part is the Most Interesting Section
- Philatelists searching the Internet for Information and
Items of Interest Connected with Southern Africa Philately
will eventually need to put this Website into their FAVOURITES
Because No One Offers Anything Better!
|1926 - 27 London
|1930 - 45 Unhyphenated
|1933 - 48 Hyphenated
|1941 - 1946 Large
|1937 - 1952 Commemoratives
- 51 Stamp Booklets
- 61 Postage Dues
|RSA Booklets -
Will receive input soon
News on our Forum
- Missing images (2001 - 2010) added
I have recently acquired 2011 to 2015 Commemorative
Issues and will be adding them to the website in due
A major task is nearing completion being a review
of all RSA Commemoratives. Scanning
and cropping almost 400 sets of stamps has been a
major undertaking and is currently almost complete
from 1961 to 2010. It also includes
all the Pictorial Booklets.
A range of RSA articles will appear in two journals
Philately and The
RSA Booklets - During the course of 2016
these will be arranged on a seperate page
RSA Definitives - The initial task will be
to display all the various Definitive sets
SWA QEII Issues - I have started a page that
will display the issues from 1953 Coronation to 1990
The country will celebrate
fifty years of Independence in September 2016. Gibbons
Stamp Monthly is running a series of articles, being
a Review of fifty years of Stamps. In
the April GSM Part I Covers the definitive Issues.
Part II - July GSM covers the Commemoratives.
Part III August - Miniature Sheets. Part
IV September - Booklets & Postage Dues
2015 News The Collect
Southern Africa initiative was expanded
during the past year. There is now a seperate Bechuanaland
& Botswana website that may be accessed using
the appropriate links above. A new journal was launched
in September, being Southern
Africa Philately - details on
our Home page.
In October 2014 -
A Major restructure of the Entire Website was implemented.
During 2014, my intention of developing a
Collect Southern Africa theme
on the Internet has evolved and is steadily expanding.
During 2015 I hope to add many pages to this sector
and the likes of Basutoland, Bechuanaland
and Swaziland is
now on a seperate website that is my own Independent
website which compliments this site.
Input from others is either sporadic or slow and subsequently
the majority of material and images has been generated
by me and new material that appears is either taken
from my own Archives or collated from scratch.
Spink, Stanley Gibbons Auctions
and Murray Payne have been most cooperative
and sent me all their scans from their recent Auctions
that featured South African material.
I have Spink’s complete Bloom sale, Murray Payne’s
Auctions No’s 14, 15 and 16 and the SG Coote
collection of South Africa
Brian Trotter contributed his entire King’s
head material and all the foregoing promises a spectacular
Picture show of Union material.
Siegfried Mayr is keen to develop
a Voortrekker section and intial preparitions are
already in place