Spanish Sahara stamps

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North West Africa 1919

http://www.sandafayre.com/atlas/spansa.htm

Known as Rio de Oro before 1924, the Spanish Sahara was a province of Spain until 31 December 1975.

When Spanish troops were withdrawn on 26 February 1976, the country was divided between Morocco and Mauritania; the border was agreed on 14 April 1976. Morocco had made her claim by the peaceful 'Green March' in November 1975. A so-called 'Saharan Arab People's Republic' was declared in opposition by Algerian-backed Rio de Oro guerrillas. Existing postal arrangements are not known.

http://www.sandafayre.com/atlas/spansa.htm


Scott: #B55-7O

Issued: 23.11.1959

Stamp Day

Inside #B55-6: Stamp on Envelope

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Scott: #185-7O

(Thanks to Attilio for the scan)

Issued: 23.11.1968

Stamp Day

 Inside #185: Spain #1P

  Inside #186: Ifni #60O or #B16O

  Inside #186: Spain #953O or #958O

  Inside #186: Spain #1015O or 1019O

 Inside #186: Spain #1284O

 Inside #186: Spain #C163O

Inside #187: Stamp on Envelope


Scott: #235P

Issued: 4.4.1975

Espana '75

 Inside #235: Spain #1084P


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