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Lot Symbol CatNo. Lot Description CV or Estimate
697 c   Biabou, 1834 cover to London, dated October 2 and rated "1/7", with Ship Letter postmark of Plymouth and red c.d.s. on back. a rare cover originating from a small village. Est. $150-200


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698 c   imageBiabou, "BI" Abbreviated Village Datestamp, a clear strike, handstamped in red and dated September 26, 1878 on envelope to Twickenham, bearing 1877 1s Vermilion perf. 11 to 12½ x 15, tied by bold strike of "A10" barred oval with St. Vincent black c.d.s. alongside, backstamped at Bristol and on arrival, envelope with small faults without importance; ex-Messenger and Jaffé. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000


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699 c   imageBridgetown, provisional St. Vincent Code "C" datestamp, tying the franking on two May-September 1907 envelopes to Panama and Washington, the earlier bearing 1904-11 ½d single and strip of four, with Colon transit and Pedro Miguel receiving c.d.s.'s on back; the later cover franked by 1904-11 ½d and 1907-08 1d pair, backstamped on arrival, both showing Kingstown transit c.d.s. on reverse; two of only four covers recorded during this rare provisional period of usage at Bridgetown; it is presumed that this datestamp was into use in this village from only July 1905 to March 1908. (Image) Est. $500-750


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700 c   imageCalliaqua, Extended Village Datestamp, diameter 19.25mm., applied alongside on face of April 1887 and April 1897 1d stationery postcards, the earlier sent to Calliaqua and struck on arrival, the later on departure, as well as on 1904 postcard to Vienna bearing KEVII ½d; fine-very fine, a scarce type. (Image) Est. $200-300


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701 c   imageCanouan, Extended Village Datestamp, diameter 19.25mm., tying 1905 ½d pair, repeated alongside with superb strike on May 10, 1907 envelope to London, Gray correspondence, showing, on reverse, Kingstown and London c.d.s.'s, clean and rare; ex-Messenger and Jaffé. (Image) Est. $300-400


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702 c   imageChateaubelair, "CH" Abbreviated Village Datestamp, an outstandingly neat strike, dated July 31, 1883 1½d stationery postcard to port of Spain, Trinidad, cancelled by "A10" barred oval , with St. Vincent and Trinidad datestamps alongside, the card with some minor discoloration of no importance; the finest of just four items known bearing this abbreviated datestamp; ex-Jaffé. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000


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703 c   imageChateaubelair, Extended Village datestamp, diameter 19.5 mm., on front of 1895 1d stationery postcard to Barbados, and 1897 registered envelope to London, Myerscough correspondence, bearing 1885-93 ½d Green pair and strip of three, and 1d Rose-red, a fine and unusual duo. (Image) Est. $200-300


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704 c   Chateaubelair, Extended Village datestamp, diameter 24 mm., used on three items, showing the code letter "C" sideways down on 1902 1d stationery postcard to Holland, also "C" sideways up, unrecorded variety exhibited on 1941 envelope to Barbados bearing 1938 2½d, 3d, 6d and 1s., tying this franking and repeated adjacent, as well as tying the franking on 1909 cover to Colon, Panama being an infrequent destination, bearing 1907-08 2½d; a fine group. Est. $150-200


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705 O S.G. 15 imageColonarie, manuscript usage; S.G. #15, 1871 1d Black, extraordinarily showing "Colonarie/11th Dec/72" in manuscript with date, some toning of no importance for this, the only recorded manuscript usage in the classic period; 2006 B.P.A. certificate. (Image) Est. $300-400


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706 c   imageColonaire, "CO" Abbreviated Village Datestamp, in red tying the franking and with extraordinarily neat strike alongside on July 28, 1882 envelope to Tourama, a large estate at Rabacca, paying the internal rate with 1881 1d Drab; a most desirable example, the finest of only three recorded on cover -no covers with this postmark were gathered in the extensive Messenger and Jaffé collections-, in addition, one of two Abbreviated Datestamp covers so far recorded not passing through Kingstown. (Image) Est. $2,000-3,000


