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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, SOUTH AUSTRALIA

    Lot 661
    Estimate: $380T

    1868-79 3d on 4d deep ultramarine (SG 68) additionally optd TOO LATE diagonally in black


    Lot 662
    Estimate: $600T Realised Price : $675

    1886-96 Plate Proofs on P14 gummed, wmkd paper, 2/6d Mauve with value in Blue, marginal block of four with tiny tone on one, otherwise fresh unmounted.

     

    Lot 663
    Estimate: $575T

    - as above, though for 5/- Mauve with value in Red, marginal block of four with tiny tone on one, otherwise fresh unmounted.

     

    Lot 664
    Estimate: $500T

    1886-96 inscribed POSTAGE & REVENUE Perf 10: 15/- Orange-brown, SG 198, CTO with single ring of Melbourne.

     

    Lot 665
    Estimate: $105

    EsPerf 11½-12½: 2/6d Dull Violet, SG 195a, (large holes) corner Control Nş1 pair.

     

    Lot 666
    Estimate: $600T

    -: £2 Venetian-red, SG 200a, CTO with single-ring of Melbourne. Ex 1987 Australia Post Archives Sale.

     

    Lot 667
    Estimate: $1,300T

    -: £4 Lemon, SG 203a, attractive mint example, hinge remain. Very fresh example and seldom seen mint.

     

    Lot 668
    Estimate: $1,200T

    -: £4 Lemon, SG 203a, CTO with portion of Adelaide G.P.O. datestamp, corner crease, 1984 Brandon Certificate.

     

    Lot 669
    Estimate: $1,000T

    -: £5 Bronze, SG 205, superb example cancelled at Adelaide

     

    Lot 670
    Estimate: $1,250T

    -: £10 Bronze, SG 206a, CTO with single-ring of Melbourne, Ex 1987 Post Office Archives Sale.

     

    Lot 671
    Estimate: $2,100T

    -: £15 Silver, SG 207a, CTO with single-ring of Melbourne, Ex 1987 Post Office Archives Sale. [A similar example sold for $2330 at auction on March 2002].

     

    Lot 672
    Estimate: $3,400T

    -: £20 Claret, SG 208a, CTO with single-ring of Melbourne, Ex 1987 Post Office Archives Sale. [A similar example sold for $3840+ at auction in March 2002].

     

    Lot 673

    2/6d Dull Violet. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 674

    - : 5/- Rose-pink. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 675

    - : 10/- Green. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 676

    15/- Brownish yellow. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 677

    - : £1 Blue. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 678

    - : £2 Venetian Red Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 679

    - : 50/- Dull Pink Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 680

    -: £3 Sage Green Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 681

    -: £4 Lemon Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 682

    -: £5 Grey, one unit with small portion removed Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 683

    -: £15 Silver, mint normals Cat £25,000. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 684

    -: £20 Claret, strip of three only, mint normals Cat £18,000. Lots 673-684 available as one lot for $7500.

     

    Lot 685
    Estimate: $4,000T Realised Price : $3,600

    1902-04 thin POSTAGE 8d Ultramarine, corner control block of four showing the rare "EIGNT" error, SG 272a, hinge in margin only, otherwise fresh unmounted. [A similar block sold for $5100+ including commissions in a Sydney sale in September 2001].

     

    Lot 686
    Estimate: $300

    Postal Stationery: Selection comprising Postal Cards (40) and Wrappers (9), including Official opts (two with printed inscription), unused and used, some duplication, also Official envelope, (50)


    Lot 687
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $230

    1850s-1900s selection, noted series of three handpainted postcards used in 1904, 1905 taxed item, 1908 SA perfin used from Govt House, KEVII 6d revenue used on 1915 Bill of Exchange, Stationery (mostly unused), etc, mixed condition (57)


    Lot 688
    Estimate: $230

    1873 (10th Oct) cover to UK bearing 9d Bright Mauve (2, one with missing corner) paying double rate via Brindisi, minor cover faults. Very rare make-up for double rate.

     

    Lot 689
    Estimate: $95

    Northern Territory: 1910 and 1914 items, earlier an envelope (a little roughly opened although intact) to U.K. at 2d rate cancelled by very fine Port Darwin squared-circle, another strike alongside, latter 1d Kangaroo Envelope to Adelaide cancelled by very fine Darwin cds


    Lot 690
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $95

    1941 attractive Birthday Greetings telegram originating at Mil PO NO 3 Darwin together with matching conveying envelope both with double-oval POST OFFICE/COLLINGWOOD, N.5. rubber datestamp in blue (RRR)


    Lot 691
    Estimate: $115T

    -: 1987 (10th Apr) official opening of Palmerston P.O. uncommon specially optd PSE (2) by Australia Post, both with Palmerston steel cds in red, one additionally with rubber cds of which few were produced


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