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1283 1934 Brisbane-Capetown via Egypt (some edge/perf tones), franked Airmail 6d brown, Hermes 1/6 & Airmail 3d (3), tied by "Air Mail Brisbane 7 DE 34" cds b/s Cairo & Cape Town. Signed by 4 of the pilots from various legs. AAMC 470n. Rare with signatures. (P) $450 $650

1284 1934 Australia-England registered intermediate franked Macarthur 2d, Airmail 6d & Hermes 1/6, tied by "GPO Melbourne 8 DE 34" cds. To Turkey via Greece, with b/s of Athens, plus various Melbourne return cds. AAMC 470p. Rare. (P) $80 $120

1285 1934 Australia-England registered intermediate franked 3d Airmail pr & Macarthur 9d, tied by "Market Street Melbourne 8 DE 34" cds. To Thailand with b/s of 2 diff Singapore, Penang & Bangkok, plus Melbourne return cds. AAMC 470j. Scarce. (P) $100 $150

1286 1934 (Dec 8) England-Australia first regular service, largely commercial range of frankings, highest an "AP/Cº" perfined 18/9d, three scarce 6d postcard rate, 2/6 Seahorses solo (4), etc. Odd fault, generally fine. Cat $75 each. This was an eventful flight, “Aurora” damaged its undercarriage at Calcutta, & “Diana” damaged its tailskid at Camooweal. An interesting subject for an exhibit. AAMC cat $2325+. (31). $300 $500

1287 1935 "Loina" crash cover -very battered & pieces missing, franked KGV 4d olive pr, tied by "Air Mail Sydney 30 SE 35" cds. To Tasmania, with Hobart arrival b/s. Crashed off Flinders Is. AAMC 535 cat $400+ & under-catalogued (P) $200 $400

1288 1936 (26 June) Chichester Australia-England extra long cover (centre fold clear of stamps) franked Airmail 3d green tied by "Sydney 26 JE 36" cds, plus stamps of each stopover tied by appropriate pmks for Neth Indies, Singapore, Thailand, Indochina (Laos cds), Hong Kong, China, India, Iran, Iraq, Egypt & GB arrival "London 14 OC 36" cds. AAMC 612 cat $1200+. Very rare & spectacular cover. (P) $700 $1000

1289 1936 "Scipio" crash cover from New Zealand -stamp floated away, with part Palmerston North? cds, to England. Typical sl wrecked condition, with "Damaged By Sea Water" 2-line cachet on reverse. Crashed near Crete en route to London. AAMC 623 cat from $175. (P) $120 $200

1290 1937 Adelaide-Darwin & return collection of intermediate covers with Adelaide to Farina, Oodnadatta, Alice Sprints & Tennant Creek. Then Alice Springs to Tennant Creek, Daly Waters & Darwin. Finally a comp return flight set inc every possible leg inc all intermediates (missing only Darwin to Farina), thus 5 from Darwin, 5 from Daly Waters, 4 from Tennant Creek, 3 from Alice Springs, 2 from Oodnadatta, & the last Farina to Adelaide. Most franked KGV 2d red & Airmail 3d green (6 with Cable 3d instead of 3d Air), all with appropriate cds & arrival b/s. Mostly F-VF, all signed by pilot. AAMC 707, 708, 708a cat $2675++, plus premium for all signed. Ex TE Field Collection & still on his pages & never before offered at auction. (27). (P) $1500 $2500

1291 1937 "Cygnus" crash cover franked NSW Sesqui 9d tied by "Air Mail Sydney 23 NO 37" cds. To England, with boxed cachet "Damage By Sea-Water". With British PO letter (added annotations) advising mails from the crash will be forwarded as soon as possible. AAMC 782a cat from $150, plus the stamp alone cat $150 on ordinary cover & probably unique usage. (P) $200 $300

1292 1937-40 Inward airmail covers from Thailand by Imperial Airways (5) inc 1 to NZ, various rates 45s, 60s (reg at Yala), 2B55s, 30s, 55s & 90s, last two from Bhuket. Most F-VF. (6). $200 $400

