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1911 envelope to Los Angeles, U.S.A. bearing a pair of 1d's and a ½d cancelled VICTORIA JY 7 11. A scarce village cancel.
1894 registered envelope to England franked with a tete-beche pair of 1d's and a 2½d each individually cancelled GRENADA SP 20 94. A Birmingham 3 OC 94 arrival c.d.s. is on the back. A fine commercial usage of the tete-beche stamps.
1935 envelope to the U.S.A. Endorsed 'Via Trinidad' franked with a Silver Jubilee 1d and 1½d each tied by SAUTEURS OC 24 35 datestamps. A straight line' St. Patrick's, Grenada' handstamp is also on the front of the cover.
1898 registered envelope to Bradford, England, bearing a ½d and a 4d on TWO SHILLINGS, each tied by ST GEORGE'S GRENADA AP 28 98 datestamps. A further strike of this cancellation is to the left of the cover. On the back is a Bradford MY 12 98 arrival c.d.s. An unusual franking cover.
1936 envelope to the USA with a 2½d cancelled ST. PAUL'S 3 MR 36 with another similar strike beneath. On the back is a G.P.O. Grenada 3 MR 36 transit cancel. Backflap is missing but an uncommon village cancellation.
1948 3d Registered Envelope, size ‘G’ to the USA with a 6d added, cancelled GRENVILLE 13 JU 48. A ‘Collect 10c Postage Due for Customs Service’ handstamp is on the front of the cover and a U.S. 10c postage due stamp has been affixed and tied by pencil. On the reverse are G.P.O. Grenada 19 JU and New York and Jamaica New York JUN 29 48 transit and arrival cancels. Fine.
1904 2d registered envelope with an additional 1d added, cancelled by a fine strike of the scarce village cancel, ST. DAVID's AU 10 04, with another strike alongside. On the reverse are St George's AU 11 04 and London 25 AU 04 datestamps. Fine and scarce.
1906 2d registered envelope to France with additional 2d and ½d added to pay the 4½d rate, cancelled St George JY 18 06. An arrival c.d.s. 6.8.06 is on the reverse. Fine.
1942 censored envelope to New York bearing a ½d and 3d, tied by a c.d.s. of 12 SE 42. At the left is a P.C.90 censor tape with 'Opened by Examiner S S 3', the '3' in red crayon. Fine.
1942 censored envelope to New York bearing a ½d, 1d and 2d tied by ST. GEORGES 11 FE 42 datestamps. The cover has been censored and resealed at the left with provisional tape with 'OPENED BY CENSOR' handstamped on and a red crayon '5', denoting the censor's number. Fine and uncommon.
1960 envelope from DOMINICA to Canada franked with a 24c, cancelled G.P.O. DOMINICA 16 AU 60 that went inadvertently to Granada where a MISSENT TO GRENADA handstamp was applied. On the reverse is a Grenada 22 AU 60 datestamp. Fine and uncommon.