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JAMAICA "A01" TRANSFERRED TO LONDON FOREIGN BRANCH, Transvaal postal history
1902 censored cover to The Hague, Holland with 2 x 1d E.R.I. overprints tied Johannesburg 18 APR 02 with further uncancelled KE7 d firmly "killed" by obsolete Jamaica "A01" numeral Type E transferred to London Foreign Branch to cancel loose mail. A wonderful combination cover.
£240

A47 used HOPE BAY, Jamaica postal history
1888 cover to Kingston with QV 2d slate (SG.22a) tied "A47" with HOPE-BAY A/7 MR (88) and Kingston MR 8 88 sqc arrival on reverse, some toning.
£75


EXTRAORDINARY USE OF A BROKEN OBLITERATOR SENT FOR USE AT A NEWLY OPENED OFFICE
1875 unique cover with temporary re-introduction of the broken "A 9" numeral obliterator (Type H "A79" with "7" missing); two strong clear strikes on 2 x QV 1d blue Crown CC wmk (SG.8) addressed Bules Penn, Four Paths Post Office, Clarendon with KINGSTON MR 11 75 transit alonside. Reverse with manuscript "Mt Charles 11 Mar 1875" written top left corner and central poor FOUR PATHS MR 15 75 arrival. Arguably one of Jamaica's greatest rarity covers and a great exhibition item. The "A79" (H) was allocated to the Richmond Post Office (St. Mary Parish) and only one cover is known dated FE 2 1866. Shortly after this date the instrument became damaged as a differing format replacement "A79" (Type J) is known used at Richmond AU 7 1866 (just five months later). Robert Topaz in his 1967 rarity guide recorded no examples damaged "A 9" on Pine wmk issues, but recorded the "A 9" on CC wmk 1d, 2d, 3d, 4d, 6d each described as very rare and each allocated his highest pricing of 270 each in his 1981 pricing guide.
The Mount Charles Post Office (St. Andrews Parish) was opened September 15th 1874.
£4250



A76 used SPANISH TOWN, Jamaica postal history
(Type O) in blue ink indistinctly tying QV 2d Crown CC (SG.9) on OHMS Royal Arms stationery cover to Kingston dated B/JY 22 80. On arrival ADVERTISED, UNCLAIMED with RETURNED LETTER BRANCH 18 AU 80 handstamps.
Only one other blue ink numeral cover recorded - from Port Antonio with A64 dated JA 25 1878
£250


A66 used PORT MARIA, Jamaica postal history
tying "TWO PENCE/HALF PENNY" on QV 4d red-brown (SG.30) with "HALF.-" variety (looks like "HALE) on cover to Scotland b/stamped Port Maria FE 1 91, New York FE 18 91 and Dundee MR 2 91, toning, small part flap removed. Village covers for this issue seldom encountered.
£165

A76 used SPANISH TOWN, Jamaica postal history
Type H on vertical strip of four QV 2d pale rose Pine wmk (SG.2) on miniature entire (111x52mm) dated C/AP 1 61 internally to Mandeville P.O., one stamp with clipped corner.
£180

A47 used HOPE-BAY, Jamaica postal history
1892 QV 1d slate UPU Reply Card portion to Montreal, Canada with design pmk'd "A47" with HOPE-BAY A/OC 5 92 despatch and Kingston, New York, C/OC 20 92 transit and arrivals, full reverse text. Some light creasing but a very difficult office on entire.
£95
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