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 - CSC Bulletin Vol 14 No 5 - Vol 19 No 7
- CSC Bulletin
Vol 14 No 5 - Vol 19 No 7

Publisher: The Ceylon Study Circle of Great Britain, 2008-2018.
43 issues, in Very Good condition.
A good run of this journal. A mine of information for the specialist Ceylon collector.
£25.00Quantity:

Goldberg, Larry (editor) - George VI Nos. 2, 3, 6-21, 23, 24 (final issue), plus 3 special editions
Goldberg, Larry (editor) - George VI
Nos. 2, 3, 6-21, 23, 24 (final issue), plus 3 special editions

Publisher: Larry Goldberg, USA, circa 1998-2004.
23 issues, large format paperbacks, some slightly rusty staples, slight toning to edges of some issues, in Good condition.
Almost complete run (missing 4 issues only) of this excellent journal for King George VI specialists. Much excellent content on KG6 issues of the British Commonwealth. Very well illustrated in black & white and some colour.
£35.00Quantity:

 - The Postal Stationery Society Journal Nos. 3, 5, 6, 9-13, 15, 16, 18-36, 38-54, 56-60, 62-64
- The Postal Stationery Society Journal
Nos. 3, 5, 6, 9-13, 15, 16, 18-36, 38-54, 56-60, 62-64

Publisher: The Postal Stationery Society, 1994-2012.
54 issues, first 11 issues are small (A5) format, the remainder are large (A4) format, some slightly rusty staples, occasional small marks, else in Very Good condition.
Excellent publication, with much interesting content on postal stationery (with an emphasis on British postal stationery). Well illustrated (later issues in colour).
£40.00Quantity:

 - Czechout Vol. 17 No. 4 - Vol. 31 No. 1 (Whole Nos. 97-150)
- Czechout
Vol. 17 No. 4 - Vol. 31 No. 1 (Whole Nos. 97-150)

Publisher: Czechoslovak Philatelic Society of Great Britain, 1999-2013.
Paperback, 53 issues, missing one issue only (No. 147), with the cumulative index to Volumes 1-25, occasional slight signs of use else in Very Good condition.
A good long run of this excellent journal. A mine of information for collectors of the stamps and postal history of Czechoslovakia, including Bohemia & Moravia, Sudetenland, Carpatho-Ukraine, etc. Well illustrated including some colour.
£30.00Quantity:

- The Netherlands Philatelist
Volumes 1-7

Publisher: The Netherlands Philatelic Circle, Glasgow, 1949-1965.
Seven bound volumes, hardback, gilt titles to spines, red marbling to page-edges, occasional small marks but overall in Very Good condition.
Rare run of the first seven volumes of this journal. Much useful content for the collector of Netherlands and Colonies.
£100.00Quantity:

Steyn, I. (editor) - The British Journal of Russian Philately No. 81 Commemorating the Diamond Jubilee of The British Society of Russian Philately 1936-1996
Steyn, I. (editor) - The British Journal of Russian Philately No. 81
Commemorating the Diamond Jubilee of The British Society of Russian Philately 1936-1996

Publisher: The British Society of Russian Philately, London, 1996.
Large format paperback, illustrated, 152 pages, in Very Good condition.
Single issue of this excellent journal of Russian philately. A special issue commemorating the Diamond Jubilee of the Society. Well illustrated in black & white. Contents of this issue include: The "Moscow Taksa": Russian postal rates of 1783, by W.J. de Jongh; Russian Field Post in the Far East 1900-1906, by A. Epstein; Russian Perfins, by Peter Walker, etc, etc.
£7.50Quantity:

Joseph, R.L. (editor) - The British Journal of Russian Philately No. 63 1936-1986 Golden Jubilee Issue
Joseph, R.L. (editor) - The British Journal of Russian Philately No. 63
1936-1986 Golden Jubilee Issue

