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1734  Entire from Edinburgh showing a faint TWO-LINE "EDIN=/BURGH" routed through Norwich and addressed "To Sir William Dick to be left at the THREE CROWNS IN YARMOUTH in the county of Norfolk" and "BY THE CAXTON BAG".  Showing...

1734  Entire from Edinburgh showing a faint TWO-LINE "EDIN=/BURGH" routed through Norwich and addressed "To Sir William Dick to be left at the THREE CROWNS IN YARMOUTH in the county of Norfolk" and "BY THE CAXTON BAG".  Showing...


...a very fine SLOPING ITALIC NORWICH used on Cross Post letters between 1730 and 1734.  Norwich is the only town-marking associated with Cross Posts in England, NK 286b.  RARE.  ONLY THREE RECORDED.  Initially charged 6d to Norwich and 2d to Yarmouth making "INALL 8".



Item reference: 2925

£450