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Mackay, James A. - Mull, Iona, Coll and Tiree
Mackay, James A. - Mull, Iona, Coll and Tiree
Publisher: privately published, Dumfries, 1979.
Large (A4) paperback, 37 pages + 5 plates, a few tiny marks to the covers, slight crease to front cover, in Good condition.
Ninth book in James Mackay's series on the postal history of the Scottish Islands. This volume deals with the Inner Hebridean islands of Mull, Iona, Coll, and Tiree. The postal history of the islands is described in detail, and all the known postal markings are illustrated.
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Mackay, James A. - Skye & The Small Isles
Mackay, James A. - Skye & The Small Isles
Publisher: privately published, Dumfries, 1978.
Large (A4) paperback, 70 pages + 10 plates, slight crease to front cover, a few small marks, in Good condition.
Fourth book in James Mackay's series on the postal history of the Scottish Islands. This volume deals with Skye and the offshore isles of Raasay, Soay, Pabay, Canna, Eigg, and Rum. The postal history of the islands is described in detail, and all the known postal markings are illustrated.
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Mackay, James A. - Lewis
Mackay, James A. - Lewis
Publisher: privately published, Dumfries, 1978.
Large (A4) paperback, 62 pages + 8 plates, one or two minor marks to the covers else in Very Good condition.
Third book in James Mackay's series on the postal history of the Scottish Islands. This volume deals with the island of Lewis. The postal history of the island is described in detail, and all the known postal markings are illustrated. Contents: Introduction; Maritime Communications; Stornoway; Air Services; The Rural Posts of Lewis; The Sub Post Offices and their Postmarks.
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Mackay, James A. - The Uists & Barra
Mackay, James A. - The Uists & Barra
Publisher: privately published, Dumfries, 1978.
Large (A4) paperback, 57 pages + 8 plates, slight foxing and minor marks to the covers, couple of tiny nicks to the edge of the rear cover, in Good condition.
Second book in James Mackay's series on the postal history of the Scottish Islands. This volume deals with the Uists and Barra. The postal history of the islands is described in detail, and all the known postal markings are illustrated. Contents: Introduction; The Uist - Dunvegan Packets; North Uist; Benbecula; South Uist; Eriskay; Barra.
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Mackay, James A. - Harris & St. Kilda
Mackay, James A. - Harris & St. Kilda
Publisher: privately published, Dumfries, 1978.
Large (A4) paperback, 30 pages + 3 plates, slight foxing and minor marks to the covers, pages clean, in Good condition.
The first book in James Mackay's series on the postal history of the Scottish Islands. This volume deals with Harris and St. Kilda. The postal history of the islands is described in detail, and all the known postal markings are illustrated.
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Mackay, James A. - Scottish Numeral Postmarks
Mackay, James A. - Scottish Numeral Postmarks
Publisher: privately published, Dumfries, 1987.
Large (A4) paperback, illustrated, 196 pages, in Very Good condition.
This book deals with the numbers allocated to Post Offices in Scotland from 1844 onwards, and used in obliterators, double stamps and combined date and obliterating stamps down to the beginning of the twentieth century. From the 1880s until 1924, these numbers were also employed in charge and explanatory marks and in examiners' triangular stamps, all of which are surveyed here for the first time in depth. Well illustrated.
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Mackay, James A. - Scottish Post Offices
Mackay, James A. - Scottish Post Offices
Publisher: privately published by the author, Dumfries, 1989.
Large (A4) paperback, 127 pages, in Very Good condition.
A detailed study of Scotland's Post Offices, with a comprehensive alphabetical listing. Includes their inception, grade of office, closure where applicable, and any related history.
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Mackay, James A. - Sub Office Rubber Datestamps of England & Wales
Mackay, James A. - Sub Office Rubber Datestamps of England & Wales
Publisher: privately publiahed by the author, Dumfries, 1986.
Large (A4) paperback, illustrated, 466 pages, in Very Good condition.
A very large work dealing with the rubber datestamps (or Climax daters to give them their official name) issued to minor sub-offices from the 1880s through to the 1930s. Profusely illustrated, with more than ten thousand postmarks illustrated!
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Hiscocks, S.R. - Telegraph & Telephone Stamps of the World A Priced and Annotated Catalogue
Hiscocks, S.R. - Telegraph & Telephone Stamps of the World
A Priced and Annotated Catalogue

