NORTHERN RHODESIA & ZAMBIA
FEATURED ITEM
FEATURED ITEM
20/- carmine-red and rose-purple, left marginal block of four showing printer's guide dot in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 45
5/-, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. Scarce. SG 86a
£350
£2,500
Last updated: 9th April, 2017
1925 GEORGE V DEFINITIVE, SG 1-17
STAMPS
RA5940 Complete set of 17 values, including later 3/-, overprinted or perforated (3/-) ‘SPECIMEN’. Some faults on 7/6 and 20/- and a few without gum. SG 1s-17s £300
NR121 Complete set of 17 values, including later 3/-, overprinted or perforated (3/-) ‘SPECIMEN’. An exceptionally fine set, most higher values right marginal. Scarce as such. SG 1s-17s £850
RA9230 3/-, perforated 'SPECIMEN'. Slightly browned gum, fresh mint. Uncommon. SG 13s £90
NR212 Set of 17 values, exceptionally fine and fine fresh mint, a number marginal with the 20/- unmounted. SG 1-17 £675
NR3 Set of 17 values, very fine or superb used. SG 1-17 £600
NR41 ½d green, four blocks of four in differing shades and gums. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG 1 £25
NR43 1d brown, three blocks of four in differing shades. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG 2 £20
NR46 1d brown, upper right corner block of four showing running sheet number '00522' in margin. Hinged on margin stamps very fine unmounted. SG 2 £10
NR56 1½d carmine-red, three blocks of four in differing shades and gums. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG 3 £45
NR151 8d rose-purple, very fine used. SG 8 £40
NR152 10d olive-green, very fine used. SG 9 £40
NR122 2/- brown and ultramarine. Left marginal block of four, gum lightly browned in bands otherwise very fine unmounted. Uncommon. SG 12 £125
NR163 2/- brown and ultramarine. Very fine used. SG 12 £30
NR164 2/6 black and green, very fine used. SG 12 £12
RA7478 2/6 black and green, two vertical pairs on piece superb used cancelled ‘LIVINGSTONE 4 AUG 34’. SG 12 £55
NR165 3/- violet and blue, very fine used. SG 13 £20
NR25 3/- violet and blue, superb used cancelled with crisp central 'ISOKA 31 JUL 35' datestamp. Lovely. SG 13 £25
NR166 5/- slate-grey and violet, very fine used. SG 14 £15
NR153 7/6 rose-purple and black, very fine mint. SG 15 £120
NR132 7/6 rose-purple and black, showing printer's mark lower right. Very fine mint. SG 15 £130
NR154 7/6 rose-purple and black, fine unmounted. SG 15 £150
RA9551 7/6 rose-purple and black, horizontal pair, hinge trace superb fresh mint. SG 15 £280
RA9553 7/6 rose-purple and black, lower left corner block of four, very fine mint or unmounted. Lovely and uncommon. SG 15 £750
NR33 7/6 rose-purple and black, horizontal pair, fine used some short perfs., cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE 15 DEC 1927'. SG 15 £300
NR11 7/6 rose-purple and black, vertical pair very fine used cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE 25 OCT 1928' datestamp. Uncommon multiple. SG 15 £425
NR155 10/- green and black, very fine mint. SG 16 £75
NR231 10/- green and black, upper marginal very fine unmounted. SG 16 £180
NR12 10/- green and black, vertical pair fine used cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE 22 MAY 1934' datestamp. Uncommon multiple. SG 15 £120
RA5941 20/- carmine-red and rose-purple, fine used. SG 17 £140
RA7831 20/- carmine-red and rose-purple, very fine used cancelled ‘NDOLA 6 JUL 28’. Uncommon. SG 17 £225
NR123 20/- carmine-red and rose-purple, lower marginal very fine used cancelled bold ‘LIVINGSTONE 16 NOV 1931’ datestamp. Unwashed with some backing paper present. Lovely. SG 17

Note: the vast majority of used examples of this stamp are cleaned copies with dubious undated cancels. Copies cancelled in the correct period are scarce
£275
POSTAL HISTORY
SR651 1934 31st March, cover bearing ½d KGV (SG 1), cancelled with oval crested ‘ROYAL TOUR H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE’ strike, another below, ‘ROBERTSON’ rubber stamp address, additionally with ‘BOOK POST RATE’ cachet. Very fine and clean. SOLD
RA6244 1935 9th April, cover bearing KGV 4d (SG 6), cancelled ‘KASAMA’, addressed Airmail to Natal. A lovely and clean single rate cover. £45
1935 GEORGE V SILVER JUBILEE, SG 18-21
RA7280 Set perforated 'SPECIMEN', very fine mint. SG 18s-21s £150
RA9232 Set perforated 'SPECIMEN', very fine mint. SG 18s-21s £150
NR61 Set, very fine unmounted. SG 18-21 £20
RA9255 Set in blocks of four, very fine mint. SG 18-21 £50
NR156 Set, very fine used. SG 18-21 £12
RA7832 2d, block of four BOTH lower stamps showing ‘diagonal line by turret’ flaws (plate 2, positions 10/1 and 10/2). Very fine used cancelled ‘NKANA 23 OCT 35’. An remarkable and rare multiple containing both flaws. SG 19, 19f £250
RA9033 6d, showing good leftwards shift of vignette. Most unusual. Very fine mint. SG 21 var. £45
RA5335 Set on plain cover cancelled ‘LIVINGSTONE 26 OCT 1935’, sent registered to England. £20
RA6245 1935 25th August, cover bearing pair KGV 3d Silver Jubilee (SG 30), addressed Airmail to England. Fine and clean. £25
1937 GEORGE VI CORONATION, SG 22-24
STAMPS
RA5770 Set, perforated ‘SPECIMEN’. Very fine mint. SG 22s-24s £120
RA9233 Set, perforated ‘SPECIMEN’. Hinge traces, very fine mint. SG 22s-24s £135
RA5336 Set, each in a complete sheet of 60. Superb and fresh. SG 22-24 £65
NR188 Set on illustrated First Day cover, cancelled forged Madame Joseph ‘LIVINGSTONE’ datestamps (diagnostic wider 'G' of 'LIVINGSTONE'). Sent registered to England. Minor corner fault, most unusual. SG 22-24 £55
1938 GEORGE VI DEFINITIVES, SG 25-45
STAMPS
NR196 Original set of 15 values perforated ‘SPECIMEN’. Hinge traces very fine and fresh mint. A difficult set. SG 25s-45s £525
NR15 4d, perforated 'SPECIMEN'. Fine without gum. SG 36s £20
NR16 5/-, perforated 'SPECIMEN'. Fine without gum. SG 43s £25
