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* Spain

Dates:		1850 -
Capital:		Madrid
Currency: 	(1850) 8 cuartos = 1 real
		(1866) 80 cuartos = 100 centimos = 1 escudo
		(1867) 1000 milesimas = 100 centimos = 80 cuartos = 1 escudo
		(1872) 100 centimos = 1 peseta
		(2002) 100 cents = 1 euro ()

See also: 	Canary Islands


* Spanish Guinea

Dates:		1902 - 1960
Capital:		Santa Isabel
Currency: 	100 centimos = 1 peseta

Includes:		Elobey, Annobon & Corisco;
		Fernando Poo;
		Rio Muni


Spanish Marianas

Dates:		1898 - 1899
Capital:
Currency: 	100 centimos = 1 peseta

Album:		Spanish Philippines

See also: 	Mariana Islands


* Spanish Morocco

Dates:		1914 - 1956
Capital:		Tetuan
Currency: 	100 centimos = 1 peseta


* Spanish Philippines

Dates:		1854 - 1898
Capital:		Manila
Currency: 	(1854) 20 cuartos = 1 real; 8 reales = 1 peso
		(1864) 100 centimos = 1 peso
		(1871) 100 centimos = 1 escudo
		(1872) 100 centimos = 1 peseta
		(1876) 1000 milesimas = 100 centavos = 1 peso

Includes:		Spanish Marianas


* Spanish Post Offices Abroad

Includes:		Morocco (Spanish Post Offices);
		Tangier (Spanish Post Office);
		Tetuan (Spanish Post Office)


Spanish Sahara

Dates:		1924 - 1975
Capital:		El Aaiun
Currency: 	100 centimos = 1 peseta

Album:		Spanish West Africa


* Spanish West Africa

The general issue was for use in Ifni and Spanish Sahara.

Dates:		1949 - 1951
Currency: 	100 centimos = 1 peseta

Includes:		Cape Juby;
		Ifni;
		La Aguera;
		Rio de Oro;
		Spanish Sahara


Srba Hrvata Slovena

Refer:		Yugoslavia


Sremsko Baranjska Oblast (Croatia)

After Croatia recovered Krajina and Eastern Slavonia from the autonomous republic of Srpska Krajina
in 1995, Eastern Slavonia was placed under UN administration and called Sremsko Baranjska Oblast
(Srem and Baranya Region).  Stamps were issued soon afterwards.

Postal administration was transferred back to Croatia on 19 May 1997 and separate issues ceased at that time.
Eastern Slavonia as a whole was incorporated back into the Republic of Croatia on 15 January 1998.

Dates:		1995 - 1997
Capital:
Currency: 	100 paras = 1 dinar

Album:		Croatia

See also: 	Srpska Krajina (Croatia)


* Sri Lanka

Dates:		1972 -
Capital:		Colombo
Currency: 	100 cents = 1 rupee

See also: 	Ceylon


Srpska

Refer:		Bosnian Serb Republic


Srpska Krajina (Croatia)

After Croatia declared itself independent of Yugoslavia in 1991, Croatian Serbs in Krajina, Western
Slavonia and Eastern Slavonia proclaimed their allegiance to Yugoslavia and formed the Republic of
Srpska Krajina under UN protection.  Elections for a president and parliament were held in January 1994.

In 1995, the Republic of Croatia began to recover the Serb territories.  Krajina and Western Slavonia
were incorporated back into Croatia that year while Eastern Slavonia was placed under UN administration
and called Sremsko Baranjska Oblast (Srem and Baranya Region).

Stamps were issued soon after Srpska Krajina was proclaimed and continued until the Croatian recovery of
Krajina.  Later issues were made by Sremsko Baranjska Oblast (q.v.).

Dates:		1993 - 1995
Capital:
Currency: 	100 paras = 1 dinar

Album:		Croatia

See also: 	Sremsko Baranjska Oblast (Croatia)


Stadt Post Basel

Refer:		Basle


Stampalia

Refer:		Astypalaea


Stellaland

A temporary Boer republic was established in Stellaland, which was the area surrounding Vryburg, on 10 January
1883.  In 1885 it was annexed by Britain and incorporated into British Bechuanaland on 30 September 1885.

