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GREAT BRITAIN - Postal Stationery

815  1840 1d Mulready Envelope: SG-Spec #ME2 (Forme 2, Stereo A149) with red MC addressed to Mount Vernon with 'Liverpool/JY8/1840/F' receiving stamp on rear.
Lot 815:1840 1d Mulready Envelope: SG-Spec #ME2
120.00 130.00 sold

GREAT BRITAIN - Postal Stationery - Postal Cards

816  1924 & 1925 British Empire Exhibition 1½d envelopes, Huggins & Baker #EP66-67. Generally fine. Unused. (2)
Lot 1523 [1 of 2]:1924 & 1925 British Empire Exhibition 1½d envelopes, Huggins & Baker #EP66-7Lot 1523 [2 of 2]:1924 & 1925 British Empire Exhibition 1½d envelopes, Huggins & Baker #EP66-7
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817  1925 British Empire Exhibition 1d postal card handstamped 'COLONIAS' diagonally in red across inicium. Huggins & Baker #CP87. Unused. [Applied at Lisbon to items received as Specimens from the UPU in Berne for distribution to Portuguese Colonies. The handstamp is rarely seen on GB items]
Lot 1524:1925 British Empire Exhibition 1d postal card handstamped 'COLONIAS' diagonally in red across indicium. Huggins & Baker #CP87
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GREAT BRITAIN - Postal Stationery - Envelopes

818  1843-64 ONE PENNY Embossed Envelopes [1] Aug 12 1847 to Ireland with handstamp 'T.P./Hampstead-NO' backstamped 'ES/AU-12/1847'. [2] to Cornhill dated April 24 1848 with '61' horizontal barred oval cancel. (2)
Lot 1525 [1 of 2]:1843-64 ONE PENNY Embossed Envelopes [1] Aug 12 1847 to Ireland with handstamp 'T.P./Hampstead-NO' backstamped 'ES/AU-12/1847'. [2] to Cornhill dated April 24 1848 with '61' horizontal barred oval cancel. (2)Lot 1525 [2 of 2]:1843-64 ONE PENNY Embossed Envelopes [1] Aug 12 1847 to Ireland with handstamp 'T.P./Hampstead-NO' backstamped 'ES/AU-12/1847'. [2] to Cornhill dated April 24 1848 with '61' horizontal barred oval cancel. (2)
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GREAT BRITAIN - First Day Covers

819
 1964-99 FDC Collection in 6 Royal Mail FDC maroon albums with plastic pages incl numerous issues, few Regionals, booklet panes incl 1972 Wedgewood, (no M/Ss sighted) mostly neat typewritten addresses, mostly Edinburgh Bureau postmarks. Few minor tone spots. (Few 100)
Lot 819:1964-99 FDC Collection in 6 Royal Mail FDC maroon albums with plastic pages incl numerous issues, few Regionals, booklet panes incl 1972 Wedgewood, (no M/Ss sighted) mostly neat typewritten addresses, mostly Edinburgh Bureau postmarks. Few minor tone spots. (Few 100)
150.00 115.00 sold

GREAT BRITAIN - Postal History

820  1698 complete entire, roughly opened, Essex to London dated Feb 22 1698 to John Moore at his warehouse Dice Key to discuss trade in hops, wheat and barley, 13mm Bishop Mark 'FE/23'.
Lot 820 [1 of 2]:1698 complete entire, roughly opened, Essex to London dated Feb 22 1698 to John Moore at his warehouse Dice Key to discuss trade in hops, wheat and barley, 13mm Bishop Mark 'FE/23'. Lot 820 [2 of 2]:1698 complete entire, roughly opened, Essex to London dated Feb 22 1698 to John Moore at his warehouse Dice Key to discuss trade in hops, wheat and barley, 13mm Bishop Mark 'FE/23'.
160.00 170.00 sold
821  1760 entire to London dated 'May 14th 1760' from Llandovery, Wales to Chancery Lane, London, 18mm Bishop Mark '19/MA' and 'LLAN/DOVERY' town stamp on rear.
Lot 821 [1 of 4]:1760 entire to London dated 'May 14th 1760' from Llandovery, Wales to Chancery Lane, London, 18mm Bishop Mark '19/MA' and 'LLAN/DOVERY' town stamp on rear. Lot 821 [2 of 4]:1760 entire to London dated 'May 14th 1760' from Llandovery, Wales to Chancery Lane, London, 18mm Bishop Mark '19/MA' and 'LLAN/DOVERY' town stamp on rear. Lot 821 [3 of 4]:1760 entire to London dated 'May 14th 1760' from Llandovery, Wales to Chancery Lane, London, 18mm Bishop Mark '19/MA' and 'LLAN/DOVERY' town stamp on rear. Lot 821 [4 of 4]:1760 entire to London dated 'May 14th 1760' from Llandovery, Wales to Chancery Lane, London, 18mm Bishop Mark '19/MA' and 'LLAN/DOVERY' town stamp on rear.
140.00 105.00 sold
822  1770 (Mar 1) Entire from Westminster to Smithfield with Dockwra stamp Type 4 for Thursday (TH) and Westminster (W). Good condition for age.
Lot 822 [1 of 2]:1770 (Mar 1) Entire from Westminster to Smithfield with Dockwra stamp Type 4 for Thursday (TH) and Westminster (W). Good condition for age. Lot 822 [2 of 2]:1770 (Mar 1) Entire from Westminster to Smithfield with Dockwra stamp Type 4 for Thursday (TH) and Westminster (W). Good condition for age.
200.00 150.00 sold
823  1773 (Aug 23) entire to Kensington Square, London with Dockwra Type 4 of Chief Office, good time stamp of 7o'clock, 3 pages of text, repair tape on front. Very interesting.
Lot 823 [1 of 2]:1773 (Aug 23) entire to Kensington Square, London with Dockwra Type 4 of Chief Office, good time stamp of 7o'clock, 3 pages of text, repair tape on front. Very interesting. Lot 823 [2 of 2]:1773 (Aug 23) entire to Kensington Square, London with Dockwra Type 4 of Chief Office, good time stamp of 7o'clock, 3 pages of text, repair tape on front. Very interesting.
200.00 150.00 sold
824  1800 part entire to Piccadilly with Free Frank (Willcocks Fig 60) dated 'Nov 10/1800' full double-lined receiving stamp on reverse plus a second part entire to Eccleshall Castle, Staffordshire with free post frank (Fig 59) dated 'APR23/1801'. Both good examples from this period. (2)
Lot 824 [1 of 3]:1800 part entire to Piccadilly with Free Frank (Willcocks Fig 60) dated 'Nov 10/1800' full double-lined receiving stamp on reverse plus a second part entire to Eccleshall Castle, Staffordshire with free post frank (Fig 59) dated 'APR23/1801'. Both good examples from this period. (2)Lot 824 [2 of 3]:1800 part entire to Piccadilly with Free Frank (Willcocks Fig 60) dated 'Nov 10/1800' full double-lined receiving stamp on reverse plus a second part entire to Eccleshall Castle, Staffordshire with free post frank (Fig 59) dated 'APR23/1801'. Both good examples from this period. (2)Lot 824 [3 of 3]:1800 part entire to Piccadilly with Free Frank (Willcocks Fig 60) dated 'Nov 10/1800' full double-lined receiving stamp on reverse plus a second part entire to Eccleshall Castle, Staffordshire with free post frank (Fig 59) dated 'APR23/1801'. Both good examples from this period. (2)
100.00 170.00 sold
     
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