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|COLONIAL PROOFS AND MISCELLANEOUS - 1935 (circa) 'KGV' IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF of head in green.|
1935 (circa) 'King George V' head and sholders (in uniform) IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF printed in green with engraved printing on white glazed paper (53x61mm). Produced by a Czech printer to show the quality of their work for British Commonwealth issues. Fine and scarce.
|NIGERIA - 1941 1 1/2d rate censor use of postcard to UK used at BUKURU.|
1941 (NO.13.) use of picture postcard addressed to UK depicting 'Leper Women at Katsina Settlement' bearing1/2d and 1d adhesives tied BUKURU and with black sexagonal PASSED BY CENSOR/27/NIGERIA h/s below. A scarce censored use of a postcard.
|GRENADA - 1944 'I.S.S./439' censor cover to USA.|
1944 (AU.3.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2d and 3d adhesives tied by light GOUYAVE/ GRENADA cds with black on white P.C.90/OPENED BY EXAMINER/-/ - censor label (Little type L8) with 'I.S.S. 439' inserted in manuscript. This censor number not being recorded.
|CAPE OF GOOD HOPE - 1906 1/2d rate postcard use to Transvaal used at GRAHAMS TOWN STATION.|
1906 (MR.10.) use of picture postcard addressed to Transvaal depicting a lovely scene of crowds and army around the memorium statue outside 'Birch's Draper' bearing 1/2d green tied by GRAHAMS TOWN STATION/C.G.H. cds with nice WATERVAL ONDER/TVL arrival.
|BERMUDA - 1938 (circa) 'SS.MONARCH OF BERMUDA' maritime postcard use to USA. |
1938 circa use of picture postcard addressed to USA depicting 'Aeroplane view, Castle Harbour, Bermuda' bearing 1 1/2d 'Coronation' adhesive (uncancelled) but with magenta circular POSTED ON THE HIGH SEAS/S.S./MONARCH/OF/BERMUDA maritime cachet alongside.
|MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1957 'top value' registered FDC to USA used at TANGIER.|
1957 (AP.1.) registered first day cover of the 'Castle' trio (2/6d-10/-) plus 10d-1/6d values (SG 335-342) tied by various BRITISH POST OFFICE/1857 TANGIER 1957 commemoration cds's. The stamps had a short life being withdrawn at the end of the month.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA (German Offices) - 1907 stampless 'On Service' postcard use at WINDHUK.|
1907 (14.5.) use of coloured picture postcard addressed to Germany depicting' Die Zerschossene Kirche in Okahandja' (soldiers outside church) marked 'Feld' in manuscript and cancelled by the German type WINDHUK/DEUTSCHE/SUDWEST AFRIKA cds. Used by German military in SWA. The German population at this time being very small.
|NEWFOUNDLAND - 1931 first flight cover to Canada.|
1931 (AUG.23.) first flight cover addressed to Canada bearing the 50c Vickers Vimy biplane (SG type 104) cancelled by ST.JOHNS-PREVENT FOREST FIRES slogan strike and caheted with black circular FIRST OFFICIAL/AIR MAIL/FROM ST JOHNS TO NORTH SYDNEY/BY GYPSY MOTH PLANE/PILOT/ARTHUR SULLIVAN/AUGUST 4th 1931 h/s.
|NEWFOUNDLAND - 1931 registered first flight cover to UK.|
1931 (JAN.29) registered first flight cover addressed to UK bearing the 'Air' 15c & 50c adhesives (SG type 103+104) cancelled by ST.JOHNS TO ST.ANTHONY special violet commemoration h/s with additional violet boxed POST OFFICE/NEWFOUNDLAND/14 FEB 31/ST.ANTHONY h/s for returned flight.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA (German Offices) - 1900 10pfg rate postcard use to France used at WINDHOEK.|
1900 (14/2.) picture postcard addressed to France depicting 'Aus Unseren Colonien/Hereo-Frauen Vor Der Hutte' and bearing German 10 pfg adhesive overprinted DEUTSCH/SUDWESTAFRIKA and cancelled by s/r WINDHOEK cds.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA - 1923 2d 'Postage Due' used pair with WES for WEST variety. SG D3a.|
1923 2d black and violet (De La Rue Printing) postage due of South Africa overprinted SOUTH WEST/ AFRICA in black in a fine bilingual horizontal pair and showing the rare variety WES FOR WEST from row 10/2. Very rare used. SG D3a.
|SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 censored cover to USA with '1d/S.A.G.& C' charity label.|
1941 (26.IV.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1 1/2d vertical pair tied in combination with brown and green on yellow 1d/S.A.G. & C charity label with red on cream U.C.8/(small)/ OPENED BY/CENSOR label at left. A nice use of this Glaucoma Society charity label.
|SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 local cover with EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS label.|
1938 (JAN.9.) cover addressed locally bearing 1d 'ship' adhesive tied in combination with black and yellow on white EUCHARISTIC CONGRESS/CAPETOWN/CATHOLIC CENTENARY perforated label by PRETORIA/ SEND GOOD NEWS/TELEGRAMS wavy type slogan strike.
|TRANSVAAL - 1900 'VRI/GB-Boer War' combination use cover to Natal used at ARMY P.O.50 (Pretoria).|
1900 (OC.6.) registered cover addressed to Natal bearing 'GB' QV 3d (un-overprinted) adhesive (SG Z7) tied in combination with Transvaal 1d 'VRI' by ARMY P.O.50.S.AFRICA cds used at Pretoria. An attractive combination with NEWCASTLE arrival b/s.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA - 1934 inward underpaid cover from Transvaal with 1d 'Postage Due' pair added.|
1934 (MAY.1.) inward stampless cover addressed to Windhoek cancelled JOHANNESBURG/20 with circular 'T/2d' tax mark applied on arrival with 1d 'postage due' pair (SG D48) added and cancelled WINDHOEK/COUNTER and dated MY.9.34.
|B.O.F.I.C. (Tripolitania) - 1948 2 1/2d rate local cover used at SIRTE/MISURATA.|
1948 (20.4.) local cover addressed to Kyran Lewis bearing MEF 2 1/2d adhesive tied by SIRTE/ MISURATA cds used in the (Beni Ulid) Eastern District of Tripolitania (GBOS type T40). Lewis was believed to be a judge in the legal department of HQ.BMA at Tripoli who over saw the Post Offices and produced some of the rariest known village covers of Tripolitania.
|ST.LUCIA - 1943 'T.T./3' censor cover to USA used at CASTRIES.|
1943 (AP.9.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1d, 3d, 6d and 1/- adhesives tied by CASTRIES/ST. LUCIA cds's with black on white P.C.90/OPENED BY CENSOR/ T.T./3 censor label at left edge. Miller type CL4-italic). The cover has been roughly opened on reverse and has been re-inforced by using glued card inside.
|INDIA (Hyderabad) - 1913 2 1/2a blue RPSE used locally. H&G 3.|
1913 2 1/2a blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size c) addressed in local script and bearing additional 1/2a, 2a (x2) and 4a adhesives on reverse side tied by script cancels. '1331' in stamp design. Very scarce. H&G 3.
|INDIA (Hyderabad) - 1930 2a8p blue RPSE used locally. H&G 5.|
1930 2a8p blue on cream with black text registered postal stationery envelope (size c) addressed in local script (faults) and with additional 8p green, 4a black and 2a violet adhesives on reverse side cancelled by local cds's. '1348' in stamp design. Very scarce. H&G 5.
|INDIA (Afghanistan) - 1928 'India/Afghanistan' combination cover from LANDIKHANA|
1928 (MAR.6.) small sized cover addressed in local script bearing Indian 1a brown adhesive with 15 poul pink-red Afghan adhesive partly overlayed from the top right corner cancelled by LANDIKANA cds and oval Afghanistan strike. A scarce combination cover.
|INDIA (Gwalior) - 1921 2a+1a blue RPSE addressed locally and uprated at BWALIOR STATE/SHUJASLPUR.|
1921 2a+1a blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope of India (size J) overprinted GWALIOR (vertical fold at left-faults) addressed locally and cancelled by GWALIOR STATE cds dated 28.JAN.28 with blue on white blank type registered label handstamped BWALIOR STATE/SHUJASLPUR below and with additional 1/2a and 3a (x2) Indian adhesives on reverse overprinted Gwalior. H&G 6.