Grenada Stamps - As with many other British colonies, from 1858 Grenada initially used stamps of Britain which were cancelled ‘A15’ at St George’s. From 1861 the Grenada Post Office assumed control and subsequently, the first stamps, a 1d and 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 Granada has become one of the world’s most prolific producers.
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