THE RAREST HIGH VALUE OF BRITISH COMMONWEALTH
1901 (Jun) Â£100 Cherry-Red, unused with part original gum, some minor toning, fine and fresh colour, cert. Brandon (2008). Â£100 in 1901 was equivalent to a gold currency value of Â£29’000 today! Apparently only one other unused example (with a thin) is recorded even though SG states “a number of mint known”. Catalogued by the South Africa Colour Catalogue at R4’500’000 (around â¬ 400’000). The most important stamp of Rhodesia.