Australia 1934, mixed franking of Australian and New Zealand stamps, unusual

Australia 1934, mixed franking of Australian and New Zealand stamps on airmail cover from the First Official Airmail Flight Australia-New Zealand, franked with the 1931 Kingsford Smith’s Flights 6d violet and 1932 Sydney Harbour Bridge 2d scarlet commemoratives, both with minor faults, cancelled with “SHIP MAIL ROOM MELBOURNE 7 AP 34” cds., addressed to Auckland/New Zealand, therefore prefranked with New Zealand 1931 Airmail stamp 7d brown-orange, cancelled with cds. at April 14, arrival postmark on the back, two different airmail cachets on the front, unsual and attractive airmail cover, SG nos. 123 and 141 resp. 550 (New Zealand)

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