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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


1819 (25 Mar) LONDON boxed
1819 (25 Mar) LONDON boxed

(H/S140) on EL from Inverness to Tunbridge Wells with INVERNESS 637 - E mileage mark
Note distinctive damage to frame line of mark.
£9.00


1836 (5 July) EL written by George Combe in Edinburgh to his father in London endorsed
1836 (5 July) EL written by George Combe in Edinburgh to his father in London endorsed 'per Steam Boat.'

Oval crown SHIP LETTER LONDON ds in red, PAID AT EDINBURGH cds and London 'G.P.' h/s. Rated only 8d instead of 1/2 if sent per mailcoach.
Long letter re a letter he had recently had published. George Combe was a Scottish lawyer and the leader of the phrenological movement for more than twenty years. He founded the Edinburgh Phrenological Society in 1820 and was the author of the highly influential The Constitution of Man (1828).
£75.00


1849 printed Price Current of Leather at Leadenhall sent to Scotland
1849 printed Price Current of Leather at Leadenhall sent to Scotland
1849 printed Price Current of Leather at Leadenhall sent to Scotland

with Leadenhall 1d Paid h/s in blue and BEITH cds in blue. Clean.
£16.00


1857 re-used 2d cancelled in ink below 1d Stars with London duplex.
1857 re-used 2d cancelled in ink below 1d Stars with London duplex.
1857 re-used 2d cancelled in ink below 1d Stars with London duplex.

CRYSTAL PALACE straight line h/s on reverse.
£18.00


1888 W.H. SMITH & SON advertising ring on 1d postal stationery wrapper
1888 W.H. SMITH & SON advertising ring on 1d postal stationery wrapper

used to Germany with newspaper branch 'FB' obliterator.
£20.00


1890 (circa) W.H. SMITH & SON advertising ring on 1d postal stationery wrapper
1890 (circa) W.H. SMITH & SON advertising ring on 1d postal stationery wrapper

used to Germany with newspaper branch 'SS F' obliterator. Minor tone spots.
£24.00


1894 (31 May) experimental London E.C. hooded cancel
1894 (31 May) experimental London E.C. hooded cancel

on 2d postal stationery envelope to Belgium. Few tone spots and loss at top.
£32.00


1912 CHARGE NOT PAID EC No small purple hand stamp on cover to London
1912 CHARGE NOT PAID EC No small purple hand stamp on cover to London
1912 CHARGE NOT PAID EC No small purple hand stamp on cover to London

redirected to Chatham also with boxed '1d TO PAY LIABLE TO LETTER RATE E.C.4'
£14.00


1923 London Foreign Branch 2d and d postage due handstamps on cover from Austria.
1923 London Foreign Branch 2d and d postage due handstamps on cover from Austria.

Also Undelivered h/s across send pair of postage due stamps applied to cover redirection fee. Cover worn and with small tear.
£22.00


1934 London newspaper branch cancels on postcard
1934 London newspaper branch cancels on postcard
1934 London newspaper branch cancels on postcard

used locally. Proof strikes of different types of cancels applied to circulars including use for late mail and night mail.
£15.00


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LEDGER The Annual Pocket Ledger 1804. London. J. Coutts, Bermondsey 1804 46pp + folding tables bound with 'Copy of an Order of Council at the Court of St James, February 1, 1728. Containing certain Liberties, Rights, and Privileges granted to his Majesty's Watermen, being servants in ordinary with fee.' + A cash account with pages completed in manuscript by a gentleman training to be a doctor in Edinburgh. Bound in worn original marbled end papers. Clean. Includes folding hand coloured 'Table shewing the Distance in Miles and Furlongs of the several Towns, Bridges, &c upon the River Thames, from each other by water, from London Bridge to Oxford. Also the expenses of travelling by coach from London to Edinburgh.
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