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ALBUMS, ACCESSORIES AND PUBLICATIONS

SS1) Seven Seas Australia gold blocked Green Padded Binder & Slipcase, as new. Retail $49. Half price $24.50 each 5 for $119 (7 available)

VST1) New Coin albums, post style to fit coins as follows: Halfpennies, Pennies, 3d & 6d, 1/-, Florin, 1c to 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 or $2. Available in Burgundy, Brown, Green, Blue or Black. Each has a space and printed backing sheets for each date/type of coin issued. Price $24.50 each.

VST2) New Decimal coin album, A4 size with spaces for all Decimal Coins, 1c - $2 1966 -2018 in 2 volumes. Available in Burgundy, Brown, Green, Blue or Black. Each has a space and printed backing sheets for each date/type of coin issued. Price $126.50 per 2 volume set

VST3) New standard coin album with spaces for different sizes of coin. Available in Burgundy, Brown, Green, Blue or Black. Each has a space and printed backing sheets for each page. 6 page album price $32.50, 12 page album, price $47.50. (Binder only available at $17.50, extra leaves and backing sheets $24.50 per 10, available in 72, 56, 42, 30 or 20 spaces)

VST4) New standard banknote album, each page with 3 divisions and white backing sheet.  Available in Burgundy, Brown, Green, Blue or Black. 6 page album price $32.50, 12 page album, price $47.50. (Binder only available at $17.50, extra leaves and backing sheets $24.50 per 10, available in 2 or 3 divisions)

FE19) Two x Royal Mail super quality padded postcard albums, in Olive Green, as new, each with 50 brand new 2 division double sided  Hagner style sheets. Space for up to 400 Postcards or Covers. Retail value for new albums, plus the Hagners would be $315, price under a half $149

FE72) Tweezers, famous Solingen German Manufacture, the one dealers prefer, 150mm pointed ends supplied in protective sheath. RRP $16.50 per pair, my price NEAR HALF at $8.50, or two pairs for $15. (Dealer special 10 pairs for $62.50)


Cinderellas

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

COLLECTIONS AND LOTS

FIRST UP WE HAVE A WORLDWIDE LOT IN 39 ALBUMS, THE ESTATE OF A RETIRED NUN. ALL IN HOME MADE POST STYLE ALBUMS. EACH ALBUM HAS ALL DIFFERENT STAMPS FROM A WIDE PERIOD EARLY TO VERY MODERN, MAINLY POSTALLY USED. THIS LADY KEPT ACCURATE RECORDS OF THE NUMBER OF STAMPS IN EACH ALBUM. THIS LOT IS TOTALLY UNPICKED AS RECEIVED. IF YOU ARE VERY QUICK YOU CAN BUY THE LOT PRICED TO SELL FOR $9250 PLUS FOR $8795, TERM PAYMENTS AVAILABLE.

CMO1) Europe 2, mainly Bulgaria early to modern, plus some Cyprus plus a few other bits & pieces. Stated to be 533 stamps, under 10c each, price $49

CMO2) Europe 3, Czechoslovakia with some Denmark & Finland. Nice clean lot, earlies to about 1970 plus a few Czech Republic. Stated 1723 stamps. Cheap at under 6c per stamp, $95 the lot

CMO3) Europe 4, France to Greenland. Strength in France & Greece, stated to be 1558 stamps, price under 15c per stamp, $229

CMO4) Europe 5, Iceland to Monaco. Really nice lot early to modern with strength in Luxembourg & Malta. Stated to be 1723 stamps. Under 15c per stamp, price $249   

CMO5) Europe 6, Netherlands & Norway. About 90% Netherlands early to modern. Stated to be 1410 stamps. Under 15c per stamp $210.

CMO6) Europe 7, Portugal & Romania. Very nice clean lot of 1119 stamps early to modern. The more modern Romania is cto. Under 14c per stamp, price $149 

CMO7) Europe 8, Russia. Early to Modern, nothing after 1990. 542 stamps, under 10c a stamp. Price $49
 
CMO8) Europe 9, San Marino to Sweden. Strength in Spain & Sweden, early to modern, mainly used. Stated to be 1152 stamps. Under 15c per stamp, price $165  

CMO9) Europe 10, Switzerland to Yugoslavia. Nice lot of early to modern, strength in Switzerland. Stated to be 983 stamps. Under 15c each, price $139 

CMO10) Asia 1, Aden to Ceylon. Stated to be 753 stamps. Decent Aden, Burma & Ceylon, some Arab States. Less than 15c per stamp, $110

CMO11) Asia 2, China to Hong Kong, with Taiwan & a few other minor items form Arab States. A fantastic lot with China earlies to about 1999. A very nice collection with some medium to high catalogue stamps here from the late 1960’s. stated to be 1584 stamps. Has to be worth 50c per stamp average, priced less than that $695 the lot.  

CMO12) Asia 3, India & Indonesia. Early India Queen Victoria with some States to about 2010, then Indonesia to 2006. 1783 stamps for around 14c a stamp, $249 

CMO13) Asia 4, Iraq – Macau. Emphasis on Japan which is quite extensive, early – modern. Also some nice Israel. Stated 1476 stamps. Very good value at under 20c per stamp, $279  

CMO14) Asia 5, Malay States – Iran. Good lot of mostly postally used. Good Malaysia, North Borneo & Persia. Stated 1494 stamps. Cheap at under 20c each. Price $295  

CMO15) Asia 6, Philippines. Lovely early to modern postally used collection to 1997. Stated to be 1410 stamps. Under 15c each, price $195 

CMO16) Asia 7, Portuguese India to Tannu Tuva. Queen Victoria to modern. Strength in Straits Settlements, Singapore, Ceylon/Sri Lanka, Sth. Korea & Syria. Stated to be 1245 stamps. Vedry good value at 20c per stamp. $249

CMO17) Asia 8, Thailand to Yemen. Strength in Thailand, Turkey & Vietnam. A very good lot of 1437 stamps. Under 20c each, price $275 

CMO18) Africa 1, Algeria to French West Africa. Early to modern, strength in Egypt/UAR. Stated 1224 stamps. Well priced at under 20c each, $239

CMO19) Africa 2, Gabon to Mozambique. Nice ranges of most countries with nice Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar & Mauritius. Early to modern, mot postally used. Stated 1381 stamps. Good value at under 20c per stamp. $259 

CM020) Africa 3, Namibia to Tanganyika. Stated to be 1378 stamps. Good range of French and British former colonies, early to modern. Strength in Southern Africa. Also some nice Sudan. Priced under 15c per stamp, $189 the lot

CMO21) Africa 4, Tanzania to Zimbabwe. Early to modern, mostly postally used. Nice Tanzania, Transvaal & UAR. Stated 1129 stamps for under 15c a stamp. $159

CMO22) Great Britain, mostly modern but did notice KGV Seahorses to 10/-. Many commem. Sets plus Machins, Regionals & Channel Is. & Isle of Man. Very clean lot, stated to be 2642 stamps. Under 15c a stamp, price $375

CMO23) Ireland, mostly modern postally used, many complete commem. Sets. Stated to be 1936 stamps. Under 20c a stamp, price $359 

CMO24) Germany, all areas & periods inc. States & Occupation issues. Most postally used, some better singles and sets. Stated to be 2450 stamps. Under 15c a stamp, price $349

CMO25) Hungary, early to modern with post 1956 being cto. Stated 1345 stamps. Under 10c a stamp. $129

CMO26) Italy, early to modern mostly postally used. Stated to be 2027 stamps. Very nice lot. Under 15c a stamp, $289 

CMO27) Poland, early to modern. Most postally used, some mint & cto. Stated 1392 stamps. Under 10c a stamp, price $129

CMO28) Oceania 2, Fiji to Ross Dependency. A very good
Lot of mostly postally used early to modern. Very good Fiji, New Hebrides & Norfolk Is. Stated 1246 stamps. Well worth 25c per stamp, priced under that, price $295  

CMO29) Oceania 3, Samoa to Wallis & Futuna Is. Noted GRI Ovpts. Om German Samoa. SG 101/103 used cat. £80. Lovely clean lot of mainly modern large. Strength in Samoa, Solomon Is. & Tonga. Stated to be 806 stamps, under 20c per stamp, price $159

CMO30) Papua & New Guinea. Commences Lakatois & Birds of Paradise, German New Guinea Yacht types 5pfg – 80pfg, less 10pfg, all nice cds used, cat. £160, PNG £1 Fisherman & 1/7d Cattle used, Birds to 10/- mint, then mostly complete mint lightly hinged to 2017, inc. many minisheets. Stated to be 2089 stamps. Has to be worth 50c per stamp. Huge retail & face value. Priced well below that at $940   

CMO31) Vatican, in 2 volumes. Volume 1 starts with some nicer earlies and is quite complete to about 2010. Volume 2 is a white Ace Album 1929 – 1980 and sparsely filled. Stated to be 1428 stamps, under 15c each. $195  

CMO32) USA1, mostly postally used early to modern, with some sheetlets mint. Stated 2129 stamps. Definitely worth 15c a stamp. Price $319 

CMO33) USA2, similar to above without the sheetlets. Did note Columbus set to 15c used average condition. Stated 1618 stamps for $239

CMO34) Canada. KGV to quite recent, all postally used it seems. Noted 1937 CNE labels x 25. Total of 1641 stamps, under 10c each, price $159   

CMO35) New Zealand, Queen Victoria – 2005 approx. Very nice mainly postally used lot with Queen Victoria long type Stamp Duties to 15/- fiscally used, 5/- Mount Cook fiscally used, KGV 2/- & 3/- Admirals, QEII on horseback 2/6d Brown,  £1 Geyser, $2 Multicoloured Geyser. Many, many complete commem. sets. A lovely lot. Stated 1914 stamps. Well worth 20c per stamp. $379 
 
CMO36) North & Central America with West Indies, plus United Nations. Very wide ranging from Queen Victoria onwards. Most postally used. Stated to be 1502 stamps. Very good value at around 15c per stamp. Price $225 

CMO37) South America, most postally used early to modern. With good Argentina, Bolivia, Brasil, Chile, Peru etc. Stated 1789 stamps. Good value at around 15c each $265

CM038) Austria, early to modern mostly postally used. Very colourful lot with a high degree of completeness to about 2005. Good value at about 20c per stamp, stated to be 1443. Price $285

CMO38a) As above, all lots CMO1 – CMO38 priced to sell at $9250 for $8975, terms available…BE QUICK!

CMO39) World Collection in Old Universal Album, fastbound, Burgundy colour with gold blocking. 7th edition, published by Wm. Ackland Melbourne. Virtually nothing removed. 340 pages, including 10 full page maps! Very good condition and nothing after 1937 it seems, most postally used, some mint. Condition a bit mixed, but a lot of good pickings. Noted Australia Kangaroos to 2/- Brown, KGV 4d Lemon, good Europe, South America, Japan, New Hebrides & USA. Am guessing roughly 2500 stamps. At 15c per stamp this is a steal. Price $375 

CMO40) World letters A – F Collection in Old Viking Maroon Springback Album. Nothing removed and plenty of spare pages at back for continuation. Noted some very nice China, decent Austria, Belgium, Belgian Congo, Czech. & France. Much early, and nothing after about 1956 it seems. Most postally used, a few mint About 1000 stamps. Good value at 15 cents each $149

CMO41) World Collection letters F - Z in old Red Gibbons Strand Hardback Album, 364 pages. Dated inside 1938, and appears noting after about 1960. Some removed to the above album CMO40 it appears, but still a lot of pickings, mint & used. Must be about 2500 - 3000 here with good Germany, GB, Holland, Hungary, Poland, Romania, Spain, USA & much more. A good lot at 15c per stamp. Price $375

CMO42) Japan M+U collection/accumulation in Grey Lighthouse 48 page. Many 100s of stamps here, maybe even 1000 for just $A149. Noted 1975 Mini sheet postally used cat 3000Y = $A40, other sheetlets and better 1967 MUH fresh Defins higher vals. etc. There is duplication, heavy in places. Price $149 

CMO43) Switzerland 1968 – 72, nice run of official unaddressed full set FDC’s inc. Pro Patria, Pro Juventute, Birds, Flora, Fauna, Europa, Planes, Pope Paul VI Visit etc. Plus a 1980 5fr overprinted green definitive booklet, cat. $45 in 2009. 30 covers in all plus 1 booklet, clean fresh lot for $110. Less than $3.50 per item!

