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France (Napoleonic Mail) 1812 long entire to Hotel de L’Europe, Paris bearing straight-line ‘ARM D’ITALIE’ handstamp, manuscript rate, reverse with red arrival cds; fine, neat example.France (Napoleonic Mail) 1812 long entire to Hotel de L’Europe, Paris bearing straight-line ‘ARM D’ITALIE’ handstamp, manuscript rate, reverse with red arrival cds; fine, neat example.

France

Covers and stamps / Italy / France / Napoleonic

(Napoleonic Mail) 1812 long entire to Hotel de L’Europe, Paris bearing straight-line ‘ARM D’ITALIE’ handstamp, manuscript rate, reverse with red arrival cds; fine, neat example.

£95

Germany (Picture Postal Stationery) 1913 5pf. private Centenary card with Denkmal in background and in front,  image of Napoleon being given a beating, used with Leipzig Denkmal illustrated roller cancel, used to Dillingen, Saar; some slight corner bumps.Germany (Picture Postal Stationery) 1913 5pf. private Centenary card with Denkmal in background and in front,  image of Napoleon being given a beating, used with Leipzig Denkmal illustrated roller cancel, used to Dillingen, Saar; some slight corner bumps.

Germany

Covers and stamps / Germany / Napoleonic / Picture Stationery

(Picture Postal Stationery) 1913 5pf. private Centenary card with Denkmal in background and in front, image of Napoleon being given a beating, used with Leipzig Denkmal illustrated roller cancel, used to Dillingen, Saar; some slight corner bumps.

£55

Guadeloupe 1794 (23rd April) outer letter sheet to “Salopian Coffee House”, London bearing cursive ‘PORTS/ MOUTH’ incoming handstamp, arrival backstamp. This occupation during the Napoleonic War lasted for 6 months only, this item a few days after invasion.

Guadeloupe

Covers and stamps / French Colonies / Great Britain / Guadeloupe / Napoleonic / Coffee House Mail

1794 (23rd April) outer letter sheet to “Salopian Coffee House”, London bearing cursive ‘PORTS/ MOUTH’ incoming handstamp, arrival backstamp. This occupation during the Napoleonic War lasted for 6 months only, this item a few days after invasion.

£375