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Great Britain Postal History continued...

POST OFFICE ACTS/NOTICES continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1502   imageOFFICIAL "POST OFFICE CIRCULARS", ETC.: A large flat packet containing 11 disbound issues of the 'POST OFFICE CIRCULAR' from July 9 to Sept. 17 1895; an 1890 'POST OFFICE CONVERSAZIONE' programme (outer pages foxed); a 1744 'London Gazette' with a notice re-'"Post Chaisses between London and Portsmouth"; an 1801 'London Chronicle' with an article re-theft from a Post Boy; a page from an 1825 edition of the 'Brighton Gazette' with advertisements of Stage Coaches (some illustrated); a copy of 'The Times' from 1862; and an extract from 'The Illustrated London News' from 1863 with a front page article about the pneumatic railway. An interesting lot. (Image)

Starting at £ 26

Currently...£28.00
Currently...USD 31.92
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
REGISTERED MAIL
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1503   image1843-1900 LANCASTER GROUP INC. 9oz COVER - inc. Dec. 1843 EL to WELLINGTON-SOMERSET (cds on the top flap, LANCASTER mileage erased in red on the front plus cds in blue across the flap) with two margin 1d red and reg. fee '1/-' paid cash; 1844 large E to Kendal paid '2/6' cash for 9oz postage and 1/- reg. fee, scarce; 1846 reg. receipt for mail to Mildenhall; 1858 E to Greenock with C10 1d red plus 6d lilac for the reg. fee tied v rare 436 3HOS; and later mostly 1d lilac frankings. (8)Cross Reference: LANCASHIRE (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 150

Currently...£150.00
Currently...USD 171.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1504   image1854/56 PAIR OF INLAND COVERS, INC. EX IRELAND - June 1854 EL to London with 6d embossed (two good margins) and C1 1d red (small faults) each tied Irish numeral, CORK and London cds on the back; and June 1856 EL to Plymouth with 6d embossed (three margins, two of which are enormous) and C8 1d reds (4, one damaged) paying 2oz postage plus reg. fee, "NEWPORT-MON" and PLYMOUTH cds on the back. (2)Cross Reference: IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY, MONMOUTHSHIRE (Image)

Starting at £ 85

Currently...£90.00
Currently...USD 102.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1505   image1855 REGISTERED LETTER RECEIPT: Oct. 1855 receipt for a Registered Letter sent From Edinburgh to Hawick, with a boxed "Edinburgh/4 OC 1855" office stamp and a red Mae West "TOO LATE" mark, both good clean strikes. Scarce.Cross Reference: SCOTLAND, MIDLOTHIAN, TOO LATE MARKS (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£80.00
Currently...USD 91.20
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1506   imageQV FRANKED MAIL; Range with 1885 env. to Queensland franked 1/- Green block of six, 5d & 3d tied by "REGISTERED/W.C.D.O." cds, 1892 size H reg. env. to Belgium franked 6d strip of three, 4d, 2d & ½d (2) to inc. 2d fee for £10 compensation 1894 mourning env. to Berne franked QV 4½d tied by Ongar cds and with oval "REGISTERED/WCDO" ds on front, 1902 size H 2d reg. env. to Berlin ex London franked 1/-, 5d & ½d (Huth perfins) and other related examples. (8 covers) Cross Reference: 1883-84 LILAC & GREEN ISSUE, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, PERFINS, POSTAL STATIONERY, QV (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 148.20
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
RETURNED MAIL
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1507   imageUNDELIVERABLE MAIL INSTRUCTIONAL MARKS; 20th Century range on annotated leaves inc. 1907 env. to Camborne franked KEVII 1d with framed "Undelivered for reason stated......" hs and endorsed 'Unknown' at top, 1943 reused env. with OHMS economy label pasted on the front, addressed to Peterborough with framed "Gone Away/617" and "UNDELIVERED FOR REASON STATED/RETURN TO SENDER" hs on front and endorsed 'House Demolished', 1963/79 OHMS window envs. with various endorsements 'No such address Dunstable', 'House Empty' or marks inc. "UNDELIVERED FOR/REASON STATED", framed "GONE AWAY/522", framed "NO POST TOWN", framed "INCOMPLETE ADDRESS", "NO SUCH STREET SPALDING, LINCS(OR PLACE IN......", framed "UNABLE TO TRACE/PADDINGTON W.2" etc. (87 covers) Cross Reference: INSTRUCTIONAL MARKS, LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, OFFICIAL MAIL, MILITARY - WWII (Image)

Starting at £ 50

Currently...£50.00
Currently...USD 57.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
TELEGRAMS/TELEGRAPHS COVERS
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1508   imagePOST OFFICE GREETINGS TELEGRAMS: Cover album with the collection of mostly 1930s/40s used & unused greetings telegrams inc. first type (1935 - Wilkinson 1) with 24 Jul. first day cancel and first Valentines Day type (Feb.1936) unused, etc. Some with original envelopes. (c.38) (Image)