RA5947 10/-, perforated ‘SPECIMEN’. Very fine mint. SG 44s £40
NR224 Set of 21 values, very fine and fresh mint. SG 25-45 £75
NR233 Set of 21 values, mostly marginal, superb unmounted and a lovely selected set. SG 25-45 £225
RA8871 Set of 21 values, each in a block of four. A number including the better 1½d and 2d colours unmounted, high values hinged on upper pairs. An uncommon group. SG 25-45 £650
NR17 Set of 21 values, very fine used. SG 25-45 £120
RA7068 Set of 21 values, all in multiples, at least blocks of four, the 5/-, 10/- and 20/- in blocks of six. Odd faults but generally very fine used. A most unusual group. SG 25-45 £600
NR157 ½d, green, lower marginal in a distinctly worn / weak impression, with normal for comparison. Superb unmounted. SG 25 var. £15
RA9256 ½d, green, lower right corner block of four showing plate ‘2’. Hinged on margin, stamps superb unmounted. SG 25 £6
NR65 ½d, green, lower right corner block of four showing plate ‘2’. Superb unmounted. SG 25 £10
NR67 ½d, chocolate, lower right corner block of four showing plate ‘3’ in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 26 £25
NR63 1d, chocolate perf. 12½ x 14, vertical coil strip of 12 with join. Superb unmounted, folded. SG 26a £25
NR31 1d, green, lower right corner block of four showing plate '4'. Superb unmounted. SG 28 £15
NR114 1d, green, left marginal pair right stamp showing 'five boatmen' flaw (row 3/2). Superb unmounted. Uncommon. SG 28, 28a £250
NR127 1d, green, complete sheet of 120 stamp 3/2 showing 'Extra boatman' flaw, imprint and plate '4' in lower margin. Folded horizontally superb unmounted. Scarce in this complete positional format. SG 28, 28a £325
RA9436 1d, green, coil join strip of four. Very fine mint or unmounted, uncommon. SG 28 coil join strip £40
RA7071 1½d, carmine-red, block of four, very fine unmounted. SG 29 £160
NR268 1½d, carmine-red, lower marginal block. Superb unmounted. SG 29 £175
NR84 1½d, carmine-red, upper marginal block of eight, very fine unmounted. An uncommon large multiple. SG 29 £325
NR113 1½d, carmine-red, position 7/1 with printer’s mark upper left, showing ‘tick bird’ flaw. Merest hint of a hinge, very fine and fresh mint. A Northern Rhodesia rarity. SG 29b £5,500
RA7074 1½d, carmine-red, 'tick bird' flaw, very fine used. SG 29b £325
NR199 1½d, carmine-red, 'tick bird' flaw, very fine used on piece cancelled 'CHOMA 20 MAY 40'. SG 29b £325
NR117 1½d, carmine-red, position 7/1 with printer’s mark upper left, WITHOUT ‘tick bird’ flaw. Very fine used light cancel. Uncommon. SG 29 £100
RA9263 1½d, yellow-brown, lower marginal block of four with imprint. Superb unmounted. SG 30 £10
NR225 1½d, yellow-brown, showing ‘tick bird’ flaw and apparently WITHOUT the proving printer’s guide line upper left. Very fine unmounted. SG 30b £175
NR267 1941 KGVI 1½d yellow-brown, left marginal block of 20, one left stamp showing TICK BIRD flaw. Superb and fresh unmounted. A most attractive and unusual large multiple ideally showing this flaw in it's positional format (by printer's mark). SG 30/30b £200
NR24 1½d, yellow-brown, 'tickbird' flaw, fine used. SG 30b £45
NR172 1½d, yellow-brown, 'tickbird' flaw, left stamp in a horizontal pair, very fine used. SG 30b, 30 £65
NR35 1½d, yellow-brown, 'tick bird' flaw, lower left stamp in left marginal block of four, very fine used cancelled 'NDOLA 7 JUL 44'. Highly unusual in a positional commercially used multiple. SG 30b, 30 £75
NR158 2d, yellow-brown, very fine unmounted. SG 31 £35
NR177 2d, yellow-brown, superb unmounted. SG 31 £35
NR178 2d, yellow-brown, lower marginal showing part imprint, superb unmounted. SG 31 £40
RA9265 2d, yellow-brown, block of four, superb unmounted. SG 31 £140
NR269 2d, yellow-brown, block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 31 £175
NR85 2d, yellow-brown, upper marginal block of ten, very fine unmounted. An uncommon large multiple. SG 31 £350
RA9444 2d, purple, both upper and lower left corner blocks of four. One hinged on margin otherwise superb unmounted. SG 33 £8
RA9275 9d, violet, lower marginal block of four with imprint. Hinged on margin stamps superb unmounted. SG 39 £20
NR214 9d, violet, lower marginal block of four with imprint. Very fine unmounted. SG 39 £25
NR270 1/- yellow-brown and black, a later printing on thinner paper. Block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 40 £15
NR159 3/-, two distinct shades. Very fine unmounted. SG 42 and shade £45
NR273 3/- violet and blue, block of four showing printer's mark at upper right. Superb unmounted. SG 42 £110
NR272 3/- violet and blue, upper marginal block of four. Very fine unmounted. SG 42 £110
NR160 3/-, lower right corner pair, margins trimmed very fine used. SG 42 £30
NR134 5/-, lower left corner copy. Superb unmounted. SG 43 £22
NR133 5/-, grey and dull reddish violet shade. Superb unmounted. SG 43 shade £22
NR274 5/- grey and dull violet, a later printing on thinner paper, block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 43 £110
NR234 10/-, upper right corner copy showing running sheet number '048' in margin. Hinged on margin, stamp superb unmounted. SG 44 £30
NR226 10/-, upper right corner copy showing running sheet number '048' in margin. A late printing on thinner paper and clear gum. Hinged on margin, stamp superb unmounted. SG 44 £30
NR275 10/- green and black, right marginal block of four showing printer's guide dot in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 44 £150
NR227 10/-, upper marginal showing running sheet number '188' in margin. Superb used. SG 44 £35
RA8887 10/-, lower left corner pair superb used on piece cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE 13 VI 46'. SG 44 £50
NR161 20/-, superb unmounted. SG 45 £50
NR28 20/-, lower marginal copy, superb unmounted. SG 45 £60
NR135 20/-, upper left corner horizontal pair, superb unmounted. SG 45 £140
