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K.U.T. - 1938 20c black and orange (perf 13 1/4) in unmounted mint condition.  SG 139.
K.U.T. - 1938 20c black and orange (perf 13 1/4) in unmounted mint condition. SG 139.

1938 20c black and orange (perf 13 1/4) in unmounted mint condition. SG 139.

£25.00
K.U.T. - 1930 15c rate cover to Switzerland used at CHEMELIE.K.U.T. - 1930 15c rate cover to Switzerland used at CHEMELIE.

1930 (JY.27.) cover addressed to Switzerland bearing 15c adhesive tied by CHEMELILE/KENYA cds.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1969 use of K.U.T. - 1969 use of 'EAST AFRICA' bundle label cancelled 'UP SPECIAL TPO'.

1969 (JA.13.) use of blue on cream AIR MAIL/EAST AFRICA 'bundle' label cancelled by UP SPECIAL TPO cancel. Unusual item.

£20.00
K.U.T. - 1938 20c IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF of the frame and value tablets.K.U.T. - 1938 20c IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF of the frame and value tablets.

1938 20c IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF of the frame and value tablet (SG type 8) printed in the issued colour of orange on cream ungummed and unwatermarked paper with official blue lines running horizontally.

£120.00
K.U.T. - 1962 first flight cover from NAIROBI to Germany via Lufthansa and Boeing.K.U.T. - 1962 first flight cover from NAIROBI to Germany via Lufthansa and Boeing.

1962 (MY.15.) Illustrated 'First Flight LH 701' Lufthansa-Boeing cover addressed to Germany bearing 10c,20c and 25c adhesives tied NAIROBI/KENYA with triangular commemoration h/s applied.

£18.00
K.U.T. - 1938 1c brown U/M imprint block of 8 with DAMAGED VALUE TABLET.  SG 131ac.K.U.T. - 1938 1c brown U/M imprint block of 8 with DAMAGED VALUE TABLET. SG 131ac.

1938 1c black and chocolate brown in a fine unmounted mint bottom 'Thomas De La Rue & Company Limited London' imprint block of eight showing the DAMAGED VALUE TABLET on Row 9/6 from Plate 2-2. SG 131ac.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1956 issued 65c K.U.T. - 1956 issued 65c 'International Reply Coupon' at KAMPALA/UGANDA.

1956 issued 65c blue and yellow on white (Formule C.22.) 'International Reply Coupon-Kenya, Uganda and Tanganyika' cancelled KAMPALA/UGANDA (issue office) dated 28.JU.56.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1907 6c+6 carmine PSRE uprated and registered to Austria and used at LAMU.  H&G 8.K.U.T. - 1907 6c+6 carmine PSRE uprated and registered to Austria and used at LAMU. H&G 8.

1907 6c+6c carmine on cream postal stationery reply postcard with the outer section registered to Austria (no message) and bearing additional 15c adhesive tied by LAMU/E.A.PROTECTORATE cds dated 5.MY.14. Blue on white R/LAMU regeistered label at left and with s/r MOMBASA/REGISTERED transit cds. The reply section still attached but unused. H&G 8.

£85.00
K.U.T. - 1913 3c green PSE uprated and registered to Austria at NAIROBI.  H&G 9.K.U.T. - 1913 3c green PSE uprated and registered to Austria at NAIROBI. H&G 9.

1912 3c green on ivory postal stationery postcard registered to Austria (short message) bearing additional 1c strip of three and 12c adhesives (SG 44+48) tied by NAIROBI/E.A.P. cds's dated SE.12.13. Blue on white R/NAIROBI registered label at left and s/r MOMBASA/REGISTERED transit cds. A scarcer registered use of this stationery card. H&G 9.

£60.00
K.U.T. - 1907 3c green PSC uprated and registered to Austria and used at LAMU. H&G 5.K.U.T. - 1907 3c green PSC uprated and registered to Austria and used at LAMU. H&G 5.

1907 3c green on ivory postal stationery postcard registered to Austria (no message) bearing additional 2a and 5a adhesives (SG 19+24) tied by LAMU/E.A.PROTECTORATE cds's dated 5.MY.14. Blue on white R/LAMU/BRITISH EAST AFRICA registered label at left and with s/r MOMBASA/REGISTERED transit. A scarcer registered use of this stationery card. H&G 5.

£75.00
K.U.T. - 1915 18c blue on cream RPSE stationery envelope (size F) unused. H&G 3.
K.U.T. - 1915 18c blue on cream RPSE stationery envelope (size F) unused. H&G 3.

1915 18c blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size F) in fine unused condition. Tiny spot at top left. H&G 3.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1965 K.U.T. - 1965 'KENYA GRADUATED PERSONAL TAX' stamps in unmounted mint condition.

