Collection of WWII APO Covers


American Philatelic Society

Life Member L10740-051714

Jay T. Carrigan


(USA)

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FOR SALE:  A collection of 316 WWII and postwar APO covers (no continental Europe and no CONUS

except for possibly (probably) some of the Transit APOs.  The majority are genuine usages but there are

several philatelic items including some First Days.  Whenever more than one example is listed for a given

APO number, the postmarks are generally different.

 

I have not yet proofread this list, so please excuse any errors that may have crept in.

 

I will be happy provide scans of a few covers if anyone would like to study them. 

Contact

 

A Microsoft Word version of this list can be downloaded from www.jaypex.com/APO.doc.

I want to realize $600 for this lot, net after shipping costs and any PayPal charges.

Contents of collection:

  

USA – Transit APOs (locations unknown)

APO 1099, JUL 24 1942, censored, large (85x50 mm) printed censor seal

APO 3309, JAN 25 1943, censored in red

APO 3353, DEC 30 1942, Washington, DC postmark, censored, large (89x51 mm) printed censor seal

APO 3461, FEB 14 1943(?), censored

APO 3929, APR 29 1943, NEW YORK postmark, censored

APO 3934, no postmark but contents dated APR 27 1943, censored

APO 5272, JUN 24 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored (signed by sender)

APO 5274, JUN 26 1944, censored, reduced at right

APO 5290, AUG 21 1944 U. S. NAVY postmark, censored

APO 5955, SEP 19 1944, censored, SERVIGE error in postmark

APO 8716, MAR 23 1943, censored

APO 8962, JUN 11 1943, franked with 3¢ Win the War stamp (Scott 905), censored, to Canada

APO 9492, FEB 10 1944, censored

APO 9718, APR 8 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 12636, MAY 29 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 12855, MAY 25 1944, franked with 6¢ Prexie paying airmail rate

APO 12946, APR 24 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored but tape missing

APO 16597, OCT 8 1944, with enclosed letter, parts of which were snipped by the censor

APO 17113, JAN 7 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 17346, DEC 6 1944 (arrival), Change of Address card, Camp Rucker, AL postmark

APO 17559, JAN 7 1945, franked with 8¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored (signed by sender)

APO 17803, OCT 27 1944, Change of Address card, Camp Rucker, AL postmark

APO 17814, JAN 7 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 17814, JAN 14 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 17829, OCT 26 1944, Change of Address card, Sparta, WI postmark

APO 18636, APR 27 1945, censored

 

IRAN

APO 680, MAY 28 1944, legal size penalty envelope

 

JAPAN

APO 24 (Kokura), MAR 25 1947, franked with 5¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 181 (Tokyo), APR 11 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 201 (Osaka), DEC 13 1946, franked with 3¢ Smithsonian Institution stamp (Scott 943), philatelic

APO 201 (Osaka), FEB 26 1949, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 301 (Kyoto), JUL 1 1949, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, APO 503 (Yokohama) in return address

APO 309 (Sendai), JUL 21 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 317 (Kure), JAN 3 1946, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 317 (Kure), JAN 28 1946, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 328 (Atsugi Airfield), MAR 26 (1946), franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 343 (Yokohama), APR 13 1946, franked with 3¢ Florida stamp (Scott 927), philatelic

APO 347 (Yokohama), JUN 26 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 348 (the literature says APO 348 ceased operation in ETO on 6/15/45; no information on operations in Japan),

        APO 994 (Johnson AAB, Irumigawa) in return address, APR 3(?) 1947, 5/6¢ revalued airmail envelope UC13

APO 401 (Atsugia Airfield), JUL 25 1946, franked with 3¢ Veterans stamp (Scott 940), philatelic (APO 328 in return address

APO 404 (Yokohama), FEB 25 1946, franked with 3¢ US Army stamp (Scott 934), philatelic

APO 445 (Kumagaya), APR 22 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 500 (Tokyo), MAY 1 1946, , legal size penalty envelope addressed to stamp dealer

APO 503 (Yokohama), APR 11 1946, franked with 3¢ US Navy stamp (Scott 935), philatelic

APO 611 (Tokyo), JUL 15 1946, franked with 3¢ Veterans stamp (Scott 940), philatelic

APO 660 (Itami), MAY 4 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 703 (Yokohama), JUL 18 1946 (plus JUL 19 “7-BPO” postmark), franked with 3¢ Veterans stamp (Scott 940), philatelic

