Patiala (Indian State) - Stamp Packet
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Patiala was once a princely state of India and one of the wealthiest. Now the region is part of the Punjab state of modern-day India. Patiala was a convention state during the control of British India. In other words, it had an agreement to use the stamps of British India overprinted 'Patiala'. These stamps were used from 1884-1947; when India declared independence all areas used stamps of the Republic of India.