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ST LUCIA

1908 | ST LUCIA (11471)

1908 envelope addressed to Rochester N.Y. Franked single 1d and a horizontal strip of three 1d adhesives tied 'ST LUCIA/VF) c.d.s. 'MY 2 08' A further strike alongside. Castries transit on the reverse.

£200.00
ST LUCIA

1900 | ST LUCIA (11470)

1900 postcard showing a picture of the German naval vessel 'S.M.S. Stofch' addressed to Bremen. Written by a German sailor on board, manuscript notation at top left. Franked 1d adhesive tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. 'DE 20.00' Receiving cancellation on the front.

£75.00
ADEN

1939 | ADEN (11469)

1939 1a stationery envelope. The flap is not stuck down. From the 1st printing 23rd October 1939 (15,000) Superb unused.

£35.00
ADEN

1939 | ADEN (11468)

1939 3/4a stationery card overprinted 'SPECIMEN' Superb.

£38.00
SWAZILAND

1943 | SWAZILAND (11467)

1943 1d stationery card with message addressed to Johannesburg cancelled 'MBABANE' c.d.s. '28 X11 43'

£75.00
BRITISH LEVANT

1923 | BRITISH LEVANT (11466)

1923 registered Great Britain 'REGN 7 1/2 PIASTRES' on '4d' rose registered stationery envelope (G) addressed to Athens with additional overprinted 2 x '7 1/2 PIASTRES' on 'Five Pence' adhesive tied 'BRITISH POST OFFICE CONSTANTINOPLE' c.d.s. '23 AP 23' The envelope has a tear bottom right corner.

£175.00
BRITISH LEVANT

1919 | BRITISH LEVANT (11465)

1919 envelope addressed to Stockholm Sweden franked horizontal strip of five Great Britain 1/2d adhesives tied 'BRITISH POST OFFICE SMYRNA' c.d.s. '2 AU 19' Receiving cancellation on the reverse.

£25.00
NIGERIA

1940 | NIGERIA (11464)

1940 censored envelope addressed to Dakar Senegal franked 3d adhesive tied 'LAGOS' c.d.s. '19 JU 40' 'RETURNED TO SENDER / NO SERVICE' cachet struck in red with lines above and below. Freetown cancellation on the reverse 'JY 15 40'

£235.00
GRENADA

1895 | GRENADA (11463)

1895 envelope addressed to London franked three single and a tete-bete pair of the 1/2d adhesives tied 'ST GEORGES' c.d.s. 'AU 8 95' The tete-bete pairs on cover are rare.

£195.00
GRENADA

1894 | GRENADA (11462)

1894 envelope addressed to Bristol franked horizontal strip of five 'POSTAGE AND REVENUE 1d' on 'EIGHT PENCE' adhesive tied 'D' village cancellation of Grenville (St Andrew) '14 JU 94' Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse. Light vertical fold.

£165.00
ST LUCIA

1944 | ST LUCIA (11461)

1944 censored envelope addressed to New York franked 1d, 6d & 1/- adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '4 MR 44' a further strike on the front 'OPENED BY EXAMINER / T T /1' seal at left.

£55.00
ST LUCIA

1943 | ST LUCIA (11460)

1943 censored envelope addressed to Canada franked 2 1/2d adhesive tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '31 MR 43' A further strike on the front. Brown blank paper seal at left overstamped 'PASSED BY CENSOR' struck in black, which is reputed to be the last day of usage of the Type CH1 censor mark.

£48.00
ST LUCIA

1941 | ST LUCIA (11459)

1941 censored envelope addressed to Boston franked 2d & 1 1/2d adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '22 AU 41' White/Black 'OPENED BY CENSOR' seal at left (Text length 76mm)

£35.00
ST LUCIA

1944 | ST LUCIA (11458)

1944 censored envelope addressed to New York franked 1d, 6d & 1/- adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '27 NO 44' a further strike below. 'OPENED BY EXAMINER / TT /2' seal at left 'TT & 2' inserted in manuscript.

