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					                        Public Auction
                Coins, Stamps & Postal History

                                  Session 1:
              Tuesday 20th September 2011 at 2:00pm (Lots 201 - 343)

                                   Session 2:
              Tuesday 20th September 2011 at 5:00pm (Lots 344 - 1010)


                                    AUCTION NO. 389



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Lot                                                                          Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                        Estimate

                                                    First Session - Tuesday 20th September 2011 at 2:00pm
           Coins - General
201        Tin with Australia; bag of ½d & 1d, 3d (42), 6d (28), 1/- (13), 2/- (11) majority post 1946, lower grades and 1966 50c (5);
           range of G.B., European, Middle Eastern etc. coins. Mixed condition. (100’s) .................................................................... $200 - $250
202        Over 4.5kgs of world coins to Crown size incl. Africa, Europe, USA, Great Britain (bags of 1d’s & 3d) etc.
           Noted 1930 & 1931 Netherlands 2½ Guilders. (10’s) ........................................................................................................... $120 - $150
203        Range of world silver coins to half crown size, majority British C’wealth incl. Australia pre 1945 and Great Britain.
           Mixed grades. (110+)......................... .................................................................................................................................... $500 - $600
204        Wooden container with 51 silver coins and a token, 1708 to KGV, majority British also incl. Belgium, India & USA. British coins
           incl. 1d, 1½d, 2d & 4d to 1/-. Majority holed for use as jewellery. Plus a range of medallions of various sizes with Shakespeare Cent.,
           15 May 1800 “God Save the King / Preserved from Assassination”, QV 1937-1897, 1905 KEVII “Visit to Harrow”, KEVII, KGV &
           KGVI Coronation/Jubilee group and 5 other. (70+) ............................................................................................................. $300 - $500
205        Australia with over 2kg of ½d and 1d and silver, majority post 1946, 2/- (15), 1/- (20), 6d (30) and 3d (6). Plus a range of world coins
           incl. Middle East and USA. (100’s) ....................................................................................................................................... $120 - $160
206        Group of 25 silver proof coins produced by the Macquarie Mint for a range of sporting events incl. 1996 Atlanta Olympics and 2006
           FIFA World Cup Germany, majority with certificates. Coins weigh 18 to 48.6gms each (total weight of 650gms+). Plus cased 2007
           silver 1/4 euro for Rugby World Cup, 4 carded medallions, 1990/91 Ashes medallions set, USA Emmitt Smith cased medallion and 2
           sporting autographs. (30+) ..................................................................................................................................................... $700 - $900
207        Group incl. “The Australian Square Pattern Collection”, Ltd. Ed. folder 315/750, with 24 reproductions of 1921 proposed designs:
           2004 Perth Mint cased ½oz square Kookaburra (2) and RAM medallion; COOK ISLAND group with 2007 $10 Sydney Harbour
           Bridge cased proof - 1oz silver and carded Unc.. Plus 2007-08 Aust. Patterns, 1oz silver, numbered 1-4 and 6 of the set: NEW
           ZEALAND group with unopened “Lord of the Rings” packs (4), “Narnia” pack of 50c x 6, 2005 Aust./New Zealand $1 pair and “All
           Blacks” set of 15 medallions: Plus 10 other items incl. Congo $10 Acrylic, 2008 Hawks swap cards, 2005 World Poker medallions
           (3 cased), etc. (Qty.) (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................... $400 - $500
208        Australian & foreign accumulation in a carton; many in small tins, etc. Noted Aust. 1966 50c (4). Also, a few banknotes.
           (100s).......................................................................................................................................................................................$150 - $200
209        AUSTRALIA $10 Piedfort Proofs 1990 White Cockatoo, 1992 Emperor Penguin & 1993 Palm Cockatoo: $10 Landmark Series of 2
           cased silver coins 1997 Sydney, 1998 Melbourne & 1999 Canberra: COOK ISLANDS 2009 Capt. Cook cased series of 4 1oz silver:
           TUVALU 2003 Hinkler 1oz silver. Plus 2 other. (10 items) ................................................................................................. $350 - $450


           Coins - Australia
210        RAM uncirculated silver $10 commemorative coins, each in wallet, for 1982, 1985, 1986, 1987 & 1988. (5) ....................... $60 - $80

211        COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: Vendors remainders with Australian Tokens group ADVANCE AUSTRALIA Melbourne
           & Sydney (4); ANDREW, JOHN & Co. 1860-62 Melbourne, ½d (2) & 1d (2); T.F. Merry Toowoomba 1d; R. Parker Geelong 1d (17)
           plus Charles 1 Tower Mint silver half crown 1641-43 (S.2775). Mixed grades. (27) (Photo) ............................................. $250 - $350
212        Pre-decimal/decimal collection with ½d’s & 1d’s (incl. 1946), pre 1945 silver 3d (47), 6d (46), 1/- (21) & 2/- (33),
           post 1946 3d (33), 6d (60), 1/- (59) & 2/- (76). Decimals to $2 incl. 1966 50c (18). Die cracks noted in 3d’s.
           Mixed grades to Unc. (675+) ........................................................................................................................................... $1,000 - $1,200
213        TYPE SET in Dansco album incl. full pre-decimal range and decimals to 1977. Majority in grades higher than normally seen,
           many with mint lustre, VF to Unc.. Incl. 1934/35 Melb. Centenary Florin VF/VF+. (49) (Photo) .................................... $600 - $800
214        1911-64 Dansco Penny album complete apart from the 1930. Mixed grades with better coins throughout.
           Plus 1966-80 Dansco decimal album 1c to 10c, incomplete with 47 coins, mainly Unc. (121) ........................................... $250 - $350
215        Halfpennies & pennies, approx 7.6kgs plus 1c & 2c approx 1.8kg. Mixed dates and condition, not checked by us. (100’s)$120 - $200

216        Tin of Aust. pennies, 1942-64, weighs 12kgs+. Album of decimal coins to 2004, 1c to $2 incl. 1966 50c x3. Plus a few GB coins.
           Mixed grades. (100’s) ............................................................................................................................................................ $200 - $300
217        Decimal group with 1966 20c Type Collection, 1966-2000 50c Commemorative Coin Collection, 1901-2001 Cent. of Federation
           collection: 50c PROOFS; 2004 Student Design & 2010 Australia Day, gold plated: 50c UNC.; 2003 Volunteer, 2006 Student Design
           (10), 2007 Year of the Pig & Royal Wedding, 2008 Scouts, America’s Cup Anniv. & silver Koala: 2003 Medical Corp token & 50c,
           2008 Year of Planet Earth & World Youth Day sets and 2009 Astronomy pair: Range of NON CIRCULATION coins $1 (3), 50c,
           20c (6), 10c (2), 5c (2), 2c (5) and 1c (3). Plus 11 commemorative 20c and 9 commemorative 50c. (Qty.) ........................ $400 - $600
218        Pre-decimal/decimal collections in push-in albums with ½d (no 1923), 1d x 2 sets (no 1925, 1930, incl. 1946 (x1), 3d & 6d (no 1912):
           Decimals 1c to 50c 1966-70, 5c & 10c 1966-84, 20c & 50c 1966-84 and in sleeves 1c to 50c 1966-80. No 1966 50c. Some duplication,
           varieties noted, mixed grades to Unc. (560+) ........................................................................................................................ $150 - $250
219   **   Decimal group with Proof sets; 1992, 2007-08: Unc. sets; 1997, 2007 (2) & 2008: 1994 Olympic Heritage $10 Flack/Durack pair:
           Commonwealth Games coins; 2002 $5 silver proof & $5 Unc. set of 3, 2006 $5 silver proof (2), $5 Unc. (2), 50c silver proof & 50c
           Unc. set of 4: 2003 Baby set Unc.: 2007 Wedding collection. Plus 2006 C’wealth Games collection of stamps. (19) ........ $400 - $600
220        HALF SOVEREIGNS: 1858, QV, Young Head, First type hairstyle. Shield Reverse. VG. (Photo) .......................... $200 - $250

221        1861S, QV, Young Head, Second type hairstyle. Sydney Mint Reverse. G-VG. (Photo) ................................................... $200 - $250
Lot                                                                 Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                 Estimate

222   1892, QV, Jubilee Head, Shield Reverse. (Photo) .............................................................................................................. $175 - $200

223   1893, QV, Jubilee Head, Shield Reverse. (Photo) .............................................................................................................. $175 - $200

224   1901, QV, Veiled Head, St George Reverse. (Photo) .......................................................................................................... $175 - $200

225   1902, KEVII. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

226   1904, KEVII. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

227   1905, KEVII. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

228   1906, KEVII. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

229   1907M, KEVII. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

230   1908, KEVII. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

231   1908, KEVII. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

232   1908S, KEVII. (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

233   1908M, KEVII. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

234   1909M, KEVII. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

235   1912, KGV. VF. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $175 - $200

236   SOVEREIGNS: 1863, QV Second Type Hairstyle, Sydney Mint Reverse. VG. (Photo) ............................................. $350 - $400

237   1864 QV, Young Head, First Type Hairstyle, Shield Reverse with Die No. ‘36’. (Photo) .................................................. $350 - $400

238   1870 QV, Young Head, Second Type Hairstyle, Sydney Mint Reverse. With Downies Cert. of Auth. from ‘Tea Merchant’s
      Hoard’. EF. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $500 - $750
239   1870 QV, Young Head, Second Type Hairstyle, Sydney Mint Reverse. F - VF. (Photo) .................................................... $350 - $500

240   1870 QV, Young Head, Second Type Hairstyle, Sydney Mint Reverse. F - VF. (Photo) .................................................... $350 - $500

241   1872, QV Young Head. St George Reverse. (Photo) .......................................................................................................... $350 - $400

242   1876S, QV Young Head, Fourth Type Hairstyle, St George Reverse. (Photo) .................................................................... $350 - $400

243   1876S, QV Young Head, Fourth Type Hairstyle. St George Reverse. (Photo) ................................................................... $350 - $400

244   1877S, QV Young Head, Third Type Hairstyle. Shield Reverse. (Photo) ........................................................................... $350 - $400

245   1885S, QV Young Head, Third Type Hairstyle. Shield Reverse. VF - EF. (Photo) ............................................................. $350 - $400

246   1893M, QV, Jubilee Head. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

247   1895S, QV, Veiled Head. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

248   1896M, QV, Veiled Head. (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

249   1902S, KEVII. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

250   1902M, KEVII. (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

251   1903, KEVII. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

252   1904, KEVII. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

253   1905P, KEVII. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

254   1906M, KEVII. (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

255   1906P, KEVII. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

256   1907M, KEVII. (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

257   1907P, KEVII. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

258   1908P, KEVII. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

259   1909, KEVII. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

260   1909P, KEVII. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

261   1910P, KEVII. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400
Lot                                                                   Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                    Estimate

262   1911P, KGV. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

263   1912M, KGV. (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $350 - $400

264   1912P, KGV. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

265   1913P, KGV. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

266   1914P, KGV. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

267   1915, KGV. In Downie 10 sovereign presentation case. (Photo) ........................................................................................ $350 - $400

268   1931P, KGV, small head. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $350 - $400

269   2005 Perth Mint $25 GOLD Sovereign. Issued to celebrate the 150th Anniv. of Australia’s first sovereign. Unc. (Photo) $350 - $400

270   2005 Perth Mint $25 GOLD Sovereign Proof. Issued to celebrate the 150th Anniv. of Australia’s first sovereign. In a presentation
      cased booklet. No. 2354/7500. (Photo) .............................................................................................................................. $400 - $500
271   ONE PENNY: PROOF: 1959 Melbourne Mint. Some toning on obverse, otherwise FDC. (Photo) ................................. $200 - $250

272   PRE-DECIMAL SILVER: 1910-64 Threepence and Sixpence sets in Dansco album. Mixed grades Fine to Unc.,
      majority higher grades than most commonly seen. Noted 3d 1910 VF+, 1916-18 VF, 1928EF etc. and 6d 1917 VF,
      1925, 1926 & 1928 VF+ etc. Plus 2 extras. (102) (Photo) ........................................................................................... $1,000 - $1,500
273   Pre 1945 with 1937 Crown, 1/- (5) and 6d, majority 1940’s (220+); Post 1946 6d (85+). Mixed grades. (310+) ............... $400 - $500

274   THREEPENCE: Pre 1945, approx 100 KGV, the rest KGVI (775+); Post 1946 (270+). Mixed grades. (1045+) ............ $700 - $800

275   Post 1946 accumulation with 3d (79), 6d (116), 1/- (38), 2/- (33) plus 1982 Unc. folder, range of early decimals 5c to 20c and a few
      medallions. Mixed grades. (Qty.) ........................................................................................................................................... $300 - $350
276   ONE SHILLINGS: 1910-63 in Dansco album. Mixed grades F to Unc., with 1925 duplicated. Most coins in higher grades
      than most commonly seen including 1914 VF, 1921 F+, 1922 VF, 1925 F+ & VF, 1926 VF, 1933 F+ & 1935 VF+ etc.
      (50) (Photo)......................................................................................................................................................................$1,000 - $1,500
277   TWO SHILLINGS: 1910-63 in Dansco album. Mixed grades F to Unc., with 2 1934/35 and 2 1927 commemoratives.
      Most coins in higher grades than most commonly seen including 1915H VF, 1916 VF+, 1924 & 1925 VF+, 1932 F etc.
      (57) (Photo).......................................................................................................................................................................$2,500 - $3,500
278   1934-35 Melbourne Centenary. aUnc. with very minor tone. (Photo) ................................................................................ $500 - $600

279   1934-35 Melbourne Centenary. VF/VF+. (Photo) ............................................................................................................... $150 - $250

280   DECIMALS: FIVE CENT RAM ROLLS: 1976 (10 rolls), 1979 (11 rolls) and 4 undated. Cat. $290+. (25 rolls) ............ $120 - $160

281   Group with PROOF Sets; 2000, 2005, 2008: UNC. Sets; 2002, 2005: $10; 1999 Snowy Mountains & Millenium Series ‘The Past’,
      2002 Adelaide Pound: 2001 Cent. of Federation album & Victoria State set: 2002 $5 C’wealth Games set: 2005 Wedding set of 6: 2006
      QEII 80th Birthday 50c Unc.(2) and 4 other. Majority unopened. Cat $1400+. (18)............................................................ $400 - $600
282   1966 SILVER 50c. (37) ......................................................................................................................................................... $400 - $450

283   2004 Proof set plus $5 Commemoratives with 1998 Royal Flying Doctor (8, without Phone Cards) and 2000 Phar Lap (22).
      Cat $700+. (31 items) (Photo) .............................................................................................................................................. $300 - $400
284   2001 BRADMAN cased set of 3 including $20 bi-metal gold/silver. (Photo) .................................................................... $400 - $500

285   2001 BRADMAN cased set of 3 including $20 bi-metal gold/silver. .................................................................................. $400 - $500

286   ONE OUNCE SILVER COINS: Kookaburra 2007-09 (4), Koala 2007-09 (3), Kangaroo 2008 (2) and 2008 America’s Cup Anniv.
      proof. Gilded Kookaburras 2006 & 2008 with pins and 2008 (2) plus 2007 Gold plated Kangaroo. (15) (Photo) ............. $500 - $600
287   DECIMAL PROOFS: GOLD: 2007 Ashes $10 - 1/10oz Gold Proof x 2, 2008 Koala $5 - 1/25oz Gold Proof and 2009 Kangaroo $5
      - 1/20oz Gold Proof. The 2009 in capsule only. (4) (Photo) ................................................................................................. $350 - $450
288   MASTERPIECES IN SILVER: 2006 Art of the 20th Century and 2007 Art of the 20th Century (2).
      Cost $585. (3) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $400
289   ONE DOLLAR: PROOFS: 2004 Eureka Stockade, 2005 Gallipoli, 2008 Coat of Arms; Commemoratives, 2000 Proclamation Penny,
      2003 Holey Dollar & Dump, 2004 1964 Penny, 2005 Sydney Mint Half Sovereign and 2006 Spanish Pillar Dollar(2): KANGAROOS
      2005 Proof and 2000, 2002, 2005, 2007 Unc.: UNCIRCULATED 1984, 1999 Last ANZACS C,S,M,A, & B, 2000 HMAS Sydney C,
      2002 Outback S & B, 2004 Eureka C,S,B,E & M, 2005 Gallipoli C and 2008 Coat of Arms C,S & B. Cat $1150+. (32) .. $300 - $500
290   SILVER PROOFS: 1992 Olympics, 1993 Landcare, 1994 $1 Anniv., 1995 Waltzing Matilda, 1996 Parkes, 1997 Kingsford Smith,
      1998 Florey, 1999 Anzacs, 2000 HMAS Sydney, 2001 Army, 2002 Outback, 2003 Korean War, 2004 Eureka, 2005 Gallipoli (2), 2006
      Aust. TV, 2007 Year of the Pig & Harbour Bridge, 2008 Coat of Arms (2) and 2010 Aust. Coins Cent. (21) (Photo) ....... $400 - $600
Lot                                                                         Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

291   B   UNCIRCULATED range in folders, satchels and on cards, incl. different mint marks with 2001 (2), 2002 (5), 2003 (7 - incl. Vietnam
          folder), 2004 (10), 2005 Gallipoli (6), 2006 (16 - 4 Ocean Series), 2007 (13 - incl. 4 Ocean Series, Year of the Pig & 2 Peacekeepers),
          2008 (18 - incl. 2 Quarantine, Mary Mackillop, 3 Year of the Rat, 4 Rugby, 2 Wombat, 2 Koala & Aust Rules Anniv.), 2009 (7 - incl.
          Lizard, Bilby & ANZAC) plus 2008 Cent. of Rugby Booklet. Cat. $750+. (80+)................................................................ $250 - $350
292       SILVER PROOFS: 2004 Moon Walk Anniv., 2005 Sydney Mint Sovereign (2), 2007 SAPPHIRES (Silver with 1 carat of sapphires),
          Sydney Harbour Bridge and QEII Diamond Jubilee, 2008 Rum Rebellion (2), Prince Charles and Aust. Rules 150th Anniv., 2009
          Adelaide Assay Office. Plus 1 other. Cat. $1500+. (12) (Photo) .......................................................................................... $500 - $600
293       FIVE DOLLARS: PROOFS: 2001 Cent. of Federation Finale, 2002 Outback and Queen Mother (2), 2004 Athens Olympics and 150
          Years of Railways, 2006 Duyfken cased set of 2 and 2007 Ashes: UNC. 1988, 1990 ANZAC (2), 2004 Athens Olympics and 2006
          Duyfken: Plus 2004 Aust Open PNC. Cat. $1300+ (14) (Photo) ......................................................................................... $300 - $500
294       PROOFS: 1996 Bradman. ..................................................................................................................................................... $120 - $150

295       PROOFS: 1996 Bradman. ..................................................................................................................................................... $120 - $150

296       SILVER PROOFS: 2007 South Aust., Sydney Harbour Bridge (2) and Ashes (2), 2008 Polar Year, Scouts Cent. and Rugby Cent:
          UNC’s; 1988, 1990 ANZAC, 1992 Space, 2001 Bradman, 2003 Rugby (2), 2004 Athens and 2008 Bradman (2): BI-METALLIC
          UNC.; 1994 Women’s Vote, 1996 Bradman (2), 1998 Flying Doctor and 2000 Phar Lap (2): Plus 2000 Olympic album of 28 coins &
          28 medallions. Cat. $1150+. (24) ........................................................................................................................................... $400 - $600
297       FIFTY DOLLARS: 1987 Australian GOLD Nugget Series, ½oz, ‘Hand of Faith’. (Photo) ............................................ $600 - $750


          Banknotes - Australia
298       DECIMALS: Uncirculated sets of 5 and 7 with $1 Johnston/Stone, $2 Johnston/Fraser, $5 Johnston/Fraser OCRB, $10 Fraser/
          Higgins, $20 Fraser/Cole all 2 of each and $50 Phillips/Fraser & $100 Johnston/Stone. Plus last note/first coin sets one a Premium
          pack with $2 Last Prefix ‘LQG’ and silver proof coin. Cat. $1200+. (14) ............................................................................ $400 - $600
299       FIVE DOLLARS: 1992 (R.214i) Fraser/Cole, Pale Green serial number, consecutive run of 10, AA 95 727 848/857. Unc. Cat. $110
          each. (10) (Photo) .................................................................................................................................................................. $300 - $400
300       TEN DOLLARS: 1993 (Mc.D.DS.31) Fraser/Evans, overprinted “SPECIMEN”, in red both sides. Specimen No. 0694. AA 93
          000 000. Uncirculated and extremely rare. Provenance - Max Robinson, the designer of the note. (Photo) .. $15,000 - $20,000
301       1993 (Mc.D.DS.31) Fraser/Evans, overprinted “SPECIMEN”, in red both sides. Specimen No. 0684. GF 93 684 491. aUnc. with
          a single central fold and extremely rare. Provenance - Max Robinson, the designer of the note. (Photo) ...... $10,000 - $15,000
302       1995 (R.C04a & b) $10 Waltzing Matilda Centenary folders with Telstra phonecards. Both folders with red and blue numbers.
          Cat $420. (2).................. ........................................................................................................................................................ $150 - $250
303       1988 (R.A01(a)) $10 Bi-Centenary Folders, consecutive run of 3, AA 20010611 - 613. Fine. (3) ........................................ $80 - $120

304       TWENTY DOLLARS: 2005-06 (R.420c,420cF & 420d) Macfarlane/Henry group with 2005 Normal Prefix two singles & First Year
          Prefix 4 singles; 2006 Normal Prefix a consecutive run of 10, CM 06 421991/422000. Unc. Cat.$860. (16) ..................... $350 - $400
305       PREDECIMAL BANKNOTES: 1933 (R.08aF) 10/- (Half Sovereign), KGV, Riddle/Sheehan, thick Sheehan signature,
          First Prefix, B/36 871570. VG+. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................ $800 - $1,200
306       1939 (R.12) 10/-, KGVI, Sheehan/McFarlane. EF+. (Photo) .............................................................................................. $500 - $750

307       Group with KGVI 1939 (R.12) 10/- Sheehan/McFarlane & 1952 (R.15) Coombs/Wilson, both G; 1949 (R.31) £1 Coombs/Watt (2),
          VG & F: QEII 1961 (R.17) 10/- Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank, EF+; 1953 (R.33) £1 Coombs/Wilson C’wealth Bank, 1961 (R.34b)
          Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank, Emerald green back, EF. Cat. $650+. (7) (Photo) ............................................................. $300 - $400
308       1942-61 (R.13,14 & 17) 10/- group with KGVI Armitage/McFarlane, F and Coombs/Watt F+;
          QEII Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank, VF. (3) ....................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
309       1949 (R.14) 10/-, KGVI, Coombs/Watt, A/47 880930. Crisp, light central crease, crease at R. EF. (Photo) ..................... $200 - $250

310       KGVI 1949 (R.14) 10/- Coombs/Watt, F+ and 1942 (R.30) £1 Armitage/McFarlane, Dark Green, VF+, rust spots;
          QEII 1961 (R.17,34b & 63) 10/-, £1 and £10 Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank, the £1 Emerald Green, F+ to VF. (5)......... $100 - $150
311       1952 (R.15) 10/-, KGVI, Coombs/Wilson, B/27 315135. Cleaned and flattened, EF. (Photo) ........................................... $200 - $250

312       1961 (R.17) 10/- Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank, consecutive run of 4, AG/34 955125/128. Unc. .................................... $300 - $350

313       1942 (R.30b) £1, KGVI, Armitage/McFarlane, light green main print, K/92 075667.
          Cleaned and flattened, EF appearance. ................................................................................................................................. $100 - $150
314       1949 (R.31) KGVI £1 Coombs/Watt. VF+. .............................................................................................................................. $50 - $75

315       1949 (R.31) £1, KGVI, Coombs/Watt; minor tear at top edge, cleaned and flattened, EF appearance. (Photo) ................. $150 - $200

316       1941 (R.46) £5, KGVI, Armitage/McFarlane, R/59 177102. Crisp, very fine appearance, aUNc. (Photo) .......... $1,000 - $1,500

317       1952 (R.48) £5, KGVI, Coombs/Wilson, S/40 419408. Crisp, has been cleaned and flattened, aEF. Fine appearance.
          (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $400 - $600
Lot                                                                          Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                         Estimate

318        1960 (R.50) £5, QEII, Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank. Crisp, a few minor marks, aUnc. Fine appearance. (Photo) ........ $200 - $250

319        1960 (R.50) £5 QEII Coombs/Wilson, Reserve Bank. Crisp, cleaned and flattened, EF+. Fine appearance. (Photo) ........ $150 - $200

320   DE   DECIMAL BANKNOTES: AUSTRALIAN BANKNOTE DESIGN
           FOLIO FROM THE ESTATE OF AUSTRALIAN STAMP AND BANKNOTE DESIGNER BRUCE WEATHERHEAD:
           circa 1976 to 1987, consisting of black and white photographic prints of proposed designs for the Banknote Design Committee with
           :- $2 banknote by Bruce Stewart, front showing QEII (2 different), reverse showing kangaroo, emu and lizard.
           :- $5 banknote by Max Robinson, front showing Dame Mary Gilmour, reverse portrait of architect, Robin Dods. 3 different designs.
           :- $10 banknote by Gary Emery, front showing Yirawala (3) and artwork, reverse John Flynn (2) or aboriginal artwork.
           :- $20 banknote by Brian Sadgrove, front showing Sir Henry Parkes (3), reverse showing Edith Cowan (2) or wren.
           Range of black and white photocopies of the $5, $10 and $50 banknotes illustrating the designers working process from basic rough
           sketches to final design.
           Folder for the $50 banknote with 3 mounted 1:1 size original pencil and coloured pencil drawings for a proposed design. 4 other
           original drawings, 2 acetate overlays for Australia & value of the note plus 3 coloured photographs, 3 b/white 8” x 10” photographs
           and a photocopy of proposed designs.
           Colour photocopies of a mock up of the $10 Bi-Centenial folder. Note the photocopy of the banknote is numbered “AA 00 000 000”
           and “SPECIMEN No 0197”.
           Copies of source material for the designer.
           Folder of originals and photocopies of letters and documents pertaining to the contractual arrangements with designer. These documents
           include the actual contract, fees and commissions, design requirements, design schedule, designer’s notes, minutes of meeting and
           draft letters. Note letter dated 23 Sept. 1986 includes further copies of the proposed designs of the $50.
           Plus a statement re Russell Drysdale’s comments on who should design banknotes and a b/white photograph of the Reserve Bank’s
           banknote design team.
           An opportunity for the serious and advanced collector or institution to obtain important & unique material.
           (Qty.) (Photo).....................................................................................................................................................................,$3,000 - $5,000
321        1977 (R.77) $1 Knight/Stone, group with consecutive runs of 3 (2), a run of 5, 3 pairs and 24 singles.
           VF to Unc, majority Unc. Cat.$600+. (41) ............................................................................................................................ $100 - $200
322        1982 (R.78) $1 Johnstone/Stone, group with consecutive runs of 5 (2), 4 and 3 (2) plus 5 pairs and 67 singles.
           Mixed grades to Unc, majority EF+. (97) .............................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
323        1983-85 (R.88,89) $2 Johnstone/Stone, group with a consecutive run of 3 + 3 singles; Johnstone/Fraser consecutive runs of 10 + 19.
           Majority Unc. (35) ................................................................................................................................................................. $100 - $150
324        1985 (R.89) $2 Johnstone/Fraser with consecutive runs of 30, 9, 6, 4(3) and 7 pairs plus 48 singles.
           Mixed grades to Unc, majority higher grades. (119) ............................................................................................................. $300 - $350
325        Group with 1985 (R.89) $2 Johnston/Fraser, consecutive run of 5 & 3 singles; 1985-93 (R.209a.212,216) $5 Johnston/Fraser,
           consecutive pair, Fraser/Higgins set of 4 with different Prefixes but matching Serial No’s and Fraser/Evans, VF; 1968 (R.303) $10
           Phillips/Randall. Plus 1992 (R.A02[a]) Fraser/Cole folder with uncut horiz. pair. All Unc. except one. (18) (Photo) ....... $250 - $350
326        1983-85 (R.208,209a,212) $5 Johnstone/Stone single; Johnston/Fraser, OCRB Serial, consecutive pair and 2 singles; Fraser/Higgins,
           consecutive runs of 10, 6, 4 and a pair. Majority Unc. Cat.$1200+. (27) .............................................................................. $200 - $250
327        1983-85 (R.308,309) $10 Johnstone/Stone single; Johnstone/Fraser, consecutive runs of 10 x 2, 9, 2 pairs and 10 singles.
           Majority Unc. Cat.$2500+. (44) ............................................................................................................................................ $600 - $800


