1932 envelope carried on Pacific Aerial Transport Ltd flight Port Moresby to Salamoua. Franked block of four Lakatoi 1/2d adhesive cancelled 'PORT MORESBY' c.d.s. '13 OC 32' Tied by the straight line cachet of Pacific Aerial transport Ltd.
1935 envelope carried on First Flight Port Moresby - Ioma signed by the pilot carried on 'VH-UOX' Franked 3d and overprinted Jubilee 2d adhesives, tied 'PORT MORESBY' c.d.s. '29 AU 35'
1941 censored envelope addressed to Adelaide franked 5d adhesive tied 'MANUS' c.d.s. '12 JU 41' Boxed 'A/3' applied by the censor in Adelaide, denoting seen, not opened.
1941 censored airmail envelope addressed to Brisbane franked 3d & 5d adhesives tied 'SALAMAUA' c.d.s. '31 DE 41' Diamond censor cachet applied in Brisbane.
1936 cover carried on first flight Daru to Mt Blucher Police Camp, Upper Fly on the "Kono" Franked 3d adhesive tied 'DARU' c.d.s. '18 JU 36' The cover has been signed by both pilot's, sined and dated by the Mt Blucher Police Camp on the reverse. Due to bad weather the mail was parachuted into the camp.
1930 envelope from LKondon to Eddie Creek, Salamoa, Rabaul. Handstamped violet boxed 'UNCLKAIMED / AT RABAUL" On the reverse Dead Letter Office Sydney and boxed "NON RECLAME / UNCLAIMED" A scarce unclaimed cachet of Rabaul on a commercial cover.
1933 30c Giraffe registered stationery envelope (H) The vflap is not stuck down. Has a printers paper crease on the front. Superb unused.
1926 30c registered Giraffe stationery envelope (G) The flap is not stuck down. Superb unused.
1929 30c registered Giaffre stationery envelope (H) addressed to Germany with additional 2 x 10c and a single 5c adhesive tied 'IRINGA' c.d.s. '20 DE 1929' Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse
1929 50c registered Giaffre stationery envelope (G) addressed to Northampton cancelled DAR ES SALAAM' c.d.s. '30 DE 24' 50c paid the registration (35c + 15c) to Empire destinations.
1927 30c registered Giaffre stationery envelope (G) addressed to Nairobi with additional 15c adhesive tied 'ARUSHA' c.d.s. '17 MY 26' paying the local/Empire rate.
1921 3c stationery card with message uprated 3c adhesive both overprinted 'G.E.A.' cancelled by the scarce large 'ARU' barred datestamp '1 V11 21' extremly worn by the time the card wass sent. Recorded usage November 1920 until August 1921
1935 50c registered stationery envelope (H) addressed to Western Australia. Franked 15c adhesive tied 'LUGAZI' c.d.s. '1 JU 35' Receiving cancellation on the front.
1935 50c registered stationery envelope (G) addressed to Lushoto cancelled 'KITUI' c.d.s. '3 AU 35' Blank regisdtration label handstamped 'KITUI' in violet. transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1935 50c registered stationery envelope (G) overprinted 'SPECIMEN' The flap is not stuck down. Superb.
1933 50c registered stationery envelope (G) "THO, DE LA RUE & CO." under the flap which is not stuck down. Superb unused.
1896 "ONE ANNA" on "One and a Half Anna" stationery card overprinted 'ZANZIBAR' with message addressed to Kiel cancelled 'ZANZIBAR' c.d.s. '7 MA 96' Large part octagonal 'LA REUNION A MARSEILLE LV No 3' d/s Receiving cancellation on the front.
1950 airmail envelope from Colchester addressed to Winneba. Red manuscript 'DECEASED' Straight line 'UNCLAIMED' together with a boxed '2' both struck in black.
1899 "20c" on 2d Gibraltar overprinted registered stationery envelope (F) overprinted Specimen, additionally handstamped "ULTRAMAR" allpied by the Portuguese Post Office before being distributed to its overseas territories. The Flap is stuck down, slight toning.
c.1951 40c registered stationery envelope (K) 'THOMAS DE LA RUE & CO., LTD' under the flap which is not stuck down. Superb unused.
1895 envelope addressed to Massachusetts franked 21/2d Cameo adhesive tied 'BATHURST' c.d.s. 'JY 15 95' Paid Liverpool Br Packet trtansit cancellation. New York Paid All on the reverse.
1937 envelope with enclosed letter addressed to Amsterdam franked Coronation trio tied 'CHRISTMAS ISLAND' c.d.s. 'JU 26 1937'
c.1947/9 envelope from H.M.S. Narvik addressed to Leeds franked 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'POST OFFICE / MARITIME MAIL' machine d/s Opened a little roughly.
1907 envelope addressed to Kimberley franked 1d adhesive tied 'FORT BEAUFORT' c.d.s. 'AP 22 07' Retangular 'UNKNOWN' and large violet boxed 'UNDELIVERED FOR REASONS STATED / TO BE RETURNED TO THE SENDER AT / THE ADDRESS SHOWN ON COVER'
1942 censored printed "V" cover addressed to 3rd Group of Signals, Malaya. 1 1/2d adhesive tied 'CAPE TOWN' machine d/s '21 JAN 42' Two line bi-lingual "MAIL SERVICE SUSPENDED' struck in violet. 'RETURNED D.L.O. CAPE TOWN' c.d.s. on the reverse '13 V 42'
1916 envelope addressed to Canada franked vertical strip of four 1/4d adhesives tied 'ST JOHN'S ANTIGUA' c.d.s. 'JA 8 16'
1906 registered envelope addressed to Canada franked 1d & 2d adhesives tied 'ST JOHN'S ANTIGUA' c.d.s. 'MY 6 06' Transit cancellations on the reverse.
