Category Archives: St Peter Port

St Peter Port 343 (C)

St Peter Port 343 (C)

Collection Capt. Schulz

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St Peter Port 343 (B)

St Peter Port 343 (B)

Collection Capt. Schulz

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St Peter Port new (A)

St Peter Port new 2016 (A) Schilling

dated  20 AU 16, the new mark is 26 mm long

Collection  E.Schilling

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St Peter Port 343 (A)

St Peter Port 343 (A)

Collection Capt. Schulz

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St Peter Port 340 (A)

St Peter Port 340 (A) Hosking

ex Collection R.Hosking

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St Peter Port 342 (B)

St Peter Port 342 (B)

first year of usage

Collection Capt. Schulz

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St Peter Port unlisted (D)

St Peter Port unlisted (D)

also dated  3 JNE 1972

Collection Capt. Schulz

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St Peter Port 341 (B)

St Peter Port 341 (B) Schilling

Collection E.Schilling

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St Peter Port unlisted (C)

St Peter Port unlisted (C) Schilling

Collection E.Schilling

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St Peter Port unlisted (B)

St Peter Port unlisted (B) Dovey

“Here we have a brand new mark for St Peter Port in Guernsey dated 1972 posted from the (then) British Railwas ferry MV Caesarea which was working off station as she had originally been used on the Dover cross channel services. The new paquebot mark, 45 mm in size, must have been done at the post office as the same ink pad was used to also invalidate the stamp and raise a 5d charge. “Why” you may ask? Alas, I haven’t a clue as to why the Office in question managed to invalidate the stamp and than add a Paquebot mark totally unknown to everyone.”  by Mike Dovey, published in TPO-Journal No 322, Volume 67, No 4, Winter 2013, Page 128

exhibited by M.Dovey

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