Tradition und Erfahrung in klassischer Philatelie seit 1925

AUSTRALIEN & AUSTRALISCHE STAATEN - Besançon (Teil 2)
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  • Losnr. : 3401 Victoria

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    Lithographed by Thomas Ham 1851 (Jan): Half-Length 2 d. brown-lilac, Seventh printing, position 27, a splendid used example with good margins all round, of excellent colour in a more lilac shade than normal, cancelled by complete "15" Butterfly handstamp of Geelong in black. Two tiny inclusions that do not detract from the lovely appearance of a stamp seldom found in such good quality. Cert. RPSV (2012) Gi = £ 110.rnrnProvenance: Collection John Barwis, Spink, London, 23 Oct 2012, lot 722.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 380 CHF

    Losnr. : 3402 Victoria

    Lithographed by Thomas Ham 1851 (Feb): Half-Length 2 d. drab, Fourth State, Eighth printing, position 1, an unused example with enormous margins all round, rare on this printing, of excellent delicate colour, unused without gum, with manuscript 'Old Victorian Postage 2 Pence' on reverse in ink. Exceptional and rare Gi = £ 3'750.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 4.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3403 Victoria

    Recess printed by Thomas Ham 1852/54: 'Queen on Throne' 2 d. reddish brown, position 9 (IN), a fine large margined unused example, without gum Gi = £ 600.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 320 CHF

    Losnr. : 3404 Victoria

    Recess printed by Thomas Ham 1852 (Dec 27): 'Queen on Throne' 2 d. reddish-brown (shades), the small group of used examples with singles on piece from position 1 (AE) cancelled by scarce oval "19/V" obliterator of 'The Grange', position 20 (UY) on piece, and two pairs in deep shades positions 28-29 (CH-DI) and pos. 32-33 (GM-HN). A fine selection.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 320 CHF

    Losnr. : 3405 Victoria

    Recess printed by Thomas Ham 1852 (Dec 27): 'Queen on Throne' 2 d. purple-brown, two fine used examples, positions 23 (XB) and 36 (LQ), used on cover from Portland to Melbourne cancelled by poor strike of oval "18/V" obliterator in black. Reverse with 'Portland / Crown / Victoria' despatch datestamp (Oct 10) and Melbourne arrival.rnrnProvenance: Collection Charles Lathrop Pack.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 190 CHF

    Losnr. : 3406 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Co., Melbourne 1854 (Jan): 'Queen on Throne' 2 d. brownish-purple, clear impression, position 27 (BG), a fine used example on 1854 cover to Melbourne tied by fine oval "18/V" obliterator in black of Portland. Reverse with 'Portland / Crown / Victoria' datestamp (Feb 17) and Melbourne arrival (Feb 21). Cover opens well for display.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 190 CHF

    Losnr. : 3407 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Co., Melbourne 1854 (Feb-June): Half-Length 1 d. orange-red on wove paper, position 12, a magnificent unused example with large to enormous margins on all sides, of excellent fresh colour, minute hinge thin, large part og. An extremely fine and most attractive example of this rare stamp of excellent pedigree Gi = £ 3'000.rnrnProvenance: Collection Alfred H. Caspary, Harmers, London, 6-9 Oct 1958, lot 671.rn                        Collection Josiah K. Lilly, Siegel, New York, 15-16 May 1968, lot 781.rn                        Collection John Boker, Hamers, London, 14 April 1981, lot 135.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3408 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Co., Melbourne 1854 (Feb-June): Half-Length 1 d. rose-red on wove paper, positions 17-18, a fine partially separated horizontal pair, used with 1854 Woodblock 6 d. orange-yellow on cover from Portland to Hamilton tied by circular barred "8" numeral obliterator of Portland in black. Reverse with 'Portland / Crown / Victoria' despatch datestamp (July 23) and Hamilton arrival (July 24) in black. Tiny cover tear at top otherwise a fine and scarce franking - the 1 d. rose-red in the true shade is very rare on letter. Signed Calves.rnrnProvenance: Collection Charles Lathrop Pack, Harmers, New York, 6-15 Dec 1944, lot 1821.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3409 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Co., Melbourne 1854 (June): Half-Length 3 d. blue, positions 13-14/19-20, a used block of four of excellent appearance, margin imperceptibly touched at top of position 13 otherwise large all round, position 19 with closed tear in left margin only and some ironed creases not detracting from visual appeal, neatly cancelled by two strikes of probable '5/V' oval obliterator of Bendigo Creek. A charming and very rare multiple.rnrnProvenance: Collection Rod Perry.
    Ausruf : 500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3410 Victoria

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    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Co., Melbourne 1854 (June): Half-Length 3 d. greenish blue, two fine examples used in combination with 1854 Woodblock 6 d. dull orange on 1858 cover to London endorsed 'per Royal Mail Steamer European', all tied by circular barred '1' numeral obliterator of Melbourne in black. 'Ship Letter / Melbourne' datestamp in red on front alongside 'London / Paid' arrival cds (July 12) in red. A splendid and most attractive cover, one of the gems of the classic period. Cert. RPSL (1963).rnrnProvenance: Collection Lars T. Amundsen, SG, London, 6-8 Dec 1967, lot 600.
    Ausruf : 1.500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3411 Victoria

