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    AUSTRALIAN COLONIES, VICTORIA, POSTAL STATIONERY

    Lot 420
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    Estimate: $120 Realised Price : $90

    Cancelled-to-order: Group of CTO postal stationery, comprising 1d Carmine envelope (JY 27 01), 2d Violet envelope (JE 28 02 x 2), 3d Rose-red registration envelope size b (FE 5 01), 1d Rose-red postcard 3-line admonition (AP 26 01 and JE 15 05), 2-line admonition (JE 3 04), and without admonition (JE 22 ??), and 1d Red-brown on Green reply card (JA 28 02), all very fine (9)

        

    Lot 421
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    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    Postal Cards: Largely all-different range with 1876 1d Violet, 1877 1d Bell Violet, 1882 1d + 1d Violet, 1883 1d Carmine, 1885 1d rose (2), 1885 1d + 1d Violet optd 'STAMP DUTY' (2), 1886 1d Violet-brown, 1889 2d Violet and 3d Carmine on Green, 1890-95 1d Brown (3), 1891 1d on 2d Violet, 1d + 1d on 2d + 2d Violet (2), 1899 1d Red, 1899 1d Red-brown on Green, 1900 1d federation (7), 1901-06 1d Rose (3) and 1d + 1d Rose, various issues. Few with toning, generally fine (32)

         

    Lot 422
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    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    Postal Cards: 1900 1d Federation postcards cancelled at Melbourne on 1 January 1901, two examples, one in brown to Moonee Ponds, and another in grey-green to Richmond, scarce usages (2)

     

    Lot 423
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    Estimate: $75 Purchase Price : $70

    Postal Cards: 1908 American Fleet Postcards, 1d Carmine and 1d Brown-red unused, very slight rubbing and 1d blemish (2)

     

    Lot 424
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    Estimate: $120 Purchase Price : $105

    Lettercards: Unused range with 1890 1d Blue on Grey 'Price 1/3 per doz' (corner missing), 1892 1d Rose on Grey with 5 lines of text (3), 1893 1d Rose on Pale Grey 7 lines of text, 1895 'TWO PENCE' on 1d rose (2), 1901 2d Rose, 1911 1d on 2d, couple with small faults but mostly fine (9)

      

    Lot 425
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    Estimate: $350 Purchase Price : $315

    Envelopes: 1869-85 2d Pink Embossed Oval envelopes, fine range of the various issues, both post office and STO, various paper stocks, flap types and tresses, six are used comprising two 1876 usages from Geelong to New Zealand, and four 'David Hill' covers, one on blue stock. A fine basis for a detailed study of these interesting envelopes, condition generally fine to very fine, many ex Linfield (26)

         

    Lot 426
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    Estimate: $200 Purchase Price : $175

    Envelopes: 2d Pink envelope STO (138mm x 80mm, Stieg KB1F) with 'Fisken, Gibbon & Co.' on flap, uprated with 2d Brown Naish design pair used 1883 (30 Jul) from Melbourne to London, endorsed 'Per R.M.S. Pekin', fine

     

    Lot 427
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    Estimate: $300 Purchase Price : $268

    Envelopes: 1878-81 1d Green Oval Embossed range, with 1878 with 'ONE PENNY' on solid ground unused (4, shades) on white (3) or blue stock, and 1881 with 'ONE PENNY' on engine-turned background unused (3, shades) on white or blue (2) stock. Very fine and scarce, some ex Linfield (7)

      

    Lot 428
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    Estimate: $250 Purchase Price : $222

    Envelopes: 1885-86 2d Naish Design collection of post office and STO issues, showing the various sizes and paper stocks and with a wide variety of shades varying from pale lilac to red-violet, two are used on blue stock by David Hill from Winchelsea and Nagambie. Also 1d Green Fergusson & Mitchell design STO on white (3) and blue (3) stocks, four with colourless embossed 'STANLEY GIBBONS & CO./PHILATELIC PUBLISHERS/LONDON', one used at Geelong (crease and some foxing) by DENNYS,LASCELLES, AUSTIN & CO.' (on flap) (24)

        

    Lot 429
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    Estimate: $200 Realised Price : $180

    Envelopes: 1887-1901 range of 1d and 2d Embossed Oval 'STAMP DUTY' types, both post office and STO issues with a variety of paper stocks, sizes and shades, with 2d Violet (12, three used), 1d Green (3, one used), 1d Brown (7, one uprated with 5d for 1891 use to U.S.A., another uprated with d (3) for 1894 use to Denmark), 1d Brown + 1d Brown (3, two used), and 2d Red (5), most are very fine and an good lot (30)