1853 entire letter 'Par Marseille & Voie de Suez' addressed to Port Louis from Bordeaux with oval 'EYQUEM & FILS' agents cachet. Orange boxed 'P.P.' Oval 'PACKET LETTER MAURITIUS' d/s 'JY 6 1853' struck in red.
1851 entire letter "Per Steamer via Galle for transmission to Mauritius" from Madras addressed to Mauritius. Boxed 'MADRAS / G.P.O./ 1851 10 OCT' and 'India Paid' Oval ' crescent both struck in red. Oval 'PACK LETTER MAURITIUS' d/s in black '17 NOV 1851'
1852 outer lettersheet from Mauritius to Bordeaux "Per Ship "Rodney" via Ceylon & Marseille" '1/-' in red manuscript Crown 'MAURITIUS G.P.O.' datestamp 'MR 03 1852' and straight line 'SHIP LETTER' in black. 'BRITISH PACKET POSTAGE / PAID' in black. Galle, Alexandra, and French cancellations on the flap. Charged '10' decimes on arrival in France.
1938 envelope from Newport addressed to Papua with finger type 'RETURNED TO WRITER / UNCLAIMED / G.P.O. PORT MORESBY' struck in black. Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.
1911 stampless O.H.M.S.' envelope Government crest on the reverse, addressed to Buna Bay cancelled 'PORT MORESBY' c.d.s. '23 FEB 11'
1927 registered envelope addressed to Chicago franked horizontal strip of three 1d adfhesives tied 'GRAND BAHAMA' c,d.s. '17 SP 27 Registration label applied in Nassau. The left hand 1d has a small tear at the base.
1925 envelope addressed to Chicago franked 1d adhesive tied 'PALMETTO POINT' c.d.s. '1 FEB 35' a further strike alongside.
1949 airmail envelope addressed to Kent franked single 2d and 2 x 24c U.P.U. adhesives tied 'G.P.O. GRENADA' c.d.s. '5 DE 49' Franked in dual currency
1917 1/2d stationery card with printed advertisement addressed locally to the officers mess, cancelled 'GIBRALTAR' c.d.s. '8 MY 17'
1912 1/2d stationery wrapper adressed locally cancelled 'BARBADOS' c.d.s. 'AU 10 12'
1927 1d Meter proof in red (N 7) with 'JOHANNESBURG' c.d.s. '9 IV 27' Handstamped 'Especimen' in violet.
1927 1/2d Meter proof '(M 1) struck in red 'KIMBERLEY' c.d.s. '8 IV 27' handstamped 'Especimen' in violet.
1940 stampless censored photographic postcard H.M.S. "Gloucester" addressed to Cape Town with violet naval tombstone cachet initialed. Triple circle 'PAQUEBOT' in violet, overstamped 'CALE TOWN KAAPSTAD 86' c.d.s. '10 MAY 40' Boxed bi-lingual 'NOT KNOWN' and 'RETURNED D.L.O. CAPE TOWN' cancellation, all on the front.
1933 taxed envelope addressed to Castries St Lucia franked 1d adhesive tied 'BARBADOS G.P.O.' c.d.s. '31 MY 33' "T" inblack circle. On arrival 1d postage due applied tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. a futher strike on the reverse 3 June.
1897 20c registered stationery envelope (K) The flap is not stuck down, a superb unused example from the 5th April 1897 printing of 1250
1912 2d registereed stationery envelope (K) The flap is not stuck down, no creases. A superb example.
1926 2d registered stationery envelope (K) addressed to Denmark with additional 1/- & 6d adhesives tied oval 'REGISTERED GIBRALTAR' d/s '1 MY 26' A little edge creasing as usual on this size.
1916 2d registered stationery envelope (H2) addressed to Gerrards Cross with additional vertical pair 1d adhesives tied oval 'REGISTEREED GIBRALTAR' d/s '31 JY 16' From either the first or second printing a total of 1768 were printed.
1911 2d registered stationery envelope (H2) addressed to London with additional 3 x 1d adhesives tied oval 'REGISTERED GIBRALTAR' d/s '5 SE 11' Tear at bottom right corner on opening. The total printing for the H2 was 1900 500 were transfered into the Georgian stock account.
1930 registered envelope carried on the first flight to Cayenne French Guiana franked 24c , 6c & 1c adhesives tied 'AIR MAIL G.P.O. BRITISH GUIANA' c.d.s. '31 DE 30' Double boxed 'G.P.O. / BRITISH GUIANA / FIRST FLIGHT' struck in violet Receiving cancellation on the reverse.
1942 censored envelope addressed to the U.S.A. Franked 3 x 2d adhesives tied 'GIBRALTAR' machine d/s '8 OCT 42' 'OPENED BY EXAMINER A / 6005' label at left and two line 'Insufficiently Prepaid for / Transmission By Air' struck in black.
1911 envelope addressed ro Malta franked 5c Tunisia adhesive paying the unsealed printed matter rate, cancelled upon arrival 'VALLETTA' c.d.s. '29 DE 11' Straight line 'PAQUEBOT' on the front. Postmans handstamp '25' on the reverse.
1911 postcard from Bangor addressed to Lance Cple. W.J. Whitterson c/o Capt. Craster R.N. tropical Survey. A fine strike of the 'CHAKICHAKI PEMBA' receiving cancellation on the front '15 AU 11'