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    Lot 718
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $600

    Literature: 'The Postage Stamps of New Zealand" Volume I (1938) by Collins & Fathers, minor faults, odd spotting


    Lot 719
    Estimate: $50 Realised Price : $38

    Literature: 'The Postage Stamps of New Zealand" Volume II (1950) by Collins & Watts, no reprints


    Lot 720
    Estimate: $300

    Literature: 'The Postage Stamps of New Zealand" Volume III (1955) by Collins & Watts, dust jacket minor faults


    Lot 721
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    Literature: 'The Postage Stamps of New Zealand" Volume IV (1964) by Collins & Watts, dust jacket minor faults


    Lot 722
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $300

    Literature: 'The Postage Stamps of New Zealand" Volume V (1967) by Collins, Burgess & Watts, with dust jacket. Very fine condition


    Lot 723
    Estimate: $80 Realised Price : $60

    New Zealand: 'One Penny Dominion 1909-26' by Fisher, 'All the N.Z. Stamps' by Franks, '1970 Supplement to the Illustrated Handbook of Registration Labels' (2) by Campbell, 'Postal Stationery Vols I, II by Samuel, 'Registered Mail Markings' by Voyce, 'Postal Manuscripts' by Marshall, 'Internal Airmail Flights' Vol I, 'Postal Stationery' 1966 and 1968 reprint by PHSNZ, mixed condition (11)


    Lot 724
    Estimate: $800T Realised Price : $700

    1855-57 No Wmk, Blue paper, Imperforate 2d Blue pair, SG 5, right unit with 're-entry', margins all round


    Lot 725
    Estimate: $15,000T

    1858 (12th Jul) entire from a Germany missionary addressed to Bremen bearing 1857 No Watermark 1/- Green bisected vertically, SG 6a and 1857 White paper 2d Blue strip of three - lifted and replaced, all clearly cancelled with numeral of Otago, manuscript '8' and '1/4' rate marks, 'P' within oval in red, London and Bremen backstamps, minor cover creasing/soiling and two 2d adhesives missing at left. The 1/- bisects are generally found on mail to England paying the 6d rate. Recorded in 'Postage Stamps of New Zealand, Vol I' pp.61. 1995 Holcombe and Van Der Linden Certificates. One of the great covers of New Zealand. [Provenance: Ex Pack]

     

    Lot 726
    Estimate: $800

    1945 Unadopted Essay for Peace issue of 9d value by James Berry in pencil on card (204x266mm). Attractive


    Lot 727
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $260

    Officials: 1915-27 KGV 4d Bright Violet, SG O101, corner Plate N 44 pair. Scarce


    Lot 728
    Estimate: $900T

    1859 (28th Jul) cover to England rated '6' and showing 'Crowned Paid at Auckland New Zealand' in red, SG CC1, and forwarded to GB where 1d red (2) affixed and cancelled at Bristol in transit, arrival backstamps

     

    Lot 729
    Estimate: $1,800T

    1850-65 superbly annotated of covers and pieces showing various cancellations with cds markings, Crown Paids (5), from Post Offices, Whakaraupo and Port Cooper to Lyttleton, includes part cover with SG CC6 of Port Victoria, etc. (19 items). Inspection recommended


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