The flying boat G-ADUY "Capela" left England on July 28th in command of E. Lynch Bloss for Quantas took control and reached Darwin on August, 4th. The Capella arrived Sidney on August, 6th, and Victorian and Tasmanian mails were dispatched by rail to Melbourne and by Sea to New Zealand and Pacific Territories. This cover on a very rare destination is backstamped in Norfolk Island on September 30th, 1938.A good challenge for a specialist to study the transportation means from Sydney New Zealand?? In this case, please, wait for an invoice before paying. The items I sell are part of my collection and some of them might have expertization certificates. For those items that do not have such certificate, the only way I can prove their authenticity is their trusted provenience sources and my accumulated experience in the field as a passionate collector, exhibitor and activist in the philately field for more than 40 years.
For any possible dissatisfaction, please, first communicate with me before leaving any feed-back and we will try to find a solution! I will not mark merchandise values below purchasing value or mark items as gifts. The item "1938 First England-Australia-Norfolk Island Al Up Air Mail at 1 1/2d V. RARE" is in sale since Sunday, June 28, 2015.
This item is in the category "Stamps\Great Britain\Covers". The seller is "cormoranu1965" and is located in Bucharest. This item can be shipped worldwide.