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3600457  1860-70 1d pale blue Bisected, SG #1d, on cut-down cover tied by 'A44' barred cancel of Goshen and 'ALEXANDRIA/2MR/64/JAMAICA' arrival on front with 'DUNCANS' transit cancel on rear. Cat £650.
Lot 1950 [1 of 2]:1860-70 1d pale blue Bisected, SG #1d, on cut-down cover tied by 'A44' barred cancel of Goshen and 'ALEXANDRIA/2MR/64/JAMAICA' arrival on front with 'DUNCANS' transit cancel on rear. Cat £650. Lot 1950 [2 of 2]:1860-70 1d pale blue Bisected, SG #1d, on cut-down cover tied by 'A44' barred cancel of Goshen and 'ALEXANDRIA/2MR/64/JAMAICA' arrival on front with 'DUNCANS' transit cancel on rear. Cat £650.
180.00

JAMAICA - Postal History

3114078  1885 (Feb 21) 1st Battalion West Indies Regiment cover (crest on flap) to UK 4d QV (damaged) tied by Up Park Camp squared-circle datestamp, on reverse Kingston (Jamaica) square-circle & Taunton (UK) transits as well as Milverton arrival backstamp, small edge blemishes.
Lot 1951:1885 (Feb 21) 1st Battalion West Indies Regiment cover (crest on flap) to UK 4d QV (damaged) tied by Up Park Camp squared-circle datestamp, on reverse Kingston (Jamaica) square-circle & Taunton (UK) transits as well as Milverton arrival backstamp, small edge blemishes.
170.00
3115712  1917 (May) cover to USA with KGV 1d & 1½d tied by Kingston machine cancel, scarce 'OPENED BY AN OFFICER/OF THE POST OFFICE BY/EXPRESS WARRANT OF/THE GOVERNOR' label over the upper edge, crested flap, some soiling.
Lot 1952:1917 (May) cover to USA with KGV 1d & 1½d tied by Kingston machine cancel, scarce 'OPENED BY AN OFFICER/OF THE POST OFFICE BY/EXPRESS WARRANT OF/THE GOVERNOR' label over the upper edge, crested flap, some soiling.
230.00

VICTORIA - Postal History

2616497  1856 (Sep 27) entire with 4-margins 6d Woodblock to London, cancelled with BN '1', endorsed p Red Jacket, red '1d' handstamp on face. The letter advise the sale of "old jam" and in the increase in gold exports and the general improvement in the economy.
Lot 1081 [1 of 2]:1856 (Sep 27) entire with 4-margins 6d Woodblock to London, cancelled with BN '1', endorsed p Red Jacket, red '1d' handstamp on face. The letter advise the sale of "old jam" and in the increase in gold exports and the general improvement in the economy. Lot 1081 [2 of 2]:1856 (Sep 27) entire with 4-margins 6d Woodblock to London, cancelled with BN '1', endorsed p Red Jacket, red '1d' handstamp on face. The letter advise the sale of "old jam" and in the increase in gold exports and the general improvement in the economy.
725.00

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Postal History

2601796 ✉FA-1903 (Mar 16) cover from Jamaica to San Francisco, with 'ADVERTISED/MAY 11 1903/San Francsisco, Cal./Due 1 Cent.' handstamp in red and 'Non=Reclame' handstamp in purple, triangle Dead Letter Office handstamp on back. Nice cover.
Lot 2184 [1 of 2]:1903 (Mar 16) cover from Jamaica to San Francisco, with 'ADLot 2184 [2 of 2]:1903 (Mar 16) cover from Jamaica to San Francisco, with 'AD
240.00

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - Military - World War II Period

3115777  Portland Bight, Jamaica 1942 (Feb) two covers addressed to Corporal Charles Mckiever of the US Marine Corps Detachment stationed at Portland Bight, Jamaica, both with circular 'PASSED BY/NAVAL CENSOR' handstamp in blue, one with 10c Airmail tied by Washington slogan cancel, the other endorsed "special rate" with 1½c Prexie strip of 3 & single tied by Washington duplex cancel. (2)
Lot 2199 [1 of 2]:Portland Bight, Jamaica 1942 (Feb) two covers addressed to Corporal Charles Mckiever of the US Marine Corps Detachment stationed at Portland Bight, Jamaica, both with circular 'PASSED BY/NAVAL CENSOR' handstamp in blue, one with 10c Airmail tied by Washington slogan cancel, the other endorsed "special rate" with 1½c Prexie strip of 3 & single tied by Washington duplex cancel. (2)Lot 2199 [2 of 2]:Portland Bight, Jamaica 1942 (Feb) two covers addressed to Corporal Charles Mckiever of the US Marine Corps Detachment stationed at Portland Bight, Jamaica, both with circular 'PASSED BY/NAVAL CENSOR' handstamp in blue, one with 10c Airmail tied by Washington slogan cancel, the other endorsed "special rate" with 1½c Prexie strip of 3 & single tied by Washington duplex cancel. (2)
95.00
   
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