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1841 (23 Jan) EL from Craigs Creek, Virginia to Belfast, Ireland
1841 (23 Jan) EL from Craigs Creek, Virginia to Belfast, Ireland

with PATTONSBURG cds (?) also s/l 'PAID' and oval 'AMERICA L plus BELFAST cds and h/s '1/-' rate mark.
Letter from plantation owner to his mother mentions hopes of building James river canal.
£24.00


1847 (1 Jun) boxed LIVERPOOL SHIP ds on EL from Charleston to London
1847 (1 Jun) boxed LIVERPOOL SHIP ds on EL from Charleston to London

Various rate marks, postal markings and endorsements. Heavy filing creases add character!
£12.00


1853 (18 Mar) EL to U.S.A. with
1853 (18 Mar) EL to U.S.A. with
1853 (18 Mar) EL to U.S.A. with '19 cents' rate mark h/s in green applied in Liverpool

Also fine Liverpool double arc cds, Boston cds and U.S. '24' rate mark. Fine.
£26.00


1863 boxed
1863 boxed
1863 boxed 'Br Service' hand stamp on cover from France to New York.

Endorsed, 'Voir de Liverpool and with Paris and New York cds's. Minor creases.
£24.00


1871 (1 Apr) diamond boxed
1871 (1 Apr) diamond boxed 'GB 3f60c' accountancy h/s on EL from Havana to Paris.

Also New York cds and h/s '12' U.S. rate mark, French ANGL. AMB. CALAIS cds and French '10' rate mark and with London cds b/stamp. Fine.
£75.00


1875 mourning cover from England to San Fransisco, forwarded to Panama.
1875 mourning cover from England to San Fransisco, forwarded to Panama.

GB 3d plate 16 tied by fine BATH duplex. San Francisco Paid All cds in red at left and Liverpool cds b/stamp. Addressed to Commander Cookson, H.M.S. Peterel, care of British Consul, San Francisco. Fine.
When this letter reached San Francisco HMS Peterel was at Acapulco, Mexico and then 3 days later left for Panama. The consul, who was also the British Post Office Agent would have forwarded the letter per closed bag to Panama. Ex Harper.
£75.00


1900 Grenada 1895-9 d and pair of 1d
1900 Grenada 1895-9 d and pair of 1d's on cover posted on board ship

with New York obliterator cancels and two line 'PAQUEBOT (N.Y. 2D DIV)' mark. Small opening tear.
£50.00


1901 PRINCES TOWN Trinidad village cds
1901 PRINCES TOWN Trinidad village cds
1901 PRINCES TOWN Trinidad village cds

on cover to New York. 'T' h/s and U.S.3c postage due pair on reverse tied by Neew York cds.
£38.00


1903 (3 Jun) Grenada cover to U.S.A.
1903 (3 Jun) Grenada cover to U.S.A.
1903 (3 Jun) Grenada cover to U.S.A.

with 3d franking on reverse. Underpaid and with 'T' mark applied in St Georges. U.S. 2c postage dues x 4 applied and US postage due h/s.
£34.00


1912 (31 Dec) cover from Grenada to U.S.A.
1912 (31 Dec) cover from Grenada to U.S.A.

with 1d tied by SAUTEURS cds. 'T' h/s at right and U.S. 1c and 5c postage dues applied.
£18.00


1913 cover from Grenada to U.S.A.
1913 cover from Grenada to U.S.A.

with 2d franking tied by 'N.Y.P.O. HUD TERM. STA. PAQUEBOT' cds.
£12.00


1915 (3 Nov) postcard from U.S.A. to Grenada, underfranked and with Grenada
1915 (3 Nov) postcard from U.S.A. to Grenada, underfranked and with Grenada 'T' mark applied.

Item refused so returned to U.S.A. where 2c postage due applied. Good SAUTEURS cds. Creases.
£9.00


1919 (29 Jan) First Flight cover Nassau - Miami
1919 (29 Jan) First Flight cover Nassau - Miami

with special two line cachet, 'BY AIR SERVICE NASSAU TO MIAMI.'
Carried by two seaplanes of the United States Naval Air Station at Miami on a demonstration flight to Nassau. Approx. 600 pieces carried. The first successful ocean flight.
£175.00


1919-21 Jamaica d used together with U.S. stamp to make up hand made postcard.
1919-21 Jamaica d used together with U.S. stamp to make up hand made postcard.

Additional hand painting. Circa 1930, clean unused.
£12.00


1921 Consignee Mail S/S Monterey with Paquebot in m/s
1921 Consignee Mail S/S Monterey with Paquebot in m/s
1921 Consignee Mail S/S Monterey with Paquebot in m/s

on part cover from New York to Merida, Mexico. Consignee h/s in green on reverse.
Ex Hoskings
£12.00


1925 (15 Apr) Zeppelin cover Lakehurst - Bermuda
1925 (15 Apr) Zeppelin cover Lakehurst - Bermuda
1925 (15 Apr) Zeppelin cover Lakehurst - Bermuda

Hamilton 22 Apr backstamp. Fine.
£24.00


1929 (2 Jan) First Flight cover Miami - Nassau
1929 (2 Jan) First Flight cover Miami - Nassau

Signed by the pilot, Harry Rogers.
£24.00


1929 (31Mar) cover to U.S.A. with Bahamas 1d tied by Miami machine cancel.
1929 (31Mar) cover to U.S.A. with Bahamas 1d tied by Miami machine cancel.

Straight line 'PAQUEBOT' h/s (Hoskings 1995) applied in Miami.
£6.00


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MILGRAM James W. Vessel-named markings on United States inland and ocean waterways, 1810-1890 Collectors Club of Chicago 1984 828pp. 1st ed., very fine in fine in original cloth in slipcase.
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TEESDALE Henry Western and Eastern Hemisphere. From A New General Atlas of the World 1842 Two folded maps of the World both in fine condition, the Eastern Hemisphere with some soiling in margin only. Finely engraved with hand coloured outline. 18 x 15" In North America, the United States is its boundary along the Rocky Mountains and in the Northwest. The Independent Republic of Texas is shown.
150

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1915 (circa) hand made postcard using postage stamps of G.B., Canada and U.S.A., fine unused.
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BLOME Richard Isles and Territories Belonging to His Majesty in America. London 1673 pp 325-341. Extracted from, Britania [Britannia] or, a Geographical Description of the Kingdoms of England, Scotland and Ireland, with the Isles and Territories thereto belonging. Fine, bound in modern quarter calf.
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WALPOLE Horatio The Convention Vindicated: From The Misrepresentations Of The Enemies Of Our Peace. Roberts, London 1739 29pp. 1st ed., disbound. Tear with slight loss to title page and some light toning. The author proposes a peaceful resolution to the conflict with Spain over the colonies in America.
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