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EKUTULENI, Natal postal history
Previously unrecorded d/ring with maltese cross at base dated 21 FEB 13 on Natal KE7 1d UPU Post Card with same day MELMOTH, ZULULAND transit to Klefoa, Sweden, full text.
Head Office MELMOTH, previously named SITEKU (office opened 1910), renamed EKUTULENI (OC 1 1911).
£150

SWEDEN to SAMOA postal history
1908 use of TVA brownish orange PSE with added 1ore, 2ore to Apia, Samoa pmk'd blue ink STOCKHOLM 15 3 08 cds, no backstamps.
£40


Combination BAHAMAS and CUBA to Sweden postal history
1936 printed Swedish America Line (top left) cover to Gothenborg, Sweden with delightful combination Bahamas KGV d, two pairs plus single KGV 1d and Cuba 3c, 10c tied four strikes PAQUEBOT (41 x 6mm) handstamp, reverse Havana ABR 2 1936 cigars machine slogan. Sender address on flap from Pier 97, New York, some frontal stains.
£225

MALTA to Gothenburg, SWEDEN postal history
1878 cover marked "via Italy" and "via Stettin & Berlin" to Georgine Nordenskjorg, Gothenburg, Sweden with GB QV 2d rosy-mauve Plate 12 pmk'd Malta "A25" duplex dated C/DE 16 78, b/stamped 30/12/1878 arrival, rare destination.
£250

BERMUDA to Sweden postal history
1947 (AP 14) Hotel Fourteen, New York cover with KG6 franking pmk'd St. Georges to Stockholm, some tape marks and opened 3 sides.
£14

SWEDEN 1KR
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.
£24
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