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2011 (25-26 May) Rolfe E. Wyer collection of French Colonies.
2011 (25-26 May) Rolfe E. Wyer collection of French Colonies.

Spink Shreves
279pp. Fine in pictorial boards.
£15.00


DUBUS L. and PANNETIER & MARCHAND Les correspondances des Colonies Francaise avec timbres des emissions generales - La Guadeloupe
DUBUS L. and PANNETIER & MARCHAND Les correspondances des Colonies Francaise avec timbres des emissions generales - La Guadeloupe

A. Marchand (1958)
214pp, fine in card covers.
Detailed study of the early postmarks and postal history with rarity guide. In French but fairly easy to follow.
£30.00


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ARROWSMITH Jhn Guadaloupe. J. Gold, London 1806 Small hand coloured engraved map with good margins. 6 x 5"
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EDITION PHOS Pointe-a-Pitre - Le Service des Tinettes Early undivided back Guadeloupe postcard, fine unused. Circa 1902.
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1940 (2 May) Guadeloupe censored airmail cover to Barbados with Guadeloupe censor h/s and Barbados censor label (L4). Also m/s 'V 287' in blue crayon which I suspect is a censor's mark.
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WILLYAMS Cooper An account of the campaign in the West Indies, in the year 1794, under the command of their excellencies Lieut. General Sir Charles Grey, K.B. and Vice Admiral Sir John Jervis, K.B. commanders in chief in the West Indies; with the reduction of the islands of Martinique, St Lucia, Guadeloupe, Marigalante, Desiada, &c. and the events that followed those unparrelled successes, and caused the loss of Guadeloupe. London, printed by T. Bensley for G. Nicol 1796 149 + [5] + 62 large pp + plan of Fort Bourbon in Martinique and map of the island with two aquatint engravings in text. 4to. 1st ed., a few tone spots otherwise fine in half calf retaining original marbled boards. 9 x 11" The author was a chaplain with the British navy at the time of the occurrence of the events described. Rare. Note this edition does not include the full page acquatint plates. It is printed in a smaller size font and has much smaller margins than the other edition.
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