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Angola was a portuguese colony at the southwest coast of Africa (the portuguese made their settlements in the 15th and 16th century). It became independant in 1975. Angola got his name from Ngola (which means king, after the kingdom of Ndongo).

1870 Crown

5 r black 10 r yellow 10 r green 20 r brown 25 r red 40 r blue 50 r green 300 r brown

  5 r black
  10 r yellow
  10 r green
  20 r brown
  20 r red
  25 r red
  25 r violet
  40 r blue
  40 r yellow
  50 r green
  50 r blue
  100 r lilac
  200 r orange
  300 r brown

These stamps have perforation 12 1/2 or 13 1/2. Stamps in similar designs were issued for most Portuguese colonies (country name different for each country), click here for more information on this issue.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
5 r****** 
10 r yellow ******Two types: '10' different
10 r green****** 
20 r brown**** 
20 r red****** 
25 r red***** 
25 r violet**** 
40 r blueRRRRTwo types: '40' different
40 r yellow****** 
50 r greenR*** 
50 r blue*****Two types: '50' different
100 r****** 
200 r****** 
300 r****** 
Reprints *-Reprints exist of all values

A misprint 40 r red exists (colour of the 20 r) when it was accidently inserted in the 20 r plate, some of these misprints still exist (all cancelled with a blue bar). If anybody posesses a picture of this misprint, please contact me!

Reprints of the above stamps exist (on different paper).

I've seen three commemorative stamps made in 1950 with the Crown design, the bottom tablet with '5 REIS' is different. A label with '1a EXPOSICAO FILATELICA DE ANGOLA' is attached at the bottom. I've seen the values 50 c (with a picture of a 5 REIS green stamp), 1 AGS (with a picture of a 5 REIS red stamp) and 4 AGS (with the above 5 REIS black stamp).

Cancels:

Example:

25 r red

Forgeries:

The genuine stamps have the following characteristics (thanks to Bill Claghorn and 'The Spud Papers'):

The crown is well done and the pearls can be easily counted.
There are 9, 10, 5, 10, 9 pearls
The inner frame line at the sides is thinner.
The thick line above the value tablet extends all the way to the
outer right vertical frame.

Spiro forgeries:

Some forgeries have the typical Spiro cancel never used in Angola, (an easy way to recognize them), examples of Spiro forgeries:

Image thanks to Bill Claghorn Image thanks to Bill Claghorn


(Inner line above value label not continuous, 'G' has a tail)

The inner line above the value label is not continued to the right outer frame line in the Spiro forgeries. The pearls in the crown are difficult to count. The 'G' of 'ANGOLA' seems to have a tail in these forgeries. Besides the shown values 5 r black and 25 r red, I have also seen 10 r yellow, 20 r brown, 50 r green and 100 r lilac.

Fournier forgeries:

Fournier also made forgeries of these stamps, the 9 values intially issued in 1870 were offered by him for 2 Swiss Francs in his 1914 pricelist. The other 5 values were offered for 1 Swiss Franc. A misprint, 20 r red was also offered by him for 2 Swiss Francs.


(I think this is a Fournier forgery)


(Some forged cancels applied to Fournier forgeries, taken from a Fournier album)


(Fournier forgery with 'CORREIO DE LOANDA 15/10 1881' cancel)

Forgery made by an unknown forger:

In the above forgery, the ornaments in the upper right and lower left corner are inverted. I have only seen one copy of this forgery.

 

1886 King Louis I, head embossed

10 r green

  5 r black
  10 r green
  20 r red
  25 r lilac
  40 r brown
  50 r blue
  100 r brown
  200 r violet
  300 r orange

These stamps have perforation 12 1/2 (the values 5 r and 10 r also exist with perforation 13 1/2). Stamps in similar designs were issued for most Portuguese colonies (country name different for each country), click here for more information on this issue.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
5 r** 
10 r *** 
20 r***** 
25 r*** 
40 r****** 
50 r*** 
100 r***** 
200 r****** 
300 r****** 

Surcharged with fancy letters (1902)