    1854/1901: Proof for 1 shilling value in black on wove paper (127 x 172 mm., horizontal crease in paper well below the design), the approved design being inked as illustrated in black and grey on greyish background, at left an albino impression of different wording with "POSTAGE / ONE SHILLING" instead of approved "VICTORIA / ONE SHILLING". The top of sheet with "No. 4 / Impression from the Original Steel Plate" typed in blue ink and underlined, referring to the series number of the Proof, not the number printed. Two (Robson Lowe) or three (Rod Perry) impressions are believed to have been struck from the Original Die on the occasion of the Duke of Cornwall & York's (later King George V) visit to Australia in 1901. A splendid Proof and of great rarity.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2052.rn                   Collection Rod Perry.
    Ausruf : 2.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3412 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson 1854 (July 6): 1 s. blue, imperforate, a fine used example with 1857 Woodblock 6 d. dull orange, rouletted at GPO, used on small 1858 envelope registered to London endorsed 'Stamped, Sept 11th 1858' at lower left, tied by circular '1' numeral obliterator of Melbourne and by "6" (pence) handstruck accountancy marking in black. Oval 'Registered / London' arrival on front (Nov 13) in red. Reverse with top flap missing but with 'Melbourne' despatch (Sept 15) in black. Scarce and attractive cover.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 200 CHF

    Losnr. : 3413 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. red-brown on poorer quality paper, position 12, a superb used example with large margins all round, extremely lightly cancelled, scarce so fine Gi = £ 130.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 240 CHF

    Losnr. : 3414 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. red-brown shade on poorer quality paper, Stone 2, Seventh printing, one stamp touched at top but with huge margins on other three sides and portion of adjoining stamp at base, typical natural airholes and ironed creases but position 3 showing the 'Fingerprint' flaw (Queen's chest dotted), lightly cancelled in black. Scarce multiple, illustrated in the Robson Lowe Encyclopaedia on page 208.rnrnProvenance: Collection Dr. R. N. Wawn.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 480 CHF

    Losnr. : 3415 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. brick-red shade on poorer quality paper, Stone 2, Seventh printing, a magnificent horizontal strip of four with ample to large margins all round and two single examples with touched to large margins, all used on 1856 cover to Sydney tied by circular '1' obliterator of Melbourne in black. Reverse with 'Melbourne / Victoria' despatch datestamp (Feb 15) and 'Ship Letter / Sydney' arrival cds in black. An exceptional and attractive franking.
    Ausruf : 500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.300 CHF

    Losnr. : 3416 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. dull rose-red on poorer quality paper, Stone 3, Eighth printing, a fine used example with large margins all round showing 'Crushed Value Tablet' due to the Lithographic Transfer, typical natural airholes, neatly cancelled by circular '8' numeral obliterator of Portland leaving the flaw clear.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 280 CHF

    Losnr. : 3417 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. orange-brown shade on poorer quality paper, Stone 3, Eighth printing, position 17, a fine example with ample to large margins all round, used on "Melbourne Prices Current and Shipping List" Newspaper of December 24, 1855, endorsed 'p Lightning' and 'Newspaper Only' at top, tied by circular barred '1' numeral obliterator of Melbourne. Small portion of newspaper missing at top, but interestingly under 'Projected Departures' the 'Lightning' is listed for Liverpool, leaving on Dec 26, the Newspaper with arrival of March 26, 1856 in red. A rare and most unusual usage.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 13 May 1981, lot 754.
    Ausruf : 500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3418 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. dull rose-red on poorer quality paper, an unused example, of beautiful colour and with large to huge margins all round, paper with some natural airholes, fresh and fine, unused without gum. A lovely stamp, illustrated in Geoff Kellow 'Stamps of Victoria' on page 54 Gi = £ 1'400.
    Ausruf : 500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3419 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. rose shade on poorer quality paper, Ninth printing, a fresh unused example of vivid colour, huge margins all round, natural airhole and some creasing caused by part og. An attractive and scarce stamp Gi = £ 1'400.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.300 CHF

    Losnr. : 3420 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 1 d. bright lilac-rose shade on poorer quality paper, Stone 4/5, Ninth printing, both positions 18, used on 1855 local envelope to Forest Creek (Castlemaine from January 1, 1854), neatly tied by bold "37/V" oval obliterators of Forest Creek in black. Fine 'ADVERTISED / AND / UNCLAIMED' instructional handstamp in red and corresponding unclaimed docket number '149' at left in manuscript. Reverse with 'Castlemaine / Crown / Victoria' datestamp (March 23) in black. A charming and rare cover.rnrnProvenance: Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20019.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 750 CHF

    Losnr. : 3421 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 3 d. very deep bright blue on poorer quality paper, Stone B, Seventh printing, position 18, a superb unused example with large margins all round and part of adjoining stamp at left, of tremendous rich vibrant colour, tiny thin spot in top margin only and not detracting from appearance, fresh and very fine, unused without gum. A delightful stamp with very few unused examples known in this shade Gi = £ 2'250.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2032.rn                        Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20197.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 4.400 CHF

    Losnr. : 3422 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 3 d. milky Prussian blue on poorer quality paper, Stone C, Eighth printing, position 19, an unused example of good colour and large margins all round with portion of adjoining stamp at right, typical slightly worn appearance, minor possibly natural thin otherwise fresh and very fine, unused without gum. Rare with just six examples recorded in unused condition Gi = £ 3'750.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 5.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3423 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 3 d. steel blue on poorer quality paper, Stone D, Ninth printing, positions 14-15, large margins all round and traces of stamps at left and at top, with position 15 showing large white crack at top through 'O' of VICTORIA, cancelled by circular '"26" numeral obliterator of Camperdown in black, leaving the variety clear. Minor wrinkle but a very scarce and most appealing pair.rnrnNote: It is interesting to point out that neither the Gary Diffen nor the John Barwis collections contained an example of this variety.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 420 CHF

