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[15425]  CYPRUS-USA...EOKA EMERGENCY with PROPAGANDA LABEL..  1952(Oct 7)
[15425]  CYPRUS-USA...EOKA EMERGENCY with PROPAGANDA LABEL..  1952(Oct 7)
[15425] CYPRUS-USA...EOKA EMERGENCY with PROPAGANDA LABEL.. 1952(Oct 7) Plain env to Tucson AZ fnkd GV1 4m tied Larnaca d/s & w/blue on white bi-lingual Greek/English Cyprus Claims Union with Greece label & w/on rev manu CCCC # 88 8/11/52 in red crayon presumably the arrival date..........Interesting rare item to USA seeking support for Enosis associated to the Eoka emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas
US$650
[15424]  CYPRUS-GB [EOKA EMERGENCY/REGISTERED/DELAYED MAIL]  1958(Jul 17)
[15424]  CYPRUS-GB [EOKA EMERGENCY/REGISTERED/DELAYED MAIL]  1958(Jul 17)
[15424] CYPRUS-GB [EOKA EMERGENCY/REGISTERED/DELAYED MAIL] 1958(Jul 17) Plain env registered to London fnkd 40m tied Registered Famagusta d/s & w/matching registration label No 6696 & w/on rev Registered Limassol [26 Jul] transit d/s delayed by the authorities in Cyprus for 9 days...............Interesting item of foreign mail delayed by the authorities in Cyprus during the height of the Eoka emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas
US$250
[15423]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/VISITING CARD for DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1958(Jul 4)
[15423]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/VISITING CARD for DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1958(Jul 4)
[15423]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/VISITING CARD for DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1958(Jul 4)
[15423] CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/VISITING CARD for DETAINEE/CENSORED] 1958(Jul 4) Printed brown [Form Prisons 6A] Detention Camp/Visiting Card w/oval Detention Camp/Kokkina Trimithia h/s in blue & signed by Camp Commandant then folded into a wrapper w/OHMS label to Famagusta from Detainee 99 requesting a visit to him between 8-13 July & w/on rev Famagusta [4 Jul] arrival d/s [Rare postal item from the Eoka emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas]
US$750
[15421]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/CHRISTMAS CARD/DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1957(Dec)
[15421]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/CHRISTMAS CARD/DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1957(Dec)
[15421]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/CHRISTMAS CARD/DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1957(Dec)
[15421] CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/CHRISTMAS CARD/DETAINEE/CENSORED] 1957(Dec) Christmas greetings card [unfortunately without env] to Interned Cypriot D.P. 89 in Nicosia Camp w/on rev circ Passed/Censor h/s in violet [Unusual item from the Eoka emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas]
US$300
[15419]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1957(Apr 16)
[15419]  CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/DETAINEE/CENSORED]  1957(Apr 16)
[15419] CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY/DETAINEE/CENSORED] 1957(Apr 16) Plain env to Interned Cypriot D.P. 544 in "B" Camp, Pyla fnkd 10m tied Nicosia d/s & w/circ Passed/Censor h/s in pinkish/violet & w/on rev Larnaca [16 Apr] arrival d/s [The Eoka emergency began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas]
US$500
[15426]  CYPRUS-GB [EOKA EMERGENCY/PANCYPRIAN PEACE COMMITTEE]  1951(Jun 6)
[15426]  CYPRUS-GB [EOKA EMERGENCY/PANCYPRIAN PEACE COMMITTEE]  1951(Jun 6)
[15426] CYPRUS-GB [EOKA EMERGENCY/PANCYPRIAN PEACE COMMITTEE] 1951(Jun 6) Bi-lingual The Pancyprian Peace Committee printed env by airmail to T.E.N, Driberg MP, House of Commons, London fnkd GV1 2p & 3p tied Nicosia d/s & w/blue on white label dipicting Dove of Peace hovering over island of Cyprus [Problems resulting from poor work conditions plus Turks & Greeks often working side by side with many Greek-Cypriots wanting unity with Greece was a recipe for disaster fueling the Eoka emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas]
US$450
[15415]  GB-CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY]  1958(Mar 15)
[15415]  GB-CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY]  1958(Mar 15)
[15415] GB-CYPRUS [EOKA EMERGENCY] 1958(Mar 15) Pictorial Visit Stampex '58 printed env to Nicosia fnkd 2d tied Stampex/London S.W.1 special d/s & w/Triangle within Circle censor h/s in black [This censor device was apparently 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 negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas]
US$130
[15420]  CYPRUS….1956 EOKA EMERGENCY to INTERNEE in NICOSIA CAMP…  1956 (Feb 3)
[15420]  CYPRUS….1956 EOKA EMERGENCY to INTERNEE in NICOSIA CAMP…  1956 (Feb 3)
[15420] CYPRUS….1956 EOKA EMERGENCY to INTERNEE in NICOSIA CAMP… 1956 (Feb 3) Plain envelope to Interned Cypriot D.P. 89 in Nicosia Camp bearing QE 11 definitive 5m with 2 more adhesives being neatly removed by Censors looking for hidden messages with space tied mauve circular Passed/Censor hand stamp with alongside pencil manuscript 3/2/56 & on reverse Nicosia (4 Feb) arrival cds.................. Interesting item of censorship from the EOKA Emergency that began with problems as early as 1952 but officially started 1 Apr 1955 with a cease fire negociated on 13 March 1959 & Independence granted 16 Aug 1960 with the British retaining 2 Sovereign Base Areas
US$650
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