CCSG Auction 204 Lot Listing

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CCSG Auction 204 Lot Listing

Postby dannmayo » Sat Oct 05, 2019 3:23 pm

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CCSG Auction No. 204
Closing Date for bids Tuesday 3rd December 2019

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Abbreviations: AM = air mail, b/s = backstamped, bcm = blue crayon mark of US Censorship at bottom left, c. = cover, cld = cancelled, co3s = cover opened out 3 sides, (CoA) = Coat of Arms, CS = Censor Station, fkd = franked, h/s = handstamp, m/s = manuscript, nc = not censored, o/w = otherwise, pbt = plain brown tape, pc = postcard, pm = postmark, ppc = picture postcard, ps = postal stationery, RX = International Red Cross, s = surface mail, sf = serif letters, s/l = single line, st = resealing label slit open, t = censor re-sealing tape/label, w/ = with, w/o = without, [ .. ] = CCSG type numbers.
The number after the description [xxx] is the vendor’s reference.
Quality: XF = extra fine, VF = very fine, F = fine, VG = very good, G = good, P = poor.

Lot # Description Reserve in GB£

Pre WWI
1 CHINA-GERMANY.BOXER WAR SS PALATIA 1900 (Sep 8) Stampless ppc (Hamburg-Amerika Line ship) modified in manu to read Feldpost to Wiesbaden from soldier en-route Boxer War canc Kais Deutsche / Marine Schiffspost / No 66 [10 Sep] & w/boxed S.B. / Ostas Exped / 5 Infant-Regmt h/s in black & Weisbaden [18 Sep] arrival d/s [S S Palatia arrived Taku on 16 Oct with 5th EA Inf Regt, Field Hospital No 5 plus half a Light Artillery Ammunitions column, Total of 1864 men & 51 vehicles. The vessel remained in Asiatic waters until 6 Mar 01] [2480] £95.00
2 RUSSIA RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR 1904 - 1905 Russian stampless postcard with blue circular 219 Reserve Battalion, Echelon 730 Vladivostok negative seal & partial despatch or arrival cds Scarce item from the Russian side of this war when the Japanese declared war on Russia 10 Feb 1904 with the Japanese being the victors when on 31 August 1905 a Armistice was concluded - see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Mukden [2424] £50.00
3 INDIA-GB SOLDIERS & SAILORS ENVELOPE 1894 (Sep 26) 9p Soldier's and Seamen's 2nd Batt Royal Sussex Regiment, Dum Dum printed envelope a little ragged at top to Epsom from 3540 Pte. J.J. Law countersigned by Commanding Officer & cancelled square circle Dum Dum & on reverse Bombay (Sep 29) transit & poor Epsom arrival cds [2469] £50.00

WWI
4 ADEN-GB 1917(Nov 13) Plain envelope with some toning REGISTERED to Colchester bearing India 2a & 4 x 3p tied Aden cds & with matching blue on white R Aden 361 registration label & violet cogwheel Passed Censor / Aden / AB 105 & on reverse Aden [14 Nov] + oval registered / London [22 Dec] transit d/s & partial Colchester arrival d/s [2440] £60.00
5 ARGENTINA – AUSTRIA 1918 (Nov 23) Argentina 5c UPU Stationary card to Krizenau, Moravia being a typed notification that a Patent had been granted for new invention entitled "Artifical Leather" cancelled Buenos Aires date stamp & MISSENT TO AUSTRALIA with unframed violet Passed (Humphreys M5) hand stamp deleted with red crayon & with manuscript crosses either side of Austria to show correct destination Interesting item [2456] £65.00
6 AUSTRALIA 1917 (Jun) Service des PRISONNIERS DE GUERRE Free printed envelope (Emery PSPE 4) to Brisbane from Chas F. Bisele, G.C.C., Liverpool, 41/1 cancelled Liverpool /NSW cds & with violet Censored / R. JW Holman / German Concentration Camps / Liverpoool N.S.W (Emery CA, 235) hand stamp [2401] £35.00
7 AUSTRALIA – USA 1918 (Jun 16) The Australia, Sydney hotel printed envelope carelessly opened right side with 10 page letter to Lieut H. Saylor, Anglesey NJ & FORWARDED in manuscript to 7th Field Artillery 7th Field Regt AEF & then again to HQ 1st Div bearing GV 2 x 1d one damaged & ½d tied Sydney date stamp & with partial Anglesey (25 Jun) cds The interesting letter states "The war looks so black at present that we are afraid to think of it, much less discuss it. Australia's part in it we are ashamed of & nearly heart broken" "We had a monster appeal here for the Red Cross & raised about £400,000 , this may not sound much to you but it is good for our little State, mother was on the Committee [2432] £30.00
8 AUSTRIA-USA 1915 (Dec 9) Commercial printed envelope REGISTERED to Chas H Warner & Sons Co., Detroit bearing pair 25h tied Alt Rohlau cds & with black on yellow R Alt Rohlau / 52 registration label & violet framed Oberpruft, INTERCEPTED BY BRITISH with OPENED BY CENSOR 4105 label with red Star & referred with 4105 deleted & blue crayon 4217 C9 inserted. Condemned & with framed RELEASED BY THE / BRITISH MILITARY AUTHORITIES at wars end with on reverse New York transit (31 Jul 1918) & Detroit (12 Aug) arrival cds (12.8.1918) Condemned & held by the British for 32 months [2464] £45.00
9 BURMA 1914(Nov 11) Indian TELEGRAPHS printed Form from Ramanathan-Chetty concerning collection of monies & selling merchandise cancelled concentric circles Rangoon / GPO d/s & w/scarce unframed Passed Censor h/s in blue [Gum stains as usual from pasting of message and tears but very unusual & scarce Censored item] [2479] £30.00
10 CYPRUS - EGYPT 1917 (Jan 24) Commercial printed envelope with piece gone to top left on front that does not affect any text or markings to Alexandria bearing 30pa tied Limossol squared circle & with blue on blue Opened By Censor label (Firebrace CCL 4B) tied black oval Passed By Censor / No 18 & on reverse Alexandria/I (3 Feb) arrival cds [2460] £60.00
11 EGYPT - FRANCE 1916 (Jan 16) Photographic picture postcard showing view of pyramids to Paris endorsed datelined Cairo 16 Jan 16 from Driver A.W. Gridland 8375, 20th Company, Army Service Corps, A.I.F. Egypt bearing Egypt Pyramid 5m tied single ring Heliopolis (17 Jan) cds Previous owner states Driver A.W. Gridland embarked from Sydney on board HMAT A66 Uganda on 15 June 1915 [2398] £25.00
12 EGYPT 1918 (Jul 27) OHMS printed stampless envelope to Cairo cancelled smudged APO SZ? skeleton & with violet oval No 57 TRAINING SQUADRON / ROYAL AIR FORCE (Firebrace RCF 11) & on reverse Cairo (28 Jul) arrival Scarce & early RAF that was only formed April 1918 [2472] £95.00
13 FRANCE 1914 (Sep 16) Stampless picture postcard showing Bordeaux harbour scene to Ardennes cancelled Bordeaux cds & with TOURS "LIEU de DESTINATION ENVHI (DESTINATION OVER-RUN) machine handstamp [2098] £20.00
14 FRANCE - GB 1915 (May 30) large portion (208 x 153mm at extremities) of brown parcel wrapper to Aylesbury endorsed “Officers Surplus Kit” with plain white address label cancelled FPO I.S.M. cds & manuscript “Rec 1/- Due on Parcel / Mrs Crouch, Aylesbury" pinned to piece & overlaying red triangular Censor 1154 & alongside 2 x GV 4d with third one fallen away tied mute Post Office cancel & with blue crayon note that parcel contains 2 Vests + 3 Piece Unusual item of Postage Due [2075] £10.00
