The "Dubois" Collection of Jamaica Postal History and Stamps - Part I - conducted behind closed doors

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The "Dubois" Collection of Jamaica Postal History and Stamps - Part I - conducted behind closed doors

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Spink London

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Thursday 19th November 2020 - 12:00pm  

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Tuesday 3 November 2020 at 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
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Wednesday 4 November 2020 by appointment only


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The "Dubois" collection of Jamaica Postal History and Stamps, to be offered in two parts, is without doubt the finest ever put together. Formed over almost forty years ranges from 1655, with the earliest recorded example of Jamaica postal history in private hands, to 1970. The collection features a remarkable range of pre-stamp postal history, outstanding Great Britain used in Jamaica and issued stamps with delightful essays, proofs and printing errors, including the unique 1920 1/- corner pair with frame inverted.

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1655 Officer's Letter from Jamaica to LondonThe Earliest Recorded Example of Jamaican Postal History in Private Hands1655 (9 July) entire letter from Charles Sparke, an officer within Oliver Cromwell's Army during the Caribbean Campaign of the Anglo-Spanish War of 1655-1660, to his brother Arthur in London; the address panel inscribed "To his ever Loving Brother one Arthur Sparke theis in Chancery Lane opositt to Lincolnes In att.Mr. Turno's house London" with a notation inside “I desired Mr.Stott the bearer hearof to present my petition to ye…”; the contents of the letter giving a first-hand...

The Catastrophic Earthquake of June 1692 and the destruction of Port RoyalThe Remarkable First Hand Account by James Wale at Port Morant1692 (June) entire letter from James Wale, first British appointed Deputy Postmaster of Jamaica, to his cousin "Mr. Richard Ruding in London", and in another hand, "at the sign of the Star in Basing Lane", rated "2" from arrival port to London and with "fe/2" Bishop mark on reverse. The contents include "The 7th. day of June last hapned a most terrible and unheard of Earthquake by which was destroyed by Computation 3000 souls and the Towne of Port-Royall did...

17th. Century Overseas Letters Carried Privately1676 (5 May) entire letter from Sir Richard Hopkins "To The Honourable Sir Thomas Modyford, Baronett, in the island of Jamaica in America". PhotoNote: Sir Thomas Modyford was appointed Governor of Jamaica in February 1664. Under him the island was divided into Parishes.Under his rule the island prospered though he was said to 'Council in the Kings Name' with pirates and buccaneers, particularly Sir Henry MorganSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

17th. Century Overseas Ship Letters1675 (20 May) entire letter from Sir Thomas Modyford, Governor of the Island, to Sir Richard Hopkins in London, headed "Jamayca" and carried courtesy of Capt. Molesworth outside the post. Photo Note: Modyford was the son of a mayor of Exeter with family connections to the Duke of Albemarle, who emigrated to Barbados as a young man with other family members in 1647, in the opening stages of the English Civil War. He had £1,000 for a down payment on a plantation and £6,000 to commit in the next three years. Modyford soon was dominant in Barbados island politic...

17th. Century Overseas Ship Letters1679 (12 Aug.) entire letter "p g(alley) Welcom, Joseph Batholomew Ma(ster)" to Lawrence Crabb Mart in Love Lane in London, triple rated "9d" from port of landing to London over 80 miles, "oc/29" Bishop mark on reverse; contents include "I enclose for thee, Bill of lading and Invoice". Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversInternal1861 (22 Aug.) "Money Letter V173" entire letter from Black River to Kingston, bearing 6d. lilac pair both cancelled "A30" and showing despatch and arrival (24.8) datestamps at foot. A rare franking of 6d. postage and 6d. for a registered money letter. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversInternal1863 (1 Jan.) entire letter from Rio Magno, near Spanish Town, to Kingston by the Leeward Road, bearing marginal 1d. pale blue neatly cancelled "A76" and showing circular-framed "Too late" TL5 handstamp, Spanish Town (1.1) and Kingston (2.1) datestamps, all on face. An apparent special 1d. local rate and with the Too Late handstamp applied due to the late posting at Spanish Town and consequent late arrival at Kingston. Most unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversInternal1864 (14 July) "Circular" wrapper from Lucea to Montego Bay, bearing 1d. pale blue bisected diagonally and cancelled with superb "A49", despatch datestamp at lower left corner, arrival datestamp (21.7) on reverse; fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversInternal1866 (19 May) envelope from Morant Bay to the Postmaster-General's Office in Spanish Town, bearing 2d. rose unofficially bisected diagonally and lightly cancelled "A57", two arrival datetamps (19.5) alongside, Kingston datestamp (19.5) on reverse; cover reduced at left and both postmarks crossed by tear, nevertheless a rare bisect franking. Photoprovenance:SutcliffeJoseph M. Mahfood, January 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversInternal1868 (21 Feb.) "Book post" wrapper (185x80mm.) from Kingston to Spanish Town, bearing 1d. deep blue bisected diagonally, cancelled "A01" and additionally tied by "too late" TL3 handstamp, arrival datestamp at foot, despatch datestamp on reverse. A late use of this Too Late handstamp last recorded by Foster used on 22 February. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversInternal1869 (25 May) envelope (with contents) from Old Harbour to Newport Post Office, bearing 3d. "blue"-green cancelled "A61" with despatch datestamp at left and arrival datestamp on reverse, and 1870 (7 Sept.) envelope from Port Morant to Kingston Post Office bearing 1d. pale blue strip of three (one with light brown mark) each neatly cancelled "A65" and with despatch and arrival (8.9) datestamps on reverse. An attractive pair of the 3d. up to 30 miles rate, effective 1 January 1865Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Afghanistan1867 (8 Jan.) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Peshawar, Cabul, bearing 1d. pale blue, 4d. orange-brown and 6d. lilac pair, all cancelled "A42" and with "gordon town" P5 datestamp at left, rated "1/4" in magenta ink, large manuscript "1", London Paid (1.2) and Peshawar (12.3) datestamps in red, all on face, Kingston (8.1), Bombay and Lahore (11.3) datestamps on reverse; minor imperfections though an attractive three-colour franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Co...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Afghanistan1867 (24 Sept.) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Cabul, bearing 1d. pale blue, 4d. orange-brown and 6d. lilac (2) thrice cancelled "A42", showing "1/4" in magenta ink and manuscript "1" accountancy marking alongside London Paid (14.10) transit datestamp, Gordon Town, Kingston (24.9), Bombay (26.10) and Lahore (1.12|) datestamps on reverse; small adhesive imperfections though an attractive franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Afghanistan1867 (26 Nov.) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Kingston to Peshawar, Cabul, rated "1/4" and bearing 2d. rose, 3d. green and 4d.orange-brown strip of three (two defective at top) all neatly cancelled "A01", showing London Paid datestamp alongside "1d" accountancy handstamp and upon arrival redirected to Nowshera, the reverse with Kingston, Bombay (24.1), Lahore, Peshawar (30.1 in red and 1.2 in black) and Nowshera datestamps. A most attractive three colour franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information pleas...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Afghanistan1868 (24 May) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Nowshera, Cabul, bearing 2d. rose (corner fault) and 6d. lilac strip of three (minor stains) all cancelled "A42", paid 1/8d. though marked "1/4", manuscript "1" and with London Paid (15.6) datestamp alongside large manuscript "1" in red crayon, the reverse with despatch, Kingston (24.5), Sea Post Office (1.6), Lahore (23.6) and Nowshera (25.6) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Belgium1869 (7 Sept.) envelope from Kingston to Mons, bearing 3d. green and 1/- dull brown (slight soiling) both neatly cancelled "A01", manuscript "1/2" deleted, London Paid datestamp (27.9) and circular-framed "pd", all in red on face, Kingston (7.9) and Mons (27.9) datestamps on reverse; most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo British Honduras1865 (6 Feb.) envelope front "p RMS Rosario" to Belize, bearing 3d. green pair cancelled "A01" and with despatch datestamp and manuscript "4" in red crayon alongside. A rare destination. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Cape Province, South Africa1869 (21 May) envelope from Mandeville to Alice, bearing 1d. pale blue, 4d. red-orange, 6d. lilac and 1/- dull brown all placed sideways and neatly cancelled "A52", showing "1/4" rate mark in magenta ink, London Paid datestamp, "1d" accountancy handstamp, Cape Town (27.2) datestamp and Alice oval datestamp (5.8), all on face, despatch and Kingston (22.5) datestamps on reverse; a few perforation imperfections though a very rare and attractive four-colour franking to a most unusual destination. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Prem...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo France1872 (10 July) printed "Jamaica Mercantile Intelligencer" from Kingston to Le Havre, showing large manuscript "1" in red crayon and bearing 1d. pale blue most unusually cancelled with Calais entry datestamp and with circular-framed "pd" alongside, both in red and with arrival datestamp (20.7) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Germany1866 (8 Oct.) envelope from Montego Bay to Herrnhut, Saxony, rated "2/8" and bearing 1d. blue (2), 1d. deep blue, 2d. rose pair, 3d. green and 1/- yellow-brown (2) all cancelled "A66", showing London Paid datestamp (29.10) and with the two 1d. pale blue additionally tied by "(aus england per aachen)/franco" double-ring datestamp in blue and London Paid datestamp (29.10), despatch and Kingston (10.10) datestamps on reverse; a couple of the adhesives with faults though a fabulous and outstanding four-colour franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Pre...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo India1861 (8 Sept.) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Hazareebaugh, Bengal, bearing 6d. lilac pair both neatly cancelled "A42" and with London Paid transit datestamp (30.9), large handstruck "1d" and manuscript "11" accountancy mark in red crayon alongside, despatch, Kingston (8.9), Calcutta (16.11) and arrival (18.11) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo India1865 (24 May) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Bareilly, bearing 2d. rose, 3d. green and 6d. lilac pair (imperforate at left and light edge soiling) all nearly cancelled "A42", showing "1d" accountancy handstamp and London Paid datestamp (16.6) on face, Gordon Town, Kingston (24.5), Agra (15.7) and Bareilly (17.7) datestamps on reverse. A most attractive three-colour franking. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo India1865 (24 Oct.) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Bareilly, bearing 1d. pale blue, 2d. rose pair and 6d. lilac (2, one defective) all cancelled "A42", rated "1/4" and "1" in red crayon and with London Paid datestamp (16.11) at centre, the reverse with despatch, Kingston (24.10), Bombay (29.12), Agra and Bareilly (4.1) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo India1869 (24 Apr.) envelope ex the Lieut. Col. Kent correspondence from Gordon Town to Agra, bearing 3d. green and 6d. lilac pair and a single (corner fault) all neatly cancelled "A42" and showing deleted rate mark alongside manuscript "1" accountancy mark in red crayon and London Paid (14.5), Gordon Town, Sea Post Office (29.5) and Agra (4.6) datestamps on reverse. Most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo India1869 (25 Aug.) envelope ex the Lieut. Col. Kent correspondence from Gordon Town "Via Southampton" to Agra, bearing 2d., rose, 3d. green and 1/- dull brown all cancelled "A42" and showing light "insufficiently/paid" handstamp of unknown origin, two "more-to-pay" D1a handstamps alongside manuscript "3", London Paid datestamp, manuscript "1/4" in red crayon and India 3a.4p. postage due handstamp; faults in places with part of the franking rebacked though a rare and most unusual cover from this correspondence. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo New South Wales, Australia1871 (9 Mar.) envelope from Chapelton to H.M. Ship Basilisk at Sydney, rated "1/4" in red crayon and bearing 1/- dull brown in combination with watermark CC 2d. rose and 3d. green, each cancelled "A33" and with London Paid datestamp below, Kingston datestamp (9.3) on reverse; flap and seal area missing and a little soiled though a rare and most unusual franking of fine appearance. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Spain1869 (4 Aug.) entire from Kingston "p Triumph" to Bilbao, bearing 2d. rose, 3d. green and 1/- dull brown all cancelled "A01" and showing rate mark in magenta ink, London Paid datestamp (14.8), "2d" accountancy mark and circular-framed "pd" handstamp, all in red; most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo Trinidad1861 (11 Mar.) entire from Kingston per "Swift", bearing 4d. orange-brown neatly cancelled "A01" and with despatch datestamp alongside, St.Thomas (16.3) and arrival (22.3) datestamps on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1861 (8 July) entire letter from St. Ann's Bay "Per W.I. Mail" to London, bearing wing-margin 6d. dull lilac cancelled "A73" and additionally tied by London Paid datestamp (29.7) alongside, part despatch datestamp at left, Kingston transit datestamp (9.7) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1861 (23 July) mourning envelope from Rodney Hall to Douglas, Isle of Man, bearing 6d. lilac (bend at foot) lightly cancelled "A71" and additionally tied by London Paid datestamp (13.8) in red, despatch datestamp with month in manuscript at left, Kingston (24.7) and arrival (14.8) datestamps on reverse. An unusual destination. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1862 (8 Jan.) quadruple rate envelope from Kingston "via Southampton" to Great Marlow, bearing 6d. lilac block of four each cancelled "A01" and with despatch and arrival (30.1) datestamps on reverse; the block with a few small imperfections though a very scarce franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1862 (7 Feb.) entire from Savannah La Mar to Liverpool, bearing 6d. lilac initialled in manuscript due to the loss or damage of the "A75" obliterator around June 1861 and cancelled "A01" at Kingston in transit. A rare provisional usage. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1862 (23 May) underpaid entire letter (220x100mm.) from Montego Bay to London, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled "A57" and additionally tied by circular-framed "more/to/pay" handstamp in red, underpaid by 6d. and with a boxed "short paid/fine" handstamp originally completed for 6d. and 3d., though the 3d. fine recognised as an error and corrected to 6d. for a total fine of 1/- with the original fine figure of "9" deleted by pen, and Kingston datestamp (24.5), despatch and London (12.6) datestamps on reverse. A most unusual underpaid cover....

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1862 (9 July) envelope from Kingston "p R.M. Steamer" to London, bearing 2d. rose strip of three (one with faults at foot) cancelled with four "A01" duplex and with London Paid datestamp (28.7) at left additionally tying the strip. Attractive. Photoprovenance:Charlton Henry, April/December 1961Dale Lichtenstein, September 1990Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1863 (24 May) entire letter, headed "Millyfield Pen", from St. Ann's Bay to London, bearing wing-margin 1/- purple-brown (light filing crease) cancelled "A73" with Kingston (24.4) and London Paid (13.5) datestamps alongside, despatch datestamp at left. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1863 (24 Sept.) envelope from Kingston to Ryde, Isle of Wight, bearing 1/- purple-brown cancelled "A01" and with despatch datestamp alongside, upon arrival redirected to Ilfracombe with 1d. rose-red, partially overlapping the 1/- and cancelled by "660" duplex, the reverse with Ryde (14.10), Southampton (14.10), Barnstaple (15.10) and Ilfracombe (15.10) datestamps. A most attractive redirected franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1864 (17 Sept.) envelope "By first ship letter mail" from Salt Gut to Scotland, bearing 1d. pale blue and wing-margin 2d. rose both cancelled "A74", showing "jamaica/ship letter" handstamp (SL5) with Liverpool Ship Letter tombstone datestamp below and alongside "1½" accountancy handstamp, both in red. despatch and arrival datestamps on reverse; minor ageing around the adhesives though an attractive franking of the 3d. private ship letter rate. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Bu...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1865 (23 Jan.) entire from Vere to Derby, bearing 1d. pale blue wing-margin strip of six and 3d. green vertical wing-margin pair all cancelled "A78", London Paid (13.2) datestamp below, Kingston (24.1), Derby (13.2) and Ashbourne (14.2) datestamps on reverse. A most attractive franking of the 1/- rate. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1865 (8 June) envelope from Kingston to Ryde, Isle of Wight, bearing 1/- yellow-brown cancelled with "A01" duplex, London Paid datestamp (28.6) at left, arrival datestamp (29.6) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1867 (8 Feb.) soldier's envelope "From No. 295 Lance Corpl. John Mc.Neill 2nd. Battn. 6th. Regt" at Kingston to Colchester, countersigned by the Commanding Officer and bearing 1d. pale blue very lightly cancelled and with "1" handstamp in orange over-cancelled by London Paid alongside, upon arrival redirected to Dublin and showing despatch datestamp (2.3) and very large "1d" redirection fee handstamp, the reverse (no flap) with Kingston (8.2), Colchester and "h&k pakt" datestamps. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1867 (20 Feb.) entire letter from Mc.Dowell & Barclay of Kingston "p Bolivar" to Ashbourne, Derby, bearing 3d. green paying the Private Ship Letter rate and lightly cancelled "A01", showing despatch datestamp, "1½" accountancy handstamp, "jamaica/ship letter" and Liverpool Ship Letter tombstone datestamp (24.3), all on face; most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1869 (21 Jan.) quadruple rate envelope (220x92mm.) from Black River to Bristol, inscribed "Musgrave St. Elizabeth" and bearing 6d. deep purple pair and 1/- dull brown all neatly cancelled "A30", showing boxed "short paid/fine" completed for "1/-" and "6" respectively, eventually apparently charged "2/-", London circular-framed "more/to/pay" and Bristol "ch" Inspector's mark, despatch, Kingston and arrival (11.2) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1870 (8 Oct.) double rate envelope (220x110mm.) ex the FitzHerbert correspondence from Morant Bay by "packet" to Ashbourne, Derbyshire, bearing 1/- dull brown (2), one clearly cancelled "A57", the other very lightly cancelled, the reverse with Kingston (9.10) and Ashbourne (31.10) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1870 (8 Sept.) envelope ex the Lieut. Col. Kent correspondence at Gordon Town to the 77th. Regt. at Portsmouth, bearing 6d. deep violet pair twice cancelled "A42" and with despatch double-arc P5, Kingston (8.9) and Portsmouth (26.9) datestamps on reverse. An attractive cover from the same correspondence as much that goes to India. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United Kingdom1873 (10 Feb.) envelope ex the Bernardy correspondence from Kingston "Via Liverpool" to London, bearing 1d. pale blue strip of three lightly cancelled "A01" and showing framed "1½" accountancy handstamp, "jamaica/ship mail" (10.2), light Liverpool Ship tombstone (18.3) and Ship Letter London Paid (19.3) datestamps, all in red on face, the reverse with Kingston (10.2) and London (19.3) datestamps; most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United States of America1860 (1 Dec.) entire from Kingston " p Steamer Zulu" to New York, bearing 2d. rose pair each neatly cancelled "A01" and with circular-framed "steamship/10" incoming ship postage charge handstamp at foot, the reverse with beautiful "eh" red wax seal alongside the despatch datestamp (1.12); most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United States of America1861 (4 Jan.) envelope from Old Harbour to Vinalhaven, Maine, bearing 1d. blue wing margin pair and single, and 4d. orange in combination with U.S. 3c. red-brown (light crease), each cancelled "A61" and with circular-framed "steamship/10" incoming ship postage charge handstamp additionally tying the 4d. and 10c., Old Harbour and Kingston (5.1) datestamps on reverse. A rare combination franking with the 3c. probably affixed to prepay the U.S. inland postage. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view T...

