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VICTORIA Fiscal Stamps 'Stamp Duty'

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1897 Various designs

Some of these stamps were occasionally used as postage stamps. Many of them were sold to stamp collectors after their usage stopped with postal cancels (cancelled to order in 1900-01). This issue is quite confusing, I'm not sure if I have catalogued it correctly.

15 sh brown

(Reduced size)

With red 'Specimen' handwritten overprint Stamp duty $25 green

  1 p green (Queen Victoria)
  6 p blue (arms)
  1 Sh blue on blue (arms)
  1 Sh blue on yellow (?)
  1 Sh 6 p red
  2 Sh blue on green
  3 Sh lilac on blue
  3 Sh olive 
  4 Sh orange 
  5 Sh violet on yellow
  5 Sh red
  6 Sh green
  10 Sh brown on red
  10 Sh green (?)
  10 Sh brown
  15 Sh brown
  25 Sh red (?)
  30 Sh grey(?)
  35 Sh violet
  45 Sh violet
  1 Pound orange on yellow
  1 Pound 5 Sh red
  1 Pound 10 Sh green
  2 Pounds blue
  5 Pounds red (Queen Victoria)
  6 pounds blue on red
  7 Pounds blue on blue
  8 Pounds red on yellow
  9 Pounds green on green
  10 Pounds lilac
  25 Pounds green
  50 Pounds lilac
  100 Pounds red
(Other values might exist)

These stamps have been reprinted, they bear the overprint 'Reprint':

(Stamp with overprint 'Reprint')

Even forgeries exist: Example, a Senf forgery, (the perforation is printed in red):

Senf forgery, the hair covers the ear in this forgery, compare with genuine stamps above. In 'Le Timbre Poste' by Moens No 275, page 99, an image of this forgery is actually given instead of the genuine stamp. It could also be that Senf modelled his forgery after the image given in Moens.

Forgery, made in Greece.


Some stamps could be used for postage and fiscal purposes, example:

(Stamp with inscription "STAMP DUTY" fiscally used)


1880 Queen Victoria

The 2 Sh 6 p is probably cancelled to order in so-called collector sets; see http://stampsofvictoria.com/ctostamps.php

  1 p brown
  2 Sh 6 p brown (1885)
  2 Sh 6 p yellow (1885)


1886 Large sized stamps with Queen Victoria, inscription 'STAMP DUTY'

  5 Pounds red and blue
  6 Pounds blue and yellow 
  7 Pounds black and lilac
  8 Pounds orange and blue
  9 Pounds red and green
(More values might exist)

Remark: most of these stamps are cancelled to order when found with a postal cancel.


1904 Numeral

Many values exist, also two different sizes of these stamp.


Overprinted 'RELIEF':


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