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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, MILITARY MAIL

    Lot 521
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $120

    1918 (28 May) use of Y.M.C.A. Letter Card to Melbourne (small damage at rear) headed 'Somewhere at Sea', fine 'A.I.F./Passed by Censor No.' ('71') handstamp, cancelled on arrival 'A.I. FORCES/POSTAGE FREE'

     

    Lot 522
    Estimate: $150

    1918 (16 Dec) unstamped 'O.A.S.' cover Fremantle to '4th Field Ambulance/4th Brigade/ A.L.H.', with '4TH L.H.BDE./18 FE 19/FIELD P.O.' arrival. Rare inwards mail to Light Horse Brigade whilst at Tripoli

     

    Lot 523
    Estimate: $150T

    1940s-45 selection of covers to the one addressee in W.A., all but one with ink illustration, some roughly opened, one stampless and another with missing adhesive (17)

     

    Lot 524
    Estimate: $250

    1942 (Feb-Apr) covers to L/Cpl W J Chung sent airmail from Melbourne at concessional 9d and scarce 5d concessional airmail rates, showing fine strikes of 'ARMY POSTAL SERVICE/DELIVERY IMPRACTICABLE/RETURN TO SENDER' handstamp [Chung was a member of Gull Force on Ambon Island and subsequently died a P.O.W.]

     

    Lot 525
    Estimate: $300

    1944 (2 Mar) use of 'AIR MAIL/LETTER CARD' with 'POSTAGE/1d/PAID' in red [ASC.X1.11] to Victoria, with datestamp of 'AUST UNIT POSTAL STN./351' in use by 2/11th Field Regiment while in Western Australia, minor staining. Scarce usage in other than N.T. or Papua

     

    Lot 526
    Estimate: $250

    New South Wales: Selection of Field POs with numbers/allocations (per Proud), details lightly pencilled on reverse, rare types include F.P.O. 024, 031, 153, 411, and various rubber datestamps (4), no duplication, some variable condition, generally good strikes of cancellations (30)

     

    Lot 527
    Estimate: $800

    Queensland: Collection of Military POs with numbers/allocations (per Proud), details lightly pencilled on reverse, several noted as 'not seen' by Proud, the desirable rubber datestamp types (25) include at least one unrecorded, stated to contain no duplication, condition generally good as is the quality of strikes (130). Excellent lot

     

    Lot 528
    Estimate: $300

    Queensland: Selection of Field POs with numbers/allocations (per Proud), details lightly pencilled on reverse, various from F.P.O. 12 through to U.P.S. ELC 14 without duplication, some variable condition, generally good strikes (65)

     

    Lot 529
    Estimate: $300

    Queensland: Registered selection of Field POs with differing numbers (per Proud), details lightly pencilled on reverse, some variable condition, generally good strikes (20)

     

    Lot 530
    Estimate: $125

    Victoria: Selection of Field POs with differing numbers/allocations (per Proud), details lightly pencilled on reverse, includes rubber U.P.S. S33 (good strike), some variable condition, generally good strikes (15)

     

    Lot 531
    Estimate: $400

    Western Australia: Selection of Field POs with differing numbers/allocations (per Proud), details lightly pencilled on reverse, includes the difficult rubber datestamps (7 types), some variable quality in covers, generally good strikes (37). Useful lot

     

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