Return To Catalogue - Straits Settlements
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Singapore used the 'B 172' cancellation on stamps of India until the stamps of the Straits Settlements were used, examples of a 'B172' cancellation:
(Cancel 'B172' on 4 a and 2 a of the 1854 issue of India)
('B172' cancel on tow 4 a stamps of the 1855 issue of India)
(A bisected stamp of India, with 'B172' cancel, probably forged, reduced size)
(Block of 4 4 c King Edward stamps cancelled in Singapore)
Stamps cancelled in an other country: example: Stamps of Western Australia cancelled in Singapore:
Stamp of Selangor used in Singapore:
Stamp of Hongkong cancelled in Singapore:
Singapore issued its first own stamps in 1948.
1 c black 2 c orange 3 c green 4 c brown 5 c lilac 6 c grey 8 c red 10 c lilac 12 c red 15 c blue 20 c green and black 20 c blue 25 c orange and violet 35 c lilac and red 40 c lilac and red 50 c blue and black 1 $ lilac and blue 2 $ red and green 5 $ brown and green