d6" and, on reverse, framed "LIVERPOOL/SHIP"; the letter headed "Ship "Harmonia" Port Stanley East Falkland Island" includes ".... there are no regular mail communications between here and England, four months mails are now due ..... I send this by the barque "Witch of the Tyne" of Tynemouth, she has been here six weeks under repair, it is the only opportunity at present to send letters to England ...". Photo " /> cover 1862 (14 Oct.) entire letter (face panel a little aged) from James Barclay to William Beverley at a company of Sailmakers in Aberdeen, showing h.s. "<V>d6" and, on reverse, framed "LIVERPOOL/SHIP"; the letter headed<I> "Ship "Harmonia" Port Stanley East Falkland Island"</I> includes<I> ".... there are no regular mail communications between here and England, four months mails are now due ..... I send this by the barque "Witch of the Tyne" of Tynemouth, she has been here six weeks under repair, it is the only opportunity at present to send letters to England ..."</I>. Photo | Christie's