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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, MILITARY, WORLD WAR I

    Lot 442
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $90

    'MILITARY CAMP 1' datestamp on 3d Kangaroo, 1916 cover used to Devonport West bearing KGV 1d red and 1d KGV Lettercard used to Huon (3 items)

     

    Lot 443
    Estimate: $150T

    c.1916 Liverpool Camp usage of POW Free printed envelope printed in black, (ASC X3.5 - Emery PSPE.3) to U.S.A. with Col. Holman censor cachet in violet at left (CA.231), 'PASSED BY/CENSOR,S.D.' (CM.43), slight soiling and opened out

     

    Lot 444
    Estimate: $80T

    1916 (27 Jun) cover to Sydney with circled 'PRISONER OF WAR LETTER/FREE' in violet (Emery type CA.222) and two strikes of Berrima datestamp, some faults

     

    Lot 445
    Estimate: $200

    1916 (5 Oct) use of rare Australian Imperial Force Parcel Post gummed label (little creased) bearing G.B. 4d and 1/- tied by 'FIELD POST OFFICE/+/T.X' datestamp, in use by Australian Forces at Salisbury Plain, Hampshire. Proud - 'Not seen'

     

    Lot 446
    Estimate: $750T Realised Price : $725

    1916 (20 Nov) use of 'SERVICE DES PRISONNIERS DE GUERRE' (underlined - Emery type PSPE.4 subtype), circled 'PRISONER OF WAR LETTER/FREE' used to U.S.A., from 'G.A. Mayer/Capt./Berrima' endorsed on flap (one of two active duty German officers in German New Guinea) 'R.S. Sands/Liverpool' signature cachet (Emery type CA.228) and straight-lined 'Moved C.E.S. No.49' scored over in pencil, includes original contents with printed letter-head with pen stroke through 'LIVERPOOL' and endorsed 'Berrima'. Contents of letter portraying the life of a P.O.W.

     

    Lot 447
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1919 (11 Feb) use of G.B. Military 2d Registered Letter by member of 1st Signal Squadron, ANZAC Mounted Division, to Brighton (Vic), cancelled by 'FIELD POST OFFICE/X/SZ 15' used by Australian Forces at Abassia, Egypt, the registration label similarly cancelled prior to affixing, backstamped Melbourne, Brighton

     

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