Otto Peetoom
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Contents Issue No 8 February 2018 (44 Pages)
Philatelic Forum 1927 ½d Springbok with a partial Double Impression

Philatelic Forum Interesting snippets in The Stamp Collectors’ Fortnightly

Philatelic Forum The First Man to Post Himself
Philatelic Forum When were the ORC Overprints Demonetised (Update)
Submarine K XVIII and its connection to KLM’s first Trans-Atlantic Flight
Philatelic Forum RSA Major Varieties (Update)
Philatelic Forum Stanley Gibbons - A Romantic Tale Develops
Philatelic Forum South West Africa - 1973 ‘April Fool’
Philatelic Forum Privately Produced Airmail Label
South Africa The last Printings of the 2d Union Buildings
Transvaal - Mozambique The Transvaal and Delgoa Bay
South Africa South Africa King’s Heads - Inverted Watermarks
Airmails 1937 By Air - Brisbane to Cape Town - a Remarkable Lady
Contents
Southern Rhodesia 1938 - 1952 King George VI Booklets
Bechuanaland Cape Colony Confusion Regarding the Bechuanalands
South Africa WWII Maritime Labels
South West Africa 1967 The HALALI Hunting Horn Cancellation
South Africa Table Mountain as seen on Stamps
Railways South African Rail versus Station
Maritime Irvin and Johnson Connection with Kreguelen
 
Postal Orders The Evolution of South Africa Overprints on G.B. Postal Orders
Republic of South Africa RSA Philatelic Foundation Souvenir Sheets
SWA Early Fledgling Stamp Exhibitions in South West Africa
Philately Observations on Southern Africa Philatelic Journals
SWA Essays for the 1984 Centenary of German Colonisation (Back cover)
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 7 - October 2017 - Has been posted

Contents Issue No 7 October 2017 (44 Pages)
Philatelic Forum Poole’s Monthly Philatelist (1902) - Army Post Offices

Philatelic Forum A Philatelic Curiosity (St Helena)

Philatelic Forum When were ORC Overprints Demonetised?
Philatelic Forum Basutoland Officials - Another ‘Update’
Philatelic Forum The Rex Priced Catalogue of the Postage Stamps of KGVI
Philatelic Forum Cape of Good Hope Triangular Bisects
Orange Free State Smithfield (OFS) - A Novel Way of Posting Newspapers
Bechuanaland/Rhodesia - The Route North - 1890’s Cape Town to Bulawayo
Tristan da Cunha- Robert Foran’s Visit to Tristan - Fact or Fiction?
South Africa WWI - S.A. Gifts and Comforts Organisation
South West Africa - Remote Postal Agencies - Klipdam and Impalila
South Africa Post WWII - 1947 Navy Week and Springbok Village in Surrey
Contents
Maritime - Marion Island - Weather Station and Post Office
Southern Rhodesia - South Africa’s Proposed Rhodesian Stamp Issue
Zululand - The Bambatha Rebellion and Dinizulu
South Africa - Gifts and Comforts Charities during WWII
Pioneering SA Philately - Early South African Philatelic Journals
Airmails - Early and Experimental Commercial Aviation in South Africa
Transvaal - The Vurtheim Imperforates
South Africa Revenues - Watch your language
Southern Rhodesia - 1928 - 1933 King George V Booklets
Tristan da Cunha - A Visit by a Submarine
Republic of South Africa - Commemoratives - The Fourth Decade 1991 - 2000
South African Airmails - Gems from the 1925 Air Mail Issue (Back cover)
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 6 - June 2017

  Contents Issue No 6 June 2017 (44 Pages)   Contents  
 
Philatelic Forum 1) British Empire Exhibition Labels
  South Africa WWII - SA Labels & Street Flags Part I - Red Cross (4 pages)  
 

Philatelic Forum 2) 1927 ½d Springbok with a partial Double Impression

  SA & SWA Revenues - Penalty Stamps of South Africa By Brian Trotter (2 pages)  
  Philatelic Forum 3) An Obscure First Flight from Kroonstad to Germiston   Southern Rhodesia P.O. - Balla Balla in the Umzingwani District (2 pages)  
  Philatelic Forum 4) The First Man who Posted Himself
  Pioneering SA Philately - Early South African Journals - Continued (2 pages)  
  Philatelic Forum 5) An Unappealing Place Name like ‘Slurry’   Bechuanaland/Boer War - 1899 - 1900 The Boer War in Bechuanaland - Part II
 
