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SOUTH AFRICA - 1915 2 1/2d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1915 2 1/2d rate 'CENSOR/CAPETOWN' cover to Holland.

1915 (APR.14.) cover addressed to Holland bearing 1/2d sytrip of five making up the 2 1/2d rate tied by PRETORIA roller strike. The cover bears red on white OPENED BY CENSOR strip at top edge and is struck by scarce violet oval CENSOR/CAPETOWN handstamp.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 use of TELEGRAM envelope complete with original telegram used at SCOTTBURGH.SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 use of TELEGRAM envelope complete with original telegram used at SCOTTBURGH.

1939 (OCT.30.) use 'J.D. & Co.' TELEGRAM envelope addressed locally complete with the original telegram form cancelled SCOTTBURGH.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1930 1d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1930 1d rate 'GONE AWAY' local cover used at JOHANNESBURG.

1930 (DE.10.) cover addressed locally bearing 1d ship adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG/ BUY UNION LONE CERTIFICATES slogan strike. Undelivered and struck by black PARTI/ GONE AWAY/VERTROKKEN strike with violet four lined billingual RETURN ADDRESSEE SHOWN ON COVER strike.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1932 SOUTH AFRICA - 1932 'INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID FOR AIRMAIL' cover to Canada used at PORT ELIZABETH.

1932 (JUN.2.) cover addressed to Canada bearing 2d and 4d adhesives tied PORT ELIZABETH and marked 'T/40c' in manuscript with scarcer violet five lined billingual 'OVER…..OZ/ INSUFFICIENTLY PAID FOR AIR MAIL' instructional strike.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 'OVER HALF OZ' tax cover to UK.

1934 (NO.20.) cover addressed to UK bearing 6d adhesive with octagonal 'T/CENTIMES' strike alongside and scarce violet two lined OVER HALF OZ/MEER AS HALF ONS strike.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 1/2d+1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 1/2d+1d 'Silver Jubilee' blocks of 4 on local cover used at MAYFAIR.

1935 (MY.1.) locally addressed cover bearing fine blocks of four of the 1/2d and 1d 'Silver Jubilee' (SG 65+66) tied by first day strikes of the MAYFAIR/JOHANNESBURG cds with one of the 1/2d values showing the ELONGATED 1 IN 1910 from Row 13/1.

£50.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 'INSUFFICIENT PAID FOR AIR MAIL' cover to Egypt used at DURBAN.

1935 (APR.23.) cover addressed to Port Said (roughly opened) bearing 3d and 6d single adhesives tied DURBAN and with violet five lined billingual OVER…..OZ/INSUFFICIENTLY PAID FOR AIR MAIL instructional h/s applied.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 'UNCLAIMED' local cover.

1935 (9.IV.) cover addressed locally bearing 1/2d and 1d single adhesives tied by POST OFFICE EXHIBITION cds and with KOHANNESBURG arrival but struck by black boxed NON RECLAIME/ UNCLAIMED/ONAFGEHAALD h/s.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 'RETURN TO SENDER' cover.

1937 (FE.26.) cover addressed to Lewis Island in the Hebrides (Scotland) bearing 1d 'ship' tied CAPE TOWN roller strike. The cover was not delivered and returned with South African UNDELIVERED FOR REASON STATED/RETURN TO SENDER h/s applied on arrival.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 'POSTED OUT OF COURSE' 4d RPSE with 2d 'Postage Due' pair applied.

1938 (JAN.25.) use of 4d blue registered postal stationery envelope addressed locally to Stellenbosch bearing 1d 'ship' adhesive tied CAPE TOWN. Underpaid and with circular 'T/4d' tax mark applied with 2d (x2) 'Postage Dues' added and additionally struck by boxed POSTED OUT OF COURSE/TO PAY billingual strike at lower left.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 underpaid cover to UK with SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 underpaid cover to UK with 'OVER 1/2oz/BO 1/2 Ons' handstamp applied.

1947 (JUL.15.) underpaid cover to UK bearing 3d and 6d single adhesives tied MEYERTON with octagonal 'T/CENTIMES' h/s at left and black boxed 'OVER 1/2oz/BO 1/2 Ons' billingual marking.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 underpaid cover to UK with SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 underpaid cover to UK with 'OVER 1/2oz/BO 1/2 Ons' handstamp.

1950 (19.1.) underpaid long cover to UK bearing Inuguration 3d (x3) cancelled JOHANNESBURG with black boxed 'OVER 1/2 oz/ BO 1/2 Ons' billigual tax mark alongside. GB 2d, 4d and 1/- 'Postage Dues' applied on arrival.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 1 1/2d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 1 1/2d rate 'V/BOMBED CITIES/RELIEF FUND' patriotic label cover to UK.

