#M4486 – Kuwait set of 100

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100 Kuwait Stamps In 1775 the British made Kuwait the starting point of their desert mail service to Aleppo, Syria.  This route was part of a larger system that carried goods and messages from India to England.  Kuwait came under British protection from 1899 until 1961, when it achieved full independence.  However, Great Britain’s impact on the nation’s culture can still be seen on these stamps.  Send for yours today.
 

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100 Kuwait Stamps

In 1775 the British made Kuwait the starting point of their desert mail service to Aleppo, Syria.  This route was part of a larger system that carried goods and messages from India to England.  Kuwait came under British protection from 1899 until 1961, when it achieved full independence.  However, Great Britain’s impact on the nation’s culture can still be seen on these stamps.  Send for yours today.