'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)
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
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
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'
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.
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