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Great Britain Postal History continued...

JERSEY POSTAL HISTORY continued...
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1802   imagePOSTCARDS AND PHOTOGRAPHS:1898-1986 but mainly 1905-30 collection of PPC;s with the majority unused, a wide range of subjects are present with many having "JERSEY" in the design, inc. humour, multiple view types and a few novelty types. An exceptional lot. (400+). Also a small group of photographs of Jersey & Guernsey country views. (Image)

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Starting at £ 160

CLOSED
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
ISLE OF MAN POSTAL HISTORY
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1803   image19th CENTURY MAIL; Range with 1 Mar. 1821 EL to Bewdley, datelined at Castleton, with v.fine s/l "ISLE OF MAN" h.s. on rear and rated '1/4'(d) on front to include a 4d packet rate. [Ex Whitney], 1822 EL to Halifax, datelined at Isle of Man and with Liverpool mileage d.s. on rear, 1823 EL to Liverpool rated '1/-' and with s/l "ISLE OF MAN" h.s. on rear, 1835/38E/EL to London with "ISLE OF MAN" UDC on rear and rated '1/5'(d) or '2/10'(d) and 1848 env. to Wales franked 1d red with Douglas Isle of Man cds on rear. (6 covers) Cross Reference: SHIP LETTERS, LANCASHIRE - LIVERPOOL (Image)

Starting at £ 190

CLOSED
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1804   imageWWI RANGE OF INTERNEE MAIL - mostly on printed 'Prisoners of War' lettersheets inc. 1914 to New York (faults) with censor label on the back and "NO CHARGE FOR POSTAGE/PRISONER OF WAR MAIL/NEW YORK, N.Y." on the front, and 1918 to Germany with ringed "P.C." censor mark on the back; 1917 inwards handmade PC with poem in German ex CLEVE with German and IOM censors; 1919 lettercard to internee ex Brighton with large oval "KN[O]CKALOE, I.O.M." censor mark apparently unrecorded with missing 'O'. Also 1917 OHMS env. to Huddersfield with ½d green pair tied YATE cds with letter written on 'ALIENS' DETENTION CAMP, KNOCKALOE' letterhead, and unused block of four brown 'KNOCKALOE. I.O.M.' labels. (29 items)Cross Reference: MILITARY - WWI, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 190

SOLD for £320.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1805   imageWWII RANGE OF MOSTLY INTERNEE MAIL - inc. 1941 front to Mooragh Camp ex New York with 10c prexie strip of three and censored with label; 1942 env. ex Onchan camp to Lancs. with purple "O.CAMP POST OFFICE"; 1942 env. ex Belfast to 'P Camp' with large purple "HEADQUARTERS POST OFFICE/INTERN. CAMPs, DOUGLAS"; and 1944 letter sheet to Brussels marked 'Prisonniers de guerre' and censor label. (18)Cross Reference: MILITARY - WWII, MILITARY - P.O.W. MAIL, MILITARY - CENSORED MAIL (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £200.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
SCOTLAND
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1806   image1688 ORIGINAL DEED ON VELLUM - between modern wooden boards inscribed 'Instrument of the Barons of Dunglas in favour of Sir John Hall and James Hall', in Latin on six leaves. Scarce.Cross Reference: EARLY LETTERS, MANUSCRIPTS (Image)

Starting at £ 65

CLOSED
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1807   imageCARRIER's LETTER SENT "WITH A SALMOND", COACH FRONT EX WALTER SCOTT & "Free" MAIL-CART TIME BILL; Remarkable 21 Jan. 1759 EL sent by carrier from "Prth" [sic] to Edinburgh endorsed "with a Salmond marked IA this" (the contents include; "Bie plesed to reseve a salmon fish markd on head with a Born airn 3 tims..."!), c.1830 front apparently sent by coach with bold "10d" charge addressed to Edinburgh in the distinctive hand of the famous author Walter Scott (and endorsed by the addressee in 1841 to be genuine (Scott died in Sept. 1832), and rare mainly printed 14 Sept. 1857 P.O. EL sent from Edinburgh (blue cds on flap) to the PO Surveyor in Stirling with printed address headed "GLASGOW AND INVERARY TIME-BILL" and having "Free - F. Abbott" at left. The contents of the latter are a fully completed return for the "PAIR HORSE MAIL CART" from Glasgow to Inverary & back in 12 Sept. with the Driver's and the two Postmasters' signatures. (3 items) Cross Reference: PARCEL POST COVERS/LABELS, OFFICIAL MAIL, FREE MAIL, COACHING (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £190.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1808   imageLARGE POSTAL CHARGES: 1827-36 trio of unusually heavy ELs inc. 1827 EL Glasgow to Edinburgh marked "5oz" ms and charged 11/8½d; 1827 EL Glasgow to Edinburgh marked "2½oz" ms and charged 5/10½d; and 1836 London to Edinburgh marked "1¾oz" ms and charged 7/7½d. All in fine condition with v. clear markings. (Image) (Image2)

