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[18124]  URUGUAY - GB...WW2 REGISTERED CENSORED AIRMAIL…  1942 (Jun 18)
[18124]  URUGUAY - GB...WW2 REGISTERED CENSORED AIRMAIL…  1942 (Jun 18)
[18124] URUGUAY - GB...WW2 REGISTERED CENSORED AIRMAIL… 1942 (Jun 18) Plain envelope registered to The Austin Motor Co. Ltd., Longbridge, Birmingham endorsed Por Avion "Panair" via Natal, Bolama, Lisboa bearing 1p + 2c + 10c + 12c & damaged 62c making 187c rate tied smudged Montevideo cds & with matching registration label No 47989 & with PC 90 Opened By /Examiner 3130 label imprinted 51-2107-G.W.D. (CCSG 1A8 with 55 recorded as at 2011) ...
US$40
[17284]  URUGUAY - GB..1940 WW2 CENSOREDwith CENSORS ENCLOSURE….  1940 (Nov 13)
[17284]  URUGUAY - GB..1940 WW2 CENSOREDwith CENSORS ENCLOSURE….  1940 (Nov 13)
[17284]  URUGUAY - GB..1940 WW2 CENSOREDwith CENSORS ENCLOSURE….  1940 (Nov 13)
[17284] URUGUAY - GB..1940 WW2 CENSOREDwith CENSORS ENCLOSURE…. 1940 (Nov 13) Envelope to Westminster Bank, Rochester, Kent bearing 10c & 12c tied D / 51 within triangle hand stamp & with on back Montevideo-E-Rou (13 Nov) slogan transit & with PC90 / Opened By /Examiner 5046 label + black on pink P.C. 12 Postal Censorship enclosure stating "This Envelope was Empty" when the letter was opened.
US$200
[15965]  URUGUAY - GB ...ANGLO-FRENCH NAVAL BLOCKADE….  1847 (Jul 7)
[15965]  URUGUAY - GB ...ANGLO-FRENCH NAVAL BLOCKADE….  1847 (Jul 7)
[15965] URUGUAY - GB ...ANGLO-FRENCH NAVAL BLOCKADE…. 1847 (Jul 7) Stampless entire headed Montevideo July 7, 1847 to London endorsed "Rattler Steamer" & rated in manu 2/7 cancelled Correo du Montevideo [18 Ju] & with London (28 Aug) arrival cds with detailed letter of the Anglo-French Naval blockade of Buenos Aires & Uruguay waters............HMS Rattler was part of the Anglo-French naval blockade forces & served under Commander Richard Moorman in South America from 17 Nov 1846 - 13 Sep 1847....http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uruguayan_Civil_War Enclosed we beg to send copy of our recent respects of 2nd Inst. announcing the unfavourable termination of the negotiations at Buenos Aires, nearly all hope of any improvement in affairs until further advices can be received from Europe, have vanished and the trade with Buenos Aires by means of small craft, has greatly increased under the fear that a more severe blockade of that port will be enforced. prices both of exports and import articles are uncertain during this state of suspense. Both the British & French envoys are now in this city. Of English vessels there are 7 in port, 4 of which are loading for Liverpool & 2 for London- the rates for freight are very high, but as many more vessels are expected soon, we may look for some decline
US$800
[13396]  URUGUAY - GB....SCARCE "THANKS TO THE BRITISH NAVY" PATRIOTIC LABEL in SPANISH...  1943 (Apr 3)
[13396]  URUGUAY - GB....SCARCE "THANKS TO THE BRITISH NAVY" PATRIOTIC LABEL in SPANISH...  1943 (Apr 3)
[13396]  URUGUAY - GB....SCARCE "THANKS TO THE BRITISH NAVY" PATRIOTIC LABEL in SPANISH...  1943 (Apr 3)
[13396] URUGUAY - GB....SCARCE "THANKS TO THE BRITISH NAVY" PATRIOTIC LABEL in SPANISH... 1943 (Apr 3) Plain envelope by airmail to London bearing 1p & 20c tied Montevideo cds & censored in transit with US transparent Examined By/1757 tape & with on back Todos Sabemos Aqul /Que esta /Carta llega /a su destino /Gracias la /Flota Britanica patriotic label tied Montevideo cds..............Rare example of "Thanks to the British Navy" label printed in Spanish
US$850
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