The first stamps were issued 1873. Until second world war the stamps from Iceland
had much in common with stamps from Denmark - watermark, perforation etc. Iceland
became an independent Republic in 1944.
The stamps are numbered from 1873- 1918 with cl (classic) from 1920- 1931 with lp
(letter press) and from 1931 - 1943 with se (steel engraving). From 1944 all stamps
are numbered with the year as the first two figures.
Prices are given for mint, unused and used stamps.
(** = mint, * = unused, o = used).
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pages of Iceland are still going on.