Gibraltar STAMPS FOR SALE

  • GIBRALTAR 1912-36 KGV MINT ONLY COLLECTION presented on a protective page, ALL DIFFERENT with some additional shades and control singles that includes 1912-24 MCA Wmk set to 8s with shade interest, 1921-27 Script Wmk set to 4s with some shade interest, 1925-32 new colour set to 10s, 1931-33 both perf “Rock” sets & 1935 Silver Jubilee set. An attractive collection in fine & fresh condition (50+ stamps)

    £350.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1886-1898 MINT ONLY COLLECTION presented on a protective page that includes an 1886 ½d green of Bermuda opt’d “Gibraltar”, 1886-87 CA Wmk set to 2½d shades, 1889 surcharged set to 50c on 6d bright purple & inc 25c on 2d “5 with short foot” variety, 1889 Spanish currency set of all values, 1898 Sterling currency set. Useful ranges (30+ stamps)

    £375.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1903-11 ALL DIFFERENT KEVII MINT ONLY COLLECTION presented on a stock card that includes the 1903 CA Wmk set of values to 1s, 1904-08 MCA Wmk range with most values to 1s, 1906-11 new colour MCA Wmk range with most values to 2s. An attractive selection in fine & fresh condition (18 stamps)

    £175.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1904-08 Wmk Multi Crown CA complete set, SG 56/64, very fine mint (9 stamps)

    £700.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1889-96 Spanish Currency set less 20c olive-green, SG 22/24 & 26/33, fine fresh mint. (11 stamps)

    £110.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1886-1898 MINT SELECTION An ALL DIFFERENT selection on a stock card, with 1886 ½d “Gibraltar” opt on GB, 1886-87 ½d & 2d, 1889 surcharge range to 50c on 6d, 1889-96 range with most values to 2p, 1898 Sterling Currency range with most values to 1s (22 stamps).

    £180.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2013 pictorial definitive set, SG 1516/29, NHM (14 stamps)

    £25.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1912-24 MCA set to 2s with shades of 1d, 2½d and 1s (x3), SG 76/82, fine mint. (12 stamps)

    £70.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1886-1935 IMPRESSIVE MINT COLLECTION An attractive mint collection presented on printed ” New Ideal” album pages that includes 1866 (Bermuda) opt’d ½d green & 1d rose, 1866-87 ½d & 2d, 1889 Spanish currency surcharged range to 50c on 6d lilac, 1889-96 Spanish currency complete set, 1898 Sterling currency complete set, KEVII 1903 CA Wmk set to 2½d 4s & 8s, 1904-08 MCA Wmk range with most values to 1s, 1906-11 new colour range to 4s, KGV 1912-24 MCA Wmk complete set, 1918 War Tax opt’d ½d, 1921-27 Script Wmk set to 4s, 1925-32 new colours set to £1, 1931-33 “Rock” set & 1935 Silver Jubilee set. Fine & fresh condition, a colourful collection. Highly recommended. (75+ stamps)

    £1,100.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1935 SILVER JUBILEE VARIETY 6d green & indigo corner block of 4 bearing the “EXTRA FLAGSTAFF” variety, SG 116/116a, fine mint (4 stamps)

    £225.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1889 VARIETY. 25c on 2½d bright blue “BROKEN N” variety, SG 18b, fine used

    £70.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1953-62 DEFINITIVE SETS. A stock card bearing the first two definitive complete sets, 1953-59 set (SG 145/58) & 1960-62 pictorial set (SG 160/73), both sets are very fine mint (28 stamps)

    £80.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1960-62 complete definitive set, SG 160/173, never hinged mint. (14 stamps)

    £50.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1925-32 £1 red-orange & black, SG 107, never hinged mint

    £200.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2012 Diamond Jubilee mini-sheet (SG MS1451) IMPERF PROOF on gummed paper, never hinged mint. Very rare, from the B.D.T Security Printers archive.

    £100.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2014 RAF Squadrons mini-sheet (SG MS1610) IMPERF PROOF on gummed paper, never hinged mint. Very rare, from the B.D.T Security Printers archive.

    £100.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2012 Charles Dickens Bicentenary mini-sheet (SG MS1469) IMPERF PROOF on gummed paper, never hinged mint. Very rare, from the B.D.T Security Printers archive.

    £100.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2011 Royal Wedding mini-sheet (SG MS1407) IMPERF PROOF on gummed paper, never hinged mint. Very rare, from the B.D.T Security Printers archive.

    £100.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1840 (1 July) entire letter addressed to Cadiz, bearing large “9q” rate handstamp in red, usual horizontal filing bend.

    £40.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2014 50p Centenary of WWI ‘Leaving Family’ (SG 1567) superb never hinged mint IMPERF PROOF SHEETLET of 8 stamps and one label. Very rare, ex the BDT International Security Printers archive.

    £100.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1916 cover from Cadiz with “GIBRALTAR” arc mark & “Gibraltar” cds

    £25.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1903 2s green & blue, CA Wmk, SG 52, very fine mint

    £130.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1982 Aircraft complete set, SG 460/74, NHM (15)

    £21.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1967-69 Ships complete set, SG 200/13, NHM (15)

    £22.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1889 75c on 1s bistre, SG 21, with lower plate number in margin, fine used, unusual !

    £55.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1889 25c on 2½d bright blue with SMALL “I” variety, SG 18ab, superb mint, very fresh & scarce.

    £180.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1982 Aircraft complete set, SG 460/74, NHM, fresh (15)

    £22.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1982 Aircraft complete set, SG 460/74, NHM, fresh (15).

    £22.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1977-87 6p definitive with “INVERTED” watermark SG 381w (CW 122a), never hinged mint Bird (Black Kite) stamp.

    £140.00

  • GIBRALTAR 2005 Battle of Trafalgar set, SG 1120/23, NHM SHEETLETS of 6 (4)

    £35.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1903 4s dull purple & green, SG 53, fine mint, fresh

    £90.00

  • GIBRALTAR 1898 1s bistre and carmine, SG 45, fine mint

    £25.00

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

Gibraltar Stamps – In the early years of the 19th century the Post Office was a branch of the GPO in London and continued to use hand-struck markings even after postage stamps were issued in Britain in 1840. In 1857 British stamps were placed on sale in Gibraltar and the numeral ‘A26’ was allocated for the cancellation of those adhesives as well as the letter ‘G’ in an oval of bars. Such stamps are eagerly sought by collectors.

The first ones were issued on 1 January, as there was insufficient time to introduce a new issue before that date, stamps of Bermuda were overprinted “GIBRALTAR”. These overprinted stamps were in different colours to those issued in Bermuda and were replaced by Gibraltar’s own adhesives in December 1886.

There are many rare and valuable stamps in Gibraltar philately, perhaps the most popular is the unusually tall, high-value definitive of the KEVII and KGV reigns, the key stamps being the 1925 £5 violet and black. The Broken “R” varieties of the 1938-51 Pictorial 1s, 2s, 5s & 10s values are valuable and highly sought-after by Gibraltar and KGVI collectors, the 1967 2d HMS “Carmania” with missing grey-blue (hull) is also a significant rarity amongst collectors of Gibraltar and of Ship on stamps. With its rich, historic ties to Great Britain and to the politics of Europe, this is one of the Commonwealth’s most popular stamp and postal history collecting areas.

Gibraltar Stamps