MICHAEL HAMILTON
POSTAL HISTORY
POSTMARKS
STAMPS
Your basket

0 items
£0.00
View basket
and pay
TO ORDER WITH PAYPAL or cheque: ADD TO BASKET then VIEW BASKET & PAY (top right of screen), All are on approval & POSTAGE IS FREE
SPECIALISING IN THE UNUSUAL - WHETHER IT BE VILLAGE POSTMARKS, THE UNEXPECTED WITH BASIC STAMPS, UNUSUAL POSTAL HISTORY, OR EXCEPTIONAL QV COVERS



Country: Grenada Clear
Subject: All

Sort: Newest listed first
 Need to pay for a previous order?
E-mail address:
Order number:
Sort results by:
Most recently added price, lowest to highest price, highest to lowest alphabetical, numerical order


The rare SANS-SERIF DOUBLE-ARC, GRENADA postal history
1848 neatly written entire to John Scoble, Anti-Slavery Office, London from Schoolmaster James Paul Springle, Town of St. Patrick rated 2/- showing probably the finest of the very few recorded sans-serif GRENADA dbl-arc dated NO 7 1848/A which displays upper flap.
Sent from the GPO, London May 1 1847. Confirmed examples of this seldom used datestamp are recorded for AU 9 1847 no code, NO 7 1848/A, MR 10 1849/A
£1200

HERMITAGE, Grenada postal history
1904 use of KE7 1d Post Card to Wurttemburg, Germany pmk'd HERMITAGE C/MY 11 04 with ST. PATRICK'S, ST. GEORGES transits and STUTTGART arrival alongside address panel.
£195

Parish "D" (St. Andrew's), Grenada postal history
1884 cover to Thomas Duncan, London with QV d dull green pair, QV 4d greyish slate (SG.30,33) pmk'd First Type Parish "D" dated MAY 8 84, reverse hooded red London B/MY 28 84/AD arrival, some smaller faults.
The extra 1d being a special inland surcharge which Grenada imposed from January 1st 1881 to September 1885 in violation of UPU rules. Only 6 covers with this 5d rate are currently recorded, this being the only one with pair d adhesives for the extra 1d surcharge
£525
 1