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SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 1d rate cover to UK used at TWENTY FOUR RIVERS/TRANSVAL.SOUTH AFRICA - 1917 1d rate cover to UK used at TWENTY FOUR RIVERS/TRANSVAL.

1917 (SEP.4.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1d 'head' adhesive tied by d/r TWENTY FOUR RIVERS/TRANSVAAL cds.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1924 2d rate cover to UK used at TWENTY FOUR RIVERS/TRANSVAAL.SOUTH AFRICA - 1924 2d rate cover to UK used at TWENTY FOUR RIVERS/TRANSVAAL.

1924 (JUL.8.) cover addressed to UK bearing 2d 'head' adhesive tied by d/r TWENTY FOUR RIVERS/TRANSVAAL cds.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 unpaid local cover with 3d SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 unpaid local cover with 3d 'Postage Dues' applied - CHARGE NOT COLLECTED.

1949 (8.II.) unstamped cover addressed to Johanesburg struck with circular 'T/3d' tax mark and with two 3d 'postage dues' (SG D37) applied cancelled JOHANNESBURG/59 one having red manuscript 'unable to collect' written above and then cancelled by scarce CHARGE NOT COLLECTED h/s in violet.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 3d ultramarine ACTIVE SERVICE (English) letter card unused.  H&G 5.SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 3d ultramarine ACTIVE SERVICE (English) letter card unused. H&G 5.

1942 3d ultramarine on buff ACTIVE SERVICE LETTER CARD sheet (English version) in fine unused condition. H&G 5.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 3d ultramarine ACTIVE SERVICE (Africans) letter card unused. H&G 6.SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 3d ultramarine ACTIVE SERVICE (Africans) letter card unused. H&G 6.

1942 3d ultramarine on buff ACTIVE SERVICE LETTER CARD sheet (Africans version) in fine unused condition. H&G 6.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 1d red SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 1d red 'FOR OUR ALLY/MEDICAL AIR FOR RUSSIA' patriotic label pane of 10.

1944 (circa) 1d red 'FOR OUR ALLY/MEDICAL AIR FOR RUSSIA' patriotic label in a fine original sheetlet of ten as issued on gummed paper. Scarce pane still intact.

£100.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 1/- REVENUE use on cover to UK.SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 1/- REVENUE use on cover to UK.

1952 (11.IX.) use of 'Union-Castle Line' monogrammed envelope addressed to UK bearing 1/- red and grey REVENUE adhesive (Barefoot 69) tied by DURBAN/DRIVE SAFELY/DAILY slogan cancel.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 6d REVENUE use (fault) on local cover to Kimberley.SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 6d REVENUE use (fault) on local cover to Kimberley.

1946 (22.I.) cover addressed locally to Kimberley bearing 'KGVI' 3d REVENUE adhesive tied by REGISTER/VALUABLES - PRETORIA roller slogan strike. The stamp unfortunately having been cut from the cover and replaced and The cover repaired.

£15.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 6d SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 6d 'REVENUE' use on cover to USA.

1946 (9.V.) cover addressed to USA bearing the small sized 'KGVI' 6d pinkish-red REVENUE adhesive tied by CAPE TOWN/REGISTERED MAIL slogan strike.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1948 local underpaid cover with 1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1948 local underpaid cover with 1d 'bantam' used as postage due.

1948 cover addressed locally bearing 1d 'ship' adhesive (glue marking around stamp) tied by light LETABA cds and being under-paid having 'T/1d' tax mark applied in manuscript with 1d 'bantam' added in lieu of postage due and tied by d/r oval EAST LONDON cancel dated 18.OCT.48. A scarce use of this stamp as a postage due.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1953 1d rate local cover tied with ZIONIST label at MIDDELBURG.SOUTH AFRICA - 1953 1d rate local cover tied with ZIONIST label at MIDDELBURG.

1953 (SEP.4) cover addressed locally to the 'Womens Zionist Council' at Johannesburg bearing 1d 'ship' adhesive tied in combination with blue on white Zionist label depicting ploughing fields & inscribed 1921-46 by MIDDELBURG/TRANSVAAL cds. An unuual item.

£50.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 'POSTED AT ISRAEL CAVALCADE STAMP EXHIBITION' local cover.

