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[20334]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 POW & RETURNED BY SWISS POST OFFICE …  1945 (Mar 25)
[20334]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 POW & RETURNED BY SWISS POST OFFICE …  1945 (Mar 25)
[20334]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 POW & RETURNED BY SWISS POST OFFICE …  1945 (Mar 25)
[20334] GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 POW & RETURNED BY SWISS POST OFFICE … 1945 (Mar 25) GB GV1 2˝d Stationary envelope uprated with additional 2˝d tied Farnham /Surrey datestamp by airmail to 149009 Lieut. Barnsdale, 111D /V11A, Oflag 79 with PC90 continuous Crowns /Opened By /Examiner /1867 label & with blue crayon X deleting address with on reverse violet framed This Letter has Been Returned By the Swiss Post Office who were unable o Reforward it to Germany because of the Interruption of Communications hand stamp. ............................................................................................... Item with a few spot marks
US$50
[20332]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 HMS ROBERTS REDIRECTED & DAMAGED BY SEA WATER…  1942 (Oct 13)
[20332]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 HMS ROBERTS REDIRECTED & DAMAGED BY SEA WATER…  1942 (Oct 13)
[20332]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 HMS ROBERTS REDIRECTED & DAMAGED BY SEA WATER…  1942 (Oct 13)
[20332]  GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 HMS ROBERTS REDIRECTED & DAMAGED BY SEA WATER…  1942 (Oct 13)
[20332] GREAT BRITAIN..WW2 HMS ROBERTS REDIRECTED & DAMAGED BY SEA WATER… 1942 (Oct 13) Plain envelope bearing GV1 1d tied Bow E.3 Post Early in the day slogan to A/B. R.D.F., F.H. Doody P/JX 275914, HMS Roberts, c/o GPO London, redirected in blue crayon to HMS Victory & red ink R.N.A.S. Yeovilton, Somerset 15/3/43 & with violet boxed Damaged By Sea - Water with on reverse Liverpool (30 Mar '43) arrival date stamp. ............................................................................................... Item comes with details of ship & activities during 1942..
US$600
[20331]  GAMBIA - GB…. WW2 WRAPPER to WEST AFRICAN FORCE & RETURNED TO SENDER….  1943 (Nov 8)
[20331]  GAMBIA - GB…. WW2 WRAPPER to WEST AFRICAN FORCE & RETURNED TO SENDER….  1943 (Nov 8)
[20331] GAMBIA - GB…. WW2 WRAPPER to WEST AFRICAN FORCE & RETURNED TO SENDER…. 1943 (Nov 8) Plain Newspaper Wrapper to 7613834 Sergt. H.F. Liggins, No 2 Advance Workshops, West African Force from South Grove Central School bearing GV1 definitive ˝d for printed matter rate tied Rotherham datestamp with green crayon through address & endorsed Reverted to HE, Return to Sender with on reverse Field Post Office 109 cds(26 Dec) located Gambia. ................................................................................................ A nice item to the Gambia & returned
US$100
[20328]  GREAT BRITAIN…. WW2 CZECHOSLOVAK FREE FORCES….  1943 (Nov 2)
[20328]  GREAT BRITAIN…. WW2 CZECHOSLOVAK FREE FORCES….  1943 (Nov 2)
[20328] GREAT BRITAIN…. WW2 CZECHOSLOVAK FREE FORCES…. 1943 (Nov 2) Plain envelope to Handforth, Cheshire bearing GV1 definitives ˝d & 2 x 1d tied C.S.P.P. /Czechoslovak Field Post cds. ................................................................................................. A high percentage of mail from or too the Czech Free Forces is contrived or Philatelic in nature real commercial mail is quite difficult
US$30
[20318]  GB - MESOPOTAMIA EXPED. FORCE from R. NAVAL DIV. POW in GERMANY..  1918 (Jun 1)
[20318]  GB - MESOPOTAMIA EXPED. FORCE from R. NAVAL DIV. POW in GERMANY..  1918 (Jun 1)
[20318]  GB - MESOPOTAMIA EXPED. FORCE from R. NAVAL DIV. POW in GERMANY..  1918 (Jun 1)
[20318] GB - MESOPOTAMIA EXPED. FORCE from R. NAVAL DIV. POW in GERMANY.. 1918 (Jun 1) Picture postcard of HMS Bristol naval rating addressed to 200016 Sgt. H.L. Bowden, D Coy 4th Batt., Somerset Light Infantry, Mesopotamia Expeditonary, c/o Indian Office, London from British POW No 1160, Smn Bugler, E.B. White, No 1 Coy R.N. Division, Gefangenen Lager Doberitz, Germany cancelled partial Doberitz cds & with blue fancy framed 16 /Doberitz /Gepruft /A + violet circular Post Free /P.C. /Prisoner of War handstamps & faint red London F.S. (3 Jul)arrival machine datestamp. ........................................................................................... Nice ingoing card from Royal Naval Div. POW to Mesopotamia Exped. Force.
