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MAGPIE POSTAL AUCTION No.207

A POSTAL AUCTION OFFERING FOREIGN & COMMONWEALTH POSTAL HISTORY WITH PARTICULAR STRENGTH IN EAST AFRICA AND ZANZIBAR

ALL BIDS WILL CLOSE AT 12.00 NOON ON FRIDAY 23rd FEBRUARY 2018

ALL LOTS CAN BE VIEWED AT THE FOLLOWING EVENTS/VENUES:

MOUNT GRACE SCHOOL, POTTERS BAR ON 4th FEBRUARY,

THE STRAND STAMP FAIR, ROYAL NATIONAL HOTEL, BLOOMSBURY ON THE 9th FEBRUARY; “STAMPEX” AT THE BUSINESS DESIGN CENTRE, UPPER STREET, ISLINGTON

ON THE 14th, 15th, 16th & 17th FEBRUARY 2018.

 

 

  1. ADEN-Censored cover to New York with GEO VI ½ & 3 Anna values tied by ADEN/+ d/rings dated 31.1.1942. The PC22 censor tape is tied to the front by diamond censor No.2 in violet ink Res £12
  2. ADEN-Censored cover to Maine, USA with 1½ & 2 Anna values tied by d/ring ADEN/+ dated 16.4.1942. The PC22 censor tape is tied by No.2 diamond censor in violet ink. The manuscript receipt date is 16th October!!! Res £12
  3. ADEN-Censored O.A.T Airmail cover addressed to New York with 1 Anna & 2 Rupee values tied by d/ring ADEN/+ dated 1.5.1945. The PC90 censor tape is tied on the front by circular framed 113 in black ink. Struck at bottom left is the rubber, red-inked cachet O.A.T applied in London. On the back is a pair of 2½ Anna values, similarly tied Res £35
  4. ANTARCTIC, AUSTRALIAN – Cover addressed to Australia with 2½d Scouts value tied by A.N.A.R.E HEARD IS / AUST dated 31.1.1951. At left is s/line cachet RESCUE OF Dr. SERGE UDOVIKOFF & s/line dated 31.1.1951. At bottom is unframed cachets AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC / RESEARCH EXPEDITION/H.M.A.S AUSTRALIA in violet ink. Further cachet at left [different] and more on the back Res £25
  5. ANTARCTIC, AUSTRALIAN-Registered cover to Victoria with 9d value tied by A.N.A.R.E HEARD IS/AUST dated 6.2.1951. At left is blank registration label with s/line HEARD ISLAND applied in black ink. At bottom are unframed AUSTRALIAN NATIONAL ANTARCTIC/RESEARCH EXPEDITION in black ink. Comes with January 1948 newspaper cutting about the Heard Island post office Res £22
  6. ANTARCTIC, AUSTRALIAN-Cover addressed to Germany with 8d AAT value tied by s/ring WILKES / AUST ANTARCTIC TERR /A.N.A.R.E dated 18.1.1965. At left is the red & white pictorial label ANTARCTICA/1963/64 RELIEF EXPEDITION / WILKES Res £22
  7. ANTARCTICA, AUSTRALIAN-Similar cover to Germany with 8d tied by similar s/ring cancel of the DAVIS Base on 23.1.1965. At left is a similar RELIEF EXPEDITION label for use at the Davis Base Res £22
  8. ANTARCTICA, AUSTRALIAN-Lovely little cover addressed to New Zealand with Australian 6d & 1/- values tied by s/ring A.N.A.R.E cancel of CASEY BASE on 17.1.1972. Below is framed cachet A.N.A.R.E/OM BORD POLAR SKIBET/THALA DAN in violet ink. The NZ arrival mark is dated 18.2.1972 Res £22
  9. ANTARCTICA, BRITISH-1913 Certificate bearing the 1d NZ value with VICTORIA LAND overprint tied by s/ring BRIT ANTARCTIC EXPED dated 18.1.1913-see illustration Res £150
  1. ANTIGUA-Censored cover addressed to Montreal with ½d & 1/- GEO VI values tied by d/rings of St John’s dated 3.1.1942. At left is plain brown censor tape tied to the back by a large, unframed s/line EXAMINED BY CENSOR in black ink Res £22
  2. ANTIGUA-Double censored airmail cover to New York with GEO VI 1/- Leewards & a 1½d Antigua value tied by d/rings of St John’s dated 23.8.1943. At left is British PC90 tape B/112 and at right is US tape 14638 Res £22
  3. ASCENSION-“Doctor” card addressed to France with 2 x ½d GEO VI values tied by s/ring ST HELENA dated 24.9.1952 Res £20
  4. AUSTRALIA, N.S.W-Underpaid postcard addressed to the USA with 1d stamp tied by dotted oval cancel 288 in black. Alongside is the s/ring GORDON/NSW dated 27.11.1905. Taxed in Australia & the USA, the 1c & 5c postage dues are tied by oval cancels of BOSTON/MASS Res £10
  5. AUSTRALIA, QUEENSLAND-Lovely illustrated advertising envelope for the People’s Cycle Agency with the “PGA Special” front and central. Addressed to the USA, the cover has a 2½d QV Queensland value tied by a Brisbane machine cancel dated 25.3.1910 Res £30
  6. AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA-QV 1d orange-brown postal stationery postcard addressed to Talbot with full advert on the back for the Australian Widow’s Fund of Melbourne, cancelled by MELBOURNE duplex cancel dated 19.10.1894 Res £12
  7. AUSTRALIA, VICTORIA-Lovely pictorial, registered advertising envelope from A Beckett of Collins Street, Melbourne addressed to the USA with a 2d & 2 x 2½d values tied by circular framed R cancels and the d/ring REGISTERED MELBOURNE/4 dated 29.1.1901-see illustration Res £30
  8. AUSTRALIA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover from FARNBOROUGH, KENT with EDW VII 1d tied by duplex cancel dated 26.3.1902. Alongside is hexagonal T/15/L tax mark of London, alongside an Australian 3 tax mark. The 3d postage due is cancelled by triple oval cancel Res £12
  9. AUSTRALIA/WWI-Stampless postcard of Kandy, Ceylon [creased] addressed to Western Australia with no postal markings apart from the unframed A.I.F/PASSED BY CENSOR No......... in violet ink. The card is endorsed “AT SEA SATURDAY 9th MARCH” Res £12
  10. AUSTRALIA-GEO V 4½d registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to GREECE with added 1½d value tied by s/rings REG ADELEIDE/STH AUSTRALIA dated 30.6.1927. Greek transit/arrival marks on the back Res £20
  1. AUSTRALIA-Pictorial first flight cover for the Dutch airmail service from Australia, addressed to London and to travel via the Dutch East Indies and Holland with 1/- & 2/- Roo values and 6d Kingsford Smith value tied by SHIP MAIL ROOM.MELBOURNE s/rings dated 22.5.1931. At bottom left is the pictorial oval cachet for the special airmail flight to Batavia Res £28
  2. AUSTRALIA/WWII-GEO VI 5½d registered postal stationery envelope addressed to Sydney with added ½d, 1d & 2 x 4d values tied by s/rings ARMY POST OFFICE/065 dated 15.2.1943. At left are appropriate registration label and censor mark Res £12
  3. AUSTRALIA/WWII-OHMS “Saving is Serving” envelope from the 128th Australian General Hospital [A.I.F] with 2½d commem [damaged corner] tied by s/ring MIL P.O REDBA/QLD AUST dated 4.6.1945 Res £8
  4. AUSTRALIA-Postcard addressed to Scotland with framed STAMP FALLEN OFF at top right. Cancelled by Melbourne slogan cancel dated 18.11.1956 Res £6
  5. AUSTRALIA-18c International Reply Coupon cancelled by s/ring GRENFELL STREET/SA AUST dated 28.7.1972 Res £5
  6. AUSTRIA/YUGOSLAVIA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid 50c postal stationery postcard addressed to Vienna, taxed 25c with 2g, 3g & 20g dues tied by VIENNA d/rings on arrival, dated 19.4.1927 Res £9
  7. BERMUDA-GB QV 1d pink envelope addressed to Bridgetown, Barbados, cancelled by d/ring LONDON/46 dated 24.9.1900, arriving on 16.10.1900. Comes with an A.P.S certificate [good one] Res £22
  8. BARBADOS/DUTCH AIRMAIL-Registered cover to Port of Spain, Trinidad with ½d x 2 & single 1d & 6d values tied by registered d/rings dated 19.10.1938. At bottom left is the KLM first flight cachet in violet ink and the Trinidad receiver on the back is dated the same day. Some gum staining showing through from the back Res £15
  9. BARBADOS-S.S “BRAZIL” Crested envelope addressed to Washington by airmail with 1½d Tercentenary value, single 4d & 2 x 1/- badge values tied by d/rings GPO/BARBADOS dated 17.8.1939. On the back is the red framed publicity label SPEND YOUR VACATION IN BARBADOS Res £22
  10. BARBADOS-Cover addressed to the USA with two sets of the Coronation values and a ½srcentenary value tied by GPO/BARBADOS d/rings dated 20.8.1939. At left is the unframed POSTAGE INSUFFICIENT/FOR AIR MAIL in violet ink. On the back of the Clyde-Mallory Lines crested envelope is the orange framed publicity label SPEND YOUR VACATION IN BARBADOS Res £22
  11. BARBADOS-S.S “ARGENTINA” Crested envelope addressed to Washington D.C with 2½d Tercentenary value tied by d/ring GPO cancel dated 10.4.1940. On the back is the blue-green framed publicity label as previous lots Res £22
  12. BARBADOS-Registered airmail cover to Louisiana with three block of the 2d badge value cancelled by d/rings GPO BARBADOS/REGISTRATION dated 20.9.1943. At left is the vertical format RED CROSS vacation label. On the back are transit marks of Trinidad, New York, Miami and Colombia, LA Res £22
  13. BECHUANALAND/AIRMAIL-Feeder Service cover from Palapye to Johannesburg and then carried on the “All-Up” service to the UK. Addressed to Hampshire, the GEO VI 1 ½d is tied by d/ring PALAPYE dated 5.11.1938. Alongside is GB GEO VI ½d tied by arrival cancel of New Milton on 12.11.1938 Res £22
  14. BECHUANALAND-Censored cover to New Jersey with GEO VI ½ 1d & 1½d tied by BECH PROT/H.O MAFEKING dated 7.5.1944. South African censor tape is at the left Res £18
  15. BECHUANALAND/PRISONER OF WAR MAIL-Censored airmail cover to a South African POW in Italy with GEO VI 1½d x 2 & a 6d value tied by d/rings KANYE/BECHD PROT dated 10.2.1943. At left is South African censor tape and on the back, the Italian censor Mark in violet ink Res £25
  16. BECHUANALAND-Censored cover addressed to California with GEO VI ½d, 1d & 1½d values tied by d/rings MAHALAPYE dated 27.12.1944. At left is British PC90 censor tape No.3920 Res £22
  17. BERMUDA/POSTAGE DUE PROOF STRIKES – Proof Strikes of tax marks etc on small pieces. Includes RETURNED FOR/...............POSTAGE, T/BERMUDA-CENTIMES binocular type, circular framed T; oval framed POSTAGE/[VALUE]/DUE with values 9/6d, 10/6d, 3d, 7/1d, 8/6d and a different format 2d. Nice lot Res £22
  18. BERMUDA/WWII-Censored airmail cover to FRANCE with 2 x 1/- values tied by s/ring of HAMILTON dated 6.9.1939. Centrally is the circular framed PASSED BY CENSOR/9/ BERMUDA in green-blue ink. Redirected within France on arrival on the 13th October Res £30
  19. BERMUDA-Small OHMS cover addressed to California, cancelled by s/ring BERMUDA OFFICIAL/PAID in red ink and by Aquarium slogan dated 22.9.1944. With facsimile signature of CBD Enman in green ink as official frank Res £12
  20. BOHEMIA & MORAVIA/WWII CHILDRENS CAMPS-Cover addressed to Germany from a Children’s Camp at RADOSCHOWITZ with 24 x 5h blue values tied front & back by d/ring cancels dated 30.8.1941. On the back flap is the cachet of the KLD Lager at the Hotel Pavilion Res £22
  21. BOHEMIA & MORAVIA/WWII CHILDRENS CAMPS-Postcard addressed to Germany from a young boy in the KLV Clinic at Prague, a holiday/respite camp for children with 6Rpf Hitler head & 2 x 30h Bohemia & Moravia values tied by PRAGUE cancels dated 29.10.1942 Res £22
  22. BOHEMIA & MORAVIA/WWII CHILDRENS CAMPS-Cover addressed to Berlin with 1.20k value tied by LUHATSCHOWITZ/LUHACOVICE dated 1.9.1941. At left is the framed cachet of the children’s camp in red ink Res £22
  23. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-Imperial East Africa Company 2½ Anna postal stationery envelope addressed to Dorking with BRITISH/EAST/AFRICA overprint cancelled by squared circle MOMBASA dated 1.9.1895-see illustration Res £45
  24. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-Imperial East Africa Company ½ Anna brown postal stationery postcard addressed within Mombasa with BRITISH/EAST/AFRICA overprint, cancelled by squared circle cancel dated 15.10.1895. The card is used to convey Birthday Greetings Res £30
  25. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-Indian ONE ANNA on ½ Anna blue postal stationery postcard with BRITISH/EAST/AFRICA overprint addressed to Bombay, cancelled by MOMBASA squared circle cancel dated 19.3.1896 with transit marks of ZANZIBAR and Bombay-see illustration Res £45
  26. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-Indian QV 2 Anna registered postal stationery envelope size F with BRITISH/EAST/AFRICA overprint on the stamp impression. The envelope is addressed to Mombasa and the added Indian values with similar overprints [½ Anna, 1 Anna, 1A6P, 2 Annas and 2A6P tied by s/rings LAMU dated 29.11.1896 Res £45
  27. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-2½ Anna blue postal stationery envelope addressed to Bombay, cancelled by squared circle cancel of MOMBASA dated 9.1.1897. Res £40
  28. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-QV 1 Anna postal stationery postcard addressed to Bombay, cancelled by s/ring MOMBASA dated 9.10.1897 with index A. Below is the s/ring SEA POST OFFICE dated 17.10.1897 Res £25
  29. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-QV 2 Anna postal stationery envelope size F addressed to Germany with added 5 & 8 Anna values tied by MOMBASA squared circle cancels dated 28.10.1899. On the back is a partial French steamer PO cancel and a s/ring ADEN/REG dated 12.11.1899 Res £40
  30. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-QV 1 Anna postal stationery postcard addressed to Switzerland, cancelled by d/ring MOMBASA dated 23.2.1900. On the front is oval cachet of E.F BARTH/MOMBASA/BRITISH EAST AFRICA, an ADEN transit s/ring dated 3.3.1900 and Swiss arrival mark dated 17.3.1900 Res £25
  31. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-QV 1 Anna postal stationery postcard REGISTERED to Germany with added 2 Anna value tied by s/ring MOMBASA dated 3.7.1901. At right is the framed R/MOMBASA in black and at left is the Italian PIROSCAFI/ESTERI and arrival mark dated 22.7.1901 Res £25
  1. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-Indian 2 Anna registered postal stationery envelope with BRITISH/EAST/AFRICA overprint, addressed to Zanzibar and then back to Mombasa with added 2 Anna value tied by Mombasa squared circle cancel dated 19.8.1895 Res £45
  2. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-B.E.A 2 Anna registered postal stationery envelope addressed to Germany with added 2½ Anna tied by d/ring NAIROBI/E.A PROTECTORATE dated 21.10.1902. On the back is the s/ring FOREIGN REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT /MOMBASA dated 23.10.1902 Res £45
  3. BRITISH EAST AFRICA-Registered cover to APOLDA with QV ½ Anna, 1 Anna, 2½ Anna & 3 Anna values tied by d/rings NAIROBI/E.A.P dated 26.11.1912. At left is NAIROBI/BRITISH EAST AFRICA registration label Res £25
  4. BRITISH GUIANA-Airmail cover addressed to New York with GEO V 6c, 12c & 24c values tied by GEORGETOWN/BRITISH GUIANA d/rings dated 4.2.1930. At top left is the framed cachet BRITISH GUIANA/BY AIR MAIL in black Res £22
  5. BRITISH GUIANA-Postcard addressed to the UK with 2c GEO V value tied by poor NEW AMSTERDAM s/ring dated 27.11.1930. Alongside is d/ring of Georgetown & the circular framed slogan BUY DEMERARA RICE / GPO/[SHIP]/B.G/GOVERNMENT GRADED in black ink Res £25
  6. BRITISH GUIANA-Cover addressed to the USA with GEO V 4c tied by GEORGETOWN d/ring dated 10.6.1931. At bottom left is a lovely strike of the oval CENTENARY CELEBRATIONS cachet in violet ink Res £22
  7. BRITISH GUIANA-Cover addressed to Arkansas with GEO VI 1c tied by GEORGETOWN d/ring dated 6.11.1944. At bottom left is the British Guiana RED CROSS label Res £22
