Letters cancelled elsewhere

Philatelic Sundries



1927 Sydney LOOSE SHIP
LOOSE SHIP


bild
18 September 1927

Postcard "rue du commerce Port-Vila" from an outer island in NH to Nouméa NC. The stamps tied by SYDNEY-9 18SE27 cachet and aside the frank LOOSE SHIP LETTER, which strike is scarce on postcard.
50c is the rate for a colonial letter. Here the colonial postcard rate for a short message would be 25c. SS Makambo arrived at Sydney on 18 September. ("SeSi" coll.)

18 September 1927

Postcard "rue du commerce Port-Vila" from an outer island in NH to Nouméa NC. The stamps tied by SYDNEY-9 18SE27 cachet and aside the frank LOOSE SHIP LETTER, which strike is scarce on postcard.
50c is the rate for a colonial letter. Here the colonial postcard rate for a short message would be 25c. SS Makambo arrived at Sydney on 18 September. ("SeSi" coll.)

22 January 1928

Cover to the U.S.A. The three 50c stamps cancelled in Sydney. Correct non-colonial letter rate. Image thanks to Lugdunum Philatélie

17 Dezember

Cover to the Asutralia. The three 20c stamps cancelled in Sydney. 10c overpaid. Image thanks to Gärtner Auktionen

17 Dezember

Letter from an outer island and carried by the Messageries Maritimes steamer SS Lapérouse , with the correct rate 1 F 50 c for an ordinary letter up to 20g to USA.
Against all expectations the Sydney GPO registered the cover, fixing the registration R6 label SYDNEY B and tied the stamps by the cachet REGISTERED SYDNEY 23MR29.
So the letter was underpaid 1F 50c. (non colonial registration fee ). Backstamped SYDNEY 23MR29 , NEW YORK 5-1 1929 in transit and ELNORA MAY2 1929 in arrival. Uncommon postal history item ! ("SeSi" coll.)

17 Dezember

reverse

14 November 1929

14 November 1929 50c New Hebrides on a letter from Tahiti to Canada. Seen on an internet auction.







19 July 1940

Registered mail from Wallis on 22 January 1939 to Kuopio, Finland. Routed via New Hebrides and backstamped Vila 1 February 1939 with Goyns Klinger type PM7B and Kuopio 21. March 1939.
(Klinger coll.)

19 July 1940
19 July 1940

Shipmail from Nauru to Burns Philp in Sydney. The New Hebrides 20cg stamp also struck with a TRIENZA cachet. Trienza was a phosphate carrier owned by British Phosphate Commissioners.
(A British gentleman's coll)

5 October 1941

Shipmail paquebot Sydney to Sydney - uncensored. (ex Millet coll.)

7 October 1942

Censored to Australia, cancelled in Waroonga and redirected. (Klinger coll.)

bild
To Top