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    Australasia 2009





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    REST OF WORLD, GREAT BRITAIN

    Lot 294
    Estimate: $60

    Christies-Robson Lowe hardbound catalogue of the 'Daisy Grand Prix Collection of 1840-41 Line-Engraved Issues' held 8.10.1996, no prices realised

     

    Lot 295
    Estimate: $175 Realised Price : $135

    1840 (3 Oct) 1d Intense Black on entire letter London to Manchester, large margins except where touched at upper left, tied by red Maltese Cross cancel

     

    Lot 296
    Estimate: $150

    1840 (14 Nov) 1d Black on entire letter from The British and Australasian Bank, London, to Manchester (same addressee as preceding lot), close to large margins except at left top where barely shaved, cancelled by red Maltese Cross cancel

     

    Lot 297
    Estimate: $400T Realised Price : $300

    1929 P.U.C. £1 Black, SG 438, framed 'LONDON' parcel cancel, minor blemishes

     

    Lot 298
    Estimate: $350

    1969 British Ships 5d QE2, variety 'Grey (decks, etc) omitted', SG 778b, unmounted

     

    Lot 299
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $200

    1969 British Ships 5d QE2, variety 'Red (inscription) omitted', SG 778c, unmounted

     

    Lot 300
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $280

    1992-97 QEII Castles £1 single, pair, gutter pair and gutter block of six; £1.50, £2 and £5 singles, pairs (2), gutter pairs, gutter blocks of six and Harrison/value corner blocks of six; £3 pair. Fine and fresh unmounted. Total FV £229.50

     

    Lot 301
    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $190

    Postal History: 1890 (2 Jul) 'The Rowland Hill' Jubilee of 1d postage envelope cancelled with commemorative South Kensington datestamp, plus card insert; 'The Harry Furness 'He did not give us 1d postage' cartoon envelope and card, plus the Elliott Publishers privately printed very similar designs envelope and postcard used (6 items). Scarce group

     

    Lot 302
    Estimate: $200

    Postal History: 1943 (8 Sep) stampless cover from Machynlleth, addressed 'Captain The/Lord Rathcradan (army)/Prisoner of War Lo 664/Oflag IX/Germany' with censor tape at left and green/ cream label 'RETURNED TO SENDER/BY THE CENSOR/FOR REASON EXPLAINED IN/MEMORANDUM ENCLOSED/IN THIS COVER', the enclosure inside, cover returned for the following content 'My great amusement every evening is/listening to William Joyce's (sic. Lord Haw Haw) broadcast in English from Germany. I wonder if you are allowed/to listen. I wouldn’t miss it...'. Interesting (3 items)

     

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