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SENEGAL 1893 onwards

Sénégal

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1893 French colonies type, inscription "SENEGAL ET DEPENDANCES" in red or blue

4 c brown 5 c dark green 5 c light green

  1 c black on blue
  2 c brown on yellowish
  4 c brown
  5 c green (2 different shades)
  10 c black
  10 c red
  15 c blue
  15 c grey
  20 c red on yellow
  25 c black
  25 c blue
  30 c brown
  40 c orange
  50 c red
  50 c brown on blue
  75 c lilac
  1 F green

For stamps in the same Tablet design, but for other French colonies, click here.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
5 c c c  
2 c * *  
4 c c c  
5 c c c Green or light green (1900?)
10 c black * *  
10 c red * c  
15 c blue * c With security underprint
15 c grey * c  
20 c * *  
25 c black * c  
25 c blue *** ***  
30 c * *  
40 c * **  
50 c red ** *  
50 c brown on blue *** ***  
75 c ** **  
1 F ** **  
Surcharged with bar and value (1903)

5 on 40 c orange and 10 on 1 F green

  5 on 40 c orange
  10 on 50 c red
  10 on 75 c lilac
  10 on 1 F green

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
5 on 40 c * *  
10 on 50 c ** **  
10 on 75 c ** *  
10 on 1 F *** **  
Surcharged with '05' or '10' (1912)

  '05' (red) on 15 c grey
  '05' on 20 c red on green
  '05' on 30 c brown
  '10' on 40 c orange
  '10' on 50 c red
  '10' on 75 c lilac

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
05 on 15 c c c  
05 on 20 c * *  
05 on 30 c c *  
10 on 40 c c c  
10 on 50 c * *  
10 on 75 c ** **  


(Fournier forgery)


(Fournier forgeries, stamps, cancels and overprints are forged)


Imperforate forgery taken from the Fournier Album of Philatelic Forgeries.

Fournier has made forgeries of this 'Tablet' issue, for more information on these forgeries click here.


Fournier forgery with forged "SAINT LOUIS 12 SEPT 92 SENEGAL" cancel


Fournier forged cancels, the Senegal forged cancel can be found in the 5th row, 5th cancel.

 

1906 General Faidherbe, palm trees and dr. Ballay


(Reduced sizes)

Genuine

  1 c grey
  2 c brown
  4 c brown on blue
  5 c green
  10 c red
  15 c violet
  20 c black on grey
  25 c blue
  30 c brown
  35 c black on yellow
  40 c red on blue
  45 c brown on green
  50 c violet
  75 c blue on orange
  1 F black on blue
  2 F blue on red
  5 F red on yellow

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
1 c * c Exists with SENEGAL omitted
2 c * * Usually 'SENEGAL' in red, but exist with
this word in blue: **
4 c ** **  
5 c * c  
10 c ** c  
15 c ** **  
20 c R R  
25 c ** **  
30 c *** ***  
35 c R ***  
40 c *** ***  
45 c R R  
50 c *** ***  
75 c *** ***  
1 F R R  
2 F R R  
5 F RR RR  

Forgeries, examples:

5 F red on yellow Forgery!
Two forgeries of the 5F value with "St. LOUIS 19 FEVR 06" cancel.

for more information on these forgeries click here.

 

1914 People from Senegal

  1 c brown and violet
  2 c black and blue
  4 c grey and brown
  5 c green
  5 c black and red (1922)
  10 c orange and red
  10 c green (1922)
  10 c brown and blue (1925)
  15 c red and lilac
  20 c brown and black
  20 c green (1925)
  20 c grey and blue (1927)
  25 c blue
  25 c red and black (1922)
  30 c black and red
  30 c orange and red (1922)
  30 c grey and blue (1925)
  30 c green (1928)
  35 c orange and violet
  40 c violet and green
  45 c blue and brown
  45 c red and blue (1922)
  45 c red (1925)
  45 c brown and red (1928)
  50 c lilac and blue
  50 c blue (1922)
  50 c red and green (1925)
  60 c violet on red (1925)
  65 c red and green (1928)
  75 c grey and red
  75 c blue (1925)
  75 c red and blue (1926)
  90 c brown and red (1930)
  1 F violet and black
  1 F blue (1925)
  1 F black and blue (1926)
  1 F 10 green and black (1928)
  1 F 25 green and red (1933)
  1 F 50 blue (1930)
  1 F 75 brown and grey (1933)
  2 F red and blue
  2 F blue and brown (1922)
  3 F lilac (1930)
  5 F green and violet

The perforation on these stamps is 14 x 13 1/2.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
1 c vc vc  
2 c vc vc  
4 c vc vc  
5 c green * c  
5 c black and red vc vc  
10 c orange and red * *  
10 c green * *  
10 c brown and blue vc vc  
15 c c vc  
20 c brown and black * c  
20 c green c c  
20 c grey and blue c vc  
25 c blue * c  
25 c red and black c vc  
30 c black and red * *  
30 c orange and red ** **  
30 c grey and blue c c  
30 c green c c  
35 c * *  
40 c c c  
45 c blue and brown *** **  
45 c red and blue * *  
45 c red * *  
45 c brown and red c c  
50 c lilac and blue *** *  
50 c blue * *  
50 c red and green c c  
60 c * *  
65 c * *  
75 c grey and red ** **  
75 c blue * *  
75 c red and blue * c  
90 c * *  
1 F violet and black * *  
1 F blue * *  
1 F black and blue * c  
1.10 F * *  
1.50 F * *  
2 F red and blue *** ***  
2 F blue and brown * c  
3 F * *  
5 F ** **  
Red cross issues

