King George V Period 220 221 220 **. 1914 6d Engraved Kookaburra, horizontal pair with margin at left; attractively centred and fresh MUH. (2). ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� $200–250 221 **. 1914 (SG.19) 6d Engraved Kookaburra, horizontal pair (2) with lower margin, DOUBLE PERFORATIONS AT BASE. MUH with official post office repair strips. Cat.$1200.���������������� $400–500 222 ** * CTO 0. 1927 1½d Canberra: A specialized range incl. complete Plate No.9 corner pair, a complete sheet with 2 units CTO on the FDI, a corner blk.4 CTO at PARLIAMENT HOUSE CANBERRA on the FDI with “Flag at half mast” variety, other blocks and singles (incl. OS). etc. (120+). MUH/M/O/CTO.����������������������������������������������� $350–400 223 223 P. 1927 CANBERRA COMMEMORATION PROGRESSIVE DIE PROOFS: This item and the next 3 lots comprise 4 of the 7 progressive die proofs in private hands. They originated from the estate of Waterlow’s chief engraver, J.A.C. Harrison. They first appeared on the market at auction in England in 1993, and were acquired by Arthur Gray at the Macray Watson sale in February 1994. All are on high quality double-thickness wove paper folded to approximately 145 x 115mm (but are even more impressive when opened out). BW #132DP(3)D in bright orange; the design complete other than for some lines in the sky (State 3). Cat $20,000. Superb! Provenance: The Arthur Gray Collection, October 2015, Lot 369.������������������������������������������������� $12,500–15,000 31