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    Online General Sale No. 65

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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, POSTAL STATIONERY, ENVELOPES

    Lot 480
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    Estimate: $100Starting Price: $75

    1930 'TWO/PENCE' on 1d 'Star' Envelope uprated with 3d KGV for airmail surcharge used 1930 (2 Dec) from Perth to Carnarvon, trifle stained lower right, scarce and unusual usage. BW EP34(1), cat AU$200

     

    Lot 481
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    Estimate: $220Starting Price: $170

    1916-1918 d Green 'Star' Embossed stamped-to-order envelopes on stock similar to that used for the Post Office envelopes prepared for U.P.U. distribution, but without any user identification and almost certainly for the Evangelical Lutheran Synod in Victoria, comprising superb unused in yellow-green shade, and three uprated examples in dull green shade, with 1d and 2d rates to Rev Graebner in Unley (SA) (one taxed but with postage due removed), and a 1d rate to Rev Darsow in Toowoomba, Qld. Very fine and a scarce group BW ES25, cat AU$800 (4)

      

    Lot 482
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    Estimate: $350Starting Price: $270

    Stamped-to-Order Envelopes: 1930 1d Green + 1d Green George V Oval Embossing stamped-to-order on Texas Company window envelope, used at Melbourne 1 October 1930 (the earliest known date). The envelope has been somewhat roughly opened, but scarce. BW ES66, cat AU$1000

     

    Lot 483
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    Estimate: $1,100Starting Price: $850

    Stamped-to-order Envelopes: 1938 1d Green George V + 1d Green George VI Oval Embossing uprated with 1d Green Queen Elizabeth Die 1 for the 3d foreign rate, used from Hobart to Los Angeles, 2 May 1939. A single order of 1,000 was printed of this doubleton, of which it is thought about six examples survive. Torn flap extending to a small tear into the face of the envelope, couple of small marks but otherwise good. BW ES68, cat AU$4000

     

    Lot 484
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    Estimate: $180Starting Price: $135

    Group of large (approx 228 x 102mm) Education Department envelopes, comprising 1d Brown Sideface with 'OS' in electro (2, Type 1 electro used from Charlton to Melbourne 11 MR 26, and Type 2 electro used Barongarook to Melbourne 20 MAR 24), 1d Red 'Star' Embossed with 'OS' in die used Rutherglen to Melbourne 14 AU 24, and 'THREE/HALFPENCE' on 2d Red 'Star' with 'OS' in die used Cape Clear to Melbourne 29 SE 24. Condition fine, and a scarce group. BW EO7A,EO7B,EO14,EO15, cat AU$650 (4)

      

    Lot 485
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    Estimate: $150Starting Price: $115

    1920 2d Orange KGV Sideface with 'OS' in electro stamped-to-order window envelope for Commonwealth Treasury, Melbourne, used 19 SEP 1921. Small portion of back flap missing, otherwise fine. BW EO9, cat AU$500

     

    Lot 486
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    Estimate: $75Starting Price: $60

    1923 'THREE/HALFPENCE' on 2d Red 'Star' Embossed with 'OS' in die, large (228 x 102mm) Education Department envelope used from Thornbury to Melbourne, 21 AU 24, fine. BW EO14, cat AU$250

     

    Lot 487
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    Estimate: $300Starting Price: $230

    Military Envelopes: 1916-1919 group of 1d Military Envelopes, comprising 'AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE' 1st setting (ME1) mint (somewhat grubby); 'A.I.F., ABROAD' 1st setting used from Campbelltown (Tas) with pencil endorsement indicating the addressee was a prisoner-of-war (minor peripheral damage, and stamp impression damaged at top left), 2nd setting mint (3, one addressed but not posted); 'AUSTRALIAN IMPERIAL FORCE, ABROAD' 1st setting mint. BW cat AU$1900 (6)

      

    Lot 488
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    Estimate: $150Starting Price: $115

    Defence Forces Vietnam 5c Deep Blue envelope unused (2) and 1967-68 philatelic use (4, one registered), latter including two with typewritten 'Last Mail Out of AUST FPO 2', also 1973 late registered use at ANZUK FPO 5. Unusual lot (7)

       

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