DOUBLE HEADS
FEATURED ITEM
1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Right marginal, superb and fresh unmounted. An extraordinary stamp. Very scarce. SG 171b / RSC H
£1,250
Last updated: 23rd March, 2021
SETS
MDH1729 Complete set of 18 values overprinted 'SPECIMEN' (Samuel type R7). Odd very minor fault, very lightly hinged. Wonderfully fresh and much above average. SG between 119s and 185s £2,850
MDH1795 Impression taken from the defaced 2½d plate. Block of four struck on pale brown paper, heavily grease stained. Most unusual. £150
MDH1860 1910 printed Programme of the Royal Visit to Johannesburg by H. R. H. THE DUKE OF CONNAUGHT, November 28th-30th. Two pages with images of the Duke and members of his family who accompanied him, details of the events during the course of the three days. On glossy cream card, red, white and blue ribbon at left. Folded vertically. An interesting adjunct to the Double Head issue as the release of these was timed for his visit to Salisbury earlier in November. £65
½d
MDH1866 1910 ½d yellow-green. Overprinted 'SPECIMEN'. Hinge remain, very fine and fresh with gum. SG 119s / RJL 1s £110
RA6377 1910 ½d, a complete set of the nine printings; yellow-green, light green, olive-green, pale green, dull blue-green, apple green, bronze-green, emerald-green and deep dull green. A selected set for both clarity of shade and condition. A very difficult assembly. RJL 1-9 £550
D684 1910 ½d yellow-green, very fine fresh mint. SG 119 / RJL 1 £12
MDH820 1910 ½d yellow-green, deep shade. Vertical pair, weak between otherwise very fine mint. SG 119 / RJL 1 £30
MDH1852 1910 ½d yellow green. Block of four, very fine mint or unmounted. SG 119 / RJL 1 £95
RA9115 1910 ½d worn yellow-green, rounded corner lower left, fine mint, distinct and uncommon. SG 119 / RJL 1 shade £20
MDH1509 1910 ½d yellow-green, apparently printing 'B'. Plate proof ex. the Waterlow archive, upper marginal irregular block of 28, positions 5-9 / 57-59. Full imprint in margin, endorsed in pencil '260963 / 16.12.10 1.000.000 stamps' and then again '260963'. Usual punctures and condition for these. A unique and important archival piece. SG 119 / RJL 1 printer's proof £750
MDH235 1910 ½d yellow-green, in a subtle shade towards apple, vertical pair both stamps showing clear re-entries of the right value circles. Very fine used crisply cancelled '20 JUN 1911', full gum. Lovely. SG 119 / RJL 1 vars. £30
RA7208 1910 ½d yellow-green, perforated 'SPECIMEN' (Samuel type R5), lower part imprint marginal horizontal pair positions 95-96, applied vertically but inverted to each other, in addition position 96 with additional strike applied horizontally. Without gum. RARE. SG 119 / RJL specimen
 
Note: this perforated specimen conforms to the known £1, (ex. Gibbs, lot 23), and other known low values.
