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    Lot 106
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $380

    1844 (12th Aug) entire Sydney to Melbourne with fine strike of dated crowned 'FREE' in red, addressed 'Henry Condell Esq/Mayor/Melbourne' (Melbourne's first Mayor) and signed by sender at lower left 'Wm Robinson' (Upper House member) as required by postal regulations


    Lot 107
    Estimate: $800T

    1849 entire letter to England with strike of 'PAID AT/HORSHAM' in red and backstamped 'HORSHAM/SE24/1849/PT PHILLIP' in black (earliest recorded date), rated in mss. '1/2' and corrected '11d' for carriage to Melbourne only, the 3d ship letter rate unpaid and '8' in black for GB private shipletter rate. Provenance: Ex Perry, Kelly


    Lot 108
    Estimate: $450T

    1849 (19th Oct) OHMS entire letter headed 'Ballanee/Ballan' and addressed to 'Commissioner of Crown Lands', weak strike of 'BALLAN/ PORT PHILLIP' datestamp in black - earliest recorded date, rate '7' in black for 30-50 miles of carriage


    Lot 109
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    1885 (19th May) use of 1d Postal Card printed on reverse for 'Melbourne Jewish Philanthropic Society' used at Melbourne, framed 'UNCLAIMED AT/MELBOURNE', 'L.C.10/MY 23/1885' within black oval, backstamps of Melbourne, Carlton and DLO office datestamps. Early Judaica item


    Lot 110
    Estimate: $250T

    1892 (12th Dec) 1d Yellow - 'Error of colour' Envelope (H&G KB11) used locally at Melbourne with framed 'RECEIVED OPEN/AT G.P.O./ WITHOUT CONTENTS'. Scarce


    Lot 111
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    1899 (21st Jun) cover used at Melbourne with framed 'UNCLAIMED AT/ MELBOURNE', oval handstamps 'LIST ROOM/N1' and 'NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIERS/MELBOURNE', 1908 and 1911 'City of Richmond' voting removal form and envelope with 'PAID AT RICHMOND/1D' with framed 'UNCLAIMED AT/RICHMOND' or 'NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIER'. Attractive trio


    Lot 112
    Estimate: $125T

    c.1901 OHMS Envelope inscribed 'COMMONWEALTH MILITARY FORCES OF VICTORIA.' and at lower left 'AREA 73B/DUNOLLY.', minor ageing, unused


    Lot 113
    Estimate: $500

    c.1910 OHMS Envelope printed for 'Registrar, Births and Deaths', unused, together with Envelope with PMG label inscribed 'NOTE.-Open/by tearing/the label./Re-use by/affixing fresh label'. Attractive (2 items)


    Lot 114
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $150

    Cancellations: c.1875 original metal hand canceller for Panton Hills engraved 'PAID AT/PANTON HILLS' unrestored. Recently discovered historic Post Office instrument

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