NR276 20/- carmine-red and rose-purple, left marginal block of four showing printer's guide dot in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 45 £350
RA6215 20/-, fine used. SG 45 £55
NR228 20/-, superb used. SG 45 £70
RA9038 20/-, upper marginal vertical block of six cancelled with violet oval datestamps. Attractive. SG 45 £60
POSTAL HISTORY
RA6832 1938 KGVI ½d, 1d, 1½d, 2d, 3d, 6d, 1/-, 2/6, 3/- and 5/- definitives, on plain cover cancelled ‘LUANSHYA 1 MAR 38’, the First Day of issue, sent registered locally addressed. Very scarce. SG 25, 27, 29, 31, 34, 38, 40-43 £75
NR4 1938 29th June, KGVI 4d registered envelope bearing KGVI 1½d, carmine-red (SG 29). Position 7/1 (by printer's mark upper left) WITHOUT 'Tick bird' flaw. Lightly cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE' addressed to Pretoria. A highly unusual useage. £275
RA6247 1939 6th September, KGVI 4d registered envelope, bearing KGVI 3d and 1/- definitives (SG 34, 40), cancelled ‘LUSAKA’ sent airmail to Italy. Opened at left then resealed with printed ‘Examined by / Censor No……’ label endorsed ‘6’. Re-addressed upon arrival with numerous transit and arrival strikes on reverse. Attractive. £65
RA6248 1939 27th October, KGVI 4d registered envelope (with original letter enclosed), bearing KGVI 3d and 1/- definitives (SG 34, 40), cancelled ‘LUSAKA’ sent airmail to Italy. Opened at left then resealed with printed ‘Examined by / Censor No……’ label endorsed ‘13’, and struck with violet triangular ‘PASSED BY CENSOR / 8’ cachet. Re-addressed upon arrival with numerous transit and arrival strikes on reverse. Attractive. £70
RA5599 1940 14th October, registered cover sent airmail to England bearing KGVI 2d and 4d (SG 31, 36) tied by Fort Jameson double circle datestamp. With ‘Fort Jameson’ boxed registration cachet. Lusaka (15 Oct) transit backstamp. £25
AR209 1941 (21st January), censored cover addressed to the USA, endorsed ‘Letter in German’. Bearing two KGVI 1½d carmine (SG 29) tied by LUANSHYA (8 Oct) double circle datestamps. Opened and resealed with black on cream censor label ‘NORTHERN RHODESIA / Examined by / Censor No. 8.’ £55
RA2375 1941 (Nov), cover addressed to Cape Town bearing KGVI ½d green (SG 25) tied by NDOLA double circle datestamp. A fine and scarce example of the ½d unsealed letter rate. £40
NR248 1941 5th November, cover bearing KGVI 3d and 1/- (SG 34, 40), machine cancelled at Kitwe and addressed to a serving member of the Kings Royal Rifle Corps, Middle East Forces. Endorsed at right in pencil 'CERT MISSING 22/11/41' and then struck with violet rectangular 'UNDELIVERED FOR REASON STATED / RETURN TO SENDER' cachet. Various return datestamps including RETURNED LETTER BRANCH / SALISBURY (27 JAN 42) on reverse. Few cover faults, most unusual. £120
AR210 1942 (15th July), censored cover addressed to the USA, endorsed ‘Letter in German’. Bearing a single KGVI 3d ultramarine (SG 34) tied by a LUANSHYA (15 Jul) double circle datestamp. Opened and resealed with black on cream censor label ‘Examined by / Censor No….’ with manuscript insertion and tied by ‘PASSED BY CENSOR / 8’ triangular cachet. £45
AR211 1942 (31st August), censored cover addressed to the USA. Bearing a single KGVI 3d ultramarine (SG 34) tied by a LUANSHYA (31 Aug) double circle datestamp. Opened and resealed with black on cream censor label ‘Opened by Examiner / O /’ and tied by ‘(Crown) / PASSED / O / 2’ hexagonal cachet. £45
NR102 1943 18th June, two covers bearing KGVI various values ½d to 20/- cancelled LUSAKA and sent registered to Salisbury. Each struck with red rectangular 'PASSED BY BASE CENSOR / E. A. No. VI/03' and countersigned. Most attractive and highly unusual. £250
RA3809 1947 11th December, printed advertising cover for 'THE RHODESIAN STAMP COLLECTORS' EXCHANGE CLUB', bearing KGVI ½d green (SG 25), machine cancelled 'KITWE', addressed to Canada. A most attractive example of the ½d unsealed letter rate. £30
RA5135 1948, 3rd March, unsealed open letter rate ‘window’ envelope. Bearing a single KGVI ½d green (SG 25) tied by NDOLA machine canceller. Scarce usage. £40
RA5344 1950, 17th July, cover with red typewritten endorsement ‘PRINTED MATTER’ at top, addressed to Czechoslovakia and bearing KGVI ½d green (SG 25) tied by KITWE machine slogan cancellation. A fine example of the ½d unsealed letter rate. £40
AR112 1950 (October), cover to England bearing a single KGVI ½d green (SG 25) tied by LUANSHYA (20 Oct) double circle datestamp. Probably sent at the unsealed open letter rate though the flap is now stuck. £30
RA4987 1951, 1st February, locally addressed cover sent at the ½d open-letter-rate, bearing a single KGVI ½d green (SG 25) tied by KITWE (1 Feb) machine canceller. Very fine example of this scarce rate. £40
NR256 1951 9th February, long cover bearing KGVI 4d, 6d and 2/6 (SG 36, 38, 41), cancelled 'BROKEN HILL' and sent registered Airmail to Canada. Arrival strikes on front and reverse (FEB 21). Attractive and unusual high value franking. £75
NR94 1951, 14th March, unsealed open letter rate cover to USA, endorsed 'PRINTED MATTER' and bearing KG VI ½d green (SG 25) tied by 'KITWE' (14 Mar) machine canceller. With red printed inscription at left ‘The Rhodesian Stamp Collectors / Exchange Club. / . . . Kitwe-Nkana’ £40
RA6252 1951 17th April, reused (folded inside out) cover bearing KGVI ½d (SG 25), cancelled ‘KITWE’ addressed to Austria. Endorsed at top ‘PRINTED MATTER’. A fine example of the unsealed overseas rate. £40
RA6251 1951 7th May, cover bearing KGVI 1½d and 4d (SG 30, 36), cancelled ‘MUFULIRA’ and sent registered with black rubber stamp registration cachet, addressed to South Africa. Attractive. £35
RA5600 1951 5th June, registered cover sent airmail to Cape Town bearing KGVI 6d (SG 38) tied by Broken Hill (5 June) double circle datestamp. With ‘Broken Hill 1’ registration label. £25
