1979 – National Tree Planting Day

Malawi

1979 – National Tree Planting Day

Details

  • Date of Issue: 21st January, 1979
  • Date Withdrawn:
  • Date Invalidated:
  • Designer: L Curtis
  • Printer: House of Questa
  • Process: Lithographed
  • Paper:
  • Watermark: Cockerels
  • Perf: 13.5
  • Cylinders:
  • Sheet:
  • Booklet: N/A
  • Quantity:

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Postcards: The Company of Mary – Series A – Vicariat Apostolique du Shire

The Company of Mary

Series A – Vicariat Apostolique du Shire

No.sDescriptionEarliest PMK Date
N/AAbri pour les gardiens de jardin
N/AAntilope Egocere
N/AAntilope Inyala
N/AChefs Nyasaland
N/ADanse Anguni
N/AElan21/02/1914
N/AFacade de l'Eglise du Nzama
N/AFaune du pays
N/AGentleman de la brousse
N/AGroupe de Chretiens de la Mission du Nzama
N/AIndigenes
N/ALeopard22/07/1914
N/ALion a la porte de son piege
N/AMgr L. Auneau - Vicariat du Shiré
N/AMission d'Utale - Mainson des Peres
N/APigeonnier Africain
N/APorteuses de bois
N/AType Angourou
N/AType Yao
N/ATypes du pays
N/AVieillards Indigenes
N/AVieillards, Chefs Angonis

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1900: Notice No.4 of 1900

Departments of Posts and Telegraphs

Notice No.4 of 1900

9th April, 1900

 

Reduction of Postage Rates to and from North-Eastern Rhodesia.

It is hereby notified for public information that on and after May 1, 1900, the Letter rate of postage between Southern Rhodesia and North-Eastern Rhodesia and vice versa will be reduced to Twopence per half ounce or fraction thereof. From the same date the rate of Letter postage from North-Eastern Rhodesia to the United Kingdom and places overseas will be reduced to Fourpence per half ounce or fraction thereof.

 

G. H. Eyre, Postmaster-General

General Post Office, Salisbury

Revenue: Native Commissioner’s Office

Native Commissioner’s Office

 

Native Commissioner’s Officer – Charter District, Mashonaland
IssueValueEarliest UseLatest Use
Double Heads6d05.12.1914
Double Heads1/-14.03.1913
Double Heads2/-00.11.1913
Double Heads2/6d24.04.1913

Postcards: Tucks – 1924 Empire Exhibition – Series 2

Tucks Postcards

1924 Empire Exhibition – Series 2

No.sDescriptionEarliest Postmark Date
1Southern Rhodesia. Small-Workers Mine Plant
2Southern Rhodesia. Grave of Mr. Cecil John Rhodes. Matopo Hills.
3Southern Rhodesia. Dipping Cattle.
4Southern Rhodesia. Native Labourers Bagging Maize.
5Southern Rhodesia. Aerial photograph of Victoria Falls.
6Southern Rhodesia. View of Victoria Falls from railway bridge over Gorge.

Feeder Service to Madagascar 1934 – Broken Hill to Madagascar

Feeder Service to Madagascar 1934

Imperial Airways Ltd/les Services Aeriens de Madagascar

Broken Hill to Tananarive

Broken Hill to Tete

Empire Air Mail Scheme 1938 – Stage 3

Empire Air Mail Scheme 1938 – Stage 3

Australasia & New Zealand

The Empire Air Mail Scheme (EAMS) provided regular connections between the countries of the British Empire at the very low postal rate of 1½d per half oz. As this was an all-up service, an air mail label was not needed.

On the 26th July, 1938, the third stage of the scheme extended to Australia and New Zealand. Mail left Salisbury 28th July, 1938. Flown by Rhodesia and Nyasaland Airways (R.A.N.A.) to Beira, then by Imperial Airways to Alexandria by the Durban-Southampton flying boat service, then to Townsville on the Imperial Airways England-Australia service, and finally to Rabaul by WR Carpenter Airlines.

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Salisbury to New Zealand
Salisbury to Papua