Paymaster General cover 1860's
|Keith DUFFY||07/06/2020 11:29:36|
15 forum posts
I cannot identify the address completely and there are numerous amendments and additions.
The back of the envelope is covered with further scribblings and date stamps from Paris, Chambery etc.
I would imagine it to be worth something and would like to know thoughts etc
|Paul Davey 1||07/06/2020 12:57:02|
448 forum posts
Great cover for those of us who like the challenge of such things. I would list all the datestamps in order to work out the routes etc. Whilst the "information content" is attractive it has two things going against it in value terms unfortunately. Firstly condition and secondly size. It will take a double size sheet to mount up and annotate. It may not be worth as much as you think sadly. It doesn't look like it will tidy up nicely. Unless you can identify the recipient as "famous" which could make a difference.
|Geoff CHILDS||07/06/2020 15:57:17|
|2529 forum posts|
Lovely piece of Postal History concur with Paul's comments a great research item
Geoff (GBCC) www.gbcovercollector.co.uk
|Hope Nolan||13/08/2020 10:54:36|
|1 forum posts|
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