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& JAMAICAN POST CARDS
JAMAÏQUE / JAMAIKA / Yamayka / Ямайка / ཇ་མའི་ཀ /
JAMAJKA / Iamáice / Giamaica / 자메이카 / जमैका / Hamayka
"1962 DX-PEDITION TO BAJO NUEVO / HK0AB / A COLOMBIAN INSULAR TERRITORY"
shortwave (14 M.C.) QSL card, some ink transfer on back of the recipient's
call sign. These uninhabited reefs are the Petrel Islands, sometimes called
Bajo Nuevo Bank. Disputed territory among Colombia, Jamaica & Nicaragua.
"6Y5CI" Montego Bay shortwave (7.034 MHz) QSL viewcard used 1994 by operator Charles Clarke, minor wear to one corner. View in monochromatic blue shows 2 tourists being poled along in a small flat-bottomed boat. $2.50 j
"6Y5 / K4XS" Negril shortwave (14 MHZ) QSL card on thin stock, used 1989 by operator Bill Kollenbaum, good edges. $1.50 j
"Castleton Gardens, Kingston, Jamaica" unused postcard from the Aston W. Gardner & Co.'s Series, numbered 1596 & 133655 on the back, very faint album marks at the back corners. Referred to in modern times as Castleton Garden or Castleton Botanical Garden. $3.75 jg
"Greetings from Jamaica, B. W. I. / Ginger Peelers" showing 5 women & 4 baskets full of their work, unused color postcard numbered 225 & 65650 on the back, faint small bend at one upper corner, otherwise good edges. $5.00 jp
"Greetings from Jamaica, B. W. I. / Swimming Pool and Golf Links / Constant Spring" color post card mailed at Kingston 27 JNE 1955 (fancy FIND YOUR VACATION / SUMMERLAND cancel well struck on 1-c Queen & 4-d King--mixed reign!) to Pennsylvania. $3.50 j-j
"GREETINGS FROM JAMAICA / Rear View of Myrtle Bank" unused post card in color, circa-WW I but fairly fresh. $6.00 j
"HI Jamaica Hilton" including their beach, as seen from above; chrome postcard mailed to Ohio (5-c Manley stamp neatly cancelled), small corner crease. $1.00 j NEW / NOUVEAU / NOV
"JAMAICA, A VILLAGE STREET" showing a couple of women & children on a small street, one woman carries a large load on her head; unused real photo post card, 'Canadian Pacific Cruise' printed on back, Will F. Taylor copyright, glossy finish with the start of oxidation, a few tiny surface indentations. $7.00 j
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"JAMAICAN STEEL BAND / WITH NATIVE DANCERS" chrome postcard mailed to the USA (two 2-1 / 2-d stamps lightly cancelled). $1.25 j
"K8MFO / 6Y5" Negril shortwave (18 MHz) QSL card used 1991 by operator Don Karvonen, excellent condition. $1.75 j
"Montego Bay (Moonlight), Jamaica A. W. Gardiner & Co., Jamaica. V. & S., D." monochromatic dark blue postcard with undivided back, very late usage at Jamaica Virginia, minor corner rounding. $11.00 jm
"Myrtle Bank Hotel (Backview) / Greetings from Jamaica" unused color post card, circa-WW I vintage, trivial corner wear. $6.00 j
"Native Fishermen, Jamaica, B.W.I. / Color photo by Nacy Reynolds Cooke" close to the shore, including 2 small boats; chrome postcard airmailed to the US (5-d map stamp uncancelled). $1.25 j
"No. 20. Loading Banana. Port Antonio" showing a long line of stevedores, each shouldering a bunch, about to go on a ship; unused black & white postcard from A. Duperly & Sons, toning near back bottom edge possibly from the printing process itself. $12.00 jfp
"Poinciana Regia., Hope Gardens, Jamaica. The Flamboyante, covered with Old Man's Beard lichen" unused postcard from Aston W. Gardner & Company, one corner with trivial wear, light toning near one back corner. $4.75 jgt
"RAFTING PARTY ON THE RIO GRANDE RIVER / JAMAICA" chrome postcard mailed there 1967 to Pennsylvania (two 2-1 / 2-d stamps legibly cancelled), scalloped edges as issued. $1.25 j
RMS Port Kingston (1903). "Fern Gully, Jamaica / IMPERIAL DIRECT WEST INDIA MAIL SERVICE Coy Ltd / R.M.S. PORT KINGSTON" ship inset in art border, probably detached from a menu, long crease, low contrast / grayish, considerable edge wear, paper browning with age. The ship was registered in 1903. Postcard sold. Still available for scholarly study & research as a full-size & enhanced 72-dpi scan in .jpg or .tif format. $1.50 s(i)j-j*
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"The Town of Montego Bay, Jamaica, / Kodachrome by H. S. Samuels", unused chrome post card. $1.25 j
TRANS-JAMAICAN AIRLINES, LIMITED. Unused continental post card showing its Britten Norman BN-2A MK III Trislander (6Y-JJI) in the air, small numeral written on back, otherwise excellent condition. Necessarily pre-1994 when the airline was taken over. $3.50 a(p)j
TRANS-JAMAICAN AIRLINES, LIMITED. Unused continental postcard showing its Douglas DC-3 Dakota (6Y-JJQ) parked near a building, from a limited edition of 500, excellent condition. During World War II she flew for No. 164 (T) Squadron of the Royal Canadian Air Force. $5.00 a(p)ja(m) NEW / NOUVEAU / NOU
=> Special: Both of the above for $7.75 a(p)j <=
"VP5AB" Kingston QSL card mailed 1934 to Philadelphia (1/2-d King stamp clearly cancelled) by operator Bertie Liang, tiny pinhole at top center, brownish paper. $3.50 j-j
"VP5AO" continental Kingston shortwave (14 MC) QSL card used 1948 by operator Cyril Soares, tape residue on back from mounting. $2.00 j
Wanted to buy--more Jamaican post cards, especially pre-1940. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros!
Wanted to buy--Jamaican postcards issued by A. Duperty. Please offer us some, priced in US dollars or Euros! *c
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