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Copyright © 2004 By Scott Publishing Co.
IONIAN ISLANDS — IRAN888
Issue for Cephalonia and Ithaca1943Wmk. 140
Perf. 14 
OCCUPATION POSTAGE DUE
IONIAN ISLANDS
N26
A9425cdeep green22.50
45.00 
STAMPS
Stamps of Greece, 1937-38,
a.
Carmine overprint40.00
75.00 
Overprinted in Pairs Vertically,
¯i
-
¯o
-
e
-
ən ¯i
-
lənds
N27
A9550cpurple22.50
45.00 
Reading Down, or Horizontally (H) in
a.
Carmine overprint40.00
75.00 
General Issue
Black
No. N19 with this overprint is a proof. Value,
Postage Due Stamps of Italy, 1934,LOCATIONSeven Islands, of which
black $40; carmine $85.
Overprinted in Black Like Nos. N18-six-Corfu, Paxos, Lefkas (Santa
Nos. N26-N27 were in use 8 days, then
N25Maura), Cephalonia, Ithaca and
were succeeded by stamps of Greece.Forgeries of Nos. N26-N27, NC13 and their
Zante-are in the Ionian Sea west of
1941Wmk. 140
Perf. 14 
cancellations are plentiful.
Greece, and a seventh-Cerigo
NJ1
D610cblue.60
.75 
(Kithyra)-is in the Mediterranean
NJ2
D620crose red.60
.75 
NJ3
D630cred orange.60
.75 
south of GreeceGreek stamps with Italian overprints
NJ4
D71 lred orange.60
.75 
for the islands of Cerigo (Kithyra),GOVT.Integral part of Kingdom of
Nos. NJ1-NJ4 (4) 
2.40
3.00 
Paxos and Lefkas (Santa Maura) areGreece
See footnote after No. N25.
fraudulent.AREA752 sq. milesPOP.231,510 (1938)These islands were acquired byGreat Britain in 1815 but in 1864 were
OCCUPATION POSTAL TAX STAMPSOCCUPATION AIR POST STAMPS
ceded to Greece on request of the
Perf. 12 
1
 / 
x12, 13 
1
 / 
x12, 12x13 
1
 / 
inhabitants.
Issued under Italian Occupation1941Wmk. 252, Unwmk.Issued under Italian Occupation
In 1941 the islands were occupied by
N1
A695 lbrn red & bl2.75
3.25 
Italian forces. The Italians withdrew in
Issue for Cephalonia and Ithaca
N2
A7010 lbl & red brn
Issue for Cephalonia and Ithaca
1943 and German forces continued the
(#413) (H)2.75
3.25 
Greece No. RA56 with Additional
a.
On No. 39730.00
35.00 
occupation, using current Greek stampsStamps of Greece Overprinted in PairsOverprint on Horizontal Pair in Black
N3
A7120 lblk & grn (H)2.75
3.25 
without overprinting, except for Zante.Vertically, Reading Down, orLike Nos. N1-N17
a.
Overprint inverted90.00
For stamps of the Italian occupationHorizontally (H) in Black Like Nos. N1-
N4
A7240 lgreen & blk2.75
3.25 
Serrate Roulette 13 
1
 / 
of Corfu, see Corfu.
N5
A7350 lbrown & blk2.75
3.25 
N17
1941Unwmk.
N6
A7480 lind & yel brn
Perf. 13x12 
1
 / 
, 12 
1
 / 
x13 
10 Oboli = 1 Penny
NRA1
D310 lcar (Bl+Bk)3.753.75(H)8.005.00
a.
Blue overprint double35.0035.00
a.
Overprint inverted80.0080.00
1941Unwmk.
12 Pence = 1 Shilling
b.
Inverted overprint55.0055.00
N7
A671dgreen (H)55.0029.00
On Greece Nos. C22, C23, C25 and
100 Lepta = 1 Drachma
N8
A841.50dgreen (H)40.0022.50
Same Overprint Reading DownC27 to C30
a.
Overprint inverted75.0075.00
on Vertical Pairs of Nos. RA61-RA63
100 Centesimi = 1 Lira
N9
A752dultra3.753.25
Grayish Paper
N10
A765dred17.008.50
Perf. 13 
1
 / 
x12 
NC1
AP161ddp red17.5017.50
Watermarks
N11
A776dolive brown17.008.50
NRA2
PT710 lbrt rose,
NC1A
AP172ddl bl42.50
N12
A787ddark brown17.008.50
pale rose 
7.507.50
NC2
AP197dbl vio (H)90.0090.00
N13
A678ddp blue (H)42.5019.00
a.
