In the future, 'British Guiana', among other precious exhibits of the Ferrari collection, was to adorn the Museum fur Kommunikation Berlin. However, fate was pleased that it was taken over by the French, who inherited the legacy of the famous Austrian-born Italian as reparations after the end of the First world war.
Not that France really needs this priceless stamp. She simply wanted to benefit from the sale of rarities from the collection of von Ferrari. What happened after 14 auctions, where many items of great interest to collectors were put up for auction.
'British Guiana' was acquired through a front man by a new York millionaire, textile magnate Arthur hind. At the same time, he left even king George V of great Britain, who was also known as an avid philatelist, with nothing.