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Eunice and Ron Shanahan have shared with readers of the Victorian Web this material from their website, Letters from the Past. Click on thumbnails for larger images.
These postmarks are really interesting. There are 5 on the front and one on the back. The first one is Banbury SE06 1855..The manuscript charge of 1/- is in bright red ink would have been applied in Banbury. This was the outgoing ship letter rate for a letter to New York.
This postmark is on the back and is a London morning duty 7 SE 1855.
The Stutterd letter information
Image of the Stutterd letter