Overprint on horiz. pair100.0040.00
NC3
AP2125drose (H)80.0075.00
N14
A7910dred brn21.009.25
b.
Horizontal overprint on
a.
Overprint inverted190.00190.00single stamp
200.00 
N15
A8015dgreen32.5018.00
NC4
AP2230ddk grn65.0065.00
c.
Overprint reading up12.5012.50
N16
A8125ddk blue (H)42.5037.50
a.
Overprint reading up85.0070.00
NRA3
PT750 lgray grn,
a.
Overprint inverted140.00110.00
b.
Horizontal overprint on
pale grn 
2.252.25
N17
A8430dorg brn (H)140.0092.50
single stamp
150.00125.00 
a.
Overprint reading up6.006.00
a.
Overprint inverted225.00160.00
c.
As “b,” inverted
250.00 
b.
Ovpt. on horiz. pair20.0020.00
Nos. N1-N17 (17) 
450.00277.75
NC5
AP2350dvio (H)
275.00 
225.00
c.
Horizontal overprint on
NC6
AP24100dbrown210.00175.00
single stamp
250.00 
A variety with wrong font “C” in “Cephalonia”
a.
Overprint reading up275.00
300.00 
NRA4
PT71ddl bl,
lt bl 
14.0012.00is found in several positions in each sheet of
a.
Overprint reading up27.5021.00
No. NC1A is known only with overprint read-all denominations except those overprinted oning up.
Wmk. 139- “1”Wmk. 138- “2”
single stamps. It sells for about three times the
Same Overprint Reading Down
price of a normal pair.
on Vertical Pair of No. RA65On Greece Nos. C31-C34
Several other minor spelling errors in the
NRA5
PT750 lgray grn,overprint occur on several denominations in
Reengraved; White Paper
pale grn 
150.00one of the printings.
NC7
AP161dred9.007.50
a.
Overprint reading up180.00
Forgeries exist of many of the higher valued
NC8
AP172dgray bl9.007.50Nos. NRA5 and NRA5a were not placed instamps and minor varieties of Nos. N1-N17,
a.
Overprint reading up9.007.50
use on any compulsory day.
b.
Horiz. ovpt. on pair
150.0090.0
NC1-NC11 and NRA1-NRA5.
c.
Horizontal overprint on
See footnote following No. N17.
single stamp
Overprint Reading Up
NC9
AP185dvio (H)12.5010.00
N1a 
A695 l13.50
16.00 
a.
Overprint inverted90.00
N4a 
A7240 l7.00
8.50 
b.
Vert. ovpt. on single
N5a 
A7350 l7.00
8.50 
stamp, up or down90.00
Queen VictoriaA1
N9a 
A752d50.0042.50
IRAN
NC10
AP197ddp ultra
N10a 
A765d60.0050.00
N11a 
A776d42.5024.00
(H)20.0020.00
1859Unwmk.Engr.
Imperf.
N12a 
A787d42.5024.00
a.
Overprint inverted60.0050.00
i
-
ran
N14a 
A7910d42.5030.00
1
A1(
1
 / 
2
p)orange70.00
500.00 
Overprinted Horizontally on No. C36
N15a 
A8015d50.0050.00
Wmk. 138
Nos. N1a-N15a (9) 
315.00
253.50 
Rouletted 13 
1
 / 
(Persia)
2
A1(1p)blue20.00
190.00 
NC11
D350 lvio brn35.0032.50
General Issue
a.
Pair, one without ovpt.
80.00 
Wmk. 139
b.
On No. C36a
190.00 
LOCATIONWestern Asia, bordering
3
A1(2p)lake20.00
190.00 
on the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of
See footnote following No. N17.
Nos. 1-3 (3) 
110.00
880.00 
OmanStamps of Italy, 1929,
Forged cancellations are plentiful.
GOVT.Islamic republicOverprinted in Red or
General Issue
AREA636,000 sq. mi.BlackItaly No. C13 Overprinted in Red LikePOP.65,179,752 (1999 est.)Nos. N18-N25
ISSUED UNDER ITALIAN1941Wmk. 140
Perf. 14 
OCCUPATION
NC12
AP350colive brown.501.00
1941Wmk. 140
Perf. 14 
a.