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Starting at £ 65

SOLD for £120.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1809   imageCARLISLE/LONDON ADDITIONAL ½d's, INDIA LETTER EX TASMANIAN ANTI-CONVICT CAMPAIGNER, ETC.; 1828/36 trio of E/ELs with fine to mainly v. fine different Carlisle Additional ½d marks inc. the rare 1832 "addl/½" type (one with fair scarce 1836 oval red Preston "TOO LATE"), 4 Sept. 1833 EL from "Hobart" to Edinburgh with London 'reversed fraction bar' boxed "½" mark and fair red boxed "INDIA LETTER/DEAL" (written & signed by the anti-transportation of convicts campaigner "Robert Pitcairn", 1802-61), and Feb. 1840 EL with red Falkirk UPP h.s. "1" as well as the black Falkirk Mae West "TOO LATE" mark. (5 covers) Cross Reference: INDIA, TASMANIA, CUMBERLAND, AUTOGRAPHS (Image)

Starting at £ 100

SOLD for £220.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1810   imageQV PERIOD LOCAL & OVERSEAS MAIL; Range with 1842 EL to Cognac ex Glasgow with "2" hs on front erased and re-rated '10'd; 1845 EL to Cologne endorsed '"via France" with "PAID at EDINBURGH" ds on front and rated '5'(d); 1844/48 EL/env. to Edinburgh or Huntly with framed "THORNHILL" or "ABERDEEN/PAID" ds on front; 1858/53 cash-paid EL's to France rated '4' or '8' ex Glasgow or Edinburgh; 1856 local env. to Whithorn franked 1d Red tied by partial framed "CHARLOTTE/PLACE" Scots local hs; 7 June 1872 mourning env. to Ottawa franked 3d tied by Edinburgh duplex with "1" and "2 CTS" hs on front; and 1891 prices current to Norway franked ½d tied by Leith cds. (9) Cross Reference: OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, MOURNING ENVELOPES, FRANCE, CANADA (Image)

Starting at £ 32

SOLD for £34.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1811   imageINWARDS COASTAL SHIP LETTER; Trio with 26 Apr. 1839 EL (closed tear to rear) to Aberdeen endorsed 'p Steamer' rated '8'(d) for the ship letter rate and a "SHIP LETTER/LONDON" d.s. and red wax remnant on rear, 18 Sep. 1839 EL to Edinburgh endorsed 'per Steamer' initially rated '8'(d) for the ship letter rate but re-rated '1/4'(d) for the double rate. London d.s. and London ship letter d.s. on front and June 1837 reduced printed invoice for carriage on the Duchess of Sutherland from London to Inverness. (3 items)Cross Reference: LONDON POSTAL HISTORY, ABERDEEN, SHIP LETTERS, EDINBURGH (Image)

Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £320.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1812   imageYETHOLM - 1871 CDS USED AS A CANCEL - June 1871 env. (toning, faults) to Kelso with 1d red plate 123 tied solely by two strikes of the YETHOLM cds, another on the back; we cannot recall seeing this use before. Cross Reference: ROXBURGH, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, CANCELLATIONS (Image)

Starting at £ 80

CLOSED
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1813   imageCANCELLATION INTEREST ON PPCS: Mostly early 1900-1920 cds and double-arc cancellations for a range of towns and villages e.g. Bridge of Gairn, Kelty, Ecclefechan, Penpont etc., with a few earlier and later. Lot includes a small group of thimbles and a few rubbers, RSO etc. The PPCs are a mixture of subjects with largely Scottish interest but condition is very mixed. Postmarks generally clear and well-placed. (c.250) Cross Reference: CANCELLATIONS, PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

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Starting at £ 120

CLOSED
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1814   imageCENTRAL & NORTH EAST SCOTLAND PPCs - 1900s-1950s: Fife (c.25), Perthshire (c.50), Angus (c.20), Aberdeenshire (c.30) plus additional postcards depicting Stirling, Elgin and other parts of N.E. Scotland (c.40 inc. Shetland (2) and Orkney (4)). Variety of views, from street scenes to landscapes, very few of which are mountains. Mixture of colour, B&W and R.P. types from a variety of publishers inc. many local. Condition generally good or better with the majority unposted. (c.165 cards) Cross Reference: PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

Starting at £ 55

SOLD for £60.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1815   imageLOWLAND SCOTLAND PPCs - 1900s-1950s: Glasgow (c.30), Ayrshire (c.20), Renfrew (c.20), Roxburgh (c.20), plus additional postcards (c.70) depicting subjects in Berwickshire, Dumfries, Dumbartonshire, East Lothian, Haddingtonshire, Kirkcudbrightshire, Lanarkshire, Linlithgowshire, Peebles and Wigtownshire. Wide range of scenic views and street scenes. Mixture of colour, B&W and RP types from a variety of publishers inc. many local. Mixed condition but generally good with the majority unposted. (c.160 cards) Cross Reference: PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

