I was hoping to trick you, I was presuming the two (perhaps) anglicised names,
depended on what part of the Grenadines was pertinent.
What seems to have occurred , is that all the stamps after 2004 are illegal,
hence we can assume maybe, that all these stamp sheets have been produced by the nefarious.
I am unsure either way, however, this is what I came across, on another forum........
They are 'illegal' since 2004:
According to a highly interesting report by Martin Bohnstedt, published in the German philatelic magazine
MICHEL-Rundschau No 10/2005 (Legale Briefmarken in St. Vincent?), there is a serious problem. On one side we
have the St. Vincent Philatelic Services Ltd. which manages the production of stamps (made by IGPC) and sells
them to collectors. On the other side stands the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Postal Corporation, also a private
company since 1 October 2003. The latter does not (and cannot) serve any mail decorated with items sold by the
Philatelic Services because they do not pay any money to the Postal Corporation. Therefore, the Postal Corporation
declared just one definitive series valid for postal use. These stamps used to be ordered directly at a printing house
and do not run for sale via the Philatelic Services at all.
To sum all that up: Items issued after 2003 and sold by the Philatelic Services only are invalid right from the start.
All former stamps sold by the Philatelic Services are invalid too since 2004.
I do not want to hijack Kris' thread, I'll just note, lots of funny business surrounding
Huge amounts of forgeries.http://golowesstamps.com/reference/...e_stamps.htm