first had its own stamps as a French colony in 1886. During this person the only identified people to appear on Gabonese stamps were Count Savorgnan de Brazza[?]
who first appeared on a postage due stamp of 1930, then on a regular issue stamp in 1932, and his aide Chief Makoko[?]
of the Bateke[?]
who also appeared on the 1930 postage dues.
Gabon used the stamps of French Equatorial Africa from 1934 until it gained independence on 1958-11-28
The people listed below have featured on Gabonese stamps since independence. The number following the name shows the year in which that person was first featured.
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