(Prisoner of War) 1940s 7d. postal stationery air letter to Switzerland cancelled P.O.W. P.O. Cowra N.S.W. Aust. cds and below this three-line APPROVED FOR TRANSMISSION/ BY CAMP COMMANDANT/12A/7 handstamp, senders details on reverse; fine condition.
(Football and Cricket) 1901 (12 May) cover to “Stowe House, Nr Kidderminster, England” franked Great Britain 1d. lilac tied Army Post Office/ Barberton/ South Africa cds. Contains two letters of 7.V. (some splitting) and 14.5. both with many references to Riding, Football and Cricket.
1908 (31 Ene) 3c. Central American Exhibition stationery card with fine strike of the ‘train’ illustrated duplex, sent to Apeldoorn, Holland with framed ‘T’ in same ink as duplex indicating postage due, arrival cancel at top and 3c image cancelled with postman’s routing number, no charge apparently collected, the card sent by “Directeur du Bureau des Postes”.
1908 (6 Mar) ‘Inauguracion del F.C. Interocianico’ Train illustrated card with on reverse special red duplex handstamp, additionally franked 5c. and 10c. for overseas postage to Belgium; fine condition used example.
1905 (31 May) picture postcard of Columbus Monument, treated as stationery with internal postage prepaid in price of card and with violet duplex handstamp for Exhibition, inscribed ‘El Correo en la Exposicion/ DEL 15 DE SEPTIEMBRE/ Primer Certamen 1904’, sent to Denmark so additionally franked 5c. and 10c. on front tied duplex that is repeated on reverse, the latter overstruck with arrival cancel.
(Picture Stationery) 1899 (2/12) 7½c. card with photographic image on front, now a little faded of Banda Volcano to Den Haag, cancelled Banda square circle, unclear transit and arrival cds at left. Scarce used card.
1919 (12 FE) ‘Prisoners of War’ stampless printed envelope to Morogoro, East Africa, redirected to Germany with Field Post Office GM date stamp (GHQ of Egyptian Expeditionary Forces), red framed CENSOR with further three-line framed censor handstamp in same ink below.
1968 ‘Man and His World’ illustrated envelope with Montreal advertising slogan, the envelope signed by various English footballers including George Cohen, Colin Bell, Keith Newton, Paul Madeley, Norman Hunter and Mike Summerbee.
1912 illustrated Chemist’s advertising envelope to New York franked 1911 Insurrection Centenary 5c. and pair of 6c. tied by barred cancel with San Salvador Foreign Mail date stamp in association., handstamped ‘Via Salina Cruz – New York’.; fine and attractive.