SOLEfor ISOLE35.00
N18
A905colive brn (R).30
.55 
N19
A9210cdk brown (R).30
.55 
Used in all the Ionian Islands except Cerigo
Values of stamps overprinted by
N20
A9120crose red.30
.55 
which used air post stamps of Greece.
letterpress in pairs are for unsevered
N21
A9425cdeep green.30
.55 
No. NC12 with additional overprint “BOLLO”
pairs. Single stamps, unused, sell for
N22
A9530colive brn (R).30
.55 
is a revenue stamp.
a.
SOLEfor ISOLE35.00
one third the price of a pair; used,
N23
A9550cpurple (R).30
.55 
one half the price of a pair.
N24
A9475crose red.30
.55 
Issued under German Occupation
Handstamped overprints were also
N25
A941.25 ldp blue (R).30
.55 
ZANTE ISSUE
applied to pairs, with “isola” instead
Nos. N18-N25 (8) 
2.40
4.40 
No. NC12 with Additionalof “isole.”
The stamps overprinted “Isole Jonie” were
Handstamped Overprint in Black
issued for all the Ionian Islands except Cerigo
Like Nos. N26-N27
which used regular postage stamps ofGreece.
1943Wmk. 140
Perf. 14 
NC13
AP350colive brown25.00
50.00 
a.
“SOLE” for “ISOLE”
300.00 
b.
Carmine overprint110.00
190.00 
See note after No. N27.
ISSUED UNDER GERMANOCCUPATIONZante Issue
Nos. N21 and N23 withAdditionalHandstamped Overprintin Black
 
Copyright © 2004 By Scott Publishing Co.
IRAN 889
c.
1k yellow (error)
9,500.
CAPITALTehran
d.
ete bˆeche pair
15,000.
20
A24kyellow550.0070.00
20 Shahis (or Chahis) = 1 Kran
a.
Printed on both sides
825.00 
b.
Laid paper600.00110.00
10 Krans = 1 Toman
c.
ete bˆeche pair
18,000.
100 Centimes = 1 Franc = 1 Kran
Nos. 15-16, 18-20 were printed in blocks of
(1881)
4, with spacing of 2mm or less, No. 15 also in
100 Dinars = 1 Rial (1933)
vertical strip of 4. No. 17 in a vertical strip of 4.
Wmk. 381- “Islamic Republic of Iran”
The 2s black and the vertical-strip printing
in Persian (Partial Illustration)100 Rials = 1 Pahlavi
on the 1s are on medium to thick grayish wove
100 Rials = 1 Toman
paper. Both printings of the 1s are found inblack as well as gray black. Forgeries exist.
Official reprints of the 1s and 4s are on thick 
Catalogue values for unused
Many issues have handstamped
coarse white paper without gum.
stamps in this country are for
surcharges. As usual with such
Never Hinged items, beginning
Wmk. 316- Persian Inscriptionsurcharges there are numerous
Unofficial Reprints: 
with Scott 1054 in the regular
1875 and 1876 issues.
inverted, double and similar varieties.
The reprints of the 1s and 1k stamps are 
postage section, Scott B36 in the
readily told; the pearls of the circle are heav- 
semi-postal section, Scott C83 in
ier, the borders of the circles containing the 
the airpost section, Scott O72 in
Persian numeral of value are wider and the 
the officials section, Scott Q36 in
figure “1” below the lion is always Roman.
the parcel post section, and Scott
The reprints of the 2s have the outer line of 
RA4 in the postal tax section.
the frame at the left and at the bottom broken and on some specimens entirely missing.A distinguishing mark by which to tell the 4s and 4k stamps is the frame, the outer line of 
Values of early stamps vary
which is of the same thickness as the inner 
Coat of Armsaccording to condition. Quotations for
line, while on the originals the inner line is very 
A1A2Nos. 1-20, 33-40 are for fine copies.
thin and the outer line thick; another feature of most of the reprints is a gash in the lower part 
Very fine to superb specimens sell at
Design A2 has value numeral below lion.
of the circle below the figure “4.” 
much higher prices, and inferior or
In the reprints of the 8s stamps the small 
1870Unwmk.Typo.
