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AB2727 STELLALAND / Forgery of the 1884 postage issue 1d red printed in close to issued colours and perforated 13½ (instead of 12). Very fine ‘mint’ with gum. Forgery of SG 1 £15
AA4192 1888 3d lilac and black. Superb fresh unmounted. SG 12 £12
AA4193 1888 3d pale reddish lilac and black. Superb and fresh unmounted. A scarce shade, especially this fine. SG 12a £120
AA4194 1887 5/- green and black. Superb and fresh mint with barest trace of hinge. Very scarce in this condition. SG 18 £130
AA4195 1891 2d grey-green and carmine. Upper marginal block of four, very fine unmounted. SG 34 £140
AA4196 1920 Bradbury Wilkinson 5/- rose-carmine. Upper right corner example, hinged on margin stamp very fine unmounted, minor gum bends. SG 89 £165
AB2733 1953 QEII Coronation 2d black and brown. Lower right corner plate ‘1B 3B’ block of four. Superb fresh unmounted mint. SG 142 £15
AB2732 1892 (7th January), printed Standard Bank envelope addressed to the Cape bearing single 2d bistre (SG 32) tied by a ‘555’ BONC with proving VRYBURG (JA 7) single circle datestamp alongside. MIDLAND T.P.O. DOWN (JA 9) and Port Elizabeth (JA 9) transit / arrival backstamps. The reverse with wax seal of the bank and the envelope with some crumpling otherwise a fine and scarce example of this stamp used alone on cover. SOLD
AB2730 1894 (26th February), GB QV 1d brown postal stationery card overprinted for British Bechuanaland. Addressed to Christiana ZAR. The imprinted stamp is cancelled with a ‘637’ BONC and with a proving strike of the TAUNGS BECHUANALAND (FE 26) single circle datestamp below. Kimberley (FE 27) and partial Christiana ZAR squared octagon transit datestamps both struck on the front of the card. £125
AB2731 1895 (26th July), Cape QV 1d chestnut postal stationery card overprinted for British Bechuanaland (BBS PC8 / H&G 5). The imprinted stamp is cancelled with a MAFEKING (JY 26) squared circle datestamp. Addressed to the Cape with Cape Town (JY 29) arrival backstamp. The reverse with printed bank correspondence. £45
AB2729 1895 (3rd September), envelope addressed to Bulawayo bearing a single QV ‘Jubilee’ 1d lilac (SG 33) tied by a MAFEKING (SP 3) squared circle datestamp. Sent unsealed, though it is unclear if this indicates a 1d rate. Small tear at base, otherwise fine. £110
AB2728 1897 (16th September), GB 1d vermilion postal stationery card overprinted ‘British Bechuanaland’ and surcharged ‘THREE HALF PENCE’ (H&G 8). Addressed to Mafeking and cancelled with a ‘390’ Barred Oval Numeral Canceller with proving strike of MOCHULI (SP 16) single circle datestamp below. Also showing Mafeking (SP 17) single circle arrival datestamp struck at lower left. Very scarce proving card with the uncommon alternative spelling of MOCHULI for Mochudi. £250
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