15 FRANCE - PORTUGAL 1917 (Dec 2) Coloured stampless picture postcard entitled "After the Race" to Lisbon from Portuguese soldier cancelled C.E.P. / S.P.C. 12 cds & with violet arched Censurado / No. 29 & partial black circular Censura / No. hand stamps Portugal remained neutral until 9 March 1916 when Germany declared war due to the Portuguese seizing on 24 Feb 16 thirty six German & Austro-Hungarian merchant ships at anchor in Lisbon The Portuguese sent 2 Divisions to France the first troops arriving 2 Feb 17 & going to the front lines on 11 May 17 The 1st Division was withdrawn from France on 6 April 1918 leaving the 2nd Division who remained & took part in the Victory March The period of use being relatively short Feb 1917 to Nov 1918 [2071] £30.00
16 GIBRALTAR - GB 1915 (Feb 8) Coloured picture postcard of "Catalan Bay" Gibraltar to Penzance bearing GV 1d tied black circular 23mm Mute handstamp & with violet unframed PASSED / BY CENSOR (Gould HC 225 HMS DIANA) [2393] £20.00
17 GIBRALTAR - SPAIN 1917 (May 5) Plain envelope to Spain with letter on printed GOVERNMENT HOUSE WAR FUND - Gibraltar paper written by Mrs. Armitage who was Hon. Secretary giving thanks & requesting more clothing for the Hospital's use, bearing 1d tied Gibraltar cds Opening faults along top & small stain on face but a nice Patriotic item [2394] £15.00
18 GIBRALTAR - USA Plain undated envelope to Clarksville, Tennessee endorsed R. Deingelmann, Prisoner of War, Gibraltar with black circular 34mm POST FREE / P.C. / PRISONER OF WAR handstamp [2392] £30.00
19 GREAT BRITAIN Pair War Savings Association member's Subscription books No 58 (1847) Wt. 14951/339 250,000 7/16 H.W. & V. Ld. E156 / (3197) Wt. P 4689/831 200,000 1/17 H.W. & V. Ld. E860 showing contributions from April 1918 to October 1919 together with members book Scheme 2A No 56 (B. 7185) Wt 16791/339 - 287 250M 7/16 H & S E156 from May 1917 with 15 x National War Savings Committee medals series labels affixed inside (2 items) Interesting WW1 ephemera items [2430] £10.00
20 GREAT BRITAIN NAVY HMS DEFENCE coloured postcard At the start of the First World War, she was involved in the pursuit of the German warships Goeben and Breslau, but Rear-Admiral Ernest Troubridge decided not to engage Goeben due to it's more powerful guns, heavier armour & faster speed She then blockaded the German ships in the Dardanelles until ordered on 10 September to the South Atlantic in the hunt for Admiral Graf von Spee's East Asia Squadron This was cancelled on 14 September and Defence returned to the Dardanelles The Admiralty again ordered her to the South Atlantic in October to join Rear-Admiral Christopher Cradock's squadron searching for the German ships & on reaching Montevideo 3 November 1914 she got word that Cradock's squadron had been mauled & defeated two days previously at the Battle of Coronel. HMS Defence rendezvoused with HMS Inflexible & HMS Invincible later that month to transfer long-range radio equipment to Invincible before sailing to South Africa to escort a troop convoy to Great Britain. Defence joined the 1st Cruiser Squadron of the Grand Fleet on arrival & was sunk on 31 May 1916 during the Battle of Jutland [2399] £12.00
21 ITALY-CEYLON 1914 (Oct 17) Mario Danetti, Busto Arsizio printed envelope with 4cm almost closed vertical tear to left of adhesives to Colombo bearing Italy 15c & 10c tied Busto Arsizio / Milano cds & with Stamp sheet selvedge used as Censors re-closing label tied violet OPENED UNDER MARTIAL LAW & below framed CENSOR / 20 Nov 1914 /A [2463] £5.00
22 KENYA-HOLLAND 1916(Jan 17) Papazoglakis & Angelopulos, Mombasa printed envelope registered to Rotterdam bearing strip 4 x 6c plus single 3c tied Mombasa / E.A.P. cds & with blue on white matching REGISTRATION label No 9499 violet unframed Registered & black 2653 file number] plus green on white Opened By Censor / Under / Martial Law label (small amount damage to label) tied on reverse by unreadable Censor Wax Seal & with red Registered London (11 Feb) transit & Rotterdam (12 Feb) arrival cds [2438] £65.00
23 MALTA - GB 1916 (Oct 20) Malta 2d REGISTERED uncensored envelope to Alfreton uprated with additional pair 1d tied Mute circular Maltese Cross with alongside oval Registered / Malta (20 Oct) cancel & R / GPO VALLETTA (Malta) No 585 Registration label & Alfreton (27 Oct) arrival [2471] £28.00
24 NORTH RUSSIA ALLIED INTERVENTION 1918 (Nov) Inset photograph of the 5 funnelled "Askold" on white card annotated in ink on reverse Photo taken in Murmansk harbour November 1918. (French Battleship with this deleted in pencil. Askold a Russian cruiser was Commissioned 25 Jan 1902, with the rise of the Bolshevik regime Askold was seized by the British in Kola Bay, Murmansk and re-commissioned as HMS Glory IV in August 1918 [2396] £25.00
25 SOUTH AFRICA 1915-19 Group of 3 Censored picture postcards 2 bearing South Africa 1d tied Johannesburg or Cape Town date stamps to Samos Is., Greece or Portugal & 1919 incoming card to Sweden & redirected to Inchanga, Natal from Japan bearing 4 sen tied Japanese vernacular cds & with black circular Passed / Crown / Censor & violet Tokyo (6 Mar) + Karlskrona, Sweden (8 May) transit + Inchanga / Natal (11 Jun) arrival cds. 3 cards 2 fine & with stains to Samos Is. card [2426] £12.00
26 TANGANYIKA-AUSTRALIA 1919(Feb 4) Plain stampless envelope to Perth Australia endorsed On Active Service & with counter signature in bottom left dated 4/2/19 & cancelled on reverse Base Office B / I.E.F. cds located Dar es Salam [2442] £95.00
27 TURKEY - HUNGARY Imperial Ottoman Bank crested envelope to Budapest bearing 1915 issue 10 pa Overprinted red Star & Crescent tied bi-lingual Galata No 5 & with bold violet unframed CENZURALVA [2404] £35.00
28 URUGUAY - SWITZERLAND 1917 (Mar 22) Banco de Londres y Rio de la Platao Montevideoh crested envelope to Durrenalsch bearing Artigas 8c tied Montevideo cds & with black divided oval 1 over 9 handstamp, INTERCEPTED by French & with black on buff Controle postal Militaire label tied oval OUVERT / 201 / Par AUTORITE MILITAIRE & on reverse Durrenalsch (2 May) arrival cds [2407] £12.00

Interwar
29 BELGIUM-USA 1919 (Mar 25) Plain stampless envelope to Atlantic City endorsed S.M. (Mlitary Mail) from S / Off M. Dunesme, 11th Regt., Bureau Postale No 5, Belgian Army cancelled scarce six sided Brussel-Bruxelles / Nagezien-Verifie (Checked Verified) datestamp & with Opened By / Censor / 256 label [2451] £45.00
