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ST. VINCENT postal history
circa 1880 'ON HER MAJESTY'S SERVICE.' (seriffed capitals, 41mm underlining bar) postal stationary envelope (137 x 79mm) unused with large attractive raised white on orange-red embossed seal of colony flap, right flap showing embossed 'WILLIAM BROWN & Co., MAKERS, LONDON'. Flap largely detached (strengthened by hinges) with smaller faults but few believed to exist.
Note: this is a differing size underlining bar to the one illustrated by Vincent Duggleby in the December 1991 BWISC Bulletin No.151 which shows the bar starting under the 'R' of 'HER' and ending under 'SE' of 'SERVICE.'
£140


52 used LAUNCESTON, Tasmania with London 20 lines unframed circular CORRECTION HANDSTAMP
1870 cover to Islington, London with QV 6d tied "52" numeral with red LAUNCESTON 12 AU 1870 despatch, on arrival red LONDON PAID dated A/SP 10 70 mistakenly applied and obliterated with unframed circular 20 lines correction handstamp, and correct arrival of A/OC 10 70 applied alongside, re-directed to Stoke Newington some 2.7 miles away with small black crowned circle applied to show no further charge for delivery within London area, envelope with colourless embossed J. WALSH & SONS, HOBART TOWN & LAUNCESTON makers imprint under flap, no backstamps.
£240




Massive 27mm LONG PLATE SCRATCH on QV 12c black, Nova Scotia postal history
1866 cover with colourless embossed "R.T. MUIR, 125 GRANVILLE ST." envelope manufacturer name under flap to the Inner Temple, London with QV 12c black/yellowish paper showing massive 27mm long vertical plate scratch at left tied oval grid with red London Paid 12 FE 66 arrival alongside, reverse partial WOLFVILLE N.S. JA 27 1866 and oval H/JA 30 1866/N.S. Halifax transit.
British packet mail carried by British Steamer Cunard Line "Asia".
£625
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