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GREAT BRITAIN

 
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{short description of image} 80958
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Great Britain, 1815. Folded letter, sent from London to Westminster. Dispatch in front "Two PY Post / Unpaid / ...Strand 2.." (Whitney Type G), alongside the rate mark "2" (Whutney #2/32), and on reverse the dented frame "8 o'Clock / 18.AP / 1815 ...", in red (Whitney 2/6). This cover is in fine condition, without creases or faults.
75.00





{short description of image} 80980
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Great Britain, 1825. Folded letter (prices current and exchange rates) sent from England to Havre, France, with the dispatch datestamp on reverse, single circle "F 25 / 8 / 1", (Whitney #1/10), in front the French arrival straight-line "ANGLETERRE" in red, and with various ratemarks. Very Fine cover, excellent state of preservation.
62.50





{short description of image} 80985
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Great Britain, 1829. Complete folded letter, sent from Regents Park, London, to a household of the Count of Thurn, in Venice, Italy. On reverse is the dispatch "F4429" in circle and the arrival straight-line "VENEZIA 17 NOV.", in front is the striking French transit "ANGLETERRE" in red. Letter is in perfect condition. Most attractive, and scarce.
80.00





{short description of image} 80996
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Great Britain, 1834. Incoming. Complete folded letter, sent from Chestertown, Maryland, via Boston to Liverpool, England. The cover bears a red circular datestamp of Boston July 28, red "PAID", and arrival on reverse, rectangular framed "LIVERPOOL SHIPLETTER" in black. The cover is in excellent condition.
75.00





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81880
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Die proof on wove paper, from a sunken card, with embossed index numbers ("1702", and "3283"), depicting a Very Fine vignette of a sitting figure that "Rules the Seas", similar to Britannia, with spear, Mercury's sceptre and globe. She wears a two-pointed helmet and is above a double pedestal in the shape of two classical abaci.
150.00





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81900
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1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, February 20, 1857. Traveled on the "Persia" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on February 21, and arrived to New York on March 6th of 1857. The circular arrival postmark indicated 24 cents due (3c for British postage, 16c for transatlantic rate, and 5c for U.S. internal postage). Interestingly, the arrival postmark is incorrectly dated "OCT 6" instead of "MAR 6". Normal vertical filing creases, otherwise very fine.
40.00





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81901
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, March 3, 1857. Traveled on the "Africa" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on March 7, and arrived to New York on March 24th of 1857. The circular arrival postmark "N. YORK Br.Pkt." indicated 24 cents due (3c for British postage, 16c for Transatlantic rate, and 5c for U.S. internal postage). Very Fine condition with very light filing creases.
45.00





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81902
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, April 24, 1857. Traveled on the "Europa" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on March 7, and arrived to New York on April 25th of 1857. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON" indicated 24 cents due (3c for British postage, 16c for Transatlantic rate, and 5c for U.S. internal postage). Very Fine condition with light filing creases.
40.00





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81903
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, May 8, 1857. Traveled on the "Niagara" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on May 9, and arrived to New York on May 20th of 1857.  In front is the circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 21 MAY". also manuscript "38" and handstamped "48", indicating a double weight letter (6c for British postage, 32 cents for the Transatlantic rate, and 10c for U.S. internal postage). Usual vertical filing creases, otherwise Very Fine.
45.00





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81904
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, June 5, 1857. Traveled on the "Europa" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on June 6, and arrived to Boston on June 17th of 1857.  The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 17 JUN/ 24" indicated 24 cents due (3c for British postage, 16c for Transatlantic rate, and 5c for U.S. internal postage). Very Fine condition with very light filing creases.
45.00





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81905
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, June 5, 1857. Traveled on the "Europa" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on June 6, and arrived to Boston on June 17th of 1857.  The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 17 JUN". Manuscript rating of 38 cents, and alongside a handstamped "48" indicating a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32c for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  Letter is in Fine condition with fairly light filing creases.
45.00





