AUSTRALIAN STATES & AUSTRALIA 1850-1960
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Losnr. : 3083 New South WalesDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3097 New South WalesDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3133 New South Wales1856 (Oct 10): 3 d. dull green, imperforate, the extremely rare error on wmk'd "2" paper, a superb used example with large margins all round, of excellent colour and lightly cancelled in black. Exceptional for this great rarity - just 19 examples are recorded (it should be noted that Burrus, Caspary, Dale-Lichtenstein, Hind, Slade Slade and Wiggins had no examples of this stamp) and the examples in Ginger, España and White are in much worse condition than the example offered here. Finer than the exceptional Isleham example, this is, without doubt, one of the top examples recorded for overall quality and beauty. Cert. RPSL (1939) Gi = £ 3'750.rnrnProvenance: Collection G. H. Boucher.rnrnAusruf : 2.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3136 New South Wales1860/72: 1 d. scarlet, perf. 12, a horizontal pair, marginally imperforate at left, used on 1861 second sheet of entire letter to Sydney, tied by 'Raymond Terrace' datestamps (Oct 28), reverse with 'Limeburner's Creek' cds (same day) and Sydney arrival cds. File fold away from adhesives, an attractive cover.Ausruf : 100 CHF
Losnr. : 3137 New South Wales1860/72: 2 d. pale Prussian blue, Plate II, Retouched, perf. 12. A fine used vertical pair, positions 57/69, with watermark "2" inverted, the upper stamp showing the "Major (Second) Retouch" especially apparent below the Queen's chin and around the neck. Rough perfs., fortunately lightly cancelled leaving the Retouch clear. An extraordinary and very rare positional multiple Gi = £ 425+.Ausruf : 500 CHF
Losnr. : 3152 New South Wales
Losnr. : 3156 New South Wales1884/85: 2 d. Prussian blue, perf. 11x12, two examples, 6 d. mauve, perf. 10x12 and 8 d. yellow perf. 12, all used on 1886 cover endorsed 'per S.S. Orient' from Sydney to Lindau, Germany, all tied by 'Sydney / NSW' in black (Oct 26). Reverse with Lindau arrival cds (Dec 4). An attractive cover.Ausruf : 150 CHF
Losnr. : 3187 New South WalesDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3194 Queensland
Losnr. : 3195 Queensland
Losnr. : 3197 Queensland
Losnr. : 3202 Queensland
Losnr. : 3218 Queensland
Losnr. : 3221 QueenslandDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3222 Queensland1895: Reprint of 1868/74 2 d. deep dull blue, Plate II on watermarked Crown over Q paper, a fine horizontal pair of lovely appearance, variety "Imperforate Vertically Between". Rare and most unusual, see footnote under Gi. 82 "One sheet of the 2 d. reprint is known to have the perforations missing betweeen the fourth and fifth rows..", thus only 10 pairs can exist thus. Fresh colour, gum scrape but part og. Scarce and attractive pair. Cert. BPA (1991).Ausruf : 350 CHF
Losnr. : 3230 QueenslandDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3242 Queensland
Losnr. : 3267 QueenslandStamp Duty 1878/79: Proof of the 1 d. value printed in violet & dull lilac, engraved by William Bell, a scarce horizontal pair Imperforate on thick card paper, the pair somewhat out of alignment and marginal at base, some staining but very scarce, illustrated in Basset Hull on plate XXIV. Ex Yardley collection.Ausruf : 300 CHF
Losnr. : 3278 Südaustralien
Losnr. : 3305 Südaustralien
Losnr. : 3306 Südaustralien
Losnr. : 3310 SüdaustralienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3317 SüdaustralienPerforation Experiments / Emergency Issue 1868/71: 1 s. chestnut red-brown, wmk. Large Star, rouletted issue perforated 11½-12½, lightly used example showing significant 'Double Impression' variety, especially prominent on the SOUTH AUSTRALIA tablet, cancellation leaving the variety very clear. Scarce.Ausruf : 100 CHF
Losnr. : 3335 Südaustralien1876/1904: 1 d. deep green, wmk. Crown SA, perf. 10, a used example with variety "Double Impression", with slight central stain of no significance as this example is the discovery copy which resulted in the Stanley Gibbons listing. Matched with an unused normal example for comparison. A very scarce stamp. Cert. BPA (1993) Gi = listed but unpriced.rnNote: Since the Stanley Gibbons listing we are aware of further examples being found.Ausruf : 200 CHF
