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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, POSTAL HISTORY, GENERAL

    Lot 835
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $160

    Miscellaneous lot of KGV 1d green or 2d on covers, few state Govt perfins, stockbook containing TPOs KGVI to modern on pieces, small box of decimals with slogan postmarks, range of Geographical Society covers 1940s-50s, meter covers, etc, some advertising types, mixed condition, poor to fine (100s)

     

    Lot 836
    Estimate: $150

    KGV 5d on 4d + 2d on 1d + 1d Green and 3d Air on 1930 (9 Aug) registered airmail cover flown Sydney to Melbourne. Attractive use of 3d registration + 8d double airmail rate

     

    Lot 837
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $240

    Advertising: 1914-64 range of covers (one front), the earliest bearing 1d Kangaroo for insurance company, useful range of KGV values, various types including few with 'Paid at...' markings, mixed condition, fair/fine (32 items)

     

    Lot 838
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $440

    1914 (13 Apr) cover Melbourne to Hungary bearing Kangaroo d, and 1d cut-outs from a Postal Card and Lettercard, these not being valid for postage and uncancelled, 'T40C' within octagon and 20c postage due pair affixed and tied by Pozsony datestamp and backstamped. Very unusual

     

    Lot 839
    Estimate: $100

    1916 (29 Nov) cover Brisbane to USA bearing KGV 1d Red, handstamped 'Printed Matter.' with original enclosure in pristine condition 'W.H. Robinson' 10 pages price list of world stamps, incl mint Kangaroos and KGV at face value!!!, cover with minor blemishes

     

    Lot 840
    Estimate: $200

    1918 (19 Jun) cover Adelaide to U.S.A. bearing perfin 'RS/A'perfin Kangaroo 3d and KGV 1d pair, 'PASSED' handstamp, embossed monogram on reverse for Jno. Reid & Sons Ltd

     

    Lot 841
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $150

    1919 (9 Aug) use of Victoria OHMS Education Department 1d colourless 'OS' Envelope to Melbourne, uprated with KGV Single Wmk 1d Brown and LM Wmk d Green, tied by 'BOBINWARRAH' datestamps

     

    Lot 842
    Estimate: $300

    1922 (5 Jan) cover Melbourne to New Caledonia bearing very scarce franking of Kangaroo Third Wmk 1/-, 2d and 6d blue together with KGV 1d red, backstamped Noumea. Some ageing, still most attractive

     

    Lot 843
    Estimate: $200

    1928 (21 Dec) use of printed illustrated 'COMMONWEALTH RAILWAYS' envelope officially used at Melbourne bearing KGV 1d Red tied by 'POST XMAS/MAIL EARLY' machine-slogan postmark, minor blemishes

     

    Lot 844
    Estimate: $150

    1932-40 selection comprising 1932 underpaid covers to U.S.A. with 'T/16 2/3C' in black octagon, US due 2c pair affixed and cancelled, another to Sweden where Losen label and 10c due affixed, 1940 (Apr) surface mail cover Sydney to Belgium with red 'pointing finger' DLO Sydney datestamp 16.08.40, framed cachet below 'UNDELIVERABLE/RETURN TO SENDER', due to war in Europe, mixed condition (3)

     

    Lot 845
    Estimate: $150

    1936 (25 Nov) KGV 1d Green affixed to 'The Australian Sunday Visitor' newspaper used Sydney to France, minor soiling as expected. Seldom seen use of 1d newspaper rate

     

    Lot 846
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $80

    1938-39 coloured congratulatory Telegram envelopes (3, two backstamped in magenta 'WILLIAMSTOWN/4 NOV 1939/POST OFFICE W.16'), and form [TG42G] cancelled with double-oval 'POST OFFICE/COBURG. N.13/3 FEB 1938' (WWW.1040) ornaments pointing downwards - 10 weeks earlier than previously recorded (4 items)

     

    Lot 847
    Estimate: $200

    1938 (26 Jan) commemorative 'Australia Day' cover by Robert Haslem (an improvisation of his 1938 4d Koala FDC) registered at Nar Nar Goon (Vic), with inscription indicating 'Nar Nar Goon' means Koala or Native Bear. Rare

     

    Lot 848
    Estimate: $350

    1938 (1 Apr) OHMS envelope with all-over written advertising for 'Australia's 150th Anniversary Celebrations' bearing KGV 1d Green (CofA Wmk) used locally at Singleton. Attractive cover and the first example we have seen

     

    Lot 849
    Estimate: $150

    1945 (9 Aug) pair of covers bearing 1d and 2d used Sydney to New York with framed cachets in violet 'ORIGINALS/TO BE SENT BY 1st MAIL' and 'DUPLICATES/TO BE SENT BY 2nd MAIL'. Unusual duo

     

    Lot 850
    Estimate: $100

    1950 (9 Jun) registered cover Perth to Greece bearing scarce franking of 1/- Mitchell (3) + 6d Kookaburra - paying registration fee, backstamps of Perth, Sydney and Athens

     

    Lot 851
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    1964 (8 Aug) OHMS registered cover to Sydney bearing 6d and 2/- tied by 'G.P.O./147' datestamp, provisional registration 'H.M.A.S. HAWK' (No. 014) in blue

     

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