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Trengganu

14th December 1910

Malayan State 8

Trengganu Sc1
Trengganu Sc19
Design 1
Design 2
  Sc1 SG1 Sc19 SG18  

perf 14, multiple crown CA wmk, typo

Description Date Scott SG Mi Y&T  
Ordinary paper
1 cent blue green   1 1, 1a      
2c red-violet and brown 1915 2 2      
3c rose-red   3 3      
4c brown-orange   4 4      
4c green and orange-brown 1915 5 5      
4c scarlet 1919 6 5a      
5c grey   7 6      
5c chocolate and grey 1915 8 7      
8c ultra   9 8      
10c red and green, yellow 1915 10 9, 9a      
Chalky paper
10c violet, pale yellow   11a 10      
20c red violet and violet   12 11      
25c dull violet and green 1915 13 12      
30c black and dull violet 1915 14 13      
50c black and sepia, green   15 14      
$1 red and black, blue   16 15      
$3 red and green, green 1915 17 16      
$5 lilac and blue-green (design 2) 1912 18 17      
$25 green and carmine (design 2) 1912 19 18      

Date issued, where not 1910.

Trenggahu ScN1
Trengganu SG100
Japanese Occupation
Malaysia
1942 Sc-N21 SG 1965 Sc86 SG100

Trengganu is on the eastern coast of the Malay peninsulsar. Control was passed from Thailand to GB in 1909 and a British advisor appointed in 1919. Trengganu joined the Federation of Malaya in February 1948 and became part of Malaysia in 1963. Overprints were used during the Japanese occupation of WW2. ScN21 is shown: of the first set, Sc-N1-N17C are black or brown handstamps; Sc-N18-29A are in red.

Sources: ScS, SGP1.

Images from ebay.

FI ref: 414 Page credit: NB

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