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MC343 1882 ‘One Half-Penny’ surcharge on 3d deep claret (Wmk Crown CA). Block of four, upper left stamp with some gum loss, lower pair unmounted, crackly gum. A scarce multiple. SG 47 £240
MC340 1902 1d carmine. Horizontal strip of six from the left pane, lower margin showing 'pillar' design. Some minor creasing, very fine unmounted. SG 71 SOLD
MC341 Postal History 1870 (February), wrapper endorsed at top 'O.H.M.S' and addressed to 'The Master of the Supreme Court'. Posted from Grahamstown with 'FE 5 70' backstamp and then Cape Town arrival 'FE 11 70'. Then as a typical Jurgens concoction receipted with a cleaned fiscally used 6d Hope Seated at lower left corner struck with a crisp C.G.H. triangle strike. Still appealing. £95
MC339 Postal History 1904 (March), coloured Post Card of Durban Esplanade applied with Cape KEVII 1d (SG 71), cancelled with perfect straight line 'PAQUEBOT' strike, 'POINT / NATAL' datestamp below. Addressed to Canada. Lovely £45
MC342 Revenue 1907 (May), printed GRAND HOTEL invoice for 3/4 nights accommodation totalling £1 2/6d. Receipted with KEVII 1d pen cancelled. Folded and spike puncture, still most attractive and appealing. £35
MC338 1900 1d Goodyear, pale blue on blue. Lower marginal, very fine mint. Uncommon as such. SG 17 £975
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