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K1 "11", Bermuda postmark/cancel
on 1866 QV 2d dull blue CC wmk (SG.3), trimmed perfs both top and left sides but one of the most difficult numbers in the K1 series.

ST. GEORGE'S, Bermuda to St. Georges, GRENADA
1872 mourning cover pmk'd STG/JY 28 72 to Grenada with 1865 QV 6d dull purple (SG.6) left to be cancelled at Hamilton with K1 "1", partial St. Thomas and Grenada transit/arrivals, larger part of flap missing. Rare destination.

full cover pmk'd MAR 8 1957

BERMUDA to FINLAND postal history
1933 cover with d Caravel block of ten to Hameenlinna, Finland pmk'd St. Georges 13 DEC 33, the enclosed Christmas card signed by Mrs A. Booker.

trimmed perfs, Crown CC wmk

NPB (Newspaper Branch)
Crown CA wmk, perf. fault









K4a series

K3a series

K3a series, QV 1d CA wmk (SG.22)





Crown CC wmk (SG.8)

HARRINGTON SOUND, Bermuda postal history
1900 small cover addressed to Miss Lettie Outerbridge, Bailey's Bay with pair QV ½d dull green (SG.21) pmk'd HARRINGTON SOUND SP 23 1900, b/stamped BAILEY'S BAY A/SP 22 1900 (sic).

O.A.T. F.S. BERMUDA to HUNGARY postal history
1965 col. ppc of "A Bermuda Home and Garden" to Budapest, Hungary with QE2 9d tied Hamilton 12 MCH 1965 machine, boxed purple "O.A.T./F.S." added during London transit.

BERMUDA postal history
1906 b/w ppc of "Pirate Rock" to Birmingham, England with 1d Dock tied Hamilton AP 19 1906 with SHIP LETTER LONDON C/MY 4 06 arrival alongside.

Mail to St. George's DETAINED AT AMERICAN CONSUL FOR 13 YEARS, Bermuda postal history
1879 cover from P.D. Slocum & Co., Clothiers, New Bedford, Massachusetts to Mr. Holder B. Slocum, 1st Mate Brig V.H. Hill, Capt. Sylvia, Bermuda (showing "Care Am Consul" at lower left) with U.S. 5c blue Zachary Taylor tied New Bedford cork dated MAY 10 with Boston MAY 10 transit and ST. GEORGES MAY 20 1879 oval receiving backstamps (LRD on incoming mail), after 13 years marked in red manuscript "Remained at American Consulate until 23rd April 1892/Not called for" with presumed Consulate Dead Letter Office purple pointing hand "RETURN TO THE WRITER. D.L.O." handstamp and placed in the mail with ST. GEORGES B/AP 23 92 cds (H1, usually applied at a transit or arrival datestamp, Ludington Page 141) with DEAD LETTER OFFICE/S A triangle dated MAY 11-92 on reverse. A fascinating item.
Previous history: The whaling schooner Varnum H. Hill of and from Provincetown, was captured by the rebel steamer "Florida" on 27 June 1863 and released on bond of $10,000 on condition that she would take prisoners belonging to the destroyed ships "Southern Cross" (June 6, burnt same day), "Red Gauntlet" (June 14, kept in company as carrying coal and burnt on the 26th), "Benjamin Hoxie" (June 16 carrying silver bars valued at 500,000, sunk June 27) into Bermuda. Some 54 seamen were landed at Hamilton on 4 July and were taken in charge by the American Consul, and on 7 July Captain Doe of the British brig "Henrietta" agreed to take the seamen brought in by the V.H. Hill to New York. (Research shows no further mention of the V.H. Hill allowing no explanation for this incoming letter of 1879, and it being detained at the American Consul for 13 years until released in 1892). The "Florida" was a highly successful commerce raider in the Confederate States Navy capturing 37 prize ships.
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