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Europe and Colonies - Poland
De Haene, A. - Étude sur les Faux Timbres d
De Haene, A. - Étude sur les Faux Timbres d'Europe
Publisher: Delmarcelle, Florian, 1926.
Hardback, illustrated, 369 pages + index, text in French, covers somewhat soiled, slight cracking to the outer hinges, page-edges toned, internally clean, in Good condition.
An important classic work on forgeries of Europe.
£55.00Quantity:

Barefoot, J. - Poland 1918 Locals
Barefoot, J. - Poland 1918 Locals
Publisher: J. Barefoot Ltd., York, 1999.
First edition, large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 92 pages, spine slightly sunned else in Very Good condition.
Based on their earlier work 'Poland Locals', the current book has been totally re-worked, concentrating only on the private or municipal Local delivery posts (which began operating from 1915 and ceased by 1919), and the 1918 provisional Postmaster overprints, both treated in more depth. These local issues reflect the birth of the Polish Republic and are commonly called the '1918 Locals'. Well illustrated in black & white.
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Souers, P. Clark - Forgeries of Common Stamps after World War I Eastern Front, Balkans, Caucasus
Souers, P. Clark - Forgeries of Common Stamps after World War I
Eastern Front, Balkans, Caucasus

Publisher: privately published, Pleasanton, USA, 2019.
Second edition (described as "Version 2"), paperback, illustrated, 89 pages, in Very Good condition.
Useful handbook on the commonly found forgeries of post-First World War I Eastern Europe, featuring Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Hungary, Poland, Russian Civil War, Ukraine, and others. Profusely illustrated in colour.
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Kay, George K. and Negus, Ron - Polish Exile Mail in Great Britain 1939-1949
A decade of Polish Forces postal history

Publisher: J.Barefoot Ltd, York, 1999.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 250 pages, in Very Good condition.
Useful reference work on the Polish Government in Exile's postal services during and immediately after World War II. Illustrated in black & white.
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Kahn, Henry F. - The Third Reich Concentration Camp and Ghetto Mail System under the Nazi Regime
Kahn, Henry F. - The Third Reich
Concentration Camp and Ghetto Mail System under the Nazi Regime

Publisher: Judaica Historical Philatelic Society, New York, 1966.
Paperback, illustrated, 28 pages, slightly rusty staples else in Very Good condition.
Scarce monograph. Well illustrated in black & white.
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Kay, G.K. - Postal Place Names in Poland A Philatelic Gazetteer
Kay, G.K. - Postal Place Names in Poland
A Philatelic Gazetteer

Publisher: privately published, Edinburgh, 1992.
Paperback, 390 pages, with addenda & corrigenda loosely inserted, Introduction and explanation of how to use the gazetteer in English, German & Polish, slight twist to the binding, previous owner's name inside front cover, foxing to top page-edges, internally clean, a Good working copy.
A very useful comprehensive listing of postal place names which are, or were, used in territories forming part of the Polish state. Based on study of official postal directories and other lists, articles and maps, it also contains information on the different foreign administrations at various periods of time and the names these administrations used.
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[Cihangir] - The Cihangir Collection of Worldwide Postal History (Part I)
[Cihangir] - The Cihangir Collection of Worldwide Postal History (Part I)
Publisher: Corinphila, Zurich, 2000.
Auction catalogue, large hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 461 pages, with the prices realised, text in English, German & French, sunning to the dustwrapper spine and a little creasing to the edges, else in Very Good collection.
Catalogue of the first part of this huge and spectacular collection. Over 3000 lots, featuring Russia & Russian Levant; Polish Levant; Albania; Incoming Mail to the Levant and Holy Land; Austrian Levant; Holy Land & Palestine; Egypt; French Levant; German Levant etc. Illustrated in colour.
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[Rachmanow, Wladimir] - The Wladimir Rachmanow Collection of The Kingdom of Poland
[Rachmanow, Wladimir] - The Wladimir Rachmanow Collection of The Kingdom of Poland
Publisher: Warwick & Warwick, Warwick, 2010.
Auction catalogue, large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 72 pages, with the prices realised, slight creasing to rear cover else in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of perhaps the greatest collection ever formed of Kingdom of Poland postal history. Scarce.
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[Bojanowicz, M.A.] - Poland The M.A. Bojanowicz Collection
[Bojanowicz, M.A.] - Poland
The M.A. Bojanowicz Collection