1950 (16.X.) illustrated cover addressed to Johannesburg bearing 1d 'ship' pair tied in combination with Israeli blue perforated label and struck at left by violet boxed POSTED AT ISRAEL CAVALCADE/STAMP EXHIBITION/Oct 14th-19th 1950 cachet.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 'OAS' stampless cover to Natal used at AIR FORCE STATION/ZWARTKOP.

1941 (11.12.) stampless cover addressed to Natal marked 'On Active Service' in Afrikaans and cancelled by scarce violet circular AIR FORCE STATION/ZWARTKOP cancel.

£115.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 inward SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 inward 'FLYING BOAT CORRESPONDENCE DAMAGED BY SEAWATER' cover

1939 (APR.25.) inward cover addressed to Durban from the UK struck by violet bilingual boxed FLYING BOAT CORRESPONDENCE DAMAGED BY SEAWATER handstamp. Sent from East Ham and having the stamp floated off when the flying boat 'Challenger' crashed in Mozambique. Mails were recovered and taken on by the flying boat 'Canopus'. A nice 'wreck' cover.

£85.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 1 1/2d rate cover to Kuwait with SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 1 1/2d rate cover to Kuwait with 'PAR AVION/JUSQU'A' h/s applied.

1939 (7.VI.) cover addressed to Kuwait bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG roller strike and struck by PAR AVION/JUSQU'A…… h/s with 'Basra' inserted in red manuscript. BASRA transit b/s and KUWAIT arrival.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 1d red PSE railway usage with SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 1d red PSE railway usage with 'PARCEL POST' label on reverse flap.

1939 1d red on white postal stationery envelope (H&G 4a) addressed to Bloemfontein bearing additional 1d 'ship' adhesive tied by scarce violet barred circle RISSIK.STR/J.H. railway strike from Johannesburg with orange-red P.399/UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA/PARCEL POST label on reverse side. A scarce parcel post railway use.

£80.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 'RAILWAY LETTER POST' postcard use to S.Rhodesia.

1939 (OCT.27.) use of postcard addressed to S.Rhodesia with pre-printed 'Hotel Goodwood' illustrated back bearing 1/2d (x2) and 1d (x2) adhesives tied by oval S.A.R. & H/GRAHAMSTOWN cancel with red on white RAIL LETTER POST/SPOORWEGBRIEWEPOS label similarly struck. A nice Railway Letter usage.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 inward cover from KUT struck SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 inward cover from KUT struck 'PARTI/GONE AWAY/VERTREK' h/s in violet.

1937 Inward cover from Jinja, Uganda with JOHANNESBURG 6.OCT.37 arrival b/s w ith violet three lined PARTI/GONE AWAY/VERTREK h/s & RETURNED L.O./CAPETOWN cds dated 9.X.37.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 inward registered  SOUTH AFRICA - 1949 inward registered 'UPU' FDC from KUT struck 'COUNTER DELIVERY' on arrival.

1949 (OCT.10.) registered cover to Liden bearing the KUT 'UPU' set of four tied DAR ES SALAAM and marked 'First Day' with PARKVIEW/JOHANNESBURG arrival b/s with red manuscript annotation on front regarding the addressess where abouts and struck by two lined COUNTER/DELIVERY handstamp. Uncommon.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 '4d DONATE TO RED CROSS' patriotic label on maritime cover to USA.

1941 (5.VI) cover to USA bearing 3d adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG/STUUR BROETE-TELEGRAMME (bilingual) slogan strike with scarce s/l PER DIRECT S/S VIA CAPETOWN h/s on front & bearing red & dark blue on light blue '4d THIS DONATION TO THE RED CROSS' patriotic label adhered to reverse.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 'MAIL SERVICE SUSPENDED' censor cover to Netherlands.

1940 (APR.18.) cover addressed to Netherlands bearing 1d 'ship' adhesive (x3) cancelled by d/r SPRINGS cds and with red on cream 'U.C.8.'/OPENED BY/CENSOR label at right edge and struck on the front by scarce violet MAIL SERVICE/SUSPENDED instructional handstamp applied due to the occupation of The Netherlands during WW2.