APO 704 (Tachikawa), APR 15 1946, franked with 3¢ US Navy stamp (Scott 935), philatelic

APO 704 (Tachikawa), JUN 11 1947, legal size penalty envelope

APO 706 (Aomori), MAR 25 (1946), 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 710 (Nagoya), MAR 25 1947, 5/6¢ revalued airmail envelope UC13

APO 713 (Nagoya), JUL 16 1946, franked with 3¢ Veterans stamp (Scott 940), philatelic

APO 919 (Chitose), AUG 10 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 929 (Fukuoka), AUG 12 1946, franked with 3¢ Veterans stamp (Scott 940), philatelic

APO 929 (Fukuoka), MAY 12 1947, legal size penalty envelope

APO 994 (Johnson AAB, Irumigawa), APR 10 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 1005 (Sapporo), APR 4 1946, franked with 3¢ US Navy stamp (Scott 935), philatelic

APO 1052 (Tokyo), JUN 7 1946, franked with 3¢ US Navy stamp (Scott 935), philatelic

BPO 7 (Yokohama), FEB 17 1946, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet (return address is APO 660)

BPO 7 (Yokohama), MAY 19 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6 (return address is APO 704-1)

BPO 7 (Yokohama), JUN 4 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3 (return address is APO 703)

BPO 7 (Yokohama), OCT 19 1946, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet (return address is APO 660)

BPO 13 (Tokyo?), SEP 3 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, addressed to APO 845 (transit postmark on reverse),

        forwarded twice, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5 (BPO 13 is recorded to be in New Guinea on this date; return

        address is APO 503 which was established in Tokyo on Aug. 31), censored, early occupation cover

 

RYUKUS

APO 245 (Ie Shima), SEP 25 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 331 (Okinawa), MAY 6 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored, during the battle (Mar. 26-July 2), with contents

APO 902 (Okinawa), OCT 1 1945

 

PHILIPPINES

APO 12 (postmark used by 12th PRS), MAR 17 1945, APO 70 (San Fernando) in return address, franked with 6¢ Transport

        airmail stamp (damaged), censored

APO 12 (postmark used by 12th PRS), AUG 8 1945, APO 70 (San Fernando) in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 24 (Davao), SEP 11 1945, addressed to APO 72, APO 159 in return address, oversized cover slightly reduced at left

APO 37 (San Jose), JUN 9 1945(?), censored, Red Cross post card to Rita Hayworth (requesting a picture)

APO 43 (Luzon), JAN 20 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 43 (Manila), APR 18 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 43 (Cabanatuan), AUG 15 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 70 (Luzon), JAN 8 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 70 (San Fernando), DEC 20 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 72 (Tacloban), MAR 16 1945, penalty envelope

APO 72 (Tacloban), APR 19 1945, legal size penalty envelope, 4PO postmark on reverse

APO 73 (Batangas), SEP 11 1945, addressed to APO 72, forwarded to APO 248, postmarks of APO 32 and PR8 on reverse,

        legal size envelope reduced at right

APO 73 (Batangas), SEP 27 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4

APO 73 (Batangas), SEP 29 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 74 (Clark Field), JUL 4 1945, legal size penalty envelope

APO 74 (Clark Field), FEB 17 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, APO 450 in return address

APO 74 (Clark Field), JUN 6 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5, APO 613 in return address

APO 74 (Clark Field), NOV 17 1947 San Francisco postmark, franked with small 5¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 75 (Manila), JUL 4 1945, legal size penalty envelope

APO 77 (Ormoc), JAN 28 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 248 (Dulag), APR 20 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored, with contents, APO 72 in return address

APO 323 (Manila), MAR 23 1946, franked with 3¢ US Navy stamp (Scott 935), philatelic with enclosed letter requesting a

        favor cancellation

APO 351 (Nichols Field), OCT 31 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 442 (San Fernando), JUL 31 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 468 (Leyte), JAN 18 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 613 (Angeles), MAR 13 1947, 5/6¢ revalued airmail envelope UC11

APO 613 (Tarlac), APR 11 1947, franked with 5¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 707 (Camp Rizal), APR 21 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 707 (Camp Rizal), SEP 18 1945, legal size penalty envelope, censored

APO 707 (Camp Rizal), SEP 28 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 711 (Manila), OCT 17 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 714 (Manila), OCT 13 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet

APO 718 (Cebu), AUG 19 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored by sender

APO 719 (Leyte), JUN 7 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 719 (Leyte), JUL 24 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5, censored

