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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, VICTORIA, POSTAL STATIONERY

    Lot 473
    Estimate: $600

    Postal Cards: 1895 1d Havelock-Foster's on Exhibition pages, being the first portion of the 'National One Frame 'Grand Award' exhibit which describes in detail some of the research data used in the 2007 monograph. Included are the main types and shades plus the 1d Orange-Brown 'Reading' cards used Geelong to Collingwood, and Melbourne to North Brighton, together with an unused example (unused 15, used/CTO 3)

     

    Lot 474
    Estimate: $1,250

    Postal Cards: 1895 1d Havelock-Foster's Proof supplied to William Cameroon & Co, bearing one of the two advertisements for the company. One of two recorded, the other being in the Printer's Archive

     

    Lot 475
    Estimate: $60

    Postal Cards: 1895 1d Havelock Foster's, the three different types 'ABC' (wavy underline), odd blemish, unused (3)

     

    Lot 476
    Estimate: $1,250

    Postal Cards: 1895 Havelock-Foster's 1d Postal Card, the complete set of Plate and sub-types comprising unused (20, including both Cameron Bros. advertising types), used (3), and CTO (2), plus sub-type variety B7a, odd blemish, mostly fine (26). Believed to be the only known complete set

     

    Lot 477
    Estimate: $500

    Postal Cards: 1895 Havelock-Foster's 1d Postal Card, all different range of sub-types comprising A1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10; B1, 4, 5, 7, 7a; C1, 2, 3 and 5, odd fault, all but one unused (15)

     

    Lot 478
    Estimate: $400

    Postal Cards: 1895 Havelock-Foster's 1d Postal Card, all different range of sub-types comprising A1, 2, 3, 7; B1, 4, 5, 7, 7a; C1, 2 and 5, odd blemish, unused (12)

     

    Lot 479
    Estimate: $200

    Postal Cards: 1895 (11 Nov) use of 1d Havelock-Foster’s card to Chas Franklin informing him as a director of Cameron Bros & Co of a directors' meeting '... for further consideration of balance sheet' but this meeting was also to confirm the action by the managing director, suggesting cancellation of the Postcard advertising contract with the PMG's Department

     

    Lot 480
    Estimate: $80

    Postal Cards: 1895 (12 Nov) use to Tasmania of 1d Havelock-Foster’s card, Melbourne to Launceston between two stamp collectors, the writer asking for 'long necked Queens...etc', arrival backstamp, minor blemishes

     

    Lot 481
    Estimate: $80

    Postal Cards: 1895 (14 Nov) commercial use to N.S.W. of 1d Havelock-Foster’s card, South Yarra to Sydney from Harry Blashki to his brother Aaron giving detailed account on reverse of the controversy surround this card, minor blemishes [Blashki being of Lodge Regalia fame]

     

    Lot 482
    Estimate: $100

    Postal Cards: 1895-96 'double use' of 1d Havelock-Foster’s card, firstly to Moonee Valley on 25 Nov, original message and address covered with stamp selvedge and re-used 15 Jan 96 Melbourne to N.Z. via Sydney (manuscript), arrival backstamp, some staining from selvedge. Unusual

     

    Lot 483
    Estimate: $200

    Postal Cards: 1895 (3 Dec) use to S.A. of 1d Havelock-Foster’s card, Melbourne to Adelaide between well known collectors of their time O W Rosehain and F Krischauff with comments '..I find there are 2 printings, look at the wavy lines...'. Interesting

     

    Lot 484
    Estimate: $250

    Postal Cards: 1900-09 group with 1900 1d rose unused, Commonwealth 1d used (7, 3 uprated), 1d postcard reply half used in Victoria (slight staining, cat US$150), 1901 1d (3), 1904 1d uprated used to Switzerland, 1905 1˝d used to Switzerland or Finland, 1d used (2), 1906 1d used (2). Stieg cat approx US$500, few faults, mainly fine (19). Ex Guy Linfield

     

    Lot 485
    Estimate: $100

    Postal Cards: 1905 1d+1d rose reply card (Stieg P31, HG28) unused

     

    Lot 486
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $95

    Postal Cards: 1908 Visit of American Fleet 1d and 1˝d (Stieg P33-34, HG 30-31), minor blemishes, unused

     

    Lot 487
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    Postal Cards: 1908 Visit of American Fleet 1d and 1˝d (Stieg P33-34, HG 30-31), used locally and to Switzerland respectively, scuffs on 1˝d, both appear to have been used on 2 Sep 08

     

    Lot 488
    Estimate: $125

    Postal Cards: 1935 (16 Feb) extremely late use of 1d Havelock-Foster’s card from A. Rosenblum to A. Wallis (school teacher, part-time stamp dealer) at Doreen, message 'Any chance of any Aust. high/values?. Have clients waiting./Can also do with 1/- Cent, 9d Mac A./and 1/6 Mercury'

     

    Lot 489
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $300

    Envelope: 1892 1d Carmine ‘error of colour’ (Stieg KB14, HG B6), used 1892 (17 Oct) to Portland, surprisingly not taxed, unclaimed and returned with associated markings

     

    Lot 490
    Estimate: $300

    Registered Envelope: 1887 4d Pale Rose-Red curved flaps [size a] used with flap open (and piece affixed to back) 1891 (27 Feb) to Richmond with 1d postcard cut-out tied by indistinct belt buckle datestamp, framed 'REGISTERED' alongside, manuscript lines over impression

     

    Lot 491
    Estimate: $150

    Registered Envelope: 1893 3d Rose-Red on cream [size a] (Stieg C8, HG C8) 'REGISTERED' panel 52mm long, used 1894 (5 Jun) Melbourne to UK, uprated with 5d to pay ˝-1oz rate

     

    Lot 492
    Estimate: $200

    Registered Envelope: 1893 3d Rose-Red on white 'Double impression, one albino' [size a] (Stieg C8h variety, HG C8a) on horizontally laid paper, insignificant tone, unused

     

    Lot 493
    Estimate: $100

    Registered Envelope: 1893 3d Pale Rose-Red on white [size b], (Stieg C8h, HG C8a) used 1901 (13 Aug) Bendigo to France, uprated with 2˝d blue, embossing defaced with pen strokes

     

    Lot 494
    Estimate: $175

    Frank Stamps: 'POSTMASTER-GENERAL' printed on cover uprated with 1˝d apple-green pair (scarce on cover), 2d and 3d for registered use 1898 (9 Aug) Melbourne to U.S. Attractive

     

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