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[20199]  PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW…  1916 (Mar 20)
[20199]  PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW…  1916 (Mar 20)
[20199]  PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW…  1916 (Mar 20)
[20199] PORTUGUESE EAST AFRICA - NETHERLANDS….WW1 POW… 1916 (Mar 20) Alex Dencks, Lourenco Marques printed envelope with manuscript c/o Encampments dos Prisoneiros de Guerra to The Holland Bombay Trading Co., Amsterdam cancelled 6 sided Lourenco Marques /Central date stamp & with blue unframed Passed By Censor & violet oval Provincia de Mocanbique /Lourenco Marques /Service de Prisonniers de Guerre & on reverse blue oval Censored /27 Mar 1916 /Capetown hand stamp & 90% Amsterdam (3 May) arrival cds. ............................................................................................... Choice, scarce & exotic item.
US$1200
[20198]  SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN
[20198]  SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN
[20198] SWITZERLAND - GREECE …WW1 RED CROSS to SERBIAN'S ON CORFU… 1917 (Jan 12) Stampless plain postcard to Corfu with vernacular cyrillic arrival (18 May) cds & with violet unframed Croix Rouge Serbe, Bureau de Consignements, Geneva cachet with blue crayon initials alongside plus black vernacular cyrillic Censor No 1 handstamp & with small Newspaper cutting pasted on message side. ...............................................................................................…. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$100
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[20197] GREECE - CORFU …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to CORFU… 1917 - 18 Group 7 stampless plain postcards all to Corfu all with various differing vernacular cyrillic datestamps including Serb Field Posts 801, 889, 988, 111, 333 & different styles of censor handstamps .… 7 items & a good group. ................................................................................................ Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$270
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195]  YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES..  1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2)
[20195] YUGOSLAVIA -FRANCE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES with all DIFFERENT CENSOR TYPES.. 1917 - 18 Trio stampless Picture postcards (2) & Plain card to Nice datelined 15 May 1917, Mukpa from Sergent to Serb name at Serbe Depute, Nice cancelled cryillic cds with part of message blacked out by censor & Serb transit cds (22 May) + Blue framed cyrillic censor [2] card to Nice headed from Serb & cancelled Bizerte /Tunisie cds (20 Apr) & with violet double framed Censure /Militare [3] card to Cannes headed from Colonel Prendites with fine cyrillic (4 Apr) cds & black framed Censure /Militaire Serbe, unframed Postes Serbes both tied by blue crayon Y .......3 items & good group. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$170
[20194]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to S.P. 111 SALONIKA  1917 (Aug 2)
[20194]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to S.P. 111 SALONIKA  1917 (Aug 2)
[20194] YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to S.P. 111 SALONIKA 1917 (Aug 2) Stampless Picture postcard entitled Corfou - Achillean, Triomphe Di Achille datelined 2. V111 - 1917, Kpob to soldier at SP 111 Salonika cancelled difficult to read vernacular cyrillic cds with a further equally vague strike alongside & with red framed Censure Militare Serbe handstamp & good SP 999 (28 Aug) arrival cds. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$80
[20193]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to FORCES at SALONIKA  1917 (Mar 17)
[20193]  YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to FORCES at SALONIKA  1917 (Mar 17)
[20193] YUGOSLAVIA - GREECE …WW1 SERBIAN FORCES to FORCES at SALONIKA 1917 (Mar 17) Stampless Picture postcard of Cattle market Bizerte to soldier at SP 999 Salonika cancelled vernacular cyrillic SP 12 (18 Mar) cds & with black framed vernacular cyrillic smudged Serbian censor No 32 & SP 999 (21 Mar) arrival cds. ................................................................................................. Austro-Hungary considered that Serbia was compliant in the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand & invaded the country late July 1914 paving the way for WW1. The allies particularly the French aided Serbia but some sources state Serbia lost 1.1m people from a total population of 4.5m, including 26% of the military force of 420,000 with civilian deaths attributed to epidemics of Typhus, Spanish flue, resistance against the Axis powers & starvation
US$100
