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[19295]  ANZAC FORCES ENROUTE FRANCE from EGYPT….  1916 (Apr 9)
[19295]  ANZAC FORCES ENROUTE FRANCE from EGYPT….  1916 (Apr 9)
[19295] ANZAC FORCES ENROUTE FRANCE from EGYPT…. 1916 (Apr 9) Great Britain 2d Military Registered envelope registered to Alexandria cancelled Aust NZ Army Corps /Headquarters /Field P.O. cds & with scarce black on magenta Auustralia Imperial Force /R. No 00033 Registration label (Emery RL. 1/B) tied same cds as cancellation & with red triangular Passed /By /Censor /3478 hand stamp ............................................................ Aust. NZ Army Corps embarked HMT Transylvania at Alexandria on 5 Apr 16 for Marseilles landing on the 11 Apr 16 thus this item was cancelled on board & must surely be rare...
US$350
[16976]  EGYPT-AUSTRALIA...WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in EGYPT..  1916(Feb 5)
[16976]  EGYPT-AUSTRALIA...WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in EGYPT..  1916(Feb 5)
[16976] EGYPT-AUSTRALIA...WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in EGYPT.. 1916(Feb 5) Coloured stampless picture postcard entitled " Femme Arabe" to Merino Victoria cancelled A.I.F. Inter Base P.O./Cairo [8 Feb] d/s & with unframed 40 x 3mm Passed Censor h/s in red & with on picture side Melbourne/Vic [9 Mar] arrival d/s.....................Unusual Censor handstamp
US$170
[16687]  PALESTINE-EGYPT..WW1 E.E.F. CENSORED to AUSTRALIAN HOSPITAL..  1918(Oct 17)
[16687]  PALESTINE-EGYPT..WW1 E.E.F. CENSORED to AUSTRALIAN HOSPITAL..  1918(Oct 17)
[16687] PALESTINE-EGYPT..WW1 E.E.F. CENSORED to AUSTRALIAN HOSPITAL.. 1918(Oct 17) Plain env to Major C.F. Simpson, A.A.M.C, No 14 A.G.Hospital, Egypt bearing E.E.F pair 2m + single 1m tied APO SZ 44 d/s & w/boxed scalloped corners Palestine /Censorshop/No 3 h/s in black & black on white Examined/By/Censor label...............Neat small item into Australian Hospital
US$130
[16290]  EGYPT-GB…WW1 NEW ZEALAND FORCES from HOSPITAL..   1916(Jan 4)
[16290]  EGYPT-GB…WW1 NEW ZEALAND FORCES from HOSPITAL..   1916(Jan 4)
[16290] EGYPT-GB…WW1 NEW ZEALAND FORCES from HOSPITAL.. 1916(Jan 4) stampless printed Field Service Card [previously stuck down all 4 corners onto page & removed badly affecting imprint ???20)-Wt. W3497/293-1000m.-8/15. S & S., L] to Almondsbury cancelled Helipolis d/s & w/cogwheel Aotea Convalescent Home/Heliopolis Cairo/Free h/s [Firebrace NZH 11 page 337] in light black w/manu H.H.C. Capt.initials inserted in red ink
US$450
[16287]  EGYPT-NZ…WW1 NEW ZEALAND FORCES from HOSPITAL..   1916(Feb 26)
[16287]  EGYPT-NZ…WW1 NEW ZEALAND FORCES from HOSPITAL..   1916(Feb 26)
[16287] EGYPT-NZ…WW1 NEW ZEALAND FORCES from HOSPITAL.. 1916(Feb 26) stampless ppc [Cairo-The interior of the mosque of Amrou] cancelled New Zealand/No 1 Stationary APO d/s to Wellington & w/unframed Passed By Censor/Capt NZMC h/s [Firebrace NZ 90 page 293] in blue & w/circular NZ General Hospital/Free/Pont de Koubbeh Cairo h/s [Firebrace NZH 35 page 337] in same blue ink
