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|NATAL - 1866 1/- rate cover addressed to UK used at PIETERMARITZBURG.|
1866 (MAY.23) cover to Scotland bearing a fine strip of three of the 3d blue (SG 12) together with a single tied by duplex cancels & with slightly smudged PIETER-MARIZBURG/NATAL crowned cds at left. LONDON transit on front & STRATHAVEN arrival b/s. A nice 1/- rated cover.
|INDIA (Morvi) - 1933 1/2a emerald PSE unprated locally. H&G 2.|
1933 1/2a emerald green on white laid paper postal stationery envelope addressed in local script and bearing additional 3p bright scarlet on front and an additional pair on reverse struck by a violet oval cancel. Scarce stamps used on this stationery. H&G 2.
|BRUNEI - 1945 'North Borneo/Sarawak' BMA combination cover cancelled by lino type strike.|
1945 (DEC.17.) 'The Salvation Army' monogrammed cover addressed locally bearing North Borneo 25c adhesive overprinted 'BMA' tied in combination with Sarawak 4c and 8c adhesives additionally overprinted 'BMA' and tied by lino type BRUNEI cancellation. The cover marked 'First Day Of Issue'. Proud type D11.
|SEYCHELLES - 1901 'six cents' on 8c PSE to Bermuda. H&G 5.|
1901 'six cents' black surcharged 8c carmine on cream postal stationery envelope (size a) addressed to Bermuda (scarce) cancelled by SEYCHELLES cds dated AU.13.03. Light central fold and minor faults but a scarce destination for this surcharged envelope. H&G 5.
|RHODESIA - 1899 1d brick red 'illustrated' PSC used at BROKEN NILL/N.W.RHODESIA. SG 11a.|
1899 1d brick red on cream postal stationery postcard (minor surface scuffs) addressed to Kikondja and with illustration reverse depicting 'Victoria Falls-Gorge Below Falls Showing Spray at Exit' and cancelled by d/r BROKEN HILL/N.W.RHODESIA cds dated 2.FEB.10. H&G 11a.
|NORFOLK ISLAND - 1947 Australian 'Mitchells' trio on registered cover from NORFOLK ISLAND.|
1947 (MR.19.) registered cover addressed to Australia bearing the 'Centenary of Mitchells Exploration' trio (SG 216-218) tied by NORFOLK ISLANDS/AUST cds and with blue on white 'R.6/R/NORFOLK ISLAND/NEW SOUTH WALES registered label at left.
|MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1898 Gibraltar 5c used on commercial wrapper to USA from TANGIER. SG Z141.|
GIBRALTAR USED IN - 1898 (MR.14.) 'Al Moghreb' pre-printed wrapper addressed to USA bearing Gibraltar 5c adhesive (SG Z141) tied by 'A 26' duplex with TANGIER cds alongside. A nice 5c newspaper rating.
|ST.HELENA - 1901 'Boer War' censor cover to Holland used from DEAD WOOD CAMP.|
1901 (MY.22.) cover addressed to Holland bearing 2 1/2d on 6d adhesive tied by cork cancel with ST.HELENA cds alongside and struck by light violet CENSOR/PRISONER OF WAR h/s with 'EW' initials inserted. (Central fold and small piece of reverse flap missing). The reverse side is struck by black DEAD.WOOD.CAMP handstamp applied during the Boer War.
|ST.HELENA - 1901 'Boer War' cover addressed to Cape Town used from DEAD WOOD CAMP.|
1901 (MY.25.) cover addressed to South Africa bearing 1d on 6d adhesive tied by cork cancel cancel with ST.HELENA cds alongside and struck by violet CENSOR/PRISONER OF WAR h/s with 'C.D.N.S.' initials inserted. (opened on 2 1/2 sides) with the back of the cover is struck DEAD.WOOD.CENSOR handstamp applied during the Boer War.
|ST.HELENA - 1901 'Boer War' censor cover to Natal used from DEAD WOOD CAMP.|
1901 (FE.25.) cover addressed to Natal bearing 1d on 6d adhesive (some surface creasing) tied by fine cork cancel with ST.HELENA cds alongside and struck by violet CENSOR/PRISONER OF WAR h/s with 'E.W.' initials inserted. The back of the cover is struck by DEAD.WOOD.CAMP. handstamp applied during the Boer War.
|SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1938 TELEGRAPH form used at SIPOLILIO/S.RHODESIA.|
1938 (MAR.12.) use of red on cream POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS, S.RHOESIA (T2) telegram form handed in at Salisbury and cancelled prior to dispatch by SIPOLILIO/S.RHODESIA cds (Proud type D2). Strikes from Sipolilo are very elusive.