£100.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 'MAIL SERVICE SUSPENDED' 1/2d uprated PSC to France.

1940 use of 1/2d green on cream 'spingbok' postal stationery postcard addressed to France uprated with 1d 'ship' but uncancelled as the card was struck by violet MAIL SERVICE SUSPENDED instructional h/s with JOHANNESBURG b/s dated 10.JUL.40.

£100.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 'MOBILE PO/JOHANNESBURG' local cover to Pretoria.

1937 (8.II.) cover addressed locally to Pretoria bearing 2d and 3d 'pictorial' singles tied by scarce MOBILE P.O. /JOHANNESBURG cds.

£65.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 10d rate cover to Germany struck SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 10d rate cover to Germany struck 'INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID...' in violet.

1937 (25.I.) cover addressed to Germany bearing 1d 'ship' (x10) tied CAPETOWN/KAAPSTAD 95 cds's with scarce violet bilingual INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID/FOR TRANSMISSION BY AIRMAIL/BEYOND/AS……… instructional h/s.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 3d rate cover to USA struck SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 3d rate cover to USA struck 'SURFACE MAIL' in violet.

1937 (17.XI.) cover addressed to USA bearing 3d pictorial adhesive tied by JOHANNESBURG/ REGISTER/VALUABLE LETTERS slogan strike and struck at lower left by violet SURFACE MAIL handstamp.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 use of SOUTH AFRICA - 1943 use of 'On Service' local censored cover from GORDONS BAY with 'R' censor.

1943 (DEC.18.) stampless cover addressed locally marked 'On Service' and cancelled by GORDONS BAY cds with red on white bilingual PASSED/BY/CENSOR label at left tied on the front scarce by violet circular crested 'R' h/s (Little type 8B) and on the reverse by violet boxed PASSED BY CENSOR/M.F.F. No.70 U.D.F. h/s. The cover is also struck by violet boxed OFFICIAL FREE/GORDON BAY/AIR FORCE STATION handstamp. A scarce censoring of internal military mail.

£75.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 'INSUFFICIENTLY PREPAID FOR AIRMAIL' cover to UK used at JOHANNESBURG.

1950 (31.VI.) cover addressed to UK bearing 1d ship pair tied by JOHANNESBURG/A roller strike with violet wavy edged INSUFFICIENTLY PRE-PAID FOR/AIRMAIL (bilingual) h/s below struck in violet ink.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1d red stationery letter card to Cape Town used at PRETORIA NORTH RAIL.  H&G 1.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1d red stationery letter card to Cape Town used at PRETORIA NORTH RAIL. H&G 1.

1913 1d red on grey postal stationery letter card addressed locally (genuine use) cancelled by d/r PRETORIA NORTH RAIL cds dated 8.MAY.15. H&G 1.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1d red PSE uprated to UK as SABIE/TRANSVAAL.  H&G 1a.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1d red PSE uprated to UK as SABIE/TRANSVAAL. H&G 1a.

1913 1d red on cream postal stationery envelope (size b - curved flap) addressed to UK bearing additional 1/2d adhesive tied SABIE/TRANSVAAL and dated 29.NOV.20. H&G 1a.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 3d+3d blue postal stationery air letter unused.  H&G 1.
SOUTH AFRICA - 1944 3d+3d blue postal stationery air letter unused. H&G 1.

1944 3d+3d blue on creamy buff postal stationery air letter in fine unused condition. H&G 1.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 10c Belgian Congo PSC to Rhodesia uprated and used at Cape Town.SOUTH AFRICA - 1946 10c Belgian Congo PSC to Rhodesia uprated and used at Cape Town.

1946 (2.III.) use of Belgian Congo 10c red on cream postal stationery postcard with 'Kisantu' illustration on reverse addressed to Kitwe in Northern Rhodesia and bearing additional Belgian Congo 5c and 10c adhesives tied in combination with South African 1/2d green vertical 'springbok' adhesives tied by CAPETOWN KAAPSTAD 20 cds. An unusual combination usage.

£75.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 'POW' BAVIAANSPOORT camp censored cover to Germany.

