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* Saar

Dates:		1947 - 1959
Capital:		Saarbrücken
Currency:	(1947) 100 pfennige = 1 mark
		(1947) 100 centimes = 1 franc

Includes:		Saar (French Administration)


Saar (French Administration)

Dates:		1920 - 1935
Capital:		Saarbrücken
Currency:	(1920) 100 pfennige = 1 mark
		(1921) 100 centimes = 1 franc

Album:		Saar


Saar (French Zone)

Stamps used were French Zone (General Issue) types which are cat. nos F1-F13 of Germany.  They were
replaced in 1947 by stamps specific to Saar.

Dates:		1945 - 1947
Capital:		Saarbrücken
Currency:	100 pfennige = 1 mark

Album:		Germany (Allied Occupation)


Saargebiet

Refer:		Saar


Saarland

Refer:		Saar


* Sabah

Dates:		1964 -
Capital:		Kota Kinabalu
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

See also:		Malaysia;
		North Borneo


Sachsen

Refer:		Saxony


Sahara Espanol

Refer:		Spanish Sahara


St Christopher

Dates:		1870 - 1890
Capital:		Basseterre
Currency:	12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

Album:		St Kitts


* St Christopher Nevis & Anguilla

Dates:		1952 - 1980
Capital:		Basseterre
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

Includes:		St Kitts-Nevis;
		St Kitts Nevis & Anguilla

See also:		Anguilla;
		Leeward Islands;
		Nevis;
		St Kitts

* St Helena

Dates:		1856 -
Capital:		Jamestown
Currency:	(1856) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
		(1971) 100 pence = 1 pound


* St Kitts

Dates:		1980 -
Capital:		Basseterre
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

Includes:		St Christopher

See also:		Leeward Islands;
		St Christopher Nevis & Anguilla


St Kitts-Nevis

Dates:		1903 - 1980
Capital:		Basseterre
Currency:	(1903) 12 peence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
		(1951) 100 cents = 1 dollar

Album:		St Christopher Nevis & Anguilla


St Kitts Nevis & Anguilla

Dates:		1967 - 1971
Capital:		Basseterre
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

Album:		St Christopher Nevis & Anguilla


* St Lucia

Dates:		1860 -
Capital:		Castries
Currency:	(1860) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
		(1949) 100 cents = 1 dollar


St Paul

Refer:		French Southern & Antarctic Territories


* St Pierre et Miquelon

Dates:		1885 - 1978
Capital:		St Pierre
Currency:	100 centimes = 1 franc
		(2002) 100 cents = 1 euro (€)


St Thomas & Prince Islands

Refer:		Sao Tome e Principe


* St Vincent

Dates:		1861 -
Capital:		Kingstown
Currency:	(1861) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
		(1949) 100 cents = 1 dollar


Ste Marie de Madagascar

Dates:		1894 - 1896
Capital:
Currency:	100 centimes = 1 franc

Album:		Madagascar & Dependencies


Salonicco

Refer:		Salonika (Italian Post Office)


Salonika (British Field Office)

British stamps overprinted Levant.

Dates:		1916 only
Currency:	12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

Album:		British Post Offices in the Turkish Empire


Salonika (Italian Post Office)

Italian Post Office in Salonika when still under Turkish rule.  Issued Italian stamps overprinted SALONICCO.

Dates:		1909 - 1911
Currency:	40 paras = 1 piastre

Album:		Italian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire


Salonika (Russian Post Office)

Local overprint SALONIQUE.  The office normally used stamps of Russia or Russian Levant.

