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ANON A British cruiser arriving at Gibraltar by aid of old side wheel tug, Jan 27 1920
ANON A British cruiser arriving at Gibraltar by aid of old side wheel tug, Jan 27 1920

Unused real photo Gibraltar postcard, rather soiled on back.
£15.00


FERRARY & ROMERO Gibraltar. Rain water fountain, Gunner
FERRARY & ROMERO Gibraltar. Rain water fountain, Gunner
FERRARY & ROMERO Gibraltar. Rain water fountain, Gunner's Parade. - No 31

Old Gibraltar postcard used in 1909 to England. Fine.
£7.00


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BILLIG Fritz Vol. 34 Billig's philatelic handbook. HJMR Co 1952 247pp. 1st ed., fine in original red cloth. Reprint of Robson Lowe Encyclopaedia Vol 1 GB and Empire in Europe + Irish Postal History supplement by F.E. Dixon.
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ANON Gibraltar, as seen from the centre of the bay, opposite the Signal Post. London: Standidge & Co 1840 (circa) Coloured lithograph showing attractive perspective view from the sea. Stains and soiling in margins otherwise fine. 10.5 x 6"
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1938-51 Gibraltar 1 (SG131) on piece, v.f.u. Cat 55
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BROUGHTON C. and DELAMOTTE W.A. Views of the Overland Journey to India from Original Sketches. London, published for the proprietor by C. Chaboy, Skinner Street 1847 (circa) Title page + 12 tinted litho plates. Unbound, in later cloth case. 11 x 15." 1. Pictorial title page 2. Suez. 3. Aden. 4. Crossing the Desert. Arabs Waiting. 5. Streets in Cairo. 6. Gibraltar from the Neutral Ground. 7. Malta. 8. Visit to Karnak. 9. Alexandria. 10. Hotel in the Desert. 11. Gibraltar from the Sea. 12. Hotel near Cairo. Fine condition. Rare. "Probably privately produced for distribution to Broughton's (and Delamotte's?) friends" Abbey 522
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