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NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal Stationery - Envelopes

667 PS 1888-98 Selection Unused 2d blue DLR, 1d Arms & used 2d Emu; PTPO, 1888 1d violet on blue, 1d+1d violet on John Robertson & Son whiskey advertising cover, both unused, 1894 ½d grey uprated with ½d grey adhesive & 1899 ½d dark green, both to City. (7)
Lot 667 [1 of 4]:1888-98 Selection Unused 2d blue DLR, 1d Arms & used 2d Emu; PTPO, 1888 1d violet on blue, 1d+1d violet on John Robertson & Son whiskey advertising cover, both unused, 1894 ½d grey uprated with ½d grey adhesive & 1899 ½d dark green, both to City. (7)Lot 667 [2 of 4]:1888-98 Selection Unused 2d blue DLR, 1d Arms & used 2d Emu; PTPO, 1888 1d violet on blue, 1d+1d violet on John Robertson & Son whiskey advertising cover, both unused, 1894 ½d grey uprated with ½d grey adhesive & 1899 ½d dark green, both to City. (7)Lot 667 [3 of 4]:1888-98 Selection Unused 2d blue DLR, 1d Arms & used 2d Emu; PTPO, 1888 1d violet on blue, 1d+1d violet on John Robertson & Son whiskey advertising cover, both unused, 1894 ½d grey uprated with ½d grey adhesive & 1899 ½d dark green, both to City. (7)Lot 667 [4 of 4]:1888-98 Selection Unused 2d blue DLR, 1d Arms & used 2d Emu; PTPO, 1888 1d violet on blue, 1d+1d violet on John Robertson & Son whiskey advertising cover, both unused, 1894 ½d grey uprated with ½d grey adhesive & 1899 ½d dark green, both to City. (7)
70.00 55.00 R

NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official)

668 PS 1888 'OS' in Die 1d on long envelope for Cashier's Branch/General Post Office, Sydney, HG #DB14, a rare unused survivor.
Lot 668:1888 'OS' in Die 1d on long envelope for Cashier's Branch/General Post Office, Sydney, HG #DB14, a rare unused survivor.
80.00 65.00 R

