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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, POSTAL STATIONERY, GENERAL

    Lot 683
    Estimate: $150

    Range including few KGV Postal Cards unused, 1d Black-brown Lettercard uprated with d used to London, Aerogrammes KGVI 7d opt 'SPECIMEN' in red, OHMS rubber-stamped 'SPECIMEN' in violet, few used Envelopes, etc (11 items)

     

    Lot 684
    Estimate: $400

    Postal Card: 1922 KGV 2d Scarlet, colour diffused, CTO '23JY23'
    (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

    Lot 685
    Estimate: $500

    Postal Card: 1923 KGV 1d Violet/buff, CTO '2NO23'
    (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

    Lot 686
    Estimate: $300

    Envelope: 1923 KGV octagonal 'THREE/HALFPENCE' on 2d Scarlet, CTO 19DE23, impression of another item evident (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

    Lot 687
    Estimate: $300

    Envelope: 1924 KGV octagonal 1d Scarlet, CTO 11MY24, impression of another item evident (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

    Lot 688
    Estimate: $500

    Registered Envelope: 1923 KGV 'FOURPENCE/HALFPENNY' on 5d Brown, CTO 19DE23 (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

    Lot 689
    Estimate: $500

    Registered Envelope: 1924 KGV 4d Violet, sawtooth edges, 'envlepe' for envelope, CTO 11MY24 (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

    Lot 690
    Estimate: $300

    Wrapper: 1923 KGV 1d Green Die I, CTO 14MY24, impression of another item evident (Lots 684-690 are originally CTO in Melbourne and additionally handstamped 'SPECIMEN' in black. These are all believed to be items held in London after being returned from Bechuanaland, the Specimen type being very similar to Samuel #BEC2)

     

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