Losnr. : 3336 Südaustralien1876/1904: Plate Proof for the 2 d. value, an imperforate block of 42 (6 x 7), printed in black on thick card paper, from the top right corner of the sheet with Plate Number "2" in margin. Fresh and very fine, a superb large multiple and very rare thus.rnrnNote: The new plate was invoiced on February 26, 1880.Ausruf : 750 CHF
Losnr. : 3342 SüdaustralienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3369 Südaustralien
Losnr. : 3377 Tasmanien
Losnr. : 3378 TasmanienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3392 TasmanienChalon Head Issues, London Printings 1854: Perkins Bacon Plate Proofs for the 2 d. value, imperforate horizontal pairs (3), printed in black on poor quality medium wove paper, one with vertical pre-printing paper-fold, another with prominent re-entry on TWO PENCE. A fine group.Ausruf : 150 CHF
Losnr. : 3395 TasmanienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3397 TasmanienChalon Head Issues, London Printings 1855 (Aug 17): 4 d. deep blue, wmk. Large Star, imperforate, a very fine used example with large margins on all sides and portion of adjoining stamp at right, neatly tied to small piece by "60" numeral obliterator of Launceston and by diamond 'Pre-Paid' datestamp in red. Slight hole in piece but a delightful stamp Gi = £130.Ausruf : 120 CHF
Losnr. : 3415 TasmanienChalon Head Issues 1858: 1 s. vermilion, wmk '12' upright, a wonderful used horizontal strip of four, large margins all round and imperceptibly touched at top on first two stamps, of good colour and cancelled by "59" numeral obliterators of Launceston. First stamp with minor vertical crease but a charming and extremely scarce multiple.rnrnProvenance: Collection Sebastian Earl, RL, Geneva, 25 April 1980, lot 2223.rn Collection Professor Enrico Bombieri, Christie's, Melbourne, 28 March 1999, lot 1098.Ausruf : 400 CHF
Losnr. : 3416 Tasmanien
Losnr. : 3423 TasmanienChalon Head Issues, locally printed 1863/71: 4 d. blue and 6 d. grey-violet / cobalt, perforated 10 by J. Walch & Sons of Hobart, used on 1865 cover to London endorsed 'via Marseilles', each tied by mute obliterator handstamps in black. Circular 'General Post Office / Hobart Town / Crown' datestamp in red below (Nov 23) with London arrival cds at left (Jan 12, 1866). Small part of flap missing but a very fine and rare cover.Ausruf : 400 CHF
Losnr. : 3430 TasmanienDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3431 Tasmanien
Losnr. : 3436 Tasmanien1870/71: 10 d. black, wmk. '10', perf. 12 by J. Walch & Sons of Hobart, a fine unused horizontal strip of four, marginal from base of sheet with 'Postage' watermark, fresh and fine, superb og., also a block of four 10 d. black all overprinted SPECIMEN in black (Type 2), one pair creased otherwise fresh and fine unused, large part og. A fine pairing.Ausruf : 150 CHF
Losnr. : 3450 Tasmanien1886 (Jan 6): De La Rue hand-painted Essay for proposed 2 s. 6 d. design, marked 'C' at lower right and dated 'Jan 6th 86' at top, stamp size on thick card, 74 x 92 mm., with the Essay drawn in violet including POSTAGE & REVENUE and the head-plate in this colour, the central oval, TASMANIA and TWO SHILLINGS AND SIX PENCE being picked out in Chinese white with perforations in pencil. See the 'De La Rue Collection' edited by Frank Walton RDP, plate 7906. Rare and beautiful, unique.Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3472 TasmanienPictorial Issue 1905/12: Russell Falls 4 d. orange-buff, perf. compound 12½ x 11, a superb unused block of four, of good colour and centering, fresh and very fine, large part og. An outstanding and very rare multiple Gi = £ 1'900+.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, London, 28 July 1981, lot 1395.Ausruf : 750 CHF
Losnr. : 3493 Victoria1851: Entire letter to Geelong with framed PAID AT / MELBOURNE in red and manuscript '2' (pence) in crayon, reverse with 'Melbourne / Crown / Port Phillip' datestamp (May 17) and 'Geelong / Crown / Port Phillip' arrival of the same day in black. Closed hole on face panel and minor flap tear but fresh and fine.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, Sale III, RL, Zurich, 13 May 1981, lot 533.Ausruf : 150 CHF
