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    Lot 572
    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $145

    1920s-1940s selection with a number of useful items, three registered, one 1929 signed by pilot, odd small fault, generally good quality (31)


    Lot 573
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $800

    1920 (30 Jul) Melbourne to Traralgon flight vignette, superb example tied by Herald & Weekly Times time-clock datestamp to portion of mourning cover, AAMC 47b


    Lot 574
    Estimate: $60 Realised Price : $70

    1935 (18 Aug) cover flown by Australian Transcontinental Airways, Adelaide to Oodnadatta, AAMC 523. Scarce intermediate, with only 102 items carried on this stage


    Lot 575
    Estimate: $500

    1935 (3 Dec) airmail cover (flap roughly opened) Sydney to Japan, typewritten 'Passenger - 'President Wilson' ['Lincoln' mss. above] /from Hong Kong - December 18th.', Ship Line datestamp, Japanese handstruck and mss. markings on front, backstamped Yokohama. Rare 10d per oz airmail rate Australia-Singapore


    Lot 576
    Estimate: $400

    1936 (22 Jul) KGV 5d Registered Envelope uprated with Cable 3d and KGV 1/4d (unusually well-centred) for airmail Biloela (Qld) to Greece, provisional registration label, backstamped Rockhampton, Darwin, Athens. Fine example of 1/9d oz rate plus 3d registration


    Lot 577
    Estimate: $100T Realised Price : $75

    1938 (28 Jun) KGVI 1d Postal Card to UK uprated with 1932 6d Kookaburra + KGV d Orange + 1d QE. Attractive example of 9d postcard rate


    Lot 578
    Estimate: $175

    1939 (Jan) 'Koranga' crash, banker's cover (320x167mm) addressed to Melbourne with stamps fallen off, large portion of explanatory notice affixed


    Lot 579
    Estimate: $250T

    1945 (2 Jun) use of KGVI 7d Air Letter Sydney to England flown on first QANTAS Lancastrian service, printed cachet in red, AAMC 1007b


    Lot 580
    Estimate: $150T

    1946 (7 Apr) KGVI 7d Airletter, re-opening Australia-England Empire Air Route cachet in violet, flown Sydney-Singapore, signed by Captains Furze and Moxham, AAMC 1036a


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