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Great Britain - Local Postal History
Hall, Arthur W.G. - The Post Office at Nottingham
Hall, Arthur W.G. - The Post Office at Nottingham
Publisher: privately published, Nottingham, 1947.
Hardback, original green cloth gilt, 152 pages + plates, in Very Good condition.
A fine local postal history study. Well illustrated.
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Mynott, Malcolm T. - The Postal History of Preston, Garstang and the Fylde of Lancashire From the Civil War to 1902
Mynott, Malcolm T. - The Postal History of Preston, Garstang and the Fylde of Lancashire
From the Civil War to 1902

Publisher: Preston & District Philatelic Society, 1987.
Large (A4) paperback, [v] + 145 pages, illustrated, remnants of a paper label to rear cover else in Very Good condition.
No. 24 of a limited edition of 250 copies. Scarce.
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Walker, Derek - The British County Catalogue of Sussex Postal History
Walker, Derek - The British County Catalogue of Sussex Postal History
Publisher: Sussex Postal History Society, no date.
Third edition, large format (A4) paperback, comb-bound, illustrated, [iv] + 29 pages, some sunning to the covers, in Good condition.
Update of the Sussex section of the British County Catalogue of Postal History.
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 - The Oxfordshire Local Posts A Supplement to "The Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840"
- The Oxfordshire Local Posts
A Supplement to "The Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840"

Publisher: The Midland (GB) Postal History Society, 2009.
Large format (A4) paperback, comb-bound, 44 pages, illustrated, in Very Good condition.

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Robinson, Fred - Selsey Post Office A Brief History
Robinson, Fred - Selsey Post Office
A Brief History

Publisher: privately published, 1998.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 24 pages, some creasing to the front cover, in Good condition.
Very rarely seen local postal history study.
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Parkin, Stephen (editor) - Postal Markings of Scotland to 1840 Edinburgh & Leith and the Edinburgh District Offices
Parkin, Stephen (editor) - Postal Markings of Scotland to 1840
Edinburgh & Leith and the Edinburgh District Offices

Publisher: Scottish Postal History Society, 2014.
First edition, large format paperback (pictorial card covers), illustrated, iii + 147 pages, in Very Good condition.
An update of the Edinburgh and Leith sections of the second edition of the Scottish pre-stamp handbook by Auckland & Stables. Well illustrated in colour.
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Watson, Norman - The Postal History of Perth 1900-2000
Watson, Norman - The Postal History of Perth 1900-2000
Publisher: Perth Philatelic Society, 2006.
First edition, hardback, original blue cloth gilt, dustwrapper, illustrated, 96 pages, signed by the author to title-page, foxing and marks to verso of dustwrapper, in Good condition.
The postal history of the Scottish city in the 20th century. Very well illustrated in colour.
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Whitney, Dr. J.T. - Isle of Man Stamps and Postal History
Whitney, Dr. J.T. - Isle of Man Stamps and Postal History
Publisher: BPH Publications, 1981.
Fourth edition, hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 312 pages, dustwrapper slightly rubbed, a little foxing and toning to the page-edges, internally clean, in Good condition.
Useful handbook.
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Ayres, George - History of the Mail Routes to Ireland until 1850
Ayres, George - History of the Mail Routes to Ireland until 1850
Publisher: privately published, 2011.
First edition, paperback, 134 pages, small dent to lower edge else in Very Good condition.
The history of the development of the mail routes from London and Edinburgh to all ports that were used to convey mail to Ireland up to 1850.
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Gurney, David - The Postal History of the Jersey Sub-Post Offices
Gurney, David - The Postal History of the Jersey Sub-Post Offices
Publisher: C.I.S.S. Publishing, 2001.
Large paperback, spiralbound, illustrated, [viii] + 376 pages, with separate valuation guide in pocket at end, corner-creases to the front cover and some pages, in Good condition.
A large, comprehensive work. Well illustrated in black & white.
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Brumell, George - The Local Posts of London 1680-1840 With a description of the postmarks used therein
Brumell, George - The Local Posts of London 1680-1840
With a description of the postmarks used therein

Publisher: R. C. Alcock Ltd., 1938.
Paperback, illustrated, 91 pages, slight vertical crease, minor signs of use, in Good condition.
"Philatelic Adviser" Handbook No. 2. A scarce history of Dockwra's Penny Post, the Government Penny Post, and the Twopenny Post. With details of the postmarks used by each. Well illustrated.
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Beith, Richard - Yorkshire Air Mails A chronological history of aerophilatelic events with Yorkshire connections
Beith, Richard - Yorkshire Air Mails
A chronological history of aerophilatelic events with Yorkshire connections

