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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, NEW SOUTH WALES

    Lot 532
    Estimate: $3,000T

    1850 Sydney View Plate I Re-engraved on hard greyish paper, 1d Brownish Red, SG 12, superb unused example with margins four sides - large on two. Ex Ferrary

     

    Lot 533
    Estimate: $200

    -: 1850 Sydney View Plate I re-engraved on Laid paper, 1d Carmine, SG 13, close margins three sides, touching at base, small thin

     

    Lot 534
    Estimate: $350

    1853 Laureate 8d Dull Yellow, SG 79, example with three margins, huge on two sides with portion of adjoining unit at right, touching into design at top. An attractive example of this scarce stamp with rich colour

     

    Lot 535
    Estimate: $750T

    1854 3d Yellow-green Laureate wmk ‘3’, partial reconstruction of the plate with 38 of the 50 positions including 2 unused, 7 pairs and ‘WACES’ variety, Usual variable margins. Minimum catalogue as singles £4045 (38)

     

    Lot 536
    Estimate: $1,500T

    1854-59 6d Diadem imperf collection on older style leaves with an excellent range of shades, one appears unused and there are 11 wmk. ‘8’ including shades of brown. Margins vary, but there are many 3 and 4 margin stamps. Minimum cat £4045 (92)


    Lot 537
    Estimate: $100

    1856-59 Imperf (6d.) 'REGISTERED' Vermilion and Prussian Blue, SG 102, margins three sides, touching at base, intense colours

     

    Lot 538
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $575

    1856-57 Diadem 2d Blue Plate II, SG 114, with the characteristic large margins, unused

     

    Lot 539
    Estimate: $80 Realised Price : $120

    1860-63 Perforated 12 and 13, (6d.) 'REGISTERED', the five listed shades, SG 119-20, 125-27, variable condition

     

    Lot 540
    Estimate: $400T

    1862 wmk Double-lined ‘2’corner block of 24 ungummed, slight toning but very rare. SGType 29

     

    Lot 541
    Estimate: $300

    1867 4d imperforate plate proof in pale red-brown on ungummed wmk. ‘4’ paper, marginal block of 4 from right of sheet, light horizontal crease through upper units

     

    Lot 542
    Estimate: $75 Realised Price : $70

    1890 Perf 11 20/- Cobalt-Blue, SG 264a, cancelled neatly with cds

     

    Lot 543
    Estimate: $1,000T

    1897 Charity set on individual covers cancelled at Broken Hill, 11th Aug 1897 by '331' duplexes. Attractive duo

      

    Lot 544
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $950

    -: 1897 Charity 2½d (2) on 1897 (9th July) registered cover to Sydney - filing crease well clear of adhesives, tied by multiple strikes of '337' duplexes of Berry, arrival backstamp

     

    Lot 545
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $460

    1899 Chalk-surfaced paper 9d on 10d 'Without surcharge', SG 309b, an error which delivers a very rare otherwise unissued 'face different' stamp. Grossly under-catalogued

     

    Lot 546
    Estimate: $300

    1905 1d Rose-Carmine, SG 332, positional block of 18 (6x3) 'Double horizontal perfs' between 1st and 2nd rows, and 2nd 'Double vertical perfs', even toning.

     

    Lot 547
    Estimate: $150T Realised Price : $160

    Official Stamps: 8d yellow optd 'OS' in red, similar SG O9 but perf 11, CTO (of 'Specimen' nature) from base of sheet

     

    Lot 548
    Estimate: $75 Realised Price : $85

    Cancellations: Numerals on 1d Shield and 2d Queen issues from 1897 on, hand-picked examples between Nos. 81 and 1718, all in pairs or strips of 3 (51 numbers on 107 stamps), plus odds and ends incl. NSW and Victoria 1897 1d Charities mint (117)

     

    Lot 549
    Estimate: $50

    Relief Tax: 1931 piece with stamps affixed both sides 2/- (5), 10/- (3), £1 (4), Barefoot Cat £77

     

