(French Occupation) 1904 (2 Fevr) stampless envelope to Paris, endorsed “detachment du Siam” bearing large bluish double-ring handstamp ‘DETACHEMENT D’OCCUPATION DE CHANTABOUN * SIAM *’,to left with Saigon Cochinchine Corps Expd cds with inverted centre, arrival backstamp of 2.5.; fine and rare.
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.
1902 King Chulalongkorn 12a. postal stationery letter card to India addressed to a “Siamese Student, Imperial forest School, N.W.P.”, various redirections with at top, manuscript ”did not come on Tour” and “He is at Dehradun”, Krung Thep despatch with further strike on reverse, Singapore transit and Indian cancels. Without selvedge and parallel lines of toning on reverse.
1904 picture postcard ‘Klong Balangpoo – Bangkok’ to Paris, franked 1899-1904 1a. olive-green tied large bilingual Chantaburi bilingual date stamp, to left a good example of the negative seal; a couple of small stains but generally good example.
1904 picture postcard ‘Siamese young woman’ to France, franked 1899-1904 1a. olive-green tied large bilingual Chantaburi bilingual date stamp on front, reverse with smaller English language Chantaboon cds and good example of the negative seal; gernerally good condition.
1905 (3.9.) King Chulalongkorn 4a. postal stationery letter card uprated to Bad Nauheim, Germany with 1899 Third Issue 8a. green and orange tied by large bilingual Bangkok cds, reverse with Bangkok transit and arrival cancel. With full message, the selvedge adhered together, very fresh condition at correct rate.
1907 (28.8.) King Chulalongkorn 2a. postal stationery letter card uprated to Manheim, Germany with 1905 Wat Cheng 2a. grey an deep violet and 5a. carmine tied by two Bangkok cds, arrival backstamp. With full message, the selvedge missing from the back of card. Underfranked but no charges raised.