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Cavendish Philatelic Auctions Ltd. Sale: 838

Worldwide Stamps & Postal History

Sale No: 838
Lot No: 136

image SHIP LETTERS MIX INC. 1901 GIBRALTAR DUKE OF YORK VISIT PC, TRANSATLANTIC, CANARIES, ETC.; Fine 1816 E ex Philadelphia to London by the 'Rachel & Anne' ex the famous Barbadian preacher "William Turton" (filing note) with v. fine early framed step-type "LIVERPOOL/SHIP LETTER" on the front, similar 1827 EL (in French) ex NY to London by the 'Francis Henrietta' ex Papal diplomat "Count Lucchesi" with mention of "la Proclamation du President" (Quincy Adams; ref. GB reparations to US for slaves freed at the end of the 'War of 1812'; Lucchesi is mentioned twice in Q Adams' diaries), 1845 E ex NY to London "P. Virginian' with boxed "LIVERPOOL/SHIP" d.s., fine used 26 Mar. 1901 Wrench's Royal Visit PC ex Gibraltar with GB 1d Lilac tied by "SHIP-LETTER/LONDON" cds, 1902/4 PPC pair ex Canary Is to London with "SHIP LETTER" cds of "PLYMOUTH" (cancelling Spanish stamp) or "SOUTHAMPTON" & 1845 letter (no env.) ex GB to US with thanks for receipt of the Michigan Rose" plant. (7 items) Cross Reference: UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, TRANSATLANTIC MAIL, LANCASHIRE - LIVERPOOL, GIBRALTAR (Image)

Opening GBP 160.00
Sold...GBP 160.00

Closed..Sep-08-2021, 09:13:48 EST
Sold For 160

Sale No: 838
Lot No: 137

image ANTI-SLAVE SHIP PATROL COVER - EX H.M.S. 'SERPENT' AT BARBADOS EN ROUTE FOR THE AMAZON; Remarkable 16 Mar. 1834 EL (overall toning and some worn folds and a couple of closed tears around seal area but complete and sound) from "Wm. M. Mclure" the "Surgeon [on] H.M.S. Serpent, Barbados, West Indies" to his brother in Belfast with v. fine "DEAL/SHIP LETTER" on the front plus London (3 May) and "BELFAST" cds's on the flap. The writer notes that "We sail tomorrow for Para [now Macapa] at the mouth of the Amazon after which we cruise for slaves and return here in six weeks". The Spanish slavers were very active at the time and the Brazilians were not enforcing anti-slave agreements very well. This ship later (29 June 1835) captured the Spanish slaver 'Tita' between Cuba & Turks with 394 slaves from Whydah on board (bound for Matanzas). A very early letter from a British anti-slave vessel. [The Serpent was also almost wrecked off Spithead in a Nov. 1836 hurricane - print included - and in the 1840s she was active in the China/Hong Kong area.] Cross Reference: SLAVES AND SLAVERY, BARBADOS, NAVAL MAIL, KENT (Image)

Opening GBP 380.00
Sold...GBP 380.00

Closed..Sep-08-2021, 09:14:27 EST
Sold For 380

Sale No: 838
Lot No: 138
Cat No: Collection

image BODENSEE STEAMER MAIL: Two binders with a written-up 19th & 20th Century Bodensee (Lake Constance) steamer mail collection of cards (with many p.stat & real photo), covers & ephemera covering all five states operating steamer mail services inc. (23 Aug.) 1885 10c Switzerland p.stat card ex Rorschach to Munich with fine & early use of "See Rorschach" h.s. in black & (12 Aug.) Bavarian 5pf p.stat card mailed on steamer to Rorschach with fine "SEE-RORSCHACH" h.s. also in black, 1897 env with five state franking [a practice forbidden from 1899] all tied "KONSTANZ-BREGENZ SCHIFFSPOST KURS 24 8.4.97" to Lurrach & Bavarian 3pf p.stat card uprated with frankings from the other four states all tied "SCHIFFSPOST/RSHORN 72 LIND." cds's, 1903 PPC (v. attractive embossed Wittelsback family coat of arms & inset photo of steamer) to Munich franked Bayern 5f with fine "Schiffsbrief" h.s. in black, 1909 PPC (of steamer "Bavaria") franked 5f tied "K.K. OESTERR. SCHIFFSPOST AM BODENSEE" cds with fine "Gruss vom Dampfsciff/Bavaria" cachet in purple alongside, etc. An extensive and attractive collection (qty) Cross Reference: AUSTRIA, GERMAN STATES, SWITZERLAND, PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

Opening GBP 280.00
Sold...GBP 280.00

Closed..Sep-08-2021, 09:14:50 EST
Sold For 280

Sale No: 838
Lot No: 141
Cat No: Collection

image HAMBURG-AMERICA LINE PC GROUP: A written-up 1898-1912 range of used & unused mainly PPC of company ships (some real photo) inc. 1899 PPC (S.S. "Pretoria") to USA written on board while 'anchored in Plymouth harbour' franked GB 1d Lilac tied London cds, 1902 PPC (S.S. Furst Bismark) to New York franked USA 2c tied "U.S. GERMAN" cds the picture side being signed by a number of the ship's officers, 1907 PPC (S.S. Kronprinz Wilhelm) to New York franked USA 2c tied by ship board "U.S. GERMAN" cds, 1908 PPC (Rock of Gibraltar and Hamburg-America Line steamer) to USA franked Gibraltar 1d & tied Gibraltar cds, 1912 PPC (S.S. Cleveland) to New York franked Portugal 20r tied Funchal Madeira cds, 1935 pair of company 'Telegramm' PCs ex HAPAG office in Hamburg to India each with 5pf meter mark and fine company 'four ship' cachet with Hamburg cds alongside, etc. (25) Cross Reference: SHIPS/SHIPPING, PICTURE POSTCARDS, GERMANY, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (Image)

Opening GBP 300.00
Sold...GBP 300.00

Closed..Sep-08-2021, 09:15:53 EST
Sold For 300
Sale No: 838
Lot No: 144
Cat No: Collection

image NORDDEUTSCHER LLOYD BREMEN PPC & MENU CARD GROUP: The written up 1895-1914 range of PPCs plus menus inc. 1895 PPC (S.S. Spree, lower corner faults) written on board 'off Dover' franked German 10pf tied "BREMEN/NEW-YORK" seeport ds. with Southampton "SHIP LETTER" arrival cds below, 1900 PPC (S.S. Kaiser Wilhelm Der Grosse) franked France 10c Sower tied Cherbourg cds, 1906 US Private Mailing Card PPC (S.S. Kronprinz Wilhelm) franked USA 2c tied scarce "U.S. GERMAN SEA P.O." cds [only recorded 1906/7] with "11" in oval, etc. Plus (Nov.) 1896 quartet of breakfast or lunch menu cards from the steamer 'Ems' each with a different attractive and eye catching top bearing a painting of an NDL steamer plus 1933 'S.S. Bremen' dinner menu commemorating the 50th anniversary of Wagner's death. (8 PPCs & 4 menus) Cross Reference: GERMANY, SHIPS/SHIPPING, PICTURE POSTCARDS (Image)

Opening GBP 110.00
Sold...GBP 110.00

Closed..Sep-08-2021, 09:17:20 EST
Sold For 110

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