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IRAQ - 1939 IRAQ - 1939 'EXPERIMENTAL' first flight cover to Kurkuk.

1939 (JAN.16.) EXPERIMENTAL FIRST FLIGHT cover addressed locally to Kirkuk bearing 3fils adhesive tied BAGHDAD and struck by red EXPERIMENTAL FLIGHT/BASRAH, AMARAH, BAGHDAD/KIRKUK MOSUL/& VISA VERSA/BY/IRAQ AEROPLANE cachet applied in red ink.

£120.00
MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1887 1/2d green Gibraltar stationery wrapper used at TANGIER. MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1887 1/2d green Gibraltar stationery wrapper used at TANGIER.

1887 1/2d green on buff postal stationery wrapper of Gibraltar (H&G 2) addressed to Germany tied by 'A 267' duplex with TANGIER cads alongside dated 3.AP.95.

£85.00
TANGANYIKA - 1917 10c red Belgian Congo PSC to Holland used at B.P.C.V.P.K./No.10.  H&G 44a.TANGANYIKA - 1917 10c red Belgian Congo PSC to Holland used at B.P.C.V.P.K./No.10. H&G 44a.

BELGIAN OCCUPATION - 1917 (DE.12.) use of 10c red on cream postal stationery postcard of Belgium Congo depicting a picture of 'La Ruzizi' on reverse side. The card is addressed to Holland and has been cancelled by scarce d/r B.P.C.V.P.K./No.10 cancel used by the occupying troops at Gottorp. A scarcer number. H&G 44a.

£185.00
TANGANYIKA - 1917 10c TANGANYIKA - 1917 10c 'Military' PSC of Belgium Congo to UK used at B.P.C.V.P.K./No.12. H&G 2.

BELGIAN OCCUPATION - 1917 10c red-brown on cream postal stationery postcard issued for the military and depicting 'En Caravane Vers Tabora' illustration on reverse side. The card is addressed to UK and is cancelled by B.P.C.V.P.K./No.12 cancel dated 4.APR.18 used by troops stationed at Gottorp and transited via the No.16 censor receiving a further B.P.C.V.P.K./No.16 strike two days later struck in 'green' ink. Complete with Belgian Congo Study Circle certificate. A scarce use at Gottorp. H&G 2.

£180.00
TANGANYIKA - 1898 5 pesa on 10pfg illustrated Germany PSC used at SAADANI.  H&G 2.TANGANYIKA - 1898 5 pesa on 10pfg illustrated Germany PSC used at SAADANI. H&G 2.

GERMAN OCCUPATION - 1898 5pfg black on 10pfg carmine 'Privately Printed' postal stationery postcard with coloured 'Gruss Aus Dar-Es-Salam' reverse depicting 'Wohnhass Des Gouverneurs, Postgebaude and Nafen Dar Es Salam' illustrations addressed to Germany and cancelled by scarce SAADANI cds dated 5/4/98. DAR ES SALAAM transit cds at left. H&G 2.

£200.00
TANGANYIKA - 1898 3 pesa on 5pfg illustrated PSC of Germany used at MIKINDANI.  H&G 1.TANGANYIKA - 1898 3 pesa on 5pfg illustrated PSC of Germany used at MIKINDANI. H&G 1.

GERMAN OCCUPATION - 1898 5 pfg green on cream 'Gruss Aus Kilwa' postal stationery postcard overprinted 3/DEUTSCH OSTAFRIKA/PESA addressed to Berlin and cancelled by MIKINDANI cds dated 28/9/99 with DAR ES SALAAM transit cds at lower left. A scarce privately printed card. H&G 1.

£265.00
CEYLON - 1860 1d rate local cover with BADULLA/POST PAID b/s.CEYLON - 1860 1d rate local cover with BADULLA/POST PAID b/s.

1860 cover addressed locally and marked 'Stamped' bearing 1d blue imperforate adhesive tied by grilled barred cancel with rare BADULLA/POST PAID h/s on reverse side showing origin with mauscript dating in centre. Ex. Hackmey.

£500.00
CEYLON - 1866 10d rate cover to UK.CEYLON - 1866 10d rate cover to UK.

1866 (OC.21.) cover addressed to UK marked 'Via Marseilles' and bearing 10d vermilion adhesive (SG 58) tied by grilled bars and with red GALLE/PAID cancel below. Red LONDON/PAID cds applied on arrival.

£265.00
CEYLON - 1859 1/- yellow PSE unused.  H&G 8.CEYLON - 1859 1/- yellow PSE unused. H&G 8.

1859 1/- yellow on cream (type 1) postal stationery envelope in fine unused condition. H&G 8.