Starting at £ 48

Currently...£48.00
Currently...USD 54.72
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1509   imagePRE-DECIMAL QEII ISSUES ON TELEGRAM FORMS: 1964-70 used group of Telegram forms (plus one unused), inland & overseas destinations inc. 27 Aug. 1964 form to Sydney ex London, franked 10/- + 2/6d Castles + 1/6d commemorative + 2d Wilding, all cancelled by fine "LANCELOT PLACE B.O. S.W.1" cds's; 10 Oct. 1968 form to County Mayo ex Jersey franked by 5/- Castle + 2/6d Castle + 1/6d Machin + 9d Wilding, all cancelled by poor Jersey double-ring cds's; and 2 Dec. 1968 form to High Wycombe ex Jersey franked by 5/- Castle + 2x 1/- Machins + 5d England Regional (scarce use of this), all cancelled by "ST. PETER'S/[date]/JERSEY, CHAN. IS." cds's; plus other high value examples of Wildings, Castles and Machins. (29) Cross Reference: QEII ISSUES (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 148.20
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
UNIFORM 4d POSTAGE PERIOD
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1510   imageLAST DAY OF UNIFORM 4d POST:9 Jan 1840 E from Glasgow to Edinburgh sent on the last day of the uniform fourpenny post, with a fine "4" hs of Glasgow, on reverse is a clear 9 Jan 1840 cds the last day of 4d post and Edinburgh cds of 10 Jane 1840 the 1st day of 1d post. Some small cover faults and recipients name crossed through. (Image)

Starting at £ 95

Currently...£95.00
Currently...USD 108.30
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
UNIFORM 1d POSTAGE PERIOD
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1511   imageFIRST DAY OF UNIFORM 4d POST:5 Dec 1839 EL from Battle to Sturbridge with red ms "Pd 4" on reverse a fine "BATTLE" 5 Dec 1839 c. ds A further lightly struck arrival tombstone ds of 6 Dec 1839 is on the front. (Image)

Starting at £ 190

Currently...£200.00
Currently...USD 228.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1512   imageA RARE FIRST DAY OF UNIFORM PENNY POST COVER:3 Jan 1840 printed EL (tenants & Landlords business) from Kingsdale with a red "KENNOWAY" h.s a clear ms "PD 1" and a fine boxed red "MARKINCH/ JA 10/1840" ds Being the 1st day of uniform 1d postage. . (Image)

Starting at £ 180

Currently...£190.00
Currently...USD 216.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
LONDON POSTAL HISTORY
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1513   image18th/19th CENTURY MAIL; Range with 1704 EL to Lady Urssey Johnson at her Houfe in the Pall-Mall over against the Royal Jelly houfe London rated '3'(d) and with London Bishop mark on rear, 1776 EL to London ex Edinburgh with Bishop marks for both on rear and the front rerated alongside an Inspectors Crown mark, 1825 EL to London ex Scotland rated '1/3½'(d) with Inspectors star mark alongside, 1833 EL to London ex Dudley with framed "POSTAGE NOT PAID/TO LONDON" hs on front and redirected to Wales, 2 Jan. 1840 EL to Brighton ex London rated '4'(d) during the 4d Uniform Post period and other related examples. (54 covers/fronts) Cross Reference: INSPECTORS' MARKS, REDIRECTED AND TURNED MAIL, FREE MAIL, UNIFORM 4d POSTAGE PERIOD (Image)

Starting at £ 110

Currently...£110.00
Currently...USD 125.40
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1514   imageOVAL "TRANSPORT OFFICE..." MARK EX FRANCE; 10 Nov. 1798 EL from "St. Malo" (from the addressee's sister and brother - who was himself about to embark on a privateer - with family news etc.) to "Joseph Cor, French Officer, Prisoner of War, Mill Prison Hospital, Plymouth, Devonshire" with a faint "34/PORT MALO" on the front and a mainly very fine London double oval "TRANSPORT OFFICE/[Crown]/G.R./PRISONERS OF WAR" mark (overstruck by the London 21 Dec. cds) nicely placed on the side-flap. Charged "8[d]" inland rate with prepaid French "11" rate on the flap. Cor had been captured on the privateer 'Le Triton' (on 17 July 1798 by the British frigate Melpomene in the English Channel). A very early Revolutionary War POW cover.Cross Reference: MEDICAL, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, DEVON (Image)

Starting at £ 200

Currently...£220.00
Currently...USD 250.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1515   imageMOSTLY 1840s-1900 MIXED GROUP OF INSTRUCTIONAL, NEWSPAPER ETC MARKS - covers and pieces on pages - c1900 quartet of wrappers to Europe with FB cancels; three pages with QV postage due marks inc. Foreign Branch range to 10d, Returned Letter Office range to 3d, "Contrary to regulations/65" and "OF THE NATURE/OF A LETTER/62"; 1881 official env. with 'CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS/OF KNIGHTHOOD' cachet; 1d red plate (trimmed perfs) cancelled solely by part "TOO-LATE for/Eveng Dispatch W.C"; etc. Also 1889/1901 trio of PCs with different LIVERPOOL hooded circle cancels. (c110 items) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS, LANCASHIRE - LIVERPOOL (Image)

