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General philatelic works - Maritime
Salles, Raymond - La Poste Maritime Française Tome IV Les Paquebots de l
Salles, Raymond - La Poste Maritime Française
Tome IV Les Paquebots de l'Atlantique Nord, Antilles-Amérique Centrale et Pacifique Sud, États-Unis

Publisher: privately published by the author, 1965.
First edition, paperback (cloth-covered card covers), illustrated, 301 pages, text in French, ex libris Harry Sutherland with his bookplate inside front cover, also ex-National Archives of Canada with their bookplate inside front cover and library label to spine, pages very lightly tanned, spine very slightly rubbed, in Good condition.
Fourth volume in the classic encyclopedia of French maritime postal services. Profusely illustrated with postmark illustrations and maps.
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[Ward, Captain T.G.S.] - Australia & Asia Featuring The Captain T.G.S. Ward Collection of Australia/New Zealand-British Maritime Mail Part 2
[Ward, Captain T.G.S.] - Australia & Asia
Featuring The Captain T.G.S. Ward Collection of Australia/New Zealand-British Maritime Mail Part 2

Publisher: Cavendish, London, 2017.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 42 pages, with the prices realised, in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of the second portion of Captain Ward's collection of classic era covers to and from the Australian States, New Zealand, etc. Very well illustrated in colour.
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[Stewart, W. & Chadwick, F.] - Ship Letters of the British Isles The W. Stewart and F. Chadwick Collections
[Stewart, W. & Chadwick, F.] - Ship Letters of the British Isles
The W. Stewart and F. Chadwick Collections

Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1974-75.
Auction catalogues, paperback, 36 + 28 pages, with the prices realised, in Very Good condition.
Illustrated in black & white.
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[Ward, Captain T.G.S.] - The Captain T.G.S. Ward Collection of Australia/New Zealand-British Maritime Mail
[Ward, Captain T.G.S.] - The Captain T.G.S. Ward Collection of Australia/New Zealand-British Maritime Mail
Publisher: Cavendish, London, 2016.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 54 pages, slight corner-creasing to front cover, in Good condition.
Superb catalogue of classic covers to and from the Australian States; to and from New Zealand, etc. including the earliest known letter from Western Australia. Profusely illustrated in colour.
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Snarvold, Harry - Norwegian Letters to Foreign Destinations up to 1875
Snarvold, Harry - Norwegian Letters to Foreign Destinations up to 1875
Publisher: privately published, 1994.
Large paperback, comb-bound, illustrated, 61 pages, in Very Good condition.
"Handout" booklet produced to accompany a Display to the Royal Philatelic Society, London. Consisting of photocopied pages from the author's collection of maritime mails.
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[Steindler, Julius] - Shipping Companies Stamps The Julius Steindler Collection
[Steindler, Julius] - Shipping Companies Stamps
The Julius Steindler Collection

Publisher: Robson Lowe, Basel, 1972.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 36 pages + 28pp separate brochure of illustrations, text in English, with a photocopy of the prices realised, in Very Good condition.
Scarce catalogue of Danube Steam Navigation Company and other Shipping Company stamps.
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Staff, Frank - The Transatlantic Mail
Staff, Frank - The Transatlantic Mail
Publisher: Quarterman Publications, 1980.
Second edition, hardback, original blue cloth binding, dustwrapper, illustrated, 191 pages, a tiny short tear to edge of dustwrapper, some toning to the dustwrapper and to page-edges, binding very slightly warped, in Good condition.
The classic work on the development of the transatlantic mail services. It covers the history of the rivalry for supremacy of the Atlantic that developed between Britain and America, the beginning of the pioneer steamship services, and the struggle for the much coveted mail contracts. With authoritative lists of all the regular mail carrying ships, postal rates, and other useful information. Well illustrated with maps, Post Office notices, illustrations of sailing packets and early steamships, and illustrations of postal markings. This remains one of the standard handbooks on the Transatlantic Mails.
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Cockrill, Philip - United States Seapost Cancellations Part I Transatlantic Routes & Part II Trans-Pacific, Central & South American Routes
Cockrill, Philip - United States Seapost Cancellations
Part I Transatlantic Routes & Part II Trans-Pacific, Central & South American Routes

Publisher: Privately published, nd.
The two booklets bound in one volume, publisher's library edition, in dark green full leather binding with gold tooling, raised bands and leather labels to spine, illustrated, 84 + 88 pages, a few blemishes to the covers, some slight foxing to card covers and page edges, in Good condition.
The rare "Library Edition".
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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.
£7.50Quantity:

Deakes, Christopher - A Postcard History of the Passenger Liner
Deakes, Christopher - A Postcard History of the Passenger Liner
Publisher: Chatham Publishing, London, 2005.
First edition, large oblong hardback, dustwrapper, 160 pages, profusely illustrated in colour, dusty marks/foxing to the verso of the dustwrapper and a few tiny marks to the endpapers, in Good condition.
Beautifully illustrated with hundreds of colourful postcards depicting the golden era of the passenger liner.[Non-philatelic]
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Mark, Graham (editor) - Imperial & Foreign Mails Sea Conveyance During War 1914-1918
Mark, Graham (editor) - Imperial & Foreign Mails
Sea Conveyance During War 1914-1918

