BRITISH CENTRAL AFRICA / NYASALAND
FEATURED ITEM
FEATURED ITEM
REVENUE 1913 KGV watermark Crown CA £10 purple and dull ultramarine. HORIZONTAL PAIR, superb fiscally used, tied to small piece by a lights strike of DISTRICT RESIDENT / 25 JUL 1914 / CHIROMO oval datestamp struck in green. An extremely rare multiple, with few fiscally used examples recorded of this first printing of the £10. SG 99
REVENUE c1938 KGVI £10 dull purple and ultramarine ‘key-plate’ inscribed ‘REVENUE REVENUE’. Two copies on piece the left cancelled with oval 'LANDS DEPARTMENT / BLANTRYE 20 AUG 1940' datestamp, the right with oval 'MOTOR TRAFFIC LICENSING BOARD / BLANTYRE 22 AUG 1940' datestamp, and without the green accounting crayon as usually encountered. Some gum apparent at edges. VERY RARE. Barefoot 5 / Mewett 806a
 
Note: why two examples were attached alongside each other and cancelled with differing datestamps is unclear. It would also appear that each was attached with additional glue which has seeped out around some perforation edges
£1,250
£3,750
Last updated: 8th February, 2024
POSTAGE DUES
NY1062 1950 Postage Dues, complete set of five values. Each matching left marginal. Superb and fresh unmounted. SG D1-D5 £70
NY366 1950, complete set of five values, each in a matching lower right corner pair with plate ‘1’ in margins. Superb unmounted. SG D1-D5 £200
RA7684 1950, complete set of five values, each in a matching lower right corner block of four with plate ‘1’ in margins. Very fine unmounted, folded vertically and the 3d with parted perfs. Attractive and uncommon group. SG D1-D5 £345
NY196 1950, 4d purple, very fine mint. SG D4 £8
NY197 1950, 6d yellow-orange, very fine mint. SG D5 £12
POSTAL HISTORY
NY1037 1894 2d Registered postal stationery envelope, surcharged in red ink '4d' and initialled below. Very fine unused. Scarce. £185
NY1082 1894 2d Registered postal stationery envelope, surcharged 'FOUR'. Very fine unused. £35
RA6629 1898 (5th July), cover bearing 1d vermilion & deep ultramarine ‘cheque stamp’ (Setting II, perf. 12, SG 57a (no control visible)) placed inverted and tied by Blantyre (5 July) single circle datestamp. Handstamped address ‘W.H. Keiller / Auctioneer and Valuator . . . Blantyre’. A few minor perimeter faults, otherwise very fine and attractive. £170
NY1197 1898 14th July, small printed 'On Her Majesty's Service.' envelope, bearing 1d vermilion and pale ultramarine 'cheque stamp' (Setting II, perf. 12, SG 57a, control not visible). Crisply cancelled and tied by 'ZOMBA' sc datestamp, locally addressed. Delightful. £375
NY1091 1898 20th July, envelope bearing 1d vermilion and pale ultramarine 'cheque stamp' (Setting II, perf. 12, SG 57, no controls visible), upper left corner BLOCK OF FOUR. Each cancelled 'ZOMBA JY 20 98 / B.C.A.'. Locally addressed. Most attractive. £475
NY1224 1901 20th December, BCA type ½d green 'INTERNAL' postal stationery card addressed to Fife. Cancelled with superb crisp 'KARONGA / B.C.A.' squared circle datestamp. Apparently sent via runner and taking five days to reach Fife, arrival strike dated DE 26 at lower left. A blue crayon endorsement '1d' indicating postage due. The message between doctors, requesting vaccination figures for the Fife district. Delightful. SOLD
NY1206 1906 10th August, coloured post card (Ilkley, England), bearing two GB KEVII ½d's cancelled ILKLEY. Addressed to one A. R. Andrew, Mineral Survey, Zomba. Transiting through Beira receiving octagonal violet datestamp for the 2nd September with a further (?) ZAMBEZIA / CHINDE strike alongside. Upon arrival re-addressed to 'c/o Resident, Pt Herald.'. Further strikes of CHIROMO SP 9, another dated SP 14, then ZOMBA SP 17 and finally PORT HERALD 19 SE, these all squared circles. Delightful and most unusual. SOLD
NY1208 1906, three incoming post cards each bearing GB KEVII 1d's, addressed to one A. Ar. Andrew, Mineral Survey, Zomba. Each then re-addressed upon arrival to either Pt Herald or Ncheu, with onward transit strikes of either Chinde, Chiromo, Zomba, Liwonde. A delightful group. £150