Losnr. : 3512 Victoria/NO LOTAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3513 VictoriaDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3533 Victoria1854: The famous three hand drawn Essays on card (114 x 74 mm.), each with background to Queen's portrait in vignette coloured in brown watercolour, with frames picked out in pencil, originally for the 2 d. value but re-submitted with the values altered to 'One Shilling' at base for the 1854 Tender, the first example with Artist's initials "JCR" in upper corners, and endorsed on reverse with "Jas Redaway 18/4/54" signature and date. Illustrated in 'Stamps of Victoria' by Geoff Kellow RDP on page 81. Minor imperfections with pin holes away from designs and slight damp patches on the card of no great significance, being both a most delightful Essay of great philatelic importance and undoubtedly unique.rnrnProvenance: Collection J. R. W. Purves, RL, Zurich, 27 Nov 1980, lot 2049.rn Collection Rod Perry, DF, Zurich, 16-21 Nov 1987, lot 20260.Ausruf : 2.500 CHF
Losnr. : 3561 Victoria1854/56: 'Queen on Throne' Perkins Bacon sunken Die Proof (39 x 43 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 card paper. The design was based on a watercolour drawing by Edward Henry Corbould. Scarce and most appealing, cut down but almost identical to the Die Proof offered (lot 2068) in the first Purves sale. Rare.Ausruf : 350 CHF
Losnr. : 3608 Victoria
Losnr. : 3625 Victoria1903 (April): Essay for 1 s. value, engraved by William Bell, typographed at the Victorian Govt. Printing Office, with POSTAGE at both sides of vignette, printed in jet-black on white medium paper. A rare and fine Proof - discussed by Kellow in 'Stamps of Victoria' on page 310.Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3735 AustralienCompetition Essays 1911 (May 31, closing date): Stamp size photographic Essay, 30 x 24 mm., applied to letter dated April 3, 1911, addressed to the Postmaster General's Department in Melbourne, with the competition entry showing Coats of Arms of the individual States with 'Australia' at top and 'Postage Two Pence' in lower tablet, the vignette of an allegorical 'Australia Fair' with a young lady clutching a scythe. Sent in by one Howard Davie of Surbiton, England. The letter with two pinholes at top and numbered on reverse 35 in pencil. A marvellous and extremely rare document and Essay.Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3758 Australien
Losnr. : 3762 Australien1914/20: 4 d. pale orange-yellow, Plate 1, an unused block of four, marginal from base of sheet with "JBC" monogram, minor gum bend otherwise fresh and fine with large part og. BW11OE(1)g/z = $ 1'200.rnrnProvenance: Collection Sir Gawaine Baillie, Sotheby's, Melbourne, 13-15 July 2005, lot 527.rn Collection 'Fordwater', Spink, London, 9 Nov 2011, lot 206.Ausruf : 300 CHF
Losnr. : 3796 Australien
Losnr. : 3811 Australien1924 (Aug 18)/1926: 1 d. sage green, no wmk., a fine block of 18 divided by interpanneau margin with T. S. HARRISON imprint, together with October 1926 1 d. sage-green in two marginal interpanneau pairs, one with A. J. MULLETT imprint (with "RA" joined in AUSTRALIA variety on left stamp), and the other, perforated through, with JOHN ASH imprint. Fresh and fine, large part or unmounted og. Gi = £ 250+.Ausruf : 120 CHF
Losnr. : 3813 AustralienDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3825 AustralienDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 3834 Australien
Losnr. : 3835 Australien1950 (Sept): Centenary of First Adhesive Postage Stamps in Australia 2½ + 2½ d. maroon, Die Proof on white wove paper mounted in sunken card frame (99 x 85 mm.). Just eight Die Proofs were prepared for presentation purposes. This is numbered "10" and dated in manuscript "5.7.50" on reverse. With letter (addressee's name excised) from PMG's office dated 23 August 1950. Very rare.Ausruf : 500 CHF
Losnr. : 3836 Australien1955 (Oct): South Australia Stamp Centenary 3½ d. green, Die Proof on white wove paper mounted in sunken card frame (88 x 115 mm.), Just eight Die Proofs were prepared for presentation purposes. This is numbered "50" and dated in manuscript "12.9.55" on reverse. With letter (addressee's name excised) from PMG's office dated 18 October 1955. The Proof with stain at top but very rare BW 330DP(1) = $ 3'000.Ausruf : 300 CHF
Losnr. : 3837 Australien1957 (Nov): Christmas 3½ d. red and 4 d. purple, Die Proofs on white wove paper, both mounted in sunken card frames (125 x 90 mm.), the 3½ d. with some aging within the frame and the 4 d. very fine. Eight Die Proofs were prepared for presentation purposes, the 3½ d. is numbered "14" on reverse and the 4 d. numbered "21", each dated "20.8.57" in manuscript. Some staining on reverse where mounted into album but very rare. BW338DP(1)+339DP(1) = $ 6'000.Ausruf : 250 CHF
