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MONTSERRAT
Delayed First flight to St. Lucia pmk'd A/JU 20 30 with GPO Plymouth */FE 23 31, reverse St. Kitts C/23 FE 31, Castries */26 FE 31 and partial Montserrat MR 6 31 return.
£75

TRINCOMALEE, Ceylon postmark on forged ST. KITTS-NEVIS stamp
1903 5/- Medicinal Spring (SG.10), a forgery believed to have been cleverly executed by the Belgian forger Dr Julian Smeets by bleaching out the design of used copies of the 1886 Ceylon QV 5c dull purple (SG.195) to a give a "blank" CA wmk P.14 stamp; only immediately given away by the indelible ink portion of a (TRINC)OMALEE (Ceylon) cds which could not be removed.
£80

BALANGODA, Ceylon postmark on forged ST. KITTS-NEVIS stamp
1903 5/- Medicinal Spring (SG.10), a forgery believed to have been cleverly executed by the Belgian forger Dr Julian Smeets by bleaching out the design of used copies of the 1886 Ceylon QV 5c dull purple (SG.195) to a give a "blank" CA wmk P.14 stamp; only immediately given away by the indelible ink portion of a (BA)LANGODA (Ceylon) cds which could not be removed.
£80

NEVIS postmark/cancel on DOMINICA stamp
arrival dated A/DE 27 07 on 1d View (SG.38).
£4

NEVIS postmark/cancel on DOMINICA stamp
arrival dated A/NO 27 09 on Dominica 1d View (SG.48).
£5

NEVIS stamps:
Litho forgery of the 6d Medicinal Spring in grey, fine used.
£7

PAID AT NEVIS crowned circle, Nevis postmark/cancel
on 1883 QV 1d dull rose (SG.27, Cat.35).
£30

GINGERLAND and CHARLESTOWN forged cancels, Nevis postmarks
(in stamp section for convenience) 1951 clipping from Stamp Collecting magazine.
£8

NEVIS stamps:
Scarcer type forgery of the 1/- Medicinal Spring in deep blue-green, fine used.
£15

NEVIS stamps:
Scarcer type forgery of the 4d Medicinal Spring in deep yellow, fine used.
£12

ST. KITTS-NEVIS stamps:
1902 1d Medicinal Spring (SG.2), fine mounted mint ovp'd "SPECIMEN".
£6

ST. KITTS PAID (used during shortage 1d stamps for the internal rate) to NEVIS.
1889 stampless cover to Miss. Richardson, opposite the church, Charlestown, Nevis with the (1d) rate covered by black undated ST. KITTS PAID with ST. KITTS C/DE 10 89 despatch and NEVIS A/DE 11 89 arrival backstamp. Minor blemishes but unique as such and the latest recorded use. Ex BROOKES.
The 1889 shortage of d, 1d, 2d, 4d stamps currently spans a 22 day period NO 21 1889 to DE 12 1889. New supplies were invoiced NO 29 1889 comprising d dull green (6,080 stamps), 1d carmine-rose, 2d ultramarine, 4d grey (6,100 each) all Crown CA wmk, with expected arrival in time for the DE 19 89 sailing to UK. Only four covers and two cover fronts are recorded comprising NO 21 89 (at the over 300 miles rate) to Trinidad, NO 21 89 and DE 5 89 cover fronts (at the 4d UPU rate) to Edinburgh and London respectively, DE 5 89 and DE 12 89 (at the 2d under 300 miles radius rate) to Barbados and Antigua respectively, and DE 10 89 (at the 1d local rate) to Nevis.
£1350

ANGUILLA VALLEY, St. Kitts Nevis postmark
*/20 AP 45 on KG6 1d (SG.70).
£5

NEVIS stamps:
Scarcer type litho forgery of the 1d Medicinal Spring in brownish-red fine used.
£15

NEVIS stamps:
Litho forgery of the 4d Medicinal Spring issue in a very fine unused without gum imperforate block of six stamps.
£36

NEVIS stamps:
Litho forgery of the QV 1d in salmon pink fine used.
£16

NEVIS stamps:
scarcer type litho forgery of the 6d Medicinal Spring fine used.
£10

NEVIS stamps:
Litho forgery of the QV 2d in blue fine used.
£15

GINGERLAND, Nevis postmark
*/MY 26 56 on horiz. pair QE2 1c (SG.107).
£4

NEVIS stamps:
6d sheet of twelve reprinted in black from the engraved plate by the Royal Philatelic Society in 1931, only 50 set produced, numbered "15" on reverse.
£115
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