Worldwide Illustrated Stamp Identifier - Arabic Script

The purpose of the Worldwide Illustrated Stamp Identifier is to provide a visual tool to assist in identifying the country of origin of particularly challenging stamps. On this page are stamps inscribed using Arabic script. Arabic script is the second-most widely used alphabetic writing system in the world. It used for writing several languages of Asia and Africa, such as Arabic, Persian, Pashto and Urdu.

Stamps With Arabic Script Inscriptions

Iran

Iran Stamp 1870 Lion and Sword
1870
Lion and Sword

Iran Stamp 1880 Nasser-eddin Shah
1880
Nasser-eddin Shah

Iran Stamp 1938-39 Risa Shah Pahlavi
1938-39
Risa Shah Pahlavi

Iran Stamp Parcel Post
1958-81
Parcel Post

Iran Stamp Postal Tax
1960-76
Postal Tax



Morocco

Morocco 1893 Local Post
1893
Local Post



Saudi Arabia

Saudi Arabia Stamp 1925 Locomotive
1925
Overprinted Hejaz Locomotive Railway Stamp

Saudi Arabia Stamp 1925 Handstamped on Issue of Hejaz
1925
Handstamped on Issue of Hejaz

Saudi Arabia Stamp 1932 Tughra of Sultan Abdul Aziz
1932
Tughra of Sultan Abdul Aziz



Turkey

Turkey Stamp 1863 Tughra of Sultan Abdul-Aziz
1863
Tughra of Sultan Abdul-Aziz

Turkey Stamp 1865 Crescent and Star
1865
Crescent and Star

Turkey Stamp 1901 Tughra of Sultan Abdul-Aziz
1901
Tughra of Sultan Abdul-Aziz

Turkey Stamp 1945 Postage Due
1945
Postage Due

Turkey Stamp 1898 Military
1898
Military

Turkey Stamp 1901 Newspaper
1901
Newspaper

Turkey Stamp 1901 Newspaper
1915
Newspaper



United Arab Repubic (Egypt)

United Arab Republic Stamp 1962-63 Official
1962-63
Official




See Also

The Worldwide Illustrated Identifier Start Page

Stamps with Cyrillic Writing

Stamps with Chinese Characters

Stamps with Asian Scripts

Stamps Using Greek, Hebrew and Other Writing Systems

Stamps with No Country Name Inscription




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