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Cyprus
Wednesday, 31 December 1969 (/1880)
Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria CYPRUS Overprint Series

The first Cyprus Stamps were produced in 1880 by overprinting the word "CYPRUS" over existing stamps of Great Britain.

RedRedClaretSage GreenGreyGreen

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1881)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria CYPRUS Overprint - Half-Penny Surcharge

The 1/2d CYPRUS overprint stamp went out of stock, so it was decided to overprint 1d stamps with the word "HALF-PENNY". This took place on several occasions, each time using a different surcharge plate, thus distinguishing 3 different overprint types.

Red

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1881)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria CYPRUS Overprint - Typographed Half-Penny Surcharge

Red

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1881)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria CYPRUS Overprint - 30 Paras Surcharge

Red

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1881)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria CYPRUS Overprint - Small Half-Penny Surcharge

Red

Cyprus
Wednesday, 31 December 1969 (/1881)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria First Definitive Series

Emerald GreenCarmineUltramarineOlive GreenOlive Grey

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1882)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria Second Definitive Series

The difference between the common stamps of the First and Second Queen Victoria Definitives is the watermarked used on the paper. The stamp design, referred to as "Die I" is the same.

Emerald GreenDull GreenMauveCarmineUltramarineOlive GreenOlive GreyOrange Brown

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1882)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria First and Second Definitive Overprint

Emerald GreenRoseEmerald Green

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1886)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria First and Second Definitive Overprint

Emerald GreenEmerald Green

Cyprus
December 1969 (/1886)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria First and Second Definitive Overprint

Emerald GreenEmerald Green

Cyprus
1892 (1/1892)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria Third Definitive Series

This issue is known as the Die II issue. The differences with the Die I are subtle but well known, such as the length of lines on the neck and the hair of the queen.

Dull GreenMauveCarmineUltramarineOlive Green

Cyprus
December 1969 (1/1893)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria Third Definitive Series

Orange Brown

Cyprus
December 1969 (1/1894)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria Third Definitive Series

Olive Grey

Cyprus
Wednesday, 31 December 1969 (1/1894)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria Fourth Definitive Series

This issue is part of what has been known as the two-color issue of Queen Victoria, since this is the first bi-color issue of Cyprus. New values, not previously available, those of 9, 18 and 45 Piastres were issued initially followed by the other values in 1896.

Brown and CarmineGrey Blue and BrownGrey Purple and Blue

Cyprus
1896 (1/1896)

Definitive Issue: Queen Victoria Fourth Definitive Series

Green and CarmineBright Mauve and GreenCarmine and BlueBlue and PurpleSage Green and PurpleSepia and GreenOrange Brown and Black

Cyprus
1902 (1/1902)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII First Definitive Series

This issue is part of what has been known as the 1902-1904 King Edward VII issue. It consists of a total of 10 stamps issued between 1902 and 1904. The watermark used is known as "Crown CA".

Green and Carmine

Cyprus
1903 (1/1903)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII First Definitive Series

This issue is part of what has been known as the 1902-1904 King Edward VII issue. It consists of a total of 10 stamps issued between 1902 and 1904. The watermark used is known as "Crown CA".

Violet and GreenCarmine and BlueBlue and PurpleOlive, Green and PurpleSepia and GreenChestnut Brown and BlackDull Purple and Ultramarine

Cyprus
1904 (1/1904)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII First Definitive Series

This issue is part of what has been known as the 1902-1904 King Edward VII issue. It consists of a total of 10 stamps issued between 1902 and 1904. The watermark used is known as "Crown CA".

Brown and CarmineBlack and Brown

Cyprus
1904 (2/1904)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII Second Definitive Series

This issue is known as the 1904-1910 King Edward VII issue. It consists of the same 10 designs of the 1902-1904 definitive, with the addition of two new values. The difference with the 1902-1904 design is the watermark used, which is known as the "Multiple Crown CA".

Orange and GreenGreen and CarminePurple and GreenCarmine and BlueBlue and PurpleSepia and GreenBrown and CarmineBlack and BrownDull Purple and Ultramarine

Cyprus
1905 (1/1905)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII Second Definitive Series

This issue is known as the 1904-1910 King Edward VII issue. It consists of the same 10 designs of the 1902-1904 definitive, with the addition of two new values. The difference with the 1902-1904 design is the watermark used, which is known as the "Multiple Crown CA".

Olive, Green and Purple

Cyprus
1906 (1/1906)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII Second Definitive Series

This issue is known as the 1904-1910 King Edward VII issue. It consists of the same 10 designs of the 1902-1904 definitive, with the addition of two new values. The difference with the 1902-1904 design is the watermark used, which is known as the "Multiple Crown CA".

Chestnut Brown and Black

Cyprus
1908 (1/1908)

Definitive Issue: King Edward VII Second Definitive Series

This issue is known as the 1904-1910 King Edward VII issue. It consists of the same 10 designs of the 1902-1904 definitive, with the addition of two new values. The difference with the 1902-1904 design is the watermark used, which is known as the "Multiple Crown CA".

Bistre and Black

Cyprus
1912 (1/1912)

Definitive Issue: King George V First Definitive

Orange and GreenGreen and CarmineRose, Red and BlueSepia and Green

Cyprus
1913 (1/1913)

Definitive Issue: King George V First Definitive

Violet and GreenBlue and PurpleOlive, Green and PurpleBrown, Orange, and Black

Cyprus
1915 (1/1915)

Definitive Issue: King George V First Definitive

Carmine and BlueBrown and CarmineBlack and BrownDull Purple and Ultramarine

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