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GB 6d rate to Italy 1871

GB 6d rate to Italy 1871

6d surface printed issue (SG 109) cancelled London duplex 103; to Messina, 8 February 1871; plate 8 no hyphen; red oval PD; no clear b/s; this is after the Siege of Paris so the cheaper rate via France was used (cf No S862)

GB to France underpaid 1871

GB to France underpaid 1871

SG 3d red, SG 103, large white corner letters P1ate 6 cancelled LONDON duplex 103 on envelope 22 August 1871; ubderpaid and thus PD crossed out & h/s “INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID” applied with m/s ‘2’ & h/s ‘6’; French cachet d’entrée ‘Angl Amb Calais D 24 August 1871’; b/s Marseille 24 Aug 1871

BULGARIA REGISTERED AIRMAIL ON PS ENVELOPE 1958

BULGARIA REGISTERED AIRMAIL ON PS ENVELOPE 1958

2 Bulgarian pictorials (SG 1036-7) uprating an illustrated 20stot PS envelope, cancelled by bi-lingual Sliven cds 26 December 1958 to Czechoslovakia; with registered label and airmail etiquette; on the reverse the flaps are sealed by 5 x 4stot propaganda labels, (could not trace these), imperf or rough perf, cancelled with the Sliven cds: the address part of the envelope has been cut away

BERMUDA FIRST FLIGHT (FLYING BOAT) 1937

BERMUDA FIRST FLIGHT (FLYING BOAT) 1937

Decorative envelope inscribed ‘First Flight Air
Mail – Bermuda to New York’ also handstamped ‘Bermuda – U.S. Service R.M.A. “Cavalier” First Flight’ with KGV 3d & 1/- pictorials (SG 103,105) cancelled Hamilton, to Washington DC 14 June 1937; on reverse New York June 16 1937 (+ mirror image on the front): note Airmail rate to NY City was 9d per ½ oz, to rest of USA 1/3 per ½ oz; “Cavalier” was a Flying Boat; scarce & attractive cover

BERMUDA FIRST FLIGHT TO USA BY IMPERIAL AIRWAYS FLYING BOAT 1937

BERMUDA FIRST FLIGHT TO USA BY IMPERIAL AIRWAYS FLYING BOAT 1937

Special airmail envelope inscribed ‘First Flight Bermuda-New York via Imperial Airways Flying Boat “Cavalier” ‘ & handstamp ‘Bermuda-U.S. Service R.M.A. “Cavalier” First Flight’ in red; franked with KGV 2 x 3d & 6d (SG 103, 104), cancelled Hamilton 13 June 1937, registered, to London; The rate was by Air to New York, then by sea to UK 9d per ½ oz + 3d registration; fine attractive franking