, bearing India 1865 8p. pair and 1868 8a., each with manuscript "40" and tied by very rare "BASSEIN/P.O./B/21" duplex (? showing "JA" error of month), the 8p. pair additionally tied by New Orleans transit c.d.s. in red, showing manuscript "1/1" in red and "2/CENTS" accountancy h.s.; the U5 slightly cut down at left, nevertheless a rare and most attractive franking. Only three other examples on cover are believed to exist. Photo" /> U5 1870 (Feb.) U5 to U.S.A., marked <I>"Via Southampton"</I>, bearing India 1865 8p. pair and 1868 8a., each with manuscript <I>"40"</I> and tied by very rare "BASSEIN/P.O./B/21" duplex (? showing "JA" error of month), the 8p. pair additionally tied by New Orleans transit c.d.s. in red, showing manuscript <I>"1/1"</I> in red and "2/CENTS" accountancy h.s.; the U5 slightly cut down at left, nevertheless a rare and most attractive franking. Only three other examples on cover are believed to exist. Photo | Christie's