US$270
[16285]  EGYPT-GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES..   1916(Apr 5)
[16285]  EGYPT-GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES..   1916(Apr 5)
[16285]  EGYPT-GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES..   1916(Apr 5)
[16285] EGYPT-GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES.. 1916(Apr 5) Stampless A.I.F. On Active Service/To our men at The front from/Australian Comforts Fund/A.I.F. Gifts Store, The Savoy Cairo printed letter sheet [Firebrace ACF 1] to Brighton datelined from soldier giving new address of 2nd Anzac Signal Coy, Egyptian Expeditionary Force cancelled Army Post Office SZ 4 d/s located Ismailia & w/triangular Passed/By/Censor/Crown/No 3208 h/s in red
US$300
[16581]  EGYPT - AUSTRALIA…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES..  191 6(Jan 16)
[16581]  EGYPT - AUSTRALIA…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES..  191 6(Jan 16)
[16581] EGYPT - AUSTRALIA…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES.. 191 6(Jan 16) coloured stampless picture postcard entitled "Natives Praying" addressed to Sydney endorsed On Active Service, No Stamps Available & headed "Somewhere" with interesting message "We are Returning today to our Base all well & happy" cancelled A.I.F. Inter Base P.O./Cairo (19 Jan) cds & with violet double rimmed circular Passed By Censor /Indian Expeditionary Force/130/E hand stamp
US$130
[16505]  GB - AUSTRALIA….AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GB…  1918 (Jul 30)
[16505]  GB - AUSTRALIA….AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GB…  1918 (Jul 30)
[16505] GB - AUSTRALIA….AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GB… 1918 (Jul 30) OHMS printed envelope to Officer i/c A.I.F. Canteens, Salisbury Area bearing 1˝d tied A.I.F. Camp P.O./11 cds located Warminster Central FPO, Tea Rooms, East Street, Warminster ...............Unusual & Scarce
US$100
[15554]  GB [HOSPITAL/AUSTRALIAN No 2 DEPOT/HAMMOCK TAG]  1917(Aug 20)
[15554]  GB [HOSPITAL/AUSTRALIAN No 2 DEPOT/HAMMOCK TAG]  1917(Aug 20)
[15554] GB [HOSPITAL/AUSTRALIAN No 2 DEPOT/HAMMOCK TAG] 1917(Aug 20) A.I.F. Hospital Hammock to be attached to button tunic printed tag w/oval Australian No 2 depot/20 Aug 1917/Westham Weymouth h/s in blue w/Signature below of Capt. Rudman? A.A.M.C. regarding 1991 L/Cpl Smith S.C. J. 48 Btn sufering from fractured Scapula [Unusual item from Australian hospital & not listed by Emery in A.I.F Postal History 1914-18 or his Supplement]
US$300
[18580]  EGYPT - GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES ...   1916 (May 26)
[18580]  EGYPT - GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES ...   1916 (May 26)
[18580] EGYPT - GB…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES ... 1916 (May 26) Sepia coloured picture post card showing Camel caravan at rest to Malden, Surrey cancelled Field Post Office /A.N. 13 (31 May) cds & with black triangular Passed /By /Censor / No 3278 hand stamp ..........FPO A.N. 13 was allocated to 13 Aust. Brigade 5th Aust. Division & the card is written whilst the FPO was at Serapeum but cancelled the 1st day of use at Alexandria according to Proud...Scarce use
