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1892 King Charles I, in an oval

150 r red on red 200 r blue on blue

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

The 5 r stamp was used bisected for a short time in 1895(?), example:


(bisected stamp, used on 26 November 1894)

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 rcc 
10 r** 
15 r** 
20 r** 
25 r*c 
50 r*** 
75 r**** 
80 r**** 
100 r*** 
150 r****** 
200 r****** 
300 r****** 

Reprints of these stamps were made in 1905.

Postal stationery exists in the same design: 10 r green, 20 r lilac, 25 r green, 30 r blue and 50 r blue.

 

1897 King Charles I, new type

  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
  65 r blue
  75 r red
  75 r brown on yellow (value in red)
  80 r lilac
  100 r blue on blue
  115 r orange on red
  130 r brown on yellow
  150 r brown on yellow
  180 r black on red
  200 r lilac
  300 r blue on red
  500 r black on blue (value in red)

Most of these stamps have perforation 11 1/2 x 12 (the 500 r also exist with perforation 12 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
ValueUnusedUsedRemarks
2 1/2 rcc 
5 rcc 
10 rcc 
15 r brown ** 
15 r greencc1899
20 rcc 
25 r green*c 
25 r redcvc1899
50 r*cTwo shades of blue were issued,
the second one in 1905
65 rcc1898
75 r red*c 
75 r brown on yellow ****1905
80 rcc 
100 r** 
115 rcc1898
130 rcc1898
150 rcc 
180 rcc1898
200 r** 
300 r** 
500 r**** 

From 1906 on the stamps of Acores were used.


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