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F343 1954 QE II ½d to £1. Complete set of 16 values plus 6d shade, blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 1-15 £500
F344 1954 QEII 1d and 4d, each an upper right corner copy showing running sheet numbers '2' or '1' in margins. Superb unmounted. Most unusual. SG 2, 5 £25
F345 1954 QEII 2d and 9d, each an upper right corner block of four showing running sheet numbers in margins. Superb unmounted. SG 3, 8 £15
F362 1954 QEII ½d, 1d and 2d booklet panes of six. Plate proofs ex. the Waterlow archives, imperforate on gummed paper, each stamp with small security puncture. Very fine and scarce. SG 1-3 booklet panes plate proofs £350
F363 1954 QEII ½d, 1d and 2d booklet panes of six. Plate proofs ex. the Waterlow archives, perforated on gummed paper, each stamp with small security puncture. Showing stamp sized blanks at top, left and right, and each with relevant plate number above stamp impressions. Further endorsed in ink 'File Copy 269193'. RARE, not previously seen. SG 1-3 booklet panes plate proofs SOLD
F346 1954 1d, perf. 12½ x 14 coil stamps. Strip of four showing short vertical line between the two centre stamps (apparently every 11th stamp). Superb unmounted. SG 2a and var. SOLD
F347 1954 QEII 4d, upper right corner block of 16 showing running sheet number '266' and accounting mark in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 5 £15
F348 1954 QEII 4½d, block of 20 being the upper two rows of the sheet, running sheet number '310' and accounting marks in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 6 £10
F349 1954 QEII 6d, bright reddish purple. Block of 20 being the upper two rows of the sheet, running sheet number '431' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 7 £40
F351 1954-56 QEII 6d, bright reddish purple and bright purple shades. Blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 7, 7a £35
F350 1954 QEII 6d, bright reddish purple. Left marginal showing good ink smudge at left. Very fine unmounted. Most unusual for this issue. SG 7 var. £45
F352 1954 QEII 9d, upper right corner block of eight showing running sheet number '242' and accounting mark in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 8 £25
F353 1954 QEII 1/3, upper left corner block of six showing running sheet number '219' and accounting mark in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 10 £45
F354 1954 QEII 2/-, upper right corner strip of four showing running sheet number '373' and accounting mark in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 11 £35
F355 1954 QEII 5/-, upper right corner block of four showing running sheet number '9' and accounting mark in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 13 SOLD
F356 1954 QEII 10/-, lower left corner block of four. Hinged on margin and just onto upper right stamp, otherwise unmounted. SG 14 £85
F357 1954 QEII £1, left marginal showing printer's guide line and dot in margin. Very fine mint. SG 15 £30
F385 1959 29th April, cover bearing QEII ½d and 1d coil stamps strip of four (SG 1a, 2a), cancelled 'MTOKO' and addressed to Salisbury. £75
F383 3d, 'canon' flaw (constant row 3/3, one pane only). Lower right stamp in a block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 16, 16a £24
F361 1959 QEII 1/3 to £1, six values matching upper right corner copies showing running sheet numbers in margins. Interestingly the differing numeral style used by the different printers, and the 5/- showing small part of the frame plate '1' visible. Superb unmounted. SG 26-31 £110
F386 1962 QEII 9d additional value, block of four on printed cover cancelled 'SALISBURY' on the First Day of Issue, sent registered to the Cape. SG 24a £20
F359 1959 QEII 9d, lower marginal block of four showing imprint in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 24a SOLD
F365 1960 Kariba, complete set of six in blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 32-37 £55
F367 1960 Kariba 3d, ‘Gorge’ flaw (constant, row 4/6). Upper right stamp in a block of four. Superb unmounted. Uncommon. SG 32, 32b £35
F366 1960 Kariba 3d, ‘Gorge’ flaw (constant, row 4/6). Superb used. SG 32b £8
F368 1960 Kariba 3d, lower left corner sheet number block of six, stamp 5/2 showing smudge behind 'ALA' of 'NYASALAND'. Superb unmounted. SG 32 and var. £20
F369 1960 Kariba 1/-, lower right corner block of six, stamp 11/4 showing 'retouch behind dam wall' flaw. Superb unmounted. SG 34 and var. £25
F371 1960 Kariba 1/3, upper left corner block of six, stamp 2/1 showing top right-hand corner of design missing and stamp 3/2 'large flaw in sky below '&' flaws. Superb unmounted. SG 35 and vars. SOLD
F370 1960 Kariba 1/3, ‘ear ring’ flaw in positional upper right corner pair (constant, row 1/4, right pane). Hinged on margin stamps superb unmounted. SG 35, 35aa £55
F372 1960 Kariba 5/-, lower left corner block of six, stamp 11/3 showing large flaw below 2nd 'N' of 'NYASALAND' plus stamp 12/3 screen flaw below 3rd 'A' of 'NYASALAND' (both left pane only). Superb unmounted. SG 37 and vars. SOLD
F373 1961 Mining 1/3, showing extensive 'retouch' on the doorway of building above 'MINING' (row 2/6), in positional upper right corner block of ten. Superb unmounted. SG 39 and var. SOLD
