4th April 1867
perf 11½ to 13, no watermark, engraved.
Printed by Perkins Bacon, London
|1 penny rose||1||1|
|6d grey black||2||2|
|1 shilling slate blue||3||3|
The Turks Islands became a British colony in 1848, as did the nearby Caicos Islands. In 1867 they became a dependency under Jamaican administration, but continued to issue stamps until 1900, since when they have used Turks and Caicos Islands stamps.
Mackay  notes that these "were among the last to be recess-printed in the classic period by Perkins Bacon and, with their fine profile of the queen on an engine-turned background, conformed to the standards which characterized the work of this company."