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BERMUDA postal history
1893 cover to Major McCracken, The Garrison, Barbados with defective corner QV 2d pale ultramarine (SG.27b) pmk'd Hamilton K4 "1" duplex B/NO 15 93, reverse flap from a fellow serving officer of the Royal Berkshire Regiment, the entitlement given for service in the 1st Opium Wars (1840-42). Scarce inter-island mail with BARBADOS/27 NO 93/SHIP LETTER arrival backstamp.
Lieutenant-General Sir Frederick William Nicholas McCracken KCB, DSO (1859-1949) of the Royal Berkshire Regiment resided at Banyan, The Garrison, Barbados where he was Deputy Assistant Adjutant-General (DAAG) 1892-97
£175



SOUTH AUSTRALIA postal history
1862 foolscap size O.H.M.S. stationery cover from "Lands Titles Regn Office" with irregular block of three and single (corner fault) QV 2d roulette pmk'd turqoise G.P.O. ADELAIDE JA 30 1862/sideways 6 to Bethany with same ink colour handstruck "REGISTERED No" and black handstruck "TOO LATE", reverse flap with printed embossed Royal Coat-of-Arms, some toning.
£225



A76 used SPANISH TOWN, Jamaica postal history
(Type O) in blue ink indistinctly tying QV 2d Crown CC (SG.9) on OHMS Royal Arms stationery cover to Kingston dated B/JY 22 80. On arrival ADVERTISED, UNCLAIMED with RETURNED LETTER BRANCH 18 AU 80 handstamps.
Only one other blue ink numeral cover recorded - from Port Antonio with A64 dated JA 25 1878
£250


POA 91, Natal postal history
Government stationery albino embossed royal Coat-Of-Arms impressed on QV 1d rate undated newswrapper to Winchcombe, Glos.
£75


ST. KITTS postal history to 5 Mansfield Street, London
1929 reg. cover to the Rt. Hon. W.A. Ormesby-Gore, London with strip of three KGV 1d (SG.64) tied St. Kitts C/7 JU 29 cds, blue ink printed Government crown on flap.
£28

ROYAL ARMS used COLONIAL BANK, LONDON
on undated GB KE7 d green Newspaper wrapper tied F.S. (Foreign Section) to Kingston, Jamaica, worm-holes etc but most unusual.
£45


ROYAL ARMS itaglio framed GOVERNOR handstamp
(T+H unlisted) lightly but clearly struck in violet pmkd Georgetown P.B. dated 13 SP 26 on cover to Essequibo, b/stamped Anna Regina */14 SP 26, address panel lightly toned.
A rare official postal stationery PSE, probably unique.
£175



ROYAL ARMS (reverse flap) OHMS envelope, Sierra Leone postal history
used Colonial Post Office QV reign, face soiled but scarce.
£25



ROYAL ARMS (reverse flap) INTERPROVINCIALLY USED
envelope with Natal KE7 5d, Transvaal KE7 d, 6d pmkd Cape Town reg ovals dated 28 MR 12 to Vienna, hinge remains on reverse.
Note: not the Lion and Unicorn Royal Arms, this appears more Armorial or Heraldic.
£40
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