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GIBRALTAR postal history
1967 GIBRALTAR REFERENDUM souvenir cover with QE2 2d pmk'd 10 SP 67.

FORCES POST OFFICE, Gibraltar postal history
PARCEL POST dated 2 JNE 82 tying d HMS Opossum on plain card.

GIBRALTAR postal history
1878 wrapper to Malta with GB QV 2d Plate 11 tied "A26" duplex dated A/AU 20 78, top flap with A/AU 24 78 arrival. Stamp with corner perf. fault.

GIBRALTAR postal history
1880 wrapper per "Mongolia" to Malta with GB QV 2d Plate 18 pmk'd "A26" duplex dated B/JY 11 80, top flap with E/JY 15 80 arrival, stamp crossed by filing crease along top.

GIBRALTAR postal history
1878 wrapper to Malta with GB QV 2d Plate 12 pmk'd "A26" duplex dated B/OC 28 78, top flap with C/NO 2 78 arrival.

1915 cover with Nicholas II 10k pmk'd GAINDRIA LIFL 5-2-1915 to passenger on board vessel "Roma" c/o Messrs C. Hoffman, Russian Consulate, Gibraltar, Spain b/stamped GIBRALTAR 28 MR 15 arrival alongside Russian purple military censor handstamp, forwarded next day arriving LONDON 6 AP 15 re-addressed Demerara with GEORGETOWN 23 AP 15 arrival b/stamp.

Cardiff, Wales to Gibraltar postal history
1872 wrapper to Gibraltar with GB QV 2d blue strip of three, single Plate 13 attractively displaying CORY/C perfins pmk'd CARDIFF duplex dated JU 14 72.
At this time the circled "S" handstamp to identify mail routed via Spain was not used (July 1870 to July 1875) as the 8d rate alone was sufficient to identify mail received by the more expensive and thus uncommonly used overland route. John Cory came to Cardiff as a shipbroker and shipowner in 1872 and established 'John Cory Sons & Co". On his death in 1891 he owned 21 steamers with another three large steamers being built on the Clyde.

GIBRALTAR postal history (Ex MOELLER)
1868 cover to The Very Revd The Dean of Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia with GB QV 2d blue, QV 4d vermilion Plate 10 tied "A26" with GIBRALTAR A/NO 3 68 alongside, reverse with blue MELBOURNE 3 Z/DC 22 68 arrival, small repair at base. Ex MOELLER.