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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, WESTERN AUSTRALIA

    Lot 68
    Estimate: $1,500

    1854-55 4d Blue, SG 3a, marginal block of four from base, good to huge margins, minor blemishes on upper units

     

    Lot 69
    Estimate: $500

    1854-55 4d Deep Dull Blue, SG 3b, close to large margins, portions of adjoining units at right and base, slight blemishes, neatly cancelled '5' in blue

     

    Lot 70
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $380

    1854-55 1/- Grey-Brown, SG 4c, deep shade with four even margins, unused and fine

     

    Lot 71
    Estimate: $800 Realised Price : $900

    1857-59 Lithographed by Hillman 2d Brown-Black/Red, SG 15, unusually fine in that portion of adjoining units are present on three sides and clear margin on fourth, lightly cancelled. Rare in this exceptional quality

     

    Lot 72
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $1,600

    1857-59 Lithographed by Hillman 6d Black-Bronze, SG 17, superb stamp with exceptionally large margins, with portions of adjoining units evident at top and right, neatly cancelled '14'. The finest example we have seen. 2000 BPA Certificate

     

    Lot 73
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $1,000

    1860-64 Imperforate 2d Pale Orange, SG 24, marginal block of nine from top of sheet, odd wrinkle. Fine unused multiple

     

    Lot 74
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $380

    1860-64 Imperforate 4d Blue, SG 26, close to large margined pair, right unit with slight creasing. A rare and attractive multiple

     

    Lot 75
    Estimate: $600T Realised Price : $550

    1860-64 Imperforate 6d Sage-Green, SG 28, close to large margins, large part original gum

     

    Lot 76
    Estimate: $500T

    1876-81 Wmk Crown CC 1d Yellow-Ochre, SG 70, fresh block of four. Rare

     

    Lot 77
    Estimate: $1,000

    1882-85 Wmk Crown CA 1d Yellow-Ochre, Perf 12x14, SG 81, a very rare horizontal pair with May 1883 datestamp

     

    Lot 78
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $380

    1899 Wmk W over Crown 2d Bright Yellow, SG 113, overprinted 'ULTRAMAR' in blue, minor toning otherwise fine unmounted. [Issues from 1893-1903 were delivered to U.P.U. in mint condition]

     

    Lot 79
    Estimate: $600T

    1902-12 Wmk V over Crown 2d Yellow, variety 'Watermark upright', SG 130a, very lightly cancelled. Superb

     

    Lot 80
    Estimate: $1,500T

    1902-12 Wmk V over Crown 2/- Orange/Yellow, Perf 11, SG 134a, fine block of four, short corner perf. A rare multiple, one of the few known mint blocks of this scarce shade

     

    Lot 81
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $800

    Postal Fiscal: 1893 Wmk W Crown A 10/- Dull Purple, one perforation soiled, odd bend, otherwise an attractive example of this rarity

     

    Lot 82
    Estimate: $600T

    1850 (21 Aug) inwards entire to Guildford from London (backstamped) endorsed at top 'via Southampton' bearing 1/- Green pair tied by barred-diamond '44' cancel, carried aboard the "Teviot" and "Emeu". Attractive

     

    Lot 83
    Estimate: $1,500T Realised Price : $1,700

    1850 outer entire letter to London, endorsed 'Pr Acadia/Overland via Marseilles', mss. '6' and '8', weak strike of crowned octagonal 'GENERAL/POST OFFICE/PERTH' in black and fine strike 'SHIP LETTER/(crown)/WESTERN AUSTRALIA/PAID.' in red oval, arrival backstamp '17AP17/1850' in red

     

    Lot 84
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $950

    1850 (5 Oct) entire inwards letter from India, framed Calcutta datestamp on reverse, addressed to 'Surveyor General/Swan River Settlement', endorsed at top 'per "Lady Margaret" - via Adelaide' mss. '8', and at right 'Calcutta 5 October 1850. W Bubly/Recd. 25 Oct 1851 p "Unknown" via/S Australia - '. Provenance: Ex Juhl

     

    Lot 85
    Estimate: $1,750T Realised Price : $4,000

    1913 (25 Mar) use of 'ONE PENNY' on 2d Yellow Envelope (Juhl EN7) to U.S.A. uprated with Kangaroo d and 1d tied by Fremantle machine cancel, with Perry (Ohio) arrival backstamp. Rare and superb commercial use of this envelope

     

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