Philippines - Stamps and Postal History

Japanese Occupation of the Philippines

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Japanese Occupation

of the Philippines

 

Introduction

 

Stamps & FDCs

Postal Stationery

Souvenir Covers

 

Japanese Money

 

Articles of Interest

 

 

POSTAL ENVELOPES

1943, April 1.  Postal envelopes of 1935, (Commonwealth period).  Overprinted and surcharged.  Bureau of Printing, Manila (overprint)

5c on 2c Juan dela Cruz, carmine on white (50,000)

5c on 2c Juan dela Cruz, carmine on white, with Return Address Corner Card  (50,000)

FDC - Manila with censor mark

FDC - Baguio City with censor mark

FDC - Cebu City with censor mark

FDC - Davao City with censor mark

FDC - Legaspi City with censor mark

 

FDC - Manila with 2c and 5c stamps, with censor mark

 


1944. February 17.  Postal envelopes of 1943 overprinted in black  with "Republika Ng Pilipinas".  Bureau of Printing, Manila (overprint)

5c on 2c Juan dela Cruz, carmine on white  (50,000)

  • inverted surcharged

  • double surcharge

  • with both "5" omitted

FDC - Manila


1944. June 12.  Postal envelopes of 1943 overprinted in black  with "Republika Ng Pilipinas".  Bureau of Printing, Manila (overprint)

5c on 2c Juan dela Cruz, carmine, with Return Address Corner Card  (20,000)

FDC - Manila

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