Nauru stamps

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In 1798, the British occupied the Island and named it Pleasant Island. It was annexed by Germany in 1888, occupied by Australia in 1917, made a British mandate in 1919, occupied by the Japanese during World War II, made a UN trust territory in 1947, and achieved independence in 1968.

 

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Scott: #114-7O

Issued: 23.7.1974

Centenary, UPU

Inside #116: Stamp on Envelope

Scott: #117aO


Scott: #138-41P

Issued: 6.5.1976

60th Anniversary, Nauru Stamps

 Inside #138: Nauru #7O

 Inside #138: Nauru #11O

 Inside #139: Nauru #10O

 Inside #139: Nauru #12O

 Inside #140: Nauru #13O

 Inside #141: Nauru #14O


Scott: #195-97P

Issued: 27.2.1979

Death Centenary of Sir Rowland Hill

 Inside #195: Marshall Islands #15O

 Inside #196: Nauru #15O

 Inside #197: Nauru #160O

Scott: #197aO


Scott: #216aO

Issued: 6.5.1984

London 1980

 Inside #216a (In Margin): G.B. #1


Scott: #230aO

Issued: 22.5.1984

WIPA '81

 Inside #230a (In Margin): Austria #40P


Scott: #284O

Issued: 4.6.1984

19th UPU Congress

 Inside #284: Nauru #117O


Scott: #347-9O

Issued: 14.7.1984

80th Anniversary, Nauru Post Office

 Inside #347: Marshall Islands #25O

Nauru fdc 1988 detail

 Inside #348: Marshall Islands #24O (Thanks to Lou)

 Inside #349: Nauru #348O

Issued: 29.7.1988 (Thanks to Lou)


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