Starting at £ 50

SOLD for £55.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1816   imageSCOTTISH PLACES: A range of cards showing Scottish scenic views, churches, lochs, landmarks, towns etc. 1920s-1940s (c.250), and 1960-1980s (c.200). The majority are postally unused, the older cards being mainly RP inc. a number of Scottish publishers and Valentine's. Many are annotated on the back to record visit date and/or interesting connected facts. Excellent condition, with most cards in plastic protectors. (c.450) Cross Reference: PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

Starting at £ 160

CLOSED
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
THE JOHN SUSSEX COLLECTION OF SCOTLAND
Lot Catalog No. Descrip Opening
1817   imageSCOTTISH DUPLEXES & NUMERALS NOS. 1-198; Range on annotated leaves inc. Mar. 1858 local E franked 1d red tied by "ABERDEEN/1" type 1 duplex code E, 1863 env. to Edinburgh tied by "BURNTISLAND/62" (type B3 code B) duplex, 1879 env. to Paisley franked 1d red tied by "DALRY/101" (type B4 code B) duplex, 1866 env. to Peebles franked red strip of four (2) tied by "159" b/n with oval "REGISTERED/AT GLASGOW" d.s. on front, 1844 mourning env. to Inverness franked 1d red tied by "170" b/n with "GLENMORRISTON" double-arc UDC on rear, 1885 env. to WEllington franked 1d lilac tied by "INVERURIE/194" (type B4 code D) duplex and other related examples. (129 covers/cards) Cross Reference: OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, POSTAL STATIONERY, QV, REGISTERED MAIL, MOURNING COVERS (Image)

Starting at £ 260

SOLD for £480.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1818   imageSCOTTISH DUPLEXES NOS. 203-348; Range on annotated leaves inc. 1879 env. to Paisley franked 1d red tied by "KIRKINTILLOCH/211" (type B4 code A) duplex, 1908 PPC to Wales franked KEVII ½d tied by "LEDAID/224" (type B4 code b) duplex, 1881 2d reg. env. to Colchester franked 1d + ?d tied by "LOCHALSH/231" (type B4 code A) duplex, 1886 env. to Edinburgh franked 1d lilac tied by "PITTENWEEM/283" (type B4 code B) duplex, 1904 PPC to Cupar Angus franked KEVII ½d tied by "MUIR OF ORD/321" (type B3 code A) duplex, 1876 env. to Paisley franked 1d red tied by "TROON/330" (type B4 code B" duplex and other related examples. (128 covers) Cross Reference: REGISTERED MAIL, POSTAL STATIONERY, QV (Image)

Starting at £ 260

SOLD for £400.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1819   image18th/19th CENTURY MAIL GROUP; Range on annotated leaves inc. Aug. 1733 EL to Inverary endorsed 'Irv 2' [Irving 2d] on front, Nov. 1738 EL to Argyllshire with small "FAL/KIRK" h.s. on rear rated '2'(d) on front, Mar. 1749 EL to Edinburgh with s/l "MAYBOLE" h.s. and rated '1 N 5' both on rear, Jan. 1760 E to Edinburgh with small "INVER/NESS" h.s. on rear, July 1787 EL to Edinburgh with s/l "RENFREW" h.s. and Edinburgh Bishop mark on rear and rated '4'(d) on front and other related examples. (29 covers) Cross Reference: EDINBURGH (Image)

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Starting at £ 200

SOLD for £380.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1820   image18TH/20TH CENTURY PRE-STAMP MAIL; Range with Feb. 1790 EL to Dysart rated '2'(d) with "ABERDOUR" h.s. in red on rear, Aug. 1826 EL to Leven ex Edinburgh with faint "HOWE STREET", "MISSENT TO/INVERKEITHING" and "Addl/½" h.s. all on front, Jan. 1833 E to Dunfermline with s/l "BURNTISLAND" h.s. on rear and ms 'Too late' directly below, Apr. 1836 El to Edinburgh with "ABERDOUR" (mileage removed" h.s. on rear and "G[CROWN]/R" Inspectors mark on rear and other related examples. (52 covers/cards) Cross Reference: MISSENT MAIL, EDINBURGH, LATE FEE/TOO LATE MAIL, INSPECTORS' MARKS (Image)

Starting at £ 130

SOLD for £220.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM
1821   imageNUMERAL & DUPLEX COLLECTION: Range on annotated leaves inc. 27 Apr. 1845 E to Aberdeen franked 1d Red tied by "275" b/n in blue with matching framed "OLD RAIN" d.s. on rear, Feb. 1846 EL to Aberdeen framed 1d red tied by "93" b/n with s/l "CLUNY" h.s. on rear, Dec. 1853 E to Glasgow franked 1d red tied by "159" b/n with "FINTRY" UDC on rear, 22 Nov. 1888 1d PC to Germany with "GLASGOW & CARLISLE/SORTING TENDER/159" duplex cancel and other related examples (102 covers/cards) Cross Reference: ABERDEEN, T.P.O.s AND STATION MARKS, OVERSEAS DESTINATIONS, POSTAL STATIONERY, QV (Image)

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Starting at £ 200

SOLD for £260.00
Closing..Dec-15, 03:00 AM

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