RA6253 1951 15th November, cover bearing KGVI ½d brown and 1d green (SG 26, 28), cancelled ‘MUFULIRA’. Endorsed ‘1st DAY ISSUE’, unaddressed. Uncommon. £25
RA6254 1951 1st December, cover bearing KGVI 2d purple and 3d scarlet definitives (SG 33, 35), cancelled ‘KITWE’ on the first day of issue, and typewritten as such lower left. Uncommon. £25
NR95 1951, 1st December, cover addressed to Nkana bearing KGVI final colour change 2d purple and 3d scarlet (SG 33, 35) tied by KITWE (1 Dec) double circle datestamp. Endorsed at top FIRST DAY COVER. £30
RA6255 1952 5th May, cover bearing KGVI 4½d and 9d definitives (SG 37, 39), cancelled ‘KITWE’ on the first day of issue, and typewritten as such lower left. Uncommon. £25
NR229 1952 5th May, printed cover for 'First Flight Between London and Johannesburg by BOAC'. Bearing KGVI 1/- (SG 40), tied by LIVINGSTONE dc datestamp. Addressed to Italy with Rome (6 May) arrival backstamp. £35
1946 VICTORY, SG 46-47
RA9231 Set, perforated ‘SPECIMEN’. Very fine mint. SG 46s-47s £95
RA5950 Set plate ‘1A’ blocks of four. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG 46-47 £25
RA9290 Set plate ‘1B’ plus 1½d '75B' blocks of four. Very fine unmounted. SG 46-47 £25
RA5951 Complete set of plate blocks of four, 1½d and 2d 1A, 1B, 75A, 75B. 1½d 75A perf. 13½, others perf. 13½ x 14. Very fine mint or unmounted. Very scarce as a complete group. SG 46-47 £100
NR168 1½d, perf. 13½. Upper marginal block of four showing printer's guide cross in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 46a £40
RA8471 1½d, perf. 13½. Lower right corner block of four showing plate '1B' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 46a £75
NR169 1½d, perf. 13½. Superb used. SG 46a £8
NR170 1½d, perf. 13½. Upper right corner block of four, superb used. SG 46a £40
1948 GEORGE VI SILVER WEDDING, SG 48-49
NR202 1½d and 20/-. Superb unmounted. SG 48-49 £75
NR203 1½d and 20/-, set in marginal blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 48-49 £300
NR118 1½d, lower right corner block of four showing plate '1' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 48 £10
NR38 20/-, lower marginal pair showing full imprint in margin. Very fine mint or unmounted. Lovely and uncommon. SG 49 £250
NR128 20/-, block of 12 being the lower two rows of the sheet, showing full imprint and plate '1a' in margin. Very fine unmounted. Lovely and very scarce. SG 49 £1,750
1949 75th ANNIVERSARY OF U.P.U., SG 50-53
STAMPS
RA9280 Set in combined imprint and cylinder ‘1’ or ‘2a’ (3d and 6d), lower right corner strips of three. Very fine mint or unmounted. SG 50-53 £25
1953 BIRTH CENTENARY OF CECIL RHODES, SG 54-58
STAMPS
RA9279 Complete set in matching lower left corner blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 54-58 £12
NR257 Complete set in lower right corner blocks of four showing plates '1' or '1 1' in margins. In addition the ½d showing ‘CECIL’ re-entry (constant, row 10/6). Superb unmounted. Uncommon. SG 54 (var) -58 £45
RA5339 ½d, ‘CECIL’ re-entry (constant, row 10/6), in positional lower right cylinder 1B block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 54 var. £15
NR27 1/-, major re-entry of ‘FALLS AND RAIL’ flaw, (constant, row 1/4). Superb unmounted. SG 58 var. £30
RA8634 1/-, major re-entry of ‘FALLS AND RAIL’ flaw, (constant, row 1/4). Upper marginal hinged on margin stamp very fine unmounted. SG 58 var. £30
NR213 1/-, major re-entry of ‘FALLS AND RAIL’ flaw, (constant, row 1/4). Upper right stamp in an upper marginal positional (by guide cross) block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 58 and var. £45
NR259 1/-, major re-entry of ‘FALLS AND RAIL’ flaw, (constant, row 1/4). Upper left stamp in an upper right corner positional block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 58 and var. £50
NR265 1953 4th July, long cover bearing Rhodes Centenary 1/- lower left corner block of four showing plates '1 1' in margin, the reverse with similar block but the 4½d duty (SG 57, 58), each cancelled KITWE and sent registered airmail to London. Attractive and unusual. £35
NR264 1953 21st August, printed S. Kelly commercial cover (now opened out for display), bearing on front QE II Rhodes Centenary 1d and reverse lower marginal block of four 4½d duty (SG 55, 57), each cancelled KITWE and sent registered airmail to London. Attractive and unusual. £30
1953 RHODES CENTENARY EXHIBITION, SG 59
STAMPS
RA5954 Cylinder ‘1’ block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 59 £5
RA1519 Double bottom rows with imprint and cylinder ‘1’. Superb unmounted. SG 59 £10
1953 QE CORONATION, SG 60
STAMPS
RA1521 Double lower rows with imprint and cylinders ‘1A 5A’. Superb unmounted. SG 60 £15
RA1522 Double lower rows with imprint and cylinders ‘1B 5B’. Superb unmounted. SG 60 £15
RA1524 Double lower rows with imprint and cylinders ‘1B 5B’, in addition the lower margin showing additional strike (3 or 4 pins) of the vertical perforations along the edge. Superb unmounted. SG 60 £30
1953 QE DEFINITIVES, SG 61-74
STAMPS
NR204 Complete set of 14 values, superb unmounted. SG 61-74 £55
NR137 Complete set of 14 values, very fine used. SG 61-74 £70
RA9282 2/6, upper right corner block of four showing running sheet number '0719'. Superb unmounted. SG 71 £55
NR138 20/-, very fine used on piece cancelled 'LIVINGSTONE'. SG 74 £35
RA8823 20/-, superb used on piece cancelled 'RIDGEWAY'. SG 74 £38
POSTAL HISTORY
1963 QE ARMS DEFINITIVE, SG 75-88
STAMPS
RA5961 1963 10th December, two printed ‘FIRST DAY COVER’, bearing complete set QEII Arms definitives, cancelled at Kitwe on the first day of issue. Uncommon. SG 75-88 £75
NR205 Set of 14 values, superb unmounted. SG 75-88 £45
NR142 Set of 14 values, very fine used. SG 75-88 £55
NR37 Set of 14 values in blocks of four. Superb used central datestamps. SG 75-88 £220
