The error you are asking about is definitely one of these group transfer errors and not a plate variety. Actually, Big Blue has good coverage of the Falkland Islands classic issues. It might be described in one of them. Each of these printings has visible traits that may help you identify your stamps. The first opened in Stanley in 1887. Many of these early Falklands stamps have varieties that are worth investigating. The catalogue, which is hardbound and contains 272 pages full of information, has a recommended retail price in Great Britain of £34.
Go to for more details. Also the unsold lots available if you contact the Auction Manager, details on the front of the catalogue. In 1933, to celebrate the centenary of the permanent occupation of the islands as a British colony, the Falkland Islands issued a stunning set of 12 bicolor pictorial stamps with engraved designs Scott 65-76 , which convey a good idea of the diversity of the islands. Stanley Gibbons lists a few varieties but there are a lot more. Then there is a Scott 5a stamp -1p claret-that was bisected, but does not have a sideways watermark. This catalogue lists and prices the stamps of the Falkland Islands, Falkland Islands Dependencies, South Georgia, British Antarctic Territory and South Georgia and South Sandwich Islands.
Other former Falkland Islands — South Shetland Islands, South Orkney Islands and Graham Land — became part of the British Antarctic Territory in 1962. However, the Committee feel the time is right to include some colour illustrations of lots on the Study Group website for all Members to be able to view. Others can correct me, perhaps. In 1911 De La Rue created an essay for a proposed stamp but it was not until 1944 that the use of Falkland Is stamps ceased and the overprinted stamps were issued. So I can find a stamp that is watermarked sideways, but not a 1991 issue. On 1 January 1891 a need for ½d stamps resulted in the authorization of bisection and surcharge of existing 1d stamps.
There is also an opportunity for those attending the Study Group Weekend and Gildersome regional meeting to view all the lots for the March and October auctions. Situated next door to the Post Office on Ross Road, it handles stamps for the Government of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands and the British Antarctic Territory as well as for the Falkland Islands. Falkland Islands dependencies Stamps Postal services were provided to four areas: Graham Land. You can see the results with my blog posts. There were photographs, prints or copies of all the illustrations used for the design of the stamps, some even signed by George Roberts. The first postmaster was appointed in 1861 and the first stamps were issued on 19 June 1878. Over the next years, new Falklands stamps became more artistic.
Whaling was the initial attraction for nations and settlers, with cattle and sheep farms established later. Postal History Prior to 1852 the mail service depended on occasional calls by ships connecting to the Brazil packet via Montevideo. You'll be amazed at the wealth of data it provides. I can't find any that meet the criteria. Starting in the 1930s, the Falklands took part of the of the Empire; the of 1935, for in 1937, and so forth. There is probably not one single page which hasn't been changed compared to the fifth edition, and many pages have been completely re-written! A naval admistration was established in 1833. You don't have to show anything yourself! In addition there were 64.
Some interesting rates will be possible! A small amount of mail has survived and and these are illustrated in the book. Register a Free 1 month Trial Account. The issue in question is perhaps the most complex of them all. You will also find general information about the Falkland Islands and the Dependencies, full listings of Postal Rates, Printing Dates and Numbers Printed of every stamp up to 1985, Numbers Destroyed, General Philatelic Information about Papers, Perforations and Watermarks of Falkland Islands stamps. Later issues have been updated and re-priced for this edition.
If you are intrigued by these far-flung islands, you might enjoy seeing what new stamps are being issued for the Falklands. In general, the early Falklands stamps are pricey and can be hard to find. I invite you to direct visit. Rest assured the same care that was taken for the annodated list is also strived for with the simple list. Furthermore, it's not one of the several recognized prominent errors, but a more obscure one. My E-mail address is Postal address : Stefan Heijtz, Box 19541, S-104 32 Stockholm, Sweden.
And I would appreciate any suggestions for making this effort better. Mercopress: South Atlantic News Agency. From 1900 till 1914 there was a regular monthly service by the Pacific Steam Navigation Co which operated between Liverpool and Valparaiso. He, too, is portrayed on elegantly designed stamps with his profile beautifully framed Scott 22-29, issued 1904-07. Maybe Scott lists some, but I don't have that catalogue? After the dinner we all walked back to the hotels in the bright Nordic night. Additional values of this design appeared from time to time until 1902. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The Falkland Islands were thought to have been first sighted in 1592 by Captain John Davis.
Of the 14 stamps of the issue, six were re-issued between 1955 and 1957 with a portrait of. Deep Blue also separates out the two issues. A general series followed in 1946. But this stamp's watermark is upright. In 1933 a bi-colored commemorative series celebrating the centenary of the British colony was issued. As loading an illustration of every lot would involve much effort for volunteers, we have illustrated all items with an estimate of £75 or more, or the top 10 items dependent on estimates.
In 1880, carriage of mail was made mandatory for any ship calling at , and regular service was contracted to the German , which operated on a route from to ,. The Falkland Islands Dependencies issues consist of 49 stamps between 1944-1949. On this website I present a small part of the stock. In 1900, the got the contract, which operated until 1914, when the opening of the made roundings unnecessary, and regular mail service to the Falklands was not resumed until 1927. The Multiple Crown and C A wmk wmk 3 is found on the 1912-14 issue, while the Multiple Crown and Script C A wmk wmk 4 is on the 1912-14 issue. South Georgia, a dependency of the Falkland Islands, is some 800 miles to the south-east and was probably discovered by the London merchant, de la Roche in 1657.