£75.00
ST LUCIA

1942 | ST LUCIA (11457)

1942 censored envelope addressed to the U.S.A. franked 2d & 1 1/2d adhesives tied 'CASTRIES' c.d.s. '3 MR 42' a further strike alongside. Green/black 'OPENED BY CENSOR seal at left (Text length 74mm)

£28.00
KENYA UGANDA TANGANYIKA

1940 | KENYA UGANDA TANGANYIKA (11456)

1940 stampless 'On Active Service' envelope addressed to an officer in the Nigeria Regiment, Nairobi. Octagonal PASSED BY / CROWN / NAVAL CENSOR' cachet and three line 'POSTAL FRANK / Naval officer in charge / KILINDINI' both struck in violet initialed. Part 'MOMBASA' c.d.s. on the front '10 SE 40' On the reverse 'E.A. ARMY POSTAL SERVICES KENYA' c.d.s. '10 SE 40'

£48.00
COOK ISLANDS

1920 | COOK ISLANDS (11455)

1920 registered envelope addressed to London franked single 1/2d and horizontal pair 2d adhesives tied 'MAUKE c.d.s. '17 AP 20'

£95.00
MAURITIUS

1891 | MAURITIUS (11454)

1891 2c stationery card addressed to Port Louis cancelled '12' barred oval numeral 'RIVIERE SECHE' c.d.s. proving cancellation alongside 'OC 5 91 'with '5' sideways.

£165.00
MAURITIUS

1880 | MAURITIUS (11453)

1880 2c stationery card with message used internally cancelled '15' barred oval numeral 'UNION - VALE' 'JU 16 80' proving cancellation alongside.

£75.00
GOLD COAST

1940 | GOLD COAST (11452)

1940 censored envelope addressed to England franked 1 1/2d adhesive tied 'NSUTA WASSAWI' c.d.s. '14 NOV 40 'RED CROSS/ FUND / GOLD COAST label on the fronnt. Octagonal censor '8' struck in red.

£75.00
SIERRA LEONE

1939 | SIERRA LEONE (11451)

1939 stampless envelope addressed to Philadelphia. Two line 'PASSED BY CENSOR / "LONDONDERRY"' struck in blue. 'LONDON / RECEIVED FROM / H.M.SHIPS' machine d/s '6 NOV 1939' The Londonderry was a naval sloop based in Freetown from early October to December 1939 it was used on mine sweeping and local escort duties.

£80.00
SIERRA LEONE

1942 | SIERRA LEONE (11450)

1942 registered 'SIERRA LEONE RAILWAYS TELEGRAM' printed envelope addressed to Area Signal Company Freetown. Franked 4d & 1/2d adhesives tied 'REGISTERED G.P.O. SIERRA LEONE d/s '10 SP 42' 'FIELD POST OFFICE 41' c.d.s. on the reverse '11 SP 42' Scarce Telegram usage.

£125.00
SIERRA LEONE

1942 | SIERRA LEONE (11449)

1942 envelope from London addressed to Air Headquarters R.A.F. West Africa Force, being returned to London, on the reverse legible 'FIELD POST OFFICE 41' c.d.s. (Sierra Leone) Boxed 'DAMAGED BY / SEA WATER' struck in violet. The envelope was carried by an unidentified vessel. This cover mentioned on page 271 Maritime Disaster mail.

£95.00
SIERRA LEONE

1942 | SIERRA LEONE (11448)

1942 censored envelope adhesive washed off addressed to London with part Freetown cancellation. Boxed 'DAMAGED BY SE WATER' struck in violet. The mails from this unidentified vessel appear to have been posted in Sierra Leone around 26th November 1942. On the reverse 'G.R. OFFICIALLY SEALED IN THE / RETURNED LETTER SECTION / LONDON POSTAL REGION'

£75.00
LEEWARD ISLANDS (ST KITTS)

1943 | LEEWARD ISLANDS (ST KITTS) (11447)

1943 censored airmail envelope addressed to Washington D.C. Franked 1 1/2d St Kitts and a 1/- Leeward Islands adhesive tied 'ST KITTS' c.d.s. '14 AP 43' A further strike below. 'OPENED BY / EXAMINER BB /2' sea lat left '2' crossed out '99' inserted in pencil.

