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Lot listing

Postby dannmayo » Mon Jul 22, 2019 6:26 pm

CCSG Auction No. JW1
Closing Date for bids Tuesday 17th SEPTEMBER 2019

NOTE This auction containing material from the late John Walker’s collection.

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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.


Lot # Description RESERVE in GB£

FIRST WORLD WAR
1 FRANCE - UK March 1916 cover sent to London SW from Paris with type 4 OBC label #1143 £2.00
2 FRANCE – UK Rouen picture post card sent to Ipswich from Base Army Post Office #2 on 15 March 1915 with CM B Passed by #1904 Censor cachet £2.00

SECOND WORLD WAR
3 ALGERIA: cover from Blida 10 Jan 43, paid 4Fr, to RX Geneva. British PC90 7603 (label type 1Z 5 pts), Paris circled A.x. in violet on face. No arrival mark £10.00
4 ALGERIA: cover from Constantine, 25 Jan 43, to RX Geneva, with 1Fr50 and 1Fr (one stamp missing). British PC90 2794 (label type 1A1 rated 8 points) Paris circled Ax on back in red £20.00
5 BERMUDA 15 August 1940 long corner cover sent from Denver, to Paris, France, with type CL2 PC 102 Opened by Censor label #133, with French and American Return to Sender cachets (7 pts) £20.00
6 BERMUDA pc from Zumstein, Berne, CH, 29 Oct 40 paid 20c, to a Stamp Dealer at Lakewood NJ, USA, with Bermuda h/s CM30 No.3 (9 points) £27.00
7 BERMUDA 5 April 1941 air mail cover from Lisbon, Portugal, to New York with PC90 OBE label #5662 used in Bermuda £20.00
8 BERMUDA 27 July 1941 air mail cover from Freiburg, Germany, to Chapel Hill, North Carolina, with PC90 OBE label #4450 used in Bermuda £20.00
9 BERMUDA 1 December 1941 cover from Maroc to New York with PC90 OBE label #6149 and manuscript IC £25.00
10 BERMUDA 21 April 1942 cover from New York to St Gall, Switzerland with PC90 OBE label #877 and manuscript I.C. £25.00
11 BERMUDA 8 June 1942 cover from New York to St Gall, Switzerland with PC90 OBE label #5745 and manuscript I.C. £25.00
12 BOLIVIA to Birmingham Reg Bank cover from La Paz (postmark not clear) paid 2B.50c by 2B + 40c + pair bisected 10c (paying basic surface rate 115c plus registration 135c) to Birmingham, received 17April41 PC90 2298 type 1Z (5 pts) £10.00
13 CANADA RCAF cover sent from 45 Atlantic Transport Command undated to Peterborough with 4 x 1c stamps and PC90 type 2 tape #2079 £9.00
14 CANADA RCAF cover sent from 45 Atlantic Transport Command undated to Peterborough with 4 x 2c stamps and PC90 type 2 tape #9876 £9.00
15 CANADA RCAF cover sent from 45 Atlantic Transport Command undated to Peterborough with 1 + 2 + 3 +4 + 5c stamps and PC90 type 2 tape #6547 £9.00
16 CANADA RAF cover sent from 45 Atlantic Transport Command undated to Peterborough with 4c stamp and PC90 type 2 tape #9539 £9.00
17 GERMANY “SARA” registered airmail cover from Wien 17 April 1941 to New York with German White tape, British PC 90 OBE #3937 label, NY arrival postmark 13 May 1941 creased £8.00
18 GERMANY “SARA” registered airmail cover from Wien 25 July 1941 to New York with German Buff tape, British PC 90 OBE #2358 label, NY arrival postmark 18 Aug 1941 badly opened on right £5.00
19 GIBRALTAR 4 Jan 41 cover sent to Ripon with company name cut out, with type H1A Passed Censor h/s (6 pts) £12.00
20 GIBRALTAR 26 Feb 40 cover sent from Maroc to Garrison Mess, Gibraltar, with type T1B Examined by Gibraltar Postal Censor #16 (7 pts) £20.00
21 GIBRALTAR 26 Nov 41 cover sent by air mail to Pethcothen Bay, Cornwall, with type T3 PC 66 OBC #6010 label (9 pts) £30.00
22 GIBRALTAR 24 April 41 cover sent from FPO 475 to Hants redirected from Salisbury to Kent, with type F1 Passed censor #3 (Colley 20 pts) £5.00
23 GB Aero Field illustrated cover sent to Chicago 23 June 1941 with John Bull Censor Permit No. B82 rubber stamp and faint H2D T.180? cachet £5.00
24 GB Two loose PC66 labels #1580 & #1755 £2.00
25 GB Cover from FPO 399 28 Dec 42, redirected Birmingham 26/12/42 & Fareham 1/1/43, on back d/r Home Depot 1/2/43 and s/r Home Postal Centre RE A.P.O. 1/2/43 pmk £2.00
26 HONG KONG 20 January 1940 air mail cover sent to London W2 from Victoria, with type 2 GR OBC / Hong Kong label (7 pts) £21.00
27 ISLE OF MAN plain letter sheet from Hutchinson Camp to Whitehaven with Official Paid h/s 14 SP 40 sealed with damaged PC 90 OBC #2672 label £10.00
28 ISLE OF MAN plain letter sheet from Hutchinson Camp to Whitehaven with Official Paid h/s 17 OC 40 creased £10.00
29 JAMAICA 19 September 1944 cover sent to New York from Kingston, with type L19 OBE label with stamped #8844 (6 pts) £24.00
30 MALTA 13 July 1945 cover sent to New York from Valletta, with type 9A PC 90 OBE DD/30 label (9 pts) £27.00
31 SIERRA LEONE 12 November 1942 sent by air mail to Aberdeen from Freetown, with type III PC 90 OBE QQ/11 label (7 pts) £20.00
32 SIERRA LEONE 28 Sept 19?? sent by air mail to Aberdeen from Freetown, with type III PC 90 OBE QQ/18 label with imprint dated 4/42 (7 pts) £20.00
33 SOUTHERN RHODESIA 14 Sep 1942 cover sent from Bulawayo to Boston, USA, with type VA DE/2 h/s and type IIB OBE label dated 28-5-42 (1 + 8 pts) £24.00
34 SWEDEN: Airmail cover with cachet “Not paid for / airmail”, from Oxelosund 7May41, paid 30 ore, marked “via Petsamo” (ie N Russia) to Liverpool. PC90 6377 (type 1Z) £10.00
35 SWEDEN: Airmail marked “Special air-mail connection” from Sodertalje (28km SW of Stockholm) 22May42, paid 50 ore, to Newport, England. PC90 7485 (type 1Z) with two sides closed by plain brown tape, trimmed at top. [Per Proud Intercontinental Airmails vol1, p609, this may have flown on DC3 Griffen from Stockholm to Dyce (Aberdeen) 27May42] £10.00
36 TRINIDAD & TOBAGO 27Aug 41 air mail cover from Brazil to New York with CL 10 OBE # 8044 Form 167 label £10.00
37 T & T 1942? Air mail Express cover from Brazil to Portland, Oregon, with CL 10 OBE #8026 Form 167 label £10.00
38 T & T 26 Aug 43 air mail cover from Brazil to Philadelphia with CL 23 OBE I.E./5331 label £3.00
39 USA, HAWAII: airmail cover from Waipahu 8Jan42, paid 50c, to Matlock, Derbyshire. RELEASED BY I..C.B 62 with plain cello tape, PC90 2305 (type 1Z) £10.00
40 USA, HAWAII: airmail cover from Waipahu, 8Apr42, paid 50c, to Matlock Derbyshire. US EXAMINED BY 2712 and PC90 1620 (type 1Z) £10.00

