Ireland

Ireland was part of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland when the world's first postage stamps were issued in 1840. These stamps, and all subsequent British issues, were used in Ireland until the new Irish Government assumed power in 1922. Beginning in February 1922, existing British stamps were overprinted with Irish text to provide some definitives until separate Irish issues became available.

Following the overprints, a regular series of definitive stamps was produced, using domestic designs. 

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Ireland 1922 1/2d Green SG52b 'Accent Inserted by Hand' on Locally Addressed Cover
£475.00
Ireland 1922 1s Bistre-Brown SG63 Good Used
£7.00
Ireland 1922 4d Grey-Green SG6b Good Used
£11.00
Ireland 1922 5d Yellow-Brown SG7 Fine Used
£8.00
Ireland 1922-23 Set of 12 SG71-82 Fine Used
£37.00
Ireland 1922 1s Bistre-Brown SG15 Good Used
£7.00
Ireland 1922 9d Agate SG40 Fine Used (2)
£16.00
Ireland 1922 9d Olive-Green SG41 Good Used (2)
£25.00
Ireland 1922 5s Rose-Carmine SG65 Good Used
£70.00
Ireland 1922 9d Agate SG8b Fine Used
£11.00
Ireland 1922 9d Olive-Green SG41 Good Used
£25.00
Ireland 1923 4d Grey-Green SG58 Fine Used
£8.00
Ireland 1922 9d Agate SG40 Fine Used
£15.00
Ireland 1922 6d Reddish Purple SG14 Fine Used
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Regular Price £16.00 Special Price £8.00

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