RA7836 ½d, showing rightwards shift of ‘½d’. Superb unmounted and scarce on this value. SG 75 var. £95
RA5966 ½d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 75a £850
RA5968 1d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 76a £10
NR40 1d, showing leftwards shift of '1d', hinged. SG 76 var. £15
RA7285 1d, showing strong downwards shift of ‘1d’, now across ‘POSTAGE’. Superb unmounted. SG 76 var. £50
RA6226 1d, horizontal pair showing major downwards shift of ‘1d’, now across ‘POSTAGE’. Superb unmounted. SG 76 var. £100
NR217 3d, lower right corner block of four showing cylinder '1B' numbers in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 78 £6
NR45 3d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 78a £95
RA1960 3d, major variety VALUE AND ORANGE (EAGLE) OMITTED, lower left vertical corner pair. Superb unmounted. SG 78b £500
AR365 3d, major variety VALUE AND ORANGE (EAGLE) OMITTED, very fine used with machine cancellation. Rare. SG 78b £650
RA7412 3d, showing strong downwards shift of ‘3d’. Superb unmounted. SG 78 var. £65
NR175 3d, showing strong downwards shift of ‘3d’. Superb unmounted. SG 78 var. £65
RA6231 3d, showing major downwards shift of ‘3d’, through ‘RHODESIA’ and into margin. Superb unmounted. Scarce this strong. SG 78 var. £75
NR48 3d, showing downwards shift of '3d', now over 'POSTAGE'. Fine used and uncommon thus. SG 78 var. SOLD
RA1239 3d, upper marginal pair each with missing perf. hole between stamp and margin at right. Superb unmounted. SG 78 var. £75
RA7081 3d, upper right corner pair each stamp showing missing perforation hole in upper row. Superb unmounted. SG 78 var. £80
RA1240 3d, upper marginal strip of three each showing missing perf. hole between stamp and margin at right. Superb unmounted. SG 78 var. £110
NR49 3d, upper marginal pair each showing missing perf. hole between stamp and margin. Superb used. SG 78 var. SOLD
NR52 4d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 79a £110
RA5978 6d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Fine unmounted, oily patches as often encountered on this value. SG 80a £400
RA5981 9d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 81a

Note: previous experience would suggest this variety to be more difficult to locate than the 6d.
£475
RA4982 9d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Lower marginal, superb unmounted. Very scarce. SG 81a

Note: previous experience would suggest this variety to be more difficult to locate than the 6d.
£475
RA6842 9d, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 81a

Note: previous experience would suggest this variety to be more difficult to locate than the 6d.
£475
RA7849 1/-, pair showing downwards shift of ‘1/-‘, now into ‘POSTAGE’. Superb unmounted, uncommon on this duty. SG 82 vars. £175
NR207 5/-, lower right corner block of four showing cylinder numbers in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 86 £60
NR186 5/-, lower right corner block of four showing cylinder numbers in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 86 £60
NR130 5/-, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. Scarce. SG 86a £2,500
NR208 10/-, lower right corner block of four showing cylinder numbers in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 87 £90
NR209 20/-, left marginal block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 88 £60
NR190 20/-, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Right marginal, superb unmounted. SG 88a £900
RA5988 20/-, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Lower marginal, superb unmounted. SG 88a £1,000
RA4231 20/-, major variety VALUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 88a £900
POSTAL HISTORY
RA8849 1963 10th December, cover bearing QEII 6d and 2/6 definitives (SG 80, 85), cancelled 'KITWE', sent registered airmail to Bulawayo. £45
RA6260 1964 25th March, cover bearing QEII 1d strip of three definitives (SG 76), cancelled ‘IKELANGE’, addressed to England. Scarce. £55
RA6267 1964 21st October, printed ‘ON HER MAJESTY’S SERVICE’, bearing pairs QEII 2/-, 2/6, 5/- and 10/- definitives (SG 84-87), cancelled ‘NDOLA. Unaddressed. £60
1929-52 POSTAGE DUES, SG D1-D4
STAMPS
RA5990 2d, perforated ‘SPECIMEN’. Very fine mint. SG D2s £25
NR146 Complete set of four values, superb unmounted. SG D1-D4 £22
NR145 Complete set of four values, each a marginal copy superb unmounted. SG D1-D4 £22
RA7850 Complete set of four values each in a matching left marginal block of four. Superb unmounted. SG D1-D4 £90
RA9253 1d to 4d, complete set of four values. Fine to very fine used. SG D1-D4 £45
RA7851 3d, showing clear offset of ‘3d’ on reverse. Hinge trace, most unusual and not previously seen. SG D3 var. £75
NR147 3d, left marginal superb used. SG D3 £20
RA9254 3d, block of four fine used cancelled 'KITWE'. SG D3 £80
RA6235 3d, showing ‘thick and slanting ‘d’ of ‘3d’ variety, lower left stamp in a lower right corner block of four. Superb unmounted. Very scarce. SG D3 var. £80
NR149 4d, very used. SG D4 £35
POSTAGE DUES ON COVER
AR358 Postal History / Postage Dues 1934 (22nd May), picture postcard sent from England (sepia photo scenes of Westcliff-on-Sea) bearing a KGV 1d tied by a Southend-on-Sea (22 May machine roller cancellation. Addressed to Fort Jameson and bearing an octagonal ‘T/10c’ taxe marking and a single postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a FORT JAMESON (18 Jun) double circle datestamp. A fine and relatively early example of an incoming taxed postcard. £140
RA5597 Postal History / Postage Dues 1937 (5th November), window envelope underfranked at 1d meter frank cancellation, Durban and presumably addressed to NKANA. Endorsed in red crayon ‘T’ then applied with top portion of a horizontally biected 2d due, this cancelled ‘NKANA / 1 NOV 37’. The due partially torn through, presumably by a previous attempt to bisect by hand. A clean and attractive example of this scarce temporary use. (see footnote in SG) £550