  '65 Reis' on 40 r brown
  '65 Reis' on 300 r orange
  '115 Reis' on 10 r green
  '115 Reis' on 200 r violet
  '130 Reis' on 50 r blue
  '130 Reis' on 100 r brown
  '400 Reis' (red) on 5 r black
  '400 Reis' on 20 r red
  '400 Reis' on 25 r lilac

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
65 r on 40 r****** 
65 r on 300 r****** 
115 r on 10 r****** 
115 r on 200 r****** 
130 r on 50 r****** 
130 r on 100 r****** 
400 r on 5 rRR 
400 r on 20 rRRR 
400 r on 25 r****** 
Surcharged with fancy letters and overprinted 'REPUBLICA' in red (1914)


(Left, with small local; and right with broad 'REPUBLICA' overprint)

  '115 Reis' on 10 r green
  '115 Reis' on 200 r violet
  '130 Reis' on 50 r blue
  '130 Reis' on 100 r brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
With local small red 'REPUBLICA' overprint
115 r on 10 r ***** 
115 r on 200 rRR 
130 r on 50 rRR 
With broad red 'REPUBLICA' overprint
115 r on 10 r** 
115 r on 200 r** 
130 r on 100 r**** 

 

1893 Newspaper stamp, inscription Angola Portugal 2 1/2 Reis

  2 1/2 r brown

This stamp has perforation 12 1/2 or 13 1/2. Newspaper stamps in this design were issued for most Portuguese colonies (country name different for each country), click here for more information.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
2 1/2 r** 

Surcharged 'CORREIOS DE ANGOLA 25 REIS' (blue) in a circle (1894)

  25 r on 2 1/2 r brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
25 r on 2 1/2 rRR 
Surcharged 400 Reis in fancy letters

(click here for stamps of other colonies with similar surcharge)

  '400 Reis' on 2 1/2 r brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
400 r on 2 1/2 r **** 
Surcharged 400 Reis in fancy letters and 'REPUBLICA' (red)

  '400 Reis' on 2 1/2 r brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
400 r on 2 1/2 r ****Local small 'REPUBLICA' overprint
Surcharged 400 Reis in fancy letters overprinted 'Republica'
and value in cents and bars

(click here for stamps of other colonies with similar surcharge)

  '40 c.' on 400 r on 2 1/2 r brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
40 c on 400 r on 2 1/2 r ****Straight 'Republica' overprint

The 25 r on 2 1/2 r was forged by Fournier.


(Forged overprint by Fournier, reduced size, taken from a Fournier album)

 

1894 King Charles I (Carlos) in an ellipse

  5 r yellow
  10 r lilac
  15 r brown
  20 r violet
  25 r green
  50 r blue
  75 r red
  80 r green
  100 r brown
  150 r red
  200 r blue on blue
  300 r blue on red

Stamps in similar designs were issued for most Portuguese colonies (country name different for each country), click here for more information on this issue.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
5 r** 
10 r ** 
15 r**** 
20 r**** 
25 r*c 
50 r*** 
75 r****** 
80 r****** 
100 r****** 
150 r****** 
200 r****** 
300 rR*** 

Surcharged with fancy letters (1902)

  '65 Reis' on 5 r yellow
  '65 Reis' on 10 r lilac
  '65 Reis' on 20 r violet
  '65 Reis' on 25 r green
  '115 Reis' on 80 r green
  '115 Reis' on 100 r brown
  '115 Reis' on 150 r red
  '130 Reis' on 15 r brown
  '130 Reis' on 75 r red
  '130 Reis' on 300 r blue
  '400 Reis' on 50 r blue
  '400 Reis' on 200 r blue

Click here for stamps of other colonies with similar surcharges.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
65 r on 5 r****** 
65 r on 10 r****** 
65 r on 20 r****** 
65 r on 25 r****** 
115 r on 80 r****** 
115 r on 100 r****** 
115 r on 150 r****** 
130 r on 15 r****** 
130 r on 75 r****** 
130 r on 300 r****** 
400 r on 50 r**** 
400 r on 200 r**** 

Surcharged with fancy letters and overprinted 'REPUBLICA'
in red unless otherwise stated (1914)


(With broad 'REPUBLICA' overprint)