US$250
[20317]  GB - USA … WW1 CANADIAN FORCES REGISTERED from FRANCE…  1916 (Feb 22)
[20317]  GB - USA … WW1 CANADIAN FORCES REGISTERED from FRANCE…  1916 (Feb 22)
[20317] GB - USA … WW1 CANADIAN FORCES REGISTERED from FRANCE… 1916 (Feb 22) GB GV 2d black Registered envelope to Peoria, ILL. Cancelled Field Post Office /5.X cds used by 5th Canadian Brigade at this time advancing towards to Belgian frontier & with R/17 Registered label tied FPO 5X, six sided red Passed Field Censor /212, APO R7 (22 Feb) transit cds & hooded Registered /London (23 Feb) datestamp with on reverse APO 2 (23 Feb) + Chicago ILL (8 Mar) transit cds & Peoria ILL (9 Mar) arrival cds .................................... Interesting
US$130
[20309]  GERMANY - USA …POST WAR ALLIED OCCUPATION DOUBLE CENSORED ....   
1947 (Mar 10)
[20309]  GERMANY - USA …POST WAR ALLIED OCCUPATION DOUBLE CENSORED ....   
1947 (Mar 10)
[20309] GERMANY - USA …POST WAR ALLIED OCCUPATION DOUBLE CENSORED .... 1947 (Mar 10) Plain envelope to Seattle WA bearing single numeral 84 pf tied Hamburg cds & with PC 90 continuous Crowns /Opened By /Examiner label tied violet circular British Censorship / Crown /0010 Germany handstamp overlaid by Examiner 7049 label tied violet Military Censorship /18759 /Civil Mails hand stamp. ................................................................................................ Unusual double censored combination
US$40
[20267]  NORTH AFRICA - G.B - FRENCH FORCES CENSORED BY US FORCES...  1944 (Jul 10)
[20267]  NORTH AFRICA - G.B - FRENCH FORCES CENSORED BY US FORCES...  1944 (Jul 10)
[20267] NORTH AFRICA - G.B - FRENCH FORCES CENSORED BY US FORCES... 1944 (Jul 10) Plain envelope to London Stamp dealer from French soldier at B.P.M 6 bearing GB GV1 light colours 2˝d tied Postes aux Armees with Cross Lorraine index cds, tranparent Opened By /U.S. Army Examiner tape tied blue framed Passed By /U 40180 S /Army Examiner & alongside red circular Passed By /Base /1046 /Army /Examiner hand stamps. ............................................................................................ Unusual from French soldier using GB stamp cancelled by French and censored by US Military..
US$100
[20266]  NEW ZEALAND - SOLOMON Is…WW2 US FORCES…  1943 (Dec 23)
[20266]  NEW ZEALAND - SOLOMON Is…WW2 US FORCES…  1943 (Dec 23)
[20266] NEW ZEALAND - SOLOMON Is…WW2 US FORCES… 1943 (Dec 23) Pictorial We Fight For Freedom patriotic envelope roughly opeden right side to Cpl. Richard Malcuit, Anti Tank Co. 145th Inf., APO 37 located Bougainville from 8 Nov 1943 until Dec 1944 bearing NZ 2d tied poorish Auckland datestamp.