    Losnr. : 3424 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 3 d. deep blue on poorer quality paper, Stone D, Ninth printing, positions 10 and 15, margins clear to large all round on each, used on 1856 entire letter to London endorsed 'p. Mermaid', tied by circular "2" numeral obliteration of Geelong in black. Reverse with 'Geelong / Crown / Victoria' despatch (March 8), Melbourne transit and AUSTRALIAN / PACKET / LIVERPOOL datestamp in brown (June 9) with manuscript '1s.' charge to pay. A charming and rare entire. Signed A. Diena, Van Dieten.rnrnProvenance: Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20203.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 420 CHF

    Losnr. : 3425 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell & Fergusson, Melbourne 1854/57: Half-Length 3 d. indigo blue on poorer quality paper, Stone D, Ninth printing, positions 1-2, huge margins all round on each with portions of adjoining stamps at base and at right, used on 1856 entire letter to Egremont, Cumberland endorsed 'per First Ship', cancelled by circular "2" numeral obliteration of Geelong in black. Reverse with 'Geelong / Crown / Victoria' despatch (April 14), Melbourne transit and Whitehaven (July 18) and Egremont cds's. Obverse with AUSTRALIAN / PACKET / LIVERPOOL / PAID datestamp in brown and '5d.' accountancy handstamp in red. A fine and most attractive cover.
    Ausruf : 250 CHF
    Zuschlag : 420 CHF

    Losnr. : 3426 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854 (Sept 13): 6 d. dull reddish brown, imperforate, a huge margined example with portion of adjoining stamp at base, used on 1858 entire letter endorsed  'per Simla' to Augustine Heard & Co. in Shanghai, China tied by circular "1" numeral obliterator of Melbourne in black. Reverse with oval 'Melbourne / Victoria' despatch datestamp (Feb 15) and HONG KONG transit cds (March 28) in black. Previously, just six stamped covers were recorded mailed to China in the classic period by Ben Palmer in 'Pre-UPU Destination Mail', this item being the sole known usage in 1858 and previously unrecorded. Rare and very attractive entire.
    Ausruf : 2.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 4.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3427 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854 (Sept 13): 6 d. dull orange, imperforate, a fine horizontal strip of three, margins close to large, used on 1856 registered cover to Locarno, Switzerland tied by circular "4" numeral obliterator with oval 'Sandhurst / Victoria' datestamp (Sept 25) at left. Reverse with 'AUSTRALIAN / PACKET / LIVERPOOL' datestamp in black (Dec 29) and struck on front with 'COLONIES / ART. 18' in red and handstruck "d6" (pence) split rate accountancy marking. Reverse with Basel, cds (Jan 1, 1857), Locarno datestamp (Jan 7) and oval "+/MAGGIA" in blue. Slight overall soiling, unrecorded by Ben Palmer in 'Pre-UPU Destination Mail'. A rare cover. Signed Darteyre.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 900 CHF

    Losnr. : 3428 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854 (Sept 13): 6 d. orange-yellow, imperforate, a fine unused example, ample to large margins all round, small gum crack on reverse otherwise fresh and fine with large part og. Gi = £ 550.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 340 CHF

    Losnr. : 3429 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854: Registered 1 s. Essay in grey-blue and bronze on thin white wove paper, 'Registered' and 'One Shilling' as well as frame super-imposed on the design, a fine example of this great rarity (see first Purves sale lot 2065 for another example). Extremely rare with just three examples recorded.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3430 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854/55: 'Registered' 1 s. rose-pink & blue and July 1854 1 s. blue in a horizontal pair, used on registered 1857 double rate cover from Maldon to Locarno, Switzerland tied by circular "60" numeral obliterators in black. Reverse with 'Maldon / Victoria' datestamp (Feb 19) and Melbourne transit in black (Feb 21). London 'Crown / Registered' in red and oval 'REGISTERED / G.P.O.' datestamp (May 9) in red with 'd6' split rate accountancy marking in black. Thence via Calais and Basel to Locarno with datestamps on reverse. Some creasing affecting the adhesives but very rare, unrecorded by Ben Palmer in 'Pre-UPU Destination Mail'.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 700 CHF

    Losnr. : 3431 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854 (Sept 1): 2 s. bluish-green on yellow, imperforate, a fine example with even margins all round, used on 1855 entire from Geelong to Edinburgh cancelled by light oval "2/V" obliterator in black and by 'd6' split rate accountancy charge in manuscript. Reverse with Geelong despatch datestamp (Dec 11), Melbourne transit (Dec 12) and both London (March 17) and Edinburgh datestamps in red. A fine and scarce entire.rnrnProvenance: Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20295.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 400 CHF

    Losnr. : 3432 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell and Fergusson 1855 (July): 'Queen on Throne' 2 d. lilac on poorer quality paper, position 48 (YB) from base of sheet, a fine large margined used example showing 'Creased Transfer' at base reading TVO PENCE, lightly cancelled leaving the Plate Flaw clear. Minor wrinkle of no significance, a scarce and most attractive stamp Gi = £ 1'300.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 800 CHF

    Losnr. : 3433 Victoria

    Lithographed by J. S. Campbell and Fergusson 1856: 'Queen on Throne' 2 d. dull mauve, later printing from worn Stone on poor quality paper, positions 39-40/49-50 (OT-PU/ZC-WM), a used block of four from the lower right of sheet, of delightful appearance and showing significant wear, the upper pair with faults and creased between the block, neatly cancelled by two strikes of circular "5" numeral obliterator of Ballarat. Despite faults a rare and appealing positional multiple Gi = £ 200+.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 280 CHF

