, adhesive label subsequently affixed at top (over part of address) and inscribed "This ship was reported making for a New Zealand port for repairs", stamp selvedge partly affixed thereover with manuscript "Try New Zealand" and "Port Chalmers", both labels being tied by "WELLINGTON/N.Z." c.d.s. of 10 April 1916, then redirected to Lyttleton, Melbourne and Sydney before returning to New Zealand (acquiring various datestamps along the way dated between 5 January 1916 and 2 March 1916); open on three sides and with perimeter damage but in no way detracting from this recently discovered and most important item of Antarctic Postal History. Photo" /> cover 1915 (27 Dec.) envelope from North Sydney addressed to<I> "Sydney Atkin, c/p Captain McIntosh R.N., S.S. Aurora, In Murch Straits, South Victoria Land, Sir Ernest Shackleton, Imperial Trans Antarctic, Ross Sea Bay"</I>, adhesive label subsequently affixed at top (over part of address) and inscribed<I> "This ship was reported making for a New Zealand port for repairs"</I>, stamp selvedge partly affixed thereover with manuscript<I> "Try New Zealand"</I> and<I> "Port Chalmers"</I>, both labels being tied by "WELLINGTON/N.Z." c.d.s. of 10 April 1916, then redirected to Lyttleton, Melbourne and Sydney before returning to New Zealand (acquiring various datestamps along the way dated between 5 January 1916 and 2 March 1916); open on three sides and with perimeter damage but in no way detracting from this recently discovered and most important item of Antarctic Postal History. Photo | Christie's