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cancelled 7 MAY 1932. Has boxed "Posted Out of Course" chop and manuscript
"No charge to be Raised". No Kuching registration chop (nothing under
Why since it was carefully cancelled in Kuching does it have an incorrect rate? Was it posted elsewhere – on a coastal ship?
know where the boxed "Posted Out of Course" and manuscript
endorsement was applied?
The blue cross on the front is under one
Why was it treated as registered in
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From Claire Scott:
has the blue lines to indicate that it was registered but there is no
registered label from Kuching, when it reached London it was treated as
registered and the London Foreign Section registered label was applied with the
posted out of course cachet to indicate that it had not come through with
registered material. The out of course is a