Losnr. : 3839 Australien1913/30: Collection with early Commonwealth period largely unused unless stated, including 1913 5 s. grey & yellow used with single and cto pair, 1918/20 Cooke printing ½ d. block of four and a pair with "Thin 1 in Fraction" variety, 1 d. single examples (7), 1½ d. brown in both shades (4, one with inverted wmk.), 1918/23 with set of eleven and duplication including 4 d. ultramarine with inverted wmk., 1923/24 6 d. in ASH and MULLETT imprint blocks of four, 2 s. in ASH and MULLETT imprint pairs and scarce £ 1 grey; 1924 set with 1 d. sage in A. J. MULLETT imprint block of eight, 1½ d. with HALEPENCE variety in block of six, 3 d. dull ultramarine in a marginal block of four, 4 d. olive-yellow in a marginal block of eight, 1926/30 with set of eight to 1 s. 4 d. including 2 d. red brown in a A. J. MULLETT marginal imprint block of eight; perf. 13½ x 12½ set of eleven to 1 s. 4 d. including marginal 3 d. dull ultramarine with wmk. inverted variety. Generally fine, a splendid collection for the specialist (128 items incl. 30 blocks of four or larger).Ausruf : 2.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3845 Australien
Losnr. : 3848 Australien
Losnr. : 3863 AustralienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3869 AustralienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3879 AustralienNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 3894 New GuineaSetting 1 / GRI and Value 6 mm. Apart 1914 (Oct 17): 1 d. on 5 pf. green, Setting 1, positions 1-2/1-2, a splendid unused block of four, the two left hand stamps in the block showing the "Short 1" variety, fresh and very fine, large part og. with the lower pair unmounted og. Rare and most appealing multiple Gi = £ 870+.rnrnProvenance: Collection Tim Rybak, Belgrave, Melbourne, 26 April 2008, lot 79.Ausruf : 350 CHF
Losnr. : 3898 New Guinea
Losnr. : 3922A New Guinea
Losnr. : 3937 New Guinea
Losnr. : 3946 New Guinea1915: 'GRI / 3d.' on Rabaul label (#162), variety "No bracket after Neuguinea", with further variety: 'GRI / 3d.' overprint in black double, an unused example with minor crease on top left corner perforation,otherwise fresh and very fine, unused without gum. An exceedingly rare stamp: just two unused examples of the "Double Overprint" variety are recorded, this stamp certainly unique with the 'missing bracket' variety. A rarity for the specialist. Cert. Ceremuga (2018) Gi = £ 16'000+.Ausruf : 5.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3949 New Guinea
Losnr. : 3953 New GuineaRegistration Labels Surcharged for Postage 1915 (Jan): 'GRI / 3d.' on Käwieng labels (#967-966 / 962-961 / 957-956 / 952-951), Setting A, positions 5-6 repeated, an unused block of eight 'Deutsch Neu-Guinea', with the varieties "Double Surcharge - "3d." Only Doubled", on stamps 967 and 966, together with stamp 966 showing "No Hyphen between Neu and Guinea" (this being mentioned in Gibbs on page 101 as unique if located, and as yet unlisted by Stanley Gibbons), a splendid multiple, some blunting of the perforations at right, otherwise fresh and fine, unused without gum. Just five stamps with the "Double Surcharge" variety exist and label 966 is entirely unique. A splendid and very rare multiple for the connoisseur. Cert. Holcombe (1999) Gi = £ 17'950+.rnrnProvenance: Collection Marquess of Bute, RL, London, 29 April 1959, lot 256.Ausruf : 10.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3980 New GuineaProvisional Issue / GRI and Value 6 mm. Apart 1915: 1 d. on 5 pf. green, Setting 12, position E, a fine used example showing variety "I" for "1" in value, cancelled by oval RABAUL / NEW BRITAIN datestamp in violet (Gibbs type 8). An extremely rare stamp. Cert. BPA (1960) Gi = £ 4'250.rnrnProvenance: Collection Marquess of Bute, RL, London, 29 April 1959.rn Collection Robert M. Gibbs, Corinphila sale 78, 27 Sept 1988, lot 2061.Ausruf : 1.000 CHF
Losnr. : 3992 New GuineaOfficials: GRI and Value 3½ mm. Apart 1915 (Feb 27): 'O.S. / GRI' 1 d. on 3 pf. brown, Setting 3, position 6 (with surcharge shifted to left), used on local envelope written by Captain Fry and mailed within Rabaul, tied by RABAUL / NEW BRITAIN datestamp (17 Oct 1915) in violet (Gibbs type 8). Straight line CENSORED at left also in violet. An extremely scarce issue on letter. Signed Holcombe. Cert. BPA (1980).Ausruf : 500 CHF
Losnr. : 3997 Papua NeuguineaDieses Los wurde leider wieder zurückgezogen.
Losnr. : 4001 Papua Neuguinea
Losnr. : 4004 Papua NeuguineaNo LotAusruf : Gebot
Losnr. : 4008 Papua NeuguineaNo LotAusruf : 1.500 CHF
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