100 x Edward VIII 15c Morocco

Because King Edward VIII only served for ten months, the Post Office only got around to issuing 4 stamps with his portrait. At that time we had a presence in Morocco and so some of these unique stamps were overprinted for use in our offices in Morocco. Great combination Edward VIII mint unused stamps but overprinted for use in Morocco. The denomination being offered here is the 15c in quantities of 100. If you have never even seen these, now is the chance to not only see them but to own some at a great price.
Availability: In stock
SKU: STP404
£25.00
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