[14169]  IRAQ - FRANCE...BRITISH FORCES POLITICAL OFFICER...  1916 (Sep 7)
[14169]  IRAQ - FRANCE...BRITISH FORCES POLITICAL OFFICER...  1916 (Sep 7)
[14169] IRAQ - FRANCE...BRITISH FORCES POLITICAL OFFICER... 1916 (Sep 7) Plain stampless envelope endorsed On Field Service to Lieut, 370 Battery RFA, 132 Brigade RFA, 29th Division BEF & forwarded in manu to Etaples with oval Office of Chief Political Officer/I.E.F. "D" hand stamp & on back circular Base Office B cds of despatch & partial circular Passed Censor/D hand stamp + FPO 24 (18 Oct) used by FPO 47 on the Somme arrival cds. ................................................................................................ 29th Division was involved in the Gallipoli campaign moving initially to Egypt after the evacuation in Jan 1916 & later arriving in France in March 1916
US$130
[20120]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA...WW1 CENSORED to HENDERSON MOTOR CYCLE Co ...   1916 (Nov 11)
[20120]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA...WW1 CENSORED to HENDERSON MOTOR CYCLE Co ...   1916 (Nov 11)
[20120] SOUTH AFRICA - USA...WW1 CENSORED to HENDERSON MOTOR CYCLE Co ... 1916 (Nov 11) Brown's Limited, P.O. Boxx 732, Cape Town printed envelope to The Henderson Motor Cycle Co., Detroit bearing GV 2˝d tied bi-lingual Cape Town machine datestamp & with red 28mm circular Passed Censor /15 /99 / Star handstamp. ............................................................................................... Crisp & very clean with bold clear & complete markings
US$50
[20118]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from SHIPPING LINE ...   1916 (Apr 12)
[20118]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from SHIPPING LINE ...   1916 (Apr 12)
[20118] SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from SHIPPING LINE ... 1916 (Apr 12) Stoomvaart Maatschappij Rotterdamsche Lloyd printed envelope to Arnham bearing GV 2˝d tied bi-lingual Durban /Union of South Africa slogan & with blue 23mm circular Passed Censor /C. 66. /Star & on reverse Arnham (12 May) arrival cds………..
US$40
[20115]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED...   1915 (Jul 13)
[20115]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED...   1915 (Jul 13)
[20115] SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED... 1915 (Jul 13) Plain envelope to Den Haag bearing GV 2 x 1d & single ˝d tied Graaffreinet cds & with blue circular 25mm Passed Censor /C. 2. & with on reverse framed champhered corners D 364 handstamp & Gravenhage (12 Aug) arrival cds. ............................................................................................... Graaff Reinet a smaller place in East Cape founded in 1786 with a population of 35,672 (2011 census) of which only 8.7% are white, mail is not easily found
US$100
[20114]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED...   1915 (May 21)
[20114]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED...   1915 (May 21)
[20114] SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED... 1915 (May 21) Plain envelope to Enschede bearing GV 2 x 1d & single ˝d tied Mill Street /Cape Town cds & with bi-lingual Opened By Censor label, violet unframed Passed Censor & blue crayon C 4 with on reverse violet oval Censor /22 May 1915 /Capetown & dirty green oval D 27 Dutch postbeat handstamps & Enschede (17 Jun) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ The blue crayon censor markings were used in the first part of the war
US$50
[20113]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from KOMATIEPPOORT…  1915 (Jan 11)
[20113]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from KOMATIEPPOORT…  1915 (Jan 11)
[20113] SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from KOMATIEPPOORT… 1915 (Jan 11) Plain envelope to Amersfoort bearing GV 5 x ˝d tied Komatiepoort cds & with bi-lingual Opened By Censor label & blue crayon C 2 & on reverse Amersfoort (2 Feb) arrival cds ............................................................................................... Komatipoort is a smallstown situated at the confluence of the Crocodile and Komati Rivers in Mpumalanga province, South Africa. The town is 8 km from the Crocodile Bridge Gate into the Kruger Park, and just 5 km from the Mozambique border and 65 km from the Swaziland border
US$130
[20112]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED to RED CROSS…  1915 (Sep 8)
[20112]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED to RED CROSS…  1915 (Sep 8)
[20112] SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED to RED CROSS… 1915 (Sep 8) Plain envelope to International Red Cross, Geneva bearing GV 2˝d tied Johannesburg machine & with bi-lingual Opened By Censor label & blue circular Passed Censor /C.9. handstamp with below blue crayon initials O.G. & on reverse blue oval Censor / 21 Sep 1916 /Capetown & Geneva (15 Oct) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ Clearly held & released by censorship after 13 days...unusual
