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SA6484 1925 6d Airmail. Showing variety COMPLETE OFFSET ON REVERSE. Very fine unmounted. Scarce. SG 28 var. (UHB 18 V3) £250
AS510 REVENUE / Interprovincial Period 1912 (March) portion of ledger page showing details of legal services provided with relevant stamp duty affixed alongside. The duty receipted with an assortment of provincial KEVII revenue issues used together, including Cape (2/-, 2/6, 10/-), ORC (2/-, £2.10s) and a Transvaal 3d postage issue. Each stamp individually cancelled with manuscript date ‘6/3/12’ or ‘29/3/12’ and initials. An attractive and colourful combination perfectly illustrating interprovincial usage. £65
AS511 REVENUE / Interprovincial Period 1912 (April) portion of ledger page showing details of legal services provided with relevant stamp duty affixed alongside. The duty receipted with an assortment of provincial KEVII revenue issues used together, including Cape (5/- x 2), Natal (2/6) and Transvaal (1/- x2, £1). Each stamp individually cancelled with manuscript date ‘16/4/12’ or ‘19/4/12’ and initials. An attractive and colourful combination perfectly illustrating interprovincial usage. £65
AS512 REVENUE / Interprovincial Period 1912 (October), portion of ledger page showing details of legal services provided with relevant stamp duty affixed alongside. The duty receipted with an assortment of provincial KEVII revenue issues used together, including Cape (5/-, £1), Natal (1/-) and ORC (2/6 x 2). Each stamp individually cancelled with manuscript date ‘9/10/12’ or ‘10/10/12’ and initials. An attractive and colourful combination perfectly illustrating interprovincial usage. £65
AS503 REVENUE 1913 KGV large format 2/6 dull green and orange. Left marginal example, diagonal gum irregularity, otherwise very fine mint. Scarce and attractive. Barefoot 6 £55
AS504 REVENUE 1931 (24th October), promissory note for £15 issued in Ladybrand. Bearing pair of KGV small format revenue 3d olive-grey and deep blue-green (year 1931 under King’s bust) tied by light Inland Revenue circular datestamps. £25
AS506 REVENUE 1934 (16th January), cheque for £1.8s issued in Victoria West. Bearing a single KGV small format revenue 2d carmine and green (year 1933 under King’s bust) tied by a large Barclays Bank cachet (22 Jan). Attractive usage. £15
AS505 REVENUE 1935 (26th August), promissory note for £55.10s.2d issued in Ladybrand. Bearing a single KGV small format revenue 1/- greenish slate and blackish lilac (year 1935 under King’s bust) tied by light Inland Revenue circular datestamp and with manuscript initials. £20
AS509 REVENUE 1936 (16th May), insurance renewal receipt for £9.11s.3dissued in Britstown. Bearing KGV small format revenue 1/- (pair) and 6d (all with year 1935 under King’s bust), tied by company datestamp and each with manuscript initials and dated ‘16/5/36’. £25
AS508 REVENUE 1937 (16th August), acknowledgement / receipt for £405 in respect of shares sold in Johannesburg. Bearing a single KGV small format revenue 5/- greenish slate and slate-green (year 1937 under King’s bust) tied by company datestamp (13 Aug). £25
AS507 REVENUE 1938 (23rd July), document (212x340mm), the front page with printed ‘Deed of Transfer’ and large red seal. Issued at Richmond for an amount of £5066.15s and bearing nine revenue adhesives totalling £13.14s affixed to the front page, comprising KGV small format 1/-, 5/- (x2), £1, £2, £5 (x2) in combination with KGVI 6d and 2/6. All the KGV have the year ‘1937’ and the KGVI ‘1938’ under the King’s bust. All are tied by neat crowned oval Deeds Registry (23 Jul) datestamps. Most attractive. £75
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