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Asia - North Borneo
[Cockburn, Peter] - Stamps and Covers of South East Asia including the Peter Cockburn Award Winning Collection of Straits Settlements and Malayan States Revenue Stamps
[Cockburn, Peter] - Stamps and Covers of South East Asia
including the Peter Cockburn Award Winning Collection of Straits Settlements and Malayan States Revenue Stamps

Publisher: Spink, Singapore, 2014.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 199 pages, covers ever so slightly rubbed at corners else in Very Good condition.
Large catalogue featuring the collection of Revenue Stamps of the Straits Settlements & Malayan States formed by Peter Cockburn; the final portion of the Stolz collection of Burma; the Vestey collection of Sarawak; David Tett's collection of Borneo Prisoner of War & Civilian Internees Mail; and strong sections of Malaya, Labuan, North Borneo, etc. Very well illustrated in colour.
£12.00Quantity:

[Vestey] - The Collector
[Vestey] - The Collector's Series featuring Stamps from the Vestey Collection
Publisher: Spink, Singapore, 2010.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 50 pages, in Very Good condition.
Featuring Straits Settlements, Malayan States, Sarawak, North Borneo, Brunei, Labuan, etc. Well illustrated in colour.
£8.50Quantity:

Tett, David - A Postal History of the Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees in East Asia during the Second World War, Volume 6 Japan, Korea, Manchuria and Borneo 1942-1945, Hellships to Slavery
Tett, David - A Postal History of the Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees in East Asia during the Second World War, Volume 6
Japan, Korea, Manchuria and Borneo 1942-1945, Hellships to Slavery

Publisher: BFA Publishing, 2010.
Large hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, xv + 427 pages, in Very Good condition.
The sixth and final volume in this monumental series covers the history of the mails to and from prisoners in Japan, Korea, Manchuria and Borneo. It is subtitled “Hellships to Slavery” as few prisoners were captured in these countries but POWs were transported there from Hong Kong, Singapore, the DEI, the Philippines, as well as other points of capture. More than a hundred camps existed in Japan divided into groups and the book includes examples of the mail to and from the various groups of camps – Fukuoka, Hakodate, Osaka, Tokyo and Zentsuji. In Korea the principal camps were in Keijo and Jinsen and mail of these camps is profusely illustrated. Senior officers and other POWs were also held in a number of camps in Manchuria, the largest being at Hoten, Mukden. Mail to and from these POWs is covered in this volume. The POWs in Borneo, British, Australian and Indian were held in a number of camps but mail is only known from and to Kuching and Sandakan. Examples are illustrated. Profusely illustrated with more than 500 illustrations, mostly in colour.
£45.00Quantity:

Batty-Smith, W. - The Forces Postal Service in Borneo during the Confrontation with Indonesia 1962-1966
Batty-Smith, W. - The Forces Postal Service in Borneo during the Confrontation with Indonesia 1962-1966
Publisher: the Sarawak Specialists' Society, 2007.
Large format (A4) paperback (softcover), 50 pages, very minor signs of use, slight bend to corner, else in Very Good condition.
Study of the British Forces postal service during the undeclared war with Indonesia (known as the "Borneo Confrontation") in 1962-66. Very well illustrated with illustrations of FPO cancels and colour illustrations of covers.
£10.00Quantity:

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