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Monday, September 12, 2011

NAWANAGAR-1893 Postage Stamp Issue-Old Indian Princely State Stamps-Illustrated

Issued in 1893 during the reign of Jam Vibhaji (1882-1895) and in values of Docras. The set consists of a 1 Docra (black), 2 Docra (deep-green), and 3 Docra (orange-yellow/with orange shades). The stamps were issued without gum and are more highly valued in a very fine used state. Intaglio seals were used in postal cancellations (three examples are shown here). Nawanagar stamps become obsolete in 1895.



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  1. At time the state gave up the private post mailing service on 01.01.1895 all the remaining stock of stamps was overprinted with postmarks 'RaD' (invalid) in various designs.
    See http://www.fg-indien.de/ip_QandA_E.html

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