Sale 9


South Africa
 
 
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Lot 376

South Africa, 1899, Boer Invasion of Natal and the Cape Colony, bold violet three-line Boer occupation provisional datestamp tying pair of Transvaal 1d rose-red and green to piece, very few examples of this provisional Boer cancel are known, extremely fine.
SG 217.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 125.
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Lot 377

South Africa, Boer War, 1900, Canadian contingent, selection of 10 covers, six from 1900, the rest are from 1901(2), 1902(2), 1915, Field Post, 2 O.F.S., 1 D.R.C., 4 stationery or cards one PPC of contingent used in Canada, one Maresh lot realized $92.
Est. Cash Val. $350 - 400.
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Lot 378

South Africa, Boer War, P.O.W. Camps, selection of 4 covers and 1 front, 1900 or 1902, comprising 1) Transvaal to Ceylon franked with 7 G.B., 1d stamps, 2) Germany 20pf stamp to Ceylon (Pagam), 3) Netherlands 12½c to Simonstown - St Helena, 4) front C.G.H. to St. Helena, 5) C.G.H. Gong Gong to Natal to St. Helena Barkly West Censor all but one with auction lot sheets (2 exhibition pages) with descriptions.
Est. Cash Val. $300 - 350.
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Lot 379

South Africa, Boer War, April 11 1900, 2nd Canadian Contingent handstamp on MHG STRATHCONA'S HORSE, B Squadron, Canada embossed envelope bearing manuscript "On Active Service cost 207 no stamps to be had," mounted on exhibition page. Impressive horse cover.
Est. Cash Val. $150 - 200.
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Lot 380

South Africa, 1900, Boer Invasion of Natal and the Cape Colony, Ladysmith Siege Post Office/ Feb 13th 1900, black garrison postal service straightline datastamp tying 1d Rose(S.G. 99) to local cover, the chief of staff of the Natal Field Forces within Ladysmith, very fine.
Est. Cash Val. $150 - 250

General Hunter, set up a postal service of 6 districts with central collecting boxes and bicycle messengers to the main post office, the service was available only to soliders and to civilians in imperial government employ, two similar cancels composed of metal type were used until 28 February
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Lot 381

South Africa, 1900 Oct 24, Canadian Contingent, YMCA cover bearing partial violet SOUTH AFRICA oval and SOUTH AFRICA FIELD PO. c.d.s., ms. "Stamps not available," on reverse OTTAWA NO19 00 receiver colorful and impressive.
Est. Cash Val. $150 - 200.
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Lot 382

South Africa, c. 1900, Dutch Boer War cards, set of 4 Boer War postcards, colorful (orange and black) and humorous, presented from Boer perspective, very scarce and fresh, very fine.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 150.
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Lot 383

South Africa, Used to Nova Scotia: 1900, Canadian Contingent, 2½ blue, tied by ORANGE RIVER C.G.H. JA 13 00 c.d.s. on colorful YMCA envelope bearing ms. "Missent to" STANLEY N.B. FE 16 00 c.d.s. on reverse 3 Nova Scotia transits, supposedly to STANLEY N.S.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 150.
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Lot 384

South Africa, 1900, VELDPOST ZAR NEWCASTLE, 9 MEI 1900 3-line cancel on unused NATAL GOVERNMENT RAILWAYS 2½ postal card, quite rare, very fine.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 125.
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Lot 385

South Africa, Boer War, to P.O.W., 2½d blue tied by BRANDFORT O.R.C. NO 3 00 O.R.C. c.d.s. on envelope bearing violet oval DIYATALAWA (Ceylon) censor, on reverse various transits.
SG 135.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 150.
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Lot 386

South Africa, Used to Canada: 1900, 1st Canadian Contingent, 1d on 1d purple, Orange Free state, 2 copies tied on envelope by ARMY, S. AFRICA MR2_00 c.d.s. strikes bearing off set Toronto cancel, on reverse ms. "Cdn soldier_Brit in Blaem" and TORONTO AO27 00 receiver.
SG 102.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 150.
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Lot 387

South Africa, Boer War, P.O.W. camp, 1901 postal card from Ceylon camp to Diyatalawa South Africa Women's camp, extremely rare, all appropriate markings, scuff on 6c and face. Great topical mounted on a 1st class exhibition page and lot description.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 150.
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Lot 388

South Africa, 1901, registered envelope uprated censored POTSCHEFSTROOM to P.O.W. at St. Helena, surcharge uprated #204, Bridge 18.May.01, manuscript notations on face, on reverse c.d.s. ST.-Helena/C/JU 11/01, violet unframed two-line handstamp "Passed by Censor/Potchefstroom" with Johannesburg and Capetown transits, scarce envelope and nice usage, very fine.
SG 226, 239.
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 150.
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Lot 389

South Africa, Natal Used to Canada, 1902, 3rd Canadian Contingent, 2nd Canadian Riifles, 1d rose tied by NEWCASTLE MR3 c.d.s. on an embossed envelope bearing on reverse HAMILTON APR 7 02 receiver, mounted on exhibition page.
Est. Cash Val. $200 - 250.
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Lot 390

South Africa, Used to Australia, 3rd Canadian Contingent, 1d violet tied by ARMY POST OFFICE PRETORIA DE31 C.D.S. on envelope bearing "On Active Service Canadian Scouts Transvaal," on reverse MELBOURNE JAN 25 1902 transit, to Carlton Victoria.
Est. Cash Val. $150 - 200.
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Lot 391

South Africa, 1902, 3rd Canadian Contingent, 1st Troop, E Squadron, 2nd CMP, 1d UPU picture post card, cancelled by NEWCASTL NATAL 26FE, c.d.s. to Canada shows 3 views of war damaged Ladysmith, very compelling.
Est. Cash Val. $125 - 150.
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Lot 392

South Africa, Boer War, 4d on 6d on 3d, blue, used to Germany, tied to BLOMFONTEIN 17 MAR 02 c.d.s. on envelope bearing violet P.B.C. manuscript. "Krugersdorp" prison camp, on reverse red docketing "under cover to P.M. of Blomfontein where it entered mail, a rare camp.
SG 136. (Scott 57).
Est. Cash Val. $100 - 125.
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Lot 393

South Africa, 1927-28, 2s6d brown and blue green, never hinged, very fine.
SG 37; £150 as hinged. (Scott 30).
Scott $150 Est. Cash Val. $100 - 125.
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