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Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labels

Posted: 27 Oct 2008 22:35
by waroff49
While I have the opportunity, I have scanned some full sheets of the 150th Anniversary of the founding of New South Wales in 1788 (1938).

As the originals of these scans have only been loaned to me by GOMC2, I am asking all members to be mindful of the rules of Stampboards of using scans by a third party for profit.

He has loaned them to me to further the appreciation of the material and for reference purposes only.

Non-Stampboard members, these items are posted for reference purposes only and are not to be copied in any form, without the express permission of the owner of the material.

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I apologise for the two parts but the sheet is bigger than the A4 scanner. And too wide to fit horizontally.

Posted: 27 Oct 2008 22:45
by admin
Very under-stated designs Bill. :D

Posted: 27 Oct 2008 23:13
by waroff49
Here is another sheet. Different format 7 x 7. Middle row overlapped.
Marginal notations:
Top: Photographs by Courtesy of//Australian National Travel Association and NSW Government printer
TRC: Printed in Australia by// Bloxham and Chambers Pty Ltd
Various numbers in 3 margins.


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Posted: 27 Oct 2008 23:21
by admin
Bill no idea what your rather curious Copyright warning relates to, but I doubt those blurry and totally washed out scans are going to be hijacked by anyone, at any time, for any reason. :)

These sheets sell for a dollar a stamp or so in fresh MUH. and are not hard to locate.

This much clearer scan below is from my stock, in the correct colour adjustment, that I sold this week.

All copyright thieves and stamp photo gangstas - please be my guest. :idea:

The internet is just that - open source for dissemination of knowledge - and the more folks that share these images, the happier I am.

Point of interest .. just because someone owns a stamp it does NOT mean they have any legal rights whatever over the image depicted thereon.

No more than if you own a Norman Lindsay painting and want to sell posters or drink coasters or T Shirts of it. Try it and see - Lindsay's estate will sue you. THEY own the rights to the image - not you.


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Posted: 27 Oct 2008 23:40
by waroff49
I agree, with the scans, maybe because they are enclosed in plastic with a stiffener, which I didn't want to open. They may not be worth much, but I didn't want to damage them, as they are 70 years old.
Thank you for adding your clear crisp images.
(Note: To self.... time for a new scanner.....)

Posted: 27 Oct 2008 23:50
by admin
Bill yes they are tricky to scan as the sheet is so big .. . grab a lide90 scanner NOW before the new stock goes up $50 due to weak dollar!

http://www.getprice.com.au/Canon-LIDE90-Scanner.htm

Glen

Posted: 28 Oct 2008 12:47
by borneo
I would like a few sheets if they are only a dollar a stamp.

Posted: 28 Oct 2008 12:52
by admin
borneo they are mostly badly toned/foxed as now 70yo, and/or stuck together, due to the thick UK gum being sent here to the tropics and I'll be DELIGHTED to let you have the next batch of those cheap.

Glen
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Posted: 28 Oct 2008 13:10
by borneo
why not....put me on your next BRICK priority list and other mystery rummage box or bags :wink:

Posted: 28 Oct 2008 20:12
by Revenuer
The Parramatta labels with the green frame at the top of this thread, are much scarcer than the Sydney 150th Anniversary ones shown below them.

Dave

Posted: 28 Oct 2008 22:58
by alltorque
Parramatta sheets please ... green is good ....!

Cheers...

Posted: 06 Nov 2008 21:54
by Musicmandaz
Hi all
- I just unstuck one of these sheets that had folded in on itself.
It unstuck almost instantly!Great images too.
Were these labels used in the post? As I haven,t seen any used examples at all?
It seems a shame there were no stamps issued based upon them.
Daz

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 23 Oct 2011 10:49
by WEIRD AL
admin wrote:Bill no idea what your rather curious Copyright warning relates to, but I doubt those blurry washed out scans are going to be hijacked by anyone, at any time, for any reason. :)

These sheets sell for a few dollars a sheet, and are incredibly plentiful.

This much clearer scan below is from my stock, in the correct colour alignment, that I sold this week.

All copyright thieves and stamp photo gangstas - please be my guest. :idea:

The internet is just that - open source for dissemination of knowledge - and the more folks share these images, the happier I am.

Point of interest .. just because someone owns a stamp it does NOT mean they have any legal rights whatever over the image depicted thereon.

No more than if you own a Norman Lindsay painting and want to sell posters or drink coasters or T Shirts of it. Try it and see - Lindsay's estate will sue you. THEY own the rights to the image - not you.


