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6d Express Fee
1925 - 31 March 1959

The

1918 Registered Mail

A World War I registered letter posted at 'TALBOT ST / 12 FE / 18 /DUBLIN' to U.S.A. with 'OPENED BY / CENSOR / 1947' censor tape at left applied in England.

New York receiving backstamp dated March 8 and a stright line date 'MAR 9 1918' presumably applied by recipient.


1/9 Postal Stationery Registered Envelope - G Size

Postage 46p (for less than 10 grams) to Canada plus 55p Express Fee •=• Total Paid £1.01


6d Express Fee
1925 - 31 March 1959

The


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