The Mulanje Massif, also known as Mlanje, was formed by the intrusion of magma into the Earth's crust about 130 million years ago. It is situated in southern Malawi (Thyolo district). Its highest summit is the Sapitwa Peak at 3'002 metres, which is the highest point of Malawi as well.
The Mulanje Massif in the background, portrait of King Georg VI.
The Mulanje Massif in the background, portrait of Queen Elisabeth II.
The 6p stamp is existing with different perforations: 12 (1953) and 12:12½ (1954).
Rhodesia & Nyasaland 1959, The Mulanje Massif, portrait of Queen Elisabeth II.
The stamp is showing a view from the Likhubula station towards the west wall of the massif.
portrait of Queen Elisabeth II.
Nyasaland/Malawi 1964, Mulanje Massif.
The Malawi stamp was issued again in the year 1966 with watermark.
Malawi 1983, Mulanje Massif.