CMA1) Magnificent Russia collection mint & used 1865 – 1959. Housed and well written up in black fountain pen stating name and date of issue, and perf. Size where applicable. Housed in 4 post style albums. (3 Navy Blue, 1 Black) Catalogued by Gibbons Stamps of the World 2019, no note has been made of perforation & shade varieties, or whether perf. or imperf. A very good degree of completeness has been achieved over several decades. Noted many good complete sets, inc. Zeppelins (perf. And imperf.) and Airmails. This is a terrific lot and deserves further work to complete. Total Simplified catalogue value is £9350 +, and a 5th volume of states and possessions is included free. At about 25% catalogue, this represents very good buying. Price $4250.

CMA2) Three large stockbooks of World, early to modern, all different, mostly postally used. Neatly organised by country. Many pickings here. Roughly 2500 – 3000 stamps here. Price $135

CMA4) Papua New Guinea 1952 – 1985 complete MUH (No postage dues) in Green Seven Seas Hingeless album & binder. Album alone new cost $360 and stamps Sydney retail is $675 so a total value of $1035, price under 50%, $495 

CAU6) Fiji Collection from 1953-2000 on Seven Seas hingeless pages, MUH, in 2 Green padded slipcases & binder. Albums alone new cost approx. $650! Missing only 8 stamps form the 1986-90 Definitive reprints. Sydney retail $2375 plus $650 for the albums = $3025 Price well under 45% $1275

CAU9) Nauru Collection 1916-2000 complete MUH, ex Seahorses on Seven Seas hingeless pages, in Blue padded binder & slipcase. Album alone new cost $495 & Sydney retail of stamps = $1295 plus so a total retail here of $1790, price under 55%, $975

CAU10) Cocos Keeling Islands. 1963-2001 complete MUH on Seven Seas hingeless pages, in Blue padded slipcase & binder.  completion. Album alone new cost $185. Includes the $5 overprinted Airmail & full set of 1990-1 Postage paid provisional overprints. Sydney retail $1295 plus, so a retail value here of $1480, priced well at 65%, $975

CAU11) Samoa: 1962-Feb 2000 complete MUH on Seven Seas hingeless, in 2 Blue padded slipcases & binders. Albums alone new cost $550! Sydney retail for stamps = $1635 plus so a total retail here of $2185, priced very cheaply at around 50%, $1125

CAU12) Pitcairn Islands 1940-2000 Complete MUH on Seven Seas hingeless pages, in Brown padded slipcase & binder. Album alone new cost $560! Sydney retail of stamps = $2070 so a total value here of $2630. Includes 1940 Definitives, 1948 Silver Wedding & 1949 UPU. Priced very well at under 60%, price $1575

CAU13) Christmas Island 1958-2001 complete MUH, in Seven Seas hingeless pages and Brown padded binder & slipcase. Album alone new cost $320. Sydney retail of stamps = $1240 plus so a total retail here of $1560. Well priced at under 65%, $995

CMJ4) Worldwide mint & used in as new Australia Post black padded album with 50 Hagner pages. Could be anything here, mint & used. Roughly 1000 – 1500 mostly all different in each lot, better than average. Album & Hagners alone worth around $115 new. We have a few lots of these ex. deceased estate. Price per lot $149. 5 lots for $695

CMJ7) Pacific Is, & Australian Territories in Austex Brown 64 black page stockbook with brass corners. Comprises Fiji, Nauru, Papua New Guinea & Norfolk Is. Mint unhinged sets to 1992. Noted approx. 100 complete sets of Fiji, 8 of PNG, 8 of Nauru & 100 of Norfolk Is. Includes several long definitive sets. Also some extras not counted like Fiji 1949 UPU, 1963 Red Cross and 1965 Churchill mint lightly hinged. A total of 216 plus sets, and a very nice stockbook. All for less than $2 a set, price $395.

CMJ11) Omnibus issues, 1972 Silver Wedding & 1973 Royal Wedding mint unhinged plus some Halley’s Comet 1986 all mint unhinged sets/minisheets in an as new Lighthouse Blue 32 page stockbook $35 retail. Plus some used GB Machins values to £5. 1972 SW & RW appears Crown Agents complete with some extras. 100 plus complete sets/minisheets. Selling at cost price (Was a trade in from a customer) $250

CMJ13) Australasia Oddments in Blue Binder on Hagner pages. Noted Norfolk Is. 30c Rose Apple in complete mint unhinged sheet of 50, mixed Australian States  about 90,  various covers inc. $20 Tax Pack, plus 1/6d Double Globe Hermes both wmk and no wmk x 126 many with good readable postmarks.  Cheap lot to clear $79

CMJ16) Worldwide mostly postally used and mainly pre-QEII in heavy duty 2½ inch thick post style album. About 175 pages plus 50 spare pages for continuation. Noted AUSTRALIA  with Kangaroos to 5/- (3rd wmk) 1934 Victoria & 1936 SA sets, 1937 Robes set to £1, many mint and imprint blocks to 2/6d in KGVI period. 1953 Produce food lower left marginal mint blocks of 6. Nice Belgium with Railway stamps on 3 pages, good Egypt on 5 pages, GB with 5/- KEVII,  2/6d & 5/- Seahorses, decent Greece on 3 pages, Hong Kong 1946 Victory pair  & 80c UPU fine used, Italy, 5 pages, Straits Setts. KGVI to $5 fine used, Monaco 1956 Royal Wedding compete mint light hinge to 500 francs, Very good NZ on  15 pages inc. 1907 Christchurch 1d, Health Keyhole & Lifebuoy issues etc. Overall 1400 to 1500 stamps, way better than average lot. Price $539

CMJ18) Australia 1913 – 165 Seven Seas Pre-Decimal Hingeless Album in padded green binder & slipcase as new, retail $165. Contains good -  fine used collection with Kangaroos 1st wmk to 2/-, 2nd to 1/-, 3rd to 5/-, Multiple and C of A wmks to 5/-, range of large and small OS to 6d. KGV is complete used inc. OS perfins and overprints simplified, ex. ½d line perf. KGV period is about 80% complete and includes 2d & 3d Bridge OS postally used, 1934- 1937 commems complete, KGVI complete ex. 3d Blue Die 1. QEII is a mixture of mint unhinged & used, complete ex. Some booklet stamps and £1 & £2 Navigators.  A very nice clean lot, with extremely high cat/retail. Price $1495

D40) Large Red SG Stockbook, plus stocksheets, album leaves etc, with mint & used remnant collection/accumulation pre-decimal Australia, with KGV Head and Kangaroos, to end of KGVI period 1952. Values to 10/-. 250 plus stamps. Condition a bit mixed. Would suit re-seller. Great value at $395 the lot

SE10) Sweden, collection of 1500 different, most if not all nice postally used. Price on my packets list for 500 is $70, and 1500 would normally be around $275. Just two to offer here at half price: $137.50 each

AU40) Australia Kangaroos. 170+ mixed kangaroos.  Mostly 3rd & C of A  watermarks, some others mixed in. Mixed Condition, some with faults, most not. Values to 5/-, incredible value at under $2 per stamp! Price $329

AP17) Nice little starter collection of 50 different Australian States. On our list at $56, special price $49

FE34) Great Britain Commemoratives 1953 – 65appears complete mint lightly hinged. (3d Nature week is fine used) Retail approx $70, price $49

FE71) Bulk Prinz mounts, buy at big discounts. Each pack contains a variety of sizes at around ONE THIRD of what it would cost to buy individual packs. Please note that this offer is for CLEAR MOUNTS. A 500 Gram Pack contains around the same number of mounts as in 15 regular packs of strips. Elsewhere these are selling at up to $89, my price 500 grams just $74, 250 grams $39, 1kg for $159. (I do carry a full range of Prinz Mounts both clear and black so just let me know what sizes you want if you prefer to buy in individual packs)


Packets & Mixtures

PM100) Latest Australian and World Mission Mix, well trimmed with some very modern as received. Contains around 40 to 50% Australia plus nice rang of Worldwide, over 50% large. Roughly 4500 stamps to the kg. 100g trial lot for $15, 250g for $35, 500g for $67.50, 1kg for $127.50.

PM101) Good quality Worldwide Mission Mix most on single trimmed paper, high count. weighed out into 250g Bags. 5000-6000 per kg. Buy from 3c per stamp. 1 for $45, 3 for $125

PM102) World off paper…huge variety mostly postally used gathered from 3 different sources and mixed to together to give you the best early to modern mix we can muster! About 15- 20,000 per kg. Buy from as little as 1½c per stamp! 100g for $35, 250g for $79, 500g for $149, 1kg for $285, 5kg for $1275.

PM103) World Large & Commems. on paper, with much modern. Mostly well trimmed single paper. About 4000 - 5000 per kg. Very good variety and value at 5c – 6c per stamp. 100g for $35, 250g for $79, 500g for $149, 1kg for $285, 5 kg for $1275.

PM104) Christmas Is. & Cocos (Keeling) Is. off paper mixture, many high values and recent to about 2016. Many very fine used with circular cancels. 50 different for $49, 100 mixed no more than 3 the same for $98  


Kangaroos

MAP16) 1913 Halfpenny Green Kangaroo in mint block of 6, (3 x 2) with 4 stamps unhinged. Some gum bends but a scarce and attractive block, looks very nice from the front. Price $119

D46) Australia 1913 Kangaroos 1st wmk, Halfpenny to Fourpence, (no 3d) all mint perf small OS, SG Cat. is 1050 pounds. These are all rust affected but look mainly ok from the front.   Priced very cheaply at under 15% of catalogue, $259

Oct22) Australia 1913 Kangaroo 3d Olive Die 1 1st wmk, perf Small OS, mint lightly hinged,  cat $400, my price $225

K916) Australia 1913 Kangaroos ½d to 1/- good to fine used set of 10 stamps inc. 3d Die II. Melbourne retail for fine used $419, good value at under a half, price $199

NO41) Australia 1913 1st wmk 2/- Brown Kangaroo, mint lightly hinged, and well centred with full perfs, very scarce thus. Cat $650, price $525

MMY42) Australia 1913 1st wmk 2/- Brown Kangaroo, decent used example with cds cancel, Cat $250, under half at $119

K960) Australia 1913 5/- Grey & Yellow 1st wmk. Kangaroo cto with gum. Centred a little low and with a couple of shortish perfs. at base. Attractive stamp. Price $249

K1013) Australia 1913 1/- Green 1st wmk. Kangaroo, inverted wmk. Commercially very fine used with near complete strike of Abbotsford Vic. Cds and with clear date 14 JA 14. Great colour and full perfs, centred left. As good as we have ever seen! ACSC 30Aa, cat. $500, price $425
 
AP69) Australia 1914 Twopence Halfpenny 1st wmk Kangaroo, superb used, full perfs, colour and well centred with clear Rialto Vic cds of AP 17 14. Price $26

K907) Australia 1915 6d Ultramarine 2nd wmk Kangaroo. Very fine used by clean strike frameless Dandenong Vic. cds of DE 3 15. Premium stamp, price $37.50

SE11) Australia 1915 3rd wmk 2/- Brown Kangaroo, perf OS, lovely postally used example, Inverted Wmk, with Melbourne cds. Again the nicest I have ever seen. Cat $1500, price $1125

NO34) Australia 1915 2/- Brown 2nd wmk Kangaroo, horizontal pair perf OS-ACSC-36ba-SG-O36-fine used  and very well centered. Each with registered cds of 12 Jan 22 (Late usage) Very, very scarce in multiples. Cat $700 as singles. Price $649

D24) Australia 1915 5/- Grey Black and Chrome yellow Kangaroo, 3rd wmk, with socked on nose George St. West, NSW cds, 2 DE 18. Cat $225, my price $149

