STAMP PHILATELY
Ceylon - Postcard from Straits Settlements (1936) Uprated 2¢
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GENERAL INFORMATION
Country
Straits Settlements
Type
Postcard
Class
Postal Stationery
Front Inscription
POST CARD STRAITS SETTLEMENTS
Face Value
2 cent
Issued Date
1928
Postmark
20/01/1936
Postmark Town
Singapore
Printer
De La Rue & Co, Limited (UK)
Gum
No Gum
Dimension
140 × 82 mm
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Used With Postmark - Average
CATALOG INFORMATION
P36
Standard Catalog of Malaysia, Singapore & Brunei
Ceylon - Postcard from Straits Settlements (1936) Uprated 2¢
POSTCARD

Issued in 1928

'THE ADDRESS ONLY TO BE WRITTEN ON THIS SIDE' was not printed per usual card.

POST                      CARD
STRAITS SETTLEMENTS


INDICIA

STRAITS SETTLEMENTS

TWO CENTS

STAMP


STRAITS
SETTLEMENTS

Green
King George V, facing left.
October 1919, typography, printed on chalky-paper.

Scott 151
SG#195

POSTMARK

Double circular date stamp.

SINGAPORE
7 PM
20 JA
1936
11

20 January 1936.

RECIPIENT

Mr. A. E. Butler,
Hambantota,
Ceylon.

MESSAGE

125 Tynwhitt Rd.
Singapore
20th Jan., 1936.

Dear Sir,

On the 19th of
Nov. last, I sent you, at
your request, a mint and a
used set of S.S. Jubilee
stamps for exchange. But so
far I have not yet heard from
you. I shall be very much
obliged if you will kindly
send me the stamps (Jub. 2 Oct)
that you have promised me
at your earliest convenience.
if you hvae and already done
so. Thanking you and hoping
hear from you in due course.

Yours Faithfully,
H.H. Leong.

P.S. I can now supply mint S.S. old
and new ? as well as new F.M.S
against mint Ceylon pictorials.
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