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Fine new on line exhibits by Bret
"JAIPUR" from DEEPAK Jaiswal, PALO ALTO, CALIFORNIA, UNITED STATES OF AMERICA http://www.japhila.cz/hof/0197/index0197a.htm "CANADA - POSTAL STATIONERY" from PYTELA Milos, HOLICE, CZECHIA http://www.japhila.cz/hof/0196/index0196a.htm "ALBANIA - AIR MAIL 1916 - 1944" from KRATKY Jan,...
March 20th 07 12:04 PM
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ID please. by Rod
http://cjoint.com/data/dubEPPzwnd.htm Thank you.
March 20th 07 04:44 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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Roumanian query. by Rod
In this tribute stamp for Julio Popper, (the originator of the local post between the Island of Tierra del Fuego and Punta Arenas) http://cjoint.com/data/dubSvOnXug.htm What is that image in the top RH corner? My catalogue runs out at the olympics issue 1988 Thanks.
March 20th 07 04:43 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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More on Corner Card Covers by Jim Pettway[_2_]
I started a new post as I feel I incorrectly referred to a "return addressed envelope" as a corner card. I have covers that I receive in my daily business mail that have colorful and sometimes graphic designs in the upper left corner of the envelope as the return address. I wouldn't say that...
March 20th 07 01:51 AM
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Burt Young's official website by [email protected]
The awaited launch of Burt Young's official website is now available on the Internet for the public. The website has become a literal library describing his milestones. His most recent endeavors include a marvelous display of contemporary artwork and paintings. He can be browsed at...
March 20th 07 12:44 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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Gibraltar - Postal rates? by Mette
Does anyone know the exact express rate from Gibraltar to UK for 2003 ? Or -- if not -- then the similar rate from UK to Gibraltar? A clue could be 3,00 GBP, which was the price at the time of purchase directly from Gibraltar Post. If possible, I would also like to know today's commercial...
March 19th 07 11:25 PM
by Mette Go to last post
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personalised ZazzleStamps by danielcboyer
ZazzleStamps I designed of Omphale Gallery in Calumet, Michigan USA where I am a curator and will be having a one-man show, "Love and Loneliness," August 3-31 with a reception on the 3rd from 7-9p.m., can be seen at http://www.zazzle.com/danielcboyer/product/172292029460004194 ..
March 19th 07 01:41 PM
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Using stock sheets: stamp size problem by Pasha
I would like to ask those collectors who use stock sheets: what do you do, when your stamps vary in size? Yes, I know, there are different types of stock sheets for different sizes of stamps. But I don't think a typical collection would be arranged by size. Even the same set can have stamps of...
March 19th 07 12:21 PM
by John Taormina Go to last post
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Spain queries. by Rod
The 1870 set engraved by eugenio julia, does this feature an allegory of "Spain" or is it an image of Queen Isabella? http://cjoint.com/data/dsjBlddBsa.htm This stamp bears the 3 horizontal lines consistent with Spanish "remainders" stamps. I cannot find it anywhere, it appears to me to be the...
March 19th 07 04:52 AM
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Stamps Harry Potter by STORY
Hi I saw on Ebay UK new stamps of France about Harry Potter. Where can I get more informations about these stamps ? regards Tom
March 19th 07 12:16 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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SWASTIKA = S letters for SOCIALISM on stamps, money, coins, etc by \Stop the Pledge of Allegiance\
Swastikas were anti capitalist symbols for socialism and socialists. http://rexcurry.net/socialisthate.html Its crossed-S shape of SS meant the opposite of the U.S. dollar sign, or $. Graphic art by the symbologist Dr. Rex Curry (author of Swastika Secrets) illustrates the symbology of the...
March 18th 07 11:27 AM
by Tinny Ray Go to last post
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Romanian link to interesting cover. by Rod
Australians have been hearing a lot about the Kevin Rudd~Brian Burke meeting of late. In 1994, Brian Burke became the first head of any Australian government to go to prison. He was jailed for misusing parliamentary travel expenses. Burke was jailed again in 1997 after being convicted of...
March 18th 07 09:53 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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She will love you more than any other guy by Mason Evans
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March 18th 07 09:06 AM
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Spain ID. by Rod
Would anyone with edefil or Michel cat offer any story/gossip behing the unissued 1939 Don Quixote opt set please? http://cjoint.com/data/driTIhyjLC.htm Thanks.
March 18th 07 03:18 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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Genoa date query. by Rod
I have been enjoying a Eunice Shanahan "letter of the past" concerning 1840 mail Liverpool to Genoa (entires). The markings include Roman/text date format which I have never come across before. Illustrating March being the first month of the year. eg: September= 7BRE (September) ...
March 18th 07 03:13 AM
by Rod Go to last post
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Turkey ID, please by Tony Vella
http://cjoint.com/data/dru5VHjpNw.htm In the January 14, 1914 series, the only 5 paras listed in Scott is violet brown. I have a couple which are definitely not violet brown; more like orange or orange brown or orange red. I wonder if Gibbons shows a different colour for this stamp. Thanks...
March 17th 07 11:51 PM
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Did Canadian warships have ship cancels by Reid
Hello All I posted earlier about info for USS ship cancels. Did canadian war ships have the same type of cancels. Again thank you for your time
March 17th 07 10:58 PM
by Dave Kent Go to last post
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World stamps price guide??? by [email protected]
I have a sizable collection of world stamps that I'm looking to sell. The problem is I can't find a price guide for world stamps to