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United States of America1863 (2 Apr.) envelope (a little truncated at left) from Black River to Cincinnati, bearing 4d. orange-brown wing-margin pair both cancelled "A30" and with lightly inked circular-framed "steamship/10" inward US ship postage charge handstamp below, despatch and Kingston (4.4) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleCoversTo United States of America1866 (2 Feb.) envelope from Richmond to Ontario County, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac clearly cancelled "A79" and additionally tied by circular-framed "steamship/10" US inward Ship postage charge handstamp, despatch and Kingston (3.2) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs1d. State 3 (final), in black on glazed card (60x92mm.), fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs2d. State 8 (final), in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs3d. State 5 (final), in black on glazed card (60x92mm.), fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs3d. State 4 (short front leaves in wreath and chignon redrawn) in an unissued state with no dashes either side of the stars, in green on glazed card (92x60mm.) dated "June 2, 1863", numbered "2439" and initialled "JW"; fine and very rare in any colour other than black. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Joseph M. Mahfood, January 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs4d. State 6 with uncleared corner spandrels, stamp-size in black on glazed card, fine. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs4d. State 7 (final), in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs6d. State 6 (final), in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "Sept. 14-60". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleDie Proofs1/- State 7 (final), in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "Sept. 11-60". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleImperforate Imprimaturs4d. orange upper left corner example with "30ct 1860" pencil notation in top margin, large part original gum; fresh, fine and unusual, possibly being used as a colour sample for another country. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleImperforate Imprimaturs1/- yellow-brown block of four from the right of the sheet with "maica pos" marginal inscription, part original gum; crease between stamps and margin. A scarce and attractive multiple of these proofs. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsSmall Seriffed Type, Samuel D82d. rose, 6d. lilac and 1/- brown, each imperforate at left, all handstamped at centre and affixed to piece ex the De La Rue day book of August 1867. A unique trio. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsSmall Seriffed Type, Samuel D81/- dull brown with wing-margin at right, handstamped in blue, large part original gum. Rare and believed to be one of only two examples recorded. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsMedium Seriffed Type, Samuel J21d. blue, 2d. rose, 4d. orange, 6d. lilac and 1/- dull brown (wing-margin) horizontal pairs, and 3d. green single, all handstamped diagonally inverted or vertical (6d.) with a full stop and one 1/- with overprint double, fresh mint; one 6d. with defective corner, and a few other small faults though a rare group. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsLarge Sans-Serif Type, Samuel D22d. rose imperforate strip of six from the foot of the sheet with complete imprint, fine with large part original gum; some creasing in lower margin though a rare multiple. Photoprovenance:Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsLarge Sans-Serif Type, Samuel D24d. orange imperforate block of twelve (6x2, comprising two strips of six rejoined) with margins at both sides and "tage stamp" imprint at left, large part original gum; traces of creasing, otherwise fine and a rare multiple. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsLarge Sans-Serif Type, Samuel D26d. lilac, imperforate and marginal from the top of the sheet, fresh mint; crease between stamp and margin. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleSpecimen StampsLarge Sans-Serif Type, Samuel D21/- purple-brown with wing-margin at left, variety pronounced double print, part original gum; light horizontal crease, otherwise fine and very unusual. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976 Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps1d. pale blue block of eight (4x2), fresh mint with the upper row lightly mounted and the lower row unmounted. very fine. S.G. 1. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps1d. pale greenish blue block of nine, fresh mint with most remaining unmounted. A scarce and attractive multiple of this scarce shade. S.G. 1a. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps1d. blue block of twelve (2x6) with sheet margin at left and wing-margin at right, large part original gum; one with a small tone mark in lower right corner, otherwise fresh and fine. A rare and impressive multiple, S.G. 1b. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps1d. deep blue lower right corner block of thirty (6x5) with marginal inscriptions at right and at foot, fresh with large part original gum, three horizontal rows remaining unmounted; centre horizontal row and margin at foot with creases barely affecting the fine appearance of this large block. The rarest of the 1d. shades and an impressive showpiece multiple. S.G. 1c. Photoprovenance:T. Charlton Henry, April/December 1961E.M. Erickson, September 1972Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps2d. rose block of six (3x2), large part original gum. A fine and scarce multiple of the earlier delicate printing of this attractive stamp. S.G. 2. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps3d. green block of twenty-four (2x12) comprising the complete lower two rows of the sheet with value marginal inscriptions, plate and current numbers, large part original gum with most remaining unmounted; some faults in the lower margins nevertheless a very rare and impressive multiple, being the second largest recorded after one of twenty-seven. S.G. 3. Photoprovenance:WattsByron R. Cameron, November 1974Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps4d. brown-orange block of four, fresh with large part original gum, A rare and attractive multiple. S.G. 4. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps6d. dull lilac interpanneau block of eight (4x2), fresh lightly mounted mint. A scarce and unusual multiple. Photoprovenance:Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps6d. deep purple block of six (3x2), fresh brilliant colour, one with part original gum, the others lightly mounted mint. A beautiful looking block of this rare and highly attractive rich shade, and an outstanding showpiece multiple. S.G. 5b. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1860 Watermark PineappleIssued Stamps1/- yellow-brown upper left corner complete pane of sixty with current number "173", "60 jamaica stamps, £3." full imprint at left and Price per label full imprint at foot, wing-margin at right, Row 2/2 with variety "$" for "s" in "shilling", large part original gum with many remaining unmounted; Row 2/2-2/6 with pre-printing paper crease. A magnificent showpiece which must surely be considered the most important of all Jamaica Queen Victoria multiples. S.G. 6. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condi...

1860 Watermark PineapplePrinter's Remainders1/- yellow-brown marginal block of four from the top of the sheet cancelled with parallel diagonal pen stroke lines, fresh mint with the upper pair remaining unmounted. A fine and scarce multipleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCEssays½d., the head printed in grey-green with deep grey surround, the remainder handpainted in blue-green with value tablet highlighted in Chinese white, on buff card (29x33mm.). Very fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCEssays2/- in issued design in grey, the head printed and the frame handpainted, stamp-size on card. Very fine. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCEssays5/- in large format with rectangular design frame the head printed in pale lilac, the remainder handpainted in maroon with country name and value in Chinese white, on card (36x40mm.). Outstanding. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs½d. in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "July 30, 1872". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs½d. in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "July 31, 1872". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs1d. in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), dated "May 28 1877". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs1d. in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), dated "May 29 1877". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs2/- in black on glazed card (92x60mm.) marked "before hardening" and dated "June, 18, 1875". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs5/- in black on glazed card (92x60mm.) marked "before hardening" and dated "June, 18, 1875". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCDie Proofs5/- in black on glazed card (73x60mm) marked "before striking", dated "June, 22, 1875" and endorsed "from Punch 1872" and "R 1/184" in red ink; light overall soiling though a most unusual proof from the Day Books. PhotoNote: A similar proof of the 2/- value existed in the De La Rue archiveSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCIssued Stamps1d. blue block of four, fresh with large part original gum, folded between vertically; fine and scarce. S.G. 8, £400Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCIssued Stamps6d. mauve block of four, fresh with large part original gum. S.G. 12, £360Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCIssued Stamps1/- dull brown block of four, the lower right stamp with variety "$" for "s" in " shilling", fresh with large part original gum; light mark alongside "$" variety, otherwise fine and rare. S.G. 13/a, £1475+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversInland1870 (8 May) envelope from Savannah La Mar to Malvern Post Office, bearing 3d. green cancelled by superb "A75" and with 12 May Mandeville datestamp alongside preceded by manuscript "Missent to", despatch, Black River (8.5 with "8" inverted), Goshen (13.5, day/month line inverted) and arrival (19.5, day/month line inverted, Foster P12 and unlisted by him or in Proud) datestamps on reverse; flap faults though most unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversInland1870 (8 Nov.) entire letter from Old Harbour to Great Valley, Newport Post Office, bearing wing-margin 3d. green (one blunt corner) cancelled "A61", despatch, Mandeville and another faint datestamp, all on reverse; clean and attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversInland1877 (29 June) OHMS printed entire letter from the Office of the Parochial Board (central vertical fold) "Per Book Post" from May Pen to Alley, bearing 1d. blue cancelled "640" together with light despatch and arrival datestamps, both on face; the earliest recorded example of this numeral and datestamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversInland1877 (Sept. and Dec.) OHMS envelopes (both with a central vertical fold) "Per Book Post" from May Pen to Alley, the first bearing 1d. blue and the second with wing-margin ½d. claret pair, both cancelled "640" and with despatch and arrival datestamps on face and/or reverse, and 1880 (17 May) mourning envelope from May Pen to Kingston bearing 1d. blue vertical pair both cancelled "640", despatch and arrival datestamps on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo Belgium1875 (24 Oct.) triple rate envelope registered from Gordon Town to Mons, bearing 1/- brown pair and a single each lightly cancelled "A42" with despatch datestamp (day/month day line inverted), two "2/7" accountancy marks in red crayon, "jamaica/registered" datestamp (24.10) and London Registered oval datestamp (13.10) at foot, the reverse with Angleterre (13.11), Mons (13.11) and Mons Station (13.11) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo France1875 (12 Nov.) envelope from Milk River to Marseilles, bearing 4d. orange-brown and 1/- brown both cancelled "201" and with Kingston datestamp (13.11) at left, showing accountancy mark in red crayon, London Paid datestamp (4.12) over-cancelled with oval-framed "pd" and Calais datestamp (15.12) additionally tying the 4d., despatch Proud D2 datestamp (an early date of use) and two French datestamps on reverse; most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo Germany1896 (16 Dec.) envelope (163x108mm.) registered from Kingston to Friedenau, bearing 2d. rose, 2/- purple-brown and CA 1d. carmine twice cancelled by "jamaica/registered" oval datestamp and with three oval-framed "R", arrival datestamp (10.1) on reverse. Scarce with the 2/- value. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo Italy1876 (23 July) entire letter from Old Harbour to Genoa, bearing 1d. blue (2, one illegally bisected) and wing-margin 1/- dull brown all tied by indistinct "A61" with a faint matching datestamp alongside, Kingston datestamp (24.7) at upper right and London Paid datestamp at lower left alongside "more to pay" handstamp (Foster D1a, Proud 141 and nine years later than recorded), "1/-" rate marking in red crayon at centre. It would appear that the correct rate was 1/1½d. though that there was a shortage of ½d. stamps at Old Harbour, and whereas Kingston did...

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo Peru1875 (15 Apr.) "Gall's Telegram Agency" envelope (opened-out) from Kingston to Lima, bearing 1d. blue, 3d. green and 1/- brown (2, one defective) all cancelled "A01" and with light Kingston datestamp at centre, the reverse with Postage Due 10c. orange (defective through opening) and with arrival datestamp (27.4) alongside. A most unusual franking and a rare destination. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1873 (23 Feb.) envelope (less flap) registered from St. David to London, bearing 2d. rose pair and 1/- brown each cancelled "A72", light Jamaica Registered oval datestamp and with two different Registered datestamps (15.3) struck on arrival, despatch datestamp on reverse; small stain at top of two adhesives, otherwise fine and attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1875 (9 Jan.) soldier's envelope from "Gr.J.W.Smith R.A. Jamaica" to Scarborough, countersigned by the Commanding Officer and bearing 1d. blue lightly cancelled "A61" at Old Harbour and showing Kingston (9.1) datestamp on reverse; fine and scarce. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1878 (Oct. and Nov.) envelopes ex the same correspondence from Annotto Bay to London, the first bearing 1d. blue (2, one defective at top) and 4d. cancelled "A28", the second a double rate (slightly truncated at left) bearing 6d. (2) similarly cancelled and both with despatch and arrival datestamps on face, Kingston and London datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1879 (24 Nov.) envelope from Blue Mountain Valley to Ashbourne, bearing 2d. rose strip of three each cancelled "G15" and with fine despatch datestamp (inverted day and month slugs and lack of year date) at lower left corner. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1883 (Apr.) envelope from Montego Bay "per first Str. via New York or R,M, to Southampton" to Hoylake, bearing 1d. blue (4) clearly cancelled with the latest recorded date of use of the vertical "A56" and with despatch datestamp alongside; trivial edge faults though an attractive franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1883 (May) double rate envelope from Porus to Cheshire, bearing 2d. (4, one defective) each cancelled "A68" and with despatch datestamp alongside, Kingston (24.5) and Birkenhead (12.6) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1883 (23 Dec.) envelope ex the Sandbach correspondence from Little London to Wales bearing 2d. rose pair cancelled "F80" and with despatch datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1884 (7 Feb.) mourning envelope ex the Sandbach correspondence from Little River to Wales, bearing 4d. orange-brown cancelled by superb "E58" and with despatch datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United Kingdom1885 (24 Jan.) leading page of "The Jamaican Churchman" (222x150mm.) from Kingston to London, bearing ½d. claret pair sharing squared-circle datestamp and the earliest recorded date of use for this cancellation. An unusual newspaper rate franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United States of America1873 (18 July) envelope from Kingston per Steamer Claribel to New York, bearing 1d. blue, 3d. green and 4d. orange each lightly cancelled "A01" and with "n.y. steamship/10" datestamp alongside for an incoming Steamer letter, light Kingston (18.7) datestamp on reverse. An attractive three colour franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United States of America1878 (25 Jan.) envelope registered from Port Antonio to Washington, Missouri, bearing 4d. orange-brown and 6d. lilac both cancelled "A64" in blue and showing "jamaica/registered" oval datestamp and U.S. registration numbers, despatch and New York (14.2) datestamps in blue on reverse; a little truncated at left and with central vertical fold though a most attractive registered frankingSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo United States of America1878 (14 Aug.) envelope from Richmond to Wisconsin, bearing 6d. lilac neatly cancelled "A79" and with despatch datestamp at left, Kingston (15.8) and New York Paid All (22.8) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1870-83 Watermark Crown CCCoversTo Venezuela1883 (12 Nov.) envelope registered from Port Royal to Caracas, bearing 2d. rose strip of six each cancelled by superb "A67" and showing oval-framed "R" and Jamaica Registered oval datestamp (13.11), carried by French Messageries with French datestamp alongside St.Thomas registration handstamp in magenta, despatch and St. Thomas (23.11) datestamps on reverse. Scarce and most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CADie Proof½d. with uncleared lower corner squares, in grey-blue on glazed card (92x60mm.), unmarked. Very rare. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CAImperforate Proof2d. grey upper right corner example with large part original gum; a fraction off-white, otherwise fine and believed unique. Photoprovenance:L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CAPerforated Proofs½d. green, 1d. rose, 2d. grey, 3d. olive-green, 4d. orange-brown and 6d. yellow, all perforated 12 in the issued colours on gummed watermarked paper. A fine and exceptionally rare set. Photoprovenance:Arthur Hind, May 1934Gilbert Collett, March 1965L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940 V.N.F. Surtees, September 196Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CAIssued Stamps½d. to 5/- set of eleven including the scarce 1d. blue, 2d. rose, 2d. grey and an additional 2d. rose shade, part to large part original gum and an attractive set. S.G. 16-26, £975Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CAIssued Stamps1d. blue block of four, fresh with large part original gum. A fine and rare multiple. S.G. 17, £1,300+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CAIssued Stamps1d. carmine marginal block of eight (4x2) from the left of the sheet, large part original gum, fractionally off-white. A scarce multiple. S.G. 18a, £520Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CAIssued Stamps1/- brown upper left corner block of ten (2x5) with current number "173" and part imprint, Row 2/2 variety "$" for "s" in "shilling", large part original gum. A fine positional multiple of this scarce variety. S.G. 24/a, £899+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CACoversInland1892 (10 Aug.) mourning envelope from Hampden to Kingston, bearing ½d. green vertical pair sharing superb "G14" and with despatch datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CACoversInland1885 (8 June) envelope from Priestman's River to Kingston, bearing 2d. grey strip of four and singles (2) each cancelled "G16" and with despatch and arrival (9.6) datestamps on reverse. An unusual franking from the post office that received the last numeral obliterator sent to Jamaica. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CACoversInland1888 envelope from Copse to Carlisle, bearing 1d. carmine strip of four cancelled "F97", the latest recorded example of this obliterator. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CACoversTo Nova Scotia1884 (Sept.) envelope from Kingston to Halifax, bearing uncancelled 2d. rose pair at the correct rate of 4d., taken direct to a ship and posted on arrival at Halifax as a local letter with addition of Small Queen 1c. cancelled with "halifax.n.s." duplex; highly unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CACoversTo United Kingdom1884-88 envelopes (4) franked at single or double 4d. rates, comprising 1884 from Spanish Town with 2d. rose pair cancelled "A76", 1884 from Little London with 4d. red-orange cancelled "F80", 1886 from Kingston "per R.M.S. Dow" with 4d. red-orange pair sharing squared-circle datestamp and 1888 from Santa Cruz bearing 1d. carmine strip of four twice cancelled "A43". A fine groupSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1883-97 Watermark Crown CACoversTo United States of America1889 (10 Apr.) United States Consulate printed envelope from Kingston to Washington, bearing 2d. grey pair sharing squared-circle datestamp, upon arrival redirected to Warrenton, Va. and with part Washington duplex at right, Washington, New York and Warrenton datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1887 Essays2d. in green and carmine with lettering and value highlighted in Chinese white, on card (30x33mm.). Photoprovenance:Bob Swarbrick, September 1995Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1887 Essays2d. in green and scarlet with lettering and scroll work highlighted in Chinese white, on card (30x33mm.) dated "nov. 8. 87". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1887 Essays2d. in purple and blue-green with lettering and scroll work highlighted in Chinese white, on card (30x33mm.) dated "nov. 8. 87". Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda February 1979Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1887 Essays2/- in a keyplate style similar to the 1889-91 issue, in mauve and red with simulated perforations and on card (70x90mm.) lettered "B", dated "Nov 25 87" and initialled "EEB"; mark at right well clear of the design. A beautiful example of the printer's artwork. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1887 Essays2/- in a keyplate style similar to the 1889-91 issue, in mauve and red with lettering, frame dots and background to value in Chinese white, on tracing paper (70x90mm.) dated "Nov 23 87". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueDie ProofsMaster in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "22 jun 88". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueDie ProofsMaster in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "after striking", dated "23 aug 93" and initialled below the design. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueDie Proofs2½d. value tablet in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "3 jan 91". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueSpecimen Stamps1d., 2d. and 2½d., each overprinted "specimen", fine mint. S.G. 27-29s, £150Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueIssued Stamps1d., 2d. (2, one with brown gum) and 2½d. singles, 1d., 2d. (white gum with plate number "1") and 2½d. (gum a little toned) blocks of four, good to fine mint. S.G. 27-29, £366Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueCoversInland1893 envelope registered from Charles Town to Browns Town, bearing 1d. (4) twice cancelled "F81" with despatch, Duncans, Dry Harbour (latest recorded date) and arrival datestamps; scarce and attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueCoversTo United Kingdom1890 (11 Mar.) envelope registered from Green Island to London, bearing 1d. (12, one defective) cancelled with several "A45" and showing "R" in oval, "jamaica/registered" date stamp and two different Registered London oval datestamps (29 and 31.3), all on face, despatch datestamp on reverse; apparently a triple letter rate overpaid by ½d. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueCoversTo United Kingdom1890 (16 Dec.) soldier's envelope "From Lc. Corpl. J. George, Port Royal" to the Isle of Wight, countersigned by the Commanding Officer of the Royal Engineers and bearing 1d. cancelled "A67" and with despatch datestamp at left, Kingston (16.12) and Ventnor (7.1) datestamps on reverse; clean and most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueCoversTo United Kingdom1895 (25 June) envelope registered and Express from Kingston to London, bearing 1d. (7) cancelled by oval-framed "jamaica/registered" datestamp and additionally by oval-framed "express.", showing light "R" in oval and with London Registered hooded datestamp (10.7), all on face. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueCoversTo United States of America1891 (19 Feb.) envelope (central vertical fold) from Kingston to New York, bearing 1d. (3, one bisected vertically) twice cancelled by squared-circle datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1889-91 Keyplate IssueCoversTo Other Destinations1898 (12 Oct.) envelope to Victoria, Australia franked at 7d. (1d. plus 6d.), the other to Manila with 2½d. and CA ½d.(4), all cancelled by "jamaica/registered" oval datestamps, both routed through San Francisco with their registration label applied, various datestamps on reverse. A colourful and most attractive pair. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1890 (June) Two Pence Halfpenny on Four Pence Red-BrownSecond SettingAn upper right corner block of six with plate number, variety surcharge double and grossly misplaced to top illustrating the different spacing between the lines of the surcharge, positions 4-6 being 1mm. apart and 10 to 12 being 1½mm. apart, the upper left stamp and foot of lower left stamp with varieties "F" for "E" and broken "K" for "Y", the upper middle stamp with "F" for "E" and not showing on the stamp below due to the misplacement of the surcharge; fine mint. A rare and attractive positional multiple. S.G. 30b, £1,950+...

