Lot 592, Rhodesia 1910 Queen Mary and King George V double heads

We resume Sale 35 today at 10:00am EST with Worldwide/Commonwealth stamps, followed by Canada Postal History.

Lot 592 Rhodesia 1910 Queen Mary and King George V Double Heads, fifteen mint hinged stamps to the 5sh value, missing the 8d, but includes two distinct shades of the 2sh6d. We note that the 4d has a “gash on ear” variety (catalogued as regular). All nicely mounted on a page. Fresh, fine to very fine. Scott CV U$2,005.

Lots 1972, 1973 & 1974: Rhodesia 1910 Queen Mary & King George V

Three stamps from the colourful Rhodesia 1910 issue:

Lot 1972 Rhodesia #116 1910 7sh6d bright blue and carmine Queen Mary and King George VLot 1972 Rhodesia #116 1910 7sh6d bright blue and carmine Queen Mary and King George V, mint hinged, with bright colour, very fine. Scott CV U$725, sold for C$475 plus 15% buyer’s premium.

Lot 1973 Rhodesia #117 1910 10sh red orange and brown green Queen Mary and King George VLot 1973 Rhodesia #117 1910 10sh red orange and brown green Queen Mary and King George V, mint hinged with bright colour, very fine. Scott CV U$475, sold for C$425 plus 15% buyer’s premium.

Lot 1974 Rhodesia #118 1910 £1 bluish slate and carmine Queen Mary and King George VLot 1974 Rhodesia #118 1910 £1 bluish slate and carmine Queen Mary and King George V, used with neat c.d.s. cancel, fine. Scott CV U$775, sold for C$230 plus 15% buyer’s premium.

Lot 930, 1910 Rhodesia British South Africa Company 1/2d to £1 mint set, sold for C$3,105

Lot 930, 1910 Rhodesia £1 high value, set sold for C$3,105Lot 930, 1910 Rhodesia British South Africa Company 1/2d to £1 mint set, sold for C$3,105Lot 930 Rhodesia #101-118 1910 ½d to £1 Queen Mary and King George V Set, all mint, with the 3sh and 10sh never hinged, rest are hinged to lightly hinged. A lovely set with fresh colours and mostly all very fine centered. Catalogue value is for all hinged only. Scott CV U$4,640, sold for C$2,700.00 plus 15% buyer’s premium.

Lot 681, 1910 Rhodesia double heads with roulette perforations from clandestine printing

Lot 681Lot 681 Rhodesia #104/118 1910 Queen Mary and King George V Double Heads, clandestine printing, roulette perforations group, with six different: 2½d, 3d, 3sh, 5sh, 10sh and £1. Three values with sheet selvedge at right nicely showing the rouletting. Seldom seen and not listed in Scott or SG. All mint hinged, some disturbed gum, else fresh and fine to very fine. Estimate C$1,000.