30 CYPRUS-CZECHOSLOVAKIA 1938 (Sep 14) Plain envelope to Kosice bearing 1½p & 1p tied Nicosia cds & below circular CYPRUS FOR A HOLIDAY with Map inserted promotional slogan & with violet unframed CENSUROVANO On 28 Sep 1938 Hitler issued his ultimatum to the Czechs to surrender the Sudetenland & despite Hitler signing the Munich agreement on 30 Sep marched his troops in the following day to occupy the area, censorship was imposed by the Czechs & this must be an early example [2465] £85.00
31 GB-EGYPT-SUDAN 1930 (Mar 25) Plain env bearing 1½d tied Middlesex machine d/s to C.B. Baker, Fairey Aviation Representative, c/o Officer Commanding RAF HQ, Cairo & redirected in manuscript to GHQ Heliopolis & then to 47 Sqn RAF Khartoum & with Cairo A [1 Apr] + Heliopolis [1 Apr] & on reverse MPO / Cairo [3 Apr] + Cairo/Station [5 Apr] + Shellal-Halfa T.P.O. [9 Apr] transit cds & manuscript 47 Squadron, Khartoum in pencil Interesting [2446] £40.00
32 NICARAGUA-USA 1927 (Jun 4) Plain envelope to Brooklyn N.Y. from Seaman abroad USS Denver bearing USA 2c tied U.S.S. Denver / Bluefields Nicaragua date stamp Civil war erupted between Conservatives & Liberals in May 1926 with the first US Marine forces landing on 24 Jan 1927 tasked to provide stabilisation for the Government & a Nicaraguan campaign medal was issued to those serving between 1926 – 1933 [2428] £40.00
33 TURKEY - GB 1919 (Aug 20) Elia Kanzah, who were Tea wholesalers printed envelope to Avendl & Co., Tea Merchants, London printed envelope with vertical crease bearing GB GV 2½d tied British P. O. Constantinople cds & with PASSED BY CENSOR label Imprinted (101 / 1987) (Firebrace PCL 3iii) & partial violet CENSORED BY / 2 / MILITARY AUTHORITY handstamp (Firebrace CMA 2) [2405] £25.00

WWII
34 AUSTRALIA – USA 1942 (Aug 10) Free Canteen Service Veterans of Foreign Wars of the United States Department of California printed envelope to San Diego from Raymond W. Ward 39018931 HQ. 129th F.A. Bn cancelled US Army Postal Service / APO 32 date stamp located Logan Village & with black double rimmed circular U.A.A.F.I.A. / 93 / Passed By Censor label hand stamp The "Passed By Army Censor " by Richard W. Helbock 2006 lists only one date of 3 Jan 43 for Censor 93, this extends that date & provides a unit allocation also [2420] £50.00
35 AUSTRALIA USA 1943 (Jan 12) Longer modified US Penalty envelope deleted to enable use as local ordinary mail to Carlton & United Breweries from 4th GENERAL HOSPITAL, Officers Club, APO 924 bearing damaged GV1 2½d tied Melbourne date stamp [2419] £15.00
36 AUSTRALIA - USA 1943 Pair envelope's to USA both from serving US soldiers [1] US 6c Air Mail Stationary cancelled U.S. Army / 7th Base Post Office (Aug 18) date stamp located Brisbane & with black circular Passed By / Base / 1618 / Army / Examiner & [2] Plain envelope with return address APO 4665 bearing 6c Transport tied US Army Postal Service / APO 922 (21 Sep) located Townsville Qld & with black framed Passed By / 19347 / Army Examiner partly overlaid by red on white Opened by U.S. Censor label & with black circular Passed By / Base / 2418 / Army / Examiner hand stamp (2 items) [2418] £30.00
37 AUSTRALIA 1942 -45 Longer undated Headquarters Base Section 7 & 23rd Port of Embarkation, U.S.A.S.O.S., S.W.P.A., Official Business Penalty envelope used locally within Sydney to Sydney Cistern & Terrazzo Products bearing GV1 2½d tied oval 10 bars mute obliterator U.S.A.S.O.S., S.W.P.A. = United States Armed Services Over Seas, South West Pacific Area. These barred Mute obliterators were generally used by Naval establishments [2417] £35.00
38 AUSTRALIA - FREE DUTCH FORCES Plain envelope by airmail to Turramurra, Sydney bearing GV1 3d tied 8 barred oval mute canceller & with violet double rimmed circular Passed By / R.N.F. Censor /No 5 with facsimile signature ? Bakker inserted These barred mute cancellers were normally used by Naval forces [2415] £45.00
39 AUSTRALIA - FREE DUTCH FORCES PRIVATELY CARRIED 1942-45 Pair plain undated, unpaid & uncensored envelopes to Lieut. Comdr. D.J.R. Beugeling, Dutch Air Force in Brisbane [1]from F.J. Schets, Beatrix Blvd 12, Bandaung N.E.I. endorsed "Through kind intermediary of Capt. D Storud" & with red ink O.C.B. [2] to same man from A.F. Beugeling-Schets, Bussums, Holland presumably carried in a similar fashion (2 items) An interesting pair [2416] £50.00
40 AUSTRALIAN NEW GUINEA – AUSTRALIA 1944 (Mar) American Red Cross printed envelope to Melbourne from Major T.L. McKee, Surgeons Office, APO 928 located Milne Bay N.G. bearing Australian GV1 3d bagged & cancelled on arrival Townsville, Qld (8 Mar) date stamp Both Papua & New Guinea were Governed & Administered by Australia until 1975 [2421] £20.00
41 BAHAMAS-USA 1942 (Jan 31) Plain envelope to Boston bearing 3d tied Nassau / Come to / Nassau, Bahamas / Ideal Tourist Resort slogan & with scarcer green on white Opened By Censor label [CCSG CL3] with partial manu G/??? the examiners number has been torn away [2444] £40.00
42 BELGIUM-USA 1940 (Feb 14) Compagnie Continentale D'Importation, Anvers printed envelope to Continental Grain Co., New York bearing definitives strip 5 x 1.75f & single 1f tied Anvers cds & with Brussels (14 Feb) transit cds. INTERCEPTED IN BERMUDA & with red on white PC102 Opened By / Censor / 56 label tied by violet oval US Customs / Baltimore (4 Mar) Flynn only records 5 number 56 labels, ref Peter A Flynn-Intercepted in Bermuda WW2 [2454] £35.00
43 BELGIUM-USA 1941 (Nov 25) Airmail envelope to PARCELS FOR BELGIAN PRISONERS, Washington via Lisbonne bearing 5f & 1.75f tied partial Namur cds & on reverse Obercommando der Wehrmacht code "B" label tied red circular Eagle over Swastika Geoffnet code "b" handstamp [2408] £25.00
44 BERMUDA - ANTIGUA 1942 (Feb 27) Mrs Edmund Gibbons, "Ramsbury" Pembroke printed envelope endorsed Airmail to St. Johns, Antigua bearing 1/- & 2 x 7½d making 2/3 rate tied Hamilton cds & with blue on white B.C.1 OPENED BY EXAMINER 365 label with on reverse St. John's / Antigua ( 3 Mar with 3 very weak) arrival cds Unusual wartime inter island mail [2395] £20.00
45 CAYMAN ISLANDS - USA 1940 (May 5) The W.W. Gavitt Medical Co, Topeka, Kans pre addressed printed untidy looking envelope together with letter requesting Herbal tablets, receipt for $13 Money Order & Report of Agency form bearing GV1 2½d tied Georgetown/Cayman Islands cds. Gavitt's manuscript annotations on face plus date stamps of receipt & despatch 18 & 21 May & on reverse scarcer small black on green Opened By Censor label Opened to left side & bottom & despite untidy appearance an interesting item of Wartime economy [2476] £65.00
46 CEYLON-GB 1942(Apr 29) Plain stampless envelope to Bournemouth cancelled Field Post Office 40 & with boxed RAF Censor 955 (Type R10) in blue & on reverse manuscript September 1st 1943 arrival annotation. FPO 40 landed on Ceylon 14 Mar 42 & left 1 Feb 43. It is recorded by Proud 4 May 42 - 29 Jan 43 this precedes the earlier date [2452] £20.00
