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CEYLON - 1925 3c grey PSC uprated to UK and used at VALVETTITURAI.  H&G 60.CEYLON - 1925 3c grey PSC uprated to UK and used at VALVETTITURAI. H&G 60.

1925 3c grey on cream postal stationery postcard addressed to UK bearing additional 1c and 2c adhesives tied by VALVETTITURAI cds dated MY.5.31. H&G 60.

£40.00
CEYLON - 1956 Rs0.85ct COLOMBO meter mark cover to UK.CEYLON - 1956 Rs0.85ct COLOMBO meter mark cover to UK.

1956 (25.VII.) stampless cover addressed to UK struck by red Rs0.85Cts/CEYLON/POSTAGE REVENUE meter mark used at COLOMBO.

£10.00
CEYLON - 1942 CEYLON - 1942 'OAS' cover to UK with 'Indian 5th FD' censor mark.

1942 (JLY.7.) stampless cover addressed to UK marked 'On Active Service' cancelled by INDIAN SECTION BASE OFFICE No.9 wavy lined strike on reverse side used by the Indian troops stationed at Colombo. (Proud type M1). Black PASSED BY/5 IND FD/CENSOR/UNIT/G strike and triangular PASSED/BY UNIT/CENSOR/C161 strike applied in 'red' ink.

£35.00
CEYLON - 1940 (circa) use of ACTIVE SERVICE green cross envelope to UK by RAF.CEYLON - 1940 (circa) use of ACTIVE SERVICE green cross envelope to UK by RAF.

1940's use of black on white (A.F.W.3078) ACTIVE SERVICE-GREEN ENVELOPE addressed to UK (small piece of reverse flap missing) bearing 50c adhesive tied by RAF POST cancel with violet crested RAF/CENSOR/465 h/s at lower left. RAF uses are scarcer.

£45.00
CEYLON - 1942 use of ACTIVE SERVICE green cross military envelope to UK.CEYLON - 1942 use of ACTIVE SERVICE green cross military envelope to UK.

1942 use of green on buff (AF-3078) ACTIVE SERVICE green cross military envelope addressed to UK and cancelled by INDIAN SECTION BASE OFFICE/DELY cds dated 5.OC.42 and with black triangular PASSED BY UNIT CENSOR/C135 h/s and violet PASSED BY BASE CENSOR UNIT/J strike. At left is black on white ARMY FORM W.3424/OPENED/BY/CENSOR label with 891/PMEO/3/3.000.000-5/41 label.

£40.00
CEYLON - 1940 (circa) use of ACTIVE SERVICE green cross military envelope to UK.CEYLON - 1940 (circa) use of ACTIVE SERVICE green cross military envelope to UK.

1940's use of green on yellowish buff (AFW-3078) ACTIVE SERVICE green cross military envelope addressed to UK and bearing 50c adhesive tied by INDIAN SECTION BASE OFFICE/DELY cds with black boxed PASSED BY h/s at left and black triangular PASSED BY UNIT CENSOR mark.

£30.00
CEYLON - 1942 cover to UK censored by CEYLON - 1942 cover to UK censored by '5th India FD' unit censor mark.

1942 cover addressed to UK bearing 50c adhesive tied by light INDIAN SECTION BASE OFFICE/DELY cds with violet PASSED BY/5 IND.FD/CENSOR/UNIT/G strike and black triangular PASSED/BY UNIT/ CENSOR/C 158 strike at left. Complete with the original contents.

£35.00
CEYLON - 1933 local cover with late use of 1c/5c CEYLON - 1933 local cover with late use of 1c/5c 'War Stamp' (x5) used at COLOMBO.

1933 (JA.4.) cover addressed locally to Neboda bearing a fine strip of six of the 1918 1c on 5c purple 'War Stamp' (SG 337) adhesive tied by COLOMBO cds. A late use of this stamp.

£25.00
CEYLON - 1928 DOWN INDO CEYLON TPO cover to India. CEYLON - 1928 DOWN INDO CEYLON TPO cover to India.

1928 (MR.11.) cover addressed to India (opened on two sides and brittle with faults) bearing 5c violet adhesive tied by DOWN INDO CEYLON TPO cancel. (Proud type D6).

£18.00
CEYLON - 1912 15c ultramarine in fine mint condition with INVERTED WATERMARK.  SG 311aw.CEYLON - 1912 15c ultramarine in fine mint condition with INVERTED WATERMARK. SG 311aw.

1912-23 15c ultramarine in fine mint condition showing the variety WATERMARK INVERTED. SG 311aw.

£20.00
CEYLON - 1912 6c fine mint with SIDEWAYS WATERMARK variety.  SG 306a.CEYLON - 1912 6c fine mint with SIDEWAYS WATERMARK variety. SG 306a.

1912-25 6c carmine in fine mint condition showing the SIDEWAYS WATERMARK variety (crown to right from back). SG 306a.

£45.00
CEYLON - 1895 5c PSE used locally from PUNDALU OYA with TOO LATE handstamp.  H&G 30.CEYLON - 1895 5c PSE used locally from PUNDALU OYA with TOO LATE handstamp. H&G 30.

1895 5c blue on cream postal stationery envelope addressed locally to Colombo cancelled by PUNDALU OYA cds dated FE.3.97 and struck at lower left by black boxed TOO LATE h/s. H&G 30.

£55.00
CEYLON - 1919 3c blue green fine mint with INVERTED WATERMARK.  SG 302w.CEYLON - 1919 3c blue green fine mint with INVERTED WATERMARK. SG 302w.

