(Boy Scouts) 1932 ( Aug) printed envelope to Amsterdam franked 15 cents tied by double-ring violet Boy Scouts date stamp for National Congress; without backstamp, a couple of small tones at top of envelope.
(British Occupation) 1915 (31.3) ‘Sofort zu offnen’ (Open Immediately) printed envelope that has been amended in manuscript to “O.H.M.S.” stampless registered envelope to St Jouan des Guerets, France, with blue manuscript lines and R , two strikes of framed ‘T.’ Handstamps, Duala (Kamerun) a cds at top left, Registered Plymouth transit backstamp with registration label applied to front, arrival backstamp; a rare occupation cover.
(British Occupation) 1915 (9.2.) stampless envelope endorsed “On Active Service/ No Stamps available/ B.C.P/ (Chaplain” to England with fine strike of the German Duala (Kamerun) a cds; a little roughly opened on reverse.
(British Occupation) 1919 (5.9) registered cover to Berne, Switzerland franked C.E.F. ½d., 1d. and 2d. surcharges together with Nigeria 1d. tied Buea Kamerun cds, handstamped registration label, reverse with Victoria Cameroons cds, Liverpool transit and arrival cds.; fine and fresh condition.
(British Post Office) 1880 (AU 25) opened-out envelope to Havre franked Great Britain 1870 1½d. and 1880 1d Venetian Red vertical strips of 6 and 3 plus a single, two stamps missing from the front top right (would originally have been a block of 12), cancelled by C59 obliterators, fine red JACMEL PAID, Calais entry cds at left, reverse with London transit and arrival cds. Envelope opened out for display, a most unusual franking.
(British Post Offices) 1877 (AP 25) entire to Genova, Italy franked 1870 1½d., plate 3, SG and 1873-80 1s., plate 12, FK cancelled with ‘C61’ obliterator, cds in association below, all overstruck with red London PAID cds, reverse with Genova arrival cds.
(Cherifien Post) 1890s cover to Tetuan, bearing two fine blue octagonal seals of Tanger , without further cancels as usual, some tone spotting, less usual with two fine strikes.
(Eastern Anatolia) 1921 envelope to Istanbul franked Ministry of Finance 5 piastre rose overprinted Ottoman Posts 1337 and tied Malatya native date stamp, at centre good strike of blue negative Malatya censor, arrival backstamps; a couple of slight stains and torn backflap, good clear cancels.
(Kamerun) 1892 (29 4) German forerunner 3pf. postal stationery wrapper to Rosenthal uprated 3pf. and 5pf. tied by two Kamerun cds, arrival backstamp; fine condition.
(Kamerun) 1898 (16/2) 10pf postal stationery card to Lubeck, redirected to Ludwigslust, cancelled by good strike of Kamerun cds. The writer gives his forthcoming address as Cap Lopez (Congo francais) factorei Woermann.
(Kamerun) 1901 (17/6) 5pf stationery card, a long message written from Joko on Jun 10, cancelled Kribi cds, Hamburg arrival at left, redirected to Detmold. Good condition.
(Kamerun) 1903 3pf Yacht photographic picture stationery card with image of two local women with water gourds, c.t.o. in Berlin with Duala cds; top left corner crease.
(Kamerun) 1906 picture postcard to England franked unwatermarked 10pf. tied Jaunde cds, correctly rated with a handstamped framed ‘T.’ Applied in error and crossed-out in blue manuscript, arrival cds bottom left.
(Kosovo) 1905 20pa. postal stationery card to Schneeberg, Germany cancelled by blue negative seal of Prizrend with bilingual cds at left, above the arrival cds; small pinhole top left otherwise fine.
(Napoleonic Mail) Undated outer letter sheet to Chambery bearing red two-line Don E. HOLLANDE/ TROUPES Faises handstamp, at left a curious notation asking the postman in Chambery for rapid delivery.
(Ottoman Empire) 1847 folded flimsy cover addressed to Vice Consul of Sardinia from Alexandrette with Alep blue-green negative seal; fine appearance.
(Ottoman Empire) 1901 Lebanese picture postcard of ‘Palais de Betddin’ to Lyon, franked two 10pa. yellow-green tied by negative seal of SAM-HAMA-SEYYARGIGI DAMAS HAMA tpo (RRR); small teat at side not detracting.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1d. card depicting Captain Cook's Tree, Ovava used to New Zealand
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1911 1d. card depicting Captain Cook's Tree, Ovava good unused.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1911 1d. card depicting Hospital at Nukualofa, fine unused