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Below is my current stock which is mostly of West Indies stamps and covers.  The newest items listed are shown first.  You may also select a particular country from the drop down list or do a search by subject.  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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1686 (26 Mar) Barbados local EL from Ben Cryer to Barbara Newton
1686 (26 Mar) Barbados local EL from Ben Cryer to Barbara Newton
1686 (26 Mar) Barbados local EL from Ben Cryer to Barbara Newton

Clean and attractive. The letter slightly trimmed at right but readable.
Part of a correspondence from the Newton family who owned estates in Barbados.
£495.00


1752 (25 Jun) EL from Simon Hunter in Barbados to James Smith in Edinburgh, redirected to Cupar Angus
1752 (25 Jun) EL from Simon Hunter in Barbados to James Smith in Edinburgh, redirected to Cupar Angus

with London Bishop mark and several rate marks. Fine.
Long letter about D. Henry Smith, a young man who arrived in Barbados a year before and has struggled to make ends meet. An early letter from the island.
£240.00


1754 (24 July) EL from St Pierre, Martinique to Grenada,
1754 (24 July) EL from St Pierre, Martinique to Grenada,

addressed to 'Monsieur Gillot,' containing two page letter. No postal markings.
Sent during the first period of French occupation of the island.
£250.00


1756 cover front to London
1756 cover front to London

with scarce large Inspector's crown over deleted rate mark.
Believed to be from 1756 but not actually dated.
£15.00


1772 (19 Aug) EL to Thomas Stewart, Secretary to the Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh
1772 (19 Aug) EL to Thomas Stewart, Secretary to the Bank of Scotland, Edinburgh

rated 4d and with faint albino town h/s.
Long detailed letter re banking and 'Bond of Corroboration.'
£8.00


1774 (15 Aug) EL from Barbados addressed to Alexander Gordon & Co at the Jamaica Coffee House, London
1774 (15 Aug) EL from Barbados addressed to Alexander Gordon & Co at the Jamaica Coffee House, London

with two line PORTSMOUTH SHIP LRE h/s and London Bishop mark. Rated 7d. Fine.
Letter from Thomas Duke ordering wine.
£145.00


1777 (19 Jly) EL from Barbados addressed to James Gordon, London
1777 (19 Jly) EL from Barbados addressed to James Gordon, London

with two line PORTSMOUTH SHIP LRE h/s and London Bishop mark. Rated 4d. Fine.
Letter re Madeira wine.
£145.00


1780 (circa) NORWICH s/l h/s in red on cover to London
1780 (circa) NORWICH s/l h/s in red on cover to London

rated curiously '4,' '6' and '8.' London Bishop mark on reverse. Attractive.
£15.00


1781 (24 Feb) EL
1781 (24 Feb) EL 'P the Warrington & Chester Bagg'

addressed to 'The Honble John Smith Barry At Marbury near Knutsford, Cheshire.' From Carrigabuick with Bishop Mark on reverse. Rather worn.
Interesting contents re estates.
£22.00


1786 (7 Oct) BARBA/DOES two line h/s on EL to London
1786 (7 Oct) BARBA/DOES two line h/s on EL to London

with two line DOVER SHIP-LRE and London Bishop mark. Rated 5d. Endorsed 'P Cap Brenan.' Minor stains on reverse but opens out well for display.
Letter to Edward Drax re visit of Governor to Drax Hall Estate. Ex Hackmey.
£350.00


1788 (27 Oct) EL from St Pierre, Martinique to France
1788 (27 Oct) EL from St Pierre, Martinique to France

with good two line 'COL PAR L'ORIENT' entry mark. Charged 24 sous.
£45.00


1790 (19 Sep) EL from Cap Haitien to Bordeaux
1790 (19 Sep) EL from Cap Haitien to Bordeaux

with good oval 'COLONIES PAR LA FLOTTE' h/s (Salles 14).
£90.00


1790 (Jan) two line KNARESBOROUGH on cover to London
1790 (Jan) two line KNARESBOROUGH on cover to London

rated 2/- and endorsed '1oz.' London cds on reverse. Small tears.
£24.00


1790 (22 Jun) EL from St Pierre, Martinique to France
1790 (22 Jun) EL from St Pierre, Martinique to France

with good two line 'COLONIES PAR LE HAVRE' entry mark. Charged 21 sols.
£45.00


1790 (circa) two line TADCASTER h/s on EL to York.
1790 (circa) two line TADCASTER h/s on EL to York.

Small tears and toning but reasonable.
Addressed to 'Mr Robert Driffield, Briggate, York,' with letter from his child sending linen for washing, probably a boarder at the grammar school.
£16.00


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