1896 Ambulance cover returning an undeliverable letter ro R.E.E.F. in Nuneham, from the Colonial postmaster sending an exhortation from Postmaster Trimington to sign letters with a full name.
1892 registered envelope addressed to Canada franked 12c adhesive tied "O" oval straight line of bars 'BELIZE' c.d.s. on the front 'MR 18 92' Numerous registration markings applied in transit, with cancellations on the reverse.
1942 6c registered stationery envelope (G) addressaed to Hampshire franked horizontal pair 8c and a singe $1.20 tied 'G.P.O. PORT OF SPAIN' c.d.s. 'DE 16 42' Two line 'Via trans-Atlantic / AIR MAIL' cachet in red. Customs label on the reverse.
1931 Flight envelope carried on the special Pan American flight "Dornier - X" to Miami with large fligght cachet addressed to Southend. Franked 1/4d & 1/- adhesives tied 'ST JOHN'S' c.d.s. 'AU 20 31 The 1/- is Die 1
1930 registered envelope addressed to Kentuckey franked 3d adhesive tied 'ST JOHN'S' c.d.s. 'OC 24 30' Large boxed 'YOU SHOULD VISIT / ANTIGUA / THE IDEAL SUMMER RESORT' and oval crown Antiqua Post Office cachet. Transit and receiving cancellations.
1931 taxed envelope addressed to Liechtenstein franked 2d pictorial tied 'PORT ELIZABETH' slogan d/s '1MAY 31' On arrival 15c postage due applied paying the South African charge tied 'VADUZ' c.d.s. A scarce due on cover.
1917 censored envelope addressed to the Red Cross Bern Switzerland franked Indian 2as6pi adhesive tied by a violet 'PASSEDS CENSOR 'C' E.A.' handstamp. Boxed 'CENSORSHIP / 18 JUL 1917 / "C" SECTION" cachet in red. The cover from a German women in Morogoro, possibly an internee.
1924 registered envelope addressed to Huddersfield franked 50c Giraffe tied 'ARUSHA' c.d.s. '12 AP 1924' a further strike alongside. Oval Registered Mombasa datestamp on the reverse.
1919 local envelope stationery Natioinal Bank Of South Africa franked overprinted 6c adhesive paying the unsealed printed matter rate tied 'TANGA' c.d.s. 'MY 30 19' struck in blue.
1915 local envelope franked Red Cross 1d overeprinted adhesive tied 'CEDROS' c.d.s.'OC 21 15' on first day of issue, alongside One Fraction Red Cross Trinidad Society' label.
1834 Entire Letter addressed to London with manuscript '4/4 and manuscript endorsements 'double only' and 'Packet' Backstamped with a fine impression on the Albino straight line 'MORANT BAY' cachet' KINGSTON JAMAICA' c.d.s. 'FE 10 1834' Lengthy correspondance written at Petersfield.
1944 censored envelope addressed to the U.S.A. Franked 2d & 1d adhesives tied 'No 7 AUST BASE P.O.' c.d.s. '8 NO 44' 'Opened by Censor' label at left, overstamped crown 'PASSED BY CENSOR 49' cachet.
1934 envelope addressed to Bristol franked Great Britain 1/2d & 1d Jubilee adhesives tied 'TURKS ISLAND' c.d.s. 'JL 20 35' Two line 'OCEAN MAILS/ S.S. "CAVINA" cachet in violet.
1928 envelope addressed to Edinburgh franked marginal horizontal pair 1 1/2d Badge with plate "1" in margin cancelled 'ASCENSION' c.d.s. '23 MY 28' The lest adhesive stamp No 50 shows variety break in the 8th line of shading to the right of rock. Stamp 51 white patch on the hull of the ship.
1910 4d registered stationery envelope (H2) H&G C8 addressed to London cancelled 'TONGA GOVERNMENT FRANK' 'NUKUALOFA' c.d.s. 'FE 25 10' and oval registration cachet 'New York/Exchange' etiquete applied in transit.
1898 taxed unpaid postcard addressed to France written on board the train en-route to Bulawayo from Cape Town. Franked C.G.H. 1/2d & 2 x 1d adhesives with pencil "0" and red line denoting adhesives not valid 'BULAWAYO' c.d.s. on the front '27 DEC 98' Octagonal charge marking, on arrival horizontal pair 10c French postage dues applied paying the charge .
1944 censored airmail envelope addressed to St Louis franked 2/6 (Keyplate) and 3d adhesives tied 'ST GEORGE'S' c.d.s. '26 NO 432' Manuscript "Export Permit/47920" Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1940 envelope addressed to London franked vertical pair 1d adhesives tied by the large 'SWAKOPMUND S.W.A. / SEA / BATHING / HEALTH RESORT' Scarce bi-lingual two line 'Insufficently Prepaid. / For transmission by AIr Mail' struck in violet'
1930 stampless On His Majesty's Service envelope from The Returned Letter Office addressed to London cancelled 'WINDHOEK' c.d.s. '5 DEC 30' Oval 'POST AND TELEGRAPHS / OFFICIAL FREE / SOUTH WEST AFRICA' cachet.
1894 1d red-brown on white stationery card overprinted 'MASHONALAND' in black, addressed to Johannesburg, commercial usage, with a one lined message on reverse. Uprated 1d Arms adhesive tied "F" 'VICTORIA' c.d.s. alongside 'JA 16 94' Pretoria transit cancellation on the reverse.
1897 1d Mashonaland stationery card with message from The Bank Of Africa addressed to Mafeking. Uprated 1/2d large Arms tied 'BULAWAYO' c.d.s. 'NO 19 97' Receiving cancellation on the front.
1943 registered Red Cross multi censored envelope addressed to Switzerland franked horizontal pair 20c Coronation adhesives tied 'CUREPIPE' c.d.s. '3 DE 43' Mauritius Red Cross cachet on the reverse 'OPENED/ BY EXAMINER/ E E / 2' The number in red pencil.
1933 internal Express envelope addressed to Vreed-En-Hoop franked 4 x 2c adhesives tied 'ESSEQUEBO STEAMER' c.d.s. '8 AP 33' Black/Maroon 'EXPRESS' label. On the reverse transit and rewceiving cancellations including 'W.C. RAILWAY' cancellation.
1898 envelope addressed to St Kitts franked vertical pair 2d 'Columbus' adhesives tied 'PORT OF SPAIN' c.d.s. 'AU 4 98' a further strike below. The stamp was issued on 31st July, this cover is the earlest known usage on cover,.
1902 2d registered stationery envelope (G) addressed to London uprated 2d 'Columbus' adhesive tied 'TOBAGO' c.d.s. 'JU 17 02' A further strike ties the registration label. Port Of Spain transit on the reverse. Nice usage from Tobago.
1904 1d Quuen Victoria stationery envelope addressed to London uprated 2d 'Picton' adhesive paying the registration fee, tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. 'JA 15 04' a further strike alongside.
1915 underpaid postcard addressed to London franked 1/2d adhesive tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '12 JY 15' locally applied "T" On arrival 1d postage due appled paying the charge tied 'LEWISHAM S.O.' c.d.s. '14 AU 15'
1947 Formula registered stationery envelope (H2) addressed to Freetown Sierra Leone, from Cable & Wireless. Franked 10/- adhesive cancelled 'ASCENSION' c.d.s. Manuscript Air Mail marking. Oval Freetown receiving cancellation on the reverse '11 FE 47'