Jordan Stamps 1930 Locust Campaign OVPT

S.G # 183 – 194, Overprint, LH

$100.00

1 in stock

Description

Jordan Stamps 1930 Locust Campaign OVPT.

In the year 1930, the Jordanian Emir Abdullah stamps (1927) were overprinted with the Arabic phrase “Mmukafahat Aaljarad” which means “Locust control Campaign”. Hence, now known as Transjordan Jordan Stamps 1930 Locust Campaign OVPT. The set consists of 12 stamps.

Furthermore, the only semi-stamps issued during this era were these Jordanian Locust Campaign stamps, as millions of pink locusts originated in West Africa and were blown by the strong wind across the Sahara Desert through Libya and Egypt to the eastern Mediterranean.

Moreover, the Jordan Stamps 1930 Locust Campaign OVPT set holds Stanley Gibbons catalogue # 183 – 194.

Kawar Collectibles is offering a full set of 12 stamps, in lightly hinged / lightly mounted condition, of the Jordanian Stamps 1930 Locust Campaign OVPT on Emir Abdullah stamps of 1927.

In addition, the Jordan Stamps 1930 Locust Campaign OVPT showcase one design in different colours and 2 sizes. Moreover, the set of 12 stamps hold the values of 2,3,4,5,10,20,50,90,100 and 200 Milliemes.

Additional information

Catalogue Number

S.G # 183 – 194

Condition

Lightly Hinged / Lightly Mounted

Country

Jordan

Issue year

1930

Kind

Postage

Type of set

Single