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    THE GUY LINFIELD VICTORIA 1839-1913, 1854-60 WOODBLOCKS

    Lot 106
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $260

    1855-64 collection remainders 1855-64 with ‘TOO LATE’ 6d (2, four margins, thins), ‘REGISTERED’ 1/- showing roulettes at base only, imperforate 6d Orange (13, majority four margins), perforated 6d Black (4, one unused, one with portion of imprint), good range of Emblems (68)

      

    Lot 107
    Estimate: $600T Realised Price : $750

    Imperforate selection on leaves SG 32-35 group comprising 6d Orange shades (6, incl pair with Barred Oval '93' - rated RRR), 'TOO LATE' 6d (4), ‘REGISTERED’ 1/- (3, one being Die II) and 2/- Dull Bluish Green (3), mixed condition, mostly with large margins, few with minor faults (16). Cat £1650+

        

    Lot 108
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $550

    Imperforate set: 6d Reddish Brown, ‘TOO LATE’ 6d, ‘REGISTERED’ 1/- and 2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow, SG 32-35, examples with large to huge margins. A quality set

     

    Lot 109
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $420

    Imperforate: 6d shades on covers to UK, single frankings (8) and double (4), some with handstruck accountancy markings between '1d' to '5d', ship endorsements include Antelope, Mermaid, Oliver Lang, Shalimar, White Star, Marco Polo, True Briton, various paid markings (12 items)

     

    Lot 110
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $460

    6d Dull Orange, SG 32a, four margin pair tied by Barred Oval '18' of Portland to 1855 (5 Jan) entire letter to England, endorsed 'Via Marseilles', mss. '1/4' for delivery charge, backstamped on arrival. An early cover routed 'via Marseilles'. Ex Purves, Perry, Moreton

     

    Lot 111
    Estimate: $1,500T

    ‘TOO LATE’ 6d, SG 33, large margins and 1/- Octagonal on 1855 (8 Jan) flapless cover Melbourne to Ireland, manuscript '6', arrival datestamp in blue, slight soiling/blemishes. The earliest recorded use of the 'TOO LATE' stamp, seven days after issue on 1 January 1855

     

    Lot 112
    Estimate: $1,500T Realised Price : $1,450

    ‘TOO LATE’ 6d, SG 33, margins except at upper left, and 1/- Octagonal pair in deep blue shade on 1857 (15 Apr) cover Melbourne to Liverpool 'p 'Columbian' Via Marseilles', flap fault. Attractive combination

     

    Lot 113
    Estimate: $150T Realised Price : $160

    ‘TOO LATE’ 6d, SG 33, touched upper right, other margins large, used with 6d Orange (touching at top) on 1856 (29 Nov) cover from Melbourne to UK, fold, toning, addresses badly scored over and paper affixed over. About two dozen ‘TOO LATE’ covers are recorded

     

    Lot 114
    Estimate: $1,500T Realised Price : $2,800

    ‘REGISTERED’ 1/-, SG 34, margins except at upper right, used with 1/- Octagonal on 1854 (5 Dec) registered cover Melbourne to England 'Per Admiral', manuscript '1/6', slight soiling and small repaired tear. The earliest recorded use of the 'REGISTERED' stamp, just four days after issue on 1 December 1854

     

    Lot 115
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $380

    'REGISTERED' 1/-, SG 34, trimmed at base, and 6d Orange (2) on 1857 (15 Apr) registered cover (small repaired tear at top) from Melbourne to Southampton 'Per Columbian via Marseilles', fine '(crown)/REGISTERED' in red', mss. '6'

     

    Lot 116
    Estimate: $600T Realised Price : $460

    'REGISTERED' 1/-, SG 34, just shaved at base, and 6d Reddish Brown on 1857 (11 Jul) registered cover Sandhurst to England, handstamped 'd6', transit and arrival datestamps on front

     

    Lot 117
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $460

    2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow, SG 35, superb marginal pair with large to huge margins

     

    Lot 118
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $1,150

    2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow, SG 35, four margins tied to 1854 (23 Sep) entire letter Melbourne to London, endorsed 'Pr Overland Mail/'Madras' St:/via Marseilles', rated '4/1'. Most attractive and possibly the earliest known use of this stamp on cover

     

