22nd July 1908
perf 14, typo
|wmk crown and CA, chalky paper|
|1 shilling black, green||1||72|
|wmk multiple crown and CA, ordinary paper|
|½ penny green||2||73|
|wmk multiple crown and CA, chalky paper|
|3d violet, yellow||4||75|
|4d scarlet and black, yellow||5||76|
|6d red violet and violet||6||77|
|2/6 carmine and black, blue||7||78|
|4/- black and carmine||8||79|
|10/- red and green, green||9||80|
|£1 black and violet, red||10||81|
|£10 ultra and lilac||11||82|
† Scott  begins a new listing for Nyasaland but Gibbons lists British Central Africa overprints SG1-SG71 first, thus Sc1 = SG71. Scott lists the BCA overprints as a separate entry under British Central Africa.
|6th July 1964 Sc1 SG211 ‡|
The British South Africa Company administered the territory which eventually became Malawi, Zambia and Zimbabwe. The full history is given on the British Central Africa page and see also the StampWorldHistory schematic.
So far as this area is concerned, formerly part of British Central Africa, administered by the British South Africa Company, in 1907 it became the Nyasaland Protectorate until it joined the Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland in 1954. After the Federation broke up in 1963, it became the independent state of Malawi.
‡ While Scott lists Malawi from #1, Gibbons continues sequentially from Nyasaland SG1-SG210.