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Lot 1378    SESSION 6 (9.30AM WEDNESDAY 20TH NOV)    Stamps

Estimate $250
SOLD $260

NEW SOUTH WALES, Government Railways, Official issues, 1891-1915, 2d (2, one faded), 4d, 5d (faded), 6d (3, shades) & 1/- between #1503 & #1508, some variation in the "OS" Overprint, condition variable, very scarce, (8); another 1891-1915 6d red with OS overprint inverted, a few pulled perfs at lower-left, boxed '211', the cancel of Bourke, rare (illustrated); together with a selection of decimal Government Railways stamps with large OS overprint type II for 1,2,3,5,7 and 40 cents, type III with 1,10, 20 and 50 cents; type IV with large serifs OS overprint for 1,2,3,5,8,10 (2),20, 30, 40, 50 cents and 1 dollar. Used. (31)

Ex Prestige Auction of 1/12/2007, lot 370 (realised $125) being the first group of 8 and also 371 (realised $240) the illustrated item.

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