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VERDUN DE LA CRENNE Carte Reduite des Isles Antilles - together with
VERDUN DE LA CRENNE Carte Reduite des Isles Antilles - together with 'Carte Reduite des Debouquements de St Domingue'

Paris (1775)
Two engraved maps together on one large sheet, the first covering the Leeward Islands from Puerto Rico to Barbados, the second showing the Turks and Caicos Islands and southern Bahamas Islands. Some restoration on the centre fold and slight creasing but clean and attractive. 41 x 84 cms

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CAPON Richard and GIBB Bill & STEWART George The Farthing BWISC 2021 102pp. 1st ed., new in card covers. The humble farthing, which not that many people will remember, was the cost of posting Printed Papers locally in some colonies of the Empire. Most were in the West Indies. This book catalogues all of these stamps and shows some very uncommon uses. The coverage extends outside the West Indies to Malta in particular and also to Fiji. There are instances where farthing stamps/labels were used as revenues in Australia, South Africa and diverse places, such as Heligoland. There are listed examples of the farthing labels used in the Highland Railways of Scotland. Places where farthing stamps were used are all covered and as a special treat there is an appendix showing some rare uses from the Ronald Rong Collection

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1895 Turks Islands postal stationery 2d envelope (H/G1a) ovptd. Specimen, fine.

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SADLER H.E. Turks Islands Landfall. Published privately by the author 1975 7 vols. 76 + 77 + 64 + 78 + 65 + 63 + 88 large pp. 1st ed., very fine in original pictorial card covers. Each volume signed by the author on front cover and with page numbers added by hand. Minor tone spotting mostly confined to page edges. Historical notes on the islands, profusely illustrated with line drawings and photographs.

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