Volume 51, Issue 3

Whole number 195Pages: 85-124
November, 2016

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  • The telegraphic use of “Queen’s Head” revenue stamps during the First British Occupation of the Transvaal
    Higson, A. pg. 104

  • The colours of the inks used in the cancellations of Swaziland 1889-1894
    Higson, A. pg. 105-106

  • The earliest recorded regular Z.A.R. stamp used on cover from Swaziland
    Higson, A. pg. 108

  • Who produced the ZAR postcards handstamped “Swazieland”?
    Board, C. pg. 109-110

  • The Bremersdorp rectangular telegraph handstamp
    Higson, A. pg. 111

  • The Bremersdorp cds with and without the “Z.A.R.”
    Higson, A. pg. 112-113

  • The Indhlovukazi of Swazieland
    Higson, A. pg. 115

  • Edwardian Official Mail and Post Office Free Services
    Woolgar, J. pg. 116-120

  • West Koppies, Official Cover from Pretoria Lunatic Asylum and the Coach Agent at Buffelsdoorn
    Woolgar, J. pg. 121-122

  • Propaganda cartoon picture postcards relating to the Chinese Labour Experiment in the Transvaal – a menu to die for!
    Woolgar, J. pg. 123

  • From Embabaan to Mbabane
    Higson, A. and Høgberg, F. pg. 124

  • From Embabaan to Mbabane
    Høgberg, F. and Higson, A. pg. 124

  • Christmas and New Year Greetings Cards from the ZAR Telegraaf Kantoor 1894 to 1899
    Woolgar, J. pg. 125-126