Morocco Agencies Tangier 1935 Silver Jubilee ½d green and 1d scarlet, matching lower left corner blocks of 6 (2x3) with 'W35' control and '47.' (½d) or '22.' (1d) cylinder numbers, SG238/9.
Brilliant unmounted mint positional blocks with full original gum (hinged in margins only).
Scarce positional multiples.
Stanley Gibbons catalogue value: £166.50++.
By an agreement between Great Britain, France and Spain, Tangier was declared an international zone in 1924. Initially, stamps were overprinted 'Morocco Agencies' or surcharged in Spanish currency. The Tangier International Zone received its own overprints beginning in 1927. As British currency was in use in that office, the overprint simply reads "TANGIER". This continued through until 1956.
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