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81906
cvr 1857. Cover sheet of a folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, Lombard Street, July 14, 1857. Traveled on the '"KANGAROO of the Inman Line, which sailed from Liverpool on July 15, and arrived to New York on July 29th of 1857. The circular arrival postmark "N.YORK AM. PKT. / 24 / JUL 29" indicated 24 cents due (3 cents for British postage, 16c for Transatlantic rate, and 5c for U.S. internal postage). Two vertical filing creases, no other damage.
45.00





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81907
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, July 3, 1857. Traveled on the "AMERICA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on July 4, and arrived to Boston on July 17th of 1857.  Forwarded to New York. The circular arrival postmark "N.YORK BR. PKT / 24 / JUL 18", indicated 24 cents due (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for United States internal postage). Very Fine condition with only two very light filing creases.
50.00





{short description of image} 81908
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, Lombard Street, July 17, 1857. Traveled on the 'EUROPA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on July 18, and arrived to Boston on July 31st of 1857. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 31 JUL". Manuscript rating of 38 cents, and alongside a handstamped "48" indicating a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  Letter is in Very Fine condition with only two light filing creases.
50.00





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81909
cvr 1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, September 11, 1857. Traveled on the ship 'CANADA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on September 12, and arrived to Boston on September 25th of 1857. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 25 SEP. / 24" and the handstamped "19 CENTS" alongside indicating a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  Letter is in sound to fine condition with two vertical filing creases.
40.00





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81910
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1857. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, (Nov 6?), 1857. Traveled on the ship "NIAGARA" 'of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on November 7, 1857, and arrived to Boston on September 19th of 1857. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 25 SEP. / 24" is in front. The manuscript "38" and handstamped "48" alongside, indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The letter is in Very Fine condition with only very light vertical filing creases.
50.00





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81912
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, January 22, 1858. Traveled on the ship "ARABIA" 'of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on January 23rd, 1858, and arrived to New York on February 7th of 1858. The manuscript "38" and handstamped "48" alongside indicate a double rate front. The manuscript "38" and handstamped "48" alongside, indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The letter is in Fine condition with two fairly light vertical filing creases.
40.00





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81913
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, February 26, 1858. Traveled on the ship '"CANADA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on February 27, 1858, and arrived to Boston on March 12, 1858. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 12 MAR / 24" is in front. The hanstamped "19 CENTS", and "24" of Boston, indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The letter is in fine condition with two fairly light vertical filing creases.
45.00





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81914
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, March 12, 1858. Traveled on the ship '"NIAGARA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on March 13, 1858, and arrived to Boston on March 28, 1858. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / BOSTON / 28 MAR" is in front. The manuscript "38", and handstamped "48" indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The letter is in Very Fine condition with only two light vertical filing creases.
50.00





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81915
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, May 14, 1858. Traveled on the ship '"AFRICA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on May 15, 1858, and arrived to Boston on May 27, 1858. The circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / MAY 27 / 24" is in front. The hanstamped "19 CENTS", and "24" of New York, indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The letter is in fine condition with two fairly light vertical filing creases.
40.00





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81918
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1858. Cover sheet of a folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, August 6, 1858. Traveled on the ship "ARABIA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on August 7, 1858, and arrived to New York on August 20 of 1858. The circular arrival postmark "NEW YORK BR. PKT / AUGUST 20 / 48" is in front. The manuscript "38" and New York handstamped "48" indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The cover sheet  is in   
fair condition, complete and with 2 vertical filing creases.
35.00





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81919
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, October 8, 1858. Traveled on the ship "EUROPA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on October 9, 1858, and arrived to Boston on October 21st of 1858. The circular arrival postmark "BOSTON BR. PKT / OCT 21" is on reverse. The manuscript "38" and Boston handstamped "48" indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, complete and with 2 vertical filing creases.
35.00





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81920
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, August 27, 1858. Traveled on the ship "ASIA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on August 28, 1858, and arrived to Boston on September 10th of 1858. The circular arrival postmark "BOSTON BR. PKT / OCT 21" is in front. The handstamped "19 CENTS" and Boston handstamped "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, complete and with 2 vertical filing creases.
30.00





