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DEVON continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1582   imageTAVISTOCK - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR EX INDIA P.O.W. ON PAROLE REF. IMMINENT RELEASE; 29 Aug. 1762 EL (small ink mark just affects address) from "Fontenille" while a POW on Parole in "Tavistock" to his uncle in Floransac charged "10" (the rate from Paris only as it was sent by official means via London). The writer says; "Finally, the Commissioner has received orders to arm a ship to transport the Indian soldiers back to France. Having communicated this it to us, we are due to leave for Plymouth, and from there, to reach our homeland... I had lost all hope of ever seeing France again, finding me six thousand leagues away, abandoned to a miserable life full of infamy, having before my eyes the most terrible images of an imminent death... The mistreatment that we suffered has severely changed the taste that I have always had for my profession…". Rare letter from a POW captured in India during the 7 Years War who was about to be released; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. Cross Reference: INDIA, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FRANCE (Image) (Image2)

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Currently...£200.00
Currently...USD 212.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1583   imageTIVERTON COLLECTION: 1786-53 range of Es & ELs mounted on pages (varying condition, some letters transcribed) inc. 1790 EL to Minehead rated "2" ms with a faint "TIVERTON" hs on back; plus others with a variety of name, penny post & mileage marks. (25) (Image)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1584   imageTOPSHAM - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR P.O.W. CAMP COVER TO FRANCE & FRENCH MAIL REF. THE P.O.W.; Fine 20 June 1758 EL (unsealed - as per censor regulations?) from "Gobbe de la Gaudinais, Prisonnier de guerre" in "La Prison de Tapson [= Topsham] proche Excetere" (Devon) charged "4" (internal French rate) asking to be exchanged or at least put on parole. Plus 26 Sept. 1757 EL (some dusting & wear at right) from Brest giving Gobbe's father advice on how to approach the British Admiralty to see if the POW was alive or dead, charged "5" with a partly fine "BREST" on the front (but redirected to Derval with ms "Payé a Redon" also on the front). The first is a very rare 7 Years War POW cover from a G.B. Camp; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. (2 covers) Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, DEVON (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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1585   imageTOPSHAM - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR P.O.W. CAMP COVER TO FRANCE; 1 July 1758 EL (minor wear with a few small tears reinforced; sealed with wax) from "Gobbe de la Gaudinais" in "La Prison de Tapson [= Topsham] proche Exceterre" to his father in Redon (France) mentioning that "I eagerly seize the opportunity which presents itself of [sending this letter with] a group of crippled and old men who are in this prison and being sent back to France". It was then handed into the P.O. at "L'ORIENT" (fair s. line on the front) and charged "3" (internal French rate). The writer expresses his wish to be exchanged or at least put on parole ["cautionner"]. The P.S. includes; “If you have the kindness to write to me you will pay the postage to the port of departure from the Kingdom [France] and address my letter to Mr. Limbry, Commissioner of prisoners of war to send on to me here [Topsham].” Very rare 7 Years War cover from a British POW Camp; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. Cross Reference: MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FRANCE (Image) (Image2)

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1586   imageTOPSHAM - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR P.O.W. CAMP COVER TO FRANCE; Fine 3 Dec. 1758 EL (unsealed - as per censor regulations?) from "Gobbe de la Gaudinais" (identifying himself as the "Pilot of the Corsaire 'Le Mesnil-Montant' of Nantes") in "La Prison de Tapson [= Topsham] proche Excetere" to his father in Redon (France) mentioning that he had not heard from his parents for 28 months while in prison. It would have been sent by the Camp authorities by a special cartel vessel (from Exmouth?) and was handed into the P.O. at "S.MALO" (poor s. line on the front) and charged "4" (internal French rate). The P.S. includes; “If you write to me address my letter to Mr. Limbry, Commissioner of prisoners of war at Exeter for him to send it on to the Prison at Tapson [Topsham], and you must pay the postage to the port of departure from the Kingdom [France] and on no account tell me anything about the War...”. Very rare 7 Years War cover from a British POW Camp; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. Cross Reference: MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FRANCE (Image) (Image2)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1587   imageTOPSHAM - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR P.O.W. CAMP COVER SENT TO FRANCE VIA BELGIUM; Fine 1 Jan. 1759 EL (full typed transcript; unsealed - as per censor regulations?) from "Gobbe de la Gaudinais" in "La Prison de Tapson [= Topsham] proche Exterre" to his father in Redon thanking him for having tried - albeit without success - to get some friends to obtain the writer's exchange, but asking him to redouble his efforts. It would have been sent by the Camp authorities by a special cartel vessel (from Exmouth?) but most unusually it was handed into a Belgian P.O. - apparently Breskens although it has the French entry-mark of the blockaded port of "OSTENDE" (partly fine s. line on the front) and charged "20" (foreign + internal French rates). Rare Belgian routing for a very rare 7 Years War cover from a British POW Camp; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. Cross Reference: BELGIUM, FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 260

