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    Lot 598
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price: $280

    1850 Sydney Views Plate I Intermediate Impressions, 2d Greyish blue, SG 16b, attractive pair with large to huge margins, left unit a little creased.


    Lot 599
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price: $260

    - : Later Impression 2d Blue, SG 19, large margins, neatly cancelled. Choice example


    Lot 600
    Estimate: $115

    -: Plate III, 2d Deep Blue, SG 30, huge margins, portions of adjoining frame lines on three sides, cancel a little oily. Deep rich colour


    Lot 601
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price: $700

    1854-62 range including Laureates 1d (5, including pair), 2d (3, two unused - one with WALES partly covered by wavy lines), 3d (3), 1856 "REGISTERED" (6d.) imperf (3), perf (7, two unused), Diadems 1d (3, including pair), 2d (7, two unused), 1855 5d, 1854-59 6d shades (16, two with Wmk "8"), 1/- (3), mixed condition, many with four margins, (54)

    Lot 602
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price: $120

    1854 Plate III, Wmk 2 2d Ultramarine, SG 84, huge margins with frame-lines of adjoining units evident on four sides. Premium example.


    Lot 603
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price: $95

    1856 "REGISTERED" (6d.) Reprint, attractive marginal pair.


    Lot 604
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price: $260

    1856 Wmk "1" Imperf, 1d Orange-vermilion, SG 105, large margins, unused

    Lot 605
    Estimate: $60 Realised Price: $46

    1856 Wmk "3" Imperf, 3d Bluish green, SG 112, large margins three sides

    Lot 606
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price: $160

    1854 Wmk "12" 1/-, SG 127-29, the listed shades, all with four margins, the pale red a marginal example, (3).

    Lot 607
    Estimate: $175 Realised Price: $145

    -: Wmk Error "8" 1/- Rosy vermilion, SG 127a, even margins.

    Lot 608
    Estimate: $115T

    1862 Wmk double-lined 2 (SG Type 29) proof impressions in marginal block of 12 (6 x 2)

    Lot 609
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price: $230

    -: as above, though in block of 24 (6 x 4).

    Lot 610
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price: $240

    1882-97 1d Orange scarlet P11x10, formerly listed as SG 223d, large part o.g. 1982 RPSL Certificate. Ex Shepard.


    Lot 611
    Estimate: $800T Realised Price: $700

    888-90 Centenary 1/- Violet-brown, marginal Imperf pair, SG 258ca, tiny thin in margin with inscription.


    Lot 612
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price: $320

    1897 Charity set opt Specimen in red, (2).


    Lot 613
    Estimate: $600T

    Officials: 1890 20/- Carrington (SG O48) opt O S, CTO.


    Lot 614
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price: $190

    1879-85 5d green optd OS, SG O7, scarce mint corner block of 16 (mounted in selvedge only) and fine used block of four, also Queensland Postal Fiscal 10/- brown and 20/- rose strip of three fiscally used, (24)

    Lot 615
    Estimate: $230

    1879-85 5d green optd OS, SG O7, scarce mint corner block of 16 (mounted in selvedge only) and fine used block of four, also Queensland Postal Fiscal 10/- brown and 20/- rose strip of three fiscally used, (24)

    Lot 616
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price: $320

    Postage Dues: 1891-92 8d Green, SG D7, vertical pair. Very rare multiple.


    Lot 617
    Estimate: $150

    Cinderellas & Revenues Cinderellas: 1911 1st ANPEX vignettes in the four colours in blocks of four, one or two small imperfections although unusually fresh for these, and the carmine-red issue Imperforate between horizontal pair (fine), (18)

    Lot 618
    Estimate: $1,500

    Revenue Stamps: 1921 Betting Tax 1d original handdrawn artwork on card, and large Die proofs in black for 1d and 3d, each item contemporaneously endorsed in ink and/or pencil. Unique group ex Frankenstein

    Lot 619
    Estimate: $115

    - : 1950s accumulation of Tasmanian Govt (Tourist and Immigration Dept) cheque forms made out to N.S.W. payees, many quaint and defunct company names noted, approximately 50% bearing N.S.W. 2d or 3d Stamp Duty, various printings, some with MACDONALD/ HAMILTON/& CO. security handstamp, (430+)

    Lot 620
    Estimate: $150

    -: PACKET STAMP inscribed 6d on 4d blue and black (2) unused and tied to cover with printed return address for The Sydney Morning Herald. Scarce

    Lot 621
    Estimate: $150T Realised Price: $145

    -: c.1950 Stamp Duty 3d mauve error completely IMPERFORATE block of 30 (10 x 3) with sheet margins at sides. Fresh unmounted

    Lot 622
    Estimate: $440

    1845-70 selection including Crown/PAID datestamps (4, one in combination with handstruck 2/OCLOCK), 1864-70 double (1/8d) via Marseilles rate (3, differing franking combinations), etc, generally fair/fine (10). Ex John White

    Lot 623
    Estimate: $115

    1851 (21st Mar) entire letter to Sydney showing PAID AT/MAITLAND in red on face, the datestamp on reverse

    Lot 624
    Estimate: $115

    1870 (24th Jun) entire being an advice from Money Order Office, Sydney, showing on front superb oval MONEY ORDER OFFICE/SYDNEY. N.S.W. datestamp in blue and on reverse rare diamond sealing etiquette in blue for Money Order Department

    Lot 625
    Estimate: $90

    1887 (31st Aug) registered envelope G.B. to Riverstone (N.S.W.) bearing 6d and 2d to Riverstone showing mss. Left the District, very fine ADVERTISED/UNCLAIMED, Riverstone and Sydney backstamps

    Lot 626
    Estimate: $115

    1897-1901 Sydney local covers with POSTAGE PAID SYDNEY datestamps without value, D (3 types) or 1D (showing 100 POSTED. handstamp), some toning, scarce group (5)

    Lot 627
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price: $75

    1900 (17th Jan) use Sydney to New York of STOTT & HOARE, Remington importers, yellow envelope with illustrated typewriter advertisement. Lovely

    Lot 628
    Estimate: $95

    1910 (12th Sep) use of 3d Registered Envelope + 2d adhesive, orange label handstamped Lithgow. Early and unusual provisional use

    Lot 629
    Estimate: $300T

    Australian Capital Territory: Ainslie-Yarralumla accumulation of cancellations mostly on piece in labelled large envelopes ex Alan Salisbury, noted CAMP ROYAL/A.C.T.-AUST (4, one in violet) on P.M.G.s Dept forms portions, Reliefs, etc, certain to be many other useful cdss here (many 100s), also registration label Parliament House (Fed.)/VICTORIA in red strip of four and unnamed sheet in blue

    Lot 630
    Estimate: $440

    : Registered covers Ainslie to Yarralumla, 39 P.O.s represented, includes provisional labels, etc (54). Difficult material

    Lot 631
    Estimate: $380T

    -: REGISTER OF PARCELS POSTED forms (2) one with four strikes (under to over-inked) of MAJURA/N.S.W. intaglio mail bag seal and 1943 strike of MAJURA/A.C.T.-AUST. cds, other with 31 (!) 1932 (1st-31st Jan) strikes of MAJURA/F.C.T. cds. Remarkable documents - ex Alan Salisbury

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