Airmail Collector Reference Database - Tasmania

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(Tasmania) Australian National Airways, F/F Hobart to Melbourne, bs 1/5, registered (label) cover franked 1929 3d and 1931 2d and 3d, canc Hobart/Registered cds,3d,2d airs, large circular violet flight cachet.

Tasmania, 1931, May 1
Australian National Airways, F/F Hobart to Melbourne, bs 1/5, registered (label) cover franked 1929 3d and 1931 2d and 3d, canc Hobart/Registered cds,3d,2d airs, large circular violet flight cachet.

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(Tasmania) Australian National Airways, F/F Melbourne to Hobart, bs 2/5, registered (label) cover, 23x11cm, franked 7 1/2d ins 1930 5d/4 1/d surcharge, canc Melbourne cds, large circular violet flight cachet on front.

Tasmania, 1931, May 1
Australian National Airways, F/F Melbourne to Hobart, bs 2/5, registered (label) cover, 23x11cm, franked 7 1/2d ins 1930 5d/4 1/d surcharge, canc Melbourne cds, large circular violet flight cachet on front.

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(Tasmania) Australian National Airways, F/F Launceston to Melbourne, bs 2/5, registered (label) cover, 23x11cm, franked 9d, canc Launceston/Registered cds, fine strike large circular violet flight cachet on front.

Tasmania, 1931, May 1
Australian National Airways, F/F Launceston to Melbourne, bs 2/5, registered (label) cover, 23x11cm, franked 9d, canc Launceston/Registered cds, fine strike large circular violet flight cachet on front.

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(Tasmania) F/F Hobart to Melbourne, bs 1/5, registered (label) cover franked 8d large violet circular cachet, ANA.

Tasmania, 1931, May 1
F/F Hobart to Melbourne, bs 1/5, registered (label) cover franked 8d large violet circular cachet, ANA.

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(Tasmania) F/F Hobart to Melbourne, and on to Perth, bs 1/5, registered (label) cover franked 8d large blue circular cachet, ANA.

Tasmania, 1931, May 1
F/F Hobart to Melbourne, and on to Perth, bs 1/5, registered (label) cover franked 8d large blue circular cachet, ANA.

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(Tasmania) Hobart to England, bs 17/12, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England,  registered (label) cover franked 1931 Kingsford Smith 6d 'Air Mail Service' x2 and 5d, special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London.

Tasmania, 1931, Nov 19
Hobart to England, bs 17/12, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, registered (label) cover franked 1931 Kingsford Smith 6d 'Air Mail Service' x2 and 5d, special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London.

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(Tasmania) Launceston to London, no arrival ds, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, red/blue/cream  'Southern Cross' souvenir cover franked 1931 Air 'OS' opt x2 (SG 139a Cat £55 each used) + 2d, canc 'Launceston/ 18 Nov 31' cds, fine strike special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London.

Tasmania, 1931, Nov 19
Launceston to London, no arrival ds, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, red/blue/cream 'Southern Cross' souvenir cover franked 1931 Air 'OS' opt x2 (SG 139a Cat £55 each used) + 2d, canc 'Launceston/ 18 Nov 31' cds, fine strike special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London.

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(Tasmania) Launceston to London, no arrival ds, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, red/blue/cream  'Southern Cross' souvenir cover franked 1931 Air 'OS' opt x2 (SG 139a Cat £55 each used) + 2d, canc 'Launceston/ 18 Nov 31' cds, fine strike special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London.

Tasmania, 1931, Nov 19
Launceston to London, no arrival ds, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, red/blue/cream 'Southern Cross' souvenir cover franked 1931 Air 'OS' opt x2 (SG 139a Cat £55 each used) + 2d, canc 'Launceston/ 18 Nov 31' cds, fine strike special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London.

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(Tasmania) Hobart to England, bs 16/12, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, registered (label) red/blue/cream  'Southern Cross' souvenir cover franked 1931 Air 'OS' opt x3 (SG 139a Cat £55 each used), canc 'Registered/19 Nov 31/Hobart' cds, special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London. Attractive item in fine condition, from uncommon destination and with exceptional franking.

Tasmania, 1931, Nov 19
Hobart to England, bs 16/12, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, registered (label) red/blue/cream 'Southern Cross' souvenir cover franked 1931 Air 'OS' opt x3 (SG 139a Cat £55 each used), canc 'Registered/19 Nov 31/Hobart' cds, special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London. Attractive item in fine condition, from uncommon destination and with exceptional franking.

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(Tasmania) Hobart to Sutton Coldfield, bs 17/12, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England,  registered (label) red/blue/cream cover franked 1931 Kingsford Smith 2d x2 and 6d 'Air Mail Service' x2 and 1d, special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London. Attractive item in fine condition, and unusual origin.	 Francis Field authentication hs verso.

Tasmania, 1931, Nov 19
Hobart to Sutton Coldfield, bs 17/12, one of a small minority of mail carried the full length of the first All Australian Airmail from Tasmania to England, registered (label) red/blue/cream cover franked 1931 Kingsford Smith 2d x2 and 6d 'Air Mail Service' x2 and 1d, special framed violet "winged" flight cachet. Plane crashed at Alor Star, then carried by Kingsford Smith to London. Attractive item in fine condition, and unusual origin. Francis Field authentication hs verso.

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(Tasmania) Hart Aircraft Services Pty Ltd, F/F Whitemark to Melbourne, plain cover addressed to Vacuum Oil Co, franked 5d, canc Whitemark cdfs, violet diamond  'First Flight/Melbuorne Flinders Is' (Melbourne misspelt,  attractive airmail etiquette, signed by both pilots AJ Turner and AA Barlow.

Tasmania, 1933, Aug 22
Hart Aircraft Services Pty Ltd, F/F Whitemark to Melbourne, plain cover addressed to Vacuum Oil Co, franked 5d, canc Whitemark cdfs, violet diamond 'First Flight/Melbuorne Flinders Is' (Melbourne misspelt, attractive airmail etiquette, signed by both pilots AJ Turner and AA Barlow.

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(Tasmania) Holymans Airways Ltd, F/F Hobart to Townsville, bs 10/10, via Sydney, 7/10, attractive blue/grey imprint airmail etiquette cover addressed to EA Crome, franked  2dx2 and NSW 1d, typed "First Flight/Hobart-Townsville/per Holymans Airways Ltd/and/New England Airways Ltd", signed by pilots Taylor and Scott.

Tasmania, 1935, Oct 7
Holymans Airways Ltd, F/F Hobart to Townsville, bs 10/10, via Sydney, 7/10, attractive blue/grey imprint airmail etiquette cover addressed to EA Crome, franked 2dx2 and NSW 1d, typed "First Flight/Hobart-Townsville/per Holymans Airways Ltd/and/New England Airways Ltd", signed by pilots Taylor and Scott.

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