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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


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


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


1827 TADCASTER undated circle postmark
1827 TADCASTER undated circle postmark

on EL to Huddersfield.
£12.00


1827 (15 May) EDINBURGH unboxed Add!  (H/S14) on EL
1827 (15 May) EDINBURGH unboxed Add! (H/S14) on EL

with scarce KIRRIEMUIR 410 - E mileage mark and Edinburgh cds on reverse.
£12.00


1835 COLDSTREAM
1835 COLDSTREAM
1835 COLDSTREAM 'Add! ' mark (H/S 43) on entire letter to Edinburgh.

Also COLDSTREAM s/l h/s both struck in red.
This Scottish Additional half mark very scarce struck in red.
£30.00


1835 (3 Jan) boxed PAID AT LIVERPOOL in red on EL to France.
1835 (3 Jan) boxed PAID AT LIVERPOOL in red on EL to France.
1835 (3 Jan) boxed PAID AT LIVERPOOL in red on EL to France.

Also circular 'ANGLETERRE PAR CALAIS' h/s and London, Liverpool and Cognac cds's. Fine.22
£22.00


1837 (18 Aug) PORTSMOUTH N.H. red cds
1837 (18 Aug) PORTSMOUTH N.H. red cds

on EL from Ann Frances Atkinson to Richard Atkinson in London with London cds. Also red s/l PAID mark and boxed 'SHIP LETTER PORTSMOUTH.' 18c red U.S. rate mark and 1/4d U.K. rate mark.
£18.00


1837 (31 Mar) PORTSMOUTH N.H. red cds
1837 (31 Mar) PORTSMOUTH N.H. red cds

on EL from Ann Frances Atkinson to Ellen Conneby ℅ Richard Atkinson in London with London cds. Also red s/l PAID mark and boxed 'PORTSMOUTH SHIP LETTER.' 18c red U.S. rate mark and 1/4d U.K. rate mark.
£9.00


1837 (4 May) DUBLIN unboxed Add!  (H/S177)  on EL to Edinburgh.
1837 (4 May) DUBLIN unboxed Add! (H/S177) on EL to Edinburgh.

The h/s overwritten by 3/- rate mark.
£75.00


1837 (13 Jly) LONDON boxed  in dirty green
1837 (13 Jly) LONDON boxed in dirty green

(H/S151) on EL to Melrose. Clean
£6.00


1838 (21 Sep) OBAN boxed  on cover to Edinburgh
1838 (21 Sep) OBAN boxed on cover to Edinburgh

(H&S109). Fine OBAN s/l mark on reverse.
Very scarce.
£30.00


1838 GLASGOW Add!  in red on cover to Edinburgh.
1838 GLASGOW Add!  in red on cover to Edinburgh.
1838 GLASGOW Add! in red on cover to Edinburgh.

(H/S 67) Fine.
Scottish Add Half marks in red are very scarce.
£32.00


1838 (30 Jan) PORTSMOUTH N.H. red cds
1838 (30 Jan) PORTSMOUTH N.H. red cds

on EL from Ann Frances Atkinson to Richard Atkinson in London with London cds. Also red s/l PAID mark and boxed LIVERPOOL SHIP LETTER.' 18c red U.S. rate mark and 3/2d U.K. rate mark.
£18.00


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