1965 4/-, 6/-, 9/-, 13/-, 20/-, 30/-, 40/- and 50/- KENYA/GRADUATED/PERSONAL/TAX stamps in fine unmounted mint condition each handstamped' MSA/02' signifying they were remainders. Barefoot and Hall 9-16.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1944 POW K.U.T. - 1944 POW 'Evacuees Mail/Postage Free' postcard to Italy.

1944 (2.V.) purple on cream 'POW' postcard addressed to Italy sent from a prisoner of war inmate handstamped in violet ITALIAN EVACUEE CAMP NO.1a/KENYA COLONY and cancelled by P.O.W./E.A.C. cds. Struck by violet boxed EVACUEES MAIL/POSTAGE FREE handstamp and with P/W MIDDLE/EAST 159 mark.

£85.00
K.U.T. - 1943 POW K.U.T. - 1943 POW 'Internment Camp/Commandant/Frank' censor cover to Germany.

1942 (circa) cover addressed to Germany struck by POSTAL/INTERNMENT CAMP/COMMANDANT/FRANK strike in violet (roughly opened at top) with violet boxed PASSED No.19/BY CENSOR strike at left. This having been partly covered by black on cream P.C.90/OPENED BY/CENSOR/268 label in transit and with German 'Swastika' GEPRUFT censor stripe applied on arrival. The cover is struck by black boxed REPLIES TO INTERNEES SHOULD NOT COVER/MORE THAN ONE SIDE OF ORDINARY NOTE/PAPER. WRITING OF ANY DESCRIPTION ON/THE INSIDE OF ENVELOPE IS PROHIBITED. Strangely this handstamp is completely inverted.

£85.00
K.U.T. - 1936 20c rate cover to UK used at KABERAMAIDO/UGANDA.K.U.T. - 1936 20c rate cover to UK used at KABERAMAIDO/UGANDA.

1936 (MY.27.) cover addressed to UK bearing 20c adhesive tied by KABERAMAIDO/UGANDA cds.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1941 K.U.T. - 1941 'OAS' green cross censored cover used at APO-MPK/11 by South African troops.

1941 (MAY.3.) use of green on cream (M.F.F.In.2) bilingual ON ACTIVE SERVICE green cross envelope used by the South African forces addressed to Southern Rhodesia and then re-directed to Johannesburg. Cancelled by A.P.O.-U-M.P.K./11 cancel used at Gilgil Camp in Kenya and with black on cream OPENED BY BASE CENSOR label at left tied on the front by red No.2.' Base Censor strike. The cover has been cut open on reverse side which has been repaired with a strengthening tape.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1938 10c brown on buff PSRC unused and struck SPECIMEN.  H&G 6.K.U.T. - 1938 10c brown on buff PSRC unused and struck SPECIMEN. H&G 6.

1938 10c brown on buff postal stationery postcard in fine unused condition with diagonal SPECIMEN applied on front in black. H&G 6.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1938 10c brown on greyish PSC unused.  H&G 8.K.U.T. - 1938 10c brown on greyish PSC unused. H&G 8.

1938 10c brown on greyish postal stationery postcard in fine unused condition. H&G 8.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1938 10c brown on buff PSC unused.  H&G 6.K.U.T. - 1938 10c brown on buff PSC unused. H&G 6.

1938 10c brown on buff postal stationery postcard in fine unused condition. H&G 6.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1939 use of early censored missionary cover to Switzerland used at SONGEA.K.U.T. - 1939 use of early censored missionary cover to Switzerland used at SONGEA.

1939 (NOV.13.) cover from the Benedictine Mission at Ilinga (Matumb) addressed to Switzerland bearing 15c adhesive pair tied by SONGEA cds with rare black on green OPENED BY CENSOR label at left (Little type II d) with violet boxed PASSED No.3/BY CENSOR h/s alongside.

£120.00
K.U.T. - 1936 65c rate registered cover used locally at BUKOBA.K.U.T. - 1936 65c rate registered cover used locally at BUKOBA.

1936 (AU.10) registered cover addressed locally to Moshi (ex small part of reverse flap) bearing KUT 5c and 30c pair (SG 111+115) tied by d/r BUKOBA cds's with blue on white BUKOBA/R NO. registered label at left.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1951 50c rate registered local cover used at KILAMANJARO TPO (Down).K.U.T. - 1951 50c rate registered local cover used at KILAMANJARO TPO (Down).

1951 (FE.17.) registered cover addressed to Daressalaam bearing KUT 50c adhesive tied by d/r KILAMANJARO TPO/D (Down) cds (Proud type D2) with blue on white 'blank' registered label at left with manuscript 'KTPO' applied.

£65.00
K.U.T. - 1951 50c rate registered cover used locally at KILIMANJARO TPO (Down).K.U.T. - 1951 50c rate registered cover used locally at KILIMANJARO TPO (Down).

1951 (JA.6.) registered cover addressed to Daressalaam bearing KUT 50c adhesive tied by d/r KILIMANJARO T.P.O. /D (Down) cds (Proud type D2) with manuscript 'KTPO' registered marking at left.