US$40
[20265]  GB - USA …BRITISH FORCES in GERMANY WAR ECONOMY HONOUR ENVELOPE…  1950 (Sep 28)
[20265]  GB - USA …BRITISH FORCES in GERMANY WAR ECONOMY HONOUR ENVELOPE…  1950 (Sep 28)
[20265] GB - USA …BRITISH FORCES in GERMANY WAR ECONOMY HONOUR ENVELOPE… 1950 (Sep 28) A.F. W3078 Honour envelope overprinted for War Economy OHMS Certified Official imprinted PSS(HQ) ӿ/3718M/4 - 48 to Los Angeles originating Central Claims Registry, Bad Nenndorf B.A.O.R & with violet circular Overseas /28 Sep 1950 /German Section cachet partly overlaid GV1 definitive light colours 2˝d tied London S.W.1 date stamp. ................................................................................................ Very unusual item
US$40
[20263]  GREAT BRITAIN …BRITISH FORCES in GERMANY REGISTERED…  1957 (Aug 16)
[20263]  GREAT BRITAIN …BRITISH FORCES in GERMANY REGISTERED…  1957 (Aug 16)
[20263] GREAT BRITAIN …BRITISH FORCES in GERMANY REGISTERED… 1957 (Aug 16) GB QE11 Overseas Registered Letter envelope size G2 to Oxendales, Manchester uprated with QE11 Wilding 1˝d tied Field Post Office 755 cds located RAF Buchenburg & with R /FPO D.S. No 755 /No 9656 registered label with red 755 inserted. ................................................................................................ This extends the FPHS published latest date of 26 Jan 52 for FPO 755 by over 5 years
US$30
[20260]  INDIA - GB……WW1 MILITARY MAIL from KAILANA CAMP, CHAKRATA …  1917 (May 11)
[20260]  INDIA - GB……WW1 MILITARY MAIL from KAILANA CAMP, CHAKRATA …  1917 (May 11)
[20260] INDIA - GB……WW1 MILITARY MAIL from KAILANA CAMP, CHAKRATA … 1917 (May 11) Photographic ppc overlooking Kailana to Westcliffe on Sea datelined from Private C. Rumus, 1/4 R.W.K. Detachment, B Coy Kailana Camp bearing 1a tied Kailana cds. ............................................................................................... The 1/4th Battalion Royal West Kent Regiment were sent to India 30 Oct 1914 & on arrival were broken up & transferred to the Jubbulpore Brigade in the 5th (Mhow) Division of the Indian Army, a detachment was apparently sent to Kailana Camp a hill station in mountainous Uttarkhand about a couple of miles from Chakrata that sits at an altitude of around 7000 feet near the Himalayan foothills
US$100
[20214]  AUSTRALIA - USA…WW2 RED CROSS from HOSPITAL PATIENT DUEL MILITARY & CIVIL CENSORS.…  1943 (Nov 1)
[20214]  AUSTRALIA - USA…WW2 RED CROSS from HOSPITAL PATIENT DUEL MILITARY & CIVIL CENSORS.…  1943 (Nov 1)
[20214] AUSTRALIA - USA…WW2 RED CROSS from HOSPITAL PATIENT DUEL MILITARY & CIVIL CENSORS.… 1943 (Nov 1) Australian Red Cross Society, To Hospital Patients printed envelope to Chicago & forwarded locally bearing GV1 2˝d & Elizabeth 1d tied partial Mil Hosp. Heidelberg No 22 /Vic Aust. & with violet framed Australian /Military Forces /Passed By Censor/977 + 3 Opened By Censor label (CCSG L3-7) tied violet 3 /Passed /By /Censor / 126 & red unframed S 3701 hand stamps with on reverse Chicago lLL, Jackson Park Stn (13 Dec) transit date stamp. .............................................................................................. Scarcer item showing censorship by both Military & civil authorities
US$130
[20210]  PAPUA - AUSTRALIA..WW2 AUSTRALIAN FORCES NEW GUINEA..  1943 (Mar 3)
[20210]  PAPUA - AUSTRALIA..WW2 AUSTRALIAN FORCES NEW GUINEA..  1943 (Mar 3)
[20210] PAPUA - AUSTRALIA..WW2 AUSTRALIAN FORCES NEW GUINEA.. 1943 (Mar 3) Australian Red Cross Society New Guinea printed envelope by airmail & Certified Official to Red Cross Bureau For Wounded etc, Hobart, Tasmania, & bearing GV1 3d tied Field P.O. 0139 cds located Port Moresby & with black framed Australian /Military Forces /Passed By Censor /864 hand stamp. ................................................................................................ Scarcer Stationary.