RA5598 Postal History / Postage Dues 1938 (29th April), window envelope underfranked at 1d meter frank cancellation, Port Elisabeth and presumably addressed to NKANA, with arrival backstamp dated 4th May. Endorsed in blue crayon ‘T 1d’, and struck with black circular ‘T / 1d’ plus violet straight line ‘INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID’ bilingual cachets. Then applied with lower portion of a right marginal horizontally biected 2d due, indistinctly cancelled. Opening tear at top and minor stains, an attractive example of this scarce temporary use. (see footnote in SG) £450
AR344 Postal History / Postage Dues 1940 (12th September), cover addressed to Kitwe, bearing two KGVI ½d green (SG 25) tied by a CHINGOLA (12 Sep) double circle datestamp. The cover was taxed and bears a large ‘T1d’ in blue manuscript and a postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (13 Sep) double circle datestamp, with an additional strike on the reverse. Edge tear at top from opening, otherwise a fine example of a domestic taxed cover. £175
AR345 Postal History / Postage Dues 1941 (8th September), cover (with printed sender’s address ‘Nkana Hotel / Kitwe’) addressed to Nkana, bearing a single KGVI 1d brown (SG 27) tied by a LUANSHYA (8 Sep) double circle datestamp. The cover was taxed and bears a ‘T1D’ in black manuscript and a postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (8 Sep) double circle datestamp, with an additional strike on the reverse. Edge tear at top from opening, otherwise a fine example of a domestic taxed cover. £145
AR349 Postal History / Postage Dues 1945 (18th January), unfranked cover sent unsealed from Southern Rhodesia, addressed to ‘P.O. N’KANA’ with originating Bulawayo (18 Jan) double circle datestamp. The cover was taxed and bears a large ‘T2d’ in blue manuscript. A marginal postage due 2d grey-black (SG D2) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (22 Jan) double circle datestamp with an additional strike on the reverse. A fine example of an incoming taxed cover. £165
AR343 Postal History / Postage Dues 1946 (6th March), South Africa pictorial postal stationery card (‘Baboon Castle, Oribi, Natal’), addressed to Nkana, Northern Rhodesia. The 1d carmine imprinted stamp is cancelled with a Durban (6 Mar) machine roller cancellation. The card was apparently underpaid as indicated by a ‘T1d’ in blue manuscript and a postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (11 Mar) double circle datestamp. A very fine example of an incoming taxed postcard. £150
AR352 Postal History / Postage Dues 1946 (August), ‘window’ envelope sent unsealed from Southern Rhodesia, bearing a single KGVI ½d (SG 40) tied by a large Bulawayo datestamp. The cover was taxed and bears a small ‘T2d’ in manuscript. This was apparently cancelled and replaced with a ‘1d’ and a marginal postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed partly over the Rhodesian stamp and tied by a KITWE (26 Aug) double circle datestamp with an additional strike on the reverse. A fine example of an incoming taxed cover. £135
AR350 Postal History / Postage Dues 1950 (20th April), cover from South Africa addressed to Kitwe franked with a Johannesburg (20 Apr) ½d meter cancellation in red, further bearing a slogan (‘Petrol is Precious / Save It’) cancellation. The cover was taxed and bears a circular ‘T/1D’ taxe marking struck in black and a postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (25 Apr) double circle datestamp. A fine example of an incoming taxed cover. £165
AR346 Postal History / Postage Dues 1950 (21st April), cover from South Africa addressed to Kitwe, franked with a Cape Town (21 Apr) 1½d meter cancellation in red. The cover was taxed and bears a circular ‘T/1D’ taxe marking struck in black and a postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (24 Apr) double circle datestamp. A fine example of an incoming taxed cover. £150
AR347 Postal History / Postage Dues 1950 (25th April), cover from South Africa addressed to Kitwe, franked with a Johannesburg (25 Apr) 1½d meter cancellation in red. The cover was taxed and bears a circular ‘T/1D’ taxe marking struck in black and a marginal postage due 1d grey-black (SG D1) was affixed and tied by a KITWE (28 Apr) double circle datestamp with an additional strike on the reverse. A fine example of an incoming taxed cover. £165
AR351 Postal History / Postage Dues 1951 (16th April), unfranked cover sent from South Africa with originating Johannesburg (16 Apr) roller cancellation, addressed to Nkana. The cover was taxed and bears a circular ‘T/4D’ taxe marking, and a pair of postage due 2d grey-black (SG D2) were affixed and tied by a KITWE (20 Apr) double circle datestamp. The reverse with a different type of Kitwe (18 Apr) datestamp struck on arrival. A fine example of an incoming taxed cover. £275
1963 POSTAGE DUES, SG D5-D10
STAMPS
NR171 Set of six values, superb unmounted. SG D5-D10 £20
RA7286 Set, each a right marginal pair and all showing imperforate right margin. Superb unmounted, uncommon group. SG D5-D10 vars. £55
RA8889 3d, 4d and 1/-, each in a right marginal block of four imperforate to right margin. Superb unmounted. SG D7, D8, D10 and vars. £50
RA3529 2d, block of four, each horizontal pair either narrower or wider than usual due to misalignment of horizontal perforations. Superb unmounted. SG D6 var. £8
NR55 2d, horizontal left marginal strip of six, with each alternate stamp narrower or wider than usual due to incorrectly aligned vertical perforations. Superb unmounted. SG D6 var. £28
RA7853 1/- Postage Due, major variety BLOCK OF FOUR IMPERFORATE HORIZONTALLY AND IMPERFORATE BETWEEN VERTICALLY. Left marginal, superb unmounted. Very scarce. SG D10b £1,100