Publisher: privately published, Oxford, 1982.
Paperback, illustrated, x + 365 pages, few slight dusty marks/spots of foxing to the page-edges, internally clean, in Very Good condition.
Useful catalogue. Scarce.
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Hill, Wing Commander Roderic - The Baghdad Air Mail
Hill, Wing Commander Roderic - The Baghdad Air Mail
Publisher: Nonsuch Publishing, Stroud, 2005.
Reprint of the rare 1929 original, paperback (pictorial card covers), illustrated, 251 pages + maps, some creasing to the rear cover, in Good condition.
Wing Commander Hill's memoir of his time flying the RAF's Air Mail Route from Cairo to Baghdad.
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[Mahfood, Joseph M.] - The Joseph M. Mahfood Collection of Jamaica
[Mahfood, Joseph M.] - The Joseph M. Mahfood Collection of Jamaica
Publisher: Spink Shreves, New York, 2011.
Auction catalogue, hardback, illustrated, 117 pages, small dent to fore-edge of front cover else in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of a superb collection featuring pre-stamp postal history, GB used in Jamaica, issued stamps, proofs & essays, etc. Well illustrated in colour.
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Tabeart, Colin - Admiralty Mediterranean Steam Packets 1830 to 1857
Tabeart, Colin - Admiralty Mediterranean Steam Packets 1830 to 1857
Publisher: James Bendon, Limassol, 2002.
First edition, hardback, illustrated, xvi + 278 pages, minor signs of use, some slight marks to the covers, pages fine, in Good condition.
An important study of the Admiralty packet service from Falmouth to Malta, Corfu and Alexandria, which became an important part of the route to India five years before the P&O service to Egypt began. Out of print and scarce.
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Proud, Edward B. - The Postal History of British Air Mails
Proud, Edward B. - The Postal History of British Air Mails
Publisher: Proud-Bailey Co. Ltd., 1991.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 576 pages, signed dedication to title-page from the author to the previous owner, slight shelfwear to the dustwrapper, minor signs of use else in Very Good condition.
Excellent, much-needed, handbook covering the postal history of British Airmails. Beginning with the pre-First World War era (the first British Air Mail acceptance was during the Franco-Prussian War) and covering the development of Air Mail Services, Routes and Rates up to the end of 1945. The book covers "true Aerial Postal History" only, i.e. services which were available to the general public. A large volume, well illustrated with photographs, maps etc. As usual with Proud publications, valuations for covers are listed throughout.
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Booth, R.G. - Catalogue of the Revenue Stamps of the United Kingdom, Isle of Man, Channel Islands & Éire
Booth, R.G. - Catalogue of the Revenue Stamps of the United Kingdom, Isle of Man, Channel Islands & Éire
Publisher: privately published by the author, 1989.
Looseleaf pages in large two-ring binder, xxxvi + 800 pages, upper page-edges quite foxed else in Very Good condition.
The most comprehensive work on United Kingdom revenues. Illustrated in black & white. Long out of print and hard to find.
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Aitink, Hans E. - Luchtpost onder invloed van oorlogsomstandigheden
Aitink, Hans E. - Luchtpost onder invloed van oorlogsomstandigheden
Publisher: Nederlandse Vereniging van Poststukken- en Poststempelverzamelaars, 2010.
Paperback, illustrated, 264 pages, text in Dutch, tiny scuff to edge of rear cover else in Very Good condition.
Superb handbook on World War II Airmails. Very well illustrated in colour.
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Pawlyn, Tony - The Falmouth Packets 1689-1851
Pawlyn, Tony - The Falmouth Packets
1689-1851

Publisher: Truran Books, Cornwall, 2003.
First edition, paperback (pictorial card covers), illustrated, 144 pages, corner of front cover slightly rubbed/creased else in Very Good condition.
Interesting history of the Falmouth packet service. Well illustrated. [Non-philatelic]
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 - 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).
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Mackay, James A. - Scottish Postmarks
From 1693 to the Present Time

Publisher: privately published by the author, Dumfries, 1978.
Two volumes (text & plates), large format (A4) paperbacks, 140 + circa 50 pages, slight marks to the covers else in Very Good condition.
Scarce study of Scottish postal markings.
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Stone, Jeffrey C. - The Northeast of Scotland A Philatelic Miscellany
Stone, Jeffrey C. - The Northeast of Scotland
A Philatelic Miscellany

Publisher: Aberdeen & North of Scotland Philatelic Society, 1985.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, iii + 63 pages, a few small marks to the covers else in Very Good condition.
Several interesting articles, including: A Short Postal History of Aberdeen, by W.L. Falconer; The Post Office Mechanisation Programme in the Northeast of Scotland, by J.M. Cooper; An Introduction to the Postmarks of Aberdeen; Grampian Mail by Rail, by J.J. Waterman; Recorded Use of Scots Local Namestamps in Aberdeenshire and Kincardineshire 1840-1860, by R.A. Stables; P.J. Anderson - Philatelic Archaeologist and Bibliographer, by J.C. Stone.
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Auckland, Bruce and Stables, Ron - Postal Markings of Scotland to 1840
Auckland, Bruce and Stables, Ron - Postal Markings of Scotland to 1840
Publisher: The Scottish Postal History Society, 1995.
Second edition, large (A4) paperback, card covers, xii + 198 pages, very slight corner-creasing, else in Very Good condition.
A first-rate handbook, similar in style to the Willcocks & Jay British County Catalogues, listing details of all the types of postal markings in use in Scotland before the introduction of adhesive postage stamps in 1840. Very well illustrated with illustrations of the standard types and of the Edinburgh and Glasgow types, and special types; and with maps showing locations of post towns, receiving houses, postal routes, etc. With a price-guide for each mark listed. Substantially larger than the first edition, this is the definitive handbook on the subject.
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