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81921
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, November 26, 1858. Traveled on the ship "PERSIA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on November 27, 1858, and arrived to New York on December 12, 1858. The circular arrival postmark "(NEW YORK) / DEC 12 /48" is in front.  The manuscript "38" and New York handstamped "48" indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, complete and with 2 vertical filing creases.
35.00





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81922
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1858. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railway Company, with dispatch of London, December 3, 1858. Traveled on the ship "ARABIA" of the Cunard Line, which sailed from Liverpool on December 4, 1858, and arrived to Boston on December 18, 1858. The circular arrival postmark "BOSTON BR. PKT / 24 /DEC 18" is in front. The hansdstamped  19 CENTS" and Boston handstamped "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, complete and with 2 vertical filing creases.
35.00





{short description of image} 81925A
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1859. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch London February 11, 1859 .  Traveled on the steam ship "CANADA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on February 12, 1859, and arrived to New York on February 26, 1859. In front is the circular arrival postmark "BOSTON BR. PACKET / APR. 5". The initial rate was marked 19 cents, then corrected to 38 cents for British and maritime postage. (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  Also in front is the arrival "BOSTON BR. PACKET / 26 FEB."  The letter is complete with the usual two vertical filing creases.
25.00





{short description of image} 81933
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1860. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York (New York Central Railway Company) with dispatch of London February 10, 1860.  Traveled on the ship "EUROPA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on February 11 1860, and arrived to Boston on February 24, 1860. The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with two vertical filing creases.
25.00





{short description of image} 81934
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1860. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York (New York Central Railway Company) with dispatch of London March 16, 1860.  Traveled on the ship "ARABIA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on March 17 1860, and arrived to New York on March 30, 1860. The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with two vertical filing creases.
25.00





{short description of image} 81935
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1860. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York (New York Central Railroad Company) with dispatch of London October 19, 1860.  Traveled on the ship "EUROPA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on October 20, 1860, and arrived to Boston on November 4 , 1860. The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with two vertical filing creases.
25.00





{short description of image} 81937
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1861. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York (New York Central Railroad Company) with dispatch of London January 15, 1861.  Traveled on the ship "ETNA" of the Inman Line  which sailed from Liverpool on January 16, 1861, and arrived to New York on January 28, 1861. This was the first trip of the Etna across the Atlantic with the Inman Line.  The handstamped "3 CENTS" and "24"indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with two vertical filing creases.
27.50





{short description of image} 81939
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1861. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York (New York Central Railroad Company) with dispatch of London July 6, 1861.  Traveled on the ship "ASIA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on July 6, 1861, and arrived to New York on July, 18 , 1861. The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with two vertical filing creases.
25.00





{short description of image} 81940
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1861. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to the New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch of London, August 3, 1861. Also, small inspectors mark in red.  Traveled on the steamer "PERSIA" of the Cunard line, which sailed from Liverpool on August 3, 1861, and arrived to New York on August 14, 1861.  In front is the circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / NEW YORK / AUG 15/48". The markings "38" and handstamped "48", indicate this was a double rate cover (6c for British postage, 32 cents for the for Transatlantic rate, and 10c for U.S. internal postage). Usual vertical filing creases, otherwise the cover is in fine state of preservation.
37.50





{short description of image} 81941
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1861. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch of London August 20, 1861 .  Traveled on the ship "ARAGO" of the American New York and Havre Line  which sailed from Havre on August 20, 1861, and arrived to New York on September 3, 1861. The handstamped "48 CENTS" and "6" indicate a double weight letter (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with two vertical filing creases.
25.00





{short description of image} 81942
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1861. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch of London October 15, 1861 .  Traveled on the ship "ARAGO" of the American New York and Havre Line  which sailed from Havre on October 15, 1861, and arrived to New York on October 31, 1861. The handstamped "3 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single weight letter (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in good state of preservation, with one vertical filing crease.
27.50





