1898 Great Britain 2d registered stationery envelope (G) overprinted 'GOLD COAST COLONY' addressed to London, franked additional 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'AXIM' c.d.s. 'FE 25 98' A further strike on the front, receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1922 2d + 1d (3d) registered stationery envelope (G) addressed to Huddersfield, franked additional 2d adhesive tied 'TAFO' c.d.s. '17 MAR 22' Plymouth transit cancellation on the front.
1917 multi censored registered envelope addressed to Switzerland redirected internally franked 2d & 2 1/2d adhesives tied 'NSAWAN' c.d.s. 'NO 20 1917' Straight line 'TOO LATE' and crown in centre 'PASSED BY CENSOR' applied in Accra. French censor seal and cachet and left side. transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1912 registered envelope addressed to Coffs Harbour Australia franked New Zealand 1/2d, 6d & 1/- overprinted adhesives tied 'NIUE/5' c.d.s. ' 2 NO 12' Blank registration etiquette with 'NIUE' cancellation without date year and month. Receiving cancellation on the front.
1893 5c stationery postcard from Eastern Telegraph Office advising a passenger on Steamer Java a Telegram is waiting for him. Cancelled 'GIBRALTAR A26' duplex 'FE 23 93' Boxed 'Non reclame / Not called for' cachet struck in black.
1900 censored envelope addressed to Holland franked '2 1/2d' on 'SIX PENCE' adhesive tied oval straight line of bars 'ST HELENA' c.d.s. alongside 'JU 14 1900' 'CENSOR PRISONERS OF WAR' cachet initialed 'F.W.A.' (F.W. Alexandra, who was the chief censor at Deadwood Camp)
1909 On His Majesty's Service envelope with enclosed letter from the Postmaster addressed to Los Angeles. Franked single 1/2d and a horizontal pair 1d adhesives tied 'TURKS ISLANDS' c.d.s. 'SP 23 09'
1920 envelope stationery 'The Direct West India Cable Company Limited' addressed to Pittsburg franked single 1/2d and a horizontal pair 1d adhesive tied 'TURKS ISLAND' c.d.s. 'JY 17 20'
1913 registered envelope to Germany franked single 1/2d and a vertical strip of three 2d adhesives tied 'HELPMAKARA' c.d.s. '4 MAR 13' German Railway registration etiquette applied in transit, receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1893 envelope addressed to Kent franked 6d adhesive tied 'T1' in oval straight line of bars, 'TURKS ISLANDS' c.d.s. alongside 'FE 25 93' Receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1902 envelope addressed to New York franked 1d, 1/2d & 2d adhesives tied 'T1' in oval straight line of bars 'TURKS ISLANDS' c.d.s. alongside 'NO 27 02' receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1966 envelope from Glasgow addressed to Grand Turk Straight line 'NOT FOUND' on the reverse 'RETURN TO SENDER' cachet both struck in black, the latter enhanced, the cachet had become worn. 'GRAND TURK' c.d.s. on the reverse '13 DE 66'
1936 registered envelope addressed to Scotland franked vertical pair 1/2d and Jubilee 2d adhesives paying the registered Empire rate (5d) tied oval 'REGISTERED ASCENSION' d/s '20 JA 36'
1916 multi censored envelope addressed to Teneriffe redirected to Denmark. Franked Nigerian 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'VICTORIA CAMEROONS' c.d.s. 'AU 10 16' French censor seals and cachet. Transit and receiving cancellations
1911 postcard addressed to Upington with message on the reverse sending Christmas Greetings. Franked Transvall 1/2d adhesive tied 'MIER B.B.' c.d.s. 'DE 25 11' Carried by Camel across the Kalahari Desert to Upington, the journey taking six days. Mier was on the border of the Northern Cape and Bechuanaland, a Transvaal stamp was used as it was in the interprovincial period.
1889 Penny Half Penny stationery card with message addressed to Fargo Dakota U.S.A. redirected cancelled 'O' in oval straight line of bars 'BELIZE' c.d.s. below 'MY 8 89' New Orleans and receiving cancellations on the front. Light corner crease top left.
1892 Egyptian 10m stationery envelope addressed to a passenger on the P & O Aden - Bombay Steamer Service on arrival 'ADEN' c.d.s. applied 'JU 15 92' Scarce boxed 'REDIRECTED' struck in black applied in Aden redirected to Bombay Sea Post Office cancellation on the reverse.
1895 1d Arms stationery card with message uprated 1d small Arms tied 'SALISBURY MASHONALAND' c.d.s. 'JY 18 95' The card addressed to Edinburgh, for some reason a Great Britain 1/2d adhesive has been applied tied in transit with a 'LONDON' squared circle d/s 'AU 20 95' The card has a vertical crease. Unusual usage.
1925 3d registered stationery envelope (G) The '2d' on the back of the envelope has been blacked out with a bar and '3d' above in black. Superb unused. The flap is not stuck down.
1933 internal envelope franked single 10c and two 5c adhesives tied 'KILIMANJARO - T.P.O. / UP' c.d.s. '3 NO 31' Rare boxed 'TENGENI' railway office cachet struck in violet.
1896 German 10pf stationery card (1294a) with message addressed to Germany cancelled 'OTJIMBINGUE' c.d.s. '9 11 96' Karlsruhe transit cancellation on the front.,
1890 envelope addressed to Hamburg 'Per S.S. Adolph W' franked 20pf adhesive paying the double rate tied 'KLEIN-POPO' c.d.s. '18 5 90' light receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1915 registered envelope addressed to London franked overprinted Gold Coast 1d & 2d adhesives tied 'PALIME STATION' c.d.s. '27.7.15' Registration etiquette on the front. Lome transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1939 envelope addressed to Chief Officer R.C.S. "Nimanoaa' Hull island. Franked marginal horizontal pair 1/2d adhesives tied 'NIKUMAZOZO / 18.6.39' with lines above and below, initialed by H.E. Maude, The District Officer.
1941 '1d' on '1/2d' stationery postcard additionally overprinted 'OFFICIAL' from the Education Department Wellington, a school progress card, addressed to Otago cancelled 'GREEN ISLAND' c.d.s. '5 FE 41'
1914 envelope addressed to New York franked single 1/2d and two 1d adhesives tied 'ST-LUCIA/D' c.d.s. 'AP 15 14 (Dennery) A further strike below. Castries transit cancellation on the reverse.
1928 registered envelope addressed to Dallas Texas franked 1d, 1 1/2d, 2d & 6d 'Elephant & Palm' adhesives tied 'BATHURST' c.d.s. '29 MR 28' Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1942 censored envelope addressed to New York franked 1/2d adhesive paying the unsealed printed matter rate, tied 'KINGSTON' machine d/s '6 MAY 1942' Two line 'PASSED BY / CENSOR' struck in red.
1898 registered 'Myerscough' envelope addressed to London franked two horizontal pairs 1/2d and a single 2d adhesive tied 'ST LUCIA/S' c.d.s. 'MY 22 98' allocated to Soufriere, manuscript registration. Receiving cancellation on the front.