1940 (6.10.) stampless cover addressed to Germany struck by red boxed PRISONER DE GUERRE/ PRISONER OF WAR/KRYOSGEVANGENE/BAVIAANSPOORT PRETORIA handstamp. Violet PASSED BY CENSOR bilingual strike at left and large red corcular 'Ab' mark. The reverse side has red on cream 'U.C.8 (small)' bilingual OPENED BY CENSOR label. Sent from an inmate at the Baviaanspoort Internment Camp at Pretoria.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 'POW' LEEUWKOP camp censored mail to Germany.

1940 stampless cover addressed to Germany from the POW camp at Leeuwkop at Rivonia struck by bilingual red boxed PRISONER OF WAR/LEEUWKOP RIVONIA with violet two lined PASSED BY CENSOR A censor strike. GENEVA transit on front with black on cream German 'Swastica' censor strip on reverse side tied by 'eagle' h/s.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 SOUTH AFRICA - 1940 'POW' KOFFIEFONTEIN camp mail to Johannesburg.

1940 (DE.31.) stampless cover addressed to Johannesburg cancelled KOFFIEFONTEIN and struck by violet four lined bilingual PRISONER OF WAR/KOFFIEFONTEIN h/s used by an inmate of the Koffiefontein Internment Camp.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 underpaid tax cover to USA struck POSTED OUT OF COURSE/...TO PAY.SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 underpaid tax cover to USA struck POSTED OUT OF COURSE/...TO PAY.

1941 (18.XI.) registered cover addressed to USA bearing 1d and 6d adhesives tied DURBAN/96 and being under paid having oval 'T/40c' tacx mark applied. Struck at left by black boxed POSTED OUT OF COURSE/…..TO PAY instructional handstamp.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 1 1/2d rate postcard use to UK from STRAND showing Imperial Airways aircraft.SOUTH AFRICA - 1937 1 1/2d rate postcard use to UK from STRAND showing Imperial Airways aircraft.

1937 (APR.19.) use of picture postcard addressed to Canada depicting 'An Imperial Airways Air Liner of the Hannibal Class' bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied to the picture side by STRAND cds.

£25.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 inward SOUTH AFRICA - 1942 inward 'OAS' stampless censored cover with RECEIVED FROM/H.M.SHIPS cds.

1942 stamples 'On Active Service' inward cover to Air Force House in Pretoria cancelled by s/r RECEIVED FROM/H.M.SHIPS cds dated 2.FE.42 and struck at lower left by blue 'tomb' stone type FROM H.M.SHIP/PASSED BY CENSOR h/s. P.C.90/OPENED BY/EXAMINER 2583 censor label at right with '51-2103 G & F Ltd' imprint at top. Its origin is uncertain.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate cover with SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate cover with 'V-BEAVERBROOK AIRCRAFT FUND' label applied.

1941 (8.IX.) cover addressed to Ireland bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied alongside red on white 'V' for VICTORY perforated patriotic label overprinted BEAVERBROOK/AIRCRAFT/FUND tied by wavy lined JOHANNESBURG/B cancel and with red on cream 'U.C.8' bilingual OPENED BY CENSOR label at left. This is a rare patriotic label.

£85.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 SOUTH AFRICA - 1938 'TELE COMMUNICATIONS UNION' booklet given to delegates at the CAIRO congress.

1938 'UPU-Congress' Official green leather folder with gold cresting printed for distribution at the Cairo meeting containing the 1927 series to 10/- (SG 34-39) in horizontal mint pairs together with additional 1/2d to 6d, 1933 Voortrekker Memorial Fund stamps and Coronation plus South West Africa 1931 set to 20/- (SG 74-85) and Coronation set in pairs. The stamps alone cat in excess of £750. A very scarce official booklet issued by the Postmaster General at Pretoria. Rarely seen or offered.

£575.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1945 SOUTH AFRICA - 1945 'INSUFFICIENT ADDRESS' local cover used at HEILBRON.

1945 (29.I.) local cover bearing 2d adhesive tied HEILBRON but undelivered and with violet boxed INSUFFICIENT ADDRESS bilingual h/s applied with RETURN L.O./CAPETOWN b/s.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1915 4d on 6d/6d ORC surcharge strip of three on registered cover used at DUNDEE.SOUTH AFRICA - 1915 4d on 6d/6d ORC surcharge strip of three on registered cover used at DUNDEE.

