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HOPE-TOWN, Bahamas
C/26 MR 91 on QV 4d, rarely seen on this denomination.


JERSEY, Channel Islands and ST. MALO, France combination postal history
1904 use of GB KE7 1d carmine UPU Post Card pmk'd JERSEY JA 13 04 with France 10c adhesive pmk'd ST. MALO 14 1 04 addressed to Orme, France showing 15 JANY 04 arrival.

1861 cover to Mayfair, London with GB 6d pmk'd "A25" duplex dated A/MALTA/MY 17 61 showing London A 6/MY 22 61 arrival and forwarded to Wyck, Alton, Hampshire with GB QV 1d red pmk'd London W 11 duplex dated X/MY 23 61, b/stamped Alton MY 24 61 arrival. Ex Jakob von UEXKULL.
Such GB combination covers are seldom found and extremely rare, and do not exist for most countries and agencies that were supplied with GB stamps.

CA used CALLIAQUA, St. Vincent postmark/cancel
in red ink dated JA 27 74 overstruck black horiz. "A10" (PML.4) on QV 4d yellow (SG.12, Cat.160).

5 code used ST. JOHN, Barbados postmark/cancel
(M2-R) normal shaped 5/OC 20 66 on guide-lines positional 1861 (d) blue-green (SG.21a, Cat.75) in combination with Bridgetown "1" bootheel.

Village pen-lines plus "A10" used KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent postmarks/cancels
(PML.4) on 1871 QV 6d deep green upright star wmk (SG.16).

A10 used KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent postmark on TRINIDAD stamp
(PML.4), struck firmly on arrival as a "killer" due the indistinct TRINIDAD dbl-arc blending into the background of the Trinidad 1872 4d grey P.12 (SG.71), tiny pin-hole.
Exceedingly rare as this combination would not normally happen, let alone survive, almost certainly unique.

MOUNT EDGECOMBE, Natal postmark/cancel
(Type N) in violet dated P/JA 9 03 on QV 1d (SG.99a) overstruck LONDON arrival dated JA 31 03.

Combination "W A" manuscript and oval of bars, LAGOS postmark/cancel
previously unrecorded manuscript dated "W A 6.1.6" on postally used 1904 KE7 1d MCA wmk (SG.55) in combination with light/poorly struck oval of bars.
In the absence of positive identification the possibility can exist that the weakly struck oval of bars on this KE7 1d was "killed" on arrival by addition of manuscript at Wa, Northern Territories, Gold Coast as that office does not record use of a datestamp until JA 17 1908 (Proud handbook).

K3 "2" handstamps I and II used ST. GEORGE'S, Bermuda postmark/cancel
a unique combination of the two duplex numeral portions on 1880 QV 4d red-orange CC wmk (SG.20).
The rare K3 "2" handstamp II currently recorded period OC 21 to DE 22 1880.

GOVERNORS HARBOUR, Bahamas postmark/cancel
(T.2a, D3) C/AP 11 03 on KE7 2d (SG.63) overstruck NASSAU AP 12 03 cds.

17 used EERSTERLING, Transvaal postmark/cancel
on 3d showing part POSTKANTOOR negative seal, light crease.

LUCKY HILL, Jamaica postmark/cancel
(TRD 21, D1) undated in purple ink on d Exhibition (SG.94) showing partial d/ring with clear "21" year slugs.

1025, Cape of Good Hope postmark/cancel
on 1d (SG.59a) showing partial SEA POINT cds.

13 used GRAND RIVER S.E., Mauritius postmark/cancel
in blue ink on 1883 QV 4c orange CA wmk (SG.104) part dated boxed "18" and cds "83", very rare as such.

A10 used KINGSTOWN, St. Vincent postmark/cancel
in black on QV 6d deep green (SG.4) with red LONDON AP 13 75 arrival.
RMSP Tagus arrived Plymouth AP 12 75.

French postmarks on ST. VINCENT stamp
Squares and numeral 4509 as arrivals on 1861 QV 1d rose-red (SG.1).

GRENADA postmark/cancel
Head Office cds dated MY 24 92 on QV 2d (SG.32) overstruck TRINIDAD C/MY 25 (92) on arrival.

F used CARRIACOU and C used ST. PATRICK'S combination, Grenada postmark/cancels
a rare combination of Carriacou "F" dated 18 MY 93 and large part St. Patrick's "C" on QV 1d (SG.40), toning.
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