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1914 issue of Turkey

  • Colnect-1413-435-Obelisk-of-Theodosius.jpg
  • Colnect-1413-437-Column-of-Constantine.jpg
  • Colnect-417-509-Leander-s-Tower-Kiz-Kulesi.jpg
  • Colnect-417-510-One-of-the-Seven-Towers.jpg
  • Colnect-417-511-Lighthouse-Garden-Stamboul.jpg
  • Colnect-417-512-Rumeli-Hisar-Castles-of-Europe.jpg
  • Colnect-417-513-Sultanahmet-mosque.jpg
  • Colnect-417-514-Martyrs-of-Liberty-Monument.jpg
  • Colnect-417-515-Fountains-of-Suleiman.jpg
  • Turkey_263.jpg
  • Colnect-417-517-Bosphorus-at-Kandilli.jpg
  • Colnect-2422-553-Former-Ministry-of-War.jpg
  • Colnect-1355-935-Unnamed.jpg
  • Colnect-1431-386-S%C3%BCleymaniye-mosque.jpg
  • Colnect-1431-387-Bosphorus-and-Rumeli-Hisar.jpg
  • Colnect-417-518-Sultanahmet-fountain.jpg
  • Colnect-1431-390-Sultan-Mehmed-V.jpg
Short desc: 1914

Issuer: Turkey
Dates: 1/14/1914 - 1/28/1914

Consists of 17 stamps: (See stamps as list)

2pa redlil d=Obelisk of Theodosius
4pa dkbrn d=Column of Constantine
5pa viobrn d=Leanders Tower
6pa dkbl d=Castle of Seven Towers
1/28/1914 10pa grn d=Garden Lighthouse
20pa red d=Castle of Europe
1pi bl d=Mosque of Sultan Ahmed
1 1/2pi red&blk d=martyrs monument
1 3/4pi sl&redbrn d=Fountains of Suleiman
2pi grn&blk d=Light Cruiser Hamidiye
2 1/2pi ver&grn d=Bosphorus at Kandilli
5pi d=Beyazit Square former Ministry of War
10pi d=Kagithane
25pi d=Mosque of Suleiman (1914)
50pi d=Bosphorus & Rumeli-Hisar
100pi d=Sultanahmet fountain
1/28/1914 200pi grn&blk d=Sultan Mehmed V

Used by 11 stampdescs as issue:
issuer=Turkey-issue=1914-1 3/4pi
issuer=Turkey-issue=1914-1 1/2pi-red&blk

Issues with this name: Australia, Bechuanaland Protectorate, German occupation of Belgium, Cuba, Egypt, Greek occupation of Epirus, French India, French Morocco, Bavaria, British offices in Morocco, British currency, British offices in Morocco, Spanish currency, Haiti, Hungary, Orchha, Japan, Japanese offices in China, Lourenco Marques, Luxembourg, Malta, Nigeria, Penrhyn, Philippines, Rio de Oro, Senegal, Solomon Islands, Spanish Guinea, Switzerland, Turkey, Upper Senegal & Niger, Zanzibar

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