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VICTORIA - Postal Stationery - Franks

1122 PS Trade & Customs: 1900-01 various Department Franks on Custom House envelopes (QV with serifs [3], sans serifs), KEVII with 'Her' scored out replaced with mss 'His' (3), Mourning envelopes (2), Dept of Trade & Customs envelopes (3, one 'Her' Majesty's, two with 'Her' scored out & replaced with mss or handstamp 'His'). All addressed to Serviceton. Generally fine. (13)
Lot 1270 [1 of 3]:Trade & Customs: 1900-01 various Department Franks on Custom House envelopes (QV with serifs [3], sans serifs), KEVII with 'Her' scored out replaced with mss 'His' (3), Mourning envelopes (2), Dept of Trade & Customs envelopes (3, one 'Her' Majesty's, two with 'Her' scored out & replaced with mss or handstamp 'His'). All addressed to Serviceton. Generally fine. (13)Lot 1270 [2 of 3]:Trade & Customs: 1900-01 various Department Franks on Custom House envelopes (QV with serifs [3], sans serifs), KEVII with 'Her' scored out replaced with mss 'His' (3), Mourning envelopes (2), Dept of Trade & Customs envelopes (3, one 'Her' Majesty's, two with 'Her' scored out & replaced with mss or handstamp 'His'). All addressed to Serviceton. Generally fine. (13)Lot 1270 [3 of 3]:Trade & Customs: 1900-01 various Department Franks on Custom House envelopes (QV with serifs [3], sans serifs), KEVII with 'Her' scored out replaced with mss 'His' (3), Mourning envelopes (2), Dept of Trade & Customs envelopes (3, one 'Her' Majesty's, two with 'Her' scored out & replaced with mss or handstamp 'His'). All addressed to Serviceton. Generally fine. (13)
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1123
PS Trade & Customs: Range of covers to or from non-Melbourne Customs Houses Commisioner - 1890 from Echuca; Department 1900-01 Geelong x2, Penola South Australia x2, Wodonga 1901 x2, Inwards on Custom House, Melbourne envelopes to Serviceton 1900 from Melbourne, 1900-01 from Apsley x7 (one Department of Trade & Customs envelope). (14)
Lot 1123 [1 of 6]:Trade & Customs: Range of covers to or from non-Melbourne Customs Houses Commisioner - 1890 from Echuca; Department 1900-01 Geelong x2, Penola South Australia x2, Wodonga 1901 x2, Inwards on Custom House, Melbourne envelopes to Serviceton 1900 from Melbourne, 1900-01 from Apsley x7 (one Department of Trade & Customs envelope). (14)Lot 1123 [2 of 6]:Trade & Customs: Range of covers to or from non-Melbourne Customs Houses Commisioner - 1890 from Echuca; Department 1900-01 Geelong x2, Penola South Australia x2, Wodonga 1901 x2, Inwards on Custom House, Melbourne envelopes to Serviceton 1900 from Melbourne, 1900-01 from Apsley x7 (one Department of Trade & Customs envelope). (14)Lot 1123 [3 of 6]:Trade & Customs: Range of covers to or from non-Melbourne Customs Houses Commisioner - 1890 from Echuca; Department 1900-01 Geelong x2, Penola South Australia x2, Wodonga 1901 x2, Inwards on Custom House, Melbourne envelopes to Serviceton 1900 from Melbourne, 1900-01 from Apsley x7 (one Department of Trade & Customs envelope). (14)
240.00 180.00 sold
1124
PS Trade & Customs: [1] 1901 (Aug 16) violet Department frank on OH(is)MS Custom House mourning envelope to Serviceton (fine backstamp). Roughly opened. [Unrecorded in Steig & Watson], [2] 1899 (Jun 6) Department frank on OHMS long cover to Kogorah (b/s, also Sydney backstamp), few tone spots. (ex Perry); [3] 1900 (Nov 29) Dept of Trade & Customs frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival ex Belle from Hamburg with cargo of salt, cement, etc, signed by the 'Landing Waiter' at Shed No. 6, (Victoria) Dock; [4] 1900 (Jul 29) Department frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival of 'Melbourne' ex New York with cargo of maize, signed by 'Landing Waiter', No. 6 Shed (Victoria) Dock; [5] 1901 (Nov 23-ERD) Department violet frank on long envelope to Sydney overstruck with 'MELBOURNE' cds, (ex Perry), (Steig & Watson #250). (5)