Publisher: The British Society of Russian Philately, London, 1986.
Large format paperback, illustrated, 136 pages, slight wear to spine else in Very Good condition.
Single issue of this excellent journal of Russian philately. A special issue commemorating the Golden Jubilee of the Society. Well illustrated in black & white. Contents of this issue include: Ship Mail from North-West Russia, by Dr Raymond Casey; Zemstvo Post of Tula District, by D. Kuznetsov; The un-numbered T.P.O.s of Imperial Russia, by Dr Edward Kossoy; Soviet Posts in Bukovina and Bessarabia 1940-1941, by M. Shmuely, etc, etc.
£6.50Quantity:

Brunström, Christer (editor) - Atalaya Nos. 13, 15-70
Brunström, Christer (editor) - Atalaya
Nos. 13, 15-70

Publisher: Christer Brunström, Halmstad, 1981-2009.
57 issues, small format (A5) paperbacks, text in English, few pencil notes to the covers, else in Very Good condition.
Scarce long run of this journal dedicated to cinderellas, "dead" countries and other philatelic oddities.
£35.00Quantity:

 - Revue Internatinale de la Philatélie Vol 3 Nos. 5 & 6
- Revue Internatinale de la Philatélie
Vol 3 Nos. 5 & 6

Publisher: A. Dufour, Rouen, 1899.
2 issues, original paper covers, text in French, pages slightly toned, remnants of stamp to front cover of each issue, in Good condition.
Two issues of this scarce early French journal. Content is mainly stamp dealers' advertisements.
£9.50Quantity:

Coutant, Guy (editor) - Opus VIII Thème central - Les jeux Olympiques/Central theme - The Olympic Games
Coutant, Guy (editor) - Opus VIII
Thème central - Les jeux Olympiques/Central theme - The Olympic Games

Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2008.
Large paperback, 235 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in English and French, slight spine-lean, corner-crease to front cover and first few pages, in Good condition.
The eighth annual publication by the AEP is devoted to the postal history and philately of the Olympic Games. Written in French or English, and with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article, plus some contents in German and Italian. Some of the content includes: Royaume de Belgique, les émissions de la VIIe Olympiade; 1924: Les Jeux Olympiques de Paris; Around the Olympic Games of Berlin in 1936 - Stamps, Usages, Meter Stamps, Cancels and More; etc. Articles on various other topics include Dr. Alfred Moschkau - Sammler und Begründer der historischen und systematischen Philatelie.
£25.00Quantity:

Coutant, Guy (editor) - Opus XI Thème central - L
Coutant, Guy (editor) - Opus XI
Thème central - L'Espagne/Central theme - Spain

Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2011.
Large paperback, 260 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in English and French, slight spine-lean, some slight wear to spine, slight corner-creases to covers, in Good condition.
The eleventh annual publication by the AEP is devoted to the postal history and philately of Spain. Written in French or English, and with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article. Some of the content includes: Les célèbres facsimilés "Seguí"; Liberal and Carlist Mail in the Basque country and Navarre 1872-1876; Madrid postmarks from their origins to 1775; etc.
£30.00Quantity:

Coutant, Guy (editor) - Opus XII Thème central - La Russie/Central theme - Russia
Coutant, Guy (editor) - Opus XII
Thème central - La Russie/Central theme - Russia

Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2012.
Large paperback, 255 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in English and French, very slight spine-lean, slight corner-creases to covers, else in Very Good condition.
The twelfth annual publication by the AEP concentrates on the postal history and philately of Russia. Written in French or English, and with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article. Some of the content includes: The First Russian Postage Stamps; Russia's postal presence and relationships with Persia till the 1920s; La campagne de Russie, 1812; Stalingrad; Soviet military censorship; "Consular" R.S.F.S.R. air mail of 1922; etc.
£30.00Quantity:

Magne, Jean-Pierre (editor) - Opus 6
Magne, Jean-Pierre (editor) - Opus 6
Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2006.
Large paperback, 189 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in several languages, slight signs of use, else in Very Good condition.
The sixth annual publication by the AEP. Containing superb articles by some of Europe's most knowledgable philatelists on aspects of (mainly) European philately and postal history. Written largely in French or English, and with some German and Italian, with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article. With some thirty articles (including several on Roumania), plus a chapter devoted to pages shown at the UPU exhibition in Berne (including Pascal Behr's Siege of Paris). Some of the content includes: Les émissions «Tête d'Aurochs» de 1858; Daguin Cancellations in Romania; The Angolan Post Office in Banana 1875-1884, etc.
£24.00Quantity:

