Auction: 21041 - The "Dubois" Collection of Jamaica Postal History and Stamps - Part II
Great Britain Used in Jamaica
Imperial Issues used at the Post Towns after the arrival of the Obliterators
1859 (27 Dec.) entire (a few small holes clear of the franking), headed "White Hall", and "stamped" to Kingston, bearing 1d. rose-red strip of four cancelled with fair to good "A47" and prepaid as a single rate letter carried at under 60 miles, despatch and arrival (28.12) datestamps on reverse. Foster records this cover as the only example of this franking from Highgate to Kingston. Photo
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