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Great Britain Postal History continued...

THE RON PEGG COLLECTION OF NORFOLK POSTAL HISTORY continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1702   imageWYMONDHAM PRE-STAMP MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1747 E to London with framed "WINDHAM" and London Bishop marks on rear, 1777 EL to London with s/l "WINDHAM" (42 x 7mm) - the only example believed to exist - and London Bishop marks on rear, 1796 E to Rougham with "105 WIND/HAM.N." mileage mark on front, 1791/92 E's to Diss ex London or to London, former with "FREE" ds and both with s/l "WYNDHAM" (46 x 5mm) hs on front - both the only known examples and other related examples. (13 covers)Cross Reference: FREE MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 200

Currently...£200.00
Currently...USD 212.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1703   imageWYMONDHAM POST 1840 MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1840 EL to London with "WYMONDHAM" skeleton ds on rear, 1848 E to Wymondham ex Yarmouth rated '1'(d) with "WYMONDHAM" double-arc ds applied , one overscored by a "925" b/n possibly as received too late to process on that day, 1864 large env. to Attleborough franked 4d tied by "WYMONDHAM/925" duplex (code C), 1866/72 PO Money Order Receipts from a sender in Wymondham, 9 July 1888 env. to Sydney franked 1/- Jubilee tied by Wymondham duplex with framed "ADVERTISED/UNCLAIMED" h.s., 1908 Parcel Post label franked KEVII 4d and other related examples. (41 items)Cross Reference: LATE FEE/TOO LATE MAIL, POSTAL ORDERS, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, 1887-1892 JUBILEE ISSUES (Image)

Starting at £ 180

Currently...£180.00
Currently...USD 190.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1704   imageYARMOUTH PRE-STAMP MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1736 EL to Norwich rated '2'(d) on front and with slanted s/l "YARMOUTH" hs on rear, 1744 EL to London rated '4'(d) with "YAR/MOUTH" and London Bishop marks on rear, 1786 E to London with 1st type "124 YAR/MOUTH N" mileage mark on rear, 1797 EL datelined on H.M.S Monarch to London with ""YARMOUTH N" hs on front, 1838 EL to London with "Yarmouth/Penny Post" hs on front, 1838 EL to Leghorn ex Yarmouth rated '2/3'(d), 15 Dec. 1839 E to Saxmundham with "YARMOUTH/NORFOLK" ds on front and rated '4'(d) during the 4d Uniform Post period and other related examples. (21 covers)Cross Reference: PENNY POST MARKS, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, UNIFORM 4d POSTAGE PERIOD (Image)

Starting at £ 160

Currently...£160.00
Currently...USD 169.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1705   imageYARMOUTH SHIP LETTERS & TOO LATE MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1810 E to London ex Amsterdam with double-ring "Ship Lre/[CROWN/YARMOUTH" mark on front, 5 Feb. 1841 EL to Leghorn with Yarmouth ds on rear and rated '1/7'(d) on front, 1844 E to Beccles with Yarmouth ds and script-type "Too Late" hs on rear and rated '2'(d) on front, 1846 E to London ex Holland with Yarmouth ds and step-framed "YARMOUTH/SHIP LETTER" hs on rear and other related examples. (10 covers)Cross Reference: SHIP LETTERS, LATE FEE/TOO LATE MAIL, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, INCOMING OVERSEAS MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 137.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1706   imageYARMOUTH PRIVATE PRE-PAID MARKS & ENVELOPES; Trio with 1841/48 E/envs. to Norwich ex Yarmouth all rated '1'(d) and each with private 'Pre-paid' 'Pre-Paid.' or 'PRE-PAID.' hs or imprints at top right, all addressed to the same Bankers and possibly applied and created by a bank. Unusual (3 covers) . (Image)

Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 106.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1707   imageGREAT YARMOUTH/YARMOUTH 19th/20th CENTURY MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1857 env. to London franked 1d red tied by "YARMOUTH NFK" sideways duplex in blue, 1888 mourning env. to France franked 2d tied by "GREAT YARMOUTH" duplex (side J) with tax mark and 10c p.due tied to front, 1911 Winterton Parcel Post label franked KEVII 5d + 2d, 1918 KGV 2d + 1½d reg. env. to London with Great Yarmouth reg. label affixed, 1920 Gt Yarmouth Parcel Post label franked KGV 6d and other related examples. (69 items)Cross Reference: SPOONS & SIDEWAYS DUPLEXES, ETC., OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, POSTAGE DUE MARKS, PARCEL POST COVERS/LABELS (Image)

