February 3, 2011

Egypt

Filed under: -Egypt, AFRICA — fiuman @ 8:38 pm

EGYPT

stamps in collection: 18

uploaded stamp images: 118


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stamps issued;

Ottoman Empire Ottoman suzerainty Califate of Egypt – 1866-1915

  • 40 Paras = 1 Piaster 1866-1888

Egypt -1923 British protectorate Sultanate of Egypt – 1915-1922

Egypt kingdom Kingdom of Egypt – 1922-1953

Egypt.rep Republic of Egypt – 1953-1958

UARUnited Arab Republic – 1958-1971

Egypt Arab Republic of Egypt – 1971-present

  • 1000 Millemes = 100 Piaster = 1 Pound 1888-****

 

Ottoman suzerainty, Califate of Egypt

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1879-01-01 /

1Egypt-1879-1a*2Egypt-1879-1b

  • 1 – 5 paras on 2½ piaster / perf. 12½
  • 1a – 5 paras on 2½ piaster / perf. 12½ : 13½
  • 2 – 10 paras on 2½ piaster / perf. 12½
  • 2a – 10 paras on 2½ piaster / perf. 12½ : 13½

none in my collection


1884– /

1Egypt-1884-1a

  • 1 – 20 paras on 5 piaster

not in my collection


1907 / official stamps

1 ; 2 ; 3 ; 5 milliemes ; 1 ; 5 piasters

Egypt-13*Egypt-1*


British protectorate Sultanate of Egypt

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1915-10-15 /

1Egypt-1915-1a

  • 1 – 2 on 3  millemes

not in my collection


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Kingdom of Egypt

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1922-10-10 /

1Egypt-1922-1a*2Egypt-1922-1b*3Egypt-1922-1c*4Egypt-1922-1d*5Egypt-1922-1e*6Egypt-1922-1f*7Egypt-1922-1g*8Egypt-1922-1h

9Egypt-1922-1i*10Egypt-1922-1j*11Egypt-1922-1k*12Egypt-1922-1l*13Egypt-1922-1m

  • 1 – 1 milleme
  • 2 – 2 millemes
  • 3 – 3 millemes
  • 4 – 4 millemes
  • 5 – 5 millemes
  • 6 – 10 millemes
  • 7 – 15 millemes
  • 8 – 15 millemes
  • 9 -20 millemes
  • 10 -50 millemes
  • 11 – 100 millemes
  • 12 – 100 millemes
  • 13 – 200 millemes

in my collection


1926-08-24 /

1Egypt-1926-1a*2Egypt-1926-1b*3Egypt-1926-1c

  • 1 – 5 on 50 millemes
  • 2 – 10 on 100 millemes
  • 3 – 15 on 200 millemes

none in my collection


1926-12-21 / Inauguration of Port Fuad – Overprinted “PORT FOUAD”

1Egypt-1926-2a*2Egypt-1926-2b*3Egypt-1926-2c*4Egypt-1926-2d

  • 1 – 5 millemes
  • 2 – 10 millemes
  • 3 – 15 millemes
  • 4 – 50 piaster

none in my collection


1931-04-06 / Airmail – Overprinted “GRAF ZEPPELIN AVRIL 1931” and Surcharged Value in English and Arabic

1Egypt-1931-1a*2Egypt-1931-1b

  • 1 – 50 on 27 millemes
  • 2 – 100 on 27 millemes

none in my collection


1932 /

1Egypt-1932-1a*2Egypt-1932-1b

  • 1 – 50 millemes on 50 piaster
  • 2 – 100 millemes on 1 pound

none in my collection


1943-11-17 / The 5th Anniversary of the Birth of Princess Ferial – Overprinted “1943” in English and Arabic

1Egypt-1943-1a

  • 1 – 5+5 millemes

not in my collection


1946-10-01 / Cairo Aviation Congress – Overprinted “Le Caire 1946” and Arabic Characters

