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Old picture postcards on the sugar industry and sugar cane for sale.  Post and packing is extra but does not increase however many items are ordered.  Inland £1, Europe £1.50 and Overseas £2


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JOSE ANJO Antigua W.I. The Central Sugar Factory. - No. 210
JOSE ANJO Antigua W.I. The Central Sugar Factory. - No. 210

Antigua postcard used in 1909 showing railway engine moving sugar cane. Used in 1911 in Scotland
£25.00


W.G. COOPER Barbados. Sugar Works. (Old Process) - No 17
W.G. COOPER Barbados. Sugar Works. (Old Process) - No 17

Old Barbados postcard, circa 1905, fine unused.
£14.00


EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY CO Sugar Estate near Falmouth.
EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY CO Sugar Estate near Falmouth.
EDUCATIONAL SUPPLY CO Sugar Estate near Falmouth.

Old Jamaica postcard used in 1908 to U.S.A. with Mandeville squared circle ds. Fine.
£12.00


ANON Saint-Pierre de la Martinique - Usine de rhum et de sucre.
ANON Saint-Pierre de la Martinique - Usine de rhum et de sucre.

Old Martinique postcard, circa 1905. Fine unused.
£9.00


PECO Carting Canes from Fields, Barbados, B.W.I.
PECO Carting Canes from Fields, Barbados, B.W.I.

Fine unused postcard, circa 1935.
£5.00


PECO The Windmill, Barbados, B.W.I. - 20550
PECO The Windmill, Barbados, B.W.I. - 20550

Fine unused postcard, circa 1935.
£5.00


PECO Sugar Factory, Barbados, B.W.I. - 10
PECO Sugar Factory, Barbados, B.W.I. - 10

Fine unused postcard, circa 1935.
£4.00


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ANON Sugar Cultivation in the West Indies. I.L.N. 1849 Two woodcuts on complete page from the magazine. 10.5 x 15"
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MARRYAT Joseph A Reply to the Arguments contained in various publications, recommending an equalization of the duties on East & West Indian Sugar. London : Printed for J.M. Richardson 1823 111pp. 1st ed., fine, disbound retaining half title. Marryat was the founder of a large commercial house with interests in the trade of Trinidad. 'Opposes equalization and attempts to prove that East India sugar was a slave, not a free-grown, product. Presents arguments on both sides very fully.' [Ragatz p.308]
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MCKINNON William William McKinnon & Co., Ltd, Aberdeen, Escocia. Ingenieros y Fabricantes de Maquinaria para Cafe, Azucar, Arroz, Cacao Caucho. Aberdeen 1890 (circa) 215 large pp. Trade catalogue of machinery for manufacturing coffee and sugar. Fine in original boards. Text in Spanish as produced for the South American market. Profusely illustrated.
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