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South West Africa - The Issued Stamps continued...
Lot Lot Description CV or Estimate
1019 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. 5/- purple and "electric" blue marginal Plate 1 block of four, twice neatly cancelled by two Windhoek 30 July 1924 datestamps and tied on piece; scarce. SACC 35a. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £200-250


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1020 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. 10/- blue and olive-green block of four, neatly cancelled by one complete and two part Walvis Bay 21 April 195 datestamps; fine and most attractive. S.G. 26, £550+. Photo
Provenance:. "White Lady" (Image1)
Est. £250-300


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1021 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. Covers. 1923 (Aug.) envelope from Otue to Germany bearing 3d. cancelled by fair strike of the very rare rubber datestamp in violet, 1925 (Nov.) envelope from Ondonga to Finland bearing 3d. with "ondongwa" converted German datestamp and 1926 (Feb.) Tamsen envelope from Kolmanskop to Transvaal bearing ½d. marginal pair with converted German datestamp mispelt "kolmannskop". An interesting trio
(Image1)
Est. £250-300


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1022 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. Covers. 1925 4d. G size registered envelopes, two uprated with 2d. and used internally from Aus and Kolmannskop, one uprated with ½d. and 2d. from Keetmanshoop and one uprated with 1d. (overprint misplaced to right showing "Wes" for "West") and 4d. from Windhoek, both to Germany, 1925 OHMS envelope registered from Windhoek to Aliwal North bearing 3d. pair as addressed outside of SWA, and 1926 company advertising envelope registered from Swakopmund to Germany bearing 3d. vertical pair and 1d. Ship. An attractive group
(Image1)
Est. £150-200


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1023 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1923 (July-Sept.) Setting IIIa, Thinner Lettering and Smaller Stops. Covers. 1926 (9 Mar.) Lohr and Co. Ltd. advertising envelope from Mariental to Johannesburg, bearing 1d. pair and a single sharing "goods office/s.a.r.& h/mariental" oval datestamp in violet and with "railway letter post." label affixed above; light central vertical fold through the label; scarce
(Image1)
Est. £100-120


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1024 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (29 June) Setting IV and IVa. 2/6d. purple and green Setting IV and ½d. to £1 set of twelve Setting VI in horizontal pairs with some duplication - ½d. (2), 3d. (2), 2/6d. (2) and 5/- (2), large part original gum. S.G. 28-40, £700+
(Image1)
Est. £250-350


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1025 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (29 June) Setting IV and IVa. 2/6d. purple and green Setting IV horizontal pairs, one from the lower left corner with Plate 1, fresh mint; the plate number pair with production corner bend. S.G. 28
Note: Type IV was apparently issued in January 1924 and has a matt overprint which was applied only to the lower two panes of the sheet. The Type IVa was apparently issued on 1 November 1925. This has a heavier and shinier overprint and was applied only to the upper two panes of the sheet (Image1)
Est. £150-200


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1026 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (29 June) Setting IV and IVa. 2/6d. purple and green Setting IV and IVa blocks of four, the Type IV with superb centrally applied Gobabis 10 October 1924 datestamp, the Type IVa with centrally applied Outjo single-ring converted German datestamp; a fine pair. S.G. 28, £680+
(Image1)
Est. £250-300


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1027 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (29 June) Setting IV and IVa. 2/6d. purple and green Setting IVa horizontal pairs, one from the upper right corner with Plate 1, fresh mint; the pair with a light gum bend, the plate number pair with margin cut-angled at foot. S.G. 28
(Image1)
Est. £100-120


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1028 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Specimen Stamps. 1/-, 10/- and £1 green and red horizontal pairs, each handstamped "specimen" in violet, the 1/- and 10/- Type VI, the £1 Type VIa, and 1/-, 10/- and £1 red and olive-green singles similarly handstamped, all three Type VIa, part to large part original gum; a fraction toned in places. S.G. 35, 39, 40, 40a, £500++
(Image1)
Est. £200-250


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1029 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Interpanneau Multiples from Settings VI/VIa. ½d. blocks of four, eight (2x4) and twelve (6x2), 1d. block of four, 3d. ultramarine and 1/3d. (marginal) blocks of eight (2x4), all with overprint 16½mm. on stamps above the interpanneau margin and 16mm. on stamps below the interpanneau margin, all but the 3d. with pillars on the interpanneau margin; fine mint with some unmounted. An unusual group. Cat. £166+
(Image1)
Est. £80-100


