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Early English philatelic literature 1862-1865

P. J. Anderson

Early English philatelic literature 1862-1865

by P. J. Anderson

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Published by Philatelic Literature Society in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Edition of 120 copies.

Statementby P.J. Anderson and B.T.K. Smith.
ContributionsSmith, B. T. K., Philatelic Literature Society.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13760311M

  There were a lot of Spanish and English books in it. One of my most important purchases was the “Taunus” library in The owner of this library was Hans-Herrmann Mette. Mette was probably the most important philatelic literature collector of his time in Germany and he had one of the largest private libraries. In my opinion, the best Iceland catalog for issues to Stamps, plate varieties, cover and postal history pricing, postal rates, early cancels, etc. Completely in English. Though this was published in , it is still () the best available on the subject. Sturdy coil bound; can be opened all the way around and lays completely flat.

THE CHINA HANDSTAMP Early Covers Postal History Specialised philatelic-literature The London Philatelist is the Journal of the Royal Philatelic Society London. It is renowned for its superb articles by pre-eminent experts. The research published here.   Research—not only in the German language—in recent decades has shown the rarity of many books, but also the high intrinsic value of the standard works, which long ago were the ‘elite’ of philatelic literature. Almost all the early monographs of the (Royal) Philatelic Society, for which the authors received the Crawford Medal or other.

SCOTT AND O’SHAUGHNESSY, Inc., Nassau Street, New York. Books on View Three Days Before the Sale. C o 1 u, '0 0 S' BOOKS AND PERIODICALS ON Postage Stamps and Philatelic Literature TO BE SOLD AT AUCTION TUESDAY AFTERNOON, J COMMENCING AT O’CLOCK 1. AFGHANISTAN. Randy L. Neil will receive the Charles J. Peterson Philatelic Literature Life Achievement Award, which recognizes a person whose individual achievements have furthered knowledge through philatelic literature. The award is bestowed by the American Philatelic Research Library. Neil, a collector since childhood and a life member of the APS, has authored numerous articles for .


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x mm. Privately Hard Bound in Half Light Brown Leather and Blackish Olive Cloth with gilt lettering on spine. I had been searching for one such extremely collectable book, Early English Philatelic Literature by P.

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A well documented story of an exchange is related by P. Anderson, who became one of the foremost students of early philatelic history and literature, co-author with B. Smith of Early English Philatelic Literature Londona book of which only copies were printed.

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of copies. Author of Studies in the history and development of the University of Aberdeen, Early English philatelic literatureCollections towards a bibliography of the universities of Aberdeen, The White Dog, Fasti Academiae Mariscallanae Aberdonensis, Duncan Liddel, M.A., M.D. Professor in the University of Helmstedt, Milestones of the Philatelic Literature of the 19th Century by Wolfgang Massen and Vincent Schouberechts This book was published by the Club de Monte-Carlo for the exhibit.

An exceptional work on the early and major philatelic literature, the books, authors and publishers, with an emphasis on the early works dealing with forgers and forgeries. Harris' famous work on philatelic literature is The Standard Index to Philatelic Literature which is considered by the famous bibliographer, James Negus, to be the best single volume for tracing books and articles published in the early period to December [Note 2].

The original idea was to complete it in ten or more bi-monthly parts. A philatelic study on a disputed stamp issue Publisher: privately published, Large format (A4) paperback, spiralbound, illustrated, 20 pages, text in English, plus a PDF file of the book on CD, in Very Good+ condition.

A detailed study. Very well illustrated in colour. The two most notable early ones in English were the W.R. Ricketts subject-indexed material from toincluding United States and general, and A.H. Harris and L.A.J. Baker’s The Standard Index to Philatelic Literature,published in Literature # Anderson, P.

& Smith, B. EARLY ENGLISH PHILATELIC LITERATURE Published Card. iv + p. + 32 plates showing covers of literature. Published by the Philatelic Liteature Society, this is #95 of copies printed.

The covers show wear, there is tape reinforcement of the spine and oversize cover edge. Philatelic Literature -- United States -- Six early catalogs and philatelic booklets Stegman price list (cover torn), Henry price list, New Haven Provisional Envelope booklet, Kirkland price list, Mint Sheet Brokerage history of the cent inverted airmail, Years of Stamps.

Free philatelic literature, free classic books for stamp collectors, free philatelic library, books about stamp collecting, philatelic books, David Saks free philatelic library Information on early worldwide philatelic literature & publications, pages, VersionBy Brian J.

Birch, An Introduction for English-speaking Readers. In Volume 6 he wrote about varieties of imitations of the Mulready Envelope and the numbers of stamps reported in different catalogues, and, beginning in Volume 7, about early English philatelic literature which series he subsequently turned into a book.

Selected publications. Early English Philatelic Literature – Literature: Philatelic Literature: ''Early English Philatelic Literature '' by Anderson & Smith, published by the Philatelic Literature Society () in paper wraps as issued.

Unnumbered, printed. A rare classic of philatelic literature. Photo. £ - £ Additional Fees?. Old English literature, or Anglo-Saxon literature, encompasses literature written in Old English, in Anglo-Saxon England from the 7th century to the decades after the Norman Conquest of "Cædmon's Hymn", composed in the 7th century, according to Bede, is often considered as the oldest surviving poem in written in the midth century represents some of the latest post.JPLS, Journal of the Philatelic Literature Society, - ; Anthologies and digital collections.

ESTC, British Library, English Short Title Catalogue,; A few items are listed here, many more are indicated by searching for terms like "post-office". GK, the Goldsmiths'-Kress Library of Economic Literature.The Index of Literature in the English Language that Describes Postage Stamp Forgeries, Fakes, Reprints, Fraudulent Postal Markings and Other Obliterations, compiled in by Theodore M.

Tedesco and updated inincludes book, periodical, and website references. The original index was published serially in the Philatelic Literature Review.