MICHAEL HAMILTON
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GEELONG, Victoria to CONARGO, New South Wales postal history
1878 cover and enclosed letter to Joseph Brand, Conargo, nr. Deniliquin, New South Wales with Victoria QV 2d pmk'd Geelong "2" duplex dated 3 X/MY 17 78 showing manuscript "Unclaimed" and framed "ADVERTISED/UNCLAIMED" with red crayon "1" and "52", reverse UP TRAIN M.G.2. VICTORIA MY 17, Deniliquin MY 18, Conargo MY 18 and JY 2, Sydney JY 9 78, and green ink D.L.B. VICTORIA H/MY 9 79.
£125

Northern Ireland to ST. VINCENT missent JAMAICA
1977 (NO 8) underpaid and taxed cover to St. Vincent with GB QE2 9d pmk'd Belfast, purple str. line "MISSENT TO JAMAICA", stamp with glossy glue stain.
£10

BERMUDA postal history
1949 Mid-Oceans News unfranked within town cover to the Leamington Plantation Company pmk'd Hamilton machine 25 NOV 1949 with boxed green ink "Returned for (1d) Postage" and KG6 1d added for postage due pmk'd Hamilton 28 NOV 49.
£90

INVALID STAMPS USED, Rhodesia postal history
1965 used of Air Letter to Totnes, Devon with QE2 2/6d Independence issue tied bot SALISBURY 22 DEC 1965 and large green boxed "INVALID STAMPS USED/POSTAGE DUE" appended manuscript 2/6d, sender address on reverse with lengthy printed internal text.
£75

BERMUDA postal history
Green "8" (CM21) with red/white PC 22 label (earlier by 7 days than handbook) on KG6 1d cover pmk'd Hamilton 11 SEP 1939 to Leamington Spa, Warwickshire.
The Peter C. Burrows B.W.I. "British Empire Civil Censorship Devices" handbook (pub. 2010) records the use of this CL1 label as SP 18 1939 to AU 16 1940 and says "mostly seen used with CM21 No.2 and No.9"
£135
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