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34 used Riviere Des Anguilles, Mauritius postmark
on QV 17c on 4d (SG.87), some lighter tone blemishes.

RADIO OFFICE G.P.O. BELIZE fiscal cancel
undated as used for the 25c telegraph rate on KG6 25c.

GRENADA sans-serif dbl-arc (only 4 known)
(T.8) small cover to Thomas Rankin, Edinburgh rated 1/-, reverse GRENADA MR 10 1849/A despatch and AP 9 (London) and AP 10 arrivals. Ex RUSSELL JONES (estimated £800).
The other three examples are dated AU 9 1847 without code, NO 7 1848/A, AU 27 1850 without code, the instrument was sent out from GPO, London MY 1 1847 during the lifetime of Type A11 so clearly a separate duty was planned. These intermittent strikes came during the life of the GRENADA serifed dbl-arc (Type A11 proofed GPO London AP 5 1844) recorded period JY 25 1844 to OC 29 1857 and as a backstamp on early GB used Grenada entires.

GRENADA stamps:
1875 1/- deep mauve with prominent raised inverted "S" in "POSTAGE" (SG.13c, Cat.£500), fine used.
500 sheets printed (500 errors).

BARBADOS stamps:
Newly discovered 1874 ½d deep green (SG.65), a used example with unlisted DOUBLE PRINT.
Scan of normal for comparison only (not included)

NEW SOUTH WALES to ANTIGUA postal history
1869 flimsy stock cover to Clare Hall, Antigua marked "Per R.M.S. Malta" with QV 2d x 3, QV 10d x 3 (3/- rate) pmk'd Sydney DE 31 69 showing London 25 FE 70 transit, reverse, clear of detached flap, Antigua B/MR 17 70 arrival. Faults.

1921 reg. cover from The Tortola Drug Store to Langlaagte, Transvaal with KGV ½d, 1d x 3, 2½d (6d rate) pmk'd purple ink TORTOLA A/JA 5 21 d/rings with matching ink ROAD TOWN registration etiquette h/stamped numeral "10", b/stamped Charlotte Amalie St. Thomas JAN 9 1921 and New York 1-17 1921 transits, unevenly opened at right but a wonderful destination cover.

MAIL FROM THE PROLIFIC FORGER Raoul De Thuin, British Honduras postal history
THE FRENCH PHILATELIC AGENCY, P.O. Box 206, Belize was just one of numerous printed address aliases used by the prolific stamp forger Raoul de Thuin to circumvent the spotting by the U.S. Post Office of his fraudulent activities to particular persons or firms (full details in Around The Caribbean 7). This cover with KG6 2c, 3c pmk'd Belize 3 OC 39 to Berlin, USA.
De Thuin (born Belgium 1890, died Guayaguil Ecuador 1975) started his philatelic “work” as early as 1916 leading to a shop in Brussels in 1927. He entered Mexico in 1931 on the run from French and Belgian police who wanted him for forgery. He was expelled from Mexico for setting up a forgery ring and moved to Tegucigalpa, Honduras where he was jailed and expelled in 1936, and then lived in Belize until moving back to Mexico in 1941 where he settled until 1968 when he moved to his wife’s home in Guayaguil. He specialised in forging overprints of Central and South American countries, especially Mexico, turning common stamps into rarities. “The Yucatan Affair” published by The American Philatelic Society illustrates his fabrications on much of the 523 pages. He is quoted as saying that “I have no conscience at all at having deceived all those foolish people. They are just fanatics who neglect their families for their passion.”

1945 unsealed "Card Only" cover to Barbados with KG6 pair and single ¼d pmk'd Roseau */17 DE 45, b/stamped Barbados 24 DEC 1945 machine and St. Lawrence S.O. d/ring, a few light blemishes.

ALL PINES, British Honduras postmark
(SC-4) */25 JY 30 on pair KGV 2c (SG.127) piece.

8 code used ST. THOMAS, Barbados postmark
(M2-R) dated 8/NO 21 83 on QV 1d (SG.91).

SAN ESTEVAN (late return to "C" code), British Honduras postal history
(SC-1a) dated C/28 SP 27 on 2 c KGV 2c (SG.127) cover to Montgomery Ward, Chicago, slight creasing.

K3 "3" used INLAND-ISLAND, Bermuda postmark
dated B/SP 18 1880 on QV 6d dull mauve, QV 4d orange (SG.7,20) piece, unusual combination and unusual rate.

KG6 1½d (SG.164) showing broken top to first "U" and raised second "U" pmk'd GOVERNORS HARBOUR 13 MAY 43.

BRIDGETOWN bootheel (issued 1863), Barbados postmark
on 1861 (½d) blue-green, possibly from an imperforate used pair (SG.21b).

LONG CAY F.I., Bahamas postmark
(T.1) C/AP 2 89 on QV £1.00 Venetian-red (SG.57, Cat.£225).

ST. KITTS (dash dash) cds
dated A/AP 27 73 on QV 1d magenta CC wmk (SG.2).

5 code used ST. JOHN, Barbados postmarks
(M2-R) dated 5/JU 17 84 on QV 2½d (SG.93).

4 code used ST. GEORGE, Barbados postmark
(M2-R) dated 4/JA 8 84 on QV 1d (SG.92).

R.A.F. STATION No.111, Bahamas postal history
1946 stampless foolscap OHMS covers (2) to Montreal, Quebec and London, England showing PAID AT BAHAMAS crowned circle and R.A.F. STATION No.111/OFFICIAL MAIL/NASSAU BAHAMAS h/stamps (both with clear strikes across reverse flaps), some creasing.
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