3d AIRMAIL, dated 20 May, 1929. Very fine and fresh.
SG 173: 9d Platypus, watermarked paper, perf 13½x14. 1/9/1938. Very fine.
SG 164: ½d roo, watermarked paper, perf 13½x14. 3/10/1938. Very fine.
SG 170: 4d koala, watermarked paper, perf 13½x14. 1/2/1938. Fine condition.
SG 180, 184: 1d die 2, 2d die 2, perf 14 x 15. 1/8/1938. Very Fine.
A group of 12, all different. OFFICIAL unaddressed FDCs from the 1960s. SCARCE.
A group of 15 FDCs from the QE 2 era. All have “official” Australia Post cachets and are unaddressed. All different. Very fine and a scarce grouping.
Commemorating the opening of the Sydney Harbour Bridge. A wonderful illustrated envelope bearing the 2d, 3d, and 5/- denominations. Posted registered from Perth on the first day of issue, 14 MARCH 1932 and arriving in Sydney 18 MARCH.
FIRST DAY COVERS (2 JUNE,1930). Fine.
Bearing a single 3d Blue KGVI – Die II (thin paper). Postmarked “Melbourne, Vic,” 21 December, 1938, with “First Day Cover” hand-stamp. Catalogues incorrectly list FDI as being 20 December, 1938
ROBES 5/-, 10/- thick paper on neat FDC, date 1 APRIL, 1938. Extra fine.
½d kangaroo, CofA wmk, perf 14¾x14. One of two known, dated 28 January 1942, this one being the ‘KILLARA’ cover mentioned in ACSC. A RARITY.
Cancelled at Sandy Bay, Tasmania. Seldom see, if ever. Unaddressed, pristine.
HAND PAINTED by E. A. OGDEN, 1/0½ KGVI tied by CDS “COBURG 19/3/1952”. Very fine and RARE.
Postmarked “GPO Sydney” 25 May, 1953 – to Hon John McEwen M.P. Minister for Commerce and Agriculture. Official 1953 Coronation set of 3.
QEII ex BOOKLET PAIR on official unaddressed FDC. Pristine.
10/-, £1 NAVIGATORS tied by GPO Hobart canceller, dated First Day of Issue, 16 February 1964. Official unaddressed envelope.