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|SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 'THERE ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND' patriotic label on cover to Johannesburg.|
1944 (15.V.) cover addressed locally and bearing 2d violet 'bantam' adhesive tied in combination with red, white and blue (shield type) THERE WILL ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND patriotic label by JOHANNESBURG roller strike.
|SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 'EMPIRE EXHIBITION' label on cover to Cape Town.|
1937 (16.1) cover addressed locally bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by special EMPIRE EXHIBITION/JOHANNESBURG cancel with special commemoration `Empire Exhibition' label at lower left tied by blue MIDGET TOWN cancel applied by the Midgets at their Post Offce stand at the show.
|TONGA - 1943 censored cover to USA.|
1943 (NO.5.) somewhat tired cover addressed to USA bearing 3d adhesive tied by NUKUALOFA/TONGA cds with red crowned PASSED/ W.W.1 censor handstamp at left and with black on buff P.C.90/OPENED BY EXAMINER/ WW/2 censor label at left edge. This extends the use of CCG type H3-1 by over a year and the label 'CCG' type L4b by 7 months. The reverse side has an annotation 'This letter was sent to Charlie on the U.S.S.Oakland'. Unfortunately his friend was killed in action. An additional crown PASSED/W.W.1 censor mark on reverse.
|BERMUDA - 1931 3d + 6d 'Bermuda Railway' stamps.|
1931 3d black on cream + 6d black on pink 'B.R.Co.Ltd/PAID' Parcels, Goods & Stamps BERMUDA RAILWAY parcel label in a superb unmounted & unsevered pair. (Ticket plus receipt). Original gum intact. This being the last type of ticket used by the Railway before its closure where parcels and mail were carried around the Island & especially to Hamilton in order to catch an earlier boat. (2 items - includes some additional information). Very scarce.
|NYASALAND - 1934 2d rate cover used by T.P.O./NYASALAND.|
1934 (SEP.21.) cover addressed locally to Blantyre bearing 2d adhesive tied by T.P.O./NYASALAND cds. Sent from the 'Cleveland Bridge and Engineering Co' at Mutarara in Portugese East Africa. Taken by the 'Shire Highland Railway Company'.
|JAMAICA - 1916 (1/2d) RED CROSS semi postal label in a fine mint block of four.|
1916 (1/2d) red on cream perforated RED CROSS semi postal adhesive in a mint block of four (very small paper adherence on one stamp and minor thin on edge of another) overprinted JAMAICA in black. Issued (January 15th 1916). These labels were issued by the Jamaica War Stamp League and sold at 1/2d in Post Offices for funding.
|JAMAICA - 1916 local cover with 1/2d 'War Tax' and 1d used at BLACK RIVER with 'Red Cross' label.|
1916 local cover (rough opening on left and central fold) bearing 1/2d 'War tax' adhesive tied with 1d by BLACK RIVER cds with red on cream JAMAICA red cross semi postal issue at left (BK GSP3). CROSS ROADS arrival b/s dated 6.MY/16.
|MAURITIUS -1896 2c brown PSC used locally from BEAU BASIN. H&G 8.|
1896 2c Brown on buff postal stationery postcard addressed locally & cancelled BEAU BASIN dated JY.24.99 with ROSE HILL arrival cds & CARRIER No.2 h/s. Privately pre-printed for use by the 'Mauritius Cricket Club' Scarce. H&G 8.
|MAURITIUS - 1895 'FORMULA' PSC with 2c green added and used locally. H&G 3.|
1895 black on cream FORMULA 'Inland Post Card' (H&G type fig 3) addressed locally with QV 2c green affixed and cancelled MAURITIUS with code '2' slug. The reverse side is pre-printed for use by 'Civil Service Mutual Aid Association'. A nice use. H&G 3.
