Hong Kong Collection Page Scans

The Hong Kong King George VI stamps were printed from 1938 until about 1952. In addition to the color changes resulting from the Japanese occupation, there are also color shades and perforation changes in a few issues.

The pages are from my collection, and are identified by the Commonwealth, Gibbons, and Scott numbers in that order. The page images were scanned in a larger size and at a higher resolution so you can more easily see the details used in viewing them. Feel free to select the page and let it download to your screen and save it to your hard drive for viewing. If you are using a PC, selecting the page will typically open it in Microsoft Photo Viewer (or whatever you are using as your default). From there you can enlarge the size for more close-up viewing. If you are using a phone - go find a PC or a Mac. The images are 1200 pixels wide and you will go mad trying to view them on your phone.

Please be patient if it takes a few minutes for each page to load.

Hong Kong Collection Page Scans
Commonwealth # Stanley Gibbons # Scott # Description and Page Link
1-30 140-162 154-166A Hong Kong - 1938 Set - Page 1
      Hong Kong - 1938 Set - Page 2
      Hong Kong - 1938 Set - Page 3
      Hong Kong - 1938 Set - Page 4
S4-S9 163-168 168-173 Hong Kong - 1941 British Occupation Set

This article was written to help you identify your stamps.
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Hong Kong King George VI Stamps for sale
Web pages describing various sets from the British Colonies
Index to KGVI Stamps Web Sites
Web pages with links to full page scans from the KGVI Stamps Reference Collection
Index to KGVI Stamps Collection Page Scan Sites
Links to other British Colonial Stamp Sites