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Sale 5040

British and Worldwide
Stamps and Postal History


Literature Collections
 
 
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Lot 10621
 
Worldwide Philatelic Literature, Brookman's The United States Postage Stamps of the 19th Century 3 volumes, 2002 New York Stock Exchange Invert & International Rarities Auction catalog, The Royal Philatelic Society London 1869-1969, Postage Stamp Catalogue of the Republic of China 1878-1957, The Commonwealth Catalogue King George VI 7th Edition, 1959 The Commonwealth Catalogue of Queen Elizabeth Stamps, Scott Standard Catalogue of Air Post Stamps, and a folder of reference stamps and articles, Fine to Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 10622
 
Austria, The Empire Collection of Reference Works, over a dozen titles encompassing Austrian philately, from the first edition of Ferchenbauer's Österreich 1850-1918; works by Alianello, Klein, Mueller and Ryan on Austrian and Lombardy-Venetia cancels, Tenczar's three-volume Post Office Town Lists covering 1850-1920, plus more; if ever you wanted to learn Austria, here's your course reading.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 10623

Japan Philatelic Literature Collection, includes Shimomura "Standard Catalogue of The Japanese Revenue Stamps", "Cumulative Index to Japanese Philately 1946-1990, Ichida "The Dragon Stamps of Japan 1871-1872" & "The Cherry Blossom Issues of Japan 1872-1876", Gakken "Pictorial Encyclopedia of Modern Japan", Woodward "The Postage Stamps of Japan and Dependencies" (2), "Japanese Postage Stamps in he Manufacture", "Mail of Japan", Tatsuji "65 Years in Stamps", 1958 "Japanese Stamps", "Japan Through Postage Stamps", "Japanese Postage Stamps", "Mail of Japan", also "Ukiyo-E", Hingago "Japanese Castles", "Masterpieces of Chinese & Japanese Art", "Olympics Stamp Catalogue", Tyler "Philatelic Forgers", inspection invited, Very Fine.
Estimate $300 - 400.
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Lot 10624

Postal Stationery Magazine, 1974-95, . Appears complete for years listed, also includes accompanying Postal Stationery Pantograph, a lot of useful information not to be found elsewhere for postal envelopes and cards, Fine to Very Fine.
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Lot 10625
 
Stamp Collecting Literature, lot includes Postage Due by George Arfken, American Stampless Catalog, two UPSS Catalogs of the 19th and 20th Century Stamped Envelopes, Lick 'em Stick'em The Lost Art of Poster Stamps and other general works on the hobby, Very Fine.
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Lot 10626
 
Worldwide Catalogs & Reference Works. Interesting property, including several commercial stamp catalogues such as 1947 Ceres France Colonies; 2004 Michel Germany Specialized (Volumes 1 & 2); Newfoundland Specialized: The Trail of the Caribou"; Know your stamps by Aretz, plus a fair amount of "The American Philatelist' numbers issued in 1965-66 period. Also as a bonus we noted 1959 15¢ air mail sheet, incl. first day cover signed by Postmaster General; 1965 5¢ salvation army commemorative sheet signed by the honorable William McMillan (Assistant Postmaster General of the United States). A no brainer lot at our estimate, Fine to Very Fine.
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