  '115 Reis' on 80 r green
  '115 Reis' on 100 r brown
  '115 Reis' on 150 r red
  '130 Reis' on 15 r brown
  '130 Reis' on 75 r red (overprint red or green)
  '130 Reis' on 300 r blue

Click here for stamps of other colonies with similar surcharges.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
With local small 'REPUBLICA' overprint
115 r on 80 r RRRRBlack overprint
115 r on 100 rRRRRRed overprint
115 r on 150 rRRRRGreen overprint
130 r on 75 r****Green overprint
130 r on 300 r****Red overprint
With broad red 'REPUBLICA' overprint
115 r on 80 r** 
115 r on 100 r ** 
115 r on 150 r ** 
130 r on 15 r** 
130 r on 75 r** 
130 r on 300 r** 

Surcharged with fancy letters, overprinted 'Republica' and
surcharged again in cents and bars
  '40 C.' on '400 Reis' on 200 r blue

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
40 c on 400 r on 200 r **Straight 'Republica' overprint

 

1898 King Charles I (Carlos)

  2 1/2 r grey
  5 r orange
  10 r green
  15 r brown
  15 r green
  20 r lilac
  25 r green
  25 r red
  50 r blue
  50 r brown
  65 r blue
  75 r red
  75 r lilac
  80 r lilac
  100 r blue
  115 r brown
  130 r brown
  150 r brown
  200 r lilac
  300 r blue
  400 r blue
  500 r black
  700 r lilac

These stamps have perforation 11 1/2 x 12. Stamps in similar designs were issued for most Portuguese colonies (country name different for each country), click here for more information on this issue.

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
2 1/2 rcc 
5 r*c 
10 r*c 
15 r brown** 
15 r green*c1903
20 r*c 
25 r green*c 
25 r red*c1903
50 r blue** 
50 r brown******1903
65 r******1903
75 r red*** 
75 r lilac**1903
80 r****** 
100 r****** 
115 r******1903
130 r******1903
150 r****** 
200 r*** 
300 r****** 
400 r******1903
500 r****** 
700 rRR 

Surcharged (1905)

Click here for a picture of a similar surcharge on a different country

  '50 REIS' on 65 r blue

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
50 r on 65 r**** 
Overprinted 'PROVISORIO' in fancy letters (1902)

Click here for a picture of a similar surcharge on a different country

  15 r brown
  25 r green
  50 r blue
  75 r red

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
15 r*** 
25 r*c 
50 r** 
75 r***** 
Overprinted broad 'REPUBLICA' in red (except 25 r in green, 1911)

  2 1/2 r grey
  5 r orange
  10 r green
  15 r green
  20 r lilac 
  25 r red (overprint in green)
  50 r brown
  75 r lilac
  100 r blue
  115 r brown
  130 r brown
  200 r lilac
  400 r blue
  500 r black
  700 r lilac 

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
2 1/2 rcc 
5 rcc 
10 r** 
15 r** 
20 r** 
25 r*c 
50 r*c 
75 r** 
100 r***** 
115 r** 
130 r** 
200 r** 
400 r**** 
500 r**** 
700 r**** 
With local smaller 'REPUBLICA' overprint (1914)


(Reduced size)


(Reduced size)

  10 r green (overprint red)
  15 r green (overprint red)
  20 r lilac (overprint green)
  75 r lilac (overprint green)
  100 r blue (overprint red)
  115 r brown (overprint red)
  200 r lilac (overprint green)
  400 r blue (overprint red)
  500 r black (overprint red)
  700 r lilac (overprint green)

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
10 r****** 
15 r****** 
20 r** 
75 r** 
100 r** 
115 rRRRR 
200 r** 
500 r **** 
700 r****** 
Overprinted with broad 'REPUBLICA' in red and surcharged (1912)
  '2 1/2' and bar on 15 r green
  '5' and bar on 15 r green
  '10' and bar on 15 r green

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
2 1/2 on 15 r****** 
5 on 15 r**** 
10 on 15 r**** 
Overprinted 'REPUBLICA' and surcharged


(Reduced size)