NY1209 1908, three British black and white post cards (London buildings), each bearing KEVII 1d's and cancelled 'ZOMBA' squared circle datestamps. All addressed to New Zealand. £75
NY1014 1911 (29th March), envelope sent registered to Austria. Bearing a single KEVII 2/6 brownish black and carmine-red on blue (SG 78) tied by a very fine BLANTYRE. NYASALAND (MR 29 / 11) squared circle datestamp with an additional strike on the reverse. With a REGISTERED / BLANTYRE. / (NYASALAND) / No….. registration cachet struck at left with number ‘319’ inserted in blue manuscript. Backstamped CHINDE B.P.O. (7 Apr, squared circle), Zanzibar (13 Apr), Napoli (2 May) and Wien (5 May) transit / arrival datestamps. A scarce stamp on cover. £425
RA6942 1927 9th November, cover endorsed at top ‘No stamps available at Lilongwe P. O.’, addressed to ‘P. O. Dedza’. Apparently upon arrival there applied with KGV 1d, cancelled ‘DEDZA’. A little tatty, but scarce and most unusual. £90
NY528 1935 5th June, cover bearing KGV 6d Leopard and 3d Silver Jubilee (SG 120, 125), cancelled 'BLANTYRE' and sent Airmail to England. Attractive. £40
AN424 1935 (24th August), envelope addressed to the USA bearing a single KGV Silver Jubilee 3d brown and deep blue (SG 125) tied by a ‘BLANTYRE/ NYASALAND / DARKEST / AFRICA / IN FAIREST / MOOD’ (24 Aug) slogan datestamp. Truncated at left, otherwise a fine example of a 3d single franking. £45
NY493 1936 19th January, cover bearing KGV 1d and 6d Leoprads (SG 115, 120), cancelled 'LUCHENZA' and sent Airmail to Nairobi, upon arrival re-addressed to Nakuru. Fine and clean. £20
RA6630 1937 (26th January), cover to Canada bearing KGV 1/- black and orange ‘Leopard’ (SG 122) tied by Zomba / Registered (26 Jan) double circle datestamp with Zomba registration label alongside. Toronto (4 Mar) arrival backstamps. £35
NY216 1937 (12th May), unaddressed cover bearing KGV 'Leopards' 1½d, 3d, 4d, 6d, 9d and 1/- cancelled by four strikes of LIKOMA ISLAND (12 May). £30
NY839 1938 1st January, cover bearing KGVI 1½d, 3d, 4d and 6d (SG 132, 134, 135, 135), cancelled 'LIMBE' on the First Day of Issue. Sent registered to London (Selfridges). £35
NY380 1938 1st January, cover bearing KGVI 9d and 1/- definitives (SG 137, 138), cancelled 'ZOMBA' on the First Day of Issue, typewritten at top as such. Sent registered locally addressed. £30
NY837 1938 22nd July, printed 'ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE' cover, bearing KGVI ½d, 1d, 1½d and 4d (SG 130, 131, 132, 135), cancelled ZOMBA and sent registered to the United States. Somewhat primitive registration label hand stamped. Appropriate transit and arrival backstops. £45
NY492 1942 9th June, printed 'ON HIS MAJESTY'S SERVICE' cover struck at upper right with red 'OFFICIAL PAID / ZOMBA' datestamp, further at lower left with black oval 'COMMISSIONER OF POLICE / ZOMBA NYASALAND' cachet duly signed. Addressed to London. Fine and clean, unusual. £30
NY836 1942 (date unclear), cover bearing KGVI 3d blue (SG 134), cancelled LIMBE and endorsed at left 'Letter only / (English)', addressed to the United States. Opened at right then resealed with printed 'OPENED BY EXAMINER' label struck with octagonal (Crown) / PASSED / Q/S cachet on reverse. £35
NY497 1943 14th July, printed 'On His Majesty's Service' cover cancelled with 'LIMBE' datestamp and further black oval 'COMPTROLLER OF CUSTOMS' cachet lower left. Addressed to London. £25
NY518 1943 21st July, cover bearing KGVI 2d carmine (SG 133a), cancelled 'KOTA-KOTA' and addressed to England. Fine and clean. £25
NY516 1944 30th October, cover bearing KGVI 3d and 1/- (SG 134, 138), cancelled 'ZOMBA' and sent Airmail to England. Fine and clean. £20
NY495 1944 3rd November, cover bearing KGVI 6d violet (SG 136, inverted), lightly cancelled 'LIMBE' and sent registered to England. The registration label written in ink 'Limbe'. A little crumpled. £20
NY499 1945 4th August, cover bearing KGVI 2d carmine (SG 133a), crisply cancelled 'MLANJE' and addressed to England. Fine and clean. £15
NY517 1945 14th August, cover bearing KGVI 1d, 2d and 1/- (SG 130, 133a, 138), each cancelled 'KARONGA' and sent Airmail to England. Upon arrival re-addressed further machine cancelled at base. £25
