|Estimate: $250 ||Realised Price : $190|
1899-1976 range of covers and stationery including few States postal cards used, modern QE stationery unused, few overseas covers to Australia including from New Guinea (2) 1941 registered, some commercial mail including 1917 to USA bearing 3rd Wmk 2d Roo + ½d green KGV, KGVI period - few advertising etc, mixed condition but well worth inspection. (92 items)
1920s-1930s commercial covers selection with many scarcer and more interesting frankings present, Kingsford Smith 6d (2), 6d Airmail, 6d Large Kookaburra (2), Macarthur 2d Dark Hills (2) and 3d (2), other 3d blue commems, includes registereds, airmail rates, etc, generally good, average commercial quality (56)
P.M.G.s Dept and Australia Post mail 1930s to recent (in case of latter) covers accumulation, includes used printed stationery amongst which many cdss are noted (1000+). Useful lot for specialist
1923-67 diverse cover range including 1923 KGV 1½d green, 1931 Art & Antique Exhibition on cover used at Hobart, 1937-67 regd covers including KGV 3d + 1d (2) used Albany to Perth, 1967 25c Robin, etc, various first flight covers including 1952 Australia - Sth Africa, etc (4), 1953 Coronation flights to London (14, twelve different) including Cocos, London - Pakistan Air Letters (2), mixed condition, (38).
1932 and 1948 covers used locally at Sydney bearing NSW 2d orange Stamp Duty, the latter correctly charged deficient postage with 4d and 1d Postage Dues affixed and tied by cds.
1930s-45 pieces or PARCEL POST fragments with 3d Sturt (6), 2/- Jubilee (2), piece with 1/6d (2) + 3½d (3) + Robes 5/- and 10/-, etc, (5 pieces).
1939 (8th Mar) registered cover bearing KGV 5d tied by WESLEY CHURCH datestamp, another alongside, with Nº19 provisional registration label.
|Estimate: $125 ||Realised Price : $140|
Carton of registered covers, appears 1940s-80s with many larger (100s)
Return to Sender covers Australia-wide, appear mostly of past 30 years, some earlier noted (approx 1000). Good specialists field
1918 (11th Oct) use to Tasmania of G.B. 2d Registered Envelope cancelled by FIELD POST OFFICE/87 datestamp bearing black on pink Australian Imperial Force. Registration label, one of the scarcest of Australia
Registered mail of most States (including Tasmania) 1930s-1980s on covers (100+ - some Stationery), fronts, pieces, many scarcer noted, also tin of apparently only N.S.W. labels on piece (100s). Pickings
1940s-60s (mostly) registered (60+) and certified (9) mail to a Sydney Solicitor, generally higher rates on legal-sized envelopes, also various registered pieces (one of 1948 with RELIEF/Nº3 and Wodonga rectangular datestamp on reverse)
Broken Hill: 1940s-60s registered group (15) from Broken Hill (5), North (2), Railway Town (3), South (3), West and Wyman St showing differing C6 registration labels, various datestamp types
New South Wales registered covers collection Aberdeen to Zetland, 1,137 P.O.s represented, many scarce towns, cancellations, provisional labels, etc (over 1200 covers). Incorporates Jim Tyler collection and would take many years to achieve better
1917 (29th Oct) use of 4d Registered Envelope to UK with mss. Quandilla on orange 1st type label, Bimbi cds
1927 (22nd May) envelope bearing Canberra 1½d (3) tied by Shaw cds, N.S.W. unnamed red label
Queensland selection of approximately 300 different cancellations on 1930s/90s covers, strength in 1960s
Tasmania Paid CDSs: Range from 1920s (though mostly 1960s onwards), slight duplication, varied condition (approx 250 + 100 on piece)
Victoria: Registered covers/stationery 1930s onwards, Albert Park to Yarrawonga, with labels from C6 group, unduplicated, few provisionals, includes 2/5d Registered Envelope with 11 lines on reverse (2, ASC R41a - Cat $100), mixed condition (approx 165 covers/fronts + 14 pieces)
|Estimate: $50 ||Realised Price : $65|
Victoria: M.O.OFFICE/ELIZABETH ST. MELB (RRRR) CTO strikes of 10.10.1929 on 1½d Swan blocks of four (2)