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Foreign and Colonial Post Warrants 1921-29

These Warrants were in the form of Statutory Rules and Orders.

The text in the "Description" column is intended as a general summary of what the Warrant is about, in the manner of the "explanatory notes" officially added to later Warrants.

Date Warrant Description
1922
(1 Jan)

Foreign and Colonial Post Warrant 1921 (link)

The Warrant updates the regulations relating to overseas post and the British Postal Agencies.

1922
(29 May)

Foreign and Colonial Post Amendment (No. 1) Warrant 1922 (link)

New rates for letters to the Empire and the USA.

Late-posted halfpenny packets may be detained until the following day.

1922
(1 Nov)

Foreign and Colonial Post Amendment (No. 2) Warrant 1922 (link)

Bulk posting of magazines for Canada and Newfoundland.

1923
(14 May)

Foreign and Colonial Post Amendment (No. 3) Warrant 1923 (link)

New rates for overseas letters.

Changes in wording to reflect the formation of the Irish Free State.

1924
(1 Jan)

Foreign and Colonial Post Amendment (No. 4) Warrant 1923 (link)

Bulk posting of printed packets.

1924
(1 Apr)

Foreign and Colonial Post Amendment (No. 5) Warrant 1924 (link)

Introduction of the Haifa-Baghdad overland mail service.

1925
(1 Oct)

Foreign and Colonial Post Warrant 1925 (link)

The Warrant updates the regulations relating to overseas post and the British Postal Agencies.