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France (Corsica – Wreck Mail) On 7th June 1903 the steamer “Insulaire” ran into and sank the “Liban” steamer of the same company off the Isles of Maries. Two items, firstly an envelope sent on 5th June from St Florent Le Viel to Bastia, redirected on 29th, second commercial envelope from Marseille to Bastia. Both envelopes have straight-line handstamp ‘NAUFRAGE du LIBAN’, the first envelope without stamps otherwise good condition, the second with stamps but distressed condition.France (Corsica – Wreck Mail) On 7th June 1903 the steamer “Insulaire” ran into and sank the “Liban” steamer of the same company off the Isles of Maries. Two items, firstly an envelope sent on 5th June from St Florent Le Viel to Bastia, redirected on 29th, second commercial envelope from Marseille to Bastia. Both envelopes have straight-line handstamp ‘NAUFRAGE du LIBAN’, the first envelope without stamps otherwise good condition, the second with stamps but distressed condition.France (Corsica – Wreck Mail) On 7th June 1903 the steamer “Insulaire” ran into and sank the “Liban” steamer of the same company off the Isles of Maries. Two items, firstly an envelope sent on 5th June from St Florent Le Viel to Bastia, redirected on 29th, second commercial envelope from Marseille to Bastia. Both envelopes have straight-line handstamp ‘NAUFRAGE du LIBAN’, the first envelope without stamps otherwise good condition, the second with stamps but distressed condition.France (Corsica – Wreck Mail) On 7th June 1903 the steamer “Insulaire” ran into and sank the “Liban” steamer of the same company off the Isles of Maries. Two items, firstly an envelope sent on 5th June from St Florent Le Viel to Bastia, redirected on 29th, second commercial envelope from Marseille to Bastia. Both envelopes have straight-line handstamp ‘NAUFRAGE du LIBAN’, the first envelope without stamps otherwise good condition, the second with stamps but distressed condition.

France

Covers and stamps / Corsica / France / Crash and wreck

(Corsica – Wreck Mail) On 7th June 1903 the steamer “Insulaire” ran into and sank the “Liban” steamer of the same company off the Isles of Maries. Two items, firstly an envelope sent on 5th June from St Florent Le Viel to Bastia, redirected on 29th, second commercial envelope from Marseille to Bastia. Both envelopes have straight-line handstamp ‘NAUFRAGE du LIBAN’, the first envelope without stamps otherwise good condition, the second with stamps but distressed condition.

£95

Hong Kong (Crash Mail)  1937 (20 NO) airmail cover from Kowloon to Glasgow carried on “Cygnus” that crashed with framed DAMAGED BY SEA-WATER handstamp, reverse with Victoria transit; stamp soaked off and some blue staining from water.Hong Kong (Crash Mail)  1937 (20 NO) airmail cover from Kowloon to Glasgow carried on “Cygnus” that crashed with framed DAMAGED BY SEA-WATER handstamp, reverse with Victoria transit; stamp soaked off and some blue staining from water.

Hong Kong

Covers and stamps / Hong Kong / Crash and wreck

(Crash Mail) 1937 (20 NO) airmail cover from Kowloon to Glasgow carried on “Cygnus” that crashed with framed DAMAGED BY SEA-WATER handstamp, reverse with Victoria transit; stamp soaked off and some blue staining from water.

£195

Indo-China 1929 registered airmail cover from France with adhesives cancelled by Poste Aerienne France – Indo-Chine date stamps, at centre three-line violet RAID INTERROMPU/ PAR ACCIDENT/ Retour a l’envoyeur; fine condition.

Indo-China

Covers and stamps / France / Indo-Chine / Crash and wreck / Airmail

1929 registered airmail cover from France with adhesives cancelled by Poste Aerienne France – Indo-Chine date stamps, at centre three-line violet RAID INTERROMPU/ PAR ACCIDENT/ Retour a l’envoyeur; fine condition.

£75

1936 Ethiopia 1936 airmail cover to Vienna, the plane though caught fire and it crashed at Benghazi, Libya. The mail was partly recovered and a two-line cachet applied, Ricuperata Incendio/ drovolante I-RODI, Italian Office sealing tape applied at top, arrival backstamps. Stamps washed off and some slight faults as to be expected.

1936

Covers and stamps / Ethiopia / Italian Colonies / Libya / Crash and wreck / Airmail

Ethiopia 1936 airmail cover to Vienna, the plane though caught fire and it crashed at Benghazi, Libya. The mail was partly recovered and a two-line cachet applied, 'Ricuperata Incendio/ drovolante I-RODI', Italian Office sealing tape applied at top, arrival backstamps. Stamps washed off and some slight faults as to be expected.

£245