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    Lot 1
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $250

    Stockbook containing Australia with few predecimal including £2 King - centred low (4), various decimals with some sets, ranges of Nauru, Norfolk, Christmas Island, etc (100s). Useful lot

    Lot 2
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    World selection in Rapkin ‘Quickchange’ album, mostly packet material with a few useful stamps, plus two small stockbooks of similar used stamps. Stock up for winter (or for the grandkids!) (100s)

    Lot 3
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $200

    Antarctic Territory 1957-2001 collection in 'Seven Seas' album largely complete unmounted mint and used (mostly CTO), also range FDC's from various Bases with special cachets, some helicopter flights, etc (320 + covers)

    Lot 4
    Estimate: $425 Realised Price : $460

    Antarctic Territory quantity in small stock book and mint sheet file with a few pre-decimal, then quantities of decimals to 1998 in sets of singles and blocks, Decimal face value = $706

    Lot 5
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $230

    Christmas Island collection MLH and used to 1975 on leaves, thereafter MUH on Hagners to 1989. Some extras, looks complete to end of period

    Lot 6
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    Cocos Island collection, appears complete MLH and CTO to 1976 on leaves, thereafter MUH to 1989 (about 300)

    Lot 7
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $210

    Diverse range of covers 1840s-2001 including G.B. QV, 1971 Strike mail, Australia FDC's and Commem postmarks (noted 1956 Olympics in red x 2), AAT 1948-2001 largely complete, etc (300+)

    Lot 8
    Estimate: $100

    Range of covers in two albums comprising First Day, First flight and commemorative covers from Australia, AAT, Territories, NZ, Pitcairn, GB, Pacific Islands and other British Empire countries. Some pickings

    Lot 9
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $190

    Carton diverse range with China, Hong Kong black prints, Tonga covers, PNG FDC's, some mint stamps, etc. (100s)

    Lot 10
    Estimate: $300T

    British Empire selection comprising Jersey 'SPECIMEN' opts on Revenues (38) with values to £100; Fiji 1892-93 5d on 4d unused, 1940 Postage Due set to 1/6d, Jamaica 1890-91 2½d on 4d, 1903-04 1d Arms 'SER.ET' variety in pair with normal, 1905-11 QV 4d (2), 6d, 1/- and 2/-, 1921-29 KGV 2/-, 3/- and 5/-, 1938-52 KGV1 10/- unused and £1, odd tone, mostly fine (60)


    Lot 11
    Estimate: $150

    British Empire basic collection of selected countries in springback album, including Great Britain (good pickings), Hong Kong and Canada. Also small Chinese stock book with middle issues of Malta. Inspect! (100s)

    Lot 12
    Estimate: $350T Realised Price : $320

    Germany East 1945-61 range of issues on leaves with useful 'Bezirk' opts, including 15pf block, later issues mostly in sets with useful range of 1950-51 issues, mostly fine (100s)

    Lot 13
    Estimate: $1,000

    New Zealand collection from circa 1935 (smattering of earlier) to early 1980s mint and used in loose leaf album and on hagners. Also NZ Yearbooks 1984-1986 plus collector’s duplicates in small stock book. (100s)

    Lot 14
    Estimate: $1,000

    Norfolk Island, appears complete to 2001, earlies MLH, thereafter MUH in three stockbooks and on leaves. An attempt has been made to duplicate (CTO) for a substantial period. Good basis for expansion (100s)

    Lot 15
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    Pacific Islands in loose leaf album comprising selections of Niue, Ross Dependency, Tokelau, Cook Islands, Fiji and Nauru. Good pickings (few 100)

    Lot 16
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $750

    Papua New Guinea collection, reflecting an attempt to complete both mint and used (CTO) to about 1982. Thereafter in multiples comprising pairs, strips or blocks of 4 to late 1990s. Also a smattering of early New Guinea and Papua. Good basis to build a comprehensive collection of this country at current low prevailing prices (100s)

    Lot 17
    Estimate: $250T Realised Price : $200

    Papua New Guinea 1952-65 complete pre-decimal collection on S.S. hingeless leaves

    Lot 18
    Estimate: $125T Realised Price : $100

    Papua New Guinea 1966-87 complete decimal collection in S.S. hingeless binder

    Lot 19
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $200

    Pot pourri of interesting (and not so interesting) philatelic bric-a-brac comprising Bulletins from various Philatelic Bureaux incl PNG, Norfolk Island, Australia & NZ; catalogues incl SG 1969 Simplified; stamps on and off paper in envelopes, tins and boxes, some covers, and stamp packs from Australia ( a number of earlies) and other countries. Also ‘Heritage’ collection of US Bicentennial issues (stamps still on Hagners) and mint sheet file with small selection of Australia & Norfolk in sheets and blocks, face about $175 (many 100s)

    Lot 20
    Estimate: $250

    Aerogrammes: The British Empire ‘Saints’ in binder comprising St. Christopher Nevis Anguilla 1952-79 (34), St. Helena 1979-84 with formular types, some used (13), St Kitts (8), St. Lucia 1951-80s with few early formular types, 1967 15c Statehood used, etc (21), and St. Vincent 1951-68 with various 12c wmks unused and CTO (15) (total 91)

    Lot 21
    Estimate: $200

    -: Australian Territories 1950s-90s range with duplication mostly unused with modern issues also CTO, comprising Christmas Island (6), Cocos (20) with 1952 formular type used on first flight, and 1955 Australian type used on first flight, Nauru (26) with 3d and 4d Ship adhesives CTO on 1951 formular type, and Norfolk Island (42) with 1955 unstamped form CTO with 10d adhesive (total 96)

