1st January 1911
perf 14, multiple crown CA wmk.
|1 cent grey-green||1||1|
|4c black and red||3||3|
|5c green and red, yellow||4||4|
|10c black and violet||6||6|
|30c violet and red||7||7|
|50c black and orange||8||8|
|$1 green and emerald||9||9|
|$1 green and brown||1915||10||9a|
|$2 green and carmine rose||11||10|
|$5 green and ultra||12||11|
|$25 green and orange||13||12|
† Date of issue, where later than 1912.
Kelantan is on the eastern coast of the Malay peninsular and its postal history is remarkably similar to that of Kedah.
Federation of Malaya
|1942 Sc-N1 SG-||1943 Sc-2N1 SG-TK1||1950 Sc50 SG61||1965 Sc91 SG103|
Thailand transferred suzerainty over Kelantan to GB in July 1909.
Overprinted stamps were issued under Japanese occupation in 1942. Scott  notes that it "was not regularly issued", according to some authorities. Issues for Thai occupation were also made in 1943: Scott notes here that "stamps with centers in red are revenues".
Kelantan joined the Federation of Malaya in February 1948 and was incorporated into Malaysia in 1963. It had its own stamps within Malaysia from 1965 until 1986.