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"BOTANIC PARK, ADELAIDE" with a man standing by the small waterfall, monochromatic green postcard printed in England for Rigby Ltd., circa 1912, much writing on back, minor wear at one corner. $4.00 sw
"King William Road, Anglican Cathedral and government House Entrance, Adelaide" monochromatic green post card with red-brown caption, mailed circa 1905 but stamp removed. lightly toned back, a little cancel ink on front, corner crease, corner & edge wear. $4.75 sa
"NORTH TERRACE, ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA" unused sepia-tone real photo postcard with glossy finish & low contrast, back states 'Issued by the Government of the Commonwealth of / Australia to the Officers and Men of the American Fleet / July - August 1925', tiny album adherence near one back corner, good edges. $6.00 sh Historical note: After World War I, a treaty among the 3 major naval powers left the United States without bases in the Western Pacific region--unlike the other powers. Great Britain & Japan. Concern about the relative proximity of Japanese bases on their home islands (roughly 1/5 the distance of Pearl Harbor) caused the US to project its power & maintain a presence in the region by using the only option it had available--cruises in force during the 1920's. Australia, understandably among the nervous about the nearby Japanese, thus welcomed the US naval visits, as this postcard attests.
O'CONNOR AIRLINES. Continental black-and-white Ilford real photo post card showing its Cessna 441 (VH-OAA) near a hangar, good composition & focus, contrast just a bit low. This airline is based at Mount Gambier South Australia, and the photo must be 1982 or earlier. Rare. $5.00 as
SKYLINK. Continental black&white photograph showing its Piper PA-31 on the ground, good contrast & focus. This airline was regional in character, serving South Australia. Rare. $5.00 as
"THE ROSE SERIES P.9259 SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL AND GOVERNMENT HOUSE, ADELAIDE, S.A." viewed looking down, real photo postcard from Rose Stereograph Co., glossy finish mailed 1937 but stamp removed, good focus & contrast, slight oxidation consistent with age, mild corner wear & rounding. $3.25 s
"The V. S. M. Series" picturing the 16 different Victorian definitive stamps of South Australia & its heraldic crest, unused intricately embossed postcard, trivial wear at 2 corners, very light toning & the lightly pencilled word 'Australia' (will probably come off with a soft eraser) in the front message area, fairly fresh. $13.00 psh-s
"VK5CO" Port Pirie QSL card used 1957, with simple map showing senders location, tiny yellow spot on back. $2.00 s
"VK 5JT" North Glenelg QSL card used 1956, with map of Australia naming the major products of each state & the call sign prefixes assigned, ED. $3.00 sm
"VK5MO" West Mitcham QSL card used 1948, simple but attractive design, good edges. $2.50 s
"VK5NP" Lower Mitcham QSL card with kangaroo & hobby-related art, used 1948, corner crease, 2 small corner creases, edge wear. $2.00 s
"VK5ZB" Colonel Light Gardens QSL card used 1969, good edges. $1.75 s
"WHITE DEVIL -- W.D. 87 / Legal Govt. Call Sign -- SAZ-862" Salisbury CB QSL card picturing the sender, several membership insignia on the back (including one risqué). $3.00 &
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