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    Lot 496
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $400

    1757 to 1840s pre-adhesive (few later), earliest \\\\\\\'free/Breadalbane\\\\\\\' mss., noted other \\\\\\\'free\\\\\\\' (2), 1821 \\\\\\\'Missent\\\\\\\' to Crewkern, 1834 (front) \\\\\\\'TO PAY 1d ONLY\\\\\\\', etc, amongst the post-1840 stampless an 1866 \\\\\\\'4/-\\\\\\\' prepaid to Sydney, N.S.W., generally average/fine quality (130+)

    Lot 497
    Estimate: $250

    1842-77 selection (6) comprising 1842 on unusual advertising (internally) envelope with 1d but curiously endorsed \\\\\\\'Free\\\\\\\', 1843 stampless entire with nice \\\\\\\'1D I\\\\\\\' marking, 1854 with imperf 1d (late fee) and 2d (large-margined), 1858 cover with 2d (2, SG 34 or 35) to France, 1871 4d rate to U.S. with line-engraved 1d and surface-printed 3d, and 1877 with 1d perfin \\\\\\\'G R/W\\\\\\\'. Nice group

    Lot 498
    Estimate: $750 Realised Price : $800

    1800s to late 1900s miscellaneous Postal History, mostly 20th-century including Express Post, many Instructionals (mostly \\\\\\\'Unclaimeds\\\\\\\') including 1880 Sweden to London with framed \\\\\\\'Found in Inland Section/without contents\\\\\\\', \\\\\\\'Accidentally Damaged in Transit\\\\\\\', \\\\\\\'Missent\\\\\\\' and \\\\\\\'MISDIRECTED\\\\\\\', \\\\\\\'Contrary to regulations/53\\\\\\\', etc, TPO\\\\\\\'s, \\\\\\\'TEST MAIL\\\\\\\', novelty/curious cancels, registereds, perfins, etc, etc, (approx 300). Interesting lot

    Lot 499
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $460

    1900s to 1970s PAQUEBOT/Maritime selection with usual percentage of philatelic, noted however reasonable number of commercial to 1930s in particular, generally fair/fine (200+). Specialists should inspect

    Lot 500
    Estimate: $250 Realised Price : $190

    1900s to 1945 covers/cards to Australia/New Zealand by surface mail (the airmail section is offered as a separate lot), amongst much of the seemingly ordinary (a specialist may find otherwise) we note registereds, perfins, 1929 and 1930 1½d\\\\\\\'s with Booklet tab (2 types) attached, etc, condition bit mixed, generally fair/average commercial quality (500+)

    Lot 501
    Estimate: $750

    1920s to 1970s (small number later) Slogan cancels on cover/card, odd duplication noted in form of different towns for same slogan (particularly for 1945 Victory and 1947 Wedding where the types are rather prolific), no doubt many scarcer types here, generally good strikes (many obtained by philatelists), (500+), also envelope of slogans on pieces

    Lot 502
    Estimate: $600

    1920s to 1970s Commemorative/Souvenir covers/cards in albums, appears to be a good lot of its type, little or no duplication, generally fair/fine (500+)

    Lot 503
    Estimate: $300 Realised Price : $250

    1920s-1980s meter (mostly) and \\\\\\\'Paid\\\\\\\' markings on covers, former including many 1940s/1950s airmail to Australia (noted some very high rates), 1930s airmail to Africa etc, Officials, Express, 1920s slogans, etc (600+). Useful lot for specialist

    Lot 504
    Estimate: $500

    1920s to 1970s Flight covers selection, noted 1934 U.K./Aust flight at scarce 6d postcard rate (uprated 1d Stationery card), many R.A.F. flights, moderate duplication evident in 1930s (approx 250)

    Lot 505
    Estimate: $5,000 Realised Price : $3,800

    1931-45 commercial airmails to Australia/New Zealand outstanding cover accumulation arranged in cover albums in date order so as to enable determination of flight details, many useful frankings amongst the obvious composition duplication including Seahorse 2/6d (19), 5/- (4) and large piece (rated £1.11.3d) with perfin 5/- (2) and 10/- (2) etc, KGVI 2/6d brown (17), green (7) and 5/- (2), mostly 1/3d rate (and multiples thereof), some 4/6d Clipper rate, scarcer rates include 4½d (internal only), 6d (card), 7½d (1928 via Baghdad & Karachi), 9d 1936 ‘Athena’ crash, perfins, etc, condition mixed places, generally fair/average commercial quality (approx 600). Begs to be researched and mounted

    Lot 506
    Estimate: $500 Realised Price : $420

    1946 and later KGVI frankings on cover/card to Australia/New Zealand, mostly at airmail rates (1/3d and 1/6d and multiples), highest rate noted £1.6.3d (10/- x 2 etc), useful other higher denomination defintives, commemoratives, etc, generally average commercial quality (approx 400)

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