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    SYDNEY VIEWS, 2D PLATE II, EARLY IMPRESSIONS

    Lot 142
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $250

    Dark Blue pos. [5] good to large margins with complete frameline at top, cancelled ‘64’ of Maitland. SG 21, Cat. £325

     

    Lot 143
    Estimate: $300

    Dark Blue pos. [6] small to good margins all round, cancelled ‘84’ of Tenterfield

     

    Lot 144
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $230

    Dark Blue pos. [9] good to even margins all round cancelled by indistinct numeral

     

    Lot 145
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $230

    Dark Blue pos. [10, variety ‘pick and shovel omitted’] good even margins cancelled ‘64’ of Maitland

     

    Lot 146
    Estimate: $600 Realised Price : $460

    Dark Blue horizontal pair pos. [9-10] good to large margins all round cancelled indistinct numeral. SG 21, Cat. £650+

     

    Lot 147
    Estimate: $7,500 Realised Price : $5,500

    Dark Blue pos. [1, variety ‘fan as Plate III with shading outside’] used with 1d Plate 1 [5], both with good margins, the 2d showing framelines on three sides, used on 1850 (3 Jun) envelope from Sydney to London. Endorsed ‘p Oriental’ and with Ship Letter Sydney despatch d.s. in red, manuscript ‘8’ representing the incoming ship letter charge. A fine and exceptional cover, from the Burrus, Amundsen and ‘Espana’ collections. Signed ‘AD(iena) and with 2004 Behr Certificate

     

    Lot 148
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $575

    Dark Blue pos. [21], the true indigo shade, small to good margins tied by ‘67’ numeral on 1850 (17 Jun) entire (no side flaps) from Muswellbrook to West Maitland, reverse with despatch and arrival (JU 18 1850) datestamps. Vertical filing fold and small defect at middle base, otherwise fine. Unidentified guarantee handstamp at lower left. Ex G.H. Boucher

     

    Lot 149
    Estimate: $750

    Lilac-blue pos. [5] small to good margins with portion of frameline at base, cancelled indistinctly. SG 22, Cat. £1200

     

    Lot 150
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $1,150

    Lilac-blue pos. [7] good to large margins cancelled by superb ‘8’ of Hartley. A superb example of this scarce shade

     

    Lot 151
    Estimate: $1,200

    Lilac-blue pos. [10, variety ‘pick and shovel omitted’] good even margins all round, cancelled ‘2’ of Parramatta. A very scarce stamp in this condition with one of the prominent engraving varieties. 1958 BPA Certificate (which does not mention the variety)

     

    Lot 152
    Estimate: $5,000 Realised Price : $11,500

    Greyish-blue pos. [23] unused large margins top and bottom showing complete framelines. Fine and very rare. SG. 23, Cat. £6500. With 2001 Ceremuga Certificate

     

    Lot 153
    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $180

    Greyish-blue pos. [1, variety ‘fan as Plate III with shading outside’] small to good margins with light numeral cancel, stain at upper left and thinned at base. SG 23a, Cat. £475. 1944 RPSL Certificate

     

    Lot 154
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $320

    Greyish-blue pos. [1, variety ‘fan as Plate III with shading outside’] very large margins with complete framelines three sides, light indistinct numeral cancel. An exceptional stamp

     

    Lot 155
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $300

    Greyish-blue pos. [2, variety ‘fan as Plate II, inner circle intersects fan’] small to good margins all round and complete frameline at left, cancelled ‘64’ of Maitland

     

    Lot 156
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $270

    Greyish-blue ps. [2, variety ‘fan as Plate II, inner circle intersects fan’] close to good margins all round, indistinct numeral cancel

     

    Lot 157
    Estimate: $350

    Greyish-blue pos. [2, variety ‘fan as Plate II, inner circle intersects fan’] good even margins all round, indistinct numeral cancel

     

    Lot 158
    Estimate: $350

    Greyish-blue pos. [10, variety ‘pick and shovel omitted’] good even margins all round, indistinct numeral cancel

     

    Lot 159
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $420

    Greyish-blue pos. [4, variety ‘no whip’] large margins all round and showing framelines at left and bottom, cancelled ‘66’ of Singleton. Ex G.H. Boucher

     

    Lot 160
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $550

    Greyish-blue pos. [13, variety ‘CREVIT’ omitted] large margins showing complete or partial framelines all sides, cancelled fine ‘23’ of Wollongong

     

    Lot 161
    Estimate: $250

    Greyish-blue pos. [16] good even margins all round, indistinct numeral cancel. SG 23, Cat. £275

     

    Lot 162
    Estimate: $350

    Greyish-blue pos. [19] good even margins all round and showing frameline at left, indistinct numeral cancel

     

    Lot 163
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    Greyish-blue pos. [24] close to small margins showing only faint traces of cancellation

     

    Lot 164
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $440

    Greyish-blue pos. [2, variety ‘fan as Plate II, inner circle intersects fan’] close to large margins all round and showing framelines on three sides, tied by obliterator on 1850 (5 Aug) envelope from Sydney to Newington (despatch datestamp on reverse). Boxed ‘6/OCLOCK’ indicates the letter was received too late for mailing the same day. A fine cover, with Roger Calves (Paris) guarantee handstamp in lower right corner

     

    Lot 165
    Estimate: $6,000 Realised Price : $11,500

    Bright Blue pos. [10, variety ‘pick and shovel omitted’] unused with huge margins three sides showing complete framelines, and portion of frameline on other side. Very fine impression, and an exceptional example of this rare stamp, ex King Farouk. SG 24, Cat. £6500+

     

    Lot 166
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    Bright Blue pos. [5] small even margins all round cancelled legible ‘68’ of Scone. SG 24, Cat. £275

     

    Lot 167
    Estimate: $400 Realised Price : $300

    Bright Blue pos. [8, variety ‘no whip’], a deep shade, good even margins all round showing framelines two sides, cancelled indistinct. SG 24e, Cat. £475

     

    Lot 168
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $240

    Bright Blue pos. [11], a deep shade, good even margins all round, cancelled ‘66’ of Singleton. Ex Steinway. SG 24, Cat. £275

     

    Lot 169
    Estimate: $300

    Bright Blue pos. [12] good even margins all round, cancelled ‘66’ of Singleton

     

    Lot 170
    Estimate: $450 Realised Price : $340

    Bright Blue pos. [12] large to huge margins showing framelines on all sides, cancelled watery ‘79’ of Coolah (rated R). Small tone spot in top margin

     

    Lot 171
    Estimate: $400

    Bright Blue pos. [21], a deep shade, good even margins all round, cancelled OC 1 1850 datestamp (probably of Walcha). With 1970 BPA Certificate describing the shade as ‘Grey-blue’

     

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