A catalog of the different numerals (bars, rays and duplexes) found on Queensland (Chalon, Sideface and Commonwealth) postage stamps and covers.
To find the numeral you are looking for select from the numeral tabs directly below.
Tingalpa post office, 10 km east of the Brisbane general post office, opened on 20 May 1867. It was renamed Capalaba on 1 March 1874 before reverting back to Tingalpa on 8 June 1875. It was reduced to a receiving office in 1892. The Capalaba circular date stamp was still being used in 1882
Chalon Ray type 1 e (5.5 mm) is rated 3R
Sideface Ray type 1 e (5.5 mm) is rated 3R
Yuleba railway station, 54 km east of Roma, received its 10 bar railway numeral canceller 2b (8.5 mm) around 1902. Rated 5R. More information on railway numerals can be found here