JOURNAL OF THE RHODESIAN STUDY CIRCLE: NO. 289 JANUARY 2022

  • Editorial                                                                                           
  • Membership News and Information                           
  • Obituary: Allan MacLaren                                                                          
  • Matters Arising                                                                              
  • Members Share                                                                              
  • Reports of RSC Meetings and Exhibitions:                 
  • London (16/9/2021)        
  • Melbourne Virtual (30/10/2021)        
  • South African Nationals (21-23/10/2021)        
  • Some recent Ebay activity        
  • The Armbruster Cover – Brian Coop        
  • Bond of Security with Second Bulawayo
  • Provisional Stamps – Patrick Flanagan        
  • Lobengula’s Seals Revealed – Paul Hubbard        
  • Imperial Airways’ Meikles Hotel Advertising
  • Cancellation – Peter Wingent        
  • Two covers and three names: White, Willoughby and Govett – Ian Gordon-Cumming        
  • An interesting 1d Rhodesia Admiral – Miguel Bernardo        
  • Postage Due Labels Pay for Delivery in Harare – David Frye        
  • The Southern Rhodesia WWII Octagonal Censor Handstamp – Keith Harrop and Mark Loomis      
  • “Ghost” Print on 1963 1/- NR Postage Due – Patrick Moore and Adam Goulding       
  • The Machine Cancellations of Southern Rhodesia during Federation 1953-1963 – Mike Hughes       
  • Zimbabwe: An abbreviated Postal History – Rod Kantor       
  • Tuppence Worth – Adam Goulding       
  • Nyasaland Slogan Cancels – John Shawley       
  • The Mkushi Postage Due, type written in red –
  • Patrick Flanagan       
  • Kariba in Black and White – Narendhra Morar       
  • Charles George Glass: Does the creator of Castle Lager have a connection with Rhodesia? – Adrian de Bourbon       
  • Revenue use of the Penny Double Head in Rhodesia – Sean Burke       
  • A.J. Storey Correspondence 1897-1941 – John Shawley