Postcards: SAPSCO – Series S.00 – Real Photo Type IID

SAPSCO

Series S.00 – Real Photo Type IID

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
S.3Eastern Cataract, Victoria Falls.

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Postcards: Print-Ad Products Pty Ltd – Type I – Salisbury Publicity Association

Print-Ad Products Pty Ltd

Type I – Salisbury Publicity Association

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
PS 9Zimbabwe Ruins
PS 10Zimbabwe Ruins
PS 13Ale Flowers…Kariba Wall
PS 21Cecil Square, Salisbury
PS 23Baker Avenue, Salisbury22/10/1965
Floral Clock, Salisbury

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Postcards: SAPSCO – Series K.400 – Real Photo Type IVE

SAPSCO

Series K.400 – Real Photo Type IVE

 

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
K.499Borotse Women, Victoria Falls Bridge.

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Postcards: Budrick’s Art Galleries – Series IA

Budrick’s Art Galleries

Series IA

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
142Grave of the Right Hon. Cecil J Rhodes in the Matoppo Hills.12/07/1905

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Pre-Production: 1910 – Union of South Africa

British South Africa Company

1910 – Union of South Africa

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1959 – B.O.A.C. – First Comet IV Regular Service (Johannesburg to London)

British Overseas Airways Corporation

1959 – First Comet IV Regular Service (Johannesburg to London)

From Johannesburg to London
From Salisbury to Rome
From Salisbury to Nairobi
From Salisbury to London

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1959 – B.O.A.C. – First Comet IV Regular Service (London to Johannesburg)

British Overseas Airways Corporation

1959 – First Comet IV Regular Service (London to Johannesburg)

From Kenya to Johannesburg
From London to Johannesburg
From Sudan to Johannesburg

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1959 – British Overseas Airways Corporation – First Comet IV Regular Service

British Overseas Airways Corporation

First Comet IV Regular Service

On 2nd December, 1959, British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) inaugurated the first flight from London to Johannesburg using the Comet IV (London to Salisbury section). The 17.5 hr scheduled flight left London via Rome, Khartoum, Nairobi to Salisbury. Then Salisbury to Johannesburg.

First Flight Covers

1957 – B.O.A.C. – First Britannia Regular Service (Johannesburg to London)

British Overseas Airways Corporation

1957 – First Britannia Regular Service (Johannesburg to London)

From South Africa to Southern Rhodesia
From Southern Rhodesia to Italy
From Southern Rhodesia to London
From Southern Rhodesia to Sudan

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