There was one local issue of six stamps on 1 February 1884.

Dates:		1884 - 1885
Capital:		Vryburg
Currency: 	12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

Album:		Cape of Good Hope

See also: 	Vryburg


Stockholm

Dates:		1856 - 1862
Currency: 	(1855)  48 skilling = 1 riksdaler
		(1858) 100 ore = 1 riksdaler

Album:		Sweden


* Straits Settlements

Dates:		1867 - 1942
Capital:		Singapore
Currency: 	100 cents = 1 dollar

Includes:		Labuan


Strasbourg

Refer:		Council of Europe (Strasbourg)


STT-VUJA/STT-VUJNA

Overprints on Yugoslav stamps issued in Trieste.

Refer:		Trieste (Yugoslav Military Government)


* Sudan

Earliest issues were Egyptian stamps overprinted SOUDAN.

Dates:		1897 -
Capital: 		Khartoum
Currency: 	1000 milliemes = 100 piastres = 1 pound


Sudetenland

Refer:		Asch (Sudentenland)


Suez Canal Company

During the construction period 1859-69, the company ran a mail service that was taken over by the Egyptian
government in 1868.  Some special stamps (unofficial only) were issued in 1868.

Refer:		Egypt


Suidafrika

Refer:		South Africa


Sumatra (Japanese Occupation)

Dates:		1943 - 1945
Currency:	100 cents = 1 gulden
Album:		Japanese Occupation Issues


* Sungei Ujong

Dates:		1878 - 1895
Capital:		Serembam
Currency: 	100 cents = 1 dollar

See also: 	Malaysia


Suomi

Refer:		Finland


* Surinam/Suriname

Dates:		1873 -
Capital:		Paramaribo
Currency: 	100 cents = 1 gulden


Sverige

Refer:		Sweden


* Swaziland

Dates:		1933 -
Capital:		Mbabane
Currency: 	(1889) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
		(1961) 100 cents = 1 rand
		(1974) 100 cents = 1 lilangeni (note: plural is emalangeni)

Includes:		Swaziland (Provisional Government)


Swaziland (Provisional Government)

Dates:		1889 - 1894
Capital:		Mbabane
Currency: 	12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound

Album:		Swaziland


* Sweden

Dates:		1855 -
Capital:		Stockholm
Currency: 	(1855) 48 skilling = 1 riksdaler
		(1858) 100 ore = 1 riksdaler
		(1875) 100 ore = 1 krona

Includes:		Stockholm


Swiss Cantonal Administration

Refer:		Basle;
		Geneva;
		Switzerland;
		Zurich


* Swiss Cantonal Issues

Includes:		Basle;
		Geneva;
		Zurich


Swiss PTT

Refer:		United Nations (UN)


Swiss Transitional Issues

Refer:		Geneva;
		Switzerland;
		Zurich


* Switzerland

Dates:		1850 -
Capital:		Berne
Currency:	(1850) 100 rappen = 1 franken
		(1862) 100 centimes = 1 franc

See also: 	Swiss Cantonal Issues


Syme

Italian colony in the Dodecanese which used the general EGEO issues and had its own stamps inscribed
SIMI, the Italian (and Greek) name of the island.

Dates:		1912 - 1932
Capital: 		Simi
Currency: 	100 centesimi = 1 lira

Album:		Aegean Islands (Dodecanese)


* Syria

Dates:		1924 -
Capital:		Damascus
Currency: 	100 centimes = 1 piastre

See also: 	United Arab Republic (UAR)


Syria (French Occupation)

Issues in both Egyptian and Syrian currency overprinted TEO or OMF.

Dates:		1919 - 1924
Currency:	(1919) 40 paras = 10 milliemes = 1 piastre
		(1920) 100 centimes = 1 piastre

Album:		French Occupation Issues


Szechwan

Dates:		1933 only
Currency:	100 cents = 1 dollar

Album:		Chinese Provinces


* Szeged

Dates:		1919 only
Capital:		Szeged
Currency:	100 filler = 1 korona

See also: 	Hungary

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