1942 (27.II.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by CAPE TOWN/V rollar strike with red and blue on white patriotic 'V/BRITAINS/BOMBED CITIES/RELIEF FUND label on reverse flap tied by inked bar from rollar.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 3d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 3d rate 'THERE ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND' patriotic label cover to USA.

1942 (DEC.9.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1d and 2d adhesives tied by JOHANNESBURG/E wavy lined rollar strike with shield shaped red, white and blue THERE ALWAYS BE AN ENGLAND patriotic label at left tied by the cancel and by red on white bilingual OPENED/BY/CENSOR label.

£50.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 1 1/2d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 1 1/2d rate 'BECAUSE THEY SERVE' patriotic label cover to UK.

1942 (JAN.11.) cover addressed to UK on pre-printed 'V' for victory envelope bearing 1/2d and 1d single adhesives tied by CAPETOWN/KAAPSTAD bilingual rollar strike with an example of the perforated BECAUSE/THEY SERVE/WE LIVE/OMDAT HULLE DIEN BESTAAN ONS patriotic label at lower left.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 3d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 3d rate 'THANK THE NAVY' patriotic label cover to UK.

1941 (AUG.20.) cover addressed to UK bearing 3d adhesive tied by PORT ELIZABETH bilingual SEND GREETINGS TELEGRAMS slogan strike with red, black and blue BUY BRITISH GOODS/ THANK THE NAVY bilingual rouletted patriotic label at lower left.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate 'BRITISH NAVY LEAGUE' patriotic label fund cover to UK.

1941 (5.V.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied JOHANNESBURG and with red, white and blue OUR FREEDON IS SECURED BY THE/BRITISH NAVY/HELP THE NAVY LEAGUE WAR FUND patriotic label at left with 'Union Jack'.

£50.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 inward underpaid cover from Argentina with 3d SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 inward underpaid cover from Argentina with 3d 'bantam' used as a postage due.

1946 inward underpaid cover from Argentina struck on arrival by circular 'T/3d' tax mark with 3d 'bantam' applied as a 'Postage Due' cancelled JOHANNESBURG/38.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1945 inward under paid cover from Kenya with 2d (x3) SOUTH AFRICA - 1945 inward under paid cover from Kenya with 2d (x3) 'bantams' added as Postage Dues.

1945 inward underpaid cover from Kenya struck by circular 'T/6d' tax mark and with 2d 'bantam' strip of three added as 'Postage Dues' on arrival. Opened on three sides.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 inward under paid cover from Ireland with 2d (x2) SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 inward under paid cover from Ireland with 2d (x2) 'Postage Dues' added.

1942 (NO.20.) inward underpaid censored cover from Ireland with MUIZENBURG arrival cds and circular 'T/2d' tax mark applied. 2d (x2) 'Postage Dues' added

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 inward under paid air letter with SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 inward under paid air letter with 'bantam' adhesives added as 'Postage Dues'.

1947 inward underpaid CANADA/AIR LETTER from Canada with circular 'T/5d' tax mark applied and 1d (x2) and 3d 'bantam' adhesives added as 'Postage Dues'.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 inward under paid postcard from Kenya with 1d bantam added as SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 inward under paid postcard from Kenya with 1d bantam added as 'Postage Due'.

1944 inward underpaid postcard from Kenya with 1d 'bantam' applied as a 'Postage Due' and cancelled CAPETOWN.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1d 'Silver Jubilee' rate postcard to Transvaal used at ROBERTS HEIGHTS.

1935 (JUN.7.) use of picture postcard addressed to Warmbaths in the Transvaal depicting various scenes of the Warmbaths Hotel bearing 'Suid Afrika' 1d 'Silver Jubilee' adhesive tied by ROBERTS HEIGHTS cds.

£20.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 'SHIPPING/CAPETOWN' maritime cover to UK.

1949 (MAY.2.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1d 'Victory' vertical pair tied by SHIPPING/SKEEPSVP/CAPETOWN cds. Light fold at left.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 CONTRIBUTE TO GENERAL SMUTS labelled 6d rate censor cover to USA.SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 CONTRIBUTE TO GENERAL SMUTS labelled 6d rate censor cover to USA.

