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[17951]  INDIA - FRANCE...1850 PRE-STAMP OVERLAND from MADRAS...  1850 (Feb 21)
[17951]  INDIA - FRANCE...1850 PRE-STAMP OVERLAND from MADRAS...  1850 (Feb 21)
[17951] INDIA - FRANCE...1850 PRE-STAMP OVERLAND from MADRAS... 1850 (Feb 21) Entire letter to Bordeaux endorsed Per Overland via Marseilles with boxed Madras /Paid (21 Feb) with manuscript 10 A (Annas) + Crescent India Paid. Routed via E.I.C Ajdaha via Aden & Suez a faint manuscript ˝ to cover Red Sea Postage is made alongside datestamp in red & manuscript 10 (Decimes) charged by French for sea route Alexandria to Marseille via H.M. Medusa & on back Bordeaux (1 Apr) arrival cds .........................Transit time of 44 days
US$150
[17952]  INDIA - GB...1845 PRE-STAMP from MADRAS to LONDON...  1845 (Apr 23)
[17952]  INDIA - GB...1845 PRE-STAMP from MADRAS to LONDON...  1845 (Apr 23)
[17952] INDIA - GB...1845 PRE-STAMP from MADRAS to LONDON... 1845 (Apr 23) Entire letter to London endorsed via Sothampton with boxed Madras Paid (23 Apr) with manuscript 1-4 Annas (1 Rupee 4 Annas) alongside & with oval India hand stamp & manuscript 2/ (2 Shillings) British Charge with on back KK /9 Ju 9 /1845 arrival cds at London. ................................................................................................ This travelled Madras-Bombay-Aden-Suez- overland to Alexandria - via P & O Iberia to Malta then P & O Duke of Cornwall to Gibraltar-Southampton-London taking 46 days
US$150
[20042]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA 9p STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Oct 22)
[20042]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA 9p STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Oct 22)
[20042] PAKISTAN ..INDIA 9p STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Oct 22) India GV1 9p Stationary post card overprinted Pakistan to Statesman, Calcutta tied unreadable 23 Sep cds from Dacca & with framed Calcutta (25 Oct) transit & partial violet circular clock style Rec'd 26 Oct arrival hand stamp. ................................................................................................ Difficult stationary & very nice use from Dacca that is now part of Bangla Desh
US$70
[20041]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Mar 22)
[20041]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Mar 22)
[20041] PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Mar 22) India GV1 ˝a Stationary post card overprinted Pakistan & uprated with India 4a overprint tied Patiya cds, with alongside Chittagong (23 Mar) cds with blue ink Refused & on reverse fine large violet By Order of the Court Patiya hand stamp. ............................................................................................... Spike hole top left but very nice use from Patiya that is now part of Bangla Desh
US$130
[20040]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED REGISTERED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Oct 5)
[20040]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED REGISTERED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Oct 5)
[20040] PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED REGISTERED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Oct 5) India GV1 ˝a Stationary post card overprinted Pakistan & Surcharged 9p that is badly alligned, uprated with India pair 2a overprint tied Cox's Bazar cds, violet 2 line vernacular instructional with Temporary P.O. /C - 280 (5 Oct) & blue ink & red ink Refused with initials both dated 7 Oct & on reverse small part large violet By Order of the Court hand stamp ........................................................................................... Spike hole central left but very nice use from Cox's Bazar that is now part of Bangla Desh
US$150
[20039]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Jan 4)
[20039]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Jan 4)
[20039] PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Jan 4) India GV1 ˝a Stationary post card uprated in combination with India 4a overprinted Pakistan tied Coxz Bazar cds with alongside Ranju (5 Jan) cds & with red ink manuscript annotation for Return to Sender with & unframed By Order of the / Charistadar with Ranju (26 Jan) arrival cds & on reverse large violet Cox's Bazar hand stamp. ............................................................................................... Spike & pin hole bottom left but very scarce use after unoverprinted stationary became invalid on 1 Jan from Cox's Bazar that is now part of Bangla Desh
US$170
[20037]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED REGISTERED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Jun 23)
[20037]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED REGISTERED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Jun 23)
[20037] PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED REGISTERED STATIONARY OVERPRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Jun 23) India GV1 ˝a Stationary post card overprinted Pakistan & Surcharged 9p, uprated with India 4a overprint tied Chittagong Court Building cds & registered with red ink RL - 34, redirected to Jafar Nagar village Lalananagar & various date stamps & other manuscript annotations with finally red ink Refused with initials dated 9 July & on reverse large violet smudged Chittagong Court hand stamp. .............................................................................................. Spike & pin hole bottom left but very nice use from Chittagong that is now part of Bangla Desh
US$130
[20036]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Jul 22)
[20036]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Jul 22)
[20036] PAKISTAN ..INDIA STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Jul 22) India GV1 1˝a Stationary envelope roughly opened to left with Sirajganj Pakistan overprint to Port Sujangarh with on reverse Sujangarh (27 Jul) arrival cds. ............................................................................................... Sirajganj is a town in what is now northern Bangladesh, lying on the Jamuna River and just west of the Brahmaputra River, about 110 kilometres (68 mi) northwest of Dhaka with a population of 156,080 as at 2012 with early mail being difficult
US$100
[20035]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN COMBINATION …  1948 (Sep 28)
[20035]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN COMBINATION …  1948 (Sep 28)
[20035] PAKISTAN ..INDIA STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN COMBINATION … 1948 (Sep 28) India GV1 1˝a Stationary envelope with Bogra Pakistan overprint used in combination with Independence 1˝a tied Bogra cds by airmail to Bandikui, Jaipur with on reverse Temporary P.O. /C - 235 (1 Oct) transit & Bandikui (4 Oct) arrival cds. ................................................................................................. The Bogra, in what is now Bangla Desh, overprint used in 1948 is normally found on adhesives but a find shows that it was also used on stationary.