£150.00
CEYLON - 1921 3c green postal stationery wrapper used locally.  H&G 15.CEYLON - 1921 3c green postal stationery wrapper used locally. H&G 15.

1921 3c green on buff postal stationery wrapper addressed locally to Matale cancelled by the circular barred 'CO' printed matter cancellator of Colombo. (Proud type PM3). KAIKAWALA b/s dated JU.24.23. An elusive stationery item. H&G 15.

£85.00
ASCENSION - 1929 multi franked ASCENSION - 1929 multi franked 'Badge Of Colony' registered cover to USA.

1929 (AU.1.) registered (Meister) cover to USA bearing 'Badge of Colony' 1d, 2d and 3d adhesives (SG 11, 13+14) tied ASCENSION.

£120.00
AUSTRALIA - 1932 registered cover to Flinders Island used at HOBART.AUSTRALIA - 1932 registered cover to Flinders Island used at HOBART.

1932 (JUN.3.) registered cover addressed to Flinders Island bearing 5d 'head' tied with 6d 'air mail'adhesive by REGISTERED/HOBART cds with scarce violet three lined AIR MAIL/ FROM LAUNCESTON/REFERENCE No. handstamp applied with '1901' added in manuscript and with WHITE MARK arrival b/s. This handstamp used as a inward registered tally mark.

£65.00
AUSTRALIA - 1934 first AUSTRALIA - 1934 first 'AUTOGIRO FLIGHT' cover to Melbourne cancelled M.O.O.PORTLAND.

1934 (NO.16.) use of special pre-printed PORTLAND/FIRST PERMANENT SETTLEMENT/ AUTOGIRO FLIGHT postcard addressed to Melbourne bearing 1 1/2d brown 'head' adhesive tied by M.O.O.PORTLAND/VIC cds (Money Order Office) with special blue society cachet at left. The 1st Australian Autogiro flight. Card number 1758.

£80.00
AUSTRALIA - 1934 first flight cover to Victoria with CENTENARY FUND label tied SHIP ROOM.AUSTRALIA - 1934 first flight cover to Victoria with CENTENARY FUND label tied SHIP ROOM.

1934 (JUL.24) special pre-printed 'VH-UXX Faith In Australia' first flight cover bearing 2d & 6d adhesives tied by SHIP MAIL ROOM/MELBOURNE in combination with (tied) red on white CENTENARY/VICTORIA-MELBOURNE/1934-35/FUND label. New Guinea 2d & 6d adhesives added on arrival & the cover re-addressed to Victoria. The stamps being cancelled by LAE/NEW GUINEA cds's. Violet circular & octagonal FIRST OFFICIAL/AIR MAIL h/s's applied.

£85.00
AUSTRALIA - 1918 2 1/2d rate AUSTRALIA - 1918 2 1/2d rate 'roo' censored 'US CONSULATE' cover to USA used at ADELAIDE.

1918 (AU.20.) use of 'US Consulate' cover pre addressed to USA bearing 2 1/2d 'roo' tied by ADELAIDE/STH-4-AUS cds and struck by violet oval PASSED BY/4th M.D./CENSOR handstamp.

£95.00
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - 1907 1/2d TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - 1907 1/2d 'Printed Paper Rate' cover to Canada.

1907 (MY.1.) pre-printed PRINTED CIRCULAR envelope addressed to Canada bearing 1/2d green adhesive tied GPO PORT OF SPAIN/TRINIDAD. A scarcer printed rate cover.

£45.00
JAMAICA - 1906 1d carmine PSC to UK used at PRIESTMANS RIVER.  H&G 23.JAMAICA - 1906 1d carmine PSC to UK used at PRIESTMANS RIVER. H&G 23.

1906 1d carmine on buff postal stationery postcard addressed to UK cancelled by PRIESTMANS RIVER/JAMAICA cds dated OC.1.10. Proud type D3. H&G 23.

£55.00
MALAYA (Straits Settlements) - 1912 25c dull purple and mauve used with INVERTED WATERMARK.MALAYA (Straits Settlements) - 1912 25c dull purple and mauve used with INVERTED WATERMARK.

1912 25c dull purple and mauve in fine used condition showing the variety WATERMARK INVERTED. SG 205aa.

£250.00
PALESTINE - 1940 censored PALESTINE - 1940 censored 'EXPRESS' cover to USA used at TEL AVIV.

1940 (JA.16.) cover addressed to USA (some edge faults) bearing 5m (x7) and 20m adhesives tied TEL AVIV. Black on red P.T.534/POST OFFICE/EXPRESS label applied at bottom left tied by red on cream PC.22/OPENED BY/CENSOR 70?8133 censor label with violet boxed PALESTINE/PASSED BY/CENSOR/No…. h/s on reverse side. Magenta FEE CLAIMED BY OFFICE h/s applied on arrival.