POST WAR
41 CZECHOSLOVAKIA 13 July 1946 cover sent registered to Austria from Znojmo resealed with brown tape tied by two line cachet “Posta Nemcu / Censure de correspondence” £4.00
42 GERMANY British Zone 2 July 1946 cover sent to Peterborough from Dusseldorf with type 2 OBE tape #9734 tied Military Censorship Civil Mails #19281 cachet £5.00
43 GERMANY British Zone 16 July 1946 cover sent to Mattapoisett, USA, from Magdeburg with OBE label #5,834 tied Military Censorship Civil Mails #16329 cachet £5.00
44 POLAND 19 March 1982 air mail cover from Warsaw to Birmingham with 80% boxed OCENZUROWANO cachet, stapled after opening £3.00
45 POLAND 1 March 1982 air mail cover from Poznan to Birmingham with 50% boxed OCENZUROWANO cachet, stapled after opening £2.00

RETURNED TO SENDER
46 GB: cover from Harrow, 9Dec40, paid 3d to Helsingfors, Finland, with PC90 1145 (type 1F) and PC23 (type C) and slip P.C.80 (type B1aA) £30.00
47 GB: reused OHMS cover from Bristol 11Apr42 to Portarlington, Eire, without PC90 but with PC23 (type C, 5 points) and slip P.C. 110 (type A) £30.00
48 GB: cover from Liverpool 15Dec42, paid 4d, to British PO Tangier, with PC90 7513 (type 1Z) and PC23 (type C). Marked POSTAGE REFUNDED £25.00
49 GB: damaged cover from Openshaw, Manchester 21Jan43, addressed to Halifax NS, paid 1s/3d, with PC23 (type C, 5 points) and PC90 (possibly 2209) type 1A1 (5 points) marked POSTAGE REFUNDED. With slip P.C.118 £30.00
50 GB: cover from Abingdon, Berks 19Jan43, paid 5d, airmail to Barcelona, with PC90 1440 (type 1Z) and PC23 (type C). Marked POSTAGE REFUNDED. £25.00
51 G.B: 1½d postal stat cover from Maryport, Cumberland, uprated with 1½d (dark colour) 19 July40, to Arles, France. PC90 1088 (type 1F) address crossed through with red pencil and marked NO SERVICE / RETURN TO SENDER. London slogan SAVE WASTE pmk on back 22 July40. £15.00
52 IRELAND/GB: unpaid cover from Dublin 23 Mar44, addressed to Hollywood. No Irish censor. PC90 5756 (type 1P2, 5 points) with slip P.C.137 type A. No postage Due. Arrived 12 May ‘44 £25.00

PC SLIPS
53 PC 5 type B loose £5.00
54 PC 5 type E1 slip printed on Rose paper with illustrated cover sent to Corfe Castle from Cheyenne, Wyoming on 2 July 1941 £40.00
55 PC 12 type A on Salmon paper £5.00
56 P.C.12 (salmon paper) type A £5.00
57 PC23 Return to Sender by the Censor type A label with imprint M 12445 2/41 on cover from Manchester and PC90 OBE #5853label £15.00
58 P.C.80 (lilac paper) type A1 £15.00
59 PC 98 type A2 £10.00
60 PC 115 type E slip with cover from Plymouth on 24 February 1941 having PC 90 OBE #2384 label and PC 23 Returned to Sender type B label £60.00
61 PC 137 Postal Censorship type A slip with cover sent to Beverly Hills, California, from Baile Atha Cliath, Eire, 24 May 1944 having type 2 OBE #5648 tape £50.00
62 PC 178 (Revised) unlisted type R slip with cover sent from Coventry 1944 having type 2 PC 90 OBE #1753 tape and PC23 Returned to Sender type C label £60.00
63 BERMUDA PC116: First Day Cover (3@2c Samuel Morse) from New York 7 October 1940 to Berlin. DETAIN label on face marked in blue pencil “SM10E 17/30/0” and signed. On back another PC 116 with full explanation in ms ink, DETAIN crossed through and “Condemn” added in red pencil £95.00
64 BERMUDA PC116: First Day Cover (2@3c Vermont) from Montpellier 4 March 1941 to Karlsruhe. DETAIN label on face in ms 33.E / 4-3-41 / 13-3-41 / 5161 £75.00
65 IRELAND censor slip S.P.5 £10.00