    Lot 119
    Estimate: $600T Realised Price : $460

    2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow, SG 35, just touched top left, other margins clear to large, on 1855 (16 May) entire letter Melbourne to London endorsed 'p 'Geo Marshall''. Fine

     

    Lot 120
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $550

    Rouletted: 6d Orange shades, selection of experimental separations comprising roulettes on two sides (3) and four sides (1), serpentine roulette (3), serrated perf (2) and roulette x serrated perf, mixed condition (10). A scarce and interesting assembly

     

    Lot 121
    Estimate: $250T

    6d Reddish Brown, large margins, rouletted 7 on three sides tied to 1857 (16 Nov) entire letter Melbourne to UK, minor toning, discolouration

     

    Lot 122
    Estimate: $400T

    6d Dull Orange rouletted 7 vertically on 1857 (7 Sep, toning), and 6d Orange-Yellow rouletted 9 horizontally on 1858 (20 Apr) envelopes from Melbourne to UK or NZ.

     

    Lot 123
    Estimate: $500T

    6d Orange-Yellow pair, SG 53b, rouletted 7 vertically, right unit cut into at base, on 1858 (14 May) entire letter Melbourne to London. Very few pairs are recorded on cover

     

    Lot 124
    Estimate: $400T Realised Price : $440

    'REGISTERED' 1/- Rose-Pink and Blue, SG 55, a superb example with roulettes evident on four sides

     

    Lot 125
    Estimate: $150T Realised Price : $120

    Perforated 12: 2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow, SG 82, (6, incl a pair), plus a rouletted example with tear at top (7)

     

    Lot 126
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $400

    2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow, SG 82, strip of three, used Melbourne 24 OC 63. The equal record multiple

     

    Lot 127
    Estimate: $500T Realised Price : $460

    2/- Dull Bluish Green/Pale Yellow, SG 82, tied by Barred Numeral '1' to 1860 (24 Apr) entire letter Melbourne to Scotland endorsed 'p 'Emeu' S.S./Via Marseilles', Glasgow backstamp. Attractive double rate cover

     

    Lot 128
    Estimate: $2,000T

    2/- Dull Bluish Green/pale yellow strip of three, SG 82, on 1860 (25 Jul) cover (small repair, light fold) Melbourne to England, endorsed 'P 'Ottaway' via Marseilles'. A wonderful example of 3oz letter rate and the equal record multiple for this stamp

     

    Lot 129
    Estimate: $400T

    6d Black, SG 102 [1861 22 Jun], brownish gum showing through to face, used just 3 days after issues on 1861 (25 Jun) envelope (no flap) Melbourne to London. Only about 15 covers are recorded

     

    Lot 130
    Estimate: $400T

    6d Black on 1861 (10 Aug) envelope (with contents) from Melbourne to Edinburgh, slight soiling. About 15 covers are recorded

     

    Lot 131
    Estimate: $300T

    1854 (Oct) to 1858 covers bearing 6d imperf pair with margins (cover soiled, fault), single (7) or serpentine roulette 10½ single (cover badly soiled), from Melbourne, Williamstown, Portland, Bacchus Marsh or Ballarat to NSW, Melbourne, San Francisco (portion of address excised) or Tasmania (with fine Hobart ship letter datestamp), mainly fine apart from faults mentioned (9)

     

    Lot 132
    Estimate: $300T Realised Price : $230

    1857 (26 Jun) envelope (light soiling) Melbourne to Edinburgh franked imperf 6d Orange (3) and Emblems 1d and 2d, margins at places, paying 1/9 ½oz letter rate via Marseilles

     

    Lot 133
    Estimate: $750T Realised Price : $575

    1861 cover-front 'Via Marseilles' Scotland bearing 6d Black pair, SG 102, plus perforated 1/- Octagonal, and Beaded Oval 3d and 6d (3) tied by Barred Numeral '24' of Camperdown. Scarce franking

     

    Lot 134
    Estimate: $1,250T Realised Price : $1,300

    1861 (23 Aug) entire Melbourne to London endorsed 'Via Marseilles' bearing 6d Black, SG 102, along with Emblems perforated 2d and 1d. Attractive example of the scarce 9d ¼oz rate and only about fifteen covers are recorded bearing the 6d Black

     

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