superbly executed pen and ink envelope with an illustration of an elderly character with his thumb up, riding in a carriage and inscribed 'BIT OF 'ALL RIGHT' BACK O' ME', sent from Bramley, Yorks., to Sutton on Derwent with
amusing and finely executed envelope from the Smith correspondence depicting a miserable red-nosed gentleman sitting and with his head held in his hands, sent from Fulham to Birkenhead with KE VII
1868 printed 'King O' Scots' cover produced to advertise the play at Drury Lane Theatre, depicting two swordsmen. Posted locally in London with red tied London duplex,
Hand illustrated pen & ink depicting Napoleon I franked pair ½d I 1903
Envelope enviado para Weymouth to Chester le Street - Inglaterra /
pen and ink illustrated envelope from the same correspondence, sent from Leeds to Sutton on Derwent with pair, the superbly executed illustration of a somewhat bizarre messenger with a ''G.
Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: 1908 (Dec. very fine pen and ink illustrated envelope ''VOTES FOR WOMEN WHO MADE ME WHAT THEY ARE'', sent from Leeds to Sutton on Derwent with pair, very fine and a rare propaganda envelope.
Eleven characters from a Fop to a Chimney Sweep, with the question "Who sent the girl the letter?
superbly executed pen and ink and watercolour envelope with an unusual illustration depicting a clown apparently painting over a page in a music book and inscribed 'COMING HOME IS SHE', sent from Bramley, Yorks., to Sutton on Derwent
superbly executed pen and ink illustrated envelope depicting a…
Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: 1923 (Nov.) envelope with fine pen and ink illustration showing a man pointing to a picture and exclaiming ''THAT, MADAM, IS THE LADY ROSAMOND'', sent from Boscombe to Accrington with
Illustrated envelope addressed to Major Thornton and prepaid with a perforate penny red with four corner letters, cancelled with the Croydon duplex dated 18 March 1879
27 Hand Illustrated and Later Printed Envelopes: 1898 (Jan. envelope with coloured hand illustration depicting a Japanese Lady with fan and stylised plant, signed 'Clark and sent within South Tottenham with 1881 die 2 lilac, exceptional.
amusing and finely executed envelope from the Smith correspondence depicting a red-nosed gentleman struggling with a trunk, sent from West Hartlepool to the Isle of Man
a superbly hand illustrated envelope from Norwood to the British Consulate in Samoa, 1897
Pen and ink and watercolour envelope with an unusual illustration depicting a clown clutching a small figure to his chest and inscribed 'He's All Right My Dear', sent from Bramley, Yorks., to Sutton on Derwent I 1907 (Jan.