The Yacht issue was a series of postage stamps, bearing the image of the German Kaiser's yacht, SMY Hohenzollern II, that were used in all of Germany's overseas colonies. Millions of the stamps were produced and they were the principal means of postage for all German imperial overseas possessions in the years 1900-1915. German colonies at that time were Samoa, Marshall Islands, Mariana Islands, Caroline Islands, Kiautschou, Togo, Kamerun, German New Guinea, German South West Africa, and German East Africa.
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... The imperial yacht was the subject of the Yacht issue produced for postal use in German colonies ... SMY Hohenzollern in the Yacht Issue Hohenzollern II is depicted on the Yacht issue Postcard depicting SMY Hohenzollern II in Norway ...
... Issues of German New Guinea and Marshall Islands were, like Samoa, surcharged by the British with "G.R.I." for Georgius Rex Imperator ... In Kamerun, issues were overprinted "C.E.F." for the Cameroon Expeditionary Force ...
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