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RU145 1966 Harrison definitive, complete set of 14 values in lower marginal blocks of eight, showing imprint in margins. Superb unmounted, a difficult group. SG 374-387 £225
RU144 1966 2d Harrison definitive, major variety YELLOW-ORANGE OMITTED. Upper stamp in a right marginal vertical pair. Superb unmounted. Striking and very scarce. SG 375a £3,250
RU139 1968 3rd August, printed 'Greetings Telegram / POST OFFICE - RHODESIA AND NYASALAND', bearing Mardon 4d definitive, machine cancelled BULAWAYO, locally addressed and then redirected airmail to Johannesburg. Bulawayo acceptance strike on reverse, this dated 2nd August, and then entering the postal system due to the redirection. Opening fault at top. Most unusual. £45
RU134 1969 20th May, cover sent stampless machine cancelled 'BULAWAYO', addressed to the Government Hospital. Applied at lower left with Harrison definitive 5/- (SG 385), this most unusual struck with large 'CANCELLED' handstamp. No indication as to why this was used, highly unusual and not previously seen. £85
RU143 1969 19th June, 1d to £1 definitive issue available at the time, being a mixture of both Harrison and Mardon printings, applied to eight similar covers and all addressed airmail to England. £30
RU140 c1970 gilt edged cream card printed at top with embossed Arms of Rhodesia, printed in black. £15
RU141 c1970 white card printed at top with Arms and 'RHODESIA' below, printed in black. £10
RU98 1970 2nd February, cover bearing Mardon 3d and 2/6 / 25c dual currency (SG 399, 412), each cancelled 'HARARI' and sent registered airmail to England. transit and arrival backstamps. A most unusual commercial usage. £45
RU97 1970 2nd February, FRONT only of a registered stationery envelope, bearing Mardon 9d definitives x two (SG 402), cancelled 'BASERA', addressed to Salisbury. A most uncommon office as such. £25
RU100 1970 2nd March, printed cover for Rhodesia as a Republic, bearing $2 decimal definitive illustrating the new flag (SG 452), cancelled 'SALISBURY'. It was this action that brought about the second period of the UK regarding Rhodesian stamps as illegal and subject to charge. SOLD
RU138 1978 3rd May, registered stationery envelope bearing 8c and 16c definitives, cancelled 'KAMBANI WANKIE' datestamp, addressed to Bulawayo. Plain registration label hand stamped in violet. Most unusual. £25
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