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Compendium of postage stamp issuers (Sm–So)

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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.

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

Smirne (Italian Post Office)

Dates 
1909–1911
Currency 
40 paras = 1 piastre
Refer 
Italian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire

Smyrne (Russian Post Office)

Dates 
1909–1910
Currency 
40 paras = 1 piastre
Refer 
Russian Post Offices in the Turkish Empire

SO 1920

Refer 
East Silesia

Solomon Islands

Dates 
1975–
Capital 
Honiara
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of the Solomon Islands
Includes 
British Solomon Islands

Somalia

Under UN control with Italian administration 1950–60. Became an independent republic in 1960 and was enlarged by addition of Somaliland Protectorate.

Dates 
1950–
Capital 
Mogadishu
Currency 
(1950) 100 centesimi = 1 somalo (1961) 100 cents = 1 Somali shilling
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of Somalia

Somalia (British Administration)

Dates 
1950 only
Currency 
100 cents = 1 shilling
Refer 
BA/BMA Issues

Somalia (British Military Administration)

BMA Somalia.

Dates 
1948– 1950
Currency 
100 cents = 1 shilling
Refer 
BA/BMA Issues

Somalia (British Occupation)

Refer 
East Africa Forces
See also 
Somalia (British Administration); Somalia (British Military Administration)

Somaliland Protectorate

Dates 
1904–1960
Capital 
Hargeisa
Currency 
(1904) 16 annas = 1 rupee (1951) 100 cents = 1 shilling
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of British Somaliland
Includes 
British Somaliland

Soruth (Saurashtra)

Stamps of Soruth (Saurashtra) were at first issued in Junagadh only but later were extended to include the Saurashtra Union of Jasdan, Morvi, Nawanagar, Soruth and Wadhwan. Stamps of the 1929–1949 period were overprinted SARKARI.

Dates 
1864–1949
Capital 
Junagadh
Currency 
12 pies = 1 anna; 16 annas = 1 rupee
Refer 
Indian Native States

Soudan

Refer 
Sudan

South Africa

Dates 
1910–
Capital 
Pretoria
Currency 
(1910) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound (1961) 100 cents = 1 rand
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of South Africa

South African Republic

Dates 
1869–1902
Capital 
Pretoria
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Transvaal

South African Territories

Main Article Needed 
Includes 
Bophutatswana; Ciskei; Transkei; Venda

South Arabian Federation

Dates 
1963–1968
Capital 
Aden
Currency 
(1963) 100 cents = 1 shilling (1965) 1000 fils = 1 dinar
Refer 
Aden Protectorate States

South Australia

Dates 
1855–1912
Capital 
Adelaide
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
See also 
Australia

South Bulgaria

Dates 
1885 only
Capital 
Plovdiv (Philippopolis)
Currency 
40 paras = 1 piastre
Refer 
Bulgarian Territories

South China (People's Post)

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

South East Saxony (Russian Zone)

Dates 
1945–1946
Capital 
Dresden
Currency 
100 pfennige = 1 mark
Refer 
Germany (Allied Occupation)

South Georgia

Dates 
1963–1980
Capital 
Grytviken
Currency 
(1963) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound (1971) 100 pence = 1 pound
Refer 
South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands

South Georgia (Falkland Islands Dependencies)

Stamps of Falkland Islands overprinted SOUTH GEORGIA.

Dates 
1944–1946
Capital 
Grytviken
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Falkland Islands Dependencies

South Georgia & South Sandwich Islands

A continuation of the South Georgia issues but with the inscription changed to acknowledge the South Sandwich Islands as part of the same territory. The South Sandwich Islands have never had any permanent inhabitants.

Dates 
1980–
Capital 
Grytviken
Currency 
100 pence = 1 pound
Main Article Needed 
Includes 
South Georgia

South Kasai

Dates 
1961–1962
Capital 
Lusambo
Currency 
100 centimes = 1 franc
Refer 
Zaire

South Korea

Dates 
1946–
Capital 
Seoul
Currency 
(1946) 100 chon = 1 won (1953) 100 won = 1 hwan (1962) 100 chon = 1 won
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of South Korea

South Korea (North Korean Occupation)

Dates 
1950 only
Currency 
100 chon = 1 won
Refer 
North Korea

South Lithuania (Russian Occupation)

Russian forces in Grodno issued Arms types of Russia with an overprint of LIETUVA and a surcharge in local currency.

Dates 
1919 only
Currency 
100 skatiku = 1 auksinas
Refer 
Russian Occupation Issues

South Orkneys (Falkland Islands Dependencies)

Dates 
1944–1946
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Falkland Islands Dependencies

South Russia

Refer 
Russian Civil War Issues

South Shetlands (Falkland Islands Dependencies)

Dates 
1944–1946
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Falkland Islands Dependencies

South Sudan

Dates 
2011-
Capital 
Juba
Currency 
100 piaster = 1 pound
Main Article Postage stamps and postal history of South Sudan

South Vietnam

Dates 
1955–1976
Capital 
Saigon
Currency 
100 cents = 1 piastre
Main Article Needed 
See also 
National Front for Liberation of South Vietnam; North Vietnam; Vietnam

South West Africa

Dates 
1923–1991
Capital 
Windhoek
Currency 
(1923) 12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound (1961) 100 cents = 1 rand
Main Article Needed 
See also 
German South West Africa; Namibia

South West China (People's Post)

Dates 
1949–1950
Currency 
100 cents = 1 dollar
Refer 
CPR Regional Issues

Southern Cameroons

Dates 
1960–1961
Capital 
Mamfe
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Nigerian Territories

Southern Nigeria

Dates 
1901–1914
Capital 
Enugu
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Nigerian Territories

Southern Rhodesia

Dates 
1924–1964
Capital 
Salisbury
Currency 
12 pence = 1 shilling; 20 shillings = 1 pound
Refer 
Rhodesia

Southern Yemen

Dates 
1968–1971
Capital 
Aden
Currency 
1000 fils = 1 dinar
Refer 
Yemen

Southern Zone, Morocco

Dates 
1956–1958
Capital 
Rabat
Currency 
100 centimes = 1 franc
Refer 
Morocco
See also 
French Morocco

References

Compendium of postage stamp issuers (Sm–So) Wikipedia


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