Imperf.
poor copies sell at reduced prices,
scroll nearest to the circles with Persian 
1
A11sdull violet125.00
depending on the condition of the
numerals at the bottom of the stamp touches 
2
A12sgreen100.00
individual specimen.
the frame below it; the inner and outer lines of 
3
A14sgreenish blue100.00
Cracked gum on unused stamps
the frame are of equal thickness, while in the 
4
A18sred100.00
originals the outer line is much heavier than 
does not detract from the value.
Nos. 1-4 (4) 
425.00
the inner one.
Values for used copies of Nos. 1-4 are omit-
All reprints are found canceled to order.
ted, since this issue was only pen canceled.
Beware of forgeries and/or reprints
After 1875, postmarked remainders were soldto collectors. Values same as unused.
of most Iran stamps between the
Printed in blocks of 4. Many shades exist.
years 1870-1925. Scott values are
Forgeries exist.
for genuine stamps. Collectorsshould be aware that forgeries of
Printed on Both Sides
many issues outnumber genuine
1a 
A11s950.
2a 
A12s700.
examples by factors of 10 or 20 to
3a 
A14s1,750.
one. Failing specialized knowledge
4a 
A18s1,100.
Nasser-eddin Shahon the part of the collector, theseQajarA3stamps should be examined or
Vertically Rouletted 10 
1
 / 
on 1 or 2 
authenticated by acknowledged
Sides Perf. 10 
1
 / 
, 11, 12, 13, and 
experts before purchase.
1875Thick Wove Paper
Compounds 
11
A21sblack90.0050.00
1876Litho.
a.
Imperf., pair
400.00400.00 
27
A31slilac & blk20.006.00
Watermarks
12
A22sblue95.0047.50
Wmk. 349- Persian Inscription and
28
A32sgreen & blk25.007.50
a.
ete bˆeche pair
10,000.
29
A35srose & blk25.004.00
Crown in Circle
b.
Imperf., pair
575.00575.00 
30
A310sblue & blk40.008.00
13
A24svermilion140.0050.00
a.
Imperf., pair
625.00625.00 
Nos. 27-30 (4) 
110.0025.50Illustration of Wmk. 349 shown sideways.
b.
4s bright red, thin paper,
Bisects of the 5s and 1s, the latter used withCircles in Wmk. 349 are 95mm apart.
imperf.525.00
2s stamps, were used to make up the 2
1
 / 
2
14
A28syellow green90.0040.00
a.
ete bˆeche pair
10,000.5,000.
shahis postcard rate. Bisects of the 10s were
b.
Imperf., pair
70.0070.0
used in the absence of 5s stamps to make up
Nos. 11-14 (4) 
415.00187.50the letter rate.The 10s was bisected and surcharged “5Four varieties of each.Shahi” or “5 Shahy” for local use in AzerbaijanNos. 11-14 were printed in horizontal stripsprovince and Khoy in 1877.of 4 with 3-10mm spacing between stamps.
Wmk. 161-
“Imperfs” of the 5s are envelope cutouts.The strips were then cut very close all around
Lion
Forgeries and official reprints exist.(generally touching or cutting the outer frame-Very fine examples will have perforationslines). Then they were hand-rouletted betweencutting the background net on one side. Genu-the stamps. Values are for stamps with roulet-ine stamps withs perfs clear of net on all fourting on both sides and margins clear at topsides are very scarce.and bottom. Stamps showing the rouletting ononly one side sell for considerably less.Nos. 11 to 14 also exist pin-perforated and
1878Typo.
Imperf.
perc´e en scie.
33
A21kcar rose200.0087.50No. 13b has spacing of 2-3mm.
34
A21kred,
yellow1,600.
75.00See Nos. 15-20, 33-40.
a.
ete bˆeche pair
5,250.
35
A24kultramarine175.00100.00
36
A25kgold
2,000.
350.00
Medium to Thin White or Grayish
37
A25kviolet850.00200.00
Paper
38
A25kred bronze
2,000.
500.00
1876
Imperf.
39
A25kvio bronze
3,000.
850.00
15
A21sgray black35.0060.00
40
A21tbronze,
bl35,000.5,500.
a.
Printed on both sides750.00
Four varieties of each except for 4k which
b.
Laid paper500.00
has 3.
Wmk. 353- Persian Inscription and
16
A22sgray blue300.00
350.00 
a.