NO40) Australia 1915 5/- Grey & Yellow, 2nd wmk Kangaroo, perf OS, good/fine used with circular cancel and well centred. Really hard to find in nice condition. Cat $700, this one just $449

MN21) Australia 1915 One Pound Grey Kangaroo, 3rd wmk, ovpt. Specimen type C, mint hinged. Cat $375, two nibbed perfs at right. Price $195

K816) Australia 1916 2/- Brown 3rd wmk punctured ‘OS’ variety ‘Vertical hairline in Bight’ ACSC 37ba/(U)f, light crisp cds cancel and unusually well centred, Cat $600, Price $449

JL66) Australia 1916 5/- 2nd wmk Grey & Yellow Kangaroo, inverted wmk, with repaired Telegraph Puncture, also pre-printing horizontal paper crease. Cat at $750 for Inv. Wmk, cheap at $279

MM47) Australia 1918 3rd wmk 3d Yellow Olive Kangaroo, Die II, mint unhinged, cat $800. Light overall gum toning. Nice budget price stamp at $259

NO12) Australia 1918 5/- Roo ACSC 43Ab, SG037 2nd Wmk DEEP GREY & YELLOW *PUNCTURED OS* WELL CENTRED VFU with indistinct cds cancel. CURRENT 2013 BW ROO CV $700. THIS STAMP COMES WITH CERTIFICATE. NICE AND FRESH. Price $469

K835) Australia 1918 VARIETY on 5/- Grey & Pale Yellow 3rd wmk Kangaroo, fresh mint lightly hinged. Well centred with good perfs. Has variety ("White flaw across top of tail”ACSC 44(D)d Cat. $950, price $725

AU16) Australia 1920 3rd Wmk 1/- Blue-Green, SIDEWAYS WATERMARK, lovely block of 4, top row very lightly hinged, lower two are unhinged. Centered a little high, as is usual for this stamp. Cat. $200 each for hinged, and unpriced for unhinged, but other items in this periods are normally near 3 times the price, so around $1600. Never seen a block so nice before! Price $975

J32) Australia 1924 2/- Maroon 3rd wmk Kangaroo, perfect Mint Unhinged, fresh with full perfs. and perfectly centered. Melbourne retail for premium centring $850. My price $649

AU1) Australia 1924 One Pound Grey Kangaroo, 3rd wmk, ovpt. Specimen Type C, mint very lightly hinged. Centered right, fresh white gum, cat. $375, price $279

MD46) Australia 1929, 9d Violet Kangaroo, small multi wmk, Mint Unhinged, perf OS. Minor gum toning, Cat $450, this one $249

MN60) Australia 1929 Small Multiple Watermark Kangaroos, full set of 7 values to Two Pounds, nice fine used with cds cancels. The Two Pound has a few shortish perfs at base, but this does not detract from the fine appearance of this group. The 10/- is really nice. Retail as a group would be around $1750, my price just $1295

MN60a) As above, the 5/- value, light corner cto cancel. Retail up to $225 in this condition. My price  $169

MAP2) Australia 1932 10/- C of A wmk 10/- Grey & Pink, postally used with two partial  STEEL cds CANCELS of 22 DE 36. Well centred and good perfs, cat $300, price $229

MAP5) Australia 1932 10/- C of A wmk 10/- Grey & Pink, postally used with two partial Sydney  1937 cds cancels of 3 NO 36 Lovely well centered  example, cat $300, price $254

MAP6) Australia 1932 10/- C of A wmk 10/- Grey & Pink, postally used with two partial Sydney cds cancels of 1937. Good well centered example with bright colour, cat $300, price $259

MN2) Australia 1932 10/- Grey & Pink C of A wmk Kangaroo, nice corner Airmail cds and good perfs. Very fresh looking. Retail $325, price $249

K868) Australia 1945 2/- Maroon Kangaroo. C of A wmk. Re-drawn die. A top right marginal block of 30 with margins on 3 sides. Fresh mint unhinged and unusually very well centred. Cat. $600 as singles, price $295

K866) Australia 1945 2/- Deep Maroon Kangaroo. C of A wmk. Re-drawn die. A lower right corner marginal strip of 6 with imprint and margins on 3 sides. Fresh mint unhinged with full perfs. Cat. $300 as singles, price $149.

King George V

EJ4) Australia 1923 Halfpenny Orange Single wmk marginal block of 8, mint unhinged with Inverted wmk. One stamp with minor toning. Cat $200, price $115

G437) Australia 1923 KGV ½d Orange single wmk, Harrison imprint pair with variety ‘Break in top frame left of crown’ ACSC 66(9)z (pair), minor perf separation at top left, Mint, Cat $275 as block of 4, Price $99

G438) A similar pair to the one above, ACSC 66(9)z (pair), but with perf separation and re-enforcement in lower margin, Mint, Cat $275 as block of 4, Price $79

G432)  Australia 1924 KGV  1½d Scarlet single wmk, vertical pair upper unit variety ‘HALEPENCE’ lower unit ‘Thin RAL’ ACSC 89(22)I & j, centred to right, faint vertical gum bend, MUH, attractive positional piece, Cat $100 as hinged singles, Price $79

MN14) Australia 1924 KGV 4d Olive single wmk in Mint Unhinged, Post Office fresh  horizontal full perf lower marginal pair. As is often seen for this stamp centred to lower left. Cat. $100 each as singles, under a half at $95

G426) Australia 1922 KGV 4d Ultramarine single wmk ACSC 112A, centred high, fresh MUH, Cat $175, Price $129

G425) Australia 1922 KGV 4d Ultramarine single wmk ACSC 112A, very faint gum ‘suntanning’, faintest hinge trace, centred a little high, Mint, Price $59

G431) Australia 1921 KGV 4d Violet single wmk ACSC 111A, centred to left, fresh MUH, Cat $75, Price $49

G424) Australia 1920 KGV 1/4d Turquoise ACSC 128, some hinge remains, centred high, Mint, Cat $300, Price $169

G429) Australia 1919 KGV 1½d Black-brown LM wmk, variety ‘Watermark inverted’ ACSC 84a, centred slightly high, fresh MUH, Cat $175, Price $129

EJ12) Australia 1926 1.5d Red Small multi wmk perf 14, lower right corner mint unhinged horizontal pair from plate 1A, on translucent paper,  cat $300. Price $225


Australian States

NSW


J27) NSW Government Tramways 6d Packet stamp on pre-printed Sydney Morning Herald cover to Circular Quay cancelled/tied by Newtown newsagent hand stamp. These 'URGENT' envelopes were used for sending advertising copy for inclusion in the SMH, roughly opened at base, a rare cover. Price $210

Queensland

MY35) Queensland 1d carmine-rose, SG1. Super 4 large margin example with light oval ring cancel., cat 800 pounds. Price $1275

FE68) Queensland, attractive collection of postal stationery comprising Postcards (14) Lettercards (9) Reply Cards (2)  and the scarce 4 corners reply card, H & G 6a (unpriced in the catalogue) Clean and fresh original lot all mint, 26 items. $795, now reduced to $635


South Australia

MAU17) South Australia 1860 – 69 4d (Gibbons type 3) Imperf plate proof pair, on ungummed, unwatermarked paper in the rose-carmine colour of the 2/-. A pair in black and a block of 4 as per this example was estimated $300 and sold for $650 at a Prestige auction. Horizontal crease, but still an attractive pair. Price $195

Tasmania

D12) Tasmania 1853 4d Bright Red Orange Imperf Courier, SG 5 cat. 1000 pounds. Brilliant 4 margin example with vivid colour. Cancelled by light barred numeral No. 53. Price $995

D13) Tasmania 1858 1/- Vermilion Imperf. SG41 mng, with 4 clear margins. Cat 800 pounds. Price $649

D14) Tasmania, 1867 1d dull vermilion SG 67, pin perf 13.5 – 14.5, fine used with slightly heavy barred cancel. Hard stamp to find. Cat. 700 pounds, price under a third at $389

D17) Tasmania 1871 1d Rose used IMPERF single with 4 WIDE MARGINS. Cat as SG 144a for an Imperf Pair at 1300 pounds. Priced at only 15% of the pair price at $325

MM25) TASMANIA 1900 Set of 6 MINT LETTERCARDS, 2d Pictorial on pale blue stock with a different view on the reverse of each.  Believed less than 300 sets produced, this is a nice clean set in fine condition, just a little toning around edges in places, all that I have ever seen have this. These are on eBay as single cards at $125 each, sets normally get a lot more. My price, as I bought them quite well just $595 the set!

D25) New Zealand/Tasmania. Horizontal pair of 1d Universals each cancelled by cds of Hobart, Tasmania JE 18 1903. Unusual and striking! Price $195


Victoria

V284) Victoria 1884/96 £5 Rose Pink Stamp Duty perf 12, SG 278. Pen cancelled, unusually has no pinholes. Cat. £1600 for cto. Unknown postally used. Very attractive bright colour example, well centred with good perfs. Price $195

V287) Victoria 1884/96 £5 Rose Pink Stamp Duty perf 12, SG 278. Pen cancelled, 3 small pinholes. Cat. £1600 for cto. Unknown postally used. Very attractive bright colour example, centred top right with full perfs. Price $95 

V285) Victoria 1884/96 £5 Pink Stamp Duty perf 12½, SG 278a. Pen cancelled, unusually has no pinholes. Cat. £1700 for cto. Unknown postally used. Attractive example, centred left with full perfs. Light stain upper left. Price $175

V286) Victoria 1884/96 £5 Pink Stamp Duty perf 12½, SG 278a. Pen cancelled, 2 small pinholes. Cat. £1700 for cto. Unknown postally used. Attractive example, centred left with full perfs. Price  $95

V280) Victoria 1884/96 £7 Violet on Blue Stamp Duty perf 13, SG 250. Pen cancelled, unusually has no pinholes. Cat. £200. Unknown postally used. Attractive example, centred right with full perfs. Price $395 

V283) Victoria 1884/96 £7 Violet on Blue Stamp Duty perf 13, SG 250. Pen cancelled, unusually has no pinholes. Cat. £200. Unknown postally used. Attractive example, centred left with full perfs. Price $395

V278) Victoria 1884/96 £7 Violet on Blue Stamp Duty perf 13, SG 250 price $325 each stamp. Pen cancelled, as usual with pinholes. Cat. £200. Unknown postally used. Attractive examples, centring varies, good perfs. Price $325 each (7 available) 

V277) Victoria 1884/96 £8 Red on Yellow Stamp Duty perf 13, SG 251 price $325 each stamp. Pen cancelled, as usual with pinholes. Cat. £200. Unknown postally used. Attractive examples, centring varies, good perfs. Price $325 each (7 available)

V282) Victoria 1884/96 £8 Red on Yellow Stamp Duty perf 13, SG 251. Pen cancelled, unusually no visible pinholes. Cat. £200. Unknown postally used. Attractive example, centred right, good perfs. Thinned at top left corner. Price $149

V281) Victoria 1884/96 £8 Red on Yellow Stamp Duty perf 13, SG 251. Pen cancelled, unusually no visible pinholes. Cat. £200. Unknown postally used. Attractive example, centred right, good perfs. Perf fault at lower right corner and horiz. Crease. Price $169

V279) Victoria 1884/96 £10 Mauve Stamp Duty perf 12½, SG 279. Pen cancelled, as usual with pinholes. Cat. £275 for postal use. Attractive example, centring varies, with good perfs. Price $62.50 each stamp (3 available) 

V106) Victoria 1906 small advertising cover for Austral Publishing Company Melbourne to Milton, New Zealand. Bears horiz. Pr. ½d green bantams cancelled by Melbourne double ring cds of 17.5.06. Reverse bears Milton arrival cds of 26 MY 06. Neat cover, minor aging. Price $67.50 

V105) Victoria 1897 1d Orange PS Card advertising PTPO for auction by Denny’s, Lascelles, Austin & Co., Wool Brokers, Geelong. Noted “GEELONG WOOLBROKERS SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES MELBOURNE AT 6.18 AM” Cancelled by Geelong duplex No. 2 of NO 4 97 and with Melbourne receiving cds of the same date. Very fine condition. Price $98

