|Stamp To prosperity overprinted "JAMHURI 1964" in catalogues|
|Michel:||Mi: TZ-ZB 278|
|Stanley Gibbons:||Sg: TZ-ZB 411|
Stamp is square format.Overprinted "Jamhuri 1964".
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|Stamp To prosperity overprinted "JAMHURI 1964" in digits|
|Face Value:||50 Zanzibari cent|
Stamp To prosperity overprinted "JAMHURI 1964" it reflects the thematic directions:
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