International - Colonial telegraph stationery.
Overview by Colony.


This page provides a menu of links to the telegraph stationery printed by the former Australian Colonies for use with international telegrams.

New South Wales.

INC-DO-1.

Form is similar to NC-DO-7.

Heading refers to Electric Telegraph and incorporates either

INTERNATIONAL LINE

or

NEW ZEALAND LINE.

Printed in colours of mauve to pink.

INC0DO-1 menu
INC-DO-2.

Heading refers to
POST and TELEGRAPH
and incorporates the words
INTERNATIONAL LINE.

Printed in black on pink paper.

 

NSW 2 menu
INC-DO-3.

Heading is

Printed in blue and red on white paper.

INC-DO-3 menu
See also a unique delivery envelope posted from Sydney to Noumea.

South Australia.

SC-EC-1.

Delivery envelope printed in blue on white paper.

Has CABLE under Crest.

 

SC-EC-1

 

Victoria.

IVC-DO-1.

Has heading of ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH VICTORIA with BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN LINE underneath.

Printed in black on white paper.

Has date printed as 187___.

IVC-DO-1

IVC-DO-2.

Has heading of ELECTRIC TELEGRAPH/VICTORIA with BRITISH AND AUSTRALIAN LINE underneath.

Printed in black on orange paper.

 

IVC-DO-2
Delivery envelopes.  

IVC-EO-1.

Printed in black on white paper.

Has FOREIGN TELEGRAM printed at top with either underlining or boxed.

IVC-EO-1A

IVC-EO-2.

Printed in blue on white paper.

Has FOREIGN TELEGRAM reverse printed in an octagonal frame.

 

IVC-EO-2

 

Western Australia.

IWC-DO-1.

Has heading INTERNATIONAL TELEGRAM via BROOME.

Printed on dark orange paper.

Has 33 boxes for the message on the front.

IWC-DO-1 menu