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Malaya - Japanese Occupation - Plowman 15¢
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GENERAL INFORMATION
State
Japanese Occupation
Country
Malaya
Type
Stamp (Single)
Class
Commemorative
Face Value
15 cent
Issued Date
15/02/1944
Printing Method
Lithography
Gum
Gum
Dimension
24 × 32 mm
Perforation Gauge
12.5
Perforation Type
Normal Perforations
IN COLLECTION CONDITION
Preliminary
Normal
Condition
Mint Never Hinged - Extra Fine
CATALOG INFORMATION
N43
Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalog
Malaya - Japanese Occupation - Plowman 15¢
Japanese Occupation of Malaya : Plowman 8¢

OS4 Plowman
1 Sept 1943
N34 15c Carmine red
Publicity for Postal Savings which had reached a $10,000,000 total in Malaya.

Condition of the stamp: Lightly-hinged.

Note: Japanese characters, postmark and better photo of the stamp will be updated soon.

Japanese Postal in Occupied Malaya

Initially, the Japanese continued the use of British colonial postage stamps and captured stamps were over-printed by the new masters for use.
 
As the stocks of captured stamps were used up, and Japan had its own plans for Malaya & Singapore, it became necessary to issue new stamps designed for use in Malaya & Singapore.
  
On 29 April 1943, the first Japanese designed postage stamps. It was designed specifically for use in Malaya & Singapore and were issued:
  • 4 cents - For postcard
  • 8 cents  - For letter
On 1 June 1943, the 2 cents to be used for printed papers postage stamp was issued. 
 
On 1 October 1943, seven denominations of postage stamps were issued:
  • 1 cent
  • 3 cents
  • 10 cents
  • 15 cents  - Registration Fee
  • 30 cents  - For parcels up to 3 pounds
  • 50 cents  - For parcels up to 7 pounds
  • 70 cents  - For parcels up to 11 pounds
On 1 September 1943, Savings Campaign postage stamps were issued:
  • 8 cents - For letter
  • 15 cents - Registration Fee
On 15 February 1944, the second anniversary of the capture of Singapore, two denominations of postage stamps were issued to commemorate the rebirth of Malaya as part of Greater Japan:
  • 8 cents - For letter
  • 15 cents - Registration Fee
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