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GREAT BRITAIN STAMPS & POSTAL HISTORY continued...

LONDON NUMBERS IN MALTESE CROSS CANCELLATIONS continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2041   imageMIXED NUMBERS GROUP OF COVERS - inc. Apr. 1843 E to Blandford with 1d red tied by two crisp overstruck No. 2 MXs, Nov. 1843 EL tp York with 1d red tied by No. 6 MX, Jan. 1844 E to Clapham apparently missorted to the Inland Office with 1d red tied by two separated No. 9 MXs, Apr. 1844 to Carlisle with 1d red tied by No. 5 MX, 15 May 1844 (second last day of No. MX) E to Greenock with 1d red tied by No. 7 MX. Generally good strikes on mostly four margin stamps. (8) Cross Reference : LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, 1841 1d REDS (Image)

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Starting at £ 240

SOLD for £260.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2042   imageGROUP OF FOUR SUPERB CANCELS: Group of mostly 4 margined 1841 1d red imperfs. each with particularly fine strikes of numerals in MX, being 3, 6, 7 & 12. (4 stamps) (Image)

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Starting at £ 100

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2043   imageMIXED NUMBERS GROUP OF COVERS - inc. Jan. 1844 E with scarce number 4 on two margin 1d red (filing crease) to Staffs, Jan./May 1844 duo of Es with number 2 on two or four margin 1d red to Warwick or Selby, June 1843 part E to Ashford with number 6 tying three margin 1d red (damaged) then redirected to Aberystwith and charged '1d', etc. Generally poor strikes and/or stamps. (8) Cross Reference : 1841 1d REDS (Image)

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Starting at £ 95

SOLD for £100.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2044   imageNUMBER 3 ON COVER TO LANCS. - 31 May 1843 EL to Preston with fine four margin 1d red, JC plate 19, tied by fine No. 3 in MX. Attractive cover; SG £600. Cross Reference : 1841 1d REDS, LONDON POSTAL HISTORY (Image)

Starting at £ 80

SOLD for £170.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2045   image27 JUNE 1843 EL TO BEWDLEY bearing 4 margin 1841 1d red imperf DG tied by superb strike of numeral "8" in MX. (Image)

Starting at £ 65

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
SPOONS & SIDEWAYS DUPLEXES, ETC.
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2046   image1854-58 SPOON CANCEL GROUP - May 1857 EL to Mauritius charged '7' apparently unpaid? and with large part LIVERPOOL spoon erroneously struck at right, Oct. 1857 env. to Weymouth with 1d red cancelled by incomplete DUDLEY spoon, redirected to Crewkerne with another 1d red (possibly a combination use of C8 & C10 issues), plus BRISTOL, GLOUCESTER, WREXHAM and YORK spoons on 1d pinks and Leeds spoon on 1858 1d red env. (7) Cross Reference : OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, SPOONS & SIDEWAYS DUPLEXES, ETC., REDIRECTED AND TURNED MAIL, MAURITIUS (Image)

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Starting at £ 80

SOLD for £85.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
AIRMAILS
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2047   image1907 THE DAILY GRAPHIC BALLOON FLIGHT:12 Oct 1907 Daily Graphic "A Message from Mid-Air" PC to S Wales with written message "I have come from the/Sky hope you are/well. Would you like/to be up in the/"Mammoth"". Without adhesive dotted "MELLERUD" c.d.s., boxed "T." and "2D/I.C./S" h.s. The card was found in December by a local school teacher and sent to Wales with the message "Posted by Mr. Mursow, Mellerud, Sweden/Kind Regards". Fine. (Image)

Starting at £ 80

SOLD for £120.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2048   image1907 DAILY GRAPHIC BALLOON CARD:14 Oct. 1907 Daily Graphic "A Message from Mid-Air" PC (a little foxed) to Norwich with m/s message "You may like to have/a card posted in mid air/as a curiosity" without adhesives, boxed "T.", "2D/I.S./M2 h.s. and dotted "TOSSE" c.d.s. Note: the card was flown across the N Sea from Crystal Palace to Swede and then posted back. Also a b/w card of the balloon on the ground in Sweden. Cross Reference : SWEDEN (Image)

