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Stamps (8)

All collections (1)

Images (14)
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Things

Name: Saseno
What: occupation
Occupier: Italy

Sazan Island, Saseno in Italian, is a small island off the coast of Albania, at the entrance to the Bay of Vlorë. It was occupied by Italy in 1914, then ceded to Italy in 1920 and administered as an integral part of the country until 1947, when it was ceded to Albania.

Italian stamps overprinted "SASENO" were issued in 1923.

Areas: Italy, Mediterranean

Stamps issued only during 1923

Numbers issued (approximate):
to 1940: 8



Watermarks used: crown; some types unwatermarked

Currencies used: 100c=1l (Italian lira)



Links:

Wikipedia
WP philately
Colnect Possessions - Saseno
WSA Saseno

Catalogs:
Unificato
Yvert et Tellier

Cross-references
Image cross-references
Data missing
Stamp problems

Related albums
ARC - Italian Possessions
WSA Saseno Postage


Chart of stamps issued by year (blue), plus estimate of types still unrecorded (dotted red lines):
8
1923


Chart of stamps (blue) with illustrations (green):
8
1923