Lot Number: 336

(Ephemera) BOAC blue/cream 'News Release'/advert cover cancelled New York metre mark, 24x10cm, verso B&W picture, also 24x10cm of BOAC Stratocruiser Speedbird. Super item, not seen one before!.

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Date: Other collateral items
Est. price: £50.00
Category: Ephemera

Description: BOAC blue/cream 'News Release'/advert cover cancelled New York metre mark, 24x10cm, verso B&W picture, also 24x10cm of BOAC Stratocruiser Speedbird. Super item, not seen one before!.
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Lot Number: 267

(Singapore) WWI censored airmail, Indian Section Base Office No 4, Singapore to UK, airmail etiquette cover franked 55c, correctly rated for the BOAC Singapore-Cairo-Durban-London (Horseshoe) route, fine strikes purple triangular Base PO 'Passed By Censor No 3465' censor marks front and verso.

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Date: 1941, Jun 5
Est. price: £35.00
Category: Singapore

Description: WWI censored airmail, Indian Section Base Office No 4, Singapore to UK, airmail etiquette cover franked 55c, correctly rated for the BOAC Singapore-Cairo-Durban-London (Horseshoe) route, fine strikes purple triangular Base PO 'Passed By Censor No 3465' censor marks front and verso.
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Lot Number: 266

(Singapore) Last BOAC flight before transfer of  the direct Singapore-Cairo-Southampton route to the Singapore-Cairo-Durban-Southampton (Horseshoe) route, WWII navy censored cover, Singapore to England, plain cover correctly rated 55c, red framed 'Passed By/Naval/Censor'.

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Date: 1940, Apr 27
Est. price: £100.00
Category: Singapore

Description: Last BOAC flight before transfer of the direct Singapore-Cairo-Southampton route to the Singapore-Cairo-Durban-Southampton (Horseshoe) route, WWII navy censored cover, Singapore to England, plain cover correctly rated 55c, red framed 'Passed By/Naval/Censor'.
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Lot Number: 243

(Recovered/Salvaged) BOAC B377 Stratocruiser crash at Prestwick, UK, en route from England to Florida, stampless OHMS/Post Office ambulance envelope addressed to Miami Beach, bearing a fine strike purple boxed "Salvaged Mail/Aircraft Crash/Prestwick 25-12-54" cachet, Ni 541225a. Image.

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Date: 1954, Dec 25
Est. price: £-5.00
Category: Recovered/Salvaged

Description: BOAC B377 Stratocruiser crash at Prestwick, UK, en route from England to Florida, stampless OHMS/Post Office ambulance envelope addressed to Miami Beach, bearing a fine strike purple boxed "Salvaged Mail/Aircraft Crash/Prestwick 25-12-54" cachet, Ni 541225a. Image.
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Lot Number: 242

(Recovered/Salvaged) BOAC, Lockheed Constellation crash at Singapore, en route from Australia to England, air letter franked 10d tied Brisbane machine cancel, fine strike red framed "Salvaged Mail/Aircraft Crash/Singapore 13.3.1954" cachet, Ni 540313a.

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Date: 1954, Mar 13
Est. price: £45.00
Category: Recovered/Salvaged

Description: BOAC, Lockheed Constellation crash at Singapore, en route from Australia to England, air letter franked 10d tied Brisbane machine cancel, fine strike red framed "Salvaged Mail/Aircraft Crash/Singapore 13.3.1954" cachet, Ni 540313a.
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Lot Number: 244

(Recovered/Salvaged) Crash of BOAC Boeing 707 at Heathrow, en route from London to Australia, 9d air letter addressed to South Australia, some top edge charring. Also included is the original typewritten note, in fine condition, sent from the Postmaster-General's Department, Adelaide which says "The enclosed letter addressed to you was amongst the salvaged mail .........................................". Ni680408d. Exhibit item.

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Date: 1968, Apr 8
Est. price: £100.00
Category: Recovered/Salvaged

Description: Crash of BOAC Boeing 707 at Heathrow, en route from London to Australia, 9d air letter addressed to South Australia, some top edge charring. Also included is the original typewritten note, in fine condition, sent from the Postmaster-General's Department, Adelaide which says "The enclosed letter addressed to you was amongst the salvaged mail .........................................". Ni680408d. Exhibit item.
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Lot Number: 208

(Netherlands East Indies) Horseshoe Route World War II censored air cover to Manchester, no arrival ds, franked 55c canc Batavia cds, typed 'Per Luchtposts Via Durban', sealed brown "Door Censur Geopend" NEI censor tape tied by black circle "Censur  20/6/41"censor mark, also red  oval 'Ec.C' NEI censor mark and Egypt black censor hs Likely KLM to Cairo then BOAC over the "Horseshoe" route, see Boyle p 820-828. Non invasive ironed vertical crease, see scan.

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Date: 1941, Jun 19
Est. price: £20.00
Category: Netherlands East Indies

Description: Horseshoe Route World War II censored air cover to Manchester, no arrival ds, franked 55c canc Batavia cds, typed 'Per Luchtposts Via Durban', sealed brown "Door Censur Geopend" NEI censor tape tied by black circle "Censur 20/6/41"censor mark, also red oval 'Ec.C' NEI censor mark and Egypt black censor hs Likely KLM to Cairo then BOAC over the "Horseshoe" route, see Boyle p 820-828. Non invasive ironed vertical crease, see scan.
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Lot Number: 209

(Netherlands East Indies) World War II dual censored Macassar to London,  registered (label) cover franked G1.15  typed 'I.W. to Durban', sealed brown  NEI censor tape, tied by large red circular 'Deviezen/Censur' censor marks front and verso,  and Bermuda B&W OBE 978, flown KNILM to Manila/Sydney/Singapore, then Pan Am to San Francisco, US internal air service to New York,  FAM 18 to Lisbon, and KLM/BOAC to England. This "two ocean" mail was suspended after Pearl Harbour on Dec 1941, see Boyle p 820-828.

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Date: 1941, Oct 11
Est. price: £-15.00
Category: Netherlands East Indies

Description: World War II dual censored Macassar to London, registered (label) cover franked G1.15 typed 'I.W. to Durban', sealed brown NEI censor tape, tied by large red circular 'Deviezen/Censur' censor marks front and verso, and Bermuda B&W OBE 978, flown KNILM to Manila/Sydney/Singapore, then Pan Am to San Francisco, US internal air service to New York, FAM 18 to Lisbon, and KLM/BOAC to England. This "two ocean" mail was suspended after Pearl Harbour on Dec 1941, see Boyle p 820-828.
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Lot Number: 132

(GB External) World War II, London to New York, no arrival ds, carried on BOAC first regular service Heston to Lisbon, cover embossed 'Stanley Gibbons/London' on flap, franked 1/3d, typed 'First British War Time/Service to Lisbon', airmail etiquette.

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Date: 1940, May 31
Est. price: £30.00
Category: GB External

Description: World War II, London to New York, no arrival ds, carried on BOAC first regular service Heston to Lisbon, cover embossed 'Stanley Gibbons/London' on flap, franked 1/3d, typed 'First British War Time/Service to Lisbon', airmail etiquette.
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