£65.00
K.U.T. - 1953 40c rate cover to USA used on the DARESSALAM-TABORA TPO UP.K.U.T. - 1953 40c rate cover to USA used on the DARESSALAM-TABORA TPO UP.

1953 (SE.1.) cover addressed to USA bearing 'KGVI' 20c (x2) each tied by DARESSALAM-TABORA T.P.O. UP cds's.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1961 5/- black and red BOOKLET.  SG SB9.K.U.T. - 1961 5/- black and red BOOKLET. SG SB9.

1961 5/- black on red complete BOOKLET as issued and stiched at right side. SG SB9.

£12.00
K.U.T. - 1922 12c black UGANDA/REVENUE fine mint.K.U.T. - 1922 12c black UGANDA/REVENUE fine mint.

1922 12c black adhesive in fine mint condition handstamped UGANDA/REVENUE in red vertically applied. Barefoot and Hall 68.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1953 10c rate use of blank card addressed to USA sent from DARESSALAAM-TABORA TPO DOWN.K.U.T. - 1953 10c rate use of blank card addressed to USA sent from DARESSALAAM-TABORA TPO DOWN.

1953 (MY.12.) blank card addressed to USA (no message) bearing 1c (x5) and 5c adhesives tied by DARESSALAAM-TABORA TPO DOWN cds's with USA RIVER transit b/s.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1938 20c rate cover to India returned to sender with RETOUR strike applied.K.U.T. - 1938 20c rate cover to India returned to sender with RETOUR strike applied.

1938 (FE.22.) cover addressed to India marked 'First Airmail Without Surcharge' bearing the 20c Coronation adhesive tied by MOMBASA/KENYA cds. The cover was unclaimed and received a host of b/s's including D.L.O. strikes of Nagpur and Bombay with black boxed RETOUR applied on arrival.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1952 K.U.T. - 1952 'INSUFFICIENTLY PRE-PAID' cover to UK used at NAIROBI.

1952 (28.MY.) cover addressed to UK bearing 10c and 40c adhesives tied by NAIROBI KENYA cds and struck at left by two three lined INSUFFICIENTLY PRE-PAID/FOR AIR MAIL-DIVERTED/ TO SURFACE MAIL instructional handstamps in violet.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1945 K.U.T. - 1945 'POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS' form cancelled LIMURU/KENYA.

1945 use of black on salmon POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS form (T.A.3.) cancelled by LIMURU/ KENYA cds dated 16.AU.45.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1945 K.U.T. - 1945 'POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS' form cancelled NAIROBI/TELEGRAPHS.

1945 use of black on salmon POST OFFICE TELEGRAPHS form (T.A.3.) cancelled by NAIROBI/ TELEGRAPHS cds.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1916 use of K.U.T. - 1916 use of 'O.A.S.' stampless postcard to Kimberley used by troops at NAIROBI.

1916 (JY.28.) stampless use of picture postcard addressed to South Africa' marked 'On Active Service' cancelled by NAIROBI/BRIT.EAST AFRICA cds with MOMBASA transit and KIMBERLEY arrival cancels. Written in soldiers pencil.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1943 use of Italian K.U.T. - 1943 use of Italian 'Prisoner Of War.' card addressed to Italy.

1943 (AUG.21.) violet on cream P.O.W. postcard addressed to Italy from an Italian Internee at '354 Camp' cancelled by P.O.W./E.A.C. cds and with violet circular P.O.W./354/E.A.F. strike and red 'A/d' marking.

£50.00
K.U.T. - 1964 (un-issued) OFFICIAL series ctoK.U.T. - 1964 (un-issued) OFFICIAL series cto'd on piece at NAIROBI. CW 01-06.

1964 5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 30c and 50c '1963 Uhuru' adhesives on piece each overprinted OFFICIAL and cancelled by NAIROBI/KENYA cds's. These stamps were prepared for official use but no there is no evidence that they were actually used. CW 01/06 and Michel 1-6.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1945 25c rate use of censored FORMULA air letter to UK.K.U.T. - 1945 25c rate use of censored FORMULA air letter to UK.

1945 (20.III.) use of FORMULA type 'blue triangle' AIR LETTER addressed to UK bearing 5c and 20c adhesives tied by E.A. APO2 cds with black on cream OPENED BY CENSOR label at top edge. Struck by PASSED BY BASE CENSOR/ E.A. No. II.01 h/s (EA.B4) and by DEPUTY/CHIEF FIELD/ CENSOR - RECEIVED FROM APO strike (EA.F3) with additional shield type PASSED/CENSOR below. Army Form W.3077.A imprint.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1940 K.U.T. - 1940 'OAS' stampless cover to UK with OPENED BY BASE CENSOR label.

