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1848 (9 Jun) EL from London to Bermuda
1848 (9 Jun) EL from London to Bermuda

sent via Halifax, Nova Scotia with b/stamp and London ds in red. Rated 1/- and endorsed 'Via Liverpool p RM Steamer. Fine.
£50.00


1869 (11 Jan) Antigua cover to Nova Scotia
1869 (11 Jan) Antigua cover to Nova Scotia
1869 (11 Jan) Antigua cover to Nova Scotia

with 1d vermilion (SG7) pair and strip of 3 tied by A02 cancels. Rated '4' in red and with Antigua, St Thomas and Wilmot N.S. cds b/stamps. Fine.
£975.00


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LOWE Robson Encyclopaedia of Br. Empire postage stamps. Vol. V. North America. Robson Lowe 1973 Deluxe 2 volume ed. 760pp, 1st ed., new in original maroon cloth in special slipcase. Faint foxing to page edges and slight marks on boards. Extensive and highly detailed listings of stamps, proofs and postal history. Includes Bermuda and British Honduras. Highly recommended.
40

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1864 Halifax Nova Scotia printed Bill of Lading for cod fish shipped to Bermuda Attrractive vignette of Halifax. 10.5 x 5.5"
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HOUSE OF COMMONS Appendix to the reports. H.M.S.O. 1814 (circa) 1st ed., clean in modern boards with cloth spine. Eye-witness testimony from customs officers in Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Barbados, St Lucia, St Vincent, Dominica and Martinique. Very detailed. Includes John Prescod Williams, collector of customs at Hole Town, Barbados and Charles Kydd Bishop in Speights-town.
60

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JEFFERYS Thomas The conduct of the French, with respect to the British Dominions in America, particularly Nova Scotia. London 1754 77pp + 1pp publisher's ad. Lacking title page. Fine in grey sugar papers. The author, an active British cartographer, disputes the boundaries attributed by French cartographers to territory in North America.
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