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    AUSTRALIAN COMMONWEALTH, AEROPHILATELY

    Lot 814
    PS ]
    Estimate: $200 Purchase Price : $175

    1914 (Jun) A.B. 'Wizard' Stone postcard produced for the scheduled flight from Melbourne to Sydney. Addressed and franked with uncancelled 1d Kangaroo, very fine. AAMC No. 2a

     

    Lot 815
    PPC ]
    Estimate: $40 Purchase Price : $35

    1916 picture postcard featuring R. Graham Carey in his 60 Bleriot plane, considerable staining and vertical crease but scarce

     

    Lot 816
    SOLD
    C ]
    Estimate: $6,000 Realised Price : $4,600

    1919 England-Australia flight cover carried by Ross and Keith Smith, blue vignette tied by special double oval ds, and with 'PER/VICKERS VIMY AEROPLANE/TO AUSTRALIA' cachet, signed by Keith Smith and addressed to W.A. Watt, M.P. Very fine example of this famous flight, No. 353 in Tom Frommer's census, with Longhi Certificate (1999)

     

    Lot 817
    C ]
    Estimate: $80 Purchase Price : $70

    1929 (2 Jun) cover to Vienna, Austria, with 6d Blue Kangaroo Third Wmk tied by Adelaide machine cancel, carried to Perth by airmail, thence to Vienna, with boxed 'Posted at (Vienna)/under cover to the Postmaster/at ADELAIDE' in violet, very fine

     

    Lot 818
    C ]
    Estimate: $150 Purchase Price : $134

    1933 (3 Dec) Australia - New Zealand 'Faith in Australia' flight postcard carried by Ulm, Allen and Bolton, subsequently re-used on 1940 (30 Apr) TEAL first flight, very fine. Eustis No. 900a, which states that 100 postcards were reused in this manner

      

    Lot 819
    C ]
    Estimate: $75 Purchase Price : $70

    1934 (29 Mar) Kingsford Smith et al New Zealand - Australia flight souvenir cover addressed to John Gower in his own hand, Kangaroo C & E Club 'Kangaroo' Cinderella tied to reverse, alongside Gower's hexagonal handstamp

      

    Lot 820
    C ]
    Estimate: $100 Purchase Price : $88

    1934 (16 Nov) autogiro flight postcard registered at Portland, stamps tied by 'M.O.O. PORTLAND/VIC' cds, AAMC 461b, very fine and scarce

     

    Lot 821
    C ]
    Estimate: $150 Purchase Price : $134

    1934 (9-10 Dec) return Australia-England QANTAS/Imperial Airways flight Brisbane to Singapore intermediate cover bearing scarce solo franking of 9d Macarthur, very fine (unopened cover)

     

    Lot 822
    C ]
    Estimate: $50 Purchase Price : $45

    1939 (27 Apr) and (22 Jun) covers from Charing Cross (NSW) to Minneapolis, Minnesota franked 3d blue KGVI for surface rate, with pair of U.S. 3c commemoratives added for internal U.S. air mail, cancelled at San Pedro (Calif). Plus 1939 (30 Mar) cover from the same correspondence with 3d Blue and U.S. 3c definitive pair and 10c special delivery all cancelled at Charing Cross, with 'Special Delivery - Air Mail' handstamp and boxed 'NOT ELIGIBLE FOR.AERIAL MAIL FEE/DEFICIENT./SYDNEY NO. 2' both in violet. Few cover creases but an interesting trio (3 covers)

     

    Lot 823
    PPC ]
    Estimate: $100 Purchase Price : $88

    1940 (23 Apr) scarce commercial airmail postcard ('Maori Children Bathing in Thermal Pool Rotorua NZ' entrant in 1st TEAL New Zealand - Australia flight (AAMC 899), correct 3d rate, sender requesting recipient reply in 'Esperanto'

     

    Lot 824
    C ]
    Estimate: $150 Purchase Price : $134

    1945 (Nov-Dec) airmail covers to the same addressee in Holland bearing various types of London rectangular 'O.A.T.' handstamps, Heifetz Types XI and XII, latter scarce and also with Dutch label affixed, a little roughly handled. Nice duo for exhibit page (2)

      

    Lot 825
    B ]
    Estimate: $80 Purchase Price : $70

    1948 Australian National Airways air mail etiquette complete booklet containing six panes of 2, very fine, Frommer 80c

     

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