£450
RA8319 1910 ½d Perf. 13½ yellowish green group, block of four, superb unmounted. Scarce. SG 182 / RJL1 £1,500
MDH1793 1910 ½d light green group, very fine mint. Uncommon. RJL 2 £45
MDH823 1910 ½d light green group, very fine mint. Uncommon. RJL 2 £50
MDH1495 1910 ½d light green group, very fine mint. Uncommon. RJL 2 £50
RA8141 1910 ½d olive-green group. A range of nine differing shades all from the lighter spectrum, one exceptionally worn, towards light apple, one clearly aniline and intermediate. Mostly fine and fresh mint, a wonderful group. SG 121 / RJL 3 shades £350
MDH487 1910 ½d olive-green, very fine mint. SG 121 / RJL 3 £30
MDH1084 1910 ½d olive-green, very fine mint. SG 121 / RJL 3 £30
MDH1858 1910 ½d olive-green, very fine mint. SG 121 / RJL 3 £30
MDH1494 1910 ½d olive-green, an unusually fine example, free from the discolouration or other faults which often plague this printing. SG 121 / RJL 3 £45
MDH694 1910 ½d olive-green, hinge trace and an unusually fine example, free from the discolouration or other faults which often plague this printing. SG 121 / RJL 3 £45
MDH825 1910 ½d olive-green, a bright vivid shade. Very fine mint. Unusual. SG 121 / RJL 3 shade £45
MDH1857 1910 ½d olive-green, a bright vivid shade. Very fine mint. Unusual. SG 121 / RJL 3 shade £45
MDH1861 1910 ½d olive-green. Very fine unmounted. SG 121 / RJL 3 £60
MDH1670 1910 ½d olive-green, a pale and worn impression. Very fine unmounted. SG 121 / RJL 3 shade £70
MDH213 1910 ½d olive-green, horizontal pair, hinge trace or unmounted. SG 121 / RJL 3 £80
MDH212 1910 ½d olive-green, horizontal pair. A striking and very worn shade, pale yellowish olive. Superb fresh mint. Most unusual. SG 121 shade £80
RA9913 1910 ½d olive-green, upper right corner horizontal pair. Tone spots in margin away from stamps, superb and fresh unmounted. SG 121 £120
AD346 1910 ½d olive-green, block of four. Some light gum buckling on lower pair otherwise very fine mint, hinged on upper pair only. SG 121 / RJL 3 £220
RA9139 1910 ½d olive-green-group, block of four. Very fine and fresh unmounted. SG 121 / RJL 3 £250
AD345 1910 ½d olive-green group, block of four. Superb fresh unmounted mint. Very scarce so fine. SG 121 / RJL 3 £350
D699 1910 ½d (worn) olive-green, a very weak and pale impression. Very fine mint. SG 121 / RJL 3 shade £35
MDH1083 1910 ½d (worn) olive-green. Hinged remain at left, diagonal gum wrinkle. A striking impression. SG 121 shade / RJL 3 shade £35
MDH826 1910 ½d (worn) olive-green. Very fine mint. SG 121 shade / RJL 3 shade £50
MDH1482 1910 ½d olive-green. Fine used cancelled 'FORT JAMESON'. SG 121 / RJL 3 £5
D702 1910 ½d olive-green, fine used with prominent printing smear across lower right scroll. Most unusual. SG 121 / RJL 3 var. £25
MDH829 1910 ½d pale green (aniline). Very fine mint. Uncommon. RJL 4 £65
MDH1792 1910 ½d pale green (aniline). Very fine mint. RJL 4 £50
MDH830 1910 ½d pale green (aniline). Very fine used. RJL 4 £12
MDH1791 1910 ½d pale (yellowish) green. Position 29 showing DOUBLE DOT flaw (early state). Very fine used with light Salisbury machine datestamp. RJL 4 var. £285
MDH1491 1910 ½d dull blue-green group. Hinge remains, fine mint. SG 120 / RJL 5 £60
D706 1910 ½d dull blue-green, characteristic perf. 14¼. Hinge remainders and blunt perf. at top, otherwise fine mint. Scarce. SG 120 / RJL 5 £75
MDH1745 1910 ½d dull blue-green group, very fine mint. SG 120 / RJL 5 £40
MDH1481 1910 ½d dull blue-green, superb and fresh unmounted. SG 120 / RJL 5 £110
RA6385 1910 ½d dull blue-green group. Vertical pair, superb and fresh unmounted. SG 120 / RJL 5 £200
RA6386 1910 ½d dull blue-green group, block of four, hinged on upper pair lower unmounted, top left stamp with some short perfs. at left. A lovely and fresh block, scarce. SG 120 / RJL 5 £300
MDH631 1910 ½d dull blue-green group. Upper left corner block of four, both upper stamps showing 'wedge' flaws lower left. An exceptionally deep and vivid shade. Upper margin trimmed, hinged on two stamps otherwise wonderfully fresh unmounted. SG 120 / RJL 5 £450
RA2492 1910 ½d dull blue-green, block of six, few light faults otherwise very fine and fresh unmounted. Very scarce. SG 120 / RJL 5 £450
MDH1485 1910 ½d dull blue-green, fine used cancelled 'ENKLEDOORN'. SG 120 / RJL 5 £6
MDH217 1910 ½d dull blue-green, superb used cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE 14 OCT 13'. SG 120 / RJL 5 £8
RA7210 1910 ½d bluish green group, major variety IMPERFORATE. Horizontal pair on piece cancelled ‘BULAWAYO 6 MAR 17’, vertical crease on left stamp (as are most). RARE. SG 120a / RJL 5 var.
