SIERRA LEONE 1933 Wilberforce ½d, 1d, 1½d, SG168/70
Sierra Leone 1933 Wilberforce ½d green, 1d black and brown and 1½d chestnut, each in a complete folded sheet of 60 (6x10), SG168/70.
The sheets are fine and fresh unmounted mint with full original gum. As normal with such large sheets, there are the odd bends and marginal separation,
A very attractive set and unusual to find in this form.
The 1933 stamp issue marked the Centenary of the Abolition of Slavery and of the death of William Wilberforce. The ½d features the Arms of Sierra Leone, the 1d 'Freedom' and the 1½d the map of Sierra Leone. One of the most revered King George V sets of stamps issued in the British Empire.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £609+.
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