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3120262
SC Ioma Selection: with Lee Type #75 datestamp on large-part 1923 cover front addressed to UK, also on stamps x6 including in violet-blue (1918) or red x2 (1932 & 1933); Type #76 used on philatelic covers x3, 1935 with 3d Declaration imprint strip, 1938 registered with Declaration set or 1939 (FDI) with Air set to 1/-. (4 covers/fronts & 7 stamps)
PO c.-/6/1905; closed 14/2/1942.
Lot 1279 [1 of 5]:Ioma Selection: with Lee Type #75 datestamp on large-part 1923 cover front addressed to UK, also on stamps x6 including in violet-blue (1918) or red x2 (1932 & 1933); Type #76 used on philatelic covers x3, 1935 with 3d Declaration imprint strip, 1938 registered with Declaration set or 1939 (FDI) with Air set to 1/-. (4 covers/fronts & 7 stamps) PO c.-/6/1905; closed 14/2/1942.Lot 1279 [2 of 5]:Ioma Selection: with Lee Type #75 datestamp on large-part 1923 cover front addressed to UK, also on stamps x6 including in violet-blue (1918) or red x2 (1932 & 1933); Type #76 used on philatelic covers x3, 1935 with 3d Declaration imprint strip, 1938 registered with Declaration set or 1939 (FDI) with Air set to 1/-. (4 covers/fronts & 7 stamps) PO c.-/6/1905; closed 14/2/1942.Lot 1279 [3 of 5]:Ioma Selection: with Lee Type #75 datestamp on large-part 1923 cover front addressed to UK, also on stamps x6 including in violet-blue (1918) or red x2 (1932 & 1933); Type #76 used on philatelic covers x3, 1935 with 3d Declaration imprint strip, 1938 registered with Declaration set or 1939 (FDI) with Air set to 1/-. (4 covers/fronts & 7 stamps) PO c.-/6/1905; closed 14/2/1942.
105.00
3120257 Δ Tamata: 'POST OFFICE/CROWN/TAMATA' impression in deep red wax, some minor cracking & small segment missing at right. Ex John Nicholson who believed the seal was discovered in a safe at Abau Distict Office around 1955.
Lot 1280:Tamata: 'POST OFFICE/CROWN/TAMATA' impression in deep red wax, some minor cracking & small segment missing at right. Ex John Nicholson who believed the seal was discovered in a safe at Abau Distict Office around 1955.
85.00
   
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