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This example of WLS-E11 E-1 variety has been used within Jamaica, locally from Morant Bay to Kingston on January 21, 1901. The reverse is blank, as is consistent with this variety.
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This example of WLS-E11 has been used within Canada, locally within Chiiliwack BC on November 2, 1900. On the reverse is found song back 2, with the lyrics of “It’s Only a Bit of Bunting”.

Overseas Uses

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This example of WLS-E11 E-1 variety has been used within Jamaica, locally from Morant Bay to E.A.H. Haggard Esq, Kingston. The cover bears a 1p Jamaican stamp, no. 31, issued in 1900, showing Llandovery Falls. The stamp is cancelled with a Morant Bay cancellation dated January 21, 1901. The cover has a blank back, making it Henry Gates’ variety E-1.
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This J.C. Wilson British Ensign (Tattered) cover has been postally used from Jamaica to England, a rare use. Addressed to Mess. W. & A. Gilbey, Pantheon, London, the cover bears a 1p Jamaican stamp, no. 32, issued in 1901, showing Llandovery Falls. The stamp is cancelled with a Morant Bay cancellation dated January 8, 1902. The cover has a blank back, making it Henry Gates’ variety E-1, but with the flap imprinted “MARCHALLECK & CO, MORANT BAY, JAMAICA WI”.
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This J.C. Wilson British Ensign (Tattered) cover has been postally used from Kingston, Jamaica to Hamburg, Germany, a rare use. Addressed to Messrs. Hesse, Newman & Co., the cover bears two QV 2½p Jamaican stamps, no. 26, issued in 1891. The stamps are cancelled with a Kingston Street Letter Box cancellation dated August 28, 1901. The cover has a blank back, making it Henry Gates’ variety E-1, but with the flap imprinted “MARCHALLECK & CO, MORANT BAY, JAMAICA WI”.

Below, the reverse of the cover showing a back stamp from Hamburg dated September 13, 1901.
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Short Paid Uses

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This J.C. Wilson British Ensign (Tattered) cover has been postally used from Kingston, Jamaica to Hamburg, Germany, a rare use. Addressed to Messrs. Hesse, Newman & Co., the cover bears two 1d Llandovery Falls Jamaican stamps, no. 31, issued in 1900, and a Half Penny Queen Victoria stamp, no. 16 from 1883 through 1890. The stamps total 2½p, half the postage used for the previous cover, hence the short paid markings. The cover has a blank back, making it Henry Gates’ variety E-1, but with the flap imprinted “MARCHALLECK & CO, MORANT BAY, JAMAICA WI”.

Below, the reverse of the cover showing a back stamp from Kingston dated March 20, 1902, and Hamburg dated April 3rd.
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