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Ball of stamps by Jan Doggen
http://www.worldslargestthings.com/nebraska/ballofstamps.htm Bye Jan
May 13th 09 01:33 AM
by Sir F. A. Rien Go to last post
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HQ Postal History by Bret
Czech dead letter offices - http://www.japhila.cz/hof/0528/index0528a.htm Covers passed through Dead Letter Offices (DLOs) represent a fascinating collecting topic where each item is a unique piece with own history and usually with both sides full of cancels, markings, postage stamps and...
May 12th 09 04:45 PM
by Bret Go to last post
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John Heartfield... by Jan Doggen
.... was honored on a DDR stamp, see the bottom of this article. http://www.quazen.com/Arts/Visual-Arts/The-Extraordinary-Anti-Nazi-Photomontages-of-John-Heartfield.702053 I had never heard of him yet, but he was a brave cartoonist so to...
May 12th 09 08:46 AM
by Victor Manta Go to last post
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(rcsd) Estonia Question by Blair (TC)
Each year, starting in 1994, Estonia issued a stamp series of folk costumes stamps. Each year two stamps were issued, showing costumes of different regions. My Scott lists issues uo to 2002. (Yes, I know that need a new catalogue.) Can anyone please tell me if this series continued after 2002 and...
May 11th 09 10:34 PM
by Blair[_2_] Go to last post
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Anton's Hardy Wines stamp...more by rodney
Apparently no royalties to be paid to Australia Post Gibbons Stamp Monthly May 2006 http://cjoint.com/data/fmpeeyvgg6.htm
May 11th 09 12:28 AM
by rodney Go to last post
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Hungarian propaganda. by rodney
Areal souvenir sheet in the true sense of the word. http://cjoint.com/data/fmnJuZOffJ.htm Sent from the Budapest International Fair on the 7th July 1933 to Goomalling Western Australia. Goomalling is 100km approx north of Perth (the northern wheatbelt) fist settled on the site of a spring when...
May 10th 09 11:02 PM
by rodney Go to last post
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(RCSD) Another one for Rodney: by Blair (TC)
Another one for Rodney: http://img.auctiva.com/imgdata/4/1/1/2/5/9/webimg/235753316_o.jpg Blair
May 10th 09 10:45 PM
by rodney Go to last post
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Closed down? by Peter Baumann[_2_]
Where are you folks? Is this NG subject to a boycott? Or just run out of questions? Peter -- No Gates - no Bill!
May 10th 09 06:37 PM
by Victor Manta Go to last post
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London F.S. Paquebot Posted at sea by bc92
Hello there, I am intruding with a question, on behalf of a stamp acquaintance of me : http://i64.servimg.com/u/f64/11/54/43/10/london10.jpg London F.S. 1933 / Paquebot / Posted at sea F.S. means Foreign Section (London). The stamp is a 2.5 pence one, Barbados The destination is Switzerland.
May 10th 09 10:31 AM
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More wine stamps....from the land of the long white cloud. by rodney
Winery Stamps Westons Winery, of 25 Forrestbank Avenue, Wakari, Dunedin, New Zealand, have come up with an interesting "wine post", (complete with stamps) to promote their products. The well designed "stamps" are used on postings made through international carriers, on local deliveries and are...
May 6th 09 03:39 PM
by Victor Manta Go to last post
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Specializing with the Classic stamps by tim
Hello! I collect Classic worldwide as shown in the Scott Classic catalog. During my collecting, I've been pulled in big time with the airmail stamps from that era and have given the lions share of my attention. My question for those out there is whether I should place my airmails in the Scott...
May 6th 09 10:38 AM
by [email protected] Go to last post
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UPU monument. by rodney
Is the reclining lady in the bronze and granite statue, Helvetia? http://cjoint.com/data/fev3B0xTvC.htm Thanks.
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May 5th 09 08:05 PM
by Blair[_2_] Go to last post
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Collecting the classics with the Scott Browns by tim
Hello! I have a set of Scott Brown albums with a copyright of 1939. I like the set and would like to know if anyone knows whether Scott made any supplements to bring it up to include 1940 issues.
May 5th 09 06:48 PM
by tim Go to last post
0 173
Austria query. by Geezer.
Please see - http://cjoint.com/?fgfV1IF8rD I found these in a recent auction lot. They look like the "make-up rate" stamps issued in 2002 but they are on thin card. I don't think they are cut-outs because they are all exactly the same size and shape. Can anyone throw any light on this...
May 5th 09 10:35 AM
by Peter Baumann[_2_] Go to last post
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How many errors can you spot on this stamp? by rodney
Possibly the stamp that holds the record for errors. How many can you see? http://cjoint.com/data/fesgTlmUCS.htm
May 5th 09 03:18 AM
by Blair[_2_] Go to last post
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Portuguese philately - type of paper used for stamps by Tony Vella
Between 1912 and 1931 Portugal issued a series of stamps called CERES for use in Portugal and the Colonies. This series was printed and reprinted by a number of different printers and consequently ended up being printed on quite a number of different types of paper -- one printer even went so...
May 3rd 09 02:28 PM
by Blair[_2_] Go to last post
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Getting excited over nothing. by rodney
Today, at our local car boot sale, I came across a chromed hand machine, in a very old tatty and worn cardboard box, It was similar to a huge pair of pliers, in the jaws were pins that spelt out the date 1901. For a fleeting second I thought I had happened onto a hand perfin machine! The vendor...
May 3rd 09 06:34 AM
by rodney Go to last post
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Finland ~ Parcels by bus. by rodney
May 3rd 09 03:21 AM
by rodney Go to last post
6 441
Hitler toléré ŕ l'exposition de timbres de Bagdad, mais pas Saddam Hussein / Hitler tolerated at the exhibition of stamps from Baghdad, but not Saddam Hussein by CASACUDOR
In a crazy world ... a stamp exhibition in Bagdad - see the link from "Le figaro" ( is in english "grace a...
May 2nd 09 09:26 AM
by Victor Manta Go to last post
2 497
stamp for collectors ... wine collectors by CASACUDOR
Commercial using of Australian replica stamps - seen in a Romanian super store. Price around 5 Eur - all included + of course the stamp replica. http://casacudor.googlepages.com/curiozitatisispecialitatidinlumealarga Now, I am not sure which is chipper: the wine, the stamp
May 2nd 09 09:05 AM
by Victor Manta Go to last post
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