(Chile) 1866 company envelope to Bremen, Germany franked 1865-73 six 6d. irregular block of three, a pair and single, SD-TD, RB-SB and TB, plate 5, tied ‘C35’ obliterators of the British Post Office at Caldera, red ‘3d’ accountancy handstamp, two oval-framed ‘PD’ and three-line PANAMA/ NO 3 1866/ TRANSIT, red London transit overstriking this, framed arrival backstamp. Large part of backflap missing not unduly detracting from a fine high value franking.
(Panama) 1844 outer letter sheet to Tours, France endorsed “Via Panama”, from an unknown country bearing undated circular SOUTH AMERICA VIA PANAMA handstamp (only mentioned as dated in Robson Lowe) overstruck with very fine Panama Forwarding Agents, Louis Lewis (not listed in Rowe), red framed accountancy handstamp, reverse with double-arc Kingston Jamaica, red London transit, red French entry on front, reverse Paris transit and arrival; fine and attractive.
(Panama) 1855 (SP 23) entire to Paris bearing on reverse fine red COLON broken double circle date stamp, London transit alongside, the front with red framed COLONIES/& ART 13 accountancy, Calais entry cds overstriking rate handstamp; fine and scarce.
1845 (12 Sept) entire from Arequipa to Morlaix, France, taken to Lima with manuscript endorsement on reverse “achemine de Lima le 4 octobre1845/ par vos devoues serviteurs/ Thomas La Chambre” and left from Callao on the Mezeppa arriving at Panama on 19th with further forwarding agents manuscript annotation, very fine of rare double arc PANAMA handstamp without dates of British Post Office, reverse with Kingston Jamaica transit date stamp of NO 1, via London with red date stamp and framed accountancy, arrival backstamp of 9 Dec. Fine and rare.