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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, POSTAL HISTORY

    Lot 504
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $120

    1912 (6 Sep) cover to USA from Sydney stamp dealer 'F.W. Reid', framed cachet in violet, bearing six different d Green from each Australian Colony tied by Sydney machine cancel

     

    Lot 505
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $240

    1915 (3 Aug) advertising cover used Sydney to USA bearing First Wmk 2d Indigo private perfin 'PLD' for Prescott Limited, type-written endorsement 'Per S.S. 'MAKURA'', slightly reduced. Attractive

     

    Lot 506
    Estimate: $200

    1916 (21 Sep) stampless OHMS cover (255x125mm) used Hobart to Kempton with cachet 'COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL PAPERS ONLY/POST FREE./S Irwin COMMONWEALTH ELECTORAL OFFICE, FOR TASMANIA' in violet, roughly handled, Very scarce

     

    Lot 507
    Estimate: $175

    1920 (Jan) and (May) registered OHMS covers Perth to Helena Vale and East Fremantle bearing KGV punctured 'OS' 4d Orange + d Green, with unframed cachets 'NOT KNOWN BY LETTER CARRIER' and 'UNCLAIMED', framed DLO cachets, etc. (2 covers)

     

    Lot 508
    Estimate: $125

    1921 (24 Feb) registered OHMS cover (230x98mm) printed for Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission bearing Kangaroo Third Wmk 3d and KGV 4d Orange both punctured 'OS/NSW' used Sydney to Leeton, re-addressed to Griffith, minor blemishes

     

    Lot 509
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $220

    1921 (1 Jul) OHMS Registered Envelope for Treasury bearing KGV 5d Single Wmk punctured 'T', used Hobart to Ulverstone, arrival backstamp, minor blemishes. Scarce

     

    Lot 510
    Estimate: $150T

    1930 (2 Jun) fine strike of 'G.D.B. ELIZABETH ST.MELB-1' cds (WWW #210 - RRRR) as backstamp on Brisbane-Melbourne Flight cover

     

    Lot 511
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $280

    1931 (14 Jul) registered cover to Philippines bearing scarce franking of KGV 5d on 4d pair tied by Caulfield South (Vic) and Santa Cruz arrival cds's, six various backstamps

     

    Lot 512
    Estimate: $150T Realised Price : $575

    1933 (3 Oct) advertising cover (little wrinkled) Switzerland to Sydney with fine strike of circular 'CUSTOMS DUTY/1d/TO PAY', 1d postage due affixed, tied by Delivery Room Sydney cds

     

    Lot 513
    Estimate: $75T

    1934 Victoria Centenary perf 10 set on individual covers cancelled at 6th Australian Philatelic Exhibition, the 1/- registered, odd blemish (3)

     

    Lot 514
    Estimate: $125T

    1966-68 selection of SD stamps used after introduction of Decimal Currency (8, one a registered metered impression) and SD stamps in combination with Decimal stamps (15, seven registered, one certified), commercial and philatelic usages, good range of franking combinations (23). Scarce material [SD stamps were valid until 13 February 1968]

     

    Lot 515
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $280

    Australian Imperial Expeditionary Force rare privately produced (by Lassetier Print) Letter Card, faults from rough opening, endorsed 'No stamps available' and with handdrawn greetings motif internally, handstamped 'Passed' applied upon arrival in Melbourne

     

    Lot 516
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $230

    1915 (26 Aug) OAS postcard from Gallipoli to Denmark cancelled by 3 SP 15 '1ST AUST. INF. BDE/FIELD P.O.' cds, with two different framed censor cachets in violet. Wonderful item from this WWI battlefield

     

    Lot 517
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $250

    1917 (16 Dec) OAS cover to 'Lieut W.P. Heslop' from his brother, cancelled with Field P.O. 'D.C.1.' cds of 1st Australian Infantry Division, at Messine Flanders. [Besides being a noted stamp collector and doctor, Heslop was an original R.A.A.F. member. In 1916, flying over Point Cook, Dr Heslop was dropping bricks onto targets due to shortage of practice bombs]

     

    Lot 518
    Estimate: $1,500 Realised Price : $1,200

    1940-45 P.O.W. Mail collection annotated on leaves from various Camps with stamped covers, stampless, lettersheets, one a 6d Air Mail card, including Hay (2), Orange, Liverpool (2), Cowra (2, both reg'd), Tatura (3), Murchison (3), Loveday group (3), Barmera (2), Myrtleford (2), Rushworth, Gaythorne, 1943 Red Cross cover to Italy, RTS cover with official covering letter addressed to Tokyo Camp, cover from Fukuoka Camp, 1945 Postal Card Malaya to Japan, 1945 combination reg'd cover to Australia, plus two inwards covers from Germany, interesting range of markings, mixed condition (29 items)

     

    Lot 519
    Estimate: $200T

    1940 (1 Oct) airmail cover Queensland to England bearing 5d pair + 4d + d pair + 3d AIF tied by cds's of Pinnacle, censor tape at left tied by diamond '1' handstamp, reverse with Mackay Patriotic Funds 1d 'HELP TO LICK HITLER' label, surface scuff. Unusual

     

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