(New South Wales) 1900 1d. picture stationery card in brown lilac ‘With New Year Greetings ’ bearing group of three images of Three Sisters, Post Office Tower and Hawkesbury Bridge, good used from Dubbo to East Melbourne; a scarce card
(Picture Stationery) 1890s 1c. ‘Jefferson’ card with colour image Central Park, New Yok with Hotel Majestic and Bridge, used to Ingolstadt, Germany from New York, without uprating stamp and ‘Centimes/ 5 N.Y. T’ double circle postage due, blue manuscript “10” local charge. small surface scuff on stamp image.
(Picture Stationery) 1890s1913 5pf Germania card inscribed ‘Austellung Zur Jahrhundert Feier der Freiheitskriege Breslau 1813’ with image General Blucher at Caub, including a dog in foreground, used with special cancel. PP27 C.165-08
(Picture Stationery) 1898 1c. stationery entitled ‘Souvenir of Greater New York’ depicting Elevated Railroad Curver 110th St. used to Germany with uprating stamp removed but still showing New York Williams Bridge duplex.
(Tasmania) 1898 2½d. red violet postal stationery envelope with black printed image entitled ‘The South Esk River at Launceston’; a Post Office issued envelope cto with Hobart DE 8 98 cds, fine condition. Only 312 being produced and these arrived in Tasmania on Dec 4th 1897, so this date of DE 8 must be one of the earliest known dates.
1867 (Apr 17) orange-brown envelope to Killaloe, Co. Clare, Ireland bearing single franking 1861-62 24c. Washington brown-lilac tied by target cancel with Suspension Bridge N.Y. cds at right, red New York transit, part Liverpool cds, arrival backstamp. A couple of small ter in envelope and missing backflap.
1880s 25r, formula envelope with advertising on front in grey-blue and red on reverse including Goldsmith, Cigars, Metal construction with Steam Engines and Bridges, Tea & Coffee, Olive Oil, Chocolate, Porto Crystal Palace with all sorts of goods including Photography. Reverse with Lottery, Dynamite, Music Store, Nestle Milk Powder, Printers, Railway and Tramway materials. Fine, rare early advertising.