1293 1937-38 Inward airmail covers from Lithuania from Henry B Smith correspondence, Kaunas to Melbourne, flown Imperial Airways IE572 (registered), 654 (delayed at Athens due to head winds), 668 & SE37, various frankings, inc high denomination 5L, two types of Par avion label, another curiously with Par avion h/s scored-over although correctly paid for airmail, b/s inc Berlin-Zentralflughafen, Darwin, Sydney, Melbourne -reg has "Telegraph Office GPO Melb". Extremely rare group. Pre-war Lithuanian airmail to Australia was virtually unknown prior to release in the 1990s of a small number contained in the Smith correspondence. (4). $300 $500

1294 1938 (26 May) Airmail cover (sm opening tears) Perth to Port Moresby per inaugural airmail to Papua, h/s "TAX" & m/s "10d", & franked Undated Bird 3d, Air 5d & 2d tied by "Rabaul 23 JE 38" to pay for return to Perth. (P) $250 $400

1295 1938 (26 June) First "All the Way" by Empire Flying Boat England - Australia FFC franked France 1938 World Cup 1.75Fr pr, Ceres 1.75Fr blue & 1Fr magenta tied by "Marseille 25.6.38" cds to Sydney. AAMC 813a(var) cat $250+ (P) $100 $150

1296 1938 (3 July) Java-Australia registered franked 20c & 25c tied by "Bandoeng Lembangweg 1 7 38" cds, with flight cachet & Sydney arrival b/s. VF fresh. AAMC 815 cat $125. $50 $80

1297 1938 (Oct 1) Inward registered airmail use of cotton sample bag for Tea, via Imperial flight SE26 Batavia to Melbourne, franked 30c (4), 1G & 20c. On reverse reg label & "THEE" (tea) label strip of 3 tied by Batavia pmk. Boxed "By air to Australia & onward air transmission" h/s (two strikes), Sydney arrival. Rare & exquisite survivor. $130 $200

1298 1938 (Dec) Inward airmail covers (250x130mm) "Japan Menthol Manufacturing Co" Osaka to Sydney endorsed "Via Singapore" for Imperial Airways service, one also with "VIA SINGAPORE" h/s applied at Osaka, 1Y32s & 1Y94s rates. Sm blemishes, pre-war airmail from Japan very scarce. (2). $150 $250

1299 1939 (6 Jan) "Koranga" crash cover from GB, stamp floated away, with part GB pmk dated "6 JAN 39", to Adelaide, w/o the crash label on reverse. Crashed at Katherine NT. AAMC 843 cat $400 (P) $200 $300

1300 1939 "Centurion" crash cover -stamps floated away & rather battered, with 2-line Salvaged Mail Ex Centurion magenta cachet twice. Flying boat crashed in river at Calcutta en route to England. AAMC 868. (P) $100 $150

1301 1939 (8 June) "Centurion crash -stamps floated away & rather "wrecked", illustrated Olympic Tyres cover, with 2-line "Salvaged Mail Ex Centurion" cachet in purple. Flying boat crashed in river at Calcutta en route to London. AAMC 868. (P) $100 $150

1302 1940 (22 Jan) Neth Indies - Australia KNILM Bali crash large cover (265x175mm, centre fold etc), endorsed "By Qantas", franked 1G & 60c -others floated away. Good strike of "Recovered From Lost Flying Boat" cachet. AAMC 888 (P) $150 $250

1303 1940 (22 Jan) Bali crash cover franked Ned Indie 25c, tied by Batavia cds. To Sydney, with 2-line "Recovered From Lost Flying Boat" cachet (was actually not a Flying Boat). VF. AAMC 888 cat from $350 & undercatalogued. (P) $300 $450

1304 1940 (30 April) NZ-Australia-England intermediate franked Centennial 7d, tied by "Rotorua 16 AP 40" cds, with special flight cachet. To Sth Aust, with b/s of Sydney & Adelaide. AAMC 899 cat $100 $50 $70

1305 1940 (1 April) Australia-NZ 1st Flying Boat flight franked Ram 5d, tied by "Air Mail Brisbane 1 MY 40" cds, Wellington arrival b/s. VF. AAMC 900 cat $100. $50 $70

1306 1940 (Aug-Dec) Inward airmail from Thailand, same correspondence, from "Huey Mood", carried Imperial Airways via "Horseshoe" route, one registered with "Huey Moot" m/s reg details beneath square "R" h/s, pmks inc "Southern Express", "Maadyai", "Tungsong", "Huey Mood" (in black & in violet) etc. F-VF. (5). $250 $400

