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RU2046 1965 Water Conservation, set in upper left corner blocks of four showing running sheet numbers in margins. In addition 2/6 with 'forehead retouch' flaw (constant, row 1/2). Superb unmounted. SG 354-356 £40
RU2047 1965 Water Conservation, set in upper right corner blocks of four showing 'VALUE' in margins. Superb unmounted. SG 354-356 £30
RU2048 1965 Water Conservation, set imprint strips of four. Very fine mint or unmounted. Uncommon. SG 354-356 £25
RU2103 1965 1/3 Churchill, publicity folder for the issue in black and white two pages. Giving the background to the commemoration, printing details etc. By the Government printer, Salisbury. SOLD
RU2104 1965 1/3 Chruchill, block of four on Southern Rhodesia postal stationery registered envelope (plain flap tucked inside), cancelled 'FIRST DAY OF ISSUE / BULAWAYO'. Unaddressed. £15
RU2049 1965 Independence, essay for the proposed design (84x47mm). Hand drawn and executed on thin card much similar to the issued design, although with flagpole at right and a different Queen's portrait. Colouring likewise much as the issued stamp. No further markings although appears contemporary for the period. Most unusual. SOLD
RU2050 1965 2/6 Independence, 'Loyalists' forgery with 'Illegal' and 'Due' added to design. Vertical strip of three, a later stage in deep violet, green and yellow but both misplaced. On thicker paper without gum, crude impressions imperforate. SG 358 forgery £25
RU2051 Complete set of 15 values including 5/- Churchill, all cylinder 1A lower right corner blocks of four. Superb unmounted. An uncommon group. SG 359-373 SOLD
RU2027 ½d, upper left corner block of four running sheet no. '358', showing numerous letters of overprint weak, especially upper left stamp. Superb unmounted. SG 359 var. £15
RU2028 1d, showing curious 'halo' effect around '1d'. Superb unmounted. SG 360 var. £10
RU2029 1d, block of six showing curious 'halo' effect around '1d' of both left stamps. Superb unmounted. SG 360 vars. £15
RU2056 2d, left marginal block of 24 showing defective overprint with numerous letters broken on a number of stamps, particularly the top row. Superb unmounted. SG 361 and vars. £25
RU2057 9d, lower marginal imprint block of eight, showing blurred 'DENCE' of 'INDEPENDENCE' variety on lower right corner stamp (large batch variety). Superb unmounted. SG 365 and var. £20
RU2037 2/-, right marginal horizontal strip of three showing good rightwards shift of ochre printing, colouring in 'SOUTHERN RHODESIA". Superb unmounted. SG 368 vars. £35
RU2100 5/-, lower left corner block of four, showing defective perforation hole between each pair. Superb unmounted. SG 370 vars. £40
RU2052 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint. Upper left corner copy showing running sheet number in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 373 £8
RU2031 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint, ‘scratch through sword’ flaw (constant, row 2/1). Very fine mint. SG 373 var. £20
RU2030 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint. Upper right corner 'VALUE' block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 373 £50
RU2055 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill overprint, cylinder 1A block of four. Superb unmounted. SG 373 £50
RU2053 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint. Upper right corner 'VALUE' block of four, showing good downwards shift of the overprint, now only one cancelling bar through original '1/3'. Superb unmounted. Scarce. SG 373 vars. SOLD
RU2106 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint, on small plain cover cancelled 'SALISBURY 14 FEB 1966', airmail to South Africa. Lovely. £30
RU2107 1966 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint, on small airmail cover cancelled 'SALISBURY 14 MAY 1969', registered Express airmail to Germany. Arrival backstamps. Lovely. SOLD
RU2033 1966 5/- Harrison definitive, showing good downwards shift of the light blue printing. Superb unmounted. SG 385 var. £45
RU2032 1966 5/- Harrison definitive, showing good downwards shift of the light blue printing. Superb unmounted, striking and scarce this strong. SG 385 var. £75
RU2034 1966 5/- Harrison definitive, showing dramatic rightwards shift of the ochre printing, 'ghost' cattle. Superb unmounted, striking and very scarce this strong. SG 385 var. £250