Starting at £ 160

Currently...£160.00
Currently...USD 169.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1708   imageYARMOUTH VILLAGES GROUP; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1834 E to Yarmouth ex London with v.scarce framed "Gorlestone/Penny Post" hs on front, 1839 E to London with mostly fine "Filby/Penny Post" hs on front, 1848 unfranked OHMS EL to Norwich with "LUDHAM" UDC on front - the only example believed to exist, 1853 env. to London franked 1d red tied by "927" b/n with "CAISTOR" UDC on front - the only example believed to exist, 1855 reduced E to Ipswich franked 1d red with s/l "SOUTH-YARMOUTH" Receiving house mark on front, 1856 env. to Wymondham franked 1d red with "MARTHAM" UDC on front and other related examples. (36 items)Cross Reference: PENNY POST MARKS, OFFICIAL MAIL, REDIRECTED AND TURNED MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 180

Currently...£180.00
Currently...USD 190.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1709   imageRAILWAY LETTER STAMP FRANKINGS; Pair with 1905 env. to London franked KEVII 1d tied by "LONDON/G" rubber cds and Great Eastern 2d stamp tied by "FOULSHAM/[DATE]/CANCELLED" rubber cds in violet and c1944 printed EL to Ipswich endorsed for the 4pm train to Thorpe franked 'L.N.E.R' 1d parcel stamp on rear but uncancelled. (2 items) Cross Reference: RAILWAY LETTER STAMPS & COVERS, RAILWAY MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 106.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1710   imageNORTH EAST RAILWAY FRANKING; 1925 env. (one rear flap missing) to Oxford franked KGV 1½d tied by Oxford machine cancel and London & North Eastern Railway 2d stamp (imperf at right) tied by s/l "WALSINGHAM" hs Unusual. Cross Reference: RAILWAY LETTER STAMPS & COVERS, RAILWAY MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 106.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1711   image19th/20th CENTURY RAILWAY MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1883 env. (with contents) to Newmarket franked 1d lilac (2) tied by individual "NORWICH SORTING TENDER/UP" (code C) cds, 1893 front to Cardiff franked 1d lilac and Great Eastern 2d stamp both tied or cancelled by oval "GUNTON/STATION/G.E.RY" hs and with "NORWICH SORTING TENDER/UP." (no code) cds on front, 1908 PPC to Dereham franked KEVII ½d tied by "NORWICH SORTING TENDER/DOWN" (no code) cds and other related examples. (11 covers/cards + 7 pieces) Cross Reference: RAILWAY LETTER STAMPS & COVERS, RAILWAY MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 120

Currently...£120.00
Currently...USD 127.20
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1712   image20th CENTURY MILITARY MAIL COLLECTION; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1916 PPc to Stowmarket franked KGV ½d tied by "ARMY POST OFFICE (HD)" (Kelling Heath) cds, 1932 printed matter airmail env. to Rio de Janeiro franked KGV 10d with Zeppelin 5th S.American flight cachet on front, 1943 unfranked env. to a British POW in Tokyo with Norwich machine cancel at top and censor tape at left, 1946 POW lettersheet from a German POW to Germany (Russian Zone) with framed "ORDERLY ROOM/R.A.F STATION/RACKHEATH" ds on front and other related examples.(19 covers/cards) Cross Reference: ZEPPELIN MAIL, ZEPPELINS, MILITARY - WWII, MILITARY - CAMPS, ETC. IN G.B. (Image)

Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 106.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1713   imageQEII 1953-2008 MISCELLANY of town postmarks on envs. & PPCs, inc. registered envs., commemorative covers, GPO bag labels, postage due mail, 1971 postal strike mail (Diss), etc. All in fine condition and mounted on pages. (148) (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 100