Currently...£260.00
Currently...USD 275.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1588   imageTOPSHAM - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR P.O.W. CAMP COVER TO FRANCE; 19 Jan. 1759 EL (full typed transcript; unsealed - as per censor regulations?) from "Gobbe de la Gaudinais" in "La Prison de Tapson [= Topsham] proche Excetere" to his father in Redon (France) noting that this was the 33rd letter that he had sent without receiving any reply. It would have been sent by the Camp authorities by a special cartel vessel (from Exmouth?) to "S.MALO" (mainly fine s. line on the front) with "4" charge. It is remarkable that the prisoner continued to write letters even though he never had a reply! Very rare 7 Years War cover from a British POW Camp; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. Cross Reference: MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FRANCE (Image) (Image2)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1589   imageTOPSHAM - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR P.O.W. CAMP COVER TO FRANCE; Fine 26 Mar. 1759 EL (full typed transcript) from "Gobbe" in "La Prison de Tapson [= Topsham] proche Exceterre" to his father in Redon (France) noting that this was the 32nd letter that he had sent during his 32 months of captivity without receiving any reply. It would have been sent by the Camp authorities by a special cartel vessel (from Exmouth?) to "S.MALO" (very fine s. line on the front) with "4" charge. It is very sad that the prisoner continued to write letters even though he never had a reply... Very rare 7 Years War cover from a British POW Camp; only a handful of pre-1794 letters from British POW Camps have been recorded. Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1590   imageBALANCE OF COLLECTION - 'A - Y': 1815-80 range of Es, ELs & envs. mounted on pages (varying condition, some letters transcribed) with a variety of name, mileage marks, or UDCs for Ashburton, Barnstable, Bideford, Blackawton, Totnes, Buckfastleigh, Chumleigh, Dartmouth, Dawlish, Exmouth, Lympstone, Newton Abbot, Plymouth, Starcross, Stockland, Tavistock, Teignmouth, Topsham, Torrington, Yelmpton, or Yeovil. A good variety with mainly very good marks. (35) (Image)

