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Postal Auction New Raynes July 2019. 302: Catalogue

Tuesday 2nd of July 2019 ,13:00:00 PO Box 228 Winsford CW7 9DG

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LOT1 ACCESSORIES

1970's A selection of unused Collectaplan annual supplements various countries plus glazed transparent interleaving sheets.

LOT2 EPHEMERA

1962 City of Manchester dinner menu on the occasion of the visit of His Excellency Monsieur Alexander Soldatov ambassador of the U.S.S.R.

LOT3 LITERATURE

1965 Typed pages copied from the book 'Paquebot and Ship Letter Cancellations of the World 1894-1951' and details of the Maritime Postmark Society. Note not binded.

LOT4 LITERATURE

Pages of information about Paquebot Cancellations of the World includes GB towns with accompanying copies of cancels. Booklet published by GPO of correspondence posted on British Ships instructions for the Ship's Officer. 1959 Leaflet memorial to US gold star submarines. 1967 letter from GPO with copies of GB post office cancels from Mount Pleasant.

LOT5 Perfins

Perfins: 1d carmine and 6d purple both mint examples with RS & Co perfins, fine lookers.

LOT6 PHOTOGRAPHS

A selection of 17 photographs connected to Aeroplanes in plastic covers. Previous owner has marked prices as £100. Contains postcard of Colonel Cody with his biplane (may not be genuine) includes Douglas DC-6 at London airport circa 1940's and 50's.

LOT7 PHOTOGRAPHS

A selection of 24 photographs connected to Cars in plastic covers. Previous owner has marked prices as £175. Included are children's toy cars. Note some plastics contain 9 photos of a single car circa 1930's to 1950's.

LOT8 POSTAL HISTORY

1960 A selection of fifteen World Refugee Year first day covers, from various countries includes GB Finland and the Vatican.

LOT9 POSTAL HISTORY

1974 Four illustrated Trafalgar Square Christmas covers with autographs signed at locations includes Great Hospital Norwich and Collegiate Church Devon.

LOT10 POSTAL HISTORY

A selection of twenty-five unused postcards and postal stationery includes GB King Edward VII 1d red wrapper, Suriname 2½c postcard, Argentina 4C postcard and Austria 10c postcard.

LOT11 POSTCARDS

1940's Twenty postcards of Ceylon all written but no stamps. Written by serviceman in the RAF. Includes Indian Vel festival and Devil dancing ceremony. Also B&W picture of Echelon Barracks 1943.

LOT12 POSTCARDS

1944 Two W.W.II comedy postcards written by RAF airman in Ceylon captioned Tea Revives You.

LOT13 POSTCARDS

1953 Westminster Abbey Coronation Souvenir June 2nd 1953 12 unused real photograph postcards.

LOT14 POSTCARDS

1956 Four original Swedish postcards of the young Tommy Steele a British music icon. With his history detailed in Swedish.

LOT15 POSTCARDS

CUBA: Collection of postcards mainly turn of the century to 1950s earlier used attractive PPC's views, Happy Family, Morro Castle, El Caney, Civil Hospital, Tobacco Plantations, etc, mixed but nice earlier lot (8 items).

LOT16 POSTCARDS

Four sets of five repro circa 1970's postcards of Stoke Newington, Homerton, Victoria Park, Rectory Road and London Fields railway stations published by Hackney Library

LOT17 POSTCARDS

Selection of twenty Camden Graphics colour lithographs of famous paintings includes Alphonse Mucha.

LOT18 POSTCARDS

Small range of S.America postcards mainly turn of the century to 1950s earlier used & unused attractive PPC's views,Guatemala Milk girl unused, Peru Brazil (5), Refrigeration boats in dock, Rio De Janeiro, Copacabana etc, mixed but nice earlier lot (8 items).

LOT19 REVENUES & CINDERELLA

Amoy: Consular Service $1½ on 1/- green and blue revenue used with Amoy fancy revenue cancel in violet. Some perf faults but mainly sound. Used by British Consulars in China Japan.

LOT20 REVENUES & CINDERELLA

BIRDS Circa. 1913 Germany. Lovely set of 18 Poster Stamps issued by Karl Steinmetz of Munich depicting various birds. Very attractive, no gum, faults on 1 stamp.

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