    Losnr. : 3434 Victoria

    1854/56: 'Queen on Throne' Perkins Bacon sunken Die Proof (61 x 74 mm.), similar to the central vignette of the 1 d. value, with VICTORIA inscribed on lower step and laurel leaf surround, printed in black on thick paper. The design was based on a watercolour drawing by Edward Henry Corbould. Scarce and most appealing, almost identical to the Die Proof offered (lot 2068) in the first Purves sale. Rare.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : nicht verkauft

    Losnr. : 3435 Victoria

    Recess by Perkins Bacon 1856: 'Queen on Throne' 1 d. yellow-green, wmk. Star, a superb large margined example with part strike of the CANCELLED obliterator in black, being one of the six examples given to the family of Rowland Hill in appreciation. Of these six, three are housed in museum collections, this being the sole recorded example in private hands. Discussed in 'The Stamps of Victoria' by Geoff Kellow RDP on page 103 and illustrated on colour plate 6. Delightful and extremely rare Gi = £ 12'000.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2075.rn                   Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20279.
    Ausruf : 5.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 10.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3436 Victoria

    Recess by Perkins Bacon 1856: 'Queen on Throne' 1 d. yellow-green, wmk. Star, a fine unused block of four, margins ample to large all round, in a rich deep shade, fresh and fine with large part og. Gi = £ 1'200+.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 900 CHF

    Losnr. : 3437 Victoria

    1857/60: Emblems Issue, (4 d.) Tender Essay by S. Calvert with Victoria's head surrounded by two octagonal frames in white, probably modelled on the Great Britain 1847/54 embossed issue, with VICTORIA at top with stars at each side, printed in pale brownish-pink on white, affixed to small piece of wove paper (35 x 36 mm.). Similar but finer than the example in the first Purves sale (lot 2080), the Purves example was annotated 'Design for the Fourpenny Stamp other colour not embossed. Calvert Brothers'. Calvert, the printer of the Woodblock issue, was to win the contract for the 1857/60 adhesives, see 'Stamps of Victoria' by Geoff Kellow RDP, page107. An extremely rare and most attractive Essay.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3438 Victoria

    Emblems Issue 1857 (Feb 18): 1 d. deep green, imperforate, wmk. Large Star, a  fine used horizontal strip of four with just clear to large margins all round, cancelled by circular "5" numeral obliterator of Ballarat in black.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 280 CHF

    Losnr. : 3439 Victoria

    1857: Emblems Issue, Imperforate Plate Proofs for the 4 d. value (10) with a pair in pale salmon, pair and marginal strip of four in dull rose-red (both these with offsets), and a further horizontal pair with misplaced offset on reverse (re-used paper). A few small imperfections but generally fine, a scarce group.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 480 CHF

    Losnr. : 3440 Victoria

    Emblems Issue 1857 (Feb 18): 4 d. rose, imperforate on thin unwatermarked paper, a Plate Proof block of four printed on both sides, fresh and very fine.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 100 CHF

    Losnr. : 3441 Victoria

    Emblems Issue 1857 (Aug-Sept): 2 d. grey-lilac, no wmk., rouletted 7-9 by GPO clerks in Melbourne, a splendid used block of four, imperforate vertically, neatly cancelled by circular "1" numeral obliterator of Melbourne. Fresh, fine and very rare. Ex Tommy Allen Gi = unlisted.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 5.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3442 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1857 (Aug-Sept): 6 d. dull orange, rouletted 7-9 by GPO clerks in Melbourne used with 1 s. blue similarly rouletted, on small 1858 registered cover to Cromer, Norfolk tied by circular "1" numeral obliterator of Melbourne. 'Registered / London' datestamp in red on front (Aug 14) and handstruck 'd6' split rate accountancy marking in black; reverse with Norwich and Cromer cds's. Unusual issue on cover.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3443 Victoria

    Emblems Issue 1858 (Jan-April): 1 d. pale emerald green, rouletted 7-9 on all sides, a used block of four of good delicate colour and centering, cancelled by circular "3" numeral obliterators of Castlemaine. One stamp with tiny thin spot but a scarce multiple.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 800 CHF

    Losnr. : 3444 Victoria

    1858 (Jan-April): 1 d. pale emerald green, rouletted 7-9, a horizontal pair used on cover to Ballarat with variety "Vertical Imperforate Between" or "Roulettes Missing between the Stamps", cancelled lightly in black leaving the variety clear. Left stamp with vertical crease, reverse with Ballarat datestamp in black. Exceptionally rare and believed unique.rnrnProvenance: Collection Charles Lathrop Pack.rn                   Collection J. R. W. Purvesrn                   Collection Rod Perry, DF, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20334.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.100 CHF

    Losnr. : 3445 Victoria

    1858 (Jan-April): 1 d. emerald green, no wmk., rouletted 6½, a used horizontal strip of four, central stamps divided by interpane margin, lightly cancelled in black, some staining but extremely scarce.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, London, 9 Sept 1981.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 850 CHF

    Losnr. : 3446 Victoria

    Recess by Perkins Bacon 1856: 'Queen on Throne' 6 d. Original Die Proof printed in black, cut down and mounted on thick card, 24 x 34 mm. with truncated corners, of wonderful depth of engraving, of lovely appearance, a fine and rare Proof of which only five examples are recorded.rnrnProvenance: Collection Marcel Stanley, RL, London, 20 Sept 1995, lot 765.
    Ausruf : 1.250 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.250 CHF

