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    Lot 53
    C ]
    Estimate: $1,500T Purchase Price : $1,340

    1870-71 Sidefaces 1d Rose-red Wmk '10' and 2d Yellow-green Wmk '2' on cover to Carlton (Vic), apparently posted shipside and adhesive cancelled with the Melbourne '1' killer on arrival. 1d with additional row of perforations at foot, with Melbourne and Carlton backstamps of OC 20 70. Slight soiling but an important cover, being the earliest recorded use of the Sideface issue

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    Lot 58
    * ]
    Estimate: $1,300T Purchase Price : $1,165

    1880-91 Watermark Tas Perf 12 4d Chrome-yellow Sideface horizontal pair error 'Printed Both Sides', large part original gum and very fine, with 2001 Brandon Certificate. SG 166ab, cat 3000

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    Lot 61
    R ]
    Estimate: $180T Purchase Price : $158

    1889-91 Surcharges - d on 1d Scarlet Reprint blocks of 12 on thin card from bottom left and top right corners of sheet with Plate No. '1' (latter block with corner piece missing well away from stamps), being imperforate remainders of the 1901 reprint made for the Federal Presentation Set (24)

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    Lot 63
    C ]
    Estimate: $300T Purchase Price : $268

    Frank Stamps: Small group with 1883 (22 Sep) cover with 'THE TREASURY' Frank Stamp used from Hobart to Forth, vertical fold, otherwise fine, and the earliest recorded example of a Tasmanian Frank, the system commencing just six weeks prior (ex Karman); 1887 (13 Jul) and 1888 (7 aug) matching pair of covers with 'THE TREASURER' Frank Stamp in black used from Hobart to Launceston, both with straight line 'REGISTERED' (in worn and recut states respectively) the first roughly opened with small portion of back missing; and c1901 cover with 'HQ DEFENCE FORCES' Frank Stamp in bright green, some peripheral toning but a scarce user (4 covers)

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