           Australian Tokens
328        Range: Waterhouse, R.S.; Hobart Town, ND ½d x 2, both types and ND 1d x 2 (R.578-580,KM-Tn264,265): Weight & Johnson;
           Sydney, ND ½d x 4, Liverpool 18.5mm, both types and ND 1d (R.587-589,KM-TN267,268): White, Thomas & Son; Westbury, 1855
           ½d, 1855 1d & 1857 1d (R.592-594,KM-Tn269,270): Whitty & Brown, Sydney, ND 1d (R.595,KM-Tn271). Condition, G+ - VF+.
           (13)......................................... ................................................................................................................................................ $300 - $350


           Coins - World
329        LITERATURE: “Coins” by G.C.Heyde [Aust.1945] 52pp; “Primitive Money” 1967-68 H.Schulman (New York) illustrated catalogue
           96pp; 1978 Australian Coin Catalogue; also, Nelson Eustis’ small folder re. 1969 Air Medal. (4 items) ................................ $60 - $80
330        CIGARETTE AND TRADE CARDS: “Greiling Munz Sammlung” 1929 album containing 638 (of 641) cards issued by
           the Greiling Cigarette Company (Dresden) depicting Coins of the World (obverses & reverses) in gold, silver & bronze relief.
           Lacks only 1 each from Rumania, San Salvador & Venezuela. Accompanied by Oct. & Nov.1929 checklists. Mainly fine.
           (638) (Photo)................. ......................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $250
331        COOK ISLANDS: 1965 Self Government: Original artwork for 2 proposed Crown-size coins, the reverses featuring a lagoon scene &
           a native boat; also, original artwork for a proposed series of coins (1c - $1) for Niue, featuring native food plants, a crab, the Endeavour
           and the Nuie flag. An attractive group. (12) (Photo) ............................................................................................................. $150 - $200
332        GREAT BRITAIN: Accumulation with PROOF sets 1983-85 & 2007-08: UNC. sets 1982-87 all x2, 1988, 1988 Aust. Bi-cent., 1990-
           92 x2, 1993-94, 2006-08 and 2009 x2; GB & Northern Ireland sets 1971-72, 1978-79 & 1981-82: Emblems of Britain and Royal Shield
           of Arms Unc. sets: UNC. coins; £5 2001 & 2009, £2 1986-2009 range (11) and £1 1984-87 range (8): Range of crowns 1953-93 some
           carded (13): 9 other items incl. 2006 Ireland £5 George Best b/note & Bobby Moore PNC., 2007 20p silver proof, 2008 £2 - 1oz Unc.
           coin. Some items upto 5x, mixed condition, many in sealed bags as delivered. (75+) ......................................................... $350 - $450
333        ISRAEL: 1974 David Ben-Gurion set of 3. With 500 Lirot GOLD proof (AGW 0.8102) and 25 Lirot silver proof & Unc. pair.
           (3) (Photo)........................................................................................................................................................................$1,200 - $1,300
Lot                                                                         Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate


334       NEW ZEALAND: TOKENS: Ashton, H.; Queen St. Auckland, 1858 ½d, 1862 1d, 1863 1d x 4, 3 different types (A.19,21-24,KM-
          Tn4 & 5): Mixed condition, one penny holed. F - VF+. (6) .................................................................................................. $250 - $300
335       1990 $150, GOLD PROOF, Kiwi. ½oz pure gold. In original RAM case & box. (Photo) ........................................... $700 - $750


          Banknotes - World
336       SOUTH AFRICA: BOER WAR: A set of currency notes produced by the POW Camp Manager for use by Boers
          incarcerated at the Green Point Track. They were only to be used for purchases in the prison canteen.
          The 4 values are 1/-, 2/-, 5/- grey & 5/- bistre-brown; all Unc and with blank reverse. (4) .................................................. $100 - $125
337       UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: 1995 (Krause.496) 1 Dollar, with offset of green printing to the front of the note at left.
          EF. (Photo).......................... .................................................................................................................................................. $100 - $150


          Medals, Medallions & Replicas
338       Range of with 1850’s trade tokens, Newcastle bread tokens (11) and medallions incl. Royal visits, Capt. Cook’s landing,
          Aust. 150th Anniv., 1913 C’wealth Fleet, Australian Racing and Jockey clubs etc. (70) ..................................................... $120 - $200
339       Group with STOKES & SONS PTY LTD, 1956 Centenary medallions in bronze (57mm), same obv. on both. Two different reverses,
          one with a portrait of Thomas Stokes with a citation, the second designed by A. Meszaros. Both EF: Religious group with June 1880
          medallion (31mm) for Cent. of Victorian Sunday Schools; early English Catholic medallion (42mm) for Good Conduct; 2 French
          medallions showing Notre Dame, one dated 1804 the other by Raoul Benard; white metal medallion (40mm) for 1928 International
          Eucharistic Congress, Sydney; 1939 medallion (57mm) for Victorian Catholic Cent. plus 6 bronze medallions (approx 40mm) showing
          different Popes. Mixed grades. (14) ....................................................................................................................................... $100 - $200
340       GREAT BRITAIN: Kabul to Kandahar Star, 1881; 2014 PRIVATE CHAS: JONES 2/60 FOOT. Impressed, extremely fine.
          (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $250
341       Group; 1914-15 Star, British War Medal 1914-18, Victory Medal 1914-19; MS - 3787 PTE. L. SHELCOTT. A.S.C.
          All impressed, very fine. (3) .................................................................................................................................................. $120 - $160
342       Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, second type obverse, 1837-1855; CORPL. PHILIP McARDLE 30TH REGT. 1852.
          Engraved, very fine. .............................................................................................................................................................. $100 - $200
343       Militia Long Service and Good Conduct Medal KEVII 1904; 736 PTE H.T. EVANS. 4TH RL. WELSH FUS. MIL. Impressed,
          extremely fine. Cat. £375-500. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................ $150 - $200


                                                                                       End of Session


               At 3:30pm we will be offering the contents of our “Polar Exploration” auction catalogue


                             Second Session - Tuesday 20th September 2011 at 5:00pm
          Philatelic Literature
344   L   PHILATELIC MAGAZINES: Large accumulation, Australian & foreign, strength in more recent copies but with some earlier
          issues including “THE ‘FRIENDLY’ COLLECTOR”, No.5 July 1926, being an early Australian magazine; “PHILATELY. STAMP
          MAGAZINE FOR THE DISCRIMINATING COLLECTOR” (edited & published by Herbert Rosen, USA) Bound volume with Vol.1
          No.1 to Vol.2 No.12 (Jan.1964-Dec.1965), signed by editor/publisher for Nelson Eustis. Good quantities of: “AUSTRALIAN STAMP
          MONTHLY”; “STAMP NEWS”; “AUSTRALASIAN STAMPS”; “THE AUSTRALIAN EXHIBITOR”; “AP BULLETIN”; “FIAP
          NEWS”; “FLASH” (FIP); “STAMP TALK” (Philatelic Soc. of SA); “PHILATELY IN JAPAN”; “PACIFICA”; “THE ASIA PACIFIC
          EXHIBITOR”. Also, a few illustrated auction catalogues. Minor duplication. (200+)......................................................... $150 - $200
345   L   PHILATELIC EXHIBITIONS: Large accumulation of catalogues, bulletins, conditions, Palmares programs, lists of awards, etc. of
          various National & International Exhibitions, worldwide. Comprehensive range with strength, 1970s to 1990s. Noted: 7th Australasian
          Exhibition Catalogue, Adelaide 1936; Air Mail Exhibition, Melbourne 1937. Includes some extremely colourful publications and some
          hard cover productions. Minor duplication. Ex Nelson Eustis. (200+) ................................................................................. $200 - $300
346   L   VICTORIA: “THOMAS HAM - Pioneer Engraver and Publisher” by J.W. Collings. Signed copy of a transcript given to The Historical
          Society of Victoria, 29th March 1943, No. 21/100. 18 pages with 4 illustrations and two addendums. Plus “Coins and Tokens of
          Tasmania 1803-1910” by R.V. McNiece, 112pp, 1969. (2) ................................................................................................... $120 - $160
347   L   “AUSTRALIAN STAMP MONTHLY”, Feb. 1930 (Vol.1 No.2) to Nov. 1930; Mar. 1931; May 1931; July 1931 to Jan. 1932;
          Apr. 1932; Oct. 1932; Nov. 1932; Oct. 1933; Apr. 1934; July 1934; Aug. 1934; Oct. 1935. [Also photocopy of Vol.1 No.1 (Jan. 1930).]
          Some faults but generally good condition. (27) ..................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
348   L   “AUSTRALIAN STAMP MONTHLY”, Oct. to Dec. 1933; Apr. 1934; May 1934; July 1934 to Apr. 1935; June to Aug. 1935 Oct. to
          Dec. 1935, July 1936, Dec. 1936, July 1937. Some faults but generally good condition. (24)............................................. $120 - $150
349   L   PHILATELIC EXHIBITIONS. Catalogues from: 1934 Melbourne, 6th Australasian; 1936 Adelaide, 7th Australasian; 1938 Sydney,
          8th Australasian; 1947 New York, International; 1950 Melbourne, 9th Australian; 1955 Adelaide, 10th Australian. Also: Prospectuses
          for 1950 Melbourne & 1950 London International. Also, list of Awards: 1932 Sydney, 5th Australasian. . (9)................... $120 - $150
Lot                                                                          Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                              Estimate

350   L          PHILATELIC LITERATURE, noted “”The Postage Stamps of South Australia” by James [Adelaide, c1940s]; “Priced Catalogue of
                 Local Postage Stamps” by Hurt & Williams [UK, 1942-45 + 1948 Supplement]; “Venezia Le Vie Della Posta. Venezia Per L’Europa”
                 (‘Postal History of Venice’) by Rigo [1992]; (5 items) ......................................................................................................... $180 - $220
351   L          “MARKET SURVEY ON PHILATELIC STAMPS AND COINS”, prepared by Nelson Eustis for the Commonwealth Regional
                 Consultative Group on Trade, being a 61pp, perfect-bound, duplicated report. A comprehensive survey compiled after interviews with
                 about 100 relevant people. Rare! ............................................................................................................................................ $80 - $100


                 Australian Commonwealth Stamps - Collections & Accumulations
352   O CTO      Punctured ‘OS’ group with ‘Roo’s punct. large ‘OS’ 1d (2), 3d, 4d (2), 6d, 9d, 1/- & 2/-; KGV range incl. Single, Large Mult.,
                 Sm. Mult. perf 14 & 13½ x 12½ to 1/4, in various quantities. Incl. a few CTO and varieties. Mixed condition. (60+)...... $500 - $750
353   ^O         Boxes with an old time accumulation of Australian States, ‘Roos to 9d and KGV to 5d, majority basic letter rate incl. KGV 1d Reds.
                 Much on piece, noted multiples, many perf. ‘OS’ and private perfins. (100’s) ..................................................................... $200 - $300
354   O*C        Group with a range of Queensland to £1, mint & used (50+), KGV o’pts, a registered cover, 2 mint 1d ‘Roo lettercards and 1½d KGV
      PS
                 lettercard used, BCOF set of 8** (5/- both papers) and 2 Fijian stamps. Mixed condition. (75) .......................................... $200 - $300
355   O          Australian accumulation in a large stockbook with a range of Victoria and other States, range of postage dues incl. blocks, range of
                 Customs Duty to 8d, range of revenues incl. Victoria Stamp Duty and pre-decimal/decimal stamps incl. h/values. Some areas heavily
                 duplicated. Barred numerals, Melbourne time code possibilities. Mixed condition. (100’s) ................................................ $300 - $600
356   ** * O (*) Pre-decimal collection to 1965 on hingeless pages as a mixture of mint & used. ‘Roos incl. 1st wmk to 2/-, 2nd wmk to 5/-, 3rd wmk
                 to 5/-, Sm. Mult. to 10/-, CofA wmk to £1 plus range punct. ‘OS’ to 2/-. Comprehensive range of KGV heads and commemoratives
                 incl. most high values and punct. & o’ptd ‘OS’. KGVI & QEII complete simplified, incl. some coil perfs. and a range of booklet panes.
                 Noted Robes thin & thick ppr **/*, Arms *, Navigators(8) **/*, KGVI 2d Scarlet coil perf. pair, sm. & large holes** and BCOF set
                 with varieties*. Plus a sparse GB collection. Generally fine throughout. (100’s) ........................................................... $1,500 - $2,000
357   O CTO      States, pre-decimal and decimal collection on Hagners plus many in envelopes. With ‘Roos to 10/-, KGV to 1/4 and incl. Robes,
      ^ (*)
                 Arms, Navigators and postage dues. Noted West. Aust. punct. ‘OS’. Lots to go through, patience will reward. (1000’s)... $200 - $400
358   ** *       1913-35 range on Hagner pages; mainly multiples with Plate numbers or Imprints incl. 1913 1d Engraved, 1929 1½d W.A.,
                 1931 Kingsford Smith, Jubilees, Macarthurs, etc. Mixed condition. (130+)......................................................................... $200 - $250
359   O          5 stockbooks with States, ‘Roos, KGV, pre-decimals and decimals, majority in various quantities. ‘Roos as singles, pairs, strips and
                 blocks. Plus bags of States, ‘Roos and KGV. Noted many punctured ‘OS’, POSTMARK and variety potential. (100’s) .. $200 - $400
360   O * **     Large stockbook with 100’s of 1d ‘Roos and other values to 2/- incl. blks of 2/- Maroon, C of A wmk, Die I (26) & Die II (8) plus
                 £2, 3rd wmk with ‘SPECIMEN’ o’pt (2, 1 with o’pt Type C1a). KGV accumulation to 5d with 100’s of 1d Reds, 1d Greens, 1½d &
                 2d Reds, a few MUH/MH plus 2d Scarlet, C of A wmk, o’ptd ‘OS’, pane of 60**. Shades, official and private perfins, varieties, some
                 multiples and postmark interest throughout. Very mixed condition, viewing recommended. (1000’s) .............................. $600 - $800
361   O * **     Stockbook with pre-decimal/decimal range, majority used. Pre-decimal incl. K’ford Smith Plate No. blks, KGV h/value commemoratives,
                 Robes, Arms, Navigators, a few imprint blocks and Postage Dues. Decimals to 2000 with $70+ FV**. (100’s) ................ $200 - $250
362   ** O       Small accumulation with ‘Roos, KGV and other pre-decimals, plus decimals incl. h/values. Group of booklets incl. 1960-62 5/-
      FDC B
                 (12 x 5d blue) QEII, Ed.1/1962 Gen. with wax interleaving. Group of FDC’s incl. a PNC. Mixed condition. (100’s) ..... $120 - $2000
363   O ** *     Pre-decimal/decimal collection incl. Antarctica & Christmas Island with a range of pre-decimal blocks incl. imprints to 3/-
                 and Produce Food. Decimal in mixed quantities incl. high values and mint, FV $160+. (100’s) ......................................... $300 - $400
364   **         6 stockbooks with a heavily duplicated collection, 1966 to 1982, as singles, blocks of 4 & larger, gutter strips and souvenir sheets.
                 FV $1650+. Incl. a few extras. (1000’s) ............................................................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
365   **         3 stockbooks, companion lot to the previous lot. Duplicated collection, 1982 to 1998, as singles, pairs, blocks of 4 & larger,
                 gutter strips, souvenir sheets etc.. FV $1500+. (1000’s) ...................................................................................................... $750 - $850
366   **         3 stockbooks, companion lot to the previous 2 lots. Duplicated collection, 1985 to 2004. FV $1000+. (1000’s) .............. $500 - $600
367   ** O       1966-96 collection on hingeless pages and in a stockbook, vast majority**. Includes Antarctica, booklet panes, Framas,
      FDC B
                 souvenir sheets plus a few used States, pre-decimals. FDC’s and revenues. Noted 4c booklet panes, ‘71 Xmas blk of 25
                 and Antarctic Whales & Dolphins s/sheets with Singapore ‘95 and Capex ‘96 o’pts. Decimal FV $950+. (100’s) ............ $600 - $750
368   ** * O B   1966 to early 2000’s collection in stockbooks or as P.O. packs etc.. Earlier years as singles, later years as gutter strips and blks of
                 4, plus a range of booklets. Also incl. FDC’s, mint and used PSE’s, other postal stationery and P.O. products. Generally fine condition,
                 some duplication, FV $1450+. (100’s) .............................................................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
369   ** B       Range of P.O. packs, 1960-2000, booklets and stamps, incl. Antarctica and Christmas Island. Some souvenir sheets.
                 Some duplication with P.O. packs upto 8x of each. Noted 1966 Antarctic pack with Japanese insert. FV $600+. (100’s) .. $300 - $400
370   FDC C      12 albums of FDC’s, 1950-2010 incl. Christmas Island, Antarctica, commemorative covers, some overseas, PSEs mint & FDI etc.
      PS
                 Some duplication, mixed condition, vast majority fine, high purchase price. OFFERED WITH NO RESERVE. (100’s)$300 - $500
371   C PC       1970’s - 2000 accumulation of covers (600+) and postcards (850+) with local and overseas usage. Single and mixed frankings 12c
      PS
                 to $1.80, incl. 13c, 15c, 20c, 63c etc. rates. Scarer usages and cds postmarks sighted. Mixed condition. (1450+) (Photo) $300 - $400
372   ** PS S    Post Office packs, PSE’s etc. accumulation, incl. Cocos Keeling and Antarctica, circa 1970’s to 1980’s. Packs and souvenir sheets
                 in various quantities upto 60x plus, FV $550+. PSE’s and other postal stationery in quantity, mixture of mint & CTO, majority mint
                 20c to 24c, FV $250+. (100’s) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................. $320 - $400
Lot                                                                              Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

373   ** FDC   From the Estate of Bruce Weatherhead - Stamp and banknote designer. 1977 Test Cricket Centenary, part pack signed by Bruce
      D
               Weatherhead; 10. Mar.1988 Myer Salutes Australia cover signed by Bruce Weatherhead, Margaret Towt and Jim Passmore; range of
               Aust. Post FDC’s and P.O. packs plus Fleetwood FDC’s designed by Bruce Weatherhead; group of 1981 Christmas FDC’s (50+) with
               TB seals, in various formats, signed by the designer of the seals.
               Also, Cocos (Keeling) Islands; group of artists layout boards (8) from the 1981 Christmas and 150th Anniv. of Darwin’s Voyage
               issues; 1982 (Mar.9) letter from Max Polmear (Philatelic Officer) thanking and congratulating Bruce Weatherhead for his designs: File
               of sheets or part sheets, FV $260+. Group of miscellaneous items. (Qty.) (Photo) .............................................................. $500 - $750
374   ** CTO   Pre-decimal/decimal collection to late 1990’s on Seven Seas hingeless pages and in stockbooks. Majority of pre-decimals used,
      OS
               incl. KGV heads and commemoratives, h/values noted. Majority of decimals 1980’s & 1990’s incl. souvenir sheets, booklets and gutter
               strips. Semi-specialized with paper, perf. and booklet variants. Also incl. a good range of show o’pts, koala counts plus 1981, 1995-96
               & 1998-99 Year books. Decimal FV $950+. (1000’s) .......................................................................................................... $600 - $800
375   **       AUST. POST YEAR ALBUMS: 1981 (2), 1982-84, 1986 and 1988-89, all with stamps in place. Plus $110+ FV of Aust. and Antarctica
               MUH. (100’s)....................... .................................................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
376   O ** ^   Large box and plastic tub with many packets and boxes. Pre-decimal with KGV and incl. imprint blocks ** perf ‘VG’. Decimal
      FDC
               incl. bundleware, noted Navs to $1. Large range of FDC’s with pre-decimals plus PSE’s (many mint), maximum cards etc. Noted 2002
               $20 Macfarlane/Henry b/note Unc. Hours of fun here. Will suit variety and/or postmark specialists. (1000’s)................... $300 - $500
377   **       Decimal accumulation, majority from the 1980’s as gutter strips or blks of 4 or 6. Incl. some Antarctica, P.O. packs and sheets.
               FV $900+. (100’s) .................................................................................................................................................................. $450 - $550
378   (*)      FLOOD DAMAGED accumulation from Victoria’s floods earlier this year. As singles, blocks and part sheets to $5.00, incl.
               P.O. packs and FDC’s. From 1966 to mid 1980’s. Very high FV. Some will not be redeemable. Very cheap postage for a little effort.
               (1000’s)....................................... ........................................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
379   **       AUST. POST YEAR ALBUMS: 1985-86, 1987(2), 1988-89, 1991(2) and 1992-94, all with stamps in place, no sleeves.
               Plus Sydney Olympic Games (2), 2006 C’wealth Games, 2008 Beijing Olympics (2) and 2 other. FV $750+. (18) .......... $350 - $450
380   **       1985-2003 collection of full sheets of 50 or 100, with se-tenant designs, both definitives and commemoratives, 30c to 50c.
               Plus a range of souvenir sheets, P.O. packs and S.E. sheets. FV $1500+. (1000’s) .............................................................. $750 - $850
381   **       Decimal accumulation, 1980’s onwards, in original Aust. Post packing, a stockbook or loose. Incl. Barry Humphries,
               A Lasting Legacy and A Rare Breed publications. FV $460+. (100’s) ................................................................................. $240 - $300
382   ** B     Range of P.O. packs and booklets, from the 1980’s to early 2000’s. Duplication in the booklets, noted a few Show overprints.
               Plus a few stamps. FV $800+. (100’s) ................................................................................................................................... $400 - $500
383   ** FDC   Accumulation, incl. Territories, majority 1990’s to 2000’s as singles, sets, strips, P.O. packs, souvenir sheets, Year Books (1998-2001)
      CTO O
               etc.. Incl. 2000 Olympic Album, range of FDC’s with 3 PNC’c and postal stationery. FV $1000+. (100’s) ....................... $500 - $750
384   **       1993-98 collection in a stockbook with singles, pairs, blocks, gutter strips and souvenir sheets. Incl. Christmas Island.
               Some duplication, FV $475+. (100’s).................................................................................................................................... $240 - $300
385   C        PNC’S: 1994 Year of the Family, 1995 End of WWII 50th Anniv. (2), 1997 Bradman, 1998 Bass & Flinders, 1999 Older Persons and
               2000 VICTORIA CROSS. Cat. $500. (7) (Photo) ................................................................................................................ $200 - $400
386   CB       PNC’s: 1994 Year of the Family, 1995 End of WWII, 1997 Bradman, 1998 Bass & Flinders, 2003 QEII Coronation, 2004 Eureka
               Stockade, 2005 Year of the Rooster, Aust. Open & Baton Relay, 2006 Year of the Dog, C’wealth Nations & QEII Birthday, 2007
               Lifesaver (2) & Sydney Harbour Bridge plus 2009 Aust. Post. Plus 5 extras. (21) .............................................................. $200 - $300
387   ** B     Collection on Hagners, to 2010, majority recent years as singles, sets, blocks, gutter strips, Prestige booklets, International Post
               etc.. Incl. some P.O. packs and Special Event Sheets. Some duplication, FV $2350+. (100’S) ............................... $1,400 - $1,600
388   C FDC    PNC’S: group with 1995 End of WWII, 2000 Victoria Cross, 2002 QEII Accession, 2005 Christmas Is. Year of the Rooster,
               Australian Open & Queen’s Baton Relay and 2006 QEII 80th Birthday. Cat. $750+. (7) (Photo) ...................................... $250 - $350
389   LP       “A Selection of the Engraved Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia”, Australia Post 2001, 79pp. Limited edition,
               superbly produced cased book, second in the series with 29 blue proofs produced from the original dies. (Photo) ......... $200 - $300
390   LP       “A Selection of the Engraved Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia - Royalty”, Australia Post 2003, 72pp.
               Third in the series with 32 red proofs including 6 unissued designs. (Photo) .................................................................... $200 - $300
391   LP       “A Selection of the Engraved Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia - Transport & Communication”, Australia Post 2005, 56pp.
               Fourth in the series with 32 green proofs including 1 unissued design. (Photo) ................................................................ $200 - $300
392   FDC      PNC’s: 1999 Older Persons (2), 2002 QEII ACCESSION, 2003 QEII Coronation, 2005 Aust. Tennis Open & Baton Relay,
               2008 Beijing Olympics, 2010 Macquarie, Girl Guides, National Service, Wildlife & The Ashes. Cat. $500+. (12) ........... $200 - $300
393   PS S     Group (7) of Lettercards, lettersheets o’pt “SPECIMEN” incl. 3d QEII envelope and 2 1949 postcards for Paragon franking machines;
      ** ^
               1966-67 Aust. Nature Conservation souvenir sheets of 4, $15 Duck stamps, 10x of each perf./imperf plus imperf. sheet of 15; stockcards
               with pre-decimal imprint blks; bundle of stamps used on piece. Mixed condition. ............................................................. $100 - $200
394   **       AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES: 3 Seven Seas hingeless albums for Australian Antarctic, Christmas Island and Cocos (Keeling)
               Islands, from the first issues to 1994. All appear complete, incl. Show o’pts, apart from Antarctica missing a few of the souvenir sheets.
               Noted Cocos 1990-91 Postage Paid o’pts. Fine**. (100’s) ................................................................................................... $250 - $350
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              Kangaroos
395   O       SMALL ‘OS’ group with 1st wmk. to 2/-, 3rd wmk to 2/- and Sm. Mult. wmk to 5/-. Some 2x or 3x. 3d Olive as both Die I & Die II.
              Many choice copies. (39) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $550 - $650
396                      with mint and used, in varying quantities, singles and blocks incl, inverted wmks, punct. large & small ‘OS’ and G/NSW
      O * ** (*) Stockbook
              plus Specimen o’pts. With 1st wmk to 10/-(Specimen), 2nd wmk to 5/-, 3rd wmk to 10/- plus £1 & £2 Specimens, Sm. Mult to 5/- and
              C of A wmk to 10/- and incl. 10/- to £2 Specimens. Shades and some varieties. Mixed condition. (210) (Photo) ........ $1,500 - $2,000


              Kangaroos - 1st Wmk
397   C       1914 (Jan.15) use of ½d Green + 1d Red together with a Victorian 2½d Blue on a registered returned cover, North Melb. - Port Pirie
              SA. Endorsed at left “Gone to America / Instructed return to sender”. Port Pirie b/stamp. Attractive usage. (Photo) ....... $300 - $500
398   C       1914 (Feb.19) Bundaberg - France cvr with 1d Reds (2) + ½d Green; 1917 (May 8) censored cover Ballarat - Holland, endorsed
              “via America”, with 2d Grey + ½d Green KGV; Advertising cover with Syd. machine cancel to USA, franked with 2½d Indigo + 3d
              Olive. Mixed condition. (3) ................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
399   C PC    Group with early usage 1913 (Jan.15) plain cover & 1913 (Jan.21) Farrow’s Falcon Press ad. cover, 1913(Aug.14) Alliance Francaise
              de Victoria postcard, 1914(Apr.24) “Australia” Weekly Greek Journal ad. cover and 2 other. Mixed condition. (6) .......... $100 - $150
400   C       Usage of 1d Red on Melbourne University covers, 1913 (July 12) punct. Large ‘OS’ and 1914 (Sept.7) punct. Small ‘OS’.
              Both tied by Carlton barred numeral “538”. (2) .................................................................................................................... $120 - $160
401   C       Usage of 2d Grey on 1914 (Feb.28) The Life Insurance Co. of Australia advertising cover and 1914 (July 17) plain cover. (2)
              (Photo)................................... ................................................................................................................................................ $120 - $200
402   O*      2d Grey, perf. Large OS: A well centred * single, plus 7 Used (incl. one on piece dated June 1913, and a strip of 3, one defective).
              (8)............................................................................................................................................................................................$100 - $125
403   C       1914 (Apr.3) registered cover, Broken Hill - Minnesota USA, with 3d Olive, 1d Red horiz. pair + ½d Green; with reg. label
              and h/stamp, backstamps incl. English Mail NSW cds. Sm. faults; also, 1931 cover to NZ, with 1½d Canberra + ½d Green Roo. (2)...
              .................................................................................................................................................................................................$100 - $150
404   C       1915 (Apr.7) use of 3d Olive, Die 1 + KGV 1d Red on a sealed registered, censored, returned cover, Melbourne - Alexandria, Egypt.
              With Egyptian “RETURN TO SENDER” oval & censor mark on the front, 3 line boxed “NON RECLAME..” cachet on the reverse
              together with 3 b/stamps and endorsed “No Contents” plus “MARTIAL LAW” censor tape. (Photo) .............................. $300 - $400
405   C       1915 (Dec.13) use of 3d Olive, Die II + KGV 1d Red on registered cover Collingwood - Nth. Melb, with Nth. Melb. b/stamp.
              (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $350
406   ** *    4d Orange* and 5d Chestnut** singles. Fresh colour, minor faults. (2) (Photo) .................................................................. $200 - $300
407   C       1914 (Oct.10) use of 4d Orange on a registered returned cover, Melbourne - Port Said, Egypt. With 3 lined boxed French / Arabic
              ‘Return to Sender’ cachet on the front and endorsed on the backflap “If not delivered till 1st December please return it back”.
              Very scarce and attractive usage. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................ $500 - $750
408   C       1914 (Oct.7) use of 5d Chestnut on a registered returned cover, Melbourne - Port Said, Eygpt. With 3 line boxed French / Arabic
              ‘Return to Sender’ cachet on the front and red DLO Melbourne backstamp. Very scarce and attractive usage. (Photo) ... $500 - $750
409   C       1915 (Feb.10) use of 5d Chestnut on a registered, returned, twice re-directed, censored cover, Melbourne - Port Said, Egypt.
              With violet censor h/stamps and sealed with “MARTIAL LAW” censor tape. Very scarce and attractive usage. (Photo) . $500 - $750
410   *       9d Violet, perforated large OS. BW: $275. (Photo) ............................................................................................................ $100 - $150
411   *       2/- Brown, a superbly centred, fresh example MLH. (Photo) ............................................................................................. $200 - $250
412   CTO *   5/- Grey & Yellow, with “thick WA coast” & “breaks in Northern Territory coast”. Fine and fresh. ................................. $150 - $200
413   O       10/- Grey & Pink. Fine commercial usage. (Photo) ........................................................................................................... $500 - $600
414   *       £1 Brown & Blue. A left marginal example, as indicated by the wmk. (Photo) ........................................................... $2,000 - $2,500
415   *       £1 Brown & Blue. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................ $1,500 - $2,000
416   O       £1 Brown & Blue. Commercially used at Melbourne, April 1913. (Photo) ................................................................. $1,500 - $1,750
417   O       £2 Black & Rose, commercially used with REGISTERED SYDNEY APR 1915 cds. Very scarce in this condition.
              (Photo).................................. ........................................................................................................................................... $1,500 - $1,750
418   O       £2 Black & Rose. Minor faults. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................. $600 - $800
419   O       £2 Black & Rose, part on piece, commercially used with Registered Sydney cds. Minor creasing, offered as is.
              (Photo)........................... ..................................................................................................................................................... $750 - $1,000
420   S       10/- Grey & Pink, handstamped “Specimen” (Photo) ........................................................................................................ $250 - $300