    Losnr. : 3447 Victoria

    Recess by Perkins Bacon 1858: 'Queen on Throne' 6 d. blue, wmk. Star, rouletted 5½-6½, a fine used example cancelled by barred "124" Indian obliterator of ADEN in black. Rare and most unusual.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 240 CHF

    Losnr. : 3448 Victoria

    Perforated by Robinson 1859 (Jan-May): Half Length 3 d. blue, a horizontal pair perf. 12, used on 1859 entire letter from Melbourne to Castres, France endorsed 'per Emeu', the pair neatly tied by circular "1" numeral obliterator of Melbourne and by 'Australie v. Suez / Amb. G.' in red. Reverse with Melbourne despatch cds (March 16), and four French datestamps May 15 and 16). Underpaid and charged  '5' décimes due in manuscript. A fine and appealing entire.
    Ausruf : 250 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3449 Victoria

    Woodblock Issue 1854 (Sept 1): 2 s. dull bluish-green on pale yellow, perf. 12 by Robinson, a fine unused example of good centering and colour, unused without gum Gi = £ 600.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 300 CHF

    Losnr. : 3450 Victoria

    1860/66: Beaded Oval 3 d. bright blue on Saunders paper, perf. 12, a fine unused example of fresh colour, slight spot of gum missing otherwise fresh and fine, large part og. Gi = £ 325.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 190 CHF

    Losnr. : 3451 Victoria

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    Beaded Oval Issue 1861: Error of Watermark, 3 d. blue, rough perf. 12 and imperf. horizontally, a good used example with TRREE for THREE in watermark. Rare and elusive stamp. Cert. BPA (1986) Gi = £ 700.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.100 CHF

    Losnr. : 3452 Victoria

    1860/66: Beaded Oval 3 d. maroon on Saunders paper, perf. 12, an unused example, marginal from top of sheet, fresh appearance, large part browned og. A scarce stamp Gi = £ 400.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 300 CHF

    Losnr. : 3453 Victoria

    Beaded Oval Issue 1860/66: 4 d. rose-pink, a horizontal strip of three used with single 6 d. orange on 1860 registered cover from Warringal to Lancaster, UK tied by circular "85" numeral obliterators in black. Front with 'Registered / Melbourne' datestamp in red (Nov 24). Reverse with 'Warringal / Crown / Vctoria' datestamp in black (Nov 24) and Lancaster (Jan 19, 1861) arrival cds. A few imperfections but a very scarce usage with a 4 d. multiple and the rare 6 d. value on cover.rnrnProvenance: Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20366.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.100 CHF

    Losnr. : 3454 Victoria

    Beaded Oval Issue 1862 (Oct 9): 4 d. dull rose, wmk. numeral, on De La Rue paper, perf. 12, a superb unused block of six of excellent rich colour, fresh and very fine, with large part browned og. A delightful and very rare multiple Gi = £ 1'200+.rnrnProvenance: Allegedly ex collection Charles Lathrop Pack.rn                   Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20376.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.400 CHF

    Losnr. : 3455 Victoria

    1863/73: Laureated 1 d. green, perf. 12, a fine horizontal strip of four used on 1866 cover to Melbourne, first and second stamps in the strip divided by interpane margin, lightly cancelled in black. Reverse with top flap missing but showing Ballarat and Melbourne datestamps (March 1). A scarce and most unusual cover.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : nicht verkauft

    Losnr. : 3456 Victoria

    Laureated Issue 1863/73: De La Rue paper, 1 d. deep green, perf. 13. a fine unused block of twelve (3 x 4) without watermark apparent, of brilliant fresh colour, minor gum creasing, large part og. A delightful and very scarce multiple Gi = £ 1'100+.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 460 CHF

    Losnr. : 3457 Victoria

    Laureated Issue 1863/73: De La Rue paper, 8 d. orange perf. 12¾, an unused horizontal strip of three, of brilliant colour and superb large part og. Rare and superb Gi = £ 2'250.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.200 CHF

    Losnr. : 3458 Victoria

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    Laureated Issue 1863/73: Emergency printing on De La Rue paper, 10 d. grey, wmk. '8', perf. 13, a fine unused example without gum. A very rare stamp. Cert. BPA (1983) Gi = £ 950.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 360 CHF

    Losnr. : 3459 Victoria

    1863/73: Laureated 1 d. deep yellow-green, on Saunders paper wmk. '1' in single line, perf. 13, an unused block of four of good colour, centred somewhat to right, minor gum bends, large part og. A scarce stamp in a multiple Gi = £ 480+.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 400 CHF

    Losnr. : 3460 Victoria

    1867/81: 8 d. lilac-brown on pink, perf. 13, an unused block of four (positions 100-101/112/113) of rich colour, lower pair crossed by light bend, otherwise fresh and fine, large part og. A scarce stamp in a multiple Gi = £ 900+.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3461 Victoria

    1867/81: 5 s. bright blue & red on glazed white paper, wmk. V over Crown, perf. 13, a fine used horizontal pair cancelled by '61' numeral obliterator in black, right hand stamp showing the variety "Short Second 'I' in SHILLING". Fresh and fine, a remarkable pair. Illustrated in 'Stamps of Victoria' by Geoff Kellow RDP on page 183.
    Ausruf : 500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3462 Victoria

    1881 (May): 5 s. bright blue & red on glazed white paper, Type II, a fine unused example, marginal from top of sheet, with double row of horizontal perforations. Fresh and very fine, slight thin in margin only, otherwise superb og. Scarce Gi = £ 550+.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 650 CHF

