(Disinfected Mail) 1847 entire from Monastir (Bitola) to Belgrade, redirected to Pest, Hungary, with negative Monastir despatch handstamp, entering into Serbian disinfection station at Aleksinac with large part red wax seal, transferred into the Serbian postal system, redirected and on entry in Austria Hungarian Empire disinfected at Semlin whose handstamp and two wax seals appear on reverse A rare double disinfection.
(Disinfected Mail) 1848 outer letter from Plovdiv to Pest, entering into Serbian disinfection station at Aleksinac with reasonably full was seal, transferred into the Serbian postal system and on entry in Austria Hungarian Empire disinfected at Semlin whose handstamp appear on reverse next to the Aleksinac seal. A fine example of rare double disinfection.
(Disinfected Mail) 1860 entire to Wien bearing two-line BELGRAD despatc h, disinfected in transit at Pancsova with cachet Sigillum Sanitatis Pancsova. There are no wax seals or rastel punching recorded for Pancsova, the mail was disinfected externally only.
(Libia) 1916 cover addressed to Serbian Relief Fund, Hospital, Corfu, franked 5c. and two 10c. tied R.Nave Libia cds, red censorship at top, Italian at right and Serbian at base, reverse with further despatch and Italian censor plus unclear arrival; fine tripe censored cover.
(Serbia) 1867 entire written at Negotin to Orsova, Romania franked by Danube Shipping Company 17kr. red, perf 12 and cancelled by D.D.S.G. Agency Radujevac cds; light horizontal filing crease not detracting from rare usage out of Serbia.
(Serbian Forces) 1917 registered cover to Geneva, Switzerland, redirected to Lausanne, franked by two 15c. ‘Sameuse’ on front with a further pair of 10c. on the reverse, tied by Tresor Et Postes *504* date stamp, censor handstamps in French and cyrillic; fine condition.
(WWI British Relief Fund) 1915 (11.7.) “On Active Service” stampless envelope to Neuilly, France from S.R.F. 2nd Hospital stationed at Pozarevac, censored by Serbian Military authorities, arrival backstamp, a rare usage of the S.R.F. hospital.
1848 outer letter sheet sent to Pest from Plovdiv. Entering Serbia disinfected at Aleksinac, quarantine station wax seal applied on reverse. Letter was transferred to the Serbian postal system and on the entry to the Austrian Hungarian Empire disinfected at Semlin quarantine station. Reverse shows handstamp of this quarantine. Rare double disinfection cover passing through three different postal systems.
1854 cover to Limerick, Ireland, carried privately from Widdin, Bulgaria and put into the Austrian Post Office at Belgrade, Serbia, with two-line Belgrad date stamp, various manuscript markings on front, reverse with Semlin transit, London and Liverpool transits and Limerick arrival cds. Disinfected at Semlin with good strike, albeit overstruck with Netto Di Fuora E Sporco Di Dentro.Fine and rare cover, F. Puschmann certificate.
1860 entire sent via Pancevo to Vienna, bearing Austrian Consular P.O. at Belgrade date handstamp. Reverse shows Pancevo quarantine station cachet where letter was treated. Arrival Vienna.
1867, Entire written at Negotin sent to Orsova - Romania by Austrian Danube shipping company. 17Kr red, perf. 12, 1866 D.D.S.G. issue, applied and cancelled by D.D.S.G. Agency RADUJEVAC cds. Rare usage of Austrian D.D.S.G. agencies in Serbia.
1874, Pre U.P.U. 15 para printed matter rate from Serbia to Switzerland, paid by 15 para Prince Milan (First printing, perf. 9 1/2:12) tied by Belgrade cds. Reverse shows Neuchatel arrival cds. Extremely rare Serbia’s pre U.P.U. foreign 15para printed matter rate up to 31gr to Switzerland, only three prospectuses are recorded.