              Kangaroos - 2nd Wmk
421   O       5/- Grey & Yellow. Commercially used, Registered Sydney cds, Jan. 1917. (Photo) ........................................................ $150 - $200


              Kangaroos - 3rd Wmk
422   C       1920 (Oct.21) use of 2d Grey, Die I, perforated ‘OS’, on a Public Health Dept. Melbourne cover. ................................ $100 - $150
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423   C       1923 (June 23) use of 3d Olive, Die IIB + KGV 2d Scarlet pair on a double weight, returned registered cover Melbourne to the
              British Consulate, Greece. With 7 Australian, Greek and British backstamps, hand endorsed “DLO”. An unusual and very scarce
              usage. (Photo) ................. ..................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
424   C       Aug.1920 usage of 3d Green perf. OS/NSW on OHMS cover from The Australian Museum, Sydney to Belgium,
              with Brussels b/stamp. Rare. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
425   CD      1918 (Dec.12) use of 6d Blue, Die II on a registered, returned cover Melbourne - Andrinople, Turkey, endorsed in blue across
              the front “Return to origin / Reg Ser Suspended” with “AR” cachet and 3 b/stamps. Plus its accompaning “Avis De Reception” form
              franked with 2½d Blue ‘Roo, 3rd wmk (faults). A superb usage and combination. (2) (Photo) ......................................... $350 - $500
426   O       9d Violet, Die II, top marginal block. Fine commercial usage, “PARCEL POST PERTH - 1FE29” cds. (4) (Photo) ........ $100 - $120
427   O       10/- Grey & Pink, used at Adelaide 1918. (Photo) ............................................................................................................. $100 - $150
428   O       10/- Grey & Pink. (Photo) .................................................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
429   O       £1 Light Brown & Pale Blue with “Broken west coast in Bight”; BW.52D, w/c, fine commercial usage. (Photo) ...... $800 - $1,000
430   O       £1 CHOCOLATE & DULL BLUE, perfectly centred and postmarked at “SYDNEY 27FE17”.
              [See Note 1 in BW re the issue date of this shade]. (Photo) ............................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
431   CTO *   £1 Chocolate & Dull Blue. Fine & fresh. (Photo) ........................................................................................................ $1,200 - $1,500
432   O       £1 Chestnut & Dull Blue, INVERTED wmk. W/c, fresh colour. FU. Minor faults. Cat. $3,500. (Photo) ................... $500 - $1,000
433   *S      £1 Chocolate & Dull Blue, opt’d ‘SPECIMEN’, Type B. (Photo) .................................................................................. $400 - $500
434   CTO *   £2 Black & Rose with “Breaks in coast, S.E. corner and N.E. Queensland; BW.56w.
              Lightly cancelled CTO, full gum. (Photo) .................................................................................................................. $2,000 - $3,000
435   CTO     6d Chestnut, block with very fine “G.P.O. MELBOURNE” centrally struck cds. A most unusual multiple. (4) .................. $80 - $100
436   O       £1 Grey. W/c & FU. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
437   O       £1 Grey, from the lower L corner of the pane, by wmk. Fine commercially used. (Photo) ................................................ $200 - $300
438   S*      £1 Grey, o’ptd ‘SPECIMEN’, Type C1a with “damaged ‘C’; BW.53xd. Fine. (Photo) ................................................... $150 - $200


              Kangaroos - Small Multi Wmk
439   O       9d Violet, Ash imprint pair, VFU with part original gum. (2) (Photo) ..................................................................................... $50 - $75
440   C       9d Violet + 1/- Emerald (+ 2d KGV) on airmail cover from “MILLAA MILLAA QUEENSLAND” 15 May 1931
              to England (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $175
441           1/- Emerald + 2d Red KGV on Nov.1931 airmail-rate cvr from MELBOURNE to SCOTLAND; redirected on arrival. $100 - $150

442   *       5/- Grey & Yellow with “Grey spot on L leg”; BW.45, variety not listed. Fresh colour. (Photo) ...................................... $250 - $350
443   O (*)   10/- Grey & Pink with “White spot below ‘Roos chin”, FU and £2 Black & Rose, “SPECIMEN”, MNG. (2) (Photo) .. $300 - $400
444   O       £2 Black & Rose. W/c, fresh colour. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................... $350 - $450
445   O       £2 Black & Rose with “Two breaks in east coast”. A superior fine used copy. (Photo) ..................................................... $500 - $600


              Kangaroos - C of A Wmk
446   ** *    6d Chestnut, Ash Imprint block from Plate 4 [N over A]; very fine & fresh. (4) (Photo) ................................................... $200 - $250
447   O       10/- Grey & Aniline Pink, commercially used. BW: $500. (Photo) .................................................................................. $100 - $125
448   *       £1 Grey, Ash Imprint pair, fine & fresh MLH. [At the recent sale of the Lord Cornwallis collection in London, his £1 Grey
              Imprint pair - not as well centred as this example - sold for £1380 incl. commission]. BW.54za. (2) (Photo) ...... $2,000 - $2,500
449   O       £1 Grey. (Photo) .................................................................................................................................................................. $150 - $175
450   O       £2 Black & Rose, superbly centred FU. (Photo) ................................................................................................................. $400 - $500
451   O       £2 Black & Rose. Fine commercially used Perth. (Photo) ................................................................................................. $300 - $400
452   O       £2 Black & Rose. “’Roo with deformed tail”. FU. (Photo) ................................................................................................ $300 - $400


              1913 Engraved Issues
453   **      1d Carmine-red, Plate No. 4 / imprint block; BW.59(4)z. (8) ............................................................................................... $120 - $150
454   **      1d Carmine-red, Plate No. 4 / imprint block; BW.59(4)z. (8) ............................................................................................... $120 - $150
455   **      1d Carmine-red, lower imprint block. (8) .............................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
456   **      1d Carmine-red, lower imprint block with “Weak entry right of emu’s head”; BW.59(4)o, 4/106. (8) (Photo) .................. $150 - $200
457   **      1d Carmine-red, Left and Right marginal imprint blocks. With units 52 and 62 in L marginal blk showing scratches
              at right and in top R cnr. (16) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
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458   **       1d Carmine-red, Plate 3 Right marginal imprint block. With “Weak top R corner and retouch to top of crown;
               BW.59(3)zc & i, 3/69. (8) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $150 - $200
459   **       1d Carmine-red, Plate 3 Right marginal imprint block. With “Weak top R corner and retouch to top of crown;
               BW.59(3)zc & i, 3/69. (8) ...................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
460   **       1d Carmine-red, Plate 4 Left marginal imprint block. With varieties in Units 41,51 and 61 incl. the listed re-entry in Unit 71;
               BW.59(4)k. (8).............. ......................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
461   C        EARLIEST RECORDED USAGE IN SOUTH AUSTRALIA: 1d Pale Red [Plate 1] marginal pair with partial imprint, attractively
               tied on cover from ADELAIDE with “DE 10/5 0 AM/13” double-circle cds; addressed to Perth.
               “The issue date is definitely 9 December in Adelaide, as shown by the report from the Adelaide Advertiser of Wednesday 10 December
               1913 (page 14). That said though, I have not seen nor heard of an Adelaide FDC before and given that the time on the datestamp
               is 5AM it means it must have been posted late on the date of issue. What a shame the sender didn’t hand it back to the clerk for
               postmarking when he/she bought the stamps. 9 December was the “official” issue date. The PMG tried to control and co-ordinate a
               simultaneous issue in all States by sending out stocks to all GPOs with instructions that they were not to be issued until advised. The
               instruction to issue only came when the last of the GPOs (Perth) acknowledged receipt of their stocks on 8 December. I am pretty sure
               I have seen the actual telegram from Melbourne to the DPMG Adelaide authorising the issue of the stamps on 9 December. It is in
               National Archives Adelaide Branch.” [Research & commentry by Martin Walker, June 2010]. (Photo) ........................ $750 - $1,000


               George V Heads
462   O * **   Stockbook with a comprehensive range of singles, pairs and blocks to 1/4. Covers all wmks and perforations, with punct. & o’ptd
               ‘OS’ and surcharges. Inverted wmks incl. ½d Orange, 1½d Black-brown (MUH blk of 4) and 4d Blue. Imprints incl. 2 pairs (4d & 4½d)
               and 26 blks of 4 to 5d. Shades and varieties throughout. Noted 4d Orange JBC monogram single. Plus small Ethopia group at back of
               album. Mixed condition. (450+) ...................................................................................................................................... $1,200 - $1,500
463   O        Comprehensive partly annotated collection on album pages. Starts with a study of the 1d Red, incl. shades of both papers, varieties
               and Die II & Die III. Then a collection of all values to 1/4, encompassing all watermarks and most perf. variants. Most issues in various
               quantities showing shades. Plus a range of varieties, both identified and not identified by the collector. Noted 4d Orange with “Line
               through ‘FOUR PENCE’”. Generally fine condition throughout. (725+) ....................................................................... $1,200 - $1,500
464   O*       Stockbook with a specialized collection of 1d Reds, covering Die III, Die II and Large Mult. wmk. Majority used, incl. many dated
               copies, official and private perfins; Die III, 45+, 11 with varieties; Large Mult. wmk, 15 copies 3 listed as Cooke printings; Die II incl.
               a single MH, inverted wmk FU, 6 pairs & a strip of 3 used, a group of 1d Greens, plated copies and a large number to be plated plus
               many shades. Mixed condition, duplication throughout, hours of pleasure for the specialist. (625+) .................................. $600 - $800
465   C PS     Mixed group of covers, from University of Melb with perf. ‘OS’ issues incl. 1d Red (4), 1½d Brown (3), 1½d Red (3), 2d Orange, plus
               1919 uprated “THREE HALFPENCE/1d Red” postalcard with ½d Green, returned with 2 line “RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK/
               DAMAGED” h/stamp (faults). Majority fine. (12) ............................................................................................................... $200 - $300
466   C PS     Mixed group with 1921 (Nov.16) 4d Orange KGV Registered Envelope Cairns - Nth Melb, uprated with 1d Red & 2d Orange;
               1921 (Dec.12) reg. cover, Sydney - Melb. with 5d Brown; 1920 1½d & 1930 2d covers with multiple frankings plus 2 other.
               (6)............................. .............................................................................................................................................................. $100 - $150
467   C        Group of 1d Green covers, 1924-33, majority single frankings, 3x 2d rate. Incl. 1925 redirected OHMS cover with Large Mult. wmk,
               punct. ‘OS’ and 3 covers with Sm. Multi., perf 13½ x 12½, punct. ‘OS’. Varieties noted, mixed condition. (19) (Photo) . $120 - $200
468   C        Mixed franked covers with punct. ‘OS’ stamps. 1921 (Jan.12) 1½d Brown & ½d Green Large Mult. wmk; 1920 (Oct.6) postcard with
               1d Red & ½d Green, Single wmk; 1930 (Sept.27) 1½d Red & ½d Orange, Sm. Mult., 13½ x 12½. Fine. (3) (Photo) .... $150 - $250
469   C PC     Group of 1½d Brown covers to the same addressee, punct. ‘OS’, both wmks, incl. OHMS postcard from the Curator’s Office.
               Mixed condition. (6) (Photo) .............................................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
470   C        Useful group of mixed covers at the 2d rate with advertising, semi-officials and redirected, incl. ‘OS’ and ‘VG’ perfins.
               With 2d Orange (2), 2d Red various wmks and “TWO PENCE” o’pt (5). Mixed condition, mainly fine. (20+) ................. $200 - $250
471   C        2 parcel tags from Parke, Davis & Co. Sydney, stamps with private perfins. 1930 (Aug.18) tag with 2d Red-brown, Die II, Sm. Multi.
               perf. 13½ x 12½ and 1936 (Feb.1) registered tag with 4d Olive and 1d Green.. Fine, a very scarce pair. (2) (Photo) ........ $200 - $250
472   C        2d Grey Roo 3rd wmk in combination with ½d Green KGVs on 2 censored covers to USA, dated 6th & 23rd Nov. 1915, first month
               of issue. Plus 1931 (May 22) registered cover, Charters Towers - Sydney with 6d Brown Roo and 1d Green KGV. (3) .... $150 - $200


               KGV - 1914-24 Single Wmk
473   *        ½d Green, CA MONOGRAM single from Electro 2; fine & fresh. [BW.63(2)za]. (Photo) ............................................. $200 - $250
474            ½d Emerald Electro 3 “Cracked Electro through Lower-Left Corner” (advanced state) BW:63A(3)h, with partial April 1916 cds
               from Queensland; cancel well clear of the flaw, Cat. $2000. (Photo) .................................................................................. $600 - $800
475   C        1d Reds on cover group, 1914-17, with 1 unclaimed, 1 re-directed & unclaimed, 1 semi-official, 1916 (Apr.12) advertising cover,
               taxed 2d with 1d postage due x 2 and 2 others. Mixed condition. (6) ................................................................................... $100 - $150
476   C PC     1d Reds on cover group, 1915-18, all punct. ‘OS’, from the University of Melbourne and incl. 1915 postcard from the Dept. of
               Defence and 1918 postcard from the Public Health Dept.. Good range of shades, mixed condition, generally fine. (10) ... $200 - $250
477   ** *     4d Orange block with INVERTED wmk. 2**/2*. Fine, fresh colour. (4) (Photo) .............................................................. $200 - $300
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478   *       4d Buff-orange with JBC Monogram and “Lower L frame worn”, advanced state with .75mm break in frame; BW.110(1)za,g - L56.
              Not listed as such. Minor faults. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
479   *       4d Orange with CA Monogram. Fresh, bright colour. (Photo) ......................................................................................... $250 - $350
480   C       1915 (Apr.10) use of 4d Orange (Inverted wmk) on a sealed registered censored cover North Melb. - Alexandria, Eygpt.
              With Egyptian “RETURN TO SENDER” oval on the front, the reverse with a 3 line boxed “NON RECLAME” cachet and 3 other
              b/stamps. A very scarce usage. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................ $300 - $500
481   C       1917 (Sept.6) registered advertising cover (Olympia Oyster Cafe, Melb.) franked with 4d Pale Orange-yellow, to Nth. Melb;
              BW.110E. Minor opening faults. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................ $150 - $200
482   *       5d Brown, single line perf., lower marginal pair with CA Monogram under L57 and “Damaged N.W. corner, retouched with spike
              above 5, LVT” and “Notched lower L frame”; BW.ze & ma. Davidson/Dix/Rowntree L56 4th State and L57. Not listed as such, single
              line perf. Minor fault. (Photo) .............................................................................................................................................. $500 - $750
483   *       5d Brown, comb perf., lower R corner pair with JBC Monogram and “Retouched N.E. corner, State 1” and “Flawed ‘P’ of PENCE
              & 3 other flaws”; BW.zb(?),u & v. Davidson/Dix/Rowntree R59 1st State and R60 2nd State. Not listed as such. (Photo) $600 - $800
484   C       ½d Orange and 1d Green, punctured ‘OS’ on a 1926 (July 11) OHMS cover, from the Dept. of Health, Commonwealth Serum
              Laboratories, Royal Park. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................... $120 - $160
485   ** *    1½d Black-brown, Harrison two line imprint block, Electro 4; BW.83(4)z. Without the variety at 4L60 but with the variety at 4R55.
              3**/1*. (4) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................................ $150 - $200
486   ** *    1½d Green, Harrison imprint block; BW.88z. 2**/2*. (4) (Photo) .................................................................................. $250 - $350
487   C       1923 (Nov.3) usage of 1½d Green, punct. ‘OS’, on a University of Melbourne cover to Nth Melb. with a part Melb. machine cancel.
              Fine, clean example. ............................................................................................................................................................. $100 - $150
488   C       1921-22 usage of 2d Orange, punct. ‘OS’, all to the same addressee, from the University of Melbourne and the Police Department.
              (5 covers) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
489   C       1930 (Aug.15) usage of 2d Red-brown, perf. ‘OS’, on a University of Melbourne cover to Hawthorn.
              Fine. BW.$350. (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300


              KGV - Large Multiple Wmk
490   O       ½d Pale Emerald Electro 5 “Cracked Electro - second state, left wattles to forearm of kangaroo” BW:65(5)ha,
              an advanced example. With partial VICTORIA machine cancel. A striking example. Cat.$600. (Photo) .......................... $300 - $400
491   **      ½d Green, lower L corner block with CA Monogram, Electro 5; BW.65(5)z. MLH in margin only. (6) (Photo) .......... $150 - $200
492   ** *    ½d Green, lower R corner block with JBC Monogram, Electro 5; BW.65(5)zb. 5**/1*. (6) (Photo) ............................ $150 - $200
493   ** *    ½d Green, Harrison one-line imprint block (“COMMQNWEALTH’); BW.65(7)z. 2**/2*, deep colour. (4) (Photo) .. $250 - $350
494   **      1½d Black brown, block with INVERTED wmk. Fine and fresh. (4) (Photo) ................................................................. $250 - $300


              KGV - 1918-23 Single Wmk
495   O       2d Scarlet, “Retouched (king’s) face” variety [BW: 96(14)e] with partial cds well away from the affected area.
              A superb example of a striking variety. (Photo) .................................................................................................................. $300 - $350
496   C       4d Violet + ½d Orange + 3d Airmail on May 1930 registered airmail cover from MELBOURNE to SYDNEY.
              Attractive cover. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200


              KGV - 1924 Single Watermark
497   O       1½d Scarlet, “Cracked electro” variety [BW: 89(17)m] a more advanced state, from right frame, through emu’s legs, across oval and
              through kangaroo’s thighs. Perforated OS and particularly rare in this combination. (Photo) ............................................ $300 - $350
498   ** *    3d Blue, Die 1, Harrison imprint block, Plate 2; BW.104za. 3**/1*. Minor fault otherwise fine. (4) .............................. $150 - $200
499   ** **   4½d Violet, Mullett imprint block with “”Break in left frame etc.”; BW.118zd & ua. 3**/1*, fine. (4) (Photo) ............. $150 - $250


              KGV - No Watermark
500   ** *    1½d Scarlet, Harrison two-line Imprint block [N over MP with stop], very fine and fresh. BW:90z. (4) (Photo) ......... $250 - $275


              KGV - Small Multi Wmk Perf.14
501   C       28 May 1927 cover from Cloncurry to Sydney; bearing Qantas red/white vignette ‘BY AIR MAIL/See Western Queensland’ (Frommer
              15d) franked 3d Blue (Mullett) Type B (with “white flaw at LL cnr” variety) + 1½d Red KGV. (Photo) ........................ $150 - $175
502   * **    ½d Orange, Mullett imprint block, Electro 9 with “Break in top frame L of crown”; BW.67(9)z & i, 9L60. 1**/3*. (4) . $80 - $120
503   **      1½d Rose-red, Die II, block of the lower 3 rows, with A.J. Mullett imprint. The stamps of the Left and Right panes officially
              replaced due to a major perforation error. Lower, outer and central margins retained and reinforced. The lower margin
              showing the extent of the perforation error: BW.91. A spectacular exhibition piece. (36) (Photo) ...................... $1,000 - $1,250
504   O       2d Red-Brown, Mullett Imprint block, Upper Plate. BW.98z. VFU & very rare thus. (4) (Photo) .................................. $200 - $250
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505   ** *     3d Blue, Mullett Imprint block from Plate 3, MVLH. BW.106z. (4) (Photo) ................................................................... $250 - $300
506   ** *     3d Blue, Die 1a, Mullett imprint block, Plate 3 with “Spot of colour on oval below emu’s breast”;
               BW.105z, 3L60. 2**/2*. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................... $180 - $240
507   *        3d Blue, Mullett Imprint pair from Plate 4, illustrating the A and B types. BW.106za. (2) (Photo) ................................. $180 - $200
508   ** *     3d Blue, Die 1a, vert. pair, Type A, punct. ‘OS’, INVERTED wmk; BW.106aa. Fine. (Photo) ......................................... $180 - $240


               KGV - Small Multi Wmk Perf.13½ X 12½
509   ** *     1d Green, Ash Imprint block from Plate 1 [N over N] with 4 x Die 2; very well centred & fresh. (12)............................ $150 - $200
510   ** *     1d Green lower marginal blk with double perfs at base; BW.81b. Lower 2 units**, minor tone spot at L. (4) (Photo) ..... $120 - $160
511   ** *     1d Green (Die 2): blk.4 + blk.3 - all Die 2’s. Well centred. (7) ............................................................................................ $200 - $250
512   ** *     3d Blue (Die 1) Ash Imprint block from Plate 3; slight loss of second line of imprint but otherwise fine and scarce. 3**, 1*.
               BW: 107z. (4) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $300
513   ** *     3d Blue, Die II, Ash imprint block; BW.108z. 2**/2*. (4) ..................................................................................................... $80 - $120
514   ** *     3d Blue (Die II) Ash Imprint block; fine & fresh. 3**, 1*. BW: 108z. (4)............................................................................. $80 - $120
515   *        4d Olive, Ash Imprint block, BW:116(3)z. (4) (Photo) ........................................................................................................ $150 - $200
516   * **     4d Olive, Ash imprint block, Plate 3; BW.116(3)z. 2**/2*. (4) ............................................................................................ $120 - $160
517   ** *     4d Olive, Ash imprint blk with “Diagonal white line on King’s neck”; BW.116(4)z & k, 4R55. Fine, 3**/1*. (4) (Photo) $150 - $200
518   ** *     5d Light Orange-Brown, Ash Imprint block; fine & fresh. BW: 126z. (4) (Photo) ........................................................... $250 - $300
519   ** *     5d Light Orange-Brown, perforated OS, Ash Imprint pair; rare. (2) (Photo) ................................................................... $200 - $250
520   C        1 May 1931 usage of 1/4 Greenish-blue + 1d Green + 6d Kangaroo paying the 1/11 ½oz airmail rate on a cover from DARWIN to
               England; GB ½d KGV tied by NORWICH arrival machine cancel. Superb. (Photo) ......................................................... $300 - $350
521   C        19 May 1931 usage of 1/4 Greenish-blue + 4d Olive + 3d Airmail paying the 1/11 ½oz airmail rate on a cover from GRENFELL
               NSW to England; roughly opened on back but intact and of fine frontal appearance. (Photo) ........................................... $250 - $300


               KGV - C of A Watermark
522   ** * O   ½d Orange - 1/4 Greenish Blue, specialized collection on partly annotated album pages. Main strength in Imprint blks. (18 blocks,
               pairs) incl. some FU Imprint blks, varieties, M & U singles, positional pieces, etc. Mainly fine. (180+) (Photo) ........ $1,500 - $1,750
523   ** *     3d Blue, Die II, Ash imprint block, Plate 7 with “White flaw below ‘Roo’s paw”;
               BW.109z & h, 7R55. 2**/2*. (4) (Photo) ............................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
524   ** *     4d Olive Ash imprint block, Plate 3; BW.117(3)z. 2**/2*, (4) ............................................................................................. $120 - $160
525   **       1/4 Greenish-Blue, nicely centred & fresh. (Photo) ........................................................................................................... $150 - $200
526   **       1/4 Greenish-blue Ash imprint block; BW.131z. (4) (Photo) .............................................................................................. $500 - $750


               King George V Period
527   **       1927 1½d Canberra, upper left corner block showing a large part of the Plate Number “6”. Very fresh and rare.
               BW: 132ze. (4) (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................................... $600 - $750
528   **       1928 3d Kookaburra Miniature Sheet; superb. ..................................................................................................................... $200 - $225
529   ** *     1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge set. The 5/-*. (4) (Photo) ....................................................................................................... $350 - $400
530   *        1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge set. (4) (Photo) ...................................................................................................................... $350 - $400
531   **       5/- Sydney Harbour Bridge; a superb single. MUH. (Photo) ................................................................................... $1,000 - $1,250
532   **       5/- Sydney Harbour Bridge; centred a little to the right. (Photo) ..................................................................................... $800 - $1,000
533   CTO      5/- Sydney Harbour Bridge. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200


               King George VI Period
534   **       Robes set (Thin paper) in blks.4; superb. (12) (Photo) .................................................................................................... $500 - $600
535   **       £1 Robes, thick paper, blk. Superb**. (4) (Photo) ................................................................................................................ $200 - $300
536   **       1940 A.I.F. set in marginal blocks of 6, each block signed by the artist, Virgil Reilly, whose original design had been featured
               on the cover of The Australian Women’s Weekly in October 1939. The engraving was done by Frank Manley. Reilly’s wife was the
               model for the nurse and the soldier, sailor & airman are actual servicemen who were all casualties by the end of 1942. The blocks are
               accompanied by details of these men, a copy of the painting & an original magazine article. (24) (Photo) ....................... $250 - $300
537   ** *     5/- to £2 Arms imprint blocks. Fine 2**/2*. (16) (Photo) .................................................................................................. $400 - $600
538   **       1951-52 (SG.247) 3½d Brown-purple, KGVI definitive, R marginal block, THIN PAPER (0.086mm);
               BW.253a. MUH. (8) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................. $400 - $500
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               QEII - 1953-65 Issues
539   P        1959-64 (SG.322) 1/6 Christmas Bells DIE PROOF in carmine on yellow wove paper mounted in a sunken frame
               [ACSC:366DP(1)]; with original overlay and violet boxed handstamp on reverse “C.B.A. NOTE PRINTING BRANCH”
               completed in manuscript “61” and the date “5-1-60”. Superb condition. One of only 9 distributed, “61” is from the estate of
               Viscount Dunrossil, the Governor General at the time, and for only a year, following his death in office in 1961.
               (Photo)................. ............................................................................................................................................................ $2,500 - $3,000
540   P        1959-64 (SG.325) 2/5 Banksia DIE PROOF in brown on yellow wove paper mounted in a sunken frame [ACSC:371DP(1)];
               with original overlay and violet boxed handstamp on reverse “C.B.A. NOTE PRINTING BRANCH” completed in manuscript
               “37” and the date “16-3-60”. Superb condition. One of only 10 distributed, “37” is from the estate of Viscount Dunrossil, the
               Governor General at the time, and for only a year, following his death in office in 1961. (Photo) ...................... $2,500 - $3,000
541   **       1963 5d & 2/3 Royal Visit in complete sheets; the latter with perf pips at left. [50th anniversary 2013!]. (240) ................. $200 - $250
542   **       4/- to £2 Navigators set of 6, as blks of 4. Apart from the 4/-, as marginal or cnr. blks. (24) (Photo) ................................. $350 - $450