£50.00
CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in slate.CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in slate.

1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in slate on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in lilac.CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in lilac.

1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in lilac on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in yellow.CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in yellow.

1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in yellow on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in pink.CEYLON - 1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in pink.

1915 2c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in pink on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in pink.CEYLON - 1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in pink.

1915 3c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in pink on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in lemon.CEYLON - 1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in lemon.

1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in brilliant lemon on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
CEYLON - 1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in slate.CEYLON - 1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for postal stationery printed in slate.

1915 6c IMPERFORATE COLOUR TRIAL for the postal stationery envelopes printed in slate on thin glazed card. (H&G type 83). Fine & scarce.

£120.00
AUSTRALIA - 1913 1d red (die I) mint BOOKLET PANE of six.  SG 2.AUSTRALIA - 1913 1d red (die I) mint BOOKLET PANE of six. SG 2.

1913 1d red (die 1) 'Roo' in a fine mint marginal BOOKLET PANE of six (ex Booklet SG SB1 or 2). Scarce item. SG 2.

£250.00
CYPRUS - 1960 REVENUE series of nine unmounted mint.CYPRUS - 1960 REVENUE series of nine unmounted mint.

1960 'First Republican' REVENUE series of nine values (5m to 1000m) in fine unmounted mint condition. Barefoot 53-61.

£75.00
CYPRUS - 1962 10m on 5m orange and 10m on 25m blue REVENUE surcharges U/M.CYPRUS - 1962 10m on 5m orange and 10m on 25m blue REVENUE surcharges U/M.

1962 'First Republican' REVENUE 10m on 5m orange and 10m on 25m blue surcharges in unmounted mint condition.

£20.00
CYPRUS - 1962 10m on 25m blue surcharge REVENUE block of four U/M.CYPRUS - 1962 10m on 25m blue surcharge REVENUE block of four U/M.

1962 'First Republican' REVENUE 10m on 25m blue surcharge in a fine unmounted top corner block of four with sheet number.

£35.00
GOLD COAST - 1876 1d blue GOLD COAST - 1876 1d blue 'SPIRO FORGERY' block of ten with bogus cancels.

1876 1d blue (SG type 1) top marginal block of ten stamps of the SPIRO FORGERIES cancelled by three different bogus cancellations.

£50.00
GOLD COAST - 1876 4d magenta GOLD COAST - 1876 4d magenta 'SPIRO FORGERY' block of ten with bogus cancels.

1876 4d magenta (SG type 1) top marginal block of ten stamps of the SPIRO FORGERIES cancelled by three different bogus cancellations.

£50.00
GOLD COAST - 1876 6d orange GOLD COAST - 1876 6d orange 'SPIRO FORGERY' block of ten with bogus cancels.

1876 6d orange (SG type 1) top marginal block of ten stamps of the SPIRO FORGERIES cancelled by three different bogus cancellations.

£50.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1919 SOUTH AFRICA - 1919 'PAQUEBOT/TOULON SUR MAR/VAR' maritime postcard use to UK.

1919 use of picture postcard of Gibraltar addressed to UK bearing South African 1d 'head' adhesive tied by PAQUEBOT/TOULON SUR MER/VAR maritime cancellation.

£65.00
MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1904 1d rose PSC of Gibraltar cancelled TANGIER on arrival.  H&G 26.MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1904 1d rose PSC of Gibraltar cancelled TANGIER on arrival. H&G 26.

1904 1d rose on buff inward postal stationery postcard of Gibraltar (H&G 26) which was sent uncancelled and having and 'A 26' duplex with TANGIER cds alongside applied on arrival dated 16.JU.06.

£35.00
SWAZILAND - 1938 2/6d SWAZILAND - 1938 2/6d 'IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF' (fault) printed in violet.

1938 2/6d IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF printed in violet on un-gummed paper (SG type 3). Unfortunately torn at the bottom but re-joined with stamp hinge. Nevertheless a scarce item.

£120.00
SEYCHELLES - 1952 15c deep yellow green mint with SEYCHELLES - 1952 15c deep yellow green mint with 'ST.EDWARDS CROWN' watermark. SG 161b.

1952 15c deep yellow green in fine mint condition (hinge remains) showing the ST EDWARD CROWN watermark error. SG 161b.

£250.00
ST.HELENA - 1936 1/2d ST.HELENA - 1936 1/2d 'dark black' issue in mint pair with BROKEN MAST variety. SG 97ha.

1936 1/2d grey-black and black 'late' dark centre printing on the thick gum arabic gummed paper in a fine mint left hand horizontal pair with one showing the BROKEN MAST variety from Row 2/1. SG 97ha.