NY763 c1945 printed company cover, bearing KGVI 1d, 2d and 1/- (SG 130a, 133, 138), unusually scarred across in blue crayon without any further postal markings. Addressed to England. £45
NY505 1946 15th May, cover bearing KGVI 6d black and violet (SG 150), cancelled 'BLANTYRE' and sent registered to London. Attractive. £20
NY506 1946 (?) 12th December, printed 'The Africa Lakes Corporation Limited' cover bearing KGVI 2d grey (SG 133), lightly cancelled 'BLANTYRE' and addressed to England. Clean and attractive. £20
NY515 1947 24th March, cover bearing KGVI 3d and 6d pair (SG 148, 150), cancelled 'CHOMA' and sent Airmail to England. £15
NY522 1948 15th March, cover bearing KGVI 4d and 1/- (SG 149, 152), cancelled 'CHOLO' and sent registered Airmail to England and with unusual printed larger format registration label endorsed in ink 'Cholo / 7307'. Attractive. £35
NY507 1948 8th May, cover bearing KGVI 2d and 4d (SG 147, 149), cancelled 'LIMBE' and sent registered to England. £20
NY527 1949 26th August, printed company cover bearing KGVI 1/- (SG 152), lightly cancelled 'LIMBE' and sent Airmail to London. £15
NY838 1951 18th September, printed 'On His Majesty's Service' cover, bearing KGVI 6d Diamond Jubilee pair (SG 169), cancelled 'ZOMBA' addressed to the United States. £35
NY510 1951 ? (date unclear), cover bearing KGVI 3d and 1/- (SG 148, 152), lightly cancelled 'ZOMBA' and sent Airmail to England. Fine and clean. £15
NY511 1953 8th July, cover bearing KGVI 3d, QEII Coronation 2d and 6d Rhodes Centenary pairs (SG 148, 172, 171), cancelled 'LIMBE' and sent registered Airmail to England. Attractive and clean. £25
NY1043 1954 March, envelope bearing QEII 1d (SG 174), lightly cancelled 'NTONDWE /4 (balance of date not visible)', local addressed. Apparently underpaid and then duly applied with a QEII 3d overprinted 'REVENUE' over the 1d, this cancelled 'LIMBE C S O / 11 MAR 54' datestamp. The 3d partially lifted to reveal the 1d datestamp, minor faults although most unusual and intriguing. £55
POSTMARKS
1914-18 NYASALAND–RHODESIA FIELD FORCE
AA6524 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV. Complete set of five values, the ½d and 1d strips of three. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG N1-N5 £95
AA6525 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV. Complete set of five values. Very fine used. SG N1-N5 £100
AA6527 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 3d purple on yellow. Superb used on piece. SG N3 £20
AA6529 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Very fine mint. SG N4 £38
AA6530 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Left marginal pair, left stamp showing missing serif top left of 'N' (apparently position 55). Very fine mint. SG N4 and var. £100
AA6531 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Block of four. Very fine mint. Uncommon. SG N4 £135
AA6532 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Block of four, upper right stamp showing missing base of 'N'. Very fine mint. Uncommon. SG N4 and var. £225
AA6533 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Block of four, all stamps showing defective overprints to some degree. Very fine mint. Uncommon. SG N4 vars. £225
AA6534 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Showing NO STOP AFTER 'F'. Very fine mint. Scarce. SG N4a £800
AA6535 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 4d black and red on yellow. Showing considerable shift of overprint right, the dot after 'F' now well into margin. Very fine used. Uncommon. SG N4 var. £65
AA6536 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 1/- black on green. Very fine mint. SG N5 £50
AA6537 NYASALAND-RHODESIAN FORCE 1916 'N. F.' overprints on Nyasaland KGV, 1/- black on green. Block of four. Very fine mint. Uncommon. SG N5 £225
AN291 TELEGRAM 1917 (6th September), headed ‘THE AFRICAN TRANSCONTINENTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.’ The message, concerning military matters, was handed in at Limbe and a ZOMBA / A.T. TEL (6 Sep) single circle datestamp was applied by the delivering office and a straight-line ‘ZOMBA’ handstruck in bluish green below. Interestingly, the form states the Telegraph Company observes ‘Rhodesian Mean Time’. Most unusual and a scarce survivor. £110
