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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, POSTAL HISTORY, OVERSEAS SURFACE MAIL

    Lot 521
    Estimate: $150T

    Germany: 1916 (13th Nov) cover to Mainz bearing Third Wmk 2d Grey + KGV Single Wmk d Green used from Killara, endorsed 'French prisoner of War.', framed 'PASSED BY/CENSOR S.D./...' in violet, minor ageing

     

    Lot 522
    Estimate: $750

    Kermadec Islands: 1936 roughly opened cover to Sydney via New Zealand with Auckland 24.10.36 cds, endorsed at top 'SUNDAY ISLAND MAIL/No Stamps Available/Per Aux Ketch "YVONNE"'. Rare

     

    Lot 523
    Estimate: $400

    New Caledonia: 1936 and 1937 covers to Nagambie (Victoria) bearing 50c, both cancelled at Noumea, one showing 'T' within triangle, the other same plus 'T3D' within oval, 1d and 2d dues affixed and cancelled on arrival

     

    Lot 524
    Estimate: $300

    Penrhyn Island: 1914 cover to Sydney bearing Bird 6d SG 15 tied by double-circled cds, minor toning, arrival machine-backstamp

     

    Lot 525
    Estimate: $200

    Singapore: 1938 (1st Dec) underpaid cover to Melbourne bearing KGV 4c pair, 'T' within circle mss. '34ct' and 'T3D' within oval, d and 3d postage dues affixed and pen-cancelled on arrival

     

    Lot 526
    Estimate: $250T

    Switzerland: 1923 (18th Aug) cover Melbourne to Wohlen bearing Third Wmk 3d Olive Die IIb - short corner perf + KGV 1d Violet, arrival backstamp. Attractive combination paying double rate

     

    Lot 527
    Estimate: $600T

    United States of America: 1914 (15th Sep) cover to USA bearing Kangaroo 6d Blue + 1d Red (damaged) + d Green tied by two strikes of 'LOOSE LETTER/WELLINGTON /NZ'. Attractive make-up for triple rate cover

     

    Lot 528
    Estimate: $150T

    United States of America: 1914 (7th Dec) cover Charters Towers to San Francisco bearing First Wmk d Green+ KGV 1d Red (2), endorsed 'Censored' and reverse with straight-line 'PASSED BY CENSOR ' cachet in violet

     

    Lot 529
    Estimate: $400T

    United States of America: 1916 (7th Mar) Late Fee cover, roughly opened, Melbourne (Spencer St) to New York bearing Third Wmk 3d Olive Die II + KGV 4d Orange and d Green. Attractive tri-colour combination paying double rate + 2d Late Fee

     

    Lot 530
    Estimate: $100T

    United States of America: 1919 (13th Jan) cover Sydney to USA bearing Third Wmk 3d Olive Die I, paying oz foreign rate + d War Tax

     

    Lot 531
    Estimate: $500

    United States of America: 1922 (11th Jan) folded-over cover to USA bearing KGV 2d Orange + Kangaroo 3d Die I pair tied by Sydney cds, endorsed at top 'Rubber floor covering Sample/of no commercial value', inadvertently sent at the 3oz letter rate, minor blemishes. Attractive bicolour usage

     

    Lot 532
    Estimate: $200T

    Maritime: 1935 (10th Apr) cover to England bearing 1d Canberra tied by rhombus obliterator with Ceuta (Spanish Morocco) datestamp alongside, double-oval cachet on reverse in violet 'S.S. "ATLANTIS"/ POSTED ON THE HIGH SEAS'. Scarce

     

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