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British Empire/Commonwealth collections/stock: South Africa 1910-90s (3300, SG cat £6200) with 1910 2½d 9M/20U, 1913 KGV M to 1/3 inc tete-beche prs, U to 2/- inc coils. 1920s & later pics M/U to 10/- totally unchecked for printings etc, cat as cheapest, did see 1927 10/- pr M (£200), so total will be much higher, 1925 Airmail set M, 1935 Silver Jubilee, 1941 War Effort prs (3+ sets with extras) no 1/3 value, 1942 Bantams 2+ sets M & 2+ sets U, more bulk 1930s-50s Pictorials prs, 1930s-80s Commems, Defs to 10/- M&U 1930s Voortrekker sets M/U, Decimals to 1R M/U & odds to 1990s. Also similar ranges of Officials from 1926-50s inc 50 prs M, Postage Dues M/U (160). Also pre-Union Provinces with Cape of Good Hope (74), Natal (60), OFS (30), Transvaal (285), Pietersburg (6) & Zululand (9) -total £1500. Also 1970-80s Homelands with Bophuthatswana, Ciskei, Transkei & Venda (400+, £100+). Finally SWA 1926-80s (680, £700) inc earlies to 10/-. Mostly F-VF M/MUH/U. SG cat £8500 = A$15,500. (4850)AVAILABLE at A$1100

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1945 War Savings 'PO 5-Year Cash Certificates' all diff with 10R series A1 watermark error 'GOVT OF INDIA & stars', then others all correct wmk 'GOVT OF BURMA & elephant' 10R series A1, 20R series B1, 20R series H1 with 'Joint Certificate Class A' imprint at top, 100R series D1, 100R series K1 with the 'Class A' imprint, 500R series E1, 500R series L1 with the 'Class A' imprint, & 1000R series F1. All are large banknote size format, with British Burma coat of arms at top middle. Nice UNC/aUNC. Lesser selection sold for an average of £36+ each at a London auction in 2010, so would make these £324+. Rare group. (9)SOLD at A$80