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NEW SOUTH WALES postal history (Ex WILLCOCKS)
1863 cover to Lambeth, London with QV 6d plus (6d) REGISTERED pmk'd "36" with handstruck REGISTERED/BRAIDWOOD and red (crown)/REGISTERED applied on arrival, reverse Braidwood JA 19 1863 despatch clear of missing flap. Worn appearance. Ex Martin WILLCOCKS (1999).
£195

NEW SOUTH WALES postal history
1883 reg. cover "per direct ship Parramatta" to Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope with QV 1d, 2d pmk'd GRAFTON duplex dated A/FE 24 83 and pair QV 6d tied 2-line "REGISTERED/GRAFTON" showing London 4 MY 83 and on reverse Sydney A/MR 2 83 and Cape Town Registered Letter Office JU 2 83 arrival.
£275

VICTORIA postal history
1867 reg. cover front to Locarno, Switzerland with QV 10d, 1/- pair, single (3/10d rate) pmk'd "3" numerals with REGISTERED CASTLEMAINE A/OC 25 67 alongside, soiling.
£250

PRETORIA GEREGISTREERD, Transvaal postal history
1893 reg. cover to Hanover, Germany with 4d bronze-green, 6d pale dull blue pmk'd red reg. ovals dated 13 JUN 93.
£175


LIFE SAVING SCOUT & CHUM label, Jamaica postal history
1930 reg. cover with Scout label pmk'd REGISTERED oval OC 15 40, with further uncancelled label on reverse, on 6d, 1/- plus WAR FUND label to London re-addressed and handstruck red "C".
The sender of the envelope was a Jamaican, Edward Stanislaus Benbow-Rowe. He had been a civil servant and was the director of a brewery in Kingston - a man of previous irreproachable character. Whilst on holiday in London in December 1934, he was arrested for shoplifting a necklace at Marks and Spencer in Oxford Street. He was found guilty and fined 10 on 1 January 1935 (per David Horry research)
£48



SALISBURY ST PRETORIA, Transvaal postal history
previously unrecorded office with mauve REGISTRATION OFFICE/19 MAR 1959/SALISBURY ST PRETORIA d/ring oval on reverse reg. cover to UK pmk'd CENTRAL/SENTRAAL/STR. PRETORIA 18 III 59 d/ring.
£24

REGISTERED JOHANNESBURG, Transvaal postal history
(D/R) in blue ink dated 7 APR 04 on KE7 1d pink PSE with added KE7 d, 1d, 4d to Hobart, Tasmania. Both low values with very large part of stamps removed, one by scissors, as if deliberately to hide previous (cancelled) use.
£24
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