RECENT ACQUISITIONS
ASCENSION (1)
NORTHERN RHODESIA (111)
B.C.A. / NYASALAND (1)
ORANGE FREE STATE / RIVER COLONY (5)
BASUTOLAND (3)
RHODESIA AND NYASALAND (55)
BECHUANALAND (104)
RHODESIA BSA COMPANY (12)
BRITISH LEVANT (2)
RHODESIA UDI (53)
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE / GRIQUALAND (12)
SELECTED NON AFRICA (51)
FALKLAND ISLANDS (13)
SOUTH AFRICA (5)
FRENCH COLONIES (8)
SOUTH WEST AFRICA (150)
KENYA, UGANDA AND TANGANYIKA (2)
SOUTHERN RHODESIA (121)
MAURITIUS (4)
SWAZILAND / NEW REPUBLIC (1)
MOROCCO AGENCIES (35)
TANGANYIKA (4)
NATAL / ZULULAND (23)
Z.A.R. / TRANSVAAL (17)
NIGERIA (1)
ZIMBABWE (5)
T1836 1902 KEVII watermark Crown CA 5/- black and purple on yellow. BLOCK OF FOUR Block of four with interpanneau margin at right. One with minor gum wrinkles, otherwise superb fresh unmounted mint. Scarce. SG 254 SOLD
T1837 1902 KEVII watermark Crown CA 10/- black and purple on red. Right marginal example, superb fresh unmounted mint. SG 255 SOLD
T1838 1902 KEVII watermark Crown CA 10/- black and purple on red. Lower right corner marginal example. Some marginal faults, the stamp is superb fresh unmounted mint. SG 255 £120
T1839 1903 KEVII watermark Crown CA 2/- grey-black and yellow. BLOCK OF FOUR, very fine fresh mint with light hinge remnants on the upper pair, the lower pair is unmounted. Very scarce. SG 257 SOLD
T1845 1903 KEVII Watermark Crown CA £1 green and violet. BLOCK OF FOUR, very fine or superb fresh mint with light hinge remnant on upper pair only, the lower pair is unmounted. Extremely rare, with very few multiples recorded. SG 258 SOLD
T1840 1906 KEVII watermark multiple Crown CA 2/- (greyish) black and (deep) yellow. BLOCK OF FOUR, superb fresh unmounted mint. Very scarce and most attractive. SG 268 SOLD
T1841 1906 KEVII watermark multiple Crown CA 2/- (greyish) black and yellow. BLOCK OF FOUR, one with light corner gum crease, otherwise superb fresh unmounted mint. Very scarce and most attractive. SG 268 £225
T1842 1904 KEVII watermark multiple Crown CA 5/- black and purple on yellow. BLOCK OF FOUR, very fine or superb fresh unmounted mint, with only the lower pair showing a light hinge trace. Very scarce. SG 270 SOLD
T1843 1907 KEVII watermark multiple Crown CA. 10/- black and purple on red. A lower marginal example showing plate number ‘1’. Very fine mint with light hinge remnants. Very scarce. SG 271 £175
MT122 1908 KEVII £1 green and violet on chalk-surfaced paper. Left marginal very fine unmounted. SG 272a £450
T1846 1908 KEVII watermark multiple Crown CA £1 green and violet on chalk-surfaced paper. BLOCK OF FOUR with interpanneau margin at left. Superb unmounted mint. Extremely rare, with very few multiples recorded. SG 272a SOLD
T1844 INTERPROVINCIAL USE 1908 watermark multiple Crown CA KEVII £1 green and violet on chalk-surfaced paper. BLOCK OF FOUR, fine used with Johannesburg (12 Aug 13) double circle datestamps (interprovincial use). SG 272a / SG Z153 £160
T1847 1905-09 KEVII ½d, 1d, 2d and 2½d. Complete set of four, very fine fresh mint. SG 273-276 £20
MT123 1905 KEVII ½d yellow-green. Block of four from the centre of the pane with interpanneau margin at left and horizontally between, latter showing the 'pillar' design. Light marginal faults otherwise superb unmounted. Scarce. SG 273 £45
T1835 BOOKLET 1909 KEVII 2s.6d. booklet, stapled at left, still containing two examples of the KEVII ½d yellow-green and three of the 1d scarlet (SG 273, 274). The cover and interleaves with creasing and some staining, though a presentable example of this booklet which is a great rarity in any condition. SG SB3 / Mathews Type E/F
 
Note: unlike the 2s.7d. booklets, this booklet has no printed text on the inside or back covers. Mathews (p121) states “The author has never seen a booklet from issues E and F”
£1,250
NA443 1885 (May), incoming mourning cover from England bearing QV 6d dull green (SG 194) tied by a Sidmouth (14 May) squared circle datestamp. Addressed to “Alan E. Ede Esqre / Post Office / Newcastle / Natal / South Africa” and endorsed “viâ Dartmouth / Pr ‘Hawarden Castle’ / May 15, 1885”. Upon arrival in Natal, the cover was readdressed to “Barberton Moodies” (ZAR). The postage to the ZAR was receipted by the affixing of a single Natal QV 4d brown (SG 102) tied by a Newcastle (11 June) single circle datestamp. Dartmouth (15 May), G.P.O. Natal (17 July), Newcastle (21 July), Pretoria ? / Zuid Afrika transit / arrival backstamps. A very fine and scarce example of redirected mail, especially to the ZAR goldfields. Alan Ede along with Sam Newmarsh, J T Rimer and R Otto discovered the Umvoti Reef early in 1884. £275
T1834 REVENUE KEVII 2/6 imperforate colour trial printed in dull purple and blue on gummed, watermarked Crown CC paper. Affixed to piece of backing paper (probably ex Appendix sheet D). Fine and most attractive. Very scarce. SOLD
- back to the top of this page -
HOME PAGE
I
TERMS
I
CONTACT US
I
CURRENCY CONVERTOR
I
LINKS