£225.00
ST.HELENA - 1901 2 1/2d rate ST.HELENA - 1901 2 1/2d rate 'DEADWOOD CAMP' Boer War cover (faults) to Holland.

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.

£300.00
PAPUA - 1890 2 1/2d carmine PAPUA - 1890 2 1/2d carmine 'Queensland' adhesive pair cancelled by barred B.N.G. cancel.

1890 2 1/2d carmine (SG type 14) adhesive pair of Queensland cancelled by near complete central strike of the scarce 'B.N.G.' (8 barred) cancel in black used in Papua New Guinea.

£150.00
INDIA - 1918 INDIA - 1918 'OPENED BY CENSOR/CALCUTTA' censor cover to USA.

1918 cover addressed to USA bearing 2a6p ultramarine adhesive tied CALCUTTA totally over stuck by rare green on mustard crowned G.R.I./OPENED BY CENSOR/CALCUTTA censor label tied on the front by violet squared (rounded corners) PASSED/CENSOR/ CALCUTTA/5 handstamp and with POSTAL CENSOR.CALCUTTA b/s dated 12.JU.18. Roughly opened at left edge. Exceedingly rare.

£450.00
K.U.T. - 1940 10c rate K.U.T. - 1940 10c rate 'PASSED BY CENSOR/No.9' cover to USA used at SHINYANGA.

1940 (SE.21.) cover addressed to USA bearing 10c adhesive tied SHINYANGA with violet boxed PASSED BY CENSOR/No.9 h/s at left. Little type II.

£40.00
HONG KONG - 1963 50c aerogramme unused with BLUE BORDER MISSING.  H&G 10.HONG KONG - 1963 50c aerogramme unused with BLUE BORDER MISSING. H&G 10.

1963 50c red on blue postal stationery aerogramme in fine unused condition showing the major error BLUE OF BORDER OMITTED. H&G 10.

£85.00
BERMUDA - 1948 cover to Australia from Boez Island with 2/- BERMUDA - 1948 cover to Australia from Boez Island with 2/- 'key plate' use.

1948 (NOV.8.) cover addressed to Australia (vertical fold at left) sent from 'Boez Island' (origin on reverse) bearing 3d adhesive alongside 2/- 'key plate' issue tied HAMILTON Conference' slogan strike.

£45.00
BERMUDA - 1936 1/- BERMUDA - 1936 1/- 'Silver Jubilee' on registered cover to USA used at BAILEYS BAY.

1936 (FEB.17.) registered cover addressed to USA bearing the 1/- 'Silver Jubilee' adhesive (SG 97) tied by s/r BAILEYS BAY/BERMUDA cds.

£85.00
BARBADOS - 1939 incoming BARBADOS - 1939 incoming 'Lady Hawkins' cover with scarce early censor label applied on arrival.

1939 (NO.29.) inward cover from Canada handstamped by violet C.N.S.LADY HAWKINS/ POSTED ON THE HIGH SEAS h/s and with scarce P.T.275/ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE censor label at left (Little type L3) struck on reverse by black OPENED BY CENSOR strike (Little type H3) and with '7' inserted in red crayon. A scarce early censor label.

£150.00
HONG KONG - 1900 1c deep yellow PSE unused.  H&G 1.HONG KONG - 1900 1c deep yellow PSE unused. H&G 1.

1900 1c deep yellow on cream laid paper postal stationery envelope. Fine unused. H&G 1.

£30.00
HONG KONG - 1900 2c green PSE unused.  H&G 2.HONG KONG - 1900 2c green PSE unused. H&G 2.

1900 2c green on cream laid paper postal stationery envelope (light shade on right edge). Fine unused. H&G 2.

£30.00
HONG KONG - 1900 2c green PSE unused.  H&G 2a.HONG KONG - 1900 2c green PSE unused. H&G 2a.

1900 2c green on cream laid paper postal stationery envelope. Fine unused. H&G 2a.

£40.00
HONG KONG - 1900 4c carmine PSE unused.  H&G 3.HONG KONG - 1900 4c carmine PSE unused. H&G 3.

1900 4c carmine rose on cream laid postal stationery envelope. Fine unused. H&G 3.

£30.00
HONG KONG - 1900 4c carmine PSE unused.  H&G 3a.HONG KONG - 1900 4c carmine PSE unused. H&G 3a.

1900 4c carmine on grey paper postal stationery envelope. Unused. H&G 3a.

£35.00
HONG KONG - 1900 5c lilac PSE unused.  H&G 4.HONG KONG - 1900 5c lilac PSE unused. H&G 4.

1900 5c lilac on cream laid postal stationery envelope in fine unused condition. H&G 4.

