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Middle East and Levant - Egypt
Kehr, Ernest A. - The 20th Century Stamps of Egypt
Kehr, Ernest A. - The 20th Century Stamps of Egypt
Publisher: Chambers Publishing Co, Michigan, 1942.
Paperback, illustrated, 47 pages, a little mild foxing else in Very Good condition.
A scarce, well illustrated work covering the Postage Stamp issues, Officials, Airmails, Postage Dues, Special Delivery, and Military Seals.

Melville, Fred J. - Egypt
Melville, Fred J. - Egypt
Publisher: Stanley Gibbons Ltd., London, 1915.
Melville Stamp Books No. 20, first edition, paperback, 81 pages, two inch tear to front cover at bottom of spine, rusty staples, mild foxing to half-title page, other pages clean, overall in Good condition.
Scarce Melville publication. With chapters on The Post in Egypt, The "Arabesque" Issue of 1866, The First Sphinx Issue, The Surface-Printed Sphinx, The 1878 Provisionals, Advent of De La Rue, etc, etc. Well illustrated.

Balian, Leon - Stamps of Egypt, Book Two
Balian, Leon - Stamps of Egypt, Book Two
Publisher: privately published by the author, 2007.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, xvi + 304 pages + map, in Fine condition.
This volume updates information covered in Book One, and continues the listing of new issues from 1998 to 2007. It also features new sections on French Post Offices in Egypt and plate flaws of the Commemorative stamps 1940-1980. Well illustrated, including much in colour.

Sears, John - The Airmails of Egypt
Sears, John - The Airmails of Egypt
Publisher: privately published, Middlesex, 1990.
First edition, large hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 183 pages, some wear to the dustwrapper, slight hint of spine-lean, in Good condition..
Excellent handbook. Includes Pioneer/Survey Flights, Emergency Air Mail of 1919, Cairo-Baghdad Air Mail, 1931 Zeppelin Flight, Air Mail Stamps, Rates, Airgraphs, Aerogrammes, Cachets, etc.

[Burrus, Maurice] - The "Burrus" Greece and Egypt
[Burrus, Maurice] - The "Burrus" Greece and Egypt
Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1962.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated in black & white, 60 pages, with a photocopy of the prices realised, in Very Good condition.
Maurice Burrus was the last and the greatest of the famous general collectors. His vast stamp collection brought him a profound knowledge of philately and many of his studies demonstrated this ability. Almost every rarity was represented in his collection and it even exceeded in size, value and specialisation, that formed by Ferrary. The dispersal of the Burrus collection took five years and seventy-five separate auctions or private treaty sales. This Burrus catalogue features 438 lots of Greece, including a vast and magnificent array of the 1861 Paris Printing of the first issue, followed by sections of all the subsequent printings, plus later issues. The 116 lots of Egypt feature stamps and covers of the 1866 issue, the 1867-69 issue, 1872-79 issues, and later issues.

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