Printed on both sides
Nos. 33 and 34 are printed from redrawn
Coat of Arms in CircleWmk. 306- Arms of Iran
17
A22sblack600.00clich´es. They have wide colorless circles
a.
ete bˆeche pair
5,750.
around the corner numerals.
18
A24svermilion200.0060.00
a.
Printed on both sides800.00450.00
19
A21krose500.0050.00
a.
Printed on both sides350.00
b.
Laid paper1,500.225.00
 
Copyright © 2004 By Scott Publishing Co.
IRAN890
Surcharges on the same basic stamps of
1882-84Engr.
Nos. 93, 98 With Violet or Magenta
values other than those listed are believed to
53
A85sgreen, type I30.001.50
Surcharge
be bogus.
a.
5s green, type II65.0010.00
Counterfeits of Nos. 66-72 abound.
54
A910sbuff, org & blk65.005.00Very fine examples of Nos. 66-72 will have
55
A1050cbuff, org & blk250.0045.00perforations cutting the outer colored border
56
A1050cgray & blk (’84)75.0030.00but clear of the inner framelines.
57
A101frblue & black100.007.50
58
A105frrose red & blk65.007.50
59
A1110frbuff, red & blk125.0025.00
Nos. 53-59 (7) 
710.00121.50
SunA7Nasser-eddin
Crude forgeries of Nos. 58-59 exist. Halves
Shah—A6
of the 10s, 50c and 1fr surcharged with Farsicharacters in red or black are frauds. The 50cand 1fr surcharged with a large “5” surrounded
Perf. 10 
1
 / 
, 12, 13, and Compounds 
by rays are also frauds.
ba
1879Litho.
No. 59 used is valued for c-t-o.
41
A61kbrown & blk125.007.00For overprints and surcharges see #66-72.
a.
Imperf., pair
1897
Perf. 12 
1
 / 
, 11
1
 / 
x11
A14A15
Very fine examples of Nos. 53-59 will have
b.
Inverted center2,750.
101
A18(a)5con 8c brown (V)7.501.00perforations cutting the outer colored border
42
A65kblue & blk75.005.00
102
A19(b)1kon 5k vio & silbut clear of the inner framelines.
a.
Imperf., pair350.00
1889Typo.
Perf. 11, 13 
1
 / 
, 11x13 
1
 / 
(V)12.503.50
b.
Inverted center750.00
73
A141cpale rose1.75.75
103
A19(b)2kon 5k vio & sil
c.
Inverted center, imperf750.00
74
A142cpale blue1.75.75(M)20.005.00
75
A145clilac1.00.50
Nos. 101-103 (3) 
40.009.50
1880
76
A147cbrown7.501.50Forgeries exist.
77
A1510cblack1.50.75
43
A61sred & black40.0015.00
b.
Pair, imperf between
1,500.
78
A151kred orange2.50.75
44
A62syellow & blk70.0010.00
79
A152krose18.006.00
Lion Type of 1894 and
45
A65sgreen & blk75.002.00
80
A155kgreen18.006.00
46
A610sviolet & blk425.0025.00
Nos. 73-80 (8) 
52.0017.00
Nos. 43-46 (4) 
610.0052.00All values exist imperforate.
A12A13
Forgeries and official reprints exist.Canceled to order copies of No. 76 abound.
The 2, 5 and 10sh of this issue and the 1
For surcharges see Nos. 622-625.
and 5kr of the 1879 issue have been reprinted 
Nos. 73-80 with average centering, faded
1885, MarchLitho.
from a new die which resembles the 5 shahi 
colors and/or toned paper sell for much less.
59A
A125cblue250.0035.00
envelope. The aigrette is shorter than on the 
a.
5c violet blue250.0050.00
original stamps and touches the circle above 
b.
5c ultramarine250.0050.00
it.
c.
5c dp reddish lilac300.0075.00
Shah Muzaffar-ed-Din
d.
As “c,” imperf
A22
Imperf., Pair
No. 59A was issued because of an urgent
43a 
A61s1,500.
need for 5c stamps, pending the arrival of No.
44a 
A62s
750.00 
1898Typo.
Perf. 12 
1
 / 
62 in July. No. 59A has 88 sunrays instead of
46a 
A610s
600.00 
104
A181cgray1.00.35the 124 sunrays on the typographed stamp,
105
A182cpale brown1.00.35No. 62.
1881Litho.
Perf. 12, 13, 12x13 
106
A183cdull violet5.003.00
47
A75cdull violet30.006.00
107
A184cvermilion5.003.00
1885-86Typo.
