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Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
760 imageNorthern Rhodesia. 1963 Arms 1d. violet with value omitted, fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 75a, £1,200. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £450-600

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
761 imageNorthern Rhodesia. 1963 Arms 3d. yellow with variety value and orange (Eagle) omitted, fresh unmounted mint. S.G. 78b, £250
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
Nyasaland
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
762 imageNyasaland. 1898 Setting II 1d. vermilion and deep ultramarine, unused without gum, as issued; shallow thin from previous hinge and, on the reverse, discreetly reinforced splits to the embossing. A scarce stamp mint and unpriced by Stanley Gibbons as such. S.G. 56. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £300-500

SOLD for £1,300.00
Will close during Public Auction
Papua
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
763 imagePapua. 1911-15 4d. die proof in black on thin glazed card (48x41mm.), fine. Believed to be the only known example. Photo
Provenance: Paul Simonson, March 1981 (Image1)
Est. £3,000-4,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
Pitcairn Islands
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
764 imagePitcairn Islands. 1940-51 ½d. to 2/6d. set of eight, each perforated "specimen", unmounted mint. S.G. 1s-8s, £1,400
(Image1)
Est. £500-700

SOLD for £550.00
Will close during Public Auction
Rhodesia
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
765 imageRhodesia. 1898-1908 Arms 1d. rose horizontal pair, variety imperforate between, fine used with 19 February 1902 datestamp thus proving it to being the rose shade. S.G. 77c, £950. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
Rhodesia and Nyasaland
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
766 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. 1954-55 Issue Coil Stamps. A collection comprising ½d. pairs (5, one with inking flaw at top), strips of four (4, one with each stamp showing missing horizontal perf. hole) and a coil leader strip of twelve and 1d. single, pair (2), strips of four (2) and coil leader strips of three (2), mint, ½d. pairs (2) and 1d. single used, many misperforated; a couple of the 1d. multiples a little toned though mainly unmounted mint. A generally fine and interesting group. Cat. £270+
(Image1)
Est. £150-200

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
767 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. 1954-55 Issue Coil Stamps. A selection of covers comprising ½d. pairs (2) and a strip of four, and a pair and a strip of four on two envelopes from Kitwe to Johannesburg, ½d. and 1d. pairs on envelope from Hillside to Pretoria, ½d. and 1d. (3) on envelope from Ndola to Kenya and 1d. on 1957 Royal Visit envelope to Kitwe, and 1959-62 ½d. and 1d. pairs on envelope from Mobile Post Office to Salisbury and strips of four on envelope from Blantyre to Cape Town, both philatelic, ½d. pairs (2) and a strip of four on cover from Kitwe to Johannesburg; also Central African Airways front bearing 1954-56 non-coil ½d., 1d. pair and 6d. with C.A.A. 6d. label and manuscript "To be collected at Terminal". An interesting and unusual group
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £100.00
Will close during Public Auction
768 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. 1959-62 Issue Coil Stamps. ½d. strip of four showing adjoining stamp at top misperforated and a strip of five, contrasting shades, 1d. carmine-red and black strips of three (2) and coil end strip of four, and 1d. rose-red and grey-black vertical pair with variety map omitted, fine unmounted mint. Photo for missing map pair
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
769 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. 1959-62 Issue Coil Stamps. 1d. carmine-red and grey-black strip of six, variety carmine-red (VHF mast and map) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 19ac, £1,200. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £520.00
Will close during Public Auction
770 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. 1959-62 Issue Coil Stamps. 1d. carmine-red and grey-black pair, variety carmine-red (VHF mast and map) omitted, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 19ac, £400. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £220-250

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction
771 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. Postage Stamps Used To Pay Postage Due. 1958 and 1959 envelopes ethe same correspondence to S. Smith at Salisbury, the first from Windhoek bearing 2d. with circular-framed "20/to pay" completed for "2d" and with ½d. block of four affixed over the original franking as the Postage Due, the second from Johannesburg bearing Gnu 1d. with machine datestamp and two "9d" tahandstamps, one left as struck, the other with the "9" over-cancelled with manuscript "6" and bearing 6d. applied as the Postage Due
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £270.00
Will close during Public Auction
772 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. Postage Stamps Used To Pay Postage Due. 1959 (date unclear) envelope from Lukulu? to Ndola bearing 1d., marked "T3d" in blue crayon and with 3d. used as a Postage Due, 1959 (19 May) envelope from Avondale to Ndola bearing ½d., marked "T1d" in blue ink and with 1d. used as a Postage Due, and 1959 (13 Aug.) envelope from Queque to Salisbury bearing 2½d., marked "1d" in red crayon and with 1d. used as a Postage Due, a further arrival datestamp and office senders handstamp on reverse
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £180.00
Will close during Public Auction
773 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. Postage Stamps Used To Pay Postage Due. 1959 envelopes (3) ethe same correspondence to S. Smith in Salisbury, the first (Oct.) from Swartklip unfranked and with manuscript "T6d" in pencil and bearing 1959 6d. as the Postage Due, the second (Nov.) from Misgund East bearing Rhino 3d. and with circular-framed "t/2d" alongside 1959 1d. marginal pair, the third (Dec.) from Pretoria with SANAE 3d. and with circular-framed "t/2d" alongside 1959 2d.
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £180.00
Will close during Public Auction
774 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. Postage Stamps Used To Pay Postage Due. 1960 (Sept.) unfranked envelope from Bulawayo to Gwelo, showing manuscript "T6d" and bearing 1960 Kariba Dam 6d. applied as the Postage Due, a further different size arrival datestamp on reverse. A rare use of a commemorative stamp to pay the Postage Due. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £280-300

