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India Disaster Mail: 1862 Saved from the wreck of the Columbo boxed cachet on mourning cover originating from India addressed to London. Stamps washed off as is normal with ship wreck mails.
In November 1862, the P&O Steamer Colombo, whilst on a voyage between Australia and England, struck on Minicoy Island, the most southern of the Laccadives, a group of islands in the Indian Ocean three hundred miles due west of the southern tip of India
Provenance: Glenn Reed, Chairman, ISC

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Type: Cover

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