Antigua - George V (1910-1936)

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    Antigua 1921-29 Set of 16 SG62-80 Fine & Fresh LMM Ex-SG63 & SG73
    Regular Price £125.00 Special Price £100.00
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    Antigua 1916-18 War Stamp Set of 3 SG52-54 Fine LMM
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    Antigua 1932 3d Orange SG86 V.F.U 'Madame Joseph' Forged Cancel
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    Antigua 1932 2s6d Claret SG89 V.F.U
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    Antigua 1932 2d Grey SG84 V.F.U 'Madame Joseph' Forged Cancel
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    Antigua 1932 1d Scarlet SG82 V.F.U 'Madame Joseph' Forged Cancel
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    Antigua 1932 1 1/2d Brown SG83 V.F.U 'Madame Joseph' Forged Cancel
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    Antigua 1927 2s6d Black & Red-Blue SG78 V.F.U
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    Antigua 1922 £1 Purple & Black-Red SG61 Fine Used
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    Antigua 1922 5s Green & Red-Pale Yellow SG60 V.F.U on Piece
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    Antigua 1921 3d Purple-Pale Yellow SG55 Fine Used
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    Antigua 1921 2s6d Black & Red-Blue SG59 Fine Used
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    Antigua 1921 2s Purple & Blue-Blue SG58 V.F MNH
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    Antigua 1921 1s Black-Emerald SG57 Fine Used
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    Antigua 1916-18 War Stamp Set of 3 SG52-54 V.F.U
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    Antigua 1913 5s Grey-Green & Violet SG51 V.F.U
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    Antigua 1932 Tercentenary Set of 10 SG81-90 Fine & Fresh MM
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    Barbuda 1922 Set of 11 SG1-11 V.F.U
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    Antigua 1932 Set of 8 to 1s SG81-88 Fine Mtd Mint
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Here you will find a selection of Commonwealth stamps from Antigua

Antigua was discovered by Christopher Columbus, in 1493, and was named after the church of Santa Maria la Antigua in Seville. It was first settled in 1632. By the Treaty of Breda in 1667 it became a British Possession.

The postal arrangements of Antigua were controlled by the British Postmaster General in London till 1 May 1860. The island authorities set up an internal post in March 1841, between St John's and English Harbour, with Mr Scotland as the postmaster. From 1858 Great Britain stamps were made available for use in Antigua. Letters from St John’s were postmarked “A02” and those from English Harbour were obliterated with “A18”

The Post Office Act of Antigua, passed on 24 April 1860, by the Assembly of the Leeward Islands, transferred control to the local government. The first order for stamps was for a sixpence denomination to be used for the letter rate from Antigua to Great Britain. A consignment of 8,000 stamps, was sent out on 1 July 1862, by the printers, Messrs Perkins Bacon and Co. These arrived and were issued sometime in August 1862. A one penny stamp was issued in 1863. The design of these stamps is based on a drawing of Queen Victoria’s head by Edward Henry Corbould and was engraved by Charles Henry Jeens


Currently showing stamps issued between 1910-1936 during King George V Reign