Saturday, January 23, 2016

96 - Maryborough on NSW stamps

Maryborough post office, 220 km north of Brisbane opened on 18 January 1849
  • Barred numeral N1b (two bars at each side) (7 mm) on NSW stamps is rated Common
  • Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) (20 Rays) on NSW stamps is rated Common
For Maryborough numeral 96 examples on Queensland stamps, see here


Maryborough Barred numeral N1b (7 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen on Ebay


Maryborough Barred numeral N1b (7 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen on Ebay


Maryborough Barred numeral N1b (7 mm) on NSW 1850 Sydney View 1d brownish-red Plate 1 stamp rated Common. Seen at Status Stamps auction no 308 lot no 1314


Maryborough Barred numeral N1b (7 mm) on NSW stamps (1851 2d Sydney View Plate V Hard Greyish Wove Paper)
rated Common. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 71



Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen at Premier Postal auctions no 86 lot no 1581



Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen at Prestige Philately auctions no 179 lot no 1274


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen at Prestige Philately auctions no 179 lot no 1274


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen at the Spink Auction of Allan Griffith's Queensland Collection in October 2012 lot no 1028


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Seen  at Premier Postal auction auction no 41 lot no 424


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Dated May 1858. Seen at Premier Postal auction no 70


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Dated 1859. Seen at Premier Philatelic Auctions no 88 lot no 668


Maryborough Ray Type N2a (5.5 mm) on NSW stamps rated Common. Dated 26 July 1859. Seen at Millennium Stamp Auctions no 52 lot no 251

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