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Note: on my website many of the pictures can not be seen! They are of course present in the cd's;
contact me if you want to purchase them: .
Many forgeries exist: see the excellent site http://www.princelystates.com/CurrentIssue/ff-04-01a.shtml for more information.
1/4 a blue 1/2 a brown 1/2 a green 1 a violet 1 a red 2 a yellow 2 a brown 4 a blue 4 a orange
For more information on forgeries: http://www.princelystates.com/CurrentIssue/ff-04-01d.shtml
Poonch issued stamps from 1876 onwards. In 1894 Poonch stopped using its own stamps.
1 p red 1 p black (official stamp) 6 p red
1/2 a red 1/2 a black (official stamp) 1 a red 1 a black (official stamp) 2 a red 2 a black (official stamp) 4 a red 4 a black (official stamp)
1 p blue 2 a green 4 a brown
I've been told that there are 64 varieties of the 1 p.
Value of the stamps
vc = very common c = common * = not so common ** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon R = rare RR = very rare RRR = extremely rare