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AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL AIRWAYS. Unused, regular size, showing its Douglas DC-4-1009 Skymaster flying over Melbourne Victoria, pertinent
information under the caption, paper lightly browning with age, obviously airline issued
(logo at bottom front center), trivial corner wear. On 26 June 1950 this plane crashed
shortly after taking off from Guildford Airport in Western Australia. Only one passenger
survived; the other 28 souls aboard perished. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as an enlarged (about 400% of original print area) & enhanced 144-dpi scan in
.jpg (632,960 bytes) or .tif format. $2.00 a(p)wdv
"BOGASARI DUA / JAKARTA" showing the Indonesian flag geared bulk carrier underway, stern view; 3.5"x5" color photo taken by a sailor; a little dark but the focus is good so details are there. This is the ship that collided with a Panamanian flag bulk carrier Midas off Geraldton Western Australia on 5 March 1996. $7.50 is(o)w(g)
"MURRAY VIEWS No. 1. MUNDARING WEIR, WESTERN AUSTRALIA" real photo postcard mailed 1949 from Perth, glossy finish, good detail, small corner crease not into image. Image printed at a small tilt to the borders, but a full-size card. $3.25 w
"MURRAY VIEWS NO. 23. ADELPHI HOTEL, ST. GEORGE'S TERRACE, PERTH, W.A." real photo post card from Murray News, mailed 12 MAY 1952 to Ohio (Perth ROAD / CARELESSNESS / KILLS slogan cancel tie 3-d & 6-d stamps), 2 small corner creases, long crease through message area, edge wear. Image printed at a small tilt to the borders, but a full-size card. $3.25 w-w
=>Special: Both Murray Views above for $5.75. w <=
"SECTION OF PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA" unused sepia-tone real photo postcard with glossy finish, back says 'Issued by the Government of the Commonwealth of / Australia to the Officers and Men of the American Fleet. / July - August, 1925', 2 back corners with small album adherences, good edges. 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. $7.00 wh*
SKYWEST AIRLINES (Australia). Unused continental post card showing its Fokker F-27-050 (VH-FNF) at Guildford Western Australia on November 29 1994, published in the Czech Republic, near mint. $7.50 aw
"SWAN RIVER, PERTH, W. A." including a variety of small boats & ships, hand-colored postcard from the H & B Series, printed in Australia, unused, back paper browning evenly (consistent with circa 1910 age), minor corner wear. $4.00 ws(r)
"The V. S. M. Series" picturing the 17 different Victorian definitive stamps of Western Australia & its heraldic crest, unused intricately embossed postcard, one corner knocked off (not by us but we have it & will ship), noticeable water stain at the bottom of the front message area. $8.00 phw
"VK6HD" Bedfordale shortwave (10.103 MHZ) QSL card used 1992 by operator M. E. Bazley, excellent condition. $2.00 wq
"VK6HQ" Lesmurdie shortwave (10 MHz) QSL card used 1977 by operator John Hawkins, silhouette of kangaroo for design, QSL label affixed to back, small corner crease, another corner with minor wear. $1.25 wq
"VK6RZ" Leeming shortwave (10.109 MHZ) QSL on textured paper used 1993 by operator Peter Drew, QSL bureau label on back, fresh appearance, good edges. $2.00 wq
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