(Libia) 1916 cover addressed to Serbian Relief Fund, Hospital, Corfu, franked 5c. and two 10c. tied R.Nave Libia cds, red censorship at top, Italian at right and Serbian at base, reverse with further despatch and Italian censor plus unclear arrival; fine tripe censored cover.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1897 1 Penny rose-carmine card entitled Greeting from/ Johannesburg / South Africa bearing four small images of Saratoga Avenue/ Doornfontein, Commissioner Street, Hospital and Mine, used to Germany.
(Picture Postal Stationery) Late 1890s ½ Penny with further ½d. at left, entitled Greetings from Johannesburg bearing four images Dormfontein, Commissioner Street, Hospital and Mine, used to Eitorf, Germany; good condition.
(Picture Stationery) 1890s 1c. ‘Jefferson’ brown and black card titled ‘Souvenir Postal Card, Baltimore MD.’ with four small images of John’s Hopkins Hospital, Post Office, City Hall and Court House & Battle Monument, uprated used from Philadelphia to Bohemia
(WWI British Relief Fund) 1915 (11.7.) “On Active Service” stampless envelope to Neuilly, France from S.R.F. 2nd Hospital stationed at Pozarevac, censored by Serbian Military authorities, arrival backstamp, a rare usage of the S.R.F. hospital.
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.