ST VINCENT 1907-08 set of 5 to 3d SPECIMENS, SG94s/8s
St Vincent 1907-08 set of 5 to 3d, type 17, overprinted 'SPECIMEN', SG94s/8s.
An attractive mint set with large part original gum, (the ½d to 2d stamps are unmounted mint). The 2½d stamp is a little pale.
The St Vincent King Edward VII Coat of Arms stamps were issued as replacements for the lower value keyplate issues beginning in 1907 and continued to be used until they were replaced by the King George V issues beginning in 1913.
These "SPECIMEN" examples were used solely by postal administrations for reference purposes to help spot any attempted forgeries.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £130.
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