AN292 TELEGRAM 1917 (10th September), headed ‘THE AFRICAN TRANSCONTINENTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.’ The message, concerning military matters, was handed in at Peramiho (near Songea, GEA) and a ZOMBA / A.T. TEL (10 Sep) single circle datestamp was applied by the delivering office and a straight-line ‘ZOMBA’ handstruck in bluish green below. Interestingly, the form states the Telegraph Company observes ‘Rhodesian Mean Time’. Most unusual and a scarce survivor. £110
AN293 TELEGRAM 1917 (16th September), headed ‘THE AFRICAN TRANSCONTINENTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.’ The message, concerning military matters, was handed in at Songea (GEA) and a ZOMBA / A.T. TEL (16 Sep) single circle datestamp was applied by the delivering office and a straight-line ‘ZOMBA’ handstruck in bluish green below. Interestingly, the form states the Telegraph Company observes ‘Rhodesian Mean Time’. Most unusual and a scarce survivor. £110
AN294 TELEGRAM 1917 (25th September), headed ‘THE AFRICAN TRANSCONTINENTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.’ The message, concerning military matters, was handed in at Songea (GEA) and a ZOMBA / A.T. TEL (25 Sep) single circle datestamp was applied by the delivering office. Interestingly, the form states the Telegraph Company observes ‘Rhodesian Mean Time’. Most unusual and a scarce survivor. £110
AN295 TELEGRAM 1918 (11th May), headed ‘THE AFRICAN TRANSCONTINENTAL TELEGRAPH COMPANY, LIMITED.’ The message, concerning military matters, was handed in at Limbe and a ZOMBA / A.T. TEL (11 May) single circle datestamp was applied by the delivering office and a straight-line ‘ZOMBA’ handstruck in bluish green below, above a printed ‘BLANTYRE.’ Interestingly, the form states the Telegraph Company observes ‘Rhodesian Mean Time’. Most unusual and a scarce survivor. £110
REVENUES AND FISCAL USE
AN434 REVENUE 1891 large format £50 deep green, IMPERFORATE PROOF, printed on thin card. The inset stamp with blank lower tablet. Thinned in upper left corner otherwise very fine and a very rare proof. An imposing stamp. Mewett 675 (proof) SOLD
NY234 REVENUE 1897 10/- black and olive-green and £1 grey-black and dull purple (three singles, one with fault) fine used on small piece with red pen cancellation. Attractive. SG 50a, 51 £55
NY235 REVENUE 1897 £1 grey-black and dull purple very fine used on small piece, cancelled in manuscript and with HER BRITANNIC MAJESTY'S CONSULAR COURT BLANTYRE circular cachet. Attractive. SG 51 £25
NY236 REVENUE 1897 £1 grey-black and dull purple. Five examples very fine used on small piece with circular Blantyre Consular Court cancellations. Attractive. SG 51 £125
RA7357 REVENUE 1903 6th March, two page typewritten Indenture document, front page applied with two x 2/6 and three x 4/- Arms ‘CONSULAR’ overprints, plus vertical pair same 2/6 Arms but un-overprinted. Cancelled with light black ‘BLANTYRE’ cancels. Black wax seal upper left, cracked and some missing, light staining, folded horizontally. Few complete documents using these Consular overprints known. £275
NY246 REVENUE 1913-19 KGV £1 purple and black on red. Vertical pair fiscally used. SG 98 £20
AN432 REVENUE 1913 KGV watermark Crown CA £10 purple and dull ultramarine. Superb fiscally used with light strike of DISTRICT RESIDENT / 25 JUL 1914 / CHIROMO oval datestamp struck in green. Very rare, with few fiscally used examples recorded of this first printing of the £10. SG 99 £650
AN433 REVENUE 1913 KGV watermark Crown CA £10 purple and dull ultramarine. HORIZONTAL PAIR, superb fiscally used, tied to small piece by a lights strike of DISTRICT RESIDENT / 25 JUL 1914 / CHIROMO oval datestamp struck in green. An extremely rare multiple, with few fiscally used examples recorded of this first printing of the £10. SG 99 £1,250
