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Column 1 - Issuing Territory

These are listed alphabetically, broadly as designated on the stamps, except that the word "Saint" is written in full and British Forces in Egypt is listed as Egypt. The United Kingdom is under Great Britain. The list is now divided into six pages as follows:

A to B

C to F

N to P

K to M

G to J

S to V

A to B

 

Antigua

Ascension

Australia

Bahamas

Barbados

Basutoland

Bechuanaland

Bermuda

British Guiana

British Honduras

British Solomon Is

C to F

 

Canada

Cayman Islands

Ceylon

Cook Islands

Cyprus

Dominica

Egypt

Falkland Islands

Fiji

G to J

 

Gambia

Gibraltar

Gilbert & Ellice Is

Gold Coast

Great Britain

Grenada

Hong Kong

India

Jamaica

K to M

 

Kenya Uganda & T

Leeward Islands

Malta

Mauritius

Montserrat

Morocco Agencies

N to P

 

Nauru

New Guinea

New Zealand

Newfoundland

Nigeria

Niue

Northern Rhodesia

Nyasaland

Papua

S to V

 

Saint Christopher & N

Saint Helena

Saint Lucia

Saint Vincent

Samoa

Seychelles

Sierra Leone

Somaliland

South Africa

South West Africa

Southern Rhodesia

Straits Settlements

Swaziland

Trinidad & Tobago

Turks & Caicos Is

Virgin Islands

Column 2 - Description of Item

Abbreviations used include: "s/r cds" (single ring circular date stamp) and "b/s" (back stamp). Where varieties are known to be constant, they are referred to by plate number and position on the sheet. By way of an example, the term Bv1.9/1 would refer to Bradbury's plate no.1 with the stamp found on the 9th row, first stamp in from the left, (in this case, the "Extra Flagstaff" variety).

 

Column 3 - Reference Number

Please use this number in any correspondence about a particular item. Where the number is underlined, clicking on it reveals a scan of the item. Better scans can usually be supplied in response to an email request.

 

Column 4 - Price

This is given in pounds sterling. Towards Signed-For shipping, £1 (for U.K. addresses) or £7 (for non-U.K. addresses) is added per consignment. Remittances may be made by a cheque drawn on a U.K. bank. Alternatively, a Paypal address is available.

 

Column 5 - Key

An explanation of most of the characters used is given by the following:

a = Airmail cover

b = Block of stamps

c  = Cover

d = Postage due cover

e = Entire (cover & contents)

f = First day cover

g = Control/cylinder no.

i = Illustrated cover

l = Last day of issue

m = Commercial cover

n = Single franking

o = O.H.M.S. cover

r = Registered cover

t = Travelling P.O.

u = Unmounted mint

v = Variety

w = Westminster cover

x = Frame plate no.

y = Vignette plate no.

z = Imprint/sheet no.

# = Postcard

$ = Specimen

% = On piece

! = Postal order, etc.

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