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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, TASMANIA, POSTAL HISTORY

    Lot 390
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1824 (27 Oct) entire Hobart to Halifax, England carried on the ''Prince Regent'' Initial rating overscored and subsequently rated ''1/8''(d) due on arrival. Struck with a faint oval ''HOBART TOWN/V.D.L.'' undated handstamp and the rear with a framed ''SHIP LETTER/ BRIGHTON'' and faint cds on reverse. Contents written by Frederick Davies concerning debt recovery via Court from the Midwood estate. Discolouration and a few faint creases though a scarce example of the undated marking introduced perhaps just one month earlier

     

    Lot 391
    Estimate: $75

    1848 (27 Dec) Entire Hobart to London p Calcutta' rated '4'(d) ship letter rate and '8'(d) inward ship charge on arrival with horizontal file fold and opening faults and arrival cds at rear. The contents written by Thomas Hewitt, Manager of the Derwent & Tamar Assurance Co with listings of ships, their contents and total risks underwritten. Typed transcript included

     

    Lot 392
    Estimate: $350

    1904 (16 Nov) use of 1d Postal Card from Launceston to 'King Island', with boxed 'POSTED OUT/OF COURSE' (deteriorated state - sides worn away). A scarce instructional marking

     

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