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HIGGINS & GAGE World Postal Stationery Catalogue
HIGGINS & GAGE World Postal Stationery Catalogue

Classic Philatelics, California (1979)
An almost complete set which I am offering by individual countries. Prices from £5 - £20 depending on number of pages. Always supplied with a photocopy of the preliminary pages of notes.
Please advise which country you need.
£0.00


FORD Peter C. Early BWI covers Perkins Bacon adhesives - Trinidad
FORD Peter C. Early BWI covers Perkins Bacon adhesives - Trinidad

B.W.I.S.C. (2019)
164 large pp. 1st ed., new in card covers.
£20.00


REGO Michael Trinidad Mail Coastal Service 1820-2000 - Study Paper No 7
REGO Michael Trinidad Mail Coastal Service 1820-2000 - Study Paper No 7

B.W.I.S.C. (2019)
192 large pp. 1st ed., new in card covers.
Well illustrated history with details of the postal markings.
£22.00


DAVIS John G.M. War Tax Stamps of the British Empire First World War. - British West Indies.
DAVIS John G.M. War Tax Stamps of the British Empire First World War. - British West Indies.

R.P.S.L. (2009)
xii + 400 large pp. 1st ed., fine in D/W.
Historical background to the issues, study of the overprints and postal use.
£55.00


HORRY David The Riddle of the ‘Registered’ Ovals of Jamaica and Trinidad 1949  –  1962
HORRY David The Riddle of the ‘Registered’ Ovals of Jamaica and Trinidad 1949  –  1962

B.W.I.S.C. (2017)
xxii + 224 large pp. 1st ed., new in card covers.
In March 2015 David Horry won a Julian Chapman Scholarship, via The Royal Philatelic Society London to travel to Jamaica and try to get to the bottom of this fascinating mystery. What he has discovered may change the way we view the use of the Colonial mails in a period before telephone tapping and hacking became the norm. The Cold War was warming up, just as the sun was slowly setting on the British Empire: and the so-called ‘Registered’ Ovals started their intriguing life as instruments of surveillance!
£20.00


CHARLTON HENRY T. A Schedule of the Postage Stamps of Trinidad - engraved and printed by Perkins Bacon and Company and the stamps lithographed and printed on the island together with a calendar of the months and years in which these stamps are known to have been used.
CHARLTON HENRY T. A Schedule of the Postage Stamps of Trinidad - engraved and printed by Perkins Bacon and Company and the stamps lithographed and printed on the island together with a calendar of the months and years in which these stamps are known to have been used.

Published by the author (1928)
4pp. Inscribed to John Wilson by the author. Fine in worn card covers.
Produced by the author for a display to the R.P.S.
£24.00


CHARLTON HENRY T. A Schedule of the Postage Stamps of Trinidad - engraved and printed by Perkins Bacon and Company and the stamps lithographed and printed on the island together with a calendar of the months and years in which these stamps are known to have been used.
CHARLTON HENRY T. A Schedule of the Postage Stamps of Trinidad - engraved and printed by Perkins Bacon and Company and the stamps lithographed and printed on the island together with a calendar of the months and years in which these stamps are known to have been used.

Published by the author (1928)
4pp. Fine in card covers + printed letter from the R.P.S.
Produced by the author for a display to the R.P.S.
£24.00


1963 (27-29 Mar) United States Covers. British Commonwealth of Nations. General Foreign.
1963 (27-29 Mar) United States Covers. British Commonwealth of Nations. General Foreign.

Harmer Rooke & Co
69pp + PR. Some prices realised added in ink.
Fine B.W.I., particularly Trinidad.
£4.00


ALI Jazad N. and WIKE Ronald G. Machine Cancellations of Trinidad & Tobago 1923-1997.
ALI Jazad N. and WIKE Ronald G. Machine Cancellations of Trinidad & Tobago 1923-1997.

Philatelic Society of Trinidad & Tobago (1997)
120 large pp. 1st ed., fine in spiral ring binding.
£12.00


WIKE R.G. Trinidad & Tobago postal meter stamps.
WIKE R.G. Trinidad & Tobago postal meter stamps.

Harry Hayes (1979)
50pp, fine in card covers
Specialised listing.
£4.00


WIKE R.G. Airmails of Trinidad and Tobago.
WIKE R.G. Airmails of Trinidad and Tobago.

