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Cooper, Jal - Stamps of India
Cooper, Jal - Stamps of India
Publisher: Jal Cooper, Bombay, 1968.
Third edition, hardback, original red cloth, dustwrapper, illustrated, 177 pages, dustwrapper torn and somewhat soiled to front, spine slightly faded, some wear to the covers, top page-edges a little foxed, internally clean, in Good condition.
Third edition of the classic handbook.
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Deschl, Edward F. - The Comprehensive India States Postal Stationery Listing
Deschl, Edward F. - The Comprehensive India States Postal Stationery Listing
Publisher: privately published, USA, 1994.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, iv + 323 pages, with errata and addendum loosely inserted, previous owner has handwritten the title on the plain dustwrapper, some foxing to the page-edges but internally clean, else in Very Good condition.
The essential handbook/catalogue of Indian States postal stationery. Very hard to find.
£120.00Quantity:

Davis, Gerald and Martin, Denys - Burma Postal History
Davis, Gerald and Martin, Denys - Burma Postal History
Publisher: Robson Lowe, 1971.
First edition, hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, xii + 204 pages, title handwritten on spine of dustwrapper, slight spine-lean, else in Very Good condition.
The classic work on Burma postal history up to 1937 - the standard handbook on the subject. Well illustrated. Long out of print and difficult to find.
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 - A Picture Album of the Large Dragon Stamps and the Postal History of the Qing Dynasty
- A Picture Album of the Large Dragon Stamps and the Postal History of the Qing Dynasty
Publisher: The Commercial Press (Hong Kong) Ltd., 1989.
First edition, large hardback in card slipcase, 212 pages, illustrated, bilingual text in English & Chinese, in Very Good condition.
A superb production compiled by the China National Postage Stamp Museum. Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout.
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 - P. & O. and the Eastern Mail Service
- P. & O. and the Eastern Mail Service
Publisher: P & O, nd [circa 1929].
Paperback (card covers), illustrated, 18 pages, in Very Good condition.
Brochure outlining the history of P & O's connection with the Eastern Mail Service. No publishing details, but probably published by P & O in about 1929. Well illustrated in black & white. Rare.
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Kronstein, Dr. Max - Rocket Mail Flights of the World to 1986
Kronstein, Dr. Max - Rocket Mail Flights of the World to 1986
Publisher: American Air Mail Society, 1986.
Hardback, illustrated, 191 pages, spine & covers slightly rubbed at extremities else in Very Good condition.
A detailed handbook. Scarce.
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Brown, Jeffrey - Indian Air Mails
Brown, Jeffrey - Indian Air Mails
Publisher: The India Study Circle for Philately, UK, 1995.
Paperback, illustrated, i + 113 pages, spine and covers somewhat rubbed and slightly soiled, pages clean, in Good condition.
Essential handbook on Indian air mails.
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Brown, Jeffrey - Wartime Airmails
Brown, Jeffrey - Wartime Airmails
Publisher: privately published, nd.
Large format (A4) paperback, spiralbound, illustrated, 43 pages, tiny corner-crease to front cover, a few minor marks to the covers else in Very Good condition.
A 'hand-out' to accompany a talk on World War II airmails of India. Very scarce.
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- Weekly Air Mail Nos. 2, 4-10
+ Monthly Air Mail, Volume 1 Nos. 1-12 & Volume 2 Nos. 1-7 & 9

Publisher: John S. Davis, Liverpool, 1930-32.
Bound together in one volume, hardback, blue cloth binding, ex libris Stephen H. Smith with his signature at front, tiny amount of loss to lower edge of first page of first issue and some slight marks, minor wear to earlier issues else in Very Good condition.
Rare early aerophilatelic journal, with interesting content on air mail flights, Zeppelin flights, etc.
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[Smith, Stephen H.] - The Indian Air Mail Society Monthly/Quarterly Bulletin Vol. VIII No. 3 and Vol. IX No. 2
[Smith, Stephen H.] - The Indian Air Mail Society Monthly/Quarterly Bulletin
Vol. VIII No. 3 and Vol. IX No. 2

Publisher: The Indian Air Mail Society, Calcutta, 1933 & 1936.
Paperback, 10 + 8 pages, some slight corner-creasing and tiny blemishes, in Good condition.
Two issues of this rare journal.
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Smith, Stephen H. - Rocket Mail Catalogue and Historical Survey of First Experiments in Rocketry
Smith, Stephen H. - Rocket Mail Catalogue
and Historical Survey of First Experiments in Rocketry

Publisher: Fritz Billig, N.Y., 1955.
Second revised edition, paperback, illustrated, 68 pages, publisher's label to front cover, slight corner-bend, else in Very Good condition.
Billig's Specialized Catalogues Volume 8. Very scarce.
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[Wood, Dr F.E.] - British Empire including Brunei, Labuan and North Borneo formed by the late Dr. F.E. Wood, FRPSL
[Wood, Dr F.E.] - British Empire including Brunei, Labuan and North Borneo
formed by the late Dr. F.E. Wood, FRPSL

Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1965.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 48 pages, minor age-wear, in Good condition.
Rare catalogue of British Empire featuring the Dr. F.E. Wood collections of Brunei, Labuan and North Borneo.
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[Wood, Dr. F.E.] - Wood
[Wood, Dr. F.E.] - Wood's Malaya
Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1964.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 80 pages, with the prices realised, slightly chipped at top of spine, tiny nick (short tear) to upper edge of front cover, minor blemishes to covers, pages clean, in Good condition.
Rare and important catalogue of Wood's collections of Straits Settlements and Malayan States.
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Cave, Brian J.H. - The Secret Life of the Brunei Locals (Being the Background to the Brunei Stamp Issue of 1895)
Cave, Brian J.H. - The Secret Life of the Brunei Locals
(Being the Background to the Brunei Stamp Issue of 1895)

Publisher: The Sarawak Specialists' Society, 2003.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, xvi + 105 pages, very slight spine-lean else in Very Good condition.
The history and background of how and why these stamps came to be produced, and how the philatelic press received the news of their issue.
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Lowe, Robson - Brunei - The 1895 Issue The History and a Plating Study
Lowe, Robson - Brunei - The 1895 Issue
The History and a Plating Study

Publisher: Robson Lowe Ltd., London, 1973.
Paperback, illustrated, 32 pages, one or two tiny blemishes to the covers else in Very Good condition.
Detailed plating study. Well illustrated.
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Clark, Kenneth G. - The History & Postal History of Japan
Clark, Kenneth G. - The History & Postal History of Japan's Wars
Volume II: The Sino-Japanese War, Russo-Japanese War, The Armies & Prisoners, Field Post Offices, Postmarks

Publisher: Japan Philatelic Group, England, 2009.
Large hardback, illustrated, v + 442 pages, with cd-rom of some 150 pages of the author's Gold Medal collection, signed by the author, very slight damage/knock to the edge of the rear cover else in Very Good condition.
Excellent postal history handbook. Illustrates some 750 cancellations.
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Clark, Kenneth G. - The History & Postal History of Japan
Clark, Kenneth G. - The History & Postal History of Japan's Wars
Volume I: A Brief History and Postal History of the Sino-Japanese War, Boxer Uprising, Russo-Japanese War.

Publisher: Japan Philatelic Group, England, 2004.
Large hardback, illustrated, iv + 252 pages, signed by the author, slight spine-lean else in Very Good condition.
Excellent postal history handbook. Well illustrated in black & white and some colour.
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Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume Two Asia and Australasia
Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume Two
Asia and Australasia

Publisher: Proud Publications, 2009.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 896 pages, in Very Good condition.
Superb handbook on commercial airmails to Asia and Australasia via the Middle East, including routes and rates, timtables etc. With much useful content on the Cairo-Baghdad R.A.F. Service, Imperial Airways Services, the Horseshoe Route, etc. Well illustrated including colour plates.
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Smith, Max and Johnson, Robert - Express Mail, After Packets and Late Fees in India Before 1870
Smith, Max and Johnson, Robert - Express Mail, After Packets and Late Fees in India Before 1870
Publisher: Stuart Rossiter Trust, Wheathampstead, 2007.
Large format paperback (card covers), illustrated, xiv + 291 pages, creasing to rear cover and very slight creasing to front cover, in Good condition.
A fine work which describes the Overland mail within India (from about 1840 to 1870)particularly between Bombay, Calcutta and Madras and the ways by which a sender could get mail across India quickly in either direction. For the first time, the Express, After Packet and Late Fee services and charges are described from official sources and their successes and failures explained. A great deal of background information is also provided in appendices, which reproduce many extracts from original documents including the Post Office Annual Reports of the period. These discuss the changing routes of the Overland mail across India and the effects on postal services of the Sepoy Mutiny of 1857-58. Other appendices give the dates and closing times of Expresses to and from Bombay and the After Packet from Calcutta in connection with the Overland mail and the growth of the railway system. The final appendix discusses the service Thomas Waghorn provided across Egypt between the Mediteranean and the Red Sea.
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Tett, David - A Postal History of the Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees in East Asia during the Second World War, Volume 4 Hong Kong and China 1941-1945, Captives in Cathay
Tett, David - A Postal History of the Prisoners of War and Civilian Internees in East Asia during the Second World War, Volume 4
Hong Kong and China 1941-1945, Captives in Cathay

Publisher: BFA Publishing, 2007.
Large hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, xviii + 457 pages, in Very Good condition.
The fourth volume in this magnificent series covers the story of the mails to and from Canadian, British and Indian servicemen captured in Hong Kong, the US Marines and others imprisoned in China, and civilians of many nationalities interned in Hong Kong and China. The principal concentration of Hong Kong mail was to and from the two major POW camps, Shamshuipo, and Argyle Street, and the civilian camp at Stanley. Many examples are shown with various censors and directional markings to and from these and other camps, as well as a considerable variety of inter-camp mail. In China a relatively small number of POWs were held initially in Woosung and then Kiangwan near Shanghai. Mail from and to these camps is illustrated. The civilians were held in a number of Civilian Assembly Centres in Shanghai, Yangchow and North China and mail from and to these camps is illustrated. Profusely illustrated with more than 400 illustrations, mostly in colour.
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