1915 (FE.24.) registered cover to Pretoria bearing a fine strip of three of the Orange River Colony 4d red on 6d black on 6d blue surcharge adhesive (SG 136) tied by DUNDEE/NATAL cds with violet boxed R/DUNDEE/No.. h/s at left.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1915 SOUTH AFRICA - 1915 'CENSOR/CAPETOWN' cover to Switzerland.

1915 cover addressed to Switzerland bearing 1/2d and 1d pair used in Transvaal but town hidden by the red on white bilingual OPENED BY CENSOR label at top edge and struck on the front by scarce violet oval CENSOR/CAPE TOWN handstamp dated 9.MAR.1915.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1951 6d underpaid cover to UK with SOUTH AFRICA - 1951 6d underpaid cover to UK with 'T.6d' tax mark applied.

1951 (17.VIII.) underpaid cover to UK bearing 6d adhesive tied by CAPE TOWN wavy lined cancel and with violet 'T.6d' tax mark applied below.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 inward cover from Kenya struck GONE AWAY/VERTREK.SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 inward cover from Kenya struck GONE AWAY/VERTREK.

1952 (JY.26.) inward cover from Maseno in Keyna but undelivered and struck by violet two lined GONE AWAY/VERTREK instructional handstamp.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 1 1/2d rate 'CAPETOWN/RELEASED BY CENSOR' cover used locally at SOMERSETWEST.

1941 cover addressed locally to Cape Town bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied SOMERSET WEST and struck below by scarce red two lined CAPETOWN/RELEASED BY CENSOR handstamp. Little type 9a.

£80.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 (circa) SOUTH AFRICA - 1941 (circa) 'DURBAN/RELEASED BY CENSOR' stampless cover to Port Natal.

1941 (circa) stampless cover addressed to the 'S.S.Exchester' docked at Port Natal bearing red on cream bilingual OPENED BY /CENSOR label on reverse flap and struck by rare red two lined DURBAN/RELEASED BY CENSOR handstamp on front. Little type 9c.

£120.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 6 photographic proposed ESSAYS
taken from the originals.  SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 6 photographic proposed ESSAYS taken from the originals.

1913 photographic ESSAYS taken from the originals of the proposed, but unaccepted designs for the 2d, 3d, 6d and 1/- values. Six differing items.

£75.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1923 1 1/2d rate postcard to Johannesburg used at DOCKS/CAPETOWN.SOUTH AFRICA - 1923 1 1/2d rate postcard to Johannesburg used at DOCKS/CAPETOWN.

1923 (AUG.10.) use of picture postcard addressed to Johannesburg (corner creasing) depicting T.S.S. THEMISTOCLES' ship and bearing 1 1/2d adhesive tied by DOCKS/CAPETOWN cds.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1929 1d BOOYSEN ESSAY in a mint IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF pair in blue.SOUTH AFRICA - 1929 1d BOOYSEN ESSAY in a mint IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF pair in blue.

1929 1d 'BOOYSEN ESSAY' in a mint IMPERFORATE PLATE PROOF pair printed in turquoise blue on gummed paper (tone spotted). Scarce item.

£80.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1d red stationery letter card to Denmark uprated at PORT SHEPSTONE.  H&G 1.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1d red stationery letter card to Denmark uprated at PORT SHEPSTONE. H&G 1.

1913 1d red on grey postal stationery letter card addressed to Denmark (scarce) bearing additional 1/2d and 1d 'head' adhesives tied PORT SHEPSTONE and dated 19.MAR.20. A nice genuine use. H&G 1.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1925 3d rate cover to USA used at IZINGOLWENI/NATAL.SOUTH AFRICA - 1925 3d rate cover to USA used at IZINGOLWENI/NATAL.

1925 (AU.11.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1d and 2d 'head' adhesives tied by IZINGOLWENI/NATAL cds.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1921 6d blue RPSE uprated to Germany used at MOORLEIGH.  H&G 5a.SOUTH AFRICA - 1921 6d blue RPSE uprated to Germany used at MOORLEIGH. H&G 5a.

