Malaya - Selangor 1891 2c on 24c green, set of 5 surcharges, SG44/8
Malaya - Selangor 1891 2c on 24c green, set of 5 surcharges, (types 35/9), SG44/8.
Fresh quality mint examples with large part original gum.
Total printing was only 6,000, with just 600 each of types 36, 37 and 39. A fine and very scarce set, seldom offered in this form.
The Malaysian Straits Settlements first became a British crown colony in 1867. Stamps of the Straits Settlements were first overprinted for use in the Sultanate of Selangor in 1881.
Stamps from Malaysia have become increasingly popular in recent years. This is partly influenced by the large number of collectors entering the hobby from the Asian stamp collecting boom.
This surcharge type only occurred 6 times in every pane of 60.
Stanley Gibbons catalogue value: £1,105.
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