As with many other British colonies, from 1858 Grenada initially used stamps of Great Britain which were cancelled ‘A15’ at St George’s. From 1861 the Grenada Post Office assumed control and the first stamps, a 1d and a 6d featuring the ‘Chalon’ portrait, were introduced. From 1875 further values were introduced by surcharging an undenominated stamp, again with the ‘Chalon’ portrait. To date Grenada has become one of the world’s most prolific producers of postage stamps.
We offer Grenada stamps and Grenada stamp collections, complete sets, errors and varieties, proofs, essays, postal history and covers including first day covers for this area. Philatelists should regularly visit this page as our auction lots constantly change so whether you are searching for rare stamps from Grenada, classic stamps, postmarks and cancellations, specialised collections, estate boxes and anything related to Grenada stamp collecting and filling your stamp albums – just keep your eye on us!
Sandafayre are highly respected as the leading expert and the global authority in the field of rare stamps, highly collectable stamps, postal history, collections and entire estates of collectables. We have stamps for sale from Great Britain, The Commonwealth and countries worldwide. Sandafayre buys stamp collections and are philatelic auctioneers. We sell stamps to philatelists and stamp dealers from all over the world. Sandafayre holds online stamp auctions every week, and we also hold public auctions of stamps and stamp collections.