Glendale Farmers’ Association: Stationery (25471)

Glendale Farmers’ Association

Stationery (25471)

Details

  • Date of Issue: April 1969
  • Client: Mazoe (Glendale) Farmers’ Association
  • Reqn.: 25471
  • Printer: Art
  • Paper: White
  • Quantity: 1,000

Magwegwe

Magwegwe

Bulawayo

 

Magwewe is a high density suburb, east of Bulawayo.

Postal Services

  • 1978.04.03 – Opened as a money and telegraph office.

Postmarks

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Allen, Wack & Shepherd (Rhodesia) Ltd

Allen, Wack & Shepherd (Rhodesia) Ltd

Salisbury

 

Allen Wack and Shepherd started as a warehousing company in the 1890’s in Rhodesia.

By the 1950’s they provided services as a travel bureau, forwarding agent, shipping agent, customs clearing agent, insurance and warehousing.

They now trade as Allen Wack & Shepherd Global Freight (Pvt) Ltd.

References

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J Ginsberg & Co Ltd

J Ginsberg & Co Ltd

Bulawayo

Joseph Ginsberg was born in London 10 November 1894. He left London to live in Rhodesia in 1920 where established J Ginsberg & Co Ltd in the same year. Previously married to Gertrude Ginsberg with two children, Faye and Louis, he later married Mabel Bones Ginsberg (b.1909) on 28 January 1952. Ginsberg died 28 November 1982.

The business provided services as a land and estate agent, business brokers, company secretaries and valuations.

Agent For

References

  • The City of Bulawayo: Official Guide

Pearl Assurance Company

Pearl Assurance Company

London

Pearl Assurance Company was founded in 1857 as The Pearl Loan Company. It changed its name to The Pearl Assurance Company in 1914.

On 1 April 1960, Pearl Assurance Company took over most of the British Commonwealth Insurance Company’s activities in the Federation of Rhodesia & Nyasaland, including the business arising from the association with the Commonwealth and Commonwealth Permanent Building Societies in Southern and Northern Rhodesia.

The Pearl Assurance building was the first large building to be erected in Salibsury which had been designed by a female architect, and had a number of innovative features, but its sign, The Pearl, was significant, and still there, although the company is no more.

In 1990, the company was acquired by the Australian insurance group, AMP, and in 2003, Pearl, NPI and London Life were demerged from AMP to become part of Henderson Group.

In 2005, the Pearl Group was bought from Henderson Group by Sun Capital Partners and TDR Capital. It acquired Resolution Life in 2008 (including its Phoenix Assurance operations). In 2009, the business was acquired by the Liberty Acquisition Holdings (International) Company, which subsequently renamed itself Pearl Group.

In 2010, Pearl Group changed its name to Phoenix Group Holdings. In March 2014, the business sold Ignis Asset Management to Standard Life Investments, the asset management arm of Standard Life.

Stationery

References

  • Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland Newsletter, Issues 1-26, 1960

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Pearl Assurance Company: Accident Renewal Receipt

Pearl Assurance Company

Accident Renewal Receipt

Alexander Ian Jaffey: Stationery (L.1505)

Alexander Ian Jaffey

Stationery

Details

  • Date of Issue: 
  • Customer: A I Jaffey
  • Reqn.: L.1505
  • Printer: Typocrafters
  • Paper:  Blue
  • Quantity:
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