1894 (14 SE) Quarter Anna incoming postal stationery card from Bombay to Fort Stedman via Thazi (Meiktila Road) arriving 23 Sep (Latest Recorded Date) passed to Deposit Room 26 Sep (only recorded example). Readdressed to Lashio via Maymo arriving OC 7 – 8 (Latest Recorded Date), readdressed to Bangkok, Thailand via Singapore with arrival backstamp of 6/11. Reverse of card bears printed message from The Anthropological Society of Bombay for a meeting on 26th Sept.
1914 (23.12.) winter picture postcard addressed to a ship at Shanghai, China, redirected to Hong Kong and then on to Bangkok, with a series of cancels including Molde machine despatch, Chinese Shanghai cds and Shanghai B.P.O. of British Post Office together with violet bilingual oval of shipping company, a larger double oval handstamp of Horesen & Co/ Steamship Agents Hong Kong and final Bangkok arrival.
1924 registered airmail cover to Switzerland franked 1920 Rama VI issues 2s. (2), 5s. (4) and 15s. (3) all tied by three large 'aeroplane' illustrated Roi Etch date stamps, registration handstamp bottom left, reverse with Bangkok 2 and 5 transit cancels and Bern arrival cds.
1927 (6 6) cover written from ‘Bangkok Christian College, Bangkok” franked by German adhesives tied unclear Deutsche Seepost/ Ost/ Asiatische/ Linie index ‘f’, reverse with Singapore cds of the same date. Shipping line logo on backflap.
1940 (12 DE) cover to Penang franked vertical strip of three 5s deep purple National Day cancelled by double-ring PAQUEBOT PENANG datestamps, censor tape tied front and back but with indistinct number, otherwise fresh condition.
British Post Offices in Siam: 1884 ‘Moller & Meisner’ disinfected cover to Christiania, Norway bearing ‘B’ overprinted Straits Settlements 8c. watermark crown CA, tied Bangkok cds, Singapore transit and Christiania date stamp as cover redirected, two vertical disinfection slits. A remarkable cover.