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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, TASMANIA

    Lot 572
    Estimate: $600

    1854-1913 collection on leaves including 4d Courier, range of Chalons, incl 1d unused with 'double print', few imperfs, various perfs with values to 1/-, Sidefaces to 5/- - the latter used block of 8 with forged cancel, Pictorials to 6d mint, fiscals, etc, some non-postal cancels, mixed condition, (few 100)


    Lot 573
    Estimate: $2,500T

    1855 Wmk Large Star, Imperforate 1d Carmine pair, SG 14, margins in places and 4d Blue, SG 18, varying margins on 1857 (7th May) cover Launceston to London where re-directed locally, minor ageing. Provenance: Ex Jewell

     

    Lot 574
    Estimate: $600

    1855 Wmk Large Star Imperf 1d Carmine, 2d Green and 4d Blue, SG 14,16 and 18, the latter four margined, the former two three margins. Cat 1245. Attractive set of three

       

    Lot 575
    Estimate: $2,500T

    1856-57 No Watermark, Imperforate, 2d Dull Emerald-Green, SG 20 - four margined and 4d Blue, SG 22 - slightly oxidised with two margins hinged to 1857 (13th Jul) entire 'p. Columbian' to London, cancelled by barred numerals '61' of Hobart

     

    Lot 576
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $95

    1857-69 Wmk double-lined numerals imperf 1d pale red-brown and 1d carmine unused with margins at places, 1d carmine used with 'kissprint' (attractive), and 6d shades (2, pen-cancelled), (5)


    Lot 577
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1857-69 Imperf Wmk double-lined numeral, 1d Pale Red-Brown, SG 26, close to large margins, just touching in places, large part original gum with small adherance


    Lot 578
    Estimate: $75 Realised Price : $70

    1857-69 Imperf Wmk double-lined numeral, 1d Carmine, SG 29, close to large margins, just touching in places, large part original gum

     

    Lot 579
    Estimate: $800T

    1863-71 Double-lined Numeral Watermark P10 1d shades (2), 2d (2), 6d (2) and 1/-, unused/part original gum, slight oxidisation, (7) Provenance: Ex Burrus

            

    Lot 580
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $180

    Perkins, Bacon & Co. Reprinted Die Proof on card in Blue, void value tablet, complete lower frame-line

     

    Lot 581
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    -: similar to above though in dull carmine


    Lot 582
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $200

    -: another Reprinted Die Proof in Vermilion-Red showing orante egnine-turning in value tablet

     

    Lot 583
    Estimate: $75

    1871-78 Perf 11 2d Blue-green, strip of three, large part original gum


    Lot 584
    Estimate: $600T Realised Price : $1,100

    1892-99 'Tablet' d to 5/- (SG 216-23) complete in fresh unmounted mint marginal blocks of four, 10d with mss. '1 Stamp Colour book' in margin, (32). Ex De La Rue Archive


    Lot 585
    Estimate: $450 Realised Price : $340

    1892-99 Tablets d to 1, SG 216-25, (10)

     

    Lot 586
    Estimate: $350T

    1899-1912 Pictorials accumulation on covers (a few postcards) mostly to family of James Smith MLC ("Westwood" Forth), some d's noted amongst mostly 1d and 2d frankings, many with commercial advertisements/inscriptions, a valiant and apparently competent attempt has been made to pencil SG numbers on reverse of many (we confirm a 1902-04 Wmk V over Crown 1d Compound perf is present), gene


    Lot 587
    Estimate: $200

    -: 3d Brown, marginal example Perf Compound of 12 and additionally P11 at left, horizontal crease. True example of mixed perforation.


    Lot 588
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $145

    1906-13 P12 1/- and 10/-, SG 257-58

     

    Lot 589
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $625

    Accumulation of covers, postcards, stationery mostly to the one family (of James Smith MLC, Forth) 1870s-1910s amongst much seemingly ordinary we note many more modest advertising covers (some from Sharebrokers indicating social standing of family), 1885 Penguin Creek and 1908 'T.P.O. N4' cds's, etc, condition varies, generally fair/fine (300+), also 1895 edition of 'The Tasmania News'


    Lot 590
    Estimate: $1,800T Realised Price : $1,800

    1858 cover to Sydney bearing 2d Green SG 31, strip of three with margins, central unit with natural paper crease, postmaster's private handstamp for 'N NORFOLK', Sydney Ship Letter datestamp on reverse. Unusual franking Provenance: Ex Yardley

     

    Lot 591
    Estimate: $800T

    1866 and 1867 pair of covers via Marseilles to the same addressee in London, bearing Perf 10 4d Blue and 6d or 6d Imperforate, diamond Launceston Post Office cachets in red. Attractive duo

      

    Lot 592
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $400

    1871 (17th May) entire to England bearing Sideface 2d Green (6), Torquay cds at left, reverse with Launceston in red diamond and arrival backstamps. Unusual make-up of double-rate

     

    Lot 593
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $75

    1877-1912 Official Mail selection (18) earliest with 'Crown/FREE' datestamp (initialled), Frank Stamps, Pictorials perf 'T' or 'OS', Local Govt items, etc, condition mixed at places although useful


    Lot 594
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $1,000

    1896 (26th Jun) registered cover to the famous French dealer, 'A, Forbin' bearing of 1875 Imperf 1/- Orange-Red, 1871-91 Sidefaces d on 1d, 2d on 9d, 8d and 5/- Mauve tied by Tasmania obliterators, 'R' within oval, Paris arrival datestamps. Although philatelic, a truly remarkble franking

     

    Lot 595
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $110

    1899-1901 Postage Paid datestamps on covers (5) and pieces (14), latter including Launceston code 'S' (4) which is unlisted in handbook


    Lot 596
    Estimate: $550 Realised Price : $900

    Postmark study in progress on the Pictorial issues containg in album, stockbook, few hagners and two small boxes with some partly sorted, many 'R' rated postmarks. Well worth inspection (many 100s)


    Lot 597
    Estimate: $225 Realised Price : $240

    1858 Imperf 1/- Vermilion, SG 41, three examples - two with four margins tied to piece by two strikes of the controversial barred numeral '48' of The Cascades or Hobart

     

    Lot 598
    Estimate: $120 Realised Price : $230

    Cancellations: 'MILLS REEF' part strike on 1d Pictorial, rated RRRR and manuscript 'Myalla 24.12.12' on 1d on 2d Pictorial. Cost vendor $180 ten years ago

      

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