Compendium of postage stamp issuers (Sc–Sl)

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Each "article" in this category is a collection of entries about several stamp issuers, presented in alphabetical order. The entries are formulated on the micro model and so provide summary information about all known issuers.

See the Category:Compendium of postage stamp issuers page for details of the project.

Scarpanto[edit]

Refer 
Karpathos

Schleswig[edit]

Dates 
1864 – 1868
Capital 
Schleswig
Currency 
16 schilling = 1 mark
Refer 
German States

Schleswig-Holstein[edit]

Dates 
1850 – 1868
Capital 
Kiel
Currency 
16 schilling = 1 mark
Refer 
German States

Schweizer-Renecke[edit]

Dates 
1900 only
Capital 
Schweizer-Renecke
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Transvaal

Scinde[edit]

Dates 
1852 – 1854
Currency 
12 pies = 1 anna; 16 annas = 1 rupee
Refer 
Indian Native States

Scotland[edit]

Dates 
1958 –
Capital 
Edinburgh
Currency 
(1958) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
(1971) 100 pence = 1 pound
Refer 
Great Britain (Regional Issues)

Scott Expedition[edit]

Refer 
Victoria Land

Scutari (Italian Post Office)[edit]

Dates 
1909 – 1915
Currency 
40 paras = 1 piastre
Refer 
Italian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire

SDD[edit]

Refer 
Dodecanese Islands (Greek Occupation)

Seiyun[edit]

Refer 
Kathiri State of Seiyun

Selangor[edit]

Dates 
1881 –
Capital 
Kuala Lumpur
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Main Article Needed 
See also 
Malaysia

Semyonov Regime[edit]

Refer 
Ataman Semyonov Regime (Transbaikal)

Senegal[edit]

Dates 
1960 –
Capital 
Dakar
Currency 
100 centimes = 1 franc
Main Article Needed 
Includes 
Senegal (French Colony)
See also 
French West Africa;
Mali Federation

Senegal (French Colony)[edit]

Dates 
1887 –
Capital 
Dakar
Currency 
100 centimes = 1 franc
Refer 
Senegal

Senegambia & Niger[edit]

Dates 
1903 – 1906
Capital 
Dakar
Currency 
100 centimes = 1 franc
Refer 
French Soudan

Serbia[edit]

Dates 
1866 – 1920; 2006 –
Capital 
Belgrade
Currency 
100 paras = 1 dinar
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Serbia
Includes 
Serbia (Yugoslav Regional Issues)
See also 
Yugoslavia

Serbia (Austrian Occupation)[edit]

Dates 
1916 only
Currency 
100 heller = 1 krone
Refer 
Austro–Hungarian Military Post

Serbia (German Occupation)[edit]

Dates 
1941 – 1944
Currency 
100 paras = 1 dinar
Refer 
German Occupation Issues (WW2)

Serbia (Yugoslav Regional Issues)[edit]

Dates 
1944 – 1946
Capital 
Belgrade
Currency 
100 filler = 1 pengo
Refer 
Serbia

Serbian Occupation Issues[edit]

Main Article Needed 
Includes 
Baranya (Serbian Occupation);
Hungary (Serbian Occupation);
Temesvar (Serbian Occupation)

Serbia & Montenegro[edit]

Dates 
2003 – 2006
Capital 
Belgrade
Currency 
100 paras = 1 dinar
Main Article Needed 
See also 
Montenegro
Serbia;
Yugoslavia;

Seychelles[edit]

Dates 
1890 –
Capital 
Victoria
Currency 
100 cents = 1 rupee
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Seychelles
See also 
British Indian Ocean Territory;
Zil Elwannyen Sesel

Seychelles Outer Islands[edit]

Refer 
Zil Elwannyen Sesel

Shackleton Expedition[edit]

Refer 
King Edward VII Land

Shahpura[edit]

Dates 
1914 – 1920
Capital 
Currency 
12 pies = 1 anna; 16 annas = 1 rupee
Refer 
Indian Native States

Shanghai[edit]

Dates 
1865 – 1898
Currency 
(1865) 10 cash = 1 candareen, 100 candareens = 1 tael
(1890) 100 cents = 1 dollar
Main Article Needed 
See also 
Chinese Empire

Shanghai (US Postal Agency)[edit]

Dates 
1919 – 1922
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Refer 
US Post Abroad

Sharjah[edit]

Issues of 1968–72 were non-postal and are unrecognised.