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
775 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. 1956-59 Provisional Postage Dues. Much has been written about these interesting stamps over the years, most recently by Otto Peetoom in his magazine "The Rhodesian Philatelist". Potential buyers may care to look at issues 3, 26, 29, 36 and 41 for an in depth analysis of these stamps. 1d. blue strip of three handstamped in violet, numbered in pencil "103" to "105" and each handstamped "b&k" in violet, fine unmounted mint and a scarce multiple. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £800-900

SOLD for £750.00
Will close during Public Auction
776 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. 1956-59 Provisional Postage Dues. Much has been written about these interesting stamps over the years, most recently by Otto Peetoom in his magazine "The Rhodesian Philatelist". Potential buyers may care to look at issues 3, 26, 29, 36 and 41 for an in depth analysis of these stamps. 1d. blue handstamped in violet, numbered "37" in pencil and handstamped "b&k" in violet, fine unmounted mint. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £300-400

SOLD for £260.00
Will close during Public Auction
777 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. 1956-59 Provisional Postage Dues. Much has been written about these interesting stamps over the years, most recently by Otto Peetoom in his magazine "The Rhodesian Philatelist". Potential buyers may care to look at issues 3, 26, 29, 36 and 41 for an in depth analysis of these stamps. 1d. blue handstamped in violet, cancelled and tied by part Delivery Room Salisbury datestamp (July 1959) on piece; fine and rare. B.P.A. Certificate (1976). Photo
Note: Illustrated on the back page of "The Rhodesian Philatelist", No. 36, April 2015. . provenance:. Larson, Victoria Stamp Company, June 2006 (Image1)
Est. £1,800-2,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
778 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. 1956-59 Provisional Postage Dues, Covers. Much has been written about these interesting stamps over the years, most recently by Otto Peetoom in his magazine "The Rhodesian Philatelist". Potential buyers may care to look at issues 3, 26, 29, 36 and 41 for an in depth analysis of these stamps. 1956 (5 Dec.) window envelope from Bulawayo bearing 1d. blue cancelled by machine datestamp, upon arrival bearing 1d. blue handstamped with "postage due" in violet measuring 23mm. and tied by "cancelled" handstamp in black. A most unusual item that is offered on it's merits. Also 1d. (2) and 2d. mint, 1d. and 2d. "used" with forged overprints. Photo
Note: The cover has a manuscript "415" at the lower left corner which has been confirmed by Henk De Lange as being from a Stephan Welz sale on 4 February 1987. It was described at that time as being a forgery along with the loose values offered above. All illustrated on page 442 or back cover of "The Rhodesian Philatelist" No. 26 (Image1)
Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
779 imageRhodesia and Nyasaland. Postage Due Stamps and Their Usages. 1956-59 Provisional Postage Dues, Covers. Much has been written about these interesting stamps over the years, most recently by Otto Peetoom in his magazine "The Rhodesian Philatelist". Potential buyers may care to look at issues 3, 26, 29, 36 and 41 for an in depth analysis of these stamps. 1957 (23 Dec.) envelope marked "air mail from Welkom to Belvedere, Salisbury franked with Zebra 2d. cancelled with machine datestamp, showing circular-framed "t/2d" handstamp alongside Mabelreign datestamp (27.12) and bearing 2d. bright green handstamped "postage due" 27½x3mm. in violet from lower left to top right and cancelled by what may be a further Mabelreign datestamp and believed not to be a Delivery Room datestamp; the reverse with a couple of tears through over-zealous opening during the Christmas period, and with some edge faults, however considered to be the sole example of the 2d. value known on cover. Photo
Note: Illustrated on page 36 of "The Rhodesian Philatelist", No. 3. . provenance:. Harmers, January 1966 (Image1)
Est. £18,000-20,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction

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