PRESS CENSOR
66 Cover from London WC, 7Dec39, paid 1½d to Boston, Mass. Closed by one & a half labels PC22 with ms 237 in blue pencil. (8 points) £24.00
67 Cover from London FS 22Apr40, paid 1½d to Boston Mass, with P&CB label numbered 200 in blue pencil (new low number) £15.00
68 Cover from London Aug41, paid 1s/3d to New York, with P&CB label numbered 219 in blue pencil. Addressed to the Federation of Polish Jews in USA, with street address amended in pencil. Received 11Sep41 £15.00
69 Cover from London SE1 3Sep41, paid 2½d to Boston Mass, with P&CB label numbered 223 in blue pencil £15.00
70 Cover from London WC 8Sep41, paid 2½d to Boston Mass, with P&CB label with illegible number in blue pencil £15.00
71 Cover from London 11Sep41, paid 1s/3d for airmail to New York, with P&CB label numbered 239 in blue pencil. Addressed to American Federation of Polish Jews £15.00
72 Cover from Edinburgh 6Oct41, paid 2½d to Boston, Mass, with P&CB label numbered 218 (?) In blue pencil £15.00
73 Cover from London WC, 4Oct44, paid 2½d to Calcutta, with P&CB label numbered 201 in red pencil. Received Calcutta 30Nov44 with censor DHA/216 (type 5A) and A5 (type 7A) £15.00
74 Two loose Examined by Censor P&CB labels type L2, one repaired with cellotape (each 6pts) £6.00

PHILATELIC MAIL
75 Cover from France, date not clear, to Robson Lowe Ltd, with the very rare EXAMINED BY CENSOR label (10 points), “believed to have been used by some special censorship”. Tear at lower left £30.00
76 Postal stat reg cover 5½d size G, from R Roberts at Rotherfield, addressed to New York, sent through BPA with h/s H3A and BPO h/s dated 2Dec40. Received at NY 27Dec40 £15.00
77 Cover from Regent Stamp Co, 50 Pall Mall, to Racine Wis, USA, paid 3d, sent through BPA with h/s PER 34 (type H2D) and BPA h/s 23Apr41. £15.00
78 Reg cover from AB Kay, Gerards Cross to Elkhorn, Wis, USA, paid 6½d, sent through BPA with h/s PER34 (type H2D) and BPA h/s dated 28May44. Via Chicago 19 June, PASSED FREE / U.S. CUSTOMS / MILWAUKEE, received Elkorn 21Jun44 £15.00
79 Reg cover from R Roberts at Rotherfield, to Philadelphia, paid 2s/9d (2s/6d green + 2@1½d) sent through BPA with h/s PER34 and BPA h/s dated 4Jun45. Received at 11Jun45 £15.00
80 Reg cover from Miss Stowell at Wargrave, Reading, to Washington, with PC90 OBE # 5532 label, PC 23 Returned to Sender type C label, BPA memo reasons for returning application, and Export of Postage Stamps of Philatelic Interest Application Form £50.00

PERMIT MAIL
81 Part of parcel wrapping with complete address label from London WC1 to Denver Col, with h/s CENSOR PERMIT B1 of BF Stevens & Brown Ltd. They were book dealers £9.00

NAVAL CONTROL LIVERPOOL
82 GB Cover from Glasgow 25Jun40, paid 2½d, to a cadet on board a ship, c/o the owners in Plymouth, with Naval Control Liverpool label type A (8 points) £24.00
83 GB Long cover from Furness Withy & Co, Liverpool, 29May42, to Coventry, marked “Consignee’s Mail” and with h/s 5E (9 points) £27.00

