Auction: 21041 - The "Dubois" Collection of Jamaica Postal History and Stamps - Part II
Great Britain Stamps Used in Jamaica
Imperial Issues Authorised for Use at Post Towns Prior to the arrival of their own Obliterators on 1 March 1859
1859 (28 Feb.) entire "prepaid" to Kingston, bearing 4d. rose-carmine pair cancelled with manuscript "P.O. Lucea" and twice lightly cancelled "A01", paying a single rate ½oz. letter carried over 100 miles, Lucea and Kingston datestamps on reverse. Rare, being one of only four examples of this manuscript marking, and the latest of the three which are used internally. Photo
C. Brinkly Turner, September 1942
E.M. Erickson, September 1972
Andre Bollen, February 1983 ,
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