By Category: Newfoundland

Lot Number: 459
Date: 1938, May 12
Est. price: £75.00
Category: Newfoundland

Description: Superb pre WWII trans Pacific registered (hs) airmail cover franked FDI 1937 Royal Family Coronation set of 4, St John's Newfoundand to Australia bs Coraki NSW 15/6, via Halifax NS 17/5, Levis & Campbelltown RPO 18/5, New York/Regn Div/19/5, San Francisco 20/5 and GPO Sydney/NSW 14/6. Exceptional routing - without doubt one for the exhibit.
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Lot Number: 460
Date: 1939, Jun 28
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Newfoundland

Description: F/F Yankee Clipper, Botwood to New York, b/s, very attractive Crosby cover with small B&W photo of Yankee Clipper at mooring and map with silver embossed artwork of the Northern and Southern routes.
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Lot Number: 461
Date: 1939, Aug 10
Est. price: £125.00
Category: Newfoundland

Description: High value franking on scarcer Imperial Airways F/F Transatlantic Service, Botwood to England, bs 12/8, registered (hs) cover franked 1931 air set of 3 (Cat SG £164 used), typed "North Atlantic Air Service". Only a few exist as most were flown out by PAA Northern service to arrive in time.
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Lot Number: 462
Date: 1939, Aug 10
Est. price: £50.00
Category: Newfoundland

Description: Scarce Imperial Airways F/F Transatlantic Service, Botwood to England, ms 'Recd Southampton/11 Aug', official blue/grey IAW souvenir cover correctly franked 30c (5c plus 25c Special Delivery fee). Only 25 official IAW souvenir covers were carried on this flight - the majority were flown out by PAA Northern service to arrive in time.
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Lot Number: 463
Date: 1943, Jul 10
Est. price: £150.00
Category: Newfoundland

Description: Superb WWII dual censored cover, Newfoundland to Australia, airmail cover franked $1.26 canc St. John's cds and 'Newfoundland/10 Jul/1943/Air Mail' cds sealed Newfoundland DC/22 censor label (used from April 1942 to April 1945) and Australia red/white civilian OBC 3 state of VIctoria censor tape, also violet diamond Victoria censor hand stamp. At this time there was no service across the Pacific. The most likely route being down to Miami, then Pan Am south Atlantic service to West Africa, then across the Sahara to Khartoum to joint the Horseshoe service which, in 1943, went only as far as Calcutta, from where it was sent to Australia by sea.
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