BWISC (2015)
214 large pp. Reprint, new in card covers.
Detailed history of aviation in Trinidad plus listings of first flight covers. Profusely illustrated now with many colour images.
£18.00


HORRY David The Encyclopaedia of British West Indies Postmarks. Queen Elizabeth II Coronation - Independence
HORRY David The Encyclopaedia of British West Indies Postmarks. Queen Elizabeth II Coronation - Independence

B.W.I.S.C. (2015)
393 large pp. 1st ed., new in card covers.
Detailed fully illustrated listing of all known postmarks with useful rarity guide. Besides the Caribbean islands this work includes Bermuda, British Guiana and British Honduras.
£25.00


WIKE Ron G. Trinidad and Tobago Postal Meter stamps.
WIKE Ron G. Trinidad and Tobago Postal Meter stamps.

Harry Hayes (1979)
50pp. 1st ed., the author's heavily annotated copy with many m/s additions.
£20.00


ANON Trinipex 1972. - Thirtieth Anniversary Exhibition of the Trinidad  Philatelic Society.
ANON Trinipex 1972. - Thirtieth Anniversary Exhibition of the Trinidad Philatelic Society.

Trinidad (1972)
20pp. Clean in paper covers.
£5.00


ANON Southpex Stamp Exhibition. - 5th May 1968 San Fernando Town Hall.
ANON Southpex Stamp Exhibition. - 5th May 1968 San Fernando Town Hall.

Trinidad (1968)
9pp. Clean in paper covers.
Good article on development of Trinidad postal services.
£8.00


JAKES Ian The Trinidad Red Cross Label.
JAKES Ian The Trinidad Red Cross Label.

B.W.I.S.C. (2014)
54pp. 1st ed., new in card covers.
In depth study of this local stamp which was valid for postage on only one day. Includes analysis of the different settings, postal use and also background info on other Caribbean islands Red Cross labels.
£12.00


1979 (26 Apr) Rare postage stamps of the British Empire.
1979 (26 Apr) Rare postage stamps of the British Empire.

Christie's Robson Lowe
24pp + PR.
Includes ALP collection of Cyprus, steamship stamps of St Lucia and Trinidad and airmail rarities of Canada and Newfoundland.
£6.00


Related items available in Maps, Prints, Photographs Ephemera
ANDREWS W.S. Gulf of Paria, Trinidad & Grenadines W.S. Andrews 1860 (circa) Coloured litho print showing perspective views of the Trinidad, Cariacou and Union Island. Small stains affect top image only. 10 x 8.5" From Andrews 'Sailing directions in the West Indies.'
£120

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Related items available in Old Picture Postcards
MISSIONS DOMINICAINES Leproserie de Chacachacare. La Confrerie du Sacre Coeur chez les lepreux Old Trinidad postcard, circa 1920, fine unused.
£9

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Related items available in Stamps and Covers
1915 Trinidad & Tobago 2d postal stationery registered envelope size F with 'THOS DE LA RUE & CO' under flap (H/G1a), used in 1919 to Monty Ward in USA with faint village cds cancel.
£7

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Related items available in West Indies Books
The Substance of a Speech Delivered by Joseph Marryat, Esq. in the House of Commons, Upon Mr. Hume's Motion for Appointing a Commission of Enquiry on the State of The Island of Trinidad bound with 'The Crisis Of Spain' London: Printed by W. Hughes, Maiden Lane, Covent Garden 1823 xii + 115 pp + [ii] + 81 + [i] pp Original half red morocco over marbled boards, gilt. Some wear to extremities and spine faded; otherwise a very good copy The Crisis of Spain was published anonymously, but is attributed to Sir Douglas Howard, 3rd baronet (1776-1861), a soldier and colonial administrator. Sir Joseph Marryat (1757-1824) was a West India merchant who served as agent for Trinidad, c.1807- 15. Marryat provides a critique of British colonial policy as applied to Trinidad, which had been captured from Spain in 1797. Spanish laws still applied on the island and this was a grievance which had caused the inhabitants to petition the Commons. Particularly at issue were Spanish commercial and land law and the use of torture against the free, as opposed to slave, inhabitants. Marryat refers briefly to the notorious torture case against Governor Picton, supporting him on the grounds that Picton was merely using an old British cavalry punishment rather than Spanish torture.
£420

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