1307 1941 (21 Jan) Timor-Australia franked Airs 1a, 20apr & 50a, plus 10a/20a/60pa Charity, tied by "Dili 21 1 41" pmks. To Adelaide. VF. AAMC 913 cat $500. Rarity as only 21 flown. (P) $375 $500

1308 1941 (Apr 2) Airmail cover Sydney to USA franked Robes 10/- thick paper, 4d Koala & 1/6 Hermes, "California Clipper" h/s, Sydney censor tape & h/s. Central crease clear of stamps, attractive & scarce franking. (11/10 is 4/- 1st oz + 3/11 ea additional ½oz x2) (P) $130 $200

1309 1941 (May 14) Inward airmail express cover London to Sydney, spectacular total franking of £2.10/-, inc 10/- dark blue (4). Censored in UK & Sydney. A little battered due to thick contents of 46 photos. £2.10/- for 4/6d per ½oz (x11) Clipper rate via Atlantic & Pacific, plus 6d for Express delivery. (P) $180 $300

1310 1941 (Oct 31) Inward registered airmail cover from Yala Thailand, per Imperial Airways "horseshoe" route flight NE134, addressed "23rd Independent Brigade Group Ordnance Workshops Larrakeyah Barracks Darwin". Bangkok & Darwin transits, "Base PO 7MD 01712 NO 41" arrival (Larrakeyah). $130 $200

1311 1941 Inward censored airmail covers from Thailand, via Imperial Airways "horseshoe" route (ex flights NE63-138), 3 registered, another h/s on reverse for Krasom Tin Dredging Ltd, Takuatoong, Pangnga. Some opening flts consistent with censored mail, generally good. Outstanding lot for specialist. (9). (P) $900 $1500

1312 1945 Airmail cover franked Kooka 6d & Lyre 1/-, tied by "Rose Bay 16 NO 45" cds, to Switzerland with small boxed "OAT" in red & "Unterengstringen 27 XI 45" arrival b/s. VF. $50 $100

1313 1945 (26 Nov) Qantas Airmail test letter to London franked KGVI 2½d, 3½d (flt) & 1/-, tied by "GPO Sydney 26 NO 45" cds, enclosed note, & b/s "British Airways Post Section Received NOV 30 1945" cachet. $60 $100

1314 1946 (6 Dec) Qantas Airmail test letter to London, franked KGVI 3½d (2, flts) & Lyrebird 1/-, tied by "Sydney 6 DEC 1945" machine pmk, with enclosed note, & b/s "British Airways Post Section Received DEC 13 1945" cachet. $60 $100

1315 1946 (6 April) England-Australia "Kangaroo Route" Opening Flight, GB KGVI 6d Air letter with commemorative "typed opt". To Sydney, signed by pilots Mills, Mant & Jackson, with Sydney arrival b/s. AAMC 1039b cat $150. $70 $100

1316 1946 (7 Apr) First Civilian Air Service Sydney-Singapore. 7d Air letter with printed purple cachet & signed by pilots Furze & Moxham. "General Post Office/Singapore" arrival b/s. AAMC 1036a cat $200. Scarce opt aerogram (P) $100 $150

1317 1946 Commemorative 7d Airletter with "Trans Pacific Service Australia-Canada" opt, plus "First Official Airmail Flight/Australia-Canada" boxed cachet in violet at left, cancelled "Sydney/15 Sept 46" & with "Vancouver-AMF 18 SP 46" arrival b/s. Scarce, only 100 flown. AAMC 1066a cat $400. (P) $200 $300

1318 1954 "Belfast" crash cover -typical edge soot/staining, franked Royal Visit 2/3 tied by "Melbourne 11 MCH 1954" machine pmk. To England, with boxed red "Salvaged Mail Aircraft Crash Singapore 13 3 1954". AAMC 1337. (P) $60 $100

1319 1954 (13 Mar) "Belfast" crash cover, stamp lost along with 20mm+ of cover at right, "Fremantle 11 MCH 1954" pmk. To England, with "Salvaged Mail Aircraft Crash Singapore 13.3.1954" red cachet (dots in date, 51mm box). AAMC1337. (P) $50 $100