 
Note: apparently positions 33/34. Together with two photostat copies of notes written by Benson, ‘Sheet of 100 ½ Rhodesian Imperf. bought at Umtali P.O. by me' (etc.) and ‘Pair of Half Rhodesian ½d Imperf. Postally used cut from block of 4 original in my possession and given to Mr. P S E Blauford in exchange for war issues’, dated ‘12.2.19’.
£4,750
MDH1853 1910 Perf. 15 ½d dull blue-green group. Very fine mint. SG 167 / RJL 5 £225
MDH1489 1910 Perf. 15 ½d dull blue-green. Very fine used. SG 167 / RJL 5 £10
RA4795 1910 ½d apple-green group, very fine mint. Scarce. RJL 6 £200
MDH833 1910 ½d apple-green, very fine used unwashed with intact colour. RJL 6 £15
MDH1753 1910 ½d Perf. 15, apple green group. Hinge remnant, very fine mint. SG 169 / RJL 6 £325
MDH1486 1910 Perf. 15 ½d, apple green group. Very fine used cancelled part 'VICTORIA' datestamp. SG 169 / RJL 6 £20
MDH1085 1910 ½d bronze-green, very fine fresh mint. RJL 7 £45
MDH1086 1910 ½d bronze-green, very fine fresh mint. RJL 7 £45
MDH1856 1910 ½d bronze-green, a deeper / brownish shade. Fine fresh mint. RJL 7 shade £40
RA7435 1910 ½d bronze-green group, a lovely shade towards the ‘apple’ group, very fine mint. RJL 7 £45
MDH1752 1910 ½d emerald group, very fine fresh mint. RJL 8 £150
MDH682 1910 ½d emerald group, an intense shade. Very fine fresh mint. A lovely stamp. Scarce. RJ8 £225
AMDH2 1910 ½d emerald group, an intense shade. Very fine fresh mint. A lovely stamp. Scarce. RJL 8 £250
MDH1480 1910 ½d emerald group, very fine fresh mint, a striking shade. Scarce. RJL 8 £200
AMDH3 1910 Perf. 15, ½d (light) emerald group. Block of four, upper right stamp showing wedge flaw at lower left. Upper left stamp with light toned area otherwise very fine and fresh mint. A REMARKABLE MULTIPLE. RJL 8 £2,500
RA7436 1910 Perf. 15 ½d, (deep) emerald group. Superb used cancelled with light part datestamp at right, unwashed with intact colour. Scarce as such. RJL 8 £30
MDH1088 1910 ½d dull green group. A deep shade, very fine mint. SG 122 / RJL 9 £55
MDH1370 1910 ½d dull green group. A markedly pale shade, very fine mint. Distinct and unusual. SG 122 / RJL 9 £75
MDH838 1910 ½d dull green. Lower marginal horizontal pair showing full imprint in margin. Light stains on right stamp otherwise superb fresh mint. Lovely. SG 122 / RJL 9 £150
1d
Note on colour classification of the 1d value. The 1d remains the last value of the Double Head issue to have published a comprehensive printing / shade classification. As a result there is some confusion as to how to allocate specific examples to the three listed in Gibbons. The following are the parameters used here:
SG 123 bright carmine. This group is characterised firstly by the shade, which although is the most 'pink' and therefore closest to 'rose-red' as per SG 125, is grouped under SG 123. The shade is subtle and suffuse in impression. Secondly it typically has a pink blothchy appearance on the reverse. It is the most common encountered mint perf. 14.