US$130
[20032]  PAKISTAN - INDIA..CRESCENT & STARS UPRATED POSTAL STATIONARY CARD …  1955 (May 12)
[20032]  PAKISTAN - INDIA..CRESCENT & STARS UPRATED POSTAL STATIONARY CARD …  1955 (May 12)
[20032] PAKISTAN - INDIA..CRESCENT & STARS UPRATED POSTAL STATIONARY CARD … 1955 (May 12) Pakistan Crescent & Stars 9p Green stationary card with closed filing holes issued 1954 uprated with Saracenic Leaf Pattern 6a to Shiristader, Calcutta with poor Sheristader cds with alongside bold Experimental P.O. /BA-754 (13 May) cds & many manuscript annotations & finally ink Return to Sender 31/5 & violet framed By Order of the Courts /Sheristader handstamp & on reverse large circular Court hand stamp ....................................Interesting item
US$70
[20028]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY COMBINATION USE & TAXED …  1948 (Jan 9)
[20028]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY COMBINATION USE & TAXED …  1948 (Jan 9)
[20028] PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY COMBINATION USE & TAXED … 1948 (Jan 9) India GV1 1˝a Stationary envelope by airmail to Mussoorie uprated with GV1 India pair 9p overprinted Pakistan tied Experimental P.O. K-117 cds & with half circle Experimental P.O. K-117 /Due hand stamp & on reverse octagon Mussooree /15 Jan /48 /Unpaid & Mussooree (16 Jan) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ The use of India unoverprinted stationary was permissible until 1 Jan 48 this used 1 week later in combination with overprinted adhesives breached this & was subseqentally Taxed.. scarce use
US$250
[20027]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Apr 3)
[20027]  PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1948 (Apr 3)
[20027] PAKISTAN ..INDIA UPRATED STATIONARY OVERRINTED PAKISTAN … 1948 (Apr 3) India GV1 1˝a Stationary envelope registered locally to Inspector General of Police uprated with GV1 India ˝a & 3x 1a all overprinted Pakistan tied Karachi cds & with indelible pencil R196/70 /3/4/48 marking & on reverse arrival Karachi (4 Apr) cds. ................................................................................................. The Karachi overprints were used from Feb - Aug 1948 scarce item
US$200
[20026]  PAKISTAN - GB..INDIA AIR LETTER OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1949 (Nov 16)
[20026]  PAKISTAN - GB..INDIA AIR LETTER OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1949 (Nov 16)
[20026]  PAKISTAN - GB..INDIA AIR LETTER OVERRINTED PAKISTAN …  1949 (Nov 16)
[20026] PAKISTAN - GB..INDIA AIR LETTER OVERRINTED PAKISTAN … 1949 (Nov 16) India GV1 6a Air letter overprinted Pakistan at Nasik to London tied Rawalpindi cds & with pencil T within circle with on reverse Rawalpindi /Set -2 (16 Nov) & Lahore RMS (17 Nov) transit cds
US$40
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[20016] PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY PESHAWAR RUBBER OVERPRINT … 1947-49 Mint 14a India GV1 Mail Plane air mail stationary envelope with almost imperceptible diagonal creases with violet Pakistan rubber handstamp applied at Peshawar. ................................................................................................. Due to the scarcity of used items no date of issue can be ascertained ex Taylor-Smith.