US$70
[20111]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED to PEACE BUREAU in BERN…  1916 (Apr 12)
[20111]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED to PEACE BUREAU in BERN…  1916 (Apr 12)
[20111] SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED to PEACE BUREAU in BERN… 1916 (Apr 12) Plain envelope to International Peace Bureau, Bern bearing GV pair 1d & single ˝d tied Johannesburg cds & with violet unframed Passed /Censor handstamp
US$40
[20110]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from CERES HOTEL…  1916 (Oct 4)
[20110]  SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from CERES HOTEL…  1916 (Oct 4)
[20110] SOUTH AFRICA - HOLLAND..WW1 CENSORED from CERES HOTEL… 1916 (Oct 4) Ceres Hotel, A.W. Bassingthwaighte, Proprietor printed envelope to Schoonhaven bearing GV 2˝d tied Ceres cds & with bi-lingual Opened By Censor 99 imprinted D6 / 60106. 50,000. 9/16. S.A.. El466 label & violet circular Passed Censor /C. 6 handstamp & on reverse Schoonhoven 2 (2 Nov) arrival cds...Scarcer censor label
US$100
[20109]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED DOUBLE RATE to AARGAU…  1916 (Nov 24)
[20109]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED DOUBLE RATE to AARGAU…  1916 (Nov 24)
[20109] SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 CENSORED DOUBLE RATE to AARGAU… 1916 (Nov 24) Plain envelope to Aargau bearing GV strip 4 x 1d & single 1d tied Johannesburg South Africa machine & with bi-lingual Opened By Censor /21 label plus violet unframed Passed /Censor handstamp.
US$40
[20108]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 AMERIICAN CONSULAR SERVICE CENSORED to RED CROSS…  1916 (Sep 16)
[20108]  SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 AMERIICAN CONSULAR SERVICE CENSORED to RED CROSS…  1916 (Sep 16)
[20108] SOUTH AFRICA - SWITZERLAND..WW1 AMERIICAN CONSULAR SERVICE CENSORED to RED CROSS… 1916 (Sep 16) American Consular Service printed envelope to Red Cross Society, Geneva bearing pair GV 2˝d tied Capetown machine timed at 11.00 a.m.& pair ˝d tied CapeTown 31 cds timed at 5 p.m. for late fee ?? & with red on white bi-lingual Opened By Censor /99 label with blue circular Passed Censor /C. 14, blue crayon Moynier a' Hospice alongside with unframed dirty blue 195 handstamp below applied in Geneva & on reverse Geneva (16 Oct) arrival cds. ................................................................................................ Gustave Moynier 1826-1910 was Swiss from a wealthy family of shoemakers & was involved with many charitable organisations & Co founder of the International Commission for Relief to Wounded that in 1876 became the International Red Cross...Interesting item.
US$150
[20107]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 CENSORED from ADAMS MISSION STATION..  1916 (Nov 28)
[20107]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 CENSORED from ADAMS MISSION STATION..  1916 (Nov 28)
[20107] SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 CENSORED from ADAMS MISSION STATION.. 1916 (Nov 28) Plain envelope to Boston bearing GV 2˝d tied partial scarce Adams Mission Station /Natal cds & with blue circular Passed Censor /C.1 hand stamp. ................................................................................................ Adams Mission Station, KwaZulu-Natal was destroyed in 1836 by the Zulu tribesmen but rebuilt and boasts a population of 711 in the 2011 census
US$100
[20106]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 DOUBLE CENSORED..  1917 (Jan 12)
[20106]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 DOUBLE CENSORED..  1917 (Jan 12)
[20106] SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 DOUBLE CENSORED.. 1917 (Jan 12) The Standard Bank of South Africa pre printed envelope to New York bearing GV 4d & 1d tied obscured by censor label Pietermaritzburg cds & with blue circular Passed Censor /C.1 hand stamp, intercepted in GB & with Opened By /Censor /841 label & on reverse violet oval cachet of Standard Bank Pietermaritzburg with flap closed with red wax seal. ................................................................................................ Nice double rate & double censored item
US$40
[20105]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 CENSORED…  1917 (Feb 24)
[20105]  SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 CENSORED…  1917 (Feb 24)
[20105] SOUTH AFRICA - USA..WW1 CENSORED… 1917 (Feb 24) The Waterberg Supply Stores, Nylstroom printed envelope to New York bearing GV 2˝d tied Nylstroom /Transvaal cds & with blue circular Passed Censor /18 over 99 hand stamp.
US$40
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