  8. BRITISH GUIANA-Censored airmail cover to Canada with GEO VI 4c x 2 & single 36c value tied by AIR MAIL d/rings dated 21.8.1943. At left is Opened By Examiner I.I./ with manuscript 13 added Res £12
  9. BRITISH GUIANA-“BY AIR/FROM BRITISH GUIANA/TO NEW YORK” unframed cachet on airmail cover to the Archdeacon of Croydon from the Bishop of Guiana with GEO VI 4c, 6c & 36c values tied by Air Mail d/rings dated 17.8.1944 Res £18
  10. BRITISH HONDURAS-Airmail cover to Kansas City with 2 x 10c HURRICANE HATTIE overprint values & 2c definitive tied by d/rings SAND HILL/BRITISH HONDURAS dated 27.3.1963 Res £8
  11. BRITISH SOLOMON ISLANDS-Church of England Federated War Work Council airmail letter sheet addressed to Bougainville, New Guinea with a block of four of the 1953 Coronation values cancelled by manuscript BARAKOMA / DEC 8 1953/J SHEPHERD in ink. On the back is the s/ring RELIEF No.6/PAPUA N.G dated 23.12.1953 Res £20
  12. BURMA-Cover addressed to HENZADA with 2 x 4c JOHORE values tied by d/ring MUAR dated 17.6.1935. Also tying one of the stamps is the d/ring HENZADA/TRAIN LATE dated 25.6.1935 Res £22
  13. BURMA-Cover addressed to Sevenoaks with GEO VI 1 Rupee SERVICE overprint value tied to the back by d/ring RANGOON dated 21.1.1947. At bottom left is the cachet of the AGRICULTURAL PROJECTS BOARD/GOVT OF BURMA in violet ink Res £30
  14. CANADA-Pictorial advertising envelope of the QUEEN’S HOTEL, OWEN SOUND addressed & registered to Ontario with 2c registered letter stamp & 3c small queen cancelled by dumb cancels on 10.10.1897-nice! Res £28
  15. CANADA/CIGAR MAKER-Lovely pictorial advertising envelope from WILLIAM WARD, Cigar Manufacturer of London, Ontario addressed to AMHERSTBURG with 3c rose tied by LONDON/CANADA triple ring cancel dated 20.4.1898-see illustration Res £30
  16. CANADA-DOMINION EXPRESS COMPANY 1c rose postal stationery postcard money order from LOUISEVILLE, cancelled by s/ring dated 9.11.1899. Pristine!! Res £22
  17. CANADA/WAR TAX-Postcard addressed to Scotland with GEO V 2c definitive & 1c green WAR TAX values tied by dumb cancel of DELANO/ALTA dated 21.10.1916 Res £9
  18. CANADA/SPECIAL DELIVERY-Cover addressed to West Kildonan, Manitoba with GEO V 3c and 2 x 10c [pair] blue-green Special Delivery stamps tied by machine cancel of ELFRO/SASK dated 3.5.1922. Nice item as the new 20c Special Delivery stamps were not available until 21.8.1922-the only legal usage of more than a single Special Delivery stamp-see illustration Res £45
  19. CAYMAN ISLANDS-INCOMING REGISTERED MAIL From South Africa addressed to West Bay with 3d & 4d South African values tied by d/ring VOLKRUST/T dated 4.6.1938. On the back are transit marks of TRINIDAD and KINGSTON, Jamaica dated one month later Res £25
  20. CAYMAN ISLANDS-NEAT OHMS Cover registered to Canada with GEO VI 1d & 6d values tied by d/ring GEORGETOWN dated 9.10.1939. At left is the oval framed R in black, whilst on the back are various Canadian transit marks dated 20th & 21st October-not censored Res £25
  21. CEYLON/WWI-Stampless postcard addressed to Auckland, New Zealand with manuscript senders date of 4.6.1916 at top left, cancelled by circular framed TRANSPORT/CENSOR/CEYLON in violet ink Res £18
  22. CEYLON-INSURED Registered envelope addressed within Ceylon with Insured label and registration label of NEGOMBO on the front along with octagonal framed A.R in black. On the back is GEO V 2c & 1 Rupee values tied by NEGOMBOs/rings dated 12.9.1933. Alongside is NATTARASANKOTAL d/ring dated 15th September Res £25
  23. CEYLON-Formula registered postal stationery envelope addressed to the Isle of Wight with a block of 4 x 20c Coronation values and a GEO V 30c tied by s/rings COLOMBO JETTY dated 22.1.1938. At left is the appropriate Jetty registration label Res £22
  24. CEYLON/WWII-Censored cover to New York with GEO VI 15c tied by duplex cancel NEW YORK N.Y/PAQUEBOT dated 12.5.1942. At left are two different censor tapes and on the back is the framed EXAMINED/UNITED STATES CUSTOMS/DISTRICT No.10/....... with manuscript 87 and date, 5.5.1942 added Res £20
  25. CEYLON-Plain registered cover to an RAF man in Ceylon with a block of four x GEO VI 5c values tied by d/rings COLOMBO/REGISTERED dated 1.1.1943. At top left is added, uncancelled 2c alongside COLOMBO A registration label and framed R.A.F B.P.O CEYLON/REGD No. In blue-violet ink Res £22
  26. CEYLON-Commercial postal stationery airmail letter sheet with 4 x 10c GEO VI values imprinted and cancelled by COLOMBO d/rings dated 8.12.1946 Res £15
  27. CEYLON-Ten postcards with 10 GEO VI stamps affixed, each card replicating the design upon the stamp [a bit like the modern day PHQ cards] , with the stamp tied by s/ring cancels of Colombo dated 15.3.1960. Comes with a letter of authenticity from Bill Hornage dated 1991 which explains how his request to do the cards was carried through by the Deputy Postmaster-General. Pristine condition [10] Res £35
  28. CEYLON-Registered cover addressed to BERMUDA with a marginal inscriptional pair of the GEO VI 2 Rupee violet values tied by d/ring COLOMBO dated 3.3.1948. On the back is a New York transit mark dated 12.3.1948 Res £22
  29. CHILE-Small cover addressed to Germany with imperf 10c orange tied by SANTIAGO machine cancel dated 10.10.1898. At top is Spanish instruction for the mail to go via the MAGELLAN STRAITS and by British Ship Res £18
  30. CHINA-Commercial registered airmail cover addressed to Germany with s/line BY NETHERLANDS AIR MAIL on the front. On the back is an eight-stamp franking tied by SHANGHAI cancels dated 2.5.1935. Te cover would have travelled via Bangkok to Holland and then on to Germany-see illustration Res £25
  31. COCOS ISLAND-QANTAS Empire Airways postcard of a super Constellation addressed to South Africa with Australian 2d definitive & 1/- Colombo Plan value tied by the No.2 COCOS [KEELING] ISLANDS / INDIAN / DATE / OCEAN / AUST s/ring dated 13.10.1951 Res £25
  1. COCOS ISLAND-Registered cover to Cheshire, UK with mixed franking Malayan stamps including MALACCA QEII 4, 6, 10 & 35c values; Penang GEO VI 10c and Negri Sembilan 25c tied by s/rings COCOS/ISLAND dated 8.11.1955. At left is COCOS ISLAND registration label. Very nice-see illustration Res £45
  2. COCOS ISLAND-Real photo postcard of beach scene with boats etc., addressed to Bristol with Cocos 8d & a pair of 3d values tied by the No.3 COCOS [KEELING] ISLANDS cancels dated 8.2.1955 Res £25
  3. COCOS ISLAND-Real photo postcard “Highest landmark, Cocos Island” [ten feet tall!!] addressed to Dorset with 8d & 2 x 3d values tied by similar No.3 cancel dated February 1955 Res £22
  4. COCOS ISLAND-AUSTRALIAN QEII One shilling-halfpenny registered postal stationery envelope addressed to SINGAPORE with added Australian 3d & 2 x 1/- values tied by the No.1 cancel dated 10.12.1957. At left is COCOS [KEELING]/ISLANDS, AUST registration label-see illustration Res £65
  5. COCOS ISLAND-Commercial airmail cover from Cable & Wireless, Cocos addressed to Sydney with 2 x 1/- values tied by the No.1 cancel dated 13.1.1959-see illustration Res £35
  6. COCOS ISLAND-Real photo postcard of palm trees addressed to New Zealand with 5d airmail value tied by the No.2 cancel dated 8.3.1964 [not the best cancel] Res £22
  7. COCOS ISLAND-Real photo postcard of beach scene addressed to the UK with 8d & a pair of the 3d values tied by the No.3 cancels dated 13.11.1964. At the base of the card is the message “DELAYED HERE WITH AIRCRAFT FAULT-WILL PHONE YOU FROM LONDON” See illustration Res £35
  8. COCOS ISLAND-QEII 18c orange postal stationery registered envelope addressed to London with added 1c & 6c Cocos values tied by the No.3 cancel dated 10.3.1977 Res £22
  9. CYPRUS-Cover addressed to Egypt with 50th anniversary of British Rule value tied by s/ring SEA P.O/CYPRUS dated 5.2.1929. Alongside is unframed cachet in green ink S.S BILBEIS/CYPRUS-EGYPT Res £25
  10. CYPRUS-GEO VI 2 ½ Piastres registered postal stationery envelope size F with SPECIMEN overprint-superb! Res £22
  11. CYPRUS-Part envelope/parcel wrapper with GEO VI 1 ½ Piastres and a pair of the 2 ½ Piastres values tied by the scarce CUSTOME/[COAT-OF-ARMS]/LIMASSOL in blue ink-see illustration Res £40
  12. CYPRUS-GEO VI 3 Piastre registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to London with added ½ Piastre and a 3p Victory issue tied by oval registered cancels of NICOSIA dated September 1946. Centrally is struck the oval framed R registration mark Res £25
  13. CYPRUS-GEO VI 3 Piastre registered postal stationery envelope size H2 addressed to Bath with added GEO VI values from ¼ Piastre to 18 Piastres tied by oval registered cancels of NICOSIA dated 13.11.1948 Res £28
  14. CYPRUS-GEO VI ½ Piastre postal stationery newspaper wrapper addressed to Istanbul with added ½p value [corner damage] tied by NICOSIA d/ring dated 12.7.1949 Res £22
  15. CYPRUS-Small OHMS envelope addressed to New Jersey with GEO VI 6p & 9p values tied by d/ring of NICOSIA dated 4.8.1952 Res £8
  16. CZECHOSLOVAKIA-Stampless cover addressed to DOUDLEVOE, cancelled by d/ring PLZEN 2 dated 25.1.1919. taxed, the added stamps paying postage due have T cancels and are tied by d/ring DOUDLEVOE dated 27th January 1919 Res £15
  17. CZECHOSLOVAKIA-Unpaid postcard of Vouziers addressed to Prague and Vienna and just about everywhere else with 3 x 1d postage dues tied by PRAGUE cancels dated 27.9.1928. Three different redirectional & instructional marks are also struck on the address side-a very “busy” little thing! Res £12
  18. CZECHOSLOVAKIA-Map postcard of the “Greater Germany” including Bohemia, Moravia and Slovakia with Czech stampa overprinted WIR FIND/FREI with Swastika below, cancelled by special MAFFERSDORF cancels dated 8.10.1938 Res £22
  19. CZECHOSLOVAKIA / SUDETENLAND – Locally addressed commercial cover with 20Rpf Hindenburg value tied by local cancel WICKWITZ BEI KARLSBAD in black ink. Res £22
  20. CZECHOSLOVAKIA/SUDETENLAND-Real photo postcard of Ponikla with 10Rpf Hindenburg tied by s/line date 30 XII 1938 in black ink, alongside crude, unframed PONIKLA in the same black ink Res £22
  21. CZECHOSLOVAKIA-Airmail cover to the USA [first flight] from Prague with stamps tied by special cancel dated 17.6.1946. On arrival, the framed RETURNED TO SENDER/DO NOT POST AGAIN IN THIS/ENVELOPE OR WRAPPER was struck at left Res £15
  22. DANZIG-Plain postcard addressed to Regensburg with 10pf commem tied by special DANZIG/DER FUHRER/RAT UNS BEFREIT/DATE/EAGLE & SWASTIKA dated 1.9.1939. Alongside is d/ring DANZIG LANGFUHR 1 dated 27.9.1939 Res £12
  23. DENMARK/WWII/GERMAN PROPAGANDA-Propaganda leaflet written in English and sent to an Englishman in London from KORSOR on 26.8.1939. The leaflet argues about not going to war with Germany. Not seen this one before!! Res £45
  1. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-EDW VII ½ Anna postal stationery postcard addressed to Holland with added ½ Anna value tied by small d/rings MOMBASA/E.A.P dated 13.10.1906. Alongside is a larger s/ring cancel of the GERMAN SEA POST OFFICE dated the following day Res £22
  2. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-EDW VII 2 Anna registered postal stationery envelope size F addressed to Hamburg with added ½, 2 & 4 Anna values tied by MOMBASA/E.A.P cancels dated 6.3.1907-see illustration Res £45
  3. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-EDW VII 6c postal stationery envelope addressed to ITALY with added 1c x 3 and 3c x 2 tied by JINJA cancels dated 28.8.1908-see illustration Res £30
  4. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-EDW VII 2 Anna registered postal stationery envelope size F addressed to London with added pair of 6c values tied by larger s/ring cancels MOMBASA/E.A.P dated 5.1.1909. At left is appropriate registration label Res £30
  5. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-EDW VII 3c postal stationery postcard with printed details on the back of the “NAIROBI UNIT” with printed date of 4.12.1911. It would appear to be a military occasion where the Governor has agreed to give away the prizes!! Not postally used Res £15
  6. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-Small cover addressed to Staines with 6 x 1c GEO V values tied by MOMBASA cancels dated 23.12.1918 Res £15
  7. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-Postcard of a black-mane Lion addressed to Paris with 2 x 4 CENTS surcharge values tied by neat d/ring cancel NAVASHA/E.A.P dated 10.7.1920 Res £22
  8. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-Nice postcard of 6th Avenue, Nairobi addressed to Johannesburg with GEO V 6c tied by temporary s/ring cancel MOLD dated 5.8.1920 Res £18
  9. EAST AFRICA & UGANDA-GEO V 35c registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to KISUMU, cancelled by s/ring NAIROBI/BRIT E AFRICA dated 19.2.1921 Res £25
  10. EGYPT-Stampless postcard [not taxed] addressed to Eastbourne, cancelled by s/ring CONTINENTAL/CAIRO s/ring dated 28.1.1916 Res £7
  11. EGYPT-Postcard of Ceylon addressed to Denmark with Egyptian 10 Mil value tied by superb strike of the d/ring POSTAGENT BATAVIA AMSTERDAM dated 19.5.1931 Res £15
  12. EGYPT-First flight cover by Dutch airmail to Saigon with a five-stamp franking tied by PORT SAID TRAFFIC cancels dated 31.10.1931. Two stamps have slight staining, but there were only TEN FLOWN on this flight. See illustration Res £75
  13. EGYPT-Green active service “Honour” envelope addressed to Cairo, cancelled by EGYPT/11/POSTAGE/PREPAID cancel dated 2.4.1941. At bottom left isd/ring FRENCH/LIAISON d/ring cachet in violet ink Res £22
  14. EGYPT/P.O.W-Stampless plain postcard dated 27.4.1941, addressed to Alexandria with octagonal POSTA CENSOR mark in violet ink at top right. From an Italian interned at CAMP FAYED Res £18
  15. EGYPT-Similar plain postcard with 4m value tied by Retta diamond cancel on 21.7.1941 and the No.24 CENSORSHIP/DEPT censor in violet ink. Again, from Camp Fayed Res £18
  16. ESTONIA-Cover addressed to Germany with Hitler head 12Rpf tied by d/ring OSTLAND cancel dated 1.4.1943. At top is framed cachet and at left is the cachet of the Commander of the local police, Estland. Res £22
  17. ETHIOPIA-Registered cover to Holland with 1g & 4g values tied by French style dotted d/ring cancels ADIS ABABA/POSTES with a space for a removed word, dated 29.3.1909. On the back is the octagonal French Sea Post Office cancel LIGNE N/PAQ FR No.4 dated 17.4.1909 Res £45
  18. ETHIOPIA-Commercial cover addressed to London with 2g blue tied by d/ring HARRAR dated 9.8.1913 Res £45
  19. ETHIOPIA-Registered cover to Holland with mixed franking overprints & non-overprint values tied by d/rings ADDIS ABABA P.P dated 20.10.1923-see illustration Res £65
  20. ETHIOPIA-Commercial cover to France with a pair of 10g values with 1g overprints, tied by d/ring ADDIS ABABA dated 11.8.1926 Res £40