    Losnr. : 3463 Victoria

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    Laureated Issue 1867/70: Emergency printing, 6 d. dull blue, Saunders paper, wmk. single lined numeral "4", a superb used example of this rarity, centred to right, neatly cancelled by 'Victoria' duplex in black. An extremely rare stamp and one of the finest of the 10 recorded examples. Cert RPSL (1938) Gi = £ 2'250.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, London, 9 Sept 1981, lot 258.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3464 Victoria

    1870/73: 2 d. dull lilac mauve, a single example used on OHMS cover to the Telegraph Station at Balranald tied by 'Echuca / 40' duplex. Struck at lower left on despatch with CUSTOMS MOAMA / NEW SOUTH WALES intaglio Crown handstamp in violet with manuscript date '2/11/72'. Reverse with Swan Hill cds and Balranald arrival (Nov 6). Some ageing but scarce.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3465 Victoria

    1873/75: Essay for the proposed 9 d. value by William Bell, with head plate vignette hand-painted in shades of pink, imperforate on card, 59 x 71 mm., the frame hand-painted in shades of red and reddish-lilac, with the Essay signed "W.B." at base and "B" in ink on reverse. Extremely rare, whilst the 9 d. value was adopted, the accepted design's Essay appears to have been lost. See Geoff Kellow RDP 'Stamps of Victoria', with this Essay illustrated on page 189. A magnificent, extremely attractive and unique Essay.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2162.
    Ausruf : 1.500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.900 CHF

    Losnr. : 3466 Victoria

    1873/74: Essay by William Bell for the unadopted 6 d. value on card (52 x 51 mm.), the head plate and vignette of the issued 1 d. printed in red, overlaid on handpainted frame and VICTORIA in shades of red and carmine, with values '6d.' and SIX PENCE picked out in pencil. See Geoff Kellow RDP 'Stamps of Victoria', with this Essay illustrated on page 189. A wonderful and quite beautiful Essay.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2160.rn                   Collection Richard Stevenson, Spink, London, 6 April 2006, lot 1326.rnrn 
    Ausruf : 1.500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3467 Victoria

    1873/74: Essay by William Bell for the 1 s. value on card (41 x 39 mm.), the head plate and vignette of the issued 1 d. printed in red, overlaid on handpainted frame and VICTORIA in shades of red and carmine, with values '1/.' and ONE SHILLING in white. Corner crease at left but a wonderful and quite beautiful Essay, illustrated in Geoff Kellow RDP 'Stamps of Victoria' on page 197.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2163.rnrn 
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 850 CHF

    Losnr. : 3468 Victoria

    1878 (March 1): Emergency Printing ½ d. rose-red on pink paper, wmk. V over Crown sideways, perf. 13, a magnificent unused block of 45 (9 x 6), marginal from base of sheet, of rich vibrant colour, minor hinge strengthening, fresh and very fine, large part or unmounted og. Rare - the largest recorded multiple Gi = £ 3'825.
    Ausruf : 750 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.900 CHF

    Losnr. : 3469 Victoria

    Emergency Printing 1878 (Feb-April): 2 d. dull violet-mauve on brownish buff paper, wmk. V over Crown, perf. 13, a superb unused block of four of rich colour, one minute thin spot otherwise fresh and very fine, large part browned og. A very rare stamp in a multiple Gi = £ 1'300+.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 440 CHF

    Losnr. : 3470 Victoria

    1882/84: 1 d. pale (dull) green, wmk. V over Crown perf 12½, an unused block of twelve (4 x 3), from May 1884 printing, fresh and fine with superb large part or unmounted og. A rare stamp in a multiple Gi = £ 900+.
    Ausruf : 250 CHF
    Zuschlag : 950 CHF

    Losnr. : 3471 Victoria

    1882/84: 3 d. dull brownish orange, wmk. V over Crown, perf 12½, an unused block of four of vibrant colour, superb large part og. with lower pair unmounted og. Scarce Gi = £ 440+.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 260 CHF

    Losnr. : 3472 Victoria

    1882/84: 4 d. rose-red, wmk. V over Crown perf 12½, an unused block of four of good colour and centering for this stamp, trivial gum loss at upper left corner on first stamp, minor gum cracking, large part og. Gi = £ 440+.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 950 CHF

    Losnr. : 3473 Victoria

    Stamp Duty 1879: Die / Plate Proof for 6 s. value in black on cream wove paper, 27 x 32 mm., engraved by Arthur Williams of Sands & MacDougall, typographed at the Victorian Stamp Printer's. Near finished State of the Die with letters 'J' and 'L' inserted above figures '6' at each side (but with damaged 'D' in 'Duty' which was repaired), these letters standing for Charles Jackson and Ludwig Lang who designed much of the 1879 Stamp Duty series. See Geoff Kellow 'Stamps of Victoria' page 230. Scarce and most attractive.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 460 CHF

    Losnr. : 3474 Victoria

    1879 (Dec): Stamp Duty £ 8 Die Proof in black, engraved by Arthur Williams of Sands & MacDougall, printed on wove paper in an unfinished state prior to the letters 'J' and 'L' being engraved and added at the top of the design to the left and right of the three leaves central ornament. Slight age spots on reverse but a rare and most unusual Proof, see Geoff Kellow 'Stamps of Victoria' page 235.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.700 CHF