  Philatelic Forum 6) The Inconsistency of the Stamp Collector   The Siege of Mafeking and its Relief By Otto Peetoom (6 pages)  
  Philatelic Forum 7) An Insight in the Ferrari Sales during the 1920’s   Republic of South Africa - 1979 4c Christmas Fund Missing Gold Variety  
  South Africa WWII - 1941 SA Red Cross Special War Appeal By Otto Peetoom   Southern Rhodesia - A Page From the Thomas Matthews Collection (Back cover)  
  Rhodesia - Early Days at the Victoria Falls By Otto Peetoom (5 pages)   Articles in the pipeline - During 2017  
  Antarctic/Tristan The Last ‘Heroic’ Antarctic Expedition on the Quest (5 pages)   South Africa - Early South African Philatelic Journals Continued  
  Boer War - The Boer Invasion of Natal By Richard Stock (2 pages)   South Africa - Officials of Southern Africa Continued  
  Aerogrammes - Aerogrammes and Southern African Rarities (4 pages)   South Africa Travelling Post Offices (TPO)  
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 5 - February 2017 - Now in circulation
  Contents Issue No 5 February 2017 (44 Pages)   Contents  
 
Philatelic Forum News - Southern Africa Philately Issue No 4 1) Bouvet Island
  Maritime - The ‘SHIPPING POSTMASTER’ Cancellations of S. Africa By J. Frank  
 

Philatelic Forum 2) Pioneering South African Philately

  Boer War - A ‘Second Siege of Ladysmith By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 3) British Empire Exhibition Labels   SWA - Bruno Büchner and the First G.S.W.A. 1914 Airmails By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 4) The First Union Stamp Exhibition - Durban 1913
  South Africa - Major Union Varieties and Two ½d Double Prints By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 5) Southern Rhodesia 1953 Definitive Issue   Cape of Good Hope - Cape Colony Re-addressed Mail By Brian Trotter  
  Philatelic Forum 6) Early South African Philatelic Societies - Kimberley   Southern Rhodesia - Arcturus in the Province Mashonaland East By Bill O’Connell  
  Philatelic Forum 7) RSA Major Commemorative Varieties by Otto Peetoom   Book Review - Southern African Mails By Brian Trotter  
  Philatelic Forum 8) Send Yourself by ‘Parcel Post’   WWI & WWII Labels - Africa British Navy League Labels By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 9) 1916 SWA - ‘Merely a Suggestion’   1899 - 1900 The Boer War in Bechuanaland - Part I By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 10) 1925 The Northern Rhodesia Interim Period (An update)   Bechuanaland - A Letter from the Warren Expedition to Sudan By Richard Stock  
  Philatelic Forum 11) Rhodesia used ‘Abroad’ during the Interim period   Boer War - 1900 Schweizer Renecke - Besieged By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 12) Natal ‘DN RAIL’ - An Unusual cancellation   South Africa - 1910 Cape Town Pageant - Brochures and a Rare Envelope  
  Philatelic Forum 13) South West Africa - An ‘OFFICIAL’ Rarity   Articles in the pipeline - During 2017  
  Philatelic Forum 14) South Africa - The Miners’ Phthisis Board   Boer War - The Relief of Mafeking  
  Philatelic Forum 15) Mr Stanley Gibbons - Recollections of Forty Years   South Africa - Early South African Philatelic Journals Continued  
  Basutoland - Basutoland Officials - Used Sets - An Update   South Africa - Officials of Southern Africa Continued  
  Rhodesia - Rhodesia and Nyasaland Postage Dues 1929 - 1954   South Africa Travelling Post Offices (TPO)  
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 4 - October 2016
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  Contents Issue No 4 October 2016 (44 Pages)   Contents  
 
Philatelic Forum 1) Basutoland - KGVI 6d Definitive Imperforate to Margin
  Swaziland - Cape Union Steam Ship Mail to Swaziland  
 

