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The Stamps Of Australia : On Steiner Pages.

 
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Posted 05/28/2019   04:33 am  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add finches to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Rod...your '10 Pound Duty' is Magnificent. Love the handwriting & signature.
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Thank you Finches,
A colleague turned me on to these, I have a lot of the smaller format,
but the larger ones are a challenge for the wallet.

I agree with you, a VERY handsome set of stamps, these Victorians.

I have 2 of the 10 now.
Money in the Bank with these, they will always sell.

Image: "Comprehensive colour Catalogue of Australian Stamps" 2nd Ed 1999
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Stamps of Victoria.
Frank Stamps.
https://www.stampsofvictoria.com/frankstamps.php
Cat#2 Attorney General.
Designations : 33 in set.



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Posted 05/28/2019   1:56 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Ciletaliph to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Great thread rod222 and all!
Thought you may enjoy this postmark on a cut out.

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Quote:
Thought you may enjoy this postmark on a cut out.


Nice.
EDGECLIFF NSW 1933
On mutilated Stationery fragment
Embossed KG5 Oval 1930 Die l CV : $4 for cut square
E= envelope
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Queensland Revenue : Impressed Duty

Note: Probably a perf chad EFO at "N" of Queensland.

Barefoot #21 1895 13 shillings CV: 75c (I paid 400% catalogue)


1892 Queensland railways (Cabin Break example) 1d red
Anyone seen this Pmk Before 3 ring "14"
https://www.ozrevenues.com/
Click Queensland revenues section.

Due to Pmk, no Wmk could be discerned.




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Environmental Pollution.
Western Australian Invention...Meet the "Drain Sock"
Sc#606 1975


https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-06...orm/11190266
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Posted 06/09/2019   8:58 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add finches to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Rod222..hopefully these net capture initiatives could be implemented across cement canals, draining into the Harbour and Lake Macquarie.
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Air Mail Vignette 1937 Exh
Australian Air Mail Labels and Vignettes 1920-1960
Author : Frommer ABN 13081928921
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'Filthy, dirty, trashed': Postal woes putting people off parcel delivery

https://www.9news.com.au/national/a...a04a7ce32b71

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This day in history.............1995
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BCOF
I am a Vietnam Veteran, here is a BCOF topical that may have some philatelic interest to some.
From our Vet Affairs paper.
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CDS for sale (Circular Date Stamp) Wittenoom (now closed) Western Australia. $100 on Gumtree.

Wittenoom, Western Australia... the most dangerous town in Australia....so much so, it has been removed from modern mapping since 2005?


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The Portrait gallery........."Formal"

Perkins Bacon's engravings for the New South Wales issue of 1854, based on Levinge's designs, heralded the end of the Primitives; Humphrys was responsible for the head. The designs became more complicated as the value of the stamps increased. The One Shilling shows an unusual amount of ornament for ornament's sake, but it is a grand specimen of engraving.



This remarkable stamp, engraved by Frederick Heath, was also designed by Levinge. It was intended to resemble a silver medal, but fortunately Perkins Bacon refused both to reproduce it in silver and to print it by lithography. Although rich in detail it is one of the most 'Formal' designs ever to be issued.


British Postage Stamp Design John Easton 1943

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Non Philatelic.
The "Collecting" gene............
https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-10...ove/11610484
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