NY834 REVENUE c1938 KGVI £10 dull purple and ultramarine ‘key-plate’ inscribed ‘REVENUE REVENUE’. Very fine used with oval 'REGISTRAR OF THE HIGH COURT / 28 JUN 1940' cancel. Exceptionally fine for these, RARE. Barefoot 5 / Mewett 806a £1,850
NY389 REVENUE c1938 KGVI £10 dull purple and ultramarine ‘key-plate’ inscribed ‘REVENUE REVENUE’. Two copies on piece the left cancelled with oval 'LANDS DEPARTMENT / BLANTRYE 20 AUG 1940' datestamp, the right with oval 'MOTOR TRAFFIC LICENSING BOARD / BLANTYRE 22 AUG 1940' datestamp, and without the green accounting crayon as usually encountered. Some gum apparent at edges. VERY RARE. Barefoot 5 / Mewett 806a
 
Note: why two examples were attached alongside each other and cancelled with differing datestamps is unclear. It would also appear that each was attached with additional glue which has seeped out around some perforation edges
£3,750
NY1222 REVENUE 1954, 5th January, cheque drawn on a South African bank to the sum of £391 19/8d, to a company in Blantyre. The reverse applied with block of five QEII 1/- definitives overprinted 'REVENUE', violet oval cancels. Most attractive and scarce. £225
NY1219 REVENUE 1954, 25th March, cheque drawn on a South African bank to the sum of £44 9/11d, to a company in Blantyre. The reverse applied with pair QEII 3d definitives overprinted 'REVENUE', violet oval cancels. Most attractive and scarce. £145
NY1223 REVENUE 1954, 5th April, cheque drawn on a London bank to the sum of £1171 8/9d, to a company in Blantyre. The reverse applied with three QEII 1/- and pair 5/- definitives overprinted 'REVENUE', violet oval cancels. In addition orange embossed revenue franks at left on front, one at 2/- and the other at 10/-. Most attractive and very scarce. £425
NY1220 REVENUE 1954, 3rd June, cheque drawn on a South African bank to the sum of £83 3/2d, to a company in Blantyre. The reverse applied with single QEII 1/- definitive overprinted 'REVENUE', violet oval cancel. Scarce. £125
NY1218 REVENUE 1954, 9th June, cheque drawn on a South African bank to the sum of £45 5/-, to a company in Blantyre. The reverse applied with single QEII 6d definitive overprinted 'REVENUE', violet oval cancels. Scarce. £125
NY1221 REVENUE 1954, 11th December, cheque drawn on a London bank to the sum of £422 5/-, to a company in Blantyre. The reverse applied with single QEII 5/- definitives overprinted 'REVENUE', violet oval cancels. In addition orange embossed revenue frank at left on front to the value of 5/-. Most attractive and scarce. £295
NY1228 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue. Complete set of nine, 1d to £1, blocks of four, excluding the rare 3/6 (unrecorded as a block). Fine or very fine unmounted mint. A scarce group. Barefoot 20-30 less 26 £585
AN349 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue. Complete set of nine, 1d to £1, blocks of four, excluding the rare 3/6 (unrecorded as a block). Fine or very fine unmounted mint. A very scarce group. Barefoot 20-30 less 26 £650
NY945 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue, 1d green. Upper marginal ,very fine unmounted. Barefoot 20 £5
NY1215 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue, 1d green. Lower marginal block of four showing imprint in margin. Very fine unmounted. uncommon. Barefoot 20 SOLD
NY1216 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue, 3d blue. Lower marginal block of four showing imprint in margin. A little toned and some parted perfs., fine unmounted. Barefoot 22 SOLD
NY944 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue, 6d brown-purple. Upper marginal, very fine unmounted. Barefoot 23 £10
NY947 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue.,1/- purple. Upper right corner, very fine unmounted. Barefoot 24 £15
NY1213 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue, 2/6 grey-black. Lower right corner block of four showing plate '1a' in margin. Light creasing, mainly in margin, fine unmounted. Scarce. Barefoot 25 SOLD
NY1212 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue, 3/6 orange. Very fine used with oval datestamp (Oct 1959) struck in violet. Rare, with very few examples recorded. Barefoot 26 £550