{short description of image} 81943
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1862. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch of London March 7, 1862 .  Traveled on the steam ship "AMERICA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Havre on March 8, 1862, and arrived to Boston on March 24, 1862. In front is the circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / NEW YORK / AUG 15/48".  The handstamped "48 CENTS" and "6" indicate a double rate cover (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in fair condition, with the usual  two vertical filing creases, of which one is quite visible.
27.50





{short description of image} 81944
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1862.  Complete folded letter sent from London to Boston with Liverpool dispatch of May 31, 1862 on reverse.  On front is the manuscript inscription "P. AFRICA via Queenstown".  The letter traveled on the steamship "AFRICA" of the Cunard Line which sailed May 31, 1862 from Liverpool, called at Queenstown on June 1, 1862, and docked at Boston on June 13, 1862.  On reverse is also the arrival marking of "BOSTON  BR. PKT / JUN 13".  The markings "38" and "48" indicate that this is a double rate cover (6 cents for British postage, 32 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 10 cents for   U.S. internal postage).  The cover is in fine state of preservation, with the usual two vertical filing creases, which are, in this case, unobtrusive.
30.00





{short description of image} 81945
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1863. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch in front of February 21, 1863 .  Traveled on the steam ship "ARABIA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on February 1, 1863, and arrived to Boston on March 8, 1863. In front is the circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / NEW YORK / AUG 15/48".  The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single rate cover (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage).  The folded letter is in an excellent state of preservation, with only two very light filing folds.
27.50





{short description of image} 81946
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1863. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch in front of March 14, 1863 .  Traveled on the steam ship "ASIA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on March 14, 1863, and arrived to New York on March 28, 1863. In front is the circular arrival postmark "BR. PACKET / NEW YORK / MAR 28".  The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single rate cover (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage). The folded letter is in an excellent state of preservation, with only two very light filing folds.  Internal to the letter, a very nice cache dated March 30, 1863.
27.50





{short description of image} 81947
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1863. Complete folded letter sent from London to Albany, New York, addressed to New York Central Railroad Company, with dispatch in front of March 21, 1863 .  Traveled on the steam ship "CANADA" of the Cunard Line  which sailed from Liverpool on March 21, 1863, and arrived to Boston on April 5, 1863. In front is the circular arrival postmark "BOSTON BR. PACKET / APR. 5".  The handstamped "19 CENTS" and "24" indicate a single rate cover (3 cents for British postage, 16 cents for Transatlantic rate, and 5 cents for U.S. internal postage). The folded letter is in an excellent state of preservation, with only two light filing creases.
27.50





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Scott #1. 1d black, Plate 1A, lettered 'RE', Fine used stamp, with margins clear. Accompanied byt a certificate of authenticity by Sismondo. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 375, which is about US$ 580.00.
225.00





{short description of image} 81119
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Scott #1. 1d black, Plate 1B, lettered 'LD'. A Fine used stamp on thin paper, with complete margins. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity by Sismondo. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 500, which is about US$ 775.00.
375.00





{short description of image} 81163
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Scott #1. 1d black, Plate 2, lettered 'MB', on thick paper, used, with red Maltese Cross. The stamp has three complete margins, the fourth clear. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 350, which is about US$ 545.00.
200.00





{short description of image} 81297
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Scott #1. 1d black, Plate 6, lettered 'AJ'. A Fine used stamp with margins clear on all sides, and a neat black Maltese Cross. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 350, which is about US$ 545.00.
225.00





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Scott #1. 1d black, Plate 8, lettered 'AB'. Used, with a black Maltese Cross, three good margins, fourth just barely clear. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 500, which is about US$ 775.00.
235.00





{short description of image} 82340
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Scott #4. 2d blue, Fine used strip of 3, with clear margins, Maltese Cross cancellations, and ivory head. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 825, which is about US$ 1280.00.
275.00





{short description of image} 82410
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Scott #4. 2d blue, used pair with huge margins, Maltese Cross cancellation. Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is 550, which is about US$ 855.00.
325.00





{short description of image} 84054
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Scott #33, 58, Plate 6. SG #43, 48, Plate 6.  Envelope sent from Falcaragh, Northern Ireland, to Columbia, Missouri.  franked with two and one half pence, made up by two one penny reds of plate 160, tied by split circle of October 26, 1876, and one half penny, plate 6, which remained uncancelled.  Interesting and scarce cover.  Substantial catalogue value.
50.00





