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June 27-28, 2012

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Lot #1028
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH VICTORIA
1855 outer FL sent from Maryborough to the Postmaster General in Melbourne, with fine strike of the no.14 "Butterfly" in red (recorded only in 1855 as the receiving mark for Official Mail), with clear oval Melbourne (Feb.9) arrival alongside, some acceptable wear, fine and scarce hs
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Price Realized
$475.00

Lot #1029
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH VICTORIA
1855 FL to "The Postmaster General, Melbourne", presumably a local Melbourne delivery, with a very clear strike of the uncommon No. 48 "Butterfly" struck in red, used as a receiving mark on all letters to senior P.O. Officials, oval "Melbourne MY.31.1855" cds on reverse, inside is written "Report causes of non-delivery with P.M.G. reports who has adopted measures to prevent such inconveniences in future", minor age stains and folds, fine appearance
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Price Realized
$475.00

Lot #1030
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH VICTORIA
1866 (Feb 23) FL from Melbourne to France "Via Marseille" with blue firm's cachet, large part Melbourne duplex with a v.f. strike of "GB 1F62 4/10c" accountancy mark in red, charged "10" decimes on arrival in France, fine
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Price Realized
$220.00

Lot #1031
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH VICTORIA
1905-10 £1 salmon, h.r., fine (SG 431)
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Catalog #230
Catalog Value £275
Price Realized
$180.00

Lot #1032
BRITISH COMMONWEALTH VICTORIA
1905-10 £1 dull rose, h.r., fine (SG 431a)
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Catalog #230
Catalog Value £275
Price Realized
$170.00

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