1890 (June) Two Pence Halfpenny on Four Pence Red-BrownSecond SettingA horizontal pair with 1½mm. spacing, [9-10], [9] with "N" of "PENCE" badly printed, [10] variety "F" for "E" and broken "K" for "Y"; [10] with one short perf. at foot, otherwise fine mint. S.G. 30, 30ca, £202+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1890 (June) Two Pence Halfpenny on Four Pence Red-BrownSecond SettingA single with lines of surcharge 1½mm. apart, variety surcharge "treble" with two full surcharges and an additional "half-penny" at top, part original slightly off-white gum. An unusual positional placement of the surcharge. R.P.S. Certificate (1933). Photoprovenance:L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1890 (June) Two Pence Halfpenny on Four Pence Red-BrownThird SettingA block of twelve (4x3) comprising three complete settings, [1-3] and an additional [1] at right, fresh mint. S.G. 30, £504+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1890 (June) Two Pence Halfpenny on Four Pence Red-BrownCovers1890 (Dec.) envelope from Port Maria to Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, bearing Second Setting, 1½mm. spacing, variety surcharge double, the second impression a partial diagonal strike at left, neatly cancelled "A66" and showing despatch, New York (10.1) and arrival (21.1) datestamps on reverse. A scarce variety on cover. Photoprovenance:L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1890 (June) Two Pence Halfpenny on Four Pence Red-BrownCovers1891 (1 June) envelope from Mandeville to Lincolnshire, bearing Second Setting, [9] variety "F" for "E", neatly cancelled by squared-circle datestamp, leaving the variety clearly visible, Kingston (2.6) and Doncaster (18.2) datestamps on reverse. A rare and unusual variety on cover. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

18th. Century Overseas Ship Letters1710 (9 Jan.) entire letter from Peter Heywood, Chief Justice of Jamaica, "p Capt. Tho Burrows in the Diamond Q D C" to Charles Long "to be left with Mr. Charles Kent, Merchant in London", rated "6" from port of entry to London and with part Bishop mark on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

18th. Century Overseas Ship Letters1710 (18 Feb.) entire letter headed "Kingston" from Peter Heywood, Chief Justice of Jamaica, "p the Cezar" to Charles Long "to be left with Mr. Charles Kent, Merchant in London", normally rated "6" from port of entry to London though this cover most unusually apparently incorrectly rated "7" and with Bishop mark on reverse, The charge of "7" may have included a Captain's 1d. gratuity though the official inclusion of this charge into the manuscript rate did not come into being until 1711. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information plea...

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1899 EssaysSmall "Postage" size in brown with traces of the design around "jamaica" highlighted in Chinese white, affixed to card (115x90mm.) lettered "A" and dated "June 6th. 99. PhotoNote: The Governor of Jamaica wrote to the Crown Agents that as the Privy Council had agreed to the adoption of the Imperial Penny Postage rate he would like a new one penny stamp, different from all others in use. He forwarded three scenic photographs, including Llandovery Falls, for De La Rue's consideration, and which were forwarded by the Crown Agents on 4 May requesting...

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1899 EssaysLarge format, stamp-size in brown with entire design printed in the issued design, affixed to small piece of card lettered "D". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1899 Die ProofsComplete die proof in black, stamp-size on wove paper. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1899 Imperforate Colour TrialsFour examples in carmine (two shades) and orange-vermilion (two shades), affixed to "Appendix" sheet (193x230mm.) dated "Feb. 6th.1900" with one of the proofs in carmine marked "Either of these whichever will print best 8.2 1900", the reverse noted "Submitted 6/2/1900 for selection by C(rown) Agents, approved as shown on Feb. 8". A unique group. PhotoNote: On 18 November the Crown Agents authorised the engraving of the original recess one colour stamp and they called for a colour scheme in shades of red which was submitted on 6 F...

1900-10 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1901 EssaysThe following three lots are composite essays with handpainted surrounds to the vignette. Each is affixed to card (115x90mm.) marked "Dupl.", variously lettered and dated"C" in blue-black and orange-vermilion dated "Jan. 2nd. 01". PhotoNote: On 4 December 1900 the Government of Jamaica wrote to the Crown Agents expressing dissatisfaction with the 1d. stamps printed in one instead of two colours. De La Rue agreed that a two-colour stamp would give a much better effect though pointing out that the Crown Agents had selected and approved a single colo...

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1901 EssaysThe following three lots are composite essays with handpainted surrounds to the vignette. Each is affixed to card (115x90mm.) marked "Dupl.", variously lettered and dated"F" in blue-black and light blue dated "Jan. 2nd. 01.". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1901 EssaysThe following three lots are composite essays with handpainted surrounds to the vignette. Each is affixed to card (115x90mm.) marked "Dupl.", variously lettered and dated"N" in black and red, very close to the colours of the issued stamp, dated "Jan. 7th. 01". PhotoNote: Following the issue of a one-colour recess-printed pictorial stamp of the Llandovery Falls the Governor asked for a similar stamp in two colours. Four essays, lettered N to P, were submitted and Sir William Mercer, the Crown Agent, initialled design P and returned it approved on 14...

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. Issue1901 Die ProofIn ultramarine and black on thin wove paper (47x40mm.) showing guide lines; magnificent. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1900-01 Llandovery Falls 1d. IssueIssued Stamps1901 1d. Slate-Black and Red Imperforate Between Vertical PairOne of Only Six Pairs Believed to ExistA vertical marginal pair from the foot of the sheet; well-centred; slightly brownish original gum; the lower stamp with a horizontal crease towards top like all the known pairs. Fine appearance and one of the great rarities of Jamaican philately. S.G 32b, £23,000Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueEssaysOn 4 July De La Rue were requested to prepare a design for ½d., 1d. and 2½d. Postage & Revenue stamps embodying the Arms of the Colony, following the directions given in the Governor's letter given to De La Rue. They replied on 7 July that the Colony had apparently overlooked that an original Arms die already existed and was formerly used for Revenue stamps. This die proof was accordingly forwarded though on 12 July De La Rue were requested to prepare a design according to the Governor's wishes for comparison. The following essays were forwarded on 20 August...

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueEssaysDe La Rue's previous suggestions proved unsatisfactory to the Governor and further designs with double lettering were forwarded on 30 October. On 7 April 1903 the Colonial Secretary wrote that design BB had been approved by the Governor subject to minor modification. This further design of 4 May was approved on 6 May when the original BB was returned, all values being in two colours1d. in rose-carmine affixed to card (90x115mm.) lettered "AA" and dated "Oct. 30th. 02". Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda February 1979Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. F...

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueEssaysA further design dated 4 May 1903 was approved on 6 May when the original BB design of 1902 was returned2½d. in brown and deep blue in the issued design, inset on thick card (88x95mm.) dated "May 4th. 03" and marked "Dupl.. Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda February 1979Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueDie ProofsVignette with uncleared background to Arms and surround, in black on glazed card (92x60mm.) marked "after hardening", dated "23 jun 03" and initialled. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueDie ProofsComplete design with uncleared background to Arms, value tablet and surround, stamp-size in black on card dated "29/7/03" on reverse. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueDie Proofs2½d. frame in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "10 aug. 03". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueDie Proofs5d. frame in black on glazed card (92x60mm.) marked "before hardening" and dated "23 nov. 03". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueColour Trial Miniature Sheet1d. miniature sheet strip of six in grey-brown and light plum showing Jubilee lines for both colours and plate number "1" in grey-brown, and with frame colour marked "Tyrian"; first stamp heavily creased and some fox marks. A very rare sheet. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueColour Trials½d. (4) in brown and orange, purple and magenta, purple and green, and grey and ultramarine, each affixed to small piece. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueIssued Stamps5d. grey and yellow block of nine, fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 36, £162+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1903-04 Arms of Jamaica IssueIssued Stamps5d. grey and yellow, variety "ser.et", cancelled by part 8 November 1904 "jamaica/registered" oval datestamp; fine and rare. S.G. 36a, £1,000. Photoprovenance:L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940 V.N.F Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1905-11 Arms of Jamaica Issue Redrawn and Queen Victoria HeadEssays½d. in green and brown and 1d. red and magenta, both stamp-size composite types with the Arms printed, the frames and value tablets handpainted, the 1d. with small portions highlighted in Chinese white. A most attractive pair. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1905-11 Arms of Jamaica Issue Redrawn and Queen Victoria HeadDie Proofs½d. and 1d., both stamp-size in black on glazed card; fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1905-11 Arms of Jamaica Issue Redrawn and Queen Victoria HeadSpecimen StampsArms set of five and Queen Victoria set of six, each overprinted "specimen" (D12), fine mint. Cat. £525Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1905-11 Arms of Jamaica Issue Redrawn and Queen Victoria HeadIssued Stamps4d. black on yellow chalk-surfaced paper block of twelve (6x2) from the foot of the lower right pane with "Price" imprint and current number "170", fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 49, £240+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1905-11 Arms of Jamaica Issue Redrawn and Queen Victoria HeadIssued Stamps5d. grey and orange-yellow horizontal pair, the right-hand stamp variety "ser.et", fine mint. Rare. S.G. 43,a, £1,465. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1911 King Edward VIIEssayMaster composite design with head printed on photographic paper, the frame handpainted in black ink with simulated perforations and highlighted in Chinese white in places, stamp-size on card; highly attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1911 King Edward VIIThe StampDe La Rue 2d. imperforate dummy stamp in grey on piece marked "No. 6 S.F. Grey" from the 5th and last series of trials dated March 1908, overprinted "specimen" (2) with one (no gum) additionally handstamped "ultramar" by a Portuguese Receiving authoritySubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1912-20 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs1d., 1½d., 2½d., 4d., 6d., 1/-, 2/- and 5/-, all in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), the 1d. marked "before hardening", the 2½d., 4d. and 6d. each marked "after hardening", the 1½d. unmarked and the others dated between "21 may 12" and "14 aug 12"; a fine group. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1912-20 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs8/6d. unissued value, in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), unmarked. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1912-20 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs10/- unissued value, in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), unmarked. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1912-20 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs£1 unissued value, in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), unmarked. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1912-20 King George V Head IssueSpecimen Stamps1d. to 5/- set of ten and a further set of nine less 2½d. though with additional 1/- overprinted in red, all overprinted "specimen" (D12), the second set 5/- and additional 1/- without gum, the others fine mintSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1912-20 King George V Head IssueIssued Stamps1d. to 5/-, with additional 1d. scarlet and 2½d. deep bright blue, in blocks of four, and a set of singles with some additional shades to 1/-, good to fine mintSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1905-11 Arms of Jamaica Issue Redrawn and Queen Victoria HeadIssued Stamps1/- brown upper left corner block of four, Row 2/2 variety "$" for "s" in "shilling", fine mint. Rare. Brandon Certificate (2012). S.G. 53/b, £1,481+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Apr.-Sept.) IssueA mint selection (39) with ½d. blocks of four (6), pairs (2) and a single with many showing broken letters or quad varieties, and 3d. blocks of four (2), one on white paper with overprint misplaced to top, and ½d. used block of four; generally fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Apr.-Sept.) Issue½d. yellow-green block of four, variety overprint double, fine mint. S.G. 68b, £560. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Apr.-Sept.) Issue½d. yellow-green block of four with interpanneau margin at left, variety overprint inverted; a fraction toned otherwise fine and lightly mounted mint. S.G. 68c, £520+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Sept.-Dec.) Issue½d. green upper right corner block of six (3x2) with plate number "1", the upper left stamp with variety "R" inserted by hand", fresh mint. Fine and very rare. S.G. 70/c, £1,800+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Sept.-Dec.) Issue1½d. orange, variety watermark sideways, neatly cancelled with large part 1916 Spanish Town datestamp; fine and very rare. R.P.S. Certificate (1972). S.G. 71aa, £2,000. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Sept.-Dec.) Issue1½d. orange horizontal pair, the right-hand stamp variety "S" inserted by hand, fine lightly mounted mint. S.G. 71c, £425. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Sept.-Dec.) Issue1½d. orange, variety "R" inserted by hand, light 1916 datestamp leaving the variety clearly visible. Fine and very rare. S.G. 71e, £1,200. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Sept.-Dec.) Issue3d. purple on yellow with narrow sheet margin, variety overprint inverted, mint, and a used example with small part datestamp and unpriced used, fine. S.G. 72aa, £325+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1916 (Sept.-Dec.) Issue3d. purple on yellow marginal block of six (2x3) from the right of the sheet, the right-hand stamp from the centre row variety "s" in "stamp" omitted, fresh and fine mint with the variety remaining unmounted. Scarce. S.G. 72/b, £900+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1917 (Mar. ) Issue½d. blue-green horizontal pair, variety overprint on back only, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 73c, £500. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1917 (Mar. ) Issue1½d. orange, variety watermark sideways, fine used with part Port Antonio datestamp. Believed to be the sole example known. R.P.S. Certificate (1972). S.G. 74aa, £1,700. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1917 (Mar. ) Issue1½d. orange marginal block of nine from the foot of the sheet, variety overprint double, fresh mint with the stamps remaining unmounted. B.P.A. Certificate (1966). S.G. 74c, £720+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1917 (Mar. ) Issue1½d. orange block of four, variety overprint double, neatly cancelled with a fine central Kingston datestamp and affixed on 1919 (19 Apr.) envelope addressed locally. S.G. 74cSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1916-20 War Stamps1917 (Mar. ) Issue3d. purple on yellow marginal pair from the right of the sheet, the right-hand stamp variety overprint omitted se-tenant with overprint sideways, fine unmounted mint. Exceptionally rare with only four examples believed recorded. S.G. 75da, £4,000. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"½d. in green. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"1d. in brownish red. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"1½d. photographic types in black (2), one similar to the issued design, the other without the King's head and with two value tablets at top, affixed to card (90x115mm.) dated "8 May 18". PhotoNote: A photograph was sent in late April 1918 requesting a special 1½d. design of it. The two sketches offered in the above lot were sent with a remark that there was too much detail for a...

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"2d. in brown; this design later redrawn to cater for the use of separate frames which allowed the inclusion of the dates "1762-1872" in the design. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"3d. in brown; later subsequently altered to allow the frame and vignette to be separated to permit the final printing in two colours, the white surround to the vignette to be removed from the final design; two light soil marks well away from the designSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"4d. in shades of green. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"1/- in green and brown with highlighting in Chinese white between frame and vignette. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"2/- in brown and blue with highlighting in Chinese white between frame and vignette. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"3/- in brown and orange with highlighting in Chinese white between frame and vignette. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"5/- in deep blue and yellow-orange with highlighting in Chinese white between frame and vignette. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"10s. photographic type in brown in an upright rectangular showing floral design around the royal portrait, on card (90x115mm.) lettered "B" and dated "8th. Oct. 18". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueEssaysThe following nine lots are all photographic, stamp size and inset on thick card (115x90 or 90x115mm.) dated "1st May 20" and later marked "Approved ", initialled "WHM" and dated "5/5/20"10s. photographic type in brown in a horizontal rectangular design close to that issued, on card (90x115mm.) lettered "A" and dated "8th. Oct. 18". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueDie Proofs½d. frame in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "after striking" and dated "16/6/20". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueDie Proofs1d. vignette with uncleared surround in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before striking", initialled and dated "22/6/20". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 IssueDie Proofs2½d. in deep blue and ultramarine on thin wove paper, marked "Union Jack on left inverted" PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueDie Proofs3d. in black and ultramarine on wove paper (41x34mm.) showing black guide lines, affixed to a piece of paper (45x60mm.) dated "26.11.20". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueImperforate Colour Proofs1½d. in indigo on gummed paper, 2d. in purple and indigo, 4d. in brown and deep green and 1/- in deep green and violet, fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial Issue1922 (c.) Imperforate Printer's Samples1½d. indigo, 2d. purple and indigo, 2½d. myrtle and orange-brown, 3d. sepia and yellow-green, 4d. orange-brown and sepia, 1/- lake and myrtle, 2/- blue-green and sepia, 3/- carmine and yellow-green, 5/- blue-green and ultramarine and 10s. carmine, each handstamped "specimen" (DS1 or 2); the 2½d. affixed to piece of brown card numbered "13". A fine and colourful group. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueSpecimen Stamps½d. to 10s. set of twelve each overprinted "specimen" (D9 or 12), fine mint. S.G. 78s-89s, £300Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueIssued Stamps2½d. deep blue and blue upper left corner block of four, the upper left stamp clearly showing variety "C" of "CA" missing from watermark, fine mint. S.G. 80b, unpriced mint (£350 used)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueIssued Stamps1/- Frame InvertedA Magnificent Positional Multiple of this Famous and Important World-Renowned Rarity1/- orange-yellow and red-orange upper left corner horizontal pair, variety frame inverted, fresh bright radiant colours, wonderfully centred and with full sheet margins illustrating the brilliant white paper that these stamps possess, nearly full original gum with just two very small hinge remainders which have been applied to re-inforce minor perforation separation between the two stamps at foot; tiny tear in the sheet margin above the right-hand stamp whi...

1919-21 Pictorial IssueIssued Stamps1/- orange-yellow and red-orange marginal block of four from the top of the sheet, the centre of the lower right stamp variety "A" of CA" missing from watermark, fresh mint with the stamps remaining unmounted. Rare. S.G. 85c, £1,200. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1919-21 Pictorial IssueIssued Stamps2/- light blue and brown vertical strip of four, variety watermark inverted, twice lightly cancelled with indistinct datestamp; also a single with variety full stop before "rodney", part "??? spring" datestamp. S.G. 86w, £300+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921-29 Pictorial IssueDie Proofs1d. in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before striking" and dated "10/2/22". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921-29 Pictorial IssueDie Proofs6d. vignette in black on wove paper (82x57mm.) dated "6 Jamaica Req.". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921-29 Pictorial IssueIssued Stamps2/- light blue and brown vertical marginal pair from the centre right foot of the sheet showing guide marks, variety imperforate between stamp and margin, fine mint. S.G. 103 var. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921 Abolition of Slavery Unissued SixpenceDie ProofCarmine and green on wove paper (76x64mm.) showing guide crosses; a little stained though exceptionally rare with only two examples believed known. Photoprovenance:Byron R. Cameron, November 1974Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921 Abolition of Slavery Unissued SixpenceSpecimen StampsWatermark MCA overprinted "specimen" (D12) reading up, fine mint. S.G. 90s, £900. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921 Abolition of Slavery Unissued SixpenceSpecimen StampsWatermark Script CA overprinted "specimen" (D12) reading down, fine mint. S.G. 91s, £750. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921 Abolition of Slavery Unissued Sixpence1922 (c.) Imperforate Printer's SamplesYellow-green and violet, handstamped "specimen" (DS1) diagonally at upper left corner. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1921 Abolition of Slavery Unissued Sixpence1922 (c.) Imperforate Printer's SamplesYellow-green and violet vertical pair, both handstamped "specimen" (DS3) and affixed to piece of brown card numbered "16". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1927 King George V Head½d. die proof of the frame in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "after striking" and dated "7/1/29". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1929-32 King George V Head IssueEssays1d. (3) in different designs by artist E. Jackman of Bradbury Wilkinson, each stamp-size in magenta with surround in pencil and executed on thin card. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1929-32 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs1d. Die I in ultramarine, two impressions spaced 28mm. apart on single piece of wove paper (51x115mm.), numbered "11" above "1" being the two impressions taken up on the "A" cylinder, lettered "B" and initialled at foot. Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda December 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1929-32 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs1d. Die 1 in scarlet on wove paper (39x45mm.). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1929-32 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs1½d. in deep blue on wove paper (42x70mm.) dated "2/11/28". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1929-32 King George V Head IssueDie Proofs9d. in maroon, stamp-size on card. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1929-32 King George V Head IssueImperforate Plate Proofs1d. Die 1 block of four in ultramarine on thin card. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1932 Pictorial IssueEssays2d., 2½d. and 6d. (2) handpainted designs by Bradbury Wilkinson artist E. Jackman, all with small portions of the designs highlighted in Chinese white, pencil frame surround and executed on thick artist board. A wonderful quartet. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1932 Pictorial IssueDie Proof2½d. turquoise-blue and ultramarine on wove paper (67x80mm.) dated "3.6.31"; superb. Photoprovenance:Tom Foster, June 1979Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1932 Pictorial IssueIssued Stamps2½d. turquoise-blue and ultramarine vertical pair, variety imperforate between, neatly cancelled by large part Port Maria datestamp; horizontal crease between the two stamps and the upper example with a couple of small brown marks at foot though of fine appearance. Exceedingly rare with the last such pair, in less than fine condition, appearing in the Joseph M. Mahfood sale of January 2011. S.G. 112a, £24,000. Photoprovenance:SutcliffeSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1935 Silver Jubilee IssueSpecimen Stamps1d. to 1/- imperforate set of four each perforated "specimen" (B9), and a perforated set of four, fresh and fine mint. The imperforate set extremely rare. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1935 Silver Jubilee IssueSpecimen Stamps1½d. ultramarine and grey-black, variety extra flagstaff, (Plate 1, Row 9/1), perforated "specimen" (B9); marginal from the left of the sheet, fine mint and rare. B.P.A. Certificate (1983). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1935 Silver Jubilee IssueSpecimen Stamps6d. green and indigo, variety lightning conductor, (Plate 3, Row 2/5), perforated "specimen" (B9), fine mint and rare. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1935 Silver Jubilee IssueSpecimen Stamps1/- slate and purple, variety lightning conductor, (Plate 3, Row 2/5), perforated "specimen" (B9), fine mint and rare. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1937 Coronation IssueSpecimen Stamps1d., 1½d. and 2½d.set of three, each imperforate and perforated "specimen" (D20), and a set of three as distributed by the U.P.U. similarly perforated; fresh mint with the imperforate set very rare. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueImperforate Plate Proofs½d. green horizontal and vertical marginal pairs on gummed Script watermarked paper, fineSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueImperforate Plate Proofs½d. orange lower right corner block of sixteen (4x4) with Plate 3D and part imprint, on ungummed, unwatermarked security lined paper. An impressive multipleSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueIssued Stamps1½d. light red-brown marginal block of six from the right of the sheet showing central guide cross, fresh mint with four remaining unmounted A scarce printing of this value which was only on sale in the Colony and for a short period about the middle of 1944. Sold on its meritsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueIssued Stamps1/- green and purple-brown lower left corner block of six (3x2) from Plate 1 with part imprint, Row 11/1, variety repaired chimney, fresh and fine unmounted mint, and a second printing lower left corner block of four with error corrected. A most attractive positional multiple of this variety. S.G. 130a, £650+. Photo for firstSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueIssued Stamps2/- blue and chocolate, variety "A" of "CA" missing from watermark, neatly cancelled with indistinct datestamp. Fine and unique to date, being the discovery example of this watermark variety. S.G. 131a, £1,500. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueIssued Stamps5/- slate-blue and yellow-orange, January 1942 perf. 13.8 complete sheet of thirty (6x5), fine unmounted mintSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueIssued Stamps5/- slate-blue and yellow-orange 1942 line perf. 14 emergency printing, a block of four with each pair sharing light oval datestamp; a fine and very rare multiple of this wartime printing. R.P.S. Certificate (1981) S.G. 132a, £1,000+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1938-52 King George VI Definitive IssueIssued Stamps5/- slate-blue and orange-yellow, February 1951 perf. 13.8 complete sheet of thirty (6x5) with sheet number "217", a couple of short creases, otherwise fine unmounted mintSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