|CAPE OF GOOD HOPE - 1892 1/2d green PSC from KIMBERLEY with RETURNED LETTER/CAPETOWN strike. H&G 5.|
1892 1/2d green on white postal stationery postcard addressed locally & cancelled KIMBERLEY & dated JY.28.96 with 'FG' code. The reverse shows large part of the RETURNED LETTER/ CAPETOWN cds. H&G 5.
|BECHUANALAND - 1925 3d + 1 1/2d RPSE to Germany uprated at LOBATSI. SG 16.|
1925 3d +1 1/2d red-violet on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) addressed to Germany bearing additional 1/2d and 2d adhesives tied by LOBATSI cds's dated 3.NO.26 (Proud type D4) with 'ET' code initials under flap. (May 1925 issue). H&G 16.
|BECHUANALAND - 1900 2d rate cover to Port Elizabeth used at FRANCISTOWN.|
1900 (AU.29.) commercial cover addressed locally to Port Elizabeth (light central stain) bearing 1d lilac pair overprinted BECHUANALAND/PROTECTORATE cancelled by s/r FRANCISTOWN/S.AFRICA cds with additional strike at left.
|SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1954 inward underpaid cover from South Africa with 2d 'Postage Dues' (x7) added.|
1954 inward cover from South Africa addressed to Kitwe in Northern Rhodesia with KITWE arrival b/s dated 11.AU.54 (opened on two sides) & being underpaid receiving seven examples of the Southern Rhodesia 2d agate 'Postage Dues' (SG D3) on front similarly cancelled. Very scarce on cover.
|SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1942 3d deep blue 'Active Service Letter Card' used to UK. H&G 2.|
1942 3d deep ultramarine on buff (coarse) paper postal stationery 'Active Service' letter card addressed to UK & cancelled by d/r GUINEA FOWL/S.RHODESIA cds. Sent on March 7th 1944 but the date slugs are weak. A scarce use of this stationery nevertheless. H&G 2.
|SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1931 4d blue RPSE to UK uprated at NIL DESPERANDUM MINE. Very scarce. H&G 2.|
1931 4d dark blue on cream registered posrtal stationery envelope addreesed to UK (a little fragile) bearing 1d adhesive pair added and tied by scarce NIL DESPERANDUM MINE/S.RHODESIA cds dated 17.MAY.32 (Proud type D2) with black on pink R/S.RHODESIA label at left with 'NIL MINE' added in red manuscript. A scarce strike of this postal agency cancel. H&G 2.
|SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1931 4d blue RPSE uprated to UK and used at PARCELS BULAWAYO. h&g 4.|
1931 4d dark blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) addressed to UK bearing additional 1d pair and tied by d/r PARCELS BULAWAYO/S.RHODESIA cds dated 2.FEB.1937. (Proud type PP6). H&G 4.
|SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1931 1/2d yellowish green PSC to Salisbury used at BEIT BRIDGE.|
1931 1/2d yellowish green on light cream card postal stationery postcard addressed locally to Salisbury cancelled by scarce d/r BEIT BRIDGE/S.RHODESIA cds 10.NOV.1931. A scarce genuine (non philatelic) use. H&G 3.
|AUSTRALIA (Victoria) - 1860 4d rate cover addressed locally to Geelong.|
1860 (AU.24.) cover addressed locally to Geelong (light vertical bends) bearing a pair of the 2d pale lilac 'emblem' adhesives (SG 47) tied by somewhat smudged cancel but with MELBOURNE/D b/s and GEELONG/VICTORIA arrival cds.
|AUSTRALIA (Victoria) - 1884 2d rate cover addressed locally from MELBOURNE.|
1884 'Grand Hotel' monogrammed envelope addressed to His Excellency Sir W.Robinson at Adelaide bearing a fine vertical pair of the 1d apple green (SG 209b) tied by VICTORIA barred duplex with MELBOURNE DE.22.84 cds alongside. GPO.ADELAIDE/SA arrival.
