#MP1222 – Belgian Colonies, 100v

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Collect Colonial Belgium Stamps – In Use for 77 Years

From 1885 to 1962, Belgium controlled three colonies – the Belgian Congo (now the Democratic Republic of the Congo), Ruanda-Urundi, and a concession in China.  Unlike most other European imperial powers of the time, about 98% of Belgium's colonial territory was in just one colony, the Congo.  It was also the first personal property of King Leopold II. This offer gives you the chance to own 100 used Belgian colony stamps for just $5.95 – a savings of almost 50% off the regular price.  You'll see lots of neat stamps that reflect the rich and interesting history of Belgium's colonies.  Stamps vary from package to package, adding to the fun because you never know exactly what stamps you'll find!  Order yours today and get started on a mini collecting adventure.
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