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822
Cricket: 1936 South Australia Centenary publicity label featuring a batsman, believed to be Sir Donald Bradman. VF UN.
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Postal History: 1787-1850s collection of folded letters/wrappers in VF springback binder with boxed 'Paid at' types inc 1836-41 Coleraine (5) black or red, 1840-41 Ballina, 1840 'Clonmel', 1848 'Longford'. Then Dublin Penny Post types with 1787 s/booklet 'Carlow' to Dublin with Free in circle, 1809 s/booklet Omagh to Yorkshire with red Mermaid type Free pmk, 1822 Crown Free, 1835 Cork-England with Crown Free cds, 1834 'Free Dublin' Crown cds, 1816 indistinct 'PP Office' oval, 1894 with 3-line 'Postage to Dublin not paid' in black, 1831 Liverpool-Dublin with large oval 'Northumberland Buildings Penny Post' red h/s, 1835 2-line 'Cork Penny Post' & 1839 'Sligo Penny Post', 1938 with 2-line 'Lisnaskea Penny Post' & cds, 1844 with boxed 2-line 'Enniskillen Penny Post' in blue. Then uniform penny post period with 'Paid at Derry 1d'. 1844 with 'P1' h/s & 'Roscrea' cds, 1845 to London with 2-line 'Cloyne Penny Post'. Shipmail markings inc 1846 endorsed p Anglesea via Cork with '8' & 'Cove Ship Letter' both in blue, 1843 boxed 'Belfast Ship Letter' & 'Cove Ship Letter'. Typical mixed condition with most appearing near comp to complete. Nicely written up in German on pgs. Many with a range of diff pmks, h/s, paid cds, rate markings etc. Fantastic lot for specialist. (37) (P)
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