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1970 envelope with a 5c cancelled ST JOHN'S 7 AP 70 that has a three line violet cachet 'POSTAGE PAID / MAIL DAMAGED BY EXCESSIVE RAIN / POSTMASTER' This cachet would have been applied in Antigua as the 5c stamp was the postage rate for internal mail. An interesting cover of which nothing else is known to date as to what happened other than the cachet's explanation.
|1935 Antigua / Leeward Islands|
1935 registered envelope to Canada franked with three Leeward Islands 1d's, a 2d and a 2½d Silver Jubilee stamps, cancelled ST. JOHNS ANTIGUA MY 6 35. On the back are Saint John N.B. MY 14, St. John & Montreal R.P.O. MY 14, Montreal & Toronto R.P.O. MY 15, Tor. Lon. & Windsor R.P.O. MY 15 and Brantford MY 15 35 transit and arrival cancels.
|1879 - Antigua|
1879 entire to Glasgow, franked with a pair of 6d blue – green, perf 14, each tied by A02 barred canceller. On the back is an Antigua MR 12 79 c.d.s. as well as a Glasgow Sorting Tender MR 29 79 arrival cancellation.
1903 picture post card of the aftermath of the Mt. Pelee volcanic eruption in 1902, to Denmark, bearing a Leeward Islands 1d cancelled Antigua FE 5 03. A Copenhagen 28 MR 03 arrival c.d.s. is on the card. Fine.