Philatelic Forum 2) Stamps, stamps and more stamps

  Southern Rhodesia 1929 6d Horizontal strip of three with blind Perforations between  
  Philatelic Forum 3) SWA Road and Railway Letter Post   RSA Commemoratives - Major Commemorative Varieties By O. Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 4) The 1914-15 German South West Africa Campaign
  Early Philately - Pioneering South African Philately  
  Philatelic Forum 5) Armoured Trains and Looted Mail   Northern Rhodesia 1924 - 1925 The Northern Rhodesia Interim Period  
  Philatelic Forum 6) Early South African Philatelic Societies   Southern Rhodesia 1923 - 1924 The Southern Rhodesia Interim Period  
  Philatelic Forum 7) Number of Stamps on a Commercial Envelope   South Africa 1924 - 25 The British Empire Exhibition  
  Philatelic Forum 8) South Africa’s 1d Ship Definitive   Southern Rhodesia - Antelope Mine - A history of its Post Office - By Bill O’Connell  
  Philatelic Forum 9) British Bechuanaland   Southern Rhodesia 1953 Definitives By Keith Harrop  
  Philatelic Forum 1) South African WWI Labels   Natal - 1911 The Natal Railway System  
  Philatelic Forum 11) SACS Leamington Spa Philatelic Weekend   World War I - A Suspected invasion of Southern Rhodesia by Boer Forces  
  Philatelic Forum 12) Overprinted British Postal Orders in Southern Africa   Basutoland - Used Basutoland Officials  
  South Africa - The Miners' Phthisis Board By Simon Peetoom   Stamp Exhibition -The First Union Stamp Exhibition - Durban 1913  
  Maritime - Antarctic Bouvet Island - A Philatelic Connection By Otto Peetoom   Northern Rhodesia 1963 QEII Definitives and a very rare contemporary Postal Notice  
  British Bechuanaland - The Warren Expedition By Brian Trotter      
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 3 - June 2016
  Contents Issue No 3 June 2016 (44 Pages)   Contents  
 
Philatelic Forum 1) The Design of the Stamps of the Orange Free State
  Overprinted British Postal Orders in Southern Africa - By John Gledhill  
 

Philatelic Forum 2) Too Many ‘Spectators’ - Nothing new

  The Rand Tram - A Ticket to Ride - By Alan Drysdall and Fernando Torres  
  Philatelic Forum 3) 1939 An Unusual treat for Tristan Da Cunha   SWA - The 1914-15 German South West Africa Campaign - By Paul van Zeyl  
  Philatelic Forum 4) What is a Postal Stationery Postcard?
  A Brief History of Avondale in the District of Salisbury - By Bill O’Connell  
  Philatelic Forum 5) Southern Rhodesia 1924 - 1931 Admiral Definitives   RSA Commemoratives Part I - The First 30 Years (1961 - 1990) - By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 6) The Fate of the Zululand Remainder Stock   Transvaal 1858 Letter from Lydenburg - By Brian Trotter  
  Philatelic Forum 7) An Unusual Airmail Label   Swaziland & Basutoland - 1933 - 34 The Rise and Fall of their Officials By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 8) Basutoland - Symbolic Crocodile   Northern Rhodesia - Redirected Mail - By Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 9) The Earliest Pre-Union Stamp Exhibitions   South West Africa Hand Painted Essays - By Otto Peetoom  
  Stellaland - Imperforate Varieties on the 1884 Issue - By Otto Peetoom   South West Africa - An Issue is Born - By Otto Peetoom  
  South West Africa 1977 - 81 Rail Letter Post - By Simon Peetoom   Philatelic Amusement - Stamps, stamps and more stamps - How it all began  
  Early Southern Rhodesia Aviation - By Otto Peetoom   South West Africa - 1984 Traditional Head-dresses 40c Rejected hand-painted Essay  
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 2 - February 2016
  Contents Issue No 2 February 2016 (44 Pages)   Contents  
 
Philatelic Forum 1) Basutoland and the Symbol of the Crocodile
  Republic of South Africa - The 1977 Protea Definitives by Gary Brown  
 

