RSC Journal: No.265 September 2017

Vol. 67 No.3 September 2017/No.265

Content
  • Editorial
  • Membership News and Information
  • Obituaries – Bill Wallace and Cecil Russell
  • Book Reviews
  • RSC 70th Anniversary Celebrations
  • Matters Arising
  • Members Ask
  • Members Share
  • Reports of Meetings and Exhibitions:
    • Cape Town (13/05/2017)
    • Melbourne (10/06/2017)
    • South West England (21/05/2017)
    • Johannesburg (22/04/2017)
    • London (17/06/2017)
    • Melbourne (24/06/2017)
    • York Show (21-22/07/2017)
  • The Livingstone Provincial Stamps: SG280 and 281 – Phil Plimmer
  • First Day Cancels on the BSAC Admirals – A Rare Thing – Bob Gibbs
  • The BSAC Die 1 8d Admiral – Historical Overview and Identification – David Spivack
  • Postal History Surprises in Lancashire – Keith Harrop
  • A Question of Location: Mulugushi Postal Agency open 108 days – Adam Goulding 
  • The Colours and Printings of the 5d Double Head – Stephen Rhea-Johnson and Simon Hensman
  • A few thoughts on the 5d Double Head (an amuse bouche for Double Head Collectors) – Mark Thomas
  • From Bechuanaland to BSA Co. and back again. Tati Matabeleland/Francistown Post Offices – Mike Barter
  • Fort Young: a rare Northern Rhodesia SC Cancellation – Mike Barter
  • Postcard Forum: Argus Printing & Publishing Co. Ltd, Salisbury – Geoff Brakspear
  • A 1909 HG 11a Paris Missionary Society card – Patrick Flanagan
  • Of Kuruman, Moffat and Mzilikazi: a 1835 cover with a story – Peter Hickman
  • The Bulawayo Serrated Receipt Cancellation – Mike Hughes
  • Tales from the Archives – Matabeleland: The 1896 post-rebellion Police and Native Department Posts – Dave Collis
  • Lobengula’s Seal – Jack Joyce
  • Postcard Forum: J M Mein(Umtali) and more… – Andrew Wilkie
  • Gabriel Ellison – a remarkable woman – Adam Goulding
  • Northern Rhodesia censored registered cover posted from Lusaka APO 52 to Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia – Joan Soriano
  • A Late Bloomer – Brain Coop
  • The Colours and Printings of the 8d Double Head – Stephen Rhea-Johnson and Simon Hensman
  • A third Matabele Rebellion item recovered from the stagecoach attacked near Shangani – Peter Hickman
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