1943 (MAY.15.) cover addressed to USA bearing 6d orange 'bantam' tied in combination with scarce 73 ON MAY 24/CONTRIBUTE TO/GENERAL SMUTS label at left by EAST LONDON/SPEND LESS slogan strike. The label is partly covered by a red on buff bilingual U.C.8/(small)/UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA/OPENED BY/CENSOR label.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 FOR OUR ALLEY MEDICAL AID FOR RUSSIA labelled 3d rate censor cover to USA.SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 FOR OUR ALLEY MEDICAL AID FOR RUSSIA labelled 3d rate censor cover to USA.

1943 (11.III.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1 1/2d brown 'bantam' pair tied in combination with red on white perforated 1d/FOR OUR ALLY/MEDICAL AID FOR RUSSIA patriotic label by JOHANNESBURG bilingual slogan strike. Red on cream SA 'U.C.8 (small)' OPENED/BY/CENSOR label at left tied on reverse by crested 'B' h/s in violet.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 HIS JOB IS OUR FIGHT labelled
1/2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 HIS JOB IS OUR FIGHT labelled 1/2d 'bantam' local cover.

1946 (23.I.) cover addressed locally to Middelburg bearing 1/2d reduced 'War Effort' adhesive tied in combination with dark blue and orange HIS JOB IS OUR FIGHT/SPRINGBOK LEGION patriotic label by JOHANNESBURG/D - POST EARLY slogan strike.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 'RETURN TO SENDER' undelivered 1 1/2d rate censor cover.

1943 (JAN.11.) cover addressed to Durban bearing 'bantam' 1 1/2d tied PIETERMARITZBURG- POST EARLY roller strike. The cover was not delivered and struck by violet RETURN TO SENDER handstamp and boxed UNDELIVERED FOR REASON STATED/RETURN TO SENDER strike. The reason for non delivery being the addressee was military and had moved on. FPO/717 b/s and a range of military h/'s including NO TRACE RAF INDIA COMMAND. Interesting cover. Red bilingual OPENED/BY/CENSOR label at right.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 use of Transvaal 4d RPSE to Cape used at BURGHERSDORP.  H&G 4a.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 use of Transvaal 4d RPSE to Cape used at BURGHERSDORP. H&G 4a.

1913 (NO.15.) use of Transvaal 4d blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) addressed to Aliwal North in the Cape (H&G 4a) tied by 'skeleton' type BURGHERSDORP cds.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 'INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID FOR AIRMAIL' cover to USA.

1952 (31.X.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2d and 2d pair tied JOHANNESBURG/1141 and struck by bilingual INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID/FOR AIRMAIL h/s in violet.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate cover to UK with 1d/HOME COMFORT patriotic label.SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate cover to UK with 1d/HOME COMFORT patriotic label.

1941 (29.XI.) cover addressed to UK (a few light surface creases) bearing 1/2d and 1d adhesives tied in combination with red, white and blue perforated 1d/ISSUED BY/HOME COMFORTS/CITY HALL/ JOHANNESBURG patriotic label by JOHANNESBURG roller strike.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 1/2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 1/2d 'Paper Rate' cover to USA with 'THIS IS IMPORTANT' label applied.

1946 (7.II.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/d green 'bantam' adhesive and scarce orange on cream THIS IS IMPORTANT label at left tied by JOHANNESBURG/POST EARLY roller strike.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 1 1/2d rate cover to UK with WE REALISE IN EAST LONDON patriotic label applied.SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 1 1/2d rate cover to UK with WE REALISE IN EAST LONDON patriotic label applied.

1942 (OKT.21.) cover addressed to UK then re-directed bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by EAST LONDON/SPEND LESS rollar strike and with red, white and blue perforated WE REALISE IN/EAST LONDON/THE SAFE ARRIVAL/OF THIS LETTER/IS DUE TO/THE BRITISH NAVY patriotic label tied by LONDON arrival cancel. A scarce label of this series only being used at East London.

£85.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate cover to UK with SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate cover to UK with 'V' for victory 'S.A.W.A.S.' label.

1941 (13.XI.) cover addressed to UK (roughly opened at left) bearing 1/2d (x3) adhesives tied by DURBAN roller strike and bearing red,white and blue 'V/SAWAS' (V for Victory) label at lower left.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1916 1d rate postcard use to Sweden with PASSED/41/CENSOR h/s applied.SOUTH AFRICA - 1916 1d rate postcard use to Sweden with PASSED/41/CENSOR h/s applied.

1916 (AUG.28.) use of picture postcard addressed to Sweden depicting 'Grey University-Bloemfontein' bearing 1d adhesive tied BLOEMFONTEIN and struck at left by violet circular PASSED/41/CENSOR handstamp.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 underpaid inward cover from Swaziland with 3d SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 underpaid inward cover from Swaziland with 3d 'Postage Due' added.