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I just found 44 of these in the back of a book (with the paper work they came with)
how many are in the set :?:

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 11:35
by Skippy
These are a different colour to those shown above.
They are roulette perf rather than the pin hole perfs shown above too :?:

small print;
Copyright Designs by Tilsha Products, 333 George St., Sydney __ Printed by Waverly House , Cenral Square, Sydney.

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Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 11:55
by Skippy
The Pamphlet that came with the Orange 1938 150th Anniversary Cinderellas

note: standard envelope sized, folded with cinders in blocks inside. Enlarged so that the text is readable.
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Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 30 Dec 2011 12:30
by Global Administrator
Skippy I've seen those yellow ones before, but are FAR less often seen than the ones earlier on in thread .. nice set!

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 23 Jan 2014 14:17
by Tassie Devil
Skippy would you have any more information on the yellow frame issue.

Amount of labels in the set Etc. Looking at your graphic with rows of 7 I suspect that the sheet configuration would be 7x7 49.

I have seen at least 33 different labels from the sheet but only as singles. The same as the first beige issue.

Any more information would be great.

I will post the images I have in the next week or so

Thanks

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 24 Jan 2014 12:51
by Skippy
tassie devil, I only have those 14 examples and the pamphlet shown above. Sorry I don't know any more about them.

I look forward to seeing any others you have in the series, when you get time. :)

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 27 Jan 2014 16:14
by Tassie Devil
Skippy, I should receive the labels some time later this week.

In the scans from Ebay the labels overlap so I can't see all the names. I will scan them and list them ASAP.

Can you make out the names on your listing of the 14 yellow labels?. The resolution is too coarse for me to read them.

Finally would anyone have a copy of the Parramatta label "Old Fox Under
The Hill Inn"

Cheers Phillip

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 01:55
by Tassie Devil
As promised Skippy the orange labels . I will post the other 22 labels over the next few days. The print quality on these labels leaves a lot to be desired.
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Cheers Phil

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 08:45
by Brummie
Phil, why aren't yours perforated?

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 08:55
by Tassie Devil
They are perforated I used these images from another project. The rest will be shown as original perforated

Cheers Phil

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 11:46
by Tassie Devil
As you can see brummie pretty ragged perfs. The labels themselves are full mint with a hinge remainder!! I wonder if I will ever see any more of this set.

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Cheers Phil

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 12:57
by Brummie
That's better.

Are you just after the orange ones or any colour?

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 13:46
by Tassie Devil
Just the orange ones in this style. I have full sets of the beige and parramatta labels.

In the full coloured Centenary or Anniversary Sets I am looking for Melbourne & Victorian First series scouts jamboree (4) The second series (all), South Australia (all).

I was fortunate to pick up both Melbourne & Victorian facsimile sheets last week.

Cheers Phil

By the way are you from Birmingham UK?

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 14:30
by Brummie
Tassie Devil wrote:By the way are you from Birmingham UK?
No I'm not and the story is too long to tell. :D

Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 14:42
by Tassie Devil
A little bit of toning

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Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 15:16
by Tassie Devil
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Re: AUSTRALIA 1938 (150th ANNIVERSARY) CINDERELLAS.

Posted: 04 Feb 2014 20:00
by Global Administrator
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The Cook stamp I scanned above has a slightly different image, so 2 DIFFERENT printers at work here, it seems pretty certain.

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 05 Feb 2014 12:29
by Tassie Devil
These scans are the total (24) that I bought. The overall print quality is poor compared to the beige and Parramatta issue.

The overall quality, look at the perfs, could be classed as cheap and nasty. But guess what that is exactly what they were. Produced as a cheap giveaway to be stuck on postal items.

Trying to compare them, 72 years down the track, with the modern produced labels will only give the collector grief.

These are probably the only ones that I will ever own. The only others I have seen were listed by Skippy (I wonder if he wants to sell them??) Ha Ha These are the scarcest of the 3 like issues reflected by the buy price of 4 times the others.

Still I an very happy to have them.

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Cheers Phil

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 06 Feb 2014 07:58
by Tassie Devil
Below are three sets of thumbnails of the Anniversary labels. The labels are not necessarily in the order that they are on the original sheet.

