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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 359 [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 359 [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 610 [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 610 [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 610 [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)
90.00

BARBADOS - Postal History

3122171  1847 (Nov 27) mourning cover to London endorsed "Packet/27th Novr", rated "1/-", on reverse fine 'BARBADOES/NO27/1847' double-arc datestamp, small internal fault on the face.
Lot 876 [1 of 2]:1847 (Nov 27) mourning cover to London endorsed "Packet/27th Novr", rated "1/-", on reverse fine 'BARBADOES/NO27/1847' double-arc datestamp, small internal fault on the face. Lot 876 [2 of 2]:1847 (Nov 27) mourning cover to London endorsed "Packet/27th Novr", rated "1/-", on reverse fine 'BARBADOES/NO27/1847' double-arc datestamp, small internal fault on the face.
145.00

EGYPT - Postal History

3115763  1899 (Jul 29) cover to Mainpuri India with GB QV 1d lilac tied boxed 'PAQUEBOT' cancel, adjacent fine strike of 'SUEZ/29/VII/99' datestamp, Sea Post Office/C transit & Mainpuri arrival backstamp. Nice item.
Lot 979 [1 of 2]:1899 (Jul 29) cover to Mainpuri India with GB QV 1d lilac tied boxed 'PAQUEBOT' cancel, adjacent fine strike of 'SUEZ/29/VII/99' datestamp, Sea Post Office/C transit & Mainpuri arrival backstamp. Nice item. Lot 979 [2 of 2]:1899 (Jul 29) cover to Mainpuri India with GB QV 1d lilac tied boxed 'PAQUEBOT' cancel, adjacent fine strike of 'SUEZ/29/VII/99' datestamp, Sea Post Office/C transit & Mainpuri arrival backstamp. Nice item.
70.00

GIBRALTAR - British Post Offices

3122282  1885 (Dec 29) cover to "HMS Diamond, Sydney," with GB 1d lilac tied by 'A26' duplex cancel, SG #Z77, underpaid for ship mail to Australia with manuscript "10 cts" marking, subsequently identified as concession mail to a HM Ship with manuscript marking scored through & tax handstamp obliterated (with worn 'A26' canceller), Port Said & Suez transits & Sydney arrival backstamps, re-directed on arrival to St Vincent's Hospital. Late use of GB adhesives in Gibraltar.
Lot 1124 [1 of 2]:1885 (Dec 29) cover to "HMS Diamond, Sydney," with GB 1d lilac tied by 'A26' duplex cancel, SG #Z77, underpaid for ship mail to Australia with manuscript "10 cts" marking, subsequently identified as concession mail to a HM Ship with manuscript marking scored through & tax handstamp obliterated (with worn 'A26' canceller), Port Said & Suez transits & Sydney arrival backstamps, re-directed on arrival to St Vincent's Hospital. Late use of GB adhesives in Gibraltar. Lot 1124 [2 of 2]:1885 (Dec 29) cover to "HMS Diamond, Sydney," with GB 1d lilac tied by 'A26' duplex cancel, SG #Z77, underpaid for ship mail to Australia with manuscript "10 cts" marking, subsequently identified as concession mail to a HM Ship with manuscript marking scored through & tax handstamp obliterated (with worn 'A26' canceller), Port Said & Suez transits & Sydney arrival backstamps, re-directed on arrival to St Vincent's Hospital. Late use of GB adhesives in Gibraltar.
220.00

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 1158:1868 (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 1169 [1 of 3]: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 1169 [2 of 3]: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 1169 [3 of 3]: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

MALTA - British Post Offices

3122353  1859-84 Issues 4d vermilion tied by 'A25' duplex, SG #Z47, to 1859 (May 7) entire to Genoa, Italian 'PIROSCAFI/POSTALI/FRANCESI' (French Sea Mail) three-line handstamp in red, Genova arrival backstamp.
Lot 1302 [1 of 2]:1859-84 Issues 4d vermilion tied by 'A25' duplex, SG #Z47, to 1859 (May 7) entire to Genoa, Italian 'PIROSCAFI/POSTALI/FRANCESI' (French Sea Mail) three-line handstamp in red, Genova arrival backstamp. Lot 1302 [2 of 2]:1859-84 Issues 4d vermilion tied by 'A25' duplex, SG #Z47, to 1859 (May 7) entire to Genoa, Italian 'PIROSCAFI/POSTALI/FRANCESI' (French Sea Mail) three-line handstamp in red, Genova arrival backstamp.
120.00

MALTA - Postal History

3122357
 1852 Pre-Stamp Entires with [1] (Nov 2) to Marseilles with good strike of Malta double-arc datestamp, 'POSS.ANGL MARSEILLE' mailboat datestamp in red, weak arrival backstamp; [2] (Dec 13) to Egypt rated "5" with good strike of 'MALTA/DE13/1852/PAID' datestamp fine Alexandria 'DE17/1852' double-arc arrival datestamp. (2)
Lot 1311 [1 of 9]:1852 Pre-Stamp Entires with [1] (Nov 2) to Marseilles with good strike of Malta double-arc datestamp, 'POSS.ANGL MARSEILLE' mailboat datestamp in red, weak arrival backstamp; [2] (Dec 13) to Egypt rated "5" with good strike of 'MALTA/DE13/1852/PAID' datestamp fine Alexandria 'DE17/1852' double-arc arrival datestamp. (2)Lot 1311 [2 of 9]:1852 Pre-Stamp Entires with [1] (Nov 2) to Marseilles with good strike of Malta double-arc datestamp, 'POSS.ANGL MARSEILLE' mailboat datestamp in red, weak arrival backstamp; [2] (Dec 13) to Egypt rated "5" with good strike of 'MALTA/DE13/1852/PAID' datestamp fine Alexandria 'DE17/1852' double-arc arrival datestamp. (2)Lot 1311 [3 of 9]:1852 Pre-Stamp Entires with [1] (Nov 2) to Marseilles with good strike of Malta double-arc datestamp, 'POSS.ANGL MARSEILLE' mailboat datestamp in red, weak arrival backstamp; [2] (Dec 13) to Egypt rated "5" with good strike of 'MALTA/DE13/1852/PAID' datestamp fine Alexandria 'DE17/1852' double-arc arrival datestamp. (2)
145.00

NEW ZEALAND - British Post Offices

3122313  1848 (Oct 18) entire letter to London with fine strike of 'PAID/AT/AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND' crowned-circle handstamp in red SG #CC1 (Cat £300 on cover) and very fine 'AUCKLAND/A/OC18/1848/A/NEW ZEALAND' backstamp in black, rated "4" in red & "1/-" in black, London '20MAR20/[1849]' arrival backstamp. [Correspondence is signed by RN Wynyard & initialled by him on the front. Wynyard was a British soldier and colonial administrator who took part in the 1844 Flagstaff War and in 1846 was a member of the party who stormed Ruapekapeka. He was Commander of Military Forces in New Zealand between 1851 and 1858 and later served as Acting Governor of New Zealand for two short periods.]
Lot 1327:1848 (Oct 18) entire letter to London with fine strike of 'PAID/AT/AUCKLAND NEW ZEALAND' crowned-circle handstamp in red SG #CC1 (Cat £300 on cover) and very fine 'AUCKLAND/A/OC18/1848/A/NEW ZEALAND' backstamp in black, rated "4" in red & "1/-" in black, London '20MAR20/[1849]
725.00
   
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