    Lot 22
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    -: Pacific Islands good range with some useful formular types, later mostly unused with some CTO, comprising French Polynesia (5), Kiribati (1), New Caledonia (9), New Hebrides (7), Palau (2), Pitcairn Island (3), Samoa (13), Solomon Islands (39, including 3 from Barakoma airfield), Tonga (16), Tuvalu (10), and Vanuatu (36) (total 141)

    Lot 23
    Estimate: $650 Realised Price : $480

    -: British Africa, a comprehensive range mostly unused but also including many good usages with formular types and later CTO, and comprising Basutoland/Lesotho (30), Bechuanaland/Botswana (54), Gambia (27), Gold Coast/Ghana (47), Kenya (15), Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika (21), Nyasaland/Malawi (26), Mauritius (54), Nigeria (43), N. Rhodesia/Zambia (14), Seychelles (3), South African homelands (24), S. Rhodesia/Zimbabwe (57), South West Africa/ Namibia (23), Sudan (8), and Zanzibar (8) (total 450+)

    Lot 24
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $320

    -: British Asia, a useful range unused and used comprising Brunei (11), Ceylon/Sri Lanka (79, including good early usages but none of the rarities), Hong Kong (56), Maldives (13), North Borneo (4 formular types) and Palestine (2) (total 165)

    Lot 25
    Estimate: $150

    -: British Atlantic, small group of unused and used (mostly CTO) comprising Falkland Islands (39), South Georgia (4) and Tristan da Cunha (10) (total 53)

    Lot 26
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $260

    -: British Europe: a good selection with Cyprus 1946-2000 range with useful KGVI 4½p types unused and used, formular type used in 1945, various QE2 to modern, slight duplication (51), Gibraltar 1954-1998, with 1954 Royal Visit formular type and later issues including pictorials unused and CTO (38), and Malta (13) with three formular usages (total 102)


    Lot 27
    Estimate: $550 Realised Price : $420

    -: British West Indies, a very good range mostly unused but including a number of scarce formular types and other early usages, comprising Anguilla (12), Antigua (12), Bahamas (25), Barbados (29), Belize (12), Bermuda (26), British Guiana (15), British Honduras (11), British Virgin Islands (9), Cayman Islands (38), Grenada (38), Guyana (35), Jamaica (36), Montserrat (1), Nevis (2) and Trinidad and Tobago (29) (total 330)

    Lot 28
    Estimate: $425 Realised Price : $500

    -: Asia, representative range with examples from most countries, unused and used, strength in Nepal (30), Taiwan (36), Thailand (33), Indonesia (19), Korea (43) and Japan (28), few Middle East including a good example of the world’s first aerogramme, the 1933 Iraq 15f (total approx 280)

    Lot 29
    Estimate: $550 Realised Price : $1,250

    -: Arabian Gulf, an excellent range from the opts on British types for use at the British Postal Agencies to the Independent issues. Mostly unused, but also a good number of used, including commercial usages from the independent Trucial States. Comprises Abu Dhabi (29), Bahrain (31), Dubai (11), Kuwait (54), Muscat (20), Oman (24), Qatar (28), Sharjah (21), United Arab Emirates (20), Trucial States (2), alos Aden (17) (total approx 250)

    Lot 30
    Estimate: $675

    -: Europe, a useful range with most countries represented unused and used, with strength in Italy (42), Vatican (44), Belgium (53) and Netherlands and Colonies (68) (total approx 460+)

    Lot 31
    Estimate: $120

    -: Independent Africa, a small group with most countries represented, mostly unused, and strength in Angola (11), Egypt (12), Libya (7) and Mozambique (21) (total 93)

    Lot 32
    Estimate: $275 Realised Price : $200

    Aerogrammes: South and Central America largely unused range comprising Argentina (3), Bolivia (18), Brazil (99, with good range of modern pictorials), Canal Zone (1), Chile (11), Colombia (3), Costa Rica (4), Cuba (10), Ecuador (5), El Salvador (8), Honduras (21), Mexico (1), Nicaragua (2), Surinam (8), and Uruguay (13) (total 207)

    Lot 33
    Estimate: $200

    -: United Nations, a group including 1952 10c first issue unused and with first day cancel, later issues to 1990s unused and CTO, and a selection of formular types for use by peace-keeping forces, including commercial usages (62)

    Lot 34
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    Accessories, comprising SG ‘Senator’ album, as new with 100 pages plus two extra packets of 50 pages, and Hagner ‘De-luxe’ binder (unfortunately split at side) containing 60 as new Hagner sheets in various sizes

    Lot 35
    Estimate: $70 Realised Price : $55

    Queensland Postal History by H.M. Cambell (RPSV, 1990) and The Post Offices and Hand-held Datestamps of Victoria Vol. 1 by Watson, Webster and Wood (1989), both as new

    Lot 36
    Estimate: $75 Realised Price : $75

    Western Australia The Stamps and Postal History by WA Study Group (1979), as new

    Lot 37
    Estimate: $40

    King George V One Penny Check List published by BSAP, 1979 edition. Some soiling through use

    Lot 38
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $420

    Higgins & Gage Postal Stationery Catalogue complete in four loose-leaf binders, together with later price supplements, plus Kessler’s Aerogramme Catalogue Vols. 1-3 in another loose-leaf binder

    Lot 698
    Estimate: $550

    1937-52 KGVI collection on leaves, basically complete with many additional perf varieties, excludes SG 386a, 387b, 394a and 394c, extra SG 394 used, variable condition, mostly mint (64)

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