1939 First flight envelope addressed to Lobito Anglo carried on the 1st direct Cape - Angola service. Franked 1 1/2d adhesive tied 'WINDHOEK' c.d.s. '22 V111 39' receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1941 censored envelope addressed to Missouri locally redirected. Franked 1d & 2d adhesives tied 'ST GEORGES' c.d.s. '4 JUL 41' Additional Bermuda Red Cross label partly overstruck 'OPENED BY EXAMINER 449' seal at left.
1931 Airmail envelope franked 6d adhesive tied 'LAGOS' c.d.s. '5 NO 31' Carried on the first experimental internal air mail service Lagos to the Cameroons. 'INTERNAL AIRMAIL LAGOS' c.d.s. '5 NO 31' Carried on a Junkers 13 float seaplane. Few items carried.
1940 censored postcard from Perth addressed to Holland. A typewritten label on the card states that the card was held in Holland until March 1948 when it was released. (Mail was discovered at Amsterdam Central station in March 1948 where it laid until just before the German occupation 1940)
1944 censored airmail envelope written in "French" addressed to Canada. Franked 1/- adhesive tied 'ST KITTS' c.d.s. '10 MY 44' At left 'OPENED BY EXAMINER BB 96' the letters and number inserted in blue pencil.
1911 envelope to Germany. Franked C.G.H. 1/2d horizontal pair O.F.S. 1d and a single 1st issue South African 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'CENADENDAL' c.d.s. 'JA 23 11' Attractive inter provincial franking.
1937 taxed envelope addressed to Johannesburg. franked 10c adhesive tied 'ZANZIBAR' c.d.s. '10 FE 1937' 'DARESSALAAM' transit on the reverse. On arrival 2d postage due applied paying the charge. The '1/2d' on the charge has been crossed out.
1947 envelope addressed to Wellington New Zealand. Franked horizontal strip of three 1d Australian adhesives, tied 'NORFOLK ISLAND' c.d.s. '6 JE 47' the last day Australian adhesives were used on the island.
1921 advertising card addressed to France. Franked Great Britain 2d adhesive (early usage of the 2d Foreign postcard rate) tied 'BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE' c.d.s. '14 JU 21'
1943 censored envelope addressed to American Virgin Islands. Franked 1/2d & 2d Coronation adhesives tied 'GRAND TURK' c.d.s. 'OPENED BY EXAMINER D/43' seal '43' in manuscript.
1944 censored envelope addressed to Pittsburgh. franked 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'GRAND TURK' c.d.s. 'AU 21 44' 'OPENED BY EXAMINER D./43' number inserted in blue pencil
1942 multi franked registered censored envelope addressed to the U.S.A. adhesives cancelled 'GRAND TURK' c.d.s. 'NO 23 42' Crown octagonal 'PASSED D/43' struck in black.
1914 registered envelope addressed to Edinburgh. Franked horizontal pair 2 1/2d adhesives tied 'GEORGETOWN' c.d.s. 'AU 26 14' Scarce registration etiquette. Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1942 censored airmail envelope addressed to Montreal. Franked 1/2d & 1/- adhesives tied 'ST JOHNS' c.d.s. 'JY 22 42' At left 'OPENED BY EXAMINER 4113' seal usage of a UK label in the island with added manuscript 'B/2'
1945 censored airmail envelope addressed to New York. Franked 1/- 6d & 1d adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '9 MR 45' A further strike alongside. P.C.90 OPENED BY EXAMINER ITT/3' seal at left 'ITT/3' in manuscript.
1945 censored airmail envelope addressed to the U.S.A. Franked 1/- 6d & 1d adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '23 AP 45' A further strike on the front. 'OPENED BY EXAMINER I T T / 6' seal at left. The first '1' inserted in manuscript. Unrecorded.
1880 1d Great Britain stationery card headed and dated 'H.M.S. Invincible Malta March 31st 1880' cancelled 'MALTA A25' duplex 'AP 1 80' Addressed to Madras India redirected. A variety of cancellations on the front including boxed 'REDIRECTED' in black. Scarce destination.
1915 Correspondance Militaire censored stampless envelope from Western Front addressed to C.R. Walker a Lt in the Nigeria Regiment at Zungeru. 'FIELD POST OFFICE 55' c.d.s. '12 FE 15' Red boxed '1656' censor. Backstamped 'LOKOJA' and 'ZUNGERU'
1916 censored envelope from Lagos to Zinder. the envelope carried by Train from Lagos to Kano and then to Zinder by Camel. The envelope was censored by the French Military authorities.
1916 censored envelope from Lagos to Zinder Via Kano. Censor tape at left overstamped 'Territore Militaire du Niger Le Commandant' in violet. The senders name has been cut away possibly by the censor.
1947 registered envelope to Johannesburg franked Royal Visit adhesives tied 'LOBATSI' c.d.s. '17 11 47' Straight line 'COUNTER DELIVERY' in violet. Red manuscript 'Unable to affect delivery Berea' countersigned.
1941 multi censored envelope from Red Cross Message Bureau Kingston addressed to International Red Cross Switzerland. On the reverse 2d & 2/6d adhesives tied 'KINGSTON' c.d.s. 'JY 30 41' 'OPENED BY EXAMINER 1527 I.C.' seal at left. Intercepted in Bermuda 'I.C.' in manuscript.
1955 usage of Great Britain overprinted 1/- KGV1 postal order with additional QE11 30c adhesive 'NAIROBI' c.d.s. '26 OC 55' This KGV1 postal order was issued top the colony in 1955
1897 envelope addressed to West Hartlepool franked Great Great Britain marginal 1/2d adhesive paying the unsealed printed matter rate tied 'BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA' c.d.s. 'FE 9 97'
1943 censored stampless envelope addressed to Oregon 'ROSEAU' c.d.s. '11 MR 43' Crown Octagonal 'PASSED RR/1' struck in violet, partly overstruck 'GENERAL POST OFFICE DOMINICA Br W.I.' in violet '10 MCH 43' Miller does not list the 'RR/1' censor.
1943 multi franked censored airmail envelope addressed to New York. Adhesives tied 'ROSEAU' c.d.s. '25 NO 43' 'OPENED BY EXAMINER RR/2' seal at left 'RR/2' inserted in manuscript.
1944 multi franked airmail censored envelope addressed to Montreal Canada. Adhesives tied 'ROSEAU' c.d.s. '17 JY 44' 'OPENED BY EXAMINER RR/18' seal at left 'RR/18' inserted in manuscript.