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South West Africa - The Issued Stamps continued...
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
999 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (1 Jan.-17 June) Setting I. Internal Mail. 1924 (28 Jan.) envelope from Luderitz addressed locally and bearing 1d. rose-red with neat datestamp and underpaid by 1d., showing framed "t." handstamp and bearing, at lower left corner, Postage Due 1923 (Jan.-July) Setting III South Africa Pretoria printing rouletted 1d. black and rose horizontal pair cancelled by 30mm. datestamp (29.1); vertical crease at centre away from the adhesives. Rare. S.G. D16. Photo
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Est. £300-350


Will close during Public Auction
1000 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (1 Jan.-17 June) Setting I. External Mail. 1923-25 covers (5) comprising 1923 (Jan.) OHMS (217x102mm.) registered from Windhoek to Transvaal bearing 3d. pair, (Sept.) 1d. envelope, uprated with ½d. block of four, from Keetmanshoop to Germany, (Oct.) registered from Luderitz to England bearing 6d., 1924 (May) Wilson registered from Windhoek with 4d. pair, and 1925 (Jan.) registered from Omaruru to U.S.A. bearing ½d., 2d. and 6d. with converted German datestamp. An attractive group
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Est. £300-350


Will close during Public Auction
1001 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (1 Jan.-17 June) Setting I. External Mail. 1923 (Apr.) pair of OHMS envelopes registered from the Posts and Telegraphs Department at Windhoek and uprated with adhesives as postage had to be paid for OHMS letters leaving the country, one to Kimberley with 1d. and 2d. pairs, the other to New York bearing ½d., 1d. (2) and 2d. pairs, all neatly cancelled; a scarce and attractive pair
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Est. £250-300


Will close during Public Auction
1002 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (1 Jan.-17 June) Setting I. External Mail. 1923 (7 June) OHMS envelope registered from the Postmasters Office at Windhoek to Transvaal and uprated with adhesives as postage had to be paid for OHMS letters leaving the country, bearing 1d. vertical pair with overprints misplaced 7mm. to left and marginal 4d. sharing single neat datestamp, registration handstamp at left and "postmasters office/windhoek" oval rubber datestamp in blue and lower left, despatch and arrival datestamps on reverse; scarce and attractive
(Image1)
Est. £150-200


Will close during Public Auction
1003 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (31 Mar.) Setting II. 5/-, 10/- and £1 horizontal pairs, fresh mint; 5/- centred to right. A scarce trio. S.G. 13-15, £1,660. Photo
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Est. £500-600


Will close during Public Auction
1004 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (31 Mar.) Setting II. 5/- purple and blue, 10/- blue and olive-green and £1 green and red, each in horizontal pair, large part original gum, fine. S.G. 13-15, £1,500. Photo
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Est. £500-600


Will close during Public Auction
1005 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (31 Mar.) Setting II. 5/- purple and blue marginal block of four, fresh lightly mounted mint. S.G. 13, £320
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Est. £140-180


Will close during Public Auction
1006 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (31 Mar.) Setting II. 5/- purple and blue marginal horizontal pair from the left of the sheet, the left-hand stamp with variety "Afrika" without stop, fresh mint and apparently unmounted; margin detached. Scarce. Brandon Certificate (2003). S.G. 13a, £1,200. Photo
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Est. £500-600


Will close during Public Auction
1007 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. ½d. to £1 set of twelve in horizontal pairs; fine with large part original gum. S.G. 16-27, £650
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Est. £250-350


Will close during Public Auction
1008 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. 1d. to £1 set of eleven horizontal pairs, mint; the £1 a fraction toned and the right-hand stamp with a vertical crease. S.G. 17-27, £647
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Est. £120-150


Will close during Public Auction
1009 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. 1d., 3d. (2), 6d., 1/-, 1/3d. (two shades) and 5/- blocks of four, all neatly cancelled with single or multiple strikes of datestamps, one 3d. with scarce Aris single strike and the other with complete or large part Rehoboth Railway converted Richthofen type, and £1 vertical strip of three in intense colours; generally fine. S.G. 17, 19, 21-23, 25, 27, £922+
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Est. £250-300


