207 *. PENNY-HALFPENNY RED: 1½d scarlet complete pane of 60 - margins removed - with a Large Void Area affecting the First Two Units, a few tonespots & some perf separation/rejoining; plus the extraordinary 1½d with Sideways Watermark & Printed on the Gum that was part of the piece of paper that caused the void on the sheet!, some gum-loss at left causing another void area (!), a few trimmed perfs at lower-left, minor crease & a bit aged, Cat $50,000 (for the two items: see Note 10 on page 4/235). An extraordinary & unique error, being the only such recorded instance in Australian philately. Michael Drury Certificate (2015) for the Sideways Watermark stamp. The ACSC states “A single example is recorded...This was caused by a transient piece of paper adhering (gummed side up) during printing and [when removed] causing a void on the underlying stamps” . Provenance: The Arthur Gray Collection, October 2015, Lot 318.������������������������������������������������� $20,000–25,000 208 209 210 208 ** *. TWO PENCE RED DIE III: 2d scarlet with No Watermark BW #102aa (SG 99ab) block of 4, the upper units are lightly mounted, the lower units are unmounted, Cat $20,000+ (£5200++ mounted). Ex Greg Manning International Rarities Auction (1980). Michael Drury Certificate (2015). The ACSC states “The largest pieces now surviving are believed to be blocks of 4” . The error was caused by being printed on the end of the roll of paper to which the watermark dandy roll was not applied. Such “errors” are normally identified and destroyed. Provenance: The Arthur Gray Collection, October 2015, Lot 321.���������������������������������������������������� $8,000–10,000 209 **. TWO PENCE SCARLET: 2d with No Watermark BW:102aa, well centred, superb MUH, Cat $6000. (SG.99ab).����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $2,000–2,500 210 *. TWO PENCE SCARLET: 2d with No Watermark BW:102aa, well centred, a couple of small defects & the gum glazed, Mint. Cat $4000.������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $600–800 211 *. 3d Blue, horizontal pair (2) being Types B+A, both with minor flaws in the wattles at left and right respectively. MVLH. BW:107c - $275+. Centred right; fresh.�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $150–200 212 212 . 1/4 Greenish-blue, in combination with 2/- Maroon Roo (SMwmk), 3d green Air + 3d K.Smith on May 1932 registered flown cover from CAMBERWELL to HOLLAND, carried on the first extended route flights by KLM, via BATAVIA (with oval backstamp). Correctly franked at 3/4 airmail + 3d registration! [AAMC.205].���� $200–250 27