HANDSTAMPS
84 BAHRAIN unclear cancel 3a 60 o/p Indian stamp with h/s #1 on back (7 pts) £21.00
85 TRINIDAD - BRAZIL 28 May 1943 cover sent registered to Portland, USA, from Beles, with UK type PC 90 OBE #1112 and type CH 8 IE/- cachet £8.00
86 USA - COSTA RICA 1 February 1943 air mail cover sent to Los Angeles from Ramon, with brown tape tied by Mayo type C11.1.1 cachet having manuscript #12551 used in San Antonio (20 pts) £10.00
87 DENMARK FDC Copenhagen 25/9/42 sent to Norway, with circular Ak cachet (Riemer K-22) £3.00
88 EIRE Novelty pc (damaged on picture side) from Cloch Laith (Greystones, Co Wicklow) 5Jun40, paid 2p, to Bowen Is, BC, Canada, marked P.11, type H2B3, in blue (7 points) £21.00
89 EIRE PC from Irish Philatelic Soc, Dublin, 17Jun40, paid ½p, to Coventry, marked T.44, type H2B3 in red (6 points) £18.00
90 EIRE ppc from Malin, Co Donegal paid 1½d, to Reigate, Surrey, with h/s 2D P.107 (2 pts) £5.00
91 EIRE Cover from Dublin 21Nov41, paid 2½d to London, with h/s 2D P.M.2 (5 points) £15.00
92 FRANCE Pc from Tours, 8Nov 44, paid 2Fr40c, to BBC London with French censor T O. 1 (Deloste fig 279, feint) and h/s 2D S.E.1 (10 points) £30.00
93 FRANCE 25 June 1945 cover sent by air mail to South Ascot from Paris with Controle label tied by P.A.Y cachet £4.00
94 GAMBIA 22 Feb 1943 cover sent registered to Freetown, Sierra Leone from Bathurst, with type VA Passed NN/3 cachet (5 pts) £15.00
95 GIBRALTAR 1 August 1942 cover sent by air mail to Manchester with type T4A PC 90 OBE label A/6005 (5 PTS) £15.00
96 GIBRALTAR 29 November 1944 air mail cover sent to St Helier’s, Lancashire, with type T7 PC 90 OBE A/6011 tape (7 pts) £21.00
97 GB Cover from Bristol 20Sep40, paid 2½d to a merchant sailor c/o shipping Co in Liverpool, marked S.7, type H2B3 in red (10 points) £30.00
98 GB Airmail pc from Wembley 25July40 paid 7d, to NYC, with PASSED BY CENSOR 50. (h/s type H2C in red) (8 points) £24.00
99 GB Mourning cover from Glenavy, Co Antrim, paid 1d, to Ballyhugh, Co Cavan, with circular h/s H7B in violet (10 points) £30.00
100 GB 2d stat pc, ms on back” Posted at Sea 9.1.42", addressed to Kenilworth, Warwickshire, marked with h/s type H9, T.C.9. (10 points) £30.00
101 GB Airmail cover from London (undated postmark) paid 1s/3d to Kansas City, USA, marked with h/s 18A1 in blue with ms 228 (7 points) not previously recorded in blue. £21.00
102 GB Airmail cover from London (undated postmark) paid 1s/3d to Kansas City USA, marked with h/s 18A1 in violet with ms 211 (7 points) not previously recorded in violet. £21.00
103 GB Airmail cover from London (undated postmark) paid 1s/9d to Cleveland USA, marked with h/d 18A1 in violet with ms 200 (7 points) via Chicago 9Apr43, with enclosed brief letter in German to the American Transylvanian Peoples Journal £21.00
104 GB Cable & Wireless EFM Telegram sent to Birmingham on 4 Oct 1942 with H2 cachet # 2400 (6 pts) £18.00
105 GB Cable & Wireless EFM Telegram sent to Birmingham on 23 Nov 1940 with H6 cachet # 79 (8 pts) £24.00
106 GB From “Scottish Protected Area”: ppc from Golspie, Sutherland, 12Nov40 paid 2d to Musselburgh, with h/s 2B1 O4 (6 points) £18.00
107 GB Pair of pcs from Liverpool 14Oct & 5Nov40, paid 2½d to Gerona, Spain, with h/s 2B1 P20 & P21, both with Spanish censor cachets (5 pts) £15.00
108 GB Telegram form with its envelope: Priority telegram received at Glasgow 26Jun43, with faint violet h/s 2B1 T96 (on the telegram) addressed to LMS at Central Hotel (with railway interest), scarcity 8 points and new high number) £24.00
109 GB Cover from Edinburgh 3Aug40, paid 2½d, to crew of a ship c/o the Agents, with h/s 2B2 S5 (10 pts) £30.00
110 GB Acknowledgement card for a parcel: from Reading, paid 2d, to Saskatchewan with incomplete 1942 postmark and h/s 2D P.148 (2 pts) £6.00
111 GB ppc from Falkirk 22Jun43, paid 2d, to Vancouver, with h/s 2D P.215 (2 pts) £6.00
112 GB Window env from Redditch 17Jan41, paid 1d by meter mark, with h/s 2D T.152 (3 pts) £9.00
113 GB Cover from the Permit Branch, Liverpool, 10Sep40, to Glasgow, with h/s LP6 10Sep40 £15.00
114 ITALY French ppc sent from Bordighera, Italy (just over the frontier) paid 75c to Torquay, 18Dec39, with h/s 2B1 P25 (5 points) £15.00
115 JAMAICA 25 February 1941 cover sent registered by air mail to Chicago from Kingston, with type L5 OBC label and H5 cachet #27 (4 + 6 pts) £28.00
116 PORTUGAL Ppc from Lisbon 17Nov39, paid 1E, to Wembley, with h/s 1 3376 (the WWI censor mark cut down) 7 points £21.00
117 MEXICO Christmas ppc from Mexico 28Nov39 paid 10c to Germany with h/s 2B1 P24 (5 points) (adhesive stamp defective) £15.00
118 SIERRA LEONE 17 August 1942 sent by air mail to Aberdeen from Freetown, with type V Crown Passed QQ/1 cachet (5 pts) £15.00
119 SPANISH MOROCCO Tiny cover from Larache, 26 Dec 39, paid 5c to London with h/s 2B1 T77 (6 points) with Spanish censor cachet at Larache on back £18.00
120 USA RTS label F 15.1 on a cover from NYC 3Dec41, paid 5c to Germany. Note the machine applied dated postmark “Return to Sender, Service Suspended” 28July42, is covered by EXAMINED BY / 6394 label type L 1.4.3 and by the RETURNED / TO SENDER / BY CENSOR label. 7 months delay not explained. £15.00