SG 124 carmine-lake. A large variance in shade is grouped under this SG number, from light to very intense. The shade is more of a scarlet nuance, and is often accompanied with a browning of the gum as the shade becomes more intense.
SG 125 rose-red. Although the classification 'rose' implies a more pink shade, the colour is quite bright and also towards scarlet. The impression is quite distinctly different from the bright carmine family, with none of the suffusion and in comparison there is a lot of white or contrast overall. The gum is a clear cream with none of the pink blotchyness as seen in SG 123. It could well be that this is the most difficult of the three SG listed shades, despite the relative SG value indications.
MDH1867 1910 1d bright carmine. Overprinted 'SPECIMEN'. Minor tone on reverse, very fine with gum, hinged. SG 123s £90
D722 1910 1d bright carmine. Very fine mint. SG 123 £25
MDH1474 1910 1d bright carmine. Very fine mint. SG 123 £25
MDH1755 1910 1d bright carmine. A vivid shade, very fine mint. SG 123 £25
MDH1605 1910 1d bright carmine. Right marginal, very fine mint. SG 123 £25
MDH1092 1910 1d bright carmine. Showing 'OD' flaw, very fine mint. SG 123 var. £45
MDH1090 1910 1d bright carmine. Showing 'OD' flaw, very fine fresh mint. SG 123 var. £55
MDH843 1910 1d bright carmine. Showing 'OD' flaw, superb mint. SG 123 var. £65
MDH844 1910 1d bright carmine.Showing 'OD' flaw, superb mint. SG 123 var. £65
MDH845 1910 1d bright carmine. Showing 'OD' flaw, superb mint. SG 123 var. £65
MDH1511 1910 1d bright carmine. Lower left corner block of 25 (5x5), part imprint. Row 7 showing the full extent of the 'OD' flaws affecting all five stamps, position 63 Queen's neck re-entry and 93 dot 3mm left of Queen's head. Few small marks on reverse, very fine unmounted. A spectacular multiple. Ex. Gibbs. SG 123 and vars. £1,350
MDH635 1910 1d bright carmine. Block of 35 (5x7) from the upper left corner of the sheet. Part imprint in upper margin, wonderfully fresh unmounted. A spectacular large multiple. SG 123 £1,650
AR356 1910 1d bright carmine. Block of four superb CTO used with central '24 DEC 1912' double circle datestamp. SG 123 £40
MDH1098 1910 1d carmine-lake group. Hinge remnant and colour run upper right, fine mint. SG 124 £35
MDH1798 1910 1d carmine-lake group. Fine mint. SG 124 £45
MDH1797 1910 1d carmine-lake group. Fine mint. SG 124 £45
MDH1796 1910 1d carmine-lake group. A deep and vivid shade. Hinge remain at centre, fine mint. SG 124 £65
MDH1850 1910 1d carmine-lake group. A worn impression, clear and strong aniline on reverse. Very fine and fresh mint. SG 124 SOLD
MDH1656 1910 1d carmine-lake group. Position 93 showing large dot to left of Queen. Crackly gum, light offsetting from another 1d on reverse, very fine unmounted. SG 124 £110
MDH733 1910 1d carmine-lake group. Crackled cream gum, very fine fresh mint. Most unusual. SG 124 £85
MDH734 1910 1d carmine-lake group. An extraordinarily intense and vivid shade. Hinge remains, fine mint. A remarkable stamp. SG 124 shade £125
MDH1604 1910 1d carmine-lake group. An extraordinary shade towards metallic/bronze, tone spot at left, fine mint. A remarkable stamp. SG 124 shade £65
MDH1603 1910 1d carmine-lake group. An extraordinary shade towards metallic/bronze, right marginal superb fresh mint. A remarkable stamp. SG 124 shade SOLD
AD442 1910 1d carmine-lake. Position 87 showing the major repair to the ‘Original Flaw’. The King’s ‘Blind Eye’ suggests this is the 2nd repair. A few small stains, otherwise fine used with Salisbury datestamps. With unwashed, intact colour (much of the original gum is still present). Rare. SG 124 var. SOLD
AD443 1910 1d carmine-lake. Position 87 showing a late state of the repair to the ‘Original Flaw’, now visible as ‘Extra Lines By King’s Cheek’. A few perforation stains otherwise fine used with a roller cancellation. With unwashed, intact colour (much of the original gum is still present). Scarce. SG 124 var. SOLD
MDH1097 1910 1d rose-red. Fine mint. SG 125 £35
MDH1859 1910 1d rose-red. Very fine mint. SG 125 £40
MDH1099 1910 1d rose-red. Horizontal pair, left stamp with some short perfs., fine mint. SG 125 £50
MDH1756 1910 1d Perf 15 1d carmine-lake group. Wonderful deep shade, hinge trace exceptionally fine mint. Scarce as such. SG 170a group SOLD