Will close during Public Auction
1010 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. 1d. interpanneau block of eight (4x2 with overprint shifted a little to left) and Plate 7 block of four, 2d. corner block of four with interpanneau margin and a horizontal pair in a deep shade, 3d. corner pairs (2) with Plate 1 and upper left corner block of four with interpanneau margin at top, 4d. corner pair with Plate 1 and a marginal block of four, 6d. marginal block of four, 1/- corner blocks of four (two shades) with interpanneau margins, 1/3d. corner block of four and a corner pair both with Plate 1, 5/- block of four and £1 lower right corner block of four (tear in margin at foot) with interpanneau margin at right, fresh mint with some, including the 5/- and £1 (stamps) unmounted. S.G. 17-27 group, £1,085. Photo for £1
(Image1)
Est. £300-400


Will close during Public Auction
1011 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. 2d. dull purple block of four, variety overprint double, fresh mint with the lower pair (production bends) unmounted. A rare multiple. Brandon Certificate (2005). S.G. 18a, £2,000. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £600-700

Currently... £480.00
Will close during Public Auction
1012 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. £1 green and red block of four, neatly cancelled with two part/large part 1925 datestamps; lower pair with a couple of small imperfections, otherwise of fine appearance and scarce. S.G. 27, £950+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250


Will close during Public Auction
1013 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. £1 green and red horizontal pair used with crisp part 'windhoek' double-ring datestamp, fine. S.G. 27, £475. Photo
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Est. £180-220


Will close during Public Auction
1014 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting III, Bold Lettering. Covers. 1924 (1 Jan.) envelope registered from Windhoek to Germany bearing 3d. and 4d., (14 Apr.) envelope from Usakos to Windhoek bearing 1d. vertical pair, (28 Apr.) 4d. G size registered envelope, uprated with 3d., from Luderitz to Germany cancelled with modified lopsided datestamp, and (May) 1d. red wrapper, uprated with ½d. pair, a single and 3d. vertical pair, registered to Germany
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Est. £120-150


Will close during Public Auction
1015 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. ½d. to £1 set of twelve horizontal pairs, lightly mounted mint; 2/6d. a little toned, otherwise fresh and fine. S.G. 16-27, £650
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Est. £150-200


Will close during Public Auction
1016 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. ½d. interpanneau blocks of four (2), Plate 5 corner pair (the right-hand stamp with "t" of "West" largely failing to print) and Plate 7 corner block of four, 1d. Plate 7 corner pair, 2d. Plate 2 corner block of four and a pair, 3d. Plate 1 corner pair and a marginal block of six, 4d. block of four with interpanneau margin at left, 6d. pale shade pair, 1/- Plate 1 corner block of four and a corner pair, and a block of twelve (6x2) with margins at both sides, 1/3d. marginal block of twelve (6x2), 2/6d. Plate 1 lower right corner block of four, 5/- purple and blue Plate 1 upper left corner pair, 5/- claret and "electric" blue lower left corner block of four with interpanneau margin at foot and a horizontal pair and 10/- upper right corner block of four with interpanneau margin at right; mint and generally fine. S.G. 16-26, £1,200+
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Est. £300-400


Will close during Public Auction
1017 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. ½d. block of eight (scarce) with two Warmbad datestamps, 4d. block of four on piece with Windhoek M.O.S.B. (Mobile Office Savings Bank) centrally applied datestamp (rare before 1937), 1/- block of four with Kub datestamps, 1/3d. blocks of four (2) with Gobabis and Luderitz datestamps, 2/6d. (two shades, one on small piece) blocks of four with light Keetmanshoop and Windhoek datestamps and 5/- block of four with two part Okahanja datestamps. S.G. 16-25 group, £1,136
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Est. £300-350


Will close during Public Auction
1018 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. ½d. green horizontal pair, the left-hand stamp variety "outh" for "South" (merest trace at right), fresh and very lightly mounted mint. Rare. S.G. 16a, £2,250. Photo
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Est. £500-600

Currently... £400.00
Will close during Public Auction

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