Stamp: Postal fiscal overprinted Oficcial (New Zealand 1915)

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Postal fiscal overprinted Oficcial (New Zealand 1915)

01 January (New Zealand ) within release Official Overprints goes into circulation Stamp Postal fiscal overprinted Oficcial face value 2 New Zealand shilling

Stamp Postal fiscal overprinted Oficcial in catalogues
Stanley Gibbons: Sg: NZ O86

Stamp is square format.

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Country: New Zealand
Date: 1915-01-01
Print: Recess
Perforation: 14½ x 14
Emission: Official
Format: Stamp
Face Value: 2 New Zealand shilling

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