1320 1956 Airmail OHMS large cover 385x280mm (quarter folded & sl opening flts), franked 3d QEII, 1/- Lyrebird, 2/- Crocodile pr & £1 Arms, tied by "Air Mail Canberra 16 JY 56" cds. From Public Service Board to "The Official Representative / Cocos Islands". A rare survivor & probably the only known usage of £1 Arms to Cocos Is. Extremely rare. (P) $500 $1000

1321 1956 Airmail OHMS large cover 380x280mm (quarter folded, edge flts etc & original taping on reverse), franked Koala 4d pr & Lyrebird 1/- (3 blks of 4, some stains) tied by "Air Mail Canberra 27 JY 56" cds. From Dept of Territories to "The Official Representative Cocos Islands". Rare official mail to Cocos. $70 $120

1322 Airmail label booklets: 1948 ANA "AirMail Stickers" cover with 6 panes of 2 labels, 1950 TAA with 3 panes of 4 & wax interleaves, & 1958 Qantas red & gold cover with 6 panes of 2 & wax interleaves. VF superb fresh MUH. Frommer 80c, 87c & 102c cat $210. Rare (3) $60 $100

1323 Inward airmail covers from France 1931-40. Wide range of frankings inc a number of 16Fr25c & 16Fr rates. The earliest is a reg air cover pre-paying airmail from Perth to Adelaide, other reg & censored noted with a wide range of airmail labels inc 1940 with the label obliterated (not jusqu'a), presumably because air service no longer available. Most flown by Imperial Airways, 8 involved in delays due to engine or other mechanical problems, inc SE199 where “Corio” received tail damage at Tiberias (Palestine) 4 Dec 1939, necessitating transfer of mail to “Coogee” following day -plus 2 to NZ. Flight details lightly pencilled on reverse. Nearly all F-VF appearance. (63). $450 $700

1324 Inward airmail covers from GB inc 1932 (Jan 7) Kingsford Smith flight, mostly commercial, inc perfins, wide range of frankings & rates, 1 with 1½d wmk inverted x11, some printed "Christmas" covers, double rates with 2/6 Seahorses (5, inc reg). Odd flt, generally fine. Cat $125 each, total $4000+. Nucleus for a one-frame exhibit. (33). $375 $500

1325 Inward airmail covers from Great Britain 1934-40 interrupted or delayed Imperial Airways mails (flight allocation details lightly pencilled on reverse), spanning flights IE140-655 & SE4-246, inc incidents such as engine & other mechanical troubles, undercarriage damage (IE327), cracked oil tank (IE365), burst tyre on landing (IE437), crew problems (inc cholera injections episode which delayed SE237), adverse weather, the "near miss" IE552, where “Hengist” was destroyed by fire at Karachi after mail had been transferred to “Atlanta”, ”Caledonia” collision with buoy at Athens (IE655), 4 dates between 24-31 Jan 1940 which were among the backlog accumulated as Poole Harbour was ice bound, preventing flights between 20 Jan-2 Feb, o/w no duplication. Some scarcer & higher frankings, inc Seahorses 5/- (3), KGVI 2/6 brown single frankings etc. Flight allocations generally confirmed by b/s & departure dates. Mixed poor-VF condition. Irreplaceable lot, nucleus for an 8-frame exhibit. (105). $1500 $2500

1326 Inward airmail covers from Neth Indies 1940-41, most censored, via Imperial Airways or KNILM, some carried on former's "Horseshoe" route flights. Good variety of censor tapes & h/s, some dual censored. Inc Imperial SE218 delayed by Darwin cyclone, registered (6, one at Cheribon), higher frankings etc. Most F-VF. Nice lot. (40). $600 $1000

AUSTRALIA - FIRST DAY COVERS

1327 1930 Sturt 1½d & 3d tied to Registered cover by "Windsor 2 JE 30 VIC" cds with 3 transit/receiver b/s. Small edge tone. ACSC 140g cat $200. Scarce. (P) $80 $120

1328 1932 (1 June) Kookaburra 6d tied to reg cover by "Sydney 1 JE 32" cds. To Edgecliffe with arrival b/s. ACSC cat $275. (P) $130 $200

1329 1932 Lyrebird 1/- green tied to plain cover by "Lakemba 15 FE 32 NSW" cds. Rare! ACSC 145g cat $375. (P) $180 $250