Lot 1124 [1 of 5]:Trade & Customs: [1] 1901 (Aug 16) violet Department frank on OH(is)MS Custom House mourning envelope to Serviceton (fine backstamp). Roughly opened. [Unrecorded in Steig & Watson], [2] 1899 (Jun 6) Department frank on OHMS long cover to Kogorah (b/s, also Sydney backstamp), few tone spots. (ex Perry); [3] 1900 (Nov 29) Dept of Trade & Customs frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival ex Belle from Hamburg with cargo of salt, cement, etc, signed by the 'Landing Waiter' at Shed No. 6, (Victoria) Dock; [4] 1900 (Jul 29) Department frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival of 'Melbourne' ex New York with cargo of maize, signed by 'Landing Waiter', No. 6 Shed (Victoria) Dock; [5] 1901 (Nov 23-ERD) Department violet frank on long envelope to Sydney overstruck with 'MELBOURNE' cds, (ex Perry), (Steig & Watson #250). (5)Lot 1124 [2 of 5]:Trade & Customs: [1] 1901 (Aug 16) violet Department frank on OH(is)MS Custom House mourning envelope to Serviceton (fine backstamp). Roughly opened. [Unrecorded in Steig & Watson], [2] 1899 (Jun 6) Department frank on OHMS long cover to Kogorah (b/s, also Sydney backstamp), few tone spots. (ex Perry); [3] 1900 (Nov 29) Dept of Trade & Customs frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival ex Belle from Hamburg with cargo of salt, cement, etc, signed by the 'Landing Waiter' at Shed No. 6, (Victoria) Dock; [4] 1900 (Jul 29) Department frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival of 'Melbourne' ex New York with cargo of maize, signed by 'Landing Waiter', No. 6 Shed (Victoria) Dock; [5] 1901 (Nov 23-ERD) Department violet frank on long envelope to Sydney overstruck with 'MELBOURNE' cds, (ex Perry), (Steig & Watson #250). (5)Lot 1124 [3 of 5]:Trade & Customs: [1] 1901 (Aug 16) violet Department frank on OH(is)MS Custom House mourning envelope to Serviceton (fine backstamp). Roughly opened. [Unrecorded in Steig & Watson], [2] 1899 (Jun 6) Department frank on OHMS long cover to Kogorah (b/s, also Sydney backstamp), few tone spots. (ex Perry); [3] 1900 (Nov 29) Dept of Trade & Customs frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival ex Belle from Hamburg with cargo of salt, cement, etc, signed by the 'Landing Waiter' at Shed No. 6, (Victoria) Dock; [4] 1900 (Jul 29) Department frank on 'NOTICE' card advising addressee of arrival of 'Melbourne' ex New York with cargo of maize, signed by 'Landing Waiter', No. 6 Shed (Victoria) Dock; [5] 1901 (Nov 23-ERD) Department violet frank on long envelope to Sydney overstruck with 'MELBOURNE' cds, (ex Perry), (Steig & Watson #250). (5)
120.00 96.00 R

VICTORIA - Postal History

1125  1855 Entire per "Champion of the Seas" to England with imperf 6d dull orange Woodblocks x2 (incompete margins, paying ship letter double-rate) tied by Barred Oval '1/V' cancels of Melbourne, Australian Packet 'JA25/55' (year slug date error) handstamp in red on face, Manchester 'JA25/1856' arrival backstamp, minor blemishes. This lot is no longer available
1126  1856 (Sep) envelope from GB with 6d Embossed cut square (Cat £1,900 on cover) to 'Shipping Master's Office, Board of Trade, Melbourne', '1d' red charge mark, mss "rec : by Simla = 7 Jan 1857/No.10" and on reverse fair strike of straight line 'Cambden Town Py Pd' in blue, London transit cds and in red 'SHIP LETTER/FREE/JA 7/1857/GPO VICTORIA, flap fault.
Lot 1283:1856 (Sep) envelope from GB with 6d Embossed cut square (Cat £1,900 on cover) to 'Shipping Master's Office, Board of Trade, Melbourne', '1d' red charge mark, mss "rec : by Simla = 7 Jan 1857/No.10" and on reverse fair strike of straight line 'Cambden Town Py Pd' in blue, London transit cds and in red 'SHIP LETTER/FREE/JA 7/1857/GPO VICTORIA', flap fault.
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1127  1872 cover to Shepparton (backstamp) with 2d Bell tied by fair strike of BN '712' with a weak strike of unframed Nagambie 'SE27/78' (day slugs inverted) datestamp above.
Lot 1127 [1 of 2]:1872 cover to Shepparton (backstamp) with 2d Bell tied by fair strike of BN '712' with a weak strike of unframed Nagambie 'SE27/78' (day slugs inverted) datestamp above. Lot 1127 [2 of 2]:1872 cover to Shepparton (backstamp) with 2d Bell tied by fair strike of BN '712' with a weak strike of unframed Nagambie 'SE27/78' (day slugs inverted) datestamp above.
