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History of Batum Stamps

Batum stamps – Batum, a port in Georgia on the Black Sea, was occupied by the British from 1919 to 1920. Overprinted, and surcharged, stamps of Russia were used during the period of occupation. We sell Batum stamps and stamp collections, complete sets, errors and varieties. Also proofs, essays, postal history and covers including first day covers. Philatelists should regularly visit this page as our auction lots constantly change, so whether you are searching for rare or classic stamps, postmarks and cancellations, specialised collections, estate boxes and filling your stamp albums – just keep your eye on us!

Batum Stamps

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  • Lot 5419 (Sandafayre #5334)

    Tuesday 7th June 2022, 16:30

    Est. £70 - £80

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    BATUM - 1919-1920 FINE MINT ASSEMBLY on a stock page, includes 1919 Aloe Tree and 1919 & 1920 overprints, plus as few used examples. Unchecked. (56 stamps)
  • Lot 5420 (Sandafayre #5334)

    Tuesday 7th June 2022, 16:30

    Est. £400 - £450

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    BATUM - 1920 50r on 4k red perforated, SG 25, lightly hinged mint.

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