Morocco Agencies 1905-06 10c dull purple/red, watermark MCA, ordinary paper, SG25b.
A fine and fresh mint lower left corner plate '1' block of 12 (3x4) with original gum, R7/3 showing 'Broad top to M'. Two of the normal stamps show slight rubbing but remains a very attractive block and most of the stamps are unmounted mint.
Following a decision to identify the exact revenue derived from the Morocco postal service, separate stamps were needed for the Morocco Agencies. This requirement further became necessary because of a Revision of Fees Ordinance in Gibraltar, which required all fees to be collected in Sterling, while the Morocco Agencies continued to use Spanish currency. This led to the introduction of Gibraltar stamps with 'Morocco Agencies' overprints.
Very scarce in this proving positional form.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £364+.
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