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British Empire and Foreign Countries continued...

Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
483 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: Postal Stationery: 1884 to 1983, an unused selection, incl. K.G.V and K.G.VI 1d. letter cards, K.G.V 2d. registered envelope size F, etc. (66 items) Est. £150-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
484 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: 1893-1902 1d. postal stationery postcard, two examples of commercial use cancelled by the “F.I.” steel obliterator, the first to London dated “17.5.95” and with ms. “21/6/5” arrival, written and signed by F.C. Halkett (who at that time held the posts of Colonial Secretary and Treasurer as well as Postmaster), carried by the “Tanis”, the second (Sept. 11) to Germany with F.2. despatch c.d.s. and carried on the “Neko” with Oct. 14 arrival. Ex Cottis. No further printing of the 11/2d. stationery card was carried out after the Empire rate was reduced to 1d. in Jan. 1892. Nevertheless the 1d. card passed untaxed when used to foreign destinations despite the Foreign postcard rate not being reduced from 11/2d. until Dec. 25 1898. Est. £100-120


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
485 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1913 1d. postal stationery letter card, unused and used 1924 (Mar. 21) by Maude Carey to Liverpool, cancelled PS.1B and carried on the “Lobos”. (2 items) Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
486 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1924 (Apr. 3) late commercial use of 1893-97 1d. postal stationery reply card, outward half, to New York with added K.G.V 1/2d. to pay foreign rate, cancelled PS.1B and carried to Montevideo on the “Kia Ora”. SH P4. Ex Cottis. Photo. The Queen Victoria postal cards remained the only available during the K.G.V period and were only withdrawn in 1934. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
487 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1938 1d. postal stationery envelope, commercially used 1942 (May 17) to Buenos Aires with added 1938-50 2d., sent from Estate Louis Williams (handstamp at top left) with May 24 machine arrival on reverse. SH E4. Ex Moir and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
Falkland Islands: Covers and Cancellations
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
488 / Used / Falkland Islands: Small selection of cork cancellations on scarcer issues, comprising 1887 4d. grey-black watermark Crown to right of CA and reversed, 1889 4d. olive grey-black watermark reversed, 1891 21/2d. pale chalky ultramarine and 1892 1/2d. green watermark reversed, a few pressed creases otherwise mainly fine. (4) S.G. 10y, 12x, 16ax, 27. Est. £150-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
489 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1895 (Jan. 19) official envelope (albino embossed arms) registered to U.S.A. bearing 1878 1s. tied by “F.I.” steel obliterator with “(crown)/REGISTERED” mark, F.1 despatch c.d.s., carried on the “Abydos” with London and New York transit datestamps, Philadelphia Mar. 5 arrival. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
490 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1896 (Nov. 16) envelope from Hugo Shlottfeldt to Germany, franked at single registered rate by 1878 6d. tied by F.2 c.d.s. with additional strike, “(crown)/REGISTERED” and London Dec. 26 registered transit oval below, carried on the “Ramses” to Punta Arenas and on the “Oropesa” onward to Liverpool, with Kosmos Port Stanley Agency cachet and Altona Dec. 27 arrival c.d.s. on reverse, vertical cover fold. Photo. (Image1) Est. £250-300


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
492 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1897 (Mar. 5) commercial cover to Ogg Bros. in Scotland, franked by 21/2d. dull blue tied by F.2 c.d..s, carried on the “Tanis” and with Glasgow Sorting Tender Apr. 9 arrival backstamp. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £250-300


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
493 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1902 (Jan. 7) envelope registered to Ogg Bros. in Glasgow at 4d. rate paid by 1d. pale red single and marginal strip of three tied by light F.4B c.d.s’s with ms. registration marks only, carried on the “Iberia” with London Feb. 4 transit and same day arrival registered oval datestamps. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-180


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
494 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1903 (June 27) envelope to Florida “Via Washington D.C.” at 21/2d. rate franked by 1/2d., 1d. (2) tied by F.4A c.d.s’s with enclosed two page letter (somewhat fragile) written by U.S. Vice-Consul Louis Williams, carried on the “Oropesa” with transit and arrival datestamps and fine red wax seal on reverse. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
495 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1903 (Aug. 17) envelope with Falkland’s Club, Stanley imprint on flap, registered to Jerez in Spain, franked at 41/2d. rate by 1d. strip of three and single (minor discolouration), the latter partly overlapping 1/2d., cancelled F.4A with “(crown)/REGISTERED” marking, transit and arrival backstamps, carried on the “Panama”. Ex Mitchell and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £300-350


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
496 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: 1905 incoming p.p.c. of Tierra del Fuego sent from Punta Arenas July 15 franked Chile 5c. addressed to Postmaster George Hurst’s son, Robert, carried on the “Orissa” with F.4B July 18 receiving c.d.s, also sentimental postcard sent under cover by M. Hurst to Alice Benner at Stanley Cottage dated “21/3/05”. (2 items) Ex Cottis. Est. £80-100


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
497 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1905 (May 22) envelope addressed to John Lewis Childs in New York, franked at correct 41/2d. foreign registered rate by K.E.VII 1/2d., 1d. (4) cancelled F.4B but showing no further signs of registration perhaps due to the sender having failed to note this intention on the cover, carried on the “Oravia”. Ex Burley. Photo. John Lewis Childs (1856-1921), horticultural businessman and politician, is credited with founding the first seed catalogue business in the US.A. and was the founder of Floral Park. (Image1) Est. £180-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
498 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1906 Pacific Line sepia postcard depicting the “Orita” (Burley PSNC 2-A) addressed to Belgium and written July 5 on board the “Panama” before disembarkation at Port Stanley, franked 1d. tied by F.4C July 18 c.d.s. and despatched on the “Victoria” with Jemelle Aug. 16 arrival. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £100-120


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
499 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1906 (Dec. 4) Malvina Series III picture postcard of Try Works at Port Stephens addressed to Wimbledon franked 1d. cancelled F.4D. Carried on the “Orissa” to Liverpool, departing Dec. 11. Heyburn L-8-l. Ex Rose and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £70-90


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
500 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1907 small envelope to Chicago with enclosed short letter written from Port Stanley Nov. 27, bearing Great Britain 1902-10 21/2d. tied by “PAQUETE” straight line of Lisbon (Hosking type 1211) with Lisboa Dec. 25 c.d.s., Chicago Jan. 10 1908 machine, the cover redirected to Belfast, Maine arriving Jan. 13. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
501 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1908 (Feb.) envelope to Germany, carried on the “Oronsa” and with Mar. 13 Cologne arrival backstamp, franked 21/2d. and with enclosed letter on Pacific Line R.M.S. “Oronsa” printed notepaper (incorporating a fine engraving of the ship, like the Company postcards this stationery having been produced by Andrew Reid of Newcastle), most attractive. Ex Barton and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £300-350


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
502 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1908, early real photographic card showing ships in Stanley harbour, dated Nov. 29 and sent unstamped by a member of the crew of the barque “Gulf Stream” (visited between Oct. 15 and Feb. 15 1909), addressed to Kent showing small “T” due marking (SH T.1) applied in Stanley and London “2D/I.S./G.”. Ex Burley and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
503 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1909 (June) envelope adressed to Walter Gruneberg at Buenos Aires, franked by 1904-12 1/2d., 1d. pair cancelled by type F.4C c.d.s.’s and carried on the “Orissa” and subsequently redirected to Puerto Yeruá, Entre Rios where Argentine 5c. pair affixed and cancelled on June 27 for further redirection to the British Consulate in Asunción, Paraguay with transit and arrival backstamp of July 6, most attractive and unusual. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £800-1,000


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.

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