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“Dubois” British Commonwealth Collection of Stamps and Covers
Department of Printing & Stationery
- C.E. – Customs & Excise
- D. – Deeds & Patents
- G.S.O. – Government Stationery Office
- G.P.O. – General Post Office
- G.P.O. – Government Printing Office
- G.P. & S. – Government Printing & Stationery
- H.C. – High Court
- I.A. – Internal Affairs
- I.T. – Income Tax
- L.A. – Legislative Assembly
- M.O.H. – Master of the High Court
- P. Post Office
- P.H. – Public Health
- P.M.G. – Post Master General
- S.B. – Savings Bank
- S.O. – Stationery Office
- T. – Treasury
- T. – Telegraph
- T.M.O. – Telegraph & Money Office
- Z. – Customs & Excise
- B – Booklet
- E – Envelope
- F – Form
- M – 1000 (50M = 50,000)
- P – Pad
- S – Stationery
It is unknown who Will Renton actually was as there seems to be no details about a photographic business in this area by the name of Renton. However, there were Renton’s in the area in the first half of the 19th Century. Robert William Renton (1896-1950) worked on the Kraal Mine, Que Que, and Robert William Renton (1863-1934) who worked on the Cactus Mine, Gwelo.
Den of Antiquity
The Den of Antiquity was owned by J R Marshall and was located in Century House, Angwa Street, Salisbury. The business’ appears as early as 1978 but the Certificate of Registration was cancelled 31 January 1984.
They produced a number of commemorative covers similar in style to those produced by The African Fine Art & Books Co.
Salisbury Polio Clinic
A poliomyelitis clinic was established and operated by the Southern Rhodesian Branch of the British Red Cross. It was based in Salisbury on the grounds of the Infectious Diseases Hospital.
G H Addecott & Co Ltd
George H Addecott was a photographer based in Southern Rhodesia.