(QQ1052) TASMANIA · 1871: mint 4d buff QV S/face perf.12 SG153 · a marginal example from the top of a pane · some poorly cut perfs however the overall condition is excellent · c.v. £350 (2 images)
This lot closes on Saturday, September 11th 2021 at 2:50 p.m Australian Eastern Standard Time.
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(QQ1052) TASMANIA · 1871: mint 4d buff QV S/face perf.12 SG153 · a marginal example from the top of a pane · some poorly cut perfs however the overall condition is excellent ....please view both largest images · gum condition is VG to excellent for this stamp c.v. £350 (2 images)
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(QQ1065) GERMANY · 1937: inland commercial air mail cover mailed from Berlin to Bad Homburg · franking includes an 8pf Hindenburg booklet stamp with tab · fine condition
This lot closes on Friday, November 19th 2021 at 1:50 p.m. Australian Eastern Summer Time
(QQ1072) PORTUGAL · GERMANY 1901: colour PPC to Berlin address delivered using pneumatic mail (Zur Rohrpost h/s and endorsed "16" ...the delivery office) · excellent condition ....unusual and attractive
This lot closes on Friday, November 19th 2021 at 1:55 p.m Australian Eastern Summner Time.
(QQ1575) GERMANY · c.1910: attractive advertising card for CONTINENTAL PNEUMATIC (TYRES) in excellent to fine condition
This lot will close on Friday, November 19th 2021 at 11:05 a.m Australian Eastern Summer Time.
(QQ1985L) TASMANIA · 1901: mining share scrip comprising 50 shares in THE OONAH SILVER MINING COMPANY N.L. mine near Zeehan · has been folded for mailing with some tiny pin-holes at UL however the overall condition is fine
This lot will close on Saturday, November 20th 2021 at 12:35 p.m. Australia Eastern Summer Time