Currently...£100.00
Currently...USD 106.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
SHROPSHIRE
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1714   imageSHREWSBURY 19TH CENTURY MAIL; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1843 E to Bridgenorth franked 1d Red tied by MX with Shrewsbury ds on rear and framed "MISSENT/TO LIVERPOOL", 1843 1d Pink env. to a P&O Passenger on the Oriental at Southampton and endorsed 'Not Called for' at top with Shrewsbury, London and Southampton ds on rear, 1855 EL to Knighton franked 1d Pink env. cut-out tied by Manchester sideways duplex with Shrewsbury transit ds on rear, 1857 env. to Ludlow franked 1d Red tied by Bridgnorth spoon with Shrewsbury transit ds on rear, 1862 env. to Shrewsbury ex Ellesmere endorsed 'Too Late' at top and 1d Red franking cancelled on arrival by Shrewsbury duplex and other related examples. (12 covers + 1 card) Cross Reference: MISSENT MAIL, POSTAL STATIONERY, QV, LATE FEE/TOO LATE MAIL, POSTAL STATIONERY, QV (Image)

Starting at £ 80

Currently...£80.00
Currently...USD 84.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
STAFFORDSHIRE
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1715   imageLEEK - PAROLE P.O.W. LETTERS TO FRANCE; Unusual 4 Aug. 1810 EL (sealed as normal; light overall toning) from POW "Perier De Salvert" on parole in "Leek" to his friend Bilette Querouel in Quimper ref. money and letters (dated up to 8 June) received. Unusually there is a very fine "28/MORLAIX" mark on the front but no postal charge at all; this is explained by the P.S.; "Address your letters postage free to Mr. Theodore Picard, principal Postmaster of Morlaix; he is my friend."; and very fine 4 Aug. 1810 EL (unsealed) from same POW to same addressee ref. money and mail problems. Unusually it has been endorsed "Not Paid" and "Single. Chas. Grey" [the Transport Office Agent and censor for Leek Parole POWs]; it was charged "4" (decimes) on delivery, having been routed via London to Morlaix. The contents include; "Being on parole, I believe, is the best way to write in this country. We are certain that it is not the fault of the English Government that the Correspondence of the French Prisoners is so poorly served.". Rare examples of postage evasion (or attempted) within France for a POW letter. (2) Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, FREES (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Starting at £ 200

Currently...£200.00
Currently...USD 212.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1716   imageLEEK - "LE BAGOT" PAROLE P.O.W. LETTERS TO FRANCE; Very fine 1 Oct. 1812 EL (wafer seal; full typed transcript) from POW "Le Bagot" on parole in "Leek" to a friend in Nantes ref. not having received any replies from the addressee for more than a year (!) even though he has written every month and still hoping to find a British POW Captain for an exchange with him. Interestingly this letter was not endorsed as being unpaid but it was still charged "6" (decimes) on delivery, having been routed via London to Morlaix; and very fine 29 Nov. 1812 EL (wafer seal) from the same POW to the same addressee (surprisingly Missent to "MANTES" - faint mark on flap). Unusually it has been endorsed "Not Paid" and "Single. Chas. Grey" [the Transport Office Agent and censor for Leek Parole POWs]; it was charged "10" (decimes) on delivery, probably having been routed via London and Rotterdam. It concerns the writer's recent exchange for a British naval officer that had fallen through because they were not of exactly equal rank. He also recommends sending letters via the manager of the Hotel L'Europe in Morlaix; "There is a Dame Herau at Morlaix running the Hotel d'Europe whose husband is here; when I was in France [perhaps on compassionate leave while still a POW?] I brought her a letter from her husband. By writing to her postage paid, I have no doubt that she will send me your letters. (2)Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3) (Image4)

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Starting at £ 200

Currently...£200.00
Currently...USD 212.00
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1717   imageLEEK - "LE BAGOT" PAROLE P.O.W. LETTERS TO FRANCE ENDORSED "Single Not Paid. Chas. Grey Agent" BY CENSOR; Fine 1 Aug. 1813 EL (wafer seal; damp stain just affects top of address-panel) from POW "Le. Bagot" on parole in "Leek" to a friend in Nantes boldly endorsed in red "Single. Not Paid" and "Chas. Grey Agent" [the Transport Office Agent and censor for Leek Parole POWs]. It was then charged "6" (decimes) on delivery, having been routed via London and Morlaix. He complains that he has not had a reply to his letters for two years and notes that the Transport Office has not even replied to his latest request for an exchange, and refers to a possible exchange with an officer who had been at the Siege of Cadiz; and Fine 1 Jan. 1814 EL (typed transcript; wafer seal) from same POW same addressee spectacularly endorsed in red "Single. Not Paid" and "Chas. Grey Agent"; it was then charged "6" (decimes) on delivery, having been routed via London and Morlaix. It concerns recent rumours of Peace, ongoing efforts to have an exchange, the writer's surprise at never having received any letters in reply to his, and especially to one sent by a returning fellow-POW; "You must have heard from me by several of my friends and especially by Mr. Boutin my second [officer] of the Vautour [ship Vulture] who due to his age and his infirmities finally returned to his family after an imprisonment of 10 years." The Vulture was a French privateer from Nantes that was taken by the English off the coast of Portugal on 15 Jan. 1800; presumably Le Bagot was captured with her. Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2) (Image3)