1949 underpaid inward cover from Swaziland bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by HULUTI circled in manuscript with oval 'T/3d' tax mark applied on arrival with South African 3d 'Postage Due' added and cancelled DURBAN.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - Range of 7 SOUTH AFRICA - Range of 7 'War Effort' covers to UK.

1941 range of seven covers bearing various 'War Effort' adhesives (all roughly opened at edge) and each used at DURBAN.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1/2d green PASSED CENSOR postal stationery wrapper to Norway. H&G 1.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1/2d green PASSED CENSOR postal stationery wrapper to Norway. H&G 1.

1913 1/2d green on buff postal stationery wrapper addressed to Norway (scarce) cancelled DURBAN and dated 9.JUN.16 with blue straight lined PASSED CENSOR handstamp applied. A scarce censoring of a newspaper wrapper. H&G 1.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 1/2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 1/2d 'bantam' cover to Johannesburg with THIS IS IMPORTANT label.

1946 (9.I.) long cover addressed to USA bearing 'bantam' 1/2d adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG/POST EARLY roller strike which in turn ties a red on cream THIS IS IMPORTANT label at left.

£45.00
AUSTRALIA (South Australia) - 1855 AUSTRALIA (South Australia) - 1855 'PAID/ADELAIDE' commercial entire used locally.

1855 (SP.11.) pre-printed 'Bank Of Australia' entire addressed locally and cancelled by PAID/ADELAIDE S.A. handstamp in red.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1951 SOUTH AFRICA - 1951 'RAND SHOW JOHANNESBURG' cover.

1951 (26.III.) cover addressed locally bearing a fine bilingual 1d 'ship' pair overprinted OFFICIAL tied by special oval RAND SHOW/JOHANNESBURG cancel.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 'ROYAL TOUR/H.R.H.PRINCE GEORGE' cover to Pretoria.

1934 (16.III.) cover addressed to Pretoria bearing Orange River Colony 4d adhesuve tied by special crowned oval ROYAL TOUR H.R.H. PRINCE GEORGE bilingual h/s.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 censored SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 censored 'Prisoner Of War' cover to Switzerland.

1917 cover addressed to the Red Cross in Switzerland from an inmate at the Prisoner Of War Camp in Bloemfontein with red on cream bilingual OPENED BY CENSOR/99 label at left abd struck by both violet circular PASSED/41/CENSOR and PASSED BY CENSOR/C.4. handstamp.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 (circa) censored SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 (circa) censored 'Prisoner Of War' cover to Switzerland.

1917 (circa) 'mourning' cover addressed to the Red Cross in Switzerland from an inmate at the Prisoner Of War Camp in Bloemfontein with red on cream bilingual OPENED BY CENSOR/ 99 label at lower edge and struck by both violet circular PASSED/41/CENSOR and PASSED BY CENSOR/ C.4. handstamps.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1925 2d rate cover to UK used at BURGHERSDORP.SOUTH AFRICA - 1925 2d rate cover to UK used at BURGHERSDORP.

1925 (AUG.12) cover to UK bearing 2d adhesive tied by BURGHERSDORP cds.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA  - 1925 6d rare registered cover to UK used at KEI ROAD.SOUTH AFRICA - 1925 6d rare registered cover to UK used at KEI ROAD.

1925 (Mar.20) registered cover addressed to UK bearing 6d tied KEI ROAD cds with 'R' alongside with ms. etiquette. A rare strike.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 3d rate cover to Germany used at TABASE.SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 3d rate cover to Germany used at TABASE.

1922 (NO.2.) cover addressed to Germany (light vertical fold) marked 'Via England' bearing 1d and 2d 'head' adhesives tied by TABASE/C.G.H. cds. A scarcer Trankei strike.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 inward REFUSED 3d SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 inward REFUSED 3d 'Postage Due' cover from UK.

1938 inward long cover from the UK (complete with original contents). The cover was over weight and thus taxed with a circular 'T/3d' marking and with a 3d 'Postage Due' (fault) applied and cancelled JOHANNESBURG. The recipient was not prepared to pay the charge and thus the cover was 'Refused' having a black (tri language) REFUSED handstamp applied. The cover is struck on reverse by RETURNED L.O.CAPE TOWN cds before being returned. Some overall tone spotting.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 3d rate cover to USA with SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 3d rate cover to USA with 'V/BRITAIN BOMBED CITIES' patriotic label applied.

