1911. BRAZIL - CABO VERDE - USA. PRC. Taxed + forwarded + franked + returned. Very uncommon piece of mail well travelled.
CAPE VERDE - BRAZIL. 1893 (20 Dec). Brazil to San Vicente / Cape Verde (29 Dec). Very scarce incoming mail stationary + adtl. 9 days direct transit.
1886 (26 Sept) BRAZIL-VENEZUELA. 93 (x8). Sao Paulo to Caracas / Venezuela. Registered envelope franked 50 rs. chalky blue horiz. STRIP OF EICHT (one stamp partly overlaps), tied cds's. Via New Orlens. A most unusued franking and destination during the Im
1893. Late usage. 60rs. Stationery wrapper. Used.
1880(July 22nd). Registered cover to Portugal franked by Dom Pedro 1866 200r black pair tied by cork cancel with CAXIAS cds above, scarce framed transit of oval dated ‘Correio de Pernambuco-Registrada’ in black (Aug 4th) and green ‘P.Transatlantico’ cds.
1884(Nov 23rd). Registered cover to Portugal franked on reverse with mixed issue Dom Pedro 1878 rouletted 300r bistre with 1885 Type I 100r lilac tied by pen crosses and manuscript signature of receipt on arrival. Framed ‘Registrada’ above in black and Li
BRAZIL. 1888(Sept 10th). Registered cover to Portugal franked by 1885 Type III 100r lilac (2) tied by OBIDOS cds’s in blue and by Pernambuco-Registrada transit datestamps. Reverse with manuscript docketing of receipt and Lisbon cds. A fine cover. Scott 90
1867 (21 May). Rio to Plymouth / England. E.L. franked on reverse single 300rs, v. good margins, tied cork cancel, red P.D. and cds on front. Item carried via French mails, steamer "GUIENNE" via Bordeaux. This is the first rate of mail to England via Fran
1889(July 8th). 200r black postal stationery envelope used to Germany well cancelled by blue CORTIBA despatch cds, reverse with two Rio de Janeiro transits and Coln & Duren arrival (Aug 5th). Scarce usage.
1848. R. Janeiro to London. E/shipletter Liverpool 31-Marz-48.
1920.Embossed "Pigeon" envelope in corner. Addressed to Germany.
1895(Aug 9th). Cover handstamped at top ‘Per S.S.Portugal via Lisbon’ used to France bearing pair of 1894 Liberty 200r orange & black tied by Rio de Janeiro cds. Blue circular French Paquebot alongside Ligne J-Paq.Fr.No.2’ cds alongside. Bordeaux arrival
1826(Sept 30th). Entire letter from Bahia to Lisbon endorsed at lower left 'per Lugos via Porto' with poor strikes of 'CORº MARITIMO' and rate mark '80' (reis) in black. Docketing of receipt on reverse December 17th.
1825(Dec 29th). Entire letter from pernambuco to Lisbon with good strike of 'CORº MARITIMO' handstamp in black and rate mark '80' (reis) above. Docketing of receipt on reverse Febraury 16th 1826.
1889(Nov 15th). LAST DAY OF EMPIRE. 100r green postal stationery envelope endorsed ‘Via Pernambuco’ used to London and up-rated with 1888 100r lilac tied by neat and clear strike of Penedo cds dated November 15th 1889. Reverse with London arrival (Dec 11t
1885(May 24th). Entire letter to Villa Nova Da Gaia endorsed 'Por La Pelotas' franked by 1884 Type I pair of 100r lilac tied by neat Rio de Janeiro cds's. Scarce cover. Scott 90.
1903(May 7th). Uruguayan 3c brown illustrated postal stationery card (Teatro Solis) written on board Steamer off Santos and mailed at Sao Paulo to the USA with additional Brazil Liberty issue 1900 100r bright rose tied by cds. Unusual usage. Scott 160.
1912 (9 Dec). R.J. To Switzerland. 200rs. Blue stationery. Envelope.
c.1906. BRAZIL - FINLAND. Campinas to Finland. 60rs. Black stationery wrapper + 10rs. x 4 adtl. Block of four. (Sc 174 x 4), cds. VF.
1913 (7 Nov). R.J. / Central Station to USA (Chicago 4 Dec). Registered 100rs. Red stationery envelope + 2 adtls.
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