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    Lot 828
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $110

    1946-79 variety selection comprising 1946 Peace 3d SG 671a, corner block of 8 (toned), 1973-76 No Wmk 4c Moth block of 4 'Veins omitted', 1978 Centenaries 12c corner block of 6 'Flaw on E', Sea Resources 35c block of 4 'Blue misplaced', strip of 4 'Pink weakly printed', 1979 10c Architecture 'dark blue slightly misplaced', mostly fine unmounted


    Lot 829
    Estimate: $50

    1970-76 Defins 3rd printing 50c National Park, error 'Pale Green (headland at right) omitted'


    Lot 830
    Estimate: $125T Realised Price : $130

    1970 wmkd Definitive 8c John Dory corner value '$16' block of six, variety 'Ochre shifted to right'. Striking


    Lot 831
    Estimate: $800T Realised Price : $625

    Official: 1905 (10 Jan) illustrated cover for Government Tourist Dept used from Wellington to Northern Tasmania Tourists' Assn endorsed 'O.P.S.O.' and showing fine Official Frank signature handstamp, backstamped Hobart and Launceston. Very attractive and early Tourism item


    Lot 832
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $800

    1859 (27 Dec) cover Auckland to England bearing 1857-63 6d Pale Brown (3 margins, tiny abrasion top left corner), Leeds datestamp 12 Mar 1860 applied on arrival, where re-addressed to Harrogate and large '1d' struck in black. Fine


    Lot 833
    Estimate: $125 Realised Price : $105

    1870 (11 Feb) cover to England bearing perf 6d Chalon tied BN '070' Wellington duplex, Plymouth backstamps, minor soiling


    Lot 834
    Estimate: $150

    1938 (22 Nov) stampless inwards 'crash cover' England to Dunedin with cachet in violet 'RECEIVED IN DAMAGED CONDITION/EX FLYING BOAT CALPURN(IA)'


    Lot 835
    Estimate: $200T

    1949 (16 May) airmail cover (creases) to England bearing KGV 1/- and 6d tied by 'RAOUL ISLAND/KERMEDEC ISLANDS' cds, endorsed by postmaster at left. Unusual


    Lot 836
    Estimate: $150T

    Cook Islands: 1893 Queen Makea 2d Die Proof of finished design on wove paper in Black


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