47 DOMINICA-USA 1941 (Nov 6) Plain envelope to San Francisco bearing ½d & 3d tied Roseau/Dominica cds & with violet unframed Passed By Censor [CCSG H2] & on reverse Plain Brown label tied violet circular General Post Office / 6 Nov 41 / Dominica Br.W.I. cds CCSG by Miller states GPO cds was used to tie labels L1a & sometimes L1b but he makes no mention of this combination [2439] £60.00
48 EGYPT-SUDAN 1943(Apr 22) Plain envelope with 2 almost imperceptible horizontal creases to Khartoum bearing 6m tied Asyot cds & censored on arrival with Green on white Opened By / Examiner 35 label tied black triangular Passed Censor / 20 / Sudan & on reverse Shellal-Halfa TPO No 2 [30 Apr] transit & Khartoum [2 May] arrival [2448] £25.00
49 EGYPT - USA 1944 (Jan 15) Plain envelope to Menlo Park CA from British Consulate Cairo bearing 2m + pair 40m + Air 90m tied Cairo cds & with black circular M2 (CCSG 4ba) hand stamp & with on reverse blue oval British Consulate General / 15 Jan 1944 / Cairo The rate of 172m is correct for the double 5gm rate of 22m Surface + 75m / 5gm for the Trans Africa route via Lagos & Panama Fam 22 to Miami [2443] £40.00
50 FINLAND - USA 1941 (Feb 7) Plain envelope by airmail to Atlas Commercial Company, New York bearing Lion Issue 1m & strip 3 x 3½m tied Helsinki roller cancel & with violet circular Finnish Censor No 26. INTERCEPTED BY BRITISH IN TRINIDAD & with Opened By / Examiner label with handstamp 103 inserted (CCSG TR CL 2b) [2455] £35.00
51 GERMANY - BULGARIA 1941 (Oct 20) Plain envelope by aimail to Sofia bearing Hindenburg 10pf & 25pf tied Clausthal cds & with Obercommando der Wehrmacht / Eagle Swastika / Geoffnet (g) label (Riemer G-53a) tied red hooded circular Gepruft / OKW / Eagle Swastika hand stamp (Riemer G-3a) [2014] £8.00
52 GB - USA 1941 42 Group 3 longer censored envelopes to USA [1] 1941 (Feb 12) bearing GV1 brown 2/6d [2] 1942 (Apr 16) bearing GV1 brown 2/6d brown + Pair 1/- & [3] 1942 (Sep 2) bearing GV1 2/6d green all with various numbered PC 90 Opened By Examiner labels [2435] £55.00
53 GB - USA 1942 (Mar 10) Royaume de Belgique, Ministere des Affaires Etrangers air mail printed envelope with some paper rumples to Belgian Consul General in New Orleans bearing 1/- & 6d tied London S.W.1 date stamp & with violet unframed "To the Censor I have the Honour to Certify that the Contents are of an Official Nature" signature "The Belgian Minister for Foreign Affairs by Order" with Official circular cachet alongside plus similar worded Wax seal on reverse sealing the flaps Fine item & scarce [2414] £55.00
54 GB - CANADA 1943-5 Royal Navy printed Honour envelope to St. Catherine’s, Ontario bearing GB GV1 definitives 2d & ½d tied red Post Office / Maritime Mail hand stamp & with PC90 continuous Crowns / OPENED BY EXAMINER / 8929 label I do not have exact figures but from what I've seen over the years you will probably see 200 - 300 Army Honour envelopes for every one Naval [2084] £6.00
55 GREAT BRITAIN 1944 (May 6) War Office issue of 32 Page 105 x 164 mm FIELD SERVICE POCKET BOOK, Part 1- Pamphlet No. 5, Signal Codes 1944 imprinted (20321) G.513 300,000 4/44 K.H.K. Gp. 8/7 that lists Morse, Semaphore, Air reconnaissance, Ground Indicator, Combined Panel codes & Flag Signals for Infantry carriers & with violet double oval No. 3 Base Hospital Laundry Unit / 18 May 1944 / R.A.O.C. handstamp on front cover A neat little & interesting wartime item of ephemera [2431] £8.00
56 GB 1944 (Sep 10) Crested stampless envelope to Wing Commander, 209 (P) Det, 2 CA Group Admin., BLA cancelled red circular DIRECTOR OF PERSONAL / SERVICES / SEP 1944 / AIR MINISTRY & with blue oval RAF CENSOR / 32 [R7] with alongside ink "Post Tent" & with FPO 376 (10 Sep) arrival cds The 6 of FPO 376 is weak but interesting item. [1933] £10.00
57 GB - FRANCE 1944 (Dec 2) Printed Air Mail post card with Air mail DELETED to Fecamp bearing GB GV1 2d tied South Shields / Co. Durham machine & with violet lozenge Crown over Passed / P.73 (CCSG H 2D) & framed 854 hand stamps [2413] £10.00
58 GB - RUSSIA 1945 Group 3 x plain envelopes 194 x 128mm dated between 25 April - 2 May endorsed BY BAG c/o Foreign Office, London S.W.1 for carraige by diplomatic bag to Miss Lilian M, Godwin, British Embassy, Moscow, U.S.S.R, c/o Foreign Office, London S.W.1 bearing GB GV1 definitive 2½d tied Reading Berks machine date stamp & with violet losenge Crown over PASSED P. 211 hand stamp Very unusual items from Reading to be sent via diplomatic bag [2397] £95.00
59 GREAT BRITAIN Group 15 mint A.F. W3078 Active Service Privilege Envelopes showing several different printings [2412] £15.00
60 HUNGARY - SWITZERLAND 1945 (Apr 2) Plain stampless envelope to Red Cross, Geneva from Polish Internee cancelled Eger cds & with pictorial violet circular Eger Internment Camp cachet & blue unframed BELLIGERANT / INTERNE alongside DIJMENRES & with framed tri-lingual Ellenorizve / Zensuriert / Censuree handstamp & on reverse blue on brown Az 1939, evi II, tc (Arms) 152. §-an alapulo / H.M. rendelet alapjan felbontva label tied black circular Ellenorizve / Pekir [2073] £25.00
61 INDI A -SWITZERLAND 1939 (Dec 26) Leonhard Reisner, Bombay printed envelope by REGISTERED AIRMAIL to Uttwil bearing 8a, 1r & ½a tied Causeway / Bombay cds & with blue on white R / 38 registration label with CAUSEWAY BOMBAY inserted & untidily affixed with excess glue & on reverse red on white Arms / OPENED BY CENSOR label (CCSG 6A1) & Uttwil (5 Jan 40) arrival d/s [2478] £35.00
62 KENYA 1941 (Apr 6) OHMS stampless printed envelope used locally to Miss Stephens, P.O. Box 39, Mombasa cancelled Mombasa cds & with violet framed Postal Frank / Fortress Cmdr. / Mombasa with ink 256/11/A below [2445] £50.00
63 MADAGASCAR - USA 1943 (Sep 11) Plain stampless envelope to Ithaca N. Y. cancelled EA APO 53 cds located Diego Suarez & with violet framed Passed / By Military / Censor / EA No V1/9 (Daynes EA 4B) & circular Deputy Chief Field Censor / Crown in centre hand stamps & with on reverse Egypt Postage Prepaid / It pays to Lend (9 Oct) transit date stamp [2449] £30.00
64 MALAYA - PHILIPPINE Is 1941 (Sep 10) Plain envelope to Union Insurance Society of Canton, Manila from company office in Singapore bearing Straits Settlements 10c & 5c tied Singapore / F cds & with Plain brown resealing label tied violet unframed PASSED BY / CENSOR 22 / A Passed By / Censor 22/A A scarcer destination [2474] £30.00
65 MALAYA - JAPANESE OCCUPATION of PENANG 1945 (May 25)[2605.5.25] Plain envelope to Penang from L.T. Chay P.W.D. Office (Public Works Department) bearing Japanese occupation 8c tied Japanese vernacular cds (Proud JD 10) & with large black framed Japanese vernacular Censor handstamp [2473] £65.00
