Great Britain



Catalog: Drummond OS1a

Date issued: Unknown, EKU November 13, 1897

Printing: Black on thin white

Perforation: Rough 11 1/2

Inscription: "V. (crown) R. / FOUND / OPEN AND / OFFICIALLY / SEALED."

Control Number: "M.-No. 11." over line at upper right

Description: Well traveled 1900 Cunliffe, Russell & Co. cornercard cover from Paris, France to E. C. da Costa, Esq. of the East Lancashire Regiment at Thayetmyo, Burma. Forwarded to Lucknow, India, then to Bareilly, India, Jullundur, India, and then finally to Durban, Natal for the South African Field Force at Pretoria, Transvaal. Two British official seals applied at bottom and right side.






Catalog: Drummond OS3

Date issued: Unknown, EKU October 19, 1902

Printing: Black

Perforation: 11 3/4

Inscription: "E. (crown) R. / FOUND / OPEN AND / OFFICIALLY / SEALED"

Control Number: "M.-No. 11." over line at upper right

Description: Fragile and damaged 1902 business cover from Sophia, Bulgaria to Gloucestershire, England repaired on front and reverse with two British Edwardian era seals, one of which is tied by a Dursley receiving cancel.

Courtesy of Jim Kotanchik by permission.

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