Thursday, January 7, 2016

87 - Ipswich on NSW stamps

Ipswich post office, 30 km south west of Brisbane, opened on 2 January 1846
  • Barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) on NSW stamps is rated Common
  • Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) (22 rays) on NSW stamps is rated Common
For Ipswich numeral 87 examples on Queensland stamps, see here


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common. Seen at Phoenix Auctions no 19 lot no 654


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common. Seen at Premier Postal auctions no 71 lot no 1579



Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 49


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common. Seen at Status Stamps auction no 229 lot no 1513


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen at Prestige Stamp Auctions no 93 lot no 472


Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common. Dated 12 June 1852. Seen at Seen inPrestige Philately auction no 98 lot no 777



Ipswich Barred numeral N1b on a NSW stamp rated Common. Dated 1856. Seen at Seen in Prestige Philately auction no 98 lot no 780


Ipswich Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on a NSW stamp rated Common



Ipswich Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on a NSW stamp rated Common


Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) (22 rays) on NSW stamps is rated Common. Seen at Prestige Philately auction no 141 lot no 517



Ipswich Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on a NSW stamp rated Common. Dated 12 July 1859. Seen on Ebay


Ipswich Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on a NSW stamp rated Common. Dated 19 February 1858. Seen at Cavendish auctions


Ipswich Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on a NSW stamp rated Common. Dated 14 December 1867. Seen at Cavendish auctions 

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