               First Day Covers
543   FDC      2d & 1/- ANZAC, attractively tied on registered FDC from WOOLLOONGABBA (18 MR 35) to England;
               with DOVER backstamp. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $200 - $250
544   FDC      1935 Silver Jubilee set, very attractively tied on 2 MAY 1935 illustrated FDC from BRISBANE to Sydney. (Photo) .... $250 - $300
545   FDC      1949 (Sept.1) 1/6 Hermes airmail. Continuing the series first offered in our auction of 28th June.
               Beautifully illustrated and hand coloured covers, all to the same addresse. Artist believed to be Towt. (Photo) ............... $100 - $150
546   FDC      1949 (Oct.10) 3½d Universal Postal Union; double franking. (Photo) ............................................................................. $100 - $150
547   FDC      1950 (Apr.12) 2½d Scarlet KGVI definitive; double franking. (Photo) ........................................................................... $100 - $150
548   FDC      1951 (Feb.28) 3d Scarlet KGVI definitive; double franking, cancelled “M.O.SUNSHINE”. (Photo) ............................ $100 - $150
549   FDC      1951 (Mar.28) 2d Green Queen Elizabeth definitive; double franking, cancelled “M.O.SUNSHINE”. (Photo) ........... $100 - $150
550   FDC      1951 (May 1) 3d - 1/6 Foundation of the Commonwealth set of 4; cover 19 x 13cms. (Photo) .................................... $100 - $150
551   FDC      1951 (July 2) 3d Gold & Responsible Government Centenaries. (Photo) ..................................................................... $100 - $150
552   FDC      1952 (Feb.20) 4½d Red & 6½d Brown KGVI definitives. ............................................................................................... $100 - $150
553   FDC      1953 (Feb.11) 3d Green & 3½d Red “Produce Food” strips of 3, on two covers. (2) (Photo) ........................................ $200 - $300


               Decimal Issues
554   **       1970-75 7c Floral Coil strip, LOWER 3 UNITS with variety ‘BUFF OMITTED’, and top unit with buff misplaced to the right
               (BW.535ce). Cat.$900. (4) (Photo) ....................................................................................................................................... $500 - $600
555   **       MISSING COLOUR: 1971-74 (SG.468bb) 7c Sturt’s Desert Pea Coil, single with buff OMITTED, (resulting in loss of shadows on
               flowers). Green misplaced downwards; BW.535ce. With a normal stamp for comparison. BW: $300. (2) ......................... $100 - $150
556   **       MISSING COLOUR: 1971-74 (SG.468bb) 7c Sturt’s Desert Pea Coil, single with buff OMITTED, (resulting in loss of shadows on
               flowers). Green misplaced downwards; BW.535ce. With a normal stamp for comparison. BW: $300. (2) ......................... $100 - $150
557   **       MISSING COLOUR: 1973-80 (SG.551) 8c Opal single with ultramarine OMITTED; BW.644cd. With a normal stamp for comparison.
               BW: $750. (2) (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
558   **       MISPLACED OVERPRINT: 1973-74 Gemstones, 9c on 8c Opal in matched marginal blks of 6, one block with variety ‘Surcharge
               misplaced to right’, accompanied by normal block for comparison. [BW.646c]. Quite striking when seen together. (12) .. $200 - $250
559   **       1975 45c Wildflower, vertical block, all units with grey-green dramatically misplaced to left. [BW.727ci].
               Cat.$800++. (10) (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
560   ** P     1977 (SG.645-46) 18c & 45c QEII Silver Jubilee left marginal imperforate singles. The 45c is a Plate Proof on thicker paper
               than issued stamp, with minor creasing: BW.765b and 766PP(1). (2) (Photo) .................................................................... $150 - $200
561   **       1978 (SG.660a; BW.792b) 18c Kingsford Smith, IMPERFORATE lower R corner block; cpl. bends. (4) ......................... $100 - $150
562   **       MISSING COLOUR: 1978 (SG.673a) 20c Little Grebe, right marginal horizontal strip of 12 with yellow omitted
               from the eye, beak and colour control bars at right. BW.805cb $250 each. [$3000].
               With a Right marginal pair for comparison. (14) (Photo) .................................................................................................. $750 - $1,000
563   ** CTO   1999 (SG.MS1852a & b) Navigators M/Sheet pairs for “Australia ‘99’ with correct perfs, perfs inverted at the top of the sheet and perfs
               reversed; o’ptd “Guiding Young Collectors” or “Supporting Aust. Philately” with perforations inverted at the top of the sheet, doubled
               & misplaced perforations or doubled perforation; CTO with grossly misplaced perforations. (12) ..................................... $250 - $300
564   **       1999 (SG.MS1852c) IMPERFORATE Navigator Souvenir Sheets for “Australia 99” International Stamp Exhibition. Cat. value $960.
               (40 sets.)    $150 - $250


               Official Overprints
565   C        1932 usages of 2d Scarlets, o’ptd ‘OS’, on covers from the University of Melbourne, all to the same addressee. (5) ..... $150 - $250
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566   **     3d Blue KGV, interpanneau block. (24)................................................................................................................................. $200 - $250
567   **     2d Bridge, part sheet; 4 units with light gum tones. (36) ....................................................................................................... $100 - $125


             Booklets
568   B **   1911 (BW: B6(T)A) 2/- Booklet, with red on pink surfaced card covers (red on blue-green inside) containing TASMANIAN 1d
             Mount Wellington (18) + ½d Lake Marion (12). The cover with revised text and in sans-serif type-face. An exceptional rarity.
             At the time of publication [2003] of the Brusden White “Booklets” Specialist’s Catalogue the editor noted “The only examples
             seen are the smaller size booklets for New South Wales and South Australia, with revised text.” (Photo) ......... $6,000 - $7,500
569   B      1927 Canberra Commemorative; BW.B38. Fine and fresh. (5 booklets) .............................................................................. $250 - $350
570   B      1930-34 2/- (12 x 2d) Green on Pale Green Cover, KGV 2d Red Die III, C of A wmk. Back cover re-designed to show parcel rates;
             BW.B43. 2 hinge marks on back cover, otherwise fine. (Photo) ......................................................................................... $400 - $500
571   B      1966-67 (Pf.B95-100B) 60c, 4c Red QEII, Helecon paper. Set of 6 slogans in complete booklets, all Edition V67/1. (6) . $400 - $500
572   B      Group with 1967-68 $1 QEII(20 x 5c Blue), Ed. V67/3 & G67/4 (BW.B127B & F), 1968 $1 Famous Australians, Ed. N69/2, stapled
             remake (BW.B130Jw) and 1970-71 $1.20 Famous Australians, no Ed. code, stapled remake (BW.B135dw). Cat $305. (4)$150 - $200
573   B      1968-69 $1 Famous Australians group with Editions N68/3 (5), V68/3, G68/4 and N69/2 (2). With tropical interleaving G68/3 (2) and
             G69/1. Cat.$550+. (12 bklts) ................................................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
574   B      Group with 1969 $1 Prime Ministers, Edition N69/3 (2); 1970 60c Famous Australians, 60c (2), $1.20, No insert pages (3) and 3 insert
             pages, Edition N70/3; 1972 70c Prime Ministers, Fisher/Hughes (3), Cook/Bruce (3) and $1.40, Editions N71/3d (5), N71/3e (2) and
             N72/1d (2) and 2 others. (25 bklts) ........................................................................................................................................ $100 - $200
575   B **   1997 Wetland Birds, Trial Booklets of 20 self adhesive stamps. Issued to a limited number of Post Offices in Victoria and very limited
             release through the Philatelic Bureau. Retail value: $80+ each. (10) (Photo) ...................................................................... $200 - $300


             Postage Dues
576   * **   Simplified group on hingeless album pages with 1909-1910 set to 10/-, wmk Crown over doubled-lined A (SG.D63-72); 1922-30, ½d
             to 6d, 3rd wmk (SG.D91-97); 1931-36, ½d, 1d, 2d, 4d & 6d, C of A wmk (SG.D112-14, 116 & 118); Plus 1913-21 1/- blk of 4, wmk
             Crown/Doubled-lined A, perf. 14 (SG.D85). Mixed condition, majority fine*. (26) ............................................................ $400 - $500
577   **     1902 (SG.D1) ½d Emerald-Green, complete sheet showing many ACSC listed plate flaws including “BUE” for “DUE”,
             “White scratch through HALF”, “White flaw left of top serif of 1”, “2nd N of PENNY broken”, “F P of HALF PENNY joined”, etc.
             Mostly very fine **; a cpl units with hinges and tone spots. Margins complete; a rare survivor. ACSC:$2000++. (120) ... $600 - $800
578   **     1902-09 (SG.D2) 1d Emerald-green, wmk Inverted, single-line perf. 11.8, top R corner block with “’PE’ of PENNY joined” [Unit 6]
             and “White flaw at base of first ‘N’ of PENNY [Unit 11]; BW.D4. Fine. (4) (Photo) .......................................................... $200 - $300
579   **     1902-09 (SG.D4) 3d Emerald-green, wmk Upright, single-line perf.11.8x11.5, block with “Large scratch through ‘STAG’ of
             POSTAGE” & “White flaws below Roo & 3”; BW.D10a. Light toning along central perfs. does not distract. (4) (Photo) $160 - $200
580   C      1907 (July 27) usage of 4d, [Converted NSW Plate, perf. 11.8 x 11.5) on face of cover with Tas. 2d Pictorial (indistinct cancel) to
             Hobart. with arrival b/stamp; BW.D11. .................................................................................................................................. $80 - $100
581   O      1902 (SG.D6; ACSC.D13) 6d Emerald, block; with lower left unit showing “SW” of “NSW” not fully removed [D13e - $250].
             A scarce variety, especially in a fine used multiple. (4) (Photo) ...................................................................................... $250 - $300
582   O      1902-4 (SG.18) 10d Emerald-Green, FU single with large white flaw at centre of “0” in “10”. ............................................. $50 - $75
583   **     1902-4 (SG.D26; ACSC.D32B) 4d Dull Green, MUH. (Photo) ......................................................................................... $100 - $125
584   *      1909-10 (SG.D72) 10/- Rosine & Yellow Green, wmk Crown over double lined A, thick paper. (Photo) ........................ $200 - $300
585   ** *   1922-30 (SG.D95) 3d Carmine & Yellow-green, Ash imprint blk., N over N. Lower L unit with “Broken shading and frame R of stop”;
             BW.109zb & r, E10. Fine, 2**/2 MVLH. (4) (Photo) .......................................................................................................... $160 - $200
586   CTO ** * 1922-30(SG.D96) 4d Carmine & Yellow-green, 3rd wmk, perf. 14, CTO GPO Melbourne.
             Fine with full original gum. (4) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................ $100 - $120
587   **     1931-36 (SG.D100) 1d Carmine & Yellow-green Ash imprint blk, N over A with “Broken L frame of value tablet”
             and “L frame of value tablet buckled”; BW.D114z?,p & q, R9 & 10/1. Not listed by BW as such, Plate 2?. (8) (Photo) .. $200 - $300
588   C      1950(Aug.28) local Busselton cover with uncancelled WA 1d Revenue, taxed 5d, franked with ½d marginal blk of 4 (1938 Original
             Value Plates & Intaglio Frames) and 1d Redrawn Frames(3). A very scarce combination and usage. (Photo) .................. $160 - $200
589   **     1938 (SG.D117) 6d Carmine & Yellow-Green, block with lower left unit showing large white flaw through base of value tablet;
             not listed in BW. (4) (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................... $300 - $325
590   **     1938 (SG.D118) 1/- Carmine & Yellow-green, Ash imprint blk, Sheet A (no dot); BW.D128z. (4) (Photo) ...................... $150 - $200
591   **     1946-57 (SG.D121) 2d Bright-Carmine & Deep Yellow-Green with “Misplaced centre” variety. Most attractive. [BW.D131c].
             (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $120 - $150
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592   PC C      1900-31 range of Australian & foreign postcards with postage dues or short-paid tax markings. Includes local, inwards and outwards
                cards with Australian (39), Great Britain (4), New Zealand (3) and 2 others. Noted 1904 Antigua to New Zealand, franked ½d, taxed
                1d. Mixed condition. (48) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $500 - $600
593   O*        COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: Mainly used, with 1902 set to 5/-, blank base (8d*), 1902-04 set to 5/- (various perfs),
                1906-08 set less 3d, 1907 set less 2d (½d & 1d*) and 1908-09 1/- and 5/-. Some duplication, mixed condition. (36) ........ $200 - $300
594   O * (*)   Partly duplicated collection on hingeless pages. Starts with NSW 5/- & 20/- CTO and incl. 1902 Blank base set to 5/-, 1902-04 set
      CTO
                to 5/- (various perfs.), 1906-60 sets as full and part sets to 5/-. Earlier issues majority used, later issues majority MH or MUH. Mixed
                condition, high catalogue value. (105+) ................................................................................................................................ $600 - $800
595   PS        POSTAL HISTORY: Sept.1906 usage of 2c Envelope from New York to SYDNEY; with large “15/T” and “3d” in black applied on
                front; 3d Due tied on delivery; San Francisco and Sydney backstamps. Scarce. (Photo) ................................................... $200 - $250


                B.C.O.F.
596   ** P      PROOF: 3d KGVI with Trial B.C.O.F. overprint in black, thin seriffed type. [BW.J3PP(2)A].
                With [2006] B.P.A. Certificate. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................... $250 - $300
597   **        1d Queen, blk.4 with variety “BLUE-BLACK OVERPRINT” [BW.J2c] accompanied by a blk.4 with normal overprint for
                comparison. Cat.£230+ (8) (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200


                Revenues
598   O **      1942-71 Tax Instalment collection on annotated pages incl. 1944 A & B halves to £10, 1966 plain background, A half to $20, 1971
                moire background majority AB pairs to $200, 1971 moire background B half to $200 & 1966 plain background blocks and pairs o’pt
                SPECIMEN. Plus Telecom Dispensing machine 2/- pair, ACT and Northern Territory groups. Generally fine. (150+)...... $500 - $600


                Postal Stationery
599   PS        Mixed used group with POSTAL CARDS; 1911 KGV 1d Red (3) and 1915(Jan.27) 1d Red ‘Roo censored and returned, Melb. - Port
                Said, Egypt: LETTER CARDS; 1d Blue-black ‘Roo (CAIRNS RAILWAY, QUEENSLAND), 1d Grey-brown ‘Roo (oval BOTANIC
                GARDENS PORTLAND, VIC), 1d Red-browm ‘Roo (oval CAIRNS RAILWAY, QUEENSLAND), 1d Dark blue KGV (oval “OFF
                FOR THE SEAT OF WAR” ship no. deleted) and 2d Orange KGV (oval HAWKSBURY RIVER N.S.W.); Plus 1d ‘Roo PTPO
                envelopes, Shire of Dandenong (2). Mixed condition. (11)................................................................................................... $200 - $250
600   PS        Group of used KGV Octangonals PTPO envelopes; 1d Red(5), 1d Green(2), 1½d Red(3), 1½d Brown(3), 2d Red(3) and
                2d Orange(2). With R.J. Moore, Parke, Davis & Co., Craig Williamson & Co., Vacuum Oil Co. P/L, semi-officials incl. Carrum,
                Dandenong & MMBW. Noted 1d Red cover uprated ½d, cancelled “ASPENDALE, 30OCT.18”, double circle, WWW.10A, rated
                RRR. Mixed condition. (18) (Photo) .................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300


                Postal Cards
601   PS        1911 (P5) 1d KGV Fullface, with photographic scenes of Victoria: “BOURKE ST.”, “SPRING ST.” & “SWANSTON ST.”;
                fine Unused (3) $150 - $175


                Commonwealth Postal History
602   PS        1913 (Feb.26) usage of ½d Victoria, uprating 1d Fullface KGV postal card, VFU from MELBOURNE to GERMANY with commercial
                message on back. A fine example of the early mixed-franking period. (Photo) .................................................................. $200 - $250
603   PC        1925-36 Avis De Reception cards with various 3d frankings incl. KGV 1½d Red (2), 3d K’ford Smith Airmail, 3d KGV 3d Blue,
                Sm. Mult. perf 13½ x 12½ and 3d Tas. Cable. Mixed condition. (4) .................................................................................... $120 - $150
604   C         Registered 1931 ANA Christmas cover, GB - Australia, flown 7 Jan.1932 (AAMC.245); Tourist folder of b/w photos of Brisbane, to
                England, with red “POST OFFICE/MARITIME/MAIL” cancel, endorsed “From...Mess 4 / H.M.A.S Ping Wo” and internally “Anzac
                Day Apr.25th 1946”. With 2 pages of research re the Ping Wo, decommissioned by Aust. Navy June 1946. (2 items) ...... $100 - $150
605   C PC      1939-67 covers & postcards with solo frankings of 1/- Lyrebird (2), 2/- Tasmania Sesqui, 1/- & 2/- 1956 Olympics & 2/3 Wattle
      FDC
                (white) to France, Sweden (2), Scotland & USA (2); 1955 & 1960 covers, mixed franking airmail covers with 2/- Green Olympics to
                Canada & Poland; 1967 airmail cover to Denmark with 2/- AAT plus several other items. (11).......................................... $200 - $250
606   C         1940 (Mar.13) registered cover, Lord Howe Island - Sydney, franked 5d with KGVI 2d and 3d Die II (White face & leaves).
                2 b/stamps incl. “VAUCLUSE DEPOT”. Very scarce combination. (Photo) ...................................................................... $120 - $150
607   C         1958-65 a range of covers to England at the 2/3 airmail rate with solo and multiple frankings, including 2 double rate covers, a triple
                and a quadruple rate example. Majority fine condition. (12) ................................................................................................. $200 - $250
608   C         POSTMARKS: 1915 (Oct.6) cover with KGV 1d Red, cancelled “ALMA - VIC”, arcs 7½, 7; WWW.20, rated RRR. 5½ years earlier
                than listed.................. ............................................................................................................................................................... $80 - $100


                Australian Aerophilately
609   PC        16 June 1914 (AAMC.3) flown Guillaux postcard Melbourne - Sydney, from the Dent family, numbered “1111”.
                Minor faults. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
610   C PC      1929-36 range of first or special flight covers, incl. AAMC.133, 162, 222, 245, 278, 464, 517, etc.
                Mixed condition. Cat.$1800+. (17)........................................................................................................................................ $250 - $350
611   C PC      1929-38 group, some better items, mixed condition. (13) ..................................................................................................... $200 - $250
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612   C          1931-34 (AAMC.187,360,370,389a,393 & NZAC.79) group of England / Australia and Australia / New Zealand flights as listed,
                 with 3 other items. Fine; 2 reg’d. Cat.$300+. (9 items.) ........................................................................................................ $150 - $175
613   C          24 July 1934 (AAMC.395a & b) Australia - Papua, in the ‘Faith in Australia’ VH-UXX, intermediates, Melb. - Brisbane & Cairns,
                 Sydney - Brisbane, Brisbane - Cairns (with cachet), Rockhampton - Cairns, Sydney & Melb., Cairns - Rockhampton, Brisbane &
                 Melb. All with relevant b/stamps. (10) (Photo) .................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
614   C PC D     20 Oct.1934 (AAMC.444,445 & 446) MacRobertson Air Race group on annotated pages relating to the ‘official’ mail carried by
                 KLM Douglas DC2 ‘Uiver’: 10 flown covers incl. Holland - Java, Holland - Australia, Holland - Batavia - Australia, later 1934 covers
                 (2) incl. Dec. crash in Iraq, with enclosed British P. O. slip stating “contents may be missing”, red KLM publicity card for the flight, 4
                 postcards and other related items. (19 items) (Photo) ........................................................................................................... $500 - $750
615   B          26 Mar.1940 (Frommer.56c) Qantas white/blue special vignette “BY AIR MAIL / Par Avion”, complete booklet with 3 full strips
                 of 8, staple and covers displayed on annotated album page. Cat.$500. (Photo) ........................................................... $300 - $400
616   C PS       1951-60 group, comprising AAMC.1286 registered from Canberra with 10 backstamps, AAMC.1362, AAMC.1397 10c Air Letter,
                 AAMC.1397a Melbourne - Honolulu & Melbourne - San Francisco and AAMC.1443. Cat.$140+ (6) ................................ $80 - $120
617   PS         2 June 1953 (AAMC.1318b) Qantas QEII Coronation special flight, set of souvenir Air Letters including both to & from
                 intermediates. AAMC:$1300+ (26) ..................................................................................................................................... $500 - $750
618   **         circa 1955 (Frommer.100b) sheet of QANTAS multi-coloured vignettes in an ‘art-deco’ style issued to publicise a variety of new
                 destinations. Cat $300. (15) ................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $250


                 Australian Colonies
619   ** O *     Stockbook covering all States with singles, pairs, strips, blocks and part sheets from the earlies onwards incl. State and ‘OS’
                 perfins, surcharges & o’pts, revenues and fiscals. Tasmania (240+) with imperfs, Chalons, Tablets to 1/- and Pictorials incl. blks
                 of 4 and larger; NSW (45+) incl. Sydney Views (3) and Consumptives Home pair; QLD (40+) Chalons to 5/-; Sth. Aust. (50+)
                 with 2d imperf and ‘Long’ stamps to 1/-; Victoria (80+) with 3d Half Length (2), 2/- Woodblock and Stamp Duties to £5, noted
                 £2 Blue KEVII; West. Aust. (60+) range starting with imperf. 1d Black, MNG. Mixed condition, viewing will reward. (525+). .
                 ...........................................................................................................................................................................................$1,000 - $1,500
620   O*         Collection on pages with NSW (70), Queensland (48), South Aust. (57), Tasmania (69), Victoria (127) and Western Aust. (67),
                 majority used. Each State starts with imperfs and incl. mixed range to later issues. NSW incl. Laureates and Diadems, Qld.
                 Chalons incl. 1882-95 £1 Deep green*, South Aust. 1d & 2d (2) imperfs, Tasmania 1853 1d (2) & 4d and Chalon imperfs,
                 Victoria 3d Half lengths (3) and 6d & 2/- Woodblocks and Western Aust. 1854-64 1d to 1/- (5) Swans imperf. Mixed condition,
                 high catalogue value. View to fully evaluate. (430+) ................................................................................................... $1,200 - $1,600


                 New South Wales
621   O          1850 (SG.9) 1d Crimson-lake, Sydney View, Plate II with clouds on hard greyish paper. Fine 4 margins, R close.
                 (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $300
622   O          1850 (SG.12) 1d Brownish-red Sydney View, hard greyish paper. Fine 4 margins, lower R margin close. (Photo) .......... $250 - $300
623   O          1851 (SG.31) 2d Ultramarine, Sydney View, hard bluish grey wove paper. Double lined bale etc.
                 Fine with 4 full margins. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
624   ** O (*)   1897 (SG.280-81) 1d (1/-) & 2d (2/6) Consumptives Home - Charity: 1d x 10 (2 used) and 2d x 4 (1 used),
                 mixed condition. (14) (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................... $400 - $500
625   CTO        1888-90 (SG.048) 20/- Cobalt-blue, Centennial o’ptd ‘OS’, 5/- wmk (sideways), perf 10. (Photo) .................................. $300 - $400
626   PC         OFFICIALS: Mar.1906 usage of 1d Shield, perforated “OS NSW”, FU on O.H.M.S. postcard from Sydney (Director of the
                 Botanic Gardens) to INDIA, acknowledging receipt of seeds; with TUTICORIN (30/3) & BARODA CAMP (2/4) arrival cds’s.
                 (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $100 - $125
627   C          Sept.1912 use of 1d Shield pair & ½d QV, perforated “OS/NSW” on OHMS Department of Agriculture, Entomological Branch
                 envelope from THE EXCHANGE to BELGIUM. 9 Oct. arrival backstamp. Scarce usage. (Photo) ................................. $150 - $175
628   PS         POSTAL STATIONERY: REGISTERED ENVELOPES: 1889-1906 a range (mint (12), used (21), REPRINT & SPECIMEN) with
                 Four Pence envelopes from 1889 printing (H&G.4c); 1890 printing (H&G.5); 1892 Size F (H&G.8); Three Pence envelopes from 1891
                 Size G (H&G.7a) with boxed REGISTRATION; 1899 Size F & G (H&G.11 & 11a) and 1901-06 printings Size G incl. SPECIMEN
                 example. Some good usages & frankings to USA, New Zealand, Hungary, Canada and internally.
                 Useful accumulation as a basis for a study. (35) .................................................................................................................... $400 - $600
629   PS         1889-1890 Department of Public Instruction envelopes (H&G.10): 1d Centennial design, with mint example for Public School Savings
                 Bank Returns; also used examples from Hillston in March 1890 & Tighes Hill in March 1894. (3) ..................................... $90 - $120
630   PS S       1892 Crop Reports: 2d Emu with OS plugs added on long envelope (228mm x 99mm) mint; 4d brown Cook on similar envelopes
                 overprinted SPECIMEN & CTO. (3 items) ........................................................................................................................... $200 - $250
631   C          POSTAL HISTORY: July 1878 usage of 6d pale lilac (SG.217) on cover from Sydney to England; carried by the “City of Sydney”
                 (owned by Pacific Mail Steamship Co of NYC) from Sydney to San Francisco via Auckland & Honolulu. “COCHESTER SP 2 1878”
                 arrival cds on back. Very fine condition. (Photo) ................................................................................................................. $120 - $150
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632   C       1889 (July 24) usage of GB 1887 1½d (2) + 2d with 1d lilac on cover from MARLBOROUGH to SYDNEY; with boxed “ADVERTISED
              / UNCLAIMED” h/s. Returned to England, with the Returned Paid Letter Envelope in which it was sent from London; backstamped
              on arrival one year, one week after posting. (2 items) (Photo) ............................................................................................. $200 - $250
633   C       May 1889 usage of 1d Lilacs (6) tied by “TRAVELLING P.O. NORTH NSW MY 24 89” cds’s on cover (roughly opened resulting
              in part flap missing) to England. Cover endorsed “Via Brindisi” and shows instructional h/stamp 2-line “DEFICIENT POSTAGE
              6(d)/FINE 6(d)/ 1/-” and endorsed in blue mss “over ½oz”. Carried by P&O “Oceana” to Brindisi. (Photo) .................. $250 - $300
634   O^      POSTMARKS: Selection of Ray Numerals on [6d] REGISTERED with 4, 30, 36, 43, 50, 55, 59, 99, 102, 132, 268 of Tableland,
              309 of Tumberumba and 358 of Nattai. The first 3 with Papermaker’s wmk the remainder wmk ‘6’. All fine to very fine, ‘36’ re-hinged
              to piece. (13) (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $300 - $400


              Queensland - Moreton Bay District
635   ^       POSTAL HISTORY: 1855 front addressed to Ipswich bearing strip of 2d Diadems (4) tied by partial BN ‘81’ of WARWICK,
              mss ‘Registered’ at left. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................... $200 - $250


              Queensland
636   *       1907-12 (SG.309,309a & 309b) QV 2/6 vermilion, Crown over A wmk, the vermilion, dull orange & reddish orange printings.
              Fine & fresh. Cat.£285+. BW:$450. (3) ................................................................................................................................ $150 - $200
637   * (*)   REVENUES: STAMP DUTY: Mint group with 1866 no wmk, 6d; 1869 with wmk, 1d & 1/-; 1871 with burelé band, 1d pair,
              6d VIOLET, 6d Brown, 1/- & 20/-; 1873 without burelé band, 2/-, 5/- & 10/-. Mixed condition. (12) (Photo) .................. $300 - $400
638   O       STAMP DUTY: Group with 1866 no wmk, 6d, 2/6, 5/- & 20/-; 1869 with wmk, 1d, 6d, 1/- & 2/-; 1871 with burelé band,
              6d VIOLET; 1873 without burelé band, 1d, 6d, 1/-, 2/-, 2/6, 5/- & 20/-; Plus 1882-95 2/-, 2/6, 10/- & £1 h/values fiscally used.
              Mixed condition. (20) (Photo) .............................................................................................................................................. $500 - $600
639   C       POSTAL HISTORY: Aug.1868 “town letter” with 1d vermilion tied by Rays “10”, backstamped ROCKHAMPTON and, apparently
              overweight and taxed “2d” with large mss numeral on front. (Photo) ................................................................................ $400 - $500


              South Australia
640   C       Aug.1857 cover from MACCLESFIELD to ENGLAND; with 6d Deep Blue (SG.3) tied by BO “54” with the town stamp alongside.
              Arrival b/s “JA 6 1858” [4 month transit per private ship]; with handstruck “3” accountancy mark applied at Adelaide, split for private
              ship letters. Pleasing appearance. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................ $500 - $750
641   C       Apr.1881 entire from Adelaide to London with 6d Prussian Blue (SG.139) + 2d Orange tied by GPO ADELAIDE duplex.
              Endorsed “per Orient Liner via Naples”, carried by the “Lusitania” direct to Naples. Rate: 8d per ½oz via Naples.
              London arrival b/stamp (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................... $300 - $350
642   *O      1902-12 Long Types, thin and thick POSTAGE, with 3d (3), 4d (2), 6d (4), 8d (2), 10d (3), 2/6 (2) and 5/- (2) all mint. 3d, 4d, 6d,
              9d, 1/-, 2/6 and 5/- used with official & private perfins. 4d and 6d pair used, punct. ‘OS’. £1 Blue fiscally used. Plus £2, 50/- (2), £3,
              £4, £5 and £15 all o’ptd “SPECIMEN”. Mixed condition, useful group. (36) ...................................................................... $350 - $450
643   PS      POSTAL CARDS: 1904 (H&G.5) 1d brown card used 1905 (May 10) Mt. Barker - Murray Bridge, with pen & ink sketch on message
              side titled “Persuasion” (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................. $80 - $100


