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1951 issue of Cambodia

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  • Colnect-836-293-King-Norodom-Shianouk.jpg
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  • Colnect-836-296-Apsara-Dancer.jpg
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  • Colnect-836-299-King-Norodom-Shianouk.jpg
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Short desc: 1951

Issuer: Cambodia
Dates: 11/3/1951 - 11/2/1952

Consists of 17 stamps: (See stamps as list)

2/1/1952 10c blgrn d=dancer representing Apsaras
2/1/1952 20c d=dancer representing Apsaras
2/1/1952 30c d=dancer representing Apsaras
2/1/1952 40c ultra&bl d=dancer representing Apsaras
2/1/1952 50c dkgrn d=Enthronement Hall, Phnom Penh
11/2/1952 80c d=King Sihanouk
2/1/1952 1pi d=Enthronement Hall, Phnom Penh
11/2/1952 1.10pi d=King Sihanouk
1.50pi d=King Sihanouk
2/1/1952 1.50pi dkred&red d=dancer representing Apsaras
11/2/1952 1.50pi d=King Sihanouk
11/2/1952 1.90pi d=King Sihanouk
2/1/1952 2pi brnred&lk d=Enthronement Hall, Phnom Penh
11/2/1952 3pi d=King Sihanouk
2/1/1952 5pi blblk&vio d=dancer representing Apsaras
2/1/1952 10pi pur&dkbl d=Enthronement Hall, Phnom Penh
11/2/1952 15pi d=King Sihanouk

Issues with this name: Kathiri State of Seiyun, Quaiti State in Hadhramaut, Afghanistan, Australia (1950), Bahamas, Belgium, Cambodia, Dominica, France, Reunion, French Morocco, Great Britain, British forces in Tripolitania, British offices in Morocco, British currency, British offices in Morocco, Spanish currency, Grenada, Indonesia, Iran, Japan, Laos, Lebanon, Fezzan, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Kelantan, Perlis, Monaco, Montserrat, Peru, Romania, Sudan, Surinam, Sweden, Thailand, United Nations, Vietnam, Yemen

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