1919 3c blue-green in very fine mint condition showing the variety WATERMARK INVERTED. SG 302w.

£18.00
CEYLON - 1961 30c on 20c red COMMONWEALTH REPLY COUPON used at COLOMBO.CEYLON - 1961 30c on 20c red COMMONWEALTH REPLY COUPON used at COLOMBO.

1961 (JL.25.) use of red on crea. 20/CENTS OF A RUPEE 'Commonwealth Reply Coupon' cancelled by GPO/COLOMBO cds and with the '20' crossed out by three red bars and '30' applied.

£40.00
CEYLON - 1912 1c brown mint (brown gum) with INVERTED WATERMARK.  SG 301w.CEYLON - 1912 1c brown mint (brown gum) with INVERTED WATERMARK. SG 301w.

1912 1c brown 'MCA watermark' adhesive in fine mint condition (brown gum) with variety WATERMARK INVERTED. SG 301w.

£15.00
CEYLON - 1830 OHMS (front) with rare COLOMBO/POST FREE handstamp.CEYLON - 1830 OHMS (front) with rare COLOMBO/POST FREE handstamp.

1830 (JUN.26.) pre-printed ON HIS MAJESTYS SERVICE/GENERAL POST OFFICE front addressed to the Government at Kurunigale and struck by rare black crowned COLOMBO/ POST FREE h/s (Proud type OPD4-with curved crown edges). A front only but a rare strike.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1942 INDIAN FPO/74 cover to UK with No.5 INDIAN CENSOR UNIT handstamp.CEYLON - 1942 INDIAN FPO/74 cover to UK with No.5 INDIAN CENSOR UNIT handstamp.

1942 (JAN.23.) cover addressed to UK bearing 2c,3c,10c, 15c, 20c pair and 30c 'pictorial' adhesives tied by F.P.O./No.74 cds with green oval No.5 INDIAN FIELD CENSOR UNIT h/s at lower left.

£50.00
CEYLON - 1944 use of CEYLON - 1944 use of 'Blue Triangle' air letter censored to UK.

1944 (APR.27.) use of dark blue on blue-grey FORMULA 'blue triangle' type air mail letter addressed to UK with I.A.F.F.-1083 (triangle) imprint and pre-printed on reverse flap FOR USE OF H.M.FORCES ONLY bearing 20c adhesive tied IND.ADVANCE BASE cds with circular UNIT CENSOR h/s applied and triangular FIELD/CENSOR/169 marking. Part of interiot text crossed through by censor. Marked 'On Active Service'.

£50.00
CEYLON - 1941 PASSED BY MILITARY censor cover to UK.CEYLON - 1941 PASSED BY MILITARY censor cover to UK.

1941 (OC.24.) cover addressed to UK bearing R1 'pictorial' adhesive tied COLOMBO/FOREIGN and struck at left by diamond type PASSED/BY/MILITARY CENSOR h/s.

£55.00
CEYLON - 1915 postcard to UK from COLUMBO with CENSOR/COLOMBO violet boxed strike.CEYLON - 1915 postcard to UK from COLUMBO with CENSOR/COLOMBO violet boxed strike.

1915 (OC.4.) picture postcard addressed to Holland depicting 'Buddhist Temple Peradeniya, Kandy' bearing 6c adhesive tied by COLOMBO cds with violet boxed CENSOR/4 OCT 1915/COLOMBO handstamp below.

£40.00
CEYLON - 1943 censored CEYLON - 1943 censored 'OAS' postcard to UK with violet RAF BASE PO cancel.

1943 (FEB.6.) use of stampless postcard addressed to UK depicting 'Hindu Temple, Colombo' marked BY SEA MAIL-ON ACTIVE SERVICE and struck by violet RAF BASE P.O./CEYLON cancel with violet crested RAF/CENSOR/W 25 h/s alongside.

£40.00
CEYLON - 1903 6c brown PSE to UK used at HAPUTALE.  H&G 34.CEYLON - 1903 6c brown PSE to UK used at HAPUTALE. H&G 34.

1903 6c dark brown on cream postal stationery envelope addressed to UK (roughly opened at bottom edge with small tears) marked 'By First Mail' and cancelled by HAPUTALE cds dated JA.25.05. H&G 34.

£18.00
CEYLON - 1920 (circa) DISABLED CEYLON MENS FUND mint label.CEYLON - 1920 (circa) DISABLED CEYLON MENS FUND mint label.

1920 (circa) multi coloured DISABLED CEYLON MENS FUND label depicting 'King George V' in military uniform. Perforated and on gummed paper but with some paper adhesion left from the interpanes in the booklet.

£35.00
CEYLON - 1938 CEYLON - 1938 'Tatas' experimental test flight cover for the stage 2 Empire Scheme.

1938 (22.1.) first flight cover addressed to UK bearing GV 50c adhesive tied NEBODA and dated 20.JA.38 and endorsed 'Via Messrs Tata's/Experimental Flight/About 22.1.38. Unlisted and a scarce experimental forerunner 'test flight' prior to the stage 2 flights under the British Empire Scheme on 21st of the following month and the opening of Ratmalana airport.

£150.00
CEYLON - 1938 inward first flight cover.CEYLON - 1938 inward first flight cover.

1938 (FE.22.) inward first flight cover to Neboda in Ceylon marked 'Via Air Mail Inauguration/ About 23.2.38.'

£35.00