1878 cover from SEA PLAIN NJ to Snaith, Yorkshire, England.
Prepaid 5c with 2c & 3c adhesives cancelled with killer.
Circular date stamp of SEA PLAIN / SEP 6 / N.J. Year identified by backstamp of SELBY, SP 17 78.
The name of Sea Plain was changed to Lake Como and is now Spring Lake Heights.
Sea Plain (Monmouth County) is also listed as a post village on the ocean and on the Central Railroad of New Jersey, between Ocean Beach and Spring Lake; it is mainly a private summer resort consisting of handsome villas and mansions. Population, 248. (no date given but must be in 1880s)
addressed to Mrs J Arthur Barratt, Snaith, Yorkshire