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Starting at £ 130

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Currently...USD 148.40
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
ESSEX
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1591   imageRARE BILLERICAY PAID MARK; Apr. 1844 E (a few minor faults) to Wymondham endorsed 'Immediate' and with "PAID" mark in red on front with matching "BILLERICAY" double-arc ds on rear and Norwich transit ds on front. Late use of this seldom seen mark. (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£65.00
Currently...USD 68.90
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
BRISTOL
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1592   imageSTAPLETON - LETTERS EX FRANCE TO P.O.W. BUT HELD IN PARIS POST OFFICE's "CABINET NOIR"; Fine 11 Nov. 1806 EL (unsealed; mainly about financial matters) from "Bordeaux" unusually addressed in full to; "M. Jean Baptiste Laliziere, Prisonnier de guerre, provenant du Corsaire Le Brave, detenu a Stableton, Bristol" with v. fine "P.32.P/BORDEAUX" and fair red Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and "11" prepaid rate on reverse. There is a distinctive diamond-shaped hole cut into the inside page; Fine 15 Nov. 1806 EL (sealed with wafer; mainly about financial matters) from "Bayonne" unusually addressed in full to; "M. Martin Marsan de Bayonne, Prisonnier de guerre, provenant de la prise Les Trois Freres de Bayonne, a Stapleton Prison a Bristol" with fine "P.64.P/BAYONNE" with fair red Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and "12" prepaid rate on reverse. There is a distinctive blurred red wax (?censor's) seal at the top of the inside page; and 16 Nov. 1806 EL (unsealed; with 4 separate letters - from the addressee's wife, mother and father, but with a fourth letter apparently to a different POW from his wife) from "Blainville[-sue-Mer]" addressed in full to; "M Jerome Dutot, Prisonnier de guerre, d'abord du Vaisseau Brave au la Prison de Stablethon pres Bristol" with v. fine "P.48.P/COUTANCE" plus faint red Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and "15" prepaid rate on reverse, one corner of the contents has been torn away (?by the censor). All were clearly never delivered - these letters in transit soon after Napoleon's suspension of Mail exchange from 21 Nov. 1806 are thought to have remained in the Paris P.O.'s Secret Office ("Cabinet Noir"). (3) Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1593   imageBRISTOL (STAPLETON) - LETTERS EX FRANCE TO P.O.W. BUT HELD IN PARIS "CABINET NOIR"; Pair of fine 1 Dec. 1806 ELs (both with wafer seal; family news etc from the addressees' mother & wife) from "Bordeaux" or "La Rochelle" to; "M Jacques Lacave, voilier provenant du Navire L'Edouard, Prisonnier de Guerre a Stapleton pres Bristol" or to "M Pierre Filatre pris sur la Corvette Le Guise, Batiment de l'Etat, Prisonnier de Guerre au Depot de Stabletone" with very fine "P.32.P/BORDEAUX" or "P.16.P/LA ROCHELLE" on the front. The first without Paris marks but with "11" prepaid rate on reverse and the other with fine red Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and prepaid "15c" rate on flap. There is a hole cut (?by the censor) at top left of the contents of each; A similarly fine 7/14 Dec. 1806 E/EL pair (both sent unsealed; the first with just the internal heading remaining, the other with family news from the addressees' father - latter with partly faded address and a hole cut, possibly by the censor, in the centre of the contents). The first with v. fine "P.16.P/ROCHEFORT" (m/s "15" on flap) and the other with v. fine "48./COUTANCE" on the front.; and 14 June 1807 EL (sealed with wafer; family news etc from the addressee's father, with partly fine red "P.2.P/ORIGNY" on the front and without Paris marks but with "15 Centimes" on reverse beside red Origny "P. PAYE" mark, and an oval thin, possibly from removal of the censor seal, at top right of the contents [Roumet Cert. 2018]). All clearly never delivered - letters sent after Napoleon's suspension of Mail exchange from 21 Nov. 1806 are thought to have remained in the Paris P.O.'s Secret Office ("Cabinet Noir"). (5) Cross Reference: FRANCE, BRISTOL, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1594   imageSTAPLETON - LETTER EX FRANCE TO P.O.W. BUT HELD IN PARIS P.O.'s "CABINET NOIR"; 17 Nov. 1806 EL (sealed with wafer; from the addressee's brother with family news etc.) from "Aubusson" addressed to; "M Pierre Guillon, Sergeant a la 5me Brigade d'Infantrie Legere, 2me Bataille 3me Compagnie, en Prison en Angleterre" [!] with partly fine red "P.22.P/AUBUSSON" & "22/AUBUSSON" plus partial black boxed Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and "15" prepaid rate on reverse. Then sent to "T.4E." (boxed mark across join) to find correct address and endorsed "Bristol". There is a piece cut out (?by the censor) at top left of the head of the contents.; 24 Nov. 1806 EL (sealed with wax; family news etc from the addressee's father) from "Hattris[??]" to; "M Henry [?] Adam, Prisonnier de Guerre a Depot de Stapleton pres Bristol" with v. fine "P.55.P/BRIEY" plus faint red Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and "15" prepaid rate on reverse. There is a hole (affecting text) cut (?by the censor) at top right of the contents.; and 25 Nov. 1806 EL (unsealed; family news etc from the addressee's mother & father) from "Choisy [en Brie]" to; "M Francois Barbie, Soldat a la 20eme demi-Brigade de ligne en Prison a Stapleton pres Bristol" with partly fine "P.73.P/LA FERTE-GAUCHER" without Paris marks but with "15" prepaid rate on reverse. There is a hole cut (?by the censor) at top left of the contents. All were clearly never delivered - these letters still in transit after Napoleon's suspension of Mail exchange from 21 Nov. 1806 are thought to have remained in the Paris P.O.'s Secret Office ("Cabinet Noir"). (3)Cross Reference: MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL, FRANCE (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Currently...£160.00
Currently...USD 169.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1595   imageSTAPLETON - P.O.W. CAMP COVER TO FRANCE WHERE IT WAS TURNED & RE-POSTED; 4 Nov. 1812 EL (family news) from POW "Montcheuil" to his brother near Bordeaux endorsed "not paid" in red (at the Transport Office in London?) and charged "10[decimes]" (from Morlaix to which the cartel ship took the letter on behalf of the Transport Office) with a mainly fine "DEB. 32/BORDEAUX" on the reverse. It was then turned, readdressed to their father and reposted to Bazar (charged "4" with faint "LA TETE DE BUCH"). Cross Reference: MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FRENCH POST OFFICES ABROAD (Image)