MDH853 1910 1d Perf. 15 1d rose-carmine. Very fine used. SG 170b £10
MDH1851 1910 1d Perf. 13½ , bright carmine. Very fine used cancelled crisp 'WANKIES 20 DEC 1912' datestamp. SG 183 £45
RA9116 1910 1d Perf. 13½ , bright carmine. Very fine used cancelled 'BALLA BALLA 24 SEP 1912' datestamp, lovely strong intact colour. SG 183 £50
MDH735 1910 1d perf. 13½ , bright carmine. Position 93 showing dot to left of Queen's head. Very fine used cancelled crisp 'RUSAPE 29 MAR 1913' datestamp. SG 183 £60
2d
MDH1868 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Overprinted 'SPECIMEM'. Very fine with gum, hinged. SG 126s SOLD
MDH279 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Very fine mint. SG 126 £45
MDH854 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 126 £50
MDH1110 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 126 £50
MDH1104 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 126 £50
MDH856 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Hinge trace, very fine fresh mint. SG 126 £50
MDH1455 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Hinge trace, very fine and fresh mint. SG 126 £60
MDH412 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Position 15 showing King's extra eyebrow. Hinge trace, very fine mint. SG 126 var. £65
MDH562 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Position 25 showing lines by King's cheek. Hinge trace very fine mint. SG 126 var. £75
MDH403 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Position 43 showing printer's mark upper left. Very fine mint. SG 126 £85
MDH459 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Position 43 showing printer's mark upper left. Very fine mint. SG 126 £85
MDH280 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Position 46 showing King's extra curl. Very fine fresh mint. SG 126 var. £85
MDH1716 1910 2d black and 'pearl' grey shade, long gash headplate. Large hinge, fine mint. Distinct and uncommon. SG 126 variant I £45
RA9086 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate. Very fine used cancelled crisp ‘BATTLEFIELDS MINE 16 DEC 10’ tc datestamp. SG 126 £45
MDH1517 1910 2d black and grey, long gash headplate, apparently printing 5. Plate proofs ex. the Waterlow archive, lower left corner block of eight positions 41-44 / 46-49, 46 showing King's extra curl and full imprint in margin. Usual punctures and very fine for these. SG 126 printer’s proofs £450
RA6397 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Intermediate heads, few soiled perfs. at top, large part gum. SG 127 £65
RA6399 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Deep heads, disturbed gum, fresh from front. SG 127 £75
MDH178 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Light heads, some gum disturbance, fine mint. SG 127 £85
RA8955 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Intermediate heads, hinge remain, fine mint. SG 127 £100
MDH1757 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Deep heads, very fine mint. SG 127 SOLD
MDH286 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Deep heads, very fine mint. SG 127 £120
MDH857 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Intermediate heads, very fine fresh mint. SG 127 £120
RA9081 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Deep heads, hinge trace if at all, very fine mint. SG 127 £140
MDH698 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Intermediate heads, left marginal, very fine mint. Lovely. SG 127 £150
RA8903 1910 2d black-purple and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Deep heads, position 5 upper right corner copy showing running sheet number '32' in margin. Intense heads, pulled perf. at right otherwise very fine mint. A lovely stamp despite its fault. SG 127 £100
MDH1103 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Very fine mint. SG 128 £45
MDH859 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Very fine mint. SG 128 £50
MDH1714 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Hinge trace, exceptionally fine mint. SG 128 £55
MDH1758 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Hinge trace, exceptionally fine mint. SG 128 £50
MDH460 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. A markedly deep shade, very fine mint. SG 128 shade £55