RU2035 1966 10/- Harrison definitive, showing downwards shift of red printing. Superb unmounted. SG 386 var. £15
RU2058 1966 10/- Harrison definitive, showing downwards shift of red printing. 'CANCELLED' strike in violet. SG 386 var. £15
RU2085 1966 2/6 and 5/- CAA, two matching pieces each with both values and presumably cut from First Day covers. Showing blue vertical line in top margin of each duty respectively. Superb CTO. SG 395, 396 and vars. £15
RU2065 Original set of 11 values, cylinder '1A' blocks of four. Superb unmounted. SG 397-407 SOLD
RU2061 1/3 JH4 printing. Lower left corner block of four showing cylinder '1A' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 403 £10
RU2075 1/3 JH4 printing. Upper left corner block of four showing colour dots in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 403 £8
RU2062 2/- JH4 printing. Lower right corner block of four showing cylinder '1A' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 404 £10
RU2067 2/- JH4 printing. Upper left corner block of four showing colour blocks in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 404 £10
RU2068 5/- JH4 printing. Upper left corner block of four showing colour blocks in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 405 £15
RU2083 5/- JH4 printing. Showing large blue spot in oval at right (constant, cylinder 1A row 5/2). Superb unmounted and CTO examples. SG 405 vars. £20
RU2039 5/- JH4 printing. Lower marginal cylinder '1B' copy showing 'branded cow' flaw, (constant, row 6/8 cylinder 1B). Superb unmounted. SG 405 var. SOLD
RU2069 10/- JH4 printing. Upper left corner block of four showing colour blocks in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 406 £45
RU2060 10/- JH4 printing. Upper marginal vertical pair showing red blob in 'D' flaw (constant row 2/4). Hinged on margin stamps superb unmounted. SG 406 and var. £50
RU2063 £1 JH4 printing. Lower right corner block of four showing cylinder '1A' numbers in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 407 £60
RU2070 £1 JH4 printing. Upper right corner block of four showing 'VALUE' and running sheet number '1004' in margin. Superb unmounted. SG 406 £60
RU2059 5/-, 10/- and £1 JH4 printings. Each with 'CANCELLED' strikes (internal Post Office accounting). SG 405-407 £20
RU2066 1d, experimental printing dri gum. Lower left corner block of four showing cylinder '2B' numbers in margin. Hinged on margin stamps superb unmounted. Scarce. SG unlisted £50
RU2072 6d, trial printing, brown gum supreme chromo paper (flourescent). Upper right corner proving sheet number block, '2 033'. Hinged on upper margin stamps very fine unmounted. Very scarce, one of 55 possible. SG unlisted £400
RU2071 6d, trial printing, white esparto paper. Lower left corner block of four showing cylinder '1A' numbers in margin. Uncommon, 79 sheets printed. Superb unmounted. SG unlisted £80
RU2073 6d, trial printing, white esparto paper. Lower marginal block of four showing imprint in margin. Superb unmounted. 155 sheets printed. SG unlisted £60
RU2036 1/3, trial printing, German brown gum. Superb unmounted. SG unlisted £15
RU2077 1/3, trial printing, German brown gum. Upper left 'traffic light' block of four. Superb unmounted. Uncommon. SG unlisted £90
RU2076 1/3, trial printing German brown gum. Upper right proving sheet number block of four showing '2 079' in margin. Superb unmounted. Scarce. SG unlisted £150
RU2078 1/3, trial printing German brown gum. Upper right proving sheet number block of four showing '2 036' in margin. Superb CTO with 'FIRST DAY OF ISSUE / 1 NOV 1966' central datestamp. Scarce. SG unlisted SOLD
RU2074 1/3, trial printing, German cream gum. Right marginal block of four. Superb unmounted. SG unlisted £30
RU2038 5/-, trial printing on JH3 paper. Right marginal. Superb unmounted. SG unlisted (see footnote) £15
RU2079 5/-, trial printing on JH3 paper. Upper right corner block of four showing 'VALUE' and running sheet number 001 in margin. Superb unmounted. Delightful. SG unlisted (see footnote) £100
RU2064 10/-, trial printing on JH3 paper. Lower right corner block of four showing cylinder '1A' in margin. Superb unmounted. Very scarce. SG unlisted (see footnote) SOLD
RU2080 10/-, trial printing on JH3 paper. Lower right corner block of six showing cylinder '1B' in margin. Hinged on two stamps otherwise superb unmounted. Very scarce. SG unlisted (see footnote) £300