£30.00
HONG KONG - 1900 5c lilac PSE unused.  H&G 4a.HONG KONG - 1900 5c lilac PSE unused. H&G 4a.

1900 5c lilac on grey postal stationery envelope in fine unused condition. H&G 4a.

£35.00
HONG KONG - 1900 10c ultramarine PSE unused.  H&G 5.HONG KONG - 1900 10c ultramarine PSE unused. H&G 5.

1900 10c ultramarine on cream laid postal stationery envelope. Fine unused. H&G 5.

£35.00
HONG KONG - 1900 10c ultramarine PSE unused. H&G 5a.HONG KONG - 1900 10c ultramarine PSE unused. H&G 5a.

1900 10c ultramarine on grey paper postal stationery envelope (140x111mm) in fine unused condition. H&G 5a.

£40.00
NEW ZEALAND - 1901 1d on 1 1/2d violet illustrated lettercard to Australia used at WELLINGTON.NEW ZEALAND - 1901 1d on 1 1/2d violet illustrated lettercard to Australia used at WELLINGTON.

1901 ONE PENNY in red surcharge on 1 1/2d violet on greenish-grey postal stationery 'view' type lettercard with perf 10 edges addressed to Australia and cancelled by weak WELLINGTON cds dated 28.MY.1902. H&G 4b.

£30.00
NEW ZEALAND - 1907 REPLY 1/2d red overprint on 1/2d+1/2d combination PSC unused. NEW ZEALAND - 1907 REPLY 1/2d red overprint on 1/2d+1/2d combination PSC unused.

1907 reply section of the 1/2d+1/2d deep blue on cream postal stationery reply postcard in unused condition with the addition of a 'GV' head 1/2d green impression alongside and both struck through by red HALPENNY straight lined handstamp. AC23a.

£35.00
NEW ZEALAND - 1915 1d PSC unused NEW ZEALAND - 1915 1d PSC unused 'Privately Printed' for use by N.Z.FARMERS CO-OP.

1915 1d carmine on buff 'Standing Hope' postal stationery postcard in fine unused condition 'privately printed' for N.Z.Farmers Co-op on both the front and reverse sides. Unusual item. H&G 19.

£65.00
NEW ZEALAND - 1923 1d red on 2d yellow lettercard used locally from HUNTLY.  H&G 18.NEW ZEALAND - 1923 1d red on 2d yellow lettercard used locally from HUNTLY. H&G 18.

1923 1d red on 2d yellow on blue postal stationery letter card addressed to Auckland and cancelled by HUNTLEY/NZ cds dated 22.MR.24. A nice 'in period' use of this surcharged stationery. H&G 18.

£45.00
NEW ZEALAND - 1923 1/2d green on 1d red PSC unused.  H&G 25.NEW ZEALAND - 1923 1/2d green on 1d red PSC unused. H&G 25.

1923 1/2d green on 1d 'universal' red on cream postal stationery postcard in fine unused condition. H&G 25.

£15.00
NEW ZEALAND - 1924 1d on obliterated 2d yellow letter card unused.  H&G 21.NEW ZEALAND - 1924 1d on obliterated 2d yellow letter card unused. H&G 21.

1924 1d carmine in combination with 2d yellow (latter with red bars) postal stationery lettercard (small surface rub at bottom edge) in unused condition. H&G 21.

£30.00
BURMA - 1945 10c rate local cover used at SEIKGYI ANAUGTO.BURMA - 1945 10c rate local cover used at SEIKGYI ANAUGTO.

1945 (17.1.) cover addressed locally to Rangoon bearing 5c 'farmer' with large 'C' (SG J77) together with 5c 'elephant' (SG J91) tied by SEIKGYI ANAUGTO cds. A scarce usage by the Burmese Government.

£110.00
BURMA - 1945 Japanese military postcard used at FPO/607 on Ramree Island.BURMA - 1945 Japanese military postcard used at FPO/607 on Ramree Island.

1945 (JAN.28.) use of orange on cream Japanese military postcard addressed to UK cancelled by F.P.O./607 cds used by the troops re-entering Burma on the forward airstrips following their landing on Ramree Island. This would have been from the 14th Army Postal Unit. The Japanese were cleared by the troops after just 6 weeks when this office was operated after their landing on January 21st 1945. The reverse of the card depicting Japanese in period costume.

£65.00
BURMA - 1941 1a BURMA - 1941 1a 'BURMA WAR COMFORTS' patriotic label on censored cover to USA.

1941 (NO.29.) cover to USA bearing 3a6p (SG 27) tied by RANGOON cds with red on white OPENED BY CENSOR label (type 1A3) tied front and back by triangular PASSED/X/CENSOR 25 handstamp (type 2X) together with scarce red and green on white perforated ONE ANNA/ THEY WILL THANK YOU/BURMA WAR COMFORTS patriotic funding label.