         

    Lot 430
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    Estimate: $120 Purchase Price : $105

    Envelopes: 2d Pale Violet envelope STO (139mm x 80mm, Stieg KB9) with 'Congregational/Union/&/Mission/of Victoria' on flap, two examples used to Boston, one uprated with 4d Red Naish Stamp Duty used 1888 (17 Apr) (some toning), other uprated with 1d Yellow-green Stamp Duty strip of 4 used 1887 (29 Dec) (2)

     

    Lot 431
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    Estimate: $180 Purchase Price : $158

    Envelopes: 1887 Emergency Printing using the Naish Stamp Duty Design (Stieg KB10a, H&H KB10a), on white paper with embossing on flap, and on blue paper without embossing, fine unused ex Linfield. It is believed that no used examples are recorded. Styieg cat US$300 (2)

     

    Lot 432
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    Estimate: $120 Realised Price : $90

    Envelopes: 1892 2d 'STAMP DUTY' Embossed Oval (Stieg KB12, H&G KB14) Carmine shade used 1892 (30 Dec) Melbourne to Clarendon, with boxed 'INSUFFICIENTLY/ADDRESSED' and 'NOT KNOWN BY/LETTER CARRIERS/RICHMOND', and Vermilion shade used 1893 (8 Mar) Melbourne to Koo-W wee-Rup, with boxed 'UNCLAIMED AT/KOO WEE RUP', both fine with Dead Letter Office cds on reverse (2)

     

    Lot 433
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    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    Official Envelopes: 1d Rosine with 'OS' in dots on grey stock for Education Department, typical late use from Traralgon 21 FE 23 and thus underpaid for 1d letter rate, and with oval 'T1D' handstamp, fine

     

    Lot 434
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    Estimate: $200 Purchase Price : $175

    Registration Envelopes: Mint range, with 1881 4d Lilac Embossed Oval sizes a and b, 1885 Naish 4d Red-violet size a (2), 1886 4d rose Embossed Oval sizes a and b, 1891 3d Rose-red Embossed sizes a and b (2, one opt italic 'Specimen'), couple with minor tone spots, but generally very fine (9)

       

    Lot 435
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    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $380

    Registration Envelopes: 3d Bright Red-orange Embossed size b with text in bold sans-serif lettering (Stieg C10, H&G C10) superb unused and very rare with an estimated printing of only 500. Stieg cat US$500

     

    Lot 436
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    Estimate: $120 Purchase Price : $105

    Wrappers: Mostly all-different range with 1871 1d Laureate, 1871d on 1d Laureate (2, one unfolded), 1880 Bell design d and 1d 1885 Naish Design d (3, one unfolded), 1885-99 Stamp Duty d Rose (2), d Grey-violet (2, one unfolded), d Emerald, d Yellow, 1d Green (2, one unfolded), 1890-99 Reading design 1d Brown, 1d Blue, 1d Red, 1901 d Green, also 1d Green Oval Embossed on Blue stock. Generally very fine

        

    Lot 437
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    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $120

    Telegraph form: 1873 1/- Blue Embossed form, '500-12/73' imprint at top left, two folds otherwise fine unused. Stieg H1a, cat US$150

     

    Lot 438
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    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $115

    Frank Stamps: Postmaster-General's Department printed frank in blue on grey ribbed envelope (vertical fold) and in black on white laid baton envelope, with different types of embossed P.M.G. Arms on flap, for use by Head of Department, white envelope with minor peripheral toning, scarce. Also printed frank in blue on piece (3)

      

    Lot 439
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    Estimate: $150 Realised Price : $125

    Frank Stamps: POSTMASTER-GENERAL printed in black on OHMS laid batonne envelope (133mm x 105mm) used from Melbourne to Sydney 1898 (11 Feb), 'FEDERAL CONVENTION,/PARLIAMENT HOUSE MELBOURNE.' Imprint at lower left, and 'FEDERAL CONVENTION/Arms/VICTORIA' crest on flap. Some staining on reverse but very scarce

     

    Lot 440
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    Estimate: $100 Realised Price : $75

    Frank Stamps: Minister of Public Instruction handstruck frank in blue on long blue envelope, and printed frank in black on white laid mourning envelope, latter with embossed crest in black on flap (for use by Head of Department), both fine unused (2)

     

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