|GOLD COAST - 1905 outward section of the 1d+1d carmine to Togo used at KWITTA. H&G 4.|
1905 (FE.17.) outward section of the 1d+1d carmine on cream postal stationery reply type postcard addressed to Togo with long genuine message cancelled by weak KWITTA/GOLD COAST cds and with LOME/TOGOGEBEIT arrival cds on front of the following day. The reply card is still attached but unused. H&G 4.
|CEYLON - 1950's (circa) green 'ORDINARY' revenue block of six for rice tax duty.|
1950's (circa) dark green on greenish grey 'ORDINARY' local revenue adhesive which we understand to have been used for a rice tax. The stamp is in a block of six numbered '52/48/44' on the top row and '51/47/43' on the bottom row. The lower left hand stamp just cancelled at its edge by a violet revenue strike. Unusual and not seen before.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA - 1944 (circa) 1d carmine illustrated PSC unused.|
1944 (circa) 1d carmine 'ship' adhesive postal stationery postcard (English) in fine unused condition overprinted 'SWA' in thick type and showing 'Vaal River' illustration scene at left printed in brown. Unlisted by H&G overprinted.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA - 1944 (circa) 1d carmine illustrated PSC unused.|
1944 (circa) 1d carmine 'ship' adhesive postal stationery postcard (Africaans) in fine unused condition overprinted 'SWA' and showing 'Dist.Haenertsberg' illustration scene at left printed in brown. Unlisted by H&G overprinted.
|SOUTH WEST AFRICA - 1935 1d+1d 'bogus' illustrated PSC to Germany.|
1935 (15.XI.) use of bogus 1d+1d postal stationery postcard with impressed '1d' Cape Cross adhesives (SG type 13) tied by faked SWAKOPMUND/HEALTH RESORT cds. The card has a full pre-printed message addressed to Germany and depicts 'Im Gouvernmentsgarten/Windhoek' picture on reverse side. Very unusual item.
|SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 range of 15 1/2d green postcards with differing scenes on reverse.|
1934 range of 15 1/2d green and black postcards all depicting different scenes on the reverse printed in black and all having an additional 1/2d 'springbok' adhesive added officially. The cards are numbered in black 4/5/9/10/15/16/20/21/22/24/25/26/29/34 and 35. All fine unused.
|TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - 1879 FORMULA unused postcard with 1/2d surcharge and 1d added. H&G 2.|
1879 vermilion on cream FORMULA postal stationery postcard in unused condition for foreign use and inscribed 'Postal Union-Union Postale Universelle' with 'Halfpenny' surcharge lilac adhesive and 1d red adhesives added officially. Mount marks on reverse side. H&G 2.
|CYRENAICA EMIRATE (Libya) - 1952 inward underpaid cover with rare 100m postage due applied.|
1952 (3.FEV.) inward underpaid cover from Angola (scarce) bearing 2ags, 10ags and 20 ags adhesives tied by LOBITO/ANGOLA cancels with green 'T' tax mark applied and with the rare 100m black Cyrenaica 'Postage Due' applied overprinted LIBYA (SG D150) tied by BENGHAZI cds. An exceedingly rare due on cover.
|CYPRUS - 1941 1/2p green wrapper use to Kenya with 'PASSED CENSOR/25/CYPRUS' h/s applied.|
1941 (circa) handmade wrapper addressed to Nairobi bearing 1/2p green adhesive tied by PAPHOS cds with red double ringed PASSED CENSOR/25/CYPRUS h/s at left and struck on arrival by violet boxed PASSED BY CENSOR/B.5 h/s. (Little type 11B) used at Nairobi. A unusual double censor item.
|CYPRUS - 1943 3p dark blue RPSE uprated to USA and used at NICOSIA. H&G 13b.|
1943 3pi dark blue on cream 'KGVI' registered postal stationery envelope (size H) addressed to USA (few light surface creases) bearing additional 4p adhesive tied by oval REGISTERED/ NICOSIA CYPRUS cancel dated 1.JUN.50. Sent underpaid and with US tax mark applied on arrival with addition of 10c 'postage due' H&G 13b.
|TOKELAU - 1949 first flight cover to Fiji.|
1949 (AU.26.) first flight cover addressed to Fiji bearing the 1948 trio (SG 1-3) tied by two strikes of the NUKUNONO/TOKELAU ISLANDS cds with APIA transit and SUVA arrival b/s. A scarce survey flight by Catalina flying boat No.5 squadron of the R.N.Z.A.F. at Lauthala Bay. The numbers flown were not recorded but examples are scarce.