APO 719-2 (Clark Field), OCT 5 1946, 5/6¢ revalued airmail envelope UC10

APO 1003 (Dulag), OCT 1 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet (damaged), APO 932 in return address

APO 1105 (Manila), JAN 5 1946, franked with 3¢ US Army stamp (Scott 934), philatelic

BPO 4? (San Joaquin), MAY 20, 1945, APO 159 in return address, Red Cross envelope

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), MAY 23 1945, APO 1004 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), MAY 25 1945, APO 159 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), JUN 16 1945, APO 72 in return address, legal size penalty envelope

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), JUL 3 1945, APO 24 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), JUL 5 1945, APO 321 in return address, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet, censored

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), JUL 16 1945, APO 31 in return address, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet, censored

BPO 4 (San Joaquin), AUG 12 1945, APO 24 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

BPO 7 (Manila), AUG 4 1945, APO 33 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

BPO 22 (Manila), MAY 7 1946, APO 900 in return address, legal size penalty envelope

PRS 9 (Clark Field), MAR 25 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

 

MARIANAS

APO 196 (Guam), MAY 25 1945, franked with 3¢ Pan American Union stamp (Scott 895), censored, philatelic

APO 234 (Guam), MAR 24 1946, business reply envelope franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet

APO 234 (Guam), MAY 20 1946, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 237 (Saipan), DEC 30 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 237 (Saipan), FEB 9 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 237 (Saipan), SEP 9 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet

APO 244 (Saipan), NOV 26 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored in red

APO 244 (Saipan), JUN 5 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 244 (Saipan), AUG 1 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5, censored  scan

APO 246 (Guam), NOV 2 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp  scan

APO 246 (Guam), AUG 9 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6  scan

APO 247 (Tinian), MAY 14 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6  scan

APO 264 (Guam), JUL 5 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5  scan

APO 334 (Guam), JUN 6 1946, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6  scan

APO 334 (Guam), JAN 16 1946, 5¢ airmail envelope UC14  scan

APO 336 (Tinian), OCT 29 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5  scan

APO 1058 (Tinian), AUG 29 1945, APO 336 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

 

SOLOMONS

APO 40 (Guadalcanal), FEB 21 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 43 (Russell Island), JUL 29 1943, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 43 (New Georgia), NOV 3 1943, franked with a pair of 3¢ Win the War stamps (Scott 905), censored

APO 43 (New Georgia), NOV 21 1943, franked with inscription block of 4 of the 5¢ Overrun Countries series, censored

APO 292 (Russell Island), MAY 10 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored twice

APO 453 (Guadalcanal), OCT 16 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored  scan

APO 453 (Bougainville), FEB 19 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored  scan

APO 453 (Bougainville), MAY 5 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored  scan

APO 706 (Bougainville), MAR 19 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored  scan

APO 706 (Bougainville), JUL 31 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 709 (Guadalcanal) in return address, DEC 13 1943 U. S. NAVY postmark, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 709 (Guadalcanal), MAR 7 1944, post card application for absentee ballot, censored

APO 709 (Guadalcanal), JAN 19 (1945), franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet (damaged), censored

APO 709 (Guadalcanal), JUN 7 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet, censored

APO 717 (Rendova), DEC 14 1943, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 717 (Rendova), AUG 5 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

 

NEW GUINEA

APO 713-1 (Nadzab Airfield), MAR 13 1945, legal size penalty envelope

BPO 7 (Port Moresby), OCT 11 1944, APO 96 (Hawaii!) in return address, censored

BPO 7 (Port Moresby), JAN 22 194(5), APO 17545 in return address, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

 

AUSTRALIA

APO 32 (Logan Village), OCT 23 1942, franked with 3¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 901), censored and sealed with

        “Opened by U.S. Censor” label in red

APO 301 (Rockhampton), SEP 21 1943, legal size penalty envelope

APO 501 (Brisbane), SEP 12 1943, APO 929 in return address, legal size penalty envelope

APO 501 (Brisbane), OCT 23 1943, legal size penalty envelope, but franked with pair of Win the War stamps (Scott 905)  scan

APO 704 (Cairns), AUG 11 1943, legal size penalty envelope

APO 920 (Batchelor Field), OCT 10 1942, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored in red

APO 922 (Townsville), JAN 11 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 923 (Brisbane), APR 4 1944, legal size penalty envelope

APO 924 (Melbourne), JUL 11 1944, legal size penalty envelope

APO 927 (Sydney), MAY 11 1944, legal size penalty envelope

BPO 7 (South Brisbane), FEB 16 1944, APO 925 in return address, legal size penalty envelope

