New Guinea Collection Page Scans
The New Guinea set of King George VI stamps was originally printed in 1935 to add two high values of £2 and £5 airmail stamps. The set was continued in 1939 to add the lower values to £1. The stamps were in use until 1942 when Japan invaded New Guinea.
The page shown is 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.
|New Guinea Collection Page Scans|
|Commonwealth #||Stanley Gibbons #||Scott #||Description and Page Link|
|G87-G88, A1-A14||204-205, 212-225||C44-C59||New Guinea 1935Set|
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