US$150
[16982]  NEW ZEALAND…..WW1 FISCAL 2/- used on CLOTH PARCEL WRAPPING to NZ SOLDIER…..  1917 (Apr)
[16982] NEW ZEALAND…..WW1 FISCAL 2/- used on CLOTH PARCEL WRAPPING to NZ SOLDIER….. 1917 (Apr) Large cloth wrapping from Parcel Packet folded down to 200 x 140mm showing most of address panel & senders details from Commonwealth Hotel, Pahiatua to 313 Cpl J. P. Minchan, 1st Wellington Coy, Auckland Wellington Regt, 3rd Reserve Battalion N.Z. E. Force c/o GPO Wellington bearing Fiscal 2/- tied NZ Pahiatua cds ...................An extraordinary item
US$750
[14018]  PALESTINE-AUSTRALIA…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GAZA…  1917 (Mar 22)
[14018]  PALESTINE-AUSTRALIA…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GAZA…  1917 (Mar 22)
[14018] PALESTINE-AUSTRALIA…WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GAZA… 1917 (Mar 22) Plain stampless envelope to Wallawo, South Aust cancelled 3rd Light Horse /A.I.F. /Field Post Office cds located Bir Abu Ashunnan in Gaza area & with violet triangular Passed By Censor/3228 hand stamp
US$130
[14652]  FRANCE / BELGIUM - AUSTRALIA....WW1 A.I.F. FORCES WESTERN FRONT & with DEATH DETAILS...  1917 (Jun - Oct)
[14652]  FRANCE / BELGIUM - AUSTRALIA....WW1 A.I.F. FORCES WESTERN FRONT & with DEATH DETAILS...  1917 (Jun - Oct)
[14652]  FRANCE / BELGIUM - AUSTRALIA....WW1 A.I.F. FORCES WESTERN FRONT & with DEATH DETAILS...  1917 (Jun - Oct)
[14652]  FRANCE / BELGIUM - AUSTRALIA....WW1 A.I.F. FORCES WESTERN FRONT & with DEATH DETAILS...  1917 (Jun - Oct)
[14652]  FRANCE / BELGIUM - AUSTRALIA....WW1 A.I.F. FORCES WESTERN FRONT & with DEATH DETAILS...  1917 (Jun - Oct)
[14652] FRANCE / BELGIUM - AUSTRALIA....WW1 A.I.F. FORCES WESTERN FRONT & with DEATH DETAILS... 1917 (Jun - Oct) Group 3 Green "Honour" envelopes together with graphic letters detailing going into trenches, holding ground, Germans surrendering etc etc to Bowden SA from 4724 Pte Hammer, 27th Battalion cancelled Field Post Office C7 cds together with A.I.F. Base Records Office, Melbourne letter dated 6 July 1923 (Imprint D.2108/3.23-C.2964-5m) informing brother that he is buried in Lijssenthoek Military Cemetary, Belgium.......................3 envelopes + 1 document despite fragile nature of document a stark reminder of the horrors of the battles on the Western Front..................THE LETTERS ARE LONG BUT SCANS CAN BE PROVIDED IF YOU ARE INTERESTED
US$300
[17359]  GB-AUSTRALIA..WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GB..  1918 (Aug 6)
[17359]  GB-AUSTRALIA..WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GB..  1918 (Aug 6)
[17359] GB-AUSTRALIA..WW1 AUSTRALIAN FORCES in GB.. 1918 (Aug 6) Australian YMCA printed stampless envelope to Sandringham, Victoria cancelled A.I.F. Camp P.O. /3 located Fovant......Scarce Proud not seen this date.
