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Guatemala (Picture Postal Stationery) 1898 (30 Abr) 3c. card to Pully, Switzerland cancelled by violet octagonal date stamp, Guatemala 1 handstamp to left, arrival cancels bottom left, reverse with circular blue image of Fishing with net, full message. Guatemala (Picture Postal Stationery) 1898 (30 Abr) 3c. card to Pully, Switzerland cancelled by violet octagonal date stamp, Guatemala 1 handstamp to left, arrival cancels bottom left, reverse with circular blue image of Fishing with net, full message.

Guatemala

Covers and stamps / Guatemala / Switzerland Incoming Mail / Fish / Picture Stationery

(Picture Postal Stationery) 1898 (30 Abr) 3c. card to Pully, Switzerland cancelled by violet octagonal date stamp, Guatemala 1 handstamp to left, arrival cancels bottom left, reverse with circular blue image of Fishing with net, full message.

£135

German Colonies (Togo) 1902 5pf. green picture stationery card depicting coastal market with fish seller; fine unused.German Colonies (Togo) 1902 5pf. green picture stationery card depicting coastal market with fish seller; fine unused.

German Colonies

Covers and stamps / German Colonies / Togo / Fish / Picture Stationery

(Togo) 1902 5pf. green picture stationery card depicting coastal market with fish seller; fine unused.

£55

Great Britain 1877 (JU 28) envelope addressed to a “Richard Middleton Esq RN, H.M.S. “Flying Fish”, East India Station, c/o Postmaster, Aden”, endorsed “Via Brindisi”, franked 1876 8 orange tied by Exeter ‘285’ duplex.  This Ship commenced service with the East Indies Station in 1874 in the suppression of the slave trade off the East African coast.

Great Britain

Covers and stamps / Aden / Great Britain / Fish / Slavery

1877 (JU 28) envelope addressed to a “Richard Middleton Esq RN, H.M.S. “Flying Fish”, East India Station, c/o Postmaster, Aden”, endorsed “Via Brindisi”, franked 1876 8 orange tied by Exeter ‘285’ duplex. This Ship commenced service with the East Indies Station in 1874 in the suppression of the slave trade off the East African coast.

£175