16th June 1912
perf 14, multiple crown CA wmk, engraved.
|Description||Date †||Scott||SG ‡||Mi||Y&T|
|1 cent green and black||1||1|
|3c carmine and black||4||2|
|3c dark violet||1919||5||19|
|4c slate and carmine||6||3|
|5c orange brown and green||8||4|
|8c ultra and black||9||5|
|10c blue and sepia||10||6|
|20c yellow-green and black||11||7|
|21c red-violet and violet||1919||12||22|
|25c red-violet and black||1921||13||23|
|30c carmine and black||14||8|
|40c lilac and black||15||9|
|50c dull blue and brown||16||10|
|$1 scarlet and black, yellow||17||11|
|$2 dark brown and dark green||18||12|
|$3 dark blue and black, blue||19||13|
|$5 carmine and black||20||14|
† Date of issue, where later than 1912.
‡ There is no SG16-17.
Kedah is on the west coast of the Malay peninsular.
Federation of Malaya
|1942 Sc-N2 SG-J2||1950 Sc61 SG76||1965 Sc106 SG115|
Thailand transferred suzerainty over Kedah to GB in July 1909. Kedah and GB signed a Treaty of Friendship in November 1923.
Overprinted stamps were issued under Japanese occupation in 1942. The second stamp of the set is show, as an image of the first could not be found at the time this page was being built.
Kedah joined the Federation of Malaya in February 1948 and was incorporated into Malaysia in 1963. It had its own stamps within Malaysia from 1965 until 1986.