Showing items in category Gibraltar, sorted by newest listed first.
|GIBRALTAR - 1934 1 1/2d PSC used locally. H&G 31.|
1934 1 1/2d brown on dark buff postal stationery p'card addressed to Selingsgrove (genuine use) with `Beacarello, Stationer, Main Street, Gibraltar' h/s at lower left & cancelled by GIBRALTAR/THE TRAVEL KEY boxed roller type strike dated 24.SEP.35. Rated 'RR' by H&G. An exceedingly difficult piece of stationery. H&G 31.
|GIBRALTAR - 1947 military cover to Germany with PAR AVION/JUSQU'A mark.|
1947 (FEB.22.) cover addressed to 'C.M.S.Forrest' at B.A.O.R. (forces stationed on the Rhine) bearing 2d and 3d 'victory' adhesive tied by GIBRALTAR rollar strike and struck at lower right by black rubber boxed PAR AVION/JUSQU'A handstamp with 'UK' inserted in manuscript.
|GIBRALTAR - 1936 2d rate 'Canadian Pacific' maritime letter card to Canada.|
1935 (JA.28.) use of illustrated 'Canadian Pacific/Letter Card' addressed to Canada bearing 3d (SG 113) tied by GIBRALTAR/THE TRAVEL KEY slogan cds with the card depicting 'Steamships/Trains and Hotels'. Inside is a pre-printed heading ' On Board The canadaian Pacific Steamship'. Nice item.
|GIBRALTAR - 1903 maritime 'Private Mailing Card'
1903 (JY.6.) use of postcard addressed to UK depicting 'Gruss Von Bofd De Dampfers-Lahn' of the Norddeutscher Llyod, Bremen line with red PRIVATE MAILING CARD-AUTHORIZED BY ACT OF CONGRESS OF MAY 19th, 1898 applied. Bears Gibraltar 1d adhesive tied by 'A 26' duplex with GIBRALTAR cds alongside.
|GIBRALTAR - 1935 6d rate 'Silver Jubilee' cover to UK struck by POSTED OUT OF COURSE h/s.|
1935 (MY.6.) registered cover addressed to UK bearing the 6d 'Silver Jubilee' adhesive used on its first day of issue cancelled by GIBRALTAR cds with oval REGISTERED/GIBRALTAR cancel at left used to tie the red on cream registered etiquette. The cover was struck by POSTED OUT OF COURSE h/s in black used to indicate that the registered item was placed into a posting box and not handed over the counter. Rated 3d per 1/2oz plus 3d registered fee. A scarce cover thus. Red wax seals removed from reverse leaving some thin marks.
|GIBRALTAR - 1930 cover to USA with FEE PAID handstamp applied on arrival.
1930 (AU.15.) cover addressed to USA marked 'Special Delivery' in same hand. The cover bears 1d, 2d and 3d adhesives tied GIBRALTAR with violet six lined FEE PAID AT/MELROSE BRANCH/ BOSTON MASS/NUMBER…/DATE…./TIME…. Cachet. Unusual item.
|GIBRALTAR - 1886 2d RPSE unused (size K).|
1886 2d ultramarine on cream registered postal stationery envelope of Barbados overprinted GIBRALTAR (size K) in unused condition. The colour of the pre-stamp has as usual turned to greyish blue and the cover has a vertical central fold. Whilst minor ageing this is a difficult large sized stationery envelope. H&G 1c.
|GIBRALTAR - 1900 2 1/2d rate underpaid cover to USA with tax mark and postage due applied.|
1900 (OC.2.) under paid cover addressed to USA bearing 2 1/2d adhesive tied by 'A 26' duplex with GIBRALTAR cds alongside and with 'T' tax mark applied. US 10c 'postage due' added on arrival with DUE 10 CENTS s/l mark in black.
|GIBRALTAR - 1940 censored FPO/475 cover to UK with INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID h/s.|
1940 cover addressed to UK bearing 6d adhesive tied by FIELD POST OFFICE 475 cds with violet triangular PASSED/CENSOR/10 GIB h/s at left and struck by black two lined INSUFFICEIENTLY PREPAID FOR/TRANSMISSION BY AIR h/s.
|GIBRALTAR - 1950 registered cover to UK with 1/- (SG 143a) BROKEN R variety.|
1950 (NO.18) registered cover to UK bearing 1/2d, 1d, 1 1/2d & 5d adhesives together with the 1950 'Constitution' series of four (SG140-43) with the 1/- value showing the scarce variety BROKEN R IN GIBRALTAR. Row 9/4 of plate 2. SG143a. each tied by REGISTERED/ GIBRALTAR cds's. Scarce variety on cover.
|GIBRALTAR - 1949 S.S.PELORUM maritime use of picture postcard to Italy.|
1949 (JU.28.) use of picture postcard addressed to Italy depicting 'North View Of The Town' bearing 5d orange tied GIBRALTAR cds with S/S PELORUM / SOC DI NAV TRANSMEDITERRANEAN/ PALERMO maritime handstamp struck at left in greenish black ink. Circular '74' postmans mark at right.
|GIBRALTAR - 1948 POST OFFICE GIBRALTAR/POST PAID cover to UK.|
1948 stampless cover addressed to UK (surface creasing) cancelled by scarce double ringed POST OFFICE GIBRALTAR/POSTAGE PAID cancel. Used during the Second World War without dating for security. (Proud type PD8). Only used on January 9th 1948.