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[20482]  BURMA - INDIA …3rd BURMA WAR PACIFICATION PERIOD from MININMU...  1887 (Jan 4)
[20482]  BURMA - INDIA …3rd BURMA WAR PACIFICATION PERIOD from MININMU...  1887 (Jan 4)
[20482] BURMA - INDIA …3rd BURMA WAR PACIFICATION PERIOD from MININMU... 1887 (Jan 4) India ½a Postal Stationary envelope to General Marter A.D.C., Jhansi.cancelled 19mm single ring Minboo cds & with on reverse single ring Rangoon (7 Jan) transit & Jhansi (14 Jan) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ Neat item to high ranking officer during Pacification period after the end of the 3rd Burma War
US$250
[20481]  BURMA - INDIA …3rd BURMA WAR PACIFICATION PERIOD from MININMU...  1887 (Mar)
[20481]  BURMA - INDIA …3rd BURMA WAR PACIFICATION PERIOD from MININMU...  1887 (Mar)
[20481] BURMA - INDIA …3rd BURMA WAR PACIFICATION PERIOD from MININMU... 1887 (Mar) India ½a Postal Stationary envelope to Secunderabad from Leiut Smith, 67th Regt.cancelled 19mm single ring Myinmu cds & with n reverse Secunderabad (13 Mar)arrival cds. ................................................................................................ Postal Guide of April 1887 at the end at the end of the 3rd Burma War show that civil post offices had been opened at 9 locations including Myinmu all of these had previously been Military posts in July 1886 and were again garrisoned during the Pacification period. Nice military item from this village that was later burnt by dacoits in May 1888
US$350
[20450]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Nov 17)
[20450]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Nov 17)
[20450]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Nov 17)
[20450]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Nov 17)
[20450]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Nov 17)
[20450] SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS… 1879 (Nov 17) Crested military envelope with small portion gone left of centre at top complete with original letter & typed transcript headed Cape Town1Nov 17- 1879 to Miss Houison Crauford, Edinburgh from her brother Lieut. Houison Crauford 91st Foot (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders) bearing C.O.G.H. seated Hope 6d tied Cape Town/Cape Colony (18 Nov) cds & with manuscript No 36 Rec'd Dec 11th with on reverse Cramond cds ................................................................................................ On 11 Jan 1879 British troops invaded & after a series of battles a Peace Treaty was signed 1 Sep with Zululand being annexed by the British 1 Jan 1887 & later to Natal on 1 Dec 1887. Houison Crauford later went on to serve in the Chinese Expeditionary Force (C.E.F.) during the Boxer war
US$350
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449]  SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS…  1879 (Oct 5)
[20449] SOUTH AFRICA - GB …ZULU WARS… 1879 (Oct 5) Crested military envelope roughly opened complete with original letter & typed transcript headed Cape Town on S.S. City of Venice to Miss Houison Crauford, Edinburgh from her brother Lieut. Houison Crauford 91st Foot (Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders) bearing C.O.G.H. seated Hope 6d tied Cape Town/Cape Colony (7 Oct) cds & with manuscript No 30 Rec'd Oct 29th with on reverse Cramond (13 Oct) & superb scarce Edinburgh & Carstairs Sorting Tender (29 Oct) transit cds. ............................................................................................... On 11 Jan 1879 British troops invaded & after a series of battles a Peace Treaty was signed 1 Sep with Zululand being annexed by the British 1 Jan 1887 & later to Natal on 1 Dec 1887. Lieut Houison Crauford later went on to serve in the Chinese Expeditionary Force (C.E.F.) during the Boxer war
US$450
[19867]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1908 (Apr 1)
[19867]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1908 (Apr 1)
[19867] GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ... 1908 (Apr 1) Plain Feldpostkarte deleted in ink to Berlin bearing pair D.S.W.A. ship 5 pf tied Kanus /Deutsch Sudwest Afrika date stamp & with violet circular Kaiserl. Schutztruppe fur Sudwestafrika /Soldatenbrief /Stempel /3 Ersatzkompagnie unit hand stamp & Berlin (18 May) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ The free postage concession for troops was withdrawn from 1 Jan 18...These wars commenced 12 Jan 1904 the result of disgruntlement among the indigenous tribes people & Samuel Maharero the chief of the Hottentot tribe killling 123 German soldiers & settlers near Okahandjar & initially with Germany only having 766 troops the upper hand was with the tribesmen until Germany drafted in 14,000 additional troops under General Von Trotha who was completely & utterly ruthless & had by Mar 1908 virtually destroyed the indigenous tribes people.
