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GREAT BRITAIN STAMPS & POSTAL HISTORY continued...

ISLE OF MAN POSTAL HISTORY continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1504   imageFINE EARLY "ISLE OF MAN" MARK ON COVER FROM RAMSEY: (22 May) 1809 E with enclosed four-sided letter (ref draft of £20 & commenting on how '...the Manx gentry but seldom reach an advanced age!' ) ex Ramsey to Lady Delaval, Ford Castle, Northumberland with ms '6' & '1/10' charge marks both cancelled in pen and replaced with '2/2'. Reverse with fine s/l "ISLE OF MAN" h.s (IM4) (torn through on opening but missing the letters so hardly detracts). (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 80

Currently...£85.00
Selling...USD 110.87
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1505   imageSTRAIGHT-LINE HANDSTAMPS GROUP; Range with June 1820 EL to London with s/l "ISLE OF MAN" (Whitney type 6) on rear, Nov. 1822 EL (endorsed 'Earl Strange' and illegally claiming privledge) to London and Sep. 1829 front to Saxmundham both sent free with s/l "ISLE OF MAN" (Whitney type 8) on rear and latter endorsed 'Isle of Man', Nov. 1823 EL to Scotland with "ISLE OF MAN" (Whitney type 9) on rear, Nov. 1824 EL to Lichfield rated '1/4'(d) with s/l "ISLE OF MAN" (Whitney type 8) on rear, Mar. 1826 EL to Edinburgh rated '1/5'(d) with "ISLE OF MAN" (Whitney type 10) on rear and Dec. 1828 EL to Lichfield rated '1/2'(d) with rough-lettering "ISLE OF MAN" (Whitney type 12) h.s. on rear. (6 covers + 1 front) Cross Reference: SCOTLAND, FREE MAIL (Image) Starting at £ 130

Currently...£140.00
Selling...USD 182.62
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1506   imageMARY McINTYRE CORRESPONDENCE; Small group with May 1826 and May 1827 EL to Douglas ex Glasgow and rated '1/5½'(d) with framed "PAID/AT/GLASGOW" h.s. on front or with Glasgow cds on rear, rated '1/5'(d) with Scottish wheel tax h.s. on front and another dated '1827' and apparently carried privately and without markings plus June 1827, Aug. 1827, Aug. 1828 all to the same addressee but in Glasgow with each datelined at Douglas but without markings and carried privately. (6 covers) Cross Reference: SCOTLAND (Image) Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Selling...USD 91.31
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1507   imageDOUBLE-ARC UDC GROUP; Small range with July 1832 EL to Lancashire rated '1/-', Sep. 1832 EL to Margate rated '1/6'(d), Dec. 1832 EL (contents ref. cholera) to Grantham without rate markings; presumably free to an MP, Dec. 1834 EL to Aberdeen rated '1/7'(d), c1835 mourning EL to Worcester rated '1/4'(d) and Dec. 1837 EL to London rated '1/5'(d) all with "ISLE OF MAN" double arc UDC in Black on reverse plus a Jan. 1833 EL to Margate datelined at Douglas and posted in Liverpool. (7 covers) Cross Reference: FREE MAIL (Image) Starting at £ 80

Currently...£85.00
Selling...USD 110.87
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1508   imageVERY SCARCE PENNY POST HANDSTAMP; Dec. 1838 EL (rear tears) to London endorsed 'P 1/6'(d) and 'postpaid' with framed "Ramsey/Isle of man" h.s. on front and fine "Isle of Man/Penny Post" h.s. with a London Paid mark on front. Very uncommon combination of these IOM marks. Cross Reference: PENNY POST MARKS (Image) Starting at £ 100

Currently...£110.00
Selling...USD 143.48
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1509   imageDOUBLE-ARC DATESTAMPS GROUP; Small range with July 1839 EL (ref. to a 9 hour journey from Liverpool to Douglas) to Chester rated '11'(d), 10 Mar. 1844 reduced E to London rated 'P1' on front, 12 Oct. 1844 EL to Whitehaven rated '1' in m.s. on front, 1 Mar. 1845 EL to Lancaster rated 'P1' on front and framed "Ramsey/Isle of Man" h.s. on rear, and a Jan. 1846 EL to Douglas endorsed 'haste' with "Shadwell" h.s. on front and London cds on rear and endorsed 'P not Paid' on front and rated '2'(d) on front. All with "ISLE-OF-MAN" double-arc cds on front or rear. (5 covers) (Image) Starting at £ 100

Currently...£110.00
Selling...USD 143.48
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1510   imageMAIL TO FRANCE AT DIFFERENT RATES; Trio with 22 May 1840 EL to Paris pre-paid '10'(d) with "ISLE-OF-MAN" double arc cds on front and rear and London, Paris and Calais d.s. on front or rear, 13 May 1845 EL to Cognac pre-paid '1/3'(d) double rate with "ISLE-OF-MAN" double-arc cds on front and 7 Apr. 1840 EL to Cognac datelined at Douglas and posted in London were pre-paid '10'(d). Good trio. (3 covers) Cross Reference: OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, FRANCE (Image) Starting at £ 85