1948 Silver Wedding Issue£1 scarlet perforated "specimen" (B9), fresh without gum. The sole example discovered in the printer's archive for this and other colonies printed by Bradbury Wilkinson. S.G. 144. Photoprovenance:Joseph M. Mahfood, January 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1871 (14 Oct.) envelope from Kingston to Bordeaux, showing Arnold L. Balabre & Co. sender's cachet, "kingston/paq. fr. d. no.1." octagonal-framed datestamp alongside superb oval-framed "gb/40c" Anglo-French accountancy handstamp and "12" decimes handstamp charged on delivery, at St.Thomas transferred to French Ligne B and showing, on reverse, octagonal-framed "ligne b. paq. fr. no. 4" datestamp of the ship France. Rare and unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1871 (Dec.) entire letter from Playa de Cuba "via Jamaica" to France, showing "gb/1f60c" accountancy handstamp, manuscript "Missent to Porus" at left in error for Paris and, on reverse across join, "forwarded by/davidson colhurst & co/kingston jamaica" oval-framed handstamp, Kingston, London and French entry datestamps. Most unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1880 and 1884 OHMS envelopes from the Record Office Spanish Town to Kingston, the first bearing 2d. rose (vertical crease) and showing very rare "railway letter box/spanish town" handstamp, Returned Letter Office datestamp and Unclaimed handstamp in red, the second bearing 1d. and with Returned Letter Office datestamp, "unclaimed" handstamp in red and two boxed "advertised" handstamps. A rare duo. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1890 (17 Feb.) envelope from Kingston to New York and enclosed in a bag of mail washed away in the Haughton River and subsequently recovered, bearing 4d. red-brown cancelled by squared-circle datestamp and with diamond-framed "street/letter box/jamaica" handstamp and "jamaica paid" framed datestamp in red alongside, the reverse with label inscribed "This Postal-Packet was contained in the Mail Bag from Kingston, for New York via Port Maria, Jamaica, for despatch per S.S. "Bergenseren" which Mail Bag was washed away in the "Haughton River", near Annotto Bay, on the nigh...

Covers and Cancellations1893 (Mar.) unstamped envelope from Haiti to Kingston showing "not enclosed in mail/taxed as unpaid", and 1905 ½d. card cancelled though unaddressed and showing "received at g.p.o. jamaica/without address" handstamp (Proud 1132). An interesting pairSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1897 (10 July) "Budget" Letter Card from Kingston to Austria, bearing 1889-91 2½d. cancelled with double-ring datestamp and showing "Missent to Antigua" handstamp in purple alongside, Antigua (28.7) and arrival (20.8) datestamps on reverse. Also 1898 (20 June) 1d. blue card from a stamp dealer in St.John's giving an interest list and showing despatch single-ring and Kingston double-ring datestamps. Photo for firstSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1911 (23 Jan.) postcard to U.S.A., bearing 1d. red cancelled by "seaforth/jamaica" temporary circular datestamp (Proud D1)Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1916 (6 June) picture postcard of Para, Brazil to Victoria, Australia, bearing Arms ½d. green pair sharing "all forces postage free/victoria" datestamp, large "passed" in violet and boxed "passed by /naval censor" handstamps. A rare and unusual card from the vessel Melbourne on patrol in the West Indies and with notes on the patrol included. PhotoNote: Between January 1915 and August 1916 "Melbourne" made a series of patrols in and around the West Indies with Jamaica as the central point. The vessel operated north as far as Halifax, Nova Scotia and south as far as Para...

Covers and Cancellations1934 (Jan.) envelope registered from Ginger Ridge to England, bearing ½d. and 3d. sharing datestamp, hand-drawn registration etiquette at right, circular-framed "R" at foot alongside circular-framed intaglio "gd", possibly the local postmasters initials, Chapelton, Kingston and Plymouth (18.1) datestamps on reverse; envelope with a couple of small faults though most unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and Cancellations1937 (18 Sept.) envelope registered from Port Antonio to Argentina, bearing 1922 10/- myrtle-green neatly cancelled by datestamp and with registration and airmail labels, despatch datestamp and Argentine transit marks around the adhesiveSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsRed Cross Labels1916 (June and Dec.) envelopes registered to U.S.A., the first from Kingston franked at 6d. and bearing four different labels comprising plain (corner fault), black and red overprints and "Half-penny" surcharge, the second from Annotto Bay franked at 4½d. and bearing red overprint. An attractive and colourful pairSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsRed Cross Labels1916 (26 July) envelope from Kingston and addressed locally to the Jamaica Government Railway, bearing plain unoverprinted label cancelled by typed "Jamaica Patriotic Stamp League", Kingston datestamp and signed "Lewis Ashenheim", Kingston datestamp for the same date on reverse, a little light toning around the edges of the stamp, otherwise very fine. A very rare proper postal use of this label. PhotoNote: The Red Cross labels of the Jamaica Patriotic League were sold for ½d. The fund was founded by Lewis Ashenheim, a Kingston lawyer, with the proceed...

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampArgentina: 1891 (1 Nov.) 8c. envelope from Mendoza to Bermuda, cancelled by datestamp and with "jamaica/transit" handstamp below, routed via Kingston and with light Ireland Isle, Bermuda datestamps on face and reverse, upon arrival redirected to Norwich and again to Sydenham, several transit datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampCanada: 1895 (15 Apr.) envelope from Halifax, Nova Scotia to Trinidad, bearing Small Queen 5c. with datestamp and showing "jamaica/transit" handstamp, Turks Islands and Port of Spain datestamps alongside, upon arrival marked "Vessel sailed" and redirected to Georgetown, British Guiana and showing "unclaimed" handstamp alongside Georgetown arrival datestamp (17.12), Canada Dead Letter Office and numerous other datestamps on reverse (21.1); full of character. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms...

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampChile: 1893 (15 Nov.) 3c. card from Santiago to Puerto Rico, neatly cancelled and showing "jamaica/transit" handstamp and with Kingston datestamp (24.12), both on faceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampColombia: 1902 (20 Feb.) envelope from Colon "via Jamaica" to New York, showing sender's oval cachet in violet, bearing 10c. with Colon datestamp in the same colour and with "jamaica/transit" handstamp alongside, Kingston (23.2) and New York (3.3) datestamps on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampHaiti: 1883 (14 Apr.) envelope from Port Au Prince to Boston, Mass, bearing 5c. yellow-green vertical pair sharing datestamp in blue with another strike alongside and with fine "jamaica/transit" handstamp at foot, Kingston (19.4) and New York Paid All (23.4) datestamps on reverse; most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampHaiti: 1894 (13 Oct.) envelope from Port Au Prince to Jersey City, bearing 5c.orange pair twice cancelled with datestamp and with fine "jamaica/transit" handstamp alongside, Kingston (14.10), New York (23.10) and arrival 923.10) datestamps on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampMexico: 1889 (16 Mar.) 5c. blue Official postcard to Curacao, showing "jamaica/transit" handstamp below the stamp impression and with Kingston (5.5) and Curacao (21.5) datestamps at foot, Colon Transisto datestamp in blue on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsThe "jamaica/transit" HandstampSouth Australia: 1894 (25 Oct.) envelope from Adelaide "Via San Francisco" to New York, bearing 2½d. on 4d. cancelled with "s. australia" duplex and showing "jamaica/transit" handstamp alongside, Kingston (7.12), other transit and arrival (8.1) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsToo Late Handstamps1878 (Nov.) envelope from Savannah La Mar to London, bearing wing-margin 2d. strip of three thrice cancelled by "A75" (K3) and with half moon framed "too late" (the earliest recorded date of use) additionally tying the strip and with despatch and arrival (30.12) datestamps, all on face. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Covers and CancellationsToo Late Handstamps1910 (10 Apr.) envelope registered from Kingston to Boston, bearing Arms 1d. (2) and 2½d. cancelled with oval registered datestamps and 1929 (10 Feb.) envelope from Mandeville to U.S.A., bearing 1921-29 2½d. cancelled with datestamp, both showing fine half-moon double-framed "too late" handstamp, the latter in violetSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Early Maps1572 complete page 175 (198x287mm.) from "Descrittione Dell' Isola Iamaica Hora Detta Di S Iacopo" engraved by Girolamo Porro for Tomaso Porchacchi's book "L'Isole piu Famose del Mondo", showing the entire island, smaller adjacent islands and portions of Cuba and Hispaniola. A fine and very early map of the islandSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Early Maps1606 by Bertius, page 634 (189x118mm.) of "Descriptio Ivcatanae" showing the entire Caribbean, Hispaniola, Cuba, near complete Central America and portions of South America; fine and quite detailed for a map of this ageSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Forwarding Agents Letters1694 (12 June) entire letter from "Port Royall" to "William Simpson at his Chambers in the Inner Temple, London", rated "6"" for 6d, ship letter and total of "9" including 3d. for inland transit of over 80 miles and showing, on reverse, "Forwarded from: Bristol by Wilf Birkin 7: Gen: 11-7:" and with "se/13" Bishop mark. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Forwarding Agents Letters1743 entire letter to La Rochelle, France, sent by a member of the crew of a French trading vessel which was apprehended by H.M.S. York whilst trying to run the British blockade of the Spanish held port of Carthagena; forwarded on 19 October by Thomas Thomarssili, having been carried to London by private ship; escorted back to Jamaica, he wrote to his brother, whilst waiting for the local magistrate to pronounce the ship "free of contraband", showing two "d'angleterre" handstamps and apparent "17" (decimes) manuscript rate mark on face, eventually forwarded in London....

