Revenue stamps of Batum

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Revenues of Batum

The city of Batum (now Batumi) in modern-day Georgia issued revenue stamps in 1918 while under British occupation. A set of 7 from 20k to 30R was originally issued, and this was later overprinted BRITISH OCCUPATION. The 20k was later also surcharged 20 руб., for 20 rubles.[1]

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  1. ^ Barefoot, John. British Commonwealth Revenues. 9th edition. York: J. Barefoot, 2012, p. 81. ISBN 0906845726