b'44264C Aug.1919 (AAMC.22aa.) Adelaide - Minlaton flights by Harry Butler: Aug.1919 (AAMC.22aa) souvenir postcard prepared for the flights. Unused. .$150200265265C 4 Sept. 1919 (AAMC.23) Hobart - Launceston cover with Peace Loan advertising and KGV 1d brown carried by ED Cummings in a Sopwith Pup on the first aerial mail flight in Tasmania, violet two-line FIRST TAS. AERO MAIL/DPMG handstamp and LAUNCESTON/-5SE19/TASMANIA arrival backstamp, very fine with only 6 examples believed to have survived, Cat $4000. Accompanied by photo of the Sopwith Pup circling Hobart GPO. Ex Frommer, sold for $3100+ in the September 2016 sale of his Grand Prix Pioneer Australian Air Mails Collection. .$2,2002,800266266C Nov.1919 - Feb.1920 (AAMC.27a) A Ross Smith flight cover with the vignette affixed at left, together with an Iraqanna on 10para in combination with an Australian KGV 1d red; all tied by the 26 Feb.1920 oval FIRST AERIAL MAIL cachet (with an additional strike below), posted from the ANZAC Wireless Squadron stationed in Mesopotamia (Iraq) en route for Australia. Addressed to Mrs A. Laxton in Lewisham and endorsed at lower left by Lieut. R.L. Laxton, this is cover #193 in the Frommer listing [illustrated at page 59]. The cover is signed and dated 12.12.19 on reverse by crew member Sgt. J.M. Bennett and is accompanied by a [1981] E. Diena Certificate.One of the most noteworthy of the flown covers being the only example with stamps of Iraq and Australia, signed by a crew member and being an intermediate$10,00012,500'