  21. ETHIOPIA-Registered cover addressed to Vienna with black on pink registration label of Addis Abeba. On the back is an irregular block of three of the ½g on $1 and a single 2 ½g on ½gcancelled by d/ring of ADDIS ABABA dated 31.5.1927. Also tying stamps on the back are the s/rings of ALEXANDRIA & PORT TAUFIQ-See illustration Res £65
  22. ETHIOPIA-Superb real photo postcard of “The Duke” being escorted in a procession to the “Station” addressed to Stourbridge with 1g overprint on 12g tied by ADDIS ABABA d/ring in blue ink, dated 20.7.1927 Res £35
  23. ETHIOPIA-Cover addressed to St paul’s College, Cheltenham with a strip of four of the 12g on $1 values cancelled by ADDIS ABABA d/rings in blue ink dated 19.10.1927. One of the stamps in the strip shows the variety “Broken second e in Guerche” Res £65
  24. ETHIOPIA-Cover with a ten-stamp franking 1/8th to 3 Thalers values with overprints tied by d/rings of ADDIS ABABA dated 2.11.1936 Res £65
  25. ETHIOPIA-“Doctor” postcard addressed to Paris with 1c, 2c & 5c values tied by d/ring cancels of ADDIS ABABA dated 3.5.1952 Res £8
  26. ETHIOPIA-30c postal stationery airmail letter sheet addressed to the BBC in London with overprint and 40c surcharge to the stamp impression, cancelled by s/ring ASMARA dated 5.6.1974 Res £15
  27. FALKLAND ISLANDS-Two post forms, one in blue & the other, white. [2] Res £10
  28. FALKLAND ISLANDS-Cover addressed to Middlesex and returned to Stanley with a strip of four of the QEII Coronation values tied by s/rings PORT STANLEY dated 4.6.1953 Res £22
  29. FALKLAND ISLANDS-Airmail letter sheet addressed to the FI Company, London with a pair of the 3d birds issue tied by weak s/ring of Port Stanley dated 29.7.1968. The typed letter tells of life on the islands with reference to social affairs, workload, what the neighbours are up to etc., etc. Res £12
  30. FALKLAND ISLANDS-Specially printed Christmas 1980 postal stationery airmail letter sheet addressed to the FI Company in London with the POSTAGE/10p/PAID cancelled by s/ring Port Stanley dated 5.12.1980. Uncommon item of stationery & not at all readily available!! Res £18
  31. FALKLAND ISLANDS/MISSENT MAIL-Cover addressed to Bluff Cove Farm from Switzerland on 20.12.1985 with framed MISSENT TO MALE at left in black ink Res £12
  32. FALKLAND ISLANDS/MISSENT MAIL-Cover from the UK addressed to Port Howard with framed MISSENT TO/ADELAIDE/SOUTH AUSTRALIA struck in violet ink below ADELAIDE MAIL CENTRE rubber cancel dated18.11.1997. The cover arrived at Mount Pleasant two days later Res £12
  33. FEZZAN GHADAMES-“Doctor” card addressed to Belgium with 2f & 3f French occupation [of southern Libya] values tied by s/ring SEBHA/FEZZAN dated 16.3.1950-mail from here is scarce Res £20
  34. FIJI-OHMS Government Printing Office newspaper wrapper addressed to Sydney, cancelled by the exploding star cancel, Ca. 1897 Res £15
  35. FIJI-GEO V 2d registered postal stationery envelope size G in good unused condition with overprint SPECIMEN on the back Res £12
  36. FIJI/AIRMAIL/KINGSFORD-SMITH Series of seven photographs of aviator Kingsford-Smith and his aircraft in Fiji. These are taken from the original plates and were made available in very limited numbers. Superb condition ex-John Millener collection [7] Res £18
  37. FIJI-SCARCE EDW VIII 3d piece in uncirculated condition together with original dealers invoice Res £25
  38. FIJI-Cover from RMMS AORANGI addressed to Illinois with a pair of ½d & 1d GEO VI values tied by SUVA cancels dated 24.6.1938 Res £9
  39. FIJI/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover addressed to Leicester with GEO VI 2d tied by BA s/ring dated 31.7.1939. At left is the framed T mark with 40c inserted. Converted to 4d in the UK, the 2 x 2d postage dues are tied by s/ring on arrival Res £22
  40. FIJI-Cover addressed to Kent with GEO VI 1d & 1½d values tied by LAUTOKA d/rings dated 12.6.1944. On the back is the Savings Bank Account slogan of Suva dated 14.6.1944-no censor markings Res £15
  41. FIJI-Crude newspaper wrapper addressed to Northern Ireland with GEO VI ½d tied by BUCA BAY/FIJI s/ring dated 10.3.1949. At left is the oval cachet of the SOUTH SEA ISLANDS CORRESPONDENCE CLUB Res £12
  42. FINLAND-Complete 1.25 + 1.25 postal stationery postcards with both portions being used and still attached. The outward portion is cancelled by d/ring TPO cancel dated 4.5.1937 and the return portion is cancelled by d/ring MEIJERHOVI dated the same day Res £18
  43. FRANCE-Postcard of the “Colonial Garden at the Tunisian Pavilion” addressed to Paris with the 5c stamp tied by s/ring NOGENT MARNE/EXPOSITION COLONIALE dated 9.7.1905-a scarce cancel Res £25
  44. FRANCE-Lovely postcard marking 100 years of “Du Facteur Rural” in conjunction with the LYON Philatelic Exhibition of 1931. The card is addressed to Nancy and has brown & blue imperf publicity labels tied to the address side by 3rd May 1931 cancels. On the back is 50c + 10c war orphans value tied by red inked PHILATELIC EXHIBITION s/ring dated 2nd Carried on the Lyon-Paris-Nancy special flight Res £25
  45. FRANCE-ORIGINAL 1932 AIRMAIL POSTER By A.M Cassandre in absolute excellent condition apart from a small 1 inch closed tear at the bottom. Would look lovely framed Res £65
  46. FRANCE-ORIGINAL AIRMAIL POSTER Depicting the globe and French routes to South America and the Far East. Must be early; Ca. 1932. No tears, but a little light rusting at top edge-would look superb framed Res £65
  47. FRANCE-1937 Airmail exhibition advertising item showing various passenger rates to destinations. Inside are printed facsimile postmarks for various exhibitions in France during 1937 including the Paris Exposition, the Trocadero Exhibition; Tourism Exhibition and Colonies Exhibition Res £12
  48. FRANCE/POSTAGE DUE-Cover sent airmail from RUTHERGLEN, Glasgow addressed to Marseille with GEO VI 2½d tied by d/ring dated 8.12.1937. On arrival, a 10c & 2f postage due were affixed & tied by s/rings dated 10.12.1937 Res £8
  49. FUJEIRA-Airmail cover addressed to Norfolk with 10 & 15NP values tied by the hexagonal cancel FUJEIRA dated 2.2.1966 Res £8
  50. GAMBIA-Airmail cover [Royal Mail Lines crested envelope] addressed to Scotland with GEO VI values ½d to 1/- tied by s/rings BATHURST/GAMBIA dated 12.4.1938. Endorsed at the top left “DLH” indicating by German Airmail Res £20
  51. GAMBIA-Registered cover addressed to the Bank of British West Africa, Gold Coast with GEO VI ½d, 2d & 3d values tied by oval registered cancels of GPO GAMBIA dated 1.3.1945. The Bathurst registration label is similarly tied Res £15
  52. GAMBIA-Registered airmail cover addressed to Glasgow with GEO VI 1½d x 2, 6d & 2/- values tied by GPO GAMBIA registered cancels dated 9.4.1945. Nice item! Res £25
  53. GAMBIA-Longer OHMS cover to Missouri with 1d definitive, 2 x 1½d and a single 3d Victory values tied by GPO GAMBIA registered cancels dated 27.11.1946, arriving in Baltimore on Christmas Eve. Slightly reduced at left edge Res £18
  54. GAMBIA-Specially produced FDC for the 1949 UPU issue addressed to Rangoon, BURMA with the four values tied by a single d/ring cancel of BATHURST dated 10.10.1949, arriving on 11.11.1949 Res £12
  55. GAMBIA-Commercial cover addressed to Copenhagen, Denmark with a pair of the 1½d UPU values and a single 1/- UPU value tied by d/ring BATHURST cancels dated 23.11.1949 Res £22
  56. GAMBIA-Small cover addressed to the USA from the Canadian Warship HMCS “FULLADU” with 1d Coronation value tied by d/ring TPO No.2/RIVER GAMBIA dated 14.5.1950 Res £15
  57. GAMBIA-Registered Airmail cover to Chicago with GEO VI 3d x 2, 6d & 1/- values tied by GPO GAMBIA registered cancels dated 31.7.1950 Res £15
  58. GERMANY, NORTHERN-Cover addressed to New Orleans, USA with 4 x 1gr roulette issues [SG7] tied by framed GNADENBERG cancels dated 31st March 18 [1868]. On the back is the wafer seal with a Gothic message Res £22
  59. GERMANY, PRUSSIA-Very clean wrapper addressed to ST PETERSBURG with imperf SG 37 3gr tied by lovely d/ring cancel KOENIGSBERG PR dated 17.11.1867. At left is s/line FRANCO in red ink Res £25
  60. GERMANY, NORTHERN-Cover addressed to Newcastle with SG 10 roulette 5gr tied by superb d/ring NORTHEIM dated 18.5.1868. Endorsed Via Ostend, arriving two days later Res £18
  61. GERMANY, NORTHERN-Entire addressed to DERSDORF with SG 3 roulette value tied by superb s/ring HAMBURG I.A dated 28.7.1868-see illustration Res £22
  62. GERMANY, NORTHERN-Wrapper addressed to Berlin with SG 23, 25 & 28 tied by s/rings WEISBADEN dated 13.3.1870. Nice EXPRESS MAIL item Res £22
  63. GERMANY, NORTHERN-Wrapper addressed to Berlin at the registered rate of 4gr with 1 & 3gr values tied by WEISBADEN s/ring dated 1870 Res £15
  64. GERMANY, NORTHERN/OFFICIAL MAIL-Wrapper with the 1g black & pale brown tied by framed cancel of MEYENBURG/REG DEZ POTSDAM dated 5.11.1870 Res £10
  65. GERMANY, NORTHERN/OFFICIAL MAIL-Wrapper as previous lot with ½gr official tied by same cancel as previous lot, dated 9.5.1871 Res £12
  66. GERMANY “SARA” LETTER-Third Reich period airmail letter to Detroit, USA with 5 & 60Rpf Hindenburg values tied by d/ring HAMBURG dated 25.6.1941. The senders details on the back include the name “SARA” which was to be put on the back of all letters if the writer was Jewish. The Frankfurt censor tape is tied by Eagle & Swastika marks Res £22
  67. GERMANY/WWII-FELDPOST Cover addressed to Weimar with LUFTFELDPOST airmail label tied by Feldpost cancel [no number included] dated 14.7.1942. At left is the Feldpost cachet from No.13927A which was the office of the ROMANIAN HARBOURMASTER, ODESSA Res £22
  68. GERMANY/WWII-LUFTFELDPOST Letter sheet addressed to Vienna with blue airmail stamp tied by Eagle & Swastika Feldpost cancel dated 1.1.1943. The senders details are given as being at FPO 12833E at Stalingrad Res £18
  69. GERMANY/POST-WAR RED CROSS MAIL-Cover addressed to the Red Cross with 25 & 50Pf values from the 1st Allied Control Commission issue tied by BERLIN North [French Sector] cancel dated 4.6.1946 Res £15
  70. GERMANY/POST-WAR MUTILATION OF POSTAL STATIONERY-Former Hitler head postal stationery postcard with the stamp impression removed and Nazi slogan blacked out, addressed to Bad-Weissee with a new value of 5Pfg and added 1 & 6Pf values from the 1946 issue tied by WURZBURG cancel dated 1.7.1946. Res £25
  71. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-Cover addressed to Berlin with a lovely pair of the 10 PESA overprints on 20Pf values tied by DAR-ES-SALAAM s/rings dated 5.3.1894-see illustration Res £45
  72. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-3 PESA Overprint on German 5PF postal stationery postcard addressed to Dar-Es-Salaam, cancelled by large s/ring BAGAMOYO dated 28.8.1897. The arrival mark is at top left and is dated 30.8.1897. Comes with complete message Res £30
  73. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-3 PESA overprint pictorial postal stationery postcard [coloured] of KILWA addressed to Berlin with added 3 Pesa overprint tied by s/ring TANGA dated 21.4.1898. The arrival mark at left is dated 12.5.1898 Res £50
  74. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-5 PESA overprinted pictorial postal stationery postcard [coloured] of TANGA addressed to Berlin cancelled by s/ring MOSCHI dated 29.5.1898. At left is transit of TANGA dated 30.5.1898 and the Berlin arrival mark dated 28.6.1898-see illustrations Res £50
  75. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-Cover addressed to Dar-Es-Salaam with 5 PESA overprint tied by s/ring KILWA dated 19.3.1899, arriving in Dar on the 21st Res £25
  76. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-3 PESA overprinted postcard addressed to Germany, cancelled by s/ring MOHORRO dated 16.9.1899. At left are transit s/rings of KILWA & DAR-ES-SALAAM dated 21st & 29th respectively Res £25
  77. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-5 PESA overprinted pictorial postal stationery postcard [coloured] of BAGAMOYO addressed to Berlin, cancelled by s/ring DAR-ES-SALAAM dated 9.12.1899. The Berlin arrival mark at left is dated 16.1.1900 Res £50
  78. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-German un-overprinted 2Pf postal stationery postcard addressed to Leipzig with added 2pf x 2 tied by BAGAMOYO dated 20.1.1901. At left is transit s/ring of DAR-ES-SALAAM dated the next day-see illustration Res £45
  79. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-Real photo postcard of the Government Gardens, Tanga addressed to Germany with a vertical pair of the 2 Pesa yacht types tied by s/rings TANGA dated 5.8.1901, arriving in Braunschweig on 7.9.1901 Res £22
  80. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-Scarce real photo PICTORIAL POSTAL STATIONERY POSTCARD of Mombasa addressed to Germany with the 2½ Heller brown postal stationery imprint cancelled by d/ring TANGA dated 5.3.1908. Why Mombasa-it’s not even German!! See both illustrations Res £50
  81. GERMAN EAST AFRICA-4 Heller postal stationery postcard addressed to Bohemia with added 4 Heller value tied by s/ring KILOSSA dated 8.10.1909, arriving one month later Res £25
  82. GHANA-4d registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to Manchester with 6d & 1/- Independence overprints on the back, tied by d/ring ADUBIA/GOLD COAST dated 15.5.1957. The blank registration label has manuscript ADUBIA in red ink Res £15
  83. GHANA-Cover addressed to KPONG with 1½d & 3d Independence issues overprinted and tied by s/lines GHANA in black ink. The cover was taxed 1d and has the Gold Coast 1d postage due tied by s/line GHANA and s/ring LABADI/GOLD COAST dated 24.7.1957 Res £22
  84. GHANA-6d registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to Leicester with added 1/3d Ghana Airways stamp tied by s/ring SALT POND C4/GHANA dated 11.10.1958. The blank registration label has manuscript SALTPOND in red ink Res £12
  85. GIBRALTAR-Censored WWII cover to Ipswich with GEO VI 2d tied by Travel Key slogan dated 24.10.1939 with two strikes of the triangular Gibraltar censor mark No.2 in green ink Res £10
  86. GIBRALTAR-Censored cover addressed to London with GEO VI ½d x 2, 1d; 1½d x 2 and a 2d value tied by d/rings FIELD POST OFFICE/475 dated 6.7.1942. At bottom left is tombstone RAF censor No.142 Res £12
  1. GIBRALTAR-Censored cover addressed to the Royal Naval Coastal Forces Base, Gibraltar from a fellow naval officer on board a ship at the Brooklyn Naval Yard [complete with letter] with 30c airmail value tied by NAVY YARD machine cancel dated 17.9.1942. Censored on board the ship, again by the US authorities and again in Bermuda, arriving on 16.10.1942 Res £18
  2. GIBRALTAR-Registered cover addressed to Zurich with GEO VI £1 orange tied by s/ring registered cancel on 19.2.1947. The registration and airmail labels are similarly tied-see illustration Res £50
  3. GIBRALTAR-Souvenir pictorial registered envelope with images of a naval and bull-fighting nature on the front. At top left are unused GEO VI values including New Constitution values [which date it to 1950 at it’s earliest. Folded in half, very clean and unused Res £25
