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Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
880 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. 1/6d. black and orange-yellow selection of the misplaced vignettes, comprising to top (3, one marginal) and to foot (2), mint (one unmounted), and to foot (2) used, various positions. A fine group
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
881 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Issued Stamps. 2/- black and brown (2) and 2/6d. ultramarine and purple used and 5/- blue and blue-green mint, all with vignettes set towards foot, 2/6d. ultramarine and purple horizontal mint pair (some hinge remainders) with vignettes set towards top; also 2/- black and brown marginal strip of three with part imprint, all three with small brown dots above King's head, unmounted mint
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
882 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Printer's File Stamps. ½d. to 5/- and frames of the 1/- to 5/-, all in gummed imperforate marginal blocks of four with a few having ink marks for corrections and each stamp having one punch hole or additionally with a central punch hole at the centre of the block
(Image1)
Est. £800-1,000

SOLD for £1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
883 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Printer's File Stamps. 4d. to 5/- all in gummed perforated marginal or corner blocks of four, each stamp with a punch hole in differing sizes, fresh without gum
(Image1)
Est. £450-500

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
884 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Printer's File Stamps. 10d. purple imperforate and perforated marginal blocks of four from the right of the sheet, [29-40], both [40] showing variety dart in ear, both gummed and fine
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
885 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. ½d. red, numbered "s.t. 1818." and affixed to a piece from a sample book page. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £600.00
Will close during Public Auction
886 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 1d. orange. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £450-500

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
887 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 1½d. green numbered "s.t. 1820." and affixed to a piece from a sample book page. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £450-500

SOLD for £600.00
Will close during Public Auction
888 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 1½d. green. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £450-500

SOLD for £900.00
Will close during Public Auction
889 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 4d. blue in "die proof" form, unoverprinted, unissued colour and believed unique. Lovely. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £700-800

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
890 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 6d. lilac in "die proof" form, unoverprinted, unissued colour and believed unique. Lovely. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £700-800

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
891 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 6d. deep brown, unissued colour and believed unique. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £950.00
Will close during Public Auction
892 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Waterlow Sample Stamps. The following eight lots are all imperforate and overprinted "waterlow & sons ltd./specimen" unless otherwise stated. 6d. deep brown and Revenue 7/6d. magenta, both perforated 12½ and with a small punch hole
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction
893 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers, Inland Mail/South Africa. A selection of covers (13, three being window types) and a card bearing a selection of values to 4d., three with printed adverts, the card (Shell advert on reverse) from Umtali to Inyazura and returned with arrival datestamp on face, one with Gatooma "Centre of the Gold Mining Industry" label on face, one bearing 1d. from Sauerstownship, one with "Save your Envelopes V" label showing framed "posted late" handstamp, and one from Shabani to Port Elizabeth franked at 8d.; also two parcel labels, one from Bulawayo to Salisbury bearing 1d. pair and 1½d. strip of four and one from Shabani to Port Elizabeth bearing 1d. (2) and Large Falls 2d. (3)
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £380.00
Will close during Public Auction
894 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers, Inland Mail/South Africa. 1938 (14 Oct.) envelope from Gwanda "By Runner" (deleted), replaced with typed "By Cyclist", to Tuli, bearing 1d. with double-ring datestamp and with arrival datestamp (22.10) on face with a further strike on reverse. Scarce
Note: Even at this time mails were still carried by cyclists and runners in all three territories. This cover was carried by cyclist messenger, on rail from to the Police Post at Tuli, taking two days. The cover had to wait until the Police Officer returned from an urgent patrol before it received a datestamp of receipt. See RSCJ 159, December 1991 (Image1)
Est. £180-200

SOLD for £450.00
Will close during Public Auction
895 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers, Inland Mail/South Africa. 1939 (Apr.) envelope registered and addressed to Gwelo, bearing 1d. (6) cancelled and tied by four Shangani datestamps (11.4), pink registration label at foot with manuscript "greystone", Shangani and unknown Registered datestamps on reverse; the reverse torn across through opening. It is believed that the cover was posted at Greystone where the datestamp was either damaged or not in use and was carried to Shangani where it was put into the postal system
(Image1)
Est. £180-200

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
896 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers, Inland Mail/South Africa. 1942 envelopes (2) ethe same correspondence from Plumtree and addressed locally, the first (7 July) bearing ½d. "heart of the sheet" block of four with large cross, the second (10 Dec.) bearing 1d. interpanneau block of four with imprint, both neatly cancelled with double-ring datestamp. A scarce pair
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £130.00
Will close during Public Auction
897 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers, Inland Mail/South Africa. 1946 (Oct.) envelope (226x103mm.) registered from Salisbury to Mazoe at 5d., manuscript "Unclaimed" and returned to Mazoe with arrival datestamp (29.11) on face, 1949 (May) envelope (230x103mm.) registered from Dadaya with black on red registration label and bearing 1d. block of siwith Gwelo Registration datestamps, and 1953 envelope registered from Lochnivar to Causeway bearing black on red registration label and 1½d. (4) cancelled with double-ring datestamps; also 1953 Royal Visit envelopes registered to Causeway and Salisbury bearing 1d. block of siand 5/- with Crowned datestamps
(Image1)
Est. £150-200

SOLD for £170.00
Will close during Public Auction
898 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers to Denmark. 1938 (20 Dec.) envelope from Arcturus to Copenhagen bearing 1d. (3) and with double-ring datestamps, 1940 (Mar.) envelope from Gatooma to Randers bearing 1d. (3) with double-ring datestamps and showing "postal service suspended/return to sender" cachet in violet, censor cachet and Salisbury Returned Letter Branch datestamp (17.6) on reverse and 1953 envelope to Charlottenlund bearing 1½d. pair, 4d. and 8d. sharing Bulawayo 1953 Exhibition machine datestamp. An attractive and unusual trio
(Image1)
Est. £150-200

SOLD for £120.00
Will close during Public Auction
899 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1937 King George VI Definitive Issue. Prospective buyers are referred to the Rhodesia Study Circle Memoir 21 "The KGVI Postage and Revenue Definitives of Southern Rhodesia" by George Stewart, FRPSL and Colin Hoffman RDPSA, FRPSL which contains a wealth of fascinating information on this attractive issue. Covers to The United Kingdom. 1937 (25 Nov.) quartet of first day covers, one registered from Headlands to London bearing ½d. to 1/- with small double-ring datestamp, despatch, Salisbury and arrival (6.12) datestamps, the other three being Selfridge types registered from Salisbury to London and bearing, between them, a set less 1d. and 6d. values, neatly cancelled with large double-ring datestamps with further strikes on reverse, also one (280x126mm.) registered from Bulawayo addressed locally with 1d. pair, 8d., 9d., 10d. and 1/-
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction

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