I wish I could get these for 50c to 1AUD, I live in the UK, so I end up paying anywhere from 2AUD to 5AUD, and thats not including delivery to the UK.
Originally I listed them alphabetically by state, but was told it would be easier to list them alphabetically by name
. I listed them to match the Stamp Review bulletin extract, as I find it easier for storing them in albums. That is exactly how I have them in a spreadsheet I maintain myself.
Thanks very much for the offer of the two covers:-
-Midland WA 6056, would be handy as a placeholder, till I find a better one, no disrespect to you.
-Claremont WA 6010, I am really trying to avoid mixing or collecting a number of different types of covers, I also have a Claremont WA on the usual blue/red Australian PO cover, so I will leave that one with you, so you can give it to somebody who is collecting that particular cover.
As for the Perth (Plain), I don't have any spares, but I can pick one up on eBay, or somewhere else, I have got a list of duplicate covers I have found, so it will help also, and I can get one sent to you, any particular requirements, type of cover, sealed/unsealed, addressed/unadrdessed, etc?, and then the Nedlands can be treated as a swap, and you can send the two covers to together?
BigSaint (Brad) has got Devonport TAS, and Camberwell VIC, which he is going to send me, I will check with him if it would be OK for you to send them to him, so he can include your two covers as well.
When Brad was talking about all the various different types of covers, I have remembered today I do, one is from the Commonwealth Society set, which covers 60 different countries, and one I picked up some time ago, which then fixed what cover I really wanted to collect these on, and the fact I wanted the different 2 stamp set. I though the PO ones, as they would be easier, and less expensive to find.
What I have just noticed today, what's interesting about the Royal Tour cover is it has two postmarks, Glenelg 20th March 1977, and the Adelaide Tour of the 23rd March 1977, you must have been using carrier pigeons at the time?