V237 -263) Victoria range of picture postcards all with Up-Train Victoria cds’s 1906-1907. Picture sides range from views to music hall stars to humour. 11 cards. Price $165 

V168) Victoria 1850-53 QV Half-length Ham printing, second state of the die 3d Blue SG 7, large margins at top and left, good at base and close at right, light, indistinct cancel, attractive stamp, Cat £190, Price $249

V196) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Brown SG 26, ample margins but just touching at upper left & lower right, indistinct barred oval cancel, Cat £140, Price $119

V195) Victoria 1854 QV Half-length Campbell printing on good quality paper 3d Blue SG 24 horizontal pair with close to large margins, just cut into at right, indistinct cds style cancel, Cat £110 as two singles, Price $139

V197) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Brick-red SG 26a, large margins, particularly at the upper sides, close at lower left, indistinct dated cancel, Cat £120, Price $119

V200) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Dull rose-red SG 27a, three huge margins, just cut into at base, indistinct barred oval cancel, Cat £90, Price $79

V201) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Bright rose-pink SG 27b, three large to close margins, touching at right, Cat £170, Price $159

V202) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Pink SG 28, three good to large margins, touching at bass, Cat £50, Price $59

V203) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Rose (deeper shade) SG 28, three large margins, touching at right, barred oval ‘37’ cancel (Forrest Creek?), Cat £48, Price $59

V204) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Lilac-rose SG 28b, four large to close margins, just cut into at top left corner, faint indistinct cancel, Cat £50, Price $49

V205) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 1d Dull brown-red SG 28c, lovely four margin example with huge margins on three sides, smaller at top, barred oval ‘21’ cancel (Fiery Creek?) Cat £150, Price $179

V206) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Bright blue SG 29, two good margins, close to touching at top and right, indistinct barred oval cancels, Cat £75, Price $69

V207) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Greenish-blue SG 29a, good margins at base and right, others close to just cut into, indistinct barred numeral cancel, Cat £60, Price $39

V272) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Greenish-blue SG 29a, four good, even margins, barred numeral cancel, with ‘Fingerprint variety’. Accompanying annotation states: ‘Due to careless handling in setting up the stone, a clear impression of the ridges of a fingerprint are to be seen – position 1 on stone B’ interesting item, Price $99 

V273) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Bright blue & Greenish-blue SG 29/29a, both with variety ‘Wear in the NE corner and N & C of PENCE joined’ Accompanying annotation states this variety is found at ‘Position 19 in the transfer block of 24’ margins range from none to good, SG 29a has a corner nick, interesting pair from different printings showing matching varieties, Price $109

V208) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Prussian blue, SG 30, three large margins, close at base, indistinct barred oval cancel, Cat £110, Price $109

V209) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Milky blue, SG 30a, close to just cut into margins on three sides, large margin at right, indistinct cancel, Cat £160, Price $99

V210) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Steel blue SG 31, good, even margins all round, indistinct barred oval cancel, Cat £70, Price $79

V212) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Blue SG 31b, three good margins, just touching at base, indistinct cancel, Cat £50, Price $49

V213) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Deep blue SG 31c, four good margins, indistinct cancel, Cat £50, Price $69

V274) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Deep blue SG 31c with variety ‘White diagonal line from scepter to the N of PENCE’ no margins. Still quite a striking variety, Price $49 

V271) Victoria 1854-57 QV Half-length Campbell & Fergusson printing on poorer quality paper 3d Blue, four examples with a range of shades, SG 29-31 mostly close to no margins, some minor faults, min Cat £200, Price $129

V276) Victoria 1854 Queen on throne 2d Grey-brown SG 19a horizontal pair with good to huge margins all around, indistinct barred oval cancels, attractive multiple, Cat £80 as singles, Price $89

MY34) Victoria 1854 6d Orange- Yellow Woodblock, Rouletted all four sides, SG 57, lovely example with No. 1 Barred Numeral. Cat. 95 pounds. Price $139

MM41) Victoria 1854 Woodblock, 1/- Red & Blue registered stamp,  4 margins used, with clean strike of V oval handstamp. Budget priced at $149

MN15) Victoria 6d Dull Orange Woodblock, 2 margin example SG32a on small entire to London, with clear 1V oval cancel, and Melbourne oval SE 2 1855 on reverse with Red London received marking NO28 1855. Neat little item, and very cheap at $119

MF21) Victoria 1857 small cover to London, bearing 2d & 6d Woodblocks, with 3rd adhesive sadly removed. “Per Colombian” V1 cancel of Melbourne, and oval JY 22 on reverse, vermillion arrival paid cds on face 25 SEP 1857. Attractive and rare early cover. Price $169

MF20) Victoria 1857 6d orange Roulette 7-9 Raymonds Machine (4 sides) exceptionally rare! Roulette by Calvert on all four sides, the roulette type, very fine points, are identical to the Raymond Machine. It is believed that Calvert perforated only a few such 'experimental' sheets. Extremely rare with only a small number recorded or seen. This copy has four full and generous margins, is 'full bloom" colour and nicely cancelled with barred numeral 1 of Melbourne. This roulette type is exceptionally rare and not even catalogued.  The stamp has been plated and is position number 41 on the plate of 5- (25 x 25) This stamp has no thins, no creases and is in perfect condition. Price $495

AP38) Victoria 1858 6d Orange Woodblock on cover to Ireland. Nice clean 2 margin example franked by barred numeral 1 of Melbourne to Mallow, Co. Cork, via Dublin with arrival cds of  AU 16 1858. Scarce and attractive, price $195

FE75) Victoria 6d Woodblock, 4 margins on 1858 small neat cover Melbourne to Dublin, tied by Barred Numeral 1. Melbourne oval departure cds Jan 6 1858 and Dublin arrival cds MR 16 1858 on reverse. Sent “Per Colombian” Stamp has been affixed inverted, which would probably be to alert the addressee of bad news. We had a similar cover on last month’s list which I could have sold 3 times over, this one is nicer, as is to a way scarcer destination. $395, now reduced, just $295

V275) Victoria 1859 QV half length 3d Blue perf 12 by Robinson SG 78, two shades with faults, Cat £280, Price $49

J24) Victoria 1880’s Stamp Duties, postally used, comprising 6d Blue, 3/- Grey, 5/- Purple, 5/- Red, Two Pounds Blue. Lovely group. Retail $325, my price $289

MM44) Victoria 1884 – 1901 1/- Stamp Duty, pale blue on pale yellow, fine mint lightly hinged. Retail $200, my price $149


Western Australia

MM10) Western Australia 1854 Sg 1, Sc# 1; 1d Black Swan Superb VFU 4 margins with neat numeral cancel 1 of Perth cv $500++ Nicest you will find! $350

J8) Western Australia 1860-64 2d Orange Swan Imperf, SG 25, lovely mint (no gum)  Block of 4 with 4 margins. Blocks are very rare. Cat $1100, price $749

SE39) Western Australia 1860 -64, 6d Sage Green Imperf, SG28, Local Printing, 3 margins, postally used. Cat. $800, rare stamp, but with repaired tear at top where hinge has been carelessly removed. Nice looker. My price $159

J22) Western Australia 1860 6d sage green, Rouletted. Very fine used with small part blue duplex cancel, clear roulettes on 3 sides, imperf at top. SG32, cat $1350, one of the nicest examples I have seen. Very minor faults do not detract. Price $1125

MY20) Western Australia 1860-64 6d sage green, rouletted. Lovely used example with light barred cancel in blue. SG32 cat 650 pounds. SG is way too cheap on these rouletted stamps. This is in a lighter shade and a bigger stamp than our item J22 which is priced at $1125.This one is better….price $1249

MN27) WESTERN AUSTRALIA 1861 4D VERMILION SWAN, SG40, PERF 14 very fine used, MISPERFED so that the word Postage appears beneath Fourpence! Usually misperfs of this order are never seen on Western Australia Stamps. A few years ago I sold a similar misperf on a South Australia long type 8d blue at a Prestige Auction for $1000 plus the buyers’ premium.  Cat. as normal is 180 pounds. Price for this rarity $795

FE93) Western Australia 1861 4d Vermilion, cds dated SP 27 1867. SG40, retail $350. My price $198

J9) Western Australia 1882-85 2d Yellow Swan, SG 77. Mint unhinged top right corner marginal block of 4, very fresh. Cat $350 as hinged. Unhinged are worth 3 x the price! Price $449.

AUSTRALIA PRE-DECIMAL

MAP34) Australia, magnificent lot of cto Commems ex PO presentation folders. Includes 1914  6d Claret Kookaburra,  3d Air type B, Sturt pair, 6d Brown Airmail normal and ovpt. OS, 1/- Yellow Green Lyre, 3d Vic. Cent. Perf 10.5, 1/- Vic. Cent perf 11.5, 2/- Jubilee, 2d & 1/- S.A., then perf OS….Canberra, 3d Kookaburra, 3d Airmails both types, 1.5d Swan and Sturt pair. A magnificent group, retail approx. $525, my price $349

MJN42) Australia 1914 6d Kookaburra in part imprint horizontal pair, fresh mint unhinged, retail $500 as singles, price $375

MJN43) As above, but hinged (these are from a separated block of 4) Retail $95 each, price for the pair $139

MJN38) Australia 1932 1/- Large Lyre, scarcer yellow green shade in imprint block of 4. hinged on top two stamps. Gum a little aged. Retail $525, price $395

APD440) Australia 1932 1/- Large Lyre ovpt. OS, scarcer yellow green shade mint unhinged. Overprint misplaced to left. Price $140

FE63) Australia 1934 MacArthur, mint unhinged set of 3 (no dark hills 2d) usually $120, now just $89, or the set of 4 with dark hills usually $145 for $109

APD425) Australia 1934 MacArthur 2d Dark Hills Imprint block mint lightly hinged, cat. $200, price $149

MJN33) Australia 1937 1/- Lyrebird, perf 13.5 x 14, Imprint block of 4, with the longer 42.5mm imprint. Hinged on top two stamps only. Retail $450, price $335

APD395A) Australia, 1937, King George VI, First Series Die 1a (Shaved I of Australia) MUH. Price $225

APD426) Australia 1938 1d Green Queen Elizabeth coil strip of 4, mint unhinged. Cat. $250 for a pair. Price $375 

APD420) Australia 1949 Arms High Values 10/- to £2, fresh mint unhinged. Price $165 (3 available)   

D3) Australia 1954 Red Cross 3.5d, commercially used with light slogan cancel, showing clear double print of the cross. Not recorded in ACSC. Supplied with normal for comparison. Double prints such as this frequently catalogue around $5000. Price $1950

FE88) Australia 1960 Girl Guides 5d, with offset, ACSC 377c, From a possibly unique block of 48 mint unhinged. Cat. $75 per stamp. I have seen a block of 4 on eBay recently offered by a well-known Sydney firm for $175. Blocks of 4 at $149 or singles at $39

APD423) Australia 1965 2/6d Aborigine No Wmk. NO IMPRINT BLOCK OF 4. Hinged only very lightly in left selvedge. Cat. $450 for unhinged. Price $269 


Australia Decimal

MD24) Australia 1973 7c Metric Conversion, ACSC 623c, missing pink, with normal for comparison, postally used. Vary attractive and scarce rarity, cat. $1500 as mint unhinged. (see note 1 in ACSC)
Price $695

MY42) Australia 1988 80c Living Together, Missing Orange (Sand and Juggling Balls) postally used. Uncatalogued and believed unique. Supplied with certificate of authenticity and normal for comparison. Price $1450


Australian Postage Dues

PDA37) Australia 1922-30 3rd watermark 1½d Carmine & yellow-green ACSC D107C, a corner block of 48 from the top left of the sheet, with the ACSC listed varieties at LP1 & LP22, and value plate variety ‘e’, an amazingly fresh and fine large multiple, completely unhinged Mint, Cat minimum $660 as single stamps, Price $799