Starting at £ 50

SOLD for £55.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2049   image1909-10 EARLY AVIATION MEETING POSTCARDS AND A RARE PROGRAMME PLUS PRESS PASS: 18 Oct) 1909 PC from the unofficial Doncaster meeting (not approved by the Aero Club but believed to be England 1st meeting) to Norwich. 1909 (19, 20 & 21 Oct) cards posted during the 1st Blackpool meeting depicting aircraft and one posted the day prior to the meeting, messages inc. "This is the biplane we saw go up today", "I have had a fair time here seeing the Flying men " and "We have seen some splendid flying ". 10 Aug 1910 card card from Lanark to Wales "Here today seeing the flying. Wish some of them would take me up, I might be nearer heaven than I may ever get". 1910 (1st & 7th Aug.) PC (2) from the 2nd Blackpool meeting. Also 20th Aug 1910 Press ticket for Blackpool Flying Carnival. An official programme of the 1910 Lanark Meeting with some interesting advertisements and details of the meeting. (some cover faults but complete) The cards all depict aircraft in flight inc. five with pictures of pilots. A remarkable group. (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £400.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2050   imageA RARE "THE EMPIRE ILLUSTRATED" CARD - BLACKPOOL AVIATION WEEK:20 Aug 1910 "The Empire Illustrated" card with printed message from "The Manager" flown c 7 miles from Blackpool towards Southport by C. Grahame-White. The flight failed and the card was overprinted in red with an explanation , it was then posted in London on 26th Aug. 1910 from London to Dukinfield. . Fine. (Image)

Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £140.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2051   image1912 B.C.HUCKS "DAILY MAIL" CIRCUIT OF BRITAIN CARD: PPC (B.C.Hucks in cockpit of 70 H.P. Bleriot) with printed 2 line inscription in black "Carried by Mr. B. C. HUCKS,/on the "Daily Mail" aeroplane". Card was flown on a leg of the "Daily Mail" sponsored Circuit of Britain. Posted at Loughborough, the halfpenny green adhesive (with damage) tied by 24 Jul. 1912 c.d.s. One of possibly only two such cards recorded. (Image)

Starting at £ 200

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2052   image1912 DAILY MAIL WATERPLANE TOUR: PPC (Photo of the 70 H.P. Henry Farman Waterplane) flown by C. Grahame-White from Brighton to Eastbourne where it was posted. Halfpenny green cancelled by Eastbourne 3 Aug. 1912 c.d.s. Card is addressed to Hove and bears the relevant large, square violet cachet "CARRIED BY/DAILY MAIL/WATERPLANE....". Card has "F.J.FIELD" dealer's h.s. at lower edge. (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £110.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2053   image1912 "DAILY MAIL" CIRCUIT OF BRITAIN GUSTAV HAMEL FLOWN CARD: PPC (photo of W.H.Ewen and his 60 H.P. Caudron Bi-plane) flown by Gustav Hamel and having the relevant large, violet cachet "CARRIED BY/ G. Hamel/DAILY MAIL/AIRMAN". Card is addressed to Congleton and bears a halfpenny green adhesive cancelled by Middlesborough 29 Jul. 1912 c.d.s. The card was originally to have been flown by W.H. Ewen at a fair in Warrington, who had trouble with his plane whilst flying north. He was replaced by Hamel who carried mail on several flights to be posted at Middlesborough. Message on card reads "Dear Aunt Ellen. As you can see I am sending you this by aeroplane". Lot also includes an unused PPC showing Mr Hamel by his plane, and a Jun. 1914 PPC posted at Stoke with message re Longton Park fete, the sender stating "...the flying was very good. Saw him loop the loop & fly upside down." (3 cards) (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £110.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2054   imageRARE LYMPNE-HASTINGLEIGH MOTOR GLIDER FLIGHT: 13 Oct. 1923 cover carried on a motor assisted glider, pilot J.H. James, from Lympne to Hastingleigh. Cover, addressed to Guildford, was posted at Hastingleigh and bears the special grey vignette insc. "Carried by/MOTOR GLIDER/from/LYMPNE to HASTINGLEIGH". One of 123 letters carried and a rare survivor. (Image)

Starting at £ 48

SOLD for £140.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2055   image1930-61 THE LOCAL AIR SERVICES ETC:1930-61 The collection of envs. (20) and some vignettes inc. 16 May 1930 env. carried on the 1st London to Berlin night flight. 22 May 1933 and 17 July 1933 env. flown on the 1st GWR Birmingham to Cardiff to Plymouth service and later extension flight to Newton Abbot, both with GWR 3d adhesives. 26 Aug 1933 envs (2) with vignettes flown on the Western Air express service from London to Plymouth, one being pilot signed. Provisional Airways envs (2) flown on the 1st London to Plymouth and London to Southampton flights, both with 3d vignettes. Also imperf. proofs (2). 1 Feb 1935 env. West Coast Air service 1st flight env. from Liverpool to Isle of Man, pilot signed. 26 Oct 1935 env. from Newport to Barnstaple with 1/2d puffin and 2/2d bus label stamp. 1938 North Eastern Airways envs (2) with 1st flight vignettes flown from Newcastle to London and Perth to London. 1 June 1948 BEA env carried by helicopter on the 1st Peterborough to Great Yarmouth flight. 13 Mar 1951 BEA carried from Belfast to Manchester on the 1st night flight. A good lot. (Image)

