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Spain to London 1955 resealed by Post Office

4 portrait stamps + 1 pictorial on registered cover, cancelled boxed d/r CERTIFICADO MURCIA 27 March 1944; label "Found opened or damaged and officially sealed"; endorsed with s/r cds LONDON EC 2 August 1955

Reference: 1154
Spain to England double censorship 1941

4 definitive issues on envelope registered to Chorley GB; cancelled Seville 31 December 1941 with blurred d/r cds; censored twice by Spain and UK; sealed by censor's labels at both ends of the envelope; plus censor h/s front and reverse and violet h/s 410; part envelope flap missing

Reference: 1126
Spanish Civil War to France 1938rn

7 stamps, portraits and pictorials, to make a rate of 2p.85c on airmail envelope from Madrid to Anglet, France, 26 July 1938; cancelled SUCURSAL 4 MADRID; with Spanish censor's tape; on reverse hexagon d/s 'CORREO AEREO MADRID' 26 July 1937; unclear French TPO 31 July 1938; with h/s '28' and m/s '7 gr'; (note address possibly a bordello?)

Reference: 788
Spain to New York 1944 censored twice

4 x 1pts, 2 x 40c Franco portraits + 2 pts pictorial cancelled with hexagonal Correo Aereo d/s 25 June 1944, Madrid; Spanish censor tape 'Censura Gubernativa Madrid' and British censor 'Examined by 6793' transparent sealing tape; red h/s 'Escrito en Espanol'

Reference: 820
GB to Spain c1940 censored

GB KGVI 2 x ½d and 2d (dark colours) (SG 462 and 465) on envelope, uncancelled, from London to the Danish Legation in Madrid; censor's tape inscribed "Opened by Examiner 978"; b/s Madrid, date unclear, but ties the tape

Reference: 707
Spanish Civil War

Spain 50c Isabel the Catholic definitive; VF strike in violet of large Civil War censor cachet "Govierno Militar de Guipuzcoa San Sebastian, Censura Militar de Correos Jelasura; to Denton, Manchester 14 June 1938; no b/s

Reference: 674
Southampton Ship Letter 1904 on 10c Spain on postcard of Las Palmas

15 April 1904 Spain Young King's Head issue 10c rose cancelled with V fine Southampton Ship Letter s/r cds, on Spanish picture postcard of banana trees in Las Palmas, to Leominster

Reference: 577
SPAIN

envelope fully illustrated on reverse with b/w design inscribed 'Visitad Sevilla'; franked on the front with 2 x 1ptas Juan de la Cierva & Autogiro airmail stamps + 50c Franco, cancelled with hexagon airmail d/s of Seville; small faults & marks which look worse on the scan than in reality

Reference: 505
SPANISH STAMPS USED IN TANGIER 1948

1pta + 50c Juan de la Cierva & Autogiro airmail stamps on envelope with MS 'Avion', cancelled with hexagon datestamp Correo Aereo Tanger 17 December 1948, to Barnet, Herts; opened slightly roughly, no b/s

Reference: 504
SPANISH STAMPS USED IN TANGIER 1946

2ptas + 25c Juan de la Cierva & Autogiro airmail pictorials, with MS 'Por Avion', cancelled with large hexagon datestamp Correo Aereo Tanger 25 September 1946, to Barnet, Herts; b/s Madrid hexagon d/s the same day; neat commercial cover

Reference: 503
SPAIN CENSORED ENVELOPE TO ENGLAND 1942

Spain 4 x 50c Airmail pictorial & 25c Franco definitive, cancelled Correo Aereo Seville hexagon d/s 1 February 1942, to Blackpool; boxed Seville censor handstamp in blue; British PC90 Censor tape 'Opened by Examiner 346'; on airmail envelope, small faults especially to the flap

Reference: 441
SPAIN CENSORED ENVELOPE TO GERMANY 1940

30c & 40c Franco definitives + 2 airmail pictorials, cancelled with hexagon d/s Correo Aereo Madrid; to Düsseldorf 3 August 1949; on reverse German Wehrmacht censor tape 'Geöffnet' tied with another similar 'Eagle' cachet; plus on front 2 small boxed censor handstamps in red 4133 & 5208

Reference: 440
SPAIN

Spanish 10c, 15c, 50c definitives cancelled with Barcelona roller datestamp; Egyptian Arabic Inspector's mark (censor?)' on reverse a large publicity label for the Internatiional Stamp Exhibition San Sebastian 1948

Reference: 425
ISLE OF MAN LETTER TO CADIZ 1857

A shipping docket from Port St Mary to Cadiz, Spain, marked within 'per Steamer "Britannia" James Master to London'; no British or Spanish postal markings; early IOM maritime mail

Reference: 269
RUSSIA: 1900 POSTAL STATIONERY TO HMS DUKE OF EDINBURGH ON ROUTE TO SPAIN.

1900 - 4 kopek postcard cancelled by a numeral postmark and a S.PETERBURG postmark dated 29.IX.1900. It is addressed to the Russian Consul in Vigo to await the arrival of HMS Duke of Edinburgh

Reference: 269H