Starting at £ 95

Currently...£95.00
Currently...USD 100.70
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
HAMPSHIRE
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1596   imageWINCHESTER - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR COVERS TO PRISONER IN P.O.W. CAMP; Fine 9/11 Jan. 1759 EL from London (in English ref. funds sent to the addressee and hoping that he will soon be exchanged) to "Joseph Fournier, Prisoner of War at Winchester" charged "3[d]" with a very fine "11/IA" Bishop Mark on the flap; and 6 Mar. 1759 EL from London (in French ref. work to obtain Fournier's exchange) to same addressee as above charged "3[d]" with a partly fine "6/MR" Bishop Mark on the flap. The contents include; "Messrs. the Commissioners do not want to hear a word of exchange until the prisoner's turn should come. I see from the newspaper that there are Paquetbots passing from France with prisoners, so we have to hope that your turn will come soon. There is as yet no general exchange". Rare early ingoing mail to a British POW Camp. (2 covers) Cross Reference: FRENCH POST OFFICES ABROAD, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FRANCE (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Currently...USD 212.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1597   imageWINCHESTER - VERY RARE 7 YEARS WAR COVERS TO PRISONER IN P.O.W. CAMP MAIL; 19 Jan. 1762 EL from La Rochelle (long interesting letter in French from a recently released POW who had been held in Doncaster ref. his journey back to France via London etc.) to "Joseph Fournier, Prisonnier de Guerre au Chateau de Winchester at Winchester Castle" charged "10[d]" (incoming rate ex France) and then "In [all] 1N1" (plus 3d inland ex london) with a mainly fine "MR/1" Foreign Branch Bishop Mark on the flap. The contents include; "T'is not now time to call for a Yorkshire pudding, but for a good glass of wine... I shall drink to your health..."; and 4 Apr. 1763 EL from London (ref. mail received incl. a "large packet for the [prison? ship] Canada") to the same addressee as above, charged "3[d]" with a partly fine "5/AP" Bishop Mark on the flap. The letter is endorsed as having been received on 8 April, but was not replied to - clearly Fournier was released very soon after he received this letter, as the Treaty of Paris had been signed on 10 Feb. 1763. Rare early ingoing mail to a British POW Camp, the latter the latest recorded ingoing cover. (2 covers) Cross Reference: FRANCE, HAMPSHIRE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, YORKSHIRE (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1598   imagePORCHESTER CASTLE & PRISON SHIP GUILDFORD - VERY EARLY LETTER EX FRANCE TO P.O.W. BUT HELD IN PARIS P.O.'s "CABINET NOIR": Fine 20 Mar. 1797 EL (with wafer seal; from a contact seeking news of other POWs in Porchester) from "Libourne" addressed to; "Clouzel Prisonnier Francois au Chateau Porchester par Calay a Porsemouth" with fine "P.32.P/LIBOURNE" on the front beside a fine red Paris "P.P.P.P." mark and WITH "15" [?] prepaid rate on reverse, and having the distinctive diamond-shaped hole at the top of the first page inside. Only two earlier Revolutionary Wars POW covers have been recorded (both from France to POWs in Britain).; 16 Nov. 1806 EL to "M. Francois Gobiut en Prison Abor du ponton Le Gillefort en la rivier de Portsmouth par Plancouet a Morlaix" with mainly fine "P.21.P/PLANCOUET" on the front but with no Paris marks and "15" prepaid rate on reverse. There is a distinctive flattened oval red (censor's?) wax seal at the top of the inside