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Great Britain - George V issues
Harvey, Ian - Great Britain Booklets, Production and Promotion The First 100 Years
Harvey, Ian - Great Britain Booklets, Production and Promotion
The First 100 Years

Publisher: privately published by the author, 2014.
Paperback, illustrated, viii + 48 pages, in Very Good condition.
'Hand-out' to accompany a Display to the Royal Philatelic Society London. Very well illustrated in colour.
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Marsh, Victor [pseudonym of H. Edgar Weston] and Van Gelder, Peter (editor) - Victor Marsh
Marsh, Victor [pseudonym of H. Edgar Weston] and Van Gelder, Peter (editor) - Victor Marsh's Great Britain: Abnormal Embossed Postage Stamps of King Edward VII and King George V
Publisher: The Postal Stationery Society, 1998.
75th Anniversary edition, paperback, illustrated, 32 pages, slightly rusty staples else in Very Good condition.
Reprint with additional Introduction of Victor Marsh's original 1923 publication. The booklet tells the story of how stamp-dealer H. Edgar Weston (who used the pseudonym "Victor Marsh") was able to take advantage of Post Office rules to print sheets of embossed stamps, which he then cut into pairs or other multiples and used on covers.
£6.50Quantity:

Buckingham, Keith - Nauru 1915 to 1923 A Study of the Adhesives of Great Britain overprinted for use in Nauru
Buckingham, Keith - Nauru 1915 to 1923
A Study of the Adhesives of Great Britain overprinted for use in Nauru

Publisher: British Philatelic Association, 2004.
Large format hardback, illustrated, x + 114 pages + 8 colour plates, previous owner's gift inscription to front endpaper, slight hint of spine-lean, minor signs of use, in Good condition.
Detailed work on the Nauru overprints. Very well illustrated.
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King, R.A. - The Postage Stamps of the Irish Free State
King, R.A. - The Postage Stamps of the Irish Free State
Publisher: The Vallancey Press, London, 1931.
Second edition, small paperback, illustrated, 24 pages, two holes punched for filing, light pencil annotations to margins of most pages, in Good condition.
"Stamp Collecting" Handbook No. 39. Scarce handbook on the overprints on George V issues and the first Irish issues.
£15.00Quantity:

[Christou, Akis] - Great Britain Stamps and Postal History
[Christou, Akis] - Great Britain Stamps and Postal History
Publisher: Spink, London, 2008.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 87 pages, illustrated in colour, in Very Good condition.
Nice catalogue of GB, including items from the Royal Philatelic Collection and the Gold Medal winning collection of the 1935 Silver Jubilee issue formed by Akis Christou.
£8.50Quantity:

["Fordwater"] - Great Britain The "Fordwater" Collection
["Fordwater"] - Great Britain
The "Fordwater" Collection

Publisher: Spink, London, 2012.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 115 pages, tiny mark to fore-edge, in Good condition.
Large catalogue of GB stamps from the Penny Black to QEII issues, featuring numerous QEII errors and varieties. Well illustrated in colour.
£8.50Quantity:

[Dauer, Joanne & Edward] - The Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer Collection of Great Britain
[Dauer, Joanne & Edward] - The Drs. Joanne and Edward Dauer Collection of Great Britain
Publisher: Spink, London, 2014.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 72 pages, in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of rare GB stamps, including Line-engraved and other Victorian issues, Official stamps of Queen Victoria and Edward VII, fine Edward VII, and George V issues. Very well illustrated in colour.
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 - The British Postal Museum & Archive
- The British Postal Museum & Archive
Publisher: Sotheby's, London, 2013.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 214 pages, with the prices realised, slight corner-crease at top of spine, in Good condition.
Catalogue of the sale of some spectacular archival material offered by the British Postal Museum, featuring large imperforate multiples taken from the original registration sheets. The sale included unique material from the reigns of King George V, Edward VIII, and George VI. Beautifully illustrated in colour. [The sale was expected to raise five million pounds to help fund the museum's new premises, but less than 10% of the target was reached with only 29 of the 191 lots being sold].
£15.00Quantity:

 - Postage Stamps of Great Britain
- Postage Stamps of Great Britain
Publisher: Harmers, London, 1945.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 32 pages, with the prices realised, a few small pencil marks to margins and rear cover, in Good condition.
Scarce catalogue of Great Britain, including an extensive range of 1d Blacks and other Line-engraved.
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Griffiths, Alan - 1929 Postal Union Congress
Griffiths, Alan - 1929 Postal Union Congress
Publisher: National Postal Museum, London, 1998.
Paperback, illustrated, 48 pages, in Very Good condition.
Illustrated booklet in a series of research works into why and how an issue of British stamps came about. Based on official files they illustrate in colour all the designs submitted, both adopted and unadopted, and the production stages through which they went to the final stamp. This booklet deals with the five special stamps issued to mark the Postal Union Congress held in London in 1929.
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[Stranack, Basil] - The "Basil Stranack" Collection of Great Britain
Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1955.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 48 pages, with separate brochure of Photo Plates, prices realised, some corner-creasing, in Good condition.
Scarce catalogue.
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"Golden" - The Golden Collection of Great Britain Part One - King George V to Queen Elizabeth II
"Golden" - The Golden Collection of Great Britain
Part One - King George V to Queen Elizabeth II

Publisher: Grosvenor Auctions, London, 2015.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 120 pages, with the prices realised, VG condition.
"A specialised auction of over 700 lots, the first offering from this exceptional collection presenting the issues from King George V to Queen Elizabeth II". Well illustrated in colour.
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Stone, J.W.M. - Cumulative Index to the British Philatelist
Stone, J.W.M. - Cumulative Index to the British Philatelist
Publisher: Great Britain Philatelic Society, 1983.
Special Issue of the GB Journal, paperback, iv + 24 pages, slightly rusty staples, light shelfwear, else in VG condition.
The British Philatelist was published by Charles Nissen from 1908 to 1954 and covered all aspects of British philately. A very useful Index for GB collectors.
£3.50Quantity:

 - Great Britain Stamps and Postal History
- Great Britain Stamps and Postal History
Publisher: Spink, London, 2012.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 82 pages, slight corner creases to front cover else in VG condition.
Features good Line-engraved, a nice section of the 1911 Coronation Aerial Post, etc. Very well illustrated in colour.
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Vallancey, F. Hugh - Check List of British Photogravure Stamps of King George V
Vallancey, F. Hugh - Check List of British Photogravure Stamps of King George V
Publisher: The Vallancey Press, London, 1939.
Paperback, illustrated, 20 pages, in Very Good condition.
Scarce booklet.
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Bates, Simon and Allen, Giles - 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue and 1936 Proposed George V Memorial Issue
Bates, Simon and Allen, Giles - 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue and 1936 Proposed George V Memorial Issue
Publisher: The National Postal Museum, London, 1998.
Special Stamp Histories combined Nos. 3 & 3a, paperback, illustrated, 36 pages, in Fine condition.
Third in a series of research works into why and how an issue of British stamps came about. Based on official files they illustrate in colour all the designs submitted, both adopted and unadopted, and the production stages through which they went to the final stamp. This booklet deals with the Great Britain King George V Silver Jubilee issue of 1935, and the proposed (but never issued) George V memorial issue.
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Wilkinson, Leslie - King George V Stamps Issued in Rolls
Wilkinson, Leslie - King George V Stamps Issued in Rolls
Publisher: Great Britain Philatelic Society, 1998.
first edition, paperback, iii + 47 pages, in Fine condition.
A comprehensive study of the production of Great Britain stamps in rolls during the reign of George the Fifth, since the first trial rolls were tested in 1911. With full coverage of the Downey Heads, Profile Heads, 1924/1925 British Empire Exhibition, and 1929 Postal Union Congress issues.
£10.00Quantity:

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