Click here to return to the Millennium Philatelic Auctions home page

Sale No. 66



.... Sale 66 unsold lots now available for purchase ....
    Millennium Philatelic Auctions Search

    Online Sale No. 63





    [ Symbols and Codes ]

    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, VICTORIA, GENERAL

    Lot 89
    Estimate: $100T

    1854 Woodblocks 2/- Dull Bluish-green on Pale Yellow horizontal pair with clear margins but with vertical and horizontal creases, scarce in multiples. SG 35, cat 380+

     

    Lot 90
    Estimate: $90T Realised Price : $70

    1856 1d Yellow-green Queen-on-Throne, no gum and just touched at top. SG 40, cat 250

     

    Lot 91
    Estimate: $90T

    1857 Emblems Watermark Large Star 1d Yellow-green just touched at left, otherwise fine unused. SG 41, cat 200

     

    Lot 92
    Estimate: $50 Realised Price : $1

    1884-96 Stamp Duty Lithographs: Watermark V over Crown (V1) Perf 13 1/10/- Deep Grey-olive fiscally cancelled variety 'Watermark Upright and Reversed', closed pinhole at lower right, otherwise fine and a very scarce variety, SG 244a var

     

    Lot 93
    Estimate: $120 Realised Price : $100

    1897 Hospital Charity Fund 1d very fine MUH, and 2d large part OG and lightly mounted. SG 353-354, cat 150 (2)

     

    Lot 94
    Estimate: $40T Realised Price : $30

    1899-1901 Stamp Duty Watermark V over Crown (V4) 1d Olive used on presumably philatelic cover from Melbourne to Fitzroy, 29 June 1901, very fine. This stamp was valid for postage only from 6 to 30 June 1901 and is scarce on cover

     

    Lot 95
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1900 Boer War Charity 1d Olive-brown and 2d Emerald-green, large part OG (2d with gum wrinkle), and heavy paper hinge remains. SG 374-375, cat 425 (2)

     

    Lot 96
    Estimate: $120

    1901-10 Watermark V over Crown (V4), Single-line Perf 11, 1d Die II Dull Red pair, 1d Die II Pale Rose (Aniline) corner pair (stamps MUH, one with damaged lower right corner) and single, and 1d Die III Pale Rose-red corner block of 4 (2 MUH, some gum toning), scarce multiples. SG 402ab,402b, cat 478 (9)

     

    Lot 97
    Estimate: $120 Realised Price : $90

    1912 Watermark Crown over Double-lined A (sideways) Thin Pre-gummed Paper, Single-line Perf 12 d Bluish-green block of 48 (minor perf separation) and marginal block of 26, only four units mounted, and generally very fine. SG 416b, cat 370

     

    Lot 98
    Estimate: $120 Realised Price : $90

    1912 Watermark V over Crown (V5) Comb Perf 12 x 12 1d Rose-carmine 'CA' and 'JBC' monogram blocks of 4, first with faint diagonal bend through corner stamp and some perf separation, very fine with large part OG and lightly mounted (8)

     

    Lot 99
    Estimate: $300

    1912 Watermark V over Crown (V5), Comb Perf 12 x 12 1d Rose-carmine strips of 12 from base of sheet (2) with 'CA' and 'JBC' monograms, from two different plates showing variations in the gaps in the marginal rule. One strip with three units thinned, both strips with slight toning in selvedge at right edge, otherwise fine with most units MUH. BW V52z/za (2004), cat AU$780+

      

    Lot 100
    Estimate: $280

    1912 Watermark V over Crown (V5), Comb Perf 12 x 12 1d Rose-carmine strip of 12 from base of sheet with 'CA' and 'JBC' monograms, showing break in marginal rule under units [6-7], perfs split at centre otherwise fine, with only one unit hinged. BW V52z/za (2004), cat AU$660

     

    Lot 101
    Estimate: $220 Realised Price : $190

    1912 Watermark V over Crown (V5) (inverted), Single-line Perf 11 d Bluish-green strip of 20 from top of sheet with selvedge three sides, a superb multiple with the stamps MUH, ex Purves and Perry. SG 461, cat 400

     

    Lot 102
    Estimate: $75 Realised Price : $60

    1895-96 receipts for shares (4) from The North Prentice Gold Mining Company, each with 1890 1d Reading affixed. Fine, and with considerable thematic interest

      

    Lot 103
    Estimate: $30

    Small range, with 1876 1d Violet postcard, 1882 1d + 1d Violet reply card used 1896, 1891 1d on 2d Violet postcard used in 1900, 1d Brownish-red on Green postcard CTO, 1901 1d 'POSTAGE' lettercard CTO (sealed), 1890 1d Red-brown embossed envelope, 1890 1d Red-brown wrapper, generally fine (7)

       

    Lot 104
    Estimate: $40 Realised Price : $1

    Frank Stamps: 'MINISTER OF JUSTICE' handstamped in Blue on 1868 (20 Nov) OHMS blue envelope from Melbourne to Echuca, arrival backstamp NO 21 68, undeliverable and struck with boxed 'UNCLAIMED AT/ECHUCA' (fine) and with 'D.L.B./VICTORIA' backstamp in blue, DC 23 68. Flap roughly torn, and some soiling

     

    Click here to go back to the Contents Page
    [ Previous Category ] [ Next Category ]
    Keyword Search of Lot Descriptions












Welcome to Millennium Philatelic Auctions, auctioneers of stamps, postal history and other philatelic material.
Millennium Philatelic Auctions | PO Box 58, Broadway NSW 2007 AUSTRALIA
E-mail: info@millenniumauctions.com | Phone: + 61 2 9281 4797
ABN: 19 114 833 108 | © 2002-2016 Millennium Philatelic Auctions
Welcome to Millennium Philatelic Auctions, auctioneers of stamps, postal history and other philatelic material.