New South Wales - Stamp Auctions

Lot 20011 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20011 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1849 (Nov 19): Prepaid cover from Canowindra to Malta, endorsed 'via England' struck with octagonal framed "CANOWINDRA / PAID" in red with fine oval "CANOWINDRA / ♚ / NO 19 / 1849 / NEW S. WALES" in black, with fair only "PAID SHIP LETTER / ♚ / SYDNEY" in red below (Nov 22). Reverse with London transit cds (May 30) in red and re-rated at '2/3d.' to pay upon arrival in Malta; however the cover bears no backstamp of arrival. An extraordinary destination, a rare and most attractive cover.rnProvenance: Premier, Melbourne, 20 July 2002, lot 954.

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Lot 20027 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20027 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1850: 2 d. ultramarine, Plate III, a used example showing 'No Whip', position 19, with ample to large margins all round, lightly cancelled in black Gi = £ 275.

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Lot 20054 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20054 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Combination Cover with Victoria 1860/72: New South Wales Diadem 6 d. reddish purple, perf. 13, used in combination with Victoria 1862/63 6 d. black, on 1864 cover from Deniquilin (on the Edward River on the border with Victoria) to Inverary, Scotland tied by sunburst "51" numeral obliterator in black and by Melbourne barred obliterator in transit. Backstamped 'Deniquilin' cds (May 20), Moama (May 21), Melbourne (May 23) and Greenock (July 19). A superb and extremely rare cover.rnProvenance: Collection Maurice Burrus, Harmers, London, 11 Feb 1964, lot 419; Harmers, London, 1-3 Nov 1965, lot 492; Collection John R. Boker, Harmers, London, 14 April 1981, lot 43; Collection "Besançon", Corinphila sale 223, 31 May 2018, lot 3133.

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Lot 20006 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20006 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1841 (Feb 11): Soldier's prepaid entire letter from Towrang Stockade near Goulburn endorsed at top "Wm. Crook, private 1054, 80th Regt.", correctly counter-signed by the Captain commanding the 8th Company at left; mailed from Marulan to Bolton, England and struck with framed "PAID / AT / MARULAN" handstamp in red and oval "PAID SHIP LETTER / ♚ / FE 16 / 1840 / SYDNEY" in transit, with manuscript '1d.' prepaid. Struck on arrival with circular unframed "INDIA SOLDIERS / 4 / LETTER" due marking in black (Robertson In. Sol. 7). Reverse with "MARULAN /♚ / NEW S. WALES" in black (Feb 14), London cds (July 2) and Bolton arrival cds (July 3) in red. Folds with some internal tape but a rare entire.rnProvenance: Collection Ed Druce (1993); Collection Brian Peace, Prestige, Melbourne, 27 July 2009, lot 1144.rnContent: "Everything is flourioshing, I can get a pound a week and do my duty, by splitting shingles which is used in place of slates for they are 12 shillings a thousand and I can split one thousand six hundred a day...in England a man gets 10 shilling a week, I can get 2 pound and not work so hard for it...England have enough to do with the Chinese" (this last refers to the Opium War).

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Lot 20022 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20022 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1850: 1 d. carmine-rose, Plate I, two horizontal pairs in a rich shade (positions 11-12, 21-22) and pair of early impressions 1850 2 d. greyish blue, Plate I, positions 23-24, all on March 1850 OHMS printed cover to Sydney from the Police Office in Wollombi, all tied by "65" numeral obliterators. The adhesives minutely shaved or with large margins, first 1 d. stamp at left with surface fault of no great significance. Reverse with oval "WOLLOMBI / ♚ / MR 12 / 1850 / NEW SOUTH WALES" despatch datestamp and circular "SYDNEY / ♚/ NEW SOUTH WALES" arrival (March 14) in black. Cover #61 in the Ben Palmer census, illustrated on page 28. Central file fold well away from the adhesives, a magnificent and wonderful cover for the connoisseur of classic philately. Cert. RPSL (1982).rnProvenance: Thomas Bull auction, London, 18 Jan 1890, lot 108; Collection Sir Andrew Clarke, Harmers, London, 29-30 Jan 1962, lot 41; Collection Lars Amundsen, SG, London,6-8 Dec 1967, lot 301; Collection W.R.D. Wiggins, RL, Zurich, 26 Nov 1981, lot 1735; Collection "Manwood", Siegel, New York, 8 Nov 1995, lot 4040; Df, Geneva, 28-31 May 2002, lot 10620.rnrn 

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Lot 20038 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20038 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1854 (Jan-March): 2 d. chalky blue on yellowish paper, Plate III, wmk. '2', a used block of four, positions 37-38 / 47-48, with good to large margins all round, cancelled by "7" numeral obliterator of Penrith.rnProvenance: Prestige, Melbourne, 11 May 2012, lot 385.

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Lot 20049 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20049 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1856/60: Small Diadem 1 d. orange-vermilion (2) and 2 d. blue (2) used on 1859 cover endorsed "per first Steamer" from Paddington, Sydney to Geelong all tied by oval "NSW" handstamps in black. The adhesives with large margins all round with just the right hand 1 d. touched at base, reverse with circular "Sydney / New South Wales" despatch cds (June 29) and "Geelong / Victoria" arrival (July 6) in black. A most attractive cover.rnProvenance: Prestige, Melbourne, 8 May 2013, lot 1357.

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Lot 20017 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20017 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1849: Essay for the proposed 'Laureated Crown' 6 d. value and 'Lion & Crown' 1 s. value by John Carmichael in an Imperforate se-tenant pair on thick toned wove paper (65 x 57 mm.) printed in royal blue. A scarce and attractive Essay.rnProvenance: Prestige, Melbourne, 23 Sept 2011.

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Lot 20033 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20033 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1853 (May): Laureated 8 d. dull yellow, 2 d. blue on blued and 1 d. brick-red on bluish paper, used examples each with large margins all round, on 1853 cover to Stokesley, Yorkshire endorsed "p. Helen Baird" and "Postage Paid thro", tied by Sydney barred obliterators in black (rated 3 d. for outgoing Ship Letter and 8 d. for British incoming Ship Letter). Reverse with "Sydney / ♚ / N.S.W." despatch cds (Sept 24) and London cds (Jan 22, 1854) where '8d.' noted as prepaid in red manuscript. A truly wonderful three colour franking for a seldom encountered rate, an important and attractive cover in wonderful quality for the connoisseur. Cert. BPA (1967).rnProvenance: Collection "Manwood", Siegel, New York, 8 Nov 1995, lot 4451; Spink, London, 6 May 1998, lot 584; Prestige, Melbourne, 27 Aug 2005, lot 364.rnNote: Prepayment of the British incoming Ship fee of 8d. was only possible from January 1, 1853.

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Lot 20002 - brit. colonies New South Wales -  Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

Lot 20002 - brit. colonies New South Wales - Corinphila Auction AG CORINPHILA AUCTIONS 297 - 308 Day 3

1832 (Oct 18): Cover addressed to Prince'sn Street, Sydney struck on despatch with fair "BATHURST / N.S.W." with manuscript '1/-' due, struck on arrival with fine oval "♚ / GENERAL POST OFFICE / 20 OCT 20 / 1832 / SYDNEY" datestamp in blue. Minor file folds but scarce.

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