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|ANGUILLA - 1967 15c pale green 'INDEPENDENT ANGUILLA' cto'd air letter. H&G FG2.|
1967 15c pale green on light blue postal stationery aerogramme sheet overprinted INDEPENDENT/ANGUILLA in red with IMPERIAL/AIR MAIL watermark and cancelled to order ANGUILLA/VALLEY and dated 18.NO.67. Only 100 originally printed and used examples are virtually unknown. H&G FG2.
|GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS - 1911 1/2d (SG 8) struck by part red S.S.MUNIARA maritime handstamp.|
1911 1/2d green 'Pandus Pine' adhesive (SG 8) cancelled by near complete diagonal strike of the S.S.MUNIARA maritime handstamp applied in red. This Burns steam ship was used between Australia and Gilberts until it was wrecked off Ebon Island in 1913.
|GILBERT AND ELLICE ISLANDS - 1924 (circa) local 1d rate cover used at ABEMAMA.|
1924 (circa) local cover addressed to Betio in Tarawa bearing 1d violet adhesive (corner fault) cancelled by scarce G.P.O./ABEMAMA ISLd cds (Proud type D5) dated FE.20. but as usual without the year slug. A rare internal genuine use.
|FIJI - 1946 2 1/2d 'Victory' adhesive fine mint overprinted FOR REVENUE/USE ONLY/CLUB HOTEL/SUVA.|
1946 2 1/2d green 'Victory' adhesive (SG 268) in fine mint condition overprinted FOR REVENUE/ USE ONLY/CLUB HOTEL/SUVA in black. Made by a steel handstamp with embossing showing through on reverse. Very unusual.
|SAMOA - 1896 1d blue 'Private Printing' PSC genuinely used at APIA. H&G 1.|
1896-98 1d blue on thin greyish buff stock paper postal stationery postcard 'Privately Printed' by John Davis addressed to Wilhelmshaven (genuine message on reverse) and cancelled by APIA/SAMOA cds dated NOV.2.96. Few cards were printed and used examples are rare. H&G 1.
|CEYLON - 1947 stampless 'OAS' cover to UK used at RAF POST OFFICE/CEYLON/8.|
1947 (JAN.16.) stampless cover addressed to UK marked 'On Active Service' cancelled by RAF POST OFFICE/CEYLON/8 d/r cds which was allocated to Koggala. This would have been carried by a Short Sunderland is complete with a picture of this flying boat plane.
|BRITISH EAST AFRICA - 1902 use of 1/2d green PSC to Switzerland (creased) used at KILINDINI. H&G 7.|
1902 (JL.4.) use of 1/2d green on cream postal stationery postcard (H&G 7) addressed to Switzerland and with message on reverse. The card has a heavy vertical crease at left edge but is struck by a fine strike of the KILINDINI/E.A.PROTECTORATE cds.
|GOLD COAST - 1944 4d rate censor cover to USA used at ACCRA.|
1944 (SEP.18.) cover addressed to USA bearing 4d adhesive tied ACCRA/GOLD COAST cds with large part black on greyish PC90/OPENED BY EXAMINER/ OO/235 censor label at left (part of the label torn away on reverse) with 'G.P.D./W.819/5,00/5/44 imprint. WASC type L4Ab.
|GIBRALTAR - 1940 'PASSED BY/RAF/CENSOR/No.12' cover to UK.|
1940 (FEB.2.) cover addressed to UK (central fold and piece missing from reverse side due to rough opening) bearing 1d and 2d pair tied by GIBRALTAR/25/TRAVEL KEY slogan strike and struck by green circular crowned PASSED BY/R.A.F./CENSOR/NO.12 h/s at left signed below in manuscript.
|TRANSVAAL - 1898 2 1/2d rate (surcharge) cover addressed to Germany used at JOHANNESBURG.|
1898 (APR.18.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 1/2d grey tied in combination with 1d green on 2 1/2d (SG 214) and 1d black on 6d (SG 197) by JOHANNESBURG/ZAR cds's and with blue on white perforated edged circular KAISERLICH DEUTSCH KONSULATE/JOHANNESBURG consulate label on reverse side.
|IRAQ (Mosul) - 1920 1 1/2a rate 'British Occupation' cover to UK used at MOSUL. |
MOSUL (British Occupation) - 1920 (AP.17) cover to UK bearing 1/2a on 1pi green & red & 1a on 20pa black & red adhesives (SG 1+2) tied by MOSUL cds. A very scarce use of these adhesives on a 'non-philatelic' cover.
|IRAQ - 1920 1a on 20p red censored 'OAS' use of PSE to UK used at BASRAH DOCKYARD. H&G 1.|
1920 1an on 20 para red on cream postal stationery envelope addressed to the UK cancelled by scarce BASRAH DOCKYARD cds dated 17.NOV.20. marked 'On Active Service' (edge fault) and with violet circular 'M/1137' censor strike alongside. H&G 1.
