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MB159 1933 KGV definitives, complete set of ten, ½d to 10/-. Diagonally perforated 'SPECIMEN'. 6d to 10/- lower marginal, very fine and fresh unmounted. Exceptional. SG 1s-10s £450
MB157 1933 KGV definitives, complete set of ten, ½d to 10/-. All marginal, to 5/- upper and 10/- lower showing part imprint. Pristine unmounted. Very scarce as such.. SG 1-10 £450
MB158 1954 QEII definitives. ½d to 10/-, complete set of eleven values, each is a lower right corner copy showing plate number in margins. Superb fresh unmounted mint. Delightful. SG 43-53 £110
AM900 LESOTHO 1966 QEII definitive surcharges R1 black and maroon. Lower right corner block of 15 (5x3) showing plate numbers and part of the imprint. Superb fresh unmounted mint. SG 120A £60
AM899 LESOTHO 1966 QEII definitive surcharges R1 black and maroon. Upper right corner marginal strip of three. Two stamps showing partially omitted letters of overprint due to dry or uneven inking. Superb fresh unmounted mint. SG 120A var. £65
AM897 Revenue 1961 (5th September), Diamond Dealer’s License (190x325mm). Bearing, on the reverse, R20 in duty, comprising twenty examples of the R1 surcharge on £5 green and black revenue issue in TWO BLOCKS OF TEN. All stamps are neatly cancelled with large DISTRICT COMMISSIONER’S OFFICE / 5 SEP 1961 / LERIBE, BASUTOLAND oval datestamps struck in violet. A few stamps with small tears and the document with some perimeter faults, otherwise an interesting document with an impressive array of scarce revenue stamps. (T&M 37.1)
 
Note: Trotter and Midwood had not recorded this revenue stamp used on document when compiling ‘Revenues of Southern Africa, Part 2 / Basutoland’ in 2004.
£675
AM896 Revenue 1962 (11th June), page (174x310mm) from a document bearing R36.50 in duty, comprising QEII revenue issues R10 surcharge on £5 green and black (strip of three) and 1961 New Currency R1 deep brown and green (seven, in strips of three and four, one with fault) used in combination with a postage issue 50c surcharge on 5/-. All stamps cancelled with initials and dated ‘11/6/62’ in manuscript (T&M 37.3, 39.1, SG 67a). Very fine. £325
AM901 Revenue 1963 (25th October), Diamond Dealer’s License (203x330mm). Bearing R20 in duty, comprising two examples of the QEII R10 surcharge on £5 green and black revenue issue tied by manuscript initials and large DISTRICT COMMISSIONER / 25 OCT 1963 / MASERU, BASUTOLAND oval datestamps struck in violet. (T&M 37.3). Very fine. £225
AM902 1906 (23rd October), envelope addressed to Switzerland bearing a single Cape of Good Hope KEVII ½d green (SG 70) tied by a MAFETENG (23 Oct) single circle datestamp with a second strike alongside. Cape Town (27 Oct) transit backstamp. The reverse also showing a fine ‘PARIS EV. MISSIONARY SOCIETY / Hermon. / BASUTOLAND' oval cachet. Small fault at top, otherwise a fine and scarce example of the unsealed open letter rate. £55
AM898 1949 (4th February), KGVI 4d registered postal stationery envelope (Size H2) addressed to South Africa. The imprinted stamp and additional Royal Silver Wedding 1½d (SG 36) are cancelled or tied by MOHALESHOEK BASUTOLAND (4 Feb) double circle datestamps. With MOHAL ES HOEK boxed registration cachet struck in violet at upper left. Ladybrand (7 Feb) arrival backstamp. Very fine. SOLD
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