17 October 1914
|New Britain 1914 Sc30b SG50c||xxx|
|Description||Scott †||SG †||Mi||Y&T|
|German New Guinea surcharged|
|1 penny on 3 pfennigs brown||1||1|
|other values and variants||2-29G||2-30|
† There are too many values and variants to document sensibly and the differing Scott and Gibbons approaches mean that matching across catalogues would be difficult.
Scott  states that "The island Neu-Pommern, a part of former German New Guinea, was captured during World War I by Australian troops and named New Britain. Following the war it was mandated to Australia and designated a part of the Mandated Territory of New Guinea. See German New Guinea, North West Pacific Islands and New Guinea. "
Gibbons  lists these under Australia, New Guinea. "G.R.I." stands for Georgius Rex Imperator, King George V.
New Britain entire
|Scott 30, 31d, 32-34, 36|