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EGYPT to JAMAICA
Egypt 5m carmine UPU Post Card to the wife of Col. Caulfield, Up Park Camp, Jamaica pmk'd ALEXANDRIE 16 XI 93 with London NO 22 93, Kingston and UP-PARK-CAMP DE 8 93 arrivals, cross written message.
£90


BAHAMAS to EGYPT
Full cover with TAORMINA K.u.K.Y.G printed flap to Prince Colloredo Mannsfeld (originally an Italian noble family) in Cairo pmk'd Nassau C/MR 28 01.
TAORMINA is a beach holiday town under Mount Etna in Sicily.
£120


FIRST EMPIRE FLYING BOAT 1d rate, SOUTH AFRICA to EGYPT postal history
1937 cover with Claremont sender address on reverse marked "First Empire Flying Boat 1d rate" to Cairo, Egypt with 1d tied Cape Town JUL 3 1937 machine, on arrival framed "RETOUR" and pencil "to sender", on reverse boxed "UNCLAIMED/NON RECLAME" handstamp, some toning.
£24

FROM H.M. SHIP, EGYPT to BRITISH GUIANA postal history
1945 stampless cover to Demerara, British Guiana pmk'd EGYPT 153/31 JA 45/POSTAGE PREPAID with partial CAIRO machine on reverse, blue tombstone FROM H.M. SHIP/PASSED BY CENSOR handstamp.
£32


KORTI, Sudan postmark/cancel with COMPLETE OFFSET Egypt ovp'd 1p PSE
(D2, short-lived) dated 30 11 98 on 5m (SG.13) added Egypt ovp'd 1p blue PSE piece with COMPLETE OFFSET on reverse.
£65


Kyoto, Japan via Broome, Western Australia and Singapore to Egypt, Germany, Switzerland
1913 use of Japan 4 sen deep brown/buff UPU Post Card to The School of Medicine, Cairo written Kyoto 26 April 1913 with BROOME 5 JU 13, Singapore JU 18 13 (reverse), Cairo 8 VII 13 with re-addressing in red ink to Leipzig, Germany and the Hotel Kronenberg, Pontresina, Switzerland.
£125


ADEN postal history
1934 cover with colourless embossed sender's flap of "COWASJEE DINSHAW & BROS/ADEN" posted to London with India KGV 2as 6ps tied framed "PAQUEBOT" at PORT-TAUFIQ on 25 NO 34, central vertical crease.
£45




Proofed/unrecorded ERRONEOUSLY APPLIED unique TRINCOMALEE/RETURNED FOR POSTAGE,CEYLON postal history
1845 wrapper from C. Brun fils, Port Louis pmk'd red MAURITIUS POST OFFICE d/ring dated NO 05 1845 marked "via Ceylon" to Veillon Freres, Bordeaux, France with "Paid 1/8" in dark black ink most unusually landed on Ceylon's north east coast (instead of the southern port of Galle) showing prepared for application TRINCOMALEE/RETURNED FOR POSTAGE datestamp for NO 22 1845 erroneously applied, crossed through, and TRINCOMALEE/STEAMER LETTER added for the next day in the same coloured ink. Carried via ALEXANDRIA (JA 7 1846) with 25mm chisels slits and large part PURIFIE AU LAZERET/MALTE handstamp added showing red PAQ. ANG. MARSEILLES (16 JANV 46) on address panel and Bordeaux (10 JANV 46) arrival backstamp with 96 decimes to be collected. Exhibition item collecting cancellations from five different countries.
Similar RETURNED FOR POSTAGE datestamps were proofed for other Ceylon towns but none are known used. This remarkable example only exists due being wrongly applied.
£7250

EGYPT to BERMUDA postal history
1942 censored Ionian Bank, Alexandria (printed flap) cover with 1 mil pair, 20 mil pmk'd 1 MR 42 to Hamilton, peripheral faults.
£15

EGYPT to BERMUDA postal history
1944 National Bank censored cover with 2mils, 20mils pmk'd Cairo 19 OC 44 to Hamilton.
£18


B01 used ALEXANDRIA, Egypt postal history (Ex GRIFFITHS)
1869 entire with handstruck "POSTED AFTER/DEPARTURE OF PACKET" to Liverpool with pair GB QV 6d Plate 8 pmk'd "B01" with ALEXANDRIA JY 10 69 alongside, fine GIUSEPPE CAMPOS sender's cachet with Liverpool 27 JY 69 arrival on upper flap. Ex JOHN O. GRIFFITHS.
£825

EGYPT 27m
HAND-DRAWN Facsimile one of 250 plus individually unique items discovered in a cream-coloured vellum stockbook belonging to a Walter D. Young in an old desk by a Cabinet making in Woking, Surrey about July 1951. The artist evidently spent a great deal of time on his work.
£30
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