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AUSTRALIA Georgian Head Issues - Collections and Miscellaneous Groupings

563 U/* Mainly Used Collection on well written up leaves, appears complete at the wmk level including perf 'OS' so includes 1/4d SMW P14 normal & 'OS', a few of the early CTOs and some of the 1d red shades and varieties are missing, otherwise largely intact. Good value at estimate. (100s) 1,500.00 This lot is no longer available

AUSTRALIA Other Pre-Decimals

767 F 1949-50 5/- Arms red block of 6 (3x2) showing different alignments of the two-part 'T' perfin, Hobart parcels roller cancel. Unusual.
Lot 767:1949-50 5/- Arms red block of 6 (3x2) showing different alignments of the two-part 'T' perfin, Hobart parcels roller cancel. Unusual.
60.00 100.00 sold

QUEENSLAND - Early Inwards Postal History

1025  1869 (Dec 18) inwards cover from Hobart to Supreme Court Brisbane with 6d perforated Chalon tied by Hobart dumb cancel with adjacent strike of GPO Hobart-Town Crown datestamp in red, Brisbane (Dec 31) arrival backstamp. Covers from Tasmania to Queensland are rare, particularly so early.
Lot 1025 [1 of 2]:1869 (Dec 18) inwards cover from Hobart to Supreme Court Brisbane with 6d perforated Chalon tied by Hobart dumb cancel with adjacent strike of GPO Hobart-Town Crown datestamp in red, Brisbane (Dec 31) arrival backstamp. Covers from Tasmania to Queensland are rare, particularly so early. Lot 1025 [2 of 2]:1869 (Dec 18) inwards cover from Hobart to Supreme Court Brisbane with 6d perforated Chalon tied by Hobart dumb cancel with adjacent strike of GPO Hobart-Town Crown datestamp in red, Brisbane (Dec 31) arrival backstamp. Covers from Tasmania to Queensland are rare, particularly so early.
500.00 400.00 R

SOUTH AUSTRALIA Departmental Overprints by User

1138 F Post Office Blue 'P.O.' on 2d vermilion wmk Star Roulette, the roulettes grossly misplaced - the vertical roulettes pass through the 'O.' - so cut from the sheet, a couple of tiny defects. Rated 4R.
Lot 1138:Post Office Blue 'P.O.' on 2d vermilion wmk Star Roulette, the roulettes grossly misplaced - the vertical roulettes pass through the 'O.' - so cut from the sheet, a couple of tiny defects. Rated 4R.
400.00 300.00 sold

NEW ZEALAND - Postal History

1440  1862 (Sep 16) cover with Imperf 6d black-brown (SG #41?) pair (margins just touching to large, except where cut-into at the base of the second unit) tied by neat '14' cancels of 'PICTON' (poor backstamp), fine unframed 'P.D.' handstamp applied at WellIngton (?), French 'POSS ANG V SUEZ/13/JANV/63/MARSEILLES' mailboat sorter in red on the face, redirected on arrival & with four French backstamp. Carried per Madras, departed Sydney 22/11/1862; mail arrived Malta 10/1/1863 & Marseilles 13/1/1863. [From 5/4/1862, mail to France could be partly-paid, or fully paid, to destination. Duplicate sets of instructional handstamps including 'P.P.' & 'P.D.' were sent to Auckland and Wellington: see Ellott (2009) at page 53. The rate was the standard 6d + 4d per ¼oz so the cover was overpaid 2d for a ¼oz letter.] Ex Benvie. 1,000.00 This lot is no longer available
1448  1868 (Jan) large-part cover (opened-out to display the stamps that were folded over the edges) to Locarno with P12½ 1d vermilion x5 & 1/- yellow-green pair cancelled with squiggly lines attributed to Waimea (unrecorded by Wooders), Hokitika transit backstamp of JA22/68, fine strike of the scarce 'REGISTERED/PD/S/30MR68/LONDON' "overlapped duplex" transit d/s in red, 'ANGL/AMB CALAIS A' TPO cds & French 'CHARGE' handstamp, Swiss postage due handstamp plus backstamp of Basel, Lucerne & Locarno & undated-oval '[cross]/GIUMAGLIO' arrival handstamp. A famous item, that oozes character. Carried per "Kaikoura", departed Wellington 7/2/1868; arrived Panama 5/3/1868; mails arrived Plymouth 28/3/1868. [While this might appear to be overpaid 1d for a ¼oz letter, the Swiss handstamp shows the weight as 8gr (= just over ¼oz) so the correct rate was 1/4d + 1/10d registration = 1/- plus an extra 5d per ¼oz x2 - see Ellott Vol 3 at page 20-47: note 'f' - which means that 3d & 6d stamps are missing (apparently from the upper-right).] Ex Woolfe & Benvie. 500.00 This lot is no longer available
   
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