1840 a 1d black issue from plate 4 lettered E. On a hand-illustrated wrapper addressed to Chelmsford from London being tied by a red Maltese cross and dated on reverse for 28 SE 1840. The letter is from a correspondence from George Cowell, manager of the Albion Brewery in Stoke Newington to his brother Josiah, who occupied the same position at the Well & Perry Brewery in Chelmsford. This rare illustrated letter in pen and ink contains a hilarious treatise concerning zoological opinions on The inside of a Fly and bears some very fine illustrations, which graphically open a window on Early Victorian London. At the moment, please check out my other listings. We also accept cashier cheques and personal cheques drawn on a U. Bank, and, with prior agreement only, we will accept cheques drawn on non-UK accounts. Cheques should be made out to “Scotia Philately Ltd” and sent to the following address – Scotia Philately Ltd. Box 279, Hampton Court, East Molesey, Surrey KT8Y 9WR, U. The above prices include packaging in special board backed envelopes and are for sendings up to 100 grams. Heavier packages are charged pro rata at cost. The item “SUPERB illustrated 18401d black pl 4 on entire Albion Brewery in Stoke Newington” is in sale since Friday, November 22, 2013. This item is in the category “Stamps\Great Britain\Covers\Victoria (1840-1901)”. The seller is “colinharding” and is located in Oakhanger. This item can be shipped worldwide.