  4. GIBRALTAR-QEII 4d registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to Bournemouth with added 3d Rock value tied by registered s/ring dated 17.5.1958 Res £18
  5. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Registered cover to London with GEO VI ½d to 3d values [6] tied by d/ring TARAWA colony cancels dated 22.5.1939. The Sydney RS s/ring on the back is dated 20.6.1939 Res £22
  6. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Crested government envelope addressed to Beckenham with GEO VI 1½d tied by TARAWA Colony cancel dated 25.3.1940. Not censored Res £15
  7. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Censored cover to the USA with 3 x 1½d GEO VI values tied by s/ring cancels of FANNING ISLAND dated 31.1.1944. At left is U.S censor tape and at bottom right is the framed GILBERT & ELLICE/ISLANDS COLONY/PASSED BY CENSOR/No.1 in black ink Res £35
  8. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Censored cover to the USA with GEO VI 3d tied by FANNING ISLAND s/ring dated 21.3.1944. The US censor tape at left is tied by similar framed censor mark to previous lot-see illustration Res #35
  9. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Cover addressed to Scotland with GEO VI 2/- tied by d/ring POST OFFICE-TARAWA/GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS COLONY dated 20.11.1945 Res £22
  10. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Cover addressed to Wellington with a marginal inscriptional pair of the GEO VI 1d values tied by d/rings POST OFFICE/NIUTAO dated 1.10.1946 Res £22
  11. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Addressed to Bridport with a pair of GEO VI 1d values tied by d/ring POST OFFICE/NANUMEA dated 31.11.1946 Res £22
  12. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Registered cover to Grimsby with GEO VI 1d and the 2 Victory set values tied by d/rings POST OFFICE/NONOUTI dated 5.9.1948. Below is the registered cachet of TARAWA Res £22
  1. GILBERT & ELLICE ISLANDS-Registered cover to Surrey with a pair of GEO VI 1½d and a single 2d tied by d/rings POST OFFICE/NUKULAELAE dated 13.7.1950. Below is the framed registered cachet of FUNAFUTI in black ink Res £22
  2. GOLD COAST/WAR TAX-Montgomery Ward pre-addressed cover with GEO V ½d, 2 x 1d & a 1d WAR TAX overprint tied by d/rings MUMFORD/GOLD COAST dated 30.6.1919 Res £25
  3. GOLD COAST-Registered cover to London with GEO VI 2d x 3, 3d & 9d values tied by d/rings NAVRONGO dated 6.4.1946. At top left is the appropriate registration label Res £18
  4. GREECE-5c postal stationery postcard addressed to Trieste with added 5c tied by d/ring. On the back is the oval cachet of FILIPPO CAVADIA / AGENTE / DEL LLOYD AUSTRIA CO / STA MAURA in violet ink. The Trieste arrival mark on the front is dated 9.10.1907 Res £25
  5. GREECE/ALBANIA-Cover addressed [on the back] to the Hotel Richemont with five Albanian values on the front with Greek overprints and currency surcharges in Paras & Grosh. All are tied by circular framed rubber cancels in Greek with spread-eagled bird at centre. Nice looker Res £25
  6. GRENADA-Cover addressed to Wimbledon with GEO VI 6c tied by s/ring GROCHU GRENADA/B.W.I dated 19.4.1952. Alongside is the d/ring version dated the same day Res £18
  7. GRENADA-Crested envelope from the Hotel Santa Maria [with headed notepaper contents sent airmail cover to the UK with QEII 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 & 25c values affixed & tied by s/rings GPO GRENADA/B.W.I dated 14.11.1958. At left is UK “Found Open and Officially Sealed” tape tied by s/line date 19.11.1958 in violet ink Res £8
  8. HAITI-Real photo postcard of Cape Haitian harbour addressed to New York with 10c value tied by the Dutch maritime marking KNSM/SS CALYPSO/DATED dated 19.7.1939 Res £9
  9. HONG KONG/CHINA-Cover addressed to the London Mission, Shanghai with GB QV 4d sage green from plate 16 [IQ-QI] tied by LONDON W-W/15 duplex cancel dated 11.12.1879. On the back is the s/ring transit mark HONG KONG dated 22.1.1880 with index A. Some foxing, but stamp is very good and has huge catalogue value used on cover. Res £75
  10. HONG KONG/CHINA-Postcard of Shanghai addressed to Bristol with EDW VII Hong Kong 4c tied by s/ring SHANGHAI/BR P.O dated 7.9.1910 with index D Res £25
  11. HONG KONG-Airmail cover addressed to Fleet, Hants with GEO V 50c tied by d/ring HONG KONG/AIR MAIL dated 26.3.1936. Below is the first flight cachet by Imperial Airways for the through service to London via Penang Res £22
  12. HONK KONG-Very striking cover addressed to London with a strip of three & a single GEO V 30c values tied by equally spectacular d/ring cancels HONG KONG/AIR MAIL dated 19.6.1936. Carried by KLM and has unframed KLM/AIR MAIL cachet at top left in violet ink-see illustration Res £25
  13. HONK KONG-Air mail FDC for the Victory pair with both values tied by d/rings REGISTERED/HONG KONG dated 29.8.1946 Res £18
  14. HUNGARY/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover with 10f green airmail stamp tied by BUDAPEST d/ring dated 19.7.1934. The cover was refused on arrival, so two attempts were made to get the postage due fee paid by means of two 10f on 80f overprint postage dues Res £12
  15. HOLLAND-Very clean entire addressed to Amsterdam from Rotterdam, dated 13.4.1702. At bottom left is a superb strike of the Amsterdam 3 Stuyver cancel with R over O at centre-see illustration Res £150
  16. HOLLAND-Lovely example of the French Postal Service in Napoleonic Holland with entire dated 1806 addressed to Lille from Amsterdam on 6.10.1806. At top left is the unframed 92/GAND in black ink. Rated at 9 Decimes. Carried privately to Ghent and put into the postal system there Res £45
  17. HOLLAND-Wrapper addressed to AARLANDERVEEN on 12.6.1811 with superb unframed 119/LA HAYE at top right Res £45
  18. HOLLAND/EXPRESS MAIL-Commercial cover addressed to BLOEMENDAAL with 20c definitive tied by d/ring ROTTERDAM dated 12.3.1915. At bottom left is the framed EXPRESSE and s/line GRIEVENBUS in the same blue-black ink Res £15
  19. HOLLAND/INTERNMENT CAMP MAIL-Cover [back flap missing] addressed to BELGIUM with a green label tied by INTERNEERINGS DEPOT/1e AFDGELING/ HARDERWIJK in violet ink and Harderwijk town cancel dated 10.2.1915. The cover was returned by the Germans as being “INADMISSIBLE”-Lovely item-see illustration Res £125
  20. HOLLAND/DETAINED MAIL-Cover addressed to Liverpool from SASSENHEIM on 7.11.1916, released by the Germans on 14.2.1919 & returned to sender. On the back is a label with German text dated 1917 Res £60
  21. HOLLAND-Cover from Amsterdam to Constanz, Switzerland at the 42½c rate made up of the 1924 & 1926 child charity issues, tied by d/rigs dated 11.7.1927. With various German airmail cachets of Hannover and Frankfurt; registered label, air mail label and unclaimed mail making a nice little item-see illustration Res £40
  1. HOLLAND-FIRST FLIGHT TO THAILAND-Scarce cover [one of just 113 letters varied to Thailand] addressed to TUNG SONG, Thailand, carried on the first EXPERIMENTAL flight of the 13th September 1928 at the double 75c rate for registration. The mail was jettisoned at Bangkok as the aircraft couldn’t land on the 25th September-see illustration Res £100
  2. HOLLAND-EMERGENCY ICE-FLIGHT-One of just 16 carried covers on the emergency airmail from Amsterdam to Terschelling in the ice-bound Dutch islands of the North Sea between 11.2.19129 and 16.3.1929. This one flown on the 1.3.1929 and with transit marks of HOORN dated 5th March & 10th Scarce item which also advertises an aero-philatelic exhibition on the back!! Res £100
  3. HOLLAND/ZEPPELIN FLIGHT-Postcard addressed to Amsterdam with four-stamp German franking on the picture side tied by d/rings LUFTSCHIFF/GRAF ZEPPELIN dated 11.11.1930. On the address side are two different Graff Zeppelin cachets in blue or violet ink. Lovely item! Res £55
  4. HOLLAND/ZEPPELIN FLIGHT-Postcard addressed to Rotterdam with 40c orange airmail value & 10c definitive tied by d/rings ENSCHEDE dated 18.6.1932, arriving at Rotterdam on the 18th & with a further strike alongside of the 21st.. The windmill cachet is at left marking the third & final Zeppelin flight to Holland Res £55
  5. HOLLAND/WWII-Stampless postcard addressed to the parents of a trooper in B Brigade at BENEDEN LEEUWEN, cancelled by d/ring dated 20.11.1939. He won’t be home for Christmas, but will be home for St Nicholas on the 5th December Res £15
  6. HOLLAND-FIRST POST-WAR FLIGHT BY MILITARY MAIL TO LONDON-Dutch East Indies adapted 3½c postal stationery postcard for use in Holland and re-valued at 5c sent registered mail to the UK with added stamps to 37½c tied by ZUIDERPARKLAAN d/ring dated 13.8.1945 Res £28
  7. HOLLAND/AUSTRALIA/POSTAGE DUE-Fully paid airmail cover to the SS “DORSETSHIRE” at Indonesia, redirected to Holland and taxed 26c with the 25c & 1c dues tied on 5.6.1950 Res £15
  8. DUTCH EAST INDIES-Wrapper addressed to Batavia, cancelled by oval cancel SOURABAYA/ONGEFRANKEERD with manuscript rate of 300 at centre. Cover is dated 9th April 1840, arriving on 9th The 300 rate cannot be explained from existing rate lists from this period-see illustration Res £95
  9. DUTCH EAST INDIES-Wrapper addressed to REMBANG, cancelled by green-inked oval SMARANG/ONGEFRANKEERD in 1852. Also with 5 local stamps impressed in red on the front [4] & 1 on the back Res £85
  10. DUTCH EAST INDIES-Entire addressed to BUITENZORG, cancelled by blue-inked oval cancel of BATAVIA/[POST HORN]/ONGENFRANKEERD on 6.4.1855; eight years later than recorded by de Beer. Res £95
  11. DUTCH EAST INDIES-25c violet postal stationery envelope addressed to Austria, cancelled by d/ring AMBARAWA dated 15.8.1884. Alongside is a very good unframed NED INDIE/OVER/NAPELS in black. The cover travelled via WELTEVREDEN on the 18th, transiting Trieste on the 23rd September Res £40
  12. DUTCH EAST INDIES-7½c cent brown postal stationery postcard addressed to Rotterdam, cancelled by superb MALANG d/ring dated 1.7.1886. Alongside is framed NED INDIE/VIA MARSEILLE in black ink. Transit marks of SOERABAJA and WELTEVREDEN, arriving on 17th August-see illustration Res £30
  13. DUTCH EAST INDIES-VERY SCARCE First flight cover from ELTEVREDEN to TELOK BETONG. Just 29 postcards & 62 letters were carried on this first internal flight. Carried by Dutch Naval Aircraft Flying Boat W2 on 26.4.1920-see illustration Res £200
  14. DUTCH EAST INDIES-First flight cover by KNILM from WELTREVEDEN to SEMARANG with 12½c and 10c LUCHTPOST overprint tied by WELTEVREDEN cancels dated 31.10.1928. Just 610g of mail carried on this flight Res £125
  15. DUTCH EAST INDIES-First flight cover from SEMARANG to ADELAIDE with the special 1 Guilder 1st flight stamp tied by the ABEL TASMAN cachet dated 11.5.1931. On the back is a lovely KLM advertising label [not tied] alongside arrival mark dated 19th May-see illustrations Res £65
  16. DUTCH EAST INDIES-2 CENTS overprint on 1cent green change of address postal stationery postcard addressed to Amsterdam with added 30c on 40c rose airmail value tied by d/ring BATAVIA dated 3.10.1932 Res £22
  17. DUTCH EAST INDIES-First flight cover from BALIKPAPAN to BATAVIA with 10c airmail & 2 x 1c values tied by BALIKPAPAN d/rings dated 9.2.1936 at the printed paper rate. Below is the pictorial 1st flight cachet JAVA-BORNEO/BALIKPAPAN dated February 1936 Res £22
  18. DUTCH EST INDIES-Inaugural first return flight postcard carried on the Tarakan-Bandjermasin flight of 11.1.1937. Card carries both cachets and both cancels Res £25
  19. IFNI-“Doctor” card addressed to Canada with 25c black tied by d/ring SIDI IFNI dated 8.5.1962 Res £8
  20. INDIA-POSTCARD of Mount KINCHINJUNGA addressed to Essex with EDW VII 1 Anna tied by s/ring railway cancel A-76 TUNDLA DAY dated 9.11.1906 Res £20
  1. INDIA/QUETTA EARTHQUAKE, 1927-Scarcer cover from the 1927 earthquake [normally mail is found from the 1935 earthquake] addressed to London with 2 x GB GEO V 1½d values tied by d/ring QUETTA dated 8.10.1927. GB stamps were utilised as there was no access to the Indian stamps after the earthquake Res £45
  2. INDIA DUTCH AIRMAIL-Very scarce Dutch airmail Trial Flight addressed to Rangoon from Calcutta and carried on the Dutch Indo-Burma flight of 20.9.1928, arriving the following day. Only 11 covers were carried on this leg-see illustration Res £200
  3. INDIA, FRENCH-“Doctor” card addressed to Belgium with 2c & 2 x 4c values tied by large s/rings PONDICHERRY dated 16.2.1947 Res £15
  4. INDO CHINA-ACCELERATED REGISTERED AIRMAIL From HAIPHONG to Paris with 20c & $1 values tied by s/rings HAI-PHONG dated 10.1.1930 with a transit mark of SAIGON dated 15.1.1930. At bottom right is the scarce cachet PAR MALLE AERIENNE/HOLLANDAISE in red ink. On the back is a further Saigon cancel dated two days earlier. Carried on the 7th Trial Return flight [and last flight]-see illustration Res £85
  5. INDO CHINA-ACCELERATED REGISTERED AIRMAIL From HA-GIANG to Troyes, France with 30c & 40c values tied by s/rings dated 8.10.1930, as are the CANTON 16 CENTS overprints on 40c values. See illustration Res £75
  6. ITALY-Patriotic ITALIAN RED CROSS postcard with printed date of September 1901 at Naples-not postally used Res £15
  7. ITALY/TRIESTE-Postcard addressed to Essex with Italian 10c value overprinted VENEZIA/HIULIA, tied by TRIESTE d/ring dated 15.12.1918. Short-lived issue Res £22
  8. JAMAICA/WAR TAX-Commercial cover from Daniel Finzi of Kingston addressed to Boston, USA with 5 x ½d WAR STAMP overprints tied by KINGSTON machine cancel dated 23.12.1916. Clear to see the different types of thickness of the overprints Res £22
  9. JAMAICA/WAR TAX/VARIETY-Locally addressed cover to Kingston with 1½d value showing the variety “INVERTED V FOR A IN STAMP” tied by SAVANNAH LA MAR s/ring dated 2.7.1919 Res £35
  10. JAMAICA-Cover addressed to Atherstone, UK with GEO V ½d tied by BUY BRITISH GOODS/CROWN slogan of Kingston dated 16.4.1940 Res £12
  11. JAPAN/AUSTRALIA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover from Sydney addressed to MATSUMOTO CITY with 2 x 3½d QEII values tied by machine dated 26.5.1953. Taxed 3 Centimes in Sydney, the cover has bilingual Japanese/English framed tax mark indicating 80 Sen to pay Res £12
  1. U.T-YMCA Illustrated postcard “Your Memory Clings Always” [YMCA] by Arnie Stokoe with “Greetings From East Africa” printed at base. On the address side is the red inked overprint ON ACTIVE SERVICE IN EAST AFRICA-Pristine condition & not postally used-see illustration Res £25
  2. U.T-Registered airmail cover to Germany with the GEO V 1/- value tied by registered oval cancel of NAIROBI dated 17.9.1925. At bottom left is the frank & facsimile signature of Freeman, the acting chief accountant at the Post & Telegraph Office. On the back is the complete seal of the Postmaster-General, Nairobi Res £30
  3. U.T-First flight cover addressed to London, carried on the first flight from KISUMU to Khartoum with 2 x 10c & a 50c value tied by NAIROBI cancels dated 28.1.1927. Alongside is the skeleton cancel in red ink KENYA-SUDAN/1st/DATE/AIR MAIL dated 15.2.1927-see illustration Res £45