1940 (NO.28.) stampless 'On Active Service' cover addressed to UK cancelled by scarce violet E.A.A.P.S./NAIROBI rubber cds on reverse side (EASC 1005) with scarcer black on cream OPENED BY BASE CENSOR (bilingual) label at left edge tied on the front and reverse sides by red boxed PASSED BY BASE CENSOR/E.A. No.01 h/s and with A.P.S. E.A. b/s of the following day. (EA.BI and EAL.500).

£80.00
K.U.T. - 1943 25c red meter mark on military censored FORMULA letter card to S.Rhodesia.K.U.T. - 1943 25c red meter mark on military censored FORMULA letter card to S.Rhodesia.

1943 (5.V.) use of blue on pinkish FORMULA stationery AIR MAIL/LETTER CARD addressed to Southern Rhodesia (genuine use) and cancelled by red KUT/25c meter mark strike and cancelled by E.A./APO 55 cds and with scarcer black on cream (serifed) OPENED BY CENSOR strip at top edge. EASC 1044. Violet PASSED/BY MILITARY/CENSOR h/s applied at bottom left.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1942 K.U.T. - 1942 'OAS' cover to UK used at EA/APO2.

1942 (11.VIII.) cover addressed to UK (some crumpling) marked 'On Active Service' (on reverse) bearing 5c in a strip of four plus 10c and a 20c in a similar strip of five cancelled by numerous E.A./APO 2 cds's.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1917 POSTAL CENSOR/DARESSALAN stampless cover to Natal.K.U.T. - 1917 POSTAL CENSOR/DARESSALAN stampless cover to Natal.

1917 (circa) stampless cover addressed to Natal (slightly reduced at top from opening) cancelled by F.P.O./343 cds on reverse side and struck on the front by blue boxed PASSED BY/POSTAL CENSOR/DARESSALAM handstamp on front. Marked 'Censored' in manuscript at lower left and counter signed.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1918 20r IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF printed in issued colours.K.U.T. - 1918 20r IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF printed in issued colours.

1918 20r IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF printed in the issued colours of purple and blue on blue gummed watermarked paper but with a crease through the bottom left corner. Rare. SG 60.

£150.00
K.U.T. - 1935 20c orange PSE SPECIMEN.  H&G 5.K.U.T. - 1935 20c orange PSE SPECIMEN. H&G 5.

1935 20c orange on cream postal stationery envelope (size a) in unused condition with SPECIMEN diagonally in black on front. H&G 5.

£50.00
K.U.T. - 1943 FORMULA letter card to UK censored by R.A.F.K.U.T. - 1943 FORMULA letter card to UK censored by R.A.F.

1943 (JY.20.) use of blue on pinkish FORMULA type LETTER CARD addressed to UK (genuine use) and struck by red KUT/25c meter handstamp cancelled by ELDORET cds and with red crested boxed R.A.F./CENSOR/753 h/s at left.

£50.00
K.U.T. - 1960 (circa) 1/- postal stationery REPLY COUPON unused.K.U.T. - 1960 (circa) 1/- postal stationery REPLY COUPON unused.

1960 (circa) 1/- blue and yellow on white COUPON REPONSE INTERNATIONAL reply coupon inscribed KENYA UGANDA AND TANGANYIKA in fine unused condition. (Type C22).

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1928 FIRST FLIGHT-FOKKER MONOPLANE K.U.T. - 1928 FIRST FLIGHT-FOKKER MONOPLANE 'Canberry' flight label pair.

1928 FIRST FLIGHT-FOKKER MONOPLANE - 'Miss Africa' / HOLLAND-EGYPT-KENYA black on yellow cream imperforate label pair from the Major Lord John Carberry flight.

£60.00
K.U.T. - 1943 (circa) 25c blue air letter card to UK used at ELDORET with RAF censor.K.U.T. - 1943 (circa) 25c blue air letter card to UK used at ELDORET with RAF censor.

1943 (circa) issued blue on greyish 25c airmail letter card addressed to UK (genuine use) cancelled by ELDORET/KENYA cds dated 3.MY.43 and struck at lower left by red crested R.A.F./CENSOR/753 h/s. A scarce airforce censoring of this letter card.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1951 30c blue RPSE (size K) unused.  H&G 7b.K.U.T. - 1951 30c blue RPSE (size K) unused. H&G 7b.

1951 30c blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size K) in fine unused condition with 'THOS. DE LA RUE & CO LTD' (type 2) imprint under flap. A scarce size. H&G 7b.

£135.00
K.U.T. - 1952 K.U.T. - 1952 'Royal Visit' FDC to USA underpaid with T/CENTIMES tax mark in red.

1952 (FE.1.) first day cover addressed to USA bearing the 10c green and grey adhesive (x3) with 'Royal Visit/1952' added (SG163) and cancelled by part DAR ES SALAAM cds. The cover was underpaid and has sexagonal 'T/5 CENTIMES' strike applied in 'red' ink.

£50.00
K.U.T. - 1945 censored cover to USA used at DARESSALAM with K.U.T. - 1945 censored cover to USA used at DARESSALAM with 'R/1' censor strike.

