Friday, 18 September 2015

Bingera Plantation

Bingera Plantation receiving office, a sugar plantation 16 km west of Bundaberg. It opened in 1894 and became a post office about January 1907. The receiving office keeper in 1894 was E. Doctor, in 1895 J. Barclay and from 1900 until it became a post office, Gibson and Howes. The oval rubber cancellation is known used with violet or blue ink.
  • oval rubber cancellation seen from 1900 - 1906 rated Rare



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet dated 14 February 1902 with a Bundaberg duplex numeral 148 cancellation dated 15 February 1902 rated Rare. Seen at Phoenix auction no 8 lot no 922. Ex Smithies



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet with a Queensland date stamp cancellation dated October 1904 rated Rare. From my collection



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet with a Queensland date stamp cancellation dated 14 November 190- rated Rare. From my collection



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet and rated Rare. From my collection



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet with a Registered R cancellation and rated Rare. Seen at Phoenix auction no 41. Ex Smithies



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet with a TPO No 1 North Coast Railway date stamp cancellation dated 1906 rated Rare. From my collection



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet with a Registered datestamp cancellation dated 1903 and rated Rare


Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in violet with an indistinct postal cancellation and rated Rare



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in blue dated 22 November 1905 with a North Coast Railway datestamp cancellation dated 22 November 1905 and rated Rare. Seen at Spink auctions no 12043 lot no 1448. Ex Griffiths



Bingera Plantation oval rubber cancellation in blue dated 21 February 1901 with a Bundaberg datestamp cancellation dated 21 February 1901, a Bundaberg numeral cancellation number 148 and a Bundaberg R registered handstamp and rated Rare. Seen at Prestige Philately auction no 214 lot no 513
A stylised example of this oval rubber datestamp seen in Campbell

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