{short description of image} 84629
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SG 94. Plate 7. A complete folded letter sent from London to Copenhagen, franked with 4d vermilion, plate 7, tied by London district "11", with red c.d.s. alongside "LOMBARD STREET / PAID / F.O. / JA 13 66", and red PD on oval. Stanley Gibbons 2011 catalogue value for the 4d plate 7 on cover is about GBP 225, which is about US$ 360. No faults.
150.00





{short description of image} 84632
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SG 94. Plate 8. A complete folded letter sent from London to Copenhagen, franked with 4d vermilion, plate 8, and 1d red, plate 71, tied by London district "11",barred oval,  with red "PD" in oval. On reverse is a London dispatch c.d.s. of August 28, 1866, and Copenhagen arrival of August 31st.  Stanley Gibbons 2011 catalogue value for the 4d plate 8 on cover is about GBP 125, which is about US$ 200. Very Fine cover without faults.
125.00





{short description of image} 84805
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SG #109 plate 8, tied to a front of a cover by a duplex cancellation of London, July 22 1869. Also on front, red circular framed PD. Cover front is trimmed on all sides, fine appearance. Stanley Gibbons 2009 catalogue value for this stamp used is GBP 80.00, which is about US$ 127.
80.00





{short description of image} 84866
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SG 117, Plate 4. One shilling green, plate 4, tied by barred oval to a front of a cover sent from London to New Orleans.  Per ship "Cuba", Cunard Line, with New York arrival in front.
75.00





{short description of image} 85766
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SG 157 - Plate 22. Two and one half pence blue, plate 22 tied by Scottich duplex "KIRKCUDBNRIGHT / 209", to a Very Fine envelope sent to New York.

65.00





{short description of image} 86501
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Scott #186.  SG #431.  British Empire Exhibition 1 1/2 pence brown tied by machine slogan exhibition cancellation dated April 29 1954 to a neat cover addressed to Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada.
24.50





{short description of image} 86711
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Scott #239, 240.  King George VI 2 1/2 pence ultramarine and 3 pence violet, both with perfins reading "D&Co".  Tied by c.d.s. 9 September 40 to a registered envelope addressed to Philadelphia, USA.  Registration label at upper left, and US censor tape also at left.  Transits and arrivals on reverse.
11.00





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86735
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Scott #256. SG #483. Superb first day cover, London, 6 May 1940.  Centenerary of the World's First Postage Stamp.
25.00





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86770
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Scott #303, 304. SG #526, 527.  9 pence bronze-green and 10 pence Prussian blue on a first day cover of February 8, 1954 addressed to Ottawa, Canada.  Very Fine condition.
10.00





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86790
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Scott #313-316.  Neat envelope sent to Ottawa, Canada with complete set of Queen Elizabeth coronation tied by neat c.d.s. of 19 JU 53 from Ashton in Makerfield.  In fine and fresh condition.
10.00





{short description of image} 86800
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Scott #377, 378.  SG# 621, 622.  CEPT conference.  Complete set on Very Fine first day cover, 1960.  Stanley Gibbons catalogue value for the first day cover is GBP 30, which is about US $60.00.
30.00





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Scott #387-389.  SG# 631-633. National Productivity Year, set of three on First Day Cover without cachet.  Stanley Gibbons Catalogue Value is GBP 30, which is about US$60.00.
25.00





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Higgins and Gage #C78 upgraded with 2D red-brown of King George VI, registered 6 1/2 pence claret registered envelope addressed to Ottawa, Canada with large number of postmarks in front and in back.  Fine quality.
7.50





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Scott, Great Britain, #269, 270.  Stanley Gibbons, Channel Islands, #C1, C2.  Set of 2 stamps on a first day cover from Guernsey.  And on another cover, set of 2 stamps plus extra pair of 2 1/2 pence ultramarine, first day cover from Jersey.  Both covers in fine condition without backstamps.
15.00

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