US$100
[20199]  PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW…  1916 (Mar 20)
[20199]  PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW…  1916 (Mar 20)
[20199]  PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW…  1916 (Mar 20)
[20199] PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW… 1916 (Mar 20) Alex Dencks, Lourenco Marques printed envelope with manuscript c/o Encampments dos Prisoneiros de Guerra to The Holland Bombay Trading Co., Amsterdam cancelled 6 sided Lourenco Marques /Central date stamp & with blue unframed Passed By Censor & violet oval Provincia de Mocanbique /Lourenco Marques /Service de Prisonniers de Guerre & on reverse blue oval Censored /27 Mar 1916 /Capetown hand stamp & 90% Amsterdam (3 May) arrival cds. ............................................................................................... Choice, scarce & exotic item.
US$1200
[20202]  AUSTRALIA…WW2 FORCES in PALESTINE ..RED CROSS…  1941 (Aug 21)
[20202]  AUSTRALIA…WW2 FORCES in PALESTINE ..RED CROSS…  1941 (Aug 21)
[20202] AUSTRALIA…WW2 FORCES in PALESTINE ..RED CROSS… 1941 (Aug 21) Red Cross printed envelope by airmail to Bureau for Wounded, Missing & P.O.W., Australian Red Cross Society, Adelaide bearing Platypus 9d tied Base P.O. /B.W.I. cds located Gaza & with violet triangular Passed By /Censor /Crown /No 3191 overlaid by unframed Australian Red Cross Society & on reverse red framed Received /7 Sep 1941 /Answered hand stamps..
US$80
[20201]  AUSTRALIA…WW2 FORCES in PALESTINE ..RED CROSS…  1941 (Jun 29)
[20201]  AUSTRALIA…WW2 FORCES in PALESTINE ..RED CROSS…  1941 (Jun 29)
[20201] AUSTRALIA…WW2 FORCES in PALESTINE ..RED CROSS… 1941 (Jun 29) Australian Red Cross Society (Unoffficial) printed envelope to Secretary General, Australian Red Cross Society, Melbourne bearing Platypus 9d tied Base P.O. /B.W.I. cds located Gaza & with violet triangular Passed By /Censor /Crown /No 3191 hand stamp
US$100
[20198]  SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN
[20198]  SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN
[20198] SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN'S ON CORFU… 1917 (Jan 12) Stampless plain postcard to Corfu with vernacular cyrillic arrival (18 May) cds & with violet unframed Croix Rouge Serbe, Bureau de Consignements, Geneva cachet with blue crayon initials alongside plus black vernacular cyrillic Censor No 1 handstamp & with small Newspaper cutting pasted on message side. ...............................................................................................…. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$100
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[20197] GREECE - CORFU …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to CORFU… 1917 - 18 Group 7 stampless plain postcards all to Corfu all with various differing vernacular cyrillic datestamps including Serb Field Posts 801, 889, 988, 111, 333 & different styles of censor handstamps .… 7 items & a good group. ................................................................................................ Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$270
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195] YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES.. 1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2) & Plain card to Nice datelined 15 May 1917, Mukpa from Sergent to Serb name at Serbe Depute, Nice cancelled cryillic cds with part of message blacked out by censor & Serb transit cds (22 May) + Blue framed cyrillic censor [2] card to Nice headed from Serb & cancelled Bizerte /Tunisie cds (20 Apr) & with violet double framed Censure /Militare [3] card to Cannes headed from Colonel Prendites with fine cyrillic (4 Apr) cds & black framed Censure /Militaire Serbe, unframed Postes Serbes both tied by blue crayon Y .......3 items & good group. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$170
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