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British Commonwealth - British West Africa
[Hudson, James F.] - The James F. Hudson Collection of British Africa - Part I
[Hudson, James F.] - The James F. Hudson Collection of British Africa - Part I
Publisher: Spink, London, 2015.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 167 pages, slight scratch-mark to front cover, in Good condition.
Large catalogue featuring superb Nigerias, Gold Coast, Sierra Leone, Cape of Good Hope, Rhodesia & Nyasaland Airmails, etc. Well illustrated in colour.
£8.50Quantity:

Proud, E.B. - The Postal History of Gold Coast
Proud, E.B. - The Postal History of Gold Coast
Publisher: Proud-Bailey Co., 1995.
First edition, hardback, dustwrapper, 528 pages + colour plates, in Very Good condition.
Another excellent volume in the series of Proud British Empire postal history handbooks. With the author's usual combination of fascinating background information, reprinting of postal documents, and thorough listing, illustrating and valuation of the postal markings. Includes a chapter on Togo under British Administration 1914-120. Very well illustrated with postmark illustrations, maps, photographs etc. and with eight pages of colour plates.
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McCaig, Colin - The Postal History and Handstamps of British West Africa
McCaig, Colin - The Postal History and Handstamps of British West Africa
Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1978.
Paperback, illustrated, 64 pages, in Very Good condition.
A useful general study of the postal history of each of the West African colonies - The Gambia, Sierra Leone, Gold Coast, Northern and Southern Nigeria, Niger Territories, Oil Rivers, Lagos, and Fernando Po. Very well illustrated in black & white. Out of print and scarce.
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Ince, Jack and Sacher, John - The Postal Services of the British Nigeria Region prior to 1914 including the British Consular Post Office in Fernando Po
Ince, Jack and Sacher, John - The Postal Services of the British Nigeria Region prior to 1914
including the British Consular Post Office in Fernando Po

Publisher: The Royal Philatelic Society, London, 1992.
Large hardback, dustwrapper, xix + 556 pages + xvi colour plates, errata page loosely inserted, dustwrapper in Poor condition - several tears with loss of some small pieces and spotting to verso, very slight bend to the covers, slight dusty marks to the page-edges, contents clean, a Good working copy.
Huge work covering the stamps, postal history, and postal markings of Fernando Po, Lagos, Niger Territories, British Protectorates of the Oil Rivers and Niger Coast, Northern Nigeria, and Southern Nigeria. Very well illustrated. Out of print.
£50.00Quantity:

Proud, E.B. - The Postal History of Nigeria
Proud, E.B. - The Postal History of Nigeria
Publisher: Proud-Bailey Co., 1995.
First edition, hardback, original red cloth (no dustwrapper), illustrated, 888 pages, minimal signs of use else in Very Good condition.
A large volume in the series of Proud British Empire postal history handbooks. With the author's usual combination of fascinating background information, reprinting of postal documents, and thorough listing, illustrating and valuation of the postal markings. Very well illustrated with postmark illustrations, and photographs.
£45.00Quantity:

Martin, Jeremy and Walton, Frank - Togo - The Postal History of the Anglo-French Occupation 1914-1922
Martin, Jeremy and Walton, Frank - Togo - The Postal History of the Anglo-French Occupation
1914-1922

Publisher: West Africa Study Circle, 1995.
First edition, large format (A4) hardback, original brown cloth with gilt title to spine, illustrated, 108 pages, some foxing to the upper page-edges and to the title-page, in Good condition.
Useful handbook on the postal history aspects of the Anglo-French occuaption of Togo.
£18.00Quantity:

Duggan, Peter - Togo Overprints on Stamps of the Gold Coast 1915-1920
Duggan, Peter - Togo Overprints on Stamps of the Gold Coast 1915-1920
Publisher: West Africa Study Circle, 2005.
First edition, large format (A4) hardback, original blue cloth with gilt title to spine, illustrated, x + 135 pages, in Very Good condition.
Excellent handbook. Well illustrated, including colour plates.
£20.00Quantity:

Priddy, Barbara (editor) - West African Airmails The McCaig and Porter Collections
Priddy, Barbara (editor) - West African Airmails
The McCaig and Porter Collections

Publisher: West Africa Study Circle, UK, 2002.
First edition, large format (A4) hardback, original blue cloth binding with gold title to spine, illustrated, 168 pages, in Very Good condition.
An excellent work which reproduces (mainly in back & white) pages from the McCaig and Porter collections along with an Introduction by the editor, maps and several pages of colour illustrations.
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Dalwick, R.E.R. - Togo and its Occupation Stamps
Dalwick, R.E.R. - Togo and its Occupation Stamps
Publisher: Stamp Collecting, London, 1915.
"Stamp Collecting" Handbook No. 3. Paperback, illustrated, 42 pages, ex libris Huddersfield Philatelic Society with a label to spine and another inside front cover, edges of covers a little chipped, in Good condition.
Scarce early handbook on the Anglo-French Occupation overprints on the stamps of the former German colony.
£14.50Quantity:

[Sacher, John] - West Africa Post-U.P.U. Postal History The John Sacher Collection
[Sacher, John] - West Africa Post-U.P.U. Postal History
The John Sacher Collection

