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Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
900 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. 1938-52 range of covers (13) and a card franked with single values at ½d. from Heany Camp, 1½d. (2, one with framed "posted late" handstamp), 9d. (5 including the card), 1/- (5), 2/- and 2/6d.; also covers to Canada and New Zealand both franked at 2/-, Germany franked at 1/9d. and Holland franked at 11d.
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Est. £250-300

SOLD for £200.00
Will close during Public Auction
901 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. 1938-51 envelopes (7), all registered, comprising 1938 from Bulawayo at 5½d., 1938 (229x103mm.) from the District Postmaster's Office at Salisbury bearing 10d., 1947 from Salisbury bearing 8d., 9d. and 10d., 1947 4d. G size envelope, uprated with 9d., from Salisbury, 1949 (2) from Plumtree with black on red registration labels and bearing 8d. or 10d. blocks of four, and 1951 4d. G size envelope, uprated with 1/-, from Marandellas
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Est. £150-200

SOLD for £120.00
Will close during Public Auction
902 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. 1946 (13 Dec.) OHMS envelope (289x177mm,.) from the Central African Council in Salisbury to The Editor of "East Africa and Rhodesia" in London, showing sender's oval datestamp in violet and bearing 5/- blue and blue-green horizontal pair with double-ring datestamp; envelope with tear at foot and a few minor edge faults though a very rare franking
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Est. £150-200

SOLD for £300.00
Will close during Public Auction
903 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. Undated Customs label, affixed to part linen wrapper, from Gwelo for a parcel weighing 9lb. 12oz. containing various luxuries including a Christmas pudding sent during the rationing period, bearing 8d., 2/- pair and 5/- pair cancelled with indistinct double-ring datestamps. A very rare franking. Photo
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Est. £250-300

SOLD for £260.00
Will close during Public Auction
904 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 States of America. 1938-51 envelopes (11) including one from Umtali bearing complete set and Large Falls 2d., others with single value frankings of ½d. with neat Bulawayo machine datestamp, 9d. (both registered, one 228x102mm. from the Salisbury G.P.O.), 1/-, 1/6d., 2/- (2) and 2/6d. with Large Falls 3d., the other two with 1/- pair and 1/- with 2/6d. and Large Falls 3d.
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Est. £200-250

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
905 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, Censored. 1940-44 envelopes (8) mostly from Bulawayo and comprising items to Canada at 3d., Holland at 1/6d., Switzerland registered at 6d. from Marandellas and one via Egypt with their label and handstamp at 1/6d., and from U.S.A. at 3d. (2, one with large "passed by censor" in violet), 2/- with small "passed by censor" and 3/9d., the first and last of these and one from Switzerland with red U.K. censor label and Crown handstamps
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Est. £200-250

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
906 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1938-53 Large Falls issue selection of envelopes (12), five bearing 2d. with two on 4d. registered envelopes from Marula and Penhalonga and one with framed "posted late", seven bearing 3d., one to Germany uprated with 8d., the other sicensored with four to USA, one to New Zealand mailed on V.E. Day with Deputy Provost Marshall L.E. Creasy cachet on reverse, one to Switzerland and one (airmail letter card) cancelled with F.P.O. 90 datestamp from Eritrea to Bulawayo; also parcel tag bearing 3d. (3) from "Rietvlei" Burgwe and two Share Certificates each bearing 3d. An interesting lot
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Est. £200-250

SOLD for £320.00
Will close during Public Auction
907 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Photographic Essays Prepared by De La Rue. ½d. to 1/- set of eight with themes and, in most cases designs, not dissimilar to the issued stamps printed by Waterlow & Sons Ltd., each on photo paper (50x40 or 40x50mm.). A rare and attractive set. Photo
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Est. £1,000-1,200

SOLD for £1,900.00
Will close during Public Auction
908 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Photographic Essays Prepared by De La Rue. 1/- in a slightly different design to that offered in the set, showing the two monarchs facing one another and in a lighter and more detailed print with a different frame, value tablet, etc., inset on thick card (140x127mm.) affixed to piece of black card (160x215mm.) inscribed "De La Rue at foot. Possibly unique. Photo
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Est. £600-800

SOLD for £850.00
Will close during Public Auction
909 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Die Proof. 1/- King George VI portrait in a design very similar to that used though slightly larger and showing more details from the neck down, in blue in oval surround on wove paper (26x30mm.) affixed to thin card (52x56mm.). Highly attractive and very rare. Photo
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Est. £800-1,000

