(Stamp Collector) 1907 1c stationery card uprated 1c. from Pittsburg to Paris with reverse bearing image of E. Doeblin, a candidate for President of the American Philatelic Association.
1880 incoming Great Britain 1d. postal stationery card to Rustschuk bearing fine blue arrival cancel on front, unusual on stationery. The card is an order for stamps from Stanley Gibbons & Co., then on Gower Street. Small tear at top of card.
1884 (Apr 20) cover to Birmingham, franked 1881 1c. Quetzal (2) each with heavy central segmented cork cancel and left hand stamp tied by CORREOS DE GUATEMALA date stamp, Sparbrook arrival backstamp; damaged bottom right corner, rare.
1886 (Abr 27) registered cover to Halifax, N.S., Canada bearing single franking 1886 Pres. Rufino Barrios 25c on 1p. with blue cork cancel, at left framed datestamp in same colour and a registration handstamp with various erased manuscript numbers, the envelope with handstamp endorsement ‘Por via LIVINGSTON’, reverse with Boston transit and arrival cds. Some slight grubbiness, scarce commercial item.
1886 (May 30) registered yellow envelope to Leipzig bearing single franking 1886 Pres. Rufino Barrios 25c on 1p. tied framed datestamp and a registration handstamp with manuscript number, the envelope with handstamp endorsement ‘Por via LIVINGSTON’, partly overstruck with New York transit registration label with transit cds on reverse together with arrival cds.
1888 (FE 20) Two piastres registered stationery envelope to Colchester, uprated two 30 para pairs and a 1pi. tied Limassol square circles, Registered Cyprus date stamp at left, London transit, reverse with Larnaca single circle cds and Colchester arrival.
1890 (10 Oct) registered cover to ‘Winch Brothers’, Colchester bearing 1881-84 ‘SIX PENCE’ surcharge tied by ‘A11’ obliterator and St. Lucia cds, with another strike to left and Registered London transit, arrival backstamp.
1891 20c registration postal stationery envelope to Colchester, uprated 75c on front tied by oval Registered date stamps, London oval below, arrival backstamp.
1891 cover to Colchester, endorsed "SS Benin" franked 1/2d. green and 2d. tied '556' obliterator, Cape Coast cds in association at left, Liverpool transit, arrival backstamp.
1891 registered Winch Brothers cover franked pair 10c. and a 1p bistre tied oval Registered date stamps, red transit below and arrival backstamp.
1892 'Winch Bros' cover franked 2 1/2d. tied with part duplex with another strike below together with 1d. paying the late fee with framed handstamp, Colchester arrival backstamp; fine and scarce.
1894 registered cover to England franked vertical pair 1/2d. on 1d. and two pairs of 2 1/2d. on 2d. in red and in black tied by neat cds, violet oval registration at centre, London Registration transit, reverse with Registered Auckland transit and Ipswich arrival cancels. The 11d. rate paying 6d. registration and 5d for double weight postage. Light vertical crease otherwise fine condition.
1895 illustrated envelope ‘Timbres & Albums Pour Collections’ P.Halgatte used to Buenos Aires, Argentina franked ‘Sage’ 5c. (2) and 15c. tied Vaudreuil cds, envelope opened on left and right side with small part missing at left.
1897 Central American Exhibition 2c postal stationery envelope used to Prague, unclear violet despatch, sent at printed matter rate and originally unsealed (now stuck), unusually with arrival backstamp.
1912 '20 Para' on 4k. postal stationery card cancelled with violet ROPIT Kerrasunde cds, repeated to left, addressed to a captain at French Middle congo, redirected internally upon arrival with Brazzaville Congo Francaise cds. A quite remarkable destination albeit from a stamp dealer.
1914 registered ‘Bickel’ cover franked Skanderbeg set of six tied by four strikes of rare blue bilingual Ottoman Chay-Aghzi date stamps of 10.01. of St John de Medua, the manuscript registration is as from Medua, arrival backstamp. Fine and clean condition, only a dozen of this philatelic cover exists with this cancel.