  4. U.T-GEO V 50c registered postal stationery envelope size H [the long one] addressed to Nairobi, cancelled by RUMURUTI/KENYA cancel dated 2.5.1930. The blank registration label has the violet-inked unframed RUMURUTI cancel Res £25
  5. U.T/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover from MARLBOROUGH, Wilts with 1d & 6d GEO V values tied by d/rings dated 7.2.1933. No UK tax marks, but with unframed T-TO PAY........CENTS/INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID in violet ink at bottom left, indicating 1/- to pay. The 20c & 2 x 40c values are tied by large s/ring cancels of NAKUU/KENYA dated 13.2.1933-see illustration Res £65
  6. U.T-Illustrated envelope of the Palace Hotel, Mombasa addressed to Budapest, Hungary with GEO V 5, 20 & 50c values tied by NIROBI s/rings dated 23.3.1935, arriving in Hungary on 31.9.1935, via Athens Res £22
  7. U.T-Plain postcard addressed to Germany with GEO V 1c block of 4 and a single as well as a pair of 5c values tied by ELDORET/KENYA cancels dated 5.10.1935. The single 1c is tied by blue dumb cancel only Res £22
  8. U.T-Registered, neat OHMS cover addressed to Philadelphia with the single 65c franking tied by d/ring NAIROBI/REGISTERED dated 27.5.1937. On the back are transit marks of Mombasa, New York & Philadelphia Res £30
  9. U.T-Surface rate cover to London with GEO VI 15c & 20c on 6d South African overprint tied by Mombasa cancel dated 28.10.1941. On the back is the black on blue label THEY ALSO/SERVE/WHO SAVE Res £25
  10. U.T/WWII-The Edgar Longman illustrated Christmas Airmail letter sheet “From The Middle East” addressed to Perth, Scotland with GEO VI 50c tied by E.A/A.P.O 2 dated 22.11.1942. At bottom left is the square RAF censor No.530 Res £22
  1. U.T/WWII-25c postal stationery letter sheet addressed to Surrey with licence N4 cancelled by d/ring E.A/A.P.O 72 dated 4.5.1944. At left is the crowned shield censor No.4931 in violet ink-exhibition quality Res £25
  2. U.T/WWII-Christmas 1944 “Greetings from East Africa” illustrated airmail letter sheet addressed to Norwich, cancelled by d/ring E.A/APO 2 dated 24.11.1944 and by framed DEPUTY-CHIEF FIELD-CENSOR/RECEIVED cachet dated 25.1.1944. At left is RAF diamond censor No.86-see illustration Res £35
  3. U.T-GEO VI 30c registered postal stationery envelope size H2 addressed to Glasgow with added pair of the South African 70c on 1/- overprints tied by d/rings E.A/APO 2 dated 3.5.1945. The blank registration label is similarly tied. At bottom left is the shield censor No.278 Res £25
  4. U.T-Airmail cover to New York with scarcer rectangular framed O.A.T struck at right in red ink. The 15c & 3/- values are tied by partial Mombasa cancels dated 10.1.1946-see illustration Res £40
  5. U.T-GEO VI 30c registered postal stationery envelope size H2 addressed to Paris with added 30c UPU value tied by LIMURU/KENYA d/ring dated 23.3.1950. Alongside is the registered d/ring of Nairobi dated the same day Res £22
  6. U.T-GEO VI 30c registered postal stationery envelope [different format to previous lot addressed to ADDIS ABABA with 10c, 15c, 25c, 30c & 40c values on the back, tied by RUMURUTI/KENYA cancels dated 7.9.1952. On the front is Nairobi registered transit dated the following day and at bottom left is the d/ring arrival mark dated 12.4.1952 Res £25
  7. U.T-GEO VI 10c grey postal stationery postcard addressed to Stellanbosch, South Africa with added 10c x 2 & single 20c tied by d/rings NAIROBI-KENYA dated 21.2.1953 Res £22
  8. U.T-GEO VI 10c grey postal stationery postcard addressed to Nairobi, cancelled by MAU SUMMIT/KENYA cancel dated 19.6.1953-see illustration Res £22
  9. U.T-Formula registered envelope addressed to Dublin with added QEII 20c x 2, 50c & 1/- values tied by skeleton cancels KALOLENI/KENYA dated 10.9.1957. The blank registration label has manuscript KALOLENI in blue ink Res £18
  10. U.T-Airmail cover addressed to OSIEK, Yugoslavia with QEII 5c & 30c values tied by NAKURU d/rings dated 13.12.1957 and by large, framed INSUFFICIENTLY PAID/FOR TRANSMISSION/BY AIR MAIL in violet ink. On the back is a pair of GEO VI 1c values, similarly tied Res £15
  11. U.T-QEII POSTAGE/15c 15c postal stationery postcard addressed to THIKA, cancelled by s/ring MITUBIRI/KENYA dated 27.4.1959. On the back is oval cachet of CV Merwitt of SWANI, P.O Res £25
  12. U.T-QEII 30c postal stationery envelope addressed to London with added 1/- value tied by BONDENI NAKURU/KENYA skeleton dated 3.2.1961 Res £18
  13. U.T-Exhibition quality 30c QEII postal stationery envelope sent by airmail, addressed to London with added 30c x 2 & 50c x 2 tied by THOMSONS FALLS/KENYA d/rings dated 12.7.1962. The appropriate registration label is similarly tied-see illustration Res £25
  14. U.T/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover addressed between Mombasa schools with 15c FFH tied by Mombasa “Correct Address” slogan dated 10.7.1963. at top left is unframed CHARGED AMOUNT DUE......... with 30cts inserted in manuscript. Below is circular framed T tax mark and at right is the 30c postage due tied by s/ring dated 5 days later Res £22
  15. U.T-UHURU Greetings postcard addressed to New York, cancelled by lovely s/ring cancel LANGATA NAIROBI/KENYA dated 12.12.1963 Res £22
  16. KENYA-30c blue postal stationery envelope registered and addressed to London with added 10c, 50c & 1/- UHURU values tied by MAGADI/KENYA cancels dated 6.3.1964 Res £15
  17. U.T-East African Postal Order for 1/- cancelled by s/ring NAIROBI/KENYA dated 13.2.1968 with index B. Complete with counterfoil Res £15
  18. U.T-East African Postal Order for 2/- cancelled by s/ring STAMP BUREAU/NAIROBI KENYA dated 22.7.1980. the 30c commission is surcharged to 50c by violet framed cachet Res £18
  19. KENYA-“INTERNATIONAL POSTAGE PAID” Postal stationery airmail letter sheet addressed to Holland with added pair of 30/- values tied by d/ring TURBO/KENYA dated 14.9.2015-scarce items these!! Res £25
  20. KENYA-“VACATION LAND” 1/- postal stationery airmail letter sheet addressed to the USA with an added pair of 1/- values tied by s/ring ICHITA KS dated 4.2.1987. Comes with an unused example too Res £12
  21. LATVIA-Postcard addressed to VOHMA with Hitler head 6Rpf OSTLAND overprint tied by the RIGA map & hiker slogan cancel dated 15.4.1944 Res £8
  22. LEEWARD ISLANDS-Censored cover addressed to Montreal with GEO VI ½d and a pair of 6d values tied by d/rings ST JOHN’S dated 4.5.1942 with index A. At left is the PC90 Opened By Examiner B/112 censor tape Res £22
  23. LEVANT, BRITISH-Cover addressed to London with GB QV 2½d blue plate 19 tied by barred C cancel. Alongside is the red inked s/ring of the British Post Office, Constantinople dated 26.11.1880 with index A-see illustration Res £25
  24. LEVANT, BRITISH-Cover addressed to Staines with a vertical pair of plate 21 2½d blue values cancelled by 2 barred C cancels on 12.9.1881. Below is the circular cachet in black H/BCM/E of Her Britannic Majesty’s Embassy, Constantinople Res £28
  25. LEVANT, BRITISH-Cover addressed to Boston, USA with QV 2½d Jubilee value overprinted 40 PARAS tied by s/ring of the British Post Office, Constantinople dated 13.3.1896 with index B and italic “96” Res £22
  26. LEVANT, BRITISH-GB QV 1d vermilion postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany, cancelled by the s/ring of the BPO Constantinople dated 23.3.1896 with index C and italic “96” Res £18
  27. LEVANT, BRITISH-EDW VII GB 1d postal stationery postcard addressed to Trieste, cancelled by the BPO at SMYRNA s/ring dated 11.12.1902 with index A Res £12
  28. LEVANT, BRITISH-Underpaid postcard from Southport addressed to Turkey on 5.1.1906 taxed 1d in the Foreign Branch and with blank value hexagonal T/L mark of London. At left is transit mark of the BPO Constantinople dated 9.1.1906 with index B Res £12
  29. LEVANT, BRITISH-Postcard of Salonica Quay addressed to London with GEO V 1d value overprinted LEVANT, tied by d/ring BRITISH POST OFFICE/SALONICA dated 10.9.1913 with index A Res £15
  30. LEVANT, BRITISH-Commercial cover to Athens with GB GEO V 2½d tied by d/ring ARMY POST OFFICE/Y dated 14.6.1919 with index B. At centre is framed CENSORED BY/2/MILITARY AUTHORITY Res £25
  31. LEVANT, BRITISH-Commercial cover to HMS IRON DUKE [presumably at Constantinople] with GB GEO V ½d & 1d values tied by d/rings BRITISH APO/CONSTANTINOPLE dated 7.2.1920 Res £25
  32. LEVANT, BRITISH-Commercial cover to New York with GB GEO V 2½d tied by s/ring BRITISH POST OFFICE/SMYRNA dated 16.1.1920 with index A Res £22
  33. LEVANT, BRITISH-Registered cover to New York with GB GEO V 2d & 2½d values tied by oval registered cancels of SMYRNA dated 16.4.1921 with index A. Below is a further strike. The appropriate BRITISH P.O.,/SMYRNA is at top left Res £25
  34. LEVANT, BRITISH-Registered George King cover addressed to London with GB GEO V 10d overprinted 15/PIASTRES, tied by d/ring of the BPO Constantinople dated 28.9.1923. The blank registration label is similarly tied Res £35
  35. LUXEMBURG/POSTAGE DUE-Cover addressed to Luxemburg from the 41st Philatelic Congress at Torquay on 12.6.1959. The 4½d Wilding is tied by special cancel. Taxed 10c with hexagonal framed T/1Oc/F.S and with 1f & 1f50 postage dues tied by d/rings LUXEMBOURG-VILLE cancels dated 16.6.1959 Res £12
  1. MALAWI/POSTAL STRIKE 1971-Airmail letter sheet addressed to London with 8t decimal coinage value and 30t on 3/- SPECIAL UK DELIVERY SERVICE overprint value tied by Philatelic Bureau, Blantyre cancel dated 1.3.1971. At left is Randall Postal Service label tied by the CHELSEA d/ring, as is the S.A.D.S black on red label Res £12
  2. MALAYA, PENANG-Dutch East Indies 7½c postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany, cancelled by s/ring PENANG dated 8.12.1897 with index A. Strangely the card is cancelled here, although written from PATOEMBAH, Sumatra the previous day-see illustration Res £35
  3. MALAYA, PENANG-Dutch East Indies 5c postal stationery postcard addressed to Holland, cancelled by MEDAN squared circle cancel dated 31.10.1904. Below is the other squared circle cancel NI POSTAGENT PENANG dated the following day Res £22
  4. MALAYA, KEDAH-Cover addressed to Penang with Straits GEO V 1c & 4c values and Kedah 1c x 2 tied by d/rings BALING/+ dated 23.10.1919. On the back is an indistinct oval rubber cancel POST OFFICE/DATE/.........SBAI dated the same day Res £25
  5. MALAYA, PERAK-Censored On Active Service cover addressed to AUSTRALIA with 25c value tied by s/ring A.I.F FIELD P.O/No.17 dated 27.8.1941. At left is lightly struck censors mark of the Australian Imperial Forces No.356-see illustration Res £25
  6. MALAYA, SINGAPORE/AIR CRASH-Charred cover addressed to Hong Kong from Sydney with Australian 3d & 1/- values tied by Royal Visit slogan dated 10.3.1954. At left is framed cachet SALVAGED MAIL/AIRCRAFT CRASH//SINGAPORE 13.3.1954 in red ink. No arrival mark-this would be on the ambulance envelope Res £30
  7. MALAYA, PENANG-Registered cover addressed to Hounslow with Perlis 2, 5 & 8c values and a pair of Johore 10c values tied by skeleton cancels NIBONG TEBAL MPO/PENANG dated 2.9.1963. On the back is Perak 10c and Singapore 10c fish value, similarly tied. At top left is the appropriate registration label Res £22
  8. MALAYSIA/SABAH/RAILWAY-Registered cover to Singapore with Malaysia 75c bird issue tied by s/ring RAILWAY TPO No.1/SABAH MALAYSIA dated 30.9.1968. Also tying the stamp is the s/ring GEYLANG/SINGAPORE 14 dated 20.10.1968-three weeks later. On the front is the unframed JESSELTON-TENOM/TPO registration cachet Res £22
  9. MALTA-QV 2d registered postal stationery envelope addressed to GLOUCESTER with added ½d & 2d values tied by vertical numeral cancels A25. Below is oval registered cancel of Malta dated 23.11.1891 and hooded circle transit mark of London dated 27th November Res £25
  1. MALTA-QV larger size 2d registered postal stationery envelope addressed to the Greek Consul-General at Hamburg with added QV 4d, 2d, 1d & ½d values tied by superb roller cancel MALTA on 11.1.1896. At top left is the unframed cachet PARTICULIERE in violet ink-see illustration Res £25
  2. MALTA-Lovely postcard of “The Landing Place” addressed to Naples with Farthing stamp tied by s/ring VALETTA [C.C]/MALTA dated 17.1.1902 Res £15
  3. MALTA-Another lovely postcard from the same series of postcards as previous lot depicting the “Sweet Seller” addressed to Hove with EDW VII ½d & 2 x Farthing values tied by s/rings COSPICUA/MALTA dated 26.1.1904 with index D Res £15
  4. MALTA-Plain postcard with message referring to safe receipt of luggage, addressed to Marseille with GB GEO V ½d x 2 tied by s/ring COSPICUA/MALTA dated 25.9.1913 with index A. Not Taxed, so accepted as payment for postage Res £22
  5. MALTA-Commercial registered cover to Switzerland with 4½d POSTAGE/AND/REVENUE overprint & 1d brown definitive tied by s/ring GPO/MALTA dated 25.2.1931. Alongside is the appropriate registration label Res £18
  6. MALTA/AIR MAIL-Cover addressed to TRIPOLI, LIBYA with GEO V 2½d tied by rubber cancel AIR MAIL/MALTA dated 18.6.1931. Carried on the first flight, arriving via Valetta on the same day with d/ring POSTA AEREA/TRIPOLI D’AFRICA on the back Res £25
  7. MALTA/AIR MAIL-Cover addressed to Cincinnati, USA with a strip of 4 x Farthing brown GEO V values, single ½d & 2d values affixed & tied by rubber cancels AIR MAIL/MALTA dated 22.8.1931. At top left is framed BY AIR/TO GENOA ONLY in violet ink Res £25
  8. MALTA-Commercial flight cover to Hertfordshire with plate 1 pair of GEO V ¼d values, single ½d, 1d & 2d values tied by d/rings AIR MAIL/MALTA dated 19.5.1936 Res £22
  9. MALTA-Commercial cover to Germany with GEO V 1d & 3d values alongside 1½d Coronation value tied by d/rings AIR MAIL/MALTA dated 17.8.1937. Below is framed PAR AVION/JUSCU’ A ROME in violet ink Res £22
  10. MALTA/BARCLAYS BANK-Registered cover addressed to Switzerland with GEO VI 1d, 3d & 6d values tied by oval GENERAL POST OFFICE registered cancel dated 20.12.1947. At left is the scarce BARCLAYS BANK/MALTA registration label Res £25
  11. MALTA-Commercial cover to Switzerland with ONE FARTHING overprint on 2d, ¼d, 2½d and 3d POSTAGE overprints tied by d/rings AIR MAIL/MALTA dated 26.5.1948 Res £22
  12. MALTA-Illustrated registered cover of MDINA addressed to the USA with GEO VI 2/6d Self-Government overprint value tied by d/ring VALETTA/MALTA dated 2.3.1949 Res £22
  13. MALTA/GOZO/PARCEL POST-Piece addressed to Yelverton with the 1/- Scapular value & 2/6d Self-Government value tied by s/rings VICTORIA B.O/GOZO dated 4.4.1952. The Imperial & Foreign Parcel Post label of VICTORIA, GOZO is similarly tied-see illustration Res £28
  14. MAURITIUS-Postcard of the R.I.M.S “DUFFERIN” [British Troopship] addressed to Essex with 1c & 5c values tied by s/rings CUREPIPE/MAURITIUS dated 30.11.1908 Res £15
