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Sale 4034

British and Worldwide Stamps and Postal History


Jamaica
 
 
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Lot 6178

Jamaica, 1915 POW cover to U.S., from German POW from Up Park Camp to Indianapolis, forwarded within, with black double circle Cross Roads cds, violet framed "Passed Censor" superimposed, violet "FREE Letter of Prisoner of War" at top [faint] & violet "Answer to be addressed to P. of W. Brigade Office Jamaica", Kingston and Baltimore transit marks on back, a rare cover, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $160.
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Lot 6179

Jamaica, 1916, Red Cross label on cover to Annotto Bay, franked with ½d & 1d stamps (58, 61), and tied by light G.P.O. circular datestamps, corner card reading "FRED. L. MYERS & SON/ The Sugar Wharf/ 188, Harbour Street……," backstamped with May 8, 1916 arrival datestamp, Fine.
Suggested Bid $50.
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Lot 6180

Jamaica, 1931 (Nov. 24), Kingston to Cienfuegos, Lindbergh Flown, with correct 9d franking, scarcer than the catalog would indicate, Very Fine.
AAMC L97.
Suggested Bid $100.
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