1941 (15.XI.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1d strip of three tied by CAPETOWN bilingual roller strike and with red, white and blue perforated 'V/BRITAINS/BOMBED CITIES/RELIEF FUND patriotic label at lower left. Sent by surface mail.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 8d registered cover to UK with SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 8d registered cover to UK with 'V for VICTORY' and 'BUY BRITISH' labels applied.

1941 (20.VIII.) registered cover addressed to UK bearing a fine pair of the 4d adhesive tied by PORT ELIZABETH/61 cds sent on the first day of issue of these stamps and with scarce dark blue on pink rouletted VICTORY-VRYHEID/ V/… - (morse) patriotic label on front and a fine perforated example of the red, black and blue on white BUY BRITISH GOODS/THANK THE NAVY bilingual label on reverse flap.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 'MAKE YOU SIXPENCE FLY' aerial first flight postcard to Observatory.

1918 (OCT.7.) AERIAL POST CARD addressed locally to Observatory with 'crested flying wings' MAKE YOUR SIXPENCE FLY inscription bearing 1/2d green 'head' adhesive tied by AERIAL POST/SOUTH AFRICA cds. Some edge crumpling at right but a scarce first flight card with small message reading 'The war will soon be over'.

£125.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 AERIAL POST CARD SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 AERIAL POST CARD 'Make Your Sixpence Fly' first flight card to Cape Town.

1918 (NOV.22.) 'Red Cross' AERIAL POST CARD addressed to Cape Town cancelled by AERIAL POST cds. A scarce RAF 'Make Your Sixpence Fly' flight card.

£125.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 censored LETTER CARD to UK used at PORT ALICE.SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 censored LETTER CARD to UK used at PORT ALICE.

1944 (MAR.22.) use of FORMULA blue on buff postal stationery letter card addressed to UK bearing 6d 'bantam' adhesive tied PORT ALICE/S.AFRICA with red on cream bilingual OPENED/BY/CENSOR label at top edge tied by crested 'C' censor applied at Durban.

£20.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 inward censored SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 inward censored 'ACTIVE SERVICE' green cross envelope to Johannesburg.

1942 (circa) inward (A.F.W3078) ACTIVE SERVICE green cross envelope bearing GB 1/2d (x5) and 2 1/2d (x3) adhesives tied by indistinct cds with crowned PASSED BY CENSOR h/s at lower left.

£20.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 'ON ACTIVE SERVICE' green cross envelope used at EGYPT/34 to Durban.

1941 (NO.12.) inward (M.F.F.In.2) ON ACTIVE SERVICE green cross envelope bearing 4d and 6d adhesives tied by EGYPT/34/PRE PAID cancel.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 'ON ACTIVE SERVICE' green cross envelope used at EGYPT/93 to South Africa.

1943 (MA.24.) use of (M.E.F. In.2) ON ACTIVE SERVICE green cross envelope addressed to South Africa bearing 3d 'bantam' block of four cancelled by EGYPT/93/PRE PAID cancel.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 4d (x60) official stamp envelope (no stamps).SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 4d (x60) official stamp envelope (no stamps).

1926 4d black on buff official stamp envelope with original red wax seal on reverse side pre- printed '60/4d/POSSEEL'. This envelope originally contained 60 copies of the 4d grey-blue 'triangle' (SG 33) adhesive and was issued to the Post Offices in this form. Very scarce.

£85.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 'PASSED BY CENSOR' S.A.R.SANDYMOUNT 961 local railway cover.

1918 (OCT.31.) stampless cover (edge creasing) addressed locally to Pietermaritzburg cancelled by S.A.R.SANDYMOUNT 961 cds (South African Railways) with scarce black on pink PASSED BY CENSOR label at top edge.

£85.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 'ROYAL TOUR' cover to Pretoria.

1934 (16.III.) cover addressed to Pretoria bearing 3d blue 'head' adhesive marginal block of four struck by bilingual SOUTH AFRICA/ROYAL TOUR handstamp in black with PRETORIA arrival b/s.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1/2d yellow green PSC to Germany uprated and used at P.O.FRANKFORT.  H&G 1.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1/2d yellow green PSC to Germany uprated and used at P.O.FRANKFORT. H&G 1.

1913 1/2d yellow green on cream postal stationery postcard addressed to Germany cancelled by scarce s/r P.O.FRANKFORT cds dated AP.9.14. H&G 1.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 TELEGRAM envelope used at DOORNFONTEIN.SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 TELEGRAM envelope used at DOORNFONTEIN.

