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T1848 1899 (May), small envelope addressed to England bearing a single 2½d tied by a light but readable CLEVELAND (8 MEI) double circle datestamp. Bearing an ornate multicoloured coat-of-arms affixed at upper left. Backstamped with a Reigate (26 May) single circle skeleton datestamp. Includes original illustrated lettersheet with message headed “Jumpers G.M.Co.L.” The area around Jumpers Gold Mining Company Limited was later renamed ‘Cleveland’. Charming. £55
T1849 1903 (December), black and white picture postcard (Krugersdorp – Monument Of Independence.’) Addressed to England and bearing a single KEVII ½d (SG 244) tied by two strikes of a KRUGERSDORP (7 Dec) double circle datestamp. The card was underpaid and marked accordingly with a small circular ‘T/VII’ (presumably the assigned code for Krugersdorp). A large ‘1D/F.B./C.’ marking was applied on arrival in England along with a Welwyn (26 Dec) arrival datestamp. The tax markings with Roman numerals at base are scarce. Very fine. £65
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