1901 Value Declared envelope for 30 rubles addressed to Jerusalem, Palestine and bearing violet framed cyrillic LIBAU handstamp, reverse with five fine red wax seals and Odessa transit; small peripheral envelope faults.
1902 (3 MA) registered cover to Bombay franked five 1a tied 'DEVL ALI CAMP' cds with 'REGISTERED/DEOLALICAMP' handstamp, arrival backstamp; some slight faults.
1903 (18 JU) printed envelope to Marseille franked India QV half anna (3) and 2½a. plus KEVII 1a. (3) tie by seven double ring Aden Camp cds, Aden transit alongside; an attractive franking.
1903 registered cover to Duisburg, Germany franked by three ‘British Somaliland’ overprints on India 1r green and aniline carmine each tied by Berbera cds, registration handstamp at right and further framed BERBERA handstamp bottom left which identifies the Office, red ‘1887’ handstamp of Indian maritime service, reverse with Aden transit and arrival
1903 value declared envelope to Rome, Italy for 100 francs, franked 1901 10c. and 1891-94 50c. tied by faint cds, similarly faint segmented framed charge handstamp, reverse with five largely complete wax seals and Italian transits and arrival cancels.
1907 (25 Avril) cover to Vatomondry franked at printed matter rate with 1900-01 Sage 5c. yellow-green tied by Tananarive cds, addressee no found and straight-line INCONNU and two-line RETOUR/ A L’ENVOYEUR hand stamps applied, as a printed matter rate item, the return postage had to be paid for, so triangular framed ‘T’ handstamp applied and framed AFFRANCHISEMENT/ INSUFFISANT with imperf 10c. Postage Due applied and tied Tananarive cds; fine and rare usage, Ex Grabowski.
1908 Value Declared registered cover to London, endorsed “Insurance £45 fourty five pounds only” franked 2a., 12a. and 1r. tied unclear cds, blue manuscript registration number of Indian Sea Post Office, red on yellowish Valeur declare label, reverse with red wax seals and arrival cancel; small corner fault to envelope, rare.
1911 (18 FE) registered envelope endorsed “By 1st Aerial Post”, franked 1902 4a. tied large FIRST AERIAL POST/ U.P. Exhibition Allahabad pictorial handstamp, with another strike at bottom left, reverse with registration label, Allahabad and arrival cancels.
1911 internal registered cover franked unusually with 12a. tied by fine illustrated FIRST AIRMAIL POST/ U.P. EXHIBITION ALLAHABAD date stamp, registration handstamp alongside, reverse with Allahabad cds, registration and arrival cds; fine condition.
1912 registered picture postcard to Berlin franked India 1/2a. and 2 1/2a. tied Bagdad cds, reverse with handstamped registration label. The photographic card depicting hunting party and their kill.
1915 1pi. postal stationery registration envelope, value declared at 500c., from Constantinople to Leipzig and additionally franked 20pa., 1pi., 2pi. with transit and arrival cancels; small fault top right of envelope.
1918 accumulation of current cancels on two pieces, with reference to F.P.O. No. 316, a framed JN. and I.E. Force D. Good condition. A collector had probably written to the FPO 316 post office requesting some sample cancels.
1918 OHMS registered cover to Hull bearing single franking 6a tied Berbera cds with registration handstamp alongside, at left blue manuscript REGISTERED and number of Indian Sea Post, large Aden censorship cachet, reverse with Aden transit and various British cancels; good condition.
1922 (1.3.) registered cover from Constantinople to Magnissa, Greece bearing on reverse single franking Merson 15pi. on 1f. tied French Post Office cds, transit Tresor et Postes 528 (of Smyrna), Greek Smyrna transit of 22 Feb and blue arrival cds of 24th where bilingually inscribed “Retour”, Greek Smyrna cds of 28th and a strip of selvedge applied and tied by two further strikes, return cancels of Constantinople and Galata; slightly reduced at side.
1925 (11 MAY) Indian ‘Half Anna’ stationery envelope sent registered to Berne, Switzerland franked on reverse ‘KUWAIT’ overprinted ½a., 2a. and 3a. tied by three Kuwait REG date stamps (Donaldson type 7), the 3a additionally tied by arrival cds (6.VI.), the front with framed handstamp registration etiquette (Type 16); fine condition.
1926 (17.X.) registered Value Declared envelope for 200L. to Konigsberg, Germany franked three 60c. on front tied Kaunas cds, Valeur declaree label at top reduced to just leave the international French language, registration handstamp bottom right and five fine Lithuanian wax seals on reverse with arrival cds; a fine cover.
1926 long registered stationery envelope, endorsed "Insured for £10/ ten only" uprated with 1a. pair and a 6a. to Altenburg, Germany with reddish-pink Valeur Declaree label at right overstruck by German Official Post Office red wax seal, the German Office removing the seals applied at Aden on checking the contents; central vertical filing crease.
1933 (1 JLY) air mail cover to Broken Hill, N. Rhodesia franked ½a., 4a. and 8a. tied by framed "CALCUTTA - KARACHI" first flight cachet, re-directed upon arrival to Liverpool and showing 'BROKEN HILL' c.d.s. top right '21 JUL 33', reverse with BROKEN HILL machine cancel '20 JUL 33' and CAIRO transit '14 JULY'.
1933 commercial cover from Bombay, India, franked on reverse pair 1a.3p tied 'MOMBASA/PAQUEBOT' cds with arrival cds below.
1935 (10 VII) registered Value Declared envelope for 120L. to Hannover franked 60c. and 1L. tied Kaunas cds, bilingual Valeur declaree label on front, five Lithuanian wax seals on reverse with arrival cds; a fine cover.