(Formula Stationery) 1879 (AP 2) ‘2 CENTS’ dull rose on Mauritius Post Card printed formula to a Government School at Poudre D’Or, cancelled by fine and clear B53 duplex, with full message on reverse.
(Picture Postal Stationery) 1898 1 Penny carmine and green card entitled Gruss aus Johannesburg with image of donkeys pulling carts on rail lines, used to Bochum, Germany
(Picture Postal Stationery) Late 1890s 1 Penny carmine and green card entitled Greetings from Johannesburg with image of Wolhuter G M Co, Gold Mine, fine unused.
(Picture Stationery) 1900 2pf grey card entitled ‘Barberton (Transvaak)’ with general view of town below mountain, a gold rush town from 1880s; very fine unused.
(Picture Stationery) 1900 2pf grey card entitled ‘Goldquarz-Stampfmuhle’; very fine unused
(Picture Stationery) 1900 2pf grey card with image entitled ‘Reise uber die Goldfelder in Transvaal’ depicting a twelve team mule team pulling wagon; very fine unused. PP7 C4-04
(Queensland) 1898 1d picture stationery card ‘View of Works, Mount Morgan’ (Once the world’ largest Gold Mine). Very fine unused.
(Transvaal) 1891 long cover between Gold Fields of South Africa Ltd, Johannesburg to London franked 1885-93 4d. bronze-green horizontal strip of three, Cape Town transit and arrival backstamp. Vertical filing crease at right.
1905 1d. picture postal stationery card ‘Gold Mine and Works Charters Towers’ used to Erfurt, Germany and uprated ½d. green tied by ‘472’ numeral obliterators, slightly unclear cds to left, arrival cds, with message on reverse.
1914 part parcel card for one gold bar from Tati Concessions Ltd to African Banking Corp, Bulawayo, franked Great Britain overprinted 2d. (5) and with late usage of 1888 pair of 2 shillings, all tied Francistown cds;fine and attractive.