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VICTORIA - Postal Stationery

1266
PS Mostly Postal Card Selection: with unused Postal Cards x29 including 1d Laureate Stieg #P1, 1d 'Beer/Baccy' #P18 and 1900 Commonwealth commemorative cards x9, also Envelopes 2d violet & 1d carmine incsribed 'STAMP DUTY' #B9 (very scarce) unused & 1d green PTPO used in 1944 with ½d Roo added, also Lettercards x4 plus 1888 use Postmaster General-Frank Stamp (in blue) postcard with printed advice from Deputy Postmaster-General; condition variable, mostly fine. (69)
Lot 1266 [1 of 4]:Mostly Postal Card Selection: with unused Postal Cards x29 including 1d Laureate Stieg #P1, 1d 'Beer/Baccy' #P18 and 1900 Commonwealth commemorative cards x9, also Envelopes 2d violet & 1d carmine incsribed 'STAMP DUTY' #B9 (very scarce) unused & 1d green PTPO used in 1944 with ½d Roo added, also Lettercards x4 plus 1888 use Postmaster General-Frank Stamp (in blue) postcard with printed advice from Deputy Postmaster-General; condition variable, mostly fine. (69)Lot 1266 [2 of 4]:Mostly Postal Card Selection: with unused Postal Cards x29 including 1d Laureate Stieg #P1, 1d 'Beer/Baccy' #P18 and 1900 Commonwealth commemorative cards x9, also Envelopes 2d violet & 1d carmine incsribed 'STAMP DUTY' #B9 (very scarce) unused & 1d green PTPO used in 1944 with ½d Roo added, also Lettercards x4 plus 1888 use Postmaster General-Frank Stamp (in blue) postcard with printed advice from Deputy Postmaster-General; condition variable, mostly fine. (69)Lot 1266 [3 of 4]:Mostly Postal Card Selection: with unused Postal Cards x29 including 1d Laureate Stieg #P1, 1d 'Beer/Baccy' #P18 and 1900 Commonwealth commemorative cards x9, also Envelopes 2d violet & 1d carmine incsribed 'STAMP DUTY' #B9 (very scarce) unused & 1d green PTPO used in 1944 with ½d Roo added, also Lettercards x4 plus 1888 use Postmaster General-Frank Stamp (in blue) postcard with printed advice from Deputy Postmaster-General; condition variable, mostly fine. (69)
180.00 140.00 sold

VICTORIA - Postal Stationery - Envelopes (Official)

1267 PS 1903 1d Rose 'OS' on unwatermarked diagonally laid paper for user Education Department (Melbourne) with 7-line private user warning at top left, postally used from Numurkah to Melbourne, with '1½D' oval tax handstamp.
Lot 1267:1903 1d Rose 'OS' on unwatermarked diagonally laid paper for user Education Department (Melbourne)  with 7-line private user warning at top left, postally used from Numurkah to Melbourne, with '1½D' oval tax handstamp.
100.00 80.00 R

VICTORIA - Postal Stationery - Franks

1268 PS Chief Secretary: Karman #V340.4 handstamp in black 1895 (Sep 20) use on printed OHMS Envelope, inscribed 'THE EXHIBITION TRUSTEES' at lower-left, addressed to Albert Park with South Melbourne '148' arrival duplex on reverse, repaired tear through the frank at upper-right.
Lot 1268 [1 of 2]:Chief Secretary: Karman #V340.4 handstamp in black 1895 (Sep 20) use on printed OHMS Envelope, inscribed 'THE EXHIBITION TRUSTEES' at lower-left, addressed to Albert Park with South Melbourne '148' arrival duplex on reverse, repaired tear through the frank at upper-right. Lot 1268 [2 of 2]:Chief Secretary: Karman #V340.4 handstamp in black 1895 (Sep 20) use on printed OHMS Envelope, inscribed 'THE EXHIBITION TRUSTEES' at lower-left, addressed to Albert Park with South Melbourne '148' arrival duplex on reverse, repaired tear through the frank at upper-right.
190.00 152.00 R
1269 PS Minister of Defence: Ordnance Department printed envelope with 'THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE' printed die in blue Stieg & Watson #E240 [Rated 3R] tied by Melbourne 'MR1/89' duplex. The only recorded example in blue.
Lot 595:Minister of Defence: Ordnance Department printed envelope with 'THE MINISTER OF DEFENCE' printed die in blue Stieg & Watson #E240 [Rated 3R] tied by Melbourne 'MR1/89' duplex. The only recorded example in blue.
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1270 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)
190.00 145.00 sold

