RHODESIA 1922-24 £1 black and magenta, SG311
Rhodesia 1922-24 £1 black and magenta, head die III, white paper, perforations 14, SG311.
A fine mint example with original gum. Fractionally toned gum and a couple of shortish perforations, still a fine stamp with fresh colour.
Stanley Gibbons catalogue value: £700.
The "Admiral" issues feature King George V in his Admiral of the Fleet uniform.
Rhodesia, named after Cecil Rhodes, the founder of the British South Africa Company, joined the South African Postal Union on 1 August 1892. At this point, its stamps became valid for international mail. The stamps issued throughout 1890-1923 are all inscribed "British South Africa Company".
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