(Morocco) 1892 (JU 9) cover to London franked at 25c. overseas rate by horizontal strip of two and a diagonally bisected 10c. tied Tangier A26 duplex, arrival backstamp. Envelope from Banking Corporation Limited to Bradbury Wilkinson & Co, a likely commercial cover. Without backflap and adherences from mounting on reverse.
1894 (SP 11) cover to Liverpool bearing three different bisects with 1892 2d. Jubilee issue vertical bisect, 1894 2d. vertical bisect and 1d. diagonal bisect, all tied Bonny square circle date stamps, red Liverpool transit bottom left. (SG. 3a, 47b and 52b.). Fine and attractive, rare three bisect cover paying 2 1/2d. rate.
1894 (SP 11) registered cover to England franked 'Oil Rivers' 2d. 'Jubilee', 1894 1d. and a diagonally bisect 1d. plus 2d. vertical bisect, paying the 4 1/2d. registered rate, tied Bonny square circle date stamps, small 'R' registration handstamp, Luton arrival backstamp; some light vertical filing creases otherwise fine and attractive.
1894 (SP 11) registered cover to England franked 1892 2d., 1894 1d. blue and bisected 1d.and 2d., making correct total of 4 1/2d. tied Bonny square circle date stamps, small 'R' handstamp at left with manuscript number, Liverpool transit on face and Warrington backstamp. fine and attractive.
1894 (SP 11) registered cover to Luton franked British Protectorate/ Oil Rivers 1892-94 Great Britain oveprinted Jubilee 2d. together with 1d. lilac, both diagonal bisects, plus 1894 1d. and 2d. tied by three square circle Bonny date stamps. A fine, rare double bisect cover.
1894 (SP 11) registered cover to Luton franked British Protectorate/ Oil Rivers 1892-94 Great Britain overprinted Jubilee 2d. vertical bisect together with normal, plus 1894 1d. and later 1d. orange vermilion diagonal bisect tied by four square circle Bonny date stamps. A fine, rare double, different issue bisect cover.
1897 cover to Manchester franked 20c and bisected 10c, tied by 'A26' obliterator, the bisect being unauthorised a 'T' handstamp was applied and upon arrival in England a '1d/F.B./C/' handstamp charge raised, reverse with London and Manchester cds.