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1946 Pitcairn Islands - 1946 envelope to England, franked with a 1d cancelled PITCAIRN ISLAND POST OFFICE NOV 46. Commercial and correctly franked at the 1d rate.
1946 Pitcairn Islands
1946 envelope to England, franked with a 1d cancelled PITCAIRN ISLAND POST OFFICE NOV 46. Commercial and correctly franked at the 1d rate.
£28.00
Reference: K2179

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1930 Pitcairn Island - 1930 envelope to Norfolk Island bearing a New Zealand 1d cancelled by a very fine strike of the  PITCAIRN ISLAND N. Z. POSTAL AGENCY 12 DEC 30 datestamp. On the back is a Norfolk Island 5 FE 31 arrival cancel. Fine, an uncommon destination.
1930 Pitcairn Island
1930 envelope to Norfolk Island bearing a New Zealand 1d cancelled by a very fine strike of the PITCAIRN ISLAND N. Z. POSTAL AGENCY 12 DEC 30 datestamp. On the back is a Norfolk Island 5 FE 31 arrival cancel. Fine, an uncommon destination.
£375.00
Reference: K1689

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1918 - 1918 envelope to England endorsed in red ink at the top left Posted at Pitcairn Island. On the reverse is an Auckland 14 MY 18. transit datestamp. A Maryport 4 JY 18 arrival cancellation is on the front. The envelope was then forwarded on to Liverpool. An extremely rare forerunner to the Posted at Pitcairn Island, No Stamps Available handstamp that came into use in 1920. Prior to that, any mail emanating from the Pitcairn Islands had to have a manuscript notation stating it was from the Pitcairn Islands to pass through the postal system free of charge. A superb exhibition item.
1918
1918 envelope to England endorsed in red ink at the top left 'Posted at Pitcairn Island'. On the reverse is an Auckland 14 MY 18. transit datestamp. A Maryport 4 JY 18 arrival cancellation is on the front. The envelope was then forwarded on to Liverpool. An extremely rare forerunner to the 'Posted at Pitcairn Island, No Stamps Available' handstamp that came into use in 1920. Prior to that, any mail emanating from the Pitcairn Islands had to have a manuscript notation stating it was from the Pitcairn Islands to pass through the postal system free of charge. A superb exhibition item.
£2200.00
Reference: AW0738

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