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|Argentina||Ascension Is||Australia||Australian Antarctic Territory|
|Bolivia||Botswana||Br Occup. Italian Colonies||Brazil|
|British Guiana||British Honduras||British Virgin Is.||Burma|
|Cambodia||Cameroons||Canada||Cape of Good Hope|
|Cape Verde Islands||Cayman Islands||Chile||China|
|Curacao||Cyprus||Czechoslovakia||Danish West Indies|
|France & Cols.||French Guiana||Gambia||German States - Bergedorf|
|Germany & Cols.||Gibraltar||Gilbert & Ellis Is.||Gold Coast|
|Hong Kong||Hungary||Iceland||India & States|
|Indonesia||Iraq||Ireland||Italian States - Parma|
|Italian States - Sardinia||Italian States - Tuscany||Italy & States||Jamaica|
|Mozambique||Muscat||Natal||Netherlands & Cols.|
|Nevis||New Caledonia||New Guinea||New Hebrides|
|New South Wales||New Zealand||Newfoundland||Nicaragua|
|Nova Scotia||Nyasaland||Oil Rivers||Orange Free State|
|Panama||Papua New Guinea||Peru||Pitcairn Is.|
|Sierra Leone||Solomon Is.||Somaliland||South Africa|
|South West Africa||Spain||St Helena||St Kitts Nevis|
|St Lucia||St Vincent||Suriname||Swaziland|
|Trieste||Trinidad & Tobago||Tristan da Cunha||Turks & Caicos Is.|
|U.S. Virgin Is.||Uganda||United States of America||Uruguay|
|Accountancy Marks||Additional Halfs||Aviation/Airmails/First Flights||Avis de Reception Marks|
|Boer War||Censorship||Cinderellas||Crash & Wreck Covers|
|Crown Circles||Exhibitions||Farthing frankings||Forgeries|
|Forwarding Agents||GVI issues||London||Maritime|
|Military||Officially Sealed Labels||Perfins||Postage Dues|
|Postal stationery||Postmarks||Prisoner of War Mail||Proofs & Essays|
|Squared Circle Postmarks||War Tax|
|1823 (21 Jun) EL with good ST MARTIN DE RE 16' h/s.|
On reverse in manuscript 'achemine par E Fournier Maug (?)
Unrecorded by Rowe.
|1827 (6 May) EL with good ST MARTIN DE RE 16' h/s.|
On reverse in manuscript 'achemine par Fp IOx Pre dfs de St martin Isle de Re (?)
Unrecorded by Rowe.
|1827 (17 Feb) cover from Jamaica to England with good s/l 'COMMERCIAL ROOMS' h/s (CR6)|
also boxed 'LIVERPOOL SHIP LETTER.' Endorsed 'P Eclipse B Simpson' and rated 1/2d. Clean.
|1835 (25 Feb) EL from Panama to Fred. Huth, London with KINGSTON JAMAICA date stamps (K3) and (K4)|
forwarded by John Wilson & Co Kingston. Endorsed 1¾oz and rated 15/2d.
|1837 (23 Jan) EL from Santiago de Cuba to London with KINGSTON JAMAICA date stamp (K4)|
endorsed on reverse, 'Rec'd & forwarded by Your obed. Servts. Elinsson & Co., Kin. Jam. 26th Jan 1837.' Rated 4/4d. Clean.
|1862 EL from Trinidad, Cuba to New York|
with double oval 'LLOPART VILA. Y CA HAVANA' forwarding agent cachet and 'STEAMSHIP 10' h/s.
|1865 (21 Jan) EL from St Jago de Cuba to New York|
with circular 'STEAMSHIP 10' h/s and oval 'BROOKS DOUGLAS & CO HAVANA' forwarding agent h/s. Fine.
|1868 (July) Forwarded by W.P. Maal Aspinwall oval handstamp|
on reverse of EL from Santa-Marta (Colombia) to New York with blue oval "C. Hauer Simmonds / Santa-Marta" and 'N.Y. STEAMSHIP 10' cds. Fine.
|1870 (13 Nov) EL from Mexico to New York|
with circular 'N.Y. STEAMSHIP 10' h/s and oval 'A. SICOURET HAVANA' forwarding agent h/s. Fine.
In order to take advantage of the American steamship service, mail from Mexico was sent via Havana often using the service of forwarding agents.
|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.
|1876 cover from London to the British Consul in Panama.|
with pair of 6ds (plate 14) tied by Charing Cross duplexes. On reverse London and Devonport cds. Small opening tears.
The British Consul in Panama also acted as the British Post Office Agent. This letter was sent on RMS Para arriving in Colon on the 24th and Panama two days later. HMS Peterel was then at Coquimbo, Chili, preparing to return to England. It is evident that the Consul, having been informed of the route planned for the Peterel, re-addressed this letter for Devonport and sent it to London per Diplomatic Bag. Ex Osborn.