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: Wales 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



NEW SOUTH WALES cross border RIVERINA "forerunner", VICTORIA postal history
1852 wrapper with large part content to Deptford, London with clipped corners Victoria 1d x 2, 3d (SG.9a, 37 paying 2d inland rate, 3d ship letter rate) pmk'd Maidens Punt barred oval "12 and rated unpaid"8", reverse MAIDENS PUNT DC 18 1852 and Melbourne DC 20 1852.
The Maidens Punt Post Office was actually at Moama in New South Wales on the northern bank of the Murray River, and therefore can be considered as a cross border Riverina "forerunner".
£250

NEW SOUTH WALES postal history
1876 cover to New Haven, Connecticut, USA with QV 6d pale lilac pmk'd Sydney B/JA 14 76 with handstruck red circled "PAID ALL" (with fleurons applied Sydney) showing San Francisco FEB 14 transit, no arrival backstamp.
The Postal Convention of FE 1 1874 between USA and NSW established the use of PAID ALL handstamps at Sydney on mail to San Francisco. Queensland and Victoria did the same when their conventions became effective in 1876 and 1879. Their use continued until the Colonies joined the UPU in 1891.
£120

NEW SOUTH WALES postal history
1878 double rate cover to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA with QV 1/- black pmk'd Sydney C/FE 28 1878 with handstruck oval purple "PAID ALL" showing red San Francisco MAR 28 transit, b/stamped APR 4 arrival.
The Postal Convention of FE 1 1874 between USA and NSW established the use of PAID ALL handstamps at Sydney on mail to San Francisco. Queensland and Victoria did the same when their conventions became effective in 1876 and 1879. Their use continued until the Colonies joined the UPU in 1891.
£120

GUADELOUPE to NEW CALEDONIA forwarded NEW SOUTH WALES
1938 reg. cover to Noumea, New Caledonia with Guadeloupe 40c, 1f 75c pmk'd Basseterre 18 OCT 38 arriving Noumea 20 DEC 38 (backstamp), re-directed to the French Consul, Sydney, New South Wales with Nouvelle Caledonie 50c, 2f pmk'd Noumea 16 FEVR 39 showing 23 FEB 39 arrival (backstamp). An exceptional combination of countries.
£250

BERMUDA to New South Wales, Australia postal history
1931 (NO 24) cover with 1d Caravel pmk'd Mangrove Bay to Michelago, New South Wales, both fancy decorative inside and unusual diagonal perforation for opening, no backstamps.
£30

NEW SOUTH WALES postal history (Ex WILLCOCKS)
1863 cover to Lambeth, London with QV 6d plus (6d) REGISTERED pmk'd "36" with handstruck REGISTERED/BRAIDWOOD and red (crown)/REGISTERED applied on arrival, reverse Braidwood JA 19 1863 despatch clear of missing flap. Worn appearance. Ex Martin WILLCOCKS (1999).
£195

NEW SOUTH WALES postal history
1875 cover to Paris with three colour franking of 4d, 6d, 1/- pmk'd SYDNEY AU 9 1875, no flap.
£250

NEW SOUTH WALES postal history
1883 cover via Naples to Berlin, Germany with QV 3d, 6d pmk'd SYDNEY HMY 7 83 duplex.
£85


Great Britain used in Jamaica
1921 cover with incorrectly added GB KGV 1d (perf. faults) to South Wales just tied NEWPORT, JAMAICA NO 5 21 d/ring, tax handstamp and GB 1d, 2d Postage Dues tied 22 NO 21, soiled.
£24

178 used MARENGO, New South Wales postal history
cover with 2 x QV 2d to Hobart, Tasmania dated OC 13 1904 with handstruck "TOO-LATE".
£24


NEW SOUTH WALES postal history
1860 mourning cover to Muswell Brook with perf. Plate II QV 2d tied Tamworth "71" numeral, b/stamped MR or MY 22 60, part flap removed.
£140

FORWARDED BY/GEORGE A. LLOYD & Co/SYDNEY, N.S.W.
blue in oval cachet on lower flap of 1861 cover from San Francisco p. Electra to Parametta, N.S.W. The agent affixed the 2d and 2 x 1d adhesives for the onward 4d inland rate between oz and 1oz. Cover a little aged etc but believed to be the only example of this rare cachet.
£525

1898 cover to New South Wales
with enclosed letter bearing QV d and 1d (a further uncancelled QV 1d has been removed and replaced by hinged example) pmk'd C/NO 25 98, b/stamped JA 11 89 arrival.
£60
 1