Forwarding Agents Letters1814 (14 Sept.) double rate entire letter from Curacao by "Packet Nocton" to London, originally charged as a single letter at "2/2" and cancelled by an Inspector's Crown, corrected to "4/4", showing on reverse, Kingston forwarding agents manuscript notation of "Jos. Longman and Shorte". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Forwarding Agents Letters1820 (27 Nov.) triple rate entire letter, headed ""Havana", via Kingston "per Packet" to London, rated 1/3d. inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London x 3 = 6/6d. and showing, on reverse, "Forwarded by H. Cohen Jr., Kingston Jama 9th. Jany 1821" alongside "jamaica" F5 fleuron datestamp (9.1) and arrival datestamp (3.3). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Forwarding Agents Letters1829 (15 Apr.) Huth correspondence triple rate entire letter, headed "Santiago de Cuba" via Kingston "p. Duke of Bronte, Captain Harris" to London, rated a total of 4/- and showing step-type "portsmouth/ship letter" in red and, on reverse (two pieces of seal area cut away), manuscript "Received and forwarded by your Obedient Servants J. & W. Mulholland & Co.", and "commercial rooms" CR6 handstamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Forwarding Agents Letters1841 (26 Aug.) entire letter, headed "Leogan, St. James", via Kingston to Cuba and private ship to Canada, rated 1/4d. Canadian charge to include ship mail and inland postage, showing Montreal transit datestamp and, on reverse, manuscript "Forwarded by Elin Wright & Co. Kingston, Jamaica". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Forwarding Agents Letters1843 (26 Sept.) entire letter from Cuba to Kingston, "1/-" Packet rate and showing, on reverse, "Received & Forwarded/by/ darrell & barclay/kingston, jamaica" FAC4 oval-framed handstamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use at Post Towns Prior to the arrival of their own Obliterators on 1 March 1859Grange Hill1859 (8 Feb.) entire "prepaid" via Duncans and Kingston to London, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac (corner defective) cancelled "A01" and with "grange-hill/jamaica" P2a. datestamp crossed at top with filing crease, Kingston (10.2) and London (4.3) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use at Post Towns Prior to the arrival of their own Obliterators on 1 March 1859Mandeville1859 (4 Jan.) envelope "per Mail Steamer" to Everton, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled with superb "A01", London Paid (2.2) datestamp in red at foot, the reverse with despatch, Kingston (8.1) and Liverpool (3.2) datestamps. Photoprovenance:R.A. Hart, February 1978 Dick Hemmings, March 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use at Post Towns Prior to the arrival of their own Obliterators on 1 March 1859Port Morant1859 (25 Feb.) entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine cancelled "Port Morant" in manuscript and clearly cancelled "A01" on arrival, 4d. paid for a single rate ½oz. letter carried under 60 miles, despatch and arrival (26.2) datestamps on reverse. The only recorded example. Photoprovenance:L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940Dr. R.H. Urwick, May 1957Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditio...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use at Post Towns Prior to the arrival of their own Obliterators on 1 March 1859Savannah La Mar1859 (25 Feb.) entire "per Mail Steamer" to London, bearing 6d. lilac (tear at upper right) cancelled by "savannah-la-mar/jamaica" P2b datestamp and over-cancelled by "A01", Kingston and London datestamps on reverse. PhotoprovenanceE.M. Erickson, September 1972Andre Bollen, February 1983Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use at Post Towns Prior to the arrival of their own Obliterators on 1 March 1859Overseas DestinationUnited States of America1859 (7 Feb.) 1/- double packet letter entire to New York, bearing 4d. rose-carmine strip of three sharing manuscript "P.O. Lucea" and twice cancelled and tied by "A01", circular-framed "steamship/10" below the adhesives, light Kingston K8 datestamp (26.2) at left, Kingston (26.2) and St. Thomas datestamp on reverse. One of only four manuscript P.O. Lucea covers listed in the BWISC Encyclopaedia and the so...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Kingston1859 (18 July) entire to Savannah La Mar, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair sharing a fine strike of the "A01" duplex with code "2" and paying the prepaid rate of 8d. for carriage over 100 miles. A rare franking with only four examples recorded by FosterSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Kingston1859 (19 July) entire to Mandeville Post Office, bearing 4d. rose-carmine with part strike of the scarce "A01" O3 double obliterator (complete left-hand strike and small part right-hand strike), rarely used as it required the employment of a datestamp, additionally, and most unusually, tied by "kingston/jamaica" K9B datestamp, arrival datestamp on reverse; two filing creases, one crossing the Kingston datestamp. A possibly unique combination of cancellations on cover with Type O...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Kingston1859 (15 Sept.) quadruple rate envelope to Savannah La Mar, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair (one with corner fault) and 6d. lilac wing-margin strip of four each cancelled "A01" O1 and with the strip additionally tied by "kingston/jamaica" K8 datestamp; one 4d. and one 6d. crossed by filing creases though a rare and attractive franking. Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969R.A. Hart, February 1978Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Ter...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Kingston1860 (3 May) entire (less one side flap and one short flap) to Savannah La Mar, bearing 1d. rose-red horizontal strip of six and a pair (three stamps with filing folds) all cancelled A01" O1, despatch datestamp on reverse. A rare franking for carriage over 100 miles and possibly the unique cover with this franking recorded by Foster, large 1d. red frankings from Jamaica being exceptional. Photoprovenance:Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Kingston1860 (17 May) entire to Morant Bay, bearing 1d. rose-red pairs (2, filing folds alongside perfs. on one) both lightly cancelled "A01" O1 and showing "kingston/jamaica" K8 and "morant bay/jamaica" P2a (17.5) datestamps alongside the adhesives. Fine and rare with Foster only recording two such frankings of 4d. rate covers from Kingston. Photoprovenance:Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Black River1859 (3 Feb.) entire (no side flaps) to Kingston, bearing 6d. lilac cancelled by large part "black-river/jamaica" P2a datestamp, 6d. paid for a single ½oz. letter carried between 60 and 100 miles and with Kingston datestamp (5.2) on reverse. Only the third day of such authorised use. Photoprovenance:L.O. Trivett, May 1933Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Black River1859 (4 Feb.) entire to Savannah La Mar, bearing 4d. rose-carmine cancelled with a good strike of the "black-river/jamaica" P2a datestamp with date lines transposed, for a single rate ½ oz. letter carried of up to 60 miles; very fine and rare, Only the fourth day of such authorised use. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Goshen1859 (22 Feb.) entire letter to Spanish Town, bearing 6d. lilac cancelled by "goshen/jamaica" P2a. datestamp for a letter carried between 60 and 100 miles; two lightly toned filing creases both clear of the adhesive. Photoprovenance:L.O. Trivett, May 1933L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940Len BritnorSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Grange Hill1859 (7 Feb.) entire letter "p paid" to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine horizontal pair each cancelled "A01" and with fine "grange hill/jamaica" P2a. datestamp in brownish ink with day, month and "59 of year date in manuscript, 8d. paid for a single rate ½oz. letter carried over 100 miles, Grange Hill being 128 miles from Kingston. This franking and manuscript datestamp unrecorded by Foster. Photoprovenance:C. Brinkly Turner, September 1942J. Grant Glassco, November 1969...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Salt Gut1859 (18 Feb.) double rate entire letter to Kingston, bearing 6d. lilac wing-margin pair cancelled and dated in manuscript and sharing "A01" with superb "salt-gut/jamaica" P10c datestamp at left. Foster 80a. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOverseas DestinationsIndia1860 (24 Aug.) envelope ex the Major Kent correspondence "Per Packet from Jamaica 25th. August 1860" to Calcutta, bearing 6d. lilac (2, some perf. faults) both cancelled "A01" with "kingston jamaica" K8 and London Paid (1.9) datestamps, and manuscript "1" alongside, three Indian datestamps on reverse including Benares Sorted (2.11). An almost certainly unique cover from the last Packet Letter mailing that was, after representations from the new Jamaican Pos...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOverseas DestinationsThe United States of America1859 (23 Nov.) entire from Kingston by private ship Los Amigos to New York, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair both cancelled "A01" and with "kingston/jamaica" K8 at left, flap faults though of fine appearance. An attractive franking with only four recorded in the BWISC Encyclopaedia. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues Authorised for Use on Inland Letters from 1 February 1859Kingston1859 (23 May) entire to Halse Hall, 4 Paths P.O., bearing 4d. rose-carmine (crossed by filing crease) cancelled by fine "A01" duplex with code 2B, Clarendon datestamp (23.5) on reverse; some minor damage to face panel. The earliest recorded example of the "A01" duplex prepaying carriage under 60 miles. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsAnnotto Bay , "A28"1859 (18 Mar.) entire top to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four each cancelled "A28" and showing, on reverse, "annotto-bay/jamaica" P2b and Kingston K8 datestamps. Rare with Foster recording just one cover and this piece being the earliest of the few recorded frankings. Photoprovenance:J Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsBlack River, "A30"1859 (3 Mar.) entire (some reduced ink marks and ageing) "pr post" to Kingston, bearing 6d. lilac (imperforate at left) cancelled with superb "A30" for a single rate letter carried between 60 and 100 miles, despatch (day/month and year lines transposed) and arrival (5.3) datestamps on reverse. The earliest recorded date of use. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsBlack River, "A30"1860 (9 Mar.) entire letter "p RM Steamer" to Liverpool, bearing 4d. rose-carmine horizontal strip of three each cancelled "A30", London Paid datestamp (31.3) at foot, despatch P11, Kingston and arrival (1.4) datestamps on reverse. Foster records one other such double rate Packet letter from this office. Photoprovenance::J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsChapelton, "A33"1859 (27 Sept.) envelope to Kingston, bearing wing-margin 4d. rose-carmine cancelled with fine "A33" for a single rate cover travelling under 60 miles, despatch P2a (a late date of use) and arrival (28.9) datestamps on reverse. One of only two such covers with this single rate 4d. franking recorded. Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969R.A. Hart, February 1978Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsClaremont, "A34"1860 (23 Mar.) envelope (light crease left) to Edinburgh, bearing 6d. lilac (a few soiled perfs.) lightly cancelled "A34" and with "claremont/jamaica" P11 datestamp at left, Kingston (24.3) and Edinburgh (13.4) datestamps on reverse. Rare with Foster recording only one single Packet rate cover from this office. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsClarendon, "A35"1859 (25 Sept.) entire from "Halse Hall" to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four (corner fault at upper left) cancelled with fair to fine "A35" strikes, paying the single rate for a letter carried under 60 miles, and with arrival datestamp (28.9) alongside, despatch P8 datestamp on reverse. Foster records this cover as the sole such example. Photoprovenance:L.O. Trivett, May 1933L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more in...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsDuncans, "A37"1859 (6 May) envelope "p paid" to Kingston, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled by large part legible "A37" and with "duncans/jamaica" P2a datestamp in brownish ink showing date of month altered from "5" to "6" in manuscript, Kingston datestamp (7.5) on reverse. Foster does not record any example of this usage from Duncans. Photoprovenance:Dale Lichtenstein, September 1990E.M. Erickson, September 1972Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information pleas...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsFalmouth, "A39"1859 (24 May) envelope "pr Mail of 27th. May" to London, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled "A39" paying a single rate Packet letter to the U.K., despatch P10b and Kingston (27.5) datestamps on reverse. One of three recorded by Foster. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsFalmouth, "A39"1859 (23 Aug.) quadruple rate envelope (222x91mm.) to London, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pairs (2) and singles (2, one with wing-margin) cancelled with five "A39" and showing "kingston jamaica" K9b (26.8) and London Paid (15.9) datestamps below, despatch P10 datestamp on reverse; a couple of the adhesives defective though the only such franking recorded from Falmouth. Foster 97p. Photoprovenance:E.E. Yates, July 1940L.C.C. Nicholson, February 1940J. Grant Glassco, Nove...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsFalmouth, "A39"1859 (Dec.) entire to Hopeton, Alexandria Post Office, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four each cancelled "A39" and with "browns town/jamaica" P11 datestamp at foot, Falmouth and Alexandria P2a (date lines transposed) datestamps on reverse; reinforced folds, one crossing one stamp, in places. A very rare four pence rate franking with few recorded by Foster and only two from Falmouth. Photoprovenance:Andre Bollen, February 1983 Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subje...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsGayle, "A41"1859 (16 June) entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine (perfs. trimmed in one corner) cancelled with fine "A41" and most unusually 2d. underpaid for single rate of carriage between 60 and 100 miles, Gayle being 80 miles from Kingston and not apparently charged, despatch and arrival (18.) datestamps on reverse. Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsGolden Spring, "A42"1859 (10 Apr.) entire letter to Appleby, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled with superb "A42" and with London Paid datestamp (2.5) at left, the reverse with despatch (day in manuscript), Kingston (10.4) and arrival (3.5) datestamps. Very rare with Foster recording no 6d. Packet rate cover from this office and the only example of any rate listed in the BWISC Encyclopaedia. Photoprovenance;,J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Norman Brassler, June 1996McGowanSubjec...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsGoshen, A44"1859 (11 July) entire to Kingston Post Office, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac neatly cancelled "A44" and with "goshen/jamaica" P2a. datestamp (12.7) at left, Kingston K9B datestamp (13.7) on reverse; clean and attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsGoshen, A44"1859 (19 Dec.) front and one side flap to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red (2, one with perfs. trimmed at foot) and 4d. rose-carmine each cancelled "A44" and with light "goshen/jamaica" P11 at left, arrival K9b datestamp (2.12) at foot. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the obliteratorsGrange Hill, "A45"1859 (1 Sept.) entire letter to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair both cancelled "A45" and with "grange-hill/jamaica" P2 datestamp and Kingston arrival datestamp alongside. An attractive franking for a cover carried over 100 miles. Photoprovenance:C. Brinkley Turner, September 1942Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsGrange Hill, "A45"1859 (25 Sept.) front and small part flap to London, bearing 1/- green placed sideways and clearly cancelled "A45", "grange-hill/jamaica" P2a datestamp at left, Kingston datestamp (26.9) on reverse. A very rare stamp on cover, particularly paying a double Packet letter, and not unsurprisingly the sole example recorded by Foster. Photoprovenance:E.E. Yates, July 1940Gilbert Collett, March 1965Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Te...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsGreen Island, "A46"1859 (10 Oct.) entire "p post" to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair sharing light "A46" for a single letter franked at the 8d. rate and carried over 100 miles, two smudgy and arrival (11.10) datestamps on reverse. Only two such frankings from Green Island to Kingston recorded by Foster. Photoprovenance:L.O. Trivett, May 1933 J. Grant Glassco, November 1969N. Brassler, June 1996Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsHighgate, "A47"1859 (15 July) envelope to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine cancelled "A47" and with despatch datestamp on reverse. R.P.S. Certificate (1999). Photoprovenance:Dr. R.H. Urwick, May 1957J. Grant Glassco, November 1969D.N. SeatonSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsHope Bay, "A48"1859 (15 Apr.) entire letter to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four thrice neatly cancelled "A48", "hope-bay" P 3 and "kingston/jamaica" K8 arrival datestamp (15.4) on reverse; reinforced file fold and splits, otherwise fine and a rare usage. Photoprovenance;,Sissons, December 1982J. Grant Glassco, November 1969 Joseph M. Mahfood, January 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsLilliput, "A49"1859 (25 July) entire "per packet" to London, prepaid at the 6d. per ½oz. Packet letter rate and bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled with superb "A49", showing "lilliput/jamaica" P9a datestamp with code "C" and with London Paid (16.8) datestamp alongside, Kingston datestamp (25.7) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsLilliput, "A49"1859 (25 Aug.) entire letter to London, bearing 6d. lilac vertical pair both cancelled "A49" and with "lilliput/jamaica" P9a datestamp with inverted "ja" for "au" in the month, London Paid datestamp below the pair, Kingston datestamp (26.8) on reverse. Foster does not record a double rate cover from Lilliput to the UK. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsLucea, "A51"1859 (17 Nov.) entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair both cancelled by fine "A51" and showing "lucea-jamaica" P6 and "kingston jamaica" (19.11) K8 datestamps. Photoprovenance:E. M Erickson, September 1972Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMandeville, "A53"1859 (22 Apr.) envelope "Paid" to Kingston, bearing wing-margin 4d. rose-carmine (defects) cancelled by fine "A53" for a single rate cover prepaid 4d. for a letter carried under 60 miles, despatch and arrival (23.4) datestamps on reverse. Photoprovenance:G. Collett, March 1965J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMandeville, "A53"1860 (22 May) envelope "per Packet" to Everton, bearing wing-margin 6d. lilac cancelled "A53" and with Kingston K9 (24.5) and London (12.6) datestamps alongside, despatch and Liverpool (12.6) datestamps on reverse. Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMay Hill, "A54"1859 (14 June) Barclays & Mc.Dowell entire top, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four (one with small tear at foot) and a pair with each "pair" sharing light "A54" and showing superb "mayhill/jamaica" P2a datestamp above the strip. Photoprovenance;,J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMay Hill, "A54"1859 (20 Sept.) entire letter to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red pair and 4d. rose-carmine lightly cancelled and with arrival K9B datestamp alongside, despatch datestamp on reverse. Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMile Gully, "A55"1859 (5 Apr.) entire from "Norway" estate to Kingston Post Office, bearing 1d. rose-red pair (one with tiny defect at foot) and 4d. rose-carmine, all sharing light crease at top, twice neatly cancelled by the rare "A55", despatch and arrival (6.4) datestamps on reverse. One of the most difficult of all village numerals to find. Foster only recorded four covers. Photoprovenance:G. Collett, March 1965E.M. Erickson, September 1972Andre Bollen, September 1993 Francois P...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMontego Bay, "A57"1859 (3 Mar.) entire "p post" to Spanish Town, bearing 1d. rose-red pair (corner fault) and wing-margin 6d. lilac for a single letter rate prepaid 8d. for carriage over 100 miles with the letter passing through Kingston from the Northside Road to the Leeward Road, a distance of 129 miles, an itinerary not recorded by Foster, the 6d. and one 1d. cancelled "A57" and the left-hand 1d. cancelled "A76" on arrival at Spanish Town; Montego Bay and Spanish Town (5.3) datest...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMorant Bay, "A59"1859 (2 May) large part entire (less side flaps) to London, bearing 6d. lilac cancelled with fine "A59" and tied by London Paid datestamp (2.5), "morant-bay/jamaica" (P2b, late usage) and Kingston (9.4) datestamps on reverse; fine and scarce. Photoprovenance:Andre Bollen, September 1983Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMorant Bay, "A59"1859 (8 July) double rate entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine (2) each cancelled with fine "A59", despatch and arrival (9.7) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsMorant Bay, "A59"1860 (6 Apr.) entire per "packet" to Aberdeen, bearing 6d. lilac cancelled with fine "A59", "kingston/jamaica" K2a datestamp alongside, the reverse with "morant-bay/jamaica" K2a and Aberdeen (29.4) datestamps. Foster records only two such single rate covers to the UK. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOcho Rios, "A60"1859 (1 July) entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine lightly cancelled "A60", despatch P3 and arrival (2.7) datestamps on reverse. Photoprovenance:Dr. R.H. Urwick, May 1957J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOld Harbour, "A61"1859 (24 Aug.) entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine cancelled with superb "A61" and with light "kingston jamaica" P9B datestamp (26.8) alongside, despatch datestamp on reverse. Rare with Foster recording only one such cover from Old Harbour to Kingston. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOld Harbour, "A61"1859 (17 Nov.) "Immediate" entire to Four Paths Post Office, bearing 4d. rose-carmine cancelled with fine "A61" paying a single rate letter for carriage under 60 miles, despatch and arrival (17.11) datestamps on reverse. Foster records two single rate covers to Four Paths Post Office. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsPlantain Garden River, "A62"1859 (15 Mar.) "No 5 Registered Letter" entire letter to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine and 6d. lilac both neatly cancelled "A62", despatch P5 and Kingston (16.3) datestamps on reverse. A very rare franking with Foster recording only one Money Letter with this franking from this office, and the earliest Registered letter of the thirteen recorded in the BWISC Encyclopaedia. Photoprovenance:GastonSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informati...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsPort Antonio, "A64"1859 (1 Apr.) "On H M S" entire (184x84mm.) to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine (corner bruise) cancelled with watery "A64" and showing, on reverse (sellotape stains), faint "port-antonio" P3 and Kingston K7 ("2" inverted) datestamps; the earliest recorded date of use from this office after the arrival of the obliterators a month earlier. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsPort Antonio, "A64"1859 (4 Oct.) entire "stamped" to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four each cancelled "A64" and with "kingston-jamaica" P9B datestamp alongside. A single rate cover carried under 60 miles and not recorded by Foster with this franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsPort Maria, "A66"1860 (17 Jan.) entire to Spanish Town, bearing 4d. rose-carmine clearly cancelled "A66" with two "port-maria" P3A datestamps alongside, one additionally just tying the adhesive, arrival datestamp (18.1) on reverse. Foster does not record any covers from Port Maria to Spanish Town though it is now listed in the BWISC Encyclopaedia. Photoprovenance;,J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Joseph M. Mahfood, January 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informatio...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsPorus, "A68"1859 (23 Dec.) entire "Prepaid" and "Post" to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of three and a single each cancelled "A68" and with "kingston/jamaica" K8 datestamp alongside, P5a despatch datestamp on reverse. Foster records this unique franking as 126c with one other similar now recorded in the BWISC Encyclopaedia. Photoprovenance:Dr. R.H. Urwick, May 1957J. Grant Glassco, November 1969R.A. Hart, February 1978Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more informatio...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsRamble, "A69"1859 (26 June) entire top to London, bearing 6d. lilac cancelled "A69" and with London Paid datestamp (6.7) alongside, part Kingston datestamp (26.6) on reverse. Foster records just two such single rate 6d. frankings to the UK. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsRio Bueno, "A70"1859 (9 Nov.) "packet" envelope to Killburn, bearing 6d. lilac neatly cancelled "A70" and additionally tied by "kingston/jamaica" K8 datestamp (10.11 with "8" in "1859" inverted), fine "rio bueno/jamaica" P11a despatch datestamp at centre, London datestamp (1.12) on reverse. R.P.S. Certificate (1988). Photoprovenance:D.N. SeatonSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsRodney Hall, "A71"1859 (17 June) entire less one panel to Spanish Town, marked "post" and bearing 1d. rose-red vertical strip of four with both "pairs" sharing "A71" and with "rodney-hall-jamaica" P6 datestamp (both date lines inverted) alongside. A few faults in places though a rare franking unrecorded by Foster and unlisted in the BWISC Encyclopaedia. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsRodney Hall, "A71"1859 (22 Oct.) entire to Kingston, bearing lovely deep fresh coloured 4d. rose-carmine cancelled by superb "A71" with "rodney-hall-jamaica" P6 datestamp (both date lines inverted) below, and Kingston K9B datestamp (22.10) alongside. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSt. Ann's Bay, "A73"1859 (17 May) envelope to Alexandria Post Office, bearing 4d. rose-carmine (perfs. trimmed at base) cancelled "A73" and showing "alexandria/jamaica" P2a datestamp at upper left corner, P11 despatch datestamp on reverse; recipient's notes and a couple of light stains at left though the sole example to Alexandria recorded by Foster. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSt. Ann's Bay, "A73"1859 (19 July) entire top ex the Barclay" correspondence, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of three, a pair and a single each cancelled "A73" for a single rate letter between 60 and 100 miles, faint P11 despatch datestamp on reverse. Foster records this piece as a unique usage from St. Ann's. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSalt Gut, "A74"1859 (12 Apr.) entire to Kingston, bearing 6d. lilac (perfs. partially trimmed on two sides) neatly cancelled "A74", despatch P10c and arrival (13.4?) datestamps on reverse; fine and attractive. Photoprovenance:L.O. Trivett, May 1933GastonJose P. SimonSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSalt Gut, "A74"1859 (30 Sept.) entire to Kingston, bearing 6d. lilac cancelled by fine "A74" and with P10c "salt-gut/jamaica" and K9B "kingston jamaica" datestamps alongside the adhesive; fine and attractive. R.P.S. Certificate (1988). Photoprovenance:D.N. SeatonSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSavannah La Mar, "A75"1859 (21 Apr.) double rate entire (flap faults) to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine strip of four (one creased and one defective) each cancelled "A75" and paying the 8d. rate for a ½oz. letter carried over 100 miles, part P2a despatch and arrival datestamps on reverse. A previously unrecorded example of this double rate from Savannah La Mar. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSavannah La Mar, "A75"1859 (6 May) quadruple rate envelope to The Receiver-General at Kingston with manuscript "On Her Majestys Service paid" covered by 4d. rose-carmine (2), 6d.lilac (2) and 1/- green, each neatly cancelled by fine "A75" and paying the inland rate for carriage over 100 miles. A remarkable four-colour franking and what must be considered one of the rarest and most attractive of all G.B. Used Abroad frankings. B.P.A. Certificate (2020). Photoprovenance:E.E.Yates, Ju...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSavannah La Mar, "A75"1859 ( Sept.) entire to London, bearing 1d. rose-red pair and 4d. rose-carmine (a few short perfs.) each lightly cancelled "A75" and with P2a despatch and Kingston (10.9) datestamps alongside; clean and attractive. Foster records this franking to the U.K. as the only example from Savannah La Mar. Photoprovenance:E.E.Yates, July 1940Gilbert Collett, March 1965 Andre Bollen, September 1983Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSpanish Town, "A76"1859 (21 Mar.) entire to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine neatly cancelled "A76" and showing, at left, "spanish town/jamaica" P2a datestamp alongside circular-framed "Too late" TL5 handstamp, Kingston datestamp (22.3) on reverse. Rare. B.P.A. Certificate (1997). Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Norman Brassler, June 1996Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSpanish Town, "A76"1859 (21 Nov.) entire to Kingston, bearing wing-margin 4d. rose-carmine (two light marks) cancelled with superb "A76", "spanish-town/jamaica" P11 datestamp at left with indistinct circular-framed "Too/late" TL5 handstamp towards foot. Photoprovenance:R.A. Hart, February 1978Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsSpanish Town, "A76"1860 (31 Mar.) envelope to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red pair and singles (2) thrice cancelled "A76" and with "spanish-town/jamaica" P11 datestamp at left, Kingston datestamp (31.3) on reverse. A single rate cover prepaying the 4d. rate for carriage under 60 miles with Foster recording only one other cover to Kingston with this franking. Photo:provenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condit...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsStewart Town, "A77"1859 (24 June) envelope to London, bearing 1d. rose-red (2) and 4d. rose-carmine each clearly cancelled "A77" and with "stewart town/jamaica" P11 datestamp at left, upon arrival redirected to Stafford with 1d. rose-red cancelled by "EC/71" duplex; some soiling and crease across top though a unique franking from this office. Photo provenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions fo...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsVere, "A78"1859 (28 Sept.) entire letter to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine cancelled with fine "A78", Kingston arrival datestamp (1.10) below, despatch P2a datestamp (date lines transposed) on reverse. Rare with Foster recording only one cover from Vere to Kingston with a single 4d. usage. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOverseas DestinationsGermany1859 (24 Mar.) entire less top and bottom side flaps from St. Ann's Bay to Bremen, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair and 6d. lilac (imperforate at left) all cancelled "A73", showing manuscript "4" alongside indistinct despatch datestamp, oval-framed "P" and London Paid datestamp (14.4); the pair with faults though a rare and attractive franking and one of only three recorded items franked from Jamaica with G.B. adhesives to Germany during this period, and the...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaImperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the ObliteratorsOverseas DestinationsThe United States of America1859 (10 Oct.) entire from Montego Bay "Via St. Thomas" to Baltimore, bearing 4d. rose-carmine strip of three placed inverted at lower left corner cancelled with three small to large part "A57" and showing circular-framed "steamship/10" handstamp at centre charged for an incoming Ship Letter, Kingston (11.10) and St.Thomas (16.10) datetamps on reverse. An attractive overseas letter and the only such example recorded by Foster from Mont...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for deferring the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was there...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Great Britain Stamps Used in JamaicaThe introduction of adhesive stamps into the island was the outcome of a letter written by the local postmaster, Mr. O'Connor Morris, to Rowland Hill in London. The Postmaster-General had previously refrained from supplying any of the West Indies colonies with stamps in view of the probability of their taking over their own Post Offices, but as this matter had been indefinitely postponed, owing to the refusal of Jamaica to act on his proposition, he no longer saw any grounds for defering the issuing of Imperial stamps. The sanction of the Treasury was theref...

