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Australia: 1914-15 Star Trio to twice Wounded in Action 10th Infantry Bn. 1914-15 Star, British War & Victory Medals impressed officially: '3714 PTE A. CHRISTISON, 10/BN AIF'. Alexander Christison, born Scotland. Prev service 5 years Black Watch Volunteers. Resident of Hindmarsh, South Australia. Enl aged 34, 9/8/15. To France & WIA (1st) Pozieres 25/7/16, WIA (2nd) Gas, Belgium 3/11/17. RTA & disch med unfit 5/4/18. Died 1956. On original ribbons. gVF. With full copy of archive file & colour photos (2) of his graveSOLD at A$900
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Great Britain: 1757 George II 6d. aEF. S-3711. (P)SOLD at A$120
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Great Britain: 1757 George II 6d gVF. S-3711 (P)SOLD at A$75
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Milner & Thompson Christchurch, New Zealand, 1881 1d. gEF-aU. A-379, 380, 381, 382, 383. R-372, 371, 376, 378, 377. All 32mm. (5)AVAILABLE at A$220
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Milner & Thompson Christchurch, New Zealand, 1881 1d. EF-aU. A-379, 380, 383. R-372, 371, 377. All 32mm. (3) (P)AVAILABLE at A$160
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Counter stamp: M.N. on rev of Miller Brothers Melbourne, Victoria 1862 1d. A-371, R-363. Rarity 6, ref A-1173 for counter stamp. VF, green patina in c/s. The coin is red-brown not red as it appears in the photo. RARE. (P)AVAILABLE at A$250
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Yr 1 (1912), Yr 5 (1916), Yr 6 (1917) Yoshihito 50 Sen. Y-371.1, 37.2, 2 of each. gVF-aU, 4 with lustre. (6)AVAILABLE at A$90
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Union Bank of Australia Ltd 10/- Wellington 1-10-1923 with 'Sterling' Ex Bank Archives. This note has been returned damaged severed & has been restored. VG, many pin holes & other flts, quite presentable appearance. Together with original Union Bank Indemnity for Imperfect Notes (for this note). P-S371a cat F US$2250.SOLD at A$350
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Hadrian 117-138AD Egypt Alexandria billon Tetradrachm. Yr 19 = 134/5 AD (12.7g). Laureate head left rev. Draped bust of Sarapis right wearing modius cf S-3719, Emmett 889. VF. (P)SOLD at A$200