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 1094

A Madame Joseph forgery, always with the same cancel date:  JA 10 11 

 

 

 1095

A non-descript, non-Rhodesia cancel.  Most likely added to increase the value of a gumless, unused stamp. 

 

 

A Madame Joseph forgery, always with the same cancel date:  25 JUN 1937 (somewhat blurred).

 

 

 

Looks like E. Proud's D7 cancel that only came out in 1929.  FORT JAMESON had an 'N.E.' rather than 'NORTHERN' during the BSAC period.

 

 

 1096b

 

A Madame Joseph BULAWAYO forgery.

 

 

 

 

1096ba

A Madame Joseph REGISTERED BULAWAYO forgery (Dated JA 10 11).

 

 1096c

A non-descript, non-Rhodesia cancel.  Most likely added to increase the value of a gumless, unused stamp.

 

 

 

 1097

 

A non-Rhodesia cancel over a fiscal cancel (still visible).  Assume a fabricated item here.

 

 

 

 1097a

A forged GWELO cancel - no doubt added to increase value. 

 

 

 

1098

A dubious SALISBURY cancel with a 22 SEP 25 date.  All BSAC stamps were invalid in Southern Rhodesia after May 1st, 1924.

 

 

 1098a

A fabricated, non-descript 'add-on' to appear 'used'.

 

 

 

 1098b

 

A Madame Joseph forgery.

 

 

 

 

1098c

A Madame Joseph forgery.

 

 

1098d

This is a couple of forged cancels over a fiscally-used stamp.  Offered on eBay in January 2016 as genuine used.

 

 

 1099

A fabricated, non-descript "add-on" to appear 'used'.

 

 

 

 1099a

 

A very crude BULAWAYO cancel with date 15 JU 99.  This predates the 1905 issue of the stamp by six years!

 

 

 

 1099b

A non-descript, non-Rhodesia cancel.  Most likely added to increase the value of a gumless, unused stamp.

 

 

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