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    Lot 610
    Estimate: $100

    1929 (29 Oct) cover flown Hay to Melbourne bearing 3d Air (2) + KGV 1½d (2), 'Blue Angel' vignettes affixed both sides, weak strike of framed 'FORWARDED/BY AIRMAIL' (latest recorded use from Hay) and straight-line 'PER AERIAL MAIL' both sides, minor creasing

    Lot 611
    Estimate: $400T

    1935 (30 Jul) registered airmail cover (approx 280 x 120mm - crease clear of adhesives) Campsie (N.S.W.) to England bearing 3d Jubilee, 6d Kookaburra pair and Kangaroo 5/- (C of A Wmk) for quadruple airmail rate plus 3d registration

    Lot 612
    Estimate: $250T Realised Price : $320

    1935 (9 Dec) commercial advertising envelope (little roughly opened) Adelaide to Kangaroo Is with typewritten 'Emergency Airmail/Adelaide to K.I./Commercial Aviation Co.'. AAMC 570. Far rarer than the AU$75 valuation suggests

    Lot 613
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $120

    1937 (9 Aug) cover flown Sydney to Port Said, addressed to an officer on the RMS 'Comorin' bearing KGVI 2d Red (7) underpaying the 1/7d ½oz rate by 5d, framed 'T(mss.100)/CENTIMES' in red and Postage Dues 30m and 10m affixed, cancelled on arrival at Port Said


    Lot 614
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1937 (Aug) 'Scipio' crash cover to England, one adhesive intact, with cachets in violet on both sides 'DAMAGED BY/SEA WATER' and additionally on front in large capitals 'DAMAGED BY SEA', reverse with Post Office label


    Lot 615
    Estimate: $500T

    1937 (8 Dec) airmail cover (approx 255 x 190mm - crease clear of adhesives) Sydney to England bearing Kangaroo 2/- pair and 5/- (C of A Wmk) for sextuple airmail rate, plus QE 1d for Late Fee (handstamped 'LATE FEE' at left)


    Lot 616
    Estimate: $150

    1939 (Jun) stampless 'crash cover' to U.K., cachet in red 'SALVAGED MAIL/EX CENTURIA'. Scarce


    Lot 617
    Estimate: $125

    1939 (June) ‘crash cover’ to London bearing KGV 5d tied by Adelaide machine cancel, cachet in red 'SALVAGED MAIL/EX CENTURIA', reverse with Post Office repair tape


    Lot 618
    Estimate: $600T

    1945-65 overseas airmail covers to destinations including Aden, Austria, Canada, Colombia, Cyprus, Fiji, France (one with Postage Due affixed), French India, Germany, Greece, Holland, India, Ireland, Malaya, Malta, New Caledonia, N.Z., PNG, Russia, Singapore, Solomons, South Africa, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K. and U.S., better frankings including Arms 5/- (2) and 10/- (faults) on parcel fragment to British Embassy, Moscow, 5/- Cattle, etc, deficient postage markings, registered, scarcer rates including Greetings cards and postcards, etc, some with faults, generally fair/fine (209)

    Lot 619
    Estimate: $450T

    1945 (2 Apr) Qantas souvenir covers with vignettes, flown Sydney to Lae and return, signed by pilots Deignan and Morton, AAMC 1002-03 (2 covers). Ex Ray Kelly


    Lot 620
    Estimate: $75

    1948 (14 Nov) Qantas vignette, blue and white on pale blue for Australia - South Africa service, AAMC 1193a, fresh unmounted


    Lot 621
    Estimate: $150

    1954 (10 Mar) registered 'crash cover' N.S.W. to Greece with 2/- and 9d adhesives, framed cachet in magenta 'SALVAGED MAIL/AIRCRAFT CRASH/SINGAPORE 13.3.1954'. Seldom seen registered


    Lot 622
    Estimate: $150

    'Qantas Aeriana 1920-1954' (1955) hardbound by E.A. Crome, minor staining

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