|IRAQ - 1920 4 1/2a rate registered cover to UK used at BUSRA.|
1920 (NOV.3.) registered (Wilson) cover addressed to UK bearing a fine strip of three of the 1 1/2an on 5pa dull purple adhesive (SG 4) tied by BUSRA/REGD cds with blue on cream perforated 'R 105' blank type label below handstamped by boxed BUSRA strike.
|MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1901 10c rate postcard use to UK used at TANGIER with 'APSA' maritime h/s.|
1901 (MY.8.) use of picture postcard addressed to UK depicting 'Gibraltar-Galleries' bearing 10c adhesive tied by 'A 26' duplex with TANGIER cds alongside. Written in Gibraltar but carried to Tangier for posting with unusual 'APSA' maritime h/s applied in violet. Unusual item.
|MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1903 10c rate postcard to Switzerland used at TANGIER with CONTINENTAL HOTEL cach|
1901 (MY.23.) use of picture postcard addressed to Switzerland depicting 'Tangier' and bearing 10c adhesive tied by 'A 26' duplex with TANGIER cds alongside. Struck at left by violet oval cog wheeled type CONTINENTAL HOTEL cachet.
|TRISTAN DA CUNHA - 1920 (circa) cover to UK struck by PAQUEBOT h/s and with TRISTAN DA CUNHA cachet.|
1920 (circa) stampless cover addressed to UK (small edge fault at top edge from opening) cancelled TRISTAN DA CUNHA/SOUTH/ATLANTIC cachet in black ink (SG C2) with black boxed PAQUEBOT h/s applied. Octagonal 'T/20c' tax mark applied but cancelled by 'dumb' strike.
|FIJI - 1955 'OHMS/AEROGRAMME/FIJI' sent to Canada and struck POSTAGE PAID IN CASH/SUVA. H&G 1.|
1955 (no value) Official stampless 'O.H.M.S./AEROGRAMME/FIJI' airletter in dull blue with dot screen addressed to Canada (long message) and cancelled by POSTAGE PAID IN CASH/SUVA FIJI cds in red ink dated 12.AU.57 with violet FIJI/OFFICIAL/PUBLIC/RELATIONS h/s at lower left. (Kessler type 201). Scarce. H&G 1.
|FIJI - 1946-47 'Formula' NZ air mail letter card (large lettering) to UK used at SUVA.|
1946-7 dark blue on blue /white paper 'Formula' N.Z.AIR MAIL/LETTER CARD with dot screen printing and showing the 'SENDERS NAME' on reverse side in large capitals addressed to UK and bearing 1 1/2d, 2 1/2d and 3d adhesives tied by SUVA/FIJI cds dated 22.JL.47. Genuine use.
|FIJI - 1946-47 'Formula' NZ Air Mail letter card (small lettering) addressed to UK used at SUVA.|
1946-7 dark blue on blue /white paper 'Formula' N.Z.AIR MAIL/LETTER CARD with dot screen printing and showing the 'SENDERS NAME' on reverse side in 'small' lettering addressed to UK bearing 1 1/2d, 2 1/2 and 3d adhesives tied by SUVA/FIJI cds dated MY.22.47. Genuine use.
|FIJI - 1945 'Fiji Air Mail' letter card addressed to UK used at SUVA.|
1945 blue on creamy white (line screen) FIJI AIR MAIL/LETTER CARD addressed to UK and with revised 'with the border' instruction (blue omitted) bearing 1d adhesive tied in combination with 3d 'Victory' pair by SUVA/FIJI cds dated 20.APR.47. A scarce intermediate stationery with 'vertical' line screen.
|FIJI - 1942 registered cover to UK used at WAIYEVO with RELEASED BY AUTHORITY OF DISTRICT CENSOR h/s|
1942 (MAY.19.) registered cover addressed to UK (minor tone spots) bearing 2d adhesive in a strip of three tied by WAIYEVO/FIJI cds and marked 'First Day Of Issue' and struck by scarce violet two lined RELEASED BY AUTHORITY OF/DISTRICT POSTAL CENSOR strike.
|MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1940 'Centenary' FDC used at TETUAN.|
1940 (MY.7.) cover addressed to UK (Wallace) bearing the Spanish Zone 'Centenary' series of four (SG 172-175) cancelled by BRITISH POST OFFICE/TETUAN cds with a further strike at left. This being first day at Tetuan. FDC's are scarce as it is noted that only two sheets of this issue were available in Morocco at this time.
|IRAQ (Turkey used in) - 1892 20p PSC to France (scarce) used at BAGDAD. H&G 8.|
1892 20 para dull clarat on buff postal stationery postcard of Turkey (H&G 8) addressed to France and cancelled by part BAGHDAD cds with PARIS/DISTRICT 8 arrival cds at lower left dated 1.NO.94. Long genuine message on reverse clearly headed 'Baghdad 11.10.94. A rare early fore runner item of this Turkey stationery used in Iraq.