GERMAN EAST AFRICA, Wituland/Swahililand Used Selection.
Fifteen stamps from 1889, incl. Michel Nos. 2 (2, one with minor stain), 3, 4 (3, one with light crease), 5, 10 (crease), Postage Due 2 (small faults), 10 (3, one with small faults), plus an additional three which we cannot identify as either 1 or 6 (gray green or gray), each tied to small piece by either Witu circular datestamp or rectangular "W", also accompanied by photocopy of a 1928 letter with pictures from South African dealer Tamsen, Fine-Very Fine, issued under German Protectorate but eventually ceded to British East Africa a year later, Michel value
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