    Losnr. : 3475 Victoria

    Stamp Duty 1879: Die Proof for 2 s. value in yellow-brown on green wove paper, 36 x 57 mm., engraved by Arthur Williams of Sands & MacDougall, typographed at the Victorian Stamp Printer's. Unfinished State of the Die with letters 'J' and 'L' missing from the top corners, these letters standing for Charles Jackson and Ludwig Lang who designed much of the 1879 Stamp Duty series. Eight Die Proofs are recorded of this value, see Geoff Kellow 'Stamps of Victoria' page 240. Few bends but scarce and most attractive.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3476 Victoria

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    Stamp Duty 1884/1900: £ 25 deep green, £ 50 blackish-violet and £ 100 crimson, perf. 12½, wmk. V over Crown sideways, upright on the £ 100, the set of three values all with margins all round, the £ 50 with some colour-run in margin and trace of aging on reverse in margin, the £ 100 with merest trace of colour loss at lower right, however these are negligible imperfections on what is one of the rarest of all 19th Century stamp issues in mint condition, the sole set this describer has seen in 45 years in philately. A magnificent and extremely rare set in superb largely fresh condition, superb large part og. A dramatic and extremely rare set for the philatelic connoisseur. Certs. (3) BPA (2004) Gi = £ 210'000.
    Ausruf : 50.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 100.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3477 Victoria

    1885/95: 2 d. mauve and 4 d. magenta, used on slightly trimmed 1886 cover addressed to South Melbourne, tied by Melbourne duplexes (Feb 6). Struck with superb framed MISSENT TO / SOUTH YARRA in black at left, reverse with South Yarra cds (Feb 6) and Melbourne re-arrival (Feb 8). Small imperfections but very scarce.rnrnProvenance: J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 13 May 1981, lot 615.
    Ausruf : 100 CHF
    Zuschlag : 100 CHF

    Losnr. : 3478 Victoria

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    1885/95: 4 d. bright mauve-rose, a fine unused block of twenty (4 x 5), of outstanding fresh colour, a few split perfs. at top not detracting from appearance, superb og. or unmounted og. Rare and very attractive multiple. Cert. BPA (2009) Gi = £ 1'200+.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.600 CHF

    Losnr. : 3479 Victoria

    1885/95: 2 s. apple-green, wmk. V over Crown, perf. 12½, a magnificent corner marginal unused block of 25 (5 x 5) from lower right of the sheet, second stamp in bottom horizontal row pasted back into the sheet contemporarily, of wonderful freshness and bright colour, large part or unmounted og. Rare and most attractive Gi = £ 800+.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3480 Victoria

    1886: Modified 2 d. design in black, Die Proof in black on thick cream paper affixed to card, 36 x 41 mm., engraved by Charles Naish, fresh and very fine. A rare and splendid Proof.rnrnProvenance: J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2193.
    Ausruf : 500 CHF
    Zuschlag : 900 CHF

    Losnr. : 3481 Victoria

    1888: Die Proof in black & grey for 1 s. 6 d. design, imperforate on card paper, 23 x 27 mm., designed and engraved by Charles Naish and typographed at the Victorian Government printer's in Melbourne. Fresh and fine, a rare Proof.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 300 CHF

    Losnr. : 3482 Victoria

    1886/96: High Values, £ 7 rosine & black, wmk. V over Crown sideways, perf. 12½, a superb unused example of excellent centering and glorious colour, with superb large part og. Geoff Kellow records just two examples in unused condition outside the Royal Collection of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, this being the sole example with original gum. A wonderful stamp in the foremost quality and a great rarity of both Australian and British Commonwealth philately. Signed Peter Holcombe Gi = £ 12'000.
    Ausruf : 5.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 14.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3483 Victoria

    1897 (Oct 22): Diamond Jubilee & Hospital Charity Fund, 2½ d. (2/6 d.) red-brown, two examples used on 1897 cover to Broken Hill, NSW tied by 'Mornington / 113' duplexes (Nov 4) in black. An attractive and scarce cover.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 340 CHF

    Losnr. : 3484 Victoria

    1899/1901: 3 d. slate-green, wmk. V over Crown, perf 12½, an unused block of 30 (6 x 5) from upper right corner of the sheet, of excellent centering and colour, a few stamps with hinges reinforced for protection, fresh and very fine, large part or unmounted og. A rare large multiple Gi = £ 1'200+.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.500 CHF

    Losnr. : 3485 Victoria

    1900 (Jan 12): Boer War Patriotic Fund, the set of two values 1 d. (1 s.) olive-brown and 2 d. ( 2 s.) emerald green, each neatly cancelled by 'DOWN TRAIN / M.G.17 / VICTORIA' octagonal datestamps in black. A charming set Gi = £ 300+.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 280 CHF

    Losnr. : 3486 Victoria

    1901: Definitive Issues without and with 'Postage', the set of 18 stamps applied to small pieces, with values from ½ d. to 5 s., all cancelled on departure for the UPU in Berne with Melbourne c.t.o. datestamps. Upon receipt in Natal each stamp was again struck with diagonal "SPECIMEN." handstamp (Samuel type NA2) in violet. A fine and very scarce assembly and unique thus.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 950 CHF

    Losnr. : 3487 Victoria

    1901: 5 s. pale red & deep blue (without 'Postage'), wmk. Crown over V, perf. 12½ all round, an unused block of four, marginal from left of sheet, fresh and fine, large part og. Couple of minor scuffs on gum but a most attractive and scarce multiple Gi = £ 220+.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 200 CHF