Australia’s 150th Anniversary 1788 – 1938 BEIGE FRAME. Layout: 7rows x 7columns Total Labels 49. Size:53x35mm & 35x53mm
Photographs by courtesy Australian National Travel Association. Printed by N.S.W. Government Printer.
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Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 06 Feb 2014 08:00
by Tassie Devil
The Progress of a Nation 1788-1938 ORANGE FRAME. Layout: 6rows x 7columns Total Labels 42. Size:53x35mm & 35x53mm
Photographs by courtesy Government Printer N.S.W. and Carlton Studios Sydney. Printed by Bridge Printery P/L George St Sydney
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Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 06 Feb 2014 08:13
by Tassie Devil
Parramatta The Cradle of Australia N.S.W. 1788 – 1938 ORANGE FRAME Layout: 8rows x 5columns. Total Labels 40. Size:53x35mm & 35x53mm
Published under the Authority of The Parramatta Celebrations Committee
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Typical Packaging
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Early Promotion.
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Any one got a bob to spare? (10c today)

Hope this is of some help. Cheers Phil

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 06 Feb 2014 08:18
by Tassie Devil
I will cover the full colour labels soon. Australia, Melbourne & Victoria & South Australia
Cheers Phil

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 07 Feb 2014 13:38
by Tassie Devil
Skippy I am having trouble trying to establish the quantity of labels for the orange 150th Anniversary issue.
I came across another thread where you were talking about this issue with a member who had some labels for sale back in 2011. The quantity of labels was 44. This does not seem to fit any known sheet configuration that I can see.
Any Help would be good

Cheers Phil

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 08 Feb 2014 11:32
by Tassie Devil
The continuing saga of the orange 150th Anniversary labels. I now have images for 52 unique labels. Still no closer to configuring a sheet layout Help!!

Cheers Phil

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 29 Nov 2014 00:37
by Global Administrator
Tassie Devil wrote:
The continuing saga of the orange 150th Anniversary labels.

I now have images for 52 unique labels.

Still no closer to configuring a sheet layout Help!!

Cheers Phil
Wow 52 is a strange number! 7 x 7 = 49 was the sheet size for others correct?

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 08 Feb 2015 11:30
by Tassie Devil
Hi the sheet configuration is 7x8 = 56. I am hoping to get a copy of a complete sheet soon. The only known complete sheet.

I gave up trying to get all the orange border labels and sold the 26 labels I had

Cheers Phil :|

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 08 Feb 2015 15:14
by Global Administrator
Phil .... please add the pic for the record when it arrives!

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 23 May 2015 10:27
by Global Administrator
Another scarce type that were done at the time, are these below, which sold here in minutes and are added here for the photo record.

https://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?f=27&t=63455
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Australia 1938 150th Centenary Cinderellas x 29 unused

Now and again you see a stray single label in an old collection, but not in blocks. We have here a quarter sheet of 12 from RH side of master sheet, with margins. These are LARGE .... about 4 times the size of the Definitive stamps of this era.

I've seen TONS of the 1937 NSW Sesquicentenary sheets, as that had NATIONAL (indeed Global) appeal. This one despite being more colorful, seems to have had far less made or sold. Indeed I seldom see even singles.

Each large stamp has the imprint at base - "Design - Govt Printer NSW".

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 24 Aug 2019 12:06
by MarvMalt
Full sheet scan! :D

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Australia's 150th Anniversary cinderella sheet
Photographs by courtesy of Australian National Travel Association and NSW Government Printer.
Printed in Australia by BLOXHAM & CHAMBERS PTY LTD.

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 24 Aug 2019 13:17
by MarvMalt
I had purchased 2 full sheets about 20 years, one I kept intact and the other I pulled apart for the individual stamps.

Australia's 1938 150th Anniversary cinderellas, 2 Melbourne ones below.

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Parliament House, Melbourne, Australia's 150th Anniversary.

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Collins Street, Melbourne, Australia's 150th Anniversary.

Just have to add this great poster from that year as well.

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Follow the sun 1938, Australia 150th Anniversary Celebrations poster.

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 17 Sep 2019 22:09
by MarvMalt
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Souvenir cover from Australia's 150th Anniversary Philatelic Exhibition in Sydney with exhibition cinderella. :D

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Back of souvenir cover from Australia's 150th Anniversary Philatelic Exhibition in Sydney.

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Close up of cinderella and stamps.

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 21 Apr 2020 22:25
by Global Administrator
MarvMalt wrote:Full sheet scan! :D

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Australia's 150th Anniversary cinderella sheet
Photographs by courtesy of Australian National Travel Association and NSW Government Printer.
Printed in Australia by BLOXHAM & CHAMBERS PTY LTD.
These are really terrific items. Bought a couple of MUH sheets of 49 today in an Estate, that I added to stock at $A1 a stamp! (Stock 482KB)

Glen

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 26 May 2020 13:07
by mobbor
In my hoard, I just came across the bottom three rows of the cindarellas shown by Glen above. Unfortunately they stuck back to back and are damaged.

I thought you might be interested in what came with it in the envelope:-

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In the next post I'll show the card that came with it.

Re: Australia 1938 (150th Anniversary) Stamp Cinderella Labe

Posted: 26 May 2020 13:20
by mobbor
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