66 NETHERLANDS 1945(29 May) Plain envelope to Dronryp (Fr) bearing 7½c tied leeuwarden cds & with plain Brown re sealing label tied violet bi-lingual boxed Geopend Door Censur / Opened By Censor Internal Allied censorship of Dutch mail is seldom seen & Dronryp (Dronrijp) is a small town in Frisian Province with a population 3405 in 2008 Census [2441] £65.00
67 N.E.I.-USA 1941(Apr 4) Printed airmail envelope (Opening faults to top) to Baltimore endorsed "By KLM to Manila, by PAA to USA and onward air Transmission" bearing Queen Wilhelmina 1gld + 20c & 25c tied Buitenzorg d/s & with bi-lingual Censuur Geopend label tied circular Censuur / 4 (4 Apr) [2450] £50.00
68 NEW CALEDONIA-USA 1942 (Apr 16) Plain envelope with part return address cut away but complete with original letter to San Francisco bearing 2.50f tied Noumea / Nelle Caledonie cds & with black circular Controle / Nouvelle Caledonie / Postal plus black on brown Ouvert Par la Censure-Nouvelle Caledonie label overlaid by Australian red on white 2 Opened By Censor label tied by violet framed Passed / By / censor / 1148 [2461] £20.00
69 NEW CALEDONIA - AUSTRALIA 1943 (Feb 24) American Red Cross Club printed envelope endorsed Sailors Mail to Wagga Wagga from J. Kosack Ptr 2/C, US Receiving Station, Noumea bearing US Transport 66c tied U.S. Navy date stamp & with black double rimmed circular Censored and stamp that was only used at Noumea [2422] £5.00
70 NEW ZEALAND - MEF 1942 (Sep 14) Plain envelope by air to Pte. Simpson, 2 Comp., 23 Btn., 2nd NZ Exped Force MEF bearing Striped Marlin 5d tied Caversham cds & with Opened By Censor in New Zealand label tied violet circular PASSED BY CENSOR NZ / 149 with address deleted in blue crayon & with violet unframed DECEASED & Pointing finger RETURN TO SENDER handstamps & various manuscript annotations including Dead & on reverse additional unframed violet Pointing finger RETURN TO SENDER aimed at senders address [2475] £65.00
71 NICARAGUA - USA 1943 (Oct 9) Department of Carreteras, Managua printed airmail envelope to The Gates Rubber Company, Denver bearing 1940 Airmail issue 30c tied violet Managua date stamp & with violet circular patriotic V for victory handstamp plus black on brown ARIERTA POR CENSURA / MANAGUA, NIC., C.A. label with green ink 50 & on opposite side Transparent EXAMINED BY 36109 label [2406] £15.00
72 NIGERIA-PORTUGAL 1943(Mar 20) Plain env to Lisbon bearing 3d tied Ikot Ekpene d/s w/further strike alongside & w/Half Moon censor h/s in violet & PC90 continuous Crowns / Opened By / Examiner / 9534 label & w/on rev Aba [20 Mar] & Lagos [25 Mar] transit d/s [Unusual destination] [2453] £15.00
73 NIGERIA - SOUTH AFRICA 1944 (Apr 29) Plain envelope by airmail to Cape town bearing 1/3 tied Lagos cds & with black on grey PC90 Opened By Examiner label tied black lozenge Crown over PASSED / PP 22. [2470] £20.00
74 PUERTO RICO 1942 (Jan 27) Plain envelope with ink run on address panel to Houston, Texas endorsed Lieut. Campbell bearing USA Defence 3c tied San Juan / P.R. date stamp & with plain brown label with manuscript 16 within circle tied violet boxed Examined By / Sector Military Censor hand stamp overlaying boxed Passed By / 01000 / Army Examiner hand stamp in violet [2054] £12.00
75 RUSSIA – GB 1944 (Jun 27) Plain envelope to The Austin Motor Co. Ltd., Birmingham bearing 50k tied Cyrillic Russian cds & with on reverse black circular Russian 29/M censor hand stamp + U.R.S.S. Cyrillic (1 Jul) transit cds & violet framed The Austin Motor Co. Ltd. / Received / 21 Nov 1944 / Birmingham arrival hand stamp [2088] £6.00
76 SEYCHELLES-USA 1944(Aug 30) Plain env registered to Berkeley CA bearing 45c, 3c & 2c tied Victoria / Seychelles [1 Sep] d/s & with boxed R/Victoria / No h/s in black with manu B2365 inserted. Censored in GB with PC90 / Opened / By / Examiner 7184 [Imprint S. & Co. 51-1524] label w/on rev New York [9 Dec] transit d/s & Berkeley Calif / Registered [13 Dec] arrival d/s [2447] £50.00
77 SOUTH WEST AFRICA-USA 1940Jan 9) Plain env to Chicago & forwarded locally from Holy Family Orphanage, Tschaunaup, P.O. Seeheim SWA bearing 3d tied Keetmanshoor d/s & w/Christmas 1939 1d seal partly overlaid by bi-lingual red on white Opened / By / Censor label [CCSG 1A2] tied boxed bi-lingual Passed By Censor / 21 h/s [CCSG 2 number 21 not recorded] in red & w/on rev Chicago [6 Mar] arrival d/s [2462] £35.00
78 TANGANYIKA-GB 1940 (Jul 19) Printed airmail envelope to Bournemouth bearing KUT 30c & 1/- tied Dar Es Salaam cds & with black on blue PC1 Opened By Censor label & on reverse Dar es Salaam [22 Sep] despatch cds The 3 day delay presumably being the time taken by the Censors [2437] £30.00
79 TANGANYIKA - SOUTH AFRICA 1941 (Dec 21) Airmail envelope with stains & rough opening to right to German Internee Erich Ruthardt No 1016, House F 13, Internment Camp Andalusia, Bloemfontein, O.F.S. from German interned at Oldeani Detention Area bearing GV1 KUT 1/- & 3d tied Tanga (2 Jan 42) cds & with black on salmon Opened By Censor label overlaid by South African bi-lingual red on white UC 8 (Large) / Opened By / Censor label & with bi-lingual violet Passed By Censor hand stamp & on reverse Senders details & date Interesting double censored between German internees [2402] £40.00
80 THAILAND-JAPAN 1942-45 undated Orange Helmet & Dove printed Military card to Yamanashi Pref. from soldier in Kato Party “Oka” 10355 Unit Thai E.F. (Oka = 7th Area Army & 10355 = Field Automobile factory) & with orange framed Censors handstamp with red oval censor chop of Kato inserted. Text states "I have seen that many factories and offices are serving to help us at bloody fronts" [2429] £75.00
81 TURKEY - FRANCE 1943 (Feb 25) Plain stampless envelope with small portion top left gone taking away part of return address to Pordic in German occupied zone from French sailor interned with his ship at Isparta & routed via the German Red Cross in Wiesbaden, cancelled double strike Beyoglu cds that overlays very faint circular Turkish Star & Crescent censor & with dirty blue green framed SERVICE DES BELLIGERANTS / INTERNEES + German censorship & unframed 091207 filing number & alongside green 6082 German censor with on reverse Chemical streak swipe for hidden messages plus German examiner numbers 6949 & 610 Interesting & scarce from here [2064] £60.00

POST WORLD WAR 2
82 ADEN-GB 1959 (Jan) Plain envelope by registered airmail to Hastings bearing GB 11d, 3d & 1d tied FPO 255 cds & with matching FPO D.S. Reg. label No 4126 with manuscript 255 inserted10 [2025] £10.00
83 ARGENTINA - FALKLAND Is 1982 (May 7) Plain larger 185 x 148 mm improvised envelope made from cutting down a larger envelope that is strengthened with repaired tears & showing signs of water staining to Argentine soldier in the Marine Infantry bearing damaged 1700 peso tied 5800 Rio Cuarto cds & stated by previous owner "Found on Recapture of Port Stanley" The Falklands War commenced when Argentine forces invaded the islands on 2 Apr 1982 & ended with the Argentine surrender 74 days later on 14 June after the British had mobilised a Task force on the 5 April to evict them [2434] £20.00
