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GREAT BRITAIN POSTAL HISTORY continued...

Mobile Boxes and Boite Mobiles continued...
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
551 St. Malo. 1881-1925 Covers (3) and picture postcards (3), comprising 1881 cover franked 2½d plate 23 and 1894 cover franked 1887 2½d cancelled by differing St. Malo datestamps with the "ANG. B.M / ST. MALO" c.d.s alongside in red or black; 1905-06 postcards from Jersey with KEVII ½d or 1d tied by St. Malo c.d.s with large "ANG. B.M / SAINT-MALO" c.d.s alongside; 1908 postcard with KEVII 1d cancelled at St. Malo, unusually without any B.M c.d.s applied; and 1925 cover with KGV 2½d cancelled by the "ANG. B.M / SAINT-MALO" c.d.s, a St. Malo c.d.s alongside. (6).

Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
Other Cross-Channel Mail
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552 1911-13 Picture postcards of S.S "Grive", which ran a weekly service from London to Bordeaux via Southampton, all three cards written on the ship, the first prior to departure from London and posted in London franked ½d, the second written from the Bay of Biscay with France 5c pair cancelled at Bordeaux Bourse, the final card written shortly after departure from Bordeaux and landed by pilot boat at Le Vendon (at the mouth of the Gironde) with France 5c pair cancelled by Le Vendon a Bordeaux T.P.O, unusual. (3)

Est. £70-80

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
553 Binic / Carteret. 1906-07 Picture postcards from Guernsey (2) with KEVII 1d cancelled at Binic, handstamped oval framed BM" and manuscript "Paquebot", one with the address unfortunately deleted, the other card (with stamp on the picture side) fine and scarce; and 1905-08 picture postcards from Jersey (2) with KEVII ½d or 1d cancelled at Carteret, both handstamped "PAQUEBOT". (4).

Est. £120-150

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
554 Binic / St Malo. 1904 Jersey postcard with KEVII ½d cancelled at St. Malo and "ANG. B.M / ST. MALO" c.d.s alongside, and 1906 Guernsey postcard with KEVII 1d cancelled at Binic and manuscript "Paquebot", a scarce route. (2).

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
Transatlantic Mail
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555 Liverpool. 1841-58 Entire letters and covers from the USA to G.B sent by British packet to Liverpool, all with the packet postage unpaid with various "1/-" charge marks in black applied at Liverpool, the interesting and detailed study of these charge marks with five differing types and various sub-types, the Cunard or Collins Line steamers all identified, well written up on pages. (16).

Est. £240-280

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
556 1851-57 Stampless letters from Liverpool (2) or Belfast to New York, posted unpaid, carried by British Packets from Liverpool, a double rate letter with "38 / CENTS" accountancy mark and "48" charge, two quadruple rate letters both with "76 / CENTS" accountancy marks and "96" charges, unusual. (3).

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
557 1855 (Oct 19) Quadruple rate entire letter from Liverpool to the USA sent on the Collins Line "Baltic", four embossed 1/- stamps (all cut to shape) each cancelled by Liverpool 466 spoons, with scarce red "84 / CENTS" accountancy handstamp (due from the British to U.S Post Office). This 84 Cents mark was the highest rate Cents accountancy mark issued to the Liverpool Post Office.

Est. £120-150

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
558 1855-67 Packet letters to the USA all franked at the 1/- rate, bearing embossed 1/- (cut square, touched on all sides), three 1855-57 4d stamps (2 covers), 1855-57 1/-, 1862-64 1/- (2 covers) or 1865-67 1/-, seven covers carried by British Cunard ships with "5 / CENTS" accountancy marks (one forwarded within the USA charged 3c), two covers carried on the American ships "St. Louis" or "City of Washington" with "21 / CENTS" accountancy marks. (9).

Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
559 1868-94 Entire letters and covers to the USA franked 1/-, 6d (7), 3d (9) or 2½d (4) all carried by Cunard or Inman Line steamers, one 1873 cover from France with Paris and London forwarding agents cachets, also a 1912 registered cover franked KEVII 3d. (22).

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
560 1898-1914 Covers and cards including cards written on "Cunard", "White Star" or American Line steamer with Paquebot cancels of New York (3), Queenstown (8), Liverpool (3) or Dublin & Queenstown T.P.O (2), or posted ashore at Queenstown (2), Plymouth, Southampton (3) or New York (3); American Line advertising envelopes (2, one with Queenstown Paquebot) and G.B official postcards (2, one with KGV ½d perfined "A.L"); 1897 U.S.M.S "St. Paul" envelope with enclosed letter written shortly after leaving Southampton and given to the pilot, a 1d lilac cancelled at Totland Bay; 1905 cover from New York to London inscribed "per S.S Celtic" with violet "NO MAIL SENT / ON STEAMER NAMED / (N.Y.P.O FOR. STA.)", etc. (33).

