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GREAT BRITAIN POSTAL HISTORY continued...

British Sea Post Office/Southampton Single Ring Datestamps continued...
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
576 1907 Picture postcards to G.B or Europe franked 1d, all posted on Cunard liners, transferred to "White Star" or "American Line" ships where the stamps were cancelled by the Sea Post c.d.s, comprising code "2" (R.M.S "Teutonic") on a card from R.M.S "Lusitania", code "5" (R.M.S "Majestic") on a card from R.M.S "Carmania", code "6" (S.S "St. Paul") on a card from R.M.S "Mauretania", and code "8" (S.S "St. Louis") on a card from R.M.S "Lusitania", all fine. (4).

Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
577 image1907 Picture postcards with U.S stamps tied by the British Sea Post Office Southampton c.d.s, comprising code "4" (S.S "New York") tying two 1c stamps with a further c.d.s alongside, or code "6" (S.S "St. Paul) tying a 2c stamp, two very scarce uses of this British c.d.s on U.S stamps. (2). Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

Est. £200-240

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
578 image1907 (Dec 4) Picture postcard from Bristol to Hampshire franked ½d, with British Sea Post Office c.d.s code "7" and "INSUFFICIENTLY / ADDRESSED" cachet. Address partly (but neatly) drawn through, otherwise fine and rare. The only example of this "Insufficiently Addressed" cachet we have seen, clearly applied on the Sea Post, incorrectly used on a missent card, not recorded by Hosking. Photo on Page 84. (Image1)

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
579 1907-08 Postcards missent to the Sea Post Office comprising a card from USA to G.B incorrectly sent back to the USA with "MISSENT" alongside code "8" Sea Post c.d.s applied on S.S "St. Paul", and a card from Romania to Cape Colony with code "1" c.d.s applied on S.S "Philadelphia". (2).

Est. £140-160

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
580 image1908 (Mar 10) Egypt 4m postcard with Semiramis Hotel Cairo cancel, addressed to Germany, missent to R.M.S "Majestic" with a superb Sea Post Office code "2" c.d.s on the front, fine and unusual. Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
Transatlantic Post Office Single Ring Datestamps
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
581 1908-14 Picture postcards franked 1d to G.B or Europe (8) or the USA (2), cancelled by the c.d.s code "4" (3, R.M.S "Oceanic"), "5" (4, R.M.S "Olympic") or "8" (3, R.M.S "Adriatic"), all fine. (10).

Est. £200-240

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
582 1908-14 Picture postcards (7) and covers (2) to G.B or Europe (8) or USA, one card franked ½d, the others all franked 1d, cancelled by c.d.s code "4" (2, R.M.S "Oceanic"), "5" (4, R.M.S "Olympic", one with Plymouth transit c.d.s) or "8" (3, R.M.S "Adriatic", one with octagonal Cherbourg transit datestamp), all fine. (9).

Est. £200-240

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
583 1908-14 Picture postcards (6) and a cover to G.B (3) or USA (4), one card franked ½d with a 1d charge mark of Southampton, the others all franked 1d, cancelled by the c.d.s "4" (R.M.S "Oceanic"), "5" (2, R.M.S "Teutonic" or "Olympic"), "7" (R.M.S "Majestic"?), "8" (R.M.S "Adriatic") or "9" (2, R.M.S "Teutonic" or "Majestic"), a good group. (7).

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Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
584 1909-13 Picture postcards franked 1d to G.B, all posted on Cunard liners, transferred to "White Star" ships where the stamps were cancelled, posted on the "Campania" but cancelled by scarce c.d.s codes "3" (R.M.S "Oceanic") or "9" (R.M.S "Majestic"), or from the "Carmania" but cancelled by c.d.s code "5" on R.M.S "Teutonic". All superb and unusual. (3).

Est. £120-140

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
585 image1909 Picture postcard of Port Said (a used Turkey stamp on the picture side) written from Alexandrette to USA with a U.S 1c tied by the Transatlantic P.O c.d.s code "5", probably posted on R.M.S "Teutonic". A rare and unusual use of this c.d.s on a U.S stamp. Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
586 image1911 (Sep 6) Picture postcard from Paris to USA, posted on R.M.S "Majestic" at Cherbourg, a French 10c tied by the scarce Transatlantic P.O code "7" c.d.s, probably a unique use of this c.d.s on a French stamp. Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £140-160

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
587 1909-13 Picture postcards to England all only franked ½d and so charged 1d, with c.d.s code "5" (R.M.S "Olympic") + "U.S SEA P.O / T / 19", c.d.s code "6" + "U.S SEA P.O / T / 4", c.d.s code "7" (R.M.S "Majestic") + "S.P.O / T / 7" or c.d.s code "8" (R.M.S "Adriatic") + "U.S SEA P.O / T / 18", 1d charge marks of Southampton, London or Leeds, two with boxed "INSUFFICIENTLY PAID" of Southampton. (4).

Est. £220-260

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
588 1908-10 Picture postcards to England posted on R.M.S "Adriatic", both only franked ½d and charged 1d, with the c.d.s code "8" (year inverted on 1910 card) and "U.S SEA P.O / T 18", 1d charge marks of Southampton (with boxed "INSUFFICIENTLY PAID") or London, one a little creased. (2).

