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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, VICTORIA, THE GUY LINFIELD FRANK STAMPS, POSTMASTER GENERAL

    Lot 409
    Estimate: $150T

    (V310.3, small lettering): Strike in blue on blue GPO envelope used Melbourne to Geelong, readdressed to Anakie in 1872 (6 Apr), with datestamps of each on face

     

    Lot 410
    Estimate: $250T Realised Price : $190

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on blue GPO envelope (222x97mm, minor tones) used registered Melbourne to London in 1873 (19 Dec) with oval 'REGISTERED', London registered datestamps (2) and Melbourne cds on face. Attractive usage

     

    Lot 411
    Estimate: $400T Realised Price : $900

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on 1875 'TELEGRAPHIC MESSAGE' envelope (tiny opening fault) used Registered to Urana NSW, impression overstruck by oval 'REGISTERED' h/s. Albury, Tarcutta and Wagga Wagga backstamps. Attractive and rare usage

     

    Lot 412
    Estimate: $80T

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on GPO envelope (embossed crown in pink circle on flap) used Melbourne to Ararat in 1875 (25 June)

     

    Lot 413
    Estimate: $125T Realised Price : $95

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on long GPO envelope used registered to London in 1878, attractive. Also a superb strike on piece (2 items)

     

    Lot 414
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $340

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on 1889 (8 Mar) envelope to Amsterdam, and printed in black on 1890 (9 Jan) matching long GPO envelope to Rome (toning, minor opening tears), neither with additional markings for overseas use. The former with Amsterdam, Brindisi backstamps, latter taxed with Italian Dues 1L pair and 40c tied by Rome cds (2)

     

    Lot 415
    Estimate: $150T

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on plain (no OHMS) envelope (fold) for Head of Department with elaborate crest on flap, unused, rare; also on piece (2 items)

     

    Lot 416
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $150

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on 'The Queen's Fund' envelope (minor faults) used Melbourne to Kilmore in 1891 (15 Jul). Rare charity usage

     

    Lot 417
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $75

    (V310.4): Strike in violet or in red (indistinct) on 1892 plain envelopes without OHMS (contrary to regulations) used Melbourne to Hamilton (backstamps) (2)

     

    Lot 418
    Estimate: $125T

    (V310.4): Printed in blue on 1894, and printed in black on 1898-1902 envelopes (4, 2 'penalty', one mourning, one On 'His' in mss. MS) (5)

     

    Lot 419
    Estimate: $350T

    (V340.4): Printed in black on 1895 envelope to Coronado, California with 2d red on yellow pair tied by Melbourne cds, readdressed to San Diego, two-line 'ADVERTISED' datestamp, 'UNCLAIMED' applied and returned, two strikes of rare half-circle 'RECEIVED OPEN D.L.B./VICTORIA' (not listed by de Righi) plus DLO cds applied in red. Part of reverse missing, 3cm at left of envelope folded over and stuck

     

    Lot 420
    Estimate: $100T

    (V340.4): Printed in black on envelope (minor stain) for Head of Department with blue oval 'POST & TELEGRAPH DEPARTMENT' crest on flap, unused

     

    Lot 421
    Estimate: $150T

    (V340.4): Printed in black on 1896 envelope (reduced at base) used registered to Paris with 8d tied by 'R' within circle. Scarce stamp on cover

     

    Lot 422
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $380

    (V310.4): Printed in red on 'Queen's Memorial Fund./INFECTIOUS DISEASES HOSPITAL' envelope (222x97mm) used at St Kilda in 1897 (3 May). Rare charity usage

     

    Lot 423
    Estimate: $150T Realised Price : $480

    (V310.4): Printed in black on 1898 (15 Jun) envelope to Moscow, 2d red on yellow tied by Melbourne cds, Moscow backstamp. Fine

     

    Lot 424
    Estimate: $200T

    (V310.4): Printed in black on long mourning penalty envelope used registered to Paris in 1901 (20 Nov), with 4d (2, minor tones) added to pay double rate plus registration

     

    Lot 425
    Estimate: $250T Realised Price : $190

    (V310.4): Printed in black on long penalty envelope used registered to New York in 1902 (10 Jan), with 2d and 6d added to pay double rate plus registration

     

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