901 group of US postal stationery items and a covers, all addressed to Miss LA Windeyer from her sister Margaret Windeyer, who was the first female Exhibition Commissioner, representing New South Wales at the 1893 Columbian Exhibition. (6)
240.00
2581887 A-1896 PTPO 1d Centennial 'PRINTED CIRCULAR' envelope for 'Robert B Wallace' of Newcastle, to Bremen, Germany. Small peripheral faults.
Lot 481:1896 PTPO 1d Centennial 'PRINTED CIRCULAR' envelope for 'Robert B Wallace' of Newcastle, to Bremen, Germany. Small peripheral faults.
36.00
3120055  1897-1901 Sydney Paid datestamps, earliest undenominated, latest '1D' (Printed matter) to Kogarah, plus 1899 Governor Frank Stamp on Govt House stationery (roughly opened) to Newtown. (3)
Lot 482 [1 of 3]:1897-1901 Sydney Paid datestamps, earliest undenominated, latest '1D' (Printed matter) to Kogarah, plus 1899 Governor Frank Stamp on Govt House stationery (roughly opened) to Newtown. (3)Lot 482 [2 of 3]:1897-1901 Sydney Paid datestamps, earliest undenominated, latest '1D' (Printed matter) to Kogarah, plus 1899 Governor Frank Stamp on Govt House stationery (roughly opened) to Newtown. (3)Lot 482 [3 of 3]:1897-1901 Sydney Paid datestamps, earliest undenominated, latest '1D' (Printed matter) to Kogarah, plus 1899 Governor Frank Stamp on Govt House stationery (roughly opened) to Newtown. (3)
95.00
3115988  1908 (Aug 10) PPC to Noumea, New Caledonia with 1d Shield tied by Sydney machine cancel, with boxed 'DEF 5/FINE 5{10 CENTIMES' handstamp, fine condition.
Lot 483 [1 of 2]:1908 (Aug 10) PPC to Noumea, New Caledonia with 1d Shield tied by Sydney machine cancel, with boxed 'DEF 5/FINE 5{10 CENTIMES' handstamp, fine condition. Lot 483 [2 of 2]:1908 (Aug 10) PPC to Noumea, New Caledonia with 1d Shield tied by Sydney machine cancel, with boxed 'DEF 5/FINE 5{10 CENTIMES' handstamp, fine condition.
48.00
2585602  1921 (Feb 23) long and wrinkled OHMS envelope of The Treasury, New South Wales, Pay Branch, registered (red NSW Exchange label) to Haberfield with slightly foxed Roos 3rd wmk 6d pale blue Die II perf 'OS/NSW' tied 'EXCHANGE' s/ring cds. Backstamped the same plus registered Sydney and Haberfield arr cds.
Lot 484 [1 of 2]:1921 (Feb 23) long and wrinkled OHMS envelope of The Treasury, New South Wales, Pay Branch, registered (red NSW Exchange label) to Haberfield with slightly foxed Roos 3rd wmk 6d pale blue Die II perf 'OS/NSW' tied 'EXCHANGE' s/ring cds. Backstamped the same plus registered Sydney and Haberfield arr cds. Lot 484 [2 of 2]:1921 (Feb 23) long and wrinkled OHMS envelope of The Treasury, New South Wales, Pay Branch, registered (red NSW Exchange label) to Haberfield with slightly foxed Roos 3rd wmk 6d pale blue Die II perf 'OS/NSW' tied 'EXCHANGE' s/ring cds. Backstamped the same plus registered Sydney and Haberfield arr cds.
70.00
   
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