£65.00
BASUTOLAND

1933 | BASUTOLAND (11446)

1933 1d stationery card overprinted 'SPECIMEN' Superb.

£35.00
BASUTOLAND

1933 | BASUTOLAND (11445)

1933 1/2d stationery postcard overprinted 'SPECIMEN' Superb.

£35.00
BASUTOLAND

1951 | BASUTOLAND (11444)

1951 4d registered stationery envelope (G) 'THOMAS DE LA RUE & COMPANY. LIMITED' under the flap. Superb unused.

£35.00
BASUTOLAND

1937 | BASUTOLAND (11443)

1937 4d registered envelope (G) 'THOS. DE LA RUE & CO. LTD' under the flap. Superb unused.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA

1918 | SOUTH AFRICA (11441)

1918 4d registered stationery envelope (G) addressed to The Chief Rabbi London franked 1d adhesive tied 'REGISTERED DURBAN' c.d.s. '26 APR 18' Carried on the R.M.S. Kenilworth Castle departing Cape Town 2nd May via Sierra Leone. On 2nd June the vessel was involved in a collision with an escorting Destroyer. Boxed 'DAMAGED BY IMMERSION / IN SEA WATER' struck in violet. Kenilworth Castle Type 1 cachet. Receiving cancellation on the reverse.

£225.00
SOUTH AFRICA

1918 | SOUTH AFRICA (11440)

1918 envelope stamp washed off large part 'PAARL' cancellation addressed to Scotland. Carried on the R.M.S. Kenilworth Castle leaving Cape Town 2nd May via Sierra Leone. On 3rd June the vessel involved in a collision with an escorting Destroyer off Eddystone lighthouse. Straight line 'SALVED LETTER' struck in violet. Kenilworth Castle Type 3 cachet.

£175.00
SOUTH AFRICA

1918 | SOUTH AFRICA (11439)

1918 envelope stamp washed off 'CAPE TOWN" machine d/s 'APR 28 1918' Addressed to Surrey. Carried on the R.M.S. Kenilworth Castle leaving Cape Town on 2nd May via Sierra Leone. On 3rd June involved in a collision with escorting Destroyer of Eddystone Lighthouse. Straight line 'DAMAGED BY SEAWATER' struck in blue. Kenilworth Castle Type 2 cachet.

£175.00
MAURITIUS

1918 | MAURITIUS (11438)

1918 envelope addressed to France franked on the reverse 15c, 1c and 2 x 4c adhesives tied 'CUREPIPE' c.d.s. mailed via South Africa, carried on the R.M.S. Kenilworth Castle leaving Cape Town on 2nd May sailing via Sierra Leone. On the morning 4th June of Eddystone lighthouse, she was involved in a collision with an escorting destroyer. Straight line 'ACCIDENT DE SERVICE' "PARIS - R.P. ETRANGER' c.d.s. on the front '10 - 6 18'

£275.00
GAMBIA

1920 | GAMBIA (11437)

1920 1d stationery card with message addressed to Munich cancelled 'BATHURST' c.d.s. '8 JY 20'

£25.00
GAMBIA

1929 | GAMBIA (11436)

1929 1d stationery envelope 'Via S Leone / Per M.V. "Deido"' addressed to Bristol cancelled 'BATHURST' c.d.s. ' 5 DE 29' light stain top right corner.

£28.00
GAMBIA

1943 | GAMBIA (11435)

1943 stampless 'Cigarette' acknowledgement postcard with message from 295 RAF Wing. addressed to Honolulu cancelled 'FIELD POST OFFICE 109' c.d.s. '2 AP 43'

£35.00
BRITISH BECHUNALAND

1894 | BRITISH BECHUNALAND (11434)

1894 envelope addressed to Mafeking franked Great Britain overprinted 4d adhesive tied 'MACLOUSTSIE' c.d.s. 'FE 4 94' A further strike alongside.

£165.00
BRITISH BECHUNALAND

1895 | BRITISH BECHUNALAND (11433)

1895 envelope addressed to Mafeking franked Great Britain overprinted 4d adhesive tied '568' barred oval 'GABERONES B.B.P.' c.d.s. alongside 'FE 14 95' Receiving cancellation on the reverse.