Currently...£90.00
Selling...USD 117.40
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1511   imageVERY SCARCE HANDSTRUCK NUMERAL; 25 June 1840 E to Liverpool endorsed 'Paid' at lower right and with near v.fine "P1" (Whitney type 20) in Red h.s. on front. Rear with Isle of Man double-arc d.s. and Liverpool arrival d.s. (Image) Starting at £ 100

Currently...£110.00
Selling...USD 143.48
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1512   imageDOUGLAS DOUBLE-ARC DATESTAMP; Small group with Feb. 1840 EL to Kingsbridge endorsed 'p1' on front and with "DOUGLAS/ISLE-OF-MAN" (Whitney type 28) d.s. on rear plus a selection of other double-arc types on 1848/49 E/EL to France, Nov. 1848 env. to Ireland rated '1' with Dublin transit d.s. and Green "TARDRAGEE" d.s. on rear, Apr. 1850 reduced E to Edinburgh with Liverpool transit d.s. on rear and a May 1850 reduced front and part back to Castletown ex London with Douglas transit d.s. (6 items) (Image) Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Selling...USD 91.31
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1513   imageEARLY SHIP LETTER TO N.AMERICA; 10 Jan. 1843 EL (few peripheral faults) to NY possibly sent on paid and returned for postage as endorsed 'Pd 8d by Ship' on address panel and rear with two "ISLE-OF-MAN" double-arc d.s. (ten days apart), framed "Ramsey/Isle of Man" h.s. and two Liverpool d.s. The front has two partial "NEW-YORK/SHIP" d.s. on front and an unusual script type "DH" h.s. in Blue. Intriguing transatlantic mail. Cross Reference: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, TRANSATLANTIC MAIL (Image) Starting at £ 100

Currently...£110.00
Selling...USD 143.48
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1514   imageUNPAID MAIL TO LOMBARDY-VENETIA; 3 May 1845 EL (tears & mild stains) to Milan endorsed 'prepaid' but overscored and apparently sent unpaid via France and charged m.s. '52' centesimi on front, front with "ISLE OF MAN" double-arc d.s. and French transit d.s. and rear with London and Milan d.s. Very scare destination for IOM mail. Cross Reference: OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS (Image) Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Selling...USD 91.31
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1515   imageWWII PAIR OF GOVERNMENT CIRCULARS (REGARDING INTERNMENT CAMP FUEL SUPPLIES & CHRISTMAS POSTS): Government Circulars No. 3097 (23 Sept. 1942) regarding "ISLE OF MAN INTERNMENT CAMPS./FUEL SUPPLIES" and No. 3750 (21 Nov. 1944) regarding "Postage of Christmas and New Year Greetings Cards and/Calendars to Northern Ireland and Eire." Both with very minor tone spotting top left edge otherwise fine. An interesting pair. (2) Cross Reference: EPHEMERA, CHRISTMAS/RELIGIOUS FESTIVALS, MILITARY - WWII (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 100

Currently...£110.00
Selling...USD 143.48
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1516   imageCASTLETOWN - 1843-70s GROUP OF MAIL INC. SCARCE UDC - 1843/45/47 trio to York or Douglas (2) with imperf 1d reds and F-rated (Jay IM22) "CASTLETOWN-ISLE-OF-MAN" udc on the backs in black; plus 1849/50 group (4) all to Douglas with the same udc in blue (H-rated). Plus 1851-70s group inc. inwards with various Castletown cds or duplex marks. (28) (Image) Starting at £ 160

Currently...£170.00
Selling...USD 221.75
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1517   imageDOUGLAS - 1844-70s GROUP OF MAIL INC. INWARDS - inc. June 1844 EL to London with 1d red imperf pair tied by 407 numerals (new EKU: Parmenter currently records 2 Oct.), 1853 1d pink to Loughborough uprated with 1d red imperf and with red boxed "MIS-SENT/TO/YORK" alongside, and 1859 env. to Ireland with DOUGLAS, LIVERPOOL, MALLOW, DUBLIN & KANTURK cds on the back; and 1859 trio of envs. inc. to Limerick with 1857 1d reds each tied by rare IOM s/ways duplex (Parmenter 'G' £120 each). The inwards mail inc. 1845 env. from WANTAGE with double ring "MORE/TO/PAY" and ms "2" and 1846 E from Ireland with 1d red imperf pair tied by 232 numerals of Galway and boxed "LATE/MAIL" alongside. (c60) Cross Reference: LATE FEE/TOO LATE MAIL, MISSENT MAIL (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 200

