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    Lot 475
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $170

    Small group including high values 1884-96 6, 7 and 8, 1886-96 9, few other lower values all fiscally used, also Australia 1902-04 2/- Postage Due with portion of marginal wmk, mixed condition (12)


    Lot 476
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $230

    Stockbook and Hagner with eclectic and diverse range varying from 'Woodblock' 6d (15) through to Postal Fiscals (17 + quantity 1d), noted nice 4d 'Laureate' with goodly portion of marginal inscription (very scarce), 1912 1d Wmk sideways SG 457a unmounted mint (Cat 50) and used, etc (100+), also N.Z. 'Chalon' 1/- attractive used despite rounded corner

    Lot 477
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $340

    1850 Original state of dies: 2d Grey-Lilac, SG 3a, unusually with ample margins, trace of wavy-line pen cancel and horizontal crease not visible from front. Very fine appearance


    Lot 478
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $300

    1854-57 Campbell and Ferguson 1d Rose, SG 28a, clear margins, very large at left, very fine unused


    Lot 479
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $100

    1884-96 Perf 12 2 Blue, SG 276a, postally used


    Lot 480
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $135

    1884-96 Perf 12 10 Mauve, SG 279, CTO at Melbourne 13 No 99


    Lot 481
    Estimate: $750

    Postage Due: 1890 d to 5/- dull blue and brown-lake set (d dull blue and claret) overprinted italic 'Specimen', SG D1-10. Very fine mint and a rare set, especially in this superior condition (10)


    Lot 482
    Estimate: $500

    Selection unused and used comprising Postal Cards (44) with 1895 Havelock-Fosters unused and used (2), Lettercards (8), Envelopes (8, one colourless 'O S', another Registered Envelope), Wrappers (20, few fronts), PTPO Envelopes (7) and Wrapper, Frank Stamps (2, one registered), condition varied at times (90), also 1890s/early 1900s unused cheque forms (4 types - stubs intact) with embossed or printed Stamp Duty


    Lot 483
    Estimate: $400

    1850s-1900s (mostly later period) accumulation with many Numeral and datestamp cancellations (noted 1870 scarce McCullum's Creek), Taxed and Registered's, perfin, 1893 'UNCLAIMED AT/CURLEWIS' (stamp excised), Ship endorsements (9), etc, condition varied at times (100+ items)


    Lot 484
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $140

    1858 (15th July) covers Melbourne to Edinburgh (2) bearing 2d and 4d Emblems, cancelled barred numeral "1"; also 1863 (26th May) cover to Edinburgh "via Marseilles" bearing 3d blue Beaded Oval and 6d Adopted Design, cancelled by Melbourne duplex. Cover flaps torn and some staining (3 covers)


    Lot 485
    Estimate: $400

    1860-1900s (mostly later period) accumulation with many Numeral and datestamp cancellations (noted 1906 English Mail T.P.O.), Taxed and Registered's, 1914 Commonwealth Military Forces with Paid cancel and handstruck 'Not known' marking, etc, condition varied at times (100+ items), also 1864-1901 extracts from Victoria Govt Gazette with philatelic interest and notes by pioneer philatelist Rev J.C.W. Brown


    Lot 486
    Estimate: $250

    1860 (10th Apr) 'REGISTERED LETTER' receipt for a letter addressed from U.K. to 'Geelong Road/Footscray/Victoria' with Old Cavendish Street incoming and outgoing datestamp. A rare survivor - the only example to Victoria we have recorded


    Lot 487
    Estimate: $800 Realised Price : $650

    1861 (Nov) stampless entire with framed cachet in black 'Saved from the wreck o(f)/the Colombo.', returned where 'LC/MA 22/1862' within black oval and 'ADVERTISED/AND/UNCLAIMED' have been applied


    Lot 488
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $800

    1865 (25th May) envelope Keilor to Edinburgh, with 2d & 4d Laureates cancelled mss. "56", overstruck "1" in blue at Melbourne, reverse endorsed mss. "Keilor/25/5/65/Vic". The original '56' obliterator is rated RRRRR in Freeman's and White's "Numeral Cancellations"; this significant new find suggests an accident(?) resulted in the early loss of both numeral and datestamp. Few minor faults do not detract


    Lot 489
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    1909 (8th Oct) registered envelope (318x130mm) to Tasmania bearing 3d Yellow and 2/- Blue/Pink tied by 'R' within black circle, datestamp alongside, Ulverstone arrival backstamp, folded for display purposes. Attractive example of 6oz rate + 3d registration


    Lot 490
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $200

    Picture Postcards: Early 1900s selection of unused and used with Country scenes predominating, includes real photo types, generally fine (76), also c.1930s real photo smaller format cards of Dandenongs (12) and Omeo (8) together with original 'covers'


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