              Tasmania - featuring the John Bell collections of Reprints, Specimens & the Pictorials
644   *       REPRINTS: 1853 1d Courier in blue, sheet of 24 from the defaced plate prepared in 1889 for UPU distribution.
              Very fine condition. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................... $1,000 - $1,250
645   *       REPRINTS: 1853 4d Courier, Plate I, yellow brown, sheet of 24 from the defaced plate prepared in 1889 for UPU distribution.
              Very fine. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
646   *       REPRINTS: 1853 4d Courier, Plate II in black, sheet of 24 from the defaced plate prepared in 1889. On thin card with minor
              reinforcing on reverse. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................... $1,400 - $1,600
647   *       REPRINTS: 1853 4d Courier, Plate II in yellow brown, sheet of 24 from the defaced plate. With collector’s annotations in
              margin. Fine condition. (Photo) ..................................................................................................................................... $800 - $1,000
648   **      REPRINTS: 1853 4d Courier, Plate II in pale yellow brown, sheet of 24 from the defaced plate. On thin card in very fine
              condition............................................................................................................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
649   *       REPRINTS: 1853 4d Courier, Plate II in black, sheet of 24, prepared in 1889 from the defaced plate. Fine condition, reduced
              margins, some annotation on the reverse. (Photo) .................................................................................................... $1,000 - $1,200
650   *       REPRINTS: 1871 group of Sideface and Chalon issues current at the time (excl. 1d, 4d Chalons & 3d, 5/- Sidefaces) printed on
              unwatermarked paper for use as presentation examples before SPECIMEN overprints were adopted. Only 480 prepared. Interestingly
              it includes 4d blue Sideface that had been withdrawn to avoid confusion with 9d. (7) (Photo) .......................................... $400 - $500
651   *       REPRINTS: 1871 1d., 2d., 3d. & 4d. Sidefaces on un-watermarked paper overprinted ‘S’. Believed to be essays for the
              subsequent reprints. Noted by the vendor as the only recorded known examples. Ex Slade Slade. (4) (Photo) ........ $600 - $800
652   *       REPRINTS: 1879 perforated group printed on thin unwatermarked paper incl. 1d & 4d Courier (from defaced plates), 1d (2), 2d. & 4d
              Chalons, 3d., 2/6, 5/- & 10/- (2) St George & Dragon and 4d Sideface before REPRINT was adopted.
              Prepared to accommodate requests by overseas Postal Administrations for current issues although Couriers and Chalons were
              obsolete by this time. (13) ...................................................................................................................................................... $500 - $700
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653   *          REPRINTS: collection of Chalons, Sidefaces and St George & Dragon issues printed on un-watermarked paper overprinted “REPRINT”
                 (17mm x 2.5mm) from 1871 remainders on thin paper or 1879 remainders on hard thin paper. With values to 5/- Sideface and 10/- St.
                 George, incl. marginal pair of 5/- St George. Noted 3d St George & Dragon with inverted o’pt (3). Comprehensive lot in fine condition.
                 (53).............................. ........................................................................................................................................................... $600 - $800
654   *S         SPECIMENS: collection of Platypus (1d, 3d., 6d. & 1/- ) and St George & Dragon issues (2/6 (2), 5/- (3), & 10/- (3)) optd.
                 “SPECIMEN” (17 by 2.5mm) in 1886, incl. unlisted “SPECIMEN” (22 x 2.75mm) diagonally on imperforate 2/6 St George. &
                 Dragon. (13) (Photo)......................... .................................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
655   S (*) * ** SPECIMENS:   collection on thick unwatermarkd card, printed in 1889 without overprint, to fulfil UPU distribution requirements incl.
                 1d & 4d Couriers from defaced plates, Chalons (all values) as singles & blocks upto blk of 8, 4d blue Sideface (2)& block of 4, St
                 George & Dragon issues in blks of 4 and 5/- value in blk of 30. Fresh lot. (109) .............................................................. $800 - $1,000
656   S * **     SPECIMENS: 1889-96 “SPECIMEN” overprints (19 x 2.5mm) on Sidefaces incl. ½d orange (3), 10d black (3, incl. DOUBLE o’pt),
                 3d red brown, 1d, 2d, & 8d London printings, 4d pale bistre and 9d blue, with multiples of ½d orange, 3d red brown (Plate 5 blk), 8d
                 DLR and 10d black. Plus Platypus set to 1/-. Generally fine condition. (74) ........................................................................ $500 - $700
657   S * **     SPECIMENS: 1892-99 Tablet series, ½d to £1, overprinted “SPECIMEN” (19 x 2.5mm) incl. broken ‘C’ variety on 4 vals. to
                 £1 and double overprint on 5/- pair. Multiples incl. 5/- & £1 strips of 3 and Plate No. marginal pairs of 2½d, 5d, 10d, 2/6 & 5/-.
                 Some duplication (shades), fine condition. (43) (Photo) ............................................................................................ $1,200 - $1,400
658   * ** (*)   REPRINTS: 1900 collection of all Tasmanian issues prepared and overprinted “REPRINT” for use on Presentation and Display sets
                 with Chalons to 1/-, St George & Dragon issues to 10/-, Sidefaces to 5/-, Platypus series to 6d. Includes multiples of Sideface values to
                 5/-, St George & Dragon to 10/-, 6d & 1/- Chalons and part sheet (28) of 2d yellow green Chalon. Some duplication with shades and
                 varieties. Comprehensive lot. (144) (Photo) ................................................................................................................... $1,200 - $1,400
659   CTO        CANCELLED TO ORDER: 1907 Presentation set comprising 8d & 9d Sidefaces, 2½d, 6d, 10d, 1/-, 2/6, 5/- & 10/- Tablets and 1½d
                 on 5d Tablet. (10) ................................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
660   CTO        CANCELLED TO ORDER: 1911 Presentation set comprising 9d Sideface, 10d & 1/- Tablet perforated OS, Pictorials incl. ½d, 2d,
                 4d lithographed, 1d, 3d & 6d electrotyped, 2d stereotyped, “ONE PENNY” o’pt and 3d, 4d, 5d and 6d perforated OS. Stated to be from
                 the collection of WG Gibson (PMG from 1923-29). (15) ..................................................................................................... $150 - $200
661   O          1853 (SG.5) 4d Bright red-orange, 1st State of the Plate. Four full margins, top of the lower stamp present, numeral cancel “59”.
                 (Photo)        $250 - $350
662   O          1853 (SG.7) 4d Red-orange, Plate 1, second state of plate, with partial double impression.
                 With RPSL cert. 1970. Fine cut to shape. (Photo) ........................................................................................................... $300 - $400
663   O          1853 (SG.8) 4d Orange, second state of the plate with blurred lines. 3 full margins, top cut into, numeral cancel “60”.
                 (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
664   O          1853 (SG.9) 4d Pale Orange, second state of he plate, horiz. pair. Partially cut to shape, FU. (Photo) .............................. $200 - $300
665   O          1853 (SG.10) 4d orange, Plate II, coarse engraving, Full margins, brillant colour, a superior example. (Photo) .... $300 - $400
666   D          De La Rue Ink Recipe Book: 1870 (April) part extract page from DLR ink recipe folio identifying Britannia Purple as being supplied
                 to the Tasmanian and NSW Post Offices, with a block of 4 of De La Rue sample stamps attached. (Photo) ..................... $400 - $600
667   ** *       1871-78 (SG.149b) 5/- Mauve, horizontal pair; scarce as a multiple, even in pairs. Very fine & fresh. (2) (Photo) ........... $350 - $400
668   *          1892-99 (SG.225) £1 Green & Yellow tablet. (Photo) ........................................................................................................ $250 - $350
669   * ** O     1899-1900 (SG.229-236) Pictorials, DLR printings, M & U collection with 2 sets to 6d* and incl. blk. 6 of ½d, blk. 15 of 2d plus a
                 duplicated range of used examples to 6d. Noted used ‘T’, ‘OS’ and ‘A’ perfins. (150+) ...................................................... $300 - $350
670   * ** S     1899-1900 (SG.229-236) ½d to 6d Pictorials, London printings overprinted “SPECIMEN” (18 by 3mm) incl. 1d with inverted
                 overprint & 4d with different overprint position. (10) ..................................................................................................... $200 - $300
671   **         1899-1900 (SG.230) 1d Bright lake, DLR printing, left marginal strip showing Plate No. 3 at lower left. (12) ................ $200 - $300
672   **         1899-1900 (SG.230) 1d Bright lake, DLR printing, corner blk. showing Plate No. 2 at lower right. (4)........................... $200 - $300
673   **         1899-1900 (SG.230) 1d Bright lake, DLR printing, corner blk. showing Plate No. 5 at lower left. (4) ............................. $200 - $300

674   **         1899-1900 (SG.230) 1d Bright lake, DLR printing, corner blk. showing Plate No. 7 at lower left. (4) ............................. $200 - $300
675   * **       1899-1900 (SG.231) 2d Deep violet, DLR printing, corner blk. showing Plate No. 1 at lower left.
                 Some perf. separation reinforced. (12) .................................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
676   * ** O     1903 (SG.237 var.) ½d Green, Lithographed printing on V over Crown paper, incl. singles, pairs and blocks. Study of perf. variations
                 incl. double perfs. and plated varieties. (57) .......................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
677   *          1903 (SG.237) ½d Green, Lithographed printing on V over Crown paper. PUNCTURED ‘OS’ DOUBLED.
                 A scarce variety. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $250
678   *S         1902-1904 (SG.237,239-40) Pictorials on V over crown paper with ½d & 2d litho and 1d electrotyped overprinted “SPECIMEN”
                 (17 x 2mm). Scarce group. (3) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................. $300 - $400
679   S (*)      1902-1904 (SG.237,239-240) Pictorials on V over crown paper with ½d & 2d litho and 1d electrotyped overprinted “SPECIMEN”
                 (17 x 2mm) and in addition “ULTRAMAR” handstamp in blue. From the Portuguese Colonies UPU set. (3) (Photo) .... $400 - $500
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680   ** * O     PICTORIALS: 1902 (SG.238) 1d carmine red lithographed V over Crown study on stockcards with many positional blocks identified
                 as Plate 1, marg. blk 24, ULC blk of 15, ULC blk 30, URC blk 30 and URC blk 17. Incl. selection of early date of use, plate flaws from
                 plate 2 and examples of double perfs.. Mixed condition. An excellent basis for study. (160+) ............................................ $600 - $800
681   ** * O     PICTORIALS: 1902-1906 (SG.239,245) 2d Violet study of the Lithographic printings on V over Crown and Crown A paper with
                 many positional pieces identified as Plate 1, blks. of 16 & 12, Plate 4 blk of 9, Plate 15 blks. of 7 & 18 and Plate 28 upper blk. of 12.
                 Includes perf. 12½ & 11 and group (20) of mixed & double perfs. M & U and range of shades & plated varieties. Excellent foundation
                 for specialist study. (180+) .................................................................................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
682   * ** O     1903-04 (SG.240 var.) 1d Pale red, Electrotyped on V over Crown paper. Study covering Plates 1,2 & 3,4 with shades,
                 early dates, wmk. upright (SG.240c) & sideways, plated varieties in positional blocks, perfs. 12½, 11 and a range of mixed
                 and double perfs. Noted mint blks. 4 (6), blk. 6, blks. 15 (2) & blks. 30 (2). Fine condition throughout. (220+).. $1,200 - $1,600
683   *S         1903-1904 (SG.242-244) Melbourne printings on V over crown paper for 9d blue Sideface (2), 1/- rose & green Tablet and 1½d on 5d
                 Tablet, each optd. “SPECIMEN” (17 x 2mm). Distributed in August 1904 and May 1905. (4) ........................................... $200 - $300
684   * ** O     1906 (SG.246,246a & b) 3d Brown, Lithographed printing on Crown A paper. Group incl. mint blks 4 (3) from both plates, perf. 11
                 & 12½ and a used example of mixed perf. 11 x 12½. (33) .................................................................................................... $300 - $400
685   * ** O     1907-12 (SG.247 var.) 4d Pale Yellow brown, Lithogrpahed printings on Crown A paper. Study of the printings by shade, watermark
                 and perforations incl. Plate 5 with sideways wmk. With early dates for the 4 listed shades. Majority of the Plates 1 to 6 both mint &
                 used with both perf. 11 & 12½. Incl. mint & used pairs. (53) ............................................................................................... $300 - $400
686   *O         1909 (SG.247bb) 4d Orange buff, Lithographed on Crown A paper. Pair* from Plates 3,4 with perf.11 on three sides and perf. 12½
                 at base; also used example from same printing with perf. 12½ on three sides and perf. 11 at top. (3) (Photo) ................... $400 - $500
687   **         1912 (SG.247db) 4d Orange yellow, Lithographed on Crown A paper. Upper L corner blk. perf. 12½ on horizontal rows. Left vert.
                 rows perf. 12½, right vert. rows perf. 11 and central column double perf. 12½ and 11. Also shows prominent flaws “Retouch to trees”
                 at R1/1 and “Void panel at left” at R1/3. (8) (Photo) ............................................................................................................ $800 - $900
688   * ** O     1908 (SG.248,248a) 6d Lake, Lithographed on Crown A paper. Study of Plates and perfs. incl. perf. 12½ in */** cnr. blks. of 4 & 8
                 and perf. 11 blk. of 4*/** plus a used selection incl. punct. ‘T’. Scarce as multiples. (38) ............................................... $800 - $1,000
689   * ** O     1908-11 (SG.249 var.) ½d Yellow green, Electrotyped printing on Crown A paper as singles, pairs and blks upto 30. Group incl. Plate
                 1 & 2 printings, shades, perfs. 12½ & 11, upright (1909) & sideways wmk. and double & mixed perfs.. (181) ................. $400 - $500
690   * ** O     1905-1911 (SG.250 var.) 1d Rose red, Electrotyped on Crown A paper. Extensive study covering Plates 3,4 and 5,6 with perfs. 12½
                 & 11, shades relating to the different printings, identified plate flaws. Mint multiples incl. blks 4 (8), larger blks up to 12 & 24, JBC &
                 CA Monogram marginal pieces, perf. T in mint blk of 22; Mixed perfs. 11 by 12 and 11 by 12½ in singles, blks of 16 (2) and a blk. of
                 15, range of double perfs. (8). Excellent accumulation in fine condition. (410+) ........................................................... $1,400 - $1,600
691   **         1905-11 (SG.250f) 1d Rose red, Electrotyped on Crown A paper (wmk. inverted), IMPERFORATE PAIR. Appears to be from worn
                 state of Plate 4. Gum disturbance but a scare example of this variety. BW. only refers to examples for Plate 5,6. (Photo) $500 - $600
692   ** *       1910-1912 (SG.250g) 1d Carmine red, Electrotyped on Crown A paper, from Plates 5, 6 as blocks of 30 and 15 both showing CA
                 Monograms. Fresh condition. (45)......................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
693   * ** O ^   1907-1911 (SG.251) 2d Plum (shades) collection of the Electrotyped printings with extensive range of shades & printings. Incl. 1910
                 printings in bright violet with blks of 4 and marg. blks of 23 & 24. Perfs. 11 and 12½ with a range of mixed & double perfs., ‘A ‘, ‘OS’
                 and ‘T’ perfins and identified plate varieties. Strong basis for further study. (250+) ............................................................ $400 - $600
694   *          1907 (SG.251d & e) 2d Plum, Electotyped, wmk. sideways, marginal copy with mixed perf. 12½ x 12 together with an example with
                 mixed perf. 11 x 12. The perf. gauging 12 was applied to imperforate rows on sheets delivered to Hobart. (2) (Photo) .... $300 - $400
695   *          1907 (SG.251,BW.T37b) 2d Plum, Electrotyped, wmk. sideways, marginal example IMPERFORATE AT BASE.
                 BW. states that one sheet was issued imperforate at base. Some toning and gum disturbance. (Photo) ............................. $500 - $700
696   **         1907 (SG.251c) 2d Plum, Electrotyped, wmk. sideways, Plate 2 upper R corner blk. of 15 with vertical perf. 12½ apart from the outer
                 left column and horizontal rows perf. 11; also R marginal pair with similar combination. Fresh condition and illustrative of how these
                 mixed perfs. arose. (17) ......................................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
697   * **       1907 (SG.251c) 2d Plum, Electrotyped, wmk. sideways, Plate 1 upper L corner blk. with vertical rows perf. 12½ and horizontal rows
                 perf.11. Minor faults in selvedge. (20)................................................................................................................................... $400 - $500
698   * **       1907 (SG.251c) 2d Plum, Electrotyped, wmk. sideways, right marginal strip of 8 from Plate 1 showing double perfs. at left gauging
                 12½ and 11; also similar strip of 6 from Plate 2 with double perfs. at right, both gauges. (14) ............................................ $300 - $400
699   * ** O     1909 (SG.253,253b) 3d Brown, Electrotyped printing on Crown A paper. Incl. blks 4 (4*), perfs. 11 & 12½ and used multiples.
                 Scarce group. (58) .................................................................................................................................................................. $300 - $400
700   *          1909 (SG.253c) 3d Brown, Electrotyped printing on Crown A paper. Corner single showing DOUBLE PERFORATION with one line
                 at side gauging 11 and other 12½. Scarce on this value. Also single* example with perf. 11 x 12½. (2) (Photo) ............... $300 - $400
701   *          1909 (SG.253c) 3d Brown, Electrotyped printing on Crown A paper, R marginal single with double perfs. gauging 11 and 12½. .......
                 ................................................................................................................................................................................................$200 - $250
702   * ** O     1910 (SG.254 var.) 6d Carmine lake, Electrotyped on Crown A paper. Study of printings with 1910 prtg. incl. mint pairs, 1911
                 ptg. (SG.254c) in dull carmine red as blks. of 12 (toning), 6 and 4; Majority wmk. sideways with mint example of upright wmk.
                 (SG.254ca). (59).................................................................................................................................................................. $800 - $1,000
Lot                                                                              Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                        Estimate

703   ** O     1910 (SG.254b) 6d Carmine lake, Electrotyped on Crown A paper. Marginal single* with CA Monogram, perf. 12½ x 11;
               also a used example perf. 12½ x 11 (thinned). (2) ................................................................................................................. $400 - $500
704   * ** O   1911 (SG.259,259a,b,ba,c & d) 2d Bright violet, Stereotyped, study covering perf. varieties (11, 12½ & mixed), plate flaws and wmk.
               positions. Incl. CA Monogram strip of 3 and CA Monogram block of 4 with compound perf. 12½ by 11. (37) ................. $200 - $300
705   **       1912 (SG.260) “ONE PENNY” on 2d bright violet, almost complete sheet [lacks only #57] with “JBC” and “CA” Monograms at
               right. Exceptionally fine & fresh. (59) ................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
706   **       1912 (SG.260) “ONE PENNY” on 2d bright violet, almost complete sheet [lacks only #57] with “JBC” and “CA” Monograms at
               right. Exceptionally fine & fresh. (59) ................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
707   * ** O   1912 (SG.260,260a & b) 2d Bright violet, Stereotyped, surcharged “ONE PENNY”. Study of perf. varieites incl compounds and
               watermark variations. Many positional pieces and part sheets incl. JBC and CA Monograms. (220+)............................... $200 - $300
708   ** * O   1912 (SG.261) 1d Carmine vermilion, Electrotyped on Crown A THIN PAPER, as CA Monogram part sheets of 18, 20, & 28 and
               upper blk. 20; also examples of perf. 12½ and 11 plus 3 used examples. Mixed condition, mainly fine. (106) ................ $750 - $1,000
709   * ** O   1912 (SG.262) 3d Brown, Electrotyped printing on THIN PAPER, wmk. Crown A, with blk. 4**, singles 2* and FU 2.
               Scarce. (8).............................................................................................................................................................................. $400 - $500
710   C        POSTAL HISTORY: 1845 (Dec.2) outer wrapper from Hobart Town to Wesleyan Missionary Society, London, struck with
               crowned General Post Office Hobart outwards ship letter, rated “8” as private ship letter & “1/4” for inwards ship letter of 1oz.
               Backstamped London 7 May 1846. Fine condition. (Photo) ............................................................................................... $200 - $250
711   O        POSTMARKS: BARRED NUMERALS & CDS CANCELS: range of numerals to 322 on album pages or stockcards, and over 350
               different town cancels (some duplicated) together with a good selelection of Hobart & Launceston cds’s on pictorials to 5d. Some of
               the towns noted are Daniels Bay, Flowerdale Upper, Gray, Upper Tea Tree & Wattle Hill. Quality of strikes varies, majority are fine.
               Includes ‘The Post Offices of Tasmania’ by Orchard. (100’s) ............................................................................................... $500 - $750


               Victoria
712   O        1854-55 (SG.32a & 33) 6d Dull orange and 6d “TOO LATE” woodblocks. Fine pair with full margins. (2) (Photo) ....... $180 - $240
713   O        1854-55 (SG.33) 6d “TOO LATE” woodblock. VFU with 4 full margins. (Photo) ............................................................ $150 - $200
714   O        1854-55 (SG.33 & 34) 6d “TOO LATE” and 1/- “REGISTERED” woodblocks. Both FU 4 margins. (2) (Photo) ............ $250 - $350
715   *        1856 (SG.40) 1d Yellow-green Queen on Throne, wmk Large Star. Fine, 4 margins with original gum. (Photo) ............. $150 - $250
716   *        1858 (SG.73) 2d Bright blue Queen on Throne, wmk Large Star, rouletted. Fine and fresh with original gum. (Photo) .. $180 - $240
717   CTO      1884-96 (SG.243-44 & 247) £1.5s, £1.10s & 45s Stamp Duty, wmk V over Crown, perf 13. C.T.O., no gum. (3) (Photo) $200 - $300
718   O        1884-96 (SG.276a) £2 Blue, Stamp Duty, wmk 33, perf 12½. VFU with Melbourne “JA 21 01” cds. (Photo) ................. $100 - $120
719   CTO      1887-88 (SG.324-25) £5 & £6 Fergusson & Mitchell Stamp Duty. CTO Melbourne “22 DE 00”. (2) (Photo) .................. $150 - $250
720   O        1900 (SG.374-75) 1d(1/-) Olive-brown & 2d(2/-) Emerald-green, Empire Patriotic Fund. Fine fresh colour. (2) (Photo) . $150 - $250
721   *        1901-10 (SG.400) £2 Deep Blue, KEVII, V over Crown sideways, perf.12½. (Photo) ................................................. $600 - $800
722   CTO *    1901-10 (SG.400) £2 Deep blue, KEVII, wmk V over Crown, perf.12½, punct. ‘OS’. CTO cancel, Melbourne 1906, full gum.
               (Photo)...................... ............................................................................................................................................................. $250 - $350
723   O        1905-13 (SG.431a) £1 Dull rose, KEVII, Crown over A wmk. sideways, perf. 12½. Fine commercial usage. (Photo) .... $180 - $240
724   **       1912 (SG.458) 1d rose-carmine, V over Crown wmk, lower ½ of sheet, with complete margins & the “CA” and “JBC” Monograms
               & the marginal rule broken under stamps 6 & 7. A superb piece issued in the last year of the Colonial stamp period. (60) $400 - $500
725   **       1912 (SG.458) 1d rose-carmine, V over Crown wmk, similar lower ½ of sheet, with complete margins & “CA” and “JBC” Monograms
               but the marginal rule broken under stamps 3 & 4 and 8, 9 & 10. A superb piece issued in the last year of the Colonial stamp period.
               (60)..........................................................................................................................................................................................$400 - $500
726   O        REVENUES: 1884-96 (SG.248-52) £5, £6, £7, £8 and £9 high value Stamp Duties. All fiscally used. (5) (Photo) ......... $200 - $300
727   O        1884-1900 (SG.279,286ba,287ba & 288a) £10, £25, £50 & £100 high value STAMP DUTY. All fiscally used. (4)
               (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
728   O        1887-1900 (SG.324-28) £5, £6, £7, £8 and £9 Fergusson & Mitchell Stamp Duties. All fiscally used. (Photo) ................ $300 - $500
729   PS       POSTAL STATIONERY: POSTAL CARDS: 1900 (Dec.) 1d commemorative cards issued to mark the establishment of the
               Commonwealth of Australia in five colours (2, lilac brown). Fine condition, 1d grey card with some tone spots. (6) ........ $150 - $200
730   C        POSTAL HISTORY: 1850 (Dec.13) and 1851 (Jan.28) two entires addressed to William Timms Esq., Geelong Port Phillip and
               Melbourne, New South Wales with red “PAID” h/stamps, the latter with red boxed “Glasgow/Paid”, “SHIP LETTER” Melbourne or
               Sydney h/stamps plus crown ovals for “MELBOURNE PORT PHILLIP” and “GEELONG PORT PHILLIP”. Both with faults. Plus
               May 1859 local letter to Geelong with Crown Oval Belfast Victoria. (3) (Photo) .............................................................. $300 - $500
731   C        1858 (May) & 1860 (Feb.17) entires from BELFAST to Geelong, both franked 4d and tied by reversed BN ‘6’, and Crowned Oval
               of BELFAST. The earlier cover also has a Crowned Oval of Geelong and red Free Ship Letter; the 1860 cover is the latest recorded
               date of this Crowned Oval. (2) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................. $200 - $250
Lot                                                                            Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                    Estimate

732   C        1863 (July 25) Geelong to London cover with 6d Grey (SG.107) + 4d Rose tied by BN “2” of Geelong, paying the 10d per ½oz
               rate via Marseilles. Endorsed for this routing and carried by P&O ships “Bombay” to Galle, “Nemesis” to Suez and “Euxine” from
               Alexandria to Marseilles, this being the first voyage under the 1862 Treaty. Very fine. (Photo) ........................................ $400 - $500
733   C        Aug.1885 usage of GB 6d dull green (SG.194) on cover from LEDBURY to COBURG; on reverse “V(crown)R FOUND OPEN
               and OFFICIALLY SEALED” label (intact), cancelled at LEDBURY and further tied by MELBOURNE and COBURG. SG.£300 on
               cover. (Photo)................ ........................................................................................................................................................ $150 - $200


               Western Australia
734   *        1854 (SG.1) 1d Black, imperf. 4 margins, with a couple of very minor faults. (Photo) ...................................................... $300 - $500
735   O        1854 (SG.3) 4d Pale blue. FU with 4 margins, R close. (Photo) ......................................................................................... $120 - $160
736   O        1854-55 (SG.3) 4d Pale Blue, good-to-large margins all sides, with BO “5” cancel in blue and pre-printing vertical paper fold creating
               a void area through “TERN” of “WESTERN”. Unique and attractive. (Photo) ............................................................... $200 - $250
737   O        1857 (SG.15a) 2d Brown-black/red, Hillman litho, printed both sides. FU. (Photo) .......................................................... $400 - $500
738   *        1902-12 (SG.128) £1 Orange-Brown, fresh Mint example. (Photo) ............................................................................... $350 - $400
739   O        1902-12 (SG.128) £1 Orange-Brown, VFU. (Photo) ........................................................................................................ $200 - $225
740   PS       POSTAL STATIONERY: POSTAL CARDS: 1889 (Mar.) 2d carmine (PC3, H&G.3) (2) and 3d green (PC4, H&G.4) Mint, plus 2d
               card used Perth to Germany in 1894. .................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
741   PS       REGISTERED ENVELOPE: 1903 (Oct) 3d brown with text in brown (RE3) (230x102mm) unused.
               Minor faults. Cat.$600. ......................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
742   PS       POSTAL HISTORY: 1906 (Apr.7) “V.P. PARCEL POST” tag from “The Armstrong Cycle and Motor Agency” to the Post Office
               Mingenew, franked 1/- with 6d & 3d x2 Swans, cancelled Parcel Post Perth. A very scarce survivor. (Photo) ................. $150 - $200
743   (*)      LOCAL ISSUES: 5/- Camel Mail issued by the Coolgardie Cycle Express Co.. (Photo) ................................................. $200 - $300


               Rest Of The World - Stamps & Postal History
               Antigua
744   PS C S   POSTAL HISTORY: 1890-1974 Registered Envelopes (16, mainly mint) from KGV and QEII periods; postal cards incl. SPECIMEN,
               majority used; ½d wrappers (6); aerogrammes (10, M & U) and range of mainly QEII period commercial and philatelic mail with a
               good range of frankings and cancellations. Useful lot. (100+) .............................................................................................. $200 - $300


               Australian Antarctic Territory
745   FDC      1967 (Feb.9) 1c - $1 Pictorials on two APO official first day covers cancelled at WILKES, both with typed addresses. (2) .. $60 - $80


