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Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
940 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Die Proofs. The following twenty-three lots are on gummed paper, 58x71mm. or 71x58mm. with nearly all showing guide crosses on one or more sides. £1 vignette in rose-red numbered "153". Photo
(Image1)
Est. £800-1,000

SOLD for £1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
941 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Die Proofs. The following twenty-three lots are on gummed paper, 58x71mm. or 71x58mm. with nearly all showing guide crosses on one or more sides. £1 Queen's portrait and rectangular background in black (colour smear) numbered "35" and showing faint impression of a further early portrait in double oval (as used for Barbados 1953 issue and others) with imprint below. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,400-1,600

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
942 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Die Proofs. The following twenty-three lots are on gummed paper, 58x71mm. or 71x58mm. with nearly all showing guide crosses on one or more sides. £1 complete design in rose-red and black numbered "152". Photo
(Image1)
Est. £2,000-2,500

SOLD for £4,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
943 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Imperforate Colour Trials. ½d. to £1, the fourteen values with each affixed to small piece. A very rare and most attractive set. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £3,500-4,000

SOLD for £6,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
944 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Imperforate Colour Trials. 1d. in emerald-green and brown on gummed wove paper; very fine. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £500.00
Will close during Public Auction
945 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Imperforate Colour Trials. 1d. in emerald-green and brown and 6d. (3) annotated "a", "b" and "c" , the frames in shades of turquoise-green, the vignettes in different colours, none close to that eventually chosen, all affixed to card (192x263mm.) with Bradbury, Wilkinson & Company Ltd. printed label pasted on at foot. A superb and unique group. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £1,500-1,800

SOLD for £1,500.00
Will close during Public Auction
946 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Issued Stamps. ½d. to £1 set of fourteen with each in blocks of four from the four corners of the sheet, the upper right blocks of each with sheet numbers including ½d. "007", 2d. "016", 6d. "014", 1/- "014", 2/- "028", 10/- "005" and £1 "003", fine unmounted mint. A scarce and impressive assembly. S.G. 78-91, £1,440+
(Image1)
Est. £500-600

SOLD for £1,600.00
Will close during Public Auction
947 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Issued Stamps. 1d. to £1 set of thirteen in imprint blocks, the 1d. in interpanneau block of eight, the 2d. to 5/- in blocks of four and the 10/- and £1 in blocks of six, fine unmounted mint. A most attractive group. S.G. 79-91, £454+
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

SOLD for £3,000.00
Will close during Public Auction
948 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Issued Stamps. The balance including a range of the ½d. and 1d. values in large blocks including some interpanneau multiples, 2d. (2), 3d. and 4½d. complete sheets, 2d. (2), 3d., 4d., 4½d., 6d. and 1/- (2) imprint blocks of four, 5/- corner block of eight with a little ink offset, 10/- block of four and 1954 2/6d. booklet (2, one exploded); fine unmounted mint; also 5/- strip of three and 10/- block of four used. A useful lot for the specialist. Cat. £650
(Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £450.00
Will close during Public Auction
949 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Aerogrammes. 6d. unused (8) and used (7, sito U.K. and one to Belgian Congo), various stock and watermarks, etc.; generally fine
(Image1)
Est. £60-80

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction
950 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Covers. 1953-54 selection (30, two with advertising for Gallo and for Philpott & Collins) to destinations including local, Canada, India, Kenya, Nyasaland, South Africa, U.K. and U.S.A., a variety of frankings from ½d. (wedding invitation) 1d. postcard to England underfranked 1d. and marked "ta2d", one to Exeter, U.S.A., incorrectly sent to England and upon arrival in U.S.A. bearing Postage Due 3c., 5c. and 10c., 3d. pair on K.G.VI aerogramme to U.S.A., 1/-, 2/- and 3/- to Kampala, 2/6d. to Australia and to U.S.A.
(Image1)
Est. £120-150

