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1927 30c registration envelope to Germany additionally franked on the back with 2 x 40c cancelled TANGA. A purple 'INSURED' label has been affixed with Shs 100/= endorsed in manuscript, and a further deep red 'INSURED' label has been attached at the right. A red manuscript 'Insured for sh: 100 (one hundred only) has been written above the label. A registration label with 'Tanga / 9.83 written in blue crayon is also on the front of the envelope. Fine and a very uncommon cover with two different insured labels.
1922 picture post card (Church of England, Dar-es-Salaam) to London, bearing a 'Giraffe' 15c cancelled DAR ES SALAAM 9 AU 1922. Fine.
1927 30c registered envelope to Germany with a 'Giraffe' 25c added cancelled DAR-ES-SALAAM 10 JA 1927. A Berlin 11.2.27. arrival c.d.s. is on the back.
1923 15c + 15c reply paid card overprinted 'SPECIMEN'. Fine.
|1918 British East Africa|
1918 censored envelope to Switzerland franked with a pair of 6c and a 3c, cancelled WILHELMSTAL 16 MY 18. On the back is an 'OPENED BY CENSOR / UNDER / MARTIAL LAW.' label that has been tied by a 'Passed Censor, C. T. Dsm.' handstamp, with a similar strike on the front of the cover.
1923 unused 15c postal stationery card. Fine.
1923 15c SPECIMEN post card. Fine.
1926 15c postal card to Germany cancelled ARUSHA 8 OC 1926. Minor gum staining at the foot. .
1933 envelope, with original contents, to Denmark bearing a 30c cancelled by the railway post office TAB KGO TPO 5 DE 1933 datestamp. On the reverse is a DARESSALAAM – KIGOMA T.P.O. N0 1 cancel of the same date. This canceller was used on the TABORA – KIGOMA line and came in to service in March 1933 (Proud D1) A few minor cover creases from having the contents in for so many years, otherwise fine and uncommon.
1935 internal air mail envelope to Dar es Salaam franked with two 15c and a 5c cancelled LUSHOTO 9 AP 35. On the reverse are Moshi 10 AP, Dodoma 13 AP and Dar es Salaam 16 AP 35 transit and arrival cancels.