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All world BANK TRANSFERS by WISE to Michael David Cameron Hamilton SORT CODE 23-08-01 Account 58021507. No postal charges
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Illegal use of KGV 4c REVENUE issue, Trinidad postal history
1938 cover to Chicago with unaccepted KGV 4c REVENUE alongside faulty KGV 2c pmk'd San Fernando 12 APR 38, circled "T" tax handstamp and New York Due 8 cents.

USA/BAHAMAS mixed currency franking
full cover pmk'd Miami MAR 18 1908, purple AUDIT OFFICE, BAHAMAS 16 APR 1908 cachet.

1886 use of Barbados QV 1d brown UPU Post Card with cross-written text headed "Mar 29" pmk'd Dominica vertical "A07" at Roseau with C/AP 3 86 despatch cds alongside to Miss M.B. Clinckett, Rev. Canon Branch, The Rectory, Barrouallie, St. Vincent with only KINGSTOWN C/AP 8 86 arrival b/stamp, corner fault but a fine example of accepted mail which should not have been accepted without penalty.

CRAILSHEIM, Baden-Wurttemberg, German States postal history
full cover with two horizontal pairs 3pf brown, one being diagonally bisected and ringed in blue crayon to indicate unaccepted postage, pmk'd CRAILSHEIM 25 AUG 92 with the bisect also tied on the same date to Cannstatt.

THABA 'NCHU, Orange River Colony postmark
dated 12 MAR 38 on South Africa d, 1d piece with pair Basutoland KGV 1d uncancelled as unaccepted for postage.

THE BAFFLING INTAGLIO "A" MAILBAG SEAL, Montserrat and St. Kitts postal history
1916 small mourning envelope piece possibly mailed from Basseterre with ST. KITTS C/MR 10 16 cds with Montserrat 1d Badge (SG.36) isolated by small red crayon circles so as to identify as unacceptable postage within St. Kitts, and boldly "killed" by "A" intaglio mailbag seal.
Believed unique, the use of this mailbag seal not seen before, and "A" obviously suggests the possibility that it was prepared for sealed bags from Anguilla as it is almost certainly a mark of local origin, the only other suggestion might be "A" for ANULLED.