Philatelic Forum 2) South Africa 1935 Silver Jubilee publicity

  South Africa - World War I Labels by Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 3) Round the British Empire in the Nineties - Zululand   South Africa - The 1914 South African Rebellion by Paul van Zeyl  
  Philatelic Forum 4) South African Air Mail Propaganda
  OFS - A Tale of the OFS 1900 VRI 3d on 4d Overprint  
  Philatelic Forum 5) An Unusual Airmail Label   British Postal Orders Overprinted Cape Colony and Transvaal by John Gledhill  
  Forum 6) Nyasaland 1935 Silver Jubilee - No’s Printed, distributed, sold and destroyed   Southern Rhodesia - Press Publicity for the 1935 Silver Jubilee by Otto Peetoom  
  Philatelic Forum 7) CGH 1878 Postal Stationery card H&G 1   Transvaal - A Challenge by Lars Jørgensen  
  Bechuanaland - A letter from Barotseland forwarded via the Protectorate   Transvaal - KEVII 2/6 Revenue with Inverted Centre by Otto Peetoom  
  Northern Rhodesia - A Motor boat Expedition by Derek Lambert   Transvaal - 1887 Delivering the Post in Johannesburg  
  WWI - Lake Tanganyika and G.E.A. by Derek Lambert   Bechuanaland - The KEVII 6d Transvaal overprinted Bechuanaland Protectorate  
  Natal - Natal Government Railways - O.H.M.S. Envelopes by Otto Peetoom   British Pioneers of South African Philately by Otto Peetoom  
  Antarctic Expeditions and its Posts by Otto Peetoom   Promoting Southern Africa Philately - Listing of participating organizations  
  Boer War - Armoured Trains and Looted Mail by Richard Stock   Stamp Exhibitions - The Earliest Pre-Union Stamp Exhibitions by Otto Peetoom  
  South West Africa - SWA Road and Railway Letter Post by Otto Peetoom   South Africa - World War I Street Flags by Otto Peetoom  
Southern Africa Philately Issue No 1 - September 2015

  Contents Issue No 1 September 2015 (44 Pages)   Contents  
Contents - Editorial   OFS - A Review of the Philately of the Orange Free State  
  New Book in Preparation   Southern Africa - The Introduction of Meter Franks in South and Central Africa  
  The Annual Southern Africa Philately Conference 2002 - 2014 / Publication News   Transvaal - KEVII ½d with an Inverted Centre  
  Basutoland - 1852 A Yorkshire Man at the Battle of Berea   Republic of South Africa - The Re-Chromed Cylinders of the Buildings Definitive  
  Botswana - 2006 - 80t on 90t Reedbuck With Inverted Overprint - SG 1048ab   South West Africa - An Aerogramme is Born  
  Bechuanaland - 1935 - 1966 Commemorative Stamps   Swaziland - 1902 Resumption of Postal Services and the Interprovincial Period  
  Natal - Port Natal, Durban and Natal’s Railway History   Swaziland - Early Union of South Africa stamps used in Swaziland  
  Natal - KEVII Official Stamps   SWA 'RAIL' Offices since the 1915 Occupation  
  Cape - Postage Stamp Booklets of the Cape Colony   Stellaland - A short Review of its Stamps and the Remainder stock  
  Northern Rhodesia’s Involvement in World War I   Rhodesia - 1916 Late use of Victoria Falls Stationery Cards H&G 11a  
  Rhodesian Cigarette Tax Labels   Transvaal - The West-End Philatelist’s Connection with Southern Africa  
  South Africa - 1960 Fifty Years of Union, UNIPEX Memories, Stamps and Varieties   1910 Cape Town Pageant Labels & Rare Envelopes  
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On Wednesday 12 August the first edition of Southern Africa Philately became available online and comments across the Globe came in

Keith Harrop - UK
...Congratulations to you all on producing such an interesting and varied magazine.
I read and enjoyed articles from countries that I do not collect.


Henk de Lange - South Africa...I looks fantastic and is very easy on the eye. Congratulations. And thanks for editing my ad which now looks a lot more attractive

Barry Horne - UK...Like the new magazine and look forward to the final production

Peter Thy - USA...Congratulations with Southern Africa Philately. Looks nice and contains some articles of lasting value. Will promote your project in the next issue of Forerunners

Dave Wengrowe - South Africa...Congratulations on your new publication. I think it should be very successful as it contains a cross-section of stamp collecting interests to please most collectors

Ian Shapiro - UK...Absolutely magnificent - well done Otto, I’m very pleased

Clinton Hale - South Africa...Very impressive, well done

Malcolm Groom - Australia…Congratulations on the new journal

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We seek support from all of the philatelic societies to continue to publicise the November conference, we wish to use the funds raised so far to promote
Southern Africa Philately and we hope to continue to raise the profile of the November Conference, especially around the world.

