MICHAEL HAMILTON
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JAMAICA USED ABROAD
The currently unique trio of C51 (used St. Thomas) on QV 1d Pine wmk, the unrecorded on GB used abroad D60 (whereabouts of use unknown, RPS certificate) on QV 6d Pine wmk, and E88 (used Colon) on QV 2d CC wmk. Similar to the accepted use of Trinidad stamps at Ciudad Bolivar, it is now thought that Jamaica stamps may have had permitted or accepted use on correspondence back to the island see Foster Page 31. (A red ink D63 is also recorded on Jamaica QV 6d Pine wmk). The "D60" illustrated Parmenter & Gordon handbook Page 3 / 52
£4000



SALONIKA mailbag postmark on British Levant stamp
tying 1909 30 PARAS on GB ovp'd KE7 1d (SG.16) on 26 OKT (12) cover to Athens.
£625


SANTOS (AVULSA), Brazil postmark on Great Britain stamps
dated 19 AGO 1907 tying 2 each GB KE7 d and 1/- on large, folded in places, foolscap cover with printed flap of "The Atlantic Transport Company Limited, Swansea" (size 288 x 122mm) addressed Rio de Janeiro, soiling/toning around adhesives.
Scanned from reduced size photocopy
£125
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