Publisher: The Postal History Society, 1997.
Large format hardback, illustrated, iii + 91 pages, slightest bend to the covers, previous owner's name to front endpaper, in Good condition.
Reprint of an internal Post Office Memorandum which includes a list of Mails Lost at Sea during the War. With additional information and numerous illustrations of covers added by the editor to the original text.
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Hosking, Roger and Cockrill, Philip - Cross-Channel & North Sea Shipping Services Part II
Hosking, Roger and Cockrill, Philip - Cross-Channel & North Sea Shipping Services
Part II

Publisher: Philip Cockrill, c1990.
Paperback, illustrated, 88 pages, signed by Roger Hosking, minor marks to the covers, slight corner-crease to a couple of pages, in Good condition.
Useful postal history study of the mail routes to the Continent from English ports.
£10.00Quantity:

Coyne, Bernard V. (Editor) - Ice Cap News Vols 24-27 (Whole Nos. 133-156)
Coyne, Bernard V. (Editor) - Ice Cap News
Vols 24-27 (Whole Nos. 133-156)

Publisher: American Society of Polar Philatelists, 1979-1982.
24 issues, paperbacks, very slight rust to some of the staples, occasional creasing, in Good condition.
Four complete years of this excellent publication. Full of interesting articles on the philately and postal history of polar expeditions, Tristan da Cunha, TAAF, whaling, Falklands & South Georgia, etc. Illustrated in black & white.
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Tchilinghirian, S.D. and Stephen, W.S.E. - Austrian Post Offices Abroad, Part Three D.D.S.G. and other Austrian Navigation Companies
Tchilinghirian, S.D. and Stephen, W.S.E. - Austrian Post Offices Abroad, Part Three
D.D.S.G. and other Austrian Navigation Companies

Publisher: Austrian Stamp Club of Great Britain, 1963.
First edition, paperback (card covers), illustrated, 80 pages, spine slightly soiled, remnants of label to foot of spine/front cover, crossed out ownership marks inside front and rear covers, pages fine, in Good condition.
The third part of the classic reference work. Scarce.
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Robinson, Howard - Carrying British Mails Overseas
Robinson, Howard - Carrying British Mails Overseas
Publisher: George Allen & Unwin, London, 1964.
Hardback, original blue cloth, dustwrapper, 327 pages + plates, dustwrapper creased and with several tears, slightest hint of spine-lean, page-edges slightly toned and with some dusty marks/foxing, some small marks and foxing to the endpapers, a Good reading copy only.
Excellent history of Britain's overseas postal service.
£10.00Quantity:

Farrugia, Jean and Gammons, Tony - Carrying British Mails Five centuries of postal transport by land, sea and air
Farrugia, Jean and Gammons, Tony - Carrying British Mails
Five centuries of postal transport by land, sea and air

Publisher: National Postal Museum, London, 1980.
Paperback, illustrated, 84 pages, in Very Good condition.
Well illustrated history of the transport of British mails, including coaching, railways, maritime, and Imperial air routes.
£7.50Quantity:

Antonini, E. and Grasset, Dr J. - Histoire Postale des Lacs et des Rivières du Monde (sauf USA et DDSG)
Antonini, E. and Grasset, Dr J. - Histoire Postale des Lacs et des Rivières du Monde
(sauf USA et DDSG)

Publisher: David Feldman, Geneva, 1984.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 164 pages, with separate rarity guide, text in French, short tear to dustwrapper, in Very Good condition.
An excellent handbook on the postal markings of the rivers and lakes of the world (except the USA and DDSG). Very clearly presented, and with superb illustrations and maps. An important reference work.
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Mackay, James A. - The Floating Post Offices of the Clyde
Mackay, James A. - The Floating Post Offices of the Clyde
Publisher: privately published by the author, Dumfries, 1979.
Large (A4) paperback, 40 pages + illustrations, in Very Good condition.
The postal history and postmarks of David MacBrayne's steam packets, on which Post Offices were established in 1879.
£12.50Quantity:

Hosking, Roger - Seaposts of the USA
Hosking, Roger - Seaposts of the USA
Publisher: TPO & Seapost Society, 2008.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 84 pages, signed dedication from Roger Hosking to the previous owner, slight corner-crease to front cover else in Very Good condition.
Very well illustrated including much in colour.
£20.00Quantity:

Hosking, Roger - The Transatlantic Post Office
Hosking, Roger - The Transatlantic Post Office
Publisher: privately published, 1979.
Large (A4) paperback, illustrated, 19 pages, signed dedication from the author to the previous owner, crease to rear cover and slight shelfwear, in Good condition.
Useful study of the joint Anglo-American sea post office service which operated between UK ports and New York from 1905 to 1914. With postmark illustrations, scarcity guide, etc.
£8.50Quantity:

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