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Published and Available Now

On the Veldt in the Orange Free State
The Postal History of the
Orange Free State 1830-1900


Robert Allison RDPSA

An easy to read account of the history of the
post of this“dear little Model Republic”
from the first missionary explorations to
the beginning of the Anglo Boer War

450+ A4 pages, c. 350 colour illustrations,
with an accompanying DVD containing
additional chapters on Forgeries and Revenues, major exhibits of Republican Stamps, Stationery, Postal History, Anglo-Boer War, etc.

 
The Postal History of the Orange Free State 1830-1900 by Robert Allison RDPSA published 2015 by BPA Expertising Educational Charity

ISBN 978-0-9542032-5-2, hardback 21.5 x 30.5 cm, 467p, ill, maps plus dvd.
Price £90 plus postage and packing
(discounted to members of the associated study circles)
Details re ordering and methods of payment from Richard Stroud, 24 Hooper Close, Burnham-on-Sea TA8 1JQ, Somerset
email richardstroudph@gofast.co.uk.

Reviewed by Alan Drysdall, RDP, RDPSA, FRPSL


This is the sort of book that is the aim and ideal of any specialist society. The account is comprehensive and profusely illustrated with pictures, maps - a basic requirement for any postal history study, but all-too-often overlooked - and of course covers. The latter are all in colour and the large format of the book allows full-size illustrations, which are always welcome. Every rate, all of which are described and tabulated for ease of reference, would seem to be illustrated with at least one cover. The referencing to previous publications is comprehensive and well organised. The story is leavened with historical accounts such as the background to the important Fairie and Hope correspondences and relevant illustrations, making the whole an easy read that even the non-specialist can enjoy. Not only a well edited but an attractively presented account that is a credit to all concerned.

The accompanying dvd is a real bonus. Additional chapters describing the revenue stamps and forgeries are written and illustrated to the same high standard as the other chapters of the book. The list of exhibits includes comprehensive scans of exhibits by other well-known OFS collectors, namely John Cheminais, Tim Bartsche and Michael Smith as well as Bob Allison's own gold medal exhibit of the ‘V.R.I.’ overprints. A very welcome record of the major existing collections of the OFS. And there are no less than three articles on OFS topics by recognised authorities, namely Otto Peetoom, Michael Smith and John Cowlin.

The postal history of the individual territories of southern Africa is closely interwoven and it is pointless to attempt to study the postal history of any one area in isolation. There is much to be learnt about interstate mail in southern Africa and even more about the close link between overseas mail and the postal history of Cape Colony from this book. It is therefore an absolute ‘must’ for any serious student of the postal history of any part of southern Africa, and moreover a model that sets a high standard for the study of the postal history of any colonial territory.

New Book - Catalogue of the adapted German postmarks in
Southwest Africa after 1915

By Uwe Albert / Hans Koppe

In August 2016 the Arbeitsgemeinschaft der Sammler Deutscher Kolonialpostwertzeichen e.V. (Study Group of the Collectors of German Colonial Stamps) issued a new publication, the first issue of the Catalogue of the adapted German postmarks in Southwest Africa after 1915.

The foreword with introduction is available in both German and English, which will allow also
non-German speaking collectors to use this catalogue. The postmarks are all shown in the original version as well as the adapted version with description of the changes done. For each cancel the known period of use is mentioned as well as estimation of the occurrence on the market. Market values in Euro for the cancels on entire are given. Also a coloured image of each cancel used on piece is shown.

This work is a comprehensive summary the complex area of the adapted postmarks of German Southwest Africa on 104 pages in 17 x 25 cm, coated softcover and high quality section sewn binding.

Price € 19.- + € 4.- international shipment.
This catalogue is only available direct from the Study Group and can also be paid through PayPal.

Reference address:
Harald Krieg; Keltenstr. 32; 41462 Neuss/Germany; e-mail: 2.Geschaeftsfuehrer@kolonialmarken.de
(also for PayPal payment in Euro currency only).
More information (also in English) about the Study Group: www.kolonialmarken.de