  15. MAURITIUS-Censored cover to Gateshead with GEO VI 12, 20 & 25c values tied by s/rings GENERAL POST OFFICE/MAURITIUS dated 8.5.1942 with index C. At left is plain OPENED BY/CENSOR tape without number or letters Res £25
  16. MONACO-F.J BOSIO illustrated FDC with the 5 values tied by hexagonal MONACO-VILLE/A cancels dated 29.7.1948 Res £15
  17. MOROCCO, FRENCH/SWITZERLAND/POSTAGE DUE-Postcard of a tented native camp at Mehalla addressed to Switzerland with French 5c value overprinted 5/CENTIMOS tied by s/ring CASABLANCA/MAROC dated 11.6.1911. Taxed at the French P.O, the Swiss 10c postage due is tied by d/ring dated 17.7.1911 Res £12
  18. MOROCCO AGENCIES-Commercial cover to London with 3 x 1FRANC overprints on GEO V 10d and 2 x 15 Centimes overprints on GEO V 1½d values tied by d/rings of the BPO Casablanca dated 30.11.1935 Res £22
  19. MOROCCO AGENCIES-Similar commercial cover to London with 2 x 5 CENTIMES GEO V Silver Jubilee values and a 75 Centimes on 9d green GEO V value tied by similar d/rings of the BPO Casablanca 11.7.1935 Res £25
  20. MOROCCO AGENCIES-Similar cover to previous lots with a pair & two single GEO V Silver Jubilee 25 Centimes on 2½d values cancelled as previous lots by d/rings dated 29.1.1936-see illustration Res £30
  21. MOROCCO AGENCIES-Registered cover to London with GEO V 2/6d Seahorse value with 3 FRANCS overprint alongside 15 Centimes Coronation value, GEO V 10 Centimes on 1d photogravure & EDW VIII 5 Centimos on ½d, all tied by oval registered cancels of RABAT dated 8.1.1938. At bottom left is the RABAT registration label Res £30
  22. NEW CALEDONIA-“Doctor” postcard addressed to France with 40, 50 & 60c bird values tied by d/rings NUMEA/NELLE CALEDONIE dated 11.2.1949 Res £12
  23. NEWFOUNDLAND – Mini-cover addressed to London with 6c Princess Elizabeth value tied St John’s Shop & Mail Early slogan dated 2.1.1932-Nice!! Res £20
  24. NEWFOUNDLAND – Cover addressed to London with the 1935 Silver Jubilee set affixed & cancelled by partially framed circular cancels VICTORIA/NEWF’D dated 6.5.1935 Res £30
  25. NEW GUINEA-Airmail cover to California with 1d & 3½d AIR/MAIL overprints tied by s/rings WAU/NEW GUINEA dated 26.2.1938-pristine condition Res £22
  26. NEW GUINEA-“FAITH IN AUSTRALIA” flown cover addressed to New Zealand with a block of four of the 2d AIR.MAIL overprints and a single ½d overprint tied by s/rings LAE/NEW GUINEA dated 30.7.1934. At left is the 1st flight cachet Res £25
  27. NEW HEBRIDES-Cover addressed to Sydney with 1d value tied by d/ring NELLES HEBRIDES/SERVICE MARITIME dated 9.9.1916. A very scarce maritime cancel-see illustration Res £95
  28. NEW HEBRIDES-Registered postcard of the Governors residence addressed to Belgium with ½d, 1d & 2½d values tied to the picture side by d/rings POSTES CONDOMINIUM/PORT VILA NELLES HEBRIDES dated 25.10.1924. On the address side is a further strike alongside framed R-VILA/NEW HEBRIDES in violet ink-see illustration Res £50
  29. NEW HEBRIDES/PAQUEBOT-Commercial cover addressed to London with 10c & 2 x 20c values tied by SYDNEY/NSW-PAQUEBOT machine cancel dated 17.6.1937 Res £35
  30. NEW HEBRIDES-Commercial cover registered to the Bank of Indo-China, Noumea, New Caledonia with a vertical strip of 3 x 10c values tied by d/rings NOUVELLES HEBRIDES/PORT-VILA dated 19.4.1939, arriving on the 24th April Res £45
  31. NEW HEBRIDES-Commercial cover from the merchant-planter J L Mitchell of RANOM, AMBRYM addressed to Los Angeles with 5, 15, 20 & 30c values tied by s/rings NEW HEBRIDES/INTER-ISLAND in violet ink, dated 14.12.1947. At left is the very uncommon framed R-NEW HEBRIDES/INTER-ISLAND/No. In the same colour ink Res £75
  32. NEW HEBRIDES-“Doctor” postcard addressed to Switzerland with 10c GEO VI value tied by PORT VILA machine cancel dated 4.12.1954 Res £15
  33. NEW HEBRIDES-FDC For the 50th anniversary of the Condominium addressed to the condominium offices at Port Vila with the 4 values tied by the English version First Day slogan dated 20.10.1956 Res £12
  34. NEW HEBRIDES-Cover addressed to Colorado with 2 different 10c values & a single 5c tied by d/rings of Port Vila dated 14.2.1964 Res £10
  35. NEW ZEALAND-Cover addressed to TOKOMAIRIBO with perf 2d blue tied by DUNEDIN-0 duplex cancel dated 21.9.1869. On the back is the arrival d/ring dated 3 days later Res £25
  36. NEW ZEALAND-Super pictorial illustrated advertising cover from C.E Otley, Builder & Timber Merchant of Christchurch, addressed to Michigan, USA with GEO V ½d & 1d Universal tied by machine cancel dated 4.8.1915 with unframed PASSED BY THE/MILITARY CENSOR/NZ in red at bottom, centre-see illustration Res £35
  37. NEW ZEALAND-Canadian postcard of Mount Robson addressed to Liverpool with 1d Universal tied by s/ring MARINE POST OFFICE/NZ/R.M.M.S AORANGI dated 6.12.1925-see illustration Res £22
  38. NEW ZEALAND-Real photo postcard of the R.M.S “TAINUI” leaving New Zealand, addressed to Christchurch with GB GEO V 1½d tied by framed PACKET BOAT in black ink. Alongside is AUCKLAND cancel dated 1.11.1919 Res £22
  39. NEW ZEALAND-Series of four airmail covers carried on the NZNA inaugural flights of the Northland service on 20.1.1947. The covers were carried on various legs of the service [4] Res £28
  40. NIGERIA-Postcard addressed to Derby with GEO VI ½d & 1d values tied by d/ring BUKURU/NIGERIA dated 29.7.1941. Below is semi-circular “CENSOR” and hexagonal PASSED BY CENSOR/12/NIGERIA, both in red ink Res £18
  41. NIGERIA/WWII-Two airmail letter sheets from an officer serving with either the Elder Dempster Line or the Singapore Straits Steamship Company. One is addressed to Lagos and the other to Watford. Both have PC90 tape tied by either Lagos d/ring dated 30.3.1944 or by framed PP/24 in black ink. Nice related pair Res £22
  42. NIGERIA-Cover addressed to Lagos with GEO VI 1d & ½d postal stationery cut-outs to a total of 3d affixed & tied by KADUNA d/rings dated 6.8.1945 Res £12
  43. NIGERIA-Registered cover to London with a block of 12 x ½d GEO VI values tied by oval registered cancels IMO-ABEOKUTA dated 7.3.1949 Res £8
  44. NIGERIA-6d GEO VI postal stationery airmail letter sheet addressed to Toronto, cancelled by superb skeleton cancel OKE ADO PA/NIGERIA dated 8.8.1949 Res £12
  45. NIGERIA-Cover addressed to the USA with a pair of GEO VI 2d values tied by skeleton cancel AHOADA PA/NIGERIA dated 2.7.1951 Res £12
  46. NIGERIA-Longer registered cover to Wolverhampton with N1 value tied by s/ring MOBILE POST OFFICE KADUNA/513 dated 26.9.1983 Res £8
  47. NORTH BORNEO-Cover addressed to Tasmania with Australian 4d green tied by A.I.F ARMY P.O/No.22 dated 25.9.1944. At left is the framed Military Forces Censor mark No.3862 Res £25
  1. NORWAY/DANISH POST OFFICE IN HAMBURG-Entire addressed to Bordeaux, France, cancelled by lovely d/ring CHRISTIANSSAN dated 3.6.1855. With d/ring transit mark KDOPA HAMBURG of the Danish Post office dated 5th June, Thurn & Taxis mark, French TPO marks etc. Nice looker and very clean Res £45
  2. NORWAY-Postcard to Beckenham with English language pictorial cachet WORLDS NORTHMOST COMMUNITY / KINGSBAY 79o NORTH / SVALBAD, struck on 4.8.1989 Res £5
  3. OIL RIVERS-GB QV 1d vermilion postal stationery postcard adapted for use in the Oil Rivers, addressed to Cheshire and cancelled by s/ring OLD CALABAR RIVER dated 23.10.1893 with index A Res £22
  4. PAKISTAN/BANGLADESH-Cover addressed to Chittagong with Pakistan 7p & 13p values tied by d/ring LIBERATION FORCES/RIVER UNIT/N.P.O/No.-8/NAVAL SECTOR HEAD QUARTERS. At left is MAIL CARRIED BY BANGLADESH BOYS SCOUTS and on the back is the cancel of the MUKTI BAHINI FIELD POST OFFICE of the Chittagong Hill Tracts Res £22
  5. PAPUA-“Wilson” registered cover addressed to Birmingham with ½d, 1d, 2d & 2½d values tied by s/rings PORT MORESBY/PAPUA dated 10.8.1915, arriving, via Sydney on 8.10.1915 Res £30
  6. PAPUA NEW GUINEA-Stampless OHMS cover addressed to the senior chaplain with lovely violet inked s/ring AUST ARMY PO/207 on the back, dated 18.9.1943 Res £12
  7. PAPUA NEW GUINEA-Stampless Salvation Army Red Shield War Services envelope addressed internally and then to Australia where it was again redirected. Cancelled by a dumb cancel of violet inked thick circle Res £10
  8. PAPUA NEW GUINEA-Registered cover addressed to Sydney with a pair of the Australian 1945 issue 2½d and a pair of the 3d definitives tied by s/rings FIELD P.O/079 dated 11.4.1945. An attached slip reads “CIVILIAN MAIL” Res £12
  9. PAPUA NEW GUINEA-“FOR FAITH & FREEDOM/C.E.N.E.F” envelope addressed to Milne Bay & redirected to Sydney with 1d value tied by rectangular UNIT POSTAL/DATE/STATION E.L.O dated 4.5.1945. Alongside is the s/ring AIR FORCE P.O/No.201 dated 19th At left is the rectangular censor Mark No.3208 Res £15
  10. PAPUA NEW GUINEA/POSTAGE DUE-Assessment card “A” indicating $2.12c to pay on items of mail awaiting collection at LAE Post Office with 2c & 10c values affixed and tied by LAE cancel dated 30.8.1966 Res £8
  11. PHILIPPINES-Real photo postcard of the SS “MAYON” addressed to London with a three-stamp franking tied by Manila Safe Driving, Sane Walking slogan dated 2.9.1940. On the picture side is an advertising label for the ships of the Manila Steamship Company Res £12
  12. PITCAIRN ISLAND-Cover addressed to the USA with GEO VI 3d tied by d/ring dated 2.1.1948 Res £7
  13. PITCAIRN ISLAND-Stampless registered OHMS envelope addressed to DENMARK, cancelled by d/ring PITCAIRN ISLAND/POST OFFICE dated 8.7.1950. At left is a poor registration cachet and the signature “Postmaster” Res £18
  14. PITCAIRN ISLAND-Cover addressed to Sussex with QEII 2½d tied by s/ring PITCAIRN ISLAND/POST OFFICE dated 9.2.1961 Res £8
  15. PITCAIRN ISLAND-Registered cover addressed to California with QEII 4d definitive and 6d Return From Norfolk Island value tied by s/ring dated 23.11.1961. At top left is the violet registration cachet Res £12
  16. POLAND-Commercial trade postcard addressed within Poland with German 7½pf GEN GOUV/WARSCHAU overprint tied by d/ring WARSCHAU dated 2.10.1918 Res £12
  17. POLAND-Official mail from the Department of the Interior Passport Office addressed to a police unit at LITZMANNSTADT with printed Eagle & Swastika departmental cachet at left Res £12
  18. PORTUGAL/PARCEL POST-1894 Agreement between Great Britain & Portugal for the Insurance of Postal Parcels, dated 10.3.1894 Res £12
  19. PORTUGAL/RED CROSS-Printed Red Cross envelope addressed to the International Committee in Geneva with 1941 Red Cross value and $2 definitive tied by LISBON cancels dated 7.12.1949 Res £8
  20. RHODESIA, NORTHERN-Airmail cover from YUGOSLAVIA addressed to KITWE with stamps tied by BRIBIR cancels dated 29.1.1946. On the back are d/rings of LIVINGSTONE & KITWE dated 20th & 21st March 1946 Res £10
  21. RHODESIA, NORTHERN-Airmail cover addressed to Southern Rhodesia with GEO VI 2d tied by the LIVINGSTONE AIRPORT Opening slogan dated 11.8.1950 Res £12
  22. ROMANIA-10 Bani postal stationery postcard addressed to Maidstone, cancelled by the special d/ring cancel marking Romanian Independence, dated 16.3.1901-see illustration Res £22
  23. ROSS DEPENDENCY-Postcard of H.M.N.Z.S “ENDEAVOUR” at the Antarctic addressed to New Zealand with the four stamps 3d to 1/6d tied by s/ring SCOTT BASE/ROSS DEPENDENCY dated 8.2.1963. At left is the ships cachet with penguins either side Res £12
  24. RUSSIA-Postcard of St Petersburg addressed to St Michel with 3k value tied by distinctive target cancel with three lines of text within. Undated, but arrival mark is dated 12.4.1904 Res £20
  1. RUSSIA-Fancy illustrated censored cover addressed to Raines Park, London with Moscow censor No.56 on the address side. On the back is the Red Cross logo and a 10k pictorial tied by Moscow machine cancel dated 4.12.1915. At left is Russian censor tape Res £20
  2. RUSSIA-Censored cover to Devon with different 3k pictorials [2] and 3k definitive tied by MOSCOW d/rings dated 15.7.1917. At left is British censor tape 546 and Russian No.7 censor in violet ink Res £20
  3. RUSSIA-Registered cover addressed to Devon with eight-stamp franking tied by d/ring cancels dated 13.8.1917. At left is British censor tape & Russian No.110 censor mark Res £25
  4. RUSSIA-20 Kopek postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany from a German soldier serving with the Army Group South at BJELGOROD, cancelled by s/ring Eagle & Swastika cancel dated 13.8.1941. At bottom left is the Feldpost cancel for FPO 36298C Res £22
  5. RUSSIA-30 Kopek postal stationery envelope [with contents] addressed to Germany from a German soldier serving with the Army Group South, cancelled by the Eagle & Swastika cancel dated 18.9.1941. At left is the Feldpost cancel No.44144-see illustration Res £25
  6. RUSSIA-20 Kopek postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany from a soldier serving with the Army Group South, near VOROSHILOVGRAD with usual Eagle & Swastika cancel dated 8.12.1941. At bottom is the unframed cachet of HAUPTMANN OTTO KRAUFE/FELDPOST NR 12498 in violet ink Res £22
  7. ST HELENA-“Doctor” card addressed to Belgium with GEO VI 1d tied by s/ring dated 19.3.1952 Res £10
  8. ST KITTS/CURACAO/ST MARTIN-Curacao 7½c postal stationery postcard addressed to St Vincent, cancelled by the French St MARTIN squared circle cancel dated 20.4.1902. At left is the s/ring transit mark ST KITTS dated 2nd April Res £15
  9. ST LUCIA-Cover addressed to St John, Antigua with GEO V 4d & 1/- values tied by s/rings CASTRIES/1ST/AIRMAIL/ST LUCIA with dated CASTRIES cancel at left dated 25.9.1929, arriving at St John the following day Res £22
  10. ST KITTS-Leeward Islands 2½d Coronation value tied by s/ring ST KITTS dated 12.12.1939. At left is d/ring ST KITTS/CROWN/PASSED BY CENSOR in red ink Res £22
  11. ST KITTS NEVIS-Censored airmail cover to Canada with GEO VI St Kitts 1½d & 2d values and Leeward Islands 3d & 6d values tied by s/rings ST KITTS dated 29.7.1941. At left is blue inked circular ST KITTS/CROWN/PASSED BY CENSOR Res £22
  12. ST LUCIA-Cover addressed to Southend with GEO VI 3d, 8d & 2/- values tied by d/rings CASTRIES dated 28.8.1946 Res £18
  13. ST PIERRE ET MIQUELON-Censored cover addressed to Northumberland with France Libre 25c x 2 and single 4f & 10f values tied by dotted s/rings dated 27.5.1944. At left is Opened By Censor tape DB/102 and Examiner 5972 tape at right Res £22
  14. ST VINCENT/WAR TAX-Cover addressed to London with GEO V pair of ½d values and 1d WAR STAMP overprint tied by s/rings KINGSTOWN/ST VINCENT dated 17.1.1917 Res £22
  15. ST VINCENT/WWII/PAQUEBOT-CONSIGNEE MAIL addressed to St Vincent, carried by the SS “KEILEHAVEN” from New York with framed PAQUEBOT of St Vincent at right. Alongside is the s/line PASSED BY CENSOR No.3 in violet ink. On the back is the St Vincent cancel dated 24.11.1939 Res £30
  16. ST VINCENT-Censored cover addressed to the USA with 2½d Coronation value and ½d definitive tied by KINGSTOWN s/ring dated 20.2.1940. At left is Opened By Censor tape tied to the back by s/line PASSED BY CENSOR No.3 in violet ink Res £20