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  '+5c' on 10 c orange and red (1915)
  '+5c' on 15 c orange and lilac (1918)

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
5 c on 10 c * * Double overprint: RR
5 c on 15 c * * Double overprint: RR
Inverted overprint: RR
Surcharged

  '=0,01 =0,01' on 15 c red and lilac (1922)
  '=0,02 =0,02' (blue) on 15 c red and lilac (1922)
  '=0,04 =0,04' (green) on 15 c red and lilac (1922)
  '=0,05 =0,05' (red) on 15 c red and lilac (1922)
  '= 25 c =' on 5 F green and violet (1924)
  '=60 =60' on 75 c violet on red (1922)
  '=65 =65' on 15 c red and lilac (1925)
  '=85 =85' on 15 c red and lilac (1925)
  '=85 =85' on 75 c grey and red (1925)
  '= 90 c =' on 75 c red (1927)
  '= 1f25 =' (red) on 1 F blue (1926)
  '= 1f50 =' on 1 F blue (1927)
  '= 3f =' on 5 F red and brown (1927)
  '= 10f =' on 5 F blue and red (1927)
  '= 20f =' on 5 F violet and brown (1927)

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
Value Unused Used Remarks
1 c on 15 c c c  
2 c on 15 c c c  
4 c on 15 c c c  
5 c on 15 c c c  
25 c on 5 F * *  
60 c on 75 c * c  
65 c on 15 c * *  
85 c on 15 c * *  
85 c on 75 c * *  
90 c on 75 c * *  
1.25 F on 1 F * *  
1.50 F on 1 F * c  
3 F on 5 F ** * Exists without dot behind 'F': ***
10 F on 5 F *** ***  
20 F on 5 F *** *** Exists without dot behind 'F': RR

Special cancel: 'Paquebot Posted at sea Received ....':


(Reduced size)

 

 

1931 International Colonial Exhibition, design identical to many other French colonies

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  40 c green and black
  50 c lilac and black
  90 c red and black
  1.50 F blue and black

 

1935 Various designs, "AOF" on top

Bridge and river scene
  1 c blue
  2 c brown
  3 c violet (1939?)
  4 c black
  5 c orange
  10 c violet
  15 c green
  20 c red
  25 c brown
  30 c green
  40 c red
  45 c grey
  60 c violet (1939?)
  
Mosque (with "RF" in lower left corner)
  50 c orange
  65 c violet
  70 c brown (1939?)
  75 c brown
  1.25 F brown
  1.25 F red (1939?)
  1.40 F black (1939?)
  1.50 F blue
  1.60 F blue (1939?)
  1.75 F black
  2 F blue
  3 F green
  5 F brown
  10 F red
  20 F black

Mosque (without "RF" in the lower left corner, but "Postes" instead)
  1.50 F blue
  2 F blue and red
  3 F green and violet
  5 F brown and red
  10 F lilac and blue
  20 F black and red

Surcharged
  '1 fr. 50 =' (red) on 65 c violet
  '1 fr. 50 =' (red) on 15 c green
  '4 fr. 50 =' (red) on 15 c green
  '5 fr. 50 =' on 2 c brown
  '5 fr. 50 =' (red) on 65 c violet
  '10 fr. =' (red) on 15 c black
  '50 fr. =' (red) on 65 c violet

Overprinted "SECOURS NATIONAL" (1941)
  '+1 fr.' on 50 c orange
  '+2 fr.' on 1.50 F green
  '+3 fr.' on 2 F blue
  

 

1937 "EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE PARIS 1937", various designs, designs identical to many other French Colonies

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  20 c violet
  30 c green
  40 c lilac
  50 c brown and black
  90 c red
  1.50 F blue

A minisheet also exists with one imperforate 3 F red stamp, inscription above and below the stamp 'EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE ARTS ET TECHNIQUES 1937'.

 

1938 Local woman carrying pot on her head, "AOF" at the bottom

  35 c green
  55 c brown
  90 c violet
  1 F brown
  1.75 F blue
  2.25 F blue
  2.50 F black

Overprinted 'SECOURS NATIONAL' and surcharged
  '+ 2 fr.' (overprint and surcharge in red) on 90(?) c violet

 

1939 "CENTENAIRE DE RENE CAILLIE 1799-1938", similar stamps were issued for other French Colonies

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  90 c red and orange
  2 F lilac
  2.25 F blue

Surcharged
  '20 fr. =' on 90 c red and orange
  '50 fr. =' on 90 c red and orange

 

1939 "EXPOSITION INTERNATIONALE NEW YORK 1939", design identical to many other French Colonies

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  1.25 F red
  2.25 F blue

 

1941 People watching mosque, portrait of Petain in upper right corner, inscription "SENEGAL AFRIQUE OCCIDlle FRANCAISE"

  1 F green
  2.50 F blue

 

1941 Soldiers issue, (so-called "DEFENSE DE L'EMPIRE" set), similar designs were issued for other French Colonies

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  1 F + 1 F red
  1.50 F + 3 F brown
  2.50 F + 1 F blue

 

Later issues have the inscription "REPUBLIQUE DE SENEGAL"


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