Currently...£220.00
Selling...USD 286.97
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1518   imageDOUGLAS - RARE IOM SIDEWAYS DUPLEX CANCELLING 1d RED PAIR - 26 Mar. 1859 legal env. (creased) to Kirk Michael franked with 1857 1d red pair tied by two very fine/good strikes of the rare "ISLE-OF-MAN" sideways (Parmenter 'G £120++') with what appears to be an (unrecorded) inverted code "B"; RAMSEY transit cds on the back. Rare, especially on a pair. Cross Reference: SPOONS & SIDEWAYS DUPLEXES, ETC. (Image) Starting at £ 95

Currently...£100.00
Selling...USD 130.44
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1519   imageDOUGLAS CAMP - WWI POW CENSORED RANGE INC. REGD. - undated POW env. to Berlin with red "POST FREE/P.C." cachet, and 1915-18 trio of POW stamped envs. to London inc. regd. with KGV 1d red (3), all four items with purple or red oval "ALIENS' DETENTION CAMP/DOUGLAS, I.O.M.". Incoming PC from Munster and 1918 censored env. from Leipzig returned to Germany. Also 1915 Xmas PPC to Germany with double-ring "PRISONERS OF WAR/P.C./ALEXANDRA PALACE" cachet. (9) Cross Reference: MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) Starting at £ 110

Currently...£120.00
Selling...USD 156.53
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1520   imageDOUGLAS - WWII CAMPS - inc. ex Headquarters trio with red circular "OFFICIAL PAID"; Onchan camp group (5) inc. 1940 Internee letter sheet to London with LIVERPOOL machine cancel, 1942 env. to Bournemouth with boxed "WOMEN'S/INTERNMENT CAMP" d.s. and red "SPECIAL PERMISSION" octagonal and 1943 Internee letter sheet to Lancs. with purple oval "O. CAMP POST OFFICE/ONCHAN, I.O.M." d.s.; Palace camp 1941 env. to London plus two fronts. (14 items) Cross Reference: MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) Starting at £ 160

Currently...£170.00
Selling...USD 221.75
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1521   imageMOSTLY KGV/KGVI MIXTURE OF MAIL - inc. 1914 advert. env. with 1d red Morocco Agencies optd. used to Brighton and not taxed, 1936 env. from Hull returned from Kirk Michael with ½d green postage due stamp, 1941 5½d brown reg. env. with ½d green & 1/- bistre used to FPO in the 'Middle East'; group of KGVI FDCs inc. 1948 Olympics and 1949 UPU sets in blocks of six (3, all control blocks) or four on large A4+ size regd. envs. (c70 items) Cross Reference: ADVERTISING COVERS, FIRST DAY/SPECIAL EVENT COVERS, MOROCCO AGENCIES, POSTAGE DUE MARKS (Image) Starting at £ 80

Currently...£85.00
Selling...USD 110.87
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1522   imageWWII INTERNEE CAMP ETC. INC. INCOMING, CENSORED MAIL & "ONCHAN PIONEER" NEWSPAPER - 1940 env. to USA endorsed 'Rushen Camp' with 2½d blue stamp tied by "POST ERIN" cds, 1944 env. to Peveril camp from Germany with part "METROPOLITAN POLICE" oval; 1940 pair of ELs to Berkhamsted with "MOORAGH INTERMENT CAMP" or boxed "MOORAGH CAMP." on the front; trio of non-internee mail inc. POW air letter to British prisoner in Germany; incoming IOM mail (3) inc. env. ex Burma and 1941 env. ex USA to Onchan camp then redirected to London. Plus two very scarce issues of "The Onchan Pioneer" (Nos. 19 & 25 for 5 & 16 Feb. 1941 inc. "The Onchan Camp Youth" Nos. 7 & 13 of the same dates). (12 items) Cross Reference: MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) Starting at £ 120

Currently...£130.00
Selling...USD 169.57
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.
1523   imageREGD., P.STAT, BOOKLETS, FDC's, etc.: A box containing the 1958 onwards collection of mint & used regd. p.stat. envs inc. FDCs, mint & cto used stamp booklets, FDCs (mostly with complete sets of plate and/or imprint blocks), etc. inc. (18 Aug.) 1958 "FIRST MANX POSTAGE STAMP" printed env. franked 3d (lower marginal block of six) tied "JURBY R.A.F.P.O./RAMSEY ISLE OF WIGHT" cds's & regd "R.A.F. P.O., JURBY" - reportedly only 11 covers known and scarce thus, (4 July) 1973 trio of 2½p p.stat card & p.stat env & 3p p.stat env. all cancelled on last day of usage of GB p.stat., etc. An interesting assortment. (qty) Cross Reference: REGISTERED MAIL, FIRST DAY COVERS, POSTAL STATIONERY, BOOKLETS (Image) Starting at £ 80

Currently...£190.00
Selling...USD 247.84
Closing..Mar-10, 01:00 AM EST.

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