Dates 
1963 – 1968
Currency 
(1963) 100 naye paise = 1 rupee
(1966) 100 dirhams = 1 riyal.
Refer 
Trucial States

Shensi-Kansu-Ninghsia[edit]

Dates 
1946 – 1949
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Refer 
CPR Regional Issues

Sherifian Post[edit]

Dates 
1912 – 1919
Currency 
400 moussonats = 1 rial
Refer 
Morocco

Shihr & Mukalla[edit]

Refer 
Qu'Aiti State of Shihr & Mukalla

Shqip–[edit]

Prefix denoting Albania. Stamps use various suffixes.

Refer 
Albania

SHS[edit]

Refer 
Srba Hrvata Slovena

Siam[edit]

Dates 
1883 – 1939
Capital 
Bangkok
Currency 
(1883) 32 solot = 16 atts = 8 sio = 4 sik = 2 fuang = 1 salung;
4 salungs = 1 tical
(1909) 100 satangs = 1 tical
(1912) 100 satangs = 1 baht
Refer 
Thailand

Siam (Thailand)[edit]

Dates 
1947 – 1950
Capital 
Bangkok
Currency 
100 satangs = 1 baht
Refer 
Thailand

Siam (British Post Offices)[edit]

Refer 
Bangkok (British Post Office)

Siberia[edit]

Refer 
Russian Civil War Issues

Siberia (Czechoslovak Army)[edit]

Dates 
1919 – 1920
Currency 
100 kopecks = 1 Russian ruble
Refer 
Russian Civil War Issues

Sicily[edit]

Dates 
1859 – 1860
Capital 
Palermo
Currency 
100 grana = 1 ducato
Refer 
Italian States

Sierra Leone[edit]

Dates 
1859 –
Capital 
Freetown
Currency 
(1859) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
(1964) 100 cents = 1 rupee
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Sierra Leone

Sikkim[edit]

Unofficial issues only.

Refer 
India

Silesia[edit]

Refer 
East Silesia;
Upper Silesia

Simi[edit]

Refer 
Syme

Sind[edit]

Refer 
Scinde

Singapore[edit]

Dates 
1948 –
Capital 
Singapore
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Singapore

Sinkiang[edit]

Within Sinkiang province was the short-lived Ili Republic, which issued some unofficial stamps 1945–49.

Dates 
1915 – 1949
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Refer 
Chinese Provinces

Sirmoor[edit]

Dates 
1879 – 1902
Currency 
12 pice = 1 anna; 16 annas = 1 rupee
Refer 
Indian Native States

Sint Maarten[edit]

Dates 
2010 -
Capital 
Philipsburg
Currency 
100 cents = 1 gulden (florin)
See also
Curaçao (Curaçao and Dependencies);
Netherlands Antilles;

Slesvig[edit]

Dates 
1920 only
Capital 
Schleswig
Currency 
Danish and German used concurrently
Refer 
Plebiscite Issues

Slovakia[edit]

In 1993, the federation of Czechoslovakia was dissolved and Slovakia became an independent republic with Michal Kovác as its first president.

Dates 
1993 –
Capital 
Bratislava
Currency 
100 haleru = 1 koruna
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Slovakia
Includes 
Slovakia(Autonomous State)
See also 
Czechoslovakia;
Czech Republic

Slovakia (Autonomous State)[edit]

Dates 
1939 – 1945
Capital 
Bratislava
Currency 
100 haleru = 1 koruna
Refer 
Slovakia

Slovenia[edit]

Formerly part of the Austro–Hungarian Empire, Slovenia was combined with other areas in 1918 to form Yugoslavia. After occupation by Italy and Germany in WW2, it was returned to Yugoslavia in 1945. In 1991, Slovenia seceded from the Yugoslav federation and became an independent republic.

Dates 
1991 –
Capital 
Ljubljana
Currency 
euro
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Slovenia
Includes 
Slovenia (Provincial Issues);
Slovenia (Yugoslav Regional Issues)
See also 
Yugoslavia

Slovenia (Provincial Issues)[edit]

Dates 
1919 – 1921
Capital 
Ljubljana
Currency 
100 vinar = 1 krona
Refer 
Slovenia

Slovenia (Yugoslav Regional Issues)[edit]

Dates 
1945 – 1946
Capital 
Ljubljana
Currency 
German, Italian and Hungarian used concurrently
Refer 
Slovenia

Slovenia (German Occupation)[edit]

Refer 
Laibach (German Occupation)

Slovenia (Italian Occupation)[edit]

Refer 
Lubiana (Italian Occupation)

References[edit]

Bibliography[edit]

  • Stanley Gibbons Ltd, Europe and Colonies 1970, Stanley Gibbons Ltd, 1969
  • Stanley Gibbons Ltd, various catalogues
  • Stuart Rossiter & John Flower, The Stamp Atlas, W H Smith, 1989
  • XLCR Stamp Finder and Collector's Dictionary, Thomas Cliffe Ltd, c.1960

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