1 – Egypt-1946-1a

  • 1 – 30 millemes

in my collection


1948-08-23 /Airmail Service to Athens and Rome – Overprinted “S.A.I.D.E. 23-8-1948” and Surcharged Value in English and Arabic

1Egypt-1948-1a*2Egypt-1948-1b

  • 1 – 13 on 100 millemes
  • 2 – 22 on 200 millemes

non in my collection


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1952-01-17 / Overprinted “King of Egypt and the Sudan 16th October 1951”

1Egypt-1952-1a*2Egypt-1952-1b*3Egypt-1952-1c*4Egypt-1952-1d*5Egypt-1952-1e*6Egypt-1952-1f*7imege needed - 120*8Egypt-1952-1g*9Egypt-1952-1h*10Egypt-1952-1i

11Egypt-1952-1j*12Egypt-1952-1k*13Egypt-1952-1l*14Egypt-1952-1m*15Egypt-1952-1n*16Egypt-1952-1o*17Egypt-1952-1p*18Egypt-1952-1q

  • 1 – 1 milleme
  • 2 – 2 millemes
  • 3 – 3 millemes
  • 4 – 4 millemes
  • 5 – 6 millemes
  • 6 – 10 millemes
  • 7 – 13 millemes
  • 8 – 15 millemes
  • 9 – 17 millemes
  • 10 – 20 millemes
  • 11 – 22 millemes
  • 12 – 30 millemes
  • 13 – 40 millemes
  • 14 – 50 millemes
  • 15 – 100 millemes
  • 16 – 200 millemes
  • 17 – 50 piaster
  • 18 – 1 pound

in my collection


1952-01-17 / express stamp

1Egypt-1952-2a

  • 1 – 40 millemes

not in my collection


1952-01-17 / Airmail – Nile Dam and King Farouk

1imege needed - 120*2imege needed - 120*3Egypt-1952-3a*4Egypt-1952-3b*5Egypt-1952-3c*6Egypt-1952-3d

7Egypt-1952-3e*8Egypt-1952-3f*9Egypt-1952-3g*10Egypt-1952-3h*11Egypt-1952-3i*12Egypt-1952-3j

  • 1 – 1 milleme
  • 2 – 2 millemes
  • 3 – 5 millemes
  • 4 – 7 millemes
  • 5 – 8 millemes
  • 6 – 10 millemes
  • 7 – 20 millemes
  • 8 – 30 millemes
  • 9 – 40 millemes
  • 10 – 50 millemes
  • 11 – 100 millemes
  • 12 – 200 millemes

none in my collection


1953-04-20 / King Farouk with Portrait obliterated by Three Horizontal Bars

1imege needed - 120*2Egypt-1953-1a*3imege needed - 120

  • 1 – 1 milleme
  • 2 – 3 millemes
  • 3 – 6 millemes

none in my collection


1953-04-20 / Issues of King Farouk with Portrait obliterated by Three Horizontal Bars – Exist with Double Overprint

1Egypt-1953-2a*2Egypt-1953-2b*3Egypt-1953-2c*4Egypt-1953-2d*5Egypt-1953-2e*6Egypt-1953-2f*7Egypt-1953-2g*8Egypt-1953-2h*9Egypt-1953-2i

10Egypt-1953-2j*11Egypt-1953-2k*12Egypt-1953-2l*13Egypt-1953-2m*14Egypt-1953-2n

15Egypt-1953-2p*16Egypt-1953-2o

  • 1 – 1 milleme
  • 2 – 2 millemes
  • 3 – 3 millemes
  • 4 – 4 millemes
  • 5 – 10 millemes
  • 6 – 15 millemes
  • 7 – 17 millemes
  • 8 – 20 millemes
  • 9 – 22 millemes
  • 10 – 30 millemes
  • 11 – 40 millemes
  • 12 – 50 millemes
  • 13 – 100 millemes
  • 14 – 200 millemes
  • 15 – 50 piaster
  • 16 – 1 pound

in my collection


1953-04-20 / King Farouk with Portrait obliterated by Three Horizontal Bars – Exist with Double Overprint