1945 (MR.1.) cover addressed to USA bearing 10c and 20c adhesives tied DARESSALAM and with violet crowned PASSED/ R/1 censor strike at left.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1933 30c rate cover to USA used at KAMULI/UGANDA.K.U.T. - 1933 30c rate cover to USA used at KAMULI/UGANDA.

1933 (DE.28.) cover addressed to USA (opened on two sides) bearing 15c red pair tied by KAMULI/UGANDA cds.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1940 missionary censored cover from TABORA with blue PC11 censor label applied.K.U.T. - 1940 missionary censored cover from TABORA with blue PC11 censor label applied.

1940 (AP.26.) cover addressed to the 'Trappist P.O.' bearing 30c adhesive tied TABORA and with scarce P.C.11/OPENED BY CENSOR label at left edge (Little type IIIb-P.C.11 at top right) on blue label. Censor 11 being unrecorded.

£65.00
K.U.T. - 1940 military censor cover from APO-UMPK 2.K.U.T. - 1940 military censor cover from APO-UMPK 2.

1940 (7.IX.) stampless cover addressed to Uk handstamped ON ACTIVE SERVICE in black and cancelled by A.P.O.-U-M.P.K/2 cds and struck by black boxed O.H.M.S./No.188/MILITARY/ FRANKED mark and PASSED/BY MILITARY/CENSOR/No.188 strike at lower left.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1948 K.U.T. - 1948 'BY AIR TO LONDON ONLY' transmission strike on cover to Germany.

1948 (JA.13.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 20c pair and 30c (x3) tied KARATINA/KENYA and struck by violet BY AIR TO LONDON ONLY straight lined instructional handstamp.

£65.00
K.U.T. - 1941 cover to UK with scarce SAVE K.U.T. - 1941 cover to UK with scarce SAVE 'V' for Victory patriotic label.

1941 (19.NO.) cover addressed to UK bearing 20c on 6c surcharged South African adhesive with KENYA/TANGANYIKA/UGANDA overprint tied by MOMBASA/KENYA cds and with scarce red, white and blue IMPERFORATE 'V' for Victory SAVE patriotic label at left.

£115.00
K.U.T. - 1945 use of South African K.U.T. - 1945 use of South African 'Green Cross' privilege envelope to Northern Ireland.

1945 use of green on white ON ACTIVE SERVICE (M.F.F. In 2) South African bilingual green cross envelope addressed to Irealand cancelled by E.A./A.P.O.2 cds used by troops stationed at Nairobi. Black on white OPENED/BY EXAMINER 3380 (51-2107 G.W.D.) label at left but with part of label and reverse flap edge torn away on reverse. A scarcer privilege envelope for the South African troops on Active Service. Violet PASSED BY BASE CENSOR/EA No.II h/s on front.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1931 cover to UK used at RONGAI.K.U.T. - 1931 cover to UK used at RONGAI.

1931 (MY.1) cover to UK bearing 1c, 5c, 10c, 15c & 30c adhesives (the 5c & 15c being Plate 2 examples) cancelled by various RONGAI/KENYA cds's.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1930 10c black PSC to UK uprated and used at MOMBASA.  H&G 3.K.U.T. - 1930 10c black PSC to UK uprated and used at MOMBASA. H&G 3.

1930 10c black on buff postal stationery postcard to UK bearing additional 5c & 15c adhesives & cancelled by MOMBASA/KENYA cds's dated 20.JU.34. H&G 3.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1950 (circa) 20c rate cover to UK used at DARESSALLAM-TABORA TPO DOWN.K.U.T. - 1950 (circa) 20c rate cover to UK used at DARESSALLAM-TABORA TPO DOWN.

1950 (circa) cover addressed to UK bearing 'KGVI' 20c adhesive tied by DARESSALAM-TABORA TPO DOWN cds dated 21.MY.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1919 6c rate cover to USA (fault) used at KERICHO.K.U.T. - 1919 6c rate cover to USA (fault) used at KERICHO.

1919 (MR.24.) 'Montgommery Ward' commercial cover addressed to USA (origin cut out of front at top left) bearing 6c adhesive tied by s/r KERICHO cds (Proud type D1-showing N for H' and with the day slug being inverted. Scarce LUMBWA/EAP 'skeleton' transit b/s. (Proud D2).

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1943 25c airmail letter card censored to UK.K.U.T. - 1943 25c airmail letter card censored to UK.

1943 (circa) 25c blue on greyish postal stationery AIR MAIL/LETTER CARD addressed to UK cancelled by d/r E.A./A.P.O. 2 cds dated 14.I.43. with violet PASSED/BY MILITARY/CENSOR/ E.A. 1/8 censor cachet at bottom left. Troops stationed at Nairobi.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1907 5r grey and red mint.  SG 30.K.U.T. - 1907 5r grey and red mint. SG 30.

