#MP1074 – Turks and Caicos Islands, 100v

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Explore the History and Culture of Turks and Caicos Islands with 100-Stamp Collection

It's fun to discover stamps from other countries, and this is a good opportunity to take a look at postage stamps issued by Turks and Caicos Islands.  Stamps may vary, but that's half the fun!  What will you see in your collection?  Order today to find out. More About Turks and Caicos Islands... Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory in the Lucayan Archipelago (island chain) of the Atlantic Ocean and northern West Indies.  The Turks and Caicos Islands are to the southeast of Mayaguana of the Bahamas island chain, northeast of Cuba, and north of Hispaniola. The first postage stamp issued by the Turks Islands was issued April 4, 1867 and was the one penny red.  Several decades later, the first stamp of Turks and Caicos Islands was issued on November 10, 1900.  The islands became a Crown Colony in 1962, with the first stamps of the new designation issued June 4, 1962.
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Explore the History and Culture of Turks and Caicos Islands with 100-Stamp Collection

It's fun to discover stamps from other countries, and this is a good opportunity to take a look at postage stamps issued by Turks and Caicos Islands.  Stamps may vary, but that's half the fun!  What will you see in your collection?  Order today to find out.

More About Turks and Caicos Islands...

Turks and Caicos Islands are a British Overseas Territory in the Lucayan Archipelago (island chain) of the Atlantic Ocean and northern West Indies.  The Turks and Caicos Islands are to the southeast of Mayaguana of the Bahamas island chain, northeast of Cuba, and north of Hispaniola.

The first postage stamp issued by the Turks Islands was issued April 4, 1867 and was the one penny red.  Several decades later, the first stamp of Turks and Caicos Islands was issued on November 10, 1900.  The islands became a Crown Colony in 1962, with the first stamps of the new designation issued June 4, 1962.