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South Africa & States continued...
LotNo. Symbol CatNo. Lot Description
9481   imageSouth Africa, Opened Under Martial Law, pink seal on cover to Volksrust franked by two ½d green (S.G. 216) tied by 14 Feb. 1900 Johannesburg c.d.s., seal tied by Pretoria 15th Feb. transit and 17th Feb. receiver, Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9482   imageSouth Africa, Opened Under Martial Law, pink censor seals on two covers to Lourenco Marques, one franked by a single and the other by strip of four and single of Transvaal 1d Rose-red and green (S.G. 217), sealed tied by 18 April and 18 March 1900 Pretoria datestamps, Lourenco Marques backstamps, Fine-Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9483   imageSouth Africa, V. (Arms) R. / Opened Under Martial Law, censor seal on cover franked with G.B. 1d mauve tied by 10 Aug. 1900 F.P.O. #8 postmark showing posting at Standerton, Transvaal to Durban, Natal, 13 Aug. arrival backstamp, Fine usage.
Suggested Bid $20
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9484   imageSouth Africa, V. (Arms) R. / Opened Under Martial Law, censor seal on cover franked by Natal 1d carmine (S.G. 99a) tied by 6 Sept. 1900 F.P.O. #18 postmark then used from A.P.O. #31 at Newcastle, Natal to Durban where it was censored; Pietermartinzburg transit and Durban reveiving backstamps, addressee's name cut out, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9485   imageSouth Africa, Censored / A.C. Bloemfontein Dist., violet two-line straightline handstamp applied in transit to back of cover to prisoner of war at green Point, C.C., franked by O.F.S. 1d purple overprint'd "V.R.I." (S.G. 113) tied by "Brandford, O.R.C. / Oc 16, 00" c.d.s., also "Censor / Prisoner of War" handstamp, two mounting stains on reverse, otherwise Fine.
Suggested Bid $20
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9486 o   imageSouth Africa, Subsidiary Base and Field Post Office Cancels, group of stamps comprised of Subsidiary "Base Office" cancel #2 of May, 1901 (then at Aliwal, C.C.), #4 of 24 May 1901 (then at Braamfontein, Transvaal) and #8 of 13 Aug 1901 (then at Warm Baths, Transvaal) and "Field Post Office" (first distribution) #2 of 12 Jan 1900 (Modder River, C.C.), #6 of 6 April 1900 (Dewesdorp, O.R.C.), #14 of 3 Feb. 1900 (Rensburg, C.C.) and #33 of 11 April 1900 (Karee Siding, O.R.C.), various adhesives mostly on small piece, Fine or better strikes.
Suggested Bid $30
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9487   imageSouth Africa, Queensland Infantry Brigade, cover to Dalby, Queensland franked by Great Britain 1d mauve tied by octagonal "Army Post Office / Natal Field Force / Wakkerstroom / Dec 30, 1901" datestamp, endorsed from a member of the "5th Q.I.B.", appropriate backstamps, Very Fine and scarce.
Suggested Bid $160
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9488   imageSouth Africa, Opened Under Martial Law, Rich Ty. 8 imperforate seal on cover posted from Germany 16 Sept. 1901 to Capetown with their 10th Oct. arrival datestamp, Very Fine and rare.
Suggested Bid $140
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9489   imageSouth Africa, Prisoner of War / Censor / Broadbottom Camp, ½d Victoria (S.G. 36, 38, 48), "St. Helena / 17 Au, 1901" c.d.s. and London registry transit, card with repaired tear, Fine appearing and rare registered usage from a P.O.W.
Suggested Bid $120
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9490   imageSouth Africa, Imperial Military Railways, bold violet handstamped cachet at top of cover to England franked by pair of Transvaal 1d carmine and green overprint'd "E.R.I." and tied by "Pretoria / Transvaal / 28 Apr 01" postmark, vertical pocket fold and a couple tears at top, Very Fine usage; among the scarcest Boer War items, with this form of cachet not recorded by Rich; though some Army Post Offices were located aboard trains, the military railways had no postmarks of their own, not even at their base or supply depots, and had to rely on the civilian postal system.