1330 1932 Large Kookaburra 6d Brown tied to plain Registered cover by "Registered Perth 1 JUN 32 Western Australia" cds with 2 transit/receiver b/s. ACSC 150g cat $275. (P) $130 $200

1331 1934 Macarthur set 2d, 3d, 9d tied to Registered cover by "All Aust Exhibition Melb N3 1 NO 34" cds, to Grafton NSW, 5 transit- arrival b/s. ACSC 160g cat $550 plus premium for pmk. (P) $250 $350

1332 1937 KGVI 3d Blue "white wattles" tied to plain envelope by "Brisbane 2 AUG 1937" machine pmk. ACSC 190y cat $250. Much scarcer than cat value indicates. (P) $130 $200

1333 1938 Robes 5/-, 10/- thick paper tied to plain registered FDC by "Registered 1 AP 38 Melbourne" cds with crisp comp strike on reverse. ACSC 212y, 214y cat $1000. Some foxing, still quite attractive & very scarce. Could be restored with time & effort. (P) $100 $150

1334 1941 Surcharge set 2½d, 3½d, 5½d, plus KGVI 1d brown, 1½d green, 2d purple tied by "GPO Sydney 10 DE 41 cds on single registered cover (GPO Sydney A label). ACSC cat $300 for opt set, plus $500 ea for the others = $1800. Very clean & fresh. Spectacular & very rare, possibly unique as such! (P) $700 $1000

1335 1942 QM 1½d Green (FDI 01.12.42) plus QM 1d (2) & KGVI 1½d (2) all tied to illustrated (censored) FDC by "GPO Sydney 1 DE 42" cds. To Canada with censor tape & cachet at left. Minor censor tape stain o/w fresh & clean. ACSC 226y cat $800. Rare. (P) $300 $500

1336 1949 Arms 10/- tied to registered illustrated FDC by "GPO Sydney 3 OC 49" cds, odd minor tone. Arms 5/- tied to plain FDC by "GPO Sydney 11 APR 49" cds, envelope fresh clean. ACSC 268y, 269y cat $200. $60 $100

AUSTRALIA - POSTAL STATIONERY

1337 Aerogramme: 1964 Christmas 10d h/s SPECIMEN in violet. Superb fresh UN. ACSC A22w. Only small number made, believed to be for archival use. (P) $100 $150

1338 Aerogramme - Official: 1952 Stampless UN, with roneoed message inside for release of Coronation stamps, upper flap sealed then slit open, rare UN, unpriced by ACSC, also SPECIMEN h/s on reprint indigo/blue & 1959 Jet. ACSC AO1A, 1Bw, 3wa. (3). $100 $150

1339 Aerogramme - Official: 1952 stampless with "Postage Paid" stamp box & "On His Majesty's Service" opt in dark blue, h/s SPECIMEN. VF fresh UN. ACSC AO1w $30 $50

1340 Aerogramme - Official: 1959 OHMS Jet stamp imprint, h/s SPECIMEN. VF fresh UN. ACSC AO3wa. $40 $60

1341 Envelope: 1916 KGV Star 2d violet, CTO "Melbourne 23 3 JL 16 Victoria" cds. ACSC EP12 cat $300. The whole printing of 378 was CTO for UPU distribution. Does not exist UN. (P) $150 $200

1342 Envelope: 1923 KGV Star 1½d green with postage. Superb fresh UN. ACSC EP27 cat $200. $60 $90

1343 Envelope: 1953 QEII 3½d orange large die, opt SPECIMEN. Superb fresh UN, sm archive h/s "8 July 1957" on reverse. ACSC EP54w cat $150. Only about 400 made. Do not exist UN or U. $80 $120

1344 Envelope: 1957 QEII 4d plum small die opt SPECIMEN. VF fresh UN. ACSC EP57w cat $150. Only 395 printed. $80 $120

1345 Envelope: 1919 KGV star 1½d brown die 3 w/o "Postage", grey stock, knife 1 -this knife unlisted on the brown, only listed on black-brown, plus 2d orange star w/o "Postage". F-VF CTO, sl edge tones. For UPU distribution. ACSC EP20(1)w(var) & EP21w cat $300. (2). $90 $150

