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1957 issue of Turks & Caicos Islands

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Short desc: 1957

Issuer: Turks & Caicos Islands
Date: 11/25/1957

Consists of 15 stamps: (See stamps as list)

1p red&viobl d=Queen Elizabeth II (1957 Turks & Caicos Islands)
1 1/2p org&sl d=bonefish & Queen Elizabeth II
2p ol&redbrn d=red grouper & Queen Elizabeth II
2 1/2d blgrn&car d=spiny lobster & Queen Elizabeth II
3d pur&bl d=albacore & Queen Elizabeth II
4d blk&pnk d=Muttonfish Snapper & Queen Elizabeth II
5d brn&blgrn d=permit & Queen Elizabeth II
6p bl&car d=Conch & Queen Elizabeth II
8d blk&redorg d=flamingos & Queen Elizabeth II
1sh grayblk&bl d=Spanish mackerel & Queen Elizabeth II
1sh6p viobl&brn d=Salt Cay & Queen Elizabeth II
2sh brn&viobl d=Caicos Sloop & Queen Elizabeth II
5sh cer&blk d=cable office & Queen Elizabeth II perf=13.5x13
10sh pur&blk d=badge of islands & Queen Elizabeth II perf=14
1lb dkred&dkbrn d=pelican & Queen Elizabeth II perf=14x14.5

All are wmk=mult crown & script CA

Issues with this name: Afghanistan, Bahrain, China, ROC, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Galapagos Islands, German Democratic Republic, Guatemala, India, Riau, Iran, Japan, Kuwait, Malaya, Federation, Selangor, New Hebrides (Br), New Hebrides (Fr), Ross Dependency, Oman, Sweden, Turkey, Turks & Caicos Islands, South Vietnam, Zanzibar