"8/-" rate mark, reverse bears a good strike of the unusual Glover & Co forwarding agent's cachet, despatch c.d.s. in blue and transit via Hong Kong; slightly reduced at left and a little soiled to be expected from such a heavy letter, nevertheless a remarkable cover. Photo" /> cover 1866 (12 June) sextuple rate envelope to France bearing 6c. lilac (2) and 30c. vermilion (6) tied by "B62" barred ovals, also "P.P." and boxed "PD" in red and<I> "8/-"</I> rate mark, reverse bears a good strike of the unusual Glover & Co forwarding agent's cachet, despatch c.d.s. in blue and transit via Hong Kong; slightly reduced at left and a little soiled to be expected from such a heavy letter, nevertheless a remarkable cover. Photo | Christie's