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Starting at £ 200

SOLD for £280.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2056   image1934-35 PORTSMOUTH SOUTHSEA & ISLE OF WIGHT AVIATION LTD.:17 May 1934 env. carried on the 1st "Sunshine Air Express" from Portsmouth to Southsea with large tied vignette, signed by pilot C.R. Crow. A mint block of four of the vignette. 7 May 1937 env. with Jubilee 1st day of use 11/2d carried on the 1st Portsmouth to Shanklin flight with sepia vignette. signed by pilot W.J.Scott. A similar env with blue vignette flown on the 1st Shanklin to Portsmouth flight. Signed by pilot R Ellison. Also a complete exploded booklet containing five blocks of four of the small blue vignette. A block of four of the large blue vignette and another of the small sepia vignette. A good lot. (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 160

SOLD for £800.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2057   image1934 (AUG-NOV) - RAILWAY AIR SERVICES FLOWN ENVELOPES:The selection of special printed Railway Air Services envelopes (12) and plain examples (4) flown on 1st flights comprising 20 Aug 1934 Liverpool to Plymouth, London to Glasgow, Glasgow to London but only flown to Manchester thence by rail to London, Birmingham to Plymouth but posted at Eastbourne!, Plymouth to Cowes, Glasgow to Douglas & Cowes to Birmingham. 21 Aug 1934 Glasgow to London, Manchester to London, Birmingham to London Birmingham to Belfast and Cowes to Liverpool. Another dated 20 Aug 1934 but flown on 21st from Cowes via Birmingham to Glasgow and thence by Highland Airways to Kirkwall. 1 Nov 1934 last flight from London to Manchester. 1st Liverpool to Glasgow flight. Also 6 Feb 1946 env by Scottish Airways letter service from Stornoway to Glasgow and by Great Western & Southern Airlines to Scilly Islands. Mainly fine and bearing single 11/2d adhesives. (18 envs.) (Image)

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Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £260.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2058   image1934-39 - SCOTTISH FLIGHT BY VARIOUS COMPANIES:19/20 Feb 1934 envs.(4) flown by Midland & Scottish Air Ferries from Birmingham to London, Heston to Birmingham with "BR. INDUSTRIES FAIR,/B'HAM" c.d.s., Castle Bromwich to Liverpool and Speke to BIF. 29 May 1934 Highland Airways 1st Orkney to Aberdeen, Inverness to Orkney with printed vignette.1st Dec 1934 Inverness to Wick and Wick to Inverness. Plus another large illustrated env. with vignette from Inverness to Wick & Kirkwall. 22/23 Nov 1937 Aberdeen Airways 1st flight from Aberdeen to Shetlands one with vignette. Allied airways envs (2), from Shetland to Aberdeen and Aberdeen to Shetland, the former pilot signed. 2 May 1938 env flown on the 1st direct Glasgow to London flight with 1938 Empire Exhibition label. 31 July 1939 Scottish Airways env. carried .on the 1st Kirkwall to N. Ronaldsay flight with vignette on reverse. (15 envs) (Image)

Starting at £ 95

SOLD for £150.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
2059   image1937-45 CHANNEL ISLANDS FLIGHTS:1 June 1937 envs. (4) carried on the 1st Jersey Airway Ltd. flights from Jersey with various coloured cachets as used at Southampton (violet), London (green), Jersey (blue) and Newport (red). 7 May 1939 env. carried on the 1st Jersey Airways flight from Southampton to Guernsey. 22 May 1939 special env. Guernsey To England flight by Guernsey Airways. 8/10 Sept 1945 envs. (2) flown on the 1st post WWII from Southampton to Jersey and Guernsey to Jersey. (8 envs. (Image)

Starting at £ 65

SOLD for £70.00
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.
POSTAL MECHANISATION
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
2060   image1980s COMMERCIAL MAIL in four cartons. Mainly 1980s/90s stamped & metered mail incl. many examples of 'blue dot' binary coding mail. (Many 1,000s.) (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 65

CLOSED
Closing..Sep-09, 01:00 PM EST.

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