PDA38) Australia 1922-30 3rd watermark perf 11 4d Carmine & yellow-green ACSC D111, corner block of 28 from the lower right of the sheet, approx.. ten units are affected by tiny gum tone spots, others are fresh MUH, catalogue $1400 as singles, Price $799 


Australian First Day Covers

APH1036) Australia 1928 3d Kookaburra OFFICIAL FDC! It is an official cover actually the first I have seen, with the event dates on the reverse which are incorrect, the exhibition actually running from the Oct 29 to Nov. 1. The official envelope clearly too small for the mini-sheet necessitated all but the top selvedge to be removed! Red Exhibition cancel clearly dated 29OC28 and with the cancel tied to the cover through the perfs in at least 3 places. Very clean and with neat penciled address. Cat. $1500, price $995

AFD1269) Australia 1936 3d Cable on commercial FDC to the US, Sydney pictorial machine cancel with clear ‘1 APR/1936’ date, some faint discolouration around the stamp and at left, the ACSC has a catalogue value of $175 for the set on philatelic FDC, commercial first day use is much scarcer, Price $199

FE46) Australia 1937, 3d Blue KGVI Die I, 6d Kookaburra & 1/- Lyrebird on small plain registered FDC, Enmore NSW to Christchurch NZ. No toning as usually seen on these covers! Retail in this condition $200 plus. My price just $125

AFD1143) Australia 1946 Peace set on registered ‘Wide World’ FDC, neat typed address, Price $39

AFD1140) Australia 1946 Mitchell set on ‘Set Makers’ FDC with ‘Officially altered to 14th Oct 1946’ typed above cachet, neat typed address, Price $39

AFD1141) Australia 1946 Mitchell set on ‘Smyth’ FDC (issue date corrected by over typing), neat typed address, Price $29

AFD1268) Australia 1948 2½d Von Mueller on ‘Smyth’ FDC’s in blue and green (the two recorded colours), both with neat typed address, Price $34.50

AFD1270) Australia 1951 KGVI definitives 3d red, 3½d (pairs) & 7½d on three matching ‘Royal’ generic FDC’s, all addressed, Price $49

AFD1271) Australia 1951 KGVI definitives 3d Green pair & 3½d Brown on two matching ‘Haslem’ ‘Pastoral scene’ FDC’s, addressed, Price $34.50

AFD1142) Australia 1952 4½d & 6½d Brown horizontal pairs on registered ‘Stewarts’ FDC, typed address (post code altered in manuscript), Price $25

AFD1145) Australia 1956 Olympics set on PO ‘Hermes’ FDC, with five different pictorial Games postmarks, all dated 2nd November, 3 days after the day of issue, unaddressed, unusual, Price $29 


AUSTRALIA POSTAL HISTORY

MM18) Australia 1927 small registered cover, bearing 6d Chestnut 3rd wmk. Kangaroo to Coogee to San Diego USA, cancelled by full clear strike of Coogee cds, 24 AUG 27. Arrival cds of Sep 19 1927. Fine and attractive with red Reg. label No. 2495. Cat $150. Price $97.50

APH1034) Australia 1928 Interesting postal history item for Australian and US postage due collectors and for movie star mail buffs. Australia KGV I I/2d red, looks like SG 87, sent from Albury, New South Wales, on Feb. 24 1928. Addressed to USA, so it was underpaid by 1 I/2d. A New South Wales "T" marking was added on the front, and a large boxed notice was added on the reverse by the Australia Postal Department, telling the recipient to return the envelope to the sender and advise them of the proper postage rate to "your country." Upon arrival in US a 5c precanceled postage due was added, probably Scott #J64. The cover was sent to Miss Dolores Costello. Miss Costello at that time was a well-known silent movie star. She first appeared in a movie with her then well-known father, Maurice Costello, in 1911 at age 7. While in New York, she met Lou Cristillo, who, after meeting her, took her last name for his stage name and later became well known as part of the Abbott and Costello team. In 1924,after appearing in the New York Production of "George White Scandals," she signed with Warner Brothers Studio in California. This cover must have been sent to her shortly after she signed with that studio. In 1928 she married John Barrymore. They later divorced, after having 2 children, DeDe and Johng Drew. Her last movie was "This is the Army" in 1943. She died in 1979. Great little cover for whoever grabs it. Price $79

APH1028) Australia 1928 3d Blue Kookaburra Minisheet on small neatly addressed cover to the Commonwealth Bank. From the top of the complete sheet this fine example is cancelled by a Melbourne No. 10 cds dated 30OC28. The black contemporary dated cancels are exceedingly rare, in fact anything cancelled outside the Exhibition hall is. The ACSC does not price this on cover! General issue throughout Australia was not until 2nd Nov. This one must have been smuggled out of the Town Hall! Price $995  

MF27) Australia 31 JAN 1930 cover Sydney – Chicago, bearing 3d Blue KGV SMW perf 13.5 x 12.5, perf OS, Type A. Cat $150 on cover. Price $110

MD40) AUSTRALIA 1932 5/- GREY & YELLOW KANGAROO C of A wmk, used on small COMMERCIAL AIRMAIL ADVERTISING COVER TO HAMBURG, GERMANY via GREECE, with clear Sydney Airmail cds 25 JE 1935, with Additional 1/- Large Lyre and 2d KGV Jubilee. Neat typewritten cover, with usual toning around stamps. Very attractive! Recently sold a similar, but large cover for $1150, this one just $950

FE45) Australia 1934 MacArthur set of 3 on Registered Illustrated 1934 Victorian Centenary Philatelic  fdc to Timaru NZ, with registered Public Offices Victoria C2 Label No. 264. Also Public Offices cds 1st Nov. 1934. Scarce and attractive. Cat $550. Price $395

D51) Australia 1934 small registered surface mail cover to Sweden, bearing 2d Victoria Centenary perf 11.5, which is in itself very hard to find on cover and is cat. at $50 alone on cover, plus 1d & 3d KGV C of A wmk, all cancelled by cds of Wangaratta 30 OC 34. Attractive piece, price $59

APH1032) Australia 1938. Unusual official use of 1/4d KGV Turquoise stamp on cover: To Army Headquarters in Delhi India - re-directed to SIMLA India, paying the seldom seen 2/7d Airmail rate from here. Crest of envelope flap has a blue Commonwealth of Australia Coat of Arms so Perforated OS stamps SHOULD have been used, as clearly an Official OHMS sending, on official purposes. Late use of the KGV 1/4d - the 1/4d Magenta KGVI was not issued for another few months in 1938. It is also a very late use of the 1/- Large Lyre as the small 1/- Lyre version was issued in 1937. That and the 1/4d KGV stamps are in very fine condition. Stamps cancelled with "REGISTERED - 4 MY - ELIZABETH STREET - MELBOURNE" and also back-stamped thus. Also has the normal ''REGISTERED MELBOURNE 3 - 4 MY 38'' cds backstamp. Addressed to Lt. Colonel H.S. Browne, D.S.O., M.C., Army Headquarters, Delhi India. and has "DELHI GPO - 13 MY 38" backstamp. And arrival cds of re-direction "SECRETARIAT - 11.45 AM - 14 MY 38 - SIMLA", and part on reverse of the paper "R.P.-31" - India Registered label denoting collection as per India Post rules -  ''Each item should bear a label signed by the head postmaster and treasurer - in Form RP-31 or RP-1 in respect of each registered (including insured) article'' Price $449

APH819) Australia 1940 Small airmail cover to UK. Bears 3 x 6d Brown Airmails placed vertically. 1st time I have seen this make up for the 1/6d Airmail rate. Cancelled by Melbourne slogan of 24 FEB 1940 “USE POSTAL/CODE NUMBER/IN MELBOURNE/AND SUBURBAN/ADDRESSES” Opened a little roughly at top. Lower stamp is uncancelled due to placement. Neat hand addressed cover, the 6d Airmail is cat. At $100 on cover. Price $66  

APH854) Australia 1946 long airmail commercial cover to USA. Bears 10/- Robes thick paper & 2/- C of A Kangaroo cancelled by Sydney slogan of 13 Jun 1946 “CHECK ADDRESS/IF INCORRECT/ADVISE SENDER” Neat and clean typed address cover Price $325

APH723) Australia 1946 small registered ACF/YMCA cover sent Perth WA – Wembley, UK. Bears 1/- Mitchell & 9d Platypus perf 15 x 14 to make correct surface registered rate of 1/9d. Cancelled by Perth registered cds of 30 OCT 46 and with Perth R6 Reg’n label No. 5395. Neat hand addressed cover, price $29

J18) Australia, Mutual Life and Citizens Assurance Company Limited advertising covers, 1940’s to 60s vintage, Seven long covers, all overweight and taxed with various postage dues, all tied by cds cancels. Values to 1/-. Rare assembly! $239 the lot

MY7) Australia 1947 local advertising cover for Jack & Jill florists, Railway Station Adelaide, bearing 1.5d green Queen Elizabeth, tied by Adelaide slogan “Send money by postal note or money order” with cds of 3 DEC 1947. Price $22

BD759) Australia 1951 small surface mail cover to Natural History Museum Switzerland. Bears solo use 5½d Emu cancelled by Melbourne slogan of 9 APR 1951 “COM’LTH ELECTIONS/VOTING/COMPULSORY” This stamp was only valid for the foreign letter rate from 1st December 1950 – 8th July 1951. Scarce survivor & Neat typed address, price $29   

TS313) Australia 1952 small registered cover Dooen – Toorak Vic. Bears horiz pr. 3½d & single 5½d Gloucester to make correct 1/0½d registered letter rate. Cancelled by Dooen cds & with Dooen R6 reg’n label No. 486. Reverse bears Melbourne registered cds & Toorak 12 FE 52 arrival cds. Nice make up rate cover. Price $29

MM33) Australia 1952 small neat typed address surface mail cover bearing 5d on 4.5d Violet KGV, plus 3d Red sideface KGVI to make 8d rate to USA.  Has been neatly opened at top. Scarce dual reign commercial cover cancelled by a clean single GPO Sydney cds of 27 FE 52 the 5d alone being cat at $200 on cover. Price $149

APH80) Australia 1954 A6 size manilla envelope to USA. Bears 5/- Arms plus 1/- perf 14.75 x 14 Lyrebird to make triple Airmail rate. No airmail etiquette has been attached however. Cancelled by Melbourne machine canceler of 6 OCT 1954. Neat typewritten cover with some wrinkling at top. 5/- cat. $40 on cover. Price $29

NS606) Australia 1956 small airmail cover to UK. Bears solo usage 2/- Green Olympics cancelled by WARRAMBOO SA cds of 31JA56. Neat typed address to King Edward VII School, King’s Lynn. Cat. $40 on cover. Price $29

MF36) Australia 1958 Memorial Pair, lower marginal block of 4 (2 pairs) together with 2d Green Queen Elizabeth (QM) to make 2/- Airmail rate to UK, on small Airmail cover to Portswood, Southampton UK, with Melbourne Boxed machine cancel of 18 MAR 1958. A pair is rare on cover, this is almost certainly a unique combination usage. Price $249

APH803) Australia 1958 small re-addressed & taxed airmail cover to UK with 1959 Anpex label. Bears 1/0½d KGVI plus 4d Olympics & 4d Responsible Govt. underpaying the 2/- airmail rate by 3½d. Re-addressed London W.1. to Surbiton, Surrey. Boxed violet Tax handstamp applied ties the Anpex label. Cancelled by GPO Sydney cds’s of 8AP58 and with London W1 machine cancel of 14 APR 1958 on face. Slit open at top. Nice dual reign cover. Price $29 

APH977) Australia 1958 small advertising airmail cover to Switzerland for Hilde Herz P/L, Sydney. Bears 2/- no wmk. Crocodile cancelled by Sydney slogan of 19 JNE 1958 “PLEASE POST EARLY/BEFORE LUNCH &/BEFORE FOUR O’CLOCK’ Neat typewritten cover. Price $29 