£150.00
BURMA - 1940 1a on 2a6p commemorative on first day local cover used at SHWEBO.BURMA - 1940 1a on 2a6p commemorative on first day local cover used at SHWEBO.

1940 (MY.6.) first day cover addressed locally bearing the 1a on 2a 6p 'Commemoration' adhesive tied by SHWEBO cds.

£40.00
BURMA - 1923 1/2a green Indian postal stationery wrapper used at RANGOON.  H&G 3.BURMA - 1923 1/2a green Indian postal stationery wrapper used at RANGOON. H&G 3.

1923 1/2a green on buff postal stationery wrapper of India (H&G 3) addressed to Ceylon (a little tatty) cancelled by lovely RANGOON G.P.O./SOR cds dated 23.OCT.30 with commercial merchants oval handstamp at left. This wrapper being from the smaller Nasik printing and is the rarest of all Indian stationery issues and is a great rarity used in Burma.

£150.00
BURMA - 1915 2 1/2a rate BURMA - 1915 2 1/2a rate 'PASSED BY CENSOR/ RANGOON' cover to USA.

1915 (NOV.10.) cover addressed to USA bearing Indian 1/2a (x5) adhesives on reverse flap tied by RANGOON R.M.S. cds with violet crested PASSED BY CENSOR/RANGOON h/s on front.

£65.00
B.O.F.I.C. (MEF) - 1943 censored cover to UK with dark colour set cancelled B.O.F.I.C. (MEF) - 1943 censored cover to UK with dark colour set cancelled 'EGYPT/PREPAID 96'.

1943 (NO.29.) cover addressed to UK (some light tone spots) bearing the 1d to 5d 'MEF' dark colour adhesives (13.5mm settings) each tied by EGYPT/PREPAID 96 cancels with violet crowned circular PASSED BY CENSOR/No.1498 h/s applied and violet DEPUTY CHIEF FIELD CENSOR strike applied. The location of 'No.96' is unknown with this cover likely transmitted to Egypt for forwarding.

£150.00
B.O.F.I.C. (MEF) - 1942 1d scarlet U/M B.O.F.I.C. (MEF) - 1942 1d scarlet U/M 'I/41, plate 48 stop' block of 18. SG M1.

1942 1d scarlet mint block of 18 in unmounted mint condition showing the 'I/41 plate 48 stop' control in left margin. These stamps are rare in controls and with margins attached. Unlisted with this control according to GBOS handbook. SG M1.

£225.00
B.O.F.I.C. (MEF) - 1943 stampless censored postcard to UK used at FPO 232.B.O.F.I.C. (MEF) - 1943 stampless censored postcard to UK used at FPO 232.

1943 (MR.2.) stampless use of coloured postcard addressed to UK marked 'Spr.Macnaughton- Western Desert' cancelled by FIELD POST OFFICE/232 cds with violet crested boxed RAF/ CENSOR/12 h/s below. Some edge creasing and with ST.FILLANS/PERTH arrival. A scarce early RAF censored item of this conflict in Libya.

£45.00
GAMBIA - 1904 underpaid postcard to France with GAMBIA - 1904 underpaid postcard to France with 'Postage Due' applied on arrival.

1904 (DE.28.) use of picture postcard addressed to France depicting 'Bathurst - River Side' bearing Edward VII 1d adhesive tied to the picture side by BATHURST/GAMBIA cds. Underpaid to France with French 30c 'Postage Due' applied to reverse side tied BORDEAUX/ GIRONDE and with sexagonal 'T/15' tax mark alongside.

£85.00
GAMBIA - 1926 underpaid postcard to Belgium with GAMBIA - 1926 underpaid postcard to Belgium with 'Postage Dues' applied on arrival.

1926 (AU.17.) use of picture postcard addressed to Belgium depicting 'The Gambia River -River Steamer' bearing two 1/2d 'Elephant and Palm' adhesives tied to the picture side by BATHURST/ GAMBIA cds's. Underpaid to Belgium with 5c and 30c 'Postage Dues' applied on arrival cancelled BRUSSEL/BRUXELLS and with postmans '296' strike in circle.

£85.00
GAMBIA - 1927 1 1/2d rate cover to UK used at BASSE/GAMBIA.GAMBIA - 1927 1 1/2d rate cover to UK used at BASSE/GAMBIA.

1927 (JU.9.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1/2d and 1d 'Elephant and Palm' adhesives tied by somewhat obscured s/r BASSE/GAMBIA cds's. Readable but part of the 'Basse' mark falling on the black head making it difficult to see.

