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BURROWS Peter C. British Empire Civil Censorship Devices. World War II. British West Indies and Falkland Islands. - Section 6
BURROWS Peter C. British Empire Civil Censorship Devices. World War II. British West Indies and Falkland Islands. - Section 6

C.C.S.G. (2016)
250 large pp (approx.) Revised ed., new in spiral ring binding.
Chapters on each island illustrating all known handstamps and censor labels. A revision of Chris Miller's book.
£19.00


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


1951 (21 Nov) The Codrington Correspondence 1746-1851 including Antigua and Barbuda
1951 (21 Nov) The Codrington Correspondence 1746-1851 including Antigua and Barbuda

Robson Lowe
28pp + 1pp errata. Central crease otherwise clean.
£12.00


SAUNDERS Frank R. Antigua.  The definitive series of King George VI. - Study Paper No. 7
SAUNDERS Frank R. Antigua. The definitive series of King George VI. - Study Paper No. 7

KGVI Collectors Society (1975)
28 large pp. 1st ed., clean in worn paper covers. Two small National PS h/s's on front cover.
£16.00


1992 (4-5 Jun) British Empire and Great Britain stamps and postal history
1992 (4-5 Jun) British Empire and Great Britain stamps and postal history

Chritie's Robson Lowe
146pp + PR. Fine.
Includes Benwell pre stamp Antigua and Post Office Packets.
£8.00


HORRY David The Encyclopaedia of British West Indies Postmarks. King George VI
HORRY David The Encyclopaedia of British West Indies Postmarks. King George VI

Murray Payne Ltd (2007)
368 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


LOWE Robson The Codrington correspondence 1743-1851. - Being a study of a recently discovered dossier of letters from the West Indian islands of Antigua and Barbuda mostly addressed to the Codringtons of Dodington with especial reference to the history of those adventurous times and the hitherto unrecorded postal history of the Antiguan mail.
LOWE Robson The Codrington correspondence 1743-1851. - Being a study of a recently discovered dossier of letters from the West Indian islands of Antigua and Barbuda mostly addressed to the Codringtons of Dodington with especial reference to the history of those adventurous times and the hitherto unrecorded postal history of the Antiguan mail.
LOWE Robson The Codrington correspondence 1743-1851. - Being a study of a recently discovered dossier of letters from the West Indian islands of Antigua and Barbuda mostly addressed to the Codringtons of Dodington with especial reference to the history of those adventurous times and the hitherto unrecorded postal history of the Antiguan mail.

Robson Lowe Ltd. (1968)
xii + 112pp, fine in original red boards.
Study of sugar plantation correspondence.
£20.00


GLEADALL Mary The Tudway Letters.
GLEADALL Mary The Tudway Letters.

B.W.I.S.C. (2016)
x + 266 large pp. 1st ed., new in card covers.
This book concerns the Tudway family’s correspondence from 1751 to 1858. Over 1,400 covers were discovered and this work by Mary Gleadall examines the history of the family, the history of their employees in the West Indies and the correspondence emanating from that relationship. Mary’s dedicated researches into the old families of Antigua and Barbados over an extended period and her persistence in getting deep into the social history and political events that allowed the plantations of this period to flourish is breathtaking. It comprises a serious and thorough record of the contents of the hundreds of letters that reflect the concerns and challenges facing the writers, problems with weather, crop fertility and difficulties in managing the workforce. A very thought-provoking book which goes beyond pure philately and should be valued by all interested in the West Indies.
£20.00


FREELAND Charles and JORDAN John M. Antigua. The stamps and postal history.
FREELAND Charles and JORDAN John M. Antigua. The stamps and postal history.

B.W.I.S.C. (2016)
x + 299 large pp. 1st ed., new in D/W.
Coming so early in the alphabet Antigua has always been one of the most popular of the small Caribbean islands. It has an interesting mix of early stamps printed by Perkins Bacon and De La Rue including a number of rarities. On the postal history front Antigua is especially well endowed, with the Codrington and Tudway estate correspondences. There is also a rich variety of early postal markings, including some unique marks. The original inspiration for this book was the Antigua Monograph published in successive issues of the British Caribbean Philatelic Journal over a 15 year period between 1973 and 1988. This book collates all this information, updates it and presents it in a most readable form. Price reduced
£25.00


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


1957 (25 Sep) British Empire
1957 (25 Sep) British Empire

Robson Lowe (-)
26pp + 7 plates + P.R.
Includes C.W. Meredith Antigua.
£15.00


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REDONDA Showing the cable and basket used to ascend to the top. 1890 (circa) Photo print from a glass negative , 6 x 8" The Redonda Phosphate Company was established in 1869, under licence from the British Government, to remove large quantities of phosphate-bearing ore from the island. Labour was obtained from Montserrat and a jetty and a cable-hoist were installed
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JOSE ANJO St John's, Antigua, W.I., from Green Bay Early undivided back Doinica postcard, circa 1902, clean unused. Very scarce.
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1795 (2 Apr) ANTIGUA h/s on EL to Christopher Bethell from Langford Lovell endorsed 'P Packet' and rated 1/-. Antigua h/s 35 x 5mm without stop. London cds on reverse. Very fine. Long 4 page letter in a clear hand mentions attacks by the Caribs in St Vincent assisted by the French and fears of invasion of Antigua and Grenada
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COLERIDGE Rev. W.H. Charges delivered to the Clergy of the Diocese of Barbados and the Leeward Islands; together with prayers on certain public occasions; and addresses to candidates for Holy Orders: to young persons offering themselves for confirmation within that Diocese: and at the consecration of a chapel and burial ground in the city of Caracas. London 1835 x + 324pp + 44pp + 4 hand coloured folding maps. 1st ed., clean in original worn and faded cloth with original paper label. Includes chapters on Antigua and British Guiana with maps of each. A scarce work with details of the final abolition of slavery. The author was uncle of H.N. Coleridge.
£250

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