ZAMBOANGA OVERPRINTS

Overprinted handstamps with '1898 RESELLADO 1898.' Genuine overprints were applied to the 1899 “Curly Head” Alfonso XIII stamps but it was not used on the 1890-1897 issues.

Type Z-1

**Type Z-1 (possible orignal handstamp)**

Letters in “RESELLADO” evenly spaced

Periods after “C” and “1899” (and “T”)

Text centered low, “1899” close to “T”

“T” has similar height as width

Type Z-1 forged overprint in black on 1896 1/8c blue (impresos) and 1896 10c yellow brown

Type Z-2 (3 varieties)

**Type Z-2**

“ESE” in “RESELLADO” close together, “A” postioned above “L”

No periods after “C” and “1899” or “T”

Text centered high, “1899” far from “T”

“T” is taller than wide

Type 2 “T” positioned close to the right margin and high |
Type 2A “T” positioned far from the right margin and low The two “9”s in “1899” are joined |
Type 2B “T” positioned far from the right margin and high The “C” is closer to left margin; the “O” in “RESELLADO” more distant from right margin |

Type Z-2 forged overprint in black.

Type Z-2 forged overprint in red.

Type Z-2A forged overprint in black.

Type Z-2B forged overprint in blue.

Type Z-3

**Type Z-3**

Letters in “RESELLADO” evenly spaced. Violet ink used.

No periods after “C” and “1899” or “T”

Text centered low, “1899” close to “T”

“T” has taller than wide (but less so than type 2)

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