Est. £180-200

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
561 image1906 Picture postcard of Bermuda, to England with KEVII 1d tied by the rare Plymouth c.d.s code "1" (Sep 8), possibly applied on the S.S "Philadelphia". Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
562 image1906 Picture postcard of the U.S Steamer "Philadelphia", to England, a U.S 2c (faults) tied by the rare Plymouth c.d.s code "2" (Feb 3). An exceptional use of this c.d.s on a U.S stamp, probably unique as such. Minor creasing, otherwise fine, ex Roger Hosking collection (sold in 2014 for £400). Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

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Est. £350-400

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
563 image1906 (Mar 25) Registered cover from India to USA, KEVII ½a + 2a on the front and 2a pair on reverse all cancelled at Agra City, backstamped Sea Post Office, New York and with the rare Plymouth c.d.s code "2" (Apr 7), probably used on the S.S "St. Paul", ex Roger Hosking collection. Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

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Est. £180-200

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
564 image1907 (May 23) Germany 2pf + 3pf postal stationery postcard uprated with a 5pf stamp all cancelled on the Coln-Frankfurt T.P.O, to England but handstamped "MISSENT TO / U.S SEA P.O No. 1" with the rare Plymouth c.d.s code "3" applied on the S.S "New York", Oldham arrival c.d.s (June 1). Central vertical fold, otherwise fine and unusual, superb quality handstamps. Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

Est. £300-350

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
565 image1906 (Apr 18) Registered cover from Budapest to Cuba bearing 2f + 12f block of four, three labels on the reverse, backstamped with the rare Plymouth c.d.s code "4" applied on S.S "St. Louis", New York and Havana datestamps. Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

Est. £200-240

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
British Sea Post Office Liverpool Double Ring Datestamps.
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566 1905-06 Picture postcards, three posted on ships in U.K waters shortly after leaving Liverpool and offloaded in Ireland with a Queenstown transit c.d.s, franked at the ½d inland rate (2, code "2" c.d.s of R.M.S "Oceanic", or unclear code, written on R.M.S "Baltic") or 1d rate (code "4" c.d.s of R.M.S "Cedric"). Also a card written on R.M.S "Majestic" off Sandy Hook with KEVII ½d tied by code "7" c.d.s, a 1d charge mark applied in Bristol. (4).

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
567 1906 Silk postcards of S.S "Celtic" (depicting the ship, or "Hands Across the Sea") both transferred to R.M.S "Majestic" where they were cancelled by the Sea Post c.d.s code "7" (June 6), one franked 1d, the other without any message therefore franked ½d. Two fine cards and cancels. (2).

Est. £140-160

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
568 1905-06 Picture postcards franked 1d cancelled by the Sea Post Office c.d.s code "2" (on a postcard of R.M.S "Oceanic") or "7", both fine. (2).

Est. £80-100

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
569 1906-07 Picture postcards written on the Cunard liner "Carmania" (2) both transferred to R.M.S "Teutonic" and cancelled by the Sea Post Office code "4" c.d.s (franked KEVII ½d pair or 1d), or written on the Cunard liner "Caronia" (2) transferred to R.M.S "Majestic" and cancelled by the Sea Post Office code "7" c.d.s, both franked 1d. (4).

Est. £180-220

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
570 1906 Japanese patriotic lettersheet which contains a picture of a stork and various flags on a string, and a picture postcard of Kobe, both to England with a KEVII 1d cancelled on R.M.S "Teutonic" by the Sea Post Office c.d.s code "4" (Apr 4), unusual. (2).

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
571 1906-07 Picture postcards to USA (2) or G.B all franked KEVII ½d pair cancelled by Sea Post c.d.s code "4" (R.M.S "Teutonic"), "6" (R.M.S "Baltic") or "7" (R.M.S "Majestic"). (3).

Est. £120-150

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
572 1905-06 Picture postcards franked KEVII 1d to USA (2) or G.B (3) cancelled by the Sea Post c.d.s code "4" (2, R.M.S "Teutonic"), "6" (2, R.M.S "Cedric" or "Baltic") or "7" (R.M.S "Majestic"). (5).

Est. £200-240

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
573 image1905-06 Registered covers from USA to G.B with Sea Post code "2" backstamp (R.M.S "Oceanic") or from G.B to USA with Sea Post code "7" backstamp (R.M.S "Majestic"), and a picture postcard from Italy to G.B handstamped "MISSENT" alongside the Sea Post c.d.s code "2" applied on R.M.S "Oceanic". Three unusual uses of these Sea Post Office datestamps. (3). Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

Est. £180-200

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
British Sea Post Office/Southampton Single Ring Datestamps
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574 1907-08 Picture postcards (5) and a cover to USA or G.B (5), all with the Southampton Sea Post Office datestamps comprising code "2" (R.M.S "Majestic") on a 1908 (Apr 15) cover only franked 1d but not charged, code "3" (R.M.S "Adriatic", first sailing to Southampton) on a silk postcard of the ship franked 1d, code 5" (2, used on R.M.S "Majestic" or R.M.S "Teutonic") both franked by two KEVII ½d stamps (one with Cherbourg transit c.d.s), and code "7" (2, R.M.S "Oceanic") both on cards only franked ½d. A good group. (6).

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Est. £300-350

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
575 1907-08 Picture postcards franked 1d to G.B (4) or USA (3), tied by the Southampton Sea Post Office c.d.s code "2" (2, R.M.S "Teutonic"), "3" (4, R.M.S "Adriatic") or "7" (R.M.S "Oceanic"), all fine. (7).

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.

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