1907 5r grey and red in fine mint condition. SG 30.

£95.00
K.U.T. - 1912 3r violet and green mint.  SG 55.K.U.T. - 1912 3r violet and green mint. SG 55.

1912-21 3r violet and green in fine mint condition. SG 55.

£18.00
K.U.T. - 1912 2r red and black on blue mint.  SG 54.K.U.T. - 1912 2r red and black on blue mint. SG 54.

1912-21 2r red and black on blue in fine mint condition. SG 54.

£15.00
K.U.T. - 1912 1r shades mint.  SG 53/53b.K.U.T. - 1912 1r shades mint. SG 53/53b.

1912-21 1r adhesives in black on green and black on emerald issue in fine mint condition. SG 53/53b.

£3.00
K.U.T. - 1943 K.U.T. - 1943 'Uganda/No.6 Camp' POW censored letter sheet to USA.

1943 (DEC.23) use of special prisoner of war camp letter sheet addressed to USA cancelled by d/r POW/EAC cds with violet boxed P/W EAST/AFRICA 007 h/s & scarce oval INTERNMENT CAMP/No.6 UGANDA caceht. 11847/US CENSOR mark applied on arrival.

£95.00
K.U.T. - 1903 2r dull and bright purple mint.  SG 12.K.U.T. - 1903 2r dull and bright purple mint. SG 12.

1903 2r dull and bright purple in fine mint condition. SG 12.

£50.00
K.U.T. - 1946 INSUFFICIENTLY PAID handstamped cover to USA.K.U.T. - 1946 INSUFFICIENTLY PAID handstamped cover to USA.

1946 (DE.17) cover to USA bearing 50c with 'Victory' 20c & 30c pair tied DARESSALAAM/1 cds with violet boxed INSUFFICIENTLY PAID/FOR AIR MAIL instructional h/s.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1912 5r blue and dull purple mint.  SG 57.K.U.T. - 1912 5r blue and dull purple mint. SG 57.

1912-21 5r blue and dull purple in fine mint condition. SG 57.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1912 4r red and green on yellow mint. SG56.K.U.T. - 1912 4r red and green on yellow mint. SG56.

1912-21 4r red and green on yellow in fine mint condition. SG 56.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1916 PASSED/POSTAL CENSOR/MOMBASA strike on K.U.T. - 1916 PASSED/POSTAL CENSOR/MOMBASA strike on 'OAS' stampless postcard to Cape.

1916 (FE.4.) use of stampless picture postcard addressed to Cape Colony depicting 'Main Street- Mombasa' marked 'On Active Service' in manuscript and cancelled by MOMBASA cds with violet boxed PASSED/POSTAL CENSOR/MOMBASA h/s.

£65.00
K.U.T. - 1937 K.U.T. - 1937 'Coronation' registered cover to UK used at SONGHOR.

1937 (AU.2) registered cover addressed to UK bearing 1937 'Coronation' trio tied by individual SONGHOR/KENYA cds's.

£15.00
K.U.T. - 1932 20c rate postcard use to UK used at MOIBEN.K.U.T. - 1932 20c rate postcard use to UK used at MOIBEN.

1932 (AU.16) use of picture p'card to UK depicting real photo of hippo in river & bearing 20c adhesive tied by MOIBEN/KENYA cds. (Proud type D2).

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1931 K.U.T. - 1931 'Imperial Airways' first flight cover to UK used at MOBENDE/UGANDA.

1931 (MR.6.) first flight cover addressed to UK bearing 10c+50c adhesives tied by MUBENDE/ UGANDA cds. Carried by Imperial Airways.

£50.00
K.U.T. - 1938 20c PSE used locally from KILOSA.  H&G 7.K.U.T. - 1938 20c PSE used locally from KILOSA. H&G 7.

1938 20c orange and cream stationery envelope (size b) addressed to Dar-Es-Salaam and cancelled by KILOSA cds dated 10.MR.43. H&G 7.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1922 10/- bright blue superbly used.  SG 94.K.U.T. - 1922 10/- bright blue superbly used. SG 94.

1922-27 10/- bright blue cancelled by superb central MOMBASA/KENYA cds dated 21.MR.35. SG 94.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1922 5/- used.  SG 92.K.U.T. - 1922 5/- used. SG 92.

1922 5/- carmine-red in very fine used condition with large part of ELORET/KENYA cds dated 12.OC.26. SG 92.

£16.00
K.U.T. - 1933 registered cover to UK used at NAIVASHA.K.U.T. - 1933 registered cover to UK used at NAIVASHA.

1933 (SE.8.) registered cover addressed to UK bearing 5c and 30c strip of three tied by NAIVASHA/KENYA cds.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1936 MOMBASA EXHIBITION label mint.K.U.T. - 1936 MOMBASA EXHIBITION label mint.

1936 red on white MOMBASA EXHIBITION label in fine mint condition with gum (light bend).