1Egypt-1953-3a*2Egypt-1953-3b*3Egypt-1953-3c*4Egypt-1953-3d*5Egypt-1953-3e*6Egypt-1953-3f*7Egypt-1953-3g*8Egypt-1953-3h

9Egypt-1953-3i*10Egypt-1953-3j*11Egypt-1953-3k*12Egypt-1953-3l*13Egypt-1953-3m

  • 1 – 1 milleme
  • 2 – 2 millemes
  • 3 – 3 millemes
  • 4 – 4 millemes
  • 5 – 6 millemes
  • 6 – 10 millemes
  • 7 – 13 millemes
  • 8 – 15 millemes
  • 9 – 17 millemes
  • 10 – 20 millemes
  • 11 – 22 millemes
  • 12 – 40 millemes
  • 13 – 200 millemes

none in my collection


1953-04-20 / Air Mail

1Egypt-1953-4a*2Egypt-1953-4b*3Egypt-1953-4c*4Egypt-1953-4d*5Egypt-1953-4e*6Egypt-1953-4f

7Egypt-1953-4g*8Egypt-1953-4h*9Egypt-1953-4i*10Egypt-1953-4j*11Egypt-1953-4k*12imege needed - 120

  • 1 – 2 millemes
  • 2 – 3 millemes
  • 3 – 5 millemes
  • 4 – 7 millemes
  • 5 – 8 millemes
  • 6 – 10 millemes
  • 7 – 20 millemes
  • 8 – 30 millemes
  • 9 – 40 millemes
  • 10 – 50 millemes
  • 11 – 100 millemes
  • 12 – 200 millemes

none in my collection


1953-04-20  /Air Mail

1Egypt-1953-5a*2Egypt-1953-5b*3imege needed - 120*4imege needed - 120*5Egypt-1953-5c*6Egypt-1953-5d

7imege needed - 120*8imege needed - 120*9imege needed - 120*10Egypt-1953-5e*11imege needed - 120*12imege needed - 120

  • 1 – 2 millemes
  • 2 – 3 millemes
  • 3 – 5 millemes
  • 4 – 7 millemes
  • 5 – 8 millemes
  • 6 – 10 millemes
  • 7 – 20 millemes
  • 8 – 30 millemes
  • 9 – 40 millemes
  • 10 – 50 millemes
  • 11 – 100 millemes
  • 12 – 200 millemes

 in my collection


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Republic of Egypt

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1955-11-01 / The 2nd Arab Postal Union Conference, Cairo – Overprinted “CAIRO 15.3.1955” in Arabic

1Egypt-1955-1a*2Egypt-1955-1b*3Egypt-1955-1c

  • 1 – 5 millemes
  • 2 – 10 millemes
  • 3 – 37 millemes

none in my collection


1957-01-14 / Evacuation of British and French Troops from Port Said – Overprinted “EVACUATION 22-12-56” in English and Arabic

1Egypt-1957-1a

  • 1 – 10 millemes

not in my collection


1957-04-27  / The 1000th Anniversary of Al-Azhar University – Unissued Stamps of 1942 Overprinted with the Present Arabic Year (1376)

1Egypt-1957-2a*2Egypt-1957-2b*3Egypt-1957-2c

  • 1 –
  • 2 –
  • 3 –

none in my collection


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UAR United Arab Republic

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1958-12-09 /Overprinted “INDUSTRIAL & AGRICULTURAL FAIR” in Red

1Egypt-1958-1a

  • 1 – 10 millemes

not in my collection


1959-01-20 /

1Egypt-1958-2a

  • 1 – 55 on 100 millemes

not in my collection


1960-02-22 / Egypt Postage Stamp Overprinted “UAR” in Red

1Egypt-1960-1a

  • 1  – 1 pound

not in my collection


 

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