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Happy Birthday Mr. Samuel Morse. by rodney
From Google. http://cjoint.com/data/eCp7tPIXBr.htm Is this shown on Google worldwide? or just Google Australia?
April 28th 09 02:47 AM
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SMOM Catalogue. by rodney
Anyone have Sassone and would care to ID my SMOM stamps? Thanks.
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April 27th 09 10:30 PM
by Ryan Davenport Go to last post
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New Zealand ~ Seek railway ID. by rodney
I have cancelation "OTARI RAILWAY" (4th Oct 2002) which I cannot locate any info. I noticed in SG "Collect Railways on stamps" that Tramways are included, and wondered if perhaps Otari has a tramway. Any Ideas? Thanks.
April 27th 09 06:00 AM
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Ne touchez jamais avec les doights! by rodney
From "Paris Postmark" http://cjoint.com/data/eCrWA7aeds.htm The tiny world-within-a-world of postage stamps evokes the lost land of childhood in "Postmark Paris", a delicate combination of narrative reminiscences and exquisitely diminutive images.
April 27th 09 03:41 AM
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SMOM. by rodney
1967 Langue Flags http://cjoint.com/data/eBtiMUYkEj.htm Note: The linked chains of Aragon. Christmas 1969 http://cjoint.com/data/eBtkrUtD6d.htm
April 26th 09 04:47 AM
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Sing along ...In an Aussie Stamp Album...la la la by rodney
How many kinds of sweet flowers show In an Aussie Stamp Album? We'll tell you now of some that we know Those we miss you'll surely pardon Daffodils, heart's ease and phlox Meadowsweet and lady smocks Gentian, lupin and tall hollyhocks Roses, foxgloves, snowdrops, forget-me-nots In an Aussie Stamp...
April 25th 09 03:46 PM
by rodney Go to last post
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website french classical stamp by [email protected]
Hi, i will present you a specialized french stamps website : www.classicalphila.com we need feedback to improve :) tx
April 25th 09 03:32 PM
by Sir F. A. Rien Go to last post
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Ralphael. by rodney
Shall be in hospital for another 4 weeks possibly. He was delighted with the cards of support from RCSD. Thanks to those that took the time. Rodney.
April 25th 09 11:46 AM
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New Zealand ~ A statue to George. by rodney
Manaia is a rural town in South Taranaki District, New Zealand. Manaia is named after the former Maori chief of the district, Hukunui Manaia. http://cjoint.com/data/eAfnYa1Lwz.htm Two months ago George received the George Cross (equiv)
April 25th 09 01:06 AM
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Samuel Morse by Blair (TC)
On Oct 9 2008, 8:55 am Rodney wrote: Subject: Samuel Morse. By the way, are there any stamps to honor Mr. Morse? kind regards from morsefree Bavaria Gerhard --------------------------------------------------------------------- G'day Gerhard,
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April 24th 09 02:51 PM
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THE STAMP COLLECTORS GUIDE - by FREDERICK BOOTY was advertised as "THE WORLD'S FIRST ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE" The Stamp Collectors Guide by Frederick W. Booty of Brighton, England was first issued in April 1862. This was the world's first illustrated catalogue and had 200 facsimiles of stamps,...
April 24th 09 02:00 PM
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Jest a moment . by rodney
These gentlemen should be stamp collecting.... http://cjoint.com/data/ezpWigscTO.htm
April 24th 09 12:09 PM
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Greece: small Hermes head differences by Stan Fairchild[_3_]
A couple of days at American Philatelic Society HQ gave the opportunity to check the library for information on how to distinguish between the Belgian and Athens printings of the 1886-1900 small Hermes head stamps. Below is my personal summary of Vlastos's "Hellas I" and Pannaioannou's "Small...
April 23rd 09 02:38 PM
by Stan Fairchild[_3_] Go to last post
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(RCSD) Canada - cigar revenues by Blair (TC)
Has anyone else seen any more of these? http://www.ericjackson.com/auction/scans/234385.jpg http://www.ericjackson.com/auction/scans/234386.jpg Blair
April 23rd 09 12:05 AM
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A slice of life ~ Venca ~ Fashion by post. by rodney
Stamps in advertising.......... http://cjoint.com/data/eubpeYsrba.htm and a wispy suggestive http://cjoint.com/data/eubu28WOPF.htm
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April 22nd 09 11:53 PM
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Austria : seek cover comments. by rodney
1872 Cover Vienna to Rothwasser Poland? Handmade cover. 1. What is the written word above Josef Langhammer Senior? 2. Is it Rothwasser Poland? what is that last written word "Mrifran"? 3. Opening the flaps any idea what type of braodsheet the cover was made from? 4. Seutter & Co? 5. No...
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April 21st 09 09:08 AM
by rodney Go to last post
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(RCSD) Mauritius : a philatelic play by Blair (TC)
Mauritius : a philatelic play Jackie and Mary are half-sisters whose mother's death leaves them in possession of a rare stamp collection. But which sister actually owns the stamps? Which of three dealers can be trusted with their sale? And where do we choose to live: the present or the...
April 20th 09 09:19 PM
by Jan Doggen Go to last post
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new to the group but very interested by jim
Hello: I am a old stamp collector that got interested in collecting ages ago, but have stopped seeing the US stuff that is out is mear labels with pictures on them. But I am into Europe between the wars, Russian Space Stamps, and naturally US but up to 2002 or 2003, where I have almost a full...
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April 19th 09 07:05 AM
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Supporting the ripped and torn. by rodney
Reserve prices. http://cjoint.com/data/dvqFng0R2s.htm $150.00 1922 10/- grey & pale aniline pink kangaroo in unused condition (mint without gum). The lower left corner section of perforation has been neatly reattached by a sliver of stamp hinge on reverse. Very cleverly done & not apparent from...
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April 19th 09 06:48 AM
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Dozing off (as you do) in Melbourne. by rodney
http://cjoint.com/data/enaZ6JEvFX.htm :)
April 19th 09 06:10 AM
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