APH242) Australia 1958 small surface mail cover to UK. Bears 3½d & 4d 1958 Christmas to make correct 7½d surface rate. Cancelled by machine canceler of Fremantle WA of 13 NOV 1958. Rare to see complete set on commercial cover. Price $33

APH824) Australia 1958 long airmail cover to Yorkshire Imperial Metals Ltd. Bears 5/- Arms, 2/- no wmk. Crocodile, 7d RFDS & 2d green sideface Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother. Totally 7/9d, underpaying the quadruple rate by 3d. Nice commercial dual reign cover. Neat typewritten address, opened roughly at right stamps undamaged. Price $36   


AUSTRALIA MILITARY 

NS623) Australia 1958 small cover to Glen Iris Vic. cancelled MIL. P.O. PUCKAPUNYAL machine cancel of 19 MAR 1958. Bears 1953 1d QEII Violet and circular violet “DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY/CONCESSION/441/POSTAGE PAID” h/stamp. Neat clean cover. Price $29   

NS616) Australia 1958 small OHMS Education Dept. Vic. cover to Bendigo Vic. cancelled MIL. P.O. PUCKAPUNYAL machine cancel of 19 MAR 1958. Bears 4d Claret QEII booklet stamp. Also clear offset of the postmark on reverse. Booklet pane on cover cat. $250, and even singles are scarce. Neat clean cover. Price $39  

APH821) Australia 1959 small registered airmail advertising cover Australian National Airlines to American Airlines Inc. Bears 5/- Arms & 3d 1959 Green Blue QEII. Total 5/3d… rates experts work it out please, maybe includes insurance. Cancelled by Collins St. Melbourne cds of 14JY59 and with reverse Registered Melbourne cds of the same day. Tulsa double ring arrival h/stamp in purple of JUL 17 1959. Also Collins St. R6 Reg’n label No. 6332. Price $59

APH822) Australia 1959 small registered airmail advertising cover for Ansett-A.N.A. to American Airlines Inc. Bears 5/- Arms 2/- Flannel Flower & 3d 1959 Green Blue QEII. Total 7/3d… rates experts work it out please, maybe includes insurance. Cancelled by Melbourne GPO cds of 29SEP59 and with reverse Registered Melbourne cds of the next day. Tulsa double ring arrival h/stamp in purple of OCT 2 1959. Also GPO Spencer St. R6 Reg’n label No. 3197. Price $59 


AUSTRALIA INWARDS MAIL

APH548) Argentina 1904. 3 x undivided back picture postcards to Launceston, Tasmania. All with views of and cancelled Buenos Aires between January & December 1904 and used with either a single 6c or 3 x 2c definitives. One dated Christmas Day. Neat and clean, scarce survivors. Nice Trio, price $72

ROW172) 1915 YMCA with HM Mediterranean Expeditionary Force printed stampless cover to Sevenhills, S.A. Bears Military Camp Heliopolis cds of 8NO.15and red signed Capt. & Adjt. Light Horse Reserve Regt. 2 line h/stamp. Also manuscript “On Active Service” Reverse bears Adelaide arrival machine cancel of 13DEC.15. Roughly opened at top, but an attractive cover. Rare! Price $149 

GB210) Great Britain 1949 BPA/PTS airmail registered FDC to Sydney. Full set cancelled by Rosendale Road, Dulwich, London S.E.21 cds of 10 OC 49, and with Dulwich 1 blue reg’n label No. 3255. Reverse bears Sydney 106 transit cds of 17OC49 and Burwood NSW arrival cds of the following day. Neat handwritten cover, a little foxing around adhesives and labels. Price $55

S1382) Great Britain 1951 Festival of Britain FDC to Springvale, Vic. Cancelled by Battersea, London machine cancel of 3 MAY 1951. Neat handwritten cover, slit open at right. Price $35     


First Flight Covers

PNG351) New Guinea 1932 (7th Jan) England – Australia – New Guinea First All Australian Airmail, two Flight covers from the UK to Rabaul via Australia with GB KGV franking, each with the appropriate boxed ‘CHRISTMAS GREETINGS/ENGLAND - NEW GUINEA/BY/FIRST ALL-AUSTRALIAN SPECIAL FLIGHT’ pictorial cachet, one in red and one in blue (the two recorded colours) AAMC P40, each with numerous backstamps. Only 30 covers were carried in total, a rare ‘set’ of flight covers, Cat $700, Price $599

PNG367) New Guinea 1932-34 Undated birds overprinted ‘Airmail’ 3½d Aniline carmine with ‘Post Office/16AP36/WAU’ cds also with Australian 2d Cable with ‘HAY/3AP36/N.S.W.’ cds on Flight cover addressed to Hay which appears to have been carried on the Adelaide to Wau via Hay (NSW) flight by N. Brearley and E.J.Stephens, AAMC P98, with typed ‘PER FAVOUR OF/MAJOR BREARLEY/HAY – WAU’. The Wau arrival stamps on front and back are dated ‘16AP36’ whereas the AAMC indicates the covers carried on this flight were cancelled on arrival in Wau on the 17th of April 36, interesting and unusual cover, Cat $450 for the Adelaide – Wau flight, however this appears to be a Hay – Wau – Hay Boomerang cover which is unlisted in the AAMC, Price $499

PNG368) New Guinea 1931 Huts overprinted ‘Airmail’ 3d Blue SG 141 on 1932 First Flight cover Lae to Salamaua with boxed red stamped/typed cachet AAMC P41, light central vertical filing fold, Cat $225, Price $169

PNG389) New Guinea 1932-34 Undated birds overprinted ‘Airmail’ 1/- Pale blue-green SG 199 on 1936 Flight cover with typed ‘Per ‘Lockheed’ plane/Wau-Brisbane Flight/23..11..1936’ with Wau 23 November cds and ‘AIR MAIL/9-A26NO36/SYDNEY N.S.W’ AAMC P108a, some minor faults due to careless opening, Cat $425, Price $349

AFC140) Australia 1939 Brisbane to Gladstone Qantas first flight. 2d red and 3d Air both tied crisp ''BRISBANE AIR MAIL - 12 SP 38 – QLD'', and crisp back stamp of Gladstone. AAMC says a ''small mail'' was carried. This collector had a page note that only FIFTY were carried, and that would not surprise me. Never seen one before. AAMC 827 - $100 – 11 years back. SUPERB fresh condition for 81 years old. The NEW AAMC is out end year. Prices LIKELY will be WAY UP on these scarcer pieces. Addressed to very well-known collector Saville Sheard in his very distinctive handwriting. This is so nice we are asking 10% above catalogue for this. $110

AFC65) TEAL 2 May 1940 First regular airmail flight between Australia and New Zealand, from Paterson NSW to Christchurch (AAMC900). Plain cover franked with 5d Ram. CV $100, price $65

AFC114) As above, attractive cover from Norwood, South Australia to Dannevirke. Censored cacheted cover, franked with 1d Queen Die II and 4d Koala. CV $100, price $79

AFC115) First official airmail cover Australia – New Zealand 10 April 1934 from Sydney to Wellington (AAMC369) franked with a pair of 3d Airmail and 1d Green KGV. Has both horizontal and vertical ironed creases, affecting the left 3d. CV $60, price $35

AFC117) As above, similar franking to Timaru, without creases! CV $60, price $49

AFC116) As above, similar franking again to Timaru. CV $60, price $49

AFC118) Southern Cross Trans-Tasman Airmail 29 March 1934 from Newton NZ to Sydney (AAMC367). Franked with 7d brown-orange airmail, the cover has a frontal stain. CV $50, price $35

AFC121) First official airmail cover Australia – New Zealand 10 April 1934 from Sydney to Timaru (AAMC369) franked with a pair of 3d Airmail and 1d Green KGV. CV $60, price $49

AFC123) As above, similar franking to Timaru, somewhat stained. CV $60, price $35

AFC122) First official Trans-Tasman Airmail NZ-Australia 17 February 1934 (AAMC360), franked with 7d Blue overprinted airmail, addressed to Orlo-Smith, Melbourne. CV $75, price $59

AFC130) Trans-Tasman flight 10 April 1934, “boomerang” uprated uncacheted 2d pre-printed KGV cover (AAMC371), franked with 3d Airmail and 4d Olive KGV, with 7d Brown-orange NZ airmail for return flight. Some staining. CV $50, price $39

AFC132) Trans-Tasman flight 10 April 1934 from Sydney to Christchurch (AAMC369), franked with 6d Sepia and 1d KGV. CV $60, price $45

AFC133) Southern Cross Trans-Tasman Airmail 29 March 1934 from Kaitaia NZ to Sydney (AAMC367). Franked with 7d brown-orange airmail. CV $50, price $42

AFC134) As above, “boomerang” cover from Dunedin, franked with 7d Brown-orange (damaged) and a pair of 1d Green KGV for the return journey. CV $50, price $42

AFC77) First Official Airmail Australia – New Guinea and Papua 24 July 1934, “boomerang” cover from Adelaide (AAMC395). A very attractive franking of 3d Blue Kingsford Smith, 2d Red Victoria and 3d Blue Bridge, with 2d New Guinea undated bird and 6d bird overprinted airmail for the return. CV $40, price $32

AFC85) As above, registered “boomerang” cover from Abbotsford, Victoria (AAMC395), franked with 2d red and 3 x 3d blue Victoria Centenary, and New Guinea 2d and 3d undated birds and 6d airmail overprint for the return. CV $40, price $32

AFC83) As above, one-way cover Perth to Port Moresby (AAMC390), franked with 2d and 6d Kingsford Smith. CV $40, price $32

AFC57) Qantas first Round the World Service 14 January 1958 (AAMC1386), Sydney to Sydney, franked with 2 x 2/- Qantas. CV $15, price $12

AFC55) TEAL 30th Anniversary of first Trans-Tasman flight “boomerang” WCS cachet cover (AAMC1395a), franked with 2 x 8d Anniversary. CV $20, price $16

AFC62) Qantas first direct service from Australia to South Africa 1 September 1952 (AAMC1307), franked with 2/6 Aboriginal, 1/- Lyrebird and 6d Kookaburra (does it get more Australian than that?). CV $35, price $27

AFC82) First Official Airmail Australia – New Guinea and Papua 24 July 1934 cover Perth to Lae (AAMC391), franked with 5d on 4½d KGV and 3d Sturt. CV $40, price $32

AFC19) Trans-Tasman flight 10 April 1934, “boomerang” cover from Sydney (AAMC371), franked with 3d Airmail, 3d KGV and 1d KGV with 7d Brown-orange NZ airmail for return flight. CV $50, price $42

AFC64) Round Australia Commonwealth Jubilee commemoration 7 December 1951 (AAMC1286), with a very attractive hand-drawn cachet of an aircraft over Australia enclosed in a compass in red, blue and yellow. Unusual, priced at $35

AFC111) Trans-Tasman flight 14 April 1934, Timaru to Sandringham, Melbourne (AAMC370), franked with 7d Brown-orange NZ airmail. CV $60, price $49

AFC113) TEAL first flight regular airmail between Australia and New Zealand 30 April 1940 (AAMC899) illustrated cover from Auckland to Sydney, franked with NZ 5d Centennial. CV $100, price $79

AFC125) As above, NZ 1d KGVI pre-printed cover (not illustrated) from Gore to Ascot, Queensland, uprated with 1d and 5d Centennials. CV $100, price $79

AFC127) As above, illustrated cover from Wellington to Cremorne, NSW, franked with a pair of NZ 2½d Centennials. CV $100, price $79

AFC128) As above, cacheted cover from Rozelle, NSW to Hawkes Bay (AAMC900), franked with 2d Red KGVI and 3d Blue KGVI. CV $100, price $79

AFC129) As above, cacheted cover from Wellington to East Malvern, Victoria (AAMC899), franked with ½d, 1d, 1½d and 2d Centennials. CV $100, price $79

AFC22) Kingsford Smith First Experimental return flight 23 April 1931 (AAMC188) from Oakleigh, Victoria, to London, redirected to Farnham, Surrey, franked with 2d Red KGV, 9d and 1/- Roos. CV $50, price $42

