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The Stamps Of Australia : On Steiner Pages.

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very nice collection congratulate.


Thank you Agmas.


Personal Pages.

1948
South Australia Clothing Ration Card.



Australia
Certified Mail

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Personal Pages.
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Australian Indicia.

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As always, nice pages! And also a very Happy New Year to you Rod and all the other members from "down under".

Peter
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Thank you Peter.
Unseasonal cool weather here, from the remotest Capital City, Perth.
Mr. Sun shall be frying us soon though, no doubt.
Happy New Year.

Frama Stamps:

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Sc# 46a
2014 Realised $42,500

Exist: Apparently 12. (3 mint)
The variety was caused by a temporary ink clog flaw that was quickly corrected.

Mark at right coastline is "tiny natural wood pulp inclusion"

https://siegelauctions.com

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"The Stamp House"

Original owner Rod Perry ~ Stamp Dealer.

Complete with Concrete perforations.


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Very nice.
It is a shame, your valuable stamps, arrive in scans that are a tad out of focus.
Defeats any fly specking study.

Up close and clear would have been fabulous.


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Sc#370 "Broken Twig" variety.

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Flotsam and Jetsam.





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1983
Sc#888
Australian Explorers.
Alexander Forrest.




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With respect, Same,
that image is not sufficient to be able to attempt any assistance.
Please try and indicate what you want answered, or what you think is pertinent.
Then we can reference our catalogues.

A clear scan is always optimum, for best and accurate appraisal.

Sc#178 1938 10/-
Full original gum, marks indicate is has been badly handled in the past.

CV : $100 / $16

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Substituted cliches after rusted plates. (Copper electros)
aka "No top to Crown" or "Top of crown missing"

Postmarked Bunbury Western Australia 1926

Punctured "O S" Official Service





Block : Image owner : member KGV

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Meter Stamp
Queensland to Perth 6 Days

Loganholme Queensland.
Population c 6000

Multicultural Australia.
In the 2011 census,
Loganholme recorded a population of 6,124 people, 50.2% female and 49.8% male.] The median age of the Loganholme population was 31 years, 6 years below the national median of 37.

73.2% of people living in Loganholme were born in Australia. The other top responses for country of birth were
New Zealand 8%,
England 4.8%,
South Africa 1%,
Philippines 0.8%,
Scotland 0.7%.
90.1% of people spoke only English at home; the next most common languages were
0.5% Vietnamese,
0.5% Mandarin,
0.4% Hindi,
0.4% Samoan,
0.3% German.[1]

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