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Promoted item:Iceland Lot of 100 Stamps on Paper Kiloware

Iceland Lot of 100 Stamps on Paper Kiloware

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About Iceland Stamp

The country of Iceland started its postal service on May 13, 1776, around the same time that the United States declared its independence from Britain. Soon, the island nation produced its very first postal stamp issuances, which were released in January of 1873. These stamps contained Danish numerals and an inscription of the work ''Island.'' Prices were around 10 skillings, and very few of these original pieces remain intact today.In August of 1882, thanks to the reformation of the Icelandic postal system, the government issued a new stamp. This design wasn't all too different from the 1873 version. However, it included more perforations and a slightly different coloration. 1897 ''5-aurur'' stamps are highly prized by collectors. Sadly, many counterfeiters have successfully developed facsimiles of these stamps, so you should authenticate vis-a-vis chemical dating before paying a high price tag for one of these.In 1902, Iceland developed new stamps to honor King Christian IX. At the last minute, however, Iceland's Minister decided to reformulate the stamp's design. Most of these stamps were printed over or reissued. A few escaped and got into circulation. These are worth a lot of money to Icelandic stamp collectors. You can find many interesting variations of the King Christian IX stamp.In 1911, Iceland developed a commemorative set of stamps. These depicted a famous Icelandic historical figure named Jon Sigurosson. In 1912, the country created another series of commemorative stamps to honor its fallen King Frederick VIII. Partially to honor this national hero and partially because of a lack of funds, Iceland didn't put out new stamps again until the year 1915.