BPO 7 (South Brisbane), JUL 8 1944, APO 925 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored and sealed with

        “Opened by U.S. Censor” label in red

BPO 7 (South Brisbane), MAY 31 1945, APO 922 in return address, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet,

        censored

 

NEW ZEALAND

APO 715 (Auckland), JAN 3 1944, legal size penalty envelope

 

NEW CALEDONIA

APO 25, MAR 17 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 502 (Noumea), DEC 13 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 502 (Noumea), NOV 1 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 502 (Noumea), NOV 6 1943

APO 502 (Noumea), JAN 12 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

 

NEW HEBRIDES

APO 27 (Espiritu Santo), DEC 23 1944, franked with 6¢ Prexie paying airmail rate, censored, Red Cross envelope

APO 708 (Espiritu Santo), NOV 3 1942, USO envelope with slogan “Idle Gossip Sinks Ships”, censored

APO 708 (Espiritu Santo), FEB 16 1944, censored

APO 932 (Vila), SEP 19 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

 

FIJI

APO 913 (Viti Levu), JUN 30 1942 (last day before order to remove APO number from postmarks), legal size penalty envelope

 

HAWAII

APO 7 (Schofield Barracks), MAY 4 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 33 (Lihue, Kauai), OCT 9 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 38 (Aiea, Oahu), FEB 8 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 38 (Aiea, Oahu), APR 24 1944, censored

APO 98 (Fort Hase, Oahu), DEC 10 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet, censored

APO 264 (Hickam Field), NOV 18 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 309 (Schofield Barracks), NOV 16 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 438 (Moanalua, Oahu), APR 12 1950, 3¢ envelope Type U93

APO 455 (Sand Island), JAN 30 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 455 (Sand Island), JUL 21 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet, censored

APO 455 (Sand Island), JUL 19 1946, franked with 3¢ Merchant Marine stamp (Scott 939), philatelic

APO 456 (Honolulu), NOV 13 1944,APO 953 in return address

APO 456 (Honolulu), FEB 1 1945, APO 951 in return address, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 952 (Fort Hase, Oahu), MAR 6 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 953 (Hickam Field), DEC 4 1944

APO 953 (Hickam Field), JUL24 1946, APO 925 (Tokyo!) in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 953 (Fort Kamehameha, Oahu), DEC 25 1942, personal letter to stamp dealer, censored

APO 955 (Fort Malakole, Oahu), FEB 19 1944, censored

APO 956 (Fort Ruger, Oahu), MAY 29 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

APO 957 (Schofield Barracks), OCT 13 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 958 (Fort Schafter, Oahu), AUG 3 1945, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet, censored

APO 960 (Hilo), JUN 16 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 960 (Hilo), JUL 11 1942, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 961 (Kahului, Maui), JUL 29 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 961 (Kahului, Maui), MAR 7 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 963 (Fort de Russy, Oahu), OCT 9 1947, franked with 5¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 964 (Kahuka Airbase, Oahu), NOV 29 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

 

ALASKA

APO 729 (Shemya Island), MAR 9 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 937 (Fort Greely), DEC 8 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored, sealed with plain brown tape

APO 980 (Adak Island), MAR 9 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6 with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp added, censored

APO 986 (Amchitka Island), AUG 22 1943, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

 

CANAL ZONE

APO 834 (Quarry Heights), JUN 10 1944, legal size envelope franked with strip of 3 6¢ Transport airmail

APO 834 (Quarry Heights), JUL 18 1944, legal size penalty envelope

 

PUERTO RICO

APO 845 (Aguadillo), NOV 2 1944, legal size envelope forwarded multiple times and returned to sender, APO 847

        postmark on reverse

APO 845 (Aguadillo), JAN 21 1945, censored

APO 846 (Fort Buchanan), JAN 9 1948, 5¢ airmail envelope UC15

APO 847 (Cayey), APR 28 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored twice

APO 847 (Cayey), AUG 16 1947, 5¢ airmail envelope UC14

APO 848 (Ponce), DEC 27 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4

APO 848 (Ponce), MAY 12 1948, franked with small 5¢ Transport airmail stamp

APO 850 (Vega Bana), JUN 8 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 851 (San Juan) in return address, San Juan postmark, APR 17 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 853 (Camp O’Reilley), JAN 15 1943, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored twice

APO 854 (Camp Ensenada), MAR 12 1946, franked with 3¢ Coast Guard stamp (Scott 936), philatelic

