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A fascinating "MEANS OF DELIVERY" has been set up in POSTAL HISTORY + Subjects showing all types of British West Indies mail you might encounter.



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KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent postal history
1888 use of QV 1d deep brown Post Card with commercial text headed "13/10./88." to George Callf & Co, Horsham, Sussex but not placed in the mails immediately as design cancelled by black ink manuscript "Kingstown 30/10 88." which may or may not be in the same ink as addressing, and may or may not have been added by the writer. Evidently carried by enclosure as without normal postal markings.
£180


PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND postal history (Ex, CARR, WILKINSON)
1865 cover with QV 2d rose-carmine (SG.2) cancelled manuscript Souris "S" to Capt. Angus McInnis, Charlottetown with matching ink colour PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND JY 26 1865 backstamp and handstruck str. line "NOT CALLED FOR.". (Vincent Greene 2010 cert). Ex CARR, WILKINSON
A unique cover as such
£325

20 used Circular Head, Tasmania postal history
1859 wrapper docketted as from Albert H. Boys (thought to be a farmer, Detention River) to William Johnson, Launceston with Chalon 4d pale blue tied Circular Head "20" with postmaster's manuscript "C'Head 24-2/59", backstamped red Pre-Paid for same date.
£275

73 used Buckland, TASMANIA postal history
1863 cover to Mrs. Parsons, Queen's Orphan School, New Town with Chalon 4d imperforate tied Buckland "73" with postmaster's manuscript "Buckland 19/11/63" at left and red Pre-Paid NO 20 1863 at right, no reverse markings.
Settled in 1820 and originally known as Prosser Plains. Best known for its historic Church of St. John the Baptist, convict built in 1846, and its mysterious East Window possibly from an Abbey built by William the Conqueror on the spot that King Harold died in 1066. In the early years the majority of the children at the Orphan School, built 1833, were born to convict women under sentence.
£475

26 used Don, TASMANIA postal history
1866 mourning cover to John Taylor in Newcastle on Tyne with Chalon 6d grey watermark double-lined numeral "6" with postmaster's manuscript "Don 16/5/66" alongside, reverse red Launceston MY 17 1866 and Newcastle-on-Tyne H/JY 20 66.
£480

NOT TUCKERS, Bermuda postal history
1902 stampless backed reduced cover front with fine "NOT TUCKERS" handstamp (carved in wood by Boer postmaster) incoming to "Hokens Eilands" (sic) showing numerous manuscript cancels.
£70

BADAGRY W.D. (WESTERN DISTRICT), Lagos postal history
(Type 9B, D3) dated B/26 MY 1895 (ERD) alongside address panel on cover to the African Missions Society, Lyon, France with marginal QV 2d ultramarine (SG.31) cancelled by manuscript squiggle and oval of bars with red PAID BR. PACKET/30 JU 95/7-A arrival, reverse Lagos A/MY 27 95 and Lyon 2 JUIL 95.
£425


NEW ZEALAND postal history
1864 cover to Helensburgh, Dumbartonshire with 6d red-brown cancelled manuscript "Be" (believed Benmore) with red framed "TOO LATE" applied Invercargill DE 18 64 per b/stamp. RPSNZ Cert (2013).
£285

28 used KALK-BAY, Cape of Good Hope postal history
on small 1d rate ladies/invitation envelope, only part flap showing embossed thistles, from Mrs. Osborn, now Howe, Brigadier "Salvation Army" dated JU 16 68 b/stamped same day arrival, adhesive with outer-line and appended "Paid 1d" in manuscript.
£125

FAIRFIELD, Bahamas postal history:
(TRD 3C, D1 in purple) dated JAN 10 1953 with KG6 1d added on arrival at Nassau over "Postage Paid 1d" in red crayon, opened irregularly at top.
£48
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