(South) 1890s OHMS formula registration envelope from Education Department additionally franked pair O.S. overprinted 2½d. cancelled by single unclear square circle; vertical filing crease at left.
(American and British Zones) 1949 60pf airmail letter sheet showing spelling variety ‘hochgeschlagen’ instead of ‘hochschlagen’, very fine unused with normal for comparison. (Michel LP 3I)
(Anatolia) 1901 20pa. postal stationery card to Grosskarben, Germany with negative seal of Nigde, arrival cancel bottom left, reverse with transit; card irregularly cut at top.
(Anjouan) 1895 (25 Mai) 10c. ‘Sultanat d’Anjouan’ postal stationery card to London cancelled blue octagonal ANJOUAN COL. FRANC., repeated at left and overstruck with D’Zaoudzi Mayotte transit, Marseille A La Reunion maritime date stamp, annotated “ViaLa Reunion/ et Seychelles”. Some toning, Ex. Grabowski.
(Austrian Occupation) 1878 (5/12) Hungarian 5Kr. stationery parcel card cancelled with Feldpost Expositur No.1A cds from Visegrad. Some tone spotting and central vertical filing crease but still a very rare usage of a Hungarian parcel form used during the Austrian Occupation of Bosnia, with only one so far recorded.
(Azores) 1918 (22 Agos) 1c. Ceres postal stationery card to Berlin, the message datelined from Angra, endorsed at top “Correspondencia de prisioneiros d. guerra” with local red censor cachets and violet German cachet at top upside down.
(Benin) 1900 (31 Dec) 10c. postal stationery card to Porto Novo cancelled Cotonou Dahomey cds with another strike at left, at bottom right straight-line APRES LE DEPART handstamp, arrival cd at base. With New Years message.
(British Post Offices) 1876 (DE 30) ‘ONE PENNY FARTHING’ postal stationery card to Paris cancelled ‘B02’ obliterator with A SUEZ cds in association, red London Paid cds alongside; very fine and clean and particularly scarce card used from here.
(British Post Offices) 1878 (JA 29) ‘ONE PENNY FARTHING’ postal stationery card, endorsed “Via Naples” to London cancelled ‘B01’ obliterator with Alexandria cds in association, red London arrival cds of 5 FE; small repaired punch hole to left of this cancel; scarce card used overseas.
(Bulgaria) 1875 5sld postal stationery card with frame to Vienna cancelled by fine thimble WIDDIN cds (21/12/75), double-ring Wien arrival at left; a fine clean example. G. Todd A.I.E.P. Cert.
(Capeof Good Hope) 1896 1d. postal stationery envelope to Amsterdam, undefranked with hexagonal framed ‘T/ 15c.’ handstamp just below stamp image and a 15c postage due applied on arrival , arrival backstamp; fine and clean condition.
(China Combination I.P.O.) 1901 (17 Apr) card to Leipzig, from Swatow where domestic postage was paid in cash and bilingual cds applied, the 4c on 3c black surcharge stationery card bearing red framed I.P.O. handstamp and image tied Hong Kong cds, arrival cancels at left. The card with ‘Reply’ erased, a very rare usage of this stationery card.
(China I.P.O.) 1901 2c. postal stationery envelope to Leipzig, bearing bilingual Amoy cds where cash was paid for the internal postage, very unusually a 2c. stationery envelope has been used together with pair 4c. to make 10c. overseas rate all cancelled with two fine framed I.P.O. handstamps of Amoy and three cds, arrival backstamp. The backflap is missing but a very rare example of cash paid on a stationery envelope.
(Commemorative Stationery) 1894 10c Umberto illustrated card for International Stamp Show with image at left in blue and turquoise, sent registered to Zurich, Switzerland with additional 25c., tied Milano cds, ‘R’ handstamp with manuscript number at base and arrival cds bottom right; fine and scarce usage.
(Crete) 1910 10 lepta outward section of postal stationery card to Dresden, Germany cancelled by Sitia Harbour cds; some overall toning.
(East Africa) 1906 incoming uprated Great Britain King Edward VII ½d. postal stationery envelope from Manchester to German Post Office at Mahenge, with Dar-es-Salaam transit of 29/5 and arrival of 29/6.
(Formula Stationery) 1879 (AP 2) ‘2 CENTS’ dull rose on Mauritius Post Card printed formula to a Government School at Poudre D’Or, cancelled by fine and clear B53 duplex, with full message on reverse.
(French Post Offices) 1908 4 Cents on 10c outward section of reply stationery card to Lausanne, Switzerland cancelled Tien-Tsin Chine Poste Francaise with another strike alongside and arrival cds above, good condition.
(French Zone – Baden) 1948 set of six stationery cards, (P1-6) 20pf small stain at top otherwise fine condition with sharp corners.
(French Zone – Rheinland-Pfalz) 1948 set of six stationery cards, (P1-6), the single 8pf. with slight fingerprints otherwise fine condition with sharp corners.