The stamps of Tanzania begins with German East Africa, which was occupied by British forces during World War I. After the war, the territory came under British rule, was named Tanganyika and issued stamps under that name until after a union with Zanzibar in 1964.
The first definitive series was issued 9 December 1965, and consisted of a set of 14 values ranging from 5 cents to 20 shillings, depicting a variety of scenes, symbols, and wildlife
Currently showing stamps in mint condition.
These can be mint never hinged (MNH), mounted mint, mint hinged or mint with no gum.
These are stamps that have never been postally used