“INTERIM” LABELS
121 Type 1 cover sent registered to Brooklyn from Ixelles, Belgium, on 13 December 1940 with OBE label having manuscript 2180 (9 pts) £27.00
122 Type 1 cover sent to Tulsa from Krakau, Poland, on 4 April? 1940 with OBE label having manuscript 2329 (9 pts) £27.00
123 Type 1 cover sent to Wellesley, USA, from Belgian Congo on 14 February 1940 with OBE label having manuscript 2627 (9 pts) £27.00
124 Type 1 cover sent to Wellesley, USA, from Belgian Congo on 5 March 1940 with OBE label having manuscript 2628 (9 pts) £27.00
125 Type 2B cover sent to New York from Zurich on 16 April 1940 with OBE label having 6042 rubber stamp (8 pts) £24.00
126 Type 2B corner window cover sent from Cleveland on 18 March 1940 with OBE label having 6069 rubber stamp (8 pts) £24.00
127 Type 2B corner cover sent to New York from Florence, Italy on 18 April 1940 with OBE label having 6084 rubber stamp (8 pts) £24.00
128 Type 2C cover sent to Passaic, NJ, from Glasgow on 30 November 1940 with OBE label having 5325 red tall rubber stamp (8 pts) £24.00
129 Type 2C long Rotary Club corner cover sent to Coventry from Pittsburgh on 27 March 1940 with OBE label having 5456 rubber stamp (7 pts) £21.00
130 Type 2C cover sent to Cleveland from Paisley on 29 April 1940 with OBE label having 5456 rubber stamp (7 pts) £21.00
131 Type 3 corner cover sent to Buenos Aires from Zurich on 3May 1940 with OBE label having 60562 rubber stamp (8 pts) £24.00
132 Type 3 cover sent to New York from Stockholm on 23 April 1940 with OBE label having 6192 rubber stamp (8 pts) £24.00
133 Type 4? cover sent to Bloomfield, NJ, from Belgian Congo on 16 February 1940 with OBE label having manuscript S/5 (10 pts) £30.00
134 Loose “Interim” type 2 with large block #5456 £5.00
135 Loose “Interim” type 3 with manuscript #6122 £5.00

PROVINCIAL UNITS (7 PTS)
136 PU3 Reg Belfast (date not clear - under-inked postmark) paid 6d to Bournemouth £18.00
137 PU27 pc from Dublin 18July42, paid 1½d, to Kenilworth £21.00
138 PU32 cover from Belfast 26Mar41, paid 2½d, to Greenock £21.00
139 PU64 pc from Ballywalter, Co. Down, 21Apr43, to Wrexham £21.00
140 PU72 OAS cover, undated ‘Maritime Mail’ postmark, to Birmingham £18.00
141 PU? Pc from Stornoway, Hebrides, 20Feb42, paid 2d, to Farnham, Surrey (PU number over ‘CARD’ which is dark brown, and PU number with blob of ink) Internal mail probably examined at Glasgow per para 62 of the “History” £15.00

PC 66 LABELS
142 Type A #920 & #1578 from Turkey, #757 & #1662 from Switzerland (4 x 3pts) £16.00
143 Type A #200, #552, #667, #856, #2333, & #2461 from Great Britain (6 x 3pts) £24.00
144 Type A #2836 from Glasgow 27 Nov 1940 to Oflag 8D but redirected to Jlag Tost (792) with German censor cachets (1 x 3pts +) £10.00
145 Type B #1459 from Sweden, #1858 from Sofia & #2172 from Switzerland (3 x 5pts) £30.00
146 Type C #2200, #2230, #2301 & #3263 from Switzerland (4 x 4pts) £35.00
147 Type C #3218 from Belgium, #3231 from Libyan, & #3263from Netherlands (3 x 4pts) £26.00
148 Type C #3156 & #3228 from Eire (2 x 4pts) £18.00
149 Type C #1952, #3174, #3226, #4120, #5091, #5154, & #5158 from Great Britain (7 x 4pts) £50.00
150 Type C #3256, #4070 & #5378 from Great Britain with Centennial stamps (3 x 4pts) £25.00
151 Type C #1757, 2 x #3195 from Great Britain with meter cancels (3 x 4pts) £25.00
152 Type C #4092 large cover registered to USA & #4216 air mail to Philadelphia (2 x 4pts) £18.00
153 Type D #862, #1617, #1668, #1798, & #1810 from Great Britain (5 x 3pts) £40.00
154 Type D #979, #1542, & #1842 long cover from Great Britain (3 x 3pts) £25.00
155 Type D #48, #78 & #1877 from Italy (3 x 3pts) £25.00
156 Type D #842, & #1755 from Portugal (2 x 3pts) £16.00
157 Type D #602 damaged, & #602 from Switzerland (2 x 3pts) £16.00
158 Type D #892, & #1523 from Turkey (2 x 3pts) £16.00
159 Type D #417 from Sweden, & #1130 from Guatemala (2 x 3pts) £16.00
160 Type D #293 from Sweden, #1209 from Brazil one stamp missing, #1660 from Argentia, & #1983 tatty cover from Spain (4 x 3pts) £35.00
161 Type D #1516on cover from New York to Germany 13 Dec 1939 with Geoffnet tape (1 x 3pts +) £15.00

