Detail: Lot 564

Lot No: 564
Date: 1945, Oct 5
Est. price: £30.00
Category: Scarce and Unusual Routings
Covers with flight, route, and postage details (ex Proud archives) supplemented with data from Wingent's monographs on IAW Aircraft Movements 1927-1939.

Description: Free French Africa in World War II, censored Pan American Transatlantic airmail, Douala to Cedar Rapids, USA, via Leopoldville 12/10, franked 4f ordinary + 19f airmail surcharge, sealed Miami 30323 censor tape, nice strike straight line ‘Jusqua Destination’ hs and framed printed Par Avion’ cachet. Between August 1940 and the summer of 1943 , the heart of Free France was located, not in London, but in Chad, Cameroon, or Oubangui-Chari (modern-day Central African Republic).

Bid:
(Scarce and Unusual Routings) Free French Africa in World War II, censored Pan American Transatlantic airmail, Douala to Cedar Rapids, USA, via Leopoldville 12/10, franked 4f ordinary + 19f airmail surcharge, sealed Miami 30323 censor tape, nice strike straight line ‘Jusqua Destination’ hs and framed printed Par Avion’ cachet. Between August 1940  and the summer of 1943 , the heart of Free France was located, not in London, but in Chad, Cameroon, or Oubangui-Chari (modern-day Central African Republic).