Cambodia 76a, 77a
In 1960 Cambodia
issued a set of three stamps to mark the opening of the port of
Sihanoukville. The port, also known as Kompong Som, was named for
Prince Norodom Sihanouk, who governed Cambodia in several capacities
from 1941 until he abdicated as king in 2004.
The values of the 2r and 5r stamps is incorrectly given
as 20r in the Cambodian script in the lower left corner of the stamps.
Corrected stamps were
issued. The originals were given subordinate numbers, while the
corrected stamps were given the main numbers in the Scott catalog.