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Postage stamps, booklets, flight, censored and maritime mail and philatelic covers of Grenada for sale.

Collecting Grenada stamps seems to have become more popular in the last few years.  When I started the business back in 1982 I found it very hard to sell and was told the island had been out of favour ever since producing the surcharge stamp issues of the 1880s which were seen by Victorian philatelists as unnecessary.  Many of the classic stamps still have very low catalogue values.

Postal history collectors can find a reasonable quantity of pre stamp covers on the market and for postmark collectors there are the Parish letter cancels.

There is no up to date handbook on Grenada philately.  The classic stamp issues are covered in Sefis The postage stamps of Grenada and Charltons The postal history and stamps of Grenada is also useful.  Postal history collectors should see Dan Walkers Grenada postal history 1764-1913 work which is actually a photocopy of his written up collection.


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1902 Grenada Parish
1902 Grenada Parish
1902 Grenada Parish 'G' cancel on postcard to Trinidad

with a second strike at lower left. Fine and rare.
£750.00


1903 (3 Jun) Grenada cover to U.S.A.
1903 (3 Jun) Grenada cover to U.S.A.
1903 (3 Jun) Grenada cover to U.S.A.

with 3d franking on reverse. Underpaid and with 'T' mark applied in St Georges. U.S. 2c postage dues x 4 applied and US postage due h/s.
£34.00


1905 Grenada postal stationery EDVII 2d registered envelope used to U.S.A.
1905 Grenada postal stationery EDVII 2d registered envelope used to U.S.A.

'Colonial Postmaster Grenada B.W.I. h/s at left. Slightly cut down at left.
£20.00


1906 (21 Nov) cover from Grenada to U.S.A.
1906 (21 Nov) cover from Grenada to U.S.A.

with 1d franking tied by GRENVILLE cds's. Another 1d stamp has fallen off.
£3.00


1908 (6 May) cover from Grenada to U.S.A.
1908 (6 May) cover from Grenada to U.S.A.

with 2d franking tied by scarce ST DAVID'S cds's.
£40.00


1908 Grenada registered cover to U.S.A. with 6d franking.
1908 Grenada registered cover to U.S.A. with 6d franking.
1908 Grenada registered cover to U.S.A. with 6d franking.

Some toning to cover and perfs of stamps.
Scarce to find the complete 1906 Badge of Colony set on cover.
£30.00


1909 (13 July) Grenada postal stationery 1d postal card
1909 (13 July) Grenada postal stationery 1d postal card

to London with scarce VICTORIA cds. Small tear at base.
£16.00


1912 Carriacou Grenada cds on postcard from England
1912 Carriacou Grenada cds on postcard from England

addressed to Hillsborough, Carriacou. Fine.
£24.00


1913 cover from Grenada to U.S.A.
1913 cover from Grenada to U.S.A.

with 2d franking tied by 'N.Y.P.O. HUD TERM. STA. PAQUEBOT' cds.
£12.00


1913-22 Grenada Mult CA
1913-22 Grenada Mult CA

duplicated vals to 2d (SG89-95) good to fine used. (48)
£6.00


1915 GRENADA OFFICIAL PAID 12 NO 15 cds
1915 GRENADA OFFICIAL PAID 12 NO 15 cds

on O.H.M.S. cover to England. Fine.
£30.00


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