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
910 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Printer's File Proofs. ½d. to 1/- set of eight vignettes and set of complete designs, all in imperforate marginal blocks of four with the complete design blocks with imprint, and the set of eight in perforated pairs, a couple of the ½d. and 1d. values showing red ink marks for corrections, the 3d. initialled and dated "16/402/39", the 6d. marked "Colour OK", initialled and dated "28.3.40" and the 1/- marked "Casent Colou(r), each proof with a 4mm. hole puncture. A rare and impressive group
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Est. £1,000-1,200

SOLD for £1,200.00
Will close during Public Auction
911 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Issued Stamps. ½d. to 1/- mint collection, comprising the set of eight in imprint blocks of four less 4d. though with additional 1d., blocks of four from the four corners of the sheets less the two lower 6d. ones, 1d. block of eight (2x4) with sheet number "48", R. 4/6 showing "Q" for "o" in "rhodesia", 1½d. lower left corner block of four, R.6/1 with recut shirt collar (and a used single), 3d. upper right corner block of eighteen (6x3), R. 2/4 with "smoke signal" and 6d. lower left corner block of fifteen (5x3); fine unmounted mint. S.G. 53-60, £460
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Est. £180-200

SOLD for £140.00
Will close during Public Auction
912 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Issued Stamps. ½d. to 1/- set of eight each in a complete sheet of sixty, 1d. R. 4/6 showing "Q" for "o" in "rhodesia", 1½d. R. 6/1 showing recut shirt collar and 3d. showing R. 2/4 "smoke signal" and R.6/6 "cave" flaw, fine unmounted mint. S.G. 53-60, £878+
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Est. £320-350

SOLD for £300.00
Will close during Public Auction
913 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Issued Stamps. 1½d. Rhodes, variety "confetti" flaw over left side of country name, fine mint. Most unusual. Photo
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Est. £100-120

SOLD for £140.00
Will close during Public Auction
914 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Issued Stamps. 4d. Victoria Falls Bridge green and yellow-brown shade marginal block of four with imprint and upper right corner block of four with sheet number "139", and offered with similar blocks of the normal shade for comparison; fine unmounted mint. A unique pair of positional multiples from the only sheet known of this distinctive shade
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Est. £400-500

SOLD for £1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
915 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Covers. A selection of censored covers (17), variously franked and to Canada (4), England, Ireland, Newfoundland, Palestine, Portugal and U.S.A. (8), several with plain labels handstamped "opened by censor" handstamp in rose or violet (one additionally with Irish bi-lingual handstamp), a few with U.K. labels and Crown handstamps, two with South African labels and two with "passed by censor" handstamps; also Jubilee Celebrations marginal mint pair of labels and two later commemorative items. A fine and interesting lot
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Est. £300-350

SOLD for £240.00
Will close during Public Auction
916 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Covers. A selection (17) bearing values to 6d., sisent within Rhodesia with two registered, one with National War Fund label and one from Salisbury, addressed locally and not able to be addressed, showing "undelivered for/reason stated/return to sender" and "unclaimed./advertised." handstamps, three to South Africa franked at 1½d., and eight to the U.K., one registered, two with corner adverts, one with AFRAF logo from Heany Camp and one with British Navy label; also 1d. (2) on Q.Q. Mines cheque and 3d. (3) on parcel label from Bulawayo to Salisbury. An interesting lot
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Est. £150-200

SOLD for £150.00
Will close during Public Auction
917 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Covers. A group of four first day covers with sets of eight, envelopes c. 210-228x100x155mm. with three illustrated, one inscribed "50 years of progress", one with large elephant at left, and one of the Philatelic Society of Rhodesia with map, the last two registered from Bulawayo with one to U.S.A. and one registered from Victoria Falls to Fish Hoek. An attractive quartet
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Est. £80-100

SOLD for £60.00
Will close during Public Auction
918 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1940 (3 June) British South Africa Company's Golden Jubilee. Covers. 1940-41 censored envelopes to Canada and U.S.A. (5, two registered from Gokwe and Selukwe, both with plain label handstamped "opened by censor." and one unfranked at 1d. with manuscript "T4d" in pencil, on postage due apparently charges), all showing triangular-framed "passed by/censor/s. rhodesia" in rose with numbers 1 (3) and 8, and in violet with numbers 6 and 8. A scarce group
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Est. £150-200

SOLD for £120.00
Will close during Public Auction
919 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1943-51 Large Falls issue selection of envelopes with firms corner adverts, five to South Africa or the U.K. bearing 2d. and with adverts for The African Lumber Co., Herring & Bostwick Ltd., Premier Woodworking Co. Ltd., Smart & Copley Ltd. and E.W. Tarry & Co. Ltd., and one from O.K. Bazaars Ltd. at Salisbury to U.S.A. bearing 3d. and with censor label and censor cachet
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Est. £200-250

SOLD for £160.00
Will close during Public Auction

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