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Egypt continued...

British Post Offices » Alexandria continued...
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
20058   image1874 (6.4) Cover from Alexandria to London, with 1872-73 6d grey pl. 12, tied by “B01” and circular datestamp ALEXANDRIA / AP 6 74 (rotated 4 of 74)alongside, manuscript “via Brindisi”, also framed INSUFFICIENTLY PAID handstamp, which was scribbled out and (presumably) sent via Southampton and the 6d rate, London “PAID” circular datestamp, attractive and scarce usage full of character (Image 1)

Estimate. € 200

Currently (SAN)...€ 200.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20059   image1875 (2.1) Large legal size envelope from Alexandria to London, franked 4d x 2 pl. 13 + 1s, paid at double rate (1s. 4d. + registration of 4d.). Found to be quadruple rate = 2s. 8d., thus charged missing 1s. + 6d, tied “B01”, ALEXANDRIA / JA 2 75 circular datestamp, extremely rare framed INSUFFICIENTLY PAID handstamp on cover to London, arrival London backstamp, somewhat soiled, very fine and an attractive registered usage (Image 1)

Estimate. € 1,000

Currently (SAN)...€ 1,000.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20060   image1871 (2.06) Printed matter (monthly cotton prices) sent from Alexandria to England with 1d red pl.183 tied by large "B01" barred oval, reverse with Manchester arrival, trivial cover faults, a scarce usage of the printed matter rate (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 400

Currently (SAN)...€ 400.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20061   image1875 (15.6) Cover front from Alexandria to London with pair of 1865-67 4d vermilion tied by “B01” and ALEXANDRIA / JU 15 75 circular datestamp alongside, with scarce POSTED AFTER CLOSING handstamp adjacent, London PAID circular datestamp below, a very fine and scarce usage of the instructional marking (Image 1)

Estimate. € 80

Currently (SAN)...€ 80.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
British Post Offices » Cairo
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
20062   image1861 (26.3) Small neat envelope from Cairo to London with 1854-61 1d red pl. 60 and 1858-79 2d blue pl. 8 vertical strip of four, tied by “B01”, CAIRO / 26 MR 61 circular datestamp, paying the 9d rate via Marseilles, and LONDON / AP 5 61 circular datestamp, cvr wrinkles, very fine and an attractive franking (Image 1)

Estimate. € 300

Currently (SAN)...€ 300.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20063   image1863 (10.11) “Crowned Circle” "PAID AT CAIRO" in red on cover from Cairo to Stewartsville, PA, U.S.A., with CAIRO / NO 10 63 circular datestamp alongside, London transit post mark NO 25 63, and New York arrival post mark Dec 11, a late usage of the crowned circle in Cairo, one month before the latest recorded usage Smith page 66, a very rare usage Provenance: Lars Alund (Image 1)

Estimate. € 2,000

Currently (SAN)...€ 2,000.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20064   image1868 (6.5) Letter from Cairo to Edinburgh, Scotland, franked for double rate 2 x 9d, Great Britain 6d pl. 6 and 1s pl. 4, manuscript ‘N.B.’ - North Britain (Scotland), backstamped at Edingburg MY 18 68, fine (Image 1)

Estimate. € 150

Currently (SAN)...€ 150.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20065   image1868 (10.12) Cover from Cairo to Cheltenham, England, franked 1d (3), 3d and 6d, tied “B01”, CAIRO / DE 10 68 circular datestamp alongside, backstamped on arrival CHELTEHAM / DE 21 68 circular datestamp, slight cvr faults, an attractive franking (Image 1)

Estimate. € 200

Currently (SAN)...€ 200.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20066   image1871 (24.3) Cover from Cairo to London, England, double rate, franked with Great Britain 1s plate 4 and 4d. Plate 12, cancelled with “B01”, CAIRO / MR 24 71 alongside, received in London 1st April and readdressed to Richmond, cover further franked with 1d plate 123 to pay the postage from London to Richmond and cancelled in London, arrival backstamp RICHMOND.SURREY / AP 3 71, slight cvr faults, attractive and scarce redirected usage (Image 1)

Estimate. € 300

Currently (SAN)...€ 300.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20067   image1871 (3.7) Incoming folded cover from Malta to Cairo, with A/MALTA / JY 3 71 circular datestamp in black and A/CAIRO / JY 7 71 in blue, plus Malta “4D” rate marking alongside, very fine and scarce (Image 1)