MDH293 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Showing horizontal line through Queen's tiara, fine mint. SG 128 £40
MDH283 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Position 1 showing vertical line at upper left corner. Very fine mint. SG 128 £75
MDH370 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Position 2 showing long gash in Queen's ear. Fine unused without gum. SG 128 var. £60
RA5829 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Left marginal block of four, creased through left pair, fresh unmounted. Uncommon. SG 128 £300
RA2507 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Positions 2-7 vertical pair, 2 showing long gash in Queen’s ear. Superb and fresh mint or unmounted. SG 128 and var. £200
MDH278 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Position 46 showing King's extra curl. Very fine mint. SG 128 var. £90
RA5055 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Fine used, the canceller dated '11 NOV 1910', the FIRST DAY OF ISSUE. Very scarce. SG 128 £140
MDH604 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Fine used cancelled 'GADZEMA 15 MAY 11. Uncommon. SG 128 £25
MDH794 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'QUE QUE'. Uncommon. SG 128 £30
MDH186 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'SALISBURY DEC 1910'. Uncommon. SG 128 £35
MDH1516 1910 2d black and slate-grey, long gash headplate, apparently printing 2. Plate proofs ex. the Waterlow archive, block of four position 12-13 / 17-18. Usual punctures and condition for these. SG 128 printers' proofs £200
MDH1715 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Fine mint. SG 129 £45
MDH1799 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Very fine mint. SG 129 £60
MDH1115 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Hinge remnant, fresh mint. SG 129 £60
MDH404 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Pencil signature on reverse, very fine mint. SG 129 £65
MDH1116 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 129 £75
MDH1847 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Very fine mint. SG 129 £70
MDH1119 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Heads markedly worn, very fine mint. SG 129 £75
MDH1118 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Position 13 showing printer's mark upper left. Hinge remnant, very fine fresh mint. SG 129 £100
MDH1515 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Right marginal block of four, hinged on one stamp and few perf. tones at top. Lovely. SG 129 £275
MDH1514 1910 2d black and slate, hook headplate. Positions 11-12 / 16-17 block of four. Superb fresh mint or unmounted. SG 129 £500
MDH1800 1910 2d black and grey shade, hook headplate. Very fine mint. Distinct and uncommon. SG 129 variant £140
MDH1112 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Hinge remnants, fresh mint. SG 130 £45
MDH1849 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 130 £70
MDH864 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 130 £75
MDH867 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. SG 130 £75
MDH868 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Right marginal, inclusion at left now fallen out, hinge trace very fine fresh mint. SG 130 £75
MDH865 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Superb fresh mint. SG 130 £80
RA9724 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Superb fresh mint. SG 130 £80
MDH863 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Position 2 showing long gash in Queen's ear. Superb fresh mint. PFSA certificate (2007). SG 130 var. £250
MDH1111 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Position 15 showing King's extra eyebrow. Fine mint. SG 130 var. £55
MDH1454 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Position 25 showing lines by King’s cheek. Superb fresh unmounted. SG 130 var. £145
MDH789 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Fine used. Uncommon. SG 130 £35
MDH790 1910 2d black and grey-black, long gash headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'GWANDA 18 JUL 11'. Uncommon. SG 130 £50
MDH1457 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC A £45
MDH1105 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC A £45
MDH872 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC A £45
