• BRAZIL 1940s – 1980s loose stamps in glassines. (approx 1,100 stamps)


  • BRAZIL CONDOR Local private airmail company never hinged mint BLOCKS of 4, includes 1927 set to 2000r (Scott 1CL1/5) and 1930 200r on 3000r & 350r on 10000r surcharges (Scott 1CL11/12). Very fresh. (7 blocks = 28 stamps)


  • BRAZIL 1917 5000r red brown, Scott 198, fine mint.


  • BRAZIL 1936 300r Judicial Congress (Scott 426) NHM IMPERF PROOFS PAIR(2)


We sell Brazil stamps, collections, complete sets, errors and varieties

Brazil Stamps – The first Brazil stamps were issued on 1st August 1843 making Brazil the second country after Great Britain to issue stamps for an entire country. Like the GB stamps they do not bear the name of the country, what’s more, they have become known as the “Bull’s Eyes” due to their large size and apparent resemblance to the same. Stamp collectors recognise fine, intermediate and worn impressions of each of the 30r, 60r and 90r values.

Specialist stamp collectors recognise 3 further imperforate classic issues, the 1844–46 black ”Inclinados” issue with its distinctive scalloped corners, the 1850 black “Verticais” issue and the 1854–61 blue, red and yellow “Coloridos” issue, or more commonly known as the “Goat’s Eyes” and “Snake’s Eyes”!

The most prolific stamp-issuing country in South or Central America, Brazil is well-known for its beautiful 19th and early 20th Century issues, unusually Brazil didn’t issue many Air Post or other ‘back of the book’ stamps and issued her first commemorative set in 1900 for the 400th Anniversary of the Discovery of Brazil.

Rare Brazil Stamps

The rarest Brazil Stamp is in fact a pair of the 1843 30r and 60r “Bull’s Eyes” together and is a world-renowned rarity which at the time of writing is catalogued at $950,000. Another exceptional rarity would be the only known cover bearing all 3 values of the “Bull’s Eyes” issue and is the only first issue ‘set’ known for the Americas.

Brazil Stamps