Garrison - Kingston

Located at Up Park Camp in central Kingston

 

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Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R1/31

3220.01
11.12.1956
18.8.1958

Reads: “GARRISON POST OFFICE / date / JAMAICA”, on three lines.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R1/31

3220.02
2.9.1959
16.6.1961

Reads: “GARRISON / POST OFFICE / date / JAMAICA”, on four lines.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R1/31

3220.03
10.11.1961
31.8.1967

Reads: “GARRISON POST OFFICE / date / UP PARK CAMP / KINGSTON. JAMAICA”, on four lines. “UP PARK CAMP” is well over to the left.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R1/31

3220.04
22.2.1962
1.10.1974

Reads as 3220.03 but with “UP PARK CAMP” better centered.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R1/31

3220.05
xx.3.1970
xx.xx.1977

Reads as 3220.04 but with lines 2 and 3 reversed.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R2/31

3220.06
1.2.1978
23.9.1982

Reads: “GARRISON POST OFFICE / UP PARK CAMP / date / KINGSTON JAMAICA”, with a double frame line. Dimensions spread with distortion due to use of black ink.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R2/31

3220.07
16.3.1981
21.4.1982

As 3220.06, but a much squarer die.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R2/31

3220.08
8.3.1982
22.9.1982

As 3220.07, but with more space between date and “KINGSTON JAMAICA”.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R2/31

3220.09
25.10.1982
21.12.1983

Date line reads: “DATE ______________ .” and is filled in with various date stamps. Known reused in March 1985.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R2/31

3220.10
12.4.1984
6.12.1984

Reads: “GARRISON / date / POST OFFICE”, on three lines. Frame distorted in shape as well as size with use.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R1/31

3220.11
1.4.1985
25.9.1989

Reads: “Garrison Post Office / JAMAICA DRFENCE FORCE / date / UP PARK CAMP / KINGSTON 5. JAMAICA”, in 5 lines. Single frame line. The “R” in DRFENCE was damaged in use to make it more like an “E”.

Temp. Rubber Handstamp. Type - R2/31

3220.12
19.4.1990
25.2.1991

Worded as type 3220.11 but neater and letters in upper case. Double frame line. “DEFENCE” reads correctly.