PAKISTAN BAHAWALPUR 1949 UPU set of 4 to 2½a Officials, SGO28/31var
Pakistan Bahawalpur 1949 Anniversary of the Universal Postal Union set of 4 Officials to 2½a, in complete IMPERFORATE sheets of 50 (5x10), each with imprint and '1B 1B' (1a) or '1A 1A' plate numbers, SGO28/31var.
A very fine unmounted mint complete set of entire sheets with full original gum. Quite remarkable preservation.
A most attractive philatelic assembly and very rare in this form, particularly in such pristine condition.
Stanley Gibbons catalogue value: £1,100++.
N.B. These imperforate stamps are now known used on commercial cover.
Bahawalpur, a former feudatory state situated to the west of the Punjab, was briefly independent following the partition of India on 15 August 1947. It then acceded to Pakistan on 3 October of the same year.
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