Batum British Occupation 1920 (21 Feb) 25r on 5k brown-lilac, surcharge as type 6 in blue, BLOCK OF TEN (5x2) from upper right corner of a pane, SG29a.
A fine and fresh unmounted mint positional block with full original gum. The top left stamp has a short perforation, and unimportant creasing in the top margin, but quite remarkable quality for this issue.
A rare stamp as only 1,900 were originally issued with the blue surcharge and particularly rare as a multiple.
After the Treaty of Versailles, stamps of Batum were issued for the short period between 1918-20 under the occupation of the British. It then became an autonomous republic of the Georgian SSR in 1921.
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