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I need 300dpi stamp-size perfectly upright scan SPANISH TOWN P11b on USED LOOSE STAMP for period 1874-1875



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Return by RMSP "Clyde" (5th home, arriving Falmouth May 8th), Jamaica postal history
KINGSTON, JAMAICA MR 25 1842 dbl-arc on upper flap overstruck partial MY 10 arrival on entire to Liverpool rated 1/-.
£36


Return by RMSP "Tay" (28th home, arriving Falmouth MR 19), JAMAICA postal history
OCANA - SANTA MARTA - KINGSTON - LONDON: 1843 wrapper docketted from Marcelino de Pinillos, Ocana (Colombia) JA 2 with manuscript forwarding at coastal town Santa Marta on JA 20 with Q.B.S.M. (que besa su mano - who kisses your hand) with KINGSTON FE 16 1843 dbl-arc transit addressed Federico Huth, London (MR 21) rated 1/-, address panel soiled which would display opened in inverted position.
£185

Return by RMSP "Solway" (6th home, arriving Falmouth MY 26), JAMAICA postal history
1842 entire showing large part SPANISH-TOWN (P2b) dated AP 15 1842 to Alexander Murchison, Elgin rated 1/- with MY 28 and MY 29 transits and boxed ELGIN/MY 30/1842 arrival.
£36

Return by RMSP "Clyde" (35th home, arriving Falmouth JY 1), JAMAICA postal history
1843 entire headed "Ballards Valley 30th May 1843" to James Irving, London rated 1/- showing KINGSTON JU 1 1843 despatch and London JY 2 1843 arrival.
Mail landed Falmouth JY 1 1843 by R.M.S. Clyde included Halifax mail from Schooner Margaret becalmed off Bermuda
£36

EARTHQUAKE and TIDAL WAVE aftermath at ST. THOMAS, Jamaica postal history
1867 stampless cover to London pmk'd SPANISH-TOWN A/NO 25 67 cds rated 2/- with side flap opened to display Kingston C/NO 25 67 and London DE 18 67 arrival. Carried by R.M.S. La Plata but unable to enter St. Thomas harbour as scheduled due earthquake and further shocks with presumed fear of further tsunami.
St. Thomas harbour devastated by hurricane on OC 29 1867 with loss of Royal Mail steamers Derwent, Rhone, and Wye. The following month on the afternoon of NO 18 1867 an earthquake magnitude 7.5 occured in the Anegada trough, located between the U.S. Virgin Islands of St. Croix, and St. Thomas. The earthquake consisted of two shocks, ten minutes apart, which generated two tsunami waves which struck the harbour at St. Thomas
£250
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