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OM54 1904 Watermark Crown CA KEVII 5/- blue and brown. Block of four on piece in combination with Natal 4d pair and Transvaal 1/-, used during the Interprovincial period cancelled 'POST OFFICE JAGERSFONTEIN 12 SEP 11' datestamps. A lovely and scarce multiple. SG 147 SOLD
O550 POSTAL HISTORY 1896 (26th January), envelope addressed to England bearing a single ‘2½d.’ provisional surcharge on 3d ultramarine (SG 67), tied by HARRISMITH (22 JA, no year) single circle datestamps. London (17 Feb) arrival backstamp. Scarce use of this provisional used alone on cover. £45
O549 POSTAL HISTORY 1896 (12th October), envelope addressed to England bearing a single ‘2½d.’ provisional surcharge on 3d ultramarine (SG 67), tied by a WINBURG (OC 12) single circle datestamp with an additional strike alongside. Birmingham (31 Oct) arrival backstamp. Scarce use of this provisional used alone on cover. £45
O548 POSTAL HISTORY 1903 (9th February), envelope sent registered to the USA, bearing a ‘One Shilling’ on 5/- green provisional surcharge and a KEVII 1d scarlet (SG 138, 140), both tied by Bloemfontein (FE 9) single circle datestamps. Also bearing a large ‘R’ in oval and a London (28 Feb) transit datestamp, both struck in black on the front. The reverse with a boxed Boston (9 Mar) arrival backstamp. Scarce commercial use of this provisional on cover. SOLD
O551 c1898, ½d carmine illustrated postal stationery card. The reverse printed in red (i.e not same colour as front) with vignettes of ‘Dutch Reformed Church’, Market Square’ and ‘Raadzaal (Parliament House)’. Issued by W.A. Wright, Booksellers, Bloemfontein. A few light stains, otherwise in remarkably fine unused condition and one of the rarest of all southern African illustrated postal stationery cards. Q&J P10A. £275
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