RA8410 1/- postage due, major variety BLOCK OF FOUR IMPERFORATE HORIZONTALLY AND IMPERFORATE BETWEEN VERTICALLY. In addition, and as usual, showing light double impression of the green printing. Superb unmounted, very scarce. SG D10b £1,200
BOOKLETS
NR201 1964 1/- QE booklet, pane upright. Pane with perforations trimmed at top, unexploded. SG SB1
 
Note: for some unknown reason, booklets showing the pane upright are considerably more difficult than the inverted type
£20
RA8878 1964 1/- QE booklet, pane inverted. Very fine, unexploded. SG SB1 £12
POSTAL STATIONERY
NR59 1925 KGV 1d Postcard. Very fine unused. H&G 1 £30
RA1527 1949 KGVI 6d Air Letter, with five lines of text at upper left. Very fine unused, folded. H&G F1. £15
RA1974 1953 QEII 6d Air Letter (H & G F3). Very fine unused, folded. £12
RA5604 1953 (15th September), QEII 6d Air Letter (H&G F3). Unaddressed and cancelled with neat COMPOUND P.O. / CHINGOLA, N.R. (15 Sep) double circle datestamp. £15
REVENUES
RA8231 1949 printed British South Africa Company INSPECTION CERTIFICATE with Livingstone altered to Lusaka. Bearing KG V £10 x 2 and £50 revenues plus KG VI 10/- and 20/- postage stamps (SG 44, 45) all tied by oval Accountant General’s Department / Lusaka / Northern Rhodesia (6th Apr) oval datestamps. SOLD
AR342 Revenue 1953 QEII postage 20/- rose-red and purple overprinted ‘R’. Very fine used with part oval datestamps. Very scarce. Mewett 592, Barefoot 14 SOLD
RA6237 1955 QEII 2/6 Revenue, very fine used. Mewett 599 £10
RA6238 1955 QEII 10/- Revenue, very fine used. Uncommon. Mewett 601 £35
RA9430 1955 QEII 20/- Revenue, very fine used. Uncommon. Mewett 602 £45
RA9941 1955 QEII 20/- Revenue, on piece very fine used. Uncommon. Mewett 602 £45
AR335 Revenue 1955 QEII large format £50 slate-grey. Small piece bearing two vertical pairs, very fine used with Lusaka Accountant General (19 Jun 1954) oval datestamps struck in violet. EXTREMELY RARE, we have not seen or handled an example for over 20 years. Mewett 604, Barefoot 26 SOLD
RA9942 c1955 (date not clear), cover bearing single QEII 1d revenue stamps (Mewett 594), cancelled 'BROKEN HILL' locally addressed. Incorrect useage of these revenues for postal purpose, however apparently allowed. Unusual. £50
RA6239 1955 30th March, large part printed ‘MIGRANT LABOURER’S WORK BOOK’ (green card covers), issued to one ‘Trywell Mbale’. First internal page (3) applied with four 5/- Employment Stamps, second internal page (7) with a further two examples, each pen cancelled. Internal pages 1-2 and 5-6 removed, apparently as normal. RARE in this form, with a very low survival rate. £700
RA5351 1959 12th September, printed ‘NDOLA LOTTERY LIMITED’ receipt, bearing QEII 1d revenue, pen cancelled. Attractive and uncommon £20
RA5606 (?) 15th January, printed ‘The Rhodesian Autolot’ receipt, bearing QEII 1d revenue, pen cancelled. Attractive and uncommon. £20
RA8411 1930 6¼d Cigarette Tax, grey-green. Fine unused, scarce. £65
RHODESIA RAILWAYS
MISCELLANEOUS
AM112 undated envelope addressed to Lusaka bearing large crowned oval 'GOVERNOR’S OFFICE / OFFICIAL PAID / NORTHERN RHODESIA' struck in purple. The flap bears the coat of arms embossed in gold. £35
NR194 1940 25th September, cover endorsed at top 'On Active Service' and sent without charge. Struck with violet boxed 'O.H.M.S. / No. 15 / MILITARY / FRANKED' cachet and 'LUSAKA' despatch datestamp. Reverse with violet rectangular 'PASSED BY / R.A.F. / Censor No. 1' cachet and further 'A.P.S. E.A.F / SE 20(?) 40' datestamp. Addressed to Nkana and with Kitwe 27th September arrival strike on front. Opening tear at top otherwise fine and scarce. £95
NR253 1941 28th March, cover endorsed at to 'ON ACTIVE SERVICE' and sent without charge to Chingola. Struck at lower left with violet rectangular 'PASSED BY CENSOR / M.F.F. No. 353 U.D.F.' bilingual cachet duly signed, and then 'A.P.O. - U - M.P.K. / 19' datestamp for the 28th March. Upon arrival re-addressed with Lusaka (3 APR) and then Chingola (7 IV) datestamps. £55
NR251 1942 6th July, cover endorsed at top 'ON ACTIVE SERVICE' and sent without charge from Ndola to Kitwe. Struck at lower left with crisp violet 'PASSED BY MILITARY CENSOR / No. 483' duly signed. Very fine and clean. £55
NR101 1946 stampless ‘On His Majesty’s Service’ cover addressed to the USA. LIVINGSTONE (22 June) double circle datestamp at upper left and large oval POSTMASTER’S OFFICE / LIVINGSTONE (22 June) cachet struck in violet at lower left, with signature endorsement. £25
NR252 1951 20th April, stampless cover addressed to Kitwe, struck at upper right with black oval 'M. O. T. H. / KUMBUKA SHELL HOLE' cachet duly signed and despatch 'CHINGOLA' datestamp. Puncture lower left. Highly unusual. £95
NR255 1956 4th October, cover endorsed at top 'By forces AIR MAIL FREE' and sent without charge. Cancelled 'LUSAKA' and addressed to Johannesburg, struck at lower left with purple straight line '1st Bn. The Northern Rhodesia Regiment' cachet. Most unusual. £65
F162 1957 18th April, printed company return order envelope sent unpaid cancelled 'MONZE / NORTHERN RHODESIA' to Johannesburg. Endorsed in ink 'T 5d' and then struck with black circular 'T / 5d' cachet. This presumably one of a group of underpaid covers which would have had a pool charge applied to all. £25
NR197 1958 20th February, re-used cover entirely pasted over with printed 'On Her Majesty's Service / ECONOMY LABEL'. Struck with large purple oval 'DISTRICT COMMISSIONER / KALULUSHI' cachet and further 'KALULUSHI (blank below)' datestamp. Addressed to Kasempa. Most unusual. £55
NR250 1958 26th February, cover printed with the Kings African Rifles crest on reverse flap, endorsed at top 'FORCES MAIL FREE' and sent without charge to Kitwe. Machine cancelled at Lusaka and struck with violet oval 'ORDERLY ROOM / 1st (Ny) Bn. K.A.R.' cachet lower left. Highly unusual. £125
