Pakistan Bahawalpur 1949 Anniversary of Universal Postal Union set of 4 to 2½a in MATCHING IMPERFORATE UPPER HALF-SHEETS of 25, SG43/6var.
A very fine unmounted mint set of stamp sheets with full original gum. Most attractive and rare to see sheets of this nature in such pristine condition.
The stamp issue features the Universal Postal Union monument in Bern, Switzerland.
The Stanley Gibbons catalogue value is £528+ as twelve sets of pairs.
Bahawalpur, a former feudatory state situated to the west of the Punjab, was briefly independent following the partition of India on 15 August 1947. It then acceded to Pakistan on 3 October of the same year.
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