NIGERIA 1914-29 £1 deep purple and black/red, SG12
Nigeria 1914-29 £1 deep purple and black/red, die I, SG12.
A fine quality mint example with original gum.
The first Nigerian stamps were issued on 1 June 1914 following the amalgamation of all of the British colonies in the area (Northern Nigeria Protectorate and Southern Nigeria Protectorate). These first stamps were the standard King George V Empire keytype, which was also previously used for the issues of Northern Nigeria.
This was the highest value denomination in these first stamp issues from Nigeria.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £200.
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