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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).

£595.00

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

£175.00

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

£1,500.00

1847 The Post Magazine used in Liverpool.

£475.00

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.

£550.00

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

£1,200.00

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

£95.00

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

£395.00

1890 “POST OFFICE JUBILEE OF UNIFORM PENNY POSTAGE”.

£350.00

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

£165.00

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

£110.00

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

£2,350.00

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

£250.00

1902 British Stamped wrapper used in Constantinople.

£750.00

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

£35.00

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

£95.00

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

£750.00

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

£695.00

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

£125.00

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

£125.00

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

£95.00

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

£110.00

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

£75.00

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.

£45.00

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

£200.00

1911 Junior Philatelic Society envelope to New York, USA.

£275.00

1911 ½d Unofficial “paste-up”.

£250.00

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

£210.00

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

£125.00

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

£550.00

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

£475.00

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

£425.00

Birmingham Letter Carrier Handstamp. Three different examples.

£200.00

c.1920 F L Smithe Co. Embossed Envelope.

£165.00

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”…

£325.00

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).

£650.00