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MN174 1902 KEVII De La Rue die proof for the 2½d duty frame plate. Struck in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated ‘14 JAN 02’ in blue and handstamped 'BEFORE HARDENING' in black. Attractive and very scarce. £425
MN175 1902 KEVII De La Rue die proof for the 5d duty frame plate. Struck in black on glazed card (92 x 60mm), dated ‘6 FEB 02’ in blue and handstamped 'BEFORE HARDENING' in black. Attractive and very scarce. £425
NA484 1905 (3rd March), colour picture postcard (African child eating ‘Early Breakfast’). Addressed to England and bearing a single KEVII 1d rose-carmine (SG 147) tied by a very fine strike of the ‘P.O.A. / 58’ canceller. With Pietermaritzburg (3 Mar) transit at left. Post Office Agency ‘58’ has been attributed used in Amatikulu in 1906 and 1907 (The P.O.A. Cancellations of Natal, 1982 by B.A. Kantey). The message gives the sender’s location as ‘Elands Kop Station’. However, it is not unknown if this is where the cancellation was applied or if the card was carried privately to another location where it entered the postal system. £55
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