ALBUM – Mozambique Company (1891 – 1949)

These are “virtual album pages” from the Dead Country collection of W. Michael Adkins. If interested in how they were made, go to the About This Site page. To link directly to the pdf file, click here.

Unless otherwise noted, numbers are from the Scott Catalogue.

6 Responses to ALBUM – Mozambique Company (1891 – 1949)

  1. VICTOR PIQUES says:

    Dear Sir,
    The first page, the stamps are the King D. Luís I, that rules 11 de november of 1861, until 19 de october of 1889.
    Great site and Nice stamps.

    • Michael says:

      Hi Victor
      Welcome to DCStamps and thanks for the kind words. I made the correction to my album, nice catch.

  2. Tako Witlox says:

    Great site Michael, I love the combination of learning about nations histories and the collecting of their stamps. I am collecting dead countries as well, focussing mainly on Colonial Africa. I thought I had quite a Mozambique Company collection, but compared to yours it looks a bit lame. I hope to keep expanding my collection, do you have any duplicates to exchange?

    The Hague

    • Michael says:

      Thanks Tako

      It is great to hear from another Dead Country Collector. If you haven’t checked it out, make sure you take a look at the Transition Charts for the the various African regions (Mozambique, British Nigeria, South Africa and Rhodesia/Nyasaland Area). They are quite helpful to understand how the various dead countries relate to one another.

      Also, I have lots of stamps for trade. We can discuss over email what you might be interested in trading.

      I wish you lots of success in your collecting.

      • Tako Witlox says:

        Would be great to trade some if possible, I can send you pictures of the dead country stamps I have for trade, I just cannot find any emailaddress on your website 🙂


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