RU2082 £1, trial printing on JH3 paper. Upper marginal block of four, each stamp showing a ‘ring’ (litho) flaw in differing positions. Superb unmounted. Most unusual. SG unlisted (see footnote) £250
RU2081 £1, trial printing on JH3 paper. Lower right corner block of six showing cylinder '1B' in margin. Superb unmounted. Very scarce. SG unlisted (see footnote) £450
RU2084 1967-68 Dual Currency. Complete set of five values in imprint pairs. Superb unmounted. SG 408-412 £30
RU2086 1967 4d Nature Conservation (Elephant), showing 'serif on 'E' of 'RHODESIA' flawbirds nest' flaw (constant, row 5/1 both cylinders). Superb unmounted. SG 420 var. SOLD
RU2087 1970 2½c decimal definitive, early printings on brown gum. Cylinder '1A' and '1B' blocks of four showing the original colour dot sequence plus the later changed. Superb unmounted. Difficult. SG 441 £15
RU791 1970 $1 decimal definitive, horizontal pair with thick black vertical cancelling bars plus machine datestamps, Post Office training stamps. Most unusual. SG 451 £35
RU2090 1970 15c Mother Patrick, imprint block of six. Superb unmounted. SG 457 £8
RU2089 1972 13c Moffat, imprint block of six. Superb unmounted. SG 469 £6
RU2091 1972 Prevent Pollution, set of four imprint blocks of six. Superb unmounted. SG 470-473 £8
RU2088 1974 5c definitive, two lower marginal blocks, the first original printing showing the imprint across four stamps and the later printing with the imprint larger across six stamp. Superb unmounted. Uncommon. SG 493 £15
RU2097 1974-78 definitive, complete set of original, new values, surcharges and later printings on white or white fluorescent papers, complete set of 35 values. Cylinder '1A' blocks of four. Superb unmounted. A very difficult group complete. SG 489-508, 526-528 and unlisted £150
RU2098 1974-78 definitive, complete set of original, new values, surcharges and later printings on white or white fluorescent papers, complete set of 35 values. Cylinder '1B' blocks of four. Superb unmounted. A very difficult group complete. SG 489-508, 526-528 and unlisted £150
RU2149 1978 definitive, set of 15 lower right corner blocks of four all showing running sheet number 'PTC 120'. Superb unmounted. SG 555-569 £12
RU2099 1965 - 1976, a complete run of the postage dues issued during this period. Including 1965 1d roulette 5 and 9 on white paper, 2d and 4d fluorescent papers, the decimal types with all papers/gums brown, white and white fluorescent plus 5c brown shade. Superb unmounted. A remarkably difficult assembly. SG D8-unlisted £60
RU2092 1976 1c, 2c, 5c and 6c postage dues, later printings on white gummed paper. The complete set of four values cylinder '1A' blocks of four. Superb unmounted. Uncommon group. SG unlisted £40
RU2093 1976 1c, 2c, 5c and 6c postage dues, later printings on white gummed paper. The complete set of four values cylinder '1B' blocks of four. Superb unmounted. Uncommon group. SG unlisted £40
RU1919 1977 13th June, cover underpaid at 1c machine cancelled BULAWAYO, locally addressed. Struck with instructional 'UNDELIVERED FOR REASON STATED' cachet indicated as 'INSUFFICIENT ADDRESS'. Endorsed in red 'T 6' and then applied with three 2c PRINTED ON GUMMED SIDE decimal dues (SG D19a), cancelled 'BELLEVUE 14 JUN 1977'. Philatelic although still a most unusual and very scarce useage of these. P.F.S.A. certificate (1981). SOLD
RU2094 1970 46c booklet, second printing with front cover not pre-folded at staple edge. C type panes imperforate right margins. Fine and complete. SG SB9 (second printing) £8
RU2121 1965 11th November, printed cover 'RHODESIAN INDEPENDENCE' / 'FROM THE HOME OF THE PRIME MINISTER OF RHODESIA, The Hon. I. D. SMITH'. Bearing SG QE II 3d definitive cancelled 'SELUKWE', locally addressed. Very fine and most unusual. £45
RU2122 1965 11th November, cover bearing pair QEII ½d definitives cancelled 'BUHERA 11th November 1965', printed at left 'RHODESIA INDEPENDENCE (etc.)'. Uncommon. £25
RU2126 1965 8th December, cover bearing Independence 2/6 (SG 358), cancelled 'FIRST DAY OF ISSUE / SALISBURY' and sent registered airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with green cachet, 'INVALID STAMPS USED / POSTAGE DUE' endorsed '3/6'. Apparently no further action taken and allowed. Fine and attractive. £20
