1887 1d Lilac die 2 (16 dots). Envelope from KETTERING to SHREWSBURY tied by Kettering duplex for MY.21.87. with very fine illustration of machinery on reverse advertising T.W. Weston Royal Iron Works. SG 172
Ref. 51058 £55.00
1888 1d Lilac die 2 (16 dots). Small neat envelope sealed by delightful butterfly advertising Minnie Palmer's "My Sweet Heart" (tied by London W.C. CDS). Sent from EDINBURGH to LONDON cancelled by "131" duplex JY.16.88. SG 172
Ref. 51057 £75.00
1881 1d Lilac die 2 (16 dots). Small neat advertising envelope addressed to Arbroath for Joseph Hall & Co, Engineers, Leeds illustrating "Blacking Machine", also 4 superb illustrations of different machines on reverse. SG 172
Ref. 51059 £55.00
1906 DLR 1d scarlet. Superb advertising envelope sent from WESTON-SUPER-MARE to ENNIS for Warrilow & Co Cycle and Motor Manufacturers illustrating "Humber" motor car, and good illustration and company information on reverse. Weston-Super-Mare FE.8.06 CDS SG 219
Ref. 51060 £95.00
1905 De la Rue 1d scarlet. Fantastic advertising envelope sent from LONDON to HAY for The STandard Elite Maufacturing Co, Cycle & Skate Maufacturers illustration Price's Racing Skate, also superb illustration of "The Elite Skate...Best in the World" on r everse. SG 219
Ref. 51061 £65.00
2½d Blue. Delightful advertising envelope sent from WALSALL to STOCKHOLM for John Dewsbury & Son Ltd, Manufaturers of Bits, Stirrups, Spurs... illustrating their "1525 Climax Mouth Gag" with "OPENED BY CENSOR" label . SG 372
Ref. 51062 £65.00
1938 Dark Colours 2/- blue booklet No. 503. A very fine "Skeleton" booklet (no stamps attached) with various thematic advertising including Tennis, Golf and Fishing etc. SG BD12
Ref. 49990 £25.00
1943 Light Colours 2/6d green booklet No. 162. A very fine "Skeleton" booklet (no stamps attached) with fantastic "SUNBEAM The best bicycle money can buy" illustrated advertising interleaf. SG BD17
Ref. 49989 £45.00
1943 Light Colours 2/6d green booklet dated October, 1943. A very fine "Skeleton" booklet (no stamps attached) with fantastic war time advertising including designs by Oscar Berger. SG BD18(2)
Ref. 49988 £20.00
The Philatelic Review. A complete set of 21 issues published by Candlish McCleery Ltd between 1977 and 1982. Full of GB related articles including much original research and generously illustrated throughout. Including inland P&P.
1935 circa Airmail propaganda label. An u/m example designed by T. Lee Elliott for Imperial Airways in black/red/blue on white gummed paper. (Europe, India,Africa).
Ref. 44623 £15.00
1910c Leather Bound silver mounted Telegram Form holder. A black leather bound folder with hallmarked silver corner mounts as sold by the Junior Army and Navy Stores Ltd, complete with original pencil and almost complete pad of telegram forms.
Ref. 38258 £225.00
1934c GWR Air Mail Etiquette. A pristine example in black on white thin paper with "GWR" top left and "Air Services" lower right. Scarce!
Ref. 33822 £45.00
1935 Airmail propaganda label. An u/m example in orange/dark blue/blue on white gummed paper "for Egypt, Iraq & India".
Ref. 48761 £10.00
1932 "BY AIR MAIL" blue-violet labels. An u/m complete sheet of 84 (7 x 12) ref P.25G printed by Bishop & Sons Ltd., Edinburgh. Rouletted and with imprint block at lower left corner "(4?6) Wt. 920-1512 4000 sheets 5/32 B. & S. Ltd. G49/25A." Rare!
Ref. 29115 £85.00
1990 Air Mail label sheet of 36 printed by Aydon Silver Ltd. A superb complete sheet with excellent printer's repair - 50mm red tape on reverse and 25mm red tape diagonally affixed affecting seventeen labels but cleared between labels. Rare!
Ref. 28453 £55.00
1989 Air Mail label sheet of 36 printed by Remploy Ltd on PVA gummed paper. A complete IMPERFORATE sheet ref 132859 10/89 REM, P25(a). Rare!
Ref. 28452 £95.00
1914 Post Office Notice. 'CHRISTMAS SEASON' 'POST EARLY' a superb pristine complete notice for London Postal Service.
Ref. 28008 £35.00
1935 circa Airmail propaganda label. An u/m example designed by T. Lee-Elliot in red/blue on white gummed paper complete with selvedge.
Ref. 45382 £5.00
1927 circa Post Office Savings Bank. A complete Savings Book including on page 1 two Profile Head 1/- blue & brown savings stamps affixed by "Stockport" CDS dated 14th February, 1927.