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TURKS ISLANDS sender cover used ORACABESSA, Jamaica
full cover with Grand Turk sender address with Jamaica KG6 Coronation trio pmk'd Oracabessa MY 12 37 addressed Oracabessa.
£15

MISSENT TO BAHAMAS
full cover from Dendermonde, Belgium 28 9 81 b/stamped Grand Turk */13 OC 81
£18

MISSENT TO THE BAHAMAS
full cover Canada to Turks & Cicos Islands posted 3 NO 80
£12

TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS stamps:
1919 KGV 3d purple/orange-buff ovp'd "War Tax" with MCA REVERSED wmk (SG.151x, Cat.40), fine unmounted mint.
£16

TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS stamps:
1919 KGV 3d purple/orange-buff ovp'd "War Tax" with MCA REVERSED wmk (SG.151x, Cat.40), fine unmounted mint.
£15

TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS stamps:
1919 KGV 3d purple/orange-buff ovp'd "War Tax" with MCA REVERSED wmk (SG.151x, Cat.40), fine unmounted mint.
£16

TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS stamps:
1919 KGV 3d purple/orange-buff ovp'd "War Tax" with MCA REVERSED wmk (SG.151x, Cat.40), fine unmounted mint.
£16

TURKS and CAICOS ISLANDS stamps:
1919 KGV 3d purple/orange-buff ovp'd "War Tax" with MCA REVERSED wmk (SG.151x, Cat.40), fine unmounted mint.
£16

WARWICK-WEST to TURKS ISLANDS postal history
1907 b/w ppc of Royal Palms marked "Per S.S. Bermudian via New York" to Lindsay Smith, Grand Turk, Turks Islands with 1d Dock pmk'd WARWICK-WEST FE 18 1907 with TURKS ISLANDS FE 21 07 arrival cds alongside.
£55


TURKS ISLANDS "used elsewhere" envelope, JAMAICA postal history
1937 printed Wesley House, Grand Turk sender envelope with Jamaica KG6 Coronation trio pmk'd Oracabessa MY 12 37 addressed to Rev. Sherlock, Oracabessa.
£24


TURKS & CAICOS ISLANDS to BARBADOS postal history
1967 reg. cover to Christ Church, Barbados with QE2 1/- Marlin fishing tied GRAND TURK */14 DE 57 d/ring, two purple str. line "CALL AT OFFICE" applied alongside address panel with reverse appended "Received Taped" showing both Turks and Barbados registered datestamps.
£48


TURKS AND CAICOS postal history
1940 cover to Clifton, Bristol with 4 x KG6 d pmk'd Grand Turk A/NO 14 40 d/ring, reverse Cable and Wireless 30 NO 40 handstamp tied by Examiner 4029 label and 5 x uncancelled Jamaica WAR FUND labels, some defective.
£48


TURKS & CAICOS postal history
1945 cover "airmail via Haiti" to New York with KG6 2d, block of 4 KG6 3d Coronation lightly pmk'd MY 3 45, at left EXAMINER D/43 label.
£40




ST. BARTHELEMY taken to St. CHRISTOPHER for posting to TURKS ISLANDS postal history
1879 entire headed "St Barths 11 Septr 1879" to The Post Master, Grand Turk, Turks Islands, enclosing a letter for Mr. Gibbs (presumed George Gibbs, the Salt Merchant, and Commission and Forwarding Agent at Grand Turk). Conveyed to neighbouring St. Christopher for onward transit where QV 6d green affixed and tied by the "APMY" dumb cds with weak ST. KITTS despatch (thought SP 12 79), rated red "4". On arrival most unusually handstruck internally with pristine TURK'S-ISLAND code removed/OC 10 79 cds probably as a record of receipt to show date acted upon for any future reference. Additionally unique for being the only known St. Christopher UPU member cover to a non-UPU member commanding a 6d rate (St. Christopher was full member from JY 1 1879, Turks Islands did not join the UPU until JA 1 1881). An exceptional showpiece conveyed through British Colonial Post Offices during the second year of French reoccupation.
On NO 26 1781 St. Eustatius was captured by the French under Marquis De Bouille, St. Martin was seized the following day, and Saba and St. Bartholomew soon after. The latter island remained French until 1784 when it was suddenly sold by one of Louis XVI's ministers to Sweden in exchange for trading rights in the Swedish port of Gothenburg. In 1877 France bought back the island from Sweden for 400,000 francs with the agreement ratifield in Stockholm NO 9 1877 and in Paris MR 4 1878. On MR 16 1878 the French officially reoccupied St. Barthelemy. A census in 1875 indicated there were around 2,300 inhabitants on the island. (Note: this is similar to the expectation of how a Cayman Island cover for the period would travel, if one existed, and equally as rare).
£12500

TURKS ISLAND postal history:
QV 2d blue/cream PSE (140 x 79mm) ovp'd SPECIMEN, fresh condition.
£20

1900 Turks & Caicos 1d ovp'd SPECIMEN
(SG.102), fine m.m.
£9

1900 3/- Badge of the Islands
(SG.109), m.m., slight off-setting on base of reverse.
£15

1881
on QV 1d dull red (SG.15), good m/m.
£20

1928
KGV 5/- (SG.185), fine m/m.
£5

TURKS ISLANDS stamps:
1895 QV 4d dull purple & ultramarine ovp'd SPECIMEN (SG.71, Cat.250), fresh u/m strip of five stamps.
£185
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