RU2128 1965 23rd December, printed commemoration cover bearing Independence 2/6 (SG 358), cancelled 'SALISBURY' and sent airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with two boxed green cachets, 'STAMPS NOT VALID' and 'MORE TO PAY' endorsed '2-6', then applied with GB 2/6 due. Fine and attractive. £20
RU2123 1966 11th January, cover bearing Independence 2/6 block of four (SG 358), machine cancelled in violet 'SALISBURY' and with cds below. 'GOOD LUCK RHODESIA' label upper left, addressed to London. No charge markings although applied with GB 2/6 due. Attractive. £35
RU2131 1966 13th January, cover bearing Independence 2/6 (SG 358), cancelled 'MASHABA', sent airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with green rectangular 'INVALID STAMPS USED' cachet endorse '2/6', then applied with GB 3d, 4d, 5d, 6d and 1s dues. Attractive. £20
RU2119 1966 17th January, printed First Day cover bearing complete set of the Independence overprints (less Churchill), cancelled 'SALISBURY'. Sent registered to England and upon arrival struck with green boxed 'INVALID STAMPS USED / POSTAGE DUE' endorsed '6/-'. Reverse duly applied with GB 1/- and 5/- dues. Attractive. £75
RU2120 1966 17th January, printed First Day cover bearing complete set of the Independence overprints with 5/- Churchill and not Cattle, cancelled 'SALISBURY'. Sent registered airmail to London and upon arrival struck with small violet boxed 'STAMP(S) NOT VALID WHERE POSTED / TO PAY' endorsed '4/3'. However, this apparently ignored and reverse applied with GB 2/6 and £1 x two dues. Attractive and most unusual. £90
RU2102 1966 17th January, reduced coloured image of the Declaration of Independence, bearing at upper right 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint (SG 373), cancelled 'SALISBURY 17 JAN 1966' on the first day of issue. Most attractive. £75
RU2124 1966 17th January, cover bearing Independence 2/6 (SG 358), machine cancelled 'BINDURA' and addressed to England. Further with 'GOOD LUCK RHODESIA' 1966 Publicity label (tied), and upon arrival struck with green rectangular 'INVALID STAMPS USED / POSTAGE DUE' cachet endorsed '2/6'. Duly applied with GB 2/6 due. Fine and attractive. £20
RU2130 1966 17th January, cover bearing Independence 2/6 (SG 358), cancelled 'SALISBURY' and sent airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with green rectangular 'STAMPS NOT VALIDUSED' and further 'MORE TO PAY' cachet endorsed '2/3'. Duly applied on reverse with GB 3d and 4d x six dues. Fine and attractive. £20
RU2129 1966 2nd February, cover bearing 1/3 Independence overprint (SG 367) and 'GOOD LUCK RHODESIA' label upper left, cancelled 'WATERFORD - BULAWAYO', addressed to England. Then struck with green rectangular 'INVALID STAMPS USED' cachet endorsed '2/6' and duly applied with GB due. SOLD
RU2127 1966 2nd February, cover bearing Independence overprint 9d block of four (SG 365), cancelled 'UMTALI' and sent registered to England. Upon arrival struck with green boxed 'INVALID STAMPS USED / POSTAGE DUE' and endorsed '1/3'. Duly applied with GB 3d and 1/- dues. Attractive. £25
RU2125 1966 2nd February, cover bearing Independence 2/6 (SG 358), cancelled 'MARLBOROUGH' and sent registered (still using Federal label) airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with boxed green cachet, 'INVALID STAMPS USED / Postage Due' endorsed 'TO PAY', then applied with GB 3d and 1/- dues. Fine and attractive. £20
RU2117 1966 9th February, printed First Day cover bearing Harrison definitive set of 14. Sent registered to Kitwe, Zambia and upon arrival endorsed in ink 'TAX 2/6d'. Duly applied with Zambian 6d and 1/- x two dues. Uncommon and most attractive. £75
RU2140 1966 14th February, cover bearing 3d Independence overprint machine cancelled 'GWELO' and addressed to Zambia. Upon arrival endorsed in pencil '210 / 2' then applied with vertical pair 3d dues cancelled 'BROKEN HILL'. Contemporary note in pencil on front 'This is the only Independence Stamp that I have seen taxed. We could be caught'. Opening tear at top and a little crumpled. SOLD
RU2132 1966 22nd February, cover bearing Independence overprint 1d and 2d (SG 360, 361), cancelled 'TURK MINE' and addressed to England. Upon arrival struck with green 'INVALID STAMPS USED / POSTAGE DUE' cachet and endorsed '16d'. Duly applied with GB 6d due. £15