£20.00
K.U.T. - 1942 censored cover to UK from MOSHI with PASSED/ R/12 censor mark.K.U.T. - 1942 censored cover to UK from MOSHI with PASSED/ R/12 censor mark.

1942 (JU.27.) cover addressed to UK bearing 30c and 1/- adhesives tied MOSHI with violet crowned octagonal PASSED/ R/12 censor handstamp below. Little type IIIA.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1951 INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID/DIRECTED TO SURFACE h/sK.U.T. - 1951 INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID/DIRECTED TO SURFACE h/s'd 20c rate cover to UK.

1951 (OC.23.) cover addressed to Uk bearing 20c adhesive tied by NAIROBI-KENYA cds and struck in violet by three lined INSUFFICIENTLY PRE-PAID/FOR AIR MAIL-DIRECTED/TO SURFACE MAIL instructional h/s.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1948 30c ultramarine RPSE unused (size G).  H&G 6.
K.U.T. - 1948 30c ultramarine RPSE unused (size G). H&G 6.

1948 30c Ultramarine on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) in fine unused condition with type 5 imprint under flap. H&G 6.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1948 50c rate AIR LETTER to UK used at MASINDI refugee camp by Polish inmate.K.U.T. - 1948 50c rate AIR LETTER to UK used at MASINDI refugee camp by Polish inmate.

1948 (FE.7.) use of dark blue on greyish FORMULA type postal stationery airletter addressed to Polish Officer at Rednal Camp in Shropshire in UK bearing 50c adhesive tied by d/r MASINDI/2/ UGANDA cds. A scarce use from this Polish Refugee Camp.

£120.00
K.U.T. - 1943 stampless letter sheet from Prisoner Of War to Italy.K.U.T. - 1943 stampless letter sheet from Prisoner Of War to Italy.

1943 (MAR.6) stampless letter sheet from Prisoner of War addressed to Italy cancelled P.O.W. /E.A.C. 7 with violet P.W MIDDLE/EAST 250 h/s. Circular P.O.W./356/E.A.C. b/s.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1941 K.U.T. - 1941 'OAS' stampless military cover to Kenya from A.P.O.2

1941 (6.VI.) use of stampless cover addressed to UK marked 'On Active Service' cancelled by E.A./APO 2 cds (Nairobi) with violet PASSED/BY MILITARY/CENSOR/E.A./No 120 strike at lower left.

£25.00
K.U.T. - 1945 inward stampless censor cover from Italy to Prisoner of War.K.U.T. - 1945 inward stampless censor cover from Italy to Prisoner of War.

1945 (12.4) stampless cover to Italian Prisoner of War in S Africa cancelled by CAPUAVEIERE cds with violet unboxed P/W MIDDLE/EAST 384 h/s on front & with five lined PRISONERS OF WAR CENSORSHIP, MIDDLE EAST censor tape on reverse. (As per Henning type ME-V1 although a covering letter from Mr Henning stated that he had never seen this in five lines).

£85.00
K.U.T. - 1935 K.U.T. - 1935 'Silver Jubilee' set on cover to USA with BY AIR IN AMERICA h/s in violet.

1935 (AP.21.) registered cover addressed to USA bearing the 'Silver Jubilee' series (SG 124-127) tied NAIROBI/REGISTERED and struck by scarce violet two lined BY AIR IN AMERICA/PAR AVION EN AMERIQUE bilingual transmission strike.

£65.00
K.U.T. - 1967 use of 35c red on cream KENYA-COMMONWEALTH REPLY COUPON used at WESTLANDS.K.U.T. - 1967 use of 35c red on cream KENYA-COMMONWEALTH REPLY COUPON used at WESTLANDS.

1967 use of red on white COMMONWEALTH REPLY COUPON pre-printed KENYA/ SELLING PRICE 35 CENTS & cancelled WESTLANDS/KENYA & dated 19.OC.67. Scarce.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1948 30c uprated RPSE to UK used at NANYUKI/KENYA.  H&G 6.K.U.T. - 1948 30c uprated RPSE to UK used at NANYUKI/KENYA. H&G 6.

1948 30c ultramarine on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) addressed to UK bearing additional 30c and 2/- adhesives tied by s/r NANYUKI/KENYA cds's dated 13.JU.50. H&G 6.

£45.00
K.U.T. - 1945 E.A./A.P.O.2 K.U.T. - 1945 E.A./A.P.O.2 'On Active Service' censor cover to UK.

1945 (26.II.) cover addressed to UK marked 'On Active Service' and bearing 30c and 1/- adhesives tied by d/r E.A./A.P.O. 2 cds with violet shield type PASSED BY/CENSOR/No.273 censor mark at left. Troops stationed at Nairobi.

£18.00
K.U.T. - 1924 20c PSE used on the Nairobi-Mombasa first flight.  H&G 2.K.U.T. - 1924 20c PSE used on the Nairobi-Mombasa first flight. H&G 2.