    Lot 550
    Estimate: $50

    -: 1931 (5th Jun) piece with stamps affixed both sides 1/-, 2/- (2), 5/- (6), 10/- (6), £1, few faults, mss. dates. Barefoot Cat £78

     

    Lot 551
    Estimate: $100

    -: 1933 (28th Apr) piece with 1/-, 3/- (2), 4/- (2), 6/-, 10/- (2), £1 (7) and £5. Barefoot Cat £134

     

    Lot 552
    Estimate: $125

    -: 1933 (17th Jun) piece with 1/-, 2/-, 5/-, 6/- (3), 10/- (2) and £1 (12). Barefoot Cat £173

     

    Lot 553
    Estimate: $126

    -: 1933 (20th Oct) piece with 3/-, 4/-, 6/- (4), £1 (5) and £10. Barefoot Cat £146

     

    Lot 554
    Estimate: $200

    Family Endowment opt in pale green: 1932 (2nd Aug) piece bearing 5d, 5/-, £5 and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £275

     

    Lot 555
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    -: 1932 (31st Oct) piece with 1/8d, 2/6d, £2, £5 (torn), £10 (3) and £30. Barefoot Cat £340

     

    Lot 556
    Estimate: $200

    -: 1932 (14th Nov) piece with 1/3d, 10/-, £5 and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £265

     

    Lot 557
    Estimate: $250

    -: 1933 (21st Apr) piece with 5d, 17/6d, £2 (2) and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £350

     

    Lot 558
    Estimate: $250

    -: 1933 (23rd Jun) piece with 1/3d, 2/6, £2 (2) and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £340

     

    Lot 559
    Estimate: $250

    -: 1933 (8th Aug) piece with 5d, 5/-, £2 (2), £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £340

     

    Lot 560
    Estimate: $200

    -: 1933 (25th Aug) piece with £2 (2) and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £300

     

    Lot 561
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $190

    -: 1933 (10th Sep) piece with 10d, 7/6d, £1, £10 and £30. Barefoot Cat £230

     

    Lot 562
    Estimate: $250

    -: 1933 (28th Oct) piece with 1/3d, 5/-, £2 (2) and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £350

     

    Lot 563
    Estimate: $200

    -: 1933 (3rd Nov) piece with 1/8d, 7/6d, £1, £10 and £30. Barefoot Cat £240

     

    Lot 564
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    -: 1933 (10th Nov) piece with 5d, 7/6d, £3 and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £265

     

    Lot 565
    Estimate: $175

    -: 1933 (21st Apr) piece with 2/6d (faulty), £3 and £10 (2). Barefoot Cat £250

     

    Lot 566
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $230

    1854 (Nov) entire Sydney to Hobart Town bearing Laureate 2d pair - large margins tied by obliterator, endorsed 'Per first Steamer/via Melbourne', framed 'SHIP LETTER INWARDS FREE/ 5 DE 5/1854' in red, reverse with datestamps of Sydney and Launceston

     

    Lot 567
    Estimate: $400

    1856 (15th Jan) cover - faults to Hobart Town bearing Laureated 1d and 2d with margins three sides, endorsed 'Per Steamer', reverse with Sydney backstamp. Attractive combination

     

    Lot 568
    Estimate: $400

    1856 (29th May) cover Sydney to Hobart Town bearing Laureated 3d Green SG 66 - three margins, tied by obliterator and portion of framed 'SHIP LETTER/INWARDS FREE/7 JU 7/1856' in red, reverse with Sydney datestamp and diamond in red 'SHIP LETTER/INWARDS FREE/6 JU 6/1856'. Scarce adhesive on cover

     

    Lot 569
    Estimate: $80

    1864 (21st May) entire letter carried privately from Auckland to Sydney, 6d Diadem (faults) affixed and tied by 11th June datestamp, reverse with framed diamond ship letter handstamp in red

     

    Lot 570
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $230

    Early 1900s 'Tattersalls' covers from wide range of mostly Provincial Towns, moderate duplication, noted a few advertising covers, spiked as usual for 'Tatts' mail, quality of cancels appear generally fair/fine (approx 470)


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