1937 (NO.8.) black on bright salmon TELEGRAM envelope addressed locally and cancelled by DOORMFONTEIN/JOHANNESBURG cds.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1920 (circa) 6d red SOUTH AFRICA - 1920 (circa) 6d red 'DISCOUNT STAMP' in a mint block of four.

1920 (circa) red on white perforated 6d DISCOUNT STAMP/COMPANY adhesive in a fine block of four overprinted BLOEMFONTEIN/410 sideways in black. Some original gum but with a hint of the stamps having stuck to backing paper. Minor faults but a scarce block.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1923 1d rate postcard use to Transvaal used at PARIJS.SOUTH AFRICA - 1923 1d rate postcard use to Transvaal used at PARIJS.

1923 (MAR.7.) use of picture postcard addressed to Transvaal depicting 'Road Bridge over Vaal River, Parys in OFS' bearing 1d 'head' adhesive tied by PARIJS cds. A late use of this cancel.

£22.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1936 SOUTH AFRICA - 1936 'EMPIRE EXHIBITION' cover to Edenville.

1936 (15.IX.) cover addressed locally to Edenville in the former OFS (a little grubby) bearing 1/2d 'springbok' adhesive tied in combination with red and green on gold EMPIRE EXHIBITION label by EXPIRE EXHIBITION JOHANNESBURG roller strike. Marked 'First Day'.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1916 unpaid postcard with UNSTAMPED h/s and 1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1916 unpaid postcard with UNSTAMPED h/s and 1d 'Postage Due' added.

1916 (JAN.7.) use of unstamped picture postcard addressed locally depicting 'Devils Peak and Table Mountain' cancelled by EAST LONDON/SOUTH/AFRICA/2 cds and struck by large '1d' tax mark in black with scarce bilingual boxed UNSTAMPED handstamp in blue with 1d 'Post due' adhesive added (SG D2) tied by DORDRECHT cds three days later.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1916 SOUTH AFRICA - 1916 'S.A. Overseas Expeditionary Force' RECEIVED FROM H.M.SHIP cover to UK.

1916 (JAN.14.) stampless cover addressed to UK marked 'South African Overseas Expeditionary Force' in manuscript and struck by black boxed RECEIVED FROM H.M.SHIP/NO CHARGE TO BE RAISED h/s and with LONDON arrival.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 4d RPSE used at SPRINGS underpaid with 2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1918 4d RPSE used at SPRINGS underpaid with 2d 'Postage Due' pair added.

1918 4d blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (H&G 2a) addressed to Cape Town and bearing 1d 'ship' on front and 4d 'air' on reverse side cancelled by SPRINGS cds dated 29.AUG.29. The cover was under paid and received a 2d 'Postage Due' pair on arrival and cancelled by CAPETOWN/CAAPSTAD 2 cds.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 6d REVENUE pair U/M with language error.SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 6d REVENUE pair U/M with language error.

1946 6d blue and orange 'REVENUE' vertical unmounted mint bilingual adhesive pair showing the error REVENUE TRANSPOSED. (English on Afrikaans issue and IKOMSTE on English version). A scarcer language error.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1948 3d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1948 3d rate 'BRITISH CENSORSHIP 5090' cover to Germany.

1948 (28.I.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 3d single adhesive tied KNTSNA with black on cream crowned continuous OPENED BY/EXAMINER censor label at left tied on the front by violet circular BRITISH CENSORSHIP/GERMANY/5090 strike.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1899 1d lilac and black SOUTH AFRICA - 1899 1d lilac and black 'ARMY/TELEGRAPHS' used. SG AT3.

1899 1d lilac and black 'un-appropriated die' issue with ARMY/TELEGRAPHS in tablet in fine used condition. Used during the Boer War. SG AT3.

£5.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1899 2d lilac and blue SOUTH AFRICA - 1899 2d lilac and blue 'ARMY/TELEGRAPHS' used. SG AT4.

1899 2d lilac and blue 'un-appropriated die' issue with ARMY/TELEGRAPHS in tablet in fine used condition. Used during the Boer War. SG AT4.

£6.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 cover to Germany with SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 cover to Germany with 'MILITARY CENSOR/CIVIL MAILS' h/s applied.

1946 (4.V.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 3d and 1/- 'bantam' adhesives tied by CAPE TOWN/ POST EARLY slogan strike and with OPENED BY/MIL.CEN. CIVIL MAILS censor label at left with PSS.2411. 8.45.2000M imprint tied on the front by violet circulat MILITARY CENSORSHIP/20011/CIVIL MAILS h/s.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1954 1d rate (Exhibition) TEKWINI ELICANE local cover with label.SOUTH AFRICA - 1954 1d rate (Exhibition) TEKWINI ELICANE local cover with label.

