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AUSTRALIA - Postal History

3101440   1928 [1] (Jan 10) Australian Glass Manufacturers PTPO 1½d Envelope uprated with KGV 1d green tied by d/ring 'WELLINGTON/NZ/10JA28/LOOSE LETTERS' cds; [2] 1930 (May 13) National Insurance Co (of NZ) PTPO 1½d Long Envelope uprated with KGV 1d green tied by smudged 'AUCKLAND NZ/LOOSE LETTER' cds; both items opened on three sides with peripheral blemishes. (2)
Lot 5989 [1 of 2]:1928 [1] (Jan 10) Australian Glass Manufacturers PTPO 1½d Envelope uprated with KGV 1d green tied by d/ring 'WELLINGTON/NZ/10JA28/LOOSE LETTERS' cds; [2] 1930 (May 13) National Insurance Co (of NZ) PTPO 1½d Long Envelope uprated with KGV 1d green tied by smudged 'AUCKLAND NZ/LOOSE LETTER' cds; both items opened on three sides with peripheral blemishes. (2)Lot 5989 [2 of 2]:1928 [1] (Jan 10) Australian Glass Manufacturers PTPO 1½d Envelope uprated with KGV 1d green tied by d/ring 'WELLINGTON/NZ/10JA28/LOOSE LETTERS' cds; [2] 1930 (May 13) National Insurance Co (of NZ) PTPO 1½d Long Envelope uprated with KGV 1d green tied by smudged 'AUCKLAND NZ/LOOSE LETTER' cds; both items opened on three sides with peripheral blemishes. (2)
48.00

TASMANIA - Postal History

3110412
 1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)
Lot 10805 [1 of 9]:1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)Lot 10805 [2 of 9]:1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)Lot 10805 [3 of 9]:1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)Lot 10805 [4 of 9]:1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)Lot 10805 [5 of 9]:1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)Lot 10805 [6 of 9]:1843-45 Entires From NSW to merchant William Johnstone all with Sydney crown oval datestamps of varying quality and most with Launceston double-circle arrival backstamps, very mixed condition. (9)
90.00

FRENCH COLONIES ALGERIA - Postal History

1066687 A1943 use of 50c pair and 1f50 pair, cancelled with 'CAP-MATIFOU/1625/20-1/43/ALGER' (B1), to Red Cross, Geneva, '51-929-W.&S. P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1097' label at left, German 'A.x.' (A1+) Censor on back, Le Vaquemestre handstamp in TLC. [Cap Matifou was captured by the Allies on 8/11/1942]
Lot 22592 [1 of 2]:1943 use of 50c pair and 1f50 pair, cancelled with 'CAP-MATIFOU/1625/20-1/43/ALGER' (B1), to Red Cross, Geneva, '51-929-W.&S. P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1097' label at left, German 'A.x.' (A1+) Censor on back, Le Vaquemestre handstamp in TLC. [Cap Matifou was captured by the Allies on 8/11/1942] Lot 22592 [2 of 2]:1943 use of 50c pair and 1f50 pair, cancelled with 'CAP-MATIFOU/1625/20-1/43/ALGER' (B1), to Red Cross, Geneva, '51-929-W.&S. P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 1097' label at left, German 'A.x.' (A1+) Censor on back, Le Vaquemestre handstamp in TLC. [Cap Matifou was captured by the Allies on 8/11/1942]
48.00

GREAT BRITAIN - Postal History

3115747  1868 (Oct 20) pre UPU Transantlantic mail entire to New York endorsed "per America" with 6d Plate 6 SG #104 tied by Londin duplex cancel, fine New York/Paid All 'NOV 3' arrival datestamp in red. [Interesting letter discusses cargo loading difficulties and alternative shipping arrangements]
Lot 23679:1868 (Oct 20) pre UPU Transantlantic mail entire to New York endorsed "per America" with 6d Plate 6 SG #104 tied by Londin duplex cancel, fine New York/Paid All 'NOV 3' arrival datestamp in red. [Interesting letter discusses cargo loading difficulties and alternative shipping arrangements]
240.00
3104477
 1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)
Lot 23700 [1 of 8]:1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)Lot 23700 [2 of 8]:1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)Lot 23700 [3 of 8]:1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)Lot 23700 [4 of 8]:1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)Lot 23700 [5 of 8]:1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)Lot 23700 [6 of 8]:1930s-50s Covers Assortment comprising [1] 1935 with KGV 1½d & 1940 stampless both with 'RECEIVED FROM/H M SHIPS' cancels, the latter with HM Ships censor cachet on reverse; [2] 1942 Royal Canadian Airforce (crest on flap) to London with indistinct FPO cancel; [3] 1934-57 meter covers x7 including 1957 at 1/3d rate to USA; [4] Hotel covers x7 including 1939 Southbourne Cliffs "North Atlantic/AIR SERVICE" to New York and a 1950s Warldorf PPC; condition variable. (18)
60.00

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Postal History

1066721 ✉FC1863 use of 1d bright blue, 3c dull red & 10c green cancelled with double-circle 'FLUSHING/DEC29/63.N/Y' target duplex (B1), read 'N.YORK BR.PKT./DEC30/PAID 19' (B2 - month inverted), poor Saltcoats (Scotland) arrival of JA11/1864. Biro marking on face has been bleached out and, as the rate was 24c another 10c has been removed.
Lot 28105:1863 use of 1d bright blue, 3c dull red & 10c green cancelled with double-circle 'FLUSHING/DEC29/63.N/Y' target duplex (B1), read 'N.YORK BR.PKT./DEC30/PA
160.00
   
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