    Losnr. : 3488 Victoria

    1901/10: Postage 5 s. rose-red & pale blue, wmk. V over Crown inverted, perf. 12½, July 1901 printing, a fine unused block of four, positions 33-34/43-44, of fresh colour and superb large part og. A very rare stamp in a multiple Gi = £ 240+.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, London, 14 Jan 1981, lot 1037.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 220 CHF

    Losnr. : 3489 Victoria

    1901/10: Postage 5 s. scarlet & deep blue, a delightful block of sixteen (4 x 4), marginal from left of sheet, all c.t.o. cancelled by 'Melbourne' circular datestamps (April 7, 1902) in black. A charming and scarce multiple.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, London, 14 Jan 1981, lot 1039.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 650 CHF

    Losnr. : 3490 Victoria

    1901/10: 1½ d. maroon on yellow, 1903 printing, an unused pair with top stamp showing rare compound perforation 12½ x 11, fresh and very fine, large part og. A very rare multiple Gi = £ 1'300.
    Ausruf : 350 CHF
    Zuschlag : 850 CHF

    Losnr. : 3491 Victoria

    1905/13: ½ d. blue-green, wmk. Crown over A, line perf. 12½, an unused block of four from lower left of the sheet showing variety 'Imperforate between Stamp and Margin' at base, fresh and very fine, large part og. Rare: just one horizontal pair, this block of four and a horizontal strip of six recorded in 'Stamps of Victoria' by Geoff Kellow RDP on page 291.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.300 CHF

    Losnr. : 3492 Victoria

    1901/10: Die Proof for £ 1 value in salmon, on wove paper, 93 x 60 mm., State 2 with line vertical below the beard, some minor scuffing and a corner crease but of great rarity.rnrnProvenance: Collection Sir Gawaine Baillie, Sotheby's, Melbourne 13-15 July 2005, lot 1180.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 1.700 CHF

    Losnr. : 3493 Victoria

    1905/13: £ 1 salmon and £ 1 dull rose, each in a fresh and fine unused horizontal pair, the 1907 £ 1 salmon, perf. 12½, large holes, being perfectly centred with large part og., the 1910 £ 1 dull rose, perf. 12½, small holes being equally fine with large part og. A delightful pairing Gi = £ 1'400. rnrnProvenance: Collection. J. R. .W. Purves, RL, London, 14 Jan 1981, lots 1091 & 1095.
    Ausruf : 400 CHF
    Zuschlag : 800 CHF

    Losnr. : 3494 Victoria

    1905/13: £ 1 dull rose, wmk. sideways, perf. 12½, a fine unused example of good colour and centering, fresh and fine, large part og. Gi = £ 350.
    Ausruf : 120 CHF
    Zuschlag : 220 CHF

    Losnr. : 3495 Victoria

    1905/13: £ 2 dull blue, wmk. Crown over V, perf. 12½, a magnificent sheet marginal block of four in a rich dark shade, well centred and superb og. Rare and splendid multiple Gi = £ 3'000.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 3.000 CHF

    Losnr. : 3496 Victoria

    Incoming Mail 1861: Yellow envelope, probably of American manufacture, mailed to Maryborough, Australia, privately carried on board Ship, struck on arrival with rare framed DETAINED ON / BOARD OF SHIP handstamp in red. Reverse with 'Melbourne' cds in red (April 22) and 'Maryborough / Victoria' arrival datestamp (April 23) in black, where charged '4' (pence) to pay in manuscript. The envelope with closed tear at top but rare.rnrnProvenance: Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20028.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 200 CHF

    Losnr. : 3497 Victoria

    Incoming Mail 1862: Cover from Calcutta to Rockhampton, Queensland endorsed 'Str. Nemesis and Galle' franked by India 1856 4 a. grey-black tied by Calcutta duplex (Feb 8) with framed INDIA PAID in red below. Transhipped in error in Melbourne with red cds on reverse (March 13) and struck with rare framed 'MIS-SENT TO / MELBOURNE; VICTORIA' handstamp in red. Sent on with Brisbane (March 23), Rockhampton (April 6) and Marlborough arrival cds (April 11) in black. Top left corner of envelope missing but a scarce and most attractive cover.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 13 May 1981, lot 614.
    Ausruf : 200 CHF
    Zuschlag : 220 CHF

    Losnr. : 3498 Victoria

    1895/96: Postage Due 2 d. pale scarlet & yellow-green, an unused vertical strip of seven, corner marginal from top right, showing double horizontal perforations and vertical perforations, fresh and fine, large part or unmounted og. A spectacular and scarce variety.
    Ausruf : 150 CHF
    Zuschlag : 280 CHF

    Losnr. : 3499 Victoria

    1890/96: Postage Dues, unused selection with first issue set of ten values to 5 s. in dull blue & brown-lake with large part og (Gi = £ 500), 1895/96 set of ten values to 5 s. pale red & yellowish green, together with two fine blocks of the 1909 ½ d. dull scarlet & pea-green, each in corner blocks of 30 and of 48 stamps, both unmounted og. A scarce group Gi = £ 1'350.
    Ausruf : 300 CHF
    Zuschlag : 440 CHF

    Losnr. : 3500 Victoria

    Postage Dues 1907/08: Prepared for Use but Unissued, 5 d. dull scarlet & pea-green, wmk. Crown over A, perf. 12 x 12½, a superb mint example of perfect centering, fresh and very fine, unmounted og. Just a few examples of this stamp were included in Presentation sets given to signatories by the Post Office, nine used examples are also recorded. Extremely rare Gi = £ 2'750.
    Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
    Zuschlag : 2.800 CHF
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