1915 envelope with enclosed letter addressed to London franked Great Britain 4d adhesive tied '1st AUST DIVISION / TRAIN / FIELD P.O.' c.d.s. '11 JU 15' a further strike alongside.
1941 censored postcard addressed to The British Consulate Lisbon franked Great Britain 2d adhesive tied 'BRITISH POST OFFICE TANGIER' c.d.s. '26 JU 41' Octagonal crown cenor 'P 64' struck in red on the front overstamped with the Lisboa receiving cancellation.
1946 stampless envelope from Norton Internment Camp addressed to Germany with oval 'NORTON INTERNMENT CAMP NORTON S. RHODESIA' d/s struck in green '16 DEC 1946' 'NORTON' c.d.s. above. The internee S.W. Freye was previously held in Daressalam before being transfered to Norton at the end of the war.
1940 stampless multi censored envelope from a German internee Daressalam. On stationery with imprinted boxed cachet on the reverse dated in poencil '23 5 40' this is a week after the latest known usage of these envelopes. Large double oval 'INTERNMENT CAMP DARESSALAM / PASSED BY / CENSOR' struck in violet and 'POSTAL / Internment Camp / COMMANDANT / FRANK' German censor seal on the reverse 'C'
1939 censored stampless envelope from Internment Camp Daressalam addressed to Germany with boxed censor cachet. German censor seal on the reverse. Dated in pencil '5 10 39'
1939 stampless censored airmail envelope from German internee at Pugo Road Internment Camp Daressalam addressed to Germany. On the reverse large triple oval 'INTERNMENT CAMP / 9 SEP 1929' initialed, which is not listed. Cancelled 'DARESSALAM' c.d.s. '12 SE 1939' and 'POSTAL / Internment Camp / Commandant / FRANK' cachet struck in violet. Some toning at right. A very early internee cover.
1925 registered 'On His Majesty's Service' envelope addressed to the U.S.A. franked Ascension 8d 'Badge' tied 'ST HELENA' c.d.s. 'JU 9 25' Hooded 'REGISTERED LONDON' and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1920 12c registered stationery envelope (H2) addresseds to New York franked additional 50c adhesive tied 'VICTORIA' c.d.s. 'AU 25 20' Large part 'TREASURY SEYCHELLES' red wax seal. Hooded 'REGISTERED LONDON' and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1936 20c registered stationery envelope (H2) addressed to New York franked additional 20c adhesive tied 'VICTORIA' c.d.s. 'JA 24 36' Large part 'TREASURY SEYCHELLES' red wax seal. Receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1922 Great Britain overprinted '7 1/2 PIASTRES' on '4 1/2 PENCE' (F) date code 'AR' Handstamped 'COLONIES' applied by the Portugese postal administration. Superb, the flap is not stuck down.
1943 censored registered envelope addressed to Chile franked on the reverse by an irregular block KGV 1/2d adhesives overprinted 'WAR TAX' tied 'NASSAU' c.d.s. '6 SE 43' 'OPENED BY EXAMINER / IG / 5004' seal and part scarce two line 'POSTAL PERMIT 1103 the second line is unclear. The postal permit was required for the export of monetry instruments ie stamps during WW11
1917 censored South African 1/2d stationery wrapper addressed to Windhul cancelled by a light strike of the 'Namutoni' rubber cancellation, a further fine strike of the cancellation on the front with month and date reversed, no year expressed. 'TSUMEB' transit cancellation on the reverse.
1947 envelope addressed to Nassau franked 1/2d adhesive paying the printed mattere rate tied 'GRAYS L.I. BAHAMAS' T.R.D. 'MAR 15 1947' struck in violet, a further strike below. Receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1941 envelope stationery 'Great White Fleet' addressed to the U.S.A. Franked '3d' on '2 1/2d' adhesive tied 'NASSAU BAHAMAS' slogan d/s 'AUG 4 1941' 'UNITED FRUIT COMPANY STEAMSHIP SERVICE / S/S JAMAICA' cachet on the front 'AUG 2 1941' struck in black.
1943 censored envelope addressed to the U.S.A. franked 3d adhesive with King George's Fund for Sailors Bahamas Appeal patriotic label alongside tied 'NASSAU BAHAMAS' slogan d/s 'DEC 13 43'
1911 1/2d stationery card uprated 2 1/2d adhesive with message addressed to Germany internally redirected to Trier cancelled double oval 'HAMBURG - AMERICAN LINE / ATLAS SERVICE / S.S. / PRINZ JOACHIM' d/s 'MAY 11 1911' struck in blue.
1907 Ceylon 10c overprinted registered stationery envelope (F) addressed to London with 2 x overprinted 3c adhesives tied 'MALDIVE ISLANDS' c.d.s. '2 IX 07' Colombo transit on the reverse, Hooded Registered receiving cancellation on the front. Some tone spots on the reverse.