NR260 c1960 Publicity labels. Vertical strip of six showing various scenes from the country, printed in black and white / yellow. Gummed and very fine, apparently the complete unit of these. Most unusual. £35
ZAMBIA
STAMPS
RA9247 1964 definitive. Complete set of 14 values, superb unmounted. SG 94-107 £8
NR73 1964 ½d & 1d definitive, coil strips with joins. Superb unmounted, uncommon. SG 94, 95 coil joins £12
NR74 1964 1d definitive, coil pair with join, superb unmounted. SG 95 coil join £4
RA7084 1964 2d definitive, upper right corner horizontal strip of three showing dramatic downwards shift of red printing (face mask). Superb unmounted. SG 96 var. £45
RA6850 1964 2d definitive, block of four showing large downwards shift of red printing (face mask). Superb unmounted. SG 96 var. £60
RA8791 1964 3d definitive, upper marginal block of eight showing rightwards shift of perforations, well into design of stamps. Superb unmounted. SG 97 var. £40
RA7728 1964 1/3 definitive, left marginal block of four showing upwards shift of the brown printing. Folded horizontally, superb unmounted. SG 102 var. £35
RA7727 1964 1/- definitive, block of 12 being two vertical rows of the sheet, showing dramatic progressive left and downwards shift of the black printing. Superb unmounted. Striking and scarce. SG 101 var. £300
RA6853 1964 2/- definitive, block of four showing rightwards shift of black printing. Superb unmounted. SG 103 var. £60
RA9246 1965 6d First Anniversary of Independence. Major variety BRIGHT PURPLE (FIREWORKS) OMITTED. Superb unmounted. SG 113a £160
RA7088 1966 3d WHO, left marginal pair showing dramatic rightwards shift of gold printing. Superb unmounted. Striking. SG 116 var. £70
RA8793 1966 3d WHO, block of ten across the sheet showing progressive left and downwards shift of gold printing. Superb unmounted. SG 116 var. £50
RA9248 1968 decimal definitive. Complete set of 12 values superb unmounted. SG 129-140 £13
RA9040 1968 1n definitive, major variety COPPER-BRONZE (INCLUDING VALUE) OMITTED. Very fine unmounted. Scarce. SG 129a £170
RA6614 1968 8n definitive, major variety BLUE OMITTED. Superb unmounted. Scarce. SG 133b £130
RA9249 1975 definitive. Complete set of 14 values superb unmounted. SG 226-239 £15
NR245 1989 Frogs and Toads issue. K10 upper marginal vertical pair, major variety IMPERFORATE. Superb unmounted. SG 570 var. £35
POSTAL HISTORY
AR427 Postal History 1948 (24th October), incoming registered envelope sent airmail from CHINA. Addressed to Nkana, and bearing 1947-48 China Dr Sun Yat-sen and plum blossoms issue 300,000 x 3, 1,000,000 and 2,000,000 (pair) all tied by Tientsin (24 Oct) datestamps. With ‘dumb’ red on white registered label with ‘TSIENTSIN’ handstamped in red and a blue airmail label. Backstamped Tsientsin (24 Oct), Shanghai (25 Oct), Salisbury (6 Nov), Kitwe (8 Nov) transit / arrival datestamps. Also one indecipherable transit backstamp in Arabic (1 Nov). A few edge faults. A most unusual origin / destination. £275
RA1531 1964 ‘Independence’ Air Letter, with Makishi dancer illustration. Very fine unused, folded. £8
NR77 1965 illustrated Air Letter, 1st Anniversary of Independence with map and Independence Monument illustration. Very fine unused, folded. £4
AR396 1966 (June), airmail envelope sent from Johannesburg to Kitwe. Bearing a South Africa 3c definitive tied by a Johannesburg (6 June) machine cancellation. A bilingual two line ‘INSUFFICIENTLY FRANKED FOR AIRMAIL’ cachet was struck in violet and ‘T4d’ added in manuscript. The shortfall was receipted by Zambia 1d and 3d postage dues (SG D11, D13) which were affixed and tied by KITWE (15 Jun) double circle datestamps. Also with ‘By Train’ added in manuscript below the address. Unusual. £45
NR79 1966 14th November, cover endorsed 'BY FORCES AIR MAIL' Broken Hill to Kitwe with black boxed 'REPUBLIC OF ZAMBIA / HEADQUARTERS COMPANY / 3RD BN. ZAMBIA REGIMENT / 14 NOV 1966' cachet. Uncommon. £20
AR397 1967 (March), window envelope sent from Germiston to Kitwe. Bearing a Germiston (9 Mar) machine cancellation and also a red Germiston (10 Mar) meter franking for ‘1c’. The envelope was taxed and bears a ‘T1/5’ circular cachet. The shortfall was receipted by Zambia 1d postage due (SG D11) which was affixed and tied by KITWE (23 Mar) double circle datestamps. Backstamped with a KITWE (22 Mar) double circle datestamp. £35
RA1273 1968 3/6 ‘ZAMBIA AIRWAYS’ Air Letter Service labels. Ex. Booklet, pane of two in emerald green, roulette 10 x imperf. with margin at left which shows the two pairs of staple holes through. Superb unused with gum. Uncommon. Mewett type 7, no. 13. (See SA Philatelist October 1986, pages 246-249, N. Mewett) £35
AM106 1968 19th November, incoming underpaid window envelope from Rhodesia, bearing 2d definitive (SG 398) tied by Salisbury (19 Nov) roller cancellation. Circular TO PAY taxe marking in violet. The shortfall was receipted on the reverse with a pair of 1N postage stamps (SG 129) tied by Nkana ? (27 Nov) datestamp with Mufulira (26 Nov) datestamp alongside. £25
RA8790 1970 11th May, pair of underpaid window envelopes from South Africa, clipped together the top envelope struck with black circular 'T 8/5' cachet. The applied with 3n and 15n commemorative issues as postage dues. Attractive. £25
NR87 1974 6th (?) December, window envelope bearing 1d REVENUE stamp uncancelled but alongside with 'KITWE' datestamp. No further tax indications and presumably allowed. Unusual. £20
RA8004 1982 16th June, 50n International Reply Paid Coupon, cancelled ‘BUCHI’ but not exchanged. £8
BOOKLETS
NR89 1970 20n booklet. Fine and complete. SG SB4 £6
NR90 1970 30n booklet. Fine and complete. SG SB5 £7
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