US$80
[19865]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1905 (Sep 3)
[19865]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1905 (Sep 3)
[19865] GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ... 1905 (Sep 3) Stampless postcard entitled D.S.W. Afkika Ovambofrauen showing topless native ladies & dated 3.9.05 to Dresden cancelled Hasuur /Deutsch Sudwest Afrika (18 Sep) date stamp & with Dresden (27 Nov) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ These wars commenced 12 Jan 1904 the result of disgruntlement among the indigenous tribes people & Samuel Maharero the chief of the Hottentot tribe killling 123 German soldiers & settlers near Okahandjar & initially with Germany only having 766 troops the upper hand was with the tribesmen until Germany drafted in 14,000 additional troops under General Von Trotha who was completely & utterly ruthless & had by Mar 1908 virtually destroyed the indigenous tribes people.
US$130
[19864]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1906 (Feb 18)
[19864]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1906 (Feb 18)
[19864] GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ... 1906 (Feb 18) Plain stampless envelope endorsed Feldpostbrief to Berlin cancelled Gobabis /Deutsch Sudwest Afrika date stamp & with violet circular Kaiserl. Schutztruppe fur Sudwestafrika /Soldatenbrief /Stempel /Etappenlazarett /Gobabis unit hand stamp of Base Hospital, Gobabis & on reverse Berlin (2 Aug) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ These wars commenced 12 Jan 1904 the result of disgruntlement among the indigenous tribes people & Samuel Maharero the chief of the Hottentot tribe killling 123 German soldiers & settlers near Okahandjar & initially with Germany only having 766 troops the upper hand was with the tribesmen until Germany drafted in 14,000 additional troops under General Von Trotha who was completely & utterly ruthless & had by Mar 1908 virtually destroyed the indigenous tribes people.
US$150
[19863]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1906 (Dec 27)
[19863]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1906 (Dec 27)
[19863] GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ... 1906 (Dec 27) Plain stampless envelope endorsed Feldpostbrief to Glogau cancelled Gochas /Deutsch Sudwest Afrika date stamp & with violet circular Kaiserl. Schutztruppe fur Sudwestafrika /Soldatenbrief /Stempel /Sud-Artillerie /5 Batterie unit hand stamp & on reverse Glogau (27 Jan 1907) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ These wars commenced 12 Jan 1904 the result of disgruntlement among the indigenous tribes people & Samuel Maharero the chief of the Hottentot tribe killling 123 German soldiers & settlers near Okahandjar & initially with Germany only having 766 troops the upper hand was with the tribesmen until Germany drafted in 14,000 additional troops under General Von Trotha who was completely & utterly ruthless & had by Mar 1908 virtually destroyed the indigenous tribes people.
US$170
[19861]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … FIELD HOSPITAL No 6 HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1906 (May 4)
[19861]  GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … FIELD HOSPITAL No 6 HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ...  1906 (May 4)
[19861] GERMAN SOUTH WEST AFRICA - GERMANY … FIELD HOSPITAL No 6 HERERO WARS 1903 - 1907 ... 1906 (May 4) Stampless picture postcard o Hotel O. Gloditzsch, Otjmbingwe flying German flag with soldiers in foreground endorsed Feldpostkarte to Munchen 23 cancelled Gibeon date stamp & with violet circular Kaiserl. Schutztruppe fur Sudwestafrika /Soldatenbrief /Stempel /Feldlazarett No 6 unit hand stamp & Munchen 23 (3 Jun) arrival cds plus 14 within circle postman's mark. ................................................................................................ These wars commenced 12 Jan 1904 the result of disgruntlement among the indigenous tribes people & Samuel Maharero the chief of the Hottentot tribe killing 123 German soldiers & settlers near Okahandjar & initially with Germany only having 766 troops the upper hand was with the tribesmen until Germany drafted in 14,000 additional troops under General Von Trotha who was completely & utterly ruthless & had by Mar 1908 virtually destroyed the indigenous tribes people.
