Indian Feudatory States Orchha 1939-42 set on 10 to 8a, (missing the 1¼a, SG35), in blocks of 4 (four being marginal examples), SG31/41.
A fine and fresh unmounted mint set with full original gum. Odd trivial wrinkles but most attractive and choice quality.
These stamps are scarce in blocks preserved in such fine condition.
Orchha was a Princely State within the Bundelkhand Agency, a part of the Central Indian Agency. It is presently in the State of Madhya Pradesh. This stamp issue features Maharaja Vir Singh II who ruled from 4 March 1930 until he acceded on 1 January 1950 when he merged his state with the Union of India.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £362+.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.