MICHAEL HAMILTON
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Wanted: St. Vincent Philatelic Bureau printed announcement or UH cat page for 1975 Carnival issue, need printing quantities stamps & booklet. Thks



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CAYMAN ISLANDS postal history
JAMAICA ASHENHEIM FAMILY: 1953 cover to the c/o Milholland, Ashenheim (see footnote under Jamaica Red Cross Labels in SG) & Stone, Kingston, Jamaica with mixed reign franking KG6 1d and QE2 1d Coronation pmk'd GEORGETOWN JU 15 53 d/ring.
£14


Rowland Hill 1/- EXPORTERS LETTER SERVICE by Hovercraft in combination with TRINIDAD postal history
1975 cover to Calais, France with QE2 5c, 30c x 2 pmk'd 9 MAR 74 with red boxed FLOWN BY/HOVERCRAFT RAMSGATE and 1/- EXPORTERS LETTER SERVICE label depicting Sir Rowland Hill tied blue POSTE - RESTANTE/BP 300-62/CALAIS - RAMSGATE cachet.
£75


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


NASSAU, Bahamas postal history
Express Delivery cover with KGV 6d, 8d pmk'd 3 FE 36 to Meriden, Connecticut, reverse with tied "COME TO NASSAU" advertising label.
Sheet format unknown. No broken sunshades or red spots adjacent woman as seen on 8 OCT 37 cover with pair of labels
£60


GRANTS TOWN, Bahamas postal history
with "WE TELEGRAPH FLOWERS" label tied */FE 10 30 on cover to USA, enclosure with pressed flora and stuck-down petals.
£185
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