RU2133 1966 29th March, cover bearing Independence overprint 6d and 9d (SG 364, 365), cancelled 'SALISBURY' and sent airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with green boxed 'STAMPS NOT VALID' and further cachet endorsed '2/6'. Duly applied with GB 2/6 due. Attractive. SOLD
RU2116 1966 printed propaganda Air Letter, 'No doubt you are worried (etc.)', however in PORTUGUESE. Very fine unused. RARE, not previously seen. £75
RU2115 1966 printed propaganda Air Letter, 'No doubt you are worried (etc.)', however in ITALIAN. Very fine unused. RARE, not previously seen. £75
RU2114 1966 printed propaganda Air Letter, 'No doubt you are worried (etc.)', however in AFRIKAANS. Very fine unused. RARE, not previously seen. £75
RU2113 1966 printed propaganda Air Letter, 'No doubt you are worried (etc.)', however in GERMAN. Very fine unused. RARE, not previously seen. £75
RU2112 1966 printed propaganda Air Letter, 'No doubt you are worried (etc.)', however in FRENCH. Very fine unused. RARE, not previously seen. £75
RU2134 1966 (? date unclear), piece cut from a 'THE GWELO TIMES' newspaper wrapper bearing Independence overprint 2d (SG 361), cancelled 'GWELO' and printed label to England. Upon arrival struck with green 'INVALID STAMPS USED / POSTAGE DUE' cachet endorsed '4d'. This presumably on a further portion of the wrapper cut away. Unusual. SOLD
RU2118 1968 11th November, printed cover for the Third Anniversary of Independence bearing complete overprint set (no Churchill). Cancelled 'SALSBURY'. Very fine and most attractive. £75
RU2105 1969 11th November, airmail cover bearing 5/- on 1/3 Churchill Independence overprint (SG 373), cancelled 'SALISBURY 11 NOV 1969' as noted on the Fourth Anniversary of Independence. Locally addressed. £45
RU2135 1970 1st May, cover (opened out for display) bearing 2c, 2½c and 3½c decimal definitive (SG 440-42) machine cancelled 'SALISBURY' sent Airmail to England. Applied with red/white printed label 'SOUTHERN RHODESIA STAMPS (etc.)' and struck with green boxed 'TO PAY / INSUFFICIENT / POSTAGE PAID' cachet endorsed '1/10'. Then applied on reverse with GB 1d x two and 4d x five dues. £20
RU2139 1970 24th August, cover bearing 15c Posta (SG 455) machine cancelled SALISBURY sent Airmail to Scotland. Applied with red/white printed label 'SOUTHERN RHODESIA STAMPS (etc.)' and struck with green instructional cachet endorsed '1/9'. Then applied with 3d, 6d and 1/- GB dues. £20
RU2136 1970 26th August, cover bearing 8c decimal definitive (SG 444) machine cancelled SALISBURY sent Airmail to England. Applied with red/white printed label 'SOUTHERN RHODESIA STAMPS (etc.)' and struck with green 'MORE TO PAY / INSUFFICIENT PREPAID / D 7' cachet. Then applied with GB 3d and 4d dues. £20
RU2138 1970 date obscured, cover bearing 5c and 10c definitives (SG 443, 445) machine cancelled HIGHLANDS sent Airmail to Scotland. Applied with red/white printed label 'SOUTHERN RHODESIA STAMPS (etc.)' and struck with violet instructional cachet endorsed '3/6'. Reverse then applied with 6d pair and 2/6 GB dues. £20
RU2137 1970 October, cover bearing 15c definitive (SG 447) machine cancelled CAUSEWAY sent Airmail to England. Upon arrival struck with green instructional cachet endorsed '3/6' and then applied with 6d and 8d strips of three GB dues. The recipient apparently refusing to pay and duly endorsed 'Refused' with the dues cancelled through in red. Then returned with red 'RETURNED LETTER OFFICE / BULAWAYO (?)' machine backstamp. Most attractive. SOLD
RU2141 1970 November, airmail cover bearing 2½c definitive, Causeway to Zambia. Upon arrival endorsed in pencil 'T2c' the applied with 2n and 5n definitives used as postage cancelled 'LUSAKA'. £25
RU2108 1971 22nd February, Airmail cover bearing 1/6 Harrison with additional pairs of 1/- and 1/6 Harrisons (=50c) paying special charge for UK delivery, and struck with double ring 'EMERGENCY / MAIL SERVICE' cachet. Upon arrival struck with small 'POSTAGE DUE' hand stamp endorsed '1p' and duly applied with QE II machin. SOLD
RU2111 1976 29th April, cover bearing 1c definitive and 3c Aloes, Airmail addressed to Mocambique. Struck with two violet straight line 'NO SERVICE' cachets, and endorsed 'R. T. S.'. £20
RU2109 1976 16th September, window envelope bearing 2½c and 1c bisect definitives. Both machine cancelled ‘SALISBURY’ indicating this practice as being allowed. Uncommon.