48
A710crose30.006.00
108
A185cyellow1.00.25
A17A16
60
A121cgreen15.001.50
49
A725cgreen1,700.65.00
109
A188corange10.007.00
61
A122crose15.001.50
Nos. 47-49 (3) 
1,760.77.00
110
A1810clight blue3.00.50
62
A125cdull blue30.00.75
1891
Perf. 10 
1
 / 
, 11
1
 / 
111
A1812crose3.001.00
63
A1310cbrown15.001.50
81
A161cblack2.501.00
112
A1816cgreen10.007.00
64
A131kslate20.002.00
1882Engr., Border Litho.
82
A162cbrown2.501.00
113
A221kultramarine6.001.00
65
A135kdull vio (86)40.0030.00
50
A75cblue vio & vio30.0030.00
83
A165cdeep blue.75.20
114
A222kpink5.002.00
Nos. 60-65 (6) 
135.0037.25
51
A710cdp pink & rose30.0030.00
84
A167cgray125.007.00
115
A223kyellow5.003.00
52
A725cdeep grn & grn175.0015.00
85
A1610crose2.00.35
116
A224kgray5.003.00
Nos. 50-52 (3) 
235.0075.00
Nos. 53, 54, 56 and 58 Surcharged in
86
A1614corange2.501.50
117
A225kemerald5.003.00
87
A171kgreen25.002.00
Black:
118
A2210korange20.0010.00Very fine examples of Nos. 50-52 will have
88
A172korange200.0018.00
119
A2250kbright vio35.0020.00perforations cutting the outer colored border
89
A175kocher yellow5.00
7.00 Nos. 104-119 (16) 
120.0064.45but clear of the inner framelines.
Nos. 81-89 (9) 
365.2538.05
Unauthorized reprints of Nos. 104-119 were 
For surcharges see Nos. 626-629.
made from original clich´ es. Paper shows a 
Counterfeits of Nos. 50-52, 53, 53a
vertical mesh. These abound unused and can- 
are plentiful and have been used to cre-
celed to order. Value unused, hinged, $16.
ate forgeries of Nos. 66, 66a, 70 and
See Nos. 145-151. For overprints see Nos.
70a. They usually have a strong, com-
129-135, 182-188. For surcharges see Nos.169, 171, 207, 209, 215.
plete inner frameline at right. On genu-ine stamps that line is weak or missing.Reprints have been used to makebacounterfeits of Nos. 120-135, 152-167.Stamps of 1898 Handstamped inViolet:Nasser-eddinA18ShahA19
1894
Perf. 12 
1
 / 
A8
90
A181clilac1.00.20
91
A182cblue green1.00.20
cd
92
A185cultramarine1.00.20
93
A188cbrown1.00.20
Perf. 11
1
 / 
x11
a
94
A1910corange1.25.75
95
A1916crose25.0010.00
96
A191kred & yellow3.00.75
97
A192kbrn org & pale bl3.001.00
98
A195kviolet & silver4.001.50
99
A1910kred & gold12.0010.00
100
A1950kgreen & gold25.0010.00
Nos. 90-100 (11) 
77.2534.80
Shah Nasr-ed-Dinef
Canceled to order copies sell for one-third of
A9A10
listed values.
1885
b
Reprints exist. They are hard to distinguish from the originals. Value, set $15.
66
(a)6con 5s grn, type I100.0030.00
a.
6c on 5s green, type II140.0050.00
See Nos. 104-112, 136-144. For overprints
67
(b)12con 50c gray &see Nos. 120-128, 152-167, 173-181. Forblk100.0030.00surcharges see Nos. 101-103, 168, 206, 211.
68
(c)18con 10s buff, org& black100.0030.00
69
(d)1ton 5fr rose red& black100.0030.00
Nos. 66-69 (4) 
400.00120.00
c
1887
70
(e)3con 5s grn, type I100.0030.00
A11Type I
a.
3c on 5s green, type II140.0050.00
71
(a)6con 10s buff, org& blk100.0030.00
72
(f)8con 50c gray &
Type II (error)
blk100.0030.00
Nos. 70-72 (3) 
300.0090.00Type I: Three dots at right end of scroll.The word “OFFICIEL” indicated that theType II: Two dots at right end of scroll.surcharged stamps were officially authorized.

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