|AUSTRALIA (Victoria) - 1893 3d red RPSE uprated to UK. H&G 10.|
1893 3d red orange on cream laid paper registered postal stationery envelope addressed to UK bearing 2 1/2d adhesive tied by oval 'R' h/s with red hooded REGISTERED/LONDON and black oval REGISTERED/LONDON arrival cancel dated 9.JU.94. H&G 10.
|ADEN - 1951 'Combination' cover to Jersey from ADEN CAMP.|
1951 (JY.30.) cover addressed to Jersey in the Channel Islands bearing 8a adhesive tied in combination with 3/4a 'Kathiri State Of Seiyun' block of four by ADEN CAMP cds. Light ironed out vertical fold at left and a few very light and odd tone spots. Unusual combination use.
|ADEN - 1949 registered local cover used at MAALLA.|
1949 (MY.16.) registered cover addressed locally marked 'First Day Cover' and bearing 3/4a (x2) and 3a adhesives tied by s/r MAALLA cds with blue on cream 'blank' type registered label handstamped by boxed MAALLA handstamp struck in red. (Proud type R2).
|TONGA - 1942 1/2d U/M 'TIN CAN MAIL SERVICE' bogus overprint. SG 74.|
1942 1/2d yellow green in unmounted mint condition handstamped in black NIUAFOOU/ISLAND/ TIN CAN/MAIL/SERVICE. The handstamp used is of a steel type with the overprint clearly coming through on the reverse side. Unusual item but believed to be bogus. SG 74.
|TONGA - 1942 1d u/m 'TIN CAN MAIL SERVICE' bogus overprint. SG 75|
1942 1d black and scarlet in unmounted mint condition handstamped in black NIUAFOOU/ISLAND/ TIN CAN/MAIL/SERVICE. The handstamp used is of a steel type with the overprint clearly coming through on the reverse side. Unusual item but believed to be bogus. SG 75.
|AUSTRALIA (New South Wales) - 1851 local entire from SYDNEY to CARCOAR bearing 2d imperforate.|
1851 entire addressed locally to Carcoar bearing 2d ultramarine imperforate (SG type 8) noted as plate 1 number 13 tied by duplex cancel with SYDNEY/NEW SOUTH WALES crowned b/s dated OC.29.1851 & scarce oval CARCOAR/NEW SOUTH WALES arrival strike.
|AUSTRALIA (New South Wales) - 1870 2d rate local '5 - proving' cover used at WELLINGTON.|
1870 (NO.8.) cover addressed locally (part of reverse flap missing) bearing 1d adhesive pair tied by lovely star '5' cancel with WELLINGTON/N.S.W. cds below. Numeral 5 being allocated to Gosford. Various transit b/s's including ORANGE dated NO.9.1870. Despite the flap damage a attractive pretty cover.
|AUSTRALIA (New South Wales) - 1898 3d rose RPSE uprated to Austria and used at MEREWETHER. H&G 11a.|
1898 3d rose on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) with flap at right addressed to Austria and bearing additional 2 1/2d adhesive tied MEREWETHER/N.S.W. dated AP.12.1901. H&G 11a.
|NEW GUINEA - 1942 censor cover to UK with boxed 'T.N.G. No.25' h/s.|
1942 cover addressed to UK (opened on two sides and with repaired tear) bearing 5d (x4) adhesives (SG 218-one torn) cancelled by light BULOLO/NEW GUINEA cds's and with red on cream OPENED BY CENSOR label at left tied on the front by scarce violet boxed PASSED BY CENSOR/T.N.G. No.25 h/s.
|NEW GUINEA - 1941 censor cover to New Zealand with boxed 'T.N.G.No.1' h/s.|
1941 (JE.24.) cover addressed to New Zealand (light central fold) bearing 'undated' 2d adhesive tied by RABAUL/NEW GUINEA cds with scarce red on bluish/white OPENED BY CENSOR label at left tied on the front by superb violet boxed PASSED BY CENSOR/T.N.G. No.1 h/s.