US$170
[19909]  EGYPT - GB …BRITISH ARMY of OCCUPATION ..  1898 (Dec 29)
[19909]  EGYPT - GB …BRITISH ARMY of OCCUPATION ..  1898 (Dec 29)
[19909] EGYPT - GB …BRITISH ARMY of OCCUPATION .. 1898 (Dec 29) Plain envelope to Kings Cross, London endorsed along the top 4202 Pte. H Paynter, Royal Irish Fusiliers, Alexandria & countersigned Army of Occupation, Egypt bearing 5m tied Alexandrie /D cds for the military concession rate. ................................................................................................ A detachment of the 1st Battalion, Royal Irish Fusiliers formed a Maxim machine gun section for the Nile Expedition leaving Cairo July 1898, fighting at the battle of Omdurman, Sudan 2 September 1898 & returning to Egypt later the same month ...Ex Firebrace
US$250
[19712]  SOUTH AFRICA - BERMUDA.…BOER WAR POW to POW on DARRELS ISLAND.…  1902 (Mar 13 )
[19712]  SOUTH AFRICA - BERMUDA.…BOER WAR POW to POW on DARRELS ISLAND.…  1902 (Mar 13 )
[19712] SOUTH AFRICA - BERMUDA.…BOER WAR POW to POW on DARRELS ISLAND.… 1902 (Mar 13 ) Black edged mourning envelope to M.J. Bornman, Darrels Island from Hester J. Bornman, Tent No 19 T, POW bearing O.F.S. 1d overprinted V.R.I. /1d tied Winburg /O.R.C. thimble & with violet triangular Passed /Press /Censor with initials & 18/3/02 in the centre & with blue Pr. of War /Bermuda with below violet P.B.C & on reverse Bloemfontein /O.R.C (20 Apr) transit & Hamilton /Bermuda (26 Apr) arrival cds ................................................................... Darrel & Burtts Island held between them only 1481 POW's.,although to ease conjestion the British transported via a series of 6 ships a total of 4619 Boer POW's to Bermuda arriving between 28 Jun 01 - 17 Jan 02. .....An interesting POW to POW item
US$400
[19689]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION …  "1912 ( Mar 27)
[19689]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION …  "1912 ( Mar 27)
[19689] MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION … "1912 ( Mar 27) Stampless postcard entitled Colonne de Fez - Medhya, - L' Abmulance showing tented Camp to Paris cancelled on picture side circular wavy lines Telegⁱᵉ Militʳᵉ date stamp & with violet circular Poste de Guicer /12 Mars 1912 / le / Commmandant D'Armees hand stamp .............................. ..........................From the beginning of 1900 European powers had designs to influence the political & commercial benefits of Morocco with France & Spain in 1904 signing a secret Treaty between themselves. The Algecires Conference of 1906 entrusted France & Spain to police the country. The Treaty of Fez was signed 30 March 1912 making Morocco a French protectorate which subsequently France & Spain split into 4 zones with France taking a much larger share. "
US$100
[19687]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION of HAUT - CHUIR…  1912 ( May 28)
[19687]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION of HAUT - CHUIR…  1912 ( May 28)
[19687]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION of HAUT - CHUIR…  1912 ( May 28)
[19687]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION of HAUT - CHUIR…  1912 ( May 28)
[19687]  MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION of HAUT - CHUIR…  1912 ( May 28)
[19687] MOROCCO - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION of HAUT - CHUIR… 1912 ( May 28) Plain stampless envelope together with letter & 2 photographs of the area to Auxerre Yonne cancelled Tresor et Postes / 85 & with violet unframed Troupes D'Occupation du Haut - Chuir & circular Gouvernement Militaire du Haut-Ghuir /Poste de Bou Denib hand stamps & on reverse transit (30 May) & arrival (4 Jun) cds ................................................................. From the beginning of 1900 European powers had designs to influence the political & commercial benefits of Morocco with France & Spain in 1904 signing a secret Treaty between themselves. The Algecires Conference of 1906 entrusted France & Spain to police the country. The Treaty of Fez was signed 30 March 1912 making Morocco a French protectorate which subsequently France & Spain split into 4 zones with France taking a much larger share.
US$150
[19686]  IVORY COAST - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION..  1903 (Jun 27)
[19686]  IVORY COAST - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION..  1903 (Jun 27)
[19686] IVORY COAST - FRANCE…FRENCH OCCUPATION.. 1903 (Jun 27) Plain stampless envelope endorsed Corps d'Occupation de la Cote d' Ivoire, Corporal L Ducatez, Cote de Toumodi to Sergent Major, 4th Infantry Regt., Auxerre (Yonne) & forwarded with red ink Vior au Dos (See the back) cancelled on face blue smudged Toumodi /Cote d'Ivoire cds with black circular countersigned Unit cachet & Corrᶜᵉˢ Des Armees L.L.No 3 (8 Jul) cds alongside octagonal Loagno a Bordeaux L.L. No 3 (8 Jul) + Rozoy en Brie /Seine (24 Jul) arrival cds & on back red ink full name & address of destination + Tiassale /Cote d' Ivoire (29 Jun) + partial Bingerville /Cote d' Ivoire (3 Jul) + Auxerre /Yonne (22 & 25 Jul) transit cds ................................................... Rare item & survivor. In the early twentieth century, the Baoulé of central Côte d'Ivoire openly defied colonial authorities until forcibly subdued in a bloody, so-called pacification campaign finalised in 1906 by Governor Gabriel Angoulvant.