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Starting at £ 240

Currently...£240.00
Currently...USD 254.40
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1718   imageLICHFIELD - "A. ROQUES" PAROLE P.O.W. LETTERS SENT "BY SECURE MEANS" TO PARIS; Fine 1 Aug. 1810 home-made envelope (with contents) from Captain Augustin Roques to his lawyer in Paris about problems with receiving letters etc., and noting that "I have to believe that my letters all reached you, having sent them all to you by secure means, like this one"; it has a fine red 1 Feb. 1811 Paris arrival backstamp and was charged "21" (heavier letter plus the 1 decime extra for an envelope). Clearly Capt. Roques had a special route for his letters to travel illegally and not via the Transport Office system. Plus similar 8 Mar./8 Apr. 1811 env. (with part printed French military stationery heading inside a flap proving that it was home-made) from the same correspondence but entirely without postal marks; containing triplicate copies of an affidavit about prize monies due to him, and of a sheet listing the 9 previous letters that he had sent by this same secure means to his lawyer. Also an unsealed 31 Jan. 1812 EL from the same correspondence with PS; "Lettre remise le 16 Mars 1812 par M. D'Anders, Capitaine" (presumably a returning POW). Rare smuggled POW mail. (3 covers)Cross Reference: FRANCE, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 160

Currently...£160.00
Currently...USD 169.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
SUFFOLK
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1719   image1839-1960s NORFOLK VILLAGES UNDER SUFFOLK POs, INC. 4d POST & 1d BLACK COVERS - 1830s EL to Norfolk ex Durham with Rushyford and Morpeth PP marks; 23 Dec. 1839 EL (part flap missing) to Norwich paid '4', and Aug. 1840 EL with three margin 1d black, NG plate 2, to Cromer with BRANDON cds on the front, both covers with "Hilborough/Penny Post"; 5 July 1850 env. to LYNN (cds on the back, along with MILDENHALL) with 1d red tied by part strike of the v rare 528 numeral (Parmenter 'H'); and group of QV-QEII stamps with local etc cancels. (7 covers, c100 stamps/pieces) Cross Reference: 1840 1d BLACKS, UNIFORM 4d POSTAGE PERIOD, NORFOLK, DURHAM (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 160

Currently...£160.00
Currently...USD 169.60
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
1720   imageNORFOLK VILLAGES UNDER SUFFOLK P.O; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1857 env. to Thetford franked 1d red with "FELTWELL" UDC on rear and Brandon double-arc transit ds on rear, 1859 env. to London franked 1d red with "HEETING" UDC and Brandon cds on rear, 1859 lace embossed Valentine env. to Ongar franked 1d red tied by Lowestoft duplex and with "FRITTON" UDC on rear, 1917 Kirby Cane Parcel Post label franked KGV 1/- + 4d and other related examples. (23 covers/cards + 6 pieces) Cross Reference: VALENTINES/GREETINGS CARDS, NORFOLK, PARCEL POST COVERS/LABELS (Image)

Starting at £ 130

Currently...£130.00
Currently...USD 137.80
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM
SURREY
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1721   imageFARNHAM - 1817-60 MIXTURE - 1817-43 stampless range inc. Feb. 1840 EL paid '1' ex The Bishop of Winchester; 27 May 1840 1d Mulready l/sheet stereo A10 (faults) to Isle of Wight; and Mar. 1843 El to Marlborough with fine three margin 1d red tied by black MX FARNHAM cds alongside. (10 covers, a front & a piece)Cross Reference: MULREADY STATIONERY & PROPAGANDA COVERS, ISLE OF WIGHT (Image)

Starting at £ 65

Currently...£65.00
Currently...USD 68.90
Closing..Oct-13, 03:00 AM

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