1924 20c Orange brown on cream (type a) postal stationery envelope (H&G2) addressed to Mombasa & bearing additonal 15c (SG 82) tied NAIROBI/KENYA & dated 17.AU.32. Marked in manuscript at top `First flight/Nairobi to Mombasa. MOMBASA/POSTE RESTANTE b/s.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1946 20c rate cover to UK with AGAKHAN DIAMOND JUBILEE label.K.U.T. - 1946 20c rate cover to UK with AGAKHAN DIAMOND JUBILEE label.

1946 (SE.12.) cover addressed to UK (light vertical fold) bearing 5c (x4) adhesives tied by DARESSALAAM cds's with scarce grey on white perforated HIS HIGHNESS THE AGAKHANS/ DIAMOMD JUBILEE label affixed alongside but not tied.

£75.00
K.U.T. - 1937 K.U.T. - 1937 'Coronation' FDC used at MITYANA/UGANDA.

1937 (MY.12.) first day cover of the 'Coronation' trio to UK each cancelled by scarcer MITYANA/UGANDA cds's.

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1935 65c K.U.T. - 1935 65c 'Silver Jubilee' adhesive on cover to UK used at ELDORET.

1935 (JU.7.) cover addressed to UK bearing 65c 'Silver Jubilee' adhesive tied by ELDORET/ KENYA cds. (Proud type D8).

£28.00
K.U.T. - 1935 45c RPSE (size G) unused.  H&G 2.K.U.T. - 1935 45c RPSE (size G) unused. H&G 2.

1935 45c dark blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) in unused condition. THOS. DE LA RUE & CO. PATENT (type T1) imprint under flap. H&G 2.

£40.00
K.U.T. - 1935 cover to UK used at OLJORGORO.K.U.T. - 1935 cover to UK used at OLJORGORO.

1935 (MY.15.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1c,5c,10c and 50c pictorials tied by OLJORGORO/ KENYA cds (Proud type D2).

£35.00
K.U.T. - 1904 registered cover to USA cancelled FOREIGN REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT/MOMBASA.
K.U.T. - 1904 registered cover to USA cancelled FOREIGN REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT/MOMBASA.
K.U.T. - 1904 registered cover to USA cancelled FOREIGN REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT/MOMBASA.

1904 (NO.12.) registered cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2a, 2a and 5a adhesives tied by s/r MOMBASA cds with FOREIGN REGISTRATION DEPARTMENT/MOMBASA cds alongside of the same day. The reverse side shows a superb example of the rare crowned POST OFFICE/ MOMBASA strike impressed into red wax seal.

£165.00
K.U.T. - 1908 1r usage on registered K.U.T. - 1908 1r usage on registered 'US Embassy' cover used at MOMBASA.

1908 (MR.28.) registered cover addressed to USA bearing 1r adhesive centrally struck by MOMBASA/E.A.P. cancel with unusual '8371' temporary registered label at left made from stamp selvage. The cover eminates from the 'Embassy Of The United States' and is sealed on reverse flap by unusual red crowned handstamps. NEW YORK/PAID ALL transit b/s dated AP.27. With light VIRGINA arrival. Scarce stamp on cover.

£180.00
K.U.T. - 1908 OHMS registered cover to France from MOMBASA.K.U.T. - 1908 OHMS registered cover to France from MOMBASA.

1908 (JA.21) use of 'O.H.M.S.' envelope (132x108mm) registered to France bearing 1c, 3c, 10c, 12c & 15c adhesives (SG34,35,37-39) tied by s/r MOMBASA cds's. A scarce & attractive franking. The reverse showing red wax POSTMASTER GENERAL/EAST AFRICA, UGANDA seal.

£90.00
K.U.T. - 1922 1c K.U.T. - 1922 1c 'GEA' used in combination with 1c and 4c/6c pair to India from KAMPALA.

1922 (APR.7.) cover addressed to India (rough opening at left) bearing 4c on 6c surcharged (x2) tied with 1c black and similar but overprinted 'G.E.A.' and cancelled by KAMPALA/UGANDA cds.

£30.00
K.U.T. - 1931 5c|+ 1/- use on registered cover to Holland from LUGAZI.K.U.T. - 1931 5c|+ 1/- use on registered cover to Holland from LUGAZI.

1931 (DE.21.) registered cover addressed to Holland bearing 5c and 1/- green tied by LUGAZI/ UGANDA cds with blue on white R/LUGAZI/UGANDA/No. label below. The high value 'shilling' stamps are not easy to find on cover.

£55.00
K.U.T. - 1933 2s use on cover to South Africa.K.U.T. - 1933 2s use on cover to South Africa.

1933 (DE.25.) cover addressed to South Africa bearing the 2s (SG 88) adhesive tied by NAIROBI/ KENYA cds. A scarce stamp on cover due to this over payment.

£55.00