1st January 1889
|1889 Sc4 SG4||1890 Sc5 SG5||1890 Sc6 SG6|
perf 14, Crown CA wmk, typo
Printed by De La Rue, London.
|Straits Settlement o/p 16x2¾mm|
|2 cents rose||Sc41 SG63||1||1|
|8c orange||Sc49 SG52||2||2|
|10c slate||Sc51 SG53||3||3|
|2c rose||Sc41 SG63||4||4|
|2c rose (1890)||Sc41 SG63||5||5|
|2c rose (1890)||Sc41 SG63||6||6|
Care must be taken in identifying the #1 as Sc1 and Sc4-6 (SG1, SG4-6) are Straits Settlements overprints of the same stamp with font variations.
|1942 Sc-N1||1965 Sc83 SG87|
On the east coast of the Malay peninsular, Gibbons  notes that "the first British Resident was appointed in 1888". Pahang joined the Federated Malay States in 1896 and Malaysia in 1963.
Overprints were issued for the Japanese Occupation during WW2.