Cambodia stamps 1951 YV 1-17  MLH  VF
Cambodia stamps 1951 YV 1-17 MLH VF
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Bulgaria stamps 1932 MI 249-251 Airmail  MLH  VF
Bulgaria stamps 1932 MI 249-251 Airmail MLH VF
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Cambodia 1758-63 MNH Flowers
Cambodia 1758-63 MNH Flowers
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Cambodia 547 MNH Art,  Painting,  Bird
Cambodia 547 MNH Art, Painting, Bird
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Cambodia Stamp,  1994 CAB145 Birds Sheet,  Wildlife
Cambodia Stamp, 1994 CAB145 Birds Sheet, Wildlife
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Cambodia 1874-80 MNH Art,  Flowers,  Fruit,  Food
Cambodia 1874-80 MNH Art, Flowers, Fruit, Food
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Cambodia Stamp,  1983 CAB9 Cat,  Pet,  Animal
Cambodia Stamp, 1983 CAB9 Cat, Pet, Animal
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Cambodia 2000 postcard to Finland *21069
Cambodia 2000 postcard to Finland *21069
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CAMBODIA + BENIN  SHIPS AND BOATS      MNH
CAMBODIA + BENIN SHIPS AND BOATS MNH
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CAMBODIA + BENIN  CARS      MNH
CAMBODIA + BENIN CARS MNH
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CAMBODIA  LOT  FISH + MARINE LIFE    MNH
CAMBODIA LOT FISH + MARINE LIFE MNH
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ABOUT CAMBODIAN STAMPS
 
Former Portuguese Congo, the region was a protectorate since 1883 and was separated from Portuguese West Africa. As part of the various independence movements in the 1960s a group called the Front for the Liberation of the Enclave of Cabinda (FLEC) has established an exile government in Kinshasa. FLEC made a unilateral declaration of independence on 1 August 1975, but was not recognized by Portugal and abroad.
 
In November 1975, the MPLA Angolan troops occupied Cabinda was annexed to the newly independent Angola. Angola called Cabinda region. Since then, the FLEC and other factions in Cabinda fought for independence and seeking to form the Republic of Cabinda.
 
In October 2006, a series of stamps issued by the separatists in Cabinda. All stamps were printed in Angola with a nominal value of 500 francs Central Africa. Providers have said they intend to produce a final stamp Cabinda based on a new currency, the escudo Cabinda. The stamps have been of some use to the government in exile such as e-Ship.