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|1868 G.B. Used Abroad - Porto - Rico|
PORTO RICO. 1868 outer wrapper to St. Thomas franked with a G.B. 4d, Plate 10, lettered 'GG', tied by an indifferent barred C61 canceller. A red PORTO – RICO PAID SP 27 68 datestamp is on the front of the wrapper, on the back is a St.Thomas 30.9.1868 arrival c.d.s.
|1876 G.B. Used Abroad - Mayaguez, Porto Rico|
PORTO RICO. 1876Envelope to France franked with a ½d Plate 6, 1/- Plate 12 (damaged top right corner) and a 1d Plate 185, tied by indistinct F85 cancellers of MAYAGUEZ with a datestamp of FE 25 76 below. London Paid 16 MR and Calais 16 MAR transit cancels are on the front of the cover, and a La Bazoche Grouet 17 MAR arrival c.d.s. is on the back.
|1877 G.B. Used Abroad - Porto Rico|
1877 folded letter to St. Thomas franked with a G.B. 4D, Plate 15, tied by a C61 barred obliterator of SAN JUAN, with a weak datestamp below. On the back is a St. Thomas AP 27 77 arrival cancel.
|1868 G.B. Used Abroad - Peru|
PERU. 1868 envelope to the U.S.A. franked with a Peru 10c and a G.B. 6D, Plate 6, tied by a barred C38 obliterator. A poor CALLAO JU 23 68 datestamp is alongside. A Panama JU 30 68 transit cancel is on the front of the cover along with a U.S. 'Steamship 10' handstamp.
|1874 G.B. Used Abroad - Mayaguez Porto Rico|
PORTO RICO. 1874 envelope to France endorsed 'Via England' franked with a G.B. 3d Plate 14 and a pair of 2d Plate 14 tied by barred F85 obliterators, with a MAYAGUEZ NO 25 74 datestamp to the left. A London Paid 14 DE transit and French 15 DEC ship transit datestamps are on the front, on the back is a 15 DEC 74 arrival c.d.s.
|1879 G.B. Used Abroad - Haiti|
HAITI. 1879 folded letter to St. Thomas, D.W.I. endorsed 'Pr Royal Mail', franked with a 4d sage-green, Plate 16, tied by a barred C59 obliterator with a red JACMEL JU 25 79 cancel below. On the back is a St. Thomas 28.6.1879 arrival cancel. A scarce stamp used from Haiti.
|1872 G.B. Used Abroad - Porto Rico|
1872 folded letter to New York, written from Arroyo, Porto Rico, on March 12, franked with a 4d Plate 12 tied by a barred C51 canceller of ST. THOMAS. A New York MAR 21 arrival c.d.s. is on the front of the letter.
|1873 G.B. Used Abroad - Porto Rico.|
PORTO RICO. 1873 (11 February) folded letter to New York bearing a 4d Plate 12 tied by a barred C61 canceller of San Juan. A St Thomas FE 13 73 transit c.d.s. is on the back and a New York FEB 22 arrival cancel is on the front of the letter.
|1868 G.B. Used Abroad - St Thomas|
ST. THOMAS. 1868 outer wrapper endorsed “Pr Tasmanian” to Glasgow franked with a 1/- Plate 4 tied by a barred C51 canceller. A London 12 MY arrival cancel is on the front, on the back are ST THOMAS AP 22 68 and Glasgow MY 12 68 arrival datestamps.
|1877 G.B. used abroad - Peru|
PERU. 1877 envelope to London bearing a Peru 10c and a G.B. 1/- Plate 12 and 6d Plate 15, tied by barred C38 cancellers of CALLAO with a backstamp of JY 15 77. A Richmond AU 14 77 arrival c.d.s. is also on the back of the cover.
|1873 G.B. Used Abroad|
PORTO RICO. 1873 outer wrapper to Madrid, Spain, franked with a 10d red-brown, lettered K E, cancelled with a 'C61' barred numeral canceller of SAN JUAN with a red PORTO RICO FE 12 73 datestamp to the right. A London 27 FE 73 transit cancel is also on the front of the wrapper. Fine.
1864 envelope to Sweden bearing a 1/-, 4d and 1d tied by A26 barred cancels with a GIBRALTAR DE 16 64 alongside. A London DE 31 64 transit cancel is on the front and Hamburg 2.1.65 transit and Sobra St. Banan3.1.65 arrival cancels are on the back. An attractive cover to an uncommon destination.
|1869 - Ecuador|
ECUADOR. 1869 folded letter to Barcelona, Spain, franked with a 2/-, 10d and 1d, paying the 2/11d rate. The stamps have been tied by barred 'C41' obliterators, with a GUAYAQUIL NO 10 1869 datestamp on the reverse. On the front of the letter are Panama & Transit NO 20 69 and London 13 DE 69 arrival cancellations. A magnificent and rare item of top exhibition quality.
|1867 - Valparaiso|
VALPARAISO, CHILE. 1867 registered envelope to DENMARK bearing a block of four 1/-, Plate 4, Emblems watermark, lettered KF-LG, cancelled by C30 barred obliterators and also tied by a red London Paid 15 MY 67 transit datestamp. On the reverse are Valparaiso 3.4.67 and Copenhagen 17.5. and 18.5.67 arrival datestamps. A few minor faults but a very rare and unpriced by Stanley Gibbons usage of these stamps in Chile. (SG Z82) 2011 B.P.A. Certificate.