Publisher: Corinphila, Zurich, 1999.
Auction catalogue, hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 111 pages, dustwrapper sunned in places, slightest hint of spine-lean, in Good condition.
Catalogue of the greatest collection of Poland No.1 ever formed. Featuring early postal history, postal stationery with 1858-59 trial usage and provisionals, 1860 Warsaw local, Russian stamps used in Poland featuring some of the most renowned covers from the Fabergé collection bearing the first stamp of Russia, and, of course, the famous collection of the 1860 10 kopek. Illustrated in colour.
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Zbierski, Marek - Polskie Taryfy Pocztowe 1918-1939
Zbierski, Marek - Polskie Taryfy Pocztowe 1918-1939
Publisher: Mars-Graf, Poznan, 2003.
Large hardback, illustrated, 561 pages, text in Polish, with Summaries in English and German, sunning (fading) to spine and front cover, tiny nick to foot of spine else in Very Good condition.
A large, comprehensive manual of Polish postal rates.
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[Steczynski, Myron E.] - Poland, The "Myron E. Steczynski" Collection
[Steczynski, Myron E.] - Poland, The "Myron E. Steczynski" Collection
Publisher: Stanley Gibbons Auctions Ltd., London, 1967-69.
Auction catalogues, paperbacks, 50 pages + 4 plates, 46 pages + 11 plates, 40 pages + 7 plates, 68 pages + 8 plates, parts 2 and 3 with prices realised, slight wear to covers, final portion quite creased at corners, in Good condition.
Four "All World" catalogues featuring all four portions of the important Steczynski collection of Poland. Scarce complete set.
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Richet, Roger - Les diverses émissions et oblitérations de la Russie Subcarpathique et de la Slovaquie du Sud (1860-1965)
Richet, Roger - Les diverses émissions et oblitérations de la Russie Subcarpathique et de la Slovaquie du Sud
(1860-1965)

Publisher: L'Échangiste Universel, no date (circa 1968).
Paperback, illustrated, 63 pages, text in French, covers quite soiled, some loose pages, a Good working copy.
Rare work on the various stamps issued in the Carpatho-Ukraine region. Very well illustrated.
£24.00Quantity:

 - Polen, Die "Weichsel" Sammlung (Teil 1) Österreich, Die "Fürst Rakoczi" Sammlung
- Polen, Die "Weichsel" Sammlung (Teil 1)
Österreich, Die "Fürst Rakoczi" Sammlung

Publisher: Heinrich Köhler, Wiesbaden, 2001.
Auction catalogue, large paperback, illustrated, 88 pages, text in German, front cover a little creased else in Very Good condition.
Excellent reference catalogue featuring Kingdom of Poland and classic Austrian Empire. Very well illustrated in colour.
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 - The Stamp Specialist Coral Book
- The Stamp Specialist
Coral Book

Publisher: H.L. Lindquist, New York, 1945.
Hardback, original paper covered boards, illustrated, 127 pages, corners and head & tail of spine rubbed with a little loss, in Good condition.
One of a series of twenty volumes published throughout the 1940s. Each Stamp Specialist volume contains a number of excellent articles on a wide range of philatelic and postal history subjects written by some of the great philatelists of the time. This volume includes articles on Russian Zemstvos by Hans Lagerloef, Early Postal History of Peru, Poland Postal Stationery, US Overrun Nations Series Flag Stamps, etc.
£9.50Quantity:

 - The Stamp Specialist Emerald Book
- The Stamp Specialist
Emerald Book

Publisher: H.L. Lindquist, New York, 1946.
Hardback, original paper covered boards, illustrated, 135 pages, spine and covers partially sunned, small piece lost from foot of spine, in Good condition.
One of a series of twenty volumes published throughout the 1940s. Each Stamp Specialist volume contains a number of excellent articles on a wide range of philatelic and postal history subjects written by some of the great philatelists of the time. This volume includes a major article on Confederate States of America by Ashbrook, also Trans-Atlantic Mails by Frank Staff, Poland postal stationery, etc.
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