Publisher: Yorkshire Postal History Society, 1983.
Paperback, illustrated, 70 pages, some dusty marks and foxing to the covers, pages clean, in Good condition.
Limited edition of 400 copies. An interesting look at the history of Air Mail in Yorkshire, including official Yorkshire air mails, the early Doncaster Aviation meetings, notes on RAF Post Offices in Yorkshire and details of commemorative postmarks. With good black & white illustrations of covers and postmarks.
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 - London Post Offices & Streets June 1937
- London Post Offices & Streets
June 1937

Publisher: HMSO, London, 1937.
Paperback, 300 pages, with 14pp Supplement, in Very Good condition.
Scarce.
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Newport, O.W. and Sussex, John - The Post in Liverpool
Newport, O.W. and Sussex, John - The Post in Liverpool
Publisher: National Museums & Galleries on Merseyside, 1988.
Large paperback, pictorial card covers, illustrated, 59 pages, covers a little rubbed at edges else in Very Good condition.
Postal history study of Liverpool published to accompany an exhibition. Beautifully illustrated in colour throughout.
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Austen, Brian - English Provincial Posts 1633-1840 A study based on Kent examples
Austen, Brian - English Provincial Posts 1633-1840
A study based on Kent examples

Publisher: Phillimore, 1978.
First edition, hardback, dustwrapper, viii + 192 pages, dustwrapper price-clipped and very slightly rubbed at edges, slightest hint of spine-lean, in Good condition.
A detailed study of the methods by which the Post Office ran services outside of London prior to 1840; the recruitment of local staff and their conditions of employment, and what coverage was provided by official, semi-official and private means. Attention has been focused on the posts serving Kent and East Sussex, which include the main post roads to Dover and to Hastings and Rye. A scholarly work of economic and social history, which should also be of interest to postal historians.
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 - Forschungsgemeinschaft Grossbritannien Rundbriefe Nos. 62-76
- Forschungsgemeinschaft Grossbritannien Rundbriefe
Nos. 62-76

Publisher: ForGe Grossbritannien e.V., Germany, 1985-88.
Nos. 62-70 privately comb-bound with card rear cover, other issues unbound, text in German, a few dusty marks and slight signs of use, in Good condition.
An excellent journal with high quality articles on British stamps and postal history. Well illustrated in black & white.
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Blair, Neil - The Postal History of Perth
Blair, Neil - The Postal History of Perth
Publisher: Woods Of Perth, 1976.
Paperback, illustrated, iv + 27 pages, slightly rusty staples, minor dusty marks to the covers, in Good condition.
The postal history and postal markings of the Scottish city up to the end of the 19th century.
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Warn, Ian M. - Bristol 5th Clause & Penny Posts 1793 to 1840
Warn, Ian M. - Bristol 5th Clause & Penny Posts
1793 to 1840

Publisher: The Postal History Society, 1980.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, vii + 142 pages + plates + folding table, with separate Rarity Guide loosely inserted, ex libris National Postal Museum with their inkstamp to front endpaper and label to dustwrapper spine, inscription to the NPM signed by the author to front endpaper, short tear to dustwrapper (now in a protective sleeve), a few small marks to page-edges, a Good reading copy.
Scarce postal history study.
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Watson, Dr. V.M.M. (Editor) - The ANSPEX Handbook
Watson, Dr. V.M.M. (Editor) - The ANSPEX Handbook
Publisher: Aberdeen and North of Scotland Philatelic Society, 1950.
Hardback, red cloth gilt, illustrated, 64 pages, in Very Good condition.
Scarce hardback edition of this Exhibition handbook. With several interesting articles, including "Scots Local Cancellations" by John Anderson, "A Short Postal History of Aberdeen" by W.L. Falconer, and "The ABC of Forgery Detection" by Dr. V.M.M. Watson.
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Trinder, J.F. - The Postal History of the Tendring Hundred of Essex including the Borough of Harwich and the Urban Districts of Clacton on Sea, & Frinton & Walton on the Naze with Gt. Holland
Trinder, J.F. - The Postal History of the Tendring Hundred of Essex
including the Borough of Harwich and the Urban Districts of Clacton on Sea, & Frinton & Walton on the Naze with Gt. Holland

Publisher: privately published, 1971.
Paperback, illustrated, x + 150 pages, spotting to the covers, pages clean, in Good condition.
Scarce.
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