AFC81) First Official Airmail Australia – New Guinea and Papua 24 July 1934, intermediate cover from Melbourne to Townsville, no cachet (AAMC395a). Franked with 2d Red and 2 x 3d Blue Victoria Centenary. CV “from” $50, price $42


AUSTRALIAN TERRITORIES

NO10) AAT  decimal definitive mint unhinged, SG 8 – 18, advertised retail $65, my price under a third $21

AT4) Christmas Island, 2004 Year of the Monkey minisheet overprinted Hong Kong Stamp Expo. Cancelled at the exhibition with AP Koala Pictorial Cancellation. Price $57.50

PNG373) New Guinea 1925-27 Huts 2d to 9d SG 127 to 131 on 1929 large Registered cover Salamua to the UK, edge faults mainly at top and base, adhesives are unaffected, also with two ‘Globus’ red, white & blue star stickers used as seals on reverse, attractive cover, Price $219

PNG362) New Guinea 1925-27 Huts 6d Yellow-brown SG 130b + 1931 Dated birds 5d SG 155 on 1932 Registered cover to Zurich, some faint perf toning, Price $119

PNG366 New Guinea 1931 Huts overprinted ‘Airmail’ 9d Violet SG 144 on 1931 Registered Airmail cover Rabaul to the UK, backstamped Rabaul, Sydney & Perth, fresh & attractive, Price $59

PNG365) New Guinea 1932-34 Undated birds & undated birds overprinted ‘Airmail’ 3½d Aniline –carmine SG 180a & 194a, a pair of each on 1934 Registered cover to NSW, Price $79

NI245) Norfolk Is. 1960 10/- Tropic Bird Specimen Ovpt. Bottom Right. Fresh mint unhinged, centred high. Sydney retail $110, price $65

NI242) Norfolk Is. 1968 3c Queen Coil STRONG OFFSET. Mint unhinged strip of 3. Stunning variety, price $149. (2 available)

NI243) Norfolk Is. 1968 5c Queen Coil STRONG OFFSET. Mint unhinged single. Stunning variety, price $49. (3 available)


GREAT BRITAIN

M41) GB 1840 2d Blue SG 5a, with variety, double corner letters, 4 margins, close in places lettered O A . Cat $2300. Very scarce stamp, under 20% catalogue, $495

AP31) GB 1840 2d Blue,SG5  nice 4 margin (close at left) with clean strike of black Maltese Cross cancel. Lettered BL. Min. Catalogue $1800, price $649

NO35) GB 1841 1d Red Brown with lovely clear strike of No. 4 in Maltese Cross. This is the scarcest of all the numbers in cross and catalogued at 600 pounds = approx.  $960. This example has 3.5 very big margins. Priced at 40% cat, only $385 this is indeed a bargain!

MN24) GB 1841 QV 2d Blue SG14 Twopenny Blue with clear No. 12 in Maltese Cross MX lettered "DF" VFU. Lovely 3.5 margin example (close at right) cat 550 pounds. Also with very nice Ivory Head on reverse. Priced very reasonably at under 35% cat. $295

SE30) GB 1859, small neat entire, bearing 6d deep lilac, no corner letters, SG 69, tied by neat London EC duplex of DE 21 59 to Andalucia, Spain. Arrival cds on reverse of Cadiz. Fascinating contents re the purchase of 20 butts of Cod Liver Oil @ 45 pounds per butt., to be shipped to Gibraltar. The butt was a measure of liquid volume equalling two hogsheads. This equated to 108 imperial gallons (490 l) for ale or 126 imperial gallons (570 litres) In today’s terms around 15 cents a litre. The stamp cat. 225 pounds on cover. Price $149

MAP25) GB 1883 1/- Dull Green. SG 196, vfu in correct colour. Cat 300 pounds, nice socked on nose cds, price $149

NO49) GB 1883 5/- Rose Pink QV, SG 180, lovely well centered mint light hinge example with fresh white gum. Cat $2350, my price just $795

MF39) GB 1925 Wembley 1d used on front of picture postcard “A typical bungalow in the colony Sierra Leone” posted at the exhibition with special Wembley slogan to Onehunga, New Zealand. Rare usage. $96

GB212) Great Britain 1929 small cover to Royal Navy Captain in Transvaal, readdressed to Claremont (Cape Town) Bears KGV 2d & 3d plus ½d UPU cancelled by London slogan of AUG 8 1929 “EXHIBITION/NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE/MAY TO OCTOVER ‘29” White River Transvaal arrival double ring cds of 30 AUG 1929 on face. Blue Airmail Etiquette has been applied but struck out in red and sent by sea, as underpaid. Neat typewritten cover, slit open at right. A rare survivor, price $149

FE11) Great Britain 1939 – 48 Square High Values set of 6. Both 2/6d values are mint unhinged, also the 10/- light blue and one pound. 5/- & 10/- dark blue are lightly hinged. Retail $450, price $329

FE12) Great Britain 1951 Festival High Values, set of 4. 2/6d & 5/- are light hinge, 10/- & One Pound mint unhinged. Retail $90 Price $69

FE77) GB 1951 Festival HVs set of 4, SG 509/12 MLH, cat 100 pounds, price $57.50

S1406) Great Britain 1953 Coronation set on neat typewritten FDC to Germany. Price $49

GB222) Great Britain 1955 Waterlow High Value Castles 2/6d - £1 SG 536 – 9. Fresh well centred mint unhinged. Cat. £285. Price $249 

GB184) Great Britain 1959 2nd De la Rue High Value Castles 2/6d - £1 SG 595 – 8. Fresh well centred mint lightly hinged. Cat. £280. Price $149

FE13) GB 1959 One Pound Windsor Castle. 2nd DLR printing. Mint lightly hinged. Retail $80, price $59

GB207) Great Britain 1964 Botanical Congress FDC , Philatelic Bureau London FDI cancel, typewritten to Darlington Co. Durham. Neat & clean cover. Price $35


BRITISH COMMONWEALTH

BC250) British Indian Ocean Territory 1968 overprint set of 15 to 10r, SG 1-15, very lightly hinged Mint, Cat £40, Price $35

BC281) British Solomon Islands 1939-51 KGVI Pictorials 2/- & 2/6d SG 69 & 70, Mint, Price $29

BC641) British Solomon Islands 1960 Commercial small airmail cover to Bougainville. Bears 3d QEII Malaita Canoe, plus 3d & 9d 1960 New Constitution. Cancelled by Munda cds’s of 31 MAY 61. Rare survivor, price $39 

BC170) Canada 1930’s KGV 2c Green postal stationery card, printed to private order. Bears picture in sepia of Chateau Frontenac on face, with Avis de Reception from on reverse for Canadian Pacific Railways. Fresh mint condition. Price $29  

D6) Cape of Good Hope 1853 4d deep blue Triangular, SG2, nice  example lightly cancelled, no faults with 2.5 good margins. Cat 275 pounds, price under a half $219

D8) Cape of Good Hope 1863 1d red brown Triangular, SG18b, medium cancel, no faults, lovely rich colour, 3 big margins. Cat 350 pounds, price $345

 D10a) as above, the 1d plus 1d red, Campbell Paterson cat. No. T3a mint lightly hinged. Cat NZ$225, Price $89

D9) Cape of Good Hope 1863 1/- Bright Emerald Green Triangular, SG21. 3 good margins, medium cancel, cat. 700 pounds. Lovely stamp, missing from most collections. Price $749

MN5) Falkland Is. Dependencies 1956 2.5d & 3d Definitives SG G42/43 on neat small commercial seamail cover to Germany, cancelled by a single clean Port Lockroy, Grahamland cds dated 1 DE 59. Port Lockroy is a natural harbour on the north-western shore of Wiencke Island in Palmer Archipelago in front of Antarctic Peninsula. It was discovered in 1904 and named after Edouard Lockroy, a French politician and Vice President of the Chamber of Deputies, who assisted Jean-Baptiste Charcot in obtaining government support for his French Antarctic Expedition. The harbour was used for whaling between 1911 and 1931. During World War II, the British military Operation Tabarin established the Port Lockroy base (Station A) on tiny Goudier Island in the bay, which continued to operate as a British research station until 1962. This is the first commercial mail I have ever handled or seen from Grahamland  and must be very rare. Price $149

BC293) Fiji 1938-55 1½d Canoe die II perf 14, SG 252b De La Rue imprint block of 4, hinged on upper units & margin only, fresh, Cat £128 as singles, Price $169

BC294) Fiji 1938-55 2½d Map perf 13½ part imprint/plate # corner block of 6, lower centre unit with variety ‘Extra Island’ SG 256ba, fresh MUH, Cat £155+ as singles, Price $229

BC289) Fiji 1938-55 5d Blue & scarlet cane SG 258, fresh Mint with light hinge remains, Cat £42, Price $35

BC292) Fiji 1938-55 6d Map both die I & II, SG 260 & 261, fresh Mint with some hinge remainders, Cat £70, Price $59

JL29) Hong Kong KEVII Ovpt. Specimen group, 1c, 2c, 4c & 8c 1903, plus 4c & 10c 1907., all mint lightly hinged, cat 150 pounds each, $1800. My price just under 25% of cat. $449


BC615) Hong Kong 1947 small airmail cover to Broken Hill Pty Co. Ltd. Melbourne. Bears solo use of $1 KGVI Orange & Green cancelled with HK double ring cds of 31 JA 47. Stamp has early stage of the short leg to “R” supplied with regular used stamp for comparison. The listed variety is Cat. £95 used off cover. Price $36 

BC576) India 1865 QV ½a Pale blue SG 55, Mint with some paper adhesions, Price $29

BC578) India 1912-23 KGV 5r Ultramarine & violet overprinted ‘SERVICE’ SG O93, some hinge remains Mint, Price $55

DB318) Kenya, Uganda & Tanganyika 1938-54 KGVI range of lower values to 1/- , some faults, plus 10/- perf 13.25 (tiny gum thin) SG 149b & £1 perf 14 SG 150a, Cat for the 10/- & £1 only is £97, Price $79

BC553) Natal 1902-03 Edw VII 2/6d Purple SG 138, slight corner bend, Mint, Cat £50, Price $49

FE101) New Zealand 1925 Dunedin set, MUH, Retail $135, my price just $98

PN71) Pitcairn Is. 1940 Definitives set of 10, fresh mint unhinged, SG 1/8 inc. the “a” numbers 4d & 8d issued 1951. Cat £75 = about $140, price $110

PN72) Pitcairn Is. 1940 Definitives original set of 8, fresh mint unhinged marginal examples, SG 1/8 cat £38.50 = about $70, price $38.50 

PN77) Pitcairn Is. 1949 Silver Wedding pair, SG 11/12 Fresh Mint Unhinged. The £1 is a top marginal example. Gibbons cat. of £41.50 is way out of wack with local advertised price of $110. Price $82.50

PN74) Pitcairn Is. 1949 UPU set, fresh mint unhinged SG 13/16. Gibbons is entirely out of wack here at £14.50 with local advertised price of $75. Price $56.50 

PN73) Pitcairn Is. 1953 QEII Definitives fresh mint unhinged set of 12 SG 18/28, inc. the shade variety of the ½d but without the 4d variety SG 23a. Cat. £47 = approx. $87, price $56.50    

MAU46) Pitcairn Is. 1949 UPU, the set of plate/imprint blocks in strips of 10 from the bottom of sheets, hinged/unhinged, includes both plates of the 3d and 4 plates of the 6d, one of these only being in a block of 6. Possibly Unique. Cat $675 as single stamps. Price $395

PN78) Pitcairn Is. 1963 2/6d Freedom From Hunger. SG 32. Local advertised price is $33, forget Gibbons stupid £2.75. Price $25 

PN75) Pitcairn Is. 1964 Definitives set of 13 fresh mint unhinged. SG 36/48, again Gibbons is seriously out of wack with it’s price of only £10. Local advertised price is $35. Price $26.50 (2 available) 

