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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, NEW SOUTH WALES

    Lot 23
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $170

    Large accumulation of the more common issues from 1870s to 1900s with a few earlier, including Laureates and Diadems (with 6d imperf x 11), large quantities of 1d and 2d QV Sideface various printings, and smaller quantities to 1/- and of 3d, 5d perf Diadems. Later with 1892 d and 1897 1d, 2d, and 2d Jubilee issues, 1902 2/6d, 1903 9d, and a few postage dues. Small quantity mint, condition variable but mostly good to fine. An excellent opportunity for study with possible postmark interest (Approx 4300 stamps)

        

    Lot 24
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $90

    Large accumulation of Centennial issues, 1888-1900s, arranged on hagners, including large quantities of 1d, 2d, 4d, 6d and 1/-, few mint, condition variable but generally good to fine, some postmark interest and a great opportunity for study of this issue (Approx 2100+ stamps)

       

    Lot 25
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $300

    1899 Watermark Crown over NSW (II) Chalk-Surfaced Paper 1d Scarlet block of 4 from left side of right pane, the left-hand pair with error 'Imperforate Three Sides', lower units MUH, some gum toning and rust at top and bottom right (barely visible on face). SG 300a Cat 1100

     

    Lot 26
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $270

    1901 Federal Presentation Set of current Postage Stamps d to 20/- (17) and Postage Dues d to 20/- (10) CTO with 'NSW' in concentric ovals and affixed to printed sheet (Series 72738-1), stamps with some toning (especially postage dues), and sheet with a few stains and two horizontal folds

     

    Lot 27
    Estimate: $50 Realised Price : $65

    1902-03 Watermark Crown over NSW (III) Chalk-surfaced Paper 10d Violet used on 1904 (8 Mar) 3d registration envelope to Munich, Germany, cancelled 'REGISTERED/SYDNEY' cds, arrival ds in blue on reverse. Good solo usage of the 10d stamp for the quadruple U.P.U. foreign letter rate

     

    Lot 28
    Estimate: $80

    1907 Watermark Crown over Double-lined A (inverted) emergency printing block of 4 from the top right corner of the left pane showing '1905' monogram, mounted in selvedge only. Inverted watermarks comprised only one-third of the printing, so marginal monograms are scarce. BW N19z (2004) Cat AU$150+

     

    Lot 29
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $340

    Officials: Duplicated mint and used accumulation on hagners, with small group of QV Sidefaces, followed by large quantities of 1d and 2d Centennials, including many mint multiples, with 1d (131 M and 377 U) and 2d (370 M, 223 U), also a few 4d. A fine lot for study, condition generally good to fine

        

    Lot 30
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    Punctured Officials: Large accumulation sorted on hagners in three albums, with 'GR' (Government Railways) on 1d Shield (127) plus a few on other values, 'GSB' (Government Savings Bank) on 1d Shield (2), and 'OS/NSW' on 1d Shield (3300+) and 2d Jubilee types (1600+) plus a few on other values. Some faults, but generally good to fine. (Approx 5100 stamps)

        

    Lot 31
    Estimate: $50

    1832 (2 Jun) entire headed 'On board the Cartha Lochindall' addressed to 'Loina/Sydney' and carried outside the mails and without postal markings. A few tears and with peripheral wear

     

    Lot 32
    Estimate: $60T

    1893 (20 Jan) cover with Tasmanian 2d Sideface (damaged) tied by Hobart duplex, addressed to Launceston, then crossed through and endorsed with 'Try Hobart' and 'Sydney G.P.O.', and with handstruck Sydney 'ADVERTISED/UNCLAIMED' added. Backstamped at Launceston (JA 21 93), Hobart (JA 23 93), Sydney (JA 27 93) and double oval 'DEAD LETTER OFFICE/TASMANIA' ds (31 Jul 93) in blue. Minor soiling, otherwise fine

     

    Lot 33
    Estimate: $80T

    1901 (May) cover from Tasmania posted on board ship, with 1d Engraved Pictorial pair tied on arrival by Sydney cds (MY 9 01), and with double oval 'LOOSE SHIP/LETTER' and handstruck '2D' loose letter fee due, pair of NSW 1d postage due (chalky paper) affixed and cancelled by indelible pencil. Some light toning (especially around postage dues) and roughly opened back flap

     

    Lot 34
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $300

    Collection of numeral cancellations arranged on hagners in binder (Nos. 2 to 2064), all on 1880s-1900s issues off paper or on piece, with considerable duplication of common numbers, but with good representation of R, RR and RRR rated numerals, and with a few RRRR numbers. There will be some misidentifications and inevitably some stamps with faults but condition generally good to fine. A good basis for expansion, or the reseller (Approx 2000+ stamps)

         

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