1917 two stationery parcel cards, one uprated, both addressed to “82nd Field Ambulance, Salonicca Forces”, both also bear double-ring Armee D’Orient/ Censure/ Militaire. A most unusual pair, each with slight faults.
1919 (14.8.) printed headed envelope from Constantinople to Paris franked Merson 40c. strip of three and Sower 5c. tied by two framed ARMEES ALLIEES EN ORIENT/ POSTE AERIENNE cachets, Tresor et Postes 506 cds, arrival backstamp.
1919 (22.9.) envelope to American Express, Paris franked Merson 1f. and Sower 10c. and 15c. tied by framed ARMEES ALLIEES EN ORIENT/ POSTE AERIENNE cachet, Tresor et Postes 506 cds, censor tape at top that is tied at back.
1919 stampless envelope to France with manuscript annotation at top”8eme Direction au Service Teleg/ Centre des Armees Allies. S.P.502”with boxed violet cachet below ‘ARMEES ALLIEES EN ORIENT/ POSTE AERIENNE’, Tresor et Postes cd alongside; roughly opened at base.
1942 two censored cover sent from Corfu to Athens both franked with Italian Occupation for Ionian Islands stamps in combination with Greek 1934 Charity stamps. Censor cachets and labels.
: (Guernsey) 1861 (MY 9) envelope to a Lieutenant in 21st Regt, Penang, Straits of Malacca, bearing mixed franking 1854-57 1d. line engraved (3) and 1855-57 6d tied ‘324’ duplex, arrival cds and forwarded to Madras, India with a manuscript “1 as” charge and arrival cds.
Insured cover used to send 300 roubles to Vindava, franked on reverse 3k, 4k (strip of 3 & single) & 50k Arms issue, cancelled in violet “NO 4 FIELD POST OFFICE / PRIAMUR DISTRICT 18 IX 1905”. Wax seals with same inscription. Blue cachet of 2nd NERCHINSK COSSACK REGIMENT. Blue-lined registration label reads “RESERVE FIELD POST OFFICE No 4” with NINGUTA added by hand. Received VINDAVA, Courland Province (Baltic States) 22 X 1905; opened-out for display. This cover established the location of No4 FPO at Ninguta, Manchuria. Illustrated K.Adler “British Journal of Russian Philately” 16 (1954), page 471. Ex Dr. Casey
Volunteer Contingent in France 1917 (Mar) envelope endorsed at top "OAS" to Paget East cancelled Field Post Office H.W. (located Arras area) with red British Field censor 2781 and violet P.C. Bermuda handstamp; a little roughly opened at top.