  17. ST VINCENT-Commercial cover addressed to the Canal Zone with GEO VI 3d tied by Kingstown s/ring dated 1.5.1940. The censor tape is tied to the back by s/line PASSED BY CENSOR No.3 in violet ink Res £20
  18. ST VINCENT-Censored cover to New York with 2½d Coronation and ½d definitive tied by Kingstown s/rings dated 31.10.1940. The censor tape is tied by s/line PASSED BY CENSOR No.3 in violet ink Res £20
  19. ST VINCENT-Censored cover to Argentina with GEO VI 1d & 2d values tied by s/rings of Kingstown dated 9.8.1941. At left is the scarcer “Named” censor tape of ST VINCENT, B.W.I tied on the back by s/line No.3 censor & Argentine arrival mark dated 15.9.1941 Res £30
  20. ST VINCENT-Printed paper rate of ½d cover to the USA with ½d tied by Kingstown s/ring dated 16.10.1941. At top is weakly applied s/line PASSED BY CENSOR No.8 in violet ink Res £20
  21. ST VINCENT-Airmail cover addressed to Jamaica with GEO VI 2d, 3d & 1/- values tied by s/rings KINGSTOWN dated 20.2.1942. At left is the named censor tape of ST VINCENT, B.W.I tied by s/line PASSED BY CENSOR No.3 in violet ink Res £30
  22. ST VINCENT-Airmail cover to Kentucky with GEO VI 6d & 1/- values tied by Kingstown s/rings dated 1.2.1944. At left is PC90 examiners tape with UU/150 inserted by hand Res £22
  23. SAMOA-Registered cover to ARGENTINA with a seven-stamp franking of NZ overprints to 1/- tied by APIA cancels dated 19.2.1919. At bottom is the weakly struck Samoan censor No.3 in green ink and centrally is a d/ring PASSED BY CENSOR/435 with 2 stars at base. The cover travelled via New York and San Francisco, arriving on 3.5.1919 Res £45
  24. SAUDI ARABIA-Airmail cover to Liverpool with three-stamp franking tied by JEDDAH rubber cancels dated 18.8.1960 Res £12
  25. SEYCHELLES-Cover addressed to Australia with GEO VI 3c green tied by VICTORIA s/ring dated 8.12.1938 Res £10
  26. SEYCHELLES-Cover addressed to Mauritius in French with GEO VI 18c tied by Victoria s/ring dated 30.9.1942-not censored Res £12
  27. SEYCHELLES-Cover addressed to Switzerland with GEO VI 3c x 2, 9c x 2, 2c & 30c values tied by s/rings VICTORIA dated 4.2.1946. The airmail annotation is cancelled by6 parallel bars in red ink Res £22
  28. SEYCHELLES-Cover addressed to Anse Royale with 9c tied by s/ring VICTORIA dated 17.6.1950. Alongside is ANSE ROYALE arrival mark dated the same day Res £12
  29. SEYCHELLES-Registered cover addressed to Petts Wood, Kent with the 2 Silver Wedding values tied by d/rings LA DIQUE/SEYCHELLES dated 17.11.11948-Nice Res £40
  30. SEYCHELLES-Cover addressed to Mahe Convent with GEO VI 3c tied by d/ring LA DIGUE dated 22.12.1948 Res £10
  31. SEYCHELLES-Registered cover addressed to Brighton with GEO VI 1.50r, 2.25r & 5 Rupee values tied by s/rings BAY STE ANNE PRASLIN dated 26.9.1952 [stamps cat £108 off cover] Res £50
  32. SEYCHELLES-Cover addressed to Tanganyika with GEO VI 2, 3, 9 & 18c values tied by the JUBILEE Slogan dated 27.11.1953 Res £18
  33. SIERRA LEONE-Airmail cover addressed to London & redirected to France with GEO VI ½d, 1½d, 3d, 5d & 6d values tied by poor Freetown cancels on 11.8.1938. On arrival, the cover was directed to La Touquet, arriving on the 16th. Endorsed VIA BATHURST & D.L.H” Res £15
  34. SIERRA LEONE-Cover addressed to Scotland with GEO VI 3d tied by Freetown d/ring dated 1.2.1940. Below is the framed rectangular PASSED BY CENSOR 10 in violet ink. On the back and at left is the scarce censor tape OPENED BY CENSON-See illustration Res £30
  35. SIERRA LEONE-Elder Dempster envelope addressed to Wiltshire with GEO VI 3d tied by the framed POSTED ON STEAMER and framed PASSED BY CENSOR 10. Alongside is the s/ring Freetown dated 22.5.1940 Res £15
  36. SIERRA LEONE-Cover addressed to Indiana and redirected locally on arrival with GEO VI 3d tied by Freetown d/ring dated 6.12.1941. Alongside is the framed PASSED BY CENSOR 2 in violet ink. Redirected on 13.1.1942. At left is red on blue censor tape by “H Ltd” Res £20
  37. SIERRA LEONE-Small registered OHMS cover addressed to South Africa with GEO VI 6d & 2/- values tied by oval registered cancels of the GPO SIERRA LEONE dated 3.10.1942. The airmail label is tied by the octagonal tombstone censor CROWN/PASSED/QQ/2 in violet ink Res £22
  38. SIERRA LEONE-Cover from the Chief Assistant Colonial Secretary to London with GEO VI 3d & 1/- values tied by Freetown d/rings dated 16.11.1942. At right, tying the 1/- value is the octagonal CROWN/PASSED/QQ/1 Res £12
  39. SIERRA LEONE-Cover addressed to Manchester with 3 x 1d, 2 x 2d & 2 x 4d values all tied by framed POSTED ON STEAMER in black ink on 2.1.1947 Res £15
  40. SIERRA LEONE-Registered cover addressed to Switzerland with GEO VI 2d x 2 & 1/3d values tied by s/rings MAGBURAKA S.L dated 16.7.1955. At left is the appropriate registration label-nice! Res £15
  41. SOMALILAND PROTECTORATE-Registered cover to Scotland with pairs of the Victory values tied by d/rings BERBERA/+ dated 23.11.1946. At bottom left is the BRITISH/SOMALILAND registration label with s/line BERBERA in violet ink. On the back are transits of HARGEISA & ADEN dated 27th & 30th November Res £18
  42. SOUTH AFRICA, NATAL-QV 1d postal stationery newspaper wrapper addressed to a military address in Mauritius, cancelled by d/ring GPO/NATAL dated 9.6.1898. At bottom right is the endorsement BOOK POST. On the back is framed CARRIER 2 mark dated 5th July Res £12
  43. SOUTH AFRICA, NATAL-Absolutely super illustrated advertising envelope from John Singleton & Sons, Fine Art Printers etc., of Durban addressed to Cheltenham with EDW VII 1d tied by DURBAN d/ring dated 25.3.1910-see illustration Res £55
  44. SOUTH AFRICA, TRANSVAAL-Registered, illustrated advertising envelope from Herrmann Michaelis addressed to Pretoria with mixed franking VRI & ERI values tied by Johannesburg cancels dated 29.11.1901. Pretoria censor mark struck centrally-see illustration Res £45
  45. SOUTH AFRICA, TRANSVAAL-Lovely registered mourning cover addressed to Germany with six-stamp franking tied by JOHANNESBURG squared circles dated 10.5.1894-lovely thing, but one 1d stamp has corner fault-see illustration Res £75
  46. SOUTH AFRICA, TRANSVAAL-Registered cover to Cornwall with 2 x 2½d EDW VII values tied by EAST RAND d/rings dated 7.12.1905. On the back is d/ring receiver PAR STATION RSO/CORNWALL dated 30.12.1905 Res £22
  47. SOUTH AFRICA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid postcard from London with 1d PUC value tied by machine cancel dated 4.7.1929. With hexagonal T/10c/W.C.1 alongside 1d postage due tied by Grahamstown d/ring dated 24.7.1929 Res £8
  48. SOUTH AFRICA/APARTHEID-Longer registered cover addressed to Cambridge with a block of 6 x 1d values cancelled by d/rings PRETORIA/NATIVE OFFICE dated 6.11.1929 Res £25
  49. SOUTH AFRICA-“JIPEX” cover addressed to Windhoek, SWA with the 1½d Gold mine value is tied by special cancel dated 12.11.1936. Thr stamp shows the MISSING SHADING on the gold mine Res £35
  50. SOUTH AFRICA-Registered cover addressed within Pretoria on 12.5.1937 [FDC] with pairs of the 1½d, 3d & 1/- Coronation values showing the MISSING HYPHEN on the 1/- pair Res £40
  51. SOUTH AFRICA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover from Scotland addressed to Worcester, Cape Province with GEO VI 1½d tied by LESLIE d/ring dated 31.8.1938. Taxed 3d, the strip of 3 x 1d dues are tied by d/rings dated 9.9.1938. On the Bck is the complete strike of the framed PLEASE ADVISE SENDER THAT/LETTERS SHOULD BE PREPAID/ 1½d FOR EACH HALF OUNCE Res £12
  52. SOUTH AFRICA/APARTHEID-Longer cover registered within East London with ½d & 6d values tied by d/ring dated 30.5.1947. Alongside is the registered cachet of the INDO-NATIVE OFFICE Res £25
  53. SOUTH AFRICA/REVENUE-Transfer document with embossed 10/- value with date 10.12.1946 placed above the GEO VI 1/- miniature revenue which is tied by company cachet dated 26.3.1947 Res £6
  54. SOUTH AFRICA-Small OHMS cover addressed to California by airmail with a pair of 1½d Goldmine values and single 6d & 1/- values, all with OFFICIAL overprints tied by d/rings JOHANNESBURG dated 28.10.1952 Res £12
  55. SOUTH GEORGIA-Postcard of Weddell Seal addressed to Cheshire with South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands 9p & 15p values tied by s/ring KING EDWARD dated 10.4.1994. At left is the framed pictorial cachet of the SOUTH GEORGIA WHALING MUSEUM dated the previous day Res £6
  56. SOUTH WEST AFRICA-GEO V South Africa 1d postal stationery envelope overprinted SOUTH WEST/AFRICA with additional SPECIMEN overprint in red Res £22
  57. SOUTH WEST AFRICA-South African 1d postal stationery envelope addressed within SWA with SOUTH WEST/AFRICA overprint. Alongside is 1d stamp with English overprint, tied by MARIENTAL/S.W.A bastardised German cancel dated 3.1.1924 Res £25
  58. SOUTH WEST AFRICA/POSTAGE DUE-Pre-addressed cover to the ABC show company of Port Elizabeth with 2d postage due tied by d/ring RUN TUN/SWA dated 31.10.1937 Res £25
  59. SOUTH WEST AFRICA/POSTAGE DUE-Cover addressed to Windhoek from Ukahandja with 1c tied by d/ring dated 29.7.1981. On arrival, an 8c postage due is tied by d/ring dated 31.7.1981 Res £10
  60. SOUTH WEST AFRICA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover from OTAVI addressed to the Winhoek museum with 2c tied by d/ring dated 12.10.1985. Taxed 20c, the 2 x 10c dues are tied by d/ring dated 17.10.1985 Res £12
  61. SPAIN-Censored postcard addressed to Germany with four-stamp franking tied by SAN SEBASTIAN machine cancel dated 2.10.1940. With both German & Spanish censor marks Res £12
  62. SPANISH SARAHA-“Doctor” card addressed to Canada with 30c + 10c value tied by d/ring VILLA CISNEROS/SARAHA ESPANOL dated 21.5.1962 Res £8
  63. SUDAN-French 10c postal stationery postcard addressed to Khartoum from LYON on 27.11.1912 with good d/ring transit mark HALFA-KHARTOUM/TPO/DATE/No.3/B dated 9.12.1912 Res £15
  64. SUDAN-5M postal stationery envelope addressed to London with added 5m tied by d/ring WHITE NILE/DATE/TPO/No.2 dated 6.8.1915 Res £15
  65. SUDAN-5M postal stationery envelope addressed to the steamer department, Khartoum North, cancelled by s/ring WHITE NILE/DATE/TPO/No.1 dated 27.1.1919-see illustration Res £22
  66. SUDAN-Real photo postcard of the main street, Port Sudan addressed to Loughborough with 5m value tied by scarcer skeleton cancel KHARTOUM PORT SUDAN/TPO 1 dated 22.10.1927 Res £22
  67. SUDAN-Airmail cover addressed to Surrey with 10m & 2p AIR MAIL overprints tied by s/ring KAHARTOUM-SENNAR/No.2/TPO dated 26.3.1931 Res £22
  68. SUDAN/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover to Port Sudan from Ilford, Essex with GEO VI 1½d tied by machine cancel dated 12.12.1938. The cover was undelivered, taxed 4m with due tied on arrival. On the back is framed UNCLAIMED and d/ring RETURNED LETTER OFFICE/KHARTOUM dated 11.3.1939 Res £25
  69. SUDAN-Registered native cover to Khartoum with 3 x 15m values tied by EL GOLED d/rings dated 13.2.1958. On the back is s/ring KEREIMA-KERMA/TPO/DATE/No.2 dated 13.2.1958 Res £12
  70. SURINAME-Postal stationery postcard with 7½c surcharge addressed to Amsterdam, cancelled by lovely s/ring PARAMARIBO dated 3.3.1883. Alongside is an equally superb unframed SURINAME/OVER/SOUTHAMPTON-See illustration Res £45
  71. SURINAME-2½c postal stationery postcard addressed to Austria with added 5c tied by s/ring PARAMARIBO dated 30.3.1887. Alongside is framed SURINAME/VIA/PLYMOUTH in black ink Res £25
  72. SURINAME/A.R-Airmail cover addressed to New York with the first issue airmails 10c & 60c tied by PARAMARIBO d/ring dated 23.1.1931. Alongside is partially framed A.R mark in black and at left is further manuscript version above d/ring LUCHTPOST/SURINAME /PAR AVION in violet ink. The cover arrived on the 26th via San Juan Res £35
  73. SURINAME/DOX FLIGHT-Commercial cover addressed to Pathe, New York with 15c & 40c airmail values overprinted VLUCHT/DOX/1931 tied by special Extra flight cachet dated 17.8.1931. On the back is the special DOX cachet of the special agents, Pan-American Airways Res £85
  74. SURINAME DOX FLIGHT-Cover addressed to Curacao, via Trinidad with 20c Airmail DOX overprint & 1c definitive tied by the special extra flight cachet dated 18.8.1931. At left is the Pan-Am special agent cachet-see illustration Res £85
  75. SWAZILAND/POSTAGE DUE-Cover from VEREENIGING, South Africa addressed to MBABANE with 4c tied by machine cancel on 30.6.1977. Taxed 1 over 10 in South Africa, the 5c Swazi postage due is tied at top left by d/ring on 4.7.1977 Res £18
  76. SWEDEN-Postcard addressed to New Jersey with Swedish 20 Ore value tied by d/ring SJP 7 GOTTEBORG-NEW YORK dated 3.7.1937. Alongside is superb, unframed circular POSTED WHEN THE KUNGSHOLM CROSSED THE ARCTIC CIRCLE/SWEDISH/SEA POST/OFFICE/7 in violet ink Res £22
  77. SWITZERLAND-1926 International airmail exhibition postcard addressed to Schaffhausen with 15c airmail & 10c definitive tied by special six-line cachet dated 1.7.1926. The grey/black vignette at left is tied by circular unframed cachet with stylised anchor. Alongside is the d/ring 1 FLUGPOST/BASEL-SCHAFFHAUSEN dated 1.7.1926 Res £25
  78. SWITZERLAND-SWISS Souvenir Internment postcard for 1940/41 with special 1940 label tied by cachet of the Military Internment Camp at AFFELTRANGEN. Res £25
  79. SWITZERLAND-Cover addressed to London with 1951 LUNABA imperf mini-sheet tied by special cancel dated 6.10.1951. Res £85
  80. SYRIA-Cover addressed Germany with 2 x 20 Para Turkish values tied by d/ring HALEP dated 23.3.1911 Res £10
  81. TAHITI-“Doctor” postcard addressed to France with 3 x 10c & single 30c & 40c values tied by s/rings PAPIETE/TAHITI dated 21.5.1947 Res £8
  82. TANGANYIKA-GEO V East Africa & Uganda 6c postal stationery postcard addressed to Tanga with GEA overprint. Alongside is 1c black with same overprint, tied by d/ring WILHELMSTAL dated 22.4.1920. Across the address is the s/line OPENED BY CENSOR in violet ink Res £30
  83. TANGANYIKA-Real photo postcard of the Kaiser’s Military Hospital addressed to Plymouth with 2 x 3c GEO V G.E.A overprints tied by DARESSALAAM d/rings dated 29.11.1920 Res £20
  84. TANGANYIKA-Unaddressed small envelope with GEO V G.E.A overprint values 1c to 75c [9 values] tied by d/rings TABORA dated 14.2.1921 Res £35
  85. TANGANYIKA-GEO V 6c East Africa & Uganda postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany with added 3c overprint tied by small d/ring cancel TANGA dated 7.4.1921 Res £25
  86. TANGANYIKA-GEO V 31c East Africa & Uganda registered postal stationery envelope size F addressed to London with G.E.A overprint and added 3c overprint tied by d/rings DARESSALAAM dated 26.3.1921-see illustration Res £45
  87. TANGANYIKA-Cover addressed to Surrey with 3c & 6c G.E.A overprint values tied by d/ring TANGA dated 4.6.1921 Res £25
  88. TANGANYIKA-Small envelope addressed to Yorkshire with 20c Giraffe tied by d/ring TANGA dated 20.8.1923 Res £25