£85.00
SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1944 3d SOUTHERN RHODESIA - 1944 3d 'Active Service' letter card sent from Fred Mine via FILABUSI.

1944 3d ultramarine 'Active Service' letter card addressed to a military address in the Middle East (crossed through and marked LEFT and returned). Cancelled by FILABUSI/S.RHODESIA cds and dated 10.JAN.46. Origin marked inside sent from 'Fred Mine'. A scarce genuine use with message. Fred Mine did not have a postal facility. H&G 4.

£150.00
BERMUDA - 1941 BERMUDA - 1941 'RELEASED BY PRIZE COURT' held Ecuador to Switzerland cover.

1941 (DIC.9.) opened out (on three sides) censored cover from Ecuador to Switzerland bearing a multitude of adhesives over the front and reverse sides tied QUITO. The cover transited New York where it was then re-directed to Bermuda due to the second world war restrictions of mail into a possibly 'enemy' territory. The cover was held in Bermuda for the duration of the war and received a strike of the two lined RELEASED BY/PRIZE COURT h/s in black. Little type CM28. Strikes are very rare and this is the only recorded detained mail emanating from Ecuador and addressed to Switzerland.

£285.00
MALTA - 1943 MALTA - 1943 'V - FREE DANES' patriotic label on registered censor cover to UK.

1943 (AP.17.) registered cover addressed to UK bearing 1/2d, 1d, 1 1/2d, 2d, 2 1/2d and 3d adhesives tied GPO/MALTA. Bears red, blue on white 'V' for Victory DENMARK-FREE DANES patriotic label at left tied at right side below the 1 1/2d stamp. OPENED BY EXAMINER label ar left edge with the front section having been removed on opening.

£55.00
BARBADOS - 1939 BARBADOS - 1939 'EAST COAST FLEET CRUISE' illustrated cover with receipt of sending.

1939 (MR.7.) illustrated 'East Coast Fleet Cruise' cover of 'USS Lexington' anchored at Bridgetown cover addressed locally and bearing 1/2d, 1d, 1 1/2d and 2d 1/2d adhesives tied by GPO BARBADOS/REGISTRATION cds. Complete with original registration receipt.

£45.00
BARBADOS - 1940 BARBADOS - 1940 'SPEND YOUR VACATION' red cross label on cover to USA used at ST.LAWRENCE S.O.

1940 (AP.9.) cover addressed to USA bearing the 2 1/2d adhesive alongside black and blue on white perforated SPEND YOUR VACATION IN/BARBADOS tourist label (depicts yacht) which has been struck by red 'Red Cross' emblem by ST.LAWRENCE S.O./BARBADOS cds struck in 'red' ink. The label has a pre-crease but this is a fine attractive cover and a very scarce cancelled use of this official label by a rare use of this St.Lawrence cds in red.

£120.00
BARBADOS - 1942 censored BARBADOS - 1942 censored 'SPEND YOUR VACATION' red cross label cover to UK.

1942 (MR.22.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1d pair tied by GPO/BARBADOS cds with scarce yellow and black 'Spend Your Vacation' official tourist label at left (diagonal crease) overprinted with red cross and partly below black on cream P.C.90/OPENED BY EXAMINER/ H/ censor label with manuscript '29' inserted.

£65.00
NORTHERN RHODESIA - 1934 5d rate NORTHERN RHODESIA - 1934 5d rate 'ROYAL TOUR H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE' cover to Johanesburg.

1934 (2.IV.) cover addressed to Johanesburg bearing 1d brown (x5) each tied by crested ROYAL TOUR H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE cancels. Handstamped by 'The White Train' cachet on reverse and with BROKEN HILL transit cds.

£65.00
MALTA - 1879 1d brown PSC of GB (H&G 7) addressed to Italy and struck MALTA - 1879 1d brown PSC of GB (H&G 7) addressed to Italy and struck 'A 25' in MALTA.

1879 1d brown on cream postal stationery postcard of GB (H&G 7) addressed to Italy and cancelled by 'A 25' duplex with MALTA cds alongside dated JU.3.81. A scarce early use of this stationery in Malta.

£95.00
BRITISH GUIANA - 1947 BRITISH GUIANA - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' red folder.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' red folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to $2 and 'Victory' pair adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£65.00
MONTSERRAT - 1947 MONTSERRAT - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' blue folder.

1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' UPU commemoration folder containing KGVI defins to 5/- plus Victory pair. Scarce item given only to UPU delegates.

£45.00
GIBRALTAR - 1947 GIBRALTAR - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' red folder.

1947 'Congres Postal Universel' red and gold official folder containing the KGVI definitive issues to 10/- and the Victory pair. All adhered as per usual.

£120.00
BRUNEI - 1947 BRUNEI - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' red folder.

