1st January 1881
Printed by De La Rue
|Handstamp logo on Straits Settlements Sc10 SG11, perf 14, Crown CC wmk ‡|
|2 cents brown, black handstamp||1||-||-|
|2c brown, red handstamp||2||-||1|
|"S." overprint on Straits Settlements perf 14, Crown CA wmk|
|2c brown (Sc40 SG50)||3||8||2|
|2c rose (Sc41 SG63)||4||-|
|"SELANGOR" Overprints on Straits Settlements Sc10 SG11 ‡|
|2c brown (Sc10 SG11)||5||1-7||3|
|2c brown (Sc40 SG50)||6||9-19||4|
|2c rose (Sc41 SG63)||7||20-30||5|
Early Selangor is very difficult to document and to correlate by catalogue.
† Of Sc1 and Sc2, Scott  states "the authenticity of Sc1-2 is questioned". Gibbons  describes them, states that their "status is unclear" and does not number them. Yvert & Tellier  list only the red handstamp
‡ On the "SELANGOR" overprints, Gibbons distinguishes many more font variations than the other catalogues.
|1942 Sc-N1 SG||1965 Sc121 SG136|
Located on the west coast of the Malay peninsular, the first British Resident was appointed in 1874 and Selangor joined the Federated Malay States in 1896.
Overprints were issued for the Japanese occupation during WW2 and Selangor became part of Malaysia in 1963.