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Postage stamps, booklets, flight, censored and maritime mail and philatelic covers of Dominica for sale.

There seem to be very few collectors who specialise in Dominica philately.  Fortunately there are a growing band who collect stamps of the Leeward Islands and thus include Dominica.

Only one good handbook has been written so far on Dominica philately.  Victor Toegs Dominica.  Postal history, stamps and postal stationery to 1935 is an up to date work and recommended.  Volume two is awaited which will cover the so far neglected areas of postmarks and censorship.

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1777 (28 Jun) EL from Martinique addressed to Captain Gill in Roseau, Isle D/que.
1777 (28 Jun) EL from Martinique addressed to Captain Gill in Roseau, Isle D/que.
1777 (28 Jun) EL from Martinique addressed to Captain Gill in Roseau, Isle D/que.

Letter concerning a French naval vessell, the BALABOU, which had arrived from Bordeaux. Fine. A very early incoming letter.
Sent while Martinique was under French control but Dominica was a British dependency. Dominica was captured by the French the following year but restored to Britianin 1783.
£475.00


1866 Dominica die proof of undenominated design
1866 Dominica die proof of undenominated design

in black ob thin cream card 108 x 134mm. Fine.
This bogus essay is similar to the later ones produced in 1870 and attributed to the Boston Gang. Ex Sugarman.
£120.00


1879 Dominica postal stationery 1d postal card,
1879 Dominica postal stationery 1d postal card,

used in 1886 to Germany with short message on reverse. Fine.
£75.00


1885 Dominica 1/- Revenue (SG R3) on registered cover to London.
1885 Dominica 1/- Revenue (SG R3) on registered cover to London.
1885 Dominica 1/- Revenue (SG R3) on registered cover to London.

Tied by AO7 obliterator and with Dominica cds and 'R' in oval h/s. London cds on reverse. Light crease.
£250.00


1889 Dominica 1/- Revenue (SG R3) on registered cover to St Thomas.
1889 Dominica 1/- Revenue (SG R3) on registered cover to St Thomas.
1889 Dominica 1/- Revenue (SG R3) on registered cover to St Thomas.

Tied by AO7 obliterator and with Dominica cds and 'R' in oval h/s. St Thomas cds on reverse. Light creases.
Scarce inter island cover. Ex Sugarman
£280.00


1954-62 Dominica 3c Mat Making (SG144)
1954-62 Dominica 3c Mat Making (SG144)

original press photograph of the image used in the design showing Cynthia Thomas making straw mats in the Nun's Industrial School in Roseau. 10 x 8"
£36.00


1970 Dominica Charles Dickens Centenary set (SG312-5)
1970 Dominica Charles Dickens Centenary set (SG312-5)1970 Dominica Charles Dickens Centenary set (SG312-5)1970 Dominica Charles Dickens Centenary set (SG312-5)
1970 Dominica Charles Dickens Centenary set (SG312-5)

in complete sheets of 50, u.m.
£15.00


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DAVIS John G.M. War Tax Stamps of the British Empire First World War. British West Indies. R.P.S.L. 2009 xii + 400 large pp. 1st ed., two small National PS h/s's on reverse of title page otherwise fine in D/W. Historical background to the issues, study of the overprints and postal use.
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POCOCK View of Prince Rupert's Bay, Dominica Naval Chronicle 1799 Hand coloured aquatint. Good condition. 9 x 5.5"
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MASTERVILLE Roseau, Dominica - Washers. Old Dominica postcard, circa 1908, fine unused.
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GURNEY J.J. A winter in the West Indies. Described in familiar letters to Henry Clay, of Kentucky. London 1841 282pp + 2 engraved views of Jamaica + printer's ads. 3rd ed., very clean apart from the two plates which are toned as usual, in original blind stamped cloth with bumped corners not affecting pages and defect to top of spine. Gurney was a Quaker emancipationist. Chapters on Antigua, Dominica, Jamaica, St Kitts, St Thomas, Tortola and Cuba.
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