Est. £110-130

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
589 image1911-13 Registered covers (3) and a postcard from Europe to the USA all with Transatlantic P.O transit datestamps, comprising c.d.s code "4" (R.M.S "Oceanic") on postcard from Bavaria and cover from G.B, code "5" (R.M.S "Olympic") backstamp on cover from Norway, and scarce code "9" (R.M.S "Majestic") backstamp on cover from Russia. Also 1908 postcard from USA to England unusually with scarce c.d.s code "7" transit datestamp applied on R.M.S "Majestic". (5). Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £280-320

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
590 image1907-14 Picture postcards (2) and a cover all handstamped "MISSENT" alongside code "4" c.d.s (R.M.S "Oceanic") on cover from Transvaal to Germany, code "5" c.d.s (R.M.S "Olympic") on a card from Germany to G.B, and scarce code "9" c.d.s (R.M.S "Majestic") on a card from Russia to Germany, two also handstamped "MISSENT TO / NEW YORK". (3). Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
591 image1908-11 Picture postcards franked 1d to G.B, all posted on American Line ships, comprising c.d.s code "1" (S.S "New York") on a card written at Honolulu, c.d.s. code "6" (S.S "St. Paul") on a Costa Rica card, c.d.s code "9" (S.S "Philadelphia") with year date missing, and c.d.s code "11" (S.S "New York"). Four very scarce cancels, code "11" not recorded used by Roger Hosking when he published his book in 1979. (4). Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £180-220

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
592 1909-12 Picture postcards franked 1d to G.B, Europe or Australia, all posted on "Cunard" liners but transferred to American Line ships where the stamps were cancelled, four cards posted on the "Mauretania" cancelled with the Transatlantic P.O c.d.s code "1" (S.S "New York"), "2" (S.S "Philadelphia"), "3" (S.S "St. Louis") or "6" (S.S "St. Paul"), another card from the "Lusitania" cancelled by the code "6" c.d.s with a New York Paquebot c.d.s alongside the stamp. A good lot, all scarce datestamps. (5).

Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
593 1908-14 Picture postcards franked 1d to G.B or France, all posted on "Cunard" liners but transferred to American Line ships where the stamps were cancelled, comprising cards from the "Mauretania" cancelled with the Transatlantic P.O c.d.s code "1" (S.S "New York") or "2" (S.S "Philadelphia"), from the "Lusitania" with c.d.s code "6" (S.S "St. Paul") or from the "Lucania" with c.d.s code "10" (S.S "New York"), also a card from the "Celtic" (which had no Sea P.O aboard) cancelled by c.d.s code "3" (S.S "St. Louis"). Fine and scarce datestamps, code "10" not recorded used by Roger Hosking when he published his book in 1979. (5).

Est. £220-260

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
594 image1912 Cover from New York to Greece posted on S.S "St. Paul" franked U.S 2c, incorrectly cancelled with the "TRANSATLANTIC POST OFFICE / 6" c.d.s (Oct 19) then again cancelled by the correct "UNITED STATES / SEA P.O / 4" duplex (Oct 26). A remarkable use of both British and U.S cancels applied on the same voyage, almost certainly unique. Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
595 image1908 Picture postcards from France to G.B or Russia to Germany both missent to S.S "Philadelphia" with the Transatlantic P.O c.d.s code "2 applied, one handstamped "MISSENT", the other handstamped "MISSENT TO / U.S SEA P.O No 35", a scarce pair. (2). Photo on Page 86. (Image1)

Est. £200-240

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
596 image1908-11 Picture postcards from Germany to Jersey (stamp removed from picture side) handstamped "MISSENT" alongside the Transatlantic P.O c.d.s code 3 (S.S "St. Louis", two strikes), or from Italy (5c stamp on picture side) to G.B with "MISSENT" handstamp alongside code "6" c.d.s (S.S "St. Paul"). Also a 1912 registered cover from Budapest to USA (5f + 10f + 50f stamps on reverse) with code "2" backstamp applied on S.S "Philadelphia". Three scarce c.d.s uses from American ships. (3). Photo on Page 90. (Image1)

Est. £180-220

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
597 1912-13 Picture postcards from Italy to G.B, one posted on S.S "Orvieto" and landed as paquebot mail at Taranto franked G.B 1d with "PIROSCAFO" handstamp, both handstamped "MISSENT" alongside the Transatlantic P.O c.d.s code "3" (S.S "St. Louis") or code "6" (S.S "St. Paul"?), the first also handstamped "MISSENT TO / NEW YORK", a scarce pair. (2).

Est. £150-180

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
United States / Sea P.O Duplex Datestamps
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
598 1897-1904 Covers (5) and picture postcards (5) posted on the U.S Sea Post service to Britain, with duplex cancels code "2" (3, S.S "Paris" / "Philadelphia"), "3" (5, "St. Louis") or "4" (2, "St. Paul"). Also 1915-16 postcards (2) and a cover sent after the British involvement in the service had ceased, with slightly larger duplex cancels numbered "2" ("St. Louis") or "4" (2 "St. Paul"). (13).

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
599 1905-14 Picture postcards (15) and a cover with U.S stamps, cancelled on American ships with the U.S Sea Post duplexs, numbers "1" (S.S "New York"), "2" (6, S.S "Philadelphia"), "3" (8, S.S "St. Louis" or "Philadelphia"), also a card with unclear number posted on R.M.S "Adriatic". (16).

Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Closing..Oct-13, 11:59 PM EST.
600 image1905 (Mar 8) Picture postcard posted on S.S "Baltic", franked 1d to USA, transferred to the "Cedric" and cancelled by the United States Sea P.O duplex code "8". A very scarce cancel on a G.B stamp. Photo on Page 90. (Image1)

Est. £100-120

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

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