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MAP45) Australia Mining Ephemera. Comprising ancient map reproduction of Eureka Street Ballarat (Vic) and two large original 1880’s official Notices “Application for a Gold Mining Lease” and “Forfeiture of a Gold Mining Lease” the 1st printed by Robt. S. Brain (Gov’t printer) and the 2nd by John Ferres: John Ferres (1818-1898), government printer, was born 1 October 1818 at Bath, England, the second son of Robert Ferres (d.1820), printer. Read more here: http://adb.anu.edu.au/biography/ferres-john-3513 Fascinating historical documents. Price $149
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Post: PO BOX 1290, Upwey, Victoria, Australia, 3158
Buy now at the listed price or bid a lower figure. Bids will be considered at Midday Friday 1st November 2019
Orders and Bids accepted by phone, mail or email.
Provided the item has not sold at the full price, bids at 75% to 95% will have a good chance of success; 65% - 74% will have a reasonable chance of success. Bids 50% to 64% will have minimal chance of success, but still worth a try!
Bid for as many alternatives as you wish, but please put a dollar cap on your total spending, and we will allocate lots according to what is available.
Orders at full price above $500 are post free within Australia. Layby welcome for orders above $500. Scans or colour photocopies of individual stamps, covers or sets are available on request.
Many smaller items, including a lot that are not on this list may be found in our eBay listings. Our store name is 21st-century-auctions
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All of our items carry our 14 day satisfaction guarantee, EXCEPTING Collections, packets and mixtures, these may not be returned for any reason unless grossly mis-described