84 BRUNEI-HONG KONG 1975(Aug 12) Urusan Kerajaan Duli Yang Maha Mulia printed longer airmail env to RAF Kai Tak, Hong Kong cancelled FPO 51 [13 Aug] d/s & w/oval Markas Pasokan / 12 Aug 1975 / Askar Melayu Di-raja Brunei h/s in blue & alongside boxed Certified Official / Royal Brunei Malay Regiment h/s in blue w/signature inserted [2436] £30.00
85 BURMA - USA 1947 (Feb 17) Air Force India Form 1645 Active Service RAF Privilege printed blue on buff stampless envelope imprinted L & Co. 3466/8/G2290 -22-12-44 - 1500000 to Eleanor Parker c/o Warner Bros., First National Film Studios, Hollywood with Honour Declaration crossed out in ink & cancelled RAF Post 304 cds located Rangoon [2477] £30.00
86 CHINA - USA 1946 (Mar 15) Plain envelope with part flap gone Registered Airmail to Baltimore endorsed from United Nations Refugee Relief Administration (UNRRA) bearing Sun Yat-sen $20 together with Savings bank & Money box $100 & $50 (SG 761, 733 & 732) making $170 rate tied Canton cds & on reverse red on white R No 8900 label with Canton inserted & with Baltimore / Reg Sec. (28 Mar) transit & Baltimore Druid Sta (29 Mar) arrival cds Japan surrendered on 14 August 1945 & a race ensued between Nationalist & Communists to seize areas formally occupied by the Japanese that resulted in increasing inflation taking place until currency revaluation & the issue of the Silver Yuan on 1 May 1949 [2482] £40.00
87 CYPRUS-GB 1948 (Jun 3) Plain envelope to Metcalfe & Co. Ltd, London bearing pair 1p tied Nicosia cds & with black circular vernacular Arabic censor The State of Israel was proclaimed on the 14 May 1948 & the following day was invaded by Arab troops from Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Trans-Jordan & Syria. All invaders were repulsed but war continued until 7 Jan 1949 when a cease fire was proclaimed leaving a very uneasy truce [2466] £45.00
88 CYPRUS-AUSTRIA 1952 (Feb 13) John Rapas, P.O. Box 96, Limossol printed airmail envelope to Vienna bearing 1p& 6p tied Limassol cds & with violet circular Alliierte Zensurstelle / 157 / Z.1 just tied by plain brown censors resealing label At the end of WW2 the allied nations occupied areas of Austria and censorship of mail continued into the 1950's [2468] £35.00
89 CYPRUS-ISRAEL 1953 (Oct 26) Plain envelope by airmail to Tel-Aviv from J. Meyer P.O. Box 616, Nicosia bearing pair 2p tied Nicosia cds & with red on white Israeli Censor label tied violet framed Hebrew Censor The uneasy truce of Jan 1949 was broken in 1951 with sporadic attacks & killings until 1953 and beyond with tensions that continues to this day. On 16 Oct 1953 Israeli Unit 101 commanded by Ariel Sharon carried out the Qibya massacre when they raided the village killing at least 60 individuals, this being from that period see; https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_ ... %80%931966 [2467] £125.00
90 CYPRUS 1956 (Jun 8) Plain envelope with OHMS label affixed to Famagusta tied Nicosia cds & with facsimile signature across label tying envelope & black ink 8396 that is believed to act as a permit to move around with on reverse partial (8 Jun) arrival cds The Eoka emergency began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negotiated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas [2459] £45.00
91 FRANCE - AUSTRIA 1947 envelope to Lieutenant H. Palais, Government Militaire d'Autriche, S.P. 50. 310 bearing France 2f & pair 1f tied unclear cds Scarce mail ingoing to French Military Government of Austria. [2400] £25.00
92 GERMANY – CYPRUS 1957 (Jun 26) Farbwerke Hoechst AG., Frankfurt pictorial Hoechst remedies for Intestinal Disorders printed card to Limassolearing 10pf tied Frankfurt (Main) & with black Triangle within Circle This censor device was used on incoming printed matter mail during the Eoka emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negotiated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas [2458] £25.00
93 GREECE-GB 1946 (May 21) Plain stampless envelope endorsed On Active Service to East Dulwich, London from British soldier cancelled FPO 783 cds located in Athens at this date The 2nd of the Greek civil wars at the termination of WW2 commenced in May 1946 when Communist followers abstained from voting in February & a Royalist majority was returned. The Communist guerrillas who had been underground after the agreement of February 1945 at the end of the first hostilities surfaced & reopened warfare that eventually was put down in November 1949. [2425] £20.00
94 GREECE-GB 1948 Pair stampless envelopes both with circular National Greek Army cachets in violet or red , one is printed from Greek National Army Field Post 902 to Athens with (24 May) arrival on back other with vertical crease has return address of Kazapsara & appears to be cancelled Kazamai (18 May) cds to Field Post 102 (2 items) The 2nd of the Greek civil wars at the termination of WW2 commenced in May 1946 when Communist followers abstained from voting in February & a Royalist majority was returned. The Communist guerrillas who had been underground after the agreement of February 1945 at the end of the first hostilities surfaced & reopened warfare that eventually was put down in November 1949. [2427] £20.00
95 HONG KONG - INDIA 1946 (Feb) Plain stampless envelope to Bombay from W.B. Forrest Capt., & endorsed On Active Service cancelled on reverse slightly smudged but very readable Indian FPO 127 Recorded by Proud used 19 Dec 45 - 29 Dec 1946 [2457] £75.00
96 JAPAN...USA MILITARY OCCUPATION 1948 (Mar 22)[23.3.22] 15s Stationary card to Mrs MacArthur, personal assistant to Commander Allied Forces HQ, Tokyo uprated with additional 2nd New Showa 35s tied Okayama cds [2481] £35.00
97 PAKISTAN - U.N.T.E.A PAKISTAN FORCE 1963 (Feb 15) Pictorial Pakistan U.N. Force West Irian printed first day envelope used locally within Karachi bearing Pakistan 13 Paisa overprinted UN Force W. Irian tied Philatelic Bureau /Karachi date stamp United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (U.N.T.E.A.) was the result of a dispute between the recent Independent Indonesia & the Netherlands where Indonesia claimed the territory while the Dutch claimed the residents were not Indonesian. In December 1961 Indonesia landed Para troops that ultimately led to the establishment of U.N.T.E.A. in October 1962 that lasted until 1 May 1963. [2411] £15.00