Incoming MailFrom Bahamas1870 (28 Mar.) blue soldier's envelope "From No. 1149 J.F. Williams, Detachment 2. W.I. Regt." to Savannah La Mar Post Office, countersigned by the Commanding Officer and bearing 1d. scarlet (faults) neatly cancelled "A05", showing "1" in red crayon and with octagonal-framed "returned/letter box/jamaica" datestamp additionally tying the adhesive, the reverse with manuscript "The writer gone away", St. Thomas (15.5) and Kingston (8.6) datestamps on reverse; fine and rare. An exceptional soldier's privilege rate cover. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For mo...

Incoming MailFrom British Solomon Islands1910 (4 Feb.) picture postcard from Aola to Up Park Camp, Kingston, bearing Small Canoe 1d. red cancelled with light datestamp of 5 January in error; a very unusual item of mail addressed from the B.S.I. to Jamaica. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom Canada1864 (June) envelope from Montreal to Port Maria, rated "3" in blue crayon and bearing 1859 1c. rose, 5c. red and 17c. indigo sharing duplex cancellations and with Kingston K10 datestamp (20.6) at left, St. Thomas (5.6) and arrival (22.6) datestamps on reverse. A remarkable and exceptionally rare 23c. rate three-colour franking via St. Thomas. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom Canada1879 (6 Dec.) envelope from Halifax, Nova Scotia "Via New York" to Mile Gully Post Office, bearing Small Queen 10c. lilac cancelled by duplex and with light arrival (21.12) datestamp on face, Kingston datestamp (19.12) on reverse; part flap missing though a rare stamp on cover. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom Cuba1876 (10 July) entire letter from Cienfuegos "p Alicante via Habana" to Kingston, bearing Cuba 50c. blue in combination with Jamaica 6d. lilac sharing oval of thin bars and with despatch datestamp at foot, rated "5" in blue crayon and showing Jamaica "ship letter" handstamp clear of central filing crease; the reverse (faults) with Kingston (22.7) datestamp. Very rare. Photoprovenance:Grant J. Glassco, November 1969Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom Germany1875 (29 May) envelope from Niesky "via Southampton" to Newmarket, bearing 3pf., 5pf., 10pf. and 50pf. (2) all neatly cancelled with datestamps, showing manuscript "1" accountancy credit and "1" credit to Jamaica, both in red crayon, and London Paid datestamp (31.7) at centre, Kingston (20.5) and Newmarket (21.5) datestamps on reverse. A rare and attractive four-colour franking. Buhler Certificate (1988). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom India1895 (13 Nov.) 1a. on 1½a. blue card from indistinct office to Newmarket Post Office, showing Rampur, Sea Post Office, Kingston and arrival (3.1) datestamps all on faceSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom New Brunswick1864 (29 Mar.) envelope from St.John to Kingston, rated "8" and bearing 2c.orange and 10c. red vertical pair twice cancelled with void oval of bars and showing arrival datestamp (29.3) alongside the adhesives; the reverse with two St. John and St. Thomas (12.4) datestamps. A rare and attractive franking of the very rare St. Thomas routing. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom South Australia1868 (22 June) envelope from Gawler to Rio Bueno, bearing 1860-69 6d. violet-blue pairs (2) lightly cancelled and with despatch datestamp alongside, both pairs tied by London Paid (14.8) datestamp and "1d." accountancy handstamp, both in red, and with manuscript "1" credit to the U.K., arrival datestamp at foot (7.9) and with Kingston datestamp (5.9) on reverse. A rare and remarkable franking from this State. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom United Kingdom1832 (9 June) entire letter from London "p Packet" to "Springfield, Vere", treated as a triple Packet letter with a charge of "6/6" and later converted to "11/3" Jamaica currency to include inland postage, showing circular-framed "A" attributed to the West Indies Room of the G.P.O. London, despatch datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom United Kingdom1873 (31 Dec.) envelope from Folkestone to "Mr. Walter Davidson at the wreck of Barque "Persia", Orange Bay, Hanover, Cornwall", bearing wing-margin 1/- green Plate 8 cancelled by "303" duplex, Kingston (20.1) arrival datestamp on reverse, manuscript "Green Island" alongside Lucea datestamp (39.1) and inscribed in purple ink "Sailed for England" (4.2), light "returned/letter branch/jamaica" datestamp (9.2), at centre, Proud D2 and almost four years earlier than recorded by him, two Kingston (20.1) and two Green Island (30.1 and 4.2) datestamps on reverse; most...

Incoming MailFrom United Kingdom1861 (17 Jan.) entire letter "p West India Mail" to Mile Gully Post Office, prepaid 1/- as an over ½oz. letter in cash at Lombard Street and showing Mile Gully arrival datestamp (7.2), Kingston (6.2) datestamp on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom United States of America1891 (17 Jan.) envelope from New York to Francis Channing, M.P. at the House of Commons, London, bearing 1c. and 4c. with duplex cancellations and showing a fine near complete strike of the "Missent to/Jamaica B.W.I." handstamp inverted at right side, Kingston (23.1) and London (14.2) datestamps on reverse. Proud 131 and believed to be the sole recorded example of this Missent handstamp although his date and this vary slightly. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Incoming MailFrom Victoria1901 (29 Apr.) OHMS Postmaster-General, General Post Office Frank Stamp mourning envelope from Melbourne to Rockville, Brown's Town, uprated with 2½d. blue for overseas postage, both frank stamp and adhesive neatly cancelled by double-ring datestamp, New York, Kingston and Brown's Town (14.6) datestamps on reverseSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Jamaica to England Re-Addressed Mail1840 (27 June) entire letter from Kingston to London and redirected to Torquay, upon arrival bearing 1d. black Plate III with good to large margins and neatly cancelled in red, the reverse with despatch K6 and two overlapping London datestamps. A very rare and unusual franking. B.P.A. Certificate (1982). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

"The London Gazette" Announcements1687 (30 June-4 July) near complete page regarding the announcement of James Wale as Postmaster; and 1692 (6-11 Aug.) page with a report from "Plimouth" of 7th August including details of a "great earthquake" in Port RoyalSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Mail to Canada1846 (5 Dec.) entire letter from Leogan Estate, Montego Bay carried by private ship and posted in New Orleans and from there to Toronto, Kingston U.C. and Newmarket, Upper Canada, showing New Orleans datestamp, "paid" and "10" rate handstamp all in light grey ink, Kingston U.C. datestamp (7.1) and manuscript "11½" on arrival in Canada, Toronto and Newmarket datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Manuscript Town Markings1779 (1 Oct.) entire letter from Couper, Scotland to Spanish Town, carried privately to Jamaica and rated "1/3" Currency for a single letter over 100 miles, showing "king/ston" T1a handstamp (Proud PS5, rare and of which only about ten examples are believed recorded) alongside manuscript "Morant Bay". A fine and rare combination of markings. Photoprovenance:J. Grant Glassco, November 1969Joseph M. Mahfood, January 2011Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Manuscript Town Markings1796 (29 Nov.) entire (less one side flap) from "Hanover" overland to Kingston then transatlantic via Falmouth to London, marked "Paid 1.3d" for a single letter travelling over 100 miles, "1/-" inward packet letter plus 8d. inland postage from Falmouth to London, showing manuscript "Lucea" alongside 6th. Type "iamaica". Proud PS8. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Manuscript Town Markings1816 (27 Mar.) entire letter, headed "New Ground Estate, Clarendon", via Kingston "p Packet" to Scotland, rated 7½d. Currency for inland postage, 1/3d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 1/4d. inland postage from Falmouth to Scotland, the reverse with manuscript "Chapelton" alongside "jamaica" F3b datestamp with first two digits of year plug omitted, and Additional "½" handstamp on face. Regarded as the sole recorded example of this manuscript endorsement. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Manuscript Town Markings1819 (27 Dec.) entire letter, headed "Kingston", "pr. Countess of Chichester Packet" via Falmouth to Glasgow, rated 7½d. Currency and 2/3d. for a Packet letter charge of 1/3d. plus 1/- inland postage from Falmouth to Glasgow and with boxed Additional "½" handstamp, the reverse with manuscript "Green Pond" in red ink and the earliest recorded example in this colour alongside "jamaica" F4 fleuron datestamp and also showing several sets of postman's initials as evidence of the attempts at local delivery with the face panel inscribed "listed" when it would finally have been...

Manuscript Town Markings1829 (7 Feb.) double rate entire letter via Kingston "p. Packet" to Scotland, rated 1/3d. Currency for a letter carried up to 100 miles and 1/3d. UK inward Packet letter plus 1/- inland postage to Scotland doubled to 4/6d. and Additional "½" handstamp, showing on reverse across join, superb manuscript "Little River PO", the earliest date recorded by Foster, and "jamaica" F6b fleuron datestamp (16.2). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Manuscript Town Markings1836 (18 Nov.) entire letter, headed "Jerico", via Kingston to Berwick, rated 7½d. Jamaica currency for inland postage for a single letter carried up to 100 miles, 1/3d. UK inward Packet Letter rate charge plus 1/2d. inland postage from Falmouth to Berwick and showing, on reverse, manuscript "Rodney Hall" and with indistinct Kingston datestamp across join. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Manuscript Town Markings1838 (20 Mar.) entire letter per "Post" to Kingston, rated 1/3d. Jamaica currency and showing, on reverse, manuscript "Robins River" alongside recipient's endorsement of receipt on 22 May. The sole date of use recorded by Proud. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Mail1796 (17 July) entire letter "On His Majesys Service" to Commodore Duckworth "on board His Majestys ship Levianthan, St. Domingo"; a request for payment of £300 for the retrieval of guns lost on the ship "Lark" sunk in the Morant Keys. The earliest recorded Jamaica O.H.M.S. letter. Photoprovenance: Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Mail1857 (9 Sept.) "O.H.M.S." envelope from the Army Pay Office at Kingston to Lieut. Jones, Commanding No. 8 Company, 2nd. West Indian Regiment at Port Royal and marked "Mil Post", turned and addressed to England, unusually paid 6d. in cash and with manuscript explanation "I find I am short of envelopes & it is two miles to Kingston so I have turned an old one", backstamped at London and Leicester. Highly unusualSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 IssueOverprint 17-17½mm. Long½d. green, variety "o" omitted, fine mint. Scarce. Signed Bloch. S.G. O1a, £800. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 IssueOverprint 17-17½mm. Long½d. green horizontal strip of three, the centre stamp with variety both "i" s omitted, fine mint. Scarce. S.G. O1c, £936. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 IssueOverprint 17-17½mm. Long½d. green, variety " l" omitted, fine used with part squared-circle datestamp; fine and scarce. S.G. O1d, £900. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 IssueOverprint 17-17½mm. Long½d. green block of four, the upper right stamp variety overprint double, largely diagonal, and a horizontal pair variety overprint double and diagonal; the right-hand vertical pair of the block with a vertical crease, the pair fine mint. S.G. O1f, £350+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 IssueOverprint 15-16mm. Long½d. green marginal block of four from the foot of the sheet, [3-4, 9-10], variety overprint double, one diagonally, fine mint with the stamps remaining unmounted. A rare multiple. BWISC Encyclopaedia Setting 2. S.G. O2a, £3,200+. Photoprovenance:Christie's Robson Lowe, January 1986Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 De La Rue IssueSpecimen Stamps½d., 1d. and 2d. horizontal pairs, each overprinted "specimen" (D12), fine mint. Scarce multiples. S.G. O3-O5, £300+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Official Stamps1890-91 De La Rue IssueCover1897 (27 Feb.) Public Works Stores OHMS envelope (227x100mm.) from Kingston to the Turks Islands, bearing 1d. rose strip of six cancelled by four datestamps and with arrival datestamp (3.3) below; two folds clear of the adhesives and a couple of other minor imperfections though a rare franking. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

On Post Office Business1847 (31 Jan.) OHMS General Post Office, Kingston printed circular from the Deputy Postmaster General to Bogata confirming that a letter is awaiting collection when postage of 2/- is paid, after which the letter will immediately be despatched, showing a fine strike of the very rare "on post office business/free" FR1 handstamp in red and, on reverse, Kingston datestamp. A rare early post office document. Proud OPD1 and the sole date recorded by him. Holcombe Certificate (1989). PhotoNote: There being no postal treaty with Colombia at this time, all mail had to be prepaid...

Paid Handstamps1817 (3 May) near complete quintuple rate entire from Kingston "p Packet" to London, rated "Paid 10/10" for a combined UK Packet letter charge and the inland postage from Falmouth to London, showing a good strike of the large circular-framed "paid/to/england" PD1 handstamp in light purple alongside arrival datestamp (17.5); described by Foster as very rare with only a handful of examples recorded, this example being six years later than recorded by him. PD3 and one month later than recorded by Proud. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium....

Paid Handstamps1824 (9 Feb.) entire (no side flaps) from Kingston via Falmouth, London and Calais to Bordeaux, rated "3/2" comprising the combined Packet rate to London and London to Calais, showing superb "jamaica/paid" PD2 datestamp in red, London transit datestamp, "20" decimes handstamp and "angleterre" handstamp, all in red; fine and most attractive. PD4 LRD. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Paid Handstamps1838 (Feb.) entire letter from Kingston "P. Pkt. Goldfinch, Echo S Vessel" to London, rated "P2/2" formed of 1/3d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage, showing "jamaica/paid" PD3 datestamp and arrival datestamp (15.3). PhotoNote: The inscription "Echo S. Vessel" indicates it was first carried on one of the small steam vessels acting as feeders for the main Packet route from Jamaica to St. Thomas, where it was transferred to the "Goldfinch" PacketSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Paid Handstamps1839 (25 Aug.) entire letter, headed "Long Hill, St. Elizabeth" from Goshen via Kingston "p Packet" to Halifax, prepaid 4/4½d. Jamaica currency, equivalent to 1/3d. Jamaica currency for inland postage plus 2/3d. sterling for the UK combined Packet and inland postage to Yorkshire, showing "paid/kingston/jamaica" PD4 datestamp in red, London datestamp (12.10) and, on reverse, Goshen and Kingston datestamps. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Paid Handstamps1841 (16 Sept.) entire letter, headed "Morant Bay", "p Pkt" to Liverpool, showing "paid." PD11 handstamp alongside manuscript "4", both deleted, and "1/-" UK incoming Packet letter rate, despatch datestamp on reverse. One of only four examples known in black. PD2 ERD. Photoprovenance:Bob Swarbrick, September 1995Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Paid Handstamps1842 (10 May) entire letter from Mandeville per "Packet" to London, rated "6" (deleted) and "1/-", showing a good strike of the "I.P.P.Pd" (Inland Post Pre Paid) handstamp in magenta and with small portion of despatch P2a datestamp at right. the later of the two recorded examples of this highly unusual marking which is unique to Mandeville. PD2. Photoprovenance:Byron R. Cameron, November 1974Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Paid Handstamps1847 (20 June) soldier's entire letter "From Private John Dane - No 990 - 38th. Regt.", "Paid one Penny" to England, countersigned by the Commanding Officer and showing "1" TP3 handstamp, Jamaica Paid K6a and London Paid (21.7) datestamps. A rare soldier's concessionary rate cover. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Paid Handstamps1849 (26 Jan.) entire letter, headed "Leogon, St. James", from Montego Bay via Kingston, Halifax, Quebec and Toronto to Newmarket, Upper Canada, marked "to pay 4d" deleted and corrected with circular-framed "paid/8d." PD14 handstamp, further rated "3/2" for the Canada charge to include Ship and inland postage. The PD14 type unique to Montego Bay. PD5. Photoprovenance:Byron R. Cameron, November 1974Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Paid Handstamps1849 (7 Sept.) entire letter, headed "Montego Bay," to London, showing circular-framed "paid/1s 2d" similar to PD14 and unique to Montego Bay with Kingston (7.9) and London datestamps. A rare handstamp. PD6 ERD. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Paid Handstamps1855 (18 June) envelope from St. Ann's Bay via Kingston "per Packet prepaid" to London, rated "6", the Packet rate established in 1864, and showing circular-framed "paid" PD15 in red, despatch P3 and Kingston K6 datestamps. The PD15 handstamp unique to St. Ann's and with one other strike recorded by Foster in magenta in 1857. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Paid Handstamps1856 (6 Apr.) "Weekly News-Paper" from Kingston to London, showing "1" PD8 handstamp alongside Kingston Jamaica Paid PD5 datestamp. A rare usage on a newspaper. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1855-74 IssueIssued Stamps1½d. blue on blue wing-margin block of six (2x3), fresh with large part original gum; upper and lower left stamps with corner creases and one upper stamp with a thin; fine appearance A scarce multiple. S.G. F4, £390+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1855-74 IssueIssued Stamps3d. purple on lilac block of twelve (6x2), being the top two rows of the upper left pane with wing-margin at right, fresh with large part original gum and several remaining unmounted. A scarce multiple. S.G. F5b, £780+Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1855-74 IssueCovers1896 (21 July) envelope registered from Kingston to Barbados, bearing 1½d. blue on blue, 1½d. blue on white and 3d. purple on lilac sharing oval registered datestamp and with oval-framed "R" at foot, arrival datestamp (25.7) on reverse; creases clear of the adhesives. A scarce destination. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1855-74 IssueCovers1895 (31 Dec.) envelope registered from Kingston to Turks Islands, bearing 1½d. and 3d. sharing oval registered datestamp and with arrival datestamp (3.1) alongside. A scarce destination. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1858 IssueDie Proof10/- in green on glazed card (92x60mm.), unmarked; a rare colour proof. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1858 IssueCovers1893 (Jan.) envelope registered from Hagly Gap to Kingston, bearing 1/- rose (small fault at top) neatly cancelled by squared-circle datestamp and showing oval-framed "r" and Registered oval datestamp alongside; crease at left, otherwise clean and most attractive. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1858 IssueCovers1895 (6 Feb.) envelope registered from Cedar Valley to the Audit Office at Kingston, bearing 1/- rose neatly cancelled by datestamp and oval registered datestamp, at first disallowed by the postmaster who indicated an invalid stamp with blue crayon circles, a charge of 4d. then 3d. was inscribed in blue crayon which was crossed out in Kingston and which was applied over the Jamaica Registered oval datestamp and for confirmation a boxed "jamaica paid" datestamp in red was applied on 7 February; crease at foot well clear of the adhesive. A scarce and most unus...

Postal Fiscal Stamps1865-73 IssueDie Proof1d. in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "Before hardening", dated "Feb. 1, 1865", initialled and numbered "7036". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1865-73 IssueIssued Stamps, Watermark Pineapple1d. rose block of four, variety imperforate, large part original gum. Scarce. S.G. F1a, £1,100. Photoprovenance:Byron R. Cameron, November 1974Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1865-73 IssueCover1888 (22 Feb.) envelope (flap faults) from Porus to Gordon Town Post Office, bearing 1d. rose pair twice cancelled "A68", the reverse with despatch, Kingston and arrival (23.2) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Postal Fiscal Stamps1887 (c.) Printer's Working SheetA printers working sheet (170x278mm.) bearing the following: two large Arms die proofs in black on glazed card, an oval-shaped die proof of the Arms in black on glazed card (103x65mm.) marked "For Copper plate printing" and from Steel plate", 1855-74 1½d. and 3d. with manuscript "Specimen", 1858 5/- stamp-size die proof in green, 1/-, 5/- and 10/- each handstamped "specimen" (GB2), marked "obsolete" and with various other notations, and 1865-73 1d. rose. A wonderful printer's working sheet showpiece. Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda Feb...

