(Eritrea) 1951 (20.10.) telegramme stamped on reverse with 1950 1 Shilling on 1s. vertical pair and 2 SH 50 Cts on 2/6d., tied Asmara Centro date stamp and with series of punch holes as normal.
(Eritrea) 1951 (21.10.) telegramme stamped on reverse with 1950 1 Shilling on 1s. vertical pair and 10 Shilling on 10/- plus 1951 10 Cents on 1d. light ultramarine tied by two Asmara Central date stamps. Slight tear in margin top right otherwise fine.
(Eritrea) 1951 (25.10.) telegramme stamped on reverse with 1950 40 Cents on 5d. (2), 50 Cents on 6d., 1 Shilling on 1s. vertical strip of four and 10 Shilling on 10/- vertical pair, tied by two Asmara Telegrafo date stamps and with series of punch holes as normal.
(Eritrea) 1951 (6.11.) telegramme stamped on reverse with 1950 1 Shilling on 1s. and 5 Shilling on 5/-, tied by two Asmara Centro date stamps and with series of punch holes as normal.
(Libia) 1912 telegramme franked unoverprinted 20c. and pair 1L. tied Officio Telegrafico Bengasi cds, two straight-line BENGASI handstamps and large blue cachet Commando 4th Divisione speciale Derna; central vertical crease, scarce stamped telegramme.
(New South Wales) 1895 (OC 30) registered ‘FAMILY HOTEL’ envelope to Hay franked with 3d. green plus 1894 telegram stationery cut-out 1s. black tied ‘133’ numeral obliterators with Carrathool N.S.W. in association, registered manuscript and handstamps at left, arrival backstamp of next day. Fine and unusual.
1888 (21/3) ‘Telegram’ envelope registered to “United States Steamer, Atlanta, Port au Prince” franked 3c., 4c. and 10c. (repaired corner) tied St Thomas cds, registration handstamp at left alongside manuscript arrival note for Mar 31st, reverse with Port Au Prince Haiti cds of 29 Mars. Rare registered stamped telegramme.
1897 (26 AP) Eastern Telegraph Company Limited Telegram cover to Tamatave, Madagascar franked 1883-94 15c blue (2) tied cds, oval registered date stamps of 26th and 29th, oval framed R handstamps, reverse with part of backflap that affects one of the two The Eastern & South African Telegraph Co. Limited/ Port Louis Station.
1898 internal stampless ‘ The Eastern Telegraph Company Limited’ TELEGRAM envelope used internally to Poste restante with, atright circular framed ‘T’ and at left with framed Indian handstamp FOREIGN POSTAGE DUE/ 2 ANNAS –PIES, presumably paying the local letter and poste restante rate of 1a with double deficiency then of 2a. On Griffith-Jones album page.
1907 (28 Janv) internal envelope addressed to “Infanterie Coloniale” franked 1900-01 10c. and 19034c. tied by blue Diego Suarez cds with matching triangular framed ‘T’, at left a telegramme receipt label affixed to envelope with the same cancel used as a postage due notice for 12c., a scarce usage.