Dates:		1909 - 1914
Currency:	40 paras = 1 piastre

Album:		Russian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire


Salonique

Refer:		Salonika (Russian Post Office)


* Samoa

Dates:		1982 -
Capital:		Apia
Currency:	100 sene (cents) = 1 dollar

Includes:		Samoa (Kingdom);
		Samoa I Sisifo;
		Samoa (New Zealand Administration);
		Western Samoa

See also:		German Samoa


Samoa (Kingdom)

Dates:		1877 - 1900
Capital:		Apia
Currency:	12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

Album:		Samoa


Samoa I Sisifo

Dates:		1958 - 1982
Capital:		Apia
Currency:	(1958) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
		(1967) 100 sene (cents) = 1 dollar

Album:		Samoa


Samoa (New Zealand Administration)

Dates:		1914 - 1935
Capital:		Apia
Currency:	12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

Album:		Samoa


* Samos

Samos had been an independent principality, nominally under Turkish control, but with British, French and
Russian protection.  A revolt took place in September 1912 and the Turkish garrison withdrew.  A provisional
government was established under President Sophoulis, who sought political union with Greece.  This was
achieved by the Treaty of London on 30 May 1913.

Samos issued its own stamps from November 1912.  There were four issues and 19 stamps in all.  Greek stamps
were introduced in 1914, but there were also overprints of the Samos types until 1915.

Dates:		1912 - 1915
Capital: 		Vathy
Currency:	100 lepta = 1 drachma

See also:		Vathy (French Post Office)


* San Marino

Dates:		1877 -
Capital:		San Marino
Currency:	100 centesimi = 1 lira
		(2002) 100 cents = 1 euro (€)


Sandjak d'Alexandrette

Refer:		Hatay


Santander	

Dates:		1884 - 1903
Currency:	100 centavos = 1 peso

Album:		Colombian Territories


* Sao Tome e Principe

Dates:		1870 -
Capital:		Sao Tome
Currency:	(1870) 1000 reis = 1 milreis
		(1913) 100 centavos = 1 escudo
		(1977) 100 cents = 1 dobra

See also:		Africa (Portuguese Colonies)


Sarajevo Government (Bosnia)

Refer:		Bosnia & Herzegovina


* Sarawak

Dates:		1869 -
Capital:		Kuching
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

See also:		Malaysia


Sarawak (British Military Administration)

Dates:		1945 only
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

Album:		BA/BMA Issues


Sarawak (Japanese Occupation)

Dates:		1942 - 1945
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

Album:		Japanese Occupation Issues


Sardinia

Sardinia is a large island in the western Mediterranean, south of Corsica.  Before the unification of Italy,
the Kingdom of Sardinia was the name applied to a union of Sardinia and Piedmont, although the island was
very much the junior partner.  Stamps of this state were issued in Turin 1851-1862 but the country's name
is not shown.  Gibbons list these stamps under Sardinia, which is strictly correct, but historians generally
refer to the state as Piedmont.  To prevent confusion between the 19th century state and the present island
province, this work has Piedmont as the specific entry and Sardinia as a minor entry.

Capital:		Cagliari

Refer:		Italian States;
		Piedmont


Sarkari

Refer:		Soruth (Saurashtra)


Sarre

Refer:		Saar


Saseno (Italian Occupation)

Dates:		1923 only
Currency:	100 centesimi = 1 lira

Album:		Italian Occupation Issues


* Saudi Arabia

Dates:		1932 -
Capital: 		Riyadh
Currency:	(1932) 110 guerche = 10 riyal = 1 gold sovereign
		(1952) 440 guerche = 40 riyal = 1 gold sovereign
		(1960) 100 halalah = 20 guerche = 1 riyal
		(1976) 100 halalas = 1 riyal

Includes:		Hejaz;
		Hejaz-Nejd;
		Nejd


Saurashtra

Refer:		Soruth (Saurashtra)


Saxony

Dates:		1850 - 1868
Capital:		Dresden
Currency:	10 pfennige = 1 neugroschen; 30 neugroschen = 1 thaler

Album:		German States


Saxony (Russian Zone)

Dates:		1945 - 1946
Capital:		Halle
Currency:	100 pfennige = 1 mark

Album:		Germany (Allied Occupation)

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