(Libia) 1889 commercial envelope addressed to Livorno franked ‘Estero’ overprinted Umberto I 5c. (2) and 10c., not cancelled on despatch but in transit at Malta with A25 obliterators, reverse with backflap missing with small part Malts cds remaining and Napoli transit, scarce.
(Libia) 1912 telegramme franked unoverprinted 20c. and pair 1L. tied Officio Telegrafico Bengasi cds, two straight-line BENGASI handstamps and large blue cachet Commando 4th Divisione speciale Derna; central vertical crease, scarce stamped telegramme.
(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.
(Libia) 1917 cover to Geneva, Switzerland bearing overprinted 5c. and 20 on 15c. tied by fine strike of Marsa Susa (Cyrenaica) cds, with censor tape at left tied front and back two-line Milano/ Posta Estera, regimental cachet at centre, arrival backstamp.
(Libia) 1921 registered express cover to Brugg, Switzerland franked overprinted 10c. (2) and 1L., plus on reverse with two vertical pairs of 30c. blue and red, tied Tripoli cds, arrival backstamp; small fault at top of envelope, scarce.
(Libia) 1933 airmail cover to Lodi, franked Postage 50c. and Air 50c. of Tripolitania plus vertical pair of overprinted 80c Posta Aerea cancelled Posta Aerea Tripoli D’Africa cds, Lodi Milano arrival backstamp. Scarce 80c. multiple.
(M.E.F.) 1943 (4.9.) registered censored cover bearing short set to 2/6d. tied Tripoli Correspondenze E Pacchi (R). Blank registration label bottom left, further despatch cancels on reverse.
1905 incoming picture postcard from Bengasi, Libia underfranked with Italy 5c. tied square-circle date stamp, black handstamped 'T' at left and circular framed '4d' charge handstamp which has been cancelled by overstriking with A25 obliterator, oval Valetta date stamp and Retn Letter Branch G.P.O. Malta cds; some slight staining of little importance.
1914 insured parcel flimsy card to Bengasi, Tripolitania, routed via London, franked 2d. (2), 6d. and 4s.,tied Gibraltar Parcel Post cds, '274 Gibraltar'white label, arrival backstamps; some slight tones and a vertical filing crease, a rare item