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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, VICTORIA, THE GUY LINFIELD FRANK STAMPS, CHIEF SECRETARY

    Lot 372
    Estimate: $600T

    (V335.1) 'CHIEF SECRETARY/FRANK STAMP': Fine strike in blue on 1870 (13 Jul) 'Public Library Museum, NATIONAL GALLERY OF VICTORIA' envelope (tiny tear and small adhesion), used Carlton to Kew; also (V340.2) 'CHIEF SECRETARY/VICTORIA' strike in red on 1874 (30 Apr) 'GOVERNMENT BOTANIST' envelope (early usage) (2)

     

    Lot 373
    Estimate: $500T

    (V335.1): Above average strike in blue on 1865 (18 Aug) 'Police Department' envelope used at Swan Hill (backstamp), with numeral '80'

     

    Lot 374
    Estimate: $100T

    (V340.1) 'CHIEF SECRETARY/VICTORIA': Fine strike in blue on 1867 (27 Apr) Education Office front (creasing) to Toronto 'Upper Canada', endorsed '10d' in red and with London official paid cds. Early date & unusual usage

     

    Lot 375
    Estimate: $800T Realised Price : $1,600

    (V340.5): Strike in blue on OHMS 'MELBOURNE INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION, 1880' newspaper wrapper (a little discoloured) to Massachusetts, 1879 (24 Feb) Melbourne duplex, indistinct red circled 'PAID ALL' apparently applied in Melbourne as indication of payment

     

    Lot 376
    Estimate: $400T Realised Price : $625

    (V340.4): Fair strike in blue on OHMS envelope (220x92mm, slight faults) pre-printed for 'OFFICES OF THE Commissioners for the Melbourne International Exhibition, 1880' and most unusually 'PRINTED MATTER ONLY' at upper left, opened each end and apparently used as a wrapper to Amsterdam (backstamp) in 1879 (14 Jan), no additional markings

     

    Lot 377
    Estimate: $250T

    (V340.2): Fair strike in red on 1880 (25 Mar) Chief Secretary's Office envelope (215x96mm, 1cm tear, blue crest on flap for Head of Department) to Gand, Belgium, endorsed '1' in red (accountancy mark?), Gand backstamp. Also strike in red on piece (2 items)

     

    Lot 378
    Estimate: $400T Realised Price : $420

    Envelopes group with (V340.3) in red on 1894 Penal & Gaols Dept, in red on 1895 Chief Secretary with red 'GOVERNMENT OF VICTORIA' crest on flap; (V340.4) in violet on 1881 Penal & Gaols; (V340.5) in blue on 1887 Library, Museums, National Gallery; printed in black on 1895 Electoral used registered, on very fine 1899 to UK with Official paid handstamp, on 1899 Penalty (Library, 180x123mm); (V340.7) in violet on 1887 Pharmacy Board 'Visiting Committee' card (Karman records early date 1892, only in red); (V340.6) in violet on 1887 Pharmacy; (V340.8) in red on 1894 Chief Secretary. Fair to fine (10)

     

    Lot 379
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $600

    (V340.2): Fair strike in blue on 1881 (14 Mar) envelope (minor stain) with 'MELBOURNE 1880 INTERNATIONAL EXHIBITION' embossed in red on flap. Addressed to a member of the 'Boot Section' jury

     

    Lot 380
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $550

    (V340.2): Strike in red defaced with parallel lines, printed 'Centennial International Exhibition, Melbourne 1888./OFFICES: EXHIBITION BUILDINGS, FITZROY.' and addressed 'Herr F.X. Katzmayr/Austrian Court', hand delivered at the Exhibition, minor toning. Rare

     

    Lot 381
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $75

    (V340.4): Printed in black on 1893 'GOVERNMENT BOTANIST' envelope (fold, light toning) with 2d red on yellow alongside frank impression and tied by Melbourne duplex, Paris cds below

     

    Lot 382
    Estimate: $100T

    (V340.4): Printed in black on 1895 'GOVERNMENT BOTANIST' envelope (small tear, piece missing from back) to Berlin (backstamp) with 2d red on yellow alongside frank impression and tied by Melbourne duplex

     

    Lot 383
    Estimate: $250T Realised Price : $460

    (V340.4): Printed in black on 1900 (10 Jan) 'MELBOURNE OBSERVATORY' envelope to Norway (!) with 2d and d tied by Melbourne cds, Christiana backstamp

     

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