Queen Elizabeth1955 Tercentenary IssueEssays2½d. and 3d. pencil sketches of the frames, country name, value and portrait ovals, the 3d. with some Chinese white to left, both executed on thin card (107x97mm.) with various annotations. A unique pair. Photoprovenance:De La Rue ArchivesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Queen Elizabeth1956-58 Definitive IssueSpecimen Stamps3/-, 5/-, 10/- and £1 each perforated "specimen" (B9), fresh without gum. A unique quartet discovered in the Bradbury, Wilkinson archive. S.G. 171-174. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Queen Elizabeth1964-68 Definitive Issue8d. Steamertail (marginal), variety red (beak) omitted, and a further example with variety light green misplaced 15mm. to foot, fine unmounted mint. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Queen Elizabeth1964-68 Definitive Issue1/- black and brown National Stadium vertical strip of five from the foot of the sheet, the upper three stamps variety black omitted, unmounted mint; fine, rare and a striking error. S.G. 226b, £6,750+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Queen Elizabeth1964-68 Definitive Issue10/- Arms lower right corner plate number block of eight (4x2), variety blue ("jamaica" etc.) omitted, fine unmounted mint. A superb and very rare plate number multiple. S.G. 231a, £4,000+. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Sailors Covers1800 (18 Nov.) entire letter "On Board His Majesties "Juno" Port Royal" to Hudson, New York State, no apparent charge raised in Jamaica, U.S. charge of "14½" (12½ cents from New York to Hudson plus 2c. ship postage), showing oval-framed "Ship Letter/Crown/"jamaica" alongside New York "clam" datestamp (8.10), the earliest recorded date of use. Photoprovenance: Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Sailors Covers1801 (28 Feb.) entire letter "Paid" from London to George Farington "on Board His Majestys Ship La Topaz at the island of Jamaica", showing indistinct despatch handstamp over-cancelled by London datestamp (2.3) in red; the contents strangely written in contrasting hands, one to "My Dear Dearest children", the other from another party in large script to his brother that he has been to London and "seen the King and Princesses". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1814 (30 June) entire letter from a Lieut. in the 5th. West Indian Regiment at Fort Augusta "p Snake" to Edinburgh, rated 1/- and 1/6d. and showing very fine oval-framed "Ship Letter/Crown/jamaica", Additional "½" handstamp and arrival datestamp (4.8). Photoprovenance:Dick Hemmings, March 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1833 (8 June) entire letter from New York to Raseelle Estate, St. Thomas in the East, rated "1/3" for a double rate inland letter carried up to 100 miles, showing circular-undated "ship letter/jamaica" handstamp (crossed by filing crease at top) and with Kingston datestamp (5.7) on reverse. Previously unrecorded until appearing in the Swarbrick collection, and only a very examples now recorded. Proud SL4 and four years earlier than recorded by him. PhotoNote: Incoming ship letters from America were landed on the north coast and were differently treated to those from Brit...

Ship Letter Handstamps1833 (24 Oct.) double rate "Consignees" entire letter from UK "P Royal Mint" to Springfield, Vere, rated "1.3" Jamaica Currency for letter carried up to 100 miles and showing a superb strike of the circular-undated "kingston/ship letter" handstamp. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1840 (23 Oct.) entire letter, headed "Panama", to London by "packet", rated "2/3" formed of 2/1d. UK inward Packet Letter charge from Columbia plus 2d. per ½oz. inland postage beyond Falmouth and showing "kingston/ship letter" SL7 datestamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1842 (14 Aug.) entire letter, headed "Salem", "p Echo" and, on reverse, "Forwarded by Jordan & Brother, Philadelphia" then "per Amelia Mulholland, Capt. Sage" to Mandeville Post Office "Care of Malabre & Co. , Kingston", rated "4" inland postage charge alongside "kingston/ship letter" SL4 datestamp. SL7. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1846 (18 July) entire letter from Salem "via Baltimore or Philadelphia" to Mayhill Post Office, rated "12" prepaid to Jamaica only with 10c. to pay on arrival including inland postage to May Hill, showing "jamaica/ship letter" and, on reverse, "Baltimore Forwarded by yours C. F.T. Montell". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1848 (9 Mar.) entire letter from Bethlehem "via Baltimore per Brig Cambrian or other first vessel to Jamaica", showing despatch datestamp, "paid" and "5" rate mark, all in red, manuscript "4" half Ship Letter charge (deleted) plus 6d. inland postage for a total of "10", showing "jamaica/ship letter" SL5 handstamp and, on reverse, framed "baltimore/forwarded by/r. & h.r. tucker" handstamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter Handstamps1861 (20 Aug.) entire letter from New York to Kingston, bearing 1851 10c. green pair sharing bars and New York datestamp, rated "8" in blue for ship letter postage paid on arrival and "jamaica/ship letter" handstamp. SL8. Photoprovenance:Byron R. Cameron, November 1974Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter HandstampsMontego Bay1845 (25 Sept.) entire letter from Salem "via Philadelphia" to Mayhill Post Office, rated 12c. postage and 1/- formed by 4d. half Ship Letter charge (U.S. contract) plus 8d. Jamaica inland postage, and showing despatch datestamp and "ship" handstamp, both in blue, "Montego Bay/ship letter" SL8 handstamp and Spanish Town (13.11) datestamp, all on face, Montego Bay (5.11) datestamp on reverse. Proud SL2 with less than a dozen examples recorded, and a month later than recorded by him. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Te...

Ship Letter HandstampsPort Maria1847 (12 Sept.) entire letter from Salem "via Baltimore" to May Hill Post Office and "Redirected to Mandeville", rated "12" US postage, 4d. half Ship Letter charge plus 6d. inland postage for a total of "10" plus a further 4d. for a total of "1/2", showing despatch datestamp alongside "Port Maria/ship letter" SL8 handstamp and, on reverse, light May Hill and Port Maria (9.11) datestamps, and indistinct oval-framed "forwarding agent/......../port maria" FAC3 handstamp, the only example recorded by Foster and possibly to date. Rare with few examples of the Ship Le...

Ship Letter HandstampsSt. Ann's1845 (8 June) entire letter, headed "Columbia, South Carolina", via Philadelphia by private ship to Jamaica, rated "1/6" for a double Ship Letter rate plus inland postage from St. Ann's to Mandeville of 2d. for a total charge of "1/8", showing the sole recorded example of the reverse step-type "ship letter/st anns", not recorded in Foster. Proud SL1. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Ship Letter HandstampsSavannah La Mar1848 (30 June) entire letter from Salem "care of E.P. Cohen Esq. Baltimore" to Bethany, Mandeville Post Office, showing "paid" alongside "12" (deleted) USA postage and charged "10" formed of 4d. half Ship Letter charge plus 6d. inland postage and showing "Savanna La Mar/ship letter" SL8 handstamp, Savannah La Mar (7.10) and Mandeville (10.10) datestamps on reverse. SL2 and exceptionally rare being in use for only one month according to Proud though this example predates his known month of use. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buy...

Telegraph Stamps1879 3d. die proof in black on glazed card (92x60mm.), marked "before hardening" and dated "May 26 1879". PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Telegraph Stamps1879 IssueCover1894 (20 Dec.) envelope from Port Royal to Kingston, bearing 3d. with neat single-ring datestamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Telegraph StampsPostal Stationery1920 (20 Aug.) envelope registered from Claremont to Cross Roads Post Office, bearing 6d. blue cut-out from a telegraph form twice cancelled with double-ring datestamp, the reverse with despatch and Registered datestamps. Most unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1881 (20 May) envelope registered from Ulster Spring to Spanish Town, bearing 2d. rose and 6d. lilac sharing superb circular-undated "ulster spring/jamaica" and with light Duncans datestamp alongside, the reverse with despatch, St. Ann's Bay with manuscript date and arrival datestamps. Rare and most unusual. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1891 (14 Jan.) ½d. on 1d. blue postcard from Bog Walk to Mandeville, lightly cancelled by single-ring "bog walk/jamaica" in violet (Proud D1, the earliest recorded date) with the usual date in manuscript omitted, Kingston squared-circle datestamp (15.1) and arrival datestamp (5.1) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1892 (22 Apr.) envelope from Alligator Pond to Kingston, bearing 1889-91 1d. placed sideways and neatly cancelled by "alligator pond/jamaica" with date inserted in manuscript, the reverse with a further strike and arrival datestamp (23.4). Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1894 (6 Aug.) ½d. brown card, uprated with ½d. green, from Walderston to Antigua, cancelled with a superb strike of the boxed "walderston/ 94/jamaica" datestamp (no further date included) and with Kingston datestamp at lower left; fine and the earliest recorded date of use of this datestamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1894 (15 Oct.) ½d. green wrapper, uprated with ½d. green and marked "Cards only Book post" andfrom Castleton to Germany, sharing two fine strikes of the boxed "castleton/94/jamaica" datestamp with the remainder of the date completed in manuscript; fine. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1910 (8 Mar.) picture postcard from Myrtle Bank to U.S.A., bearing Arms 1d. red cancelled by superb "myrtle bank/.....1910/jamaica." boxed datestamp in violet and with Kingston datestamp (9.3) alongside. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1928 (9 Oct.) envelope from Harewood to Kingston, bearing Arms ½d. green cancelled by superb "harewood/.....1928/jamaica." boxed datestamp in violet with the date completed in manuscript, and with part of slogan datestamp on face. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1929 (12 Oct.) 3d. brown F size registered envelope, uprated with ½d. green, from Trout Hall to England, sharing a good strike of the "trout hall/......1929/jamaica." boxed datestamp in violet with date completed in manuscript, Titchfield registration label converted to "Trout-Hall" in manuscript, Kingston oval registered datestamp (14.10) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Temporary Rubber Datestamps1952 (5 Aug.) envelope registered from Sandy River to England, bearing 6d. cancelled by "registered/sandy river jamaica" oval datestamp in violet and with Spanish Town registration label altered to "sandy river" in manuscript, three further strikes of the temporary datestamp, Kellits and Kingston Registered (no year date) datestamps on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The "Dummer" Packet Service, 1702-17111708 (31 Mar.) entire letter from Chief Justice Sir Peter Heywood, p. the Franklin pacquet QDC" to Mr. Charles Long in London "to be left with Mr. Charles Kent, sent at the single rate of "1N6" and showing small part Bishop mark on reverse. PhotoNote: This letter was used to illustrate the 3c. value of the 1971 Jamaica Post Office Tercentenary issueprovenance:L.E. BritnorBob Swarbrick, September 1995Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The "Dummer" Packet Service, 1702-17111708 (4 Dec.) entire letter ex the Eyre correspondence "p Frankland Pact QDC" to London, rated "16" and with "ap/17" Bishop mark on reverse. A very fine and clean letter sent quite late during the Dummer Packet Letter service. PhotoNote: The "Frankland" Packet was sometimes incorrectly called "Franklin". It's Master, Captain Pitts, operated from 1704-1711Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Commercial Rooms Forwarding Agents Handstamps1818 (26 Mar.) entire letter from Kingston via London to Scotland, rated "1/4" (deleted) and "1/10" comprising 8d. UK incoming Ship Letter plus 1/2d. inland postage from Deal to Campbelltown, showing "commercial*rooms," CR1 with "Kingston*Jamaica" added below, step-type "deal/ship letter", Ayr "405" mileage and boxed Additional "½" handstamps, all slightly overlapping, London datestamp (18.3) on reverse. A very rare and possibly unique combination of Commercial Rooms handstamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information p...

The Commercial Rooms Forwarding Agents Handstamps1818 (3 Oct.) entire letter from Kingston "Per Brig Leander" to London, rated 8d. UK inwards Ship Letter charge plus 1/- inland postage from Falmouth to London, showing step-type "falmouth/ship letter" and on reverse, light "Commercial*Rooms" CR2 and "Kingston, Jamaica" "A" handstamps, both across join, and arrival datestamp (20.11). A rare combination of handstamps with very few examples recorded. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyer...

The Commercial Rooms Forwarding Agents Handstamps1822 (9 Mar.) entire letter, headed "Kingston", "p Nautilus" to London and rated "1/4" for UK inward Ship Letter charge plus 8d. inland postage from Portsmouth to London, showing "commercial rooms/kingston jamaica" CR4 handstamp alongside step-type "portsmouth/ship letter" in red, London arrival datestamp (29.4) on reverse. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Commercial Rooms Forwarding Agents Handstamps1824 (24 Dec.) entire letter, headed "Retreat Estates Morant Bay", "p Packet" to Ayr, showing the very rare "too late for" CR5 handstamp (one other example recorded by Foster) and with "commercial rooms" CR6 handstamp on reverse, rated "1/4" formed of 8d. UK inwards Ship Letter charge plus 8d. inland postage from Portsmouth to London plus 1/1d. to Scotland and with Additional "½" handstamp alongside step-type "portsmouth/ship letter" handstamp in red, the reverse with light "commercial rooms" CR6 handstamp, London (21.2), Glasgow (24.2) and Ayr...

The Commercial Rooms Forwarding Agents Handstamps1838 (22 Mar.) entire letter from Kingston via London to Scotland, rated 1/3d. UK inward Packet charge plus inland postage and Additional "½" fee and showing, on reverse, fine circular-framed "commercial/buildings/kingston/jamaica" CR7 handstamp alongside London (7.6) and Edinburgh (9.6) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Early Datestamps of the Post TownsType P2 with Jamaica at FootA collection of entires/entire letters to the UK, variously rated and with datestamps of Bath, Black River, Buff Bay, Chapelton, Clarendon, Little River, Manchioneal (noted as one of three recorded examples), Montego Bay, Morant Bay (noted as earliest recorded example), Port Morant in blue-black (noted as the only example recorded), Rodney Hall and Spanish Town (in blue); generally good to superb strikesSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Early Datestamps of the Post TownsType P2 with Jamaica at Foot1840 (2) and 1843 entire letters ex the same correspondence from Little River to Liverpool, the 1840 items rated "Paid 1/3" (deleted) and replaced with "1/-", one with "40" of year date inverted, the 1843 cover marked "Paid 8" (deleted), replaced with "1/-", the datestamp on reverse and struck in blueSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Early Datestamps of the Post TownsType P2 with Jamaica at Foot1843 and 1844 entire letters ex the Fitzherbert correspondence from Vere to London, the first (18 June) showing fine strike in blue with date lines reversed and year date lacking "3", the other (18 Nov., minor internal faults) superb in brownish black ink, both struck on reverse. A fine pair. Photoprovenance:Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Falmouth Handstamps1820 (10 July) entire letter from the Victualling Office "By Montagu Packet" to Carmarthen, rated "4/4" and showing a legible strike of the "jamaica/f" datestamp (16.8). Photoprovenance:Francois Piat Dewavrin, December 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Falmouth Handstamps1829 (6 June) entire letter, headed "Mexico", "p Packet" to Belfast and forwarded to meet the "Princess Elizabeth" Packet at Jamaica, placed in sealed bags to Falmouth and forwarded to Ireland, rated "3/6" comprising 2/1d. UK inward Packet Letter charge plus 1/5d. inland postage through Ireland, showing "franco has/ta e puerto" handstamp in red and showing, on reverse, a superb strike of the "mexico" TR1 fleuron handstamp in green applied at Falmouth, and Irish arrival datestamp. PhotoNote: A similar handstamp was sent to Jamaica and was applied at Kingston to letters...

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1746 (12 Aug.) entire letter "per ye Snaper" to Robert Hamilton care of James Banahan in London ", rated "1N6" and showing, on reverse, fine "jamaica" (Foster J1 sub type with tail of the "j" not extending below the line of the other letters), Bishop mark on reverse. The previously unrecorded type of the "jamaica" handstamp and the earliest date recorded by Foster, the other three examples recorded at the time of the Foster sale being dated between January 1747 and July 1749. Proud PS2 and the earliest date of use recorded by him. An important Jam...

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1757 (6 Aug.) entire letter from the Hon. Frederick Maitland in Kingston to his brother the Earl of Lauderdale in Edinburgh, rated "1N6" and showing, on reverse, very fine "jamaica" (J1 sub type with tail of "j" extending below the other letters) and with "8/oc" Bishop mark alongside. Proud PS3. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1760 (11 June) triple rate entire letter from "Kingston" "p the Lady Augusta Packet" to Mrs. Frances Perrin care of George Chandler in London, rated "4N6" and showing, on reverse, largely fine "jamaica" (J1 sub type with "j" below other letters) and equally fine "18/au" Bishop mark; the contents include "I have not been able to see Mr. Mark Hall this long time, he being defending the Estate against the rebellious Negroes". Proud PS3. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1772 (14 Oct.) double rate entire letter headed "Kingston" "pr. the Hilsbro Pacquet Boat" to Duncan Graham care of Alexander Cuningham, Edinburgh, marked "2N" corrected to "3N" and showing, on reverse, superb "iamaica" (J3) and two "18/ja" Bishop marks. Proud PS4. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1778 (3 July) entire letter "p Halifax packet" to London, rated "1N-" UK inward Packet charge to London and showing, on reverse, fine 5th. Type "jamaica" handstamp and "7/se" Bishop mark. The Halifax packet under John Boulderson Jnr. left Falmouth on 22 April 1779 and was captured on the return tripSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1779 (May and July) entire letters ex the Graham correspondence from Kingston to Edinburgh, the first a single rate "p Anna Teresa Packet" with "In all" handstamp followed by "1n6" and with fine 5th. Type "jamaica" handstamp (Proud PS6) and Bishop mark on reverse, the second "p Lord Hyde Pacquet" uprated from single to double to treble rate and with superb 5th. Type "jamaica" and Bishop mark on reverse; accompanied by 1795 (June) entire letter "pr Packet" from Kingston Surrey to Kingston showing superb "kingston" Surrey serpentine handstamp. An...