SCARCER PC90 LABELS
Type 1A2: code 51-1545 CP&PCoLtd (rated 7 points)
162 Airmail cover from Fort Wayne, Indiana, 8Apr 42, paid 30c (Trans-Atlantic), to Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, with PC90 #6643, forwarded 21 April to Dogsthorpe, Peterborough £15.00
163 Airmail cover from Marseilles 4Aug 1942, paid 6Fr, to London WC, with PC90 #6677, forwarded 19 Aug 42 to London W8 £15.00
164 Cover from Red Cross Geneva 20Aug43, paid 30c, to British Red Cross, London, with German tape X (Paris) and PC90 #6655 £15.00
165 Cover from Argentina 22 Sept 43, (town of pmk not clear but return address Rosario de Santa Fe) paid 20c, with PC90 #6414 £15.00
Type 1A3: code 51-1473– G.W.D. (rated 6 points)
166 Cover from Caerphilly, Glamorgan, 3July42, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #1809 (type 1A no code) covered by PC90 #1224 (type 1A3), received 26Aug42 £12.00
167 Cover from Wimbledon, 23July42, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #338, received 26Sep42 £12.00
168 Cover from Istanbul, 4Aug42, paid 12kurus, to Glasgow, with 2 x PC90s, #1798 covered by #338, both type 1A3 15.00
169 Registered airmail cover from Belem, Brazil 7Oct42, paid 10$500R, to Liverpool, via Miami and New York, both 13Oct, arrived 20Oct42. (Small part of PC90 label removed to expose the blue pencilled registration number) £12.00
170 Airmail cover from New York 17Dec42, paid 30c (Transport) to Manchester, with PC90 #1397 (vertical crease) £12.00
171 Airmail cover from Stockholm 17Apr44, paid 50ore, marked In Swedish to London EC3, with PC90 #1041, forwarded 27Apr44 to Uxbridge £12.00
172 Airmail cover from Friends’ Ambulance Unit, London WC 12Jun44, paid 1s/6d, to Philadelphia, Pa, with PC90 #1591 (some edge damage) £12.00
173 Cover from Tucuman, Argentina 1943 (pmk not clear) paid 20c, to Bath with PC90 #1278 £12.00
Type 1A3 + 1C1: codes 51-1473– G.W.D. (6 points) 51-929-W.& S. (5 points)
174 Cover from Worcester, 17Jun44, paid 3d, to Basel, CH, marked written in German with PC90 at each side #1207 and #1425 (small damage to lower left corner) £16.00
Type 1A6: code 51-1071– G.W.D. (8 points)
175 Cover from UK (poor postmark) paid 2½d (pale blue) to New York, with PC90 #4889 £18.00
176 Cover from Cambridge 18May44, paid 3d, to Argentina, with PC90 #1875, arrived 19Ju44 £18.00
Type 1A7: code 51/9911. H.B. (8 points)
177 Airmail cover from Lyon, France (date not clear) paid 4Fr, to Swansea, with PC90 #2577 (cover reinforced with card inserted and gummed) £18.00
178 Unpaid On Active Service cover from FPO 41, 6 Mar42 (Sierra Leone) with PC90 #2467 which part covers RAF censor 82 £18.00
179 Cover from Cowes, IoW, 10July42, paid 2½d to London WC with PB90 #2814. Inland censorship see History paras 510-515 £20.00
180 Cover from Dublin 25Feb43 (Grow More Wheat slogan) paid 2½d to Kent with PC90 #2499 £18.00
Type 1A8: code 51-2107–G.W.D. (8 points)
181 Cover from Buenos Aires 4Nov42, paid 1.45 (meter) to Bury, Lancs, with PC90 #3103 £18.00
182 Long cover (folded) from Detroit, Mich, paid 3c plus one stamp removed, with US cello #6027 and PC90 #3026 (damaged) £15.00
183 Cover from Argentina (postmark not clear) paid 20c, to Aberdeen with PC90 #3483 £18.00
Type 1a10: Code 51–569 (7 Points)
184 Cover from Stockport 4Dec41, paid 2½d to Boston, Mass, with PC90 7770 (cello stains) £15.00
185 Cover from Beal Ata Raghad (Ballyragget) Co Kilkenny, Ireland, 25?42 (month not clear) paid 2½d, to Machynlleth, Wales, with PC90 #7879 £15.00
Type 1A11: code 43625 W.P. Ltd. (9 points)
186 Cover from Wimbledon 22May42, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #5714, arrived July42 (day not clear) £25.00
187 Long cover (illustrated on the back) from London EC 9Apr43, paid 1s3d, airmail to Chicago, with PC90 #380 £25.00
Type 1A17: code 51-1346–G.W.D. (9 points)
188 Airmail cover from Zurich 16Nov41, paid 60c, to London NW8, marked “via Lisabon”, with PC90 #4884 £25.00
Type 1Ba1: code 51-8710 D.F. Ltd. (8 points)
189 Airmail cover from Centerville, Mass, 21Jun41, paid 30c (Trans-Atlantic) to Bayswater, London W2, with PC90 #1,850 £20.00
Type 1Bb: (no code) (8 points)
190 Cover from Maida Hill, London W9, 8Oct42, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #5,932, arrived 17Oct (year not clear) £20.00
Type 1B3: code 51-8628 (8 points)
191 Cover from Lugano, CH, 1Jan42, paid 60c for airmail to Cambridge, tissue lining removed, with PC90 #2,889 £20.00
Type 1i1: code 51-9912–G.W.D. (6 points)
192 Cover from Ballycastle, N Ireland, 19July41, paid 2½d, to LMS Railway at Heysham, with PC90 #3031, staining to cover) £12.00
193 Cover from Caerphilly, Glamorgan, 19Mar42, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #2965, arrived 25May42 £12.00
194 Cover from Farnham, Surrey, 11Sept44, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #2921, arrived 23Oct44 £12.00
Type 1L2: code 51-53 A.L. (10 points)
195 Cover paid 2½d with undated diamond machine cancel, to Liverpool, with PC90 #2124 part covering an RAF censor mark No14 £30.00
Type 1M3: code 51–317 W.H.H., Ltd. (7 points)
196 Cover from Switzerland 21Jun42, paid 30c, to London NW, with PC90 #3226 £15.00
Type 1M4: code 51–316 W.H.H., Ltd. (6 points)
197 Cover from New York 21Aug41, paid 5c, to London EC3, with PC90 #5479 £12.00
198 Cover from London EC1, 25Feb42, paid E8R 2½d (damaged) to Boston, Mass, with PC90 #5470 £12.00
199 Cover from Bristol 15Apr42, paid 2½d to Houston, Tx, with PC90 #5496 (some foxing) £10.00
Type 1N: (no code, 9 points)
200 2c stationery cover from Pittsburgh, Pa, with addition of 30c (Trans-Atlantic) 8Oct41, to Prestbury, Glos, with PC90 #2027, forwarded 31Oct to Cheltenham (crumpled and stained) £25.00
Type 1N1: coded 51-400 L.B. (A-u-L) Ltd. (9 points)
201 Cover from Kilburn NW8, 27Feb42, paid 3d, to Argentine, transit Rosario 14Apr, arr Monte Caseros 15Apr with PC90 #6208 £25.00
202 Cover from Londonderry 3July43, paid E8R 1d and 1½d, to Northampton, with PC90 #4838 £25.00
203 Cover from Rossio, Portugal, 13Aug45, paid 3.50 to Sussex, with PC90 6243 (name of addressee ineffectively deleted by blue pencil and cover slightly trimmed at lower edge) £25.00
Type 1P1: code 51-1436 H & S (5 points)
204 Long cover from UK (postmark not clear) paid 2½d, marked in manuscript “This letter is sent with the approval of / His Majesty’s Patent Office”, to Patent Attorneys at Washington DC, with PC90 #7356 £10.00
Type 1P2: code 51-1166 H & S (5 points)
205 Cover from London WC 12Apr45, to same Patent Attorneys at Washington DC with. PC90 #7045 £10.00
Type 1Q1: code 51–8908 R.P.Ltd (8 points)
206 Cover from Co Tyrone, N Ireland (town and date not clear) paid 2½d, to London SW1, with PC90 #4841 £20.00
207 Cover from Los Angeles 5Nov41, paid 5c, to Rochdale, Lancs, with PC90 #4895 (corner damaged) £18.00
208 Patriotic cover from Leigh, Lancs, 9Apr42, paid 3½d, to New Bedford, Mass, with PC90 #4866 £20.00
209 Cover from Barcelona 14Feb44, paid 3Pts20, to Leeds, with Barcelona censor label and cachet and PC90 #4900 on the opposite side £20.00
Type 1R1: code 51-8958–W.N. (7 points)
210 Cover from Culrain, Ardgay, Ross-shire, date not clear but ms 12/1/42, paid 2½d dark blue, to Cape Town, with PC90 #5796 £15.00
211 Airmail from Ellikon a/d Thur, Switzerland, but posted at Islikon 20Apr42, paid 50c, to Bangor, Co Down, with PC90 #4787 and plain brown tape along lower edge. Forwarded 11May42 to Dublin £15.00
Type 1T: (no code, 9 points)
212 Cover from Brighouse, Yorks, 29Oct40, paid 2½ dark blue, to Washington DC, with PC90 #5211 £25.00
213 Cover from Cardiff 30Jun42, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 #4463, arrived 26Aug42 £25.00
214 Cover from Caerphilly, 20May43, paid 3d, to Monte Caseros, Argentina, with PC90 5322, arrived 7 July43
215 Three loose PC90 labels #307, 5,063 & 6978 £3.00
216 Three loose PC90 labels with imprints #4915 51-8908-R.P.Ltd, 5590 51-8956-W.H.H.Ltd, & 8917 51-2116-G.W.D. £3.00
217 Loose PC90 Label #901 with rubber stamp #26 £2.00
218 Loose PC90 type 2B tape 51-562 with #5343 £3.00