VICTORIA - Postal Stationery - Wrappers

1271 PS 1895-97 Use of Mostly ½d Orange Wrappers Stieg #E18 from Melbourne comprising 1895 & 1897 printed wrappers for The Spectator and Methodist Chronicle, both addressed to Tasmania, 1897 usages to Warracknabeal or Hawthorn & 1895 to London uprated with ½d pink; also 1897 The Argus wrapper to New Zealand with ½d pink; various Melbourne letter code cancels, condition variable. (6)This lot is no longer available

VICTORIA - Postal History

1272  1846 (May 24) lettersheet addressed locally to "His Honor C.J.Latrobe Esq/H.M. Superintendent" with fine strike of 'FREE/MELBOURNE' boxed handstamp in red, backstamped 'MELBOURNE/(crown)/MY24/184[6]/PORT PHILLIP' on (detached) backflap. This lot is no longer available
1273
 1853-67 Pre-Stamp or Stampless Selection from Melbourne comprising 1853 to Launceston; 1854 Melbourne to Redfern (NSW) "pr Governor General" (paddle seamer); 1854 to Launceston "pr Black Swan" concerning trading conditions & sale of 48 bags of rice; 1854 to Perth, Scotland "per Saldanha", Liverpool transit & Perth arrival datestamps; 1856 to Launceston "p Black Swan";1858 to Ballarat Camp; also 1861 letter only from Heathcote to Melbourne; interesting group, some with typed transcripts. (6 entires/outers plus 1 letter).
Lot 1273 [1 of 5]:1853-67 Pre-Stamp or Stampless Selection from Melbourne comprising 1853 to Launceston; 1854 Melbourne to Redfern (NSW) "pr Governor General" (paddle seamer); 1854 to Launceston "pr Black Swan" concerning trading conditions & sale of 48 bags of rice; 1854 to Perth, Scotland "per Saldanha", Liverpool transit & Perth arrival datestamps; 1856 to Launceston "p Black Swan";1858 to Ballarat Camp; also 1861 letter only from Heathcote to Melbourne; interesting group, some with typed transcripts. (6 entires/outers plus 1 letter). Lot 1273 [2 of 5]:1853-67 Pre-Stamp or Stampless Selection from Melbourne comprising 1853 to Launceston; 1854 Melbourne to Redfern (NSW) "pr Governor General" (paddle seamer); 1854 to Launceston "pr Black Swan" concerning trading conditions & sale of 48 bags of rice; 1854 to Perth, Scotland "per Saldanha", Liverpool transit & Perth arrival datestamps; 1856 to Launceston "p Black Swan";1858 to Ballarat Camp; also 1861 letter only from Heathcote to Melbourne; interesting group, some with typed transcripts. (6 entires/outers plus 1 letter). Lot 1273 [3 of 5]:1853-67 Pre-Stamp or Stampless Selection from Melbourne comprising 1853 to Launceston; 1854 Melbourne to Redfern (NSW) "pr Governor General" (paddle seamer); 1854 to Launceston "pr Black Swan" concerning trading conditions & sale of 48 bags of rice; 1854 to Perth, Scotland "per Saldanha", Liverpool transit & Perth arrival datestamps; 1856 to Launceston "p Black Swan";1858 to Ballarat Camp; also 1861 letter only from Heathcote to Melbourne; interesting group, some with typed transcripts. (6 entires/outers plus 1 letter).
180.00 190.00
1274  1854 (Apr 1) stampless cover from England endorsed "pr Mail Steamer" addressed to "Albury/Murray river/Melbourne", British 'PAID/1AP1/1854' datestamp on face, on reverse 'SHIP LETTER/FREE/JU21/1854/GPO VICTORIA' datestamp in red and largely very fine 'ALBURY/(crown)/JU24/1854/NEW S. WALES' oval datestamp in black.
Lot 1274:1854 (Apr 1) stampless cover from England endorsed "pr Mail Steamer" addressed to "Albury/Murray river/Melbourne", British 'PAID/1AP1/1854' datestamp on face, on reverse 'SHIP LETTER/FREE/JU21/1854/GPO VICTORIA' datestamp in red and largely very fine 'ALBURY/(crown)/JU24/1854/NEW S. WALES' oval datestamp in black.
140.00 135.00 sold
1275  1854 (Mar 9) stampless entire from Geelong to Launceston, rated "5" in red (2d to Melbourne + 3d to Tasmania), fine backstamps of Geelong, Melbourne & Launceston. This lot is no longer available
     
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