1921 6d blue on cream registered postal stationery envelope (size G) addressed to Germany and bearing additional 1d adhesive tied MOORLEIGH/S.AFRICA and dated 24.OCT.27. H&G 5a.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1/2d rate postcard use to Cape used at ROSMEAD.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 1/2d rate postcard use to Cape used at ROSMEAD.

1913 (DEC.30.) use of picture postcard addressed to Cape depicting 'Port Elizabeth from Fort Frederick' bearing 1/2d 'head' adhesive tied ROSMEAD.

£18.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 1 1/2d rate SOUTH AFRICA - 1947 1 1/2d rate 'TRANSVAAL/T.P.O.NORTH' cover to Johannesburg.

1947 (SEP.28.) cover addressed locally bearing 1 1/2d single adhesive tied by TRANSVAAL/TPO NORTH cds.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1954 6d+1d UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA POSTAL ORDER issued at LAMBERTS BAY.SOUTH AFRICA - 1954 6d+1d UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA POSTAL ORDER issued at LAMBERTS BAY.

1954 (23.VII.) issued 6d+1d green on cream UNION OF SOUTH AFRICA/POSTAL ORDER issued at LAMBERTS BAY and bearing additional 4d adhesive. Uncashed.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1931 cover to Bulawayo bearing SOUTH AFRICA - 1931 cover to Bulawayo bearing 'ORC' 1d and 6d tied BLOEMFONTEIN.

1931 (DEC.18.) cover addressed to Bulawayo bearing Orange River Colony 3d tied with 1d 'Cape overprinted 'ORC' by BLOEMFONTEIN/1 cds. Unclaimed and returned.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 6d green and bright orange SOUTH AFRICA - 1950 6d green and bright orange 'Postage Due' mint pair with CENTRE SHIFT.

1950-58 6d green and bright orange 'roto printed' postage due pair in fine lightly mounted mint condition showing the variety CENTRE VALUE SHIFTED UPWARDS. SG D43.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1936 underpaid cover (faults) with 1d and 2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1936 underpaid cover (faults) with 1d and 2d 'Postage Dues' added.

1936 (10.VIII.) cover addressed locally to Cape Town bearing 1/2d 'spingbok' and 1d 'ship' adhesives tied by JOHANNESBURG/TELEPHONE/YOUR ORDERS slogan strike with scarce violet two lined OVER HALF OZ./MEER AS HALF ONS. instructional h/s applied with 1d and 2d 'Postage Dues' added. The cover unfortunately ripped open on reverse with flap and left edge missing.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 unpaid cover with 2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 unpaid cover with 2d 'Postage Due' added.

1926 (OCT.28.) stampless cover addressed to Cape Town cancelled by CATHCART cds with large black '2d' tax mark at left with 2d 'Postage Due' added and cancelled by RONDEBOSCH cds dated 1.NO.26.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 unpaid commercial card with 1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 unpaid commercial card with 1d 'Postage Due' added.

1922 use of pre-printed 'The National Bank of South Africa Limited' commercial card addressed locally & cancelled WINDBERG CAPE & dated 11.MAY.22. Being stampless the card received a large '1d' tax mark & has 1d POSTAGE DUE added (SG D2) & cancelled JOHANNESBURG/29 cds.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 inward underpaid postcard with 1 1/2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 inward underpaid postcard with 1 1/2d 'Postage Due' added.

1922 inward picture postcard from UK but being under-paid handstamped with black circular 'T/1 1/2d' tax mark and with 1 1/2d 'Postage Due' (SG D10) added and cancelled PRETORIA.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1933 SOUTH AFRICA - 1933 'EAST LONDON/INDO NATIVE OFFICE' registered cover to New Zealand.

1933 (JAN.13.) registered cover addressed to New Zealand bearing 1/2d (x2) and 1d (x2) 'head' adhesives with 1/2d 'Springbok' and 1d 'Ship' tied alongside Orange River Colony 2 1/2d tied by scarce EAST LONDON/INDO-NATIVE OFFICE cds with scarce violet 'R' registered h/s at lower left.

£60.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 3d green and dark green REVENUE fine mint.SOUTH AFRICA - 1913 3d green and dark green REVENUE fine mint.