1954 (2.VII.) cover endorsed 'Durban Centenary/Industrial exhibition' addressed locally and bearing 1/2d 'springbok' pair tied by special TEKWINI ELINCANE fair cancel in Zulu language and with multi coloured 1854-1953 DURBAN commenoration perfortade label applied.

£25.00
SOUTRH AFRICA - 1954 1d rate (Exhibition) TEKWINI ELINCANE local cover.SOUTRH AFRICA - 1954 1d rate (Exhibition) TEKWINI ELINCANE local cover.

1954 (6.VII.) illustrated 'Durban Centenary Industrial Exhibition and Fair' cover addressed locally bearing 1d 'ship' tied by special TEKWINI ELINCANE fair cancel in the Zulu language.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 'BRITISH CENSORSHIP/GERMANY' cover to Germany used at JOHANNESBURG.

1947 (21.IX.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 1/- adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG roller strike with black on white OPENED BY/EXAMINER 605 censor label at left tied on the front by violet crowned BRITISH CENSORSHIP/5092/GERMANY. A nice censored cover after WWII.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 'US CIVIL CENSORSHIP/GERMANY' cover to Germany used at JOHANNESBURG.

1946 (16.VIII.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 3d adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG/SAVE MEAL AND BREAD slogan strike with clear OPENED BY/MIL.CEN-CIVIL MAILS censor label at left tied on the front by blue crested US CIVIL CENSORSHIP/PASSED 30144/GERMANY handstamp. Interesting censored mail after WWII.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 6d blue RPSE to Germany uprated at KOSTER.  H&G 5a.SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 6d blue RPSE to Germany uprated at KOSTER. H&G 5a.

1922 6d blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) addressed to Germany bearing additional 1d adhesive and cancelled KOSTER/TRANSVAAL and dated 24.JUL.23. H&G 5a.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1919 SOUTH AFRICA - 1919 'Prisoner Of War' stampless cover to Australia.

1919 (SEP.19.) stampless cover addressed to Adelaide in Australia (minor faults) marked 'Service Des PrisonnielsDe Guerre' and cancelled by DURBAN roller strike. Signed at lower left. An unusual late use of Prisoner Of War mail from held inmate in South Africa after WWI.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 inward under paid postcard from UK with 1 1/2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 inward under paid postcard from UK with 1 1/2d 'Postage Due' added.

1922 inward underpaid postcard from UK with black circular 'T/ 1 1/2d' tax mark applied and with 1 1/2d 'Postage Due' (SG D10) added and cancelled DURBAN and dated SE.7.22.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 6d blue RPSE addressed to Basutoland used at CROWN MINE.  H&G 5.SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 6d blue RPSE addressed to Basutoland used at CROWN MINE. H&G 5.

1922 6d blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size F) addressed to Basutoland cancelled by CROWN MINE/JOHANNESBURG cds's dated 25.MAR.24. H&G 5.

£32.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 2 1/2d rate censor cover to Switzerland used at NEBO.SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 2 1/2d rate censor cover to Switzerland used at NEBO.

1917 (OCT.10.) cover addressed to Switzerland bearing 1/2d and 1d pair tied by scarce NEBO cds with red on white OPENED BY CENSOR/99 bilingual label on reverse side and struck by magenta PASSED CENSOR/ C.4. strike on front.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1914 1/2d rate local postcard use used at NIEKERSHOPE.SOUTH AFRICA - 1914 1/2d rate local postcard use used at NIEKERSHOPE.

1914 (DEC.25.) Christmas Day use of rather grubby stained postcard addressed locally depicting 'Niekerks Hope' bearing 1/2d adhesive tied by scarce NIEKERSHOPE/SOUTH/AFRICA cds with CARNARVON arrival at left.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 1/- rate cover to Germany with BRITISH CENSORSHIP h/s.SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 1/- rate cover to Germany with BRITISH CENSORSHIP h/s.

1947 (1.XI.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 6d 'orange tree' bilingual pair tied CAPETOWN and with black on cream continuous OPENED BY/EXAMINER/1828 censor label at left edge tied on the front by violet crowned BRITISH CENSORSHIP/3029/GERMANY h/s.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1912 SOUTH AFRICA - 1912 'Deed Of Transfer' document with REVENUE adhesives attached.