Suggested Bid $90
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9491   imageSouth Africa, Queensland Infantry Brigade, cover endorsed from a member of "5th Q.I.B." to Brisbane, Queensland, postmarked by octagonal "Army Post Office / Natal Field Force / Volksrust / Dec 16, 1901" datestamp, rated "1d" due on arrival in error and struck out, forwarded to Lytton, appropriate backstamps, Very Fine and scarce.
Suggested Bid $90
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9492   imageSouth Africa, Canadian Contingent covers to England, pair of covers from a member of "Strathcona's Horse" to Sheffield, sent 7th and 16th August, 1901 with octagonal "Army Post Office / Natal Field Force / Standerton" datestamps, the former being the first day of use for this cancel, red London "Paid" entry and Sheffield arrival cancels, covers with edge faults from rough opening but a scarce destination from this contingent; at this time Strathcona's Horse was attached to Sir Redvers Buller's forces in eastern Transvaal.
Suggested Bid $80
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9493   imageSouth Africa, Staff Officer Prisoner-of-War / Ladysmith / 9 Mar. 1901, clear violet oval handstamp on mouring cover to prisoner of war at Diyatalawa Camp, Ceylon, franked by Natal 1d carmine (S.G. 99a) tied by "Ladysmith, Natal / 9 Mr, 1901" c.d.s., violet triangular censor applied in Ceylon, Durban and Colombo transits, Very Fine; the camp at Natal was called "Tin Town" due to the sheet metal roofs and very few P.O.W. items are known from this camp, in fact the "Staff Officer" handstamp is unrecorded by Rich.
Suggested Bid $60
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SOLD for $55.00
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9494   imageSouth Africa, Field Post Office No. "41", two covers from the same correspondence to Scotland, first with 20 August 1901 datestamp from a member of the Imperial Yeomanry and posted from the F.P.O. at the Stationary Office at Standerton, the second a very scarce 25 Oct. 1901 registered entire additionally franked by 1d mauve and with "Natal Field Force / Standerton" backstamp, first with bit of corner missing, Fine duo.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9495   imageSouth Africa, British use of Boer censor seal, pink seal on cover franked by G.B. 1d mauve tied by 9 April 1901 F.P.O. #8 datestamp used at Middelburg to Krugersdorp, censored on arrival with violet oval cachet and resealed with what came to hand: the Boer label, Fine and unusual usage eleven months after the fall of Johannesburg; only a few similar usages are recorded.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9496   imageSouth Africa, E. (Arms) R. / Opened Under Martial Law, pair of covers to Harrismith, O.R.C., one sent April 1901 from Cato Ridge, Natal with 1d carmine (S.G. 99a), the other 21 June 1901 from Wellington, Cape Colony with 1d carmine (S.G. 69), former with some soiling, Fine-Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9497   imageSouth Africa, Passed Censor / Diyatalawa, violet double oval applied on arrival to cover addressed to Boer "P.O.W. Hut 36, Ceylon", also censored in Durban where large "E. (Arms) R." seal was applied, opened for display, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9498 ()   imageSouth Africa, Passed Press Censor, / Klerksdorp / Date / 14 Aug 1901, violet circlular handstamp initialed in pencil on cover front only to Durban franked by G.B. 1d mauve tied by F.P.O. #16 datestamp, Fine usage.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9499   imageSouth Africa, Passed Press Censor / Klerksdorp / Date 13 Nov 1901, circular handstamp initialed in pencil on cover addressed to a Boer prisoner of war on St. Helena, franked by G.B. 1d mauve tied by A.P.O. Braamfontein cancel applied the day after the censor, Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM
9500   imageSouth Africa, Resident Magistrate's Office / Ladybrand, O.R.C., violet oval official cachet used as a provisional censor's mark with "Passed Censor" and initials added by hand on cover to Wales franked by O.F.S. 1d purple overprint'd "V.R.I." (S.G. 113), "Ladybrand, O.R.C. / Ja 21, 01" c.d.s., Very Fine.
Suggested Bid $50
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CLOSED
Closing..Mar-17, 09:00 PM

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