NEW SOUTH WALES - Postal History

669  1851 (Sep 12) use of 2d Laureate (poor with illegible BN) on outer from Camden to Geelong, reasonable Camden backstamp with "1"s of Century and year added manually, good Yass transit, other backstamp are fair to poor. [It is interesting to see that Camden had not had its 1850 year adjusted even by September.]
Lot 669 [1 of 2]:1851 (Sep 12) use of 2d Laureate (poor with illegible BN) on outer from Camden to Geelong, reasonable Camden backstamp with "1"s of Century and year added manually, good Yass transit, other backstamp are fair to poor. [It is interesting to see that Camden had not had its 1850 year adjusted even by September.] Lot 669 [2 of 2]:1851 (Sep 12) use of 2d Laureate (poor with illegible BN) on outer from Camden to Geelong, reasonable Camden backstamp with "1"s of Century and year added manually, good Yass transit, other backstamp are fair to poor. [It is interesting to see that Camden had not had its 1850 year adjusted even by September.]
80.00 75.00 sold
670  1852 (Apr 20) usage of 2d Laureate, via the overland route from Sydney, via Melbourne to Port Fairy. Unusual inland usage.
Lot 670 [1 of 2]:1852 (Apr 20) usage of 2d Laureate, via the overland route from Sydney, via Melbourne to Port Fairy. Unusual inland usage. Lot 670 [2 of 2]:1852 (Apr 20) usage of 2d Laureate, via the overland route from Sydney, via Melbourne to Port Fairy. Unusual inland usage.
100.00 170.00 sold
671  1854 (May 1) small mourning cover to Sydney with 1d Laureate on blue paper x2, cancelled at Raymond Terrace.
Lot 671:1854 (May 1) small mourning cover to Sydney with 1d Laureate on blue paper x2, cancelled at Raymond Terrace.
200.00 150.00 sold
672  1893-95 Covers to USA from Stamp Dealer partners Dawson A Vindin and Fred Hagen, with dedicated inscribed corner details for each, also 1898 NZ 1d Postal card from CG Fryer & Co, Stamp Dealers of Christchurch to Hagen in Sydney, blemishes, exhibitable. (3)
Lot 672 [1 of 3]:1893-95 Covers to USA from Stamp Dealer partners Dawson A Vindin and Fred Hagen, with dedicated inscribed corner details for each, also 1898 NZ 1d Postal card from CG Fryer & Co, Stamp Dealers of Christchurch to Hagen in Sydney, blemishes, exhibitable. (3)Lot 672 [2 of 3]:1893-95 Covers to USA from Stamp Dealer partners Dawson A Vindin and Fred Hagen, with dedicated inscribed corner details for each, also 1898 NZ 1d Postal card from CG Fryer & Co, Stamp Dealers of Christchurch to Hagen in Sydney, blemishes, exhibitable. (3)Lot 672 [3 of 3]:1893-95 Covers to USA from Stamp Dealer partners Dawson A Vindin and Fred Hagen, with dedicated inscribed corner details for each, also 1898 NZ 1d Postal card from CG Fryer & Co, Stamp Dealers of Christchurch to Hagen in Sydney, blemishes, exhibitable. (3)
130.00 105.00 R
673  1895 (Sept 21) Registered Envelope from Burwood to Tattersall's first office in Queensland, fine. (Tatt's office was only opened for a couple of years in Queensland before re-locating to Tasmania).
Lot 673 [1 of 2]:1895 (Sept 21) Registered Envelope from Burwood to Tattersall's first office in Queensland, fine. (Tatt's office was only opened for a couple of years in Queensland before re-locating to Tasmania). Lot 673 [2 of 2]:1895 (Sept 21) Registered Envelope from Burwood to Tattersall's first office in Queensland, fine. (Tatt's office was only opened for a couple of years in Queensland before re-locating to Tasmania).
100.00 80.00 R
674  1895 (Oct 30) cover to Queensland addressed to Tattersall's in Brisbane when their office was located there for a short time.
Lot 674 [1 of 2]:1895 (Oct 30) cover to Queensland addressed to Tattersall's in Brisbane when their office was located there for a short time. Lot 674 [2 of 2]:1895 (Oct 30) cover to Queensland addressed to Tattersall's in Brisbane when their office was located there for a short time.
150.00 120.00 R
675  1900 (Oct 23) use of Stationery 1½d Postal card (stained) to UK by The Geisha Stamp Company, Sydney, a trading name of Jonaski Takuma, perpetrator of the famous Postal Forgery of 1888 Centennial 2d.
Lot 675 [1 of 2]:1900 (Oct 23) use of Stationery 1½d Postal card (stained) to UK by The Geisha Stamp Company, Sydney, a trading name of Jonaski Takuma, perpetrator of the famous Postal Forgery of 1888 Centennial 2d. Lot 675 [2 of 2]:1900 (Oct 23) use of Stationery 1½d Postal card (stained) to UK by The Geisha Stamp Company, Sydney, a trading name of Jonaski Takuma, perpetrator of the famous Postal Forgery of 1888 Centennial 2d.
100.00 80.00 R
676  1901 (Oct 7) commercial usage of Samoa Stationery 10pf Postal card at Apia to pioneer Philatelic Trader Fred Hagen in Sydney.
Lot 676 [1 of 2]:1901 (Oct 7) commercial usage of Samoa Stationery 10pf Postal card at Apia to pioneer Philatelic Trader Fred Hagen in Sydney. Lot 676 [2 of 2]:1901 (Oct 7) commercial usage of Samoa Stationery 10pf Postal card at Apia to pioneer Philatelic Trader Fred Hagen in Sydney.
65.00 50.00 R
     
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