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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, VICTORIA, OTHER ISSUES

    Lot 220
    Estimate: $750T

    1858 'Emblems' No wmk rouletted 7-9 1d Pale Yellow-Green pair, an uncatalogued shade of which four examples have been recorded, used with Imperf 4d Dull Rose strip of three on 1858 (14 Jan) envelope to Boston, 'BOSTON/5Cts/MAR/31/BR. PKT.' cds on face, minor discolouration, fine appearance. This is the earliest known date for the No Wmk 1d

     

    Lot 221
    Estimate: $300

    1863-74 'Laureated' Wmk '8' 8d Orange, SG 112, large part o.g., tiny thin. Cat 375. Missing from most mint collections

     

    Lot 222
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $260

    1863-74 'Laureated' Wmk '8' 8d Orange, SG 112, on 1868 (30 Mar) envelope (repaired tear) to Cevio, Switzerland with 1/- Blue/blue, fair framed 'INSUFFICIENTLY PAID' (very scarce), manuscript '30' (due), and diamond 'GB/1F62c' in red. Twelve covers are recorded

     

    Lot 223
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $200

    1863-74 'Laureated' issues on cover selection comprising 1864 2d tied by BN '289' of Hotham (type 2, rated RRR) used to Melbourne; 1864 4d tied by BN '415' of Woodpoint used to Melbourne; 1867 wrapper (250x100mm) endorsed 'Deed Only' used Echuca to Salop bearing 2d Lilac-Grey strip of three (2oz-4oz Printed Matter rate); 1873 cover with 6d tied by BN '78' of St Kilda (rated R) to UK, mixed condition (4 covers)

     

    Lot 224
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    1867-81 Wmk V over Crown Perf 12 4d Pink shade, believed to have originated from a small portion of the 11th printing, large part o.g.

     

    Lot 225
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $575

    1871 '9 9/PENCE' on 10d Purple-Brown/pink, SG 171, strip of three with small faults on 1873 (30 Jan) cover Melbourne to London via Brindisi, paying the scarce triple rate, cover faults. The largest known multiple and a great rarity

     

    Lot 226
    Estimate: $400T

    1873-74 'Bell' 9d Pale Brown/pink Perf 13 (SG 172) single, few blunt perfs on 1874 cover Melbourne to UK; strip of three + 6d 'Laureated' on 1874 cover Melbourne to UK; pair (SG 172a) + 6d 'Laureated' on 1875 cover Melbourne to Edinburgh; and Perf 12 on 1873 mourning cover Melbourne to Ireland, minor blemishes. Scarce adhesives on cover

     

    Lot 227
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $400

    1884 'STAMP STATUTE' Wmk upright Perf 12 5 Black and Yellow-Green, optd 'Reprint' in red, large part o.g. Ex Butler

     

    Lot 228
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $550

    1884-96 'STAMP DUTY' 45/- Lilac, SG 277, handstamped 'Specimen.' in italics, fine. Cat for normal 3250

     

    Lot 229
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $1,050

    1886-95 inscribed 'STAMP DUTY' 8d Die Proof in Purple on glazed card (30x32mm). Very rare, being one of three recorded

     

    Lot 230
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    1886-95 inscribed 'STAMP DUTY' 2d, 3d, 5d, 8d handstamped 'Specimen.' in italics; 4d and 1/- handstamped 'SPECIMEN' diagonally, odd fault (6)

     

    Lot 231
    Estimate: $1,500T

    1901-10 Wmk sideways 1d Pale Rose-red Die II, SG 385ca, 'JBC' Monogram strip of three, one unit tiny black mark. [Possibly only two monograms known]

     

    Lot 232
    Estimate: $6,000T

    1901-10 KEVII 1 Die Proof [State 2] in Carmine-Rose on thin wove paper (93x60mm), BW V125DP(2). Only two examples known. Cat AU$15000

     

    Lot 233
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    Cinderellas: 1905 (17 Jun) cover to U.S.A. bearing 2d tied by Melbourne datestamp, reverse with perforated blue advertising vignette inscribed 'WARNER &/WEBSTER./FOR/ SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS/240/SWANSTON ST,/MELBOURNE' tied by New York datestamps

      

    Lot 234
    Estimate: $400

    Beer Duty: 1895 inscribed 'Malt and Hops exclusively' Two Doz. Bottled, 8d Red shades (3), Barefoot 40, very fine condition

     

    Lot 235
    Estimate: $250

    Beer Duty: 1895 inscribed 'Malt and Hops exclusively' Twelve Doz. Bottled, 4/- Green, Barefoot 42, tear at base, otherwise fine and rare

     

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