F3 2/6, 'extra landing light' flaw (constant row 9/2 cyl. B). Superb unmounted. SG 42a £40
F189 2/6, 'extra landing light' flaw (constant row 9/2 cyl. B). Very fine used. Uncommon. SG 42a £45
F374 1963 Tobacco 3d, showing 'retouch on Queen's neck and cheek', 'retouch below Queen's neck, outside oval' and 'broken necklace' flaws (constant, rows 4/5, 5/6, 8/6), in positional right marginal vertical block of ten, imprint in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 43 and vars. £20
F378 1963 Tobacco 6d, showing 'spot on Queen's cheek' and ‘torn trouser’ flaw (constant, rows 8/2, 10/1), in positional lower right corner block of six. Superb unmounted. SG 44 and vars. £30
F377 1963 Tobacco 6d, showing ‘retouch on Queen's forehead’ flaw (constant, row 3/3). Superb unmounted. SG 44 var. £12
F376 1963 Tobacco 6d, showing ‘sparkling earring’ flaw (constant, row 3/4), in positional upper right corner cylinder '1A' block of nine. Superb unmounted. SG 44 and var. SOLD
F379 1963 Tobacco 1/3, showing ‘extra roof light’ flaw (constant, row 1/3), in positional upper two rows of the sheet, cylinder '1A' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 45 and var. £35
F380 1963 Red Cross 3d, upper right corner block of eight, stamp 1/7 showing 'red spur to '1' of '1963' flaw. Superb unmounted. SG 47 and var. SOLD
F382 1963 YMSC, 6d and 1/3, matching vertical marginal blocks of 12, both showing ‘forehead retouch’ flaws (constant row 3/5) and imprint in lower margins. Superb unmounted. SG 48-49 and vars. £90
F138 6d, 'forehead retouch' flaw (constant row 3/5), lower stamp in an upper marginal strip of three. Superb unmounted. SG 48 and var. £25
F381 1963 YMSC 1/3, 'forehead retouch' flaw (constant row 3/5). Fine used. SG 49 var. £12
F392 1959 ‘POSTAGE DUE’ handstamp in violet. Superb unmounted. Ex. the Bridger & Kay sheet with their handstamp on reverse, position noted as 65. Mounted on page giving extensive summary of these. SG unlisted £325
F391 1959 ‘POSTAGE DUE’ handstamp in BLACK. Very fine unmounted. A RARITY. SG unlisted
 
Note: this example is the lower left corner copy from the original block of six discovered around the time. Issued with a letter of certification from D. G. Pollard of the Salisbury Stamp Company dated 25th August 1971 as 'genuine' together with a signed photograph of the original block of six when still intact. Further, a lengthy record of the history of this stamp as related by Cecil Russell. A GREAT RARITY OF THE RHODESIAS, and not to be confused with the part sheet which surface recently
£2,500
F360 Set of four values blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG D1-D4 £40
F364 1955 5/-, complete and exploded. Very fine. SG SB1 £25
F393 1955 27th April, registered Airmail cover bearing Nyasaland KGVI ½d and 1d Coronation pairs, ½d green definitive (on front), plus Federal QEII ½d pair. On reverse Nyasaland KGVI 1d brown, 1½d carmine, 2d get and 3d blocks of four, cancelled 'KITWE' to London. £35
F396 1955 13th June, registered Airmail cover bearing KGVI 3d Northern Rhodesia definitive and blocks of six ½d, 1d (on front), 1½d, 2d and 3d Nyasaland KGVI definitives (on reverse), 'KITWE / NORTHERN RHODESIA 13 JU' datestamps to London. Some staining. Unusual. £30
F358 c1960 6d Central African Airways letter service labels, horizontal pair with margins all sides, perforated, ex. the booklet. Hinged on margin, gummed. Attractive and uncommon. £40
F384 1955 1st April, printed cover ‘CENTRAL AFRICAN AIRWAYS’ for the 1st Flight Airways Letter Service, bearing 2d Federal QEII definitives (SG 3), machine cancelled ‘SALISBURY’, printed address. In addition, applied with 6d perforated CAA Airways Letter Service label cancelled with violet boxed ‘CENTRAL AFRICAN AIRWAYS / SALISBURY’ cachet. Fine and clean. Uncommon. £50
F395 1962 26th February, cover bearing QEII 3d (SG 22), cancelled with violet boxed 'Central African AIRWAYS / FREIGHT DEPOT / BULAWAYO' cachet, locally addressed. On reverse applied with 1/- CAA Airways Letter Service label (roulette), uncancelled. Attractive and scarce usage. £50
F389 1955 1st July, RHODES CENTENARY. Miniature printed 'RHODES CENTENARY MAIL / from Southern Rhodesia' cloth mailbag, green refine at top and with gold tie cord. Internally containing ten small black and white images from around the country with glassine interleaving. Together with printed black on blue parcel label 'POSTAGE THROUGHOUT BRITISH COMMONWEALTH' applied with QEII ½d cancelled 'BULAWAYO'. Displayed on album pages. Delightful and no doubt a rare survivor. £125
F387 1962 12th October, printed black/pink bilingual ADVICE OF / DELIVERY / PAYMENT card. Recording a Messenger of the Court letter sent from Bulawayo to Queen's Park. Together with registration certificate for same. Most unusual. SOLD
F388 1962 15th October, printed black/pink bilingual ADVICE OF / DELIVERY / PAYMENT card. Recording a Messenger of the Court letter sent from Bulawayo to Wankie. Together with registration certificate for same. Most unusual. SOLD
F390 Range of Federal registration labels, 17 various towns mostly from Northern Rhodesia. Unusual group. £30
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