Thursday, January 7, 2016

86 - Gayndah on NSW stamps

Gayndah post office, 110 km west of Maryborough, opened on 1 January 1850
  • Barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps is rated 3R
  • Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) (24 rays) on NSW stamps is rated 3R
For Gayndah numeral 86 examples on Queensland stamps, see here


Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen at Prestige Philately auction no 130 lot no 322



Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R on an 1851 Laureate, Plate I, 2d. Chalky Blue

Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 113


Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 103 lot no 1344



Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R


Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R, Seen at Prestige Philately auction no 93 lot no 472


Gayndah barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Dated 1853. Seen at Premier Philatelic Auctions no 88 lot no 660


Gayndah Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Dated 17 April 1859. Seen at the Spink Auction of Allan Griffith's Queensland Collection in October 2012 lot no 1024


Gayndah Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen at the Spink Auction of Allan Griffith's Queensland Collection in October 2012 lot no 1023


Gayndah Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 86 lot no 1579


Gayndah Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen in a private collection



Gayndah Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated 3R. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 132 lot no 950

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