               Austria
746   *        1931 (Mi.518-23) Rotary International Convention set. Fine*. (6) (Photo) ......................................................................... $150 - $250
747   O        1931 (Mi.518-23) Rotary International Convention set. FU. (6) .......................................................................................... $150 - $200
748   ** * O   1931-35 group of full sets with 1931 Writers & Unemployed Youth Fund**, 1932 Painters*, 1933 Relief of Vienna/Catholic
               Congress**, 1934 Architects FU, 1935 Military Leaders** & FU and 1936 Skiing**. Fine, cat $US800+. (40) ............... $300 - $500
749   *        1933 (Mi.555-56) 50g, “WIPA”Exhibition singles, on ordinary and ‘faserpapier’. Fine*. (2) (Photo) ............................... $300 - $400
750   *        1936 (Mi.588) 10Sch Dollfuss, MLH, well centered and fresh. (Photo) ............................................................................ $300 - $400
751   *        1936 (Mi.588) 10Sch Dollfuss. Fine. (Photo) ...................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
752   *        1946 (Mi.772-75B) 1s + 1s to 5s + 5s RENNER set of imperf. singles + souvenir sheets of 8. The souvenir sheets with light hinge
               marks at top from affixing to the presentation folder. The 3s sheet with a very minor tone mark. (8) (Photo) ................... $500 - $750
753            1950-53 (Mi.955-56,968 & 984-87) 60g - 20s, birds airmail set. The 3s x2. Superb**. (8) (Photo) ................................... $250 - $350

754   PS P     POSTAL STATIONERY: 1890 (Mi.P74) 2 Kr pale brown, Kaiser Franz Joseph postal card PROOF,
               with single line “Correspondenz - Karte.” in an arc. (Photo) .............................................................................................. $200 - $300


               Barbados
755   *        1912-16 (SG.170-180) KGV definitives set, complete to 3/-. Fine & fresh. Cat.£200. (11) (Photo) ................................... $150 - $200


               Bechuanaland
756   *        1935 (SG.112a) 2d Silver Jubilee, “Extra flagstaff” variety, MVLH. (Photo) .................................................................... $100 - $125


               Belgium
757   CTO **   Group with 1938 Koekelberg 5f + 5f violet miniature sheet, 1948 Anti-TB Fund, 1953 European Child Welfare and 1954 Bruges
      C PS
               Restoration Fund sets all CTO; May 1935 registered 1st flight cover Brussells - Paris - Bordeaux; 1945(Mar.) used 50c advertising
               postal card for ASPRO; 1948-50 Belgian Congo Native Masks h/values set as top marginal singles. (20+) ....................... $120 - $200
Lot                                                                            Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

              Brunei
758   O       1908-22 (SG.47) $5 carmine on green. VFU. Cat.£250 (Photo) ......................................................................................... $200 - $250


              Cape of Good Hope
759   O       1863-64 (SG.19a) 4d Blue pair, wmk Anchor. VFU, 4 margins, 3 large. (Photo) ............................................................... $150 - $250


              China
760                  100 on stockbook pages, majority pre 1960’s incl. Junks, overprints and surcharges. Noted Goldfish set of 12 FU,
      O ** * (*) Several
              a few Hong Kong, Japan and Indo-China etc. Generally fine throughout. (100’s)................................................................ $150 - $250
761   C       POSTAL HISTORY: INWARDS MAIL FROM FIJI: 1927 (Jan.24) cover bearing KGV 1d + 2d from SUVA to PEKING;
              re-directed to SHANGHAI on arrival. Backstamps include HONG KONG (7/3), PEKING 19/3 & 25/3) & SHANGHAI (11/3).
              (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200


              Republic of China (Taiwan)
762   **      1961-70 sets with 1961 Madam Chiang Kai-shek, 1963 Airmail, 1964 Cactus Flowers, 1965 Fishes, 1968 Meritorious Service & Art
              Treasures and 1970 Opera. (31) ............................................................................................................................................. $120 - $150


              Cocos (Keeling) Islands
763   **      1963-1995 collection (ex.1990-91 surcharges) in ‘KA-BE’ hingeless album. (100s) ........................................................... $120 - $150


              Cook Islands
764   ** *    1919 (SG.48b,49b & 54b) KGV 2½d, 3d & 9d “RAROTONGA” surcharges, mixed perforation blocks (4). **/* Cat.£155+. (12)
              (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $120 - $150
765   PS      POSTAL HISTORY: INWARDS MAIL: 1895 (July 14) PTPO Registered Envelope [2½d + 6d] from London to Rarotonga via
              Auckland, with additional 1d adhesive, paying the 9½d Registered rate; boxed “Registered” in purple & “Registered Queen Victoria
              St.” h/stamps, as well as circular “Rarotonga” arrival ds; reverse has “Registered Auckland” double ring transit ds.
              (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................................................... $500 - $750


              Denmark
766   C       POSTAL HISTORY: 1812 (Feb. 28) royal service letter Copenhagen - Rosendal, pr. ‘Fakse’, endorsed at lower left
              “Pr. express med feltpost estafette”. Full wax seal on reverse. A very rare endorsement on a military letter from the Napoleonic
              war. (Photo).............. ............................................................................................................................................................. $300 - $500
767   C PC    Military group with range of pre-stamp entires, circulars etc. 1808-64 with Feldpost, Feltpost, military and other markings. Plus WWI
      PS
              & WWII covers as part of a display entitled “A Century of Danish Mail Affected by Conflict 1848 to 1948” incl. WWI Red Cross and
              1 other POW covers (5), 1915 Soldiers reply Lettercard, Delayed mail plus WWII mail to Australia, WWII Occupied Denmark mail,
              undeliverable mail etc. all with a good range of censor and other markings. Noted 1916(May 26) taxed censored cover Bundaberg -
              Denmark, with 1d Red KGV and 3 line h/stamp “Letter rate of postage from Australia to places / outside the British Empire is 2½d per
              ½ oz. / Please advise your correspondent.”.     (31) (Photo) ............................................................................................... $500 - $750
768   C       1901 (Feb.5) censored cover addressed to “Gotthardt Christensen / Prisoner of War / St Helena”, franked 4 öre + 8 öre x 2.
              Gotthardt Christensen was part of the International Legion within the Boer forces. On an annotated page, which partially reads “On 16
              Oct. 1899 approx. 200 Scandinavians saw their first action .... at the siege of Mafeking. The next action ... was at Magersfontein Hill
              where they were eliminated as a fighting force with only ten survivors, all taken as prisoners.” With 10 pages of research.
              An EXCEPTIONAL piece of Boer War history. (Photo) ................................................................................................... $500 - $750


              Faroe Islands
769   C FDC   POSTAL HISTORY: 1941-45 group on annotated pages; 1941 (May 2) First Day Cover addressed “Rejseliste for Færoerne /
              Thorshavn” with 20på on 1 öre (variety ‘upper bar 5.5mm instead of 6mm’), cancelled Thorshavn; 3 covers with ‘smuggled’ Danish
              frankings, 1941 cover Fuglefjord - Thorshavn, franked 20 + 10 x 2öre, 1944 (Sept.9) reg. airmail cover to USA franked 1943 20öre
              Aviation Jubilee & 1944 20öre Churches, both as blks of 4 and 1945 (Jan.6) cover Midvaag - Havn, franked 20öre pair, with Thorshavn
              transit; 1943 (Feb.9) reg. cover Stockholm - Thorshavn, with Swedish value control label and British censor tape. (5 covers).
               (Photo) .................................................................................................................................................................................. $250 - $300
770   PS      RED CROSS Formular Letters group, dated 8 Feb.1941, 22 Oct.1942, 26 Nov.1942 and 18 Jun.1943. All Thorshavn to Denmark,
              with British, Geneva and Danish Red Cross handstamps, without reply scheme on reverse and various censor marks incl.
              one with chemical censor. Nice group. (4) (Photo) ............................................................................................................. $250 - $350


              Fiji
771   *       1912-23 (SG.125-37) ¼d to £1, KGV definitive set, wmk Multi Crown CA (4d & 5d Multi Script CA). Incl. 2 shades of the 1/- the
              £1 Die I. Fine. (14)................................................................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
772   O       1871 (SG.12) ‘C.R.’ 6d Rose, neatly cancelled at LEVUKA. (SG.£300). (Photo) ............................................................. $150 - $200
773   **      COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: 1953-93 collection on Seven Seas hingeless pages. Full range of definitives and
              commemoratives as singles, sets and souvenir sheets. Noted 1954-56, 1959-63 & 1962-67 definitives, 1979 Endangered species, 1985
              Sea Birds, 1987 CAPEX ‘87 o’pt, 1988 Frogs etc., plus a few 1994 sets. Cat. Sc. $1200+. Fine**. (100’s) ....................... $400 - $600
Lot                                                                            Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

             France
774   O      1929 (Mi.239) 2 Fr. o’pt “EXPOSITION / LE HAVRE 1929 / PHILAELIQUE”. Fine commercial usage. (Photo) ......... $150 - $250
775   C      POSTAL HISTORY: 1863 (Apr.27) outer to “Yokohama / Japon”, endorsed “Via Marseille Suez & Hong Kong”, franked with
             imperf. 80c (3 margins) tied by a very fine “2145” cancel of Lyon. Plus red boxed “PP” h/stamp and fine Hong Kong transit b/stamp.
             (Photo)........................ ........................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $300


             German States
776   CD     SCHLESWIG-HOLSTEIN: Range of pre-stamp entires, covers, circulars and documents in 5 stockbooks, 1658 to 1851, vast majority
             military related, covering the various conflicts of this period. Many with various postal markings, military seals or handstamps.
             Fascinating group for either the postal, social or military historian. (120+) (Photo) ..................................................... $1,000 - $1,250


             Germany
777   C PC   AEROPHILATELY: 1912-1933 Zeppelins: range comprising 1912 Rhein-Main flight cards (2, S.11), Russia 1931 Polar Flight
             (S.120), Germany 1931 First South American Flight (S.124Dc), Argentina 1932 Fifth South American Flight (S.173) and Brazil 1933
             Seventh South American Flight (S.205). All fine condition with relevant flight cachets etc. (6) .......................................... $200 - $250


             Gibraltar
778   *      1903 (SG.52) 2/- Green and blue, KEVII, wmk Crown CA, perf. 14. MLH. Cat.£170. (Photo) ........................................ $150 - $175
779   *      1903 (SG.54) 8/- Dull purple and black/blue, KEVII, wmk Crown CA, perf. 14. Cat.£160. (Photo) ................................ $120 - $150
780   **     1912-24 (SG.85) £1 dull purple & black/red, KGV, wmk Mult Crown CA. Superb** and scarce as such. (Photo) .......... $120 - $150
781   *      1925-32 (SG.103-107) 2/- to £1, KGV high value definitives, wmk Mult Script CA. Fine fresh colour. (5) (Photo) ......... $200 - $250


             Great Britain
782   O      1d Black [DK], Plate 6, very fine 4 margin example; with black MC. (Photo) ................................................................... $300 - $325
783   ** *   1858-79 (SG.43) 1d Rose-red left marginal block, Plate 200, IA-IC, JA-JC & KA-KC. With part marginal inscription, 7**/2*,
             rarely seen as blocks. (9) (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
784   C      1864-78 1d Reds on covers and entires, showing various plate numbers from 71 to 206. Some covers franked at 2d, good range of
             postmarks, mixed condition, nice lot for the specialist. (80+) ............................................................................................... $120 - $200
785   ** S   1912-24 1d scarlet, Harrison printing Imperforate Colour Trial, lower right corner of the sheet with Royal Cypher wmk,
             full gum and “C 13” Control number; overprinted “SPECIMEN” [Type 26]. A rare Control block. SG.Spec.N16u. (4)
             (Photo) ...................... ............................................................................................................................................................ $300 - $350
786   *      1929 (SG.438) £1 Postal Union Congress, with CoA [1993]. (Photo) ............................................................................. $500 - $600
787   *      1934 (SG.450-52) 2/6, 5/- & 10/- Seahorses; lovely fresh set. Cat.£575. (3) (Photo) ...................................................... $400 - $500
788   O      COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: Collection on Hagners with 1d Black group (plated by vendor) with Plate 1 (3), 1b (6), 2
             (3), 3 (1), 4 (1), 6 (1), 7 (1), 8 (5), 10 (1) and a single on 1841 piece. (SG.4) 2d Blue (3), (SG.8) 1d Red-brown horiz. pair, (SG.13) 2d
             Blue (2) and 1840 Mulready. Mixed condition, noted 4 full margins 1d blacks. Will suit the specialist. (31) (Photo) ....... $600 - $800
789   O      Group of line engraved and surface printed on stockcards with QV 1d red & 2d blue imperfs, 1d red Plate No’s, then a range of higher
             values to 2/- with the different designs, wmks and Plate No’s. Plus KEVII 7d to 1/- group. Noted 1873-80 8d Orange (Plate 1), 1880-83
             3d on 3d & 6d on 6d and 1896 group (incl. 1/-) on piece. Duplication incl. pairs, high cat. value, mixed condition. (80+) $150 - $250
790   C      POSTAL HISTORY: 1839 (Jan.10) outer from New Norfolk, Van Diemens Land to the Wesleyan Missionary Society London,
             with Paid inwards country h/stamp (Type 1) & on reverse framed red “INDIA LETTER/FALMOUTH” h/s & London receival cds.
             Rated “8” for VDL inland postage + seapost to Falmouth & 1/4 for India letter + postage to London. (Photo) ................ $250 - $300
791   C      1864 REGISTERED COVER WITH CONTENTS: 1864 (Feb.23) usage of 6d lilacs (SG.84 x 2) + 4d red (SG.80) on registered
             cover from “COTTINGHAM” (b/s) via HULL to “Race Course Creek, Fish River Creek, near Bathurst..”
             With crown REGISTERED and “REGISTERED/LONDON” oval on front; backstamped SYDNEY (AP17), BATHURST (AP19),
             O’CONNELL and “FISH.R.CREEK” (AP24). Registered mail to Australia is rare, particularly to provincial areas.
             [Gold was discovered on the Fish River in 1823 and settlement along the river, and of the area between Oberon
             and Taralga to the south, began that same decade.] (Photo) ................................................................................................ $200 - $250
792   C      Apr.1883 8d-rated registered cover from THROGMORTON AVENUE (London) to Toowoomba, QLD. With “ADVERTISED/
             UNCLAIMED” handstamp on front and re-directed (with additional Qld 2d blue tied by July 1883 cds) to the “Hospital Ipswich”
             where a further mss annotation of “Deceased” has been added. Backstamps include IPSWICH and DEAD LETTER OFFICE
             QUEENSLAND. (Photo) ..................................................................................................................................................... $400 - $500


             Greece
793   **     REVENUES: Range of (Honorary) Consulate stamps, circa 1882 onwards, 2 different designs, 3 series, 1x to 6x of each. Oval
             design, light green, values 1 to 80 Lepta and 5 to 80 Drachma (100+); Oval design, green, 10 to 90 Lepta and 1, 6 & 8 Drachma (30+);
             Diamond design, 20 & 40 Lepta and 1 to 10 Drachma (22): Fine and fresh, rarely offered. (150+) .................................. $120 - $200
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               Grenada
794   PS       POSTAL STATIONERY: REGISTERED ENVELOPES: 1886 (H&G.C1a,b,c,e) QV 2d grey blue McCorquodale envelopes Sizes
               F (SPECIMEN), G, H & H2 all M and 1895 use of Size H to Germany with 2 x 2½d added (the ONLY recorded example); also sizes
               J (unlisted by H&G.) and K. A scarce group mounted on exhibit pages. Ex Druce. (7) ....................................................... $200 - $300
795   PS P     PROOF: 1881 (H&G.1) QV 1d blue Postal Card: De La Rue proof on thin card with design produced twice, together with issued card
               on exhibit page. Ex Druce. (2 items) (Photo) ....................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
796   PS P     PROOF: 1881 (H&G.1) QV 1d brown Postal Card: De la Rue proof on thin card with design produced twice, together with mint card
               on exhibit page. Ex Druce. (2 items) (Photo) ....................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
797   PS P     PROOF: 1881 (H&G.2) QV 1½d blue Postal Card: De la Rue proof on thin card with design produced twice, with issued card in
               brown on buff card on exhibit page. This proof is illustrated on front cover of Robson Lowe’s “The Watson Post Cards”. Ex Druce.
               (2 items) (Photo).............. ..................................................................................................................................................... $300 - $500


               Haiti
798   P        PROOFS: The 1971 9th World Soccer Championships in Mexico City: The Courvoiser Printers’ original colour separations
               and completed proofs of the 6 issued stamps, together with colour separations & a pasted mock-up of the imperforate souvenir
               sheet; all affixed to the official Archival pages [#1194/19, 1195/17 & 1196/18]. Complete and UNIQUE. (30 items)
               (Photo) ...................... ...................................................................................................................................................... $1,800 - $2,000


               Hong Kong
799   **       1948 (SG.171-72) KGVI Royal Silver Wedding pair. Superb**. (Photo) ........................................................................... $250 - $350
800   **       1954-62 (SG.178-91) 5c to $5, QEII definitive set, wmk Mult Script CA. Superb**. (14) (Photo) .................................... $150 - $200
801   **       1962-73 (SG.196-210) 5c to $20, QEII definitive set, wmk Mult St Edward’s Crown Block CA. (15) (Photo) ................. $150 - $200
802   **       1992 (SG.728-31) Greetings; 1994 (SG.783-86) Commonwealth Games; 1996 (SG.816-19) Year of the Rat: 50 sets of each,
               in complete sheets. (600) ....................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $300
803   **       1993 (SG.MS746) $10 “Visit HONG KONG ‘94 Stamp Exhibition” Miniature Sheets. (90) ............................................. $120 - $150
804   **       1993 (SG.MS746) Corals Miniature Sheet; a complete block of 500 as delivered from the printer, plus 2 extras.
               Cat.£2250+ (502) ................................................................................................................................................................... $600 - $800
805   **       1996 (SG.822-825) $1.20 - $5 Atlanta Olympics, 50 sets in complete sheets. (200) .............................................................. $80 - $100
806   **       1996 (SG.MS836) 1996 Olympics miniature sheets (face value HK$760+). (70)................................................................ $100 - $125
807   **       1996 (SG.MS842) 1996 $10 Olympic Team miniature sheets. (100) ................................................................................... $100 - $125
808   **       1997 (SG.MS878 & 883) Chinese New Year “Year of the Ox” Miniature Sheets; both printings. (280) ............................. $300 - $400
809   **       1997 (SG.884-887) $1.30 - $5 Migratory Birds, 100 sets in complete sheets of 50. (400) ................................................... $150 - $200
810   **       1997 (SG.888-891) $1.30 - $5 Modern Landmarks set in complete sheets of 50. (200) ........................................................ $80 - $100
811   ** FDC   COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: 1992-97 accumulation incl. souvenir sheets with 1992 Barcelona Olympics (20), 1996
      B
               Atlanta Olympics (20), 1997 Classic Definitive Stamps, Sheet No. 7, 8 & 9 (40 of each), Lantau Bridge (30) and Classics No. 10 (40).
               1997 Stamp Exhibition Booklet (5), 2 stamp packs and 4 1997 FDC’s with h/value definitives . Plus MACAU souvenir sheets with
               1997 9p Dragon Festival (30) and 8p Verandas (40). Very high face value, those listed by Scott $575+. (Qty.) ................. $250 - $350
812   *        POSTAL FISCALS: 1891 (SG.F9) $5 on $10 Purple/red, wmk Crown CA. Fine and fresh. Cat. SG £325. (Photo) ...... $250 - $350
813   *        1891 (SG.F11) $1 on $2 dull bluish green pair. One unit showing “Broken ‘N’ of ONE” in o’pt, second unit with minor fault. (2)
               (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $300


               Hungary
814   **       1925 (Mi.403-10) 100 - 2500Kr Sporting promotion set, imperforate. Superb. Cat.Sc.$375. (8) ........................................ $120 - $200
815   **       1926 (Mi.427-29) 1p - 5p Madonna and Child set as imperforate blocks of 4. Cat. Sc.$1,800. Superb. (12) (Photo) $500 - $750
816   **       Imperforate group with 1930 Admiral Nicholas Horth set of 5 (Mi.458-62), 1943 National Aviation Fund set of 4 (Mi.731-34)
               and 1964 1fo Bowling Championship (Mi.2041). Fine, cat. Sc.$845. (10) (Photo) ............................................................. $250 - $350
817   **       1931 (Mi.478-79U) 1p Orange & 2p violet o’ptd “Zeppelin 1931” as imperforate blocks of 4. Cat. 2,800 euro.
               Very fine and fresh. (8) (Photo) .......................................................................................................................................... $600 - $800
818   ** *     1933 (Mi.502-10) 10f - 5P airmail marginal set, imperforate with Plate No’s apart from the 48f, marginal without Plate No.
               Fine and fresh, 10f, 16f & 48f*, the rest**. Cat. Sc.$2,500. (9) (Photo) ...................................................................... $750 - $1,000
819   ** * O   1941-1949 (Mi.651-1066) substantial range on stockcards, majority MUH as full sets, in various quantities upto 12x incl. blks
               of 4. Some imperf sets. Sheets incl. 1942 Sept. Red Cross set of 4**, Dec. 1942 sets 2**/1*; 1947 Mail Coach(3)** and Roosevelt
               single values (no 70f + 70f) set of 7** and mixed values 2 of each**; 1948 May 2fo + 18fo Chain Bridge**, Oct. 3fo + 18fo Chain
               Bridge 2**/1*, Stamp Exhibition 2** and Trade Union 1**/1 FU; 1949 Pushkin souvenir sheet perf. 1**/3* and imperf. 1**/2*, Youth
               & Students**, 50fo Chain Bridge and Stamp Day 2**/1*. Mixed condition, majority fine. Sc. cat.$3200+**, $725* with used not
               calculated. (100’s) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................. $750 - $1,000
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820   **       1947 (Mi.985-992) 8f + 8f to 70f + 70f, President Roosevelt Memoriam souvenir sheets as sheets of 4 for each of the 8 values and as
               4 mixed values of definitives or airmails with brown or grey borders. Cat. Sc.$950. (10 sheets) (Photo) .......................... $300 - $500
821   **       1949 (Mi.1064,Block.17) 50Ft Purple, Opening of the Chain Bridge souvenir sheet. Cat. Sc.$350. (Photo) .................... $150 - $250
822   ** * O   1950-57 (Mi.1077-1510) range on stockcards, majority full sets either MUH/MH, in various quantities upto 6x. Imperf issues
               incl. 1953 Wembley o’pt 2**/1* and 1956 Janos Hunyadi tete beche pair**. Sheets incl. 1950 3fo UPU souvenir sheet perf** &
               imperf**, Stamp Day**/*/FU; 1951 80th Anniv. of 1st Postage Stamp (Mi.Block.20-22) set of 3, perf.**/3*, imperf* and 60f in
               rose lilac perf* & imperf*; 1953 Stalin perf**/* & imperf**; 1954 Jokai perf 2**/3* & imperf 2**; 1954 5fo Govt. Printer perf*
               & imperf**/*. Mixed condition, majority fine.
               Sc. cat.$4200+**, $6200+* with used not calculated. (100’s) (Photo) ....................................................................... $1,600 - $2,000
823   **       1951(Oct.6) (Mi.Block.20 note) 60f Rose lilac, perforate and imperforate souvenir sheets for the Philatelic Exhibition
               to commemorate the 80th Anniv. of Hungary’s 1st postage stamp. 1,200 of each issued. Both with a very minor tone spot.
               Sc. cat.$1600 each. (2) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $800 - $1,000
824   ** * O   1958-61 (Mi.1511-1806) range on stockcards, majority full sets either MUH/MH, in various quantities upto 7x. Value in imperf.
               issues and the souvenir sheets which incl. 1958 Television Station perf/imperf**, Kazar costume perf 2**/1* and Philatelic Congress
               perf**/*; 1959 Philatelic Congress sheet with label perf 3** and Haydn & Schiller imperf** & FU; 1960 Rome Olympics imperf
               2** and Philatelic Congress perf**/* & imperf**; 1961 Philatelic Exhibition set of 8 perf** and Liszt perf 2** & imperf 2**: Mixed
               condition, majority fine. Sc. cat.$2350+**, $575+* with used not calculated. (100’s) (Photo) ........................................ $750 - $1,000
825   ** * O   1961-65 (Mi.1808-2200) range on stockcards, majority full sets MUH, in various quantities upto 7x. Imperf. issues incl. 1964
               Special Anniversaries & Events set of 18**/* incl. 1fo red with Olympic tab**. Souvenir sheets incl. 1962 Astronauts perf** &
               imperf** 3x, World Cup Soccor perf/imperf**, Malaria Eradication perf* & imperf** and Stamp Day perf* & imperf**/*;
               1963 Ice Skating perf** & imperf** 2x, Astronauts imperf**, Stamp Day imperf**, Olympic Games perf** & imperf** 3x;
               1964 Stamp Day perf/imperf**, Olympic Games imperf** 2x, Astronauts imperf**, Elizabeth Bridge perf/imperf**; 1965
               Quiet Sun imperf**, Intl. Co-op Year imperf**, Olympic Games perf/imperf**, Stamp Day imperf** 2x: Mixed condition,
               majority fine. Sc. cat.$3,500+**, $300+* with used not calculated. (100’s) ................................................................. $900 - $1,200
826   ** * O   1966-68 (Mi.2201-2472) range on stockcards, majority full sets MUH, in various quantities upto 5x. Imperf. issues incl. 1967 Danube
               Commission set**. Souvenir sheets incl. 1966 Soccer World Cup perf* & imperf**, Sport perf/imperf** 3 of each, Stamp Day perf/
               imperf**; 1967 May Airmail Exhibition perf**/* & imperf**, AMPHILEX perf** 2x & imperf**, Sept. Airmail Exhibition perf**/*
               & imperf**/*, Postal Admin. Cent. perf 2**/3* & imperf*, Paintings perf**/* & imperf** and Olympics perf** 2x & imperf**; 1968
               Astronauts imperf**, Paintings perf/imperf** 2x of each, Olympics perf** 3x & imperf**, Stamp Day perf** 2x & imperf** and
               Paintings perf/imperf**. Mixed condition, majority fine. Sc. cat.$2,300+**, $275+* with used not calculated. (100’s) .... $600 - $800
827   ** FDC   1967 (Mi.2323-29B) 25th Session of the Danube Commission set of 7 in R marginal IMPERFORATE blks of 4. Plus a single
               imperforate set used on 2 registered FDC’s to USA. Superb. (30) (Photo) .......................................................................... $400 - $600
828   **       1968 (Mi.2463A) 1Ft, 50th Anniv. of the Communist Party of Hungary, left marginal horizontal strip with the 1st unit totally
               IMPERFORATE, the second unit mis-perfed through the stamp and imperforate top and bottom and the third unit partially imperforate
               top & bottom and imperforate at left. Spectacular. (5) (Photo) ............................................................................................ $200 - $300
829   ** * O (*) 1969-72(Mi.2474-2827) range on stockcards, nearly all full sets MUH. Large range of imperf. issues incl. 1972 Budapest unification
               cnr blks of 4 o’ptd “A MAGYAR POSTA AJANDEKA” on reverse. Range of souvenir sheets, majority both perf & imperf with
               Astronauts, Olympics (incl. June 1972 Munich & 1973 Olympic Equestrian), Paintings, Stamp Day plus 1969 Revolutionary Posters,
               Soyuz, Apollo 13, Luna 16, Apollo 15, Durer and Deer Hunting sheets. All in various quantities upto 4x, mostly 2x. Mixed condition,
               vast majority fine. Sc. cat.$2,600+** with MH, MNG and FU not calculated. (100’s) ..................................................... $750 - $1,000
830   ** O     1973-75 (Mi.2832-3096) range on stockcards, majority full sets MUH. Good range of imperf. issues incl. 1974 21st Chess Olympiad
      CTO
               and 1975 Architectural Heritage strip of 4. Range of souvenir sheets, majority both perf & imperf with Olympics, Paintings, Stamp
               Day/Philatelic Exhibitions plus Venus 8, Mars 7 & Sputnik 2, 1973 European Security & Co-op., 1974 European Peace Conf., UPU
               imperf**/CTO and Architectural Heritage. All in various quantities upto 5x. Mixed condition, vast majority fine. Sc. cat.$3000+**, FU
               not calculated. (100’s) ......................................................................................................................................................... $750 - $1,000
831   ** (*)   1976-90 (Mi.3097-4080) stockcards with a comprehensive range to 1982, then a selection to 1990, virtually all MUH. Nice range
               of imperf. issues. Range of souvenir sheets, majority imperf with Olympics, Paintings (incl. 1979 Durer), Stamp Day/Philatelic
               Exhibitions, Space Exploration and Airmails, plus 1977 European Waterway, 1978 Jules Verne, World Cup Soccer and Crown Jewels.
               1979 Transport Exhibition and Locomotives, 1981 Bartok, 1982 Roses, 1986 World Cup Soccer, 1987 Antarctic etc.. Many sets and
               sheets 2x or 3x. Very fine condition throughout. Scott cat.$3,500+. (100’s) ...................................................................... $800 - $1,000
832   C        POSTAL HISTORY: REGISTERED MAIL - 6½d RATE FROM G.B. to HUNGARY: Apr.1877 usage of 1d reds blk.6 [Pl.140}
               + 1870 ½d rose [Pl.10] on registered cover from EDINBURGH to PESTH (b/stamp); minor opening faults scarcely distract from this
               unusual destination. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................................. $250 - $300
833   C PC     AEROPHILATELY: Group with 28 Mar.1931 (Si.102.Aa) Budapest - Budapest flown postcard, franked 1.12p incl. 1p Zeppelin, plus
               flight cachet, (Si.102.Ab) Budapest - Budapest flown cover, franking incl. 2p violet Zeppelin and (Si.103c) Budapest - Friedrichshafen
               and return flown cover, franking incl. both 1p & 2p Zeppelins and green cachet. Minor faults on covers. (3) (Photo) ...... $300 - $500


