by Madhukar & Savita Jhingan

Surprisingly we did not find even a single word in records pointing towards postal orders for Burma. Burma separated from India in 1937 but all its security printing was done at Nasik for years and enough references are there in the records for all other kind of items. We are not going to give up on it but feel that an illustration of a postal order from Burma will help us in our further research.

Burma is mentioned in the Country list.

First published Online @ stampsofindia.com, March 1999 


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