Estimate. € 100

Currently (SAN)...€ 100.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20068   image1872 (18.1) Folded cover sent registered from Manchester to Cairo bearing 1870 4d vermilion pl.12 in pair and single, paying single 8d rate plus registration, tied by “496” numerals, REGISTERED / 18 JA 72 / MANCHESTER oval datestamp alongside, paying four pence registered fee to overseas destinations as of February 1, 1868, scarce (Image 1)

Estimate. € 150

Currently (SAN)...€ 150.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20069   image1873 (15.2) Envelope from Cairo to New York, with ten 1858-79 1d red pl.139 (two strips of three, pair and two singles), cancelled by “B01”, and CAIRO / FEB 15 73 circular datestamp alongside, tied by London “PAID” and New York circular datestamps, adjacent with “2 / CENTS” handstamp, an attractive and spectacular neat little usage (Image 1)

Estimate. € 1,000

Currently (SAN)...€ 1,000.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20070   image1873 (12.4) Cover from Cairo to New York, USA, franked Great Britain a strip of 4 x 4d, cancelled by “B01”, CAIRO / AP 12 73 circular datestamp below, also LONDON PAID circular datestamp, showing “3” in red paying the US inland delivery, minor cvr faults, some stamps missing (Image 1)

Estimate. € 100

Currently (SAN)...€ 100.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
British Post Offices » Suez
Lot Symbol Catalog No. Descrip Opening
20071   image1854 (20.10) Letter from Suez to Batavia, Netherlands East Indies, showing the “Crowned Circle” PAID AT SUEZ in blue, as well as the Suez datestamp OC 20 1854, prepaid 4s 6d, fine and very rare, much rarer than the Alexandria and Cairo crowned circles, an important showpiece to a very rare destination Rarity: Apparently the earliest recorded date of less than 10 covers recorded Provenance: Lars Alund (Image 1)

Estimate. € 2,800

Currently (SAN)...€ 2,800.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20072   image1856 (7.1) Letter from Suez to Bombay, postmarked in Suez 7 JA 1856 and with arrival postmark from Bombay on the reverse JA 25. In Suez they had evidently forgotten to change the year in the datestamp from the 1855 ro 1856 and, therefore, the last figure was added by hand. Rated “2” shillings, fine and scarce Provenance: Lars Alund (Image 1)

Estimate. € 300

Currently (SAN)...€ 300.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20073   image1858 (22.8) Folded cover from Calcutta, India to Holt, England and sent via the British Post Office at Suez, franked with India 4 annas stamp but not accepted, manuscript for postage due, cover cancelled SUEZ / SP 23 58 circular datestamp, backstamped LONDON and THETFORD OC 14 58 then HOLT OC 15 58, fine (Image 1)

Estimate. € 300

Currently (SAN)...€ 300.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20074   image1860 (19.5) Entire from Suez to England via Marseilles, with GB 1d "Star" and 1855-57 4d pair cancelled by "B02" numerals, SUEZ "A" MY 19 60 cds below, fine (Image 1) (Image 2)

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Estimate. € 600

Currently (SAN)...€ 600.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20075   image1864 (10.4) Envelope from Cairo to York, England, franked Great Britain 1d red two pairs + two singles, all cancelled “B02”, also SUEZ / AP 10 64 circular datestamp in blue alongside, backstamped YORK / AP 21 64 circular datestamp, very fine, an attractive and stunning franking Provenance: Colonel Danson, Kurt Wolfsbauer (Image 1)

Estimate. € 500

Currently (SAN)...€ 500.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20076   image1864 (28.11) Telegram message from London to Bombay, there was no submarine cable from Suez to Bombay before 1870, telegrams from Britain to India were wired to Suez: thence the message was posted by surface mail via Aden to Bombay. Franked 1s and tied “B02”, cancelled SUEZ / NO 28 64 circular datestamp, unusual and very scarce Provenance: Lars Alund (Image 1)

Estimate. € 1,000

Currently (SAN)...€ 1,000.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM
20077   image1866 (6.3) Envelope from Suez to Australia with blue "PAID / AT / SUEZ" crowned circle and blue cds on the front, with 1865-67 1s green hinged to the cover which was originally placed on top of the crowned circle, missing back flap and other small faults, a very rare handstamp on cover with less than 10 known Provenance: Fikry & Pearmund Expertise: Cert. RPS (2001) (Image 1) (Image 2) (Image 3)

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Estimate. € 3,000

Currently (SAN)...€ 3,000.00
Closing..Oct-28, 02:00 AM

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