EARLY PC 90 TAPE type 2A
219 Cover sent to Argentia from Brighton on 10 September 1942 with OBE #9340 tape, arrived Buenos Aires 18 November 1942 (10 pts) £30.00
220 Cover sent by air mail from Voilore-Montagne, France to Hindhead, Surrey, on 30 September 1942 with OBE #9336 tape (9 pts) £28.00
221 Air mail cover sent to Bedford from Madison, Wis, on 12 November 1942 with OBE #1776 tape (9 pts) £28.00
222 Cover sent to Argentia from Caerphilly on 4 December 1942 with OBE #9336 tape, arrived 25 January 1943 (9 pts) £28.00
223 Cover sent to Argentia from Cardiff on 15 December 1942 with OBE #6374 tape, arrived 4 March 1943 (9 pts) £28.00

CENSORED INLAND MAIL
224 Cover with red “Official Paid” postmark, no town, 2Oct43, to Stoke-on-Trent with type 2 tape PC90 #9636 £3.00
225 Cover from Ruislip 11Oct44, paid 2½d to London NW1, with type 2 tape PC90 #1981 £3.00
226 Unsealed flimsy cover, “Posta Aerea / Par Avion” crossed out, from Arundel, Sussex, 5Oct44, to Taunton, Somerset, with type 2 tape PC90 2845. The postage paid by 2d + ½d, the 2d and postmark are over the PC90 tape £3.00

HONOUR ENVELOPE WITH PC90 LABELS
227 Green envelope JD & Co sent to Reading with PC90 OBE #4787 label having imprint 51-8958-W.N. (7 pts) £14.00
228 Green envelope JD & Co sent to Portadown with PC90 OBE #5286 label having imprint 51-851-W.H.H.Ltd, and Colley A600 PBC #10375 cachet (2 pts) £4.00
229 Green envelope JD & Co sent to Sunderland with PC90 OBE #310 label and diamond machine cancel £2.00
230 Royal Navy envelope with PC90 OBE #3020 tape and Post Office Maritime Mail cancel £2.00