 
Note: on the 1st July various postal rates were increased, no postal rates remaining such that it included a ½c rate. On that same date all stamps that indicated a ½c face value were withdrawn. However, they were still valid for postage so anyone who wanted to use a 2½c would need to add an additional 1c stamp, thus overpaying by ½c. This was not of any great significance, although some people did bisect a 1c stamp to avoid over-paying. At first this was allowed, although sometime on the 16th September this was suddenly stopped and any further covers were treated as underpaid and taxed
£55
RU2110 1979 3rd April, cover applied with 'MACY'S GREEN STAMP' (not related to the US company, a local department store and their loyally saving programme). This addressed to 'Mzilikazi Police Camp' and receiving a machine 'BULAWAYO (RHODESIA excised) / SONKE SESIZAKU VOTA' datestamp. Apparently allowed although during the volatile pre-Independence period. Delightful. SOLD
RU2043 1966 Arms 10/-. Superb unmounted. Mewett 454 £5
RU2095 1965-6 Arms 3d, 1/-, 10/-, £1. Very fine used. Mewett 453-6 £25
RU2044 1966 Arms £2 right. Superb unmounted. Mewett 456 £20
RU2096 1965-6 Arms 3d, 1/-, 10/-, £1 and £2, each in an IMPERFORATE pair. Superb unmounted, a scarce and complete group of these. Mewett 451, 453-456 vars. £125
RU2040 c1967 Arms 6d black and orange perf 14½. Very fine used pen cancel. RARE. Mewett 452 £550
RU2042 c1969 Arms 6d brownish black and red-orange (perf 12½). Upper right corner vertical pair colour dots in margin, showing variety IMPERFORATE HORIZONTALLY. Without gum, very fine for these. Most attractive. Mewett 452 var. £150
RU2041 c1969 Arms 6d brownish black and red-orange (perf 12½). Horizontal strip of three showing variety IMPERFORATE BETWEEN at left and right of centre stamp, also imperforate at top and bottom. Without gum although uncreased. Mewett 452 var. £150
RU2045 1970 decimal Arms $20, perf. 12½. Fine used Mewett 470 A £8
RU2143 1968 12th February, page of a Prudential Assurance policy, reverse applied with 6d, block of four 2/-, 10/- Southern Rhodesia plus block of four £1 Rhodesia revenues. Cancelled with violet oval company cancel. Attractive. SOLD
RU2142 1969 17th April, 'Barclays Bank' cheque for Q. Q. Mines, applied with 3d revenue cancelled in violet. Unusual. SOLD
RU2146 1965 (December), printed two page 'PETROL RATIONING IDENTIFICATION CARD', issued to one J. H. Jones, as a Passenger Vehicle for 1½ Units per 7 days. Internally accounted for from January to May 1966. Folded and soiled, still most unusual. SOLD
RU2145 1966 31st January, manilla envelope applied with franking label 'RHODESIA / 5/-', and in addition with 'GOOD LUCK RHODESIA' label upper left. Addressed to England. Folded at centre. Unusual. £12
RU2144 1967 10th January, large piece cut from a manilla envelope, applied with franking label 'RHODESIA 1/- 20/-', and in addition 1967 Central African International Trade Fair label below. Somewhat creased although an unusual high value usage. £15
RU2147 1971-79 Petrol / Diesel rationing coupons. Five different. Unused. £15
RU2148 1978-79 Petrol / Diesel rationing coupons. Four different. Unused. £10
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