SOLD for £650.00
Will close during Public Auction
951 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Covers. 1953-54 registered selection (13) generally to South Africa or the U.K., seven being KGVI 4d. envelopes uprated with values to 1/- and one bearing 10/- alone, others include one from Madumabisa and one from Sinoia (returned as Unclaimed) both franked at 6d. An interesting and generally fine group
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £520.00
Will close during Public Auction
952 imageSouthern Rhodesia. 1953 Definitive Issue. Covers. 1953 (31 Aug.) first day covers (2) both bearing the set to £1, one from Bulawayo and locally addressed, the other on KGVI 4d. registered envelope from Shabani to Bloemfontein; very fine
(Image1)
Est. £80-100

SOLD for £70.00
Will close during Public Auction
South West Africa
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
953 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. ½d. (3, one cut "imperforate" at top and foot from a booklet pane), 1d. (2), 1½d. 2d., 2½d., 3d. black and orange-red, 4d., 6d. (two shades), 1/-, 2/6d., 5/- and 10/- blocks of four, all with complete datestamps including Gibeon, Kalkfeld (2), Kalkfontein on 2/6d., Omaruru and Windhoek on 5/- and 10/-; fine to very fine. S.G. Z2-15 group, £1,156+
(Image1)
Est. £400-500

SOLD for £700.00
Will close during Public Auction
954 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. ½d. (3), 1d. (2), 1½d. 2d., 2½d., 3d. black and orange-red, 4d. (marginal), 6d. (two shades), 1/-, 2/6d., 5/- and 10/- blocks of four, all with complete datestamps including Kalkfeld, Omaruru (two part strikes on 2/6d.), Usakos, and Windhoek on 5/- and 10/-; the 10/- left-hand vertical pair sharing a thin, otherwise fine to very fine. S.G. Z2-15 group, £1,156+
(Image1)
Est. £300-350

SOLD for £400.00
Will close during Public Auction
955 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. 1d., 2d. 2½d. (marginal), 6d. and 1/- blocks of four, 1d. (2), 1½d., 3d. (vertical) and 6d. (3, two vertical) blocks of six, 2½d. block of twelve (6x2) and two singles on piece, and 4d. vertical pairs (2) on piece, all with complete datestamps including Gibeon, Kalkfontein (2), Omaruru (3) and Otjiwarongo. S.G. Z2-11 group, £339+
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £170.00
Will close during Public Auction
956 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. 2½d. blue marginal block of twenty-four from the left of the sheet, each block of four neatly cancelled by centrally applied Windhoek 4 May 1921 datestamp. A scarce and impressive multiple
(Image1)
Est. £100-120

SOLD for £80.00
Will close during Public Auction
957 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. 3d. ultramarine block of four, neatly cancelled by centrally applied upright strike of the Keetmanshoop datestamp for 3 January 1923; small defect at foot of lower right-hand stamp though a rare and attractive multiple of this short-lived stamp. S.G. Z8, £400+. Photo
Note: The 3d. ultramarine was the last King's Head stamp issued in South West Africa. It was issued on 4 October 1922 and thus available for use for a very short period prior to invalidation of the unoverprinted issues on 31 January 1923 (Image1)
Est. £200-250

SOLD for £190.00
Will close during Public Auction
958 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. 1/3d. violet marginal block of sixteen (4x4) from the left of the sheet, each block of four neatly cancelled with centrally applied Windhoek datestamps; light ageing on reverse not affecting the superb appearance of this very rare and important multiple. S.G. Z12, £2,080+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £800-1,000

SOLD for £650.00
Will close during Public Auction
959 imageSouth West Africa. Stamps of South Africa Used in South West Africa. These were available up to 31 January 1923 when they ceased to be valid. On 17 December 1920 the League of Nations conferred a Mandate of Administration of the territory on His Britannic Majesty, to be carried out by the government in South Africa. The Mandate came into force on 1 January 1923, on which date the first South African stamps overprinted for use in the territory were issued. The Adhesives. 2/6d. purple and green block of si(3x2), twice cancelled by Windhoek 20 October 1919 datestamps; a rare and attractive multiple. S.G. Z13, £420+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £250-300

CLOSED
Will close during Public Auction

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