 

CUBA

APO 632 (San Antonio de los Baños), AUG 27 1943, legal size penalty envelope but franked with 6¢ Transport

        Airmail stamp  scan

APO 2714 (Camaguay) in return address, OCT 16 1943 postmark without APO number, the literature states that this

        APO did not open until Nov. 22, legal size penalty envelope but franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp  scan

 

BERMUDA

APO 802 (St. George), JUL 5 1941, franked with 3¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 901), censored, large (91x51 mm)

        printed censor seal

APO 856 (Fort Bell), SEP 28 1942, franked with 10¢ Transport airmail, censored

APO 856 (Fort Bell), DEC 11 1942, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 856 (Kindley AFB), MAY 7 1952, franked with small 6¢ Transport airmail stamp from booklet (Scott C39a)

 

ANTIGUA

APO 855 (St. John), JAN 15 1945, APO 845 in return address

 

ST. LUCIA

APO 805 (Vieux Fort), JAN 10 1942, franked with 1½¢ Prexie plate number single, philatelic, censored

APO 867 (Vieux Fort), DEC 26 (1942), legal size penalty envelop addressed to stamp dealer, with contents

APO 867 (Vieux Fort), OCT 8 1948, 5¢ airmail envelope UC15

 

TRINIDAD

APO 687 (Edinburgh Field), MAY 8 1943, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 695 (Weller Field), illegible 1944 date but backstamped Nov. 21, franked with 3¢ Steamship stamp (Scott 923,

        philatelic, censored twice

APO 695 (Weller Field), AUG 11 1944, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored

APO 695 (Weller Field), JAN 1 1945, APO 845 in return address

APO 803 (Port of Spain), FEB 17 1942, franked with 15¢ Map airmail stamp (Scott C8), appears non-philatelic, censored

APO 803 A (Fort Read), DEC 13 1941 (First Day of operation), franked with 3¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 901),

        censored

APO 868 (Port of Spain), JUN 13 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 869 (Fort Read), MAR 10 1943, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3

APO 880 (Chacachacare), NOV 28 1943, franked with pair of 3¢ Win the War stamps (Scott 905), censored

 

NEWFOUNDLAND

APO 801 (St. Johns), APR 16 1941 (First Day of operation), franked with 1½¢ Prexie stamp, philatelic

APO 801 (St. Johns), NOV 11 1941, franked with 1¢ and 2¢ Prexie stamps, philatelic, censored

APO 801-A (Argentia), MAY 21 1941 (First Day of operation), franked with, respectively, 1¢ National Defense,

        ½¢ Nathan Hale, 1¢ Prexie & another ½¢ Hale (Scott 899, 653, 804, 653), philatelic

APO 801-A (Argentia), OCT 30 1941, franked with 3¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 901), philatelic

APO 801-B (Fort Peperell), JUL 21 1941 (First Day of operation), franked with 2¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 900),

        philatelic, “PASSED BY CENSOR” on reverse

APO 801-C (Stephenland), MAR 21 1942, franked with 3¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 901), philatelic, still sealed

        with printed stiffener inside, censored

APO 801-D (Quidi Vidi), OCT 1 1941 (First Day of operation), franked with 1½¢ Prexie stamp, philatelic

APO 801-D (Quidi Vidi), MAR 24 1942, franked with 3¢ National Defense stamp (Scott 901), philatelic, still sealed

        with printed stiffener inside, censored

 

SCOTLAND

APO 648 (Prestwick), AUG 9 1943, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

 

WALES

APO 134 (Barry), MAY 3 1944, APO 2 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

 

ENGLAND

APO 61 (Grove), JUN 19 1945, APO 558 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 63 (Cirencester), MAR 9 1945, American Red Cross post card, censored

APO 69 (Braintree), JUN 30 1944, APO 149 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 110 (Chilbolton), JUN 27 1944, APO 595 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 111 (Stansted), AUG 28 1944, APO 140 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 115 (Moreton-on-Lugg), MAR 20 1944, APO 308 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored in red

APO 115 (Moreton-on-Lugg), SEP 7 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 124 (Honeybourne), JUN 26 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 125 (South Ruislip), DEC 21 1959, franked with 7¢ Silhouette airmail stamp (Scott C51), legal size envelope

APO 09125 (South Ruislip), JUN 27 1967, franked with 8¢ Jet Over Capitol airmail stamp (Scott C64), legal size envelope

APO 09127 (Mildenhall), MAR 27 1968, franked with 10¢ Andrew Jackson (Scott 1286), legal size envelope

