15th June 1963
perf 12x11½ †, no wmk, lithographed.
Printed by N. C. R. Joseph Chalhoub.
|1 naye paise dull blue and carmine-rose||1||1|
|2np light blue and bister brown||2||2|
|3np green and sepia||3||3|
|4np pink and orange||4||4|
|5np violet and black||5||5|
|10np brown-orange and black||6||6|
|15np grey-olive and deep carmine||7||7|
|20np rose-red and orange-brown||8||8|
|25np apple-green and red-brown||9||9|
|30np grey and red||10||10|
|35np deep blue and lilac||11||11|
|50np orange and sepia||12||12|
|1 rupee salmon and greenish-blue||13||13|
|2r dull yellow and brown||14||14|
|3r rose-carmine and black||15||15|
|5r green and dull red-brown||16||16|
|10r rose-lake, greenish-blue and black||17||17||perf 12|
† Scott  notes that Sc13-17 are also available as perf 10½ and "values are much higher".
Previously using stamps of the British Postal Agencies in Eastern Arabia, in 1961 Dubai became one of the Trucial States (and the only state to use its stamps), issued its own stamps from 1963 until 1972, joined the United Arab Emirates in December 1971 and used UAE stamps from 1973.
See Trucial States for Tim Balm's summary of these issues.