"per Cunard". showing manuscript "7", red "PD" in circle and London Paid (20.3), Calais entry d.s. and, on reverse, depatch and arrival (21.3) datestamps. A very rare example of the 10d. rate to France. Argenti recorded two such frankings to France and this is the third now known to exist. Photo" /> cover 1d. red-brown (just touch at top right), 3d. bright blue (touched or cut into on two sides) and 6d. deep green (corner fault), all cancelled by "H" in oval grids on 1860 (Mar.) envelope from Halifax to France, marked<I> "per Cunard"</I>. showing manuscript<I> "7"</I>, red "PD" in circle and London Paid (20.3), Calais entry d.s. and, on reverse, depatch and arrival (21.3) datestamps. A very rare example of the 10d. rate to France. Argenti recorded two such frankings to France and this is the third now known to exist. Photo | Christie's