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VICTORIA - DOCUMENTS & EPHEMERA

2616036  1842 Cheques: made out to Messr Watson & Hunter, Melbourne, [1] Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne 2/4/1842 for £64/19/-; [2] Port Phillip Bank 19/5/1842 for £42 (The Port Philip bank only operated between Jan 1840 and Jan 1843); [3] Bank of Australia, Sydney 30/6/1842 for £87/6/5d. (3)
Lot 798 [1 of 3]:1842 Cheques: made out to Messr Watson & Hunter, Melbourne, [1] Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne 2/4/1842 for £64/19/-; [2] Port Phillip Bank 19/5/1842 for £42 (The Port Philip bank only operated between Jan 1840 and Jan 1843); [3] Bank of Australia, Sydney 30/6/1842 for £87/6/5d. (3)Lot 798 [2 of 3]:1842 Cheques: made out to Messr Watson & Hunter, Melbourne, [1] Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne 2/4/1842 for £64/19/-; [2] Port Phillip Bank 19/5/1842 for £42 (The Port Philip bank only operated between Jan 1840 and Jan 1843); [3] Bank of Australia, Sydney 30/6/1842 for £87/6/5d. (3)Lot 798 [3 of 3]:1842 Cheques: made out to Messr Watson & Hunter, Melbourne, [1] Union Bank of Australia, Melbourne 2/4/1842 for £64/19/-; [2] Port Phillip Bank 19/5/1842 for £42 (The Port Philip bank only operated between Jan 1840 and Jan 1843); [3] Bank of Australia, Sydney 30/6/1842 for £87/6/5d. (3)
145.00
3600054
  1854 Original Contract: of J.S. Campbell & Co. for the printing of 500,000 each of the 1d and 3d Half-Lengths and 2,000,000 2d Queen-on-Throne. Attached to the contract is the bond signed by James S Campbell, James Fergusson and Rudolph Hackmann, and a specimen of the gummed paper to be used for printing the stamps signed by the same gentlemen. A highly important and unique document. With Rodney A Perry Certificate of Opinion (2006).
Lot 799 [1 of 5]:1854 Original Contract: of J.S. Campbell & Co. for the printing of 500,000 each of the 1d and 3d Half-Lengths and 2,000,000 2d Queen-on-Throne. Attached to the contract is the bond signed by James S Campbell, James Fergusson and Rudolph Hackmann, and a specimen of the gummed paper to be used for printing the stamps signed by the same gentlemen. A highly important and unique document. With Rodney A Perry Certificate of Opinion (2006). Lot 799 [2 of 5]:1854 Original Contract: of J.S. Campbell & Co. for the printing of 500,000 each of the 1d and 3d Half-Lengths and 2,000,000 2d Queen-on-Throne. Attached to the contract is the bond signed by James S Campbell, James Fergusson and Rudolph Hackmann, and a specimen of the gummed paper to be used for printing the stamps signed by the same gentlemen. A highly important and unique document. With Rodney A Perry Certificate of Opinion (2006). Lot 799 [3 of 5]:1854 Original Contract: of J.S. Campbell & Co. for the printing of 500,000 each of the 1d and 3d Half-Lengths and 2,000,000 2d Queen-on-Throne. Attached to the contract is the bond signed by James S Campbell, James Fergusson and Rudolph Hackmann, and a specimen of the gummed paper to be used for printing the stamps signed by the same gentlemen. A highly important and unique document. With Rodney A Perry Certificate of Opinion (2006).
24,000.00
2614572
  1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition Commission: Carte de visite by Henry H Bailey, photographer of Hobart Town, producer of album portraits with photograph on reverse. His card states that he won a medal at the Melbourne InterColonial Exhibition (in Class 5, Group 1 Section 16a; verified in the Official Record). Accompanied by an original albumen print of the Melbourne Public Library (attributed to Nicholas Caire) and a real photo postcard of the same building, which was originally erected for the 1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition. Also a photocopy of the floor plan of the exhibition. (3 items)
Lot 800 [1 of 4]:1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition Commission: Carte de visite by Henry H Bailey, photographer of Hobart Town, producer of album portraits with photograph on reverse. His card states that he won a medal at the Melbourne InterColonial Exhibition (in Class 5, Group 1 Section 16a; verified in the Official Record). Accompanied by an original albumen print of the Melbourne Public Library (attributed to Nicholas Caire) and a real photo postcard of the same building, which was originally erected for the 1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition. Also a photocopy of the floor plan of the exhibition. (3 items)Lot 800 [2 of 4]:1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition Commission: Carte de visite by Henry H Bailey, photographer of Hobart Town, producer of album portraits with photograph on reverse. His card states that he won a medal at the Melbourne InterColonial Exhibition (in Class 5, Group 1 Section 16a; verified in the Official Record). Accompanied by an original albumen print of the Melbourne Public Library (attributed to Nicholas Caire) and a real photo postcard of the same building, which was originally erected for the 1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition. Also a photocopy of the floor plan of the exhibition. (3 items)Lot 800 [3 of 4]:1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition Commission: Carte de visite by Henry H Bailey, photographer of Hobart Town, producer of album portraits with photograph on reverse. His card states that he won a medal at the Melbourne InterColonial Exhibition (in Class 5, Group 1 Section 16a; verified in the Official Record). Accompanied by an original albumen print of the Melbourne Public Library (attributed to Nicholas Caire) and a real photo postcard of the same building, which was originally erected for the 1866-67 Intercolonial Exhibition. Also a photocopy of the floor plan of the exhibition. (3 items)
60.00
2614578   1888-89 Centennial International Exhibition: Pencil drawing on card by Competitor 12 in the Competition seeking the Centennial Medal design for the Exhibition. Entitled 'Victoria Leads', the design was unsuccessful. Plus Obverse and Reverse designs of the 1888 Centennial International Exhibition Medal, on thin brown paper, a plate from the official catalogue. (2)
Lot 802 [1 of 2]:1888-89 Centennial International Exhibition: Pencil drawing on card by Competitor 12 in the Competition seeking the Centennial Medal design for the Exhibition. Entitled 'Victoria Leads', the design was unsuccessful. Plus Obverse and Reverse designs of the 1888 Centennial International Exhibition Medal, on thin brown paper, a plate from the official catalogue. (2)Lot 802 [2 of 2]:1888-89 Centennial International Exhibition: Pencil drawing on card by Competitor 12 in the Competition seeking the Centennial Medal design for the Exhibition. Entitled 'Victoria Leads', the design was unsuccessful. Plus Obverse and Reverse designs of the 1888 Centennial International Exhibition Medal, on thin brown paper, a plate from the official catalogue. (2)
190.00
   
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