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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, POSTAL HISTORY, GENERAL

    Lot 480
    SOLD
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    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $625

    Accumulation of King George V Sideface issues on cover, Single Wmk to C of A Wmk, scarcer stamps include 4d Violet and 4d Blue (3) single frankings, 1/4d on airmail covers (2), 'OS' overprints with 1d (2) and 2d (2), several private perfins on cover, and a wide variety of postcard and letter rates are represented to a variety of destinations, together with a number of parcel labels. Condition well above average and a good basis for expansion (80 covers)

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    Lot 481
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    Estimate: $120 Purchase Price : $105

    1898 (Mar) 'POSTMASTER-GENERAL/FRANK STAMP' on OHMS envelope with printed 'FEDERAL CONVENTION./PARLIAMENT HOUSE, MELBOURNE.' at lower left, addressed to Hobart and cancelled in transit by the 'LAUNCESTON' vertical oval obliterator. Sent by Henry Dobson, former Tasmanian Premier and Tasmanian delegate to the Convention. Back flap largely missing, otherwise fine and an interesting precursor for a Commonwealth collection

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    Lot 482
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    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $230

    1901 (25 Nov) 'GOVERNOR-GENERAl/AUSTRALIA' Frank Stamp in blue on mourning envelope (Governor-General crest on back flap), cancelled Melbourne double circle datestamp and with oval 'VICTORIA/Crown/OFFICIAL PAID', addressed to Great Chesterford, Essex (arrival backstamp). Tears in back flap, otherwise fine. Also a small piece with a superb strike of the Frank Stamp cancelled Sydney datestamp, JA 22 01 (2)

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    Lot 483
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    Estimate: $90 Purchase Price : $82

    1913-14 covers (8) and postcards (2) franked with 1d Kangaroo, toning on some, the covers all from the same correspondence to Amaroo (NSW)

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    Lot 484
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    Estimate: $80 Purchase Price : $70

    1913 (Mar) cover to San Francisco franked 2d Kangaroo First Wmk tied by double boxed 'PACKET BOAT' and by Wellington (NZ) cds, 27 MR 13, several pin holes at left otherwise a fine paquebot usage on the NZ Marine PO

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    Lot 485
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    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $105

    1914 (6 Jul) registered parcel label to Sydney with First Wmk 1d and 9d Kangaroos tied by Taralga datestamps, the 9d (BW cat AU$1000 on cover) unfortunately damaged at top left, and the label with a couple of small faults, but scarce

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    Lot 486
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    Estimate: $80 Realised Price : $85

    1919 (31 Dec) OHMS cover from The Australian Museum, Sydney, to Missoula, U.S.A. franked 3d Kangaroo Die I Third Wmk punctured 'OS/NSW' cancelled Sydney machine. Diagonal bend, otherwise fine

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    Lot 487
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    Estimate: $450 Purchase Price : $397

    1932 Los Angeles Olympics - two letters from Mary Chambers (the female chaperone for the Australian team) on official stationery, addressed to Miss H. Hart at Neutral Bay NSW, the first mailed en route to Los Angeles at Pago Pago, Samoa and dated 10 June 1932, with accompanying envelope with U.S. 5c cancelled PAGO PAGO cds JUNE 13 1932; the second dated 20 July 1932 with accompanying envelope from Chapman Park Hotel with US 5c cancelled Los Angeles machine cancel, JUL 26 1932 (1932 Olympic Games perforated label affixed to reverse). Also a third official stationery envelope without accompanying letter with U.S. 1c, 2c (3) and 3c cancelled Los Angeles cds, JUL 2 (1932). Also menu for the Olympic Welcome Home Ball, 15th September 1932. Envelopes with a few creases and/or flap tears, however very scarce mail from an early Australian Olympic Team member

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    Lot 488
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    Estimate: $75 Purchase Price : $70

    1937 (12 May) Coronation Day 'Mitchell' cover with 1d and 2d cancelled at Perth, unaddressed and with unsealed flap. Rare

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