1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' gold inlay on red official folder given to delegates attending the congress. Bears the KGVI definitives to $1 adhered at top inside.

£200.00
NORTH BORNEO - 1947 NORTH BORNEO - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' blue folder.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' blue folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to $5 and adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£150.00
BARBADOS - 1947 BARBADOS - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' red folder.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' red folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to 5/- and 'Victory' pair and adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£45.00
TONGA - 1947 TONGA - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' red folder.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' red folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to 5/- and adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£85.00
TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - 1947 TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' red folder.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' red folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to $1.20 and 'Victory' pair adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£45.00
BRITISH HONDURAS - 1947 BRITISH HONDURAS - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' folder in blue.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' blue folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to $2 and 'Victory' pair adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£65.00
BRITISH HONDURAS - 1947 BRITISH HONDURAS - 1947 'UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONGRESS-PARIS' folder in red.

1947 'CONGRES POSTAL UNIVERSAL PARIS' red folder containing the 1938 'KGVI' definitive series to $2 and 'Victory' pair adhered as usual. This folder was only available to the delegates attending the conference.

£65.00
SAMOA - 1914 £2 violet SAMOA - 1914 £2 violet 'Stamp Duty' adhesive fine mint.

1914 £2 violet 'Stamp Duty' adhesive of New Zealand in fine mint condition overprinted SAMOA in red. Uncatalogued by SG as they are doutful that it was used for postal purposes. (See SG footnote under SG 132). Very scarce.

£250.00
MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1936 1/- bistre-brown mint handstamped SPECIMEN.  SG 2s.MOROCCO AGENCIES - 1936 1/- bistre-brown mint handstamped SPECIMEN. SG 2s.

1936 1/- bistre-brown 'photograveur' adhesive in fine mint condition handstamped SPECIMEN. SG 72s.

£50.00
PAPUA - 1970 PAPUA - 1970 'DEFENCE FORCE/34/POSTAL CONCESSION' cover use to UK used at BOROKU.

1970 cover addressed to UK bearing 3c pair tied BOROKU/T.P. & N.G. and handstamped at left in violet DEFENCE FORCE/34/POSTAL CONCESSION. Used during the 1970 civilian riots.

£25.00
PAPUA - 1970 PAPUA - 1970 'DEFENCE FORCE/34/POSTAL CONCESSION' postcard use to UK used at GORUKA.

1970 (SEP.8.) postcard addressed to UK bearing 4c tied GORUKA/PAPUA & NEW GUINEA'. Handstamped at at left in violet DEFENCE FORCE/34/POSTAL CONCESSION. Used during the 1970 civilian riots.

£25.00
INDIA - 1939 INDIA - 1939 'OPENED BY CENSOR/24' censor label on cover to USA used at GOBICHETTIPALAYAM.

1939 (NO.20.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1an3a and 6a adhesives tied by GOBICHETTIPALAYAM cds with red on white crested OPENED BY CENSOR/24 label at left (stapled to front). Little type 8A2. The label struck by additional CENSOR h/s in violet. Censored at Karachi.

£75.00
INDIA - 1940 INDIA - 1940 'OPENED BY CENSOR/25' label on cover to USA used at ALLEPEVEY.

1940 (JAN.4.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2a,1a,8a and 1r adhesives on reverse side tied ALLEPEVEY and with rare red on cream crested OPENED BY CENSOR/25 label at right (Moreweiser type BA1) tied on the front by violet PASSED/CENSOR.KARACHI/25 strike.

£75.00
INDIA - 1939 INDIA - 1939 'PASSED BY CENSOR/19' stepped censor cover to USA used at CALCUTTA.

1939 (SEP.11.) commercial cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2a, 1a and 2a adhesives tied by CALCUTTA GPO cds's and with scarce violet 'stepped' type 19/PASSED/FOR/TRANSMISSION censor handstamp (Morenwiser type 4). Only known use over a ten day period.

£85.00
INDIA - 1939 INDIA - 1939 'PASSED BY CENSOR/17' stepped censor cover to USA used at BALASORE.

1939 (SEP.6.) cover addressed to USA bearing 9a pair and 1a pair adhesives tied by BALASORE cds and struck below by rare violet three stepped box type 17/PASSED/FOR/TRANSMISSION censor handstamp (Little type 4). A rare censor mark known for just a ten day period.

£85.00
RHODESIA AND NYASALAND - 1961 RHODESIA AND NYASALAND - 1961 'Postage Due' set of four first day cover used at KITWE.

1961 (APR.19.) first day cover addressed locally bearing the four 'Postage Due' adhesives (SG D1-D4) tied KITWE/N.RHODESIA.

£65.00
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