US$750
[19678]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Jul 6)
[19678]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Jul 6)
[19678] MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ… 1914 (Jul 6) Vazuez & Stewart Sucs., Vera Cruz printed envelope to Jrg W. Linn, y Cia, Columbus Ohio bearing USA 2 x 1c from different issues tied Vera Cruz Mex. /U.S.M.AG duplex 1 date stamp...................... In the spring of 1914 relations between the USA & Mexico were strained & the arrest of seamen from USS Dolphin & later another from USS Minnesota with no apology plus a shipment of arms from Germany for Mexican forces on it's way to Vera Cruz caused Admiral F.F. Fletcher to land US Marines & Sailors on 21 April, to take control of Customs House & prevent delivery leading to occupation of the city. On 30 April General Funston's soldiers arrived to take over control of all onshore duties. The occupation ended 23 November after just 7 months
US$130
[19676]  USA…BORDER PROTECTION DURING MEXICAN CIVIL WAR…  1913 (May 12)
[19676]  USA…BORDER PROTECTION DURING MEXICAN CIVIL WAR…  1913 (May 12)
[19676] USA…BORDER PROTECTION DURING MEXICAN CIVIL WAR… 1913 (May 12) Plain envelope to Fort Benjamin. Indianapolis bearing strip 4 x 1c tied scarce violet Galveston Military Branch /Tex ........................................................................ The continued internal Mexican problems & civil war resulted in US concerns for her borders & this short lived date stamp issued 28 Feb 1913 to the US Army 2nd Div. Texas City charged with protecting the borders was less than 6 months later on 1 Nov 1913 changed to Texas City Military Station date stamp.
US$150
[19675]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Aug 10)
[19675]  MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ…  1914 (Aug 10)
[19675] MEXICO-USA...1914 US INTERVENTION in VERA CRUZ… 1914 (Aug 10) Photographic postcard of Mexican family in garden to Indianapolis from US soldier with 21st Company, 3rd Regiment bearing USA 1c tied Vera Cruz Flag date stamp ............................. In the spring of 1914 relations between the USA & Mexico were strained & the arrest of seamen from USS Dolphin & later another from USS Minnesota with no apology plus a shipment of arms from Germany for Mexican forces on it's way to Vera Cruz Admiral F.F. Fletcher lande US Marines & Sailors on 21 April, to take control of Customs House & prevent delivery leading to occupation of the city. On 30 April General Funston's soldiers arrived to take over control of all onshore duties. The occupation ended 23 November after just 7 months
US$100
[19674]  PHILIPPINE Is-USA…SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR...  1900 (Oct 6)
[19674]  PHILIPPINE Is-USA…SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR...  1900 (Oct 6)
[19674] PHILIPPINE Is-USA…SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR... 1900 (Oct 6) US 2c postal stationary printed envelope overprinted Philippines to Northern Pacific Railway Company, Tacoma, WA cancelled Mil. Sta. No 2 Philippine Islands, Cavite duplex & on reverse Tacoma (23 Nov) arrival cds .............................................................................. 25 April 1898 saw the outbreak of the Spanish-American war but it was not until 4 Feb 1899 fighting occurred against US forces in the Philippines & although the insurrection was officially declared ended 4 July 1902 fighting continued specially on Mindanao where the Muslim Moros held out until 5 June 1913.
US$130
[19673]  PHILIPPINE Is-USA…SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR...  1900 (Feb 28)
[19673]  PHILIPPINE Is-USA…SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR...  1900 (Feb 28)
[19673] PHILIPPINE Is-USA…SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR... 1900 (Feb 28) War Department Official Business Penalty stationary envelope with Official Business deleted & adhesive affixed over Penalty annotation used privately from Philippino sounding name Luis - la Rodus au Jesus, 28th Infantry to Philadelphia bearing USA 2c overprinted Philippines tied Mil. Sta. No 1 Manila duplex & on reverse Philadelphia (6 Apr) arrival cds......................... 25 April 1898 saw the outbreak of the Spanish-American war but it was not until 4 Feb 1899 fighting occurred against US forces in the Philippines & although the insurrection was officially declared ended 4 July 1902 fighting continued specially on Mindanao where the Muslim Moros held out until 5 June 1913.
US$130
[19672]  PHILIPPINE Is-USA...US MILITARY FORCES.  1900 (Apr 1)
[19672]  PHILIPPINE Is-USA...US MILITARY FORCES.  1900 (Apr 1)
[19672] PHILIPPINE Is-USA...US MILITARY FORCES. 1900 (Apr 1) Plain envelope to Auditor General War Dept., Washington D.C. from Sergt W. E. Fear, Co. C, 30th US Vols. bearing USA 2c overprinted Philippines tied Mil. Sta. No 1 Manila duplex & on reverse Washington D.C. (20 May) arrival date stamp.................................................................. 25 April 1898 saw the outbreak of the Spanish-American war but it was not until 4 Feb 1899 fighting occurred against US forces in the Philippines & although the insurrection was officially declared ended 4 July 1902 fighting continued specially on Mindanao where the Muslim Moros held out until 5 June 1913.
US$100
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