1903 taxed card headed and dated 'Safunda 15-3-1903' addressed to Sydney franked horizontal pair 3pf adhesives tied 'APIA' c.d.s. '20 3 03' Octagonal 'T' in black with manuscript '17 1/2 centimes' above. On arrivaln handstruck '3d' pre-cancelled 3d postage due applied upon arrival.
1902 taxed envelope addressed to France franked 2c adhesive tied 'GEORGETOWN' c.d.s. '3 DE 1902' On arrival horizontal gutter pair 10c with plate '2' imprint and a single 10c postage due tied 'GIEN LOIRE' c.d.s. 02'
1912 postcard addressed to Berlin franked 1d adhesive tied double oval 'HAMBURG - AMERICAN LINE / ATLAS SERVICE / Posted on High Seas / S.S. ALLEMANIA' struck in red. Small thin at base of card.
Undated WW.11 censored 'Service of Prisoner of War' envelope addressed to California from an internee at Diyatalawa Camp written in English. Three line 'R.A. CORNISH Major / Commandant Internment Camp / Diyatalawa' struck in violet. Boxed censor cachet
1882 envelope addressed to Saxony Germany franked altered dies Perf 12 1/2 2d & 6d tied 'LEVUKA' c.d.s. 'AP 12 1882' Fine boxed 'DETAINED FOR (2d) ADDITIONAL POSTAGE' The value in blue manuscript, a further strike on the reverse. A 2d adhesive adhesive has been applied paying the charge, tied by 'Sunburst' cancellation. London transit cancellation and receiving cancellation on the reverse. This cover is illustrated on page 70 in David Alford's book. The only known example of this instructional marking.
1916 taxed envelope from Springfield Massachusetts addressed to Port of Spain on ariival 3d postage due applied paying charhe tied 'PORT OF SPAIN' c.d.s. and straight line 'UNCLAIMED' in black Manuscript 'No Money to Pay 13/5.16' initialed. On the reverse vertical strip of three 2c pre cancelled postage dues applied.
1911 photographic postcard showing a fine picture of the 'Emir of Bida locomotive leaving Baro station. Addressed to Leeds franked 1d adhesive tied 'MINNA' c.d.s. 'JY 11 1911' Zungereu transit cancellation.
1941 censored envelope addressed to California franked 3d adhesives tied by a light strike 'ST KITTS' c.d.s. '22 OC 41' A fine strike of the rare rubber crown in centre 'ST KITTS PASSED BY CEN 3' with 'SOR' missing in 'CENSOR'
1916 multi censored registered envelope addressed to Bern Switzerland franked South African horizontal pair 2 1/2d and a single 4d adhesive tied 'WINDHOEK' c.d.s. '18.3.16' The registration label has been altered by the delation of 'Deutsche Sudwestafrika' On the reverse violet oval 'CENSOR CAPE TOWN' struck in violet '27 MAR 1916' with 'PASSED' removed.
1857 envelope 'Pr Tasmania' addressed to Hobart franked with a fine four margined example 6d adhesive cancelled oval straight line of bars and boxed 'SHIP LETTER - INWARDS FREE' d/s in red '20 AP 1857' Large unframed 'SYDNEY NEW SOUTH WALES' c.d.s. 'AP 16 157' on the reverse.
1897 2d External stationery card with message in German headed and dated 'Mandala 12 DE 1897' addressed to Germany cancelled 'BLANTYRE' c.d.s. '16 DE 97' Transit and receiving cancellations on the front.
1939 Penny Halfpenny stationery card with message addressed to Sydney Australia cancelled 'NASSAU' c.d.s. '1 JL 38' A further strike alongside. 1st July 1938 is the first day of issue of this stationery card.
1941 censored envelope addressed to Pelham New York locally redirected. Franked horizontal strip of three 1d adhesives, the right adhesive is damaged at the base, tied 'Luanohua' c.d.s. '26 MAY 41' Naval patriotic label at left overstruck by 'NORTHERN RHODESIA / Examined by / Censor No. 7' seal.
1905 registered parcel tag addressed to England franked by a vertical pair 1d (faults) and block of four and two horizontal pairs 1d adhesives tied 'CAPE TOWN' c.d.s. 'MR 22 05'
1879 stampless envelope from Returned Letter Branch Cape Town addressed to Oudtshoorn. The envelope has been marked 'FORWARDED' in manuscript. Cancelled 'CAPE TOWN' c.d.s. with Three Pence to pay. Receiving cancellation on the reverse. Slightly reduced on opening at left side.
1906 Postage Due Memorandum (W.A.R. & Sons. C3196.400.000.9.1901) for 2 1/2d postage due on an incomong letter addressed to the Dutch Consul cancelled 'CAPE TOWN' c.d.s. 'JY 31 06'
1896 envelope "Per Tjomo" addressede to New York stationery 'The Barima Gold Mining Co., Ltd' Franked single 1c and a horizontal pair 2c adhesives tied 'GEORGETOWN' c.d.s. '18 SP 1896' Receiving cancellation on the reverse.