1912 1d stationery postcard with message addressed to Amsterdam. Uprated vertical pair 1d adhesives paying the registration fee tied oval 'REGISTERED GIBRALTAR' d/s '2 NO 12' transit and receiving cancellations. Scarce registered usage.
1912 1d stationery wrapper addressed to Madrid. Uprated single 1/2d and 2 x 1d adhesives (Registration fee 2d) tied oval 'REGISTERED GIBRALTAR' d/s '7 AU 12' Receiving cancellation on the reverse. Scarce registered usage.
1939 usage KGV 2d stationery envelope addressed to Limuru Kenya. Franked multiple KGV1 adhesives paying the registered airmail fee tied oval 'REGISTERED GIBRALTAR' d/s '11 JY 39' Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1933 3d registered stationery envelope (H) addressed to Buenos Aires Argentina. Franked 1 1/2d & 2 1/2d adhesives tied oval 'REGISTERED GIBRALTAR' d/s '7 MR 33' Transit and receiving cancellations.
1938 airmail envelope 'By German Air Line' From Rhyl to Bathurst. On the reverse scarce error 'BATHHURST' receiving c.d.s. '5 AU 38' In use between August 5th & 11th 1938 before being corrected.
1920 postcard addressed to France. Franked Great Britain 1d adhesive by Indian 'F.P.O. 409' c.d.s. '18 JUN 20' Initialed alongside. Probably philatelic but a scarce usage.
1869 envelope addressed to St Andrews Scotland. Franked Great Britain 6d adhesive tied 'C' On the reverse unframed 'BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE' c.d.s. '6 NO 69' 'M/N'R' circular cachet in red of the Northern Railway. A little creased bottom left corner.
1935 internal registered envelope. Franked 1d & 3d adhesives tied oval 'REGISTERED KUMASI' d/s '2 JUN 35' On the front manuscript 'Unclaimed/Addressee left for England' On the reverse straight line 'UNCLAIMED' and manuscript 'Not Called for' initialed.
1934 taxed airmail envelope from Netherlands addressed to Singapore. On arrival 12c postage due applied paying the manuscript charge, tied 'SINGAPORE' c.d.s. '16 MR 34'
1911 envelope addressed to Tarawa. Franked 1d overprinted adhesive tied 'OCEAN ISLAND' c.d.s. 'JA 1 11' This is the first day of usage of both the adhesive and the cancellation. Miss Dickinson was the daughter of the Commissioner of the Northern Gilberts. Opened a little roughly top left.
1906 stampless On His Majesty's Service envelope from the Colonial Postmaster addressed to Germany. Cancelled 'KINGSTON' c.d.s. 'JY 31 06' Alongside 'ST VINCENT/OFFICIAL/PAID' cachet struck in black.
1939 censored 5c stationery envelope addressed to Bristol. Uprated 1c & 2c adhesives tied 'REMBAU' c.d.s. '30 NO 1939' Three line censor cachet. Some toning.
1925 envelope addressed to the U.S.A. Franked 3d adesive tied oval 'DEUTSCHE SEEPOST/LX111' cachet '6 12 23' Handstamped "Wahehe" ships cachet below in violet. Woermann Line vessel.
1941 censored O.H.M.S. airmail envelope addressed to Accra. Franked vertical pair and a single 1/- adhesive tied 'BATHURST' c.d.s. '2 JA 41' Countersigned bottom left corner from a Captain Adjutant 4th Bn Gold Coast Regiment, West African Field Force. Crown censor cachet '2996' Receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1969 airmail envelope addressed to Houston Texas. Backstamps and return address shown the orgin in Biafrta. Smuggled out by an Irish priest at the Catholic Mission Mbutu Ngwa. Put in the mail from Ireland.
1914 registered 'On Her Britannic Majesty's Service' envelope addressed to Prague. Franked vertical pair Great Britain overprinted '1 1/14 PIASTRE' on '3d' adhesives tied 'BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE' c.d.s. '29 JA 14'
1910 1d Great Britain overprinted stationery card with message addressed to Casablanca Morocco. Cancelled 'BEYROUT BRITISH POST OFFICE' c.d.s. 'DE 16 10' transit and receiving cancellations.
1939 censored envelope addressed to the U.S.A. Franked 2 1/2d and 1d Coronation adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '21 DE 39' At right 'OPENED BY CENSOR' in black on green paper with '1' inserted. The only known example of the label.
1914 registered envelope addressed to the U.K. Franked 3d Gold Coast adhesive tied 'LOME TOGO' c.d.s. '23 12 14' A further strike alongside. Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1941 censored airmail envelope from an internee in St James Internment Camp. Franked single 6c and a pair 12c adhesives tied 'PORT OF SPAIN' c.d.s. 'FE 12 41' Double oval 'INTERNMENT CAMP TRINIDAD & TOBAGO' struck in violet.
1944 censored airmail envelope addressed to New York. Franked 1/- & 2d adhesives tied readable 'ROSEAU' c.d.s. '4 MR 44' A further strike below. 'OPENED BY EXAMINER' seal at left manuscript 'R R/10' unrecorded number.
1941 censored envelope addressed to New York. Franked 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'ROSEAU' c.d.s. '14 Jy 41' A further strike alongside. Straight line 'PASSED BY CENSOR' in violet.
1940 censored envelope addressed to London. Franked vertical pair 1 1/2d adhesives tied 'G.P.O. BARBADOS' c.d.s. '2 MR 40' Two line 'RETURNED/BY CENSOR' struck in violet. The only recorded example. Returned to the sender on 4th March.
1939 envelope franked 1d Coronation' adhesive tied 'SOUTH GEORGIA' c.d.s. 'MR 28 39' addressed to Northern Rhodesia, forwarded to Belgium Congo where numerous adhesives were added for the registered airmail to Philadelphia where it arrived on 17th June.
1936 postcard addressed to Germany. Franked 6c adhesive tied 'SINGAPORE' c.d.s. '19 DE 1936' A seal of the German Cruiser 'Emden' on the front. From a sailor on the naval ship.