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    Lot 850
    Estimate: $500

    1850 Half-Length Fifth state of dies 2d Cinnamon, SG 15c, margins large on two sides, trace of corner thin, unused


    Lot 851
    Estimate: $80 Realised Price : $65

    1854-55 6d 'TOO LATE', SG 33, margins four sides - large on two, trace of ironed-out crease


    Lot 852
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $105

    1860-66 Numeral Wmk 4d Dull Rose-pink, SG 95, part original browned gum


    Lot 853
    Estimate: $4,000

    1871 9d on 10d pair (SG 171) tied by Melbourne duplex of 22 Apr 1871 (day of issue) to double Brindisi rate cover to London. The issue date is confirmed in the printer's manufacture book (see Kellow's 'Stamps of Victoria' at p.183). Unique for this issue and one of the very few FDC's recorded for the Australian Colonies


    Lot 854
    Estimate: $750T Realised Price : $575

    1882-84 Wmk V over Crown, 2d Chocolate Perforattion 12, SG 210ab. [Kellow states 'about 20 examples recorded']. 1997 RPSV Certificate. Provenance: Ex Perry


    Lot 855
    Estimate: $400

    1884 Stamp Statute 5 black and yellow-green (5) and 5/- blue/yellow and 1 mauve/yellow tied by Registrar Generals Office oval datestamp of 18 AUG 1881 to fragment of document, faults although rare


    Lot 856
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $270

    1884-99 'STAMP DUTY' 4/- orange, 5/- claret/yellow light and deep shades (3)


    Lot 857
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1884-1900 25 Bright Blue-Green, SG 283c, unused/part o.g. example, possibly cleaned


    Lot 858
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1886-96 Perf 11, 5 Pale Blue and Maroon, tiny pinhole otherwise fine unmounted mint


    Lot 859
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $340

    1897 1d apple-green (SG 333) cover-front bearing pair tied by Melbourne datestamp of 9 Oct 1897 addressed 'J.A. Springhall/Genl Post Office/Melbourne' a contemporary of W.R. Rundell (see under Australia for series of 1901 'Rundell' FDC's), believed to be day of issue rather than 7 Oct 1897 date given by SG


    Lot 860
    Estimate: $125

    1897 Charity set, minor bends on 1d, otherwise fresh unmounted


    Lot 861
    Estimate: $300T

    1899-1901 Wmk V over Crown 6d Dull Ultramarine, SG 365, marginal block of eight with Inverted Watermark, lower units unmounted. Scarce multiple


    Lot 862
    Estimate: $2,000T

    1901-10 1d Pale Rose-red Die 2, Wmk Sideways, SG 385ca, 'JBC' Monogram strip of three, one unit tiny black surface mark. [Possibly only two Monograms known]


    Lot 863
    Estimate: $125T

    1905-13 1d Rose-red Die III, SG 417, 'JBC' Monogram pair, slight bend


    Lot 864
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    1905-13 1d Rose-red Die III, vertical strip of three, with margin attached on two units showing 'Double perfs' at right, part o.g./full o.g.


    Lot 865
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $190

    1905-13 1d Rose-red Die III, vertical marginal strip of four, showing 'Double perfs' and Post Office repair at left, right units showing small and large double perfs, minor bend


    Lot 866
    Estimate: $80

    1905-13 1d Rose-Carmine on Thin, ready gummed paper, SG 417c, 'CA' Monogram, faint bend, otherwise very fresh


    Lot 867
    Estimate: $150

    1910-11 Rotary comb P11x12, SG 454-55, range comprising mint 1d shades (43, incl block of twelve and 'CA' Monogram strip with small faults), used (58), 2d used (5), mostly fine, some unmounted, (106)


    Lot 868
    Estimate: $50T

    1912 'ONE PENNY' on 2d Lilac, SG 456, range on leaves mint (68, one with double perfs), used (12), mostly in blocks, few minor varieties, mostly fine (80). Retail AU$160+


    Lot 869
    Estimate: $600

    Postage Dues: 1890-1909 simplified sets of both colours to 5/-, some inverted watermarks, mostly fine


    Lot 870
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $340

    Local: c1870 Murray Steam Navigation 1d red, lightly cancelled and unsually without faults


    Lot 871
    Estimate: $250T

    Postal Stationery: 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 872
    Estimate: $600

    Frank Stamps: 1868-75 selection of OHMS printed covers in varying dimemsions for Education Department with handstamps 'CHIEF SECRETARY', 'MINISTRY OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION', 'POSTMASTER GENERAL', 'COMM OF CROWN LANDS & SURVEY ' (unused), few returned letter, registered, unclaimed, etc, some with corner punch-holes. Scarce and desirable lot (12)


    Lot 873
    Estimate: $400T

    1849 (26th Jun) entire letter headed 'Marmalaid Creek' to Melbourne with fair strikes of framed 'PAID AT/BUNNENYONG' in red, rated '8' for carriage of 51-80 miles, backstamps of 'BUNNEYONG' and 'MELBOURNE/PORT PHILLIP'. Ex Purves


    Lot 874
    Estimate: $450T Realised Price : $340

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


    Lot 875
    Estimate: $175T

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


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