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“SG62” c.1860 Rose. Souvenir envelope and enclosure which opens out into the shape of a Rose with illustrations of European places of worship and interest to the tourist (both sides).


1841 SG7 1d. Red-brown, plate 11, CE, entire Birmingham to Derby.


1841 Wrapper, Glasgow to Cockburnspath, sent unpaid with just a superb black maltese cross at top right.


1847 The Post Magazine used in Liverpool.


1859 1d. Pink Envelope. Uprated with 2d. Blue Pl.7 (SG45) and 4d. Carmine (SG66) and sent by Registered mail from LEICESTER to ASHBY DE LA ZOUCH.


1863 POSTAL NOTICE.- CAUTION about valuable enclosures sent in unregistered letters…


1876 1/2d. Rose-red, plate 11, EF, on printed Great Northern Railway notice of “Advice of goods carried at station to station rates”.


1886 1d. Pink Advertising ring in buff of W.T Avery of Birmingham.




1891 Argentina wrapper to Stirling, re-directed to Yorkshire.


1896 1d. Brown wrapper, uprated with 2 1/2d. Jubilee, London to Egypt.


1897 Machine Cancellations. Imperial Mail Marking Machine Co. carried out demonstration trials in London…


1900 “The Lord Chancellor” – Proof strike of the official certifying handstamp on a virtually pristine envelope with embossed seal on reverse.


1902 British Stamped wrapper used in Constantinople.


1902 ½d. Green wrapper advertising “Stubbs’ Weekly Gazette.” Sent locally in LONDON to Strand…


1903 1d. Carmine postcard, used from Constantinople to London.


1903 Admiralty Official envelope addressed to the “Officer Commanding I.S.S Formidable” at Portishead.


1904 1/2d. Post card, ADMIRALTY OFFICIAL type I, overprint from H.M.S Defiance.


1904 1d. Carmine Foreign post card used from Salonica to Greece, dated 10.3.04.


1904 1d. Carmine post card, used from Constantinople to Hilwan, Egypt.


1904 1d. Carmine postcard used from Constantinople to London.


1904 Stationery 1d. Ed. 7th, Beyrout to london.


1905 1d. Orange – cheque/ receipts stamp used on cover, Chelsea to Linden Gardens, London.


1907 POST CARD – Depicting “Queenie Leighton” (British music hall star of the Edwardian era). The postage being paid by a Victorian ½d. Green stationery cut-out… prohibited up until 1905.


1911 1/2d. Green. Post card. Very fine used. First Day of Issue and Coronation Day!


1911 Junior Philatelic Society envelope to New York, USA.


1911 ½d Unofficial “paste-up”.


1912 Wilkinson Experimental Slot Machine. Cover to Catford with a neat impressed LONDON E.C/ POSTAGE PAID in magenta.


1921 1d. Orange, cheque/ receipt stamps x2, used on local Newbury cover dated 8th March 1921.


1922 1d. Pale Scarlet. S.House Experimental Printing. (very course impression)


1956 Underpaid commercial cover used locally in Walsall with 1d. Postage due.


1d. Pink uprated with 1s. Pale Green. from Ramsgate to New York.


Birmingham Letter Carrier Handstamp. Three different examples.


c.1920 F L Smithe Co. Embossed Envelope.


Canada 1906 1c. Blue-green. Superb used on a wonderfully decorative U.P.U. Post Card with a religious theme and the music to “Ave Maria”…


EDVII SG257 1902 10d. + 1/- DLR paying re-direction fee from London to Berlin. Originally sent from the Keeper of His Majesty’s Privy Purse (probably and invitation).