 
  '25' and bar on 75 r lilac (1912, 'REPUBLICA' violet)
  '50 REIS' and bar on 65 r blue (1914, 'REPUBLICA' red)
  '1/2 C.' and bars on 75 r lilac (1919) ('REPUBLICA' red or green)
  '2 1/2 C.' and bars on 100 r blue on blue (1919) ('REPUBLICA' red)
  '$ 00,5' and bars on 75 r lilac (1920, 'REPUBLICA' green)
  '4 Cent.' and bars on 130 r brown on yellow ('REPUBLICA' red or black)

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
25 on 75 r**Small local 'REPUBLICA' overprint
50 r on 65 r******Small local 'REPUBLICA' overprint
1/2 c on 75 r ******Broad 'REPUBLICA' overprint in red
1/2 c on 75 r**Small local 'REPUBLICA' overprint in green
2 1/2 c on 100 r **Small local 'REPUBLICA' overprint
2 1/2 c on 100 r*****Broad 'REPUBLICA' overprint
'$ 00,5' on 75 rRRRRSmall local 'REPUBLICA' overprint
4 c on 130 r****Broad red REPUBLICA' overprint
4 c on 130 r******Small local 'REPUBLICA' overprint
Overprinted 'PROVISORIO' (black) 'REPUBLICA' (violet) 
and surcharged (1912)
  '25' and bar on 75 r red

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
25 on 75 rRRRRLocal small 'REPUBLICA' overprint
Overprinted 'PROVISORIO' (black) and 'REPUBLICA'

  50 r blue ('REPUBLICA' red)
  75 r red ('REPUBLICA' green)

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
50 r**Local small 'REPUBLICA' overprint
75 r******Local small 'REPUBLICA' overprint

Stamps in similar designs were issued for most Portuguese colonies (country name different for each country), click here for more information on this issue.

 

1912 Non issued King Emanuel stamps overprinted 'REPUBLICA' in red, except for 20 r

  2 1/2 r lilac
  5 r black
  10 r green
  20 r red (overprint green)
  25 r brown
  50 r blue
  75 r brown
  100 r brown on green
  200 r green on red
  300 r black on blue

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
2 1/2 rcc 
5 rcc 
10 r** 
20 r** 
25 r** 
50 r** 
75 r** 
100 r*** 
200 r** 
300 r** 
Surcharged


(Reduced size)

  '1/2 C.' and bars on 75 r brown
  '2 1/2 C.' and bars on 100 r brown on green
  '$ 00,5' and bars on 75 r brown (1920)
  '1 Cent.' and bars on 50 r blue

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
1/2 c on 75 r** 
2 1/2 c on 100 r ** 
'$ 00,5' on 75 r** 
1 c on 50 r** 

 

1914 Vasco da Gama issues of various countries surcharged 'REPUBLICA ANGOLA'

Click here for pictures of similar surcharges on other Portuguese colonies

1)on Portuguese Africa

  1/4 c on 2 1/2 r green
  1/2 c on 5 r red
  1 c on 10 r lilac
  2 1/2 c on 25 r green
  5 c on 50 r blue
  7 1/2 c on 75 r brown
  10 c on 100 r brown
  15 c on 150 r brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
1/4 c on 2 1/2 r ** 
1/2 c on 5 r** 
1 c on 10 r** 
2 1/2 c on 25 r** 
5 c on 50 r** 
7 1/2 c on 75 r** 
10 c on 100 r** 
15 c on 150 r** 
2)On Macao

  1/4 c on 1/2 a green
  1/2 c on 1 a red
  1 c on 2 a lilac
  2 1/2 c on 4 a green
  5 c on 8 a blue
  7 1/2 c on 12 a brown
  10 c on 16 a brown
  15 c on 24 a brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
1/4 c on 1/2 a**** 
1/2 c on 1 a**** 
1 c on 2 a**** 
2 1/2 c on 4 a** 
5 c on 8 a** 
7 1/2 c on 12 a ** 
10 c on 16 a** 
15 c on 24 a** 
3)On Timor
  1/4 c on 1/2 a green
  1/2 c on 1 a red
  1 c on 2 a lilac
  2 1/2 c on 4 a green
  5 c on 8 a blue
  7 1/2 c on 12 a brown
  10 c on 16 a brown
  15 c on 24 a brown

