First Issues - T
 

 

Further details are available for the following countries - Tokelau

Country Scott
#
SG
#
Date Notes Value M/U
2001
 
Tajakistan

Formerly a constituent republic of the Soviet Union, Tajakistan became independent in 1991. (SG)

1 1 1992 50 kopeks multicoloured
Hunter (gold relief)
15p

15p

Tanzania

A republic within the British Commonwealth formerly known as Tanganyika and incorporating Zanzibar. (SG)

1 124 1964 20 cents green and blue

see note 1

10p

10p

Thailand 1 1 1883 1 solot blue

King Chulalongkom

5.25

5.25

Thurn & Taxis 1 1 1852 Northern District

silbergroschen
black on brown

130

32

  42 51 1852 Southern District

1 kreuzer black on green

85

150

Tibet 1 1 1912 trangka green 10

15

Timor

The eastern part of Timor in the Indonesian archipeligo. Administered as part of Macao until 1896 , then as a separate Portugese Overseas Province until 1975. Following a civil war and the intervention of Indonesian forces the territory was incorporated into Indonesia on 17th July 1976. (SG)

1 1 1885 1 reis black 70p

60p

Tobago 1 1 1879 1 d red 75

60

Tokelau Islands
 
1 1 1948 d brown and purple
Atafu village and map
15p

30p

Tonga 1 1 1886 1 d red

King George I

10

3.25

Trinidad & Tobego

Combined issues for Trinidad and Tobego, administratively one colony. Part of the British Caribbean Federation from 1958 until 31st Aug 1962 when it became independent within the British Commonwealth. (SG)

1 149 1913 d green 3

10p

Trista da Cunha

An island in the south Atlantic Ocean west of South Africa. Following a volcanic erruption the island was evacuated on 10th October 1961, but resettled in 1963. (SG)

1 1 1952 d violet

stamps of St. Helena overprinted

15p

1.25

Trucial States

Seven Arab Sheikdoms  on the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman in treaty relations with Great Britain. Stamps were issued at the British Postal Agency in Dubai from 1961 until it closed on 14th June 1963.
Individual issues were later made by Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Dubai, Fujeira, Ras al Khaima, Sharjah and Umm al Qiwain. (SG)

1 1 1961 5 naye paise green 60p

10p

Turks Islands

 

1 63 1867 1 d red 55

30

Tuvalu

Formerly know as the Ellice Islands and sharing a joint administration with the Gilbert group. On 1st January 1976 the two island groups separated and the Ellice Islands were renamed Tuvalu

1 14 1976 1 cent multicoloured
Cutting toddy

overprint of Gilbert and Ellice Islands

see note 2

30p

30p

Notes
1. Gibbons still lists this stamp under Tanganyika, beginning Tanzania in 1965 with SG128 (Sc#5), 5 cents blue and orange depicting the Hale hydroelectric plant.
2. For Tuvalu, Gibbons starts a few stamps back with SG1 of 1976, a 4 cent tamp inscribed Separation January 1st 1974. I do not have a Scott number for this.