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1784 (23 Feb.) entire letter headed "Grange Estate" and " p Packet" being carried by the "Nemesis" Frigate "Care of Messers. Davidsons and Graham, London", rated "1n" and showing, on reverse, superb 6th. Type "iamaica" exhibiting perfectly. Proud PS8. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Kingston "jamaica" and "iamaica" Handstamps1790 (4 Mar.) entire letter from an Officer on board HMS Centurion at Port Royal Harbour advising that this letter, and others, would be entrusted to a Gentleman Officer returning to London on HMS Amphion, addressed to Rev. Alloh "To be left at the Post Office at Pontefract", rated "1/-" and showing a fine strike of the 7th. Type "jamaica" with slightly unaligned letters, arrival datestamp (28/4) on reverse; a couple of edge faults though the sole example recorded of this handstamp. Proud PS9. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more i...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1760 (24 Oct.) entire letter headed Palmito River" to Kingston, apparently carried privately with no manuscript rate markings and showing, on reverse, partially fine strike of a previously unrecorded "peters/field" handstamp, face panel partially toned though not affecting handstamp An important cover with the handstamp possibly used by the major establishment of the area, as no official Post Office was established with this name for another 115 years. Proud PS1 and the sole example recorded by him. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1774 (1 Sept.) entire letter from "Bogside" (Scotland?) "pr. (ship) "Clarendon", (Capt.) "Brankston" to Spanish Town, carried privately to Jamaica and apparently landing at Morant Bay and showing largely fine previously unrecorded three-line "port/morant/harbour" handstamp (43x22mm.). A spectacular and highly important exhibition showpiece with no other three-line namestamp having been recorded for Jamaica. Proud PS3 and three months earlier than recorded by him. Photo`Note: On page 71 of his handbook Foster mentions that Por...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1776 (24 Feb.) entire letter from "Montego Bay" overland to Kingston, marked "p Post", rated "1N3" and showing faint albino "montego/bay" alongside fine "king/ston" T1a (Proud PS5, rare and of which only about ten examples are believed recorded). The earliest recorded example of the albino Montego Bay handstamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1789 (15 Mar.) entire letter from Madeira "pr Trio Webster" (Captain) to Savannah La Mar, rated "1/3" and showing, on reverse, fine "montego/bay" PS2 crossed by light filing crease. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1789 (18 Mar.) entire letter from Spanish Town via London "by the Packet" to Madeira, rated "1/-" and showing, on reverse, superb "spanish/town" alongside London transit datestamp (25.5). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1793 (20 Mar.) entire letter from "Kippinross" to Trelawny, carried privately to Black River and entering the mail there on to Trelawny, rated "1.3" and showing, on reverse, "black/river" PS2 alongside unspoilt red wax seal; interesting contents include "It is however to be hoped the War will cure the phrenzy of imitating French liberty: though it has apparently not as yet had that effect with Messers. Pitt and Wilberforce, at least as to the Slave Bill, though owing in a great measure to their imprudence, that business has cau...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1796 (31 May) entire letter from "Scarlett Hall Estate, St. James" to Scotland" "pr Sandwich Packet", marked "Post 1/3d Paid" Currency for a single letter travelling over 100 miles, , "1/-" UK inward Packet charge to London plus "7" from London to Scotland, and with additional manuscript "1.7/3/4.9 Postage" indicating a total for three letters delivered, the reverse with "little/river" across join alongside 6th.Type "iamaica" and London transit datestamp (26.7). Rated unique in Foster. Proud PS2 and the sole example recorded by...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T1 in Two or Three Lines1801 (3 Sept.) entire letter headed "Dundee Trelawny" from Montego Bay to Kingston then "pr Packet" to Edinburgh at a total rate of "2/2" (1/1d. UK inward Packet charge plus 1/1d. inland postage from Falmouth to Edinburgh), showing on reverse, very fine "montego/bay" handstamp alongside London transit datestamp (22.10); the latest date recorded by Foster and Proud. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1770 (6 Nov.) entire letter, headed "Grange Hill", to Kingston, probably carried privately as with no manuscript rate marks and showing, on reverse, superb previously unrecorded "amity hall". Proud PS1 (crease clear of the handstamp) and the sole date of use recorded by him. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1778 (10 Feb.) entire letter headed "St.Elizabeth" "per the packet" to London, marked "Inland Postage Pd 7½d." and "1n" for single rate to England and showing, on reverse, "lacovia*" alongside 5th. Type "jamaica" handstamp (Proud PS6) and "3/ap" Bishop mark. Proud PS2 EKD. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1780 (14 Sept.) entire letter from Beauport, Quebec landing at Titchfield near Port Antonio then overland via Kingston to Spanish Town, rated "1/3" Currency and showing, on reverse, generally fine "titchfiled" alongside Type T1 "king/ston" handstamp (only about 10 examples recorded). A rare combination of handstamps. Proud PS1 and a very early date of use. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1790 (25 July) entire letter from Westmorland "p Antelope packet" to London, marked "Pd Inld Posta(ge) 1/3", "1/-" for packet letter charge and showing, on reverse, "sav la mar" PS3 alongside London transit datestamp (11.10). Photoprovenance:Dick Hemmings, March 2014Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1791 (2 May) entire letter from Bristol per "West India Pacquet" via Kingston to Francis Grant at Trelawny Estate regarding an Abolition of Slavery Debate, rated "6" alongside "bristol" handstamp at right and with light "falm:o" alongside "1/6" rating for a total of 1/6d. A rare and unusual abbreviated handstamp only recorded in use from 1789 to 1791 and with highly unusual content including "Mr. Wilberforce made a Motion in the House of Commons on the 18th. April for the Abolition of the African trade, and of the next day, being...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1794 (14 Dec.) entire letter headed "Greenwood Estate, St. Mary's" overland to Kingston and then via London "Pr. Packet" to Scotland, rated "7½" inland postage for a single letter travelling under 100 miles, "1/-" UK inward Packet rate plus "7d" inland charge from London to Scotland and showing, on reverse, very fine previously unrecorded "bagnals" PS1, 6th. Type "iamaica", London transit (26.2) and faint Scottish arrival datestamp (4.3) in red. PhotoNote: Bagnals was in a plantation village of St. Mary which assumed the name of it...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1808 (1 Mar.) entire letter from London via Falmouth to "Sympsons Estate St. Thos.in ye East", marked "P1/10" and showing "kingston. t" handstamp (PS7 with the "T" believed to either donate Town or possibly Tax) alongside light despatch datestamp in red, on reverse manuscript "2/8" suggesting that the prepayment was disregarded and the 2/- Packet letter charge plus a single 8d. inland charge for a letter carried over 100 miles was collected . A rare and most unusual handstamp with only one example dated on 25 April 1808 listed by P...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T2 in a Single Line1823 (20 Dec.) entire letter "per Packet" to London, rated 7½d. Currency inland postage, 1/3d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London and showing, on reverse, "bath" across join and alongside "jamaica" F4 fleuron datestamp and arrival datestamp (31.1.24). PS3provenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1802 (early Aug.) missionary entire letter "Per Packet" to London, rated 1/3d. Currency inland postage, U.K. 1/- inward Packet letter charge plus 10d. inland postage from Falmouth to London and showing, on reverse across join, superb "savanna-la-mar/ja", "jamaica/ja" J7 datestamp and arrival datestamp (28.9). PS4 ERD. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1804 (10 July) entire letter, headed "Nameless" to Scotland, rated "7½", 1/- inland Packet letter charge plus 1/2d. inland postage from Falmouth to Scotland and showing, on reverse across join, "annotto/bay/ja", "jamaica/13 jul 1804" J7 and London (5.9) datestamps. PS2 ERD. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1809 (13 Dec.) entire letter, headed "Vere, Carpenters Mountains", marked "p Packet" to London, rated 2/- inward Packet charge including UK inland postage from Falmouth to London and showing, on reverse across join, "green pond/ja" and faint "jamaica" fleuron datestamp over-cancelled with arrival datestamp (14.2.40); the latest recorded date. PS2 LRD. Photoprovenance: V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1810 (4 Mar.) entire letter from the Hardly Estate via Kingston "By the Packet" to Scotland, rated "1/7½" Currency inland postage, UK 1/1d. inland Packet Letter charge plus 1/2d. inland charge from Falmouth to Scotland, showing, on reverse across join, "amity hall/ja" and "jamaica" fleuron datestamp, arrival datestamps (13.5) on face and reverse. PS2, 16 months later than the sole date recorded in Proud. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view T...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1813 (10 Feb.) entire letter, headed "Virgin Valley", from Montego Bay to Bath, rated "2/6" inland postage and "1/3" inward packet charge plus 9d. inland postage from Falmouth to Bath and showing, on reverse across join, "montego bay/ja" alongside faint "jamaica" F3 fleuron datestampSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1813 (22 Feb.) entire letter, headed "Bluefields", via Kingston "p. Diana Packet" to London, rated 1/3d. Currency for Jamaica inland postage plus 2/2d. UK inward Packet charge including UK inland postage and showing, on reverse across join, "robins-river/ja" partially crossed by arrival datestamp (22/4). PS3. Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda, January 1978Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1814 (25 June) entire letter to Glasgow, rated "Pd 1/3d." Jamaica inland postage plus 2/3d. inward Packet charge including UK inland postage plus the Scottish Additional "½" and framed arrival datestamp (12.8), all on face, the reverse, with "lucea/ja" most unusually struck in brownish/magenta ink and "jamaica" fleuron datestamp (1.7). PS3. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1819 (7 June) entire letter, headed "Albion Estate", via Kingston "per Packet" to Edinburgh, rated 7½d. Jamaica Currency, 4/10d. (a high rate for an apparent single rate letter) plus Additional "½" handstamp, all on face, the reverse with "port mara/ja" (spelling error for Maria) across join alongside "jamaica" F4 fleuron datestamp (12.6) and Liverpool "206" mileage datestamp (1.8). PS2 LRD. Photoprovenance:V.N.F. Surtees, September 1976Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Condi...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1819 (6 July) entire letter from Darley Hall near Barnsley to Spanish Town and redirected to Kingston, rated 1/- inland postage plus 1/3d. Packet letter charge, the addressee charged 3/4d. Jamaica Currency to include inland postage, uprated to 3/9d. for the redirection and showing, on reverse across join, "spanish-town/ja/5 octbr.1819" datestamp unrecorded by Foster and with only a couple of other examples recorded since. A highly unusual and important handstamp thought to have been introduced by the local Postmaster and so...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1821 (4 May) entire letter from London to St. Ann's and redirected to Deeside "St.Thos in the Vale", rated "2/2" and "3/9" Currency in red ink to include inland postage, showing previously unrecorded "mongague/ja" spelling error handstamp, PS3, a month earlier than recorded by Proud. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1822 (23 June) entire, headed "Paradise", rated 7½d. Jamaica currency inland postage, 1/3d. inland postage to Scotland and showing, on reverse, previously unrecorded "hope-bay/ja" alongside "jamaica" F6 fleuron datestamp and overlapping arrival datestamp (6.8). PS2 LRD. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1831 (4 Feb.) treble rate entire letter, headed "Trelawny", per "Packet" to London, rated "4/4", 2/6d. inwards Packet letter plus 1/10d. inland postage from Falmouth to London for a total of "4/4" and showing "falmouth/ja", Kingston (7.2) and arrival (8.4) datestamps on reverse. PS6. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T3 with "ja" below Town Name1832 (10 July) double rate entire letter "p. packet" to Lancashire, rated 1/3d. Jamaica Currency, inland postage for a single rate letter carried over 100 miles, 1/- UK inward Packet charge plus 1/3d. inland postage from Falmouth and showing, on reverse, "dry-harbour/ja" across join and Jamaica datestamp (13.9). PS3 ERD. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1824 (21 Jan.) entire letter to Kingston, rated 7½d. Currency inland postage for a letter carried up to 100 miles and showing, on reverse across join, very fine "port maria" PS3 now with PS2 spelling corrected from "mara". PS3. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1827 (6 Feb.) entire letter, headed "Java, Green Pond" "p Packet" to Scotland, rated 7½d. Currency inland postage, 1/3d. inward Packet Letter charge plus 1/3d. inland postage from Falmouth to Ayr and showing, on reverse across join, "green pond", "jamaica" F6 fleuron datestamp (9.2, an early date of use), Glasgow (26.3) and Ayr (27.3) datestamps. PS4. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1829 (28 Oct.) entire letter via Kingston and "per the Packet" to Gloucestershire, rated 7½d. Currency inland post and 2/- UK inland Packet letter from Falmouth, showing on reverse "lacovia" and indistinct "jamaica" F6 fleuron datestamp, both across join. PS5. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1829 (17 Dec.) entire letter, headed "Carlton Estate, Little River P.O." by "Packet Osbourne" to Arran, marked "Inland p paid 1/3" (deleted) and "4/10" formed from 2/6d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 2/4d inland postage from Falmouth to Scotland, showing Additional "½" boxed handstamp and, on reverse, superb "little river" alongside "jamaica" F6 fleuron datestamp. PS5 ERD. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1830 (4 Feb.) entire letter, headed "Shrewsbury, Hope Bay, St. Georges", per "Packet" to Lancashire, marked "Inland Post Paid 7½d." and "2/4" UK inland Packet letter charge including UK inland postage, showing on reverse "hope bay" Type T4a, the sole example recorded to date, and "jamaica" F6 fleuron datestamp, the latest date of use recorded by Foster. PS3 and the sole date of use recorded by Proud. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1833 (14 Oct.) entire via Kingston to London, rated 1/3d. Jamaica Currency for inland postage, 1/3d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London and showing, on reverse across join, "port royal", Kingston K4 and London datestamps. A year earlier than recorded by Foster. PS3. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1835 (6 Mar.) entire letter, headed "Welcome" Estate, to Lucea, rated 7½d. Jamaica currency for a single rate letter travelling under 100 miles and showing, on reverse, "flint river" PS3 and the sole date recorded by Proud. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1835 (14 May) entire letter, headed "Pennants Estate", via Kingston "p Packet" to London, rated 7½d. Jamaica currency inland postage, UK inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London and showing, on reverse, "chapelton" alongside Kingston K4 and London (22.6) datestamps. PS4 ERD. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1835 (25 Dec.) entire letter (some pages separated), headed "Holland Estate", via Kingston to UK, rated "2/6d." Jamaica currency for triple rate inland postage, assessed as double letter on arrival in the UK being charged 2/6d. inward Packet letter rate plus 1/10d. inland postage from Falmouth to London and showing, on reverse across join, superb "green island", Kingston K4 and arrival datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1837 (14 June) entire, headed "Stewart Town", via Kingston to London, marked "Single per Packet", inland rate mark deleted and showing "2/2" formed of 1/3d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London, superb "alexandria" at left, Kingston and London (1.9) datestamps on reverse. PS2. Photoprovenance:Sissons, December 1982Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1838 (5 Nov.) entire letter, headed "Bethiephil, St. James" per "Packet" to London, rated "2/2 Paid" (1/3d. Packet letter and 11d. inland charge on arrival) and showing fine "montego bay" at left, Kingston (9.11) and London (21.12) datestamps on reverse. PS7. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1839 (3 Jan.) entire letter, headed "Ramble" to Kingston and showing, on reverse across join, "clarendon" alongside Kingston K5 datestamp, Additional "½" handstamp on face. PS5. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1839 (12 Mar.) entire letter "p Packet" to London, rated "Paid 2/2" and "Inland & Packet postage paid 5/-" and showing "black river" alongside "jamaica/paid" PD3 datestamp in red (a very late date of use) and London arrival datestamp (6.5). PS4. PhotoNote: The letter includes "The Black gentry will do little but work, none of them more than three or four days a week and the greater part of them will not work at all. We are still in hopes some decisive measures will be taken to bring them to their senses otherwise goodbye to Sugar a...

The Post Town Straight Line HandstampsType T4 in a Single Line1839 (10 Apr.) entire, headed "Guys Hill", to London, rated 7½d. Jamaica Currency local postage and UK incoming rate and showing, on reverse, "pear tree grove", PS2 and the latest of the very few examples recorded, partially crossed by arrival datestamp (9.5) and with Kingston K4 datestamp at left. Unique at the time of the Foster handbook publication. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Straight-Line "jamaica" Datestamps Types J4-61799 (16 Apr.) entire to Edinburgh, appearing to be an example of a Ship Letter charged half Packet rate under a 1799 Act, being 10d. half packet rate plus 1/4d. inland charge for a total of 2/2d., showing on reverse "jamaica/16 apr 99" J4 datestamp, the earliest recorded date of use, and London transit datestamp (25.5). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Straight-Line "jamaica" Datestamps Types J4-61799 (26 June) double rate entire letter to Glasgow, originally rated "1/8" deleted with an Inspectors Crown, re-rated "3/4", again deleted, and finally "4/10", showing on reverse superb "jamaica/26 june" J4 datestamp alongside arrival datestamp (20.9). Photoprovenance:Robson Lowe, Bermuda January 1978Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Straight-Line "jamaica" Datestamps Types J4-61799 (31 Dec.) entire letter from "Greenwall St. Davids" by "Packet" to London, rated "3/4" (2/- inward Packet plus 1/4d. inward charge from Falmouth to London) and showing, on reverse, "jamaica/jan 1 1800" J5 datestamp, possibly the first recorded date of use on the first day of the new century, and February arrival datestamp across join. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Transit Handstamps1838 (3 July) envelope from Columbia via Jamaica to London, headed "Legation of the United States-Bogota" and rated "3/-" formed of 2/1d. UK inward Packet letter charge plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London, showing oval-framed Bogata Franca handstamp alongside "3" rate mark and with fine "carthagena" TR2 fleuron handstamp in purple applied at Kingston. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Transit Handstamps1840 (26 July) entire letter from Columbia via Kingston to London, rated "1/-", "11d.", both deleted, "2/3" and showing superb "carthagena" TR2 fleuron datestamp in vermilion, fine Kingston K6 despatch (28.7) and arrival (5.9) datestamps. Proud 1140 and a month later than the first period of use. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Transit Handstamps1842 (5 May) entire letter from "Arequipa" Peru via Panama, Jamaica and UK by Royal Mail Steam Packet to Finistere, France, charged as a 2oz. letter at 15/6d. and re-rated as an 80 gram letter for France at £1.1.6d., France claiming 96c. on arrival, showing framed "Packet Letter" handstamp in red, with circular-undated "south america/via panama" alongside and Calais transit datestamp (11.9) below. Proud 1143 and three months earlier than recorded. Photoprovenance:Andre Bollen, February 1983Subject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms an...

The Transit Handstamps1843 (10 May) entire, headed "Panama" to London, rated "1/-" UK inward Packet letter charge via Panama and "1/2" and showing oval-framed "panama/franco" handstamp in red and circular-undated "panama" alongside, Kingston (2.6) and London (2.7) datestamps on reverse. Proud 1142 two months later than his LRD. Photo

The Transit Handstamps1844 (Apr.) entire (no docketing) from the west coast of South America via Panama, Kingston and London by Royal Mail Steam Packet to France, sent unpaid and charged on arrival, showing "received & forwarded/by/louis lewis/of/panama", circular-undated "via south america packet/panama" alongside "colonies/& art. 12" and Boulogne entry datestamp (25.5), the reverse with Kingston (22.4), London (23.5) and Bordeaux (27.5) datestamps. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Use of His Majesty's Warships as "Packet" Ships1756 (15 June) entire letter "p his Majesties Ship Hinde, Capt. Webber Q.D.C." "via Edinburgh" to Clatto near St. Andrews, indistinct official rate marking, apparently "1/6" for the single packet rate to London plus 6d. from London to Clatto and 2d. Edinburgh to Clatto, although this official rate does not appear to coincide with the rate on the cover, Bishop mark on reverse. A rare and most unusual usage of a warship as a "Packet" ship. PhotoNote: In 1755 France took control of St. Lucia and this occupation of the neutral island was one of...

The Victualling Office1813 (17 Feb.) entire letter from the "Victualling Office, Jamaica" "By Nymph Packet" to Plymouth, no Packet Letter charge made, rated only "8" for inland postage and with boxed "falmouth" in red. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The To Pay Handstamps1844 (25 Apr.) entire letter from Kingston to May Hill Post Office, showing very fine wood cut "6" TP1 handstamp for a ½oz. letter carried between 61 and 100 miles, deleted and replaced with manuscript "Redirected to Kingston 1/-", double 6d. for redirection, and May Hill P2 datestamp (30.5). PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The To Pay Handstamps1848 (20 Dec.) entire, docketed "Santiago de Cuba" to London, forwarded through Dr. V Moreau in Kingston and showing superb "1s/-" TP2 handstamp, Kingston datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Too Late Handstamps1824 (8 Nov.) entire letter, complete with a list of requirements for Orange Hill Estate, "p Packet" to Scotland, marked "one sheet only" and rated "2/6" formed of 1/2d. Packet rate and 1/4d. inland transit charge, showing fine "jamaica/too late" TL2 datestamp and the earliest date recorded by Foster. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Too Late Handstamps1825 (23 May) entire from Kingston "per packet" to London, rated "2/2" formed by 1/3d. UK inward Packet rate plus 11d. inland postage from Falmouth to London, and showing a superb strike of the "jamaica/too late" TL2 datestamp, arrival datestamp (25.7) on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Too Late Handstamps1833 (20 Nov.) entire letter from Kingston "pr Packet" to London, rated "2/2" formed of 1/3d. inward Packet Letter charge plus 11d. inland postage to London, showing very fine "too late" TL3 on face (some ten years earlier than recorded by Foster), and "port royal" T4 , the earliest recorded, Kingston datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Too Late Handstamps1837 (10 Nov.) entire letter, headed "Salt Gut Post Office, St. Mary" to Lancashire, rated "2/3" formed of 1/3d. inward Packet Letter charge plus 1/- inland postage and showing very fine "too late" TL3, some seven years earlier than recorded by Foster, on face and "spanish town" datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Too Late Handstamps1843 (4 Nov.) entire letter, headed "Ballards Valley", Highgate and Kingston to London, marked "Pd 4" Jamaica inland postage (deleted), "1/-" Packet letter inward charge and with manuscript "Too Late" at topSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Too Late Handstamps1844 (27 Feb.) entire letter from Fairfield "care of C. Malabre Esq. Kingston yr obt F.R.H." to Salem, rated 20c. US postage and showing Baltimore datestamp and "ship" handstamps red, and with "too late" TL4 handstamp. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

The Too Late Handstamps1848 (28 Aug.) entire letter from Black River to Bethany, Mandeville Post Office, showing large manuscript "4" and with "Too Late" TL6 handstamp at left, Black River P2 datestamp on reverse. PhotoSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.

Transit Mail1859 (13 Dec.) entire letter, docketed "Santo Domingo", Dominican Republic, to Port Royal, Kingston and "pr Packet" London and Paris, showing "8" decimes handstamp, boxed "g b/1f 60" and, on reverse, Port Royal P2a datestamp, Kingston Jamaica K8, London (19.1) and Paris (20.1) datestampsSubject to 20% VAT on Buyer’s Premium. For more information please view Terms and Conditions for Buyers.
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