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
1/4 c on 1/2 a **** 
1/2 c on 1 a**** 
1 c on 2 a**** 
2 1/2 c on 4 a** 
5 c on 8 a** 
7 1/2 c on 12 a ** 
10 c on 16 a** 
15 c on 24 a** 

 

1914 Ceres issue, value and country name in black

  1/4 c olive
  1/2 c black
  1 c green
  1 1/2 c brown
  2 c red
  2 c grey
  2 1/2 c lilac
  3 c orange
  4 c red
  4 1/2 c grey
  5 c blue
  6 c lilac
  7 c blue
  7 1/2 c brown
  8 c violet
  10 c brown
  12 c brown
  12 c green
  15 c lilac
  15 c red
  20 c green
  24 c blue
  25 c brown
  30 c brown
  30 c green
  40 c brown on red
  40 c blue
  50 c orange on red
  50 c violet
  60 c blue
  60 c red
  80 c red
  1 E blue
  1 E green on blue
  1 E red
  2 E violet
  5 E yellow
  10 E red
  20 E green

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
1/4 c vccI've seen this stamp with double black inscription
'ANGOLA 1/4 C'
1/2vcc 
1 c vcvcTwo shades of green were issued
1 1/2 c vcc 
2 c redcc 
2 c greyvcc 
2 1/2 ccc 
3 cvcc 
4 ccc 
4 1/2 ccc 
5 c*c 
6 ccc 
7 ccc 
7 1/2 ccc 
8 ccc 
10 ccc 
12 c browncc 
12 c green** 
15 c lilac** 
15 c redcc 
20 ccc 
24 ccc 
25 ccc 
30 c brown** 
30 c greencc 
40 c brown on red **** 
40 c blue*c 
50 c orange on red ****** 
50 c violet** 
60 c blue*c 
60 c red** 
80 c*c 
1 E blue** 
1 E green on blue****** 
1 E red** 
2 E*** 
5 E***** 
10 E****** 
20 E****** 
Surcharged


(Reduced size)

  '$ 04' on 15 c lilac
  '$ 00,5' and bars on 7 1/2 c brown (1920)
  '50 C.' and bars on 60 c red
  '70 C.' and bars on 80 c red
  '70 C.' and bars on 1 E blue
  '1$40E.' on 2 E violet

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
'$ 04' on 15 c** 
'$ 00,5' on 7 1/2 c **** 

Postage due stamps

1904 Inscription 'PORTEADO A RECEBER', value and country name in black

Value in 'REIS' 


(Reduced size)

  5 r green
  10 r black
  20 r brown
  30 r orange
  50 r brown
  60 r brown
  100 r lilac
  130 r blue
  200 r red
  500 r violet

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
5 r to 30 r** 
50 r **** 
60 r****** 
100 r**** 
130 r****** 
200 r****** 
500 r****** 
Overprinted 'REPUBLICA' in red or green (200 r) (1911)


(Reduced size)

  5 r green
  10 r black
  20 r brown
  30 r orange
  50 r brown
  60 r brown
  100 r lilac
  130 r blue
  200 r red
  500 r violet

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
5 r cc 
10 r to 500 r** 
Value in cents (1921)


(Reduced size)

  1/2 c green
  1 c grey
  2 c brown
  3 c orange
  5 c brown
  6 c brown
  10 c lilac
  13 c blue
  20 c red
  50 c grey

Value of the stamps

vc = very common
c  = common
*  = not so common
** = uncommon
*** = very uncommon
R   = rare
RR  = very rare
RRR = extremely rare
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
1/2 c to 3 cvcc 
5 c to 20 ccc 
50 c** 
Overprinted 'CORREIOS' and value to be used as postage stamps (1935)

  5 c on 5 c brown
  10 c on 13 c blue
  20 c on 50 c grey
  30 c on 50 c grey
  40 c on 50 c grey
 

Obligatory tax stamps

1929 Inscription 'GOVERNO GENERAL DE ANGOLA ASSISTENCIA'

  50 c blue

Fiscal Stamps


('ESTAMPILHA FISCAL ANGOLA')

In the above design I have seen the values:
in brown with black value and 'ANGOLA':0$10, 0$50, 10$00, 20$00
in black: 1$00, 2$50 and 4$00.


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