RED CROSS MESSAGES
231 British Foreign Relations Dept form with two lines of instruction in bottom right corner, sent to Vienna from Bureau #751 Manchester, British censor £6.00
232 British Foreign Relations Dept form with three lines of instruction on bottom sent to St Helier from Bureau #567 Taunton, British & German censors £6.00
233 British Foreign Relations Dept form with two lines of instruction on bottom sent to St Martins, Guernsey, from Bureau #20, British & German censors £6.00
234 German Rotes Kreuz form sent to Bude, Cornwall from Guernsey with British & German censors £5.00

BOOKS [Weights given so you can calculated postage]
235 A Review of Free French Military Postal Censorship 1941-45 by American Philatelist June 1965 – 8 pages, Photocopy with some foxing [Wt 48g] £2.00
236 CCSG Mediterranean Sea and Middle East Section 3 by Little, Torrance & Morenweiser, 132 pages, published 1996 Mint [Wt 380g] £5.00
237 Censorship of Mail in Ireland by Hans Moxter, 125 pages, published 2003 Mint [Wt 470g] £15.00
238 Cyprus Study Group Paper #2 Civil Censorship 1939-45, 21 pages [Wt 50g] £1.00
239 Free French Censorship in the Levant by David Zimmerman, 50 pages + Appendix 35 pages, published 1980 [Wt 235g] £10.00
240 RIEMER Zensurpost aus dem III. Reich die Uberwachung des Auslandbriefverkehrs wahrend des II. Weltkrieges durch deutsche Dienststellen published May 1966 with 82 pages, text in German, cover with corner creases £10.00
241 Roses Caribbean Handbook #1 West Indian civil Censorship Devices in World War 2 – Antigua, Barbados, British Guiana, Cayman Is, Grenada, Jamaica, St Lucia, Trinidad, Turks & Caicos Is, 82 pages, published 1976 [Wt 245g] £10.00
242 Roses Caribbean Handbook #2 West Indian civil Censorship Devices – Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Br Guiana, Br Honduras, Cayman Is, French West Indies, Greneda, Jamaica, Leeward Is, St Lucia, St Vincent, 102 pages, published 1977 [Wt 333g] £10.00
243 Zivilzensur in Britisch Indien 1939-1945 by Konrad Morenweiser published 1985 – Mint signed by author [Wt 335g] £2.00

NEWSPAPERS
244 Evening Mail 60th anniversary souvenir of The Birmingham Daily Mail 5 August 1914 Declaration of First World War £5.00
245 Evening Mail Special 40th anniversary souvenir of The Great Bombing Raids on Birmingham 19 November 1940 20 pages £10.00
GUERNSEY EVENING PRESS 4 pages
246 Wednesday 22 October 1941 – The Truth about this War £5.00
247 Monday 19 January 1942 – Review of Last Week’s Events £5.00
248 Monday 26 January 1942 – Another Bad Week for England £5.00
249 Friday 18 September 1942 – Headway made in Stalingrad Battle – tatty £3.00
250 Friday 20 November 1942 – Mediterranean is Allies Death Trap £5.00
251 Wednesday 17 February 1943 – Axis Troops Drive Westwards in Tunisia £5.00
252 Friday 12 March 1943 – Submarines Packs Hunt British-Bound Convoys to Destruction £5.00
253 Friday 11 June 1943 – Russia’s Stupendous Losses £5.00
254 THE STAR Guernsey’s oldest newspaper Tuesday 3 September 1940 8 pages – New Air raid Orders for All £5.00
VISOR Service News for Northern Ireland 12 pages
255 Edition 181 9 Sept 1977 £4.00
256 Edition 184 30 Sept 1977 £4.00
257 Edition 186 14 October 1977 £4.00

COLOURED POSTERS possibly supplements from newspapers, approx. 370 x 575mm folded in half
258 AVENGE December 7 £5.00
259 Der Feind sieht Dein Licht! / Verdunkeln! By Sander Herweg £5.00
260 Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Fuhret! £5.00
261 ON TO JAPAN by Sevek £5.00
262 Keep mum she’s not so dimb! CARELESS TALK COSTS LIVES courtesy of IWM £5.00
263 KPACHAR APMNR HECET OCBOBOKAEEHNE OT OAWNCTCKORO NRA! [Russia] £5.00
264 PANTHER TANK (Panzerkampfwagen V), Ausfuhrung G £5.00
265 The Evening Post front page Jersey Tuesday 9 July 1940 – Orders of the Commandant of the German Forces in Occupation of the Bailiwick of Jersey £5.00
266 THE GREAT PLANES / Junkers JU87 (Stuka) / Hawker Hurricane by Marshall Cavendish 1977 £5.00
267 The Message of Franklin D Roosevelts £5.00
268 WOMEN’S ROYAL NAVAL SERVICE / join the WRENS / and free a man for the Fleet £6.00
269 Modern painting of Hermann Göring, Hitler and Josef Göbbels riding horses [The three Horsemen of the Apocalypse] £5.00

MISCELLANEOUS
270 Cover sent via Clipper to Vancouver from Bordon on 31 July 1941, with 8 x 2.5d stamps and PC 90 OBE #380 type 1C label £4.00
271 OAS cover sent to Coventry from FPO 46 Lagos with Colley type R9 #211 cachet partly covered by PC 90 OBE #6683 type 1A label £5.00
272 OAS cover and letter sent to Paisley with London Gt Britain Official Paid m/c with PC 90 OBE #404 type 1A label, Colley type A504 Passed by Censor #4322 cachet - ship’s name and crest cut out from envelope and letter by censor £4.00

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