1841 2d plate 4 in deep full blue shade strip of three tied to London cover by 1844-type black and traces of BLUE cancellation with superb margins to encroaching SW of stamp IA plus adjacent stamps showing below stamp IC. Two backstamps dated 10.2.53 & 11.2.53. Scarce. SG Spec ES15wa/wb
Backstamped circular 'ET Au-30 1847' in brown plus Cheltenham receiver in blue. Filing crease. It is worth noting that Fleet Street nowadays is in the London district of EC4. Very interesting reading.
1851 cover to Chester with 1d red imperf tied by SCARCE DULL BLUE-GREEN SHADE NUMERAL CANCELLATION. Backstamped Holywell and Chester cancels of 25.9.1851. Wrinkle through stamp.
1857 (January) cover to Dover with transitional 1d orange-brown (Die I, Alpha III, Large Crown I, Perf 14) on yellowish to cream paper tied by HULL SPOON of 29.1.1857. Backflap missing
1d embossed with date plugs 22.10.72 and head from Die 161. Envelope is complete unused and sealed with pre-printed address to recipient in Gloucester. Unusual and in nice condition.
1895 1d lilac mourning cover from Manchester to Stoke Newington, London with original contents. Backstamped London N C7 August 22 1895 in red.
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