               Iraq
834   ** *     1941-42 Monuments definitive series; 1f to 4f imprint blks of 8**, range 10f to 1 Dinar of De La Rue imprint strips of 4 2**/2*, 3f blk
               of 15 with imprint, Plate No. & re-entry and a group of singles, pairs & blocks to 1D with Plate No’s. (110+).................. $150 - $200
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             Ireland
835   C      POSTAL HISTORY: 1858(Jan.1 & Mar.10) two covers to the same addressee, Melbourne NSW, each franked 6d with strips of 1d
             reds (earlier cover less 1 stamp), both cancelled with DERRY ‘E’ spoon cancels and with various b/stamps incl. “SHIP LETTER /
             FREE / GPO VICTORIA”. Grubby but an attractive pair. (2) .............................................................................................. $120 - $160


             Israel
836   **     1948 FIRST COINS 3m - 1000m complete set with full tabs. The 500m with minor gum disturbance on the lower tab,
             the 1000m superb. (9) (Photo) ...................................................................................................................................... $3,500 - $4,000
837   **     1948 (Bale 1c-3c) Doar Ivri rouletted issues with full tabs. (3) (Photo) .............................................................................. $250 - $300
838   **     15m Red, Plate 1, 1st Issue: Plate block from Group 99. Bale: $1100. (4) (Photo) ............................................................. $600 - $750
839   **     1949 (Bale 18-20) Seccond New Year, complete set with full tabs. Very fine & fresh. (3) (Photo) ..................................... $400 - $500
840   **     1950 (Bale 29-30) Independence Day, 20pr & 40pr with full tabs; superb. (2) (Photo) ...................................................... $300 - $400
841   **     1950 (Bale 47) 500pr Negev Camel, full tabs single; superb. (Photo) ................................................................................ $200 - $250
842   **     1980-85 (Bale.772-84) 0.05 to 10.00, Shekel Definitive series, Plate blocks incl. different dates, upper & lower panes some as matched
             pairs, missing ‘Yod’ variety, ‘wide’ & ‘narrow’ panes etc. Various quantities of each value. All fine**. (220+ blocks)...... $150 - $200
843   ** *   COLLECTIONS & ACCUMULATIONS: 1948-92, 3 volume collection in Schaubek hingeless albums. Missing a few issues 1948-
             51, otherwise complete including souvenir sheets. Majority fine**. (100’s) ........................................................................ $500 - $750
844   C PS   POSTAL HISTORY: 1948-57 range of covers & cards including Doar Ivri values to 20mil (with tabs) on cards & covers; various
      PC
             registered covers (13) incl from “HOTER”, “BEIT HOLLIM BELLINSON”, “RAMAT YISAY”, “UMM EL FAHM” etc. incl. one
             EXPRESS Airmail to Switzerland. Various other commercial and special uses; an interesting group. (30+) ...................... $350 - $400


             Italian States
845   C      SICILY: 1859 (Aug.9) outer Palermo - Cefalú, franked with a horizontal pair of 2 Grana Blue (Sassone.8). 1988 Diena cert.
             (Photo)...................... ............................................................................................................................................................. $300 - $400


             Japan
846   * **   1948 (Sc.422a) 5y Brown Philatelic Week souvenir sheet of 5. Hinged on lower margin only. (Photo) ............................ $150 - $200
847   C      POSTAL HISTORY: 1900 (Mar.6) cover Yokohama - Korsor, Denmark, franked with 10 sen pair. Posted on board Danish sailing
             cruise ship, endorsed on reverse “’Valkyrein’ i Yokohama”. With 2 b/stamps. (Photo) ...................................................... $150 - $200


             Kenya, Uganda & Tanganyika
848   *      1923-27 (SG.76-95) 1c - £1 King George V definitives set, complete. Very fine & fresh. Cat.£425. (20) (Photo) ............. $400 - $450


             Luxembourg
849   **     1935 (Mi.266-80.Sc.B65A-B65Q) 5c to 20fr, International Relief Fund for Intellectuals set. (15) (Photo) ................ $500 - $600


             Nauru
850   ** *   1916 to early 1994 simplified collection on Seven Seas hingeless pages. Complete incl. the first o’pts, the 2/6, 5/- & 10/- Seahorses,
             definitives, commemoratives and souvenir sheets. Earlier issues mixture of MH/MUH. Majority fine**. (100’s)............. $500 - $600
851   **     1916-23 (SG.22) 5/- Seahorse; superbly centred. (Photo) ................................................................................................... $150 - $200
852   *O     Group with 1924-48 (SG.26B-39B) ½d to 10/- definitive set on shiny white paper (½d perf 14), fine*. Plus 2/6 and 5/- Seahorses o’ptd
             “NAURU” and 2 other, mixed condition. (18) (Photo) ........................................................................................................ $200 - $300


             New Guinea
853   ** *   1914-15 (SG.6) 2½d on 20pf Ultramarine, “G.R.I.” o’pt, 6mm apart. Fine blk, 2**/2 MLH. (4) (Photo) .......................... $300 - $400
854   *      1915-16 (SG.79) 9d Violet, block comprising 2 strips of a, b & c overprints; superbly centred. Cat.£380+. (6) (Photo) ... $300 - $400
855   *      1915-16 (SG.85c) £1 Brown & Ultramarine, 1st wmk, “N.W.PACIFIC ISLANDS”, both S’s of ‘ISLANDS’ with long tails.
             Fine. (Photo) .........................................................................................................................................................................$500 - $600
856   *      1915-16 (SG.92) 5/- Grey & Yellow, with variety “Break in right frame opposite Cape York” [R44]. BW.43(D)o.
             Fine & fresh. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
857   *      1915-16 (SG.99) £1 Brown & Blue, “N.W.PACIFIC ISLANDS” types “a” & “c” overprints; well centred.
             (2) (Photo) .............................................................................................................................................................................$500 - $600
858   O      1915-16 (SG.99) £1 Chocolate & Dull Blue, “N.W.PACIFIC ISLANDS” with “Broken coast in Bight”. VFU,
             light violet oval cancels. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
859   O      1915-16(SG.99) £1 Chocolate & Dull Blue, “N.W.PACIFIC ISLANDS”. Lightly cancelled with a minor fault. .............. $150 - $200
860   **     1918-23 (SG.103/103b) 1d Carmine Die II + Die I horizontal pair; fine & fresh. (2) (Photo) ............................................ $120 - $150
861   F*     FORGERY: 1925 £1 Native Huts, Panelli Forgery in yellow-green, MLH. (Photo) ......................................................... $250 - $350
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862   O        1935 (SG.204-05) £2 Bright violet & £5 Emerald-Green Bulolo Goldfields. FU, Wau and Bulolo. (2) (Photo) ................ $300 - $400


               New Zealand
863   * ** O   Group with 1898-1900 Pictorials mint & used to 5/-, KGV definitives & commemoratives incl. Victory set, QEII blks and pairs with
               Plate No’s, 1964 2½d + 1d Health with colour shift, 1972 4c on 2½d Moth blk of 6 with black printing flaws and postage dues. Range
               of Revenues with Stamp Duty 1866 imperf to 10/- (8), 1867 to 10/- (12), 1880 to £2 (15), 1870 2/6 ‘Counterpart’ and 13 other. Plus
               9d and 5/- Samoa ‘Express’*. Useful group, mixed condition. (150+) ................................................................................. $300 - $500
864   O        1862-63 (SG.34) 1d vermilion, imperf., watermark Large Star, superb 4 margin example with Christchurch cds. (Photo) $200 - $250
865   O        1864 (SG.97) 1d Carmine-vermilion, Chalon, imperf., wmk ‘NZ’. Margins close to good,
               with part “QUEE[NS REDOUBT]” cancel. (Photo) ...................................................................................................... $200 - $300
866   O        1864 (SG.100) 1/- Green, imperf., wmk ‘NZ’. 4 margins, close to large and bars cancel. Fine, ex “Du Bois”. (Photo) .... $200 - $300
867   O        1864-67 (SG.119) 4d Deep Rose, wmk Large Star, perf 12½ with Wellington ‘070’ duplex cancel. (Photo) ................... $200 - $250
868   *O       1878 (SG.186) 5/- Grey, QV definitive, perf 12 x 11½. A MH copy with minor surface abrasions plus a FU copy with traces of a
               manuscript cancellation. Cat. £675. (2) ................................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
869   *        1893 (SG.225) Second Sideface 8d blue, perf.10, vertical strip with advertisements on backs for Bonnington’s, Poneke,
               Bonnington’s & Sunlight Soap. A scarce and interesting multiple, in far above average condition. (4) (Photo) ....... $500 - $600
870   *        1913 (SG.412-15) ½d to 6d ‘AUCKLAND / EXHIBITION / 1913.”. Fine & fresh. Cat. SG. £300. (4) (Photo) .............. $250 - $350
871   *        1913 (SG.412-15) ½d to 6d ‘AUCKLAND / EXHIBITION / 1913.”. Fine & fresh. Cat. SG. £300. (4) (Photo) .............. $250 - $350
872   * **     1931 (SG.546-47) 1d + 1d & 2d + 2d Smiling Boys Health Stamps, blks of 4. 1d MH/MLH, 2d 2**/2*. (8) (Photo) $300 - $400
873   *O       1931 Smiling Boys: Mint & used pairs. (4) (Photo) ............................................................................................................. $200 - $250
874   **       1935-36 (SG.568a) 2/- Olive-green, perf 13-14 x 13½, with ‘CAPTAIN COQK” variety; R. 1/4. Cat. SG £140. (Photo) $100 - $125
875   **       1940 (SG.613-625) ½d - 1/- Centennial set in marginal blocks of 4. Superb. [Retail: $500]. (52) (Photo) ......................... $300 - $325
876   E        1940 Centennial Series: Original preliminary pencil drawing for a 5d value featuring the gold mining industry, from the
               archive of the artist, James Berry. The frame, lettering and left panel of miners panning are as adopted in Berry’s final design
               for the 9d value, which used a different perspective of the gold dredge. 155x250mm. (Photo) .................................. $200 - $250
877   **       1960-66 (SG.788,794) 6d Pikiarero (Clematis) and 1/9 Aerial Top Dressing as numbered coil pairs. 6d numbered in red,
               1 to 23, 1/9 numbered in red and black, 1 to 19; CP.OC8a,OC15a and OC15b. Mixed centering, majority fine.
               Cat. CP. $2400+. (61 pairs) (Photo) ................................................................................................................................ $750 - $1,000
878   **       Sheetlets: 1994 $1.50 Man on the Moon hologram (5 sheetlets) 1995 45c America’s Cup Victory (10 sheetlets) and 2005 45c & $1.50
               Rugby Team Shirts self adhesives (1 sheetlet of each). FV: NZ$166+. (198) ....................................................................... $120 - $150
879   *        OFFICIALS: 1907-11 (SG.059-067) ½d to 5/- definitives overprinted “OFFICIAL”. A fine set*, cat. SG £575+. (8)
               (Photo)............................ ....................................................................................................................................................... $400 - $600
880   *        1907-11 (SG.067) 5/- Deep red, Mt. Cook, wmk ‘NZ’ sideways, o’ptd “OFFICIAL”. (Photo) ......................................... $120 - $160
881   *        1907-11 (SG.067) 5/- Deep red, Mt. Cook, wmk ‘NZ’ sideways, o’ptd “OFFICIAL”. ....................................................... $120 - $160
882   O        1907-11 (SG.067) 5/- Deep red, Mt. Cook, wmk ‘NZ’ sideways, o’ptd “OFFICIAL”.
               Fine used at Wellington 1912. Cat. SG £180. (Photo) ......................................................................................................... $150 - $200
883   * **     1910-16 (SG.073-077) ½d to 1/- KEVII definitives o’ptd “OFFICIAL”. With 3d both perfs, 14 x 14½ & 14 x 13½ and both perfs
               vertical pair; 6d both shades; 8d 14 x 13½ wmk upright (2) & wmk inverted; 8d both perfs, wmk upright vertical pair and both perfs,
               wmk inverted blk of 4. Fine, fresh colour. Cat SG.£1,100+ (17) (Photo) ...................................................................... $800 - $1,000
884   *        1913-25 (SG.084) £1 Rose-carmine, chalk surfaced De La Rue paper, rough perf. 14, o’ptd “OFFICIAL”.
               Fine, with Ceremuga cert. (Photo) ................................................................................................................................... $500 - $600
885   *        1913-25 2/- Blue, (SG.O87/87a) horiz. pr, the left unit with “No stop after OFFICIAL” variety. Cat.£335. (2) (Photo) ... $250 - $300
886   ** *     1915-27 (SG.O106; CP.K19d) KGV 3d Chocolate, block 8**,4*. CP:$440. (12) ................................................................ $150 - $200
887   O        1927-33 (SG.O113) 5/- Green Arms o’pt “OFFICIAL”. VFU. Cat. SG £325. (Photo) ...................................................... $250 - $300
888   ** *     POSTAL FISCALS: 1890 “ON PUBLIC TRUST OFFICE BUSINESS - FREE”, full sheetlet. Minor tone spots, slight perforation
               separation, some damage to L margin, adhesives**. Scarce. (4) .......................................................................................... $300 - $400
889   PC C     POSTAL HISTORY: Usage of 1d 1906 Christchurch Exhibition stamp on a Zieher postcard (stamps of NZ, view of Sumner
               Christchurch), sent under cover; 1937 (2 Feb.) usage of 6/- Rose, Arms Fiscal on an airmail cover to Czechoslovakia, via Greece, with
               Athens b/stamp. (2) .................................................................................................................................................................. $80 - $100
890   CD       AEROPHILATELY: 17 May 1935 King’s Jubilee first flight cover, New Plymouth - London, to James Berry (stamp designer), with a
               letter from S.E. Nielson, Secretary, New Plymouth Airport Board, thanking James Berry for incorporating New Plymouth Airport into
               the design of the 1935 Air Mail stamps (SG.570-572). With Auckland 12 May and Kilbyrne 14 Aug 1935 b/stamps. (2) $150 - $200
Lot                                                                                Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                         Estimate

                 Niue
891   **         1918-29 (SG.33) 2/- Queen Victoria, top R corner block. (4) ................................................................................................. $80 - $100
892   **         1927-28 (SG.49) 2/- Admiral (light blue), block. (4) .............................................................................................................. $80 - $100


                 Norfolk Island
893   **         1960 (SG.37-39) 1/1, 2/5 & 2/8 surcharges in lower left corner blocks with imprints. Quite scarce these days. (12) ........... $80 - $100


                 North Borneo
894   PS         1894 6c Coat of Arms (Lion & Boat) (SG. Type 28) sample sheet of nine in Black & Green, each unit with small security punch and
                 overprinted “WATERLOW & SONS LTD./SPECIMEN”. Superb thematic appeal. (Photo) ............................................. $350 - $400
895   PS         1894 8c Dhow (SG. Type 29) sheetlet of nine in Blue-Green & Chestnut, each unit with small security punch and overprinted
                 “WATERLOW & SONS LTD./SPECIMEN”. Superb thematic appeal. (Photo) ................................................................ $350 - $400
896   PS         1894 18c Mount Kinabalu (SG. Type 31) sample sheet of nine in Black & Dull Purple, each unit with small security punch and
                 overprinted “WATERLOW & SONS LTD./SPECIMEN”. Superb thematic appeal. (Photo) ............................................. $350 - $400
897   **         1948 8c & $10 Royal Silver Wedding pair in Plate 1 blocks 4; superb. (8) .......................................................................... $150 - $175


                 Papua - Queensland Used In
898   C          1900 (July 16) cover to Cooktown bearing 2d blue tied by 9-bar ‘B.N.G.’ obliterator of Samarai with SAMARAI cds alongside,
                 arrival cds of 20.7.00. (Photo) ........................................................................................................................................ $900 - $1,200


                 Papua
899   **         1907-10 (SG.59) ½d Black & Yellow-Green Lakatoi, perf.11; complete sheet, ideal for study of the many constant flaws in this issue.
                 (30)......................................... ................................................................................................................................................ $150 - $200
900   * ** O     1907-10 (SG.66) ½d black & yellow-green, perf.12½, group comprising 3 singles* & lower left corner block 6, including one with
                 ‘White Leaves” variety*, pair unused & a vertical pair with Port Moresby cds. Condition varies but useful. (13) ............... $80 - $100
901   * ** O     1907-10 (SG.68) 2d black & purple, perf.12½, group comprising 6*/** & 3 used. Useful for study. (9) ................................ $50 - $75
902   *O         1916-31 (SG.94) 1d black & red, perf.14, small study of Harrison printings on album pages, comprising 10* & 5 used (including two
                 “Maltese Cross” retouch varieties to posn.28). (17) ................................................................................................................ $80 - $100
903   *          PAPUA: 1916-31 (SG.95aw) 1½d Lakatoi with varieties “POSTACE” at right” & “2 dots under “d” at right”.
                 [Rare - not catalogued with this combination of varieties]. (Photo) .................................................................................... $150 - $200
904   O          OFFICIALS: 1908-10 (SG.O17 & O21) ½d & 2½d Lakatois in FU blks.4, both with PORT MORESBY cds’s.
                 Nice multiples. (8) ..................................................................................................................................................................... $50 - $75
905   C          AEROPHILATELY: 11 Mar.1930 Port Moresby - Melbourne registered OHMS cover endorsed “Via Air Mail”.
                 An example of combined ship mail/airmail rates franked 8d - comprising 2d domestic ship letter rate (overpaid ½d)
                 + 3d reg’n + 3d Australian airmail. (Photo) ......................................................................................................................... $200 - $250


                 Papua New Guinea - Australia Used In
906   C PS ^     POSTAL HISTORY: 1942-46 Australian Military Post Offices in Papua New Guinea, 6 volume annotated collection, comprising
                 covers, registered covers, Registered Envelopes, stampless covers, stamps/pieces (25) covering wide range of ABPO A, B, C, G; APO
                 059, 0112, 0132, 214, 215, 216, 217, 221; FPO 069, 079, 081, 096, 097, 098, 099, 0141, 156, 157, 158, 164, 166, 173, 214; AIF FPO
                 12, 13, 16, 23, 25; AUPS 360, 361, 362, 365, 374, 375, 405, 410, etc. All clear & mostly very fine strikes, used at various locations,
                 censor cachets, etc, few RAAF items. (170+) ................................................................................................................ $1,500 - $1,750


                 Papua New Guinea
907   ** FDC     Useful group, majority decimal sets to 1970’s, incl. 1968-69 Shell set of 15 as corner blks of 4. Accumulation of h/values with $1 &
                 $2 Butterflies x22, $2 Shell x5 etc.. Plus 1977 & 1978 Year packs and a small group of FDC’s. (100’s) ............................ $120 - $150
908   ** * (*)   1952-1994 simplified collection, almost complete on Seven Seas hingeless pages incl. souvenir sheets with show o’pts. Less specimens
                 and emergency o’pts. Mixed condition, vast majority fine**. (100’s) .................................................................................. $200 - $300
909   C          POSTAL HISTORY: KAINANTU - POPONDETTA: 1948 - 1989 alphabetically arranged collection of covers in an album including
                 24 Registered. An attractive range including higher value frankings. [NB: Does not include Port Moresby]. (68) ............. $200 - $250
910   C          1963-79 collection of special event & commemorative postmarks on covers, in annotated album. Includes 12 Reg’d. Slight duplication.
                 (80+)....................................................................................................................................................................................... $120 - $150


                 Papua New Guinea - Postal History
911   C          BOUGAINVILLE & BUKA ISLANDS: 1945-1995 range of covers featuring datestamps & registration labels from the Post Offices
                 of the Islands incl. ARAWA, BUIN, BUKA, BUKA PASSAGE, KIETA, PANGUNA, SOHANA (both spellings), TINPUTZ &
                 WAKUNAI. Comprehensive range with many Relief cancellers, provisional registration labels, range of frankings incl. 1995 45T &
                 60T Birds with large T. Mixed condition; would make an attractive exhibit. (125+) ........................................................... $500 - $600
Lot                                                                            Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                        Estimate

912   C      CENTRAL & ORO PROVINCES: 1946-1986 range of covers, many registered, with Relief cancellers & pmk types, registration
             labels in different types incl. provisionals & range of frankings (some Australia used in PNG). Offices covered incl. AFORE, AROMA,
             KOKODA, TUFI, RIGO, ROUNA, MAGARIDA, KAIRUKU & CAPE RODNEY. Wide coverage of the offices of the District.
             (155+)..................................................................................................................................................................................... $600 - $800
913   C      GULF PROVINCE: 1947-1981 covers, many registered, with Relief cancels & postmark types, registration labels of different
             types incl. provisionals & wide range of frankings (some Australia used in Territory). Comprehensive coverage of the offices incl.
             BAIMURU, IHU, KIKORI, KEREMA, KUKIPI, LESE & MALALAUA. (60+)............................................................... $300 - $400
914   C      MADANG & MOROBE PROVINCES: 1949-1988 collection of covers incl. registered, with Relief cancellers & pmk types, regis-
             tration labels in different types incl. provisionals & wide range of frankings (some Aust. used in). Strong coverage incl. BOGIA,
             IGAM BARRACKS, KABWUM, GARAINA, BUAMBUB, MENYAMYA, KAR KAR & YOMBA (both spellings).
             (155+)..................................................................................................................................................................................... $600 - $800
915   C      NEW BRITAIN: 1951-1995 collection of covers incl. registered, with Relief cancellers and postmark types, registration labels
             in different types incl. provisionals & wide range of frankings (some Australia used in Territory). Wide coverage of the offices
             (excl. Rabaul) incl. KANDRIAN, EWASSE, KOKOPO, HOSKINS, KERAVAT, BIALLA, KIMBE & KWALAKESSI.
             (95+)....................................................................................................................................................................................... $400 - $600
916   C      MILNE BAY PROVINCE, TROBRIAND, MISIMA & D’ENTRECASTEAUX ISLANDS: 1952-1991 collection of covers incl.
             registered, with Relief cancellers and postmark types, registration labels in different types incl. provisionals & wide range of frankings
             (some Australia used in Territory). Wide coverage of the offices of the Eastern Province & Islands incl. ALOTAU, BOLUBOLU,
             BWAGAOIA, SALAMO, ESA’ALA, LOSUIA & DOGURA. (95+)................................................................................... $400 - $600
917   C      NATIONAL CAPITAL DISTRICT (but excluding Post Moresby): 1953-1984 collection of covers incl. reg’d, with Relief cancels,
             postmark types, reg’n labels incl. provisionals, Postage Paids & wide range of frankings. Wide coverage of the offices incl. ADCOL,
             GOLDIE RIVER, WARDS STRIP & Bainings registration label provisionally used at Hohola. (95+)............................... $400 - $600


             Pitcairn Island
918   **     1940-1994 collection on Seven Seas hingless pages. Complete as per album pages incl. 1949 10/- Silver Wedding & UPU set, full
             range of definitives, commemoratives and souvenir sheets. Plus a few duplicates. Cat. Sc.$1050+. Fine**. (100’s).......... $350 - $500


             St. Vincent
919   PS     1893 (Sept.4) 2d Registered Envelope (H&G.C1) used from Kingstown to Belgium franked with 2½d & 5d surcharges and with red
             Belgian registration label. ANVERS backstamp. Also, unused example of same envelope (with faults). (2) ...................... $100 - $150


             Samoa
920   ** *   1921-94 collection on Seven Seas hingeless pages and Hagners. Pre-decimals almost complete. Decimals complete as per pages with
             singles, sets and souvenir sheets. Noted 1967 Birds, 1972-75 Definitives, 1978 Wildlife Fund, 1978-80 Shells, 1983-84 Fruits and
             1988-89 Birds. Vast majority fine**. Cat. Sc.$1000+. (100’s) .............................................................................................. $300 - $500


                      Solomon Islands
921   ** *   1914-23 (SG.22-36,33a & 36a) ½d to 5/-, KGV, wmk Mult. Crown CA with both shades of the ½d, 1d, 5d, 1/- and 5/-. (17)
             (Photo).................................................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200


             Sweden
922   PS     POSTAL HISTORY: MILITARY REPLY STAMPS & COVERS, POSTAL STATIONERY & POSTAL CARDS as a partially
             prepared display. In 3 parts comprising, mint, postally used and postmarks. Either on fully annotated pages or as recieved from auction
             houses. With a good range of mint (50), from Facit M1 onwards, incl. envelopes, cards and Parcel Post address cards. Used range
             starting with late usage of Sept.1929 cover and 10.1929 cover with Reply stamp to recent issues used in the Congo, Cyprus, Lebannon
             etc.. Plus usage of postal stationery starting from 1914. Good range of postal markings on full entires/covers or postcards (50+) from
             1819 on incl. instructional marks, Faltpostkontoret, Faltpost, Postanstalten, Emergency postmarks etc.. Ready to be fully developed.
             Better items throughout. (150+)............................................................................................................................................. $600 - $800
923   C PS   Military group with annotated 14 page display titled “The Swedes - They Served on Foreign Soils 1904 - 1962” with 23 covers
      FDC
             outlining the Swedish role in international conflicts. Starts with 1904(Apr.6) postcard from POW Camp, Green Point, Cape of Good
             Hope - Sweden and covers the Saar Battallion, Moscow and United Nations Delegations and the conflicts in Korea, Ethopia, Egypt
             and the Congo. Plus 2 displays under construction with “Saar Battallion 1934-1935”, 9 covers and “Aland Detachments”, 4 covers.
             Interesting group encompassing many aspects of postal history. Scarcer items throughout. (36) (Photo) .......................... $250 - $350


             United States Of America
924   (*)    1869 (Sc.115) 6c Ultramarine, Washington, perf. 12, Grill 9½ x 9mm. Cat. Sc.$1,000 MNG. (Photo) ............................. $350 - $400
925   ** *   1926 (Oct.16-23) (Sc.630) 2c White Plains souvenir sheet (5 x 5) for the International Philatelic Exhibition, New York.
             Fine with full margins, hinged top L corner only, minor perf. separation. (Photo) ............................................................. $150 - $200
926   PC     AEROPHILATELY: 31 May 1930 (Si.64.F) flown postcard, Lakehurst - Seville - Friedrichshafen and return, franked with 65c Graf
             Zeppelin, cancelled Lakehurst, with violet Europe - Pan America Type II cachet, red on board cachet, Friedrichshafen cds and green
             New York Graf Zeppelin return cancel. Fine. (Photo) ......................................................................................................... $300 - $400
Lot                                                                             Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

927   C        31 May 1930 (Si.64.G) flown cover, Lakehurst - Germany, franked with $1.30 Graf Zeppelin, endorsed “VIA GRAF ZEPPELIN / c/o
               Postmaster Lakehurst N.J.” with violet Europe - Pan America Type II cachet, red on board cachet and b/stamp Friedrichshafen machine
               cancel. Fine. (Photo) ............................................................................................................................................................ $500 - $750
928   C        31 May 1930 (Si.64.G) flown cover, Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen and return, franked with $1.30 Graf Zeppelin on a 5c airmail envelope,
               cancelled Milwaukee, with Europe - Pan America Type II cachet, red on board cachet, Friedrichshafen cds and green New York Graf
               Zeppelin cancel. Minor faults at right. (Photo) .................................................................................................................... $500 - $600
929   PC       30 May 1930 (Si.64.K) flown postcard, Lakehurst - Friedrichshafen and return, franked with 65c Graf Zeppelin, cancelled Washington,
               with violet Europe - Pan America Type II cachet, red on board cachet and Friedrichshafen cds. Minor faults. (Photo) .... $150 - $200
930   **       AIRMAILS: 1918 (Sc.C1-3) 6c Orange, 16c Green & 24c Carmine rose & Blue Airmails.
               Fine and fresh set, the 6c a top marginal unit. (3) (Photo) .................................................................................................... $200 - $300
931   **       1923 (Sc.C4-6) 8c Dark green, 16c Dark blue & 24c Carmine Airmails. A fine and fresh set. (3) (Photo) ......................... $180 - $240
932   *        1930 (Sc.C13) 65c Green, Graf Zeppelin. Fine fresh colour. (Photo) ................................................................................. $100 - $150
933   *        1930 (Sc.C14) $1.30 Brown, Graf Zeppelin. MVLH, fresh colour. (Photo) ....................................................................... $200 - $300
934   **       1930 (Sc.C15) $2.60 Blue, Graf Zeppelin airmail. Minor gum wrinkles. Cat.Sc.$1,200. (Photo) ..................................... $500 - $750
935   ** * O   CANAL ZONE: Range with group of Canal Zone o’pts (42) incl. 1921 24c* & 50c* (Sc.65-66) and other values to $1 plus 1c, 2c
               & 3c postage dues (Sc.J18-20). Range of other issues incl. 1939 set, x2, (SC.120-135) and airmails. Mixed condition, majority fine.
               (160+)..................................................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $350


