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Belgium 1920

Albert 'Tin hat' 10 x 2c + 5c King’s head (type II); including 3 x 2c marginal strip with h/s 'Depot 1920' in the margin, for a 25c rate; cancelled Brussels 4 September 1920; b/s Utrecht 6 September 1930 & cachet B14

Reference: 1202
GB 1971 Postal Strike to Holland via Belgium

British postal strike mail with 'Export Letter Service' stamp and boxed h/s 'flown by hovercraft, Ramsgate'; Belgian 3fr 50 cancelled Brussels; with 'received' h/s

Reference: 1108
Belgium to Germany mixed franking

20pfg Germania + Belgium 25c with Sunday label on Antwerp illustrated letter card; cancelled s/r cds Deutsches Seepost 10 e; With original text and 4 photo illustrations; small corner fault but unusual

Reference: 1085
Belgian Congo to USA 1941 Censored

2 x 15c + 2 x 1 fr 25 pictorials from Lusala(?) to USA, 16 November 1941; opened by censor and resealed with tape 'Censure, Congo Belge'; also tied on reverse LEOPOLDVILLE 18 November 1941; small corner fault; sent when the US was not yet in the War

Reference: 1060
Russian postal card Odessa to Belgium 1896

4 kopek red on buff PS card cancelled VF s/r cds ODESSA 29 May 1896; light s/r arrival cds ANVERS 13 June 1896; Belgian postman's h/s 57

Reference: 994
Belgium Queen Astrid Mourning Set

Mourning issue for Queen Astrid set (SG 713-720) on large registered envelope from Brussels to Colwyn Bay, 2 February 1936; by Airmail; b/s faint oval d/s Registered Colwyn Bay

Reference: 942
Belgian Congo First Flight 1939

Plain card from 'Société Muphilia' Brussels with 15c pictorial and 50c airmail, cancelled COSTERMANSVILLE s/r cds to Usumbura 27 November 1939; on the inauguration of the new air service from Stanleyville to Usumbura, with first flight h/s 18 Nov 1939; b/s Usumbura 29 Nov 1939

Reference: 782
Dutch East Indies 1937

DEI pictorials 7½c and 12½c (SG 342, 345) cancelled with VF d/r bridged cds; T in circle; h/s Belgian Postage Due 3fr50, 2fr, 3 x 20c; from Poerwakarta, Dutch East Indies; cancelled Brussels 3 August 1937; repairs to the top corner of the envelope

Reference: 741
French Morocco to Belgium

10 centimes red surcharge on France 10c Sage black on greenish PS card, cancelled with dotted circle cds, from Magador to Brussels, 6 September 1897; Brussels arrival cds 15 September 1897 & Belgian cachet de facteur 5; on reverse Tanger Maroc 11 September 1897

Reference: 792
SOUTH AFICA HUGUENOT COMMEMORATION 1939 IN BI-LINGUAL PAIRS TO BELGIUM

250th anniversary of the Huguenot landing in South Africa, fine bi-lingual pairs + 1d Ship issue on registered envelope Germiston to Antwerp 28 August 1939, re-addressed to Schilde: on reverse bi-lingual label ABSENT / ALWEZIG, Antwerp 26 September 1939, during the 'Phoney War' just before the German invasion.

Reference: 241
BELGIUM: 1957 AIRMAIL COVER TO USA WITH ANTI-TB STAMPS.

1957 airmail cover to Glenview, Illinois with the stamps cancelled by partial MECHELEN postmarks dated 8.2.57.

Reference: 287H
BELGIUM: 1954 AIRMAIL COVER TO USA WITH RED CROSS STAMP.

1954 airmail cover to Cleveland, Ohio with the stamps cancelled by partial ST. NIKLAAS postmarks dated 12.1.54.

Reference: 285H
BELGIUM: 1935 REGISTERED COMMERCIAL COVER TO LONDON.

1935 registered cover to London with the stamps cancelled by HAMME (VL) postmarks dated 15.5.35.
Creased!

Reference: 284H
ALGERIA: 1938 COVER TO BELGIUM.

1938 cover to Namur with the stamps cancelled by partial DJELFA ALGER postmarks dated 17.10.38.

Reference: 282H
BELGIUM: 1940 CENSORED POSTAL STATIONERY TO NETHERLANDS.

1940 - 1F postcard sent to Deventer, cancelled with a partial GENT slogan postmark dated 18.XII.1940 and with a German military censor mark.

Reference: 279H
BELGIUM: 1958 REGISTERED EXPOSITION COVER

1958 registered cover with the stamps cancelled by bilingual BRUXELLES EXPOSITION postmarks dated 30.7.58

Reference: 243H
FRANCE: 1834 PRE-STAMP ENTIRE TO BELGIUM.

1834 entire letter from Paris to Ghent with a Paris 13/NOV/1834 datestamp, a partial L.F.R.3 mark and a manuscript rate mark.
A partial FRANCE/PAR MENIN mark and a partial GAND postmark is on the reverse.

Reference: 022H
FRANCO-BELGIAN MAIL 1821

Entire from Paris to Petit Rechain, Pays Bas (at that date Belgium was still part of Holland). Red P in triangle Paris departure mark, LFR3 transit mark (letter française rayon 3, MS 10 décimes rate mark, on reverse scarce h/s FRANKRYK/OVER DINANT Belgian entry mark.

Reference: 106