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707 c   imageColonaire, Extended Village datestamp, diameter 19.5 mm., used on two covers including "Myerscough" envelope to London bearing 1885-93 ½d, three singles and two vertical strip of three, and 2½d on 1d, showing the Colonaire datestamp alongside, and 2d registered formula envelope to London (part of the franking missing on back) bearing 1902 1d tied by this type c.d.s., repeated alongside. (Image) Est. $200-300


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708 c   imageCumberland, Extended Village datestamp, diameter 19.25 mm., tying the frankings on three 1913-1937 registered envelopes to United States, the earliest franked by 1913-17 ½d and two 1d, the other two being 2d stationery items, one (creased at left, clear of the franking) additionally bearing 1913-17 2½d, the other with 1921-32 ½d, 1d and 2½d, fine and unusual. (Image) Est. $250-300


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709 c   imageGeorgetown, "G" Abbreviated Village datestamp, one of the finest available strikes of this postmark struck in red on arrival on front of April 10, 1876 envelope from Queensland to Kingstown, bearing 2d, 3d, two 6d (both defective), each lightly cancelled "113" with Pimpama and oval "Paid" datestamps alongside, faults to envelope at top left; nine covers are recorded exhibiting this postmark, of which only two are incoming external mails, this being a very rare characteristic in the Abbreviated Datestamp covers extant; ex-Gilbert-Lodge and Messenger. (Image) Est. $750-1,000


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710 c   imageGeorgetown, "G" Abbreviated Village datestamp, partly struck at top of March 9, 1880 mourning envelope to Sussex, bearing 1877 1s Vermilion tied by "GB/40c" accountancy marking, St. Vincent c.d.s. at left, a scarce franking enhancing this Abbreviated datestamp usage; ex-Jaffé. (Image) Est. $500-750


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711 c S.G. 39 imageKingstown, "K" Abbreviated Village datestamp; struck alongside the franking on November 30, 1882 cover to Rabacca, upper back flap missing, franked by 1882-83 1d Drab, defective at upper left, cancelled by "GB/40c" accountancy marking and paying the internal rate, some slight soiling. (Image) Est. $300-400


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712 c   imageKingstown, "K" Abbreviated Village datestamp; July 30, 1884 envelope addressed to Kingstown, roughly opened at top, apparently originating from Georgetown with c.d.s. in center, franked by 1882-83 1d Drab, supposedly tied on arrival by fine strike "K" datestamp, repeated alongside, a rare usage on internal mail and tying the franking. (Image) Est. $300-400


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713 c   imageLayou, Extended Village Datestamp, diameter 19.5 mm., struck in center of January 24, 1896 envelope to New Orleans, franked by 1890 2½d on 1d grey-blue, tied by Kingstown c.d.s., repeated alongside, with United States transit and arrival c.d.s.'s, some minor tone spots, scarce. (Image) Est. $150-200


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714 c   imageMayreau, Extended village Datestamp, diameter 23.5 mm., "Mayreau/St Vincent B.W.I." tying the franking and three times repeated alongside on face of August 13, 1932 registered envelope to Tacoma, United States, franked by 1921-32 4d Red and yellow, taxed on arrival with 3c postage due, with previous application of "T" and "Postage Due__Cents" markings, a very rare usage. (Image) Est. $200-300


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715 c   imageMesopotamia, Extended village Datestamp, diameter 22.5 mm., a fine strike placed to the left of August 2, 1896 envelope to New York, franked by 1893 2½d on 1d Blue, tied by Kingstown c.d.s., with receiving postmark on reverse, one of few covers recorded with this datestamp; ex-Messenger and Jaffé. (Image) Est. $400-500


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716 O   imagePeruvian Vale, Extended village Datestamp, diameter 21.5 mm., 1885-93 1d Red showing light virtually complete strike, a little toned, otherwise fine, one of only twelve examples known; ex-Jaffé. (Image) Est. $250-300


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