Sarawak - George V (1910-1936)

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    Sarawak 1928 20c Olive-Bistre & Violet SG86 Fine Used
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    Sarawak 1922 12c Bright Blue SG70 Fine Used
    Regular Price £9.00 Special Price £7.20
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    Sarawak 1918 50c Olive-Green & Carmine SG60 Fine Used
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    Sarawak 1928 12c Bright Blue SG84 Fine Used
    Regular Price £23.00 Special Price £18.40
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    Sarawak 1934-41 Set of 20 to 50c SG106-119 Fine MM
    Regular Price £48.00 Special Price £38.40
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    Sarawak 1932 8c Orange-Yellow SG97 Fine Used
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    Sarawak 1918 $1 Bright Rose & Green SG61 Good Used
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    Sarawak 1918 12c Purple SG56 Fine Mtd Mint
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    Sarawak 1918 50c Olive-Green & Carmine SG60 V.F.U
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    Sarawak 1918 12c Purple SG56 Good Used
    Regular Price £24.00 Special Price £19.20
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    Sarawak 1918 12c Purple SG56 Fine Lightly Mtd Mint
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    Sarawak 1918 $1 Brt Rose & Green SG61 Good Used
    Regular Price £12.00 Special Price £9.60
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    Sarawak 1922-23 set of 10 SG63-71 V.F.U
    Regular Price £45.00 Special Price £36.00
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    Sarawak 1918 Extended set of 14 SG50-61 V.F.U
    Regular Price £120.00 Special Price £96.00
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Sarawak is one of two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo. It is the largest state in Malaysia.  Placed under British protection in 1888, it was ceded to Great Britain in 1946 and administered as a Crown Colony until 1963 when it became a state of the Federation of Malaysia

Letters from Sarawak to overseas destinations, except Borneo and Singapore, were franked by stamps of India from 1859 and from 1867 by Straits Settlements. Sarawak first postage stamp was issued in 1869


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