£150.00
BRITISH BECHUNALAND

1893 | BRITISH BECHUNALAND (11432)

1893 envelope official stationery written by Sir Shippard addressed to Cape Town franked Great Britain overprinted 2d adhesive tied 'VRYBURG' c.d.s. 'AU 25 93' A further strike alongside. Receiving cancellation on the reverse.

£150.00
BRITISH BECHUNALAND

1904 | BRITISH BECHUNALAND (11431)

1904 envelope addressed to London franked Great Britain overprinted 1/2d and a horizontal pair 1d lilac adhesives tied 'MAHALAPYE SIDINGS' c.d.s. 'FE 29 4' (leap year) A further strike alongside. Transit and receiving cancellations on the reverse.

£195.00
BRITISH BECHUNALAND

1898 | BRITISH BECHUNALAND (11430)

1898 envelope addressed to Mafeking franked Great Britain overprinted 2d adhesive tied 'MOLEOPOLE BECHUANALAND' c.d.s. 'MR 28 98' Receiving cancellation on the reverse.

£250.00
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

1912 | WESTERN AUSTRALIA (11429)

1912 1d illustrated stationery card (Settler's Home Victoria) uprated 1/2d adhesive with message addressed to Germany tied 'ARGYLL' c.d.s. '23 NO 12'

£75.00
AUSTRALIA

1911 | AUSTRALIA (11428)

1911 1d illustrated Letter Card (Zoological Gardens Perth W.A.) with message addressed to Germany uprated Victoria three halfpence adhesive tied 'MELBOURNE' machine d/s '21 OC 11'

£65.00
WESTERN AUSTRALIA

1912 | WESTERN AUSTRALIA (11427)

1912 1d illustrated Letter Card (Albert Bridge. Queensland) with message addressed to Germany. Uprated 1d 1/2d & 1d adhesives tied 'FREEMANTLE' c.d.s. '30 JAN 12'

£85.00
GOLD COAST

1946 | GOLD COAST (11426)

1946 Great Britain 3d registered stationery envelope (G) addressed to Zuarungu cancelled 'FIELD POST OFFICE 245' c.d.s. '19 MR 46' used in Palestine. From a Gold Coast solider in the 14th (WA) Infantry Garrison Company M.E.F. 'LAGOS MIL' transit cancellation 'BOLGATANGA' cancellation on the reverse. Mail from West African troops in Palestine is rare.

£85.00
GOLD COAST

1941 | GOLD COAST (11425)

1941 multi censored envelope from Kolwezi Belgium Congo addressed to Geneva. The envelope transited through Accra where the boxed 'NOT OPENED / BY CENSOR' struck in red was applied, one of three recorded examples, this being the earliest date (7th July 1941) Illustrated on page 58 West African Censorship.

£165.00
GOLD COAST

1941 | GOLD COAST (11424)

1941 censored envelope from Reigate franked 1 1/2d adhesive tied 'ACCRA' c.d.s. '21 FE 41' Hexagon 'PASSED / BY / CENSOR / GOLD COAST / 17' struck in red used for a short period. Countersigned bottom left corner.,

£30.00
GOLD COAST

1941 | GOLD COAST (11423)

1941 censored envelope addressed to Reading franked 1 1/2d adhesive tied 'ACCRA' c.d.s. '21 MAR 41' 'PASSED / BY / CENSOR / GOLD COAST /27' struck in red.

£38.00
GOLD COAST

1942 | GOLD COAST (11422)

1942 censored envelope addressed to Johannesburg franked horizontal strip of three 1d adhesives tied 'ACCRA' c.d.s. '19 JUN 42' Crown rectangle with crown to the right of passed 'OO/2' struck in blue, a day earlier than the other recorded example.

£95.00
GOLD COAST

1944 | GOLD COAST (11421)

1944 censored envelope addressed to Rhode Island franked 3d adhesive tied ' W A' c.d.s. '11 AUG 1944' a further strike alongside 'OPENED BY EXAMINER 00/242' seal at left with printing information (Type L4a-d) which is rare. The envelope has been slightly trimmed at right side on opening.

£65.00

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