               Vanuatu
936   **       1980-93 collection housed in Kabe hingeless album. Complete as per album pages incl. English/French issues, souvenir sheets, o’pts,
               definitives and commemoratives. Noticed wildlife, flowers, aviation, Royalty etc. Cat. Sc.$650+. Fine** (100’s) ............ $200 - $300


               World Collections, Stocks & Accumulations
937   O        Two early 1900’s stamp albums with Aust. Colonies, ‘Roo’s incl. 5/-, 10/- & £1, Victorian Stamp Duty to £2 etc.
               Mixed condition. (100’s)........................................................................................................................................................ $200 - $300
938   O^       Hundreds of plastic bags with Australian stamps sorted into values upto 43c. A few kilos of Aust., New Zealand and world stamps used
               on piece. Will suit general collector, variety and postmark hunter. (1000’s) ......................................................................... $150 - $250
939   C PC     Mixed group of covers and postcards with GB pre-stamped entires (3), range of New Zealand mint postal stationery (12), used
      FDC
               South Aust. postal card (Prince Alfred College), Tonga ‘Tin Can’ mail(3), group of postcards incl. erotic ladies (14), Aust. first flight
               covers with AAMC.161(2), 385, 899 (2) and 1255. Plus a range of covers either FDC or with interesting usage or postmarks. (65+)
               (Photo)....................... ............................................................................................................................................................ $300 - $500
940   FDC      1980’s - 100’s of Australian ‘BENHAM’ silk covers, an album and a bundle of British Benham silk covers amd maximum cards.
      PC **
               As singles and sets, a mixture of addressed/unaddressed, all with relevant pictorial cancels. Plus a small group of Aust. Post items
               incl. stamps, FDC’s and PSE’s. Strong thematic appeal, some duplication, majority fine condition. (100’s) ...................... $150 - $250
941   O ** ^   Range of Australian and world stamps in albums and packets incl. MUH, noted Australia, France, New Zealand, Pacific Islands etc..
      FDC
               Duplicated range of several hundred Australian FDC’s and PSE’s incl. mint PSE’s. (100’s) .............................................. $150 - $200
942   OL*      Stockbooks, older style albums and exchange sheets with world stamps from Africa, Asia incl. China, Australia incl. ‘Roo’s
               & KGV, Europe, Great Britain, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, USA etc. Earlier issues and h/values throughout. Noted British
               C’wealth omnibus issues, PNG £1 Fiherman**, Russian Zeppelins. Mixed condition, take time to view. (1000’s) ... $500 - $750
943   O ** *   5 albums/stockbooks with mainly pre-decimal/decimal Australian collection which incl. a few ‘Roo’s and KGV, noted KGVI
      FDC
               definitives** incl. 3d Blue Die 1, 1A & II, Robes incl £1 CTO, coil perfs and imprint blks. Decimal range incl. a few mint and high
               values. Plus a few world stamps, FDC’s etc.. Mixed condition. (100’s) ............................................................................... $200 - $300
944   C FDC    Interesting array of Aust. & world covers, mostly WWI or WWII related incl. airmails, censored, postal stationery,
      PS
               registered, FDC’s etc. Noted 1908 Belgian Congo 15c postal card, group of censored WWII covers incl. 1940 USA cover
               to France, censored in Bermuda, h/stamped “RETURN TO SENDER / SERVICE SUSPENDED” and 1943 Aust. airgraph.
               Wide range, mixed condition. (120+) ................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
945   O ** *   2 stockbooks with an Australian pre-decimal collection incl. ‘Roo’s to 5/-, KGV to 1/4 etc., a PNG collection, 1920’s - 70’s
      FDC
               and Great Britain collection, QV to 1980’s, incl. P.O. packs. Plus a range of FDC’s. Mixed condition. (100’s).................. $200 - $250
946   O * ** (*) Analbum, 2 stockbooks and Hagner pages with an Australian and world collection. Australia with predecimal incl. ‘Roo’s to 2/-
               and KGV to 5d, both with **/*/FU as singles, multiples and imprint blks incl. inverted wmks, punct. ‘OS’ and a range of varieties.
               Then through to decimals incl. blocks, Plate No.’s and minor printing errors. Noted KGV 1d engraved imprint blks. Plus wide world
               range incl. Pacific Islands imprint blks etc. and a Papua group with varieties noted throughout. Some areas have been affected by
               humidity hence a conservative estimate. Mixed condition. (100’s).................................................................................... $600 - $1,000
947   O ** *   Australia and world collection in packets, envelopes and stockbooks, majority used with some MUH throughout. Aust. incl. pre-
      FDC
               decimal/decimal as singles and blocks** plus Aust. Post year albums 1981-85 & 1987-88, mint FV $300+. Plus range of Aust. and
               world FDC’s, noted pre-decimal/decimal Navigators. Generally fine condition. (1000’s) ................................................... $300 - $500
948   O * **   Homemade & other albums with Australian and world stamps. Aust. incl. some decimal MUH, P.O. packs and FDC’s.
      FDC
               Hundreds of envelopes of world and Australian stamps. Aust. with pre-decimal range, strength in KGV to 5d incl. 100’s
               of 1d Green. (1000’s) ............................................................................................................................................................. $150 - $200
Lot                                                                               Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                     Estimate


949   C PC Folder        with a diverse range of Australian and world covers, postcards, postal stationery etc. from 1866 onwards incl. airmails,
      PS FDC
                 registered, FDC’s, POW & censored and advertising. Scarcer Victorian postmarks noted. Mixed condition. (100+) ......... $200 - $400
950   O * **     Small stockbook with a mixed range. Australia with States, KGV incl. 3d Blue, opt ‘OS’ blk.8 CTO. Early GB incl. 1d blacks x3 and
                 2d Blue pair. Cape of Good Hope, New Zealand incl. Chalons and Papua incl. blks and varieties. World range incl. early USA and
                 printing varieties. Noted Japan ‘Dragons’, 4 different values. Mixed condition, inspection invited. (500)....................... $300 - $500
951   O (*)      PRE 1900’S ALBUM with a range of British Commonwealth, European, American and South American issues, with many imperfs.
                 Many stamps are pasted in, as was the practise. Incl. German & Italian States, Great Britain to 5/-, early Mauritius & USA plus Aust.
                 Colonies. Very mixed condition, patience should reward. (100’s) ........................................................................................ $250 - $500
952   *          GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS; 1911 (SG.1-7) ½d to 1/-, KEVII stamps of Fiji o’ptd in black & red set: Plus NAURU; 1916-23
                 (SG.21) 2/6 Brown Seahorse o’ptd “NAURU”. Fine and fresh*. (8) (Photo) ...................................................................... $160 - $200
953   O * ** ^   World range to 1960’s with an album and used on piece, including high values. Plus a small group of Aust. FDC’s, noted 1954
                 Royal Visit illustrated cover ‘Mildura’. Generally fine condition. (100’s) ............................................................................ $120 - $160
954   O*^        Stockbooks, an album and pages of GB and British C’wealth stamps, KGV to early QEII plus an Aust. collection incl. decimals.
                 Envelopes of world stamps. Box with over 2.4 kgs of world coins to crown size incl. silver. (100’s) ................................. $200 - $250
955   ** B       1990-92 Great Britain collection on Kabe hingeless pages. Incl. definitives, commemoratives, Regionals and souvenir sheets. GB
                 range on Hagners. Range of £5 & £6 booklets incl. £1 Wedgewood (½d with band at L, full perfs.). Extras incl. Guernsey, Isle of Man,
                 Austria and USA (h/value booklets). Fine**. (Qty.) .............................................................................................................. $120 - $200
956   ** O       7 albums/stockbooks of world stamps incl. Asia, Canada, Europe, Great Britain, New Zealand, Pacific Islands, USA etc..
      FDC
                 Earlier issues and h/values noted. Plus boxed set of FDC’s. Mixed condition, duplication throughout. (100’s) .................. $120 - $200
957   O ** C     Files, album pages, boxes and packets with a wide range of world stamps incl. sheets/part sheets, airmails, postage dues etc.
                 Noted a box of Germany, a folder of German postal history incl. WWII covers and an album of Switzerland. A range of
                 accessories incl. mounts and over 1.5kg of stamp hinges. Plus a carton of Australian and New Zealand FDC’s. (1000’s) . $200 - $300
958   O^         Old time accumulation in boxes and bags with Aust. Great Britain, Greece, Turkey and other European countries.
                 Much pre. WW1, with a good percentage on piece. Incl. 2 ‘albums’ with a few Aust. States. Noted 4d, 5d & 6d Tasmanian
                 pictorials perf. large “A”. (100’s)........................................................................................................................................... $120 - $200
959   O * **     Large stockbook with stamps from over 45 different countries incl. British C’wealth, Asia, Africa, Europe and the Middle East.
                 Majority pre WWII as singles and part sets, also incl. blocks, souvenir sheets, booklet panes, revenues etc.. Better items throughout,
                 noted early Japan. Some duplication, mixed condition. (100’s) ............................................................................................ $300 - $500
960   O * **     Similiar to previous lot with stamps from over 45 different countries incl. British C’wealth, Asia and Europe with the emphasis on
                 Africa (French Colonies) & South America. Majority upto WWII as singles and part sets, also incl. blocks, souvenir sheets (perf./
                 imperf.), revenues etc.. Noted German range incl. properganda stamps and Spanish Civil War group. Some duplication, mixed
                 condition. (100’s) ................................................................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
961   O * **     Large full stockbook with over 20 countries incl. Austria, Belgium, Canada, Fiji, Great Britain, Greece, Hungary, Latvia, Natal,
                 Netherlands, New Zealand, Russia, Sweden, Transvaal and USA as singles, part sets/sets and blocks. Better items throughout, noted
                 earlies, high values, revenues, NZ ‘Smiling Boys’ etc.. Mixed condition, allow time to fully view. (100’s) ....................... $400 - $600
962   ^ FDC      Suitcase & large box with albums, stockbooks, tins, boxes and envelopes of Australian and world stamps, much on piece. Has not
      O **
                 seen the light of day for a few years. Noticed good range of Malayasian States and Singapore used on piece. Plus a group of Malayasian
                 and world FDC’s. Mixed condition. Will take time to sort through, some postmark interest. (1000’s) ............................... $200 - $300
963   O * ** (*) Early Schaubek album and a stockbook to late 1920’s with a world range with many from Europe and the Middle East incl. Turkey,
                 Bulgaria, Persia, Austria etc. or South America. Noted range from Greece incl. imperf. Hermes heads, Thailand o’pts, Aust. 2/5 Blue
                 Wren cream ppr blk of 16** & 1971 Xmas blk of 7** plus a few covers. Mixed condition. (100’s)................................... $300 - $500
964   O          5 stockbooks and Hagners with Australia incl. States, a few ‘Roos & KGV. Diverse world range incl. some earlies, New Zealand and
                 lots of Great Britain, plus old USA catalogues. (100’s) ......................................................................................................... $120 - $160
965   O ^ ** C   Packets and boxes with a world mixture. Incl. Great Britain, USA, British Commonwealth, Europe etc.. Plus P.O. packs and a range
                 of covers, some commercial, majority FDC’s. High values noted. (100’s) ........................................................................... $120 - $200
966   O * **     Mainly RUSSIAN collection in 3 albums and 3 stockbooks from the earlies to late 1990’s. Heavily duplicated. Noted scarcer 1930’s
                 issues incl. balloons and Zeppelins. Plus 3 s/books of USA and South America. Will benefit with re-organization, allow time to fully
                 view. (100’s)................... ........................................................................................................................................................ $400 - $600
967   ** FDC US      SPORTS STARS: Babe Ruth, Joe Montana, Cal Ripkin Jr, Nolan Ryan & Jackie Robinson - Folders containing
                 commemorative gold stamps & FDCs 1995-97, c50 each of the first four, c16 of Jackie Robinson. Great lot for the ebay seller!
                 (Total c216)............................................................................................................................................................................$200 - $250
968   L          LITERATURE: Accumulation of auction catalogues ete., mostly from 1990’s on. Majority Australia or Asia. Many named sales
                 incl. 1996 Wei-Liang Chow ‘Treaty Ports of China’, Beckeman ‘Large Dragons’ and 2009 Dr Stephen Gates China. (70+) . OFFER
969              ACCESSORIES: SAFE cased deluxe sheet files. (8) .......................................................................................................... $100 - $200

970              3 large boxes with new 64 white pages stockbooks (6), used 48 white pages stockbooks (3), new/used cased 4 ring binders (6), group
                 of empty binders and albums, 3 boxes of stockcards (small & medium), box of sleeves, bags, page protectors etc. and a few useful
                 catalogues. (Qty.) ................................................................................................................................................................... $250 - $350
Lot                                                                              Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

971            3 large boxes with new 64 page white stockbooks (5), as new 48 page black stockbook, new/used cased 3 or 4 ring binders ( 5),
               2 new & 1 used Stanley Gibbons 22 ring stamp albums plus 6 packets (10 sheets) album pages, group of empty binders and albums,
               3 boxes of stockcards(small & medium), 3 drop-down cover display sheets, box of sleeves, bags, page protectors, album pages etc.
               (Qty.).......................................................................................................................................................................................$250 - $350
972   **       BRITISH COMM: 1977 Silver Jubilee collection in blocks 4 to 18, incl imprints, controls etc. from 15 countries incl. Solomon Is.,
               French New Hebrides, Samoa & Seychelles; JERSEY 1971 Wildlife set x 15 and Paintings set x 40. SG.£300+. (100’s) .. $50 - $150
973   CO       GREAT BRITAIN: Small accumulation with a group of covers (12+) incl. pre stamp entires, QV covers etc.. Range of stamps with
               QV to 1/-, KEVII to 1/-, KGV Seahorses to 10/-, KGVI to £1 incl. a used blk of 6 and QEII to £1 incl. used pairs. Plus a range of KGV
               and KEVIII with inverted & sideways wmks. Mixed condition. (100’s) .............................................................................. $120 - $150
974   ** * O   Useful group with Wildings and pre-decimal/decimal Machin range incl. h/values, Cylinder No. blks and strips, booklet panes etc..
               Noted pane with ½p turquoise-blue, with band at left, full perfs**. Incl. some earlier issues plus range of commemoratives and
               definitives from GB, Guernsey, Isle of Man & Jersey, majority full sets in small boxes. Majority fine. (100’s).................. $120 - $160
975   ^O       MALAYSIA: Albums, boxes, tins and envelopes of Malayasian States, Singapore etc.. Majority definitives used on piece from the
               1950, & 60’s. Some earlier issues incl. Tigers. Ideal for the specialist or postmark collector. (1000’s) ............................... $200 - $400
976   *C       NEW ZEALAND: 1906 (SG.370,372-73) ½d, 3d & 6d Auckland Exhibition, couple of minor faults, pleasing appearance. Plus 3
               flown covers with 30 Apr./2 May 1940 (AAMC.899,900) N.Z. - Aust., N.Z. - England and Aust. - New Zealand. (6) ...... $200 - $300
977   ** FDC   1953-90 collection on Seven Seas hingeless pages and on Hagners. Complete as per pages, incl. souvenir sheets. Plus 1990 Heritage
      O*
               Stamp collection, a few duplicates and BOB issues. Vast majority fine**. (100’s) .............................................................. $200 - $300
978   **       NORFOLK ISLAND: 1947-93 simplified collection on Seven Seas hingeless pages and 1994 on Hagners. Complete as per pages.
               (100’s)......................... ........................................................................................................................................................... $150 - $200
979   ** * O   PACIFIC ISLANDS: Stockbooks with Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Fiji, Nauru, Norfolk Islad, Papua New Guinea,
               Pitcairn Islands, Samoa from 1970’s & 80’s, as singles, sets, gutter strips and positional blocks. Noticed British Solomn Islands KGVI
               part set to 10/-**. Generally fine**. (100’s) .......................................................................................................................... $120 - $200
980   ** * FDC Group of singles, sets, souvenir sheets, positional blocks, P.O. packs and FDC’s. With Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Cook Islands, Kiribati,
               Nauru, Norfolk Is. incl. Ball Bay set** & white pprs* and a range of official photographs, PNG incl. £1 Fisherman* and other high
               values, Samoa, Tuvalau and Vanuatu. Generally fine condition. (100’s)............................................................................... $200 - $300
981   * ** O   Collections in 4 albums & 3 stockbooks of mainly QEII period issues mostly mint & some used, with duplication in places, includes
               AAT, Christmas Island, Cocos (Keeling) Island, Fiji, Nauru, New Zealand, Norfolk Island, Pitcairn & a better range of Papua New
               Guinea. Worth inspection. (100s).......................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
982   FDC ** ^ PAPUA     NEW GUINEA: Accumulation of stamps and FDC’s, 1960’s to mid 1970’s. Stamps as singles, blocks incl. imprints,
               sheets and packs. FDC’s, majority un-addressed, in quantities upto 30+. Also incl. quantities of information sheets. Mixed condition.
               (100’s)................. ................................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
983   ** *     SAMOA: 1958-1980 comprehensive collection on hingeless pages, incl. definitive / commemorative sets and souvenir sheets.
               Cat. $US275+. Plus 1981 Pitcairn Is. Philatokyo packs(5). Vast majority**. (100’s)........................................................... $120 - $200
984   C PC     THEMATIC: MILITARY: Range of covers, postcards etc. illustrating military and/or censorship usage. Incl. airmails, registered
      PS
               and express with military and other markings. Many Finnish and WWI related but also incl. 1914 Morocco - Denmark, 1919 South
               Africa - Denmark, 1931 China - Sweden, Spanish Civil War etc.. Noted 1918 (Mar.8) Hungarian censored cover, Sweden - Hungary,
               with 5 on 4, 5 on 6 & 10 on 50 öre Landstormen o’pts, stated to be only known cover to Hungary with Landstromen franking and 1939
               (Oct.12) Finnish Olympic cover with “KENTTÄPOSTIA” h/stamp. Majority on annotated pages. Nice group. (48) ........ $400 - $600
985   C PC     MILITARY: 3 annotated pages headed “DANES & SWEDES SERVING OTHER MASTERS” with 1915 (Aug.15) censored
      PS
               cover France - Sweden from a Swedish volunteer with the French Foreign Legion resting at Camp de la Valbonne; 1915 cover Sweden
               - Vienna to a Swedish doctor working in a Austrian Hospital; 1917 (Mar.6) Field postcard from a Dane in the German army; 1917 (May
               28) censored cover addressed to a Swedish volunteer held as a POW in Austria, recognized by Sweden as POW mail and delivered free
               of charge; 1957 two reg. covers, from India & Pakistan, to Gunnar Jarring, Swedish Ambassador to the U.N. (6) (Photo) $300 - $400
986   ** B     ROYALTY - 1977 QEII SILVER JUBILEE: 2 full stockbooks of blocks, positional blocks, souvenir sheets and booklets from
               Commonwealth & non Commonwealth countries incl. former French Colonies. Stamp and souvenir sheets both perf./imperf. Scarcer
               items noted. In various quantities upto 8x. (100’s) ............................................................................................................... $400 - $600
987   **       THEMATIC - OLYMPIC GAMES: Collection in small album for 1964 Winter Olympics, Innsbruck & Summer Olympics,
               Tokyo. From Albania, Dominican Republic (Rome Olympics), Guinea, Hungary, Panama, Poland, Romania and Russia incl. 1964 1r
               red & green imperf sheets. Most issues in perf. & imperf. sets and/or souvenir sheets as appropriate. With better issues from Albania
               and Hungary. Sc.: $1100+. (300+) (Photo) ........................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
988   ** CTO   1956 MELBOURNE OLYMPICS; collection from Australia, various European countries incl. Italy, Poland, Russia & San Marino,
      FDC D
               Dominican Republic etc.. Comprising postage stamps (150+), souvenir sheets(25), FDC’s & commemorative postcards(45+), publicity
               labels(25+) plus associated ephemera incl. a program and timetable. Note many of the stamp sets are surcharged and the souvenir
               sheets both perf. & imperf. Mixed condition, majority fine. (225+) ..................................................................................... $500 - $750
989   ** *     1960 Winter Olympic Games SQUAW VALLEY USA comprising postage stamps (34) & FDC’s (14) from Bulgaria, Czechoslavakia,
      FDC D
               Haiti, Hungary, Monaco, USA, USSR etc. Noted pane of Lake Tahoe vignettes, USA Organizing Committee vignettes, an Aust. Poste
               Restante cover and 18 Feb.1960 Netherlands Rocket cover. Mixed condition. (60+) .......................................................... $100 - $150
 Lot                                                                             Coins, Stamps & Postal History                                                                                       Estimate

990    ** * FDC 1960  ROME OLYMPICS comprehensive collection, from a wide range of countries, with postage stamps (315+), souvenir sheets
       PC
                (25+), FDC’s (55), postcards incl. maximum cards (60+), commemorative covers incl. rocket & flight covers (15+) and vignettes (14).
                Stamps and souvenir sheets both perf. & imperf. and many items both mint & used. Incl. Organizing Committee covers and postal
                stationery plus a small range of ephemera. Noted most covers/postcards with Olympic cancellations. Difficult to fully replicate.
                Some duplication, mixed condition. (485+) ....................................................................................................................... $750 - $1,000
 991   ** * FDC 1964 Winter Olympics           INNSBRUCK collection with stamps, souvenir sheets, good range of FDC’s, postcards, commercial
       PC
                and commemorative covers etc. Noted 2 covers from the Organizing Committee and USSR stamps o’pt and imperf. Mixed condition.
                (125+ items.)................ .......................................................................................................................................................... $300 - $400
 992   ** * FDC 1964 TOKYO      OLYMPICS collection, from a wide range of countries. Stamps (535+) incl. overprints, perf. & imperf sets. Souvenir
       PC
                sheets (50+) both perf. & imperf. Range of FDC’s (45+), plus postcards and commemorative covers most with Olympic cancellations.
                Inspection will reward. Some duplication, mixed condition. (645+) .................................................................................... $500 - $750
 993   * ** FDC 1968 Winter Olympics GRENOBLE; collection with stamps (130+), souvenir sheets (6), FDC’s & postcards etc. (20+) and vignettes
       PC
                (3). Incl. related ephemera with several items from the Organizing Committee. Mixed condition. (160+) ......................... $200 - $250
 994   * ** CTO 1968 MEXICO OLYMPICS collection majority sets of stamps and souvenir sheets either**/*/CTO. Group of FDC’s and
       FDC
                commemorative covers, many unaddressed with pictorial cancels. A few vignettes incl. 3 sheetlets. Many rarely seen items noted.
                Some duplication, mixed condition. (425+) .......................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
 995   * ** CTO 1972 SAPPORO and MUNICH Winter and Summer Olympics: in 2 volumes with sets of stamps and souvenir sheets, majority**.
       FDC
                Group of FDC’s and commemorative covers incl. a range of Polish Balloon Posts for both Games . Some duplication, mixed condition.
                (300+)..................................................................................................................................................................................... $200 - $400
 996   ** P     1976 Winter Olympics INNSBRUCK: with over 255 stamps, vast majority in full sets incl. o’pts, h/values and perf./imperf. sets.
                Plus over 65 souvenir sheets many both perf./imperf. Noted b/w photographic proof of Hungarian 10ft souvenir sheet.
                (325+)..................................................................................................................................................................................... $300 - $500
 997   ** P     1976 MONTREAL OLYMPICS: extensive collection with over 775 stamps, vast majority in full sets incl. o’pts, h/values, gold o’pts/
       CTO
                embossed and sets both perf./imperf. Plus over 130 souvenir sheets many both perf./imperf. Noted 2 Hungarian b/w photographic
       FDC
                proofs, Polish black print souvenir sheets, 2 full sheets of stamps and a few covers. Majority fine**. (910) ...................... $500 - $750
 998   **       1980 Winter Olympics LAKE PLACID USA collection with stamps in singles, sets, gutter pairs and se-tenant strips incl. a range of
                o’pts and h/values. Plus over 70 souvenir sheets. Many stamp sets and souvenir sheets both perf./imperf. Fine**. (295+) $200 - $400
 999   ** FDC   1980 MOSCOW OLYMPICS: extensive collection with stamps in singles, sets, se-tenant pairs and strips incl. a range of o’pts, gold
                embossed and h/values. Over 116 souvenir sheets. Many stamp sets and souvenir sheets both perf./imperf, some slight duplication.
                Plus a heavily duplicated range of USSR commemorative covers and postcards. Vast majority fine**. (925+).................. $500 - $750
1000   ** CTO   1984 Winter Olympics SARAJEVO collection with 160+ stamps in singles, sets and se-tenant strips. Plus over 25 souvenir sheets.
                Incl. h/values and gold embossed issues. Mixed condition, majority fine**. (185+) ............................................................ $200 - $400
1001   ** CTO   1984 LOS ANGELES OLYMPICS: comprehensive collection with 810+ stamps in singles, sets, gutter strips and se-tenant pairs
       (*) B
                & strips. Plus over 130 souvenir sheets. Incl. imperfs., overprints, h/values, gold embossed/o’pt issues, 3 booklets and newspaper
                clippings. Some duplication, vast majority fine**. (950+) .................................................................................................... $300 - $500
1002   **       1988 Winter Olympics CALGARY collection with 175+ stamps and 40 souvenir sheets. Includes se-tenant pairs, overprints,
                high values, Tabs and gold embossed. Fine**. (215+) .......................................................................................................... $200 - $300
1003   ** CTO   1988 SEOUL OLYMPICS: comprehensive collection with 860+ stamps and 190+ souvenir sheets as singles and sets. Includes
       B
                overprints, blocks, h/ values, se-tenant pairs & strips, gold embossed, numbered souvenir sheets, stamps & souvenir sheets both perf./
                imperf and 3 booklets. Vast majority fine**. (1050+) ........................................................................................................... $500 - $750
1004   **       1992 Winter Olympics ALBERTVILLE collection with 230+ stamps and 65+ souvenir sheets. Includes gutter pairs, numbered and
                imperf. souvenir sheets, high values, gold embossed, gold overprints, Tabs, etc.. Noted French imperf. black print souvenir sheet.
                Slight duplication, fine**. (300+) .......................................................................................................................................... $200 - $300
1005   ** CTO   1992 BARCELONA OLYMPICS collection with 865+ stamps and 170+ souvenir sheets as singles and sets.
                Includes gutter pairs, blocks, overprints, se-tenant pairs & strips, gold embossed and 4 booklets. Some duplication,
                vast majority fine**. (1045+)................................................................................................................................................. $400 - $600
1006   ** (*)   1994 Winter Olympics LILLEHAMMER collection with 140+ stamps and 40+ souvenir sheets. Includes overprints, silver &
                gold overprints, gold embossed, se-tenant pairs & strips and high values. Some duplication, majority fine**. (180+)....... $200 - $400
1007   ** B     1994 OLYMPIC CENTENARY COLLECTION A to Z with 445+ stamps and 75+ souvenir sheets. Includes overprints,
                se-tenant pairs & strips, Tabs, souvenir sheets both perf./imperf. and a booklet. Fine** (520+) .......................................... $300 - $500
1008   ** B     1996 ATLANTA OLYMPICS collection: Albania to Zaire with 570+ stamps and 165+ souvenir sheets as singles and sets. Includes
                numbered souvenir sheets, se-tenant pairs & strips, imperfs, blocks, Tabs, gold & silver embossed, surcharges and 3 booklets.
                Noted presentation folder from Greece with 3 matching numbered souvenir sheets. Some duplication, fine**. (740+) ..... $500 - $750
1009   **       1998 Winter Olympics LAKE NAGANO collection with 135+ stamps and 70+ souvenir sheets. Includes blocks, se-tenant pairs &
                strips and high values. All fine**. (205+) .............................................................................................................................. $200 - $300
1010   *        2000 Sydney Olympics with an Aust. Post range incl. packs & souvenir sheets etc. then countries A to Z with 300+ stamps and 150+
                souvenir sheets. All in various formats incl. high values and se-tenant. Noted Kuwait presentation folder. Plus a group of ephemera,
                badges and Salt Lake 2002 items. Vast majority fine**. (550+) ........................................................................................... $500 - $750
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