APO 130 (Horsham), AUG 15 1944, APO 558 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 143 (Ringwood), JUL 6 1944, APO 696 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 148 (Kingston), MAY 11 1944, APO 230 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 152 (Sudbury), MAR 27 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 157 (Wantage), FEB 16 1944, APO 638 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 161 (Cottosmore), APR 13 1944, APO 133 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 163 (Kingswood Common), MAY 10 1944, APO 403 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 165 (Fairford), JUN 9 1944, APO 350 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 166 (Cinderford), MAY 1 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 173 (Probus), JUN 27 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 09179 (Suffolk), JUL 11 1967, franked with 8¢ Jet Over Capitol airmail booklet stamp (Scott C64), legal size envelope

APO 206 (Plymouth), AUG 28 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3

APO 257 (Tidworth), JUN 28 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 472 (Newbury), JAN 20 1944, legal size penalty envelope

APO 472 (Newbury), FEB 26 1944, APO 230 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored in red

APO 510 (Thatcham), JUN 11 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 511 (Taunton), JUN 14 1944, APO 149 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 511 (Taunton), SEP 27 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5, censored

APO 513 (Burton-on-Trent), OCT 29 1943), addressed to stamp dealer, censored

APO 515 (Chester), APR 10 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 516 (Newport), JUN 14 1944, addressed to stamp dealer

APO 517 (Watford), AUG 4, 1943, APO 887 postmark on reverse, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 527 (Elvendon), AUG 19 1943, APO 634 in return address, censored

APO 527 (Thurleigh), APR 7 1944, APO 557 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3

APO 551 (Haddon Hill), JUN 3 1944, APO 15190 in return address (unrecorded, probably a Transit APO used in

        anticipation of the Normandy invasion), 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 554 (Stowmarket), JAN 27 1944, APO 634 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 554 (Wattishan), FEB 12 1945, APO 557 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4, censored

APO 556 (Bassingbourne), JUN 12 1944, APO 637 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 556 (Bassingbourne), OCT 9 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored by sender

APO 558 (Bungay), FEB 23 1944, APO 634 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 559 (Burtonwood), FEB 23 1944, APO 635 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 560 (Braintree), MAY 11 1944, APO 149 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3

APO 562 (Lilford Hall), APR 26 1944, APO 557 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 564 (Watton), MAY 28 1945,APO 636 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4

APO 569 (Warton), JUL 23 1945, APO 635 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 578 (Sherbourne), FEB 26 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 582 (Warminster), MAY 30 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3

APO 582 (Warminster), JUN 3 1944, legal size penalty envelope

APO 586 (Wendling), JUN 1 1944, APO 658 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 587 (Knettishall), APR 8 1944, APO 559 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 587 (Knettishall), APR 17 1945, APO 559 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 589 (Boxted), AUG 21 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 591 (Bishopstrow), JUN 17 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored  scan

APO 592 (Three Abbots), JUN 23 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 595 (Middle Wallop), MAY 17 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6

APO 598 (Morley Hall), DEC 20 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC4  scan

APO 635 (Burtonwood), JUN 2 1945, 6¢ airmail envelope UC5

APO 636 (Honington), JUN 23 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC3, censored

APO 640 (Sutton Coldfield), NOV 15 1943, Soldier’s Letter envelope, censored

APO 644 (Sudbury), JUL 16 1943, APO 634 in return address, APO 887 transit postmark on reverse, 6¢ airmail envelope

        UC3, censored twice, once in red

APO 647 (Oxford), JUN 12 1944, APO 403 in return address, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 651 (Kidderminster), FEB 16 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored

APO 696 (Sunninghill), MAY 23 1944, legal size penalty envelope

APO 09755 (Bentwaters), MAR 12 1968, franked with 10¢ Star Runway airmail stamp from booklet (Scott C72)

APO 871 (Cheltenham Park), MAY 31 1944, 6¢ airmail envelope UC6, censored twice, once in red

APO 873 (Camp Houndstone), JUN 13 1944, APO 15178 in return address (unrecorded Transit APO), 6¢ airmail envelope

        UC6, censored

APO 874 (Litchfield), AUG 9 1943, APO 7077 in return address, franked with British 3d and 1/- stamps (Scott 263, 248),

        addressed to Canada, sealed with British P.C. 90 tape but no censor mark

APO 875 (Kettering), AUG 11 1942, franked with 6¢ Transport airmail stamp, censored in red

 

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