Queen Victoria 1 anna Dull Red Pair SG 16 Very Fine Used with margin

Queen Victoria 1 anna Dull Red Pair SG 16 Very Fine Used with   margin

Die III:- With Pointed bust(1855)

These stamps were printed in August and September 1854

QV 1 anna Die III, SG 16

Queen Victoria 1 anna Dull Red Pair SG 12, SG 13, SG 15 Very Fine Used with and without margin

Queen Victoria 1 anna Dull Red Pair SG 12, SG 13, SG 15 Very Fine Used with  and without  margin

DieI:- Printing of these stamps commenced on 26th July 1854 and continued into August. In stamps of Die I, however, the small bob of red  projecting from hair into the chignon is always visible.

Die II:- With More lines in the chingon than in Die I, and with white curved line wher Chingon joins head

Die III:- With Pointed bust(1855)

These stamps were printed in August and September 1854

One anna Queen Victoria

Queen Victoria 1854 2 anna Green Shades Fine Used

Queen Victoria 1854 2 anna Green Shades Fine Used Horizontal Strip of 3 with Large Margin All Round with exceptionally with external frame lines clearly visible around each impression. Most Unusual

1854 2 anna Green QV

Strip of 4 on original piece tied large margin, 10 x 9 dots, Rare 9 bar cancellation.

1854 QV 2 anna Green

The 2 anna was also printed on paper with sideways sheet watermark incorporating the words “Stamp Office”.

There is a range of shades varying from bluish to yellowish green. Many reprints of 2 anna esist.

Contributed By:- Mr Marshal, Tuticorin

Queen Victoria 1854 2 anna Green Genuine

Queen Victoria 1854 2 anna Green Genuine, Reprint postally used

Contributed By:- From the exhibits of Collector

1854 2 anna

QV 1 anna Dull Red Pair SG 14 Very Fine Used

Queen Victoria 1 anna Dull Red Pair SG 14 Very Fine Used with good margin

Die II:- With More lines in the chingon than in Die I, and with white curved line wher Chingon joins head

These stamps were printed in August and September 1854

Die II 1 anna pair

1866 Fiscal Stamp 6 anna Overprinted in Green SG 66 Used On Piece

On 1 November 1858, Her Majesty Queen Victoria assuned the government of the territories in India ” heretofore administered in trust by the Honourable East India Company”.

1866 Fiscal Stamp 6 anna Overprinted in Green SG 66 used on Piece

1866 6 anna Purple QV overprint

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Coronation Durbar – 1911 – Queen Empress’s Camp Post Office Type A

Coronation Durbar – Queen Empress’s Camp Post Office Type A – 1911

The Delhi Durbar meaning ” Court Of Delhi”, was a mass assembly at Coronation Park, Delhi, India, to mark the coronation of a King and Queen of the United Kingdom. Also known as the Imperial Durbar, it was held three times, in 1877, 1903, and 1911, at the height of the British Empire.. The 1911 Durbar was the only one attended by the sovereign, who was George V.

Cancellation:- Queen Empress’s Camp Post Office Type A

Coronation Durbar 1911

Postal History – Overprinted India British Postal Order

Postal History – Overprinted India British Postal Order.
Rare and unusual postal order used from India.
20 Shillings British Postal order overprinted India, Ratlam Money Order CDS dated 24.10.1932. At reverse at instruction No.4,first three lines are double printed.