Prestige Philately Auction 239 CatalogueSOUTH AFRICA - Provinces
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Displaying 13 Lots in Category - SOUTH AFRICA - Provinces
Group of covers including Transvaal Mynpacht (Luipaard's Vlei) Gold Mining Company envelope with Arms 2d & 6d tied 'KRUGERSDORP ZAR/AU 22 91' and Gold Fields of South Africa long envelope (folded) with Arms 4d x4 tied 'JOHANNESBURG/JA24/91' cds both to London at pre-UPU rates, 1897 to Holland with Arms ½d x3 & 1d x6 taxed 'T/("25")/CENTIMES' octagonal h/s (spotty), couple of Boer War items with 'BRITISH ARMY' cds, also Cape of Good Hope 1903 'MONEY ORDER' receipt with 'RONDEBOSCH' cds and Orange Free State 1894 'BRIEF KAART' with 1d brown and 'KRUIDFONTEIN/OVS' fancy squared circle & 'GARDENS/TO' [Telegraph Office] cds on face, condition mixed but mostly fine.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1853 Paper Slightly Blued 4d deep blue SG 4 regular pair, margins close to large, minor toning, part o.g., Cat £3800+.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1855-63 Perkins Bacon 1d brick-red, 1d rose & 1d deep rose-red SG 5 5a & 5b, margins close to large, untidy cancels, Cat £1575. Peter Holcombe Certificate (1993) for the SG 5.
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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1855-63 White Paper 1/- deep dark green SG 8a, margins good to large, large-part o.g., Cat £450.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1855-63 White Paper 1/- deep dark green SG 8a, good even margins, lightly cancelled, Cat £550.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1863-64 De La Rue comprising 1d deep carmine-red SG 18, 1d deep brown-red SG 18a pair, 4d deep blue & blue SG 19 & a, and 6d bright mauve SG 20, all with full margins, unused, Cat £2475+.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1863-64 De La Rue 1d deep carmine-red SG 18 regular pair, margins close to large, large-part o.g., Cat £650+.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1900 (June) internal English cover to Market Harboro but missent to South Africa where 1d lilac tied by GPO Cape Town & part-British FPO cds, endorsed on the flap "Found in a bag of newspapers addressed/to Imperial Yeomanry South Africa/[signature]/for Controller CB" with largely very fine strike of the rare double-oval 'CONTROLLER'S OFFICE, CIRCULATION BRANCH/13JUN1900/GPO CAPE TOWN' datestamp in violet alongside, returned to England with very fine 'MARKET-HARBOROUGH' arrival b/s, minor blemishes.
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 1901 cover from 'COLESBERG' to "Commandant/Graff Reinett" with huge 'OFFICE OF COMMANDANT No 11 AREA.../COLESBERG' cachet in blue & very fine 'PASSED PRESS CENSOR/25DEC1901/ GRAAFF REINET' cachet (Christmas Day) in violet, forwarded to "Middelburg" (b/s) then to Cape Town ('..ARMY BASE CAPE TOWN' b/s), 'NO ADDRESS/ARMY POST OFFICE' cachet & apparently endorsed "Killed" & forwarded to "Longwood/ Victoria" with poor 'LONGWOOD RLY STN' & fine 'LONGWOOD EAST' arrival b/s. A remarkable Boer War cover. [The endorsement "Killed" is actually "Killeen", the Chomley Family property at Longwood!]
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: POSTMARKS: 19th century bundle with undated 'POST OFFICE/[crown]/GEORGE' & boxed 'POST PAID' on very fine 1826 outer to Cape Town; oval d/s of 'CLAN-WILLIAM', 'GRAAFF-REINETT' in red, 'MALMESBURY', 'RICHMOND' & 'WORCESTER'; then cds including 'ASHTON', 'BREDASDORP', unframed 'CALITZDORP' in red, 'FORT/BEAUFORT', 'GARDENS/TO' on 1894 to Hungary, 'GRIQUA/TOWN', 'KAMASTONE', superb 'KNYSNA', 'LADY GREY BRIDGE', 'MASERU/BASUTOLAND', superb 'MOSSEL BAY' endorsed "Compulsary Registration/ supposed to contain a ring", 'O'OKIEP', 'RICHMOND ROAD', 'RIVER/ZONDER END', 'TARKASTAD', superb 'WHITTLESEA', 1883 'TPO/UP' & 1900 'WESTERN/TPO 7', etc, many strikes are fine to very fine, condition of the covers is a bit mixed.
(Qty 60 approx)
CAPE OF GOOD HOPE: 19th century bundle with Barred Numerals mostly from smaller towns with many fine to very fine & a few superb strikes, interest also in the associated datestamps including 'LADISMITH' [sic], etc, condition of the covers is a bit mixed.
NATAL: Embossed VR revenue proofs in white on a rose field on separate pieces of thin card, comprising 2/- (creased), 2/3d, 2/6d, 5/-, £2, £2/10/- & £5. Very attractive.
TRANSVAAL: 1914 hand-illustrated envelope of two broom-wielding suffragettes with the address incorporated into their '"STRIKE! STRIKE! STRIKE!" banner, KEVII ½d x2, minor blemishes.