1346 Envelope: 1960 QEII 5d light blue, 52mm flap text, opt SPECIMEN. Superb fresh UN, small archive h/s "15 DEC 1960" on reverse. ACSC EP60w cat $150. Only 420 made $80 $120

1347 Envelope-Official: 1919 use of Kangaroo 1d red OS dots in die type 2, uprated KGV ½d green perf OS with "Eaglehawk 18 JL 19" cds. ACSC EO1B cat $250. $70 $100

1348 Envelope-Official: 1919 use of KGV 1d red OS dots in die type 1, uprated ½d perf OS with "Lancaster 13 AU 19" cds. ACSC EO4A cat $150. $50 $80

1349 Envelope - PTPO: ca1930 KGV 1d green oval Die window envelope with pictorial "Medallion Saline" red logo UL, as seen on similar Groves McVitty envelopes. Superb fresh UN, rare thus. ACSC ES64 $50 $100

1350 Lettercard: 1911 KGV full face 1d dark violet double reply with views Town Hall & Phantom Falls. Inner card superb, outer sl stains & part selvedge missing, both CTO "Melbourne NO 10 11". ACSC LC13x. Rare item for UPU "specimen" distribution. The VF inner card alone worth the reserve $100 $200

1351 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d purple-black, original die, "Botanic Gardens Portland" framed oval, constant variety large white flaw on view. VF fresh UN, edges stuck. ACSC LC14(15A) cat $100 $60 $90

1352 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d grey-black, original die, view "Botanic Gardens Portland" rectangle. VF UN, edges stuck. ACSC LC14(15E) cat $100 $60 $90

1353 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d greenish-black, original die, view "Lorne Victoria" rectangle. VF fresh UN, edges stuck. ACSC LC14(72E) cat $250. Scarce view. (P) $150 $250

1354 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d brown, original die, view "Lorne Victoria" rectangle. VF UN, edges stuck. ACSC LC14(72E) cat $250. Scarce view. $150 $250

1355 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d black-purple, Die II, view "Mt Lofty Ranges" unframed oval, no sky. VF fresh UN, edges stuck. ACSC LC15(84F) cat $120 $70 $100

1356 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d purple-black, Die II, view "Pineapples Queensland" (pile). VF fresh UN, edges stuck. ACSC LC16(103) cat $120 $70 $100

1357 Lettercard: 1913 Kangaroo 1d dark drown, Die II, view "The Two Brothers" framed oval. VF CTO, part Melbourne cds, edges stuck. ACSC LC16(135B)x cat $200 $100 $150

1358 Lettercard: 1920-22 KGV 2d orange on white stock, perf 12½ with view Hawkesbury River. FU, separated & now stuck together. ACSC LC46(62) cat $200. (P) $100 $150

1359 Lettercard: 1914-18 KGV 1d black die I perf 12½, pink inside with Military view "Officers & Crew…". VF UN. Plus similar with view "Circular Quay" with sky. UN, flts. ACSC LC18(34A) & LC25(M8B). (2). $80 $120

1360 Lettercard: 1917 KGV full face 1d violet reissued Reply inner perf card, view Viaduct Near Adelaide SA (train). Superb fresh UN. ACSC LC32(136A) cat $200 (P) $150 $250

1361 Lettercard: 1919 KGV 1½d brown-black, perf 10, mottled stock, view "Pineapples Queensland" (pickers). Superb fresh UN. ACSC LC41(102B) cat $200. Scarce so nice. $70 $100

1362 Lettercard: 1923 KGV 1½d green perf 12½, "Murrumbidgee Irrigation Scheme". UN, edges sl yellowed. ACSC LC51(88) cat $150 $90 $120

1363 Military Envelope: 1916-17 KGV 1d red on cream with Australian Imperial Force at base, 1st text setting with stamp in lower position than shown in ACSC (unrecorded thus). F-VF UN, flap stuck & reverse flts, but still nice appearance. ACSC ME1(var) cat $300, plus premium for unlisted stamp setting. (P) $120 $200

1364 Military Envelope: 1916-17 KGV 1d red on cream (varieties extra wattle at UR & break in frame below 2nd N of Penny), AIF text setting 2 with equal thickness lines at top. F-VF UN, flap partly stuck & sl flts, nice appearance. ACSC ME4A cat $300. (P) $120 $200


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