US$80
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[20017] PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY NASIK OVERPRINT … 1949 Mint 14a India GV1 Mail Plane air mail stationary envelope overprinted Pakistan together with same envelope with light vertical crease overprinted Pakistan 12a applied at Nasik & only used during the early months of 1949…2 items ex Taylor-Smith.
US$100
[20023]  PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT on INDIA AIRMAIL STATIONARY …  1948 (Jul)
[20023]  PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT on INDIA AIRMAIL STATIONARY …  1948 (Jul)
[20023] PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT on INDIA AIRMAIL STATIONARY … 1948 (Jul) Mint GV1 India 4a stationary airmail card with violet diagonal rubber Pakistan overprint applied at Allama Iqbal Road. district of Lahore with on reverse manuscript Guaranteed Lahore handstamp in use 2 weeks in July 1948 with F.J. Field violet handstamp. ................................................................................................ A very difficult item of stationary ex Taylor-Smith.
US$170
[20022]  PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT & SURCHARGE INDIA STATIONARY …  1948 (Sep)
[20022]  PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT & SURCHARGE INDIA STATIONARY …  1948 (Sep)
[20022] PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT & SURCHARGE INDIA STATIONARY … 1948 (Sep) Mint GV1 India ˝a stationary card Surcharged Nine Pies & overprinted Pakistan with both applied in Pishin, North West Frontier. .............................................................................................. A scarce item ex Taylor-Smith.
US$100
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[20021] PAKISTAN..POSTAL STATIONARY OVERPRINT on INDIA STATIONARY … 1946-49 Group 4 mint GV1 India ˝a stationary cards, 3 are North West Railway all with different imprint numbers all overprinted Service & all uprated with additional India Service 3p with one card having lost uprated 3p & all with various Pakistan overprints with one card showing 2 distinctly different sizes of the Pakistan overprint. ............................................................................................... A rare assemby ex Taylor-Smith.
US$270
[19919]  CEYLON - BELGIAN CONGO…WW2 EAST AFRIAN FORCES...  1944 (Apr 12)
[19919]  CEYLON - BELGIAN CONGO…WW2 EAST AFRIAN FORCES...  1944 (Apr 12)
[19919] CEYLON - BELGIAN CONGO…WW2 EAST AFRIAN FORCES... 1944 (Apr 12)Plain stampless envelope to A. Oskamp Esq., Stanleyville, Congo Belge from J.B. Glenny (he was RASC Capt.) cancelled EA APO 58 located Base P.O. Colombo & with violet triangular Field Censor/62 & circular Unit Censor/X 452, black circular Deputy Chief Field/Censor & on back Base Army Post Office/4 (20 May) cds Egypt/Postage Prepaid /It Pays to Lend (20 May) date stamp + small size Censure/Congo Belge label tied Stanleyville (5 Jul) arrival cds ......Scarce
US$130
[19857]  INDIA - GB ... 1st AFGHAN WAR MAJOR-GENERAL W.K. ELPHINSTONE…  1840 (Apr 18)
[19857]  INDIA - GB ... 1st AFGHAN WAR MAJOR-GENERAL W.K. ELPHINSTONE…  1840 (Apr 18)
[19857]  INDIA - GB ... 1st AFGHAN WAR MAJOR-GENERAL W.K. ELPHINSTONE…  1840 (Apr 18)
[19857]  INDIA - GB ... 1st AFGHAN WAR MAJOR-GENERAL W.K. ELPHINSTONE…  1840 (Apr 18)
[19857] INDIA - GB ... 1st AFGHAN WAR MAJOR-GENERAL W.K. ELPHINSTONE… 1840 (Apr 18) Entire cross written letter together with English transcript & copy of National Dictionary of Biography to daughter in London from Major General W.K. Elphinstone (1782-1842) Commanding Benares Division of Bengal Army & written from Meerut NWP with red framed Meerut /Paid via Marseilles & red oval India, initially incorrectly charged 1/- & altered to 2/8 with red London Foreign Branch Crown deleting 1/- & with London (10 Jun) arrival date stamp. ............................................................................................... 1st Afghan war April 1839 - Sep 1842. General Elphinstone was given Command of the Benares Division in 1839 & yet despite being old with little or no knowledge of the North West Province in very poor health, crippled with gout & unable to cope with the terrain he was later in March 1841 given Command of the Cabul garrison. November 1841 saw the Afghans surround Cabul & Jan 1842 Elphinstone is blamed for the loss of an estimated 4,000 soldiers & 12,000 camp followers at the Khyber Pass massacre. Perhaps the Indian government should take blame for giving the important command to a man in the full knowledge of his age, health & long absence from action
US$600
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