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British Empire and Foreign Countries continued...

Falkland Islands: Covers and Cancellations continued...
Lot Symbol Descrip Opening
504 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1909 (July 12) formula registered envelope to Scotland franked by 1d. strip of three and unusually showing “2d.” inserted by ms. in “FEE PAID”, carried on the “Oropesa” and with Edinburgh arrival of Aug. 8. Perkins B.1(a). Ex Barton and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £300-350


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
505 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1910 (Feb. 21) coloured p.p.c. with view of Port Stanley (Heyburn B-16-bx) sent to Portsmouth by visiting sailor with short message headed “H.M.S. Amethyst/ 14/2/10”, franked 1d. tied by F.5 c.d.s. and carried on the “Oropesa”. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
506 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1912 Pacific Line picture postcard (Burley PSNC 5-A) depicting the “Orcoma”, addressed to Germany from the ship with message “An Bord, 23.II.1912”, bearing Great Britain 1902-10 1d. tied by “PAQUETE” straight line of Lisbon (Hosking type 1211) with Lisboa Central Mar. 15 hexagonal datestamp alongside. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
507 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1913 (May 13) p.p.c. of captured sea elephant (Heyburn B-1-b) addressed to England franked 1912-20 1d. unusually cancelled by light F.4E c.d.s. in brown and despatched on the “Orcoma”, small corner repair otherwise fine. Also P.S.N.C. coloured card depicting the “Orcoma” (Burley PSNC 8-AA) unused. (2 items) Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
508 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1914 (Aug. 6) formula registered envelope, slightly foreshortened at left, addressed to Canada, franked at 3oz. rate by 1912-20 1d. vermilion block of five with type 4 registration label, Liverpool Sept. 13 transit and Montreal Sept. 23 arrival datestamps. Perkins B.6 Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
509 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falklands, H.M.S. “Carnarvon”, 1915 (Feb. 16) sailor’s stampless envelope to Ilfracombe, Devon, showing ship’s triple oval datestamp “H.M.S. “CARNARVON”/16 FEB 1915/POSTAGE/RECEIVED” in blue, overstruck by London Mar. 22 1915 machine arrival and with framed “RECEIVED FROM H.M. SHIP/NO CHARGE TO BE RAISED”, also an illustration of the vessel trimmed from p.p.c. Ex Barnes and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £250-300


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
510 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, H.M.S. “Kent”, p.p.c. of Darwin Harbour (Heyburn P-2-p) sent by seaman H.C. Perry on H.M.S. “Kent” to his wife in London with message dated “19.12.14”, “at present I have left Falkland and don’t think I may tell you where we are but it is rather cold”, bearing G.B. 1/2d. with “PASSED/H.M.S. KENT/CENSOR” circular cachet and London “FEB 17 15” machine arrival, having been transferred to the “Orita” at sea. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
511 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1914 Battle of the Falkland Islands, H.M.S. “Kent”, Postcard of the Cathedral (Heyburn P-1-p) to London from a member of the crew of H.M.S. “Kent” dated “24.3.16”, with “PASSED/H.M.S. KENT/CENSOR”, unfranked with violet two line “RECEIVED FROM H.M. SHIP/NO CHARGE TO BE RAISED”, fine condition. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-180


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
512 / Used / imageFalkland Islands: Ship Cancellations, “(R.M.S.) FALKLAN(D)” straight line (SH SC.2) and “(POST)ED ON BO(ARD)/(J)UL 6 1918” double oval datestamp (SH SC.3), fine strikes in violet tying 1912-20 1d. to fragment, fine. B.P.A. certificate (1980). Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
513 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: 1921-28 1d., 2d. pair tied by indistinct cancellations to part large Falkland Is. Co. envelope addressed to Howard Clement at Roy Cove showing two fine red wax company seals, the franking suggesting a 5oz. weight, unusual. Ex Neild. Est. £50-80


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
514 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1924 (Oct. 3) scarce postcard of the Uruguayan steamer “Instituto de Pesca” (Heyburn AE-10-ae) addressed to Surrey franked 1d. tied by light PS.1B, carried on the “Ortega”. Ex Burley and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-180


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
515 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: 1926 (July 9) stampless O.H.M.S. envelope showing “OFFICIAL/PAID” mark PSO.4, also 1938 (Apr. 16) O.H.M.S. envelope front showing fine strike of scarce PSO.5, both to London and with despatch c.d.s. (2 items) Est. £150-200


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
516 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1926 (July 24) long Falkland Islands Co. envelope addressed to Howard Clement at Roy Cove franked at scarce 2oz. inland rate by 1d. (2) tied by fine PS.1B c.d.s. with complete company red wax seal on reverse. Ex Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-180


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
517 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1942 First Official Airmail Acceptance to the Falkland Islands, (Sept. 26) postcard from Norman Hill in Rotherham addressed to the Postmaster in Stanley (with request for return) franked G.B. 2d., 5d. and 1s. paying 1s.7d. ‘All the Way’ airmail postcard rate. with airmail etiquette and backstamped Oct. 16 arrival, having been carried by air across the North Atlantic and then on to Montevideo┬ábut thence by sea on the “Fitzroy” for the final leg. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
518 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1946, rare incoming censored cover from the British Occupation Zone in Germany franked 25pf. strip of three cancelled Kampen (Sylt Island) Apr. 8, with military censorship handstamp and resealing labels, backstamped Port Stanley June 10. Ex Cottis. Photo. The cover addressed to Helmuth Krauss at Darwin Harbour, a German national and qualified doctor who had been interned during World War II and had been permitted to help with general hospital work. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
519 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: 1946 (Mar. 10) ‘Marshall’ cover registered to Cornwall bearing eight values from 1/2d. to 1s., 1944 printings on greyish paper, scarce. Btwn. SH 76c and 88c. Ex Cottis. Est. £100-120


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
520 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1947 (June 3) airmail envelope registered to Philadelphia franked by 1938-50 1s.3d. tied by fine PS.3B c.d.s. with type 12 registration label, carried by favour to Montevideo by U.S. Submarine “Sea Robin” for onward air transmission, showing New York June 18 transit and arrival backstamps, scarce. Ex Cottis. Photo. The “Sea Robin” arrived at Port Stanley on June 4 on its return from a simulated war patrol and departed on June 6. (Image1) Est. £250-300


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
521 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1951 (Sept. 20) army form W3077 aerogramme to Cambridge franked 6d., with personal letter from Governor Sir Miles Clifford and showing albino embossed Government House handstamp. Ex Rose and Cottis. Photo. (Image1) Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
522 / c, entire, etc. Falkland Islands: 1977 (Nov.) two covers from Cape Pembroke airfield first flight, addressed to Hertfordshire from the same correspondence, one franked at first class airmail rate by Telecommunications 11p., the other an airmail envelope bearing 11p. and Flowers 111/2p., both cancelled PS.3 and with special cachet blacked out (non-philatelic mail thus treated, caused by the delayed opening). SH PS.AIR.3 v1. Est. £120-150


Closing..Mar-17, 04:00 AM EST.
523 / c, entire, etc. imageFalkland Islands: 1982 Conflict: (Apr. 2) commercial cover addressed to T. Spruce at the F.I.C. offices in Stanley franked by Fishes 5p. but with type II (flag at top) “2 ABR 1982” Argentinian Occupation c.d.s. alongside struck on the day of invasion. Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100


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

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