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    SYDNEY VIEWS, 3D, EARLY IMPRESSIONS ON SOFT YELLOWISH WOVE PAPER

    Lot 282
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $750

    Yellow-green with good even margins and part gum. The stamp is somewhat soiled and a portion of the margin at top left corner, and small portion of the lower right corner impinging on the design have been reaffixed with hinges. Ex Ginger, with 1956 RPSL Certificate describing only the lower right defect. SG 39, Cat. £5500

     

    Lot 283
    Estimate: $250

    Yellow-green pos. [16] close to large margins cancelled legible ‘17’ of Dubbo (rated RRR). Ex Judge Hamilton. SG 39, Cat. £275

     

    Lot 284
    Estimate: $350 Realised Price : $270

    Yellow-green pos. [19, variety ‘no whip’] fine impression and colour with good even margins all round cancelled ‘3’ of Windsor. SG 39a, Cat. £450

     

    Lot 285
    Estimate: $550

    Yellow-green vertical pair pos. [8/13] good margins all round tied on small piece by ‘48’ numerals of Tarcutta. Ex Dr. W.R.D. Wiggins. SG 39, Cat. £550+

     

    Lot 286
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $750

    Yellow-green pos. [19, variety ‘no whip’] with good to large margins tied by Sydney obliterator to 1852 (17 Apr) outer to Van Diemen’s Land. Endorsed ‘p "Water Lilly" ’ and with ‘PAID SHIP LETTER/SYDNEY’ datestamp of AP 17 1850 in red on face, and boxed ‘SHIP LETTER’ (7 MY 7 1850) and Launceston (8 MY 8 1850) datestamps on reverse. Rated ‘5’(d) as an incoming ship letter. Some tears in back flap and vertical filing fold, otherwise an extremely fine example of the 3d intercolonial ship letter rate, ex Slade Slade

     

    Lot 287
    Estimate: $1,000 Realised Price : $3,800

    Yellow-green pos. [22, variety ‘no S.E. ray in upper left corner’] very fine impression with good even margins all round tied by Sydney obliterator to 1852 (18 May) outer to London. Endorsed ‘p Senator’ and with ‘SHIP LETTER/SYDNEY’ and London arrival (1 OC 1852) datestamps on reverse. Rated ‘8’(d) as an incoming ship letter. Two vertical filing folds, and another very fine usage, ex Caspary, Wilson and ‘Espana’

     

    Lot 288
    Estimate: $40,000

    Yellow-green horizontal strip of three pos. [18-20, [18] and [19] being variety ‘no whip’] very fine impression with small to good margins in combination with 1d Plate I Pale Red on Bluish with small even margins all round tied by ‘2’ numerals to 1852 (10 Aug) double rate ship letter from Parramatta to London. ‘PAID SHIP LETTER/ SYDNEY’ datestamp on face, and weak Parramatta despatch and London arrival (2 JA 1851) datestamps on reverse. Manuscript ‘1/4’ representing the 2 x 8d incoming ship letter charge. Left flap missing, otherwise a very fine and clean cover. Only four Sydney View covers showing the 2 x 5d inland + ship letter rate are recorded, one being in the Vickery collection in the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney. Two of these bear a strip of three 3d in combination with a 1d, of which this is by far the finest. One of the finest and most important Sydney View covers extant, from the Burrus and Butterwick collections

     

    Lot 289
    Estimate: $1,500 Realised Price : $1,150

    Myrtle-green small to good margins cancelled unclear obliterator. A fine example of this rare shade, ex Sir Andrew Clark, with 1964 RPSL Certificate. SG 40, Cat. £1300

     

    Lot 290
    Estimate: $1,500

    Myrtle-green pos. [22, variety ‘no S.E. ray in upper left corner’] small margins all round cancelled Sydney obliterator

     

    Lot 291
    Estimate: $5,000

    Myrtle-green horizontal strip of three pos. [11-13] clear to large margins cancelled ‘71’ numerals of Tamworth. Heavy crease between second and third units, and tiny pinhole in first unit, but of generally fine appearance and the only recorded multiple of the myrtle-green shade. A very important Sydney View piece, from the Ginger, Hutson and ‘Manwood’ collections. SG 40, Cat. £3900+

     

    Lot 292
    Estimate: $300

    Emerald-green pos. [13] clear to large margins cancelled indistinct numeral. SG 41, Cat. £300

     

    Lot 293
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $340

    Emerald-green pos. [13] clear to large margins cancelled indistinct numeral

     

    Lot 294
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $240

    Emerald-green pos. [14] good even margins all round cancelled indistinct numeral

     

    Lot 295
    Estimate: $600

    Emerald-green pos. [23, variety ‘SIGIIUM’] very fine colour and large margins all round cancelled Sydney obliterator. Ex G.H. Boucher. SG 41b, Cat. £600

     

    Lot 296
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $1,150

    Emerald-green pos. [14] fine colour with good to large margins tied by Sydney obliterator on 1850 (14 Oct) outer to London. PAID SHIP LETTER/SYDNEY red despatch datestamp and manuscript ‘8(d) incoming ship letter charge on face, with London arrival datestamp on reverse. Some slight soiling and with heavy horizontal and vertical filing folds. Signed ‘AD(iena)’ and ‘W Balasse’, ex C.L. Pack and ‘Espana’

     

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