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    Lot 445
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $230

    1915-18 WWI range of covers/cards (32) and stamps/pieces (12) from various camps 1st, 4th LH, interesting markings 'FIRST AUSTRALIAN GENERAL HOSPITAL', Rutherford, Liverpool camps, AIF markings etc

    Lot 446
    Estimate: $100T

    c.1916 coloured patriotic cards, Christmas Greetings from the War Contingent Assoc. depicting koala climbing pole with Australia flag unsed; other two used to Scotland with verse on titled 'With Fond Love' by Leuname. Clean group


    Lot 447
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $290

    1916 (3rd Aug) registered OHMS cover - flap fault, for 'EXPEDITIONARY PAY OFFICE/3rd Military District, bearing KGV 4d Orange Perf OS, used Melbourne to South Yarra. Attractive


    Lot 448
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $600

    1919 inwards cover from Turkey to Drysdale bearing 'CROISSANT ROUGE OTTOMAN/BUREAU des PRISONNIERS de GUERRE' in red, reverse endorsed 'No 140 Pte S J Drake/14th Battalion/Australian Forces'. Fine


    Lot 449
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $200

    1919-36 range of KGV Heads with values between d to 5d on covers/cards deficiently paid, mostly surface rates within Australia including 4d and 5d short paying airmail rates, the former with three different airmail vignettes, all with Postage Dues affixed from 1d to 6d make-up, etc. Mixed condition (11)


    Lot 450
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $340

    1931 (18th Nov) very unusual usage of a printed flight cover addressed to 'Ohio/via England', re-addressed on arrival to San Francisco bearing Australia adhesives totalling 1/5d + US Airmail 5c and 5c commem prepaying US internal Airmail component, further re-addressing to South Australia where backstampsed on arrival


    Lot 451
    Estimate: $200

    1931 (21st Dec) airmail cover G.B. to Australia bearing 1918-19 Bradbury, Wilkinson 2/6d pale brown (SG 415a) and 2d tied paying the double 1/4d rate


    Lot 452
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    Exhibition Postmarks on covers group comprising 1932 3d Bridge (5th Australian, 1936 7th Australian reg'd,1938 150th Anniv reg'd (2 different), 1950 ANPEX reg'd (2 different), 1951 Bendigo reg'd, 1952 GEBEX (2, one reg'd), 1953 BRIPEX (2, one reg'd), 1954 WAPEX cancelled in green, 1955 ANPEX (4 reg'd) and ordinary for the six days, also Scouts 1948 Yarra Brae & 1953 Greystanes, both reg'd, former with provisional label


    Lot 453
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $340

    1941 (24th Dec) use to Australia of Air Mail Letter Card (Collas fig.42) with 'POSTAGE PAID/12 CENTS/JOHORE', weak strike of 'A.I.F. FIELD/P.O. N18' then in use at Mersing, also roughly opened Envelope used to same addressee in 28.10.41. The Lettercard is rare


    Lot 454
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    1943 inward German POW Postcards (one with filing crease) to the same addressee in NSW, both with airmail cachets - two via North America


    Lot 455
    Estimate: $200T

    1945 cover to Victoria bearing KGVI 3d tied by 'TOKYO BAY/JAPAN' cds, with cachets 'H.M.A.S. "SHROPSHIRE"/Official Signing Of/ Japanese Surrender.' and 'H.M.A./SHIPS' in black


    Lot 456
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $190

    1950 (24th Nov) use of KGVI 8d Registered Envelope uprated with 2/- Crocodile (7) + 1/- Lyrebird (8) + 4d Koala + 3d KGVI, used Cockburn to Peterborough, endorsed 'Compensation 22/9' in red, adhesives both sides


    Lot 457
    Estimate: $200T

    1954 (23rd Apr) OHMS airmail cover - minor blemishes bearing 1/6d + 1/- + 9d (2) used from Canberra to the rare destination of Saudi Arabia


    Lot 458
    Estimate: $80

    1970 Royal Visit, set of APO unaddressed commem covers bearing 5c and 30c, (22)


    Lot 459
    Estimate: $750

    Tasmania: Carton containing pieces from Telegram forms, predominantly with KGVI issues and some QE2, totally unchecked by us and probably contains some useful pickings (10,000's pieces)

    Lot 460
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $160

    Austria: 1941 (27th Jun) airmail cover Sydney to Vienna bearing CofA 9d + other adhesives totally 1/5d, Athens transit and Vienna arrival backstamps, roughly opened


    Lot 461
    Estimate: $100T

    Great Britain: 1941 (9th Dec) airmail cover Melbourne to Scotland bearing CofA 2/- (2) + KGVI 1/4d abd 6d Kooka paying 5/10d 'Clipper Mail' rate (endorsed), censor tape and diamond cachet


    Lot 462
    Estimate: $250T

    Holland: 1931 (23rd May) first flight cover bearing Small Mult Wmk 9d (2) and 2/- + KGV 1d Green flown Sydney to Holland, cachet in violet. Scarce adhesives on cover


    Lot 463
    Estimate: $200T

    Kenya: 1934 opened-out registered airmail cover to Nairobi bearing Small Mult Wmk 2/- + 3d green Air (another removed), Cairo transit and Nairobi arrival datestamps, where unclaimed, forwarded to India where 'UNCLAIMED/REFUSED LETTER' labels affixed and cacheted at Madras and Bombay, DLO cancels and returned to Melbourne. Full of character


    Lot 464
    Estimate: $250T

    Sweden: 1935 (18th Mar) airmail cover Melbourne to Kungsbacka bearing Small Wmk 2/- + ANZAC 2d, Athens transit backstamp, minor blemishes. Scarce destination


    Lot 465
    Estimate: $50T Realised Price : $38

    United States of America: 1946 (3rd Aug) cover flown Sydney to New York bearing CofA Wmk 2/- pair, paying trans-pacific airmail oz rate and surface rate within USA


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