Central African Rhodes Centenary Exhibition
1953 – Central African Rhodes Centenary Exhibition
1953 – Coronation
From the 1920’s Harry S. Hopkins & Co, Salisbury handled insurance for the Norwich Union as agents, and also held agencies for Cadbury’s chocolates.
The company also had a branch in Ndola.
The Norwich Union Life Insurance Company was established in 1808 as a mutual life insurer. The company was originally known as the Norwich Union Society (or Union Office) for Insurances on Lives and Survivorships. It was incorporated on May 10 1893 when it changed its name to the Norwich Union Life Insurance Society.
An agency was established in Rhodesia in 1903.From the 1920’s, Harry S Hopkins & Co., Ltd were the managers in Salisbury and Ndola.
On June 16 1997, the company was renamed the Norwich Union Life Insurance Company Ltd. On 21 February 2000, Norwich Union plc, the holding company, announced that it was merging with CGU plc to form CGNU plc, which was rebranded as Aviva plc in July 2002.
Norwich Union Life was registered as dormant on December 23 2003.
1953 – Rhodes’ Centenary
1952 – George VI Definitive – New Values
George VI Definitive – New Colours 2nd Release
George VI Definitive (New Colours)