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320, Cape of Good Hope postmark
on 1d (SG.59a).
£9

ATLANTIS HOTEL, BATHSHEBA COAST, Barbados postal history
coloured ppc showing the railway line mailed with 1d Badge to Huddersfield pmk'd GPO 12 JA 26 cds.
£15

T.P.O. UP, Cape of Good Hope postmark
dated O/25 JU 93 on block of four and single 2d (SG.56) piece.
£14

A28 used ANNOTTO BAY, Jamaica postmark
(Type M) on QV d CC wmk (SG.7).
£3

A28 used ANNOTTO BAY, Jamaica postmark
(Type M) on QV 1d blue CC wmk (SG.8).
£2

SECONDEE, Gold Coast postmark
(T.4) brass seal on 1879 QV d olive-yellow CC wmk (SG.4, Cat.40).
£24

KING'S VALE, Jamaica postmark
20 SEP 1949 temporary rubber datestamp on KG6 1d Post Card cut-out piece.
£10

SPENCERS POINT, Bahamas postmark
(T.7, D2) 25 FEB 11 on KE7 1d (SG.72), creased.
£55

INAGUA, Bahamas postmark
(T.1, D2) A/DE 7 without year on 1907 KE7 2d MCA wmk (SG.73, Cat.26).
This cds being used after the introduction of T.7 I in late 1905.
£20

GRANTS TOWN, Bahamas postmark
(T.5, D2) */NO 13 38 on KG6 1d (SG.151).
£7

T.P.O. UP, Cape of Good Hope railway postmark
dated B/OC 9 94 on two pairs plus single 4d (SG.51a) piece.
£16

SANDY POINT, St. Kitts postmark
*/6 AU 48 on Leewards KG6 2d (SG.105a).
£4

G14 used HAMPDEN, Jamaica postmark
on QV 2d Keyplate (SG.28), rare on this issue.
£30

SUMBUYAH, Sierra Leone postmark
(147.02) sideways facing down B/NO 8 33 on KGV 1d Slavery (SG.169).
£12

9 used ST. ANDREW, Barbados postmark
(C2) bootheel on (1d) deep blue (SG.24), some thinning.
£20

A41 used GOLDEN SPRING, Jamaica postmark
on QV 4d CA wmk (SG.22b), rare on this issue.
£32

RICHMOND, Jamaica railway postmark
(S3, D2) in blue dated JUL 8 1914 on KGV 1d (SG.58).
£15

A30 used BLACK RIVER, Jamaica postmark
on QV 3d CC wmk (SG.10), scarce on this issue.
£12

"B" used St. Marks, GRENADA postal history
1897 cover to Verviers, Belgium with QV 2d Keyplate pmk'd St. Marks "B" dated 14 OC 97.
£120






DOMINICA postal history landed with MARGATE/SHIP-LRE
1837 entire headed "Dominica 26th July 1837" and docketted "D.S. Laidlaw, Dominica Dated 26 July Rec'd 12 Sept" marked "p. Orbut" addressed to the Hon. Wm Frazer, Alexander, Wilson & Co. in London landed with "MARGATE/SHIP LRE" and rated 1/8.
An ongoing current survey of 1,381 private ship letters landed at ports around the UK show only 14 entires landed at Margate with only two being from Dominica (the other written OC 17 1787). On this date, 26 July 1837, some 23 vessels were wrecked at Barbados during a hurricane, and 57 lives lost. The distance between Roseau and Bridgetown being only 193 miles. The Hon. Dugald Stewart Laidlaw, merchant of Roseau, served as Acting Governor of Dominica 1843-45.
£325
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