Magne, Jean-Pierre (editor) - Opus 5
Magne, Jean-Pierre (editor) - Opus 5
Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2005.
Large paperback, 130 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in several languages, slight corner-creasing to front cover and first page, in Good condition.
The fifth annual publication by the AEP. Containing superb articles by some of Europe's most knowledgable philatelists on aspects of (mainly) European philately and postal history. Written largely in French, and some English and Italian, with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article. Some of the content includes: Les albums pour Timbres-Poste du XIXe siècle; Les «Post Office» de l'île Maurice: entre légende et réalité; The philatelic consequnces of Boundary changes in Upper Dahomey (1898-1919); Gli Uffici di Posta Militare Italiani in Turchia ed Anatolia al Termine del Primo Conflitto Mondiale, etc.
£20.00Quantity:

Barnier, Fabien (editor) - Opus 3
Barnier, Fabien (editor) - Opus 3
Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2003.
Large paperback, 111 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in several languages, corner-creasing to front cover and first few pages, some slight shelfwear, in Good condition.
The third annual publication by the AEP. Containing superb articles by some of Europe's most knowledgable philatelists on aspects of (mainly) European philately and postal history. Written largely in French, and some English, German and Italian, with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article.
£20.00Quantity:

Dutau, G. and Storch, J. (editors) - Opus 2
Dutau, G. and Storch, J. (editors) - Opus 2
Publisher: Académie Européenne de Philatélie, 2002.
Large paperback, 153 pages, colour illustrated throughout, text in several languages, slight corner-crease to rear cover and very slight shelfwear, else in Very Good condition.
The second annual publication by the AEP. Containing superb articles by some of Europe's most knowledgable philatelists on aspects of (mainly) European philately and postal history. Written largely in French, and some English, German and Italian, with short summaries in English & French at the end of each article. Some of the content includes: Les premiers timbres fiscaux de Belgique; Classic Errors of France (Part I); Salonique 1874-1875: timbres italiens, bateaux français, etc, etc.
£24.00Quantity:

 - The Ottawa Philatelist Vol. 1 Nos. 1-4
- The Ottawa Philatelist
Vol. 1 Nos. 1-4

Publisher: F.L. Chevrier & W.J. Sabourin, Ottawa, 1892-93.
Paperback, four issues, slight wear, pages toned, some creases caused by folding, in Good condition.
Complete run of all issued. Rare.
£16.00Quantity:

 - Postal History Society Bulletin Nos. 19-54 (1941-1950), 93-110 (1958-1960), & 123-146 (1963-1966)
- Postal History Society Bulletin
Nos. 19-54 (1941-1950), 93-110 (1958-1960), & 123-146 (1963-1966)

Publisher: Postal History Society, 1941-1966.
Seventeen complete years bound in five volumes, brown cloth gilt, endpapers of first three volumes heavily foxed, else in Very Good condition.
Scarce bound volumes. Exceptional articles on postal history by some of the most knowledgeable experts of their time.
£85.00Quantity:

Peterson, Chris. (editor) - The Puritan Philatelist Vol. I No. I (complete all issued)
Peterson, Chris. (editor) - The Puritan Philatelist
Vol. I No. I (complete all issued)

Publisher: Chris. Peterson, Chicago, 1894.
Paperback, 8 pages, in Good condition.
"Published Semi-Occasionally. Once or twice in a While". The only Number issued. Rare.
£10.00Quantity:

 - The Pennsylvania Philatelist Vols 1-14
- The Pennsylvania Philatelist
Vols 1-14

Publisher: Clifford W. Kissinger, Reading, 1891-1898.
Complete run of all issued, bound in four hardback volumes, recent cloth bindings with gilt titles to spines of three volumes and earlier leather labels to spine of one volume, with original paper covers retained at end of each volume, top-edges gilt, ex libris Philadelphia Free Library (one bookplate and some library stamps) and Hiram Deats (two bookplates), occasional short tears but overall in Very Good condition.
Rare complete run of all issued of this American nineteenth century philatelic journal. Contents include numerous illustrated biographies of American philatelists of the time.
£150.00Quantity:

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