Publisher: Spink, London, 2009.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 200 pages, in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of 696 lots, featuring late 19th century covers of Oil Rivers/Niger Coast Protectorate, Gold Coast, Sierra Leone, Togo, etc. Illustrated in colour.
£12.50Quantity:

Walton, FL; Mackin, MT and Nelson, RCJ - Indexes to the Post Offices of the Gold Coast 1875-1957
Walton, FL; Mackin, MT and Nelson, RCJ - Indexes to the Post Offices of the Gold Coast
1875-1957

Publisher: West Africa Study Circle, 1991.
Large format (A4) paperback, 12 pages, minor signs of use else in Very Good condition.
Useful listing of Post Offices (both alphabetically and reverse alphabetically for identifying partial postmarks) designed to be used in conjunction with MT Mackin's in depth study.
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Mackin, M.T. - The Gold Coast - The Post Offices/Agencies and their Cancellations 1875-1957
Mackin, M.T. - The Gold Coast - The Post Offices/Agencies and their Cancellations 1875-1957
Publisher: West Africa Study Circle, 1990.
Second (revised & enlarged) edition, large (A4) paperback, illustrated, 172 pages, slight corner-creasing to the covers, minor dusty marks to the page-edges, internally clean, in Good condition.
Comprehensive classification of Gold Coast cancellations, with types, earliest and latest dates, etc. Very well illustrated.
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Martin, J.J. and Walton, F.L. - West African Censorship World War I and II
Martin, J.J. and Walton, F.L. - West African Censorship
World War I and II

Publisher: West Africa Study Circle, 1993.
First edition, large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 101 pages, some slight marks to the covers, very slight foxing to upper edges, in Good condition.
Fine work with good illustrations. Covering Ascension, Cameroon, Gambia, Gold Coast, Nigeria, St Helena, Sierra Leone and Togo.
£12.00Quantity:

Walton, F.L. - The Postmarks of Sierra Leone 1854 to 1961
Walton, F.L. - The Postmarks of Sierra Leone
1854 to 1961

Publisher: The West Africa Study Circle, 1990.
First edition, large format paperback, spiralbound, 128 pages, in Very Good condition.
Comprehensive, illustrated handbook/catalogue of Sierra Leone postmarks.
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Greenwood, Charles H. - Togo: The Stamps of the British and French Occupations
Greenwood, Charles H. - Togo: The Stamps of the British and French Occupations
Publisher: D. Field, London, 1916.
Paperback, illustrated, 57 pages, spine sunned and very slightly rubbed else in Very Good condition.
"W.E.P." Philatelic Handbook No. 11. Scarce work on the stamps of the Anglo-French occupation of the former German colony during the First World War.
£22.00Quantity:

 - [Gold Coast] The Post Office Handbook Regulations made by the Postmaster-General under section 52 of the Post Office Ordinance (Cap.198)
- [Gold Coast] The Post Office Handbook
Regulations made by the Postmaster-General under section 52 of the Post Office Ordinance (Cap.198)

Publisher: no publishing details stated, circa 1936-40.
Paperback, no covers, 45 pages, in Very Good condition.
Much useful postal information. Rare.
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Poole, Bertram W.H. - The Postage Stamps of Sierra Leone
Poole, Bertram W.H. - The Postage Stamps of Sierra Leone
Publisher: D. Field, London, 1911.
Paperback, illustrated, 28 pages, slightly rusty staples, tiny corner-creases to a few pages, in Good condition.
The "W.E.P." Series of Philatelic Handbooks No. 6. Scarce.
£18.00Quantity:

Poole, Bertram W.H. - The Postage Stamps of the Gold Coast
Poole, Bertram W.H. - The Postage Stamps of the Gold Coast
Publisher: D. Field, London, 1910.
Paperback, illustrated, 28 pages, staples rusty, covers slightly sunned, in Good condition.
The "W.E.P." Series of Philatelic Handbooks No. 4. Scarce.
£18.00Quantity:

Proud, E.B. - The Postal History of Sierra Leone
Proud, E.B. - The Postal History of Sierra Leone
Publisher: Proud-Bailey Co., 1994.
First edition, hardback, dustwrapper, 472 pages + colour plates, in Very Good condition.
Another excellent volume in the series of Proud British Empire postal history handbooks. With the author's usual combination of fascinating background information, reprinting of postal documents, and thorough listing, illustrating and valuation of the postal markings. With detailed chapters listing postal rates, marine sailings and airmail flights. Very well illustrated with postmark illustrations, maps, photographs etc. and with eight pages of colour plates.
£30.00Quantity:

 - A Chart of the Western Coast of Africa, from the twelfth degree of Latitude North to the eleventh degree South, with the adjacent Islands. Drawn from the French Chart of the Western Ocean published in 1738, by order of the Count de Maurepas
- A Chart of the Western Coast of Africa, from the twelfth degree of Latitude North to the eleventh degree South, with the adjacent Islands. Drawn from the French Chart of the Western Ocean published in 1738, by order of the Count de Maurepas
Publisher: Barbot, Smith & Marchaise, nd [circa 1750s].
9¾" x 7¾", hand coloured, upper border cropped a little tight, surface rubbed in a tiny spot at top left corner, in Good condition.
Rare early hand coloured map of West Africa.
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