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Feast your eyes on these delights!
We have just uploaded a fantastic collection of Edward VII postal history items. Loaded with amazing history and beautiful images they really are superb. What a great addition to your collection they would be!
What about this beauty. Posted on board the SS Warwickshire at Port Said, Paquebot boxed handstamp with postmark dated October 14 1902. The S.S. Warwickshire was launched in March 1902 and built by Harland and Wolff in Belfast. This ship operated a service from Rangoon in Burma. During WW1 she carried troops on to Australia.
And this one, an interesting advertising cover for Schultze sporting gunpowder ‘the oldest and the best’, well apparently it was in 1894.
Another one of our favourites is this advertising cover sent to Constantinople from Lever Bros. The famous soap makers were ‘soapmakers’ to the late Queen Victoria. This is superb cover with some of the Lever Bros famous products advertised on the back!
Keep watching this space for loads more exciting stuff coming your way including extracts from our up and coming Auction catalogue. With over 700 lots there’s a plethora of material to suit all interests.
As the Easter break is fast approaching just a reminder for any customers planning to visit the shop, we will be closed from Good Friday through to Easter Monday, 30 March – 2 April. We will reopen on Tuesday 3 April.
Don’t forget our next auction is on Saturday 21 April 2018
Paul and Barry
If this is your first visit we have tried to make it as easy as possible for you to find the stamps you are interested in. You can start by clicking on one of the main headers (Great Britain, Commonwealth, Europe or Rest Of The World) at the top of this page. You are then able to refine your search by clicking on an individual country on the drop-down menu on the right-hand side of the page.
We also have a Search option which lets you find items by country, thematic subject or any other words including reign for GB and Commonwealth countries and even SG number.
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