AU4) Pitcairn Is. Commercial Mails. We have acquired a nice lot of genuine Pitcairn Is. Commercial covers (NOT Tourist Mail) Mostly small envelopes, some registered, and some wrappers, plus parcel pieces with values to $10! A total of  35 items, which would make a nice single frame exhibition. Island families represented among the senders are Christian, Brown, Warren, Warren – Peu, Young and McCoy. Price required is $2400, plus I will throw in for free 8 Tourist Covers, including a solo use of the 2/6d KGVI to NZ. Average retail for a very ordinary Pitcairn commercial cover is $75, this lot works out at around $68 per item and includes some very interesting and scarce usages, and the period covered is from the 1940’s to 2008. As I said an immediate display for you. Contact me for further details. Price $2400

BC249) Rhodesia & Nyasaland 1954-56 QEII set to £1 + the ½d & 1d coils SG1-15, fresh Mint, the three high values with only the barest hinge traces, Cat £120, Price $109

BC65) Rhodesia & Nyasaland 1959-62 pictorial set to £1 + the ½d & 1d coils, SG 18-31, fresh Mint, Cat £117, Price $99

BC539) South Africa 1925 Airmail set of 4 fresh MUH, the 6d and 9d have some very faint gum toning, Price $49

BC568) South Africa 1927-30 5/- Wagon SG 38 single inscribed ‘SUIDAFRIKA’ centred to the right, fresh MLH, Cat £300 as pair, Price $39

MF43) South West Africa, 1937 Coronation set of 16 in Bi-lingual pairs, on illustrated registered FDC Windhoek – Johannesburg.  AS FRESH AS THE DAY IT WAS PRODUCED! Magnificent addition to any Royalty Collection.  A less attractive similar cover with damaged corner appears on eBay at $51, my price $49. (5 available)

MJL14) St. Helena 1991 Royal Birthdays Booklet, containing Gutter Block of 4 of the stamps commemorating the 65th Birthday of HM The Queen and the 70th  Birthday of the Duke of Edinburgh.     
Cover is cancelled by OC  7  91 cds of St. Helena, presumably to prove sale over the counter and prevent pilfering, much as Australia Post cancel stationery items today. Stamps are mint. Neat Royalty item which I have not seen before. Cheap price $10, I have a few so $19 for 2, $39 for 5, might suit re-seller

BC520) Tonga 1886-88 George I 2d Violet perf 12½ SG 2, Mint Cat £50, Price $69

BC521) Tonga 1886-88 George I 6d Blue perf 12 x 11½, SG3a, MNG, Price $39

BC518) Tonga 1891 George I overprinted with stars 2d violet SG 8, centred to upper left, MNG, Cat £80 as Mint, Price $49

BC523) Tonga 1891 George I 4d and 8d surcharges SG 5-6, MNG, Cat £48 as Mint, Price $35

BC522) Tonga 1892 George I 8d Yellow-orange SG 9, MNG and Fine used examples in slightly different shades, Price $49

BC534) Tonga 1892 George I & Arms set 1d to 1/- SG 10-14, MNG, Cat £225 as Mint, Price $159

BC525) Tonga 1893 7½d on 8d Carmine surcharge in carmine, two distinct shades Mint, Cat £70, Price $89

BC526) Tonga 1893 ½d on 1d Dull blue surcharge in Black SG 19, Mint with heavy hinge remains, Cat £42, Price $39

BC533) Tonga 1894 Surcharge set of 4, the ½d on 4d and 2½d on 1/- are Mint with hinge remains, the latter thinned, others MNG, Price $49

BC529) Tonga 1895 ½d on 2d surcharge SG 30 Fine used, Cat £50, Price $59

BC530) Tonga 1895 7½d on 2½d Vermillion, SG 31, MNG, Mint Cat £60, Price $39

BC532) Tonga 1895 George II set of 4 1d to 7½d SG 32-35, the 2½d and 7½d are Mint, others MNG, Price $129

BC527) Tonga 1895 George II 5d perf 12 SG 34, centred to right, Fine used Cat £70, Price $89


REST OF THE WORLD

ROW59) Argentina 1943 Censored Three Times Airmail cover to Switzerland. Bears 50c Brown Hermes Airmail, plus 1 Peso Map in horizontal pair & 20c Cattle. All cancelled by Buenos Aires Postal Agency cds of 11.MAY.43. Clear censor tape at left “Examined by 2845” at right white censor tape “Opened by examiner 673” and “Geofnet” & Eagle with Swastika in Violet on tape on flap, additionally 2 x Eagle & Swastika handstamps in red over said tape. 50c & 20c partially covered by censor tape. Scarce survivor, price $36      

ROW166) Belgian Congo 1938 Greetings card size envelope with unsealed flap re-addressed Robin Hoods Bay to Sheffield, Yorkshire. Bears 20c Red Stanley SG 147 and vertical pair 15c Grey Kraals SG 182 cancelled by cds’s of Elisabethville of 21-2-38. Scarce survivor, price $45

ROW168) Egypt 1948? long advertising cover to UK for “British Trade in the Middle East” Bears 4 mills Green cancelled by indistinct Alexandria cds. Looks like 21 MAR or May 1948. Highly illustrated in full colour with flags of 15 Middle East Nations, including Palestine and with Union Jack at the top middle. Reverse bears printed in black: The Middle East is one of the most important consuming centres of the World. Did you capitalise on its pent up Buying Power?” Addressed to Chadwick Machine Co. Ltd., Cleckheaton, Yorks. Highly attractive, price $36

GNG29) German New Guinea usage of German Reichspost 10pf red Eagle on 1897 picture postcard to Germany with ‘HERBERTSHOH/22 9/97’ cds and arrival cds, shows vignettes of Island life, including one scene of the Solomon Islands, abrasion at left on the address side, Price $179

GNG28) German New Guinea 1897-99 Eagle overprinted ‘Deutsch Neu-Guinea’ 10pf Red horizontal pair on part cover to Germany, with two indistinct strikes of ‘HERBERTSHOHE’ cds in blue, Price $99

GNG12) German New Guinea 10pf red Yacht horizontal pair with ‘RABAUL’ cds on 1912 ‘J. O. Mouton/Kinigunan B.A. cover front to Sydney, Price $99

GNG21) German New Guinea 10pf Red Yacht on full colour Christmas picture post card featuring Santa Claus and an angel, to Sydney with indistinct cds some fairly light soiling, still a most attractive card, Price $199

GNG22) German New Guinea 5pf Green Yacht on 1902 Netherlands Indies picture postcard showing Groet Uit Banda, with ‘BERLINHAFEN’ cds to Germany with arrival cds, light corner crease and some surface abrasion due to part of the addressee’s name being removed, still attractive and unusual, Price $149

GNG20) German New Guinea 5pf Green Yacht on 1902 Naval/Military themed picture postcard (illustration in black & red, some surface damage), to Germany, with ‘MATUPI’ cds and ‘DARGUN’ arrival cds, Price $149

GNG23) German New Guinea 5pf Green Yacht on 1904 picture postcard showing Salzburg, with ‘HERBERTSHOE’ cds and ‘SALZBURG 2’ arrival cds, light corner bend, Price $179

GNG17) German New Guinea c1900 ‘Deutsch/New-Guinea’ overprint on 10pf red Eagle intact reply card (mit Antwort/Antwort), post card section with ‘MATUPI’ 1901 cds to Germany with ‘SPANDAU’ arrival cds, reply card unused, most attractive and scarce, Price $299

GNG7) German New Guinea c1901 5pf Green Yacht postcard with ‘STEP(HANSORT)’ 1901 cds to Germany with Frankfurt arrival cds, Price $129

GNG2) German New Guinea c1901 5pf Green Yacht postcard with ‘HERBERTSHOE’ cds, dated 1910 to Germany with message on reverse. Price: $129

GNG11) German New Guinea c1901 10pf red Yacht reply (Antwort) card with ‘MATU(RA)? 1904 Cds to Germany, attractive use of reply portion, Price $129

MY17) Holland. Unaddressed FDCs, all with full sets nice lot, goes to around 1980, 35 different covers for $39

ROW174) Indochina 1938 small airmail re-addressed cover to Java. Bears 30c Brown Airmail plus 10c Blue Rice Worker, cancelled by Saigon Central cds of 29 – 11 38 and with Bandoeng arrival double ring cds of 1.12.38. Very fast delivery for the time. Price $29

ROW177) Jordan 1957 Airmail Advertising cover for Azzahra Hotel, Jerusalem to USA. (The Jordanian annexation of the West Bank was the occupation and consequent annexation of the West Bank (including East Jerusalem) by Jordan (formerly Transjordan) in the aftermath of the 1948 Arab–Israeli War. ... At the end of hostilities, Jordan was in complete control of the West Bank until 1967) Bears illustration of the hotel in blue with address POB 26, Herod’s Gate, Jerusalem, H.K. of Jordan. Bears 20 fils Mosque plus 25 & 35 fils airmails cancelled by Jerusalem cds of 8 APR 57. Very scarce survivor in nice condition, small tear at top excepted. Price $149 

SE44) Netherlands 1940 Queen Wilhelmina Imperfs. Printed (but not perforated) just before the Germans invaded in 1940. In 1946 the issue was brought out of the vaults, perforated and placed on sale. Sometime between 1940 and 1946 a small quantity of the imperf sheets were "leaked" (i.e. stolen) from the State Printing Works. These imperfs are now quite scarce. Set of 4 in horizontal pairs Mint Unhinged $29, blocks of 4, $59, corner blocks of 4 $69

ROW175) Netherlands 1942 Nazi SS/Legion Blue M/S blocks of 4 unused and FDI 1942 Legion .. fresh FLAT unused and FU sheets, in 2 different sizes, the used with crisp The Hague cds of FDI, November 1, 1942. Very few sold as in the middle of WW2, and the surcharge on these was a fortune – 12.5c post franking per stamp and MASSIVE 87.5c surcharge so each sheet cost 4 Guilders. 8 GUILDERS was a fortune back then, hence their great scarcity today. SG Cat £310 = approx. $A600, 30% cat. Price $159


Coins and Banknotes

CB16) Australia Halfpennies, starter collection 20 different dates price $39

CB4) Australia 1912 Penny, great coin in EF (Extremely fine) condition, 8 pearls and centre diamond with some original lustre. Cat $125, price $98

CB3) Australia 1933 -38 KGV One Pound Note, S/N N23 894333. Riddle Sheehan. Completely original note, never cleaned, pressed or trimmed as many of these have been. In very nice VF condition cat $550 by Renniks (EF is  $1750!)
Price $395

CB1236) Australia 1953 QEII First Portrait 24 Carat Gold plated Uncirculated Penny as issued in original packaging. Price: $90

CB1275) Australia 1994 RAM Commemorative set of 3 Uncirculated $1 coins. Sydney, Royal Melbourne and Special RAM Visitors' Gallery Issue. In original display wallets. Price: $40

CB1280) Australia 1994 RAM Commemorative One Dollar Decade Uncirculated $1 Royal Melbourne Mintmark coin. In original display wallet. Price: $25

CB1326a) Australia 2009 RAM Master Mintmark C Counter Stamp Uncirculated $1 coin Counter Stamp as issued in original packaging. Price: $68.50

CB1216) Australia 2012 Perth Mint ANZAC Day Lest We Forget Uncirculated $1 coin as issued in original packaging. Price: $30

CB1210) Australia 2013 Perth Mint ANZAC Day Lest We Forget Uncirculated $1 coin as issued in original packaging. Price: $25

CB1276) Australia 2013 RAM Slim Dusty Inspirational Australians Uncirculated $1 coin as issued in original packaging. Price: $95

CB1308) Australia 2013 RAM 40th Anniversary of Sydney Opera House Uncirculated $1 coin as issued in original packaging. Price: $44.50

CB1247) Australia 2016 Perth Mint ANZAC Day Lest We Forget Uncirculated $1 coin as issued in original packaging. Price: $25

CB1249) Australia 2016 RAM Australian Olympic Team (Cycling and Volley Ball) 2 x Set of 5 Coloured Reverse Uncirculated $2 coins as issued in original packaging. Price: $45

 


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