1912 original 'Deed Of Transfer' document bearing Cape Of Good Hope 5/- and 10/- together with Orange River Colony £1 REVENUE adhesives on the front (each perfined) cancelled by 5/NATAL boxed cancels dated 25.JUL.12 plus South Africa 1/- and 1/6d REVENUES on reverse used as endorsements to the document cancelled REVENUE and dated 7.9.33.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 'INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID' postcard use to UK.

1926 (MAY.15.) use of postcard addressed to UK depicting 'St.Marys Cathedral-CapeTown' bearing 1/2d green pair tied by CAPETOWN bilingual slogan strike. The card was under-paid and has octagonal 'T/10c' strike applied and scarcer black boxed INSUFFICIENTLY/PREPAID h/s.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 'MORE TO PAY' cover addressed to UK.

1934 (MAR.13.) cover addressed to UK bearing 2d (x2), 4d and 6d adhesives tied CAPETOWN and struck by black boxed MORE TO PAY/OVER 1/2oz bilingual handstamp with additional 2d (x3) added.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 2d rate cover to UK with 3d/FOR OUR ALLY/MEDICAL/AIR FOR RUSSIA label.SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 2d rate cover to UK with 3d/FOR OUR ALLY/MEDICAL/AIR FOR RUSSIA label.

1941 (15.XI) cover to UK bearing 2d 'bantam' adhesive tied in combination with red on white 3d/FOR OUR ALLY/MEDICAL/AIR FOR RUSSIA patriotic label by DURBAN roller strike.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate censor cover to USA with 4d/RED CROSS label tied at PRETORIA.SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate censor cover to USA with 4d/RED CROSS label tied at PRETORIA.

1941 (18.XII.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1 1/2d adhesive with red and blue on light bluish 4d/THIS DONATION TO THE RED CROSS patriotic label alongside and both tied by PRETORIA roller strike. Part U.C.6/(Large)/OPENED BY/CENSOR label on reverse.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 3d rate cover to USA with CENSUS DAY slogan strike from CAPE TOWN.SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 3d rate cover to USA with CENSUS DAY slogan strike from CAPE TOWN.

1926 (APR.16.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2d (x2) and 2d (fault) tied by lovely CAPE TOWN-CENSUS DAY/4th MAY slogan strike.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 cover to UK with BUY BRITISH GOODS label.SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 cover to UK with BUY BRITISH GOODS label.

1940 (4.XII.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG/B-SEND GOOD NEWS BY TELEGRAMS slogan strike with red,white and blue circular BUY/BRITISH/ GOODS 'union jack' patriotic label on reverse side.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 local cover with JACARANDE TIME label.SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 local cover with JACARANDE TIME label.

1939 (NOV.14.) cover addressed locally bearing 1d 'ship' adhesive tied in combination with coloured JACARANDA TIME-TYD/PRETORIA label tied by SEND GREETINGS TELEGRAMS/PRETORIA rollar strike.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1963 trio of differing SOUTH AFRICA - 1963 trio of differing 'FORMULA' RPSE's with 5c 'Postage Due' added.

1963 use of three differing FORMULA postal stationery envelopes all addressed to Johannesburg and being underpaid with 5c 'Postage Dues' added on arrival. Two have differing POSTED OUT OF COURSE handstamps applied. A nice trio.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 2c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 2c 'Postage Due' cover.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg with black circular 'T/2c' handstamp applied and having 2c 'Postage Due' (SG D62) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c 'Postage Due' cover sent from ESHOWE.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled ESHOWE with black circular 'T/5c' tax mark applied and having 5c 'Postage Due' (SG D66) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c 'Postage Due' cover sent from BARBERTON.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled BARBERTON with black circular 'T/5c' tax mark applied and having 5c 'Postage Due' (SG D66) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c 'Postage Due' cover sent from BURGERSDORP.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled BURGERSDORP with black circular 'T/5c' tax mark applied and having 5c 'Postage Due' (SG D66) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c 'Postage Due' cover sent from DENDRON.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled DENDRON with black circular 'T/5c' tax mark applied and having 5c 'Postage Due' (SG D66) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c 'Postage Due' cover sent from KRUGERSDORP.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled KRUGERSDORP with black circular 'T/5c' tax mark applied and having 5c 'Postage Due' (SG D66) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c SOUTH AFRICA - 1962 5c 'Postage Due' cover sent from SPRINGS.

1962 stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled SPRINGS with black circular 'T/5c' tax mark applied and having 5c 'Postage Due' (SG D66) added and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 '1d XMAS-TUBERCOLOSIS' label on cover to UK.

1940 (12.XII.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1/2d 'springbok' adhesive tied in combination with 1940 1d Xmas 'Tubercolosis' label by DURBAN rollar cancel.

£25.00