|1902 Sc2 SG238||1903 Sc1 SG250||xxx|
|Carupano, typeset, imperf|
|5 centimos purple, orange (0.05b ‡)||1||237|
|10c black, orange (0.10b)||2||238|
|25c purple, green (0.25b)||3||239|
|50c green, yellow (0.50b)||4||240|
|1 bolivar blue, rose||5||241|
|1b black, yellow||6||242|
|Guayana, typo, perf 12|
|5c black, grey||1||250|
|10c black, orange||2||251|
|25c black, pink||3||252|
|50c black, blue||4||253|
|1b black, straw||5||254|
† Gibbons  lists these within the main body of Venezuelan stamps.
‡ The Gibbons listing denominates the stamps in fractions of a bolivar, as shown on the stamps.
Carupano - Great Britain, Germany and Italy blockaded La Guaire in 1902 in pursuit of "revolutionary damages". This isolated the port of Carupano resulting in the use of local provisionals. Sc2 is shown.
Guayana - This state (renamed Bolivar) in south-east Venezuela was the main centre of the rebellion and when it fell, the rebellion ended.
Gibbons also lists a local for La Guaira in 1864, a steamboat service between the mainland and St. Thomas in the Dutch West Indies.