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British Empire and Foreign Countries continued...

Bermuda continued...
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201 Unmounted imageBermuda: Railways: 1931 3d. and 6d. “B.R.Co. Ltd’/Parcel, Goods, etc., Stamp” labels, both unmounted mint and unsevered (Ticket plus receipt), scarce. This was the last type of ticket used by the railway before its closure, parcels and mail subsequently no longer carried as rapidly across the island nor able to be rushed to Hamilton in order to catch an earlier boat. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
202 / c, entire, etc. imageBermuda: Covers and Cancellations: 1880 (July 8) envelope to Nova Scotia bearing 1865-1903 perf. 14 1d. and 6d. tied by Hamilton duplex, St. John and Kentville c.d.s.’s. on reverse, a few imperfections at top from opening, otherwise fine. Photo.
VAT 20% (Image1)
Est. £300-400


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
203 / c, entire, etc. imageBermuda: Covers and Cancellations: 1901 cover from Transvaal to a P.O.W. at Bermuda, bearing all four Bermuda censor marks, with “Opened under Martial Law” censor label. Photo. (Image1) Est. £400-450


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
204 / c, entire, etc. imageBermuda: Covers and Cancellations: 1916 to 1918 incoming covers (10) and cards (4) from a correspondence sent by a Bermudan volunteer in the British Forces in Europe, with A.P.O. or F.P.O cancellations and most censored. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
205 / c, entire, etc. Bermuda: Covers and Cancellations: A collection of covers and cards in four albums, leaves and loose, incl. instructional marks, censored mail, postage dues, maritime mail, f.d.c’s with 1935 Silver Jubilee set on two covers, postal stationery with postcards 1893 provisional 1d. unused, registered envelopes, wrappers with 1950-51 1/4d. on 1/4d., 3/4d. on 1/4d. unused, etc. (few 100s) Est. £400-500


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Guiana
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206 / Used / imageBritish Guiana: 1852 1c. black on magenta, a used single, pressed horizontal crease otherwise fine and rare. R.P.S. certificate (1994). S.G. 9, cat. £5,500. Photo. (Image1) Est. £1,000-1,200


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Honduras
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207 nh imageBritish Honduras: 1888 (Jan.) 2c. on 6d. rose, perf. 121/2, upper right corner marginal mint strip of three with two unmounted, a very rare corner multiple. S.G. 23. Photo.
VAT 20% (Image1)
Est. £1,200-1,500


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
208 nh imageBritish Honduras: 1891 6c. in red on 10c. on 4d. mauve, with variety “6” and bar inverted, an unused marginal pair, pen notes on reverse not detracting from very fine appearance. R.P.S. certificate (1918). S.G. 43a. Photo.
VAT 20% (Image1)
Est. £1,200-1,500


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
209 nh bl imageBritish Honduras: 1935 Silver Jubilee 3c. and 4c. mint corner blocks of four, both variety ‘extra flagstaff’ [Pl. 1, R. 9/1], the first with light horizontal crease affecting two stamps, otherwise fine. Ex Rand. S.G. 143, a, 144, a, cat. £281+. Photo. (Image1) Est. £80-100


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Levant: British Post Offices in the Turkish Empire: Beirut
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210 / c, entire, etc. British Levant: British Post Office in Beyrout 1888 business cover to England, 1896 40pa. on 21/2d. stationery envelope and 1898 postcard to Cairo, all with Beyrout hooded datestamps. Est. £80-100


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Levant: British Post Offices in the Turkish Empire: Constantinople
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211 British Levant: British Post Office in Constantinople, selection with 1893 cover to London, franked by GG 21/2d., 1896 40pa. on 21/2d. stationery envelope to Belgium, 1898 postcard franked by G.B. 1881 1d. lilac, 1901 postcard to Italy, franked by G.B. 1881 1d. lilac and 40pa. on 21/2d., also three pieces, all with Constantinople datestamps. Est. £120-150


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Levant: British Post Offices in the Turkish Empire: Smyrna
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212 / c, entire, etc. British Levant: British Post Office in Smyrna 1897-1902 two postcards, envelope and mail tag, all with Smyrna cancellations. Est. £100-120


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Levant: Turkish Currency
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213 / c, entire, etc. imageBritish Levant: Turkish Currency: 1893 40pa. on _d. vermilion handstamped Constantinople provisional used on (Feb. 28) envelope (folds) from British P.O. Constantinople to Beyrout with Mar. 9 arrival on reverse, scarce usage. B.P.A. certificate (1952). Also a used single. S.G. 7. Photo. (Image1) Est. £180-200


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
British Levant: Postal Stationery
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214 / c, entire, etc. imageBritish Levant: Postal Stationery: Unoverprinted Stamped Postcards: 1892 1d. brown Foreign card (CP 15a), used from Constantinople to London with “C” in vertical barred oval, fine and rare. Photo. (Image1) Est. £150-180


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
215 / c, entire, etc. British Levant: Postal Stationery: Unoverprinted Stamped Postcards: 1901 (Nov. 22) 1d. + 1d. red reply paid postcard (CP 28), outward half 1895 (Jan. 30) used from Constantinople to Germany with Constantinople c.d.s. code “B” & “C”, also Smyrna to Germany c.d.s. code “B”, fine. (2) Est. £60-80


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
216 / c, entire, etc. imageBritish Levant: Postal Stationery: Unoverprinted Stamped Registered Envelopes: 1883 (Oct. 16), 1883 issue 2d. registered envelope (RP 13G), used from Constantinople to Colchester uprated with 21/2d. (3) adhesives, cancelled by 9mm “C” in barred oval, British Post Office Constantinople c.d.s. code “A” in red. Very fine and rare triple rate. Photo. (Image1) Est. £200-250


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
217 British Levant: Postal Stationery: Overprinted Foreign Rate Postcards: 1902 K.E.VII 1d.+1d. carmine reply paid postcards (CP 47) with type I “LEVANT” overprint, outward halves used from Constantinople to Edinburgh and Brussels, from Smyrna to Austria, reply half used Mar. 1902 from Constantinople to Dresden, also unused cards fine. (5) Est. £100-120


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
218 / c, entire, etc. imageBritish Levant: Postal Stationery: Overprinted Foreign Rate Postcards: 1902 K.E.VII 1d. + 1d. carmine reply paid postcard (CP 47) with type I “LEVANT” overprint unused and outward half used from Beirut to France on June 9 1909, fine. Only one example recorded, and one used from Salonica to Germany. (Image1) Est. £70-80


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
219 / c, entire, etc. British Levant: Postal Stationery: A study of the Overprinted Foreign Rate Postcards: 1911 K.E.VII 1d. carmine postcards (CP 56b & 5bc) McCorquodale printing, Arms over “I” or “A”, with type II “LEVANT” overprint, unused and used from Constantinople, c.d.s’s codes “C” and “D”, Beyrout c.d.s. code “A”, Salonica c.d.s. codes “A” & “B”, Smyrna “A”, Stamboul “*”, fine group. (10 items) Est. £80-100


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.
220 / c, entire, etc. British Levant: Postal Stationery: Surcharged Registration Envelopes: 1902 K.E.VII issue 3d. brown (RP 24) surcharged 40 Paras size H unused and used from Constantinople to Berlin on Dec. 17 1907, size K unused on white and brown paper, fine. (4) Est. £80-100


Closing..Feb-21, 04:00 AM EST.

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