, bearing 1a. red Die I (2, both touched or slightly cut-into on one or two sides) tied by diamond of dots and crossed by manuscript "Stamped", showing manuscript "Registered" in red ink at left and, on reverse, framed "SINGAPORE/Paid" d.s. in red without dividing lines and with manuscript date inserted (the only recorded example) and Calcutta Ship Letter transit d.s. A rare and desirable franking. Photo" /> cover 1855 (30 July) envelope (opened-out for display) registered to Secunderabad, marked<I> "Per steamer via Calcutta"</I>, bearing 1a. red Die I (2, both touched or slightly cut-into on one or two sides) tied by diamond of dots and crossed by manuscript<I> "Stamped"</I>, showing manuscript<I> "Registered"</I> in red ink at left and, on reverse, framed "SINGAPORE/<I>Paid"</I> d.s. in red without dividing lines and with manuscript date inserted (the only recorded example) and Calcutta Ship Letter transit d.s. A rare and desirable franking. Photo | Christie's