  89. TANGANYIKA-50c Giraffe registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to London, cancelled by DARESSALAAM d/ring dated 6.3.1925-see illustration Res £65
  90. TANGANYIKA-Postcard of the District Political Office, BAGAMOYO addressed to Berlin with 15c Giraffe tied by DARESSALAAM d/ring dated 6.4.1925 Res £22
  91. TANGANYIKA-30c Giraffe registered postal stationery envelope size G addressed to France with added 10c & 15c Giraffes tied by TANGA/REGISTERED d/rings dated 15.6.1926 Res £65
  92. TANGANYIKA-Registered airmail cover to Bristol with a vertical strip of 3 x 30c GEO V values tied by DARESSALAAM/REGISTERED d/rings dated 5.6.1931. The MWANZA d/ring on the back is dated 8th June Res £30
  93. TANGANYIKA-Airmail cover to Leeds with GEO V 15c, 1/- and 4 x 20c values tied by d/rings KOROGWE/+ dated 8.12.1932. On the back are transit marks of MOSHI and the KILIMANJARO TPO UP dated 10th & 9th respectively Res £30
  94. TANGANYIKA-GEO V 15c postal stationery postcard addressed to Dresden with added 20c tied by d/ring MOSHI dated 6.1.1934-Nice! Res £22
  95. TANGANYIKA-GEO V 15c postal stationery envelope addressed to Cheshire with added 10c x 3 & single 15c tied by DARESSALAAM d/ring dated 4.7.1934. At bottom right is the framed BY AIR TO/LONDON in violet ink Res £25
  96. TANGANYIKA-GEO V 15c postal stationery postcard addressed to Southsea with added top right corner marginal 15c pictorial with sheet number 3325 tied by DARESSALAAM d/ring dated 18.4.1936 Res £22
  97. TANGANYIKA-GEO VI 10c brown postal stationery postcard addressed to Dresden with added 20c tied by MOSHI d/ring dated 27.7.1950 Res £22
  98. TANGANYIKA-Stampless Official Paid OHMS envelope addressed to New York with postal frank of the CUSTODIAN OF ENEMY PROPERTY at bottom left. At top right is DARESSALAAM /1 d/ring dated 13.1.1942 Res £25
  99. TANGANYIKA-GEO VI 10 black postal stationery postcard addressed to MOSHI, cancelled by d/ring TANGA dated 6.10.1942. Below is the Moshi arrival d/ring dated the following day. At left is the British octagonal CROWN/PASSED/R/12 censor mark Res £25
  100. TANGANYIKA-GEO VI 10c brown postal stationery postcard addressed to Egypt with added GEO VI 1c x 5 tied by BUKOBA d/rings dated 2.5.1947 Res £25
  101. TANZANIA- ONE Shilling postal stationery envelope addressed to South Africa with added 5/- tied by NDEMBEZI/TANZANIA s/ring dated 28.11.1987 Res £15
  102. TANZANIA-One Shilling postal stationery envelope addressed t Daressalaam with added 3/- tied by d/ring MUGUMU/TANZANIA dated 27.9.1986 Res £12
  103. THAILAND-Cover addressed in Thai with 2 x 3s brown tied by pictorial airmail cancel of ROI ETCH dated 1924. On the back is the Bangkok arrival mark dated 12.12.1924-Lovely first flight cover-see illustration Res £35
  104. THAILAND-Airmail cover addressed to the USA with 10s & 25s values tied by BANGKOK d/ring dated 18.1.1939. The airmail label at left is cancelled by envelope-shaped devise in red ink. Flown by KLM with appropriate airmail label Res £22
  105. TOGO-“Wilson” postcard addressed to Birmingham with Gold Coast GEO V 1d with Anglo-French Occupation overprint, tied by d/ring LOME German cancel dated 20.12.1915. At left is the unframed LOME censor mark in violet ink Res £22
  106. TOGO-Postcard of ANECHO Lagoon addressed to Derby with 1d Gold Coast occupation overprint on the picture side tied by d/ring LOME dated 4.8.1917 Res £22
  107. TONGA-Stampless National Patriotic Fund Board envelope addressed to Christchurch, NZ, cancelled by NZEF/FIELD/POST OFFICE in blue. At left is triangular No.109 Service Censor mark. The cover is from W.A Meaclen who served with “T” Force from March to December 1943 Res £25
  108. TONGA-Cover addressed to the USA from the Private Secretary to The Queen who encloses some used stamp for the addressee. With 4d tied by NUKU’ALOFA s/ring dated 3.5.1958. Stamps are long gone, but the headed notepaper is still here! Res £15
  109. TONGA-1989 Christmas card and envelope addressed to London with the card signed in ink by the King & Queen of Tonga. Nice pair!! Res £20
  110. TONGA-1985 Christmas card and envelope addressed to London with an image of the runway extension inside. The card is signed by the King & Queen of Tonga by auto-jet Res £12
  111. TRINIDAD-Court size postcard of the Royal Exchange, London addressed to Kiel, Germany with 1d tied by PORT OF SPAIN/TRINIDAD s/ring dated 7.12.1899 Res £18
  112. TRINIDAD-Court size postcard of the National Gallery, London addressed to Kiel with 1d tied by s/ring PORT OF SPAIN dated 7.12.1899 Res £18
  113. TRINIDAD & TOBAGO-FDC For the Red Cross overprint value of 19.10.1916 tied by Port of Spain cancel for the same day Res £22
  114. TRINIDAD & TOBAGO-First flight cover by KLM from Trinidad to Barbados addressed to Bridgetown with GEO VI 8c & 2c values tied by POS d/rings dated 18.10.1938. Appropriate cachet at top left Res £18
  115. TRINIDAD & TOBAGO-Censored airmail cover from POS addressed to Ohio with 6c & 24c values tied by d/rings dated 24.6.1941. At left is blank censor tape tied on the back by the Crowned No.4 d/ring POSTAL CENSOR in violet ink Res £22
  116. TRISTAN DA CUNHA-Stampless type II cachet TRISTAN DA CUNHA / SOUTH/ ATLANTIC in a dirty blue ink at top right of cover addressed to a Mrs Gane at Grays Inn. No postal markings at all apart from the cachet-see illustration Res £75
  117. TRISTAN DA CUNHA-Stampless cover addressed to Dartmouth, Devon with type V cachet in violet ink at top right. No other postal markings Res £45
  118. TRISTAN DA CUNHA-Stampless cover addressed to Grahamstown, South Africa with type V cachet in blue ink at top right. Below is South African 1d tax mark, but the postage due is affixed and tied on the back by d/ring dated 7.4.1938 Res £45
  119. TRISTAN DA CUNHA- TYPE VI Cachet on stampless P&O cover addressed to Derby & redirected on arrival to Epsom college with CAPE TOWN machine PAQUEBOT cancel dated 16.2.1939. Taxed 15c in South Africa which translates to 1½d in the UK. The ½d & 1d dues are tied by rubber cancel EPSOM SURREY/SORTING OFFICE violet inked rubber dated 28.2.1939 Res £45
  120. TRISTAN DA CUNHA-Cover addressed to Germiston, South Africa during the second visit of the Germiston Health Department to the island in March 1949 with 1½d Goldmine value tied by the UNDATED framed cachet of the Edinburgh Settlement Res £40
  121. TRISTAN DA CUNHA-Victor Marsh concoction addressed to Twickenham with 2½d postal stationery cut-out [another Victor Marsh concoction] tied by circular horseshoe Edinburgh Settlement cachet in violet ink Res £25
  122. TRISTAN DA CUNHA-Airmail letter sheet addressed to Cheshire with St Helena Tristan overprint 6d tied by Tristan s/ring dated 27.9.1952. Sadly, no message Res £18
  123. TURKEY-Parcel card [or similar] with values to 10 Piastres [2] affixed & tied by BAIBOURD d/rings dated 9.12.1924 Res £15
  124. TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS/WAR TAX-Registered cover to Surrey with GEO V 1d & 3d WAR/TAX overprints tied by s/rings TURKS ISLANDS dated 1.10.1918, arriving in London on Armistice Day!! Res £25
  125. TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS/WAR TAX-Locally addressed cover with 3d WAR TAX tied by s/ring dated 23.5.1916 Res £22
  126. UGANDA-British East Africa Protectorate 2 Anna UGANDA overprint registered postal stationery envelope size H [the long one] addressed to Dar-Es-Salaam with added ½ & 2½ Anna overprints and 2 x 1 Anna Uganda Protectorate values in the two distinct shades tied by d/rings ENTEBBE dated 28.5.1903. Comes with good Dr Karl Knopke certificate dated 2.7.2000 Res £30
  127. UGANDA-British East Africa QV 1 Anna postal stationery postcard [outward section of a pair] with UGANDA overprint, addressed to Germany and redirected many times on arrival, cancelled by s/ring ENTEBBE/U.P dated 2.7.1907-a very busy little thing Res £22
  128. UGANDA-East Africa & Uganda Protectorate EDW VII 3cblue-green postal stationery newspaper wrapper addressed to London, cancelled by d/ring ENTEBBE/UGANDA dated 23.7.1912-scarce commercial usage Res £22
  129. UGANDA-“Aero Field” advertising airmail cover addressed to Francis Field with 20c & 50c GEO V values tied by d/rings JINJA/UGANDA dated 6.3.1931. Carried on the first flight of the fortnightly service from Uganda. Sutton Coldfield Birmingham PAID ½d arrival mark struck on 20.3.1931 Res £25
  130. UGANDA geo vi KUT 20c orange postal stationery envelope addressed to Mbarara, cancelled by superb s/ring MBARARA/UGANDA dated 22.5.1950 Res £20
  131. UGANDA030c postal stationery envelope addressed to Essex with added Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference values [4] tied by d/ring dated 9.11.1967. At bottom is EXPRESS label & top right, framed Express Fee Paid Res £12
  132. UGANDA-Scarce “SCHOOL POST” postal stationery letter sheets, one used & one mint addressed within Kampala with overprint values of 500/-. The used one is cancelled by d/ring KAMPALA SORTING OFFICE/KAMPALA dated 3.12.2015 [2] Res £25
  133. USA-Nice WAR DEPARTMENT illustrated Signal Service envelope with railway engine alongside the 3c War Department stamp impression. Mint condition Res £22
  1. USA-Nice letter to Gustav Lund, California from the Department of State dated 6.1.1940. The reply to Mr Lund refers to the fate of the Captain, Crew & German ship “COLUMBUS” which was cruising in the Caribbean at the outbreak of war. She dropped off passengers in Cuba and spent the next weeks trying to avoid the Royal Navy; finally scuttling herself off Vera Cruz on 19th December 1939 to avoid capture by HMS HYPERION. Res £25
  2. USA/CZECH FORCES IN THE UK-V Mail form from a soldier stationed in Italy, cancelled by US Army duplex 761 cancel dated 24.9.1944. It is addressed to a Czech soldier serving with the British, care of the Post Office Box 226, London Res £25
  3. USA-Scarcer CHANGE OF ADDRESS” V Mail form addressed to Malden, Mass., cancelled by 158 APO duplex cancel dated 29.6.1945. The added 6c airmail value is imperf on three sides Res £22
  4. VATICAN CITY-Postcard addressed to Czechoslovakia with ten-stamp franking to 1 Lira tied by d/ring Vatican cancel dated 4.7.1938 Res £9
  5. VIRGIN ISLANDS-Airmail cover pre-addressed to a New York company with GEO VI 2½d x 2 and 6d value tied by ROADTOWN cancels dated 31.8.1944. At left is US censor tape Res £22
  6. YUGOSLAVIA/POSTAGE DUE-GB GEO VI 2d red-brown postal stationery postcard addressed to Belgrade, cancelled by HARROW machine cancel dated 28.7.1954. Below is hexagonal T/5C/F.S On arrival a 5d definitive is affixed to pay postage due & is tied by BELGRADE s/ring dated 30.7.1954 Res £12
  7. ZAMBIA/POSTAGE DUE-Underpaid cover from Johannesburg with 1½c meter cancel dated 11.6.1968. Taxed 7 over 5, the 2 x 1n and 5n definitives on the back are tied by d/rings LIVINGSTONE dated 21.6.1968 Res £15
  8. ZANZIBAR-Nice little commercial cover addressed to Leeds with Indian QV 4a6p green tied by squared circle cancel ZANZIBAR dated 25.11.1885-see illustration Res £45
  9. ZANZIBAR-Indian QV 1½ Anna postal stationery postcard addressed to Berlin, cancelled by squared circle cancel ZANZIBAR dated 31.7.1888. Below is lovely SEA POST OFFICE thimble cancel dated 17.8.1888 and similar cancel for ADEN dated 11.8.1888-Nice!! Res £40
  10. ZANZIBAR-Indian QV ½ Anna postal stationery newspaper wrapper with ZANZIBAR overprint addressed to Bavaria, cancelled by d/ring ZANZIBAR dated 10.6.1896 Res £28
  11. ZANZIBAR-Indian QV 2a6p orange postal stationer envelope addressed to Daressalaam with ZANZIBAR overprint, cancelled by larger squared circle cancel ZANZIBAR dated 30.7.1901 Res £35
  12. ZANZIBAR-2½ Anna light blue postl stationery envelope addressed to Berlin with added 1 & 4½ Anna values tied by squared circle cancels dated 22.1.1902. At left is circular framed R registration mark Res £40
  13. ZANZIBAR-Gruss Aus Zanzibar advertising picture postcard addressed to Frankfurt with all the adverts from German companies in Germany. The ½ Anna value is tied by squared circle cancel dated 5.9.1902-see illustrations Res £25
  14. ZANZIBAR-2 Anna brown registered postal stationery envelope size F addressed to Germany with added 4½, 7½ & 8 Anna values tied by squared circle cancels dated 25.11.1905-see illustration Res £45
  15. ZANZIBAR-Commercial cover addressed to London with 1 Anna value tied by squared circle cancel dated 27.12.1907 Res £22
  16. ZANZIBAR-Commercial cover addressed to Bavaria with 2 pairs and a single ½ Anna values tied by squared circle cancels dated 4.3.1908-Nice! Res £25
  17. ZANZIBAR-12c registered postal stationery envelope size H addressed to Breslau with added 3, 6, 10 & 25c values tied by 2 strikes of the s/ring cancel dated 11.9.1913 Res £28
  18. ZANZIBAR-Very scarce 6c red postal stationery envelope addressed to London, cancelled by squared circle dated 14.3.1919. Stated to be one of just TWO KNOWN EXAMPLES-See illustration Res £75
  19. ZANZIBAR-20c blue registered postal stationery envelope size F addressed to Berlin with added 10c on the back and 10c on the front tied by s/rings dated 19.5.1925-see illustration Res £30
  20. ZANZIBAR-6c red postal stationery letter card addressed to Berlin with added 12c & 2 x 1c values tied by s/rings dated 25.6.1925 Res £25
  21. ZANZIBAR-Scarcer 12 CENTS on 6c postal stationery postcard addressed to Hamburg, cancelled by squared circle cancel dated 20.7.1925. No message-see illustration Res £40
  22. ZANZIBAR-6c purple postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany, cancelled by squared circle cancel dated 29.1.1927-full message Res £25
  23. ZANZIBAR-Airmail cover addressed to Nairobi with 2 x 10c & single 20c tied by squared circle cancels dated 21.10.1931, arriving next day. Carried by Tanganyika Government aircraft and one of just 164 flown Res £50
  24. ZANZIBAR-Registered 25c postal stationery envelope size F addressed to Surrey with added 10c, 20c, 50c & 1/- values tied by d/rings REG/ZANZIBAR dated 23.5.1935-see illustration Res £35
  25. ZANZIBAR-Censored cover to London with 25c & 1/- values tied by d/ring ZANZIBAR/+ dated 9.4.1940. At left is red on white OPENED BY CENSOR Res £22
  26. ZANZIBAR-OZGS envelope addressed to Natal with 2 x 10c, 2 x 20c, 30c & 1/- values tied by s/rings REG/ZANZIBAR dated 22.7.1952. The registration label is at left Res £22
  27. ZANZIBAR-Real photo postcard of AKIDA STREET, NGAMIANI, TANGA written from Tanga with Zanzibar 25c & 40c values tied by d/ring ZANZIBAR/+ dated 1.3.1962 Res £15
  28. ZANZIBAR-Airmail cover to New York with 7 x 35c values with local JAMHURI 1964 overprints and a 5c value with printed overprint tied by PEMBA WETE s/rings dated 8.4.1964 Res £22
  29. ZANZIBAR-Commercial airmail cover to Nottingham with 30c, 50c, 1/25c and 2/- values with solid overprints tied by s/rings REG/ZANZIBAR dated 5.6.1964 Res £12
  30. ZANZIBAR-Airmail letter sheet addressed to PAKISTAN with 50c JAMHURI 1964 overprint tied by d/ring ZANZIBAR/+ dated 10.6.1964 Res £15

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