98 ST. LUCIA - BERMUDA - GB 1946 (Oct 8) Pictorial registered envelope to Commander Holland, H.M.S. Sheffield, Bermuda & forwarded to Swanage, Dorset bearing St. Lucia GV1 Victory 1d & 3½d tied oval Registered Castries, St. Lucia (8 Oct) date stamp on first day issue together with R / St. Lucia (Castries) No 0430 registration label & red circular Post Office / Maritime Mail handstamp & on reverse further GV1 Victory 1d tied oval Registered Castries St. Lucia & oval New York Regy Div (24 Oct) transit datestamp [2403] £25.00
99 WEST NEW GUINEA - USA 1962 (Nov 17) Plain card endorsed Carte Postale Response Paid Reply Card to Junction City, bearing United Nations 1951 issue 2c + 3c + pair 1½c tied violet BPO - UNTEA -BIAK with ink 17/11 date inserted No message United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (U.N.T.E.A.) was the result of a dispute between the recent Independent Indonesia & the Netherlands where Indonesia claimed the territory while the Dutch claimed the residents were not Indonesian. In December 1961 Indonesia landed Para troops that ultimately led to the establishment of U.N.T.E.A. in October 1962 that lasted until 1 May 1963. [2409] £20.00
100 WEST NEW GUINEA – PAPUA 1963 (Apr 20) Plain card endorsed Carte Postale Response Paid Reply Card to Samaria, Papua bearing Papua & N.G. Cattle herding 2'5 kina tied violet BPO - UNTEA -BIAK with ink 20/4 date inserted & on reverse another strike in crimson No message United Nations Temporary Executive Authority (U.N.T.E.A.) was the result of a dispute between the recent Independent Indonesia & the Netherlands where Indonesia claimed the territory while the Dutch claimed the residents were not Indonesian. In December 1961 Indonesia landed Para troops that ultimately led to the establishment of U.N.T.E.A. in October 1962 that lasted until 1 May 1963. [2410] £20.00

The following lots are from a French member and will be posted from there
101 ADEN – INDIA cover sent to Bombay from Aden Camp 28 May 40, with type 1B OBC label & type 1 diamond PBC #11 cachet [L96] £15.00
102 ADEN cover sent to Sydney from No 11 RAF HQ 2 Khormaksar April 47 [L225] £5.00
103 ALGERIA – GB cover sent to Bath from Akbou 12 June 44, with Controle label & Ouvert TA 316 cachet, and British PC 90 OBE #313 label [L128] £7.00
104 ALGERIA – SWITZERLAND cover sent to IRC Geneva from Oran 21 Jan 43, with PC 90 OBE #7603 label, Passed by US Base Army Examiner #1107 cachet, & German Ax cachet [L28] £4.00
105 ALGERIA – SWITZERLAND cover sent to IRC Geneva from Constantue ??, with PC 90 OBE #6922 label having imprint WHH Ltd and German Ax cachet [L28/35] £4.00
106 ALSACE –FRANCE cover with stamp missing sent to Pontonse from Blotzheim 30 June 42, with German tape & cachet [L33/34] £3.00
107 AUSTRALIA – FRANCE cover sent to Grasse from Sydney 20 Jan 45, with OBC #2 label & cachet [L25] £4.00
108 AUSTRIA – SOUTH AFRICA air mail cover sent to Johannesburg from Wein 31 Mar 49, with VM-7a Z.1 censor #820 cachet [L39] £4.00
109 BELGIUM – FRANCE cover sent to Angers from Brussels 8 Aug 45, with Controle des Communications label [L204] £3.00
110 BERMUDA – USA air mail cover sent to Philadelphia from Hamilton ? Oct 44, with PC 90 OBE C/8148 label [L94] £10.00
111 BRITISH ARMY FPO 334 On Active Service cover to Fulham 21 Sept 4? [L210] £4.00
112 BRITISH NAVY cover sent by air mail to Windsor 27 Nov 42 with Received from HM Ship machine pmk & tombstone censor cachet [L322] £3.00
113 BULGARIA – GERMANY cover sent to Strasbourg from Sofia ? 41, with German censor tape & cachet [L52] £6.00
114 BULGARIA – GERMANY cover sent by air mail to Strasbourg from Sofia 9 Nov 41, with German censor tape & cachet [L53] £6.00
115 CAMEROUN John Holt preaddressed cover sent locally to Victoria from Douala 12 Mar 43 with French censor cachet, type 2 half moon Censor cachet, & back stamp Victoria Cameroun under British Mandate [L1] £40.00
116 CANADA – USA cover sent to New York from Saint John NB 14 June 40, with Passed for Export cachet [L31] £4.00
117 CHILE – USA cover sent by air mail to New York from Valparaiso Jan 44, with US cellophane tape & back stamp New York 31 Jan 44 [L26] £2.00
118 DAHOMEY – FRANCE cover sent to Mont de Massan from Coronou 11 Nov 39, with faint French censor cachet [L104] £10.00
119 DENMARK – USA air mail cover sent to New York City from Rungstad Kyst 7 Jan 41, with German censor tape & cachet [L50] £6.00
120 DOMINICAN REPUBLIC – USA air mail cover sent to New York City from Santiago 23 July 45, with US cellophane tape [L29] £2.00
121 ECUADOR – FRANCE air mail cover with stamps on back sent to Marseille from Quito ? 41, with British PC 90 OBE #5768 label and French Controle label & Ouvert WK3 cachet [L121] £6.00
122 EGYPT window cover sent from Alexandra 17 May 50, with Egyptian censor tape & cachet [L508] £3.00
123 EGYPT – GB cover sent by air mail to Birmingham from FPO?? with type A500 PBC #31 cachet, type FC301 Deputy Chief Censor cachet, redirected to Aberdeen 12 May 43 [L7] £4.00
124 FRANCE cover sent locally to Vouziers from St Savin 13 Nov 39, with Controle Postal Militaire label & faint Ouvert cachet BD41 [Meziere] [L124] £5.00
125 FRANCE cover with letter sent from Camp de St Sulpice 1942? With censor cachet “Police Nationale Saint Sulpice on the letter [L132] £20.00
126 FRENCH cover sent to Assy-Passey from Clamps 13 Feb 40, with Control Postal Militaire label & Ouvert ED70 cachet [Auxerre] [L64] £5.00
127 FRANCE cover sent locally to Saint Girous from Vichy 2 April 41, with Controle label & Ouvert OA3 cachet [Toulouse] [L66] £5.00
128 FRANCE cover sent locally to Brenillet from Nimes 29 Sept 43, with Controle label & Ouvert O66 cachet [L68] £5.00
129 FRANCE cover sent locally to Flavignu sur Moselle from Paris 3 April 40, with Controle Postal Militaire label & Ouvert SA298 cachet [L76] £5.00
130 FRANCE cover sent locally to St Genis Laval from Lyon 22 Dec 39, with Controle Postal Militaire label & Ouvert NA192 cachet [L78] £5.00
131 FRANCE cover sent locally to Lyon from Nice 30 Feb 42, with Controle label & Ouvert OD cachet [L80] £5.00
132 FRANCE cover sent locally to Marseille from Montesquier 5 Nov 40, with Controle label and Ouvert OA5 cachet [L85] £5.00
133 FRANCE cover sent locally to Meulan from Paris 9 Nov 44, with Controle label & Ouvert HV [L109] £5.00
134 FRANCE cover sent locally to Lyon from Lepie? 17 Aug 44, with Controle label & Ouvert No. 12 [L110] £5.00
135 FRANCE cover sent local to Loches from Lyon 27 Apr 41, with Controle label & Ouvert NA 192 cachet [L117] £5.00
136 FRANCE cover sent locally to Flavigny sur Moselle from Nancy 23 Mar 40, with Controle Postal Militaires label & Ouvert SA 288 cachet [L135] £5.00
137 FRANCE – BELGIUM cover sent to Brussels from Camaples April 45, with Controle label & Ouvert LLY cachet [L111] £5.00
138 FRANCE – EGYPT air mail cover to Cairo from Paris Aug 45, with French Controle label, Ouvert PAY cachet, Egyptian 4e & 27/1 cachets [L115] £3.00
139 FRANCE – GERMANY cover sent to Strasbourg from Auxerre 13 Aug 40, with German censor tape [L51] £6.00
