Showing items in category Gibraltar, sorted by newest listed first.
|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.
|GIBRALTAR - 1942 On Active Service maritime cover.|
1942 (circa) stampless cover addressed to UK marked in manuscript 'On Active Service' and cancelled by red wavy lined OFFICIAL/PAID handstamp with blue rubber boxed BY/AIR MAIL strike. Red FROM H.M.SHIP/PASSED BY CENSOR 'tomb' type strike at lower left. Troops stationed in Gibraltar.
|GIBRALTAR - 1939 2d rated cover to Spain with both Gibraltar and Spanish censor labels.|
1939 (OCT.12.) cover addressed to Spain bearing 2d grey adhesive tied by GIBRALTAR/TRAVEL KEY slogan strike with part red on cream EXAMINED BY/GIBRLTAR/POSTAL CENSOR label with grey Spanish seal over and tied on the front by violet oval shielded CENSURA MILITAR/ BARCELONA h/s.
|GIBRALTAR - 1945 FORMULA air letter used at FPO 475 with RAF censor.|
1945 (JA.30.) dark blue on greyish FORMULA postal stationery air letter (Army Form W.3077) addressed to South Africa (genuine use) bearing 3d adhesive tied by FIELD POST OFFICE 475 cds with scarcer violet five sided RAF CENSOR/396 crested censor at left. A scarcer use by South African troops.
|GIBRALTAR - 1938 2d postal stationery letter card to Sweden with 'postage due' added. H&G 2.|
1938 2d grey on cream illustrated LETTER CARD addressed to Sweden cancelled by GIBRALTAR/ 25 cds dated NO.14.38. The card is without internal message but was under-paid and received a Swedish LOSEN/ORE postage due label on arrival with '20' inserted in manuscript. H&G 2.
|GIBRALTAR - 1912 1d (SG 77) DIAGONALLY BI-SECTED for 1/2d Xmas mails.|
1912 1d carmine red adhesive (SG 77) DIAGONALLY BI-SECTED on small piece by full GIBRALTAR/25 cds dated 24.DE.12. An unusual and scarce un-official bi-sect probably done by postal clerk who run out of 1/2d adhesives for local postage at Christmas.