US$100
[12510]  GB-FIJI-AUSTRALIA [UNCLAIMED-DEAD LETTER]  1917(Mar 26)
[12510]  GB-FIJI-AUSTRALIA [UNCLAIMED-DEAD LETTER]  1917(Mar 26)
[12510] GB-FIJI-AUSTRALIA [UNCLAIMED-DEAD LETTER] 1917(Mar 26) Plain envelope bearing GV 1d to Suva & forwarded with plethora manuscript annotations & handstamps including manuscript "Not Technical/No 1 Inf. Depot 16/6/17", "Not Ist Depot", "1 AIF Machine Gun Section Liverpool Camp", "Not MGS" plus unframed Unclaimed h/s in black & on reverse Suva [22 Jun] d/s Liverpool Military Camp/NSW [27 Jul] d/s, boxed Technical Battalion/Jul 31 1917/No/Headquarters, Liverpool h/s in blue, boxed 1st Inf. Depot Bn/Jul 31 1917/No/ Liverpool h/s in violet & Dead letter Office/Sydney [10 Aug] d/s................An unusual, intriguing & interesting WW1 item
US$400
[11980]  N.E.I.-NZ [AUSTRLAIN WAR GRAVES]  1947(Aug 1)
[11980]  N.E.I.-NZ [AUSTRLAIN WAR GRAVES]  1947(Aug 1)
[11980] N.E.I.-NZ [AUSTRLAIN WAR GRAVES] 1947(Aug 1) Plain stampless env to Auckland endorsedAir mail On Active Service from VX501554 Cpl Lennon, 16 Aust. War Graves Unit, Ambon NEI cancelled Air Force PO/Mototai d/s [Not listed by Proud in History of the Australian Military Postal Services 1914-1950]
US$150
[16668]  GREECE-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1941(Feb 12)
[16668]  GREECE-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1941(Feb 12)
[16668] GREECE-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT] 1941(Feb 12)Printed longer airmail env (light creases & stains) to Killara N.S.W. bearing GB pair 2d + single 6d tied FPO 193 d/s [Recorded used 18.11.40 - 20.04.41 & Lost in the campaign] & w/boxed Passed By/RAF/Censor No 161 h/s in red [type R2 & only used in Greece Jan-3 Mar 1941] together w/part red on white A.F.W.3312/Examined/Base Censor label [back half gone] tied smudged oval Deputy Chief Field/Censor h/s in violet w/Crown in centre ...[The writer Guy Harriott was a War Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald reporting from the Middle East & Greece area & later the far East, he survived a ship wreck after hitting a mine & sinking in 8 minutes whilst travelling from Tobruck to Alexandria. For deeds in Albania he was mentioned in dispatches, was awarded the Greek Cross of Distinguished Service, he later became the Editor of the paper & was made an OBE. He died aged 66 after a distinguished career]
US$250
[16667]  EGYPT-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1940(Nov 11)
[16667]  EGYPT-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT]  1940(Nov 11)
[16667] EGYPT-AUSTRALIA [AUSTRALIAN FORCES-WAR CORRESSPONDENT] 1940(Nov 11)Printed longer airmail env to Killara N.S.W. bearing block x 6 plus single 10m tied 1st Bge. HQ P.O./M.1 d/s located El Amirya 7 w/square boxed Passed/By/Unit/Censor/224 h/s in red...[The writer Guy Harriott was a War Correspondent for the Sydney Morning Herald reporting from the Middle East & Greece area & later the far East, he survived a ship wreck after hitting a mine & sinking in 8 minutes whilst travelling from Tobruck to Alexandria. For deeds in Albania he was mentioned in dispatches, was awarded the Greek Cross of Distinguished Service, he later became the Editor of the paper & was made an OBE. He died aged 66 after a distinguished career]
US$80
[14379]  GB-AUSTRALIA [WOUNDED SOLDIER/BANGOUR HOSPITAL]  1916(Nov 14)
[14379]  GB-AUSTRALIA [WOUNDED SOLDIER/BANGOUR HOSPITAL]  1916(Nov 14)
[14379] GB-AUSTRALIA [WOUNDED SOLDIER/BANGOUR HOSPITAL] 1916(Nov 14)Plain stampless env [Vertical crease] to NSW endorsed On Active Service from 1871 4th Batt A.I.F. cancelled Edinburgh/21 d/s & w/circ THE EDINBURGH WAR HOSPITAL BANGOUR/POSTED BY A WOUNDED SOLDIER h/s in violet....... [4th Battalion from NSW served with 1st Brigade in the Gallipoli campaign, he was probably wounded there]
US$350
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