140 FRANCE – GERMANY cover sent to Thann (Alsace) with Paris slogan meter pmk 4 July 41, with German censor tape & cachet [L133] £5.00
141 FRANCE – SWITZERLAND preaddressed cover sent to Bale from Saint Etienne 9 Nov 39, with Controle Postal Militaires label & Ouvert MD 184 cachet [L92] £5.00
142 FRANCE – SWITZERLAND cover sent to Lausanne from Genas Oct 44, with Controle label & Ouvert No. 16 cachet [L116] £5.00
143 FRENCH CONGO – ALGERIA cover sent by air mail to Alger from Pointer ? 45, with faint censor cachet [L75] £6.00
144 FRENCH MILITARY cover sent to Conakrey from Labe, Guinee ? 41, with faint censor cachet [L74] £10.00
145 FRENCH MILITARY cover sent to Rethel from Postes Aux Armees ? 45, with faint triangular censor cachet [L82] £5.00
146 FRENCH MILITARY cover sent to Oran, Algeria, 21 Feb 44, with Controle label & Ouvert No. 1 cachet [L88] £10.00
147 FRENCH MILITARY cover sent to Alger, Algeria, 28 Mar 44, with Controle label & Ouvert No. 1 cachet [L89] £10.00
148 FRENCH MILITARY cover sent to Bone, Algeria, 5 Oct 39, with Controle Postal Militaires label & Ouvert PA 234 cachet, redirected to Tebessa [L90] £5.00
149 FRENCH MILITARY cover sent to Vouziers from Somme 1 Dec 39, with Controle Postal Militaires label & Ouvert BB 41 cachet [L226] £5.00
150 FRENCH MILITARY post card [3 flags model] sent to Chartres 4 Nov 39 [L250] £4.00
151 GERMANY – FRANCE cover sent to Crajronne from Berlin 11 May 42, with German Ae cachet, French Controle label & Ouvert XE cachet [L84] £5.00
152 GERMANY – FRANCE window cover sent to Paris from Strasburg ? 42, with German Ae cachet and French Postes, Telegraphes ct Telephones tape [L106] £3.00
153 GERMANY – FRANCE cover sent to Colmar, Alsace, from Munchen post war, with Open by Mil Cen – Civil Mail cellophane tape, US Postal Censorship Passed #10430 Germany cachet [L201] £3.00
154 GB – BELGIUM cover sent to Brussel from Banque Belgie pour L’Estranger in London 1 April 40, with PC 66 OBC #1643 label [L98] £5.00
155 GB – FRANCE cover sent to Angers from Leeds 30 Jan 43 with PC 90 OBE #383 type 2A tape [L16] £3.00
156 GB – FRANCE postcard sent to Caulommiers from Halifax 23 Oct 44, with type H2D Crown Passed P73 cachet and 105 censor cachet used in Normandy just after liberation [L127] £7.00
157 GB – GERMANY POW letter sheet from camp #77 Annsmuir Camp, Fife, to Hamburg [L203] £6.00
158 GB – USA cover sent to Newport, Rhodes Island, from RACF Officer in Bournemouth 8 Dec 41, with PC 90 OBE #475 label [L5] $2.00
159 GREECE – FRANCE cover sent to Paris from Athens Jan 39, with Control du Change label & cachet, back stamp Paris 21 Jan 39 [L11] £4.00
160 GREECE – FRANCE air mail cover sent to Angers from Athens 1950? With Greek Control du Change label & cachet [L14] £4.00
161 GREECE – FRANCE air mail cover to Paris ??, with Greek label & cachets [L205] £3.00
162 GUADELOUPE – MARTINIQUE air mail cover to Fort-de-France from Pointe-a-Pitre 5 April 41, with brown tape and faint Ouvert cachet [L118] £7.00
163 GUINEE – LIBYAN cover sent by air mail to Beyrou from Siquiri 13 June 40, with plain tape & Ouvert C2 cachet [L77] £15.00
164 HAITI – USA cover sent by air mail to Ann Arbor, Michigan, from Port au Prince 29 July 43, with Ouvert par la Censure label & US cellophane Examined by #4556 tape [L97] £3.00
165 INDIA – FRANCE cover sent registered by air mail to Grasse from Karachi 3 May 45, with type 13A PC 90 OBE label, type 5A DHB/133 & type 6 DHB/4 cachets [L119] £6.00
166 ITALY – ALGERIA cover sent to Oran from Vercelli 5 Jan 41 with Italian TO / Verificato per Censura label & cachet [L3] £4.00
167 ITALY – FRANCE cover sent to Poitiers from Arzene 23 April 42, with Verificato per Censura label and various Italian & German cachets [L13] £4.00
168 JAPANESE MILITARY post card with military censor cachet [L225] £20.00
169 MAURITANIA – MOROCCO air mail cover with stamps missing sent to Casablanca with French Controle Postale label & Ouvert DR cachet [L57] £8.00
170 NETHERLANDS – FRANCE long envelope sent to Billancourts from Brussels 3 July 45, with French Controle label and Ouvert LLY [Lille] cachet [L8] £3.00
171 NETHERLANDS – FRANCE cover sent to Castillou from Pays Bas ?? 43, with German machine Ac censor cancel [L46] £3.00
172 NETHERLANDS – GERMANY cover sent registered to Strasburg from Arnhem 5 Sept 39, with French Controle Postal Militaire label & Ouvert GF 310 cachet, redirected to Lamarche [L134] £30.00
173 PORTUGUESE MILITARY cover with letter sent to Cape Verde from Lisbon 4 Sept 44, with Abertela Censura Militar brown tape & oval CMPT Censurado C46 cachet [L99] £20.00
174 RUSSIA MILITARY – picture post card sent 8 Feb 45 with Russian censor cachet [L10] £6.00
175 SENEGAL – MOROCCO air mail cover sent to Casablanca from Dakar ??, with plain brown tape & Ouvert DR? cachet [L58] £8.00
176 SPAIN – FRANCE cover sent to Epernay from Palamos 27 Feb 37, with plain white tape & Republica Espanola Censura cachet [L101] £5.00
177 SOUTHERN RHODESIA – USA cover sent to Washington from Bulawayo ??, with white label stamped Opened By Censor type 1E [L32] £10.00
178 SWITZERLAND – FRANCE cover sent to Pantin from Basel 23 May 45, with Controle label & Ouvert LYY cachet [L138} £6.00
179 SWITZERLAND – USA cover sent to Brroklyn from Basel 14 Jan 41, with British PC 90 OBE #5717 label [L208] £3.00
180 SYRIA – GB cover sent by air mail to Surbiton, Surrey, from Alep 11 Aug 45, with Controle label & boxed Examined cachet [L87] £30.00
181 SYRIA – TURKEY cover sent from Bank of Syria to Adana 27 July 45, with Controle label & boxed examined cachet [L93] £30.00
182 TURKEY – GB cover sent to Bishops Stortford from Istanbul 1945, with type 2A OBE #6699 tape [L2] £2.00
183 USA – GB cover to Cheltenham from Winch 4 Oct 40 with PC90 OBE #4620 label, redirected to New York City 14 Oct 40 [L4] £2.00
184 USA – GB long cover sent to London EC from Baltimore 12 Sept 40, with PC 90 OBC #5293 label [L479] £3.00
185 VENEZUELA – USA cover sent by air mail to Elizabethton from ?? 1 Aug 42, with US OBE #4555 label used in Miami [L23] £5.00


Results of Auction #203, with ONLY 3 bidders winning a total of 11 lots
#5 £15.00 #32 £7.00 #33 £45.00 #36 £15.00 #39 £9.00 #43 £8.00 #48 £6.00
#70 £10.00 #80 £7.00 #88 £12.00 #111 £5.00

Results of Auction #JW1, with 7 bidders winning a total of 40 lots
#6 £27.00 #10 £25.00 #22 £5.00 #28 £10.00 #30 £27.00 #34 £16.00 #35 £10.00
#41 £4.00 #46 £30.00 #47 £30.00 #49 £30.00 #52 £25.00 #57 £15.00 #60 £60.00
#61 £50.00 #62 £60.00 #63 £340.00 #64 £250.00 #80 £50.00 #82 £24.00 #83 £27.00
#94 £15.00 #95 £15.00 #96 £21.00 #97 £30.00 #99 £30.00 #100 £30.00 #109 £40.00
#120 £15.00 #178 £18.00 #220 £28.00 #235 £2.50 #236 £5.00 #237 £15.00 #238 £1.00
#239 £13.00 #240 £10.00 #241 £10.00 #242 £10.00 #243 £2.00
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