1913 3d green and dark green REVENUE adhesive in fine mint condition with overall light toned gum. Barefoot and Hall 1.

£45.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 3d rate cover to USA used at WELLINGTON.SOUTH AFRICA - 1922 3d rate cover to USA used at WELLINGTON.

1922 (MAR.16.) cover addressed to USA bearing 3d single tied by WELLINGTON/SOUTH/AFRICA cds with additional strike at lower left.

£30.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 1d 'Silver Jubilee' local cover use from FORT BEAUFORT.

1935 (JUL.27.) cover addressed locally to East London bearing the 1d 'Silver Jubilee' (British) single adhesive tied FORT BEAUFORT. The cover was not delivered and struck by black three lined INCONNU/UNKNOWN/ONBEKEND handtsamp. RETURNED L.O./CAPETOWN b/s.

£40.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 underpaid local cover with 2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1926 underpaid local cover with 2d 'Postage Due' added.

1926 (DEC.14.) underpaid cover addressed locally with 1/2d adhesive tied PIETERMARITZBURG and struck by circular 'T/2d' tax mark with 2d 'Posatge Due' added on arrival and cancelled JOHANNESBURG.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 inward under paid cover from UK with 6d (x2) SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 inward under paid cover from UK with 6d (x2) 'Postage Dues' applied.

1935 inward underpaid cover from UK struck by black boxed MORE TO PAY/OVER….OZS bilingual instructional h/s with '1s/-' tax mark and with 6d green and bright orange 'Postage Due' pair affixed and cancelled CAPETOWN dated 6.JAN.35.

£75.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 inward under paid cover from Iraq with 1d (x5) SOUTH AFRICA - 1934 inward under paid cover from Iraq with 1d (x5) 'Postage Dues' added.

1934 (JAN.4.) inward unstamped cover from Iraq (central fold) with horse shoe DUE/AS tax mark and sexagonal 'T/CTS/50' mark applied. On arrival struck by circular '5d' h/s with a fine strip of five of the 1d black and red 'Postage Due' applied and cancelled CAPETOWN.

£55.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1931 inward underpaid cover from UK with 2d SOUTH AFRICA - 1931 inward underpaid cover from UK with 2d 'Postage Due' added.

1931 (JAN.21.) inward under paid cover addressed to Transvaal from the UK where on arrival a black circular 'T/2d' tax mark has been applied with 2d 'Postage Due' added alongside and cancelled VEOVILLE/JOHANNESBURG and dated 11.FEB.31.

£35.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1914 2 1/2d rate censored cover to USA with CENSOR/CAPETOWN h/s applied on reverse.SOUTH AFRICA - 1914 2 1/2d rate censored cover to USA with CENSOR/CAPETOWN h/s applied on reverse.

1914 (NO.2.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2d and 1d pair tied by ASHTON d/r cds's with red on cream OPENED BY CENSOR tape across the top and struck on the reverse side by scarce blue oval CENSOR/CAPETOWN handstamp dated 7.NOV.1914.

£50.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 'Qantas Empire Airways' first flight cover to Mauritius.

1952 (6.IX.) 'Qantas Empire Airways' illustrated first flight cover to Mauritius bearing 6d and 1/- adhesives tied JOHANNESBURG.

£12.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 SOUTH AFRICA - 1952 'Qantas Empire Airways' first flight cover to Australia.

1952 (6.IX.) 'Qantas Empire Airways' illustrated first flight cover to Australia bearing 6d and 1/- adhesives tied JOHANNESBURG.

£10.00
SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 3d rate cover to USA from Cape Town struck SURFACE CONVEYANCE.SOUTH AFRICA - 1939 3d rate cover to USA from Cape Town struck SURFACE CONVEYANCE.

1939 (19.VII.) cover addressed to USA bearing 1/2d, 1d and 1 1/2d 'Huguenot' adhesives tied CAPE TOWN and struck at left by violet s/l SURFACE CONVEYANCE handstamp.

£35.00
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 bilingual 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 bilingual '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 bilingual 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 - 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' bilingual marking.

£35.00
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 roller 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 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 - 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 - 1935 use of 1d SOUTH AFRICA - 1935 use of 1d 'Silver Jubilee' on 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 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 - 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 - 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
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 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