Since the first stamps issued in 1901, mainly for used as a means of fund raising, the KKL Head and Branch Offices have issued well over 4000 stamps. This catalogue is divided into the Head Office which moved around European cities until finally arriving in Jerusalem in 1921. The branch offices around the world also issued their own stamps for local fund raising.
Both Head and Branch Office issues are presented in this catalogue (in separate files) with over 50% having colour illustrations. Because of the erratic nature of this specific collecting ar4ea no pricing is given.
A lot of the entries show a map of the place concerned, an explanation, the geographic coordinates and also the Chinese lettering allowing an easier identification of the overprints.
When in the 1990.s New Zealand decentralized its postal services to overseas some companies used this to start their own postal services and Universal Mail began issuing stamps, usually in vertical strips of 5 (one circular the others rectangular).
In the 2000's Universal Mail UK began using similar formats of stamps for their own services.
From the 1960's there had been a rebel independence seeking movement in North East India, Nagaland, which had stamps issued for it,
On the island of Timor there was an enclave of Occussi Ambino which also had stamps issued.
Later on there were many issues for local areas in the Philippines and a few other countries.
Upon the breakdown of the USSR in 1990 many different people began issuing local stamps for the constituent republics etc of the new Russian Federation. Some concentrated on overprinting the small low valued stamps of the USSR whilst others printed stamps for whichever republics they felt like. All of these issues are illegal.