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    THE GUY LINFIELD VICTORIA 1839-1913, 1852-58 QUEEN-ON-THRONE

    Lot 87
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $1,400

    2d range on leaves of the various printings, shades, etc, comprising Ham's (8, incl two pairs), Campbell & Co (35, incl nine pairs, strips of four and three - the latter on entire), Campbell & Fergusson (39, incl ten pairs and strip of four - torn), mixed condition, nearly all with large to huge margins (83 + cover)

        

    Lot 88
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $340

    2d group on leaves, majority 4 margins, odd fault, includes a Ham single and Campbell & Fergusson pair on separate covers, odd fault (23 + 2 covers)

      

    Lot 89
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $150

    2d Reddish Brown (Ham printing), SG 18, on 1853 (25 Nov) cover used Portland to Wannon. Ex Pack

     

    Lot 90
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $150

    2d Reddish Brown (Ham printing), SG 20, on 1853 (7 Dec) entire letter used Melbourne to Goulburn, Yass backstamp

     

    Lot 91
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $290

    2d Grey-Black pair (Poor impressions), SG 20a, on 1856 (13 Mar) cover used Geelong to Queenscliff, arrival datestamp on front. Attractive

     

    Lot 92
    Estimate: $350T Realised Price : $270

    2d Grey-Drab (‘Stone 9’), SG 22, large margins on 1854 (9 May) envelope addressed to 'Grange' (renamed Hamilton 1.1.1854), tied by part Barred Oval '19' in black (Freeman notes 'always in blue!') with Hamilton cds front and back. Early date (Kellow's early date 25 May) and a nice town letter usage

     

    Lot 93
    Estimate: $200T Realised Price : $160

    2d Lilac pair (Poorer quality paper), SG 36, on 1855 (29 Aug) entire used Geelong to Melbourne

     

    Lot 94
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $1,050

    2d Lilac (Poorer quality paper), variety 'TVO' for 'TWO', SG 36b. A superb example of this creased transfer variety

     

    Lot 95
    Estimate: $350T Realised Price : $380

    Perkins Bacon selection: Comprising 1d unused (3, including pair), used (6, including pair), 6d shades singles (3), pairs (3) and strip of four, also pair on 1859 cover to England, mixed condition (22 + cover)

       

    Lot 96
    Estimate: $500T

    1d Yellow-Green (Perkins Bacon) pair, scissor cut between, SG 40, tied by Barred Numeral '9' to 1857 (13 Apr) cover used at Beechworth, minor stains. Rare usage to pay town letter rate. Ex Seybold (handstamps on reverse)

     

    Lot 97
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $380

    6d Bright Blue (Perkins Bacon), SG 73, pair and single on very neat 1859 (16 Jun) registered cover from Ballarat to England, '(crown)/'REGISTERED' in red and Melbourne registered datestamp, London transit below, small flap fault

     

    Lot 98
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $230

    6d Light Blue (Perkins Bacon), SG 73a, used with Beaded Oval 3d Deep Blue on laid paper (SG 88) tied by light Barred Numeral '200' (type 2) to 1860 (18 Jun) cover South Yarra to London 'Per 'Malta' 'Via Marseilles'', backstamps of South Yarra, Melbourne and London. An attractive 'blue' cover

     

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