Starting at £ 50

Currently...£55.00
Currently...USD 62.70
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1516   image1858/59 LONDON RECEIVING HOUSE MARKS - collection on pages, all 1d red frankings with rh marks on the back or on an opened out flap, "CLAPHAM/OLD.TOWN.S.", CAMDEN/PRINCESS TERR.", "HIGHGATE", "CURZON-ST", "FLEET ST-No 107", "FLEET ST-No 207", "KING-WILLIAM-ST", "LITTLE-KNIGHT-RIDER-ST", "MINORIES", "WATLING ST", "FORE-STREET", "WHITECHAPEL- No 129", "BROMPTON ROW", "NEW-KING'S-ROAD/S.W.", "SLOANE-ST-No 179", "WESTMINSTER/BROADWAY", "LAMBETH/MOUNT ST", "CLAPHAM-COMMON", "MOORGATE-ST", "BAYSWATER GROVE TER", "NEW -BOND-ST", and "HARROW". Also 1905 PPC real photo of Northern District PO Islington. Interesting group. (23 items) (Image)

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Starting at £ 75

Currently...£75.00
Currently...USD 85.50
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1517   image1859-61 EXPERIMENTAL MACHINE CANCEL GROUP - 1857 C10 with part Pearson Hill 2nd type cancel, June 1858 E with 3PHT3, Feb./May 1860 Es with 3PHT7, 1860 pieces with C10 1d reds tied by PHT13/14 type cancels, and 1861-63 set of PH2 duplexes numbered 1 to 6, 87 & 93 and PH3 Nos. 90 & 92; plus Jan./Aug. 1859 envs. to Hull or Edinburgh with C10 1d reds tied by Rideout R1B or R2A exper. duplex. (18 items) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS, MACHINE CANCELLATIONS (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£65.00
Currently...USD 74.10
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1518   image1879 COVER WITH UNUSUAL "W" CANCELS - Mar. 1879 local env. with 1d red plate 174 (2) tied by crude "W" between bars cancels, London cds (2) on the back. Rare. Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£70.00
Currently...USD 79.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1519   imageMOSTLY LATE QV-KGV CANCEL RANGE WITH TIME CODE CDS - covers and pieces, some on pages - 1897 ½d brown STO wrapper with 'FAUDEL, PHILLIPS & SONS' advert, 1901 ½d vermilion STO env. with 'THE GAS LIGHT AND COKE COMPANY' imprint and fine matching embossed flap, and 1902 1d red env. with fine embossed flap 'BANK OF ENGLAND' with seated Britannia; 1906/7 pair of PPCs with missorted cds "LONDON/4" or "LONDON/60" tried and rejected at Hampstead or Kilburn, plus similar missort sorts marks of Brixton and Stockwell on the same 1912 PPC; etc. (c210 items) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS, ADVERTISING COVERS (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 50

Currently...£50.00
Currently...USD 57.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
GB MIXED POSTAL HISTORY
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1520   imagec1810-90 RANGE OF MAIL IN A BINDER - inc. Apr. 1848 EL to GB 'Per Overland Mail via Bombay & Marseilles' charged the double rate of 2/3, red framed INDIA on the front, CALCUTTA ds with London and BIRMINGHAM cds all on the back; 1847 printed notice (land sale, Devon) to Crediton with three margin 1d yellow-brown tied London numeral; 1852 Irish mourning env. (small faults) to Castlebar with four margin 1d red tied 29 numeral of BALLINA (cds on the back, along with "BALLYCASTLE/KILLALA"); 1852 EL to Crediton with three margin 1d red on lavender-tinted paper; 1860 env. to Dorking with C10 1d red tied 560 numeral of Newport IOW. Also four off-cover 1d reds inc. on piece with London 7 in MX. (80+ items)Cross Reference: INDIA, IRELAND PRE-1922 - POSTAL HISTORY, MOURNING COVERS, DEVON (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£85.00
Currently...USD 96.90
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1521   image17th-19th CENTURY GROUP; Range with 1653 EL to Charles Maitland brother to the Earl of Latherdall [Lauderdale], 1699 E to Edinburgh rated '3'(d) and with London Bishop mark on rear, 1729 El to Warefield 'by Baggshott Bagg' rated '7'(d) and with London Bishop mark on rear, 1749 EL to Edinburgh with London Receiver circular "IB" and London Bishop mark on rear, 1799 EL to Malmsbury with s/l "BATH" hs on front and rated '4'(d), 1835 E to Devizes with Crown London Free ds and frilled Sunday ds on front and other related examples. (18 items) Cross Reference: EARLY LETTERS, LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, FREE MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 148.20
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM

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