• FIJI 1938-55 set, SG 249/266b, mint, the first printings with usual toned gum. (22 stamps)


  • FIJI 1940 Postage Due set, SG D11/18, fine mint. (8 stamps)


  • FIJI 1911 5s green and red on yellow, SG 123, on a neat envelope registered from Suva 9th May 1912 to Germany, within the correct period before the King George issue.


  • FIJI 1903 BLOCK OF FOUR. 1d dull purple & black/red, CA Wmk, SG 105, very fine / never hinged mint (4 stamps)


  • FIJI 1876-77 1d blue (Laid paper) “VOID CORNER” variety, SG 31b, used


  • FIJI 1928 (23 Jan) scarce commercial cover, registered from BA to Suva, bearing ½d pair and 4d tied by cds’s, manuscript registration label, arrival mark on reverse.


  • FIJI 1900 (May) envelope to Sydney, bearing 1d pair tied NAUSORI P.O. cds with another strike alongside, transit and arrival marks on reverse, some toning still a scarce early usage from this office.


  • FIJI 1902 (October) envelope to USA bearing ½d strip of three and 1d tied by G.P.O. Suva cds’s, Victoria B.C. and arrival marks on reverse.


  • FIJI 1898 (March) long OHMS envelope (slightly trimmed at left), registered to USA, bearing ½d strip of three, 1d, 2d and 2½d tied by G.P.O. Suva cds’s, with a further ½d pair on the reverse. Victoria British Columbia arrival and other marks on reverse.


  • FIJI 1898 (Nov) a neat envelope to Scotland, bearing a single 1d rosy-mauve, SG 97, tied by “starburst” and G.P.O. Suva cds, arrival mark on reverse.


  • FIJI 1901 (14th January) neat envelope to Sydney, bearing a single 2d emerald green, perf. 11, SG 89a, tied by upright G.P.O. Suva cds, arrival marks on reverse.


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUE 1940 set, SG D11/18, fine c.t.o. with Suva or Tavua cds’s. (8 stamps)


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUE 1918 set, overprinted “SPECIMEN”, SG D6/10s, mint, the 3d with one short perf. (5 stamps)


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUE 1917-18 1d black, narrow setting, SG D5b, fine unused, without gum as issued.


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUE 1917-18 ½d black, narrow setting, SG D5a, with light “starburst” cancel. 


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUE 1917-18 ½d black, narrow setting, SG D5a, fine unused, without gum as issued.


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUE 1917 ½d, 1d, 2d and 3d black, SG D1/7, each with neat “starburst” cancel, fine and rare. (4 stamps)


  • FIJI 1915-19 1d bright scarlet War Tax,SG 139a,NHM gutter BLOCK of 12


  • FIJI 1938-55 2½d perf 13½ EXTRA ISLAND variety, SG 256ba,fine cds used


  • FIJI 1903 1s green & carmine DAMAGED FRAMA AND CROWN (SPAVEN FLAW) variety, SG 112a, fine mint, a few uneven perfs, very fresh & rare.


  • FIJI 1903 5s green and black, SG 113, very fine mint.


  • FIJI 1903 1s green and carmine, damaged frame and Crown, SG 112a, very fine mint. Unpriced in SG.


  • FIJI 1926 5s green and red/pale yellow, SG 241, fine mint.


  • FIJI 1938-55 2d brown & green SCRATCH THROUGH VALUE variety,SG253b,vfu


  • FIJI 1876-77 6d rose laid p TRIAL WITHOUT MONOGRAM,SG 33 (note),unused


  • FIJI 1891-98 ½d perf 10,SG 76,used BLOCK of 8 on piece,small faults(8)


  • FIJI 1980 6c Exhibition-Ship WMK TO RIGHT, SG 596w,NHM GUTTER PAIR (2)


  • FIJI POSTAGE DUES 1918 complete set, SG D6/10, fine used (5)


  • FIJI 1904-09 1d purple & black on red, SG 116, vfm, fresh


  • FIJI 1938 6d black Die I, SG 260, very fine mint.


  • FIJI 1938 ½d green, perf 14, SG 249a, horiz pair, never hinged mint(2)


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

Fiji Stamps – Fiji is a small island nation located in the South Pacific Ocean. It is known for its stunning beaches, lush rainforests, and vibrant culture. The country has a rich history and has been influenced by a variety of cultures over the years, including British, Indian, and Fijian. This diversity is reflected in the country’s stamps, which showcase a wide range of themes and designs. Fiji’s first stamp was issued in 1871 and featured the image of Queen Victoria.

Over the years, the country has issued stamps featuring various themes, including flora and fauna, historical figures, and cultural events. One of the most popular themes on Fiji stamps is the country’s natural beauty, with many stamps featuring images of the country’s beaches, coral reefs, and tropical forests.
In recent years, Fiji has also issued stamps that celebrate important events and anniversaries. For example, in 2013, the country issued a set of stamps to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Suva Municipal Market. The stamps featured images of the market and its vendors, showcasing the country’s rich cultural heritage.

Fiji stamps also feature a variety of animals, including the endangered Fijian crested iguana and the Fijian monkey-faced bat, which is found only in the country. The stamps are also used to promote tourism, with many stamps featuring images of popular tourist destinations such as the Mamanuca and Yasawa Islands.
Overall, Fiji stamps are a fascinating way to learn about the country’s history, culture, and natural beauty. They are highly sought after by stamp collectors and are a great way to add a unique piece of Fiji to your collection.

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