30.00 22.00 sold
1128
 1892 selection of Parcel Bill forms from Wycheproof x4 (one 'Belt & Buckle' double-oval datestamp) to Birchip, Bungeeluke North, Narraport or Towaninnie, all with appropriate unframed arrival datestamps. (4)
Lot 1128 [1 of 4]:1892 selection of Parcel Bill forms from Wycheproof x4 (one 'Belt & Buckle' double-oval datestamp) to Birchip, Bungeeluke North, Narraport or Towaninnie, all with appropriate unframed arrival datestamps. (4)Lot 1128 [2 of 4]:1892 selection of Parcel Bill forms from Wycheproof x4 (one 'Belt & Buckle' double-oval datestamp) to Birchip, Bungeeluke North, Narraport or Towaninnie, all with appropriate unframed arrival datestamps. (4)Lot 1128 [3 of 4]:1892 selection of Parcel Bill forms from Wycheproof x4 (one 'Belt & Buckle' double-oval datestamp) to Birchip, Bungeeluke North, Narraport or Towaninnie, all with appropriate unframed arrival datestamps. (4)
80.00 60.00 sold
1129
 1894-1912 Paid datestamps selection comprising Bendigo, 29mm circle (unlisted WWW), Melbourne (2, differing codes), and Richmond (2), three with additional unclaimed markings, odd blemish. (5)
Lot 1129 [1 of 5]:1894-1912 Paid datestamps selection comprising Bendigo, 29mm circle (unlisted WWW), Melbourne (2, differing codes), and Richmond (2), three with additional unclaimed markings, odd blemish. (5)Lot 1129 [2 of 5]:1894-1912 Paid datestamps selection comprising Bendigo, 29mm circle (unlisted WWW), Melbourne (2, differing codes), and Richmond (2), three with additional unclaimed markings, odd blemish. (5)Lot 1129 [3 of 5]:1894-1912 Paid datestamps selection comprising Bendigo, 29mm circle (unlisted WWW), Melbourne (2, differing codes), and Richmond (2), three with additional unclaimed markings, odd blemish. (5)
100.00 75.00 sold
1130  1899-1922 Customs Agents [1] 1899 (Mar 25) Mayne, Nickless advertising envelope locally used. [Melbourne's oldest custom's agent was established in 1886, both founders had previously been employed by McCulloch's]; [2] 1910-11 advice cards (2) from Pearson's Shipping agents alerting consignor of space availability on forthcoming ship sailings for Hobart; [3] 1905 (Jan 24) use of 1d pink stationery card from custom's agent EV Burnett to the famous leather processors JH Abbott & Co, Bendigo about cargo delivery to carrier. (4)
Lot 1130 [1 of 3]:1899-1922 Customs Agents [1] 1899 (Mar 25) Mayne, Nickless advertising envelope locally used. [Melbourne's oldest custom's agent was established in 1886, both founders had previously been employed by McCulloch's]; [2] 1910-11 advice cards (2) from Pearson's Shipping agents alerting consignor of space availability on forthcoming ship sailings for Hobart; [3] 1905 (Jan 24) use of 1d pink stationery card from custom's agent EV Burnett to the famous leather processors JH Abbott & Co, Bendigo about cargo delivery to carrier. (4)Lot 1130 [2 of 3]:1899-1922 Customs Agents [1] 1899 (Mar 25) Mayne, Nickless advertising envelope locally used. [Melbourne's oldest custom's agent was established in 1886, both founders had previously been employed by McCulloch's]; [2] 1910-11 advice cards (2) from Pearson's Shipping agents alerting consignor of space availability on forthcoming ship sailings for Hobart; [3] 1905 (Jan 24) use of 1d pink stationery card from custom's agent EV Burnett to the famous leather processors JH Abbott & Co, Bendigo about cargo delivery to carrier. (4)Lot 1130 [3 of 3]:1899-1922 Customs Agents [1] 1899 (Mar 25) Mayne, Nickless advertising envelope locally used. [Melbourne's oldest custom's agent was established in 1886, both founders had previously been employed by McCulloch's]; [2] 1910-11 advice cards (2) from Pearson's Shipping agents alerting consignor of space availability on forthcoming ship sailings for Hobart; [3] 1905 (Jan 24) use of 1d pink stationery card from custom's agent EV Burnett to the famous leather processors JH Abbott & Co, Bendigo about cargo delivery to carrier. (4)
80.00 64.00 R
1131
 1901-04 Registered Selection from Fitzroy (scarce franking No 'POSTAGE' 3d and 2d), Geelong (Prince of Wales Hotel advert – restored spikehole), Hochkirch (to USA) and Melbourne x2 (one 2nd weight step with 4d pair); generally fine. (5)
Lot 1131 [1 of 10]:1901-04 Registered Selection from Fitzroy (scarce franking No 'POSTAGE' 3d and 2d), Geelong (Prince of Wales Hotel advert – restored spikehole), Hochkirch (to USA) and Melbourne x2 (one 2nd weight step with 4d pair); generally fine. (5)Lot 1131 [2 of 10]:1901-04 Registered Selection from Fitzroy (scarce franking No 'POSTAGE' 3d and 2d), Geelong (Prince of Wales Hotel advert – restored spikehole), Hochkirch (to USA) and Melbourne x2 (one 2nd weight step with 4d pair); generally fine. (5)Lot 1131 [3 of 10]:1901-04 Registered Selection from Fitzroy (scarce franking No 'POSTAGE' 3d and 2d), Geelong (Prince of Wales Hotel advert – restored spikehole), Hochkirch (to USA) and Melbourne x2 (one 2nd weight step with 4d pair); generally fine. (5)
100.00 120.00 sold
     
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