page.; and 26 Nov. 1806 E (sealed with wafer; contents removed except for dated heading) to "M. Francois-Jocemie Birot, Soldat Prisonnier... au ponton de 76e Regiment, au Guildfort a Portsmoute" with mainly fine red "P.27.P/CHARTRES" on the front beside red Paris "P.P.P.P." mark having the "15" prepaid rate on reverse. All clearly never delivered and thought to have remained in the Paris P.O.'s Secret Office ("Cabinet Noir"). (3) Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, HAMPSHIRE (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1599   imagePORCHESTER CASTLE - P.O.W. LETTERS SMUGGLED(?) TO FRANCE; 8 Apr. 1800 EL (worthy of full transcription; some wear around edge folds) from "Jacques Angibane" in "Portchester" to a ship-owner in Bordeaux asking for the Prize Money due to him from when he was on the privateer 'La Gironde', and help in general, and stating that he had sent a Power of Attorney to Bordeaux lawyer "La Fargue". The letter is uncensored and the only postal marks are a fine "48/CARENTAN" and a "24" charge which suggest that it was sent by private means (smuggled?) from England. Also, fine 24 Dec. 1801 EL (unsealed) from "Claude Finout" in "Soldat du 14th Regiment, Prisonnier de guerre a Portchester" to Billon saying that he has been a POW for about 17 months and asking for 200 francs to be sent via a Paris bank to a London lawyer. The letter is uncensored and the only postal marking is a manuscript "11" charge (i.e. posted 1000 to 1200km; from Morlaix via Paris to Billom) which suggest that it was sent by private means (smuggled?) from England. (2)Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 137.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
HUNTINGDONSHIRE
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1600   imageNORMAN CROSS CAMP - LETTERS EX FRANCE TO P.O.W.s BUT HELD IN PARIS P.O.'s "CABINET NOIR": Fine 18 Nov. 1806 EL with fine "P.57.P/GRAVELINES" (without any Paris marks) on the front and "15C" prepaid rate on reverse. There is a distinctive diamond-shaped hole (of the censor?) at the top of the inside page.; very fine 1 Dec. 1806 E with fine red "P.74.P/DIEPPE" (without any Paris marks) on the front and "15C" prepaid rate on reverse; and Very fine c.20 Nov. 1806 E with very fine "P.59.P/ALENCON" along with a faint red Paris "P.P.P.P." on the front and "15c" prepaid rate on reverse. Unusual cover to a Musician POW. All unsealed and clearly never delivered - letters still in transit after Napoleon's suspension of Mail exchange from 21 Nov. 1806 are thought to have remained in the Paris P.O.'s Secret Office ("Cabinet Noir"). (3)Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
ISLE OF WIGHT
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1601   image19th/20th CENTURY MAIL GROUP; Range on annotated leaves with 1832 E to Worthing with "COWES/I. of Wt" single-arc ds on rear, 1835 EL to London with "NEWPORT/ISLE OF WIGHT" cds on rear, 1841 EL to London franked 1d red tied by black MX and with "RYDE" single-arc ds on rear, 1844 env. to Christchurch rated '1'(d) with "RYDE" single-arc ds on front, 1905 PPC to London tied by double-ring "NEWPORT/ISLE-OF-WIGHT" cds and with "SHORWELL/NEWPORT IW" skeleton cds on front, 1907 PPC to Ryde franked KEVII ½d tied by "SEAVIEW/RYDE" skeleton cds and other related examples. (92 cards/covers)Cross Reference: POSTAL STATIONERY, QV, PICTURE POSTCARDS, CANCELLATIONS (Image)

Starting at £ 110

Currently...£110.00
Currently...USD 116.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM

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