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1030 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VI. ½d. to £1 green and red set of twelve and 3d. deep bright blue in horizontal pairs, fresh mint. S.G. 29-40, 32a, £592
(Image1)
Est. £200-250


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1031 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VI. ½d. marginal block of eighteen (6x3) with overprint misplaced slightly to right, ½d. block of eight (2x4), strip of four and a pair, all from the corner of the sheet with Plate 7, 1d. marginal block eighteen (6x3, severed between columns two and three) with three showing small type varieties, a corner block of four with Plate 6 and a corner block of si(3x2) with Plate 7, 2d. corner block of twenty-four and a corner block of four both with Plate 2, and a marginal block of eight (2x4) with overprint misplaced to left, 3d. ultramarine corner strip of four with Plate 1 and a block of four, 3d. deep bright blue corner pair and corner blocks of four and si(2x3), 6d. marginal block of four and a corner pair with Plate 1, 2/6d. block of four, 5/- purple and blue block of four with interpanneau margin at foot, 5/- purple and "electric" blue corner pair with Plate 1 and a corner block of four, mint; both 5/- purple and "electric" blue items a little toned and the block with production bends. An attractive group. Cat. £900+
(Image1)
Est. £300-350


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1032 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VI. 1d. block of four with Kuibis datestamp, 2d. block of four with light Otjiwarongo datestamp, 2/6d. block of four with superb Walvis Bay datestamp and £1 green and red vertical pair with the lower stamp showing missing stop after "Africa", large part Windhoek datestamp; fine. Cat. £324+
(Image1)
Est. £120-150


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1033 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VI. 3d. deep bright blue and Setting VIa 3d. ultramarine blocks of four, both showing overprints misplaced 5mm. to foot resulting in "Africa./Afrika." between the vertical pair perfs.; fine mint with the 3d. ultramarine block unmounted. S.G. 32, 32a
(Image1)
Est. £120-150


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1034 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VI. £1 green and red marginal block of four from the right of the sheet, fresh unmounted mint. very fine and most attractive. S.G. 40, £600+. Photo
(Image1)
Est. £400-500


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1035 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VI. £1 green and red upper left and upper right corner horizontal pairs with Plate 1, fresh deep colours, unmounted mint; both with production diagonal gum bends, otherwise fine. S.G. 40. Photo both
(Image1)
Est. £800-1,000


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1036 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VIa. Overprint proofs in red on "native affairs department" paper, an upper left corner block of twenty-four (twelve pairs), the lower right example showing "South West/Africa." raised by 1mm., diagonal crease upper left affecting three impressions, and a block of four impressions, the lower pair creased. An unusual pair
(Image1)
Est. £120-150


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1037 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VIa. ½d. to £1 set of twelve with 10/- blue and pale olive-green shade and £1 pale olive-green and red, all in horizontal pairs, fresh mint with all but the ½d. unmounted. S.G. 29-40a, £895+
(Image1)
Est. £300-350


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1038 imageSouth West Africa. The Issued Stamps. 1924 (Dec.)-27 (Feb.) Settings VI and VIa. This issue was overprinted in complete sheets of 240 and initially with "South West Africa" 16½mm. long on the upper two panes and 16mm. on the lower two panes. This order was subsequently reversed. For printings from 8 November 1926 all four panes had the 16½mm. measurement. Setting VIa. ½d. interpanneau block of twenty, corner blocks of four (2) with Plate 7, a block of four with overprints misplaced to right and an interpanneau strip of four showing constant "Af" and "u" varieties, 1d. block of thirty and blocks of si(2) all showing Plate 7 and interpanneau block of eight showing constant "Af" and "U" varieties, 2d. block of eighteen (6x3), corner block of four and a strip of three, all with Plate "2" and overprints misplaced to left, 3d. ultramarine block of four and a pair, both with Plate 1, 4d. block of four with Plate 1, 4d. interpanneau marginal strip of four, a corner pair with Plate 1 and a marginal pair with interpanneau margin at left and one showing "Soutl." for "South", 1/- interpanneau marginal strip of four, blocks of four (two shades) and a pair with plate 1,1/3d. interpanneau marginal strip of four, corner block of four and two pairs with Plate 1, and 10/- blue and pale olive-green block of four with Plate 1; the 10/- with small imperfections in top margin, the others generally fine. Cat. £700+
(Image1)
Est. £250-300


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