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1741 (5 Sep) YORK s/l h/s (26mm) on cover to London
1741 (5 Sep) YORK s/l h/s (26mm) on cover to London

with Bishop mark below. Clean and attractive.
£28.00


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


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


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 (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


1791 (9 Aug) straight line STOW on EL to Norwich
1791 (9 Aug) straight line STOW on EL to Norwich

rated 4d and endorsed, 'Turn at Ipswich.' Clean.
£16.00


1795 (25 Mar) Scotland, two line FORT WILLIAM (Auckland IV1 36a) on EL to Edinburgh
1795 (25 Mar) Scotland, two line FORT WILLIAM (Auckland IV1 36a) on EL to Edinburgh
1795 (25 Mar) Scotland, two line FORT WILLIAM (Auckland IV1 36a) on EL to Edinburgh

also with small Edinburgh Bishop mark in red at left. Rated 6d.
£20.00


1799 COVENTRY handstamp and inspectors crown on EL to London.
1799 COVENTRY handstamp and inspectors crown on EL to London.
1799 COVENTRY handstamp and inspectors crown on EL to London.

London code F cds on reverse. Rated 1/- and re-rated 1/6d.
£18.00


1816 GLASGOW boxed ADD ! mark on EL to Edinburgh.
1816 GLASGOW boxed ADD ! mark on EL to Edinburgh.

(H/S 63).
Scarce Add Half mark.
£25.00


1818 GLASGOW boxed ADD ! mark on EL to Liverpool
1818 GLASGOW boxed ADD ! mark on EL to Liverpool

(H/S 63).
Scarce Add Half mark.
£20.00


1819 (16 May) BERWICK boxed Add!  on EL to Aberdeen.
1819 (16 May) BERWICK boxed Add! on EL to Aberdeen.

(H/S 156). Berwick mileage mark on reverse.
A good strike for this mark.
£45.00


1826 (11 Mar) boxed
1826 (11 Mar) boxed 'NEWCASTLE 5th CLAUSE POST' h/s in red

on EL to Shrewsbury with NEWCASTLE -U-LYME 240 mileage mark on reverse.
£45.00


1826 (29 Dec) EL to
1826 (29 Dec) EL to 'His Grace the Duke of Hamilton and Brandon at Palazzo Pallavicine, Rome'from Robert Swan.

Hamilton mileage mark, London Paid h/s and s/l ANGLETERRE h/s. Fine.
Long and fascinating letter to the Duke who at the age of 60 was embarked on a grand tour of Europe giving details of the affairs of the estate.
£40.00


1826 GLASGOW unboxed Add!  on cover to Edinburgh.
1826 GLASGOW unboxed Add! on cover to Edinburgh.

(H/S 65) also 'TOO LATE' h/s. Fine.
£9.00


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