Timeline of stamp issuing entities of Spanish Guinea and connected areas

Fernando Pó 1868–1929
Spanish Guinea 1902–1909
Elobey, Annobon, and Corisco 1903–1910
Spanish Guinea 1909–1960
Rio Muni 1960–1968
Equatorial Guinea [dictatorship] 1968–1979
Equatorial Guinea 1979–today
1870
1880
1890
1900
1910
1920
1930
1940
1950
1960
1970
1980
1990
2000
2010
2020

Stamp issuing entities of Spanish Guinea and connected areas

Name Issued
stamps
Bird
stamps
1868–1929 Fernando Pó

Bioko, in Europe traditionally called Fernando Pó

≈ 200 ≈ 9
1902–1909 Spanish Guinea ≈ 100 ≈ 6
1903–1910 Elobey, Annobon, and Corisco

Elobey, Annobón, and Corisco was a colonial administration of Spanish Africa.

≈ 60
1909–1960 Spanish Guinea ≈ 400
1960–1968 Rio Muni ≈ 90 ≈ 6
1968–1979 Equatorial Guinea [dictatorship]

Independence was conceded on 12 October 1968 and became the Republic of Equatorial Guinea with Francisco Macías Nguema elected as president. In July 1970, Macias Nguema created a single-party state and made himself president for life in 1972.

→ see under Equatorial Guinea
≈ 2 Thousand
1979–today Equatorial Guinea

Independence was conceded on 12 October 1968 and became the Republic of Equatorial Guinea with Francisco Macías Nguema elected as president. In July 1970, Macias Nguema created a single-party state and made himself president for life in 1972.

→ see under Equatorial Guinea
≈ 500 ≈ 9

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