NY964 REVENUE 1953 QEII revenue issue, 5/- brown. Very fine unmounted. Uncommon. Barefoot 27 £35
NY1214 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue, 10/- greenish olive. Lower marginal block of four showing imprint in margin. Fine unmounted. Scarce. Barefoot 29 SOLD
NY1217 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue, 10/- greenish olive. Lower right corner block of four showing plate '1' in margin. Fine unmounted. Scarce. Barefoot 29 SOLD
AN124 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue, £1 deep violet. Block of four, superb fresh unmounted mint. Very scarce. Barefoot 30 £220
NY1225 REVENUE 1955 QEII revenue issue, £1 deep violet. Block of 12 being the lower two rows of the sheet, showing imprint and pale '1' in margin. Some creasing in the Margi, stamps very fine unmounted. Rare. Barefoot 30 £550
NY847 REVENUE c1956 receipt from Gaskell's for the sum fo £36 10s, applied with QEII 2d pen cancelled (Barefoot 21). Attractive. £35
NY636 REVENUE c1962 Employment Stamp. 5/- duty printed in green, superb unmounted. Scarce. Barefoot 2 £75
AN399 REVENUE c1962 Employment Stamp. 5/- duty printed in green, superb fresh unmounted mint. Barefoot 2 £75
NY395 REVENUE c1962 Employment Stamp. 5/- duty printed in green, few short perfs. at base, fine used. Barefoot 2 £30
AN425 REVENUE / Consular Issue 1898 6d black and green overprinted ‘CONSULAR’ in red. Some colour loss, otherwise fine used with fiscal cancellation. Barefoot 1C SOLD
AN426 REVENUE / Consular Issue 1898 1/- black and dull purple overprinted ‘CONSULAR’ in red. Fine used with fiscal cancellation. Barefoot 2C £25
AN428 REVENUE / Consular Issue 1898 2/6 black and ultramarine overprinted ‘CONSULAR’ in red. Fine used with fiscal cancellation. Barefoot 3C £45
AN429 REVENUE / Consular Issue 1898 4/- black and carmine overprinted ‘CONSULAR’ in blue. Fine used with fiscal cancellation. Scarce. Barefoot 4B £65
AN430 REVENUE / Consular Issue c1900 10/- black and olive-green overprinted ‘CONSULAR’ in black. Fine used with fiscal cancellation. Very scarce. Barefoot 5 £85
AN359 Consular Issue 1901 Arms 6d dull purple and brown overprinted ‘Consular’ in black. Fine used with circular and manuscript cancellations. Barefoot 7 £35
AN427 REVENUE / Consular Issue 1901 1/- black and dull purple overprinted ‘Consular’ in black. Fine used with fiscal cancellation. Barefoot 8 £30
AN431 REVENUE / Consular Issue 1901 10/- black and olive-green overprinted ‘Consular’ in black. Fine used with fiscal cancellation. Very scarce. Barefoot 9 SOLD
BOOKLETS
AN250 1953 QEII 2/6 complete, stitching at left, very fine. SG SB 1 £20
NY950 1953 QEII 2/6 complete, stitching at right, very fine. SG SB 1 £20
AN249 1953 QEII 5/- complete, stapled at left, very fine. SG SB2 £25
NY386 1953 QEII 5/- complete, stapled at right, very fine. SG SB2 £25
MALAWI
NY435 1964 definitive, set of 13 values with the 5/- 'LAKE NYASA', blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 215-227 less 225a £40
AN351 1964 definitives, 2/6, 5/-, 10/- and £1, the four high values of the set, in corner marginal blocks of four. Superb fresh unmounted mint. SG 224-5, 226-7 £35
NY1186 1964 definitive. 5/- horizontal pair showing strong rightwards shift of the brown printing. Superb unmounted. SG 225 vars. £20
RA9043 1966 1d definitive, wmk. cockerels, horizontal coil join strip of four. Superb unmounted. Uncommon. SG 253 coil join £10
NY434 1968 Birds definitive, complete set of 14 values. Superb unmounted. SG 310-323 £50
RA3610 1971 1t definitive perf. 14½ x 14 coil stamp, strip of four with join. Superb unmounted. SG 375a £5
NY1230 1979 Opening of Salima-Lilongwe Railway. Unissued 4t contained in a miniature sheet, together with issued 5t type. Superb unmounted. RARE. See SG footnote. £550
NY547 1988 Birds definitive, 20t, 40t, 75t, K1, K4 and K10 duties only, each in a matching lower marginal strip of three showing cylinder numbers in margins, and each struck with large block 'SPECIMEN' handstamp in either violet (20t) or red. Superb unmounted. Most unusual although of unknown status. SG 796, 798, 800, 801, 803, 804 spec. £90
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