MDH873 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC A £45
MDH1512 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC A £45
RA9722 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Superb fresh mint. RSC A £50
MDH1863 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 7 showing 'constellation' flaw. Very fine mint. Lovely. RSC A £95
MDH874 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 8 showing printer's mark lower left. Very fine mint. RSC A £70
MDH494 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 9, very fine mint. RSC A £50
MDH1108 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 26 showing voided medal, gouge and 'Button' flaws (state TE3). Very fine mint. A striking and remarkably scarce variety. RSC A var. £150
MDH495 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 28, very fine mint. RSC A £55
MDH1106 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 43 showing printers mark upper left. Very fine mint. RSC A £75
MDH883 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine used. RSC A £30
MDH785 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled light but crisp datestamp. RSC A £30
RA8216 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'BULAWAYO'. RSC A £30
RA4360 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled with light datestamp. RSC A £30
RA4803 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Superb used cancelled with part ’MINE’ datestamp. RSC A £35
RA5468 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Vertical pair superb used cancelled with crisp ‘SALISBURY 17 JAN 13’ datestamp. Scarce. RSC A £70
RA8982 1910 2d black and brownish grey, thick ear headplate. Position 28 showing two dots over King’s head. A cancelled copy affixed to envelope along with 6d RSC H and other contemporary Southern African issues, being a dealer selection endorsed '50 Different South Africans. / Good Selection' and priced at '3/-'. Most unusual and appealing. RSC A var. £45
MDH1117 1910 2d black and grey-black (ghostly heads), short gash headplate. Hinge trace, very light diagonal crease, otherwise a fresh example of this very scarce printing. RSC B £400
MDH191 1910 2d black and grey-black (ghostly heads), short gash headplate. Fine used cancelled 'ESSEXVALE OCT 1914' datestamps. RSC B £20
MDH373 1910 2d black and grey-black (ghostly heads), short gash headplate. Fine used cancelled corner datestamps. RSC B £20
MDH884 1910 2d black and grey-black (ghostly heads), short gash headplate. Very fine used. RSC B £20
RA8217 1910 2d black and grey-black (ghostly heads), short gash headplate. Two copies positions 8 and 13, both showing between them the full upper printers' marks. Both with faults, used. RSC B £20
RA1760 1910 2d 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Typical brownish gum, centred left otherwise very fine mint. RSC D £85
MDH602 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Typical brownish gum, very fine mint. RSC D £95
D775 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used. RSC D £15
MDH782 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled bold 'SALISBURY 19 DEC 11'. RSC D £15
RA8219 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'UMVUMA 11 FEB 1911' datestamp. RSC D £15
RA8222 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'SALISBURY' datestamps. RSC D £15
MDH784 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'GWELO 22 MAY 1912'. RSC D £15
RA9727 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'SALISBURY' datestamp. RSC D £15
RA8220 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled light 'INYATI' datestamp. RSC D £20
MDH377 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Position 13 showing full printer's mark upper left. Very fine used cancelled 'EIFFEL FLATS 16 APR 1912' datestamp. RSC D £35
MDH783 1910 2d black and grey-black, (clean) thick ear headplate. Position 43 showing printer's mark upper left. Very fine used. RSC D £30
MDH1446 1910 2d black and grey-black, (flawed) thick ear headplate. Position 6 showing Queen's Tiara flaw, hinge remnant otherwise wonderfully fresh mint. Scarce. RSC E var. £450
MDH885 1910 2d black and grey-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'SALISBURY' datestamp. RSC E £15
RA8227 1910 2d black and grey-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled part 'SALISBURY' datestamp. RSC E £15
RA8228 1910 2d black and grey-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'BULAWAYO' datestamp. RSC E £15
MDH781 1910 2d black and grey-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used. RSC E £20
RA8230 1910 2d black and grey-black, thick ear headplate. Block of four positions 43-44 / 48-49, fine used cancelled 'SALISBURY 3 MAY 13' datestamps. RSC E £85
MDH1862 1910 2d black and grey-black, (flawed) thick ear headplate. Small part perfin. upper right and violet oval cancelled, fine fiscally used. Very scarce duty user as such. RSC E fiscal use SOLD
MDH603 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and grey-black, (flawed) thick ear headplate. Horizontal pair very fine used. SG 171a / RSC E £65
RA8142 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and grey-black, no gash headplate. Very fine fresh mint. Very scarce. B.P.A. certificate (2016). SG 171a / RSC F £850
MDH1458 1910 2d deep black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Very fine mint. RSC H £180
MDH1513 1910 2d deep black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Positions 3/8 upper marginal vertical pair, large part imprint in margin. Lower stamp with some short perfs. at left, hinged on margin stamps superb and fresh unmounted. Lovely. Ex. Gibbs. RSC H £450
MDH380 1910 2d deep black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Very fine used. RSC H £25
MDH797 1910 2d deep black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Very fine used. RSC H £25
MDH1466 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Right marginal, superb and fresh unmounted. An extraordinary stamp. Very scarce. SG 171b / RSC H £1,250
MDH1848 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-green, no gash headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'GWELO'. Uncommon. SG 171b / RSC H £40
RA3949 1910 2d deep black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Few short perfs. at base, fine mint. RSC I £120
MDH879 1910 2d deep black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC I £180
MDH881 1910 2d deep black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC I £200
MDH882 1910 2d black and slate-black, thick Ear headplate. Very fine mint. RSC J £275
MDH1658 1910 2d black and slate-black, thick Ear headplate. Position 48 lower marginal showing large part imprint in margin. Superb and fresh unmounted. Exceptional. RSC J £475
MDH188 1910 2d black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used light datestamp. RSC J £20
MDH786 1910 2d black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used. RSC J £25
MDH1717 1910 2d black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Very fine used. RSC J £25
MDH1467 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Very fresh appearance, diagonal creases. Very scarce. SG 171 / RSC J £225
MDH1464 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-black, thick ear headplate. Exceptionally fine and fresh mint. Very scarce. Brandon opinion (2008). SG 171 / RSC J £700
MDH796 1910 2d black and slate black, no gash headplate. Very fine used. RSC K £20
MDH384 1910 2d black and slate black, no gash headplate. Fine used on piece cancelled bold 'SALISBURY' datestamp. RSC K £20
MDH1465 1910 2d perf. 15, black and slate-black, no gash headplate. Faults including marks at base on front, adherences on reverse. Fair mint. SG 171 / RSC K £80
MDH1461 1910 2d perf. 15, black and slate-black, no gash headplate. Fair appearance, reverse not fine. Fair mint. SG 171 / RSC K £120
AD209 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-black, no gash headplate. Position 1 very fine mint. Ex Gibbs. SG 171 / RSC K £750
MDH887 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-black, no gash headplate. Very fine used light datestamp. SG 171 / RSC K £35
RA9111 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-black, no gash headplate. Very fine used. SG 171 / RSC K £35
MDH798 1910 2d Perf. 15, black and slate-black, no gash headplate. Very fine used cancelled 'SALISBURY' at base. SG 171 / RSC K £40
RA8517 1910 2d selection of 24 stamps, all from thick ear or no gash printings including a pair and four perf. 15. Mostly fine with circular datestamps. A lovely group for the student. £175
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