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Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Indian Princely State Banswara Fiscal Court fee and Revenue Stamps

Banswara state formerly Mewar and Southern Rajputana States Agency, merged into Rajasthan, now in Rajasthan State, area of state was 4,160 KM Square ,and population of state was 225,106 in 1931. Privy purse of state on the time of accession (7Th Sep. 1949) was Rs.126,000.
Court fee stamps :--
Type 6-7, used in 1925-45, size 88-90x52mm.

One Anna, red

 One Anna, rose-red

Four Annas, blue

Eight Annas, orange

Eight Annas, orange-brown

One Rupee, blue

One Rupee, red, value in dark brown

Two Rupees, red, value in Rs

Two Rupees, red, value in Rupe.

Type 15, used in 1941-45, size 100x65 mm.Perf. 11-1/4 Thick wove paper.

One Anna, red

Revenue stamps :--
Type-25, used in 1908-12, size 25x59mm. Perf. 11 rough. Thin wove paper.

Two Rupees, red-violet

Five Rupees, blue

Ten Rupees, yellow

Type-25, used in 1934, size 22x26mm. Perf. 11-1/2 rough. Thin wove paper.

 1 Anna

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