refers to the 1929 provisional issues created during the short rule of self-proclaimed Amir Habibullah Ghazi who, in fact, was the tribal leader Bacha-i Saqao (or Bache Saqao), who captured and occupied Kabul for several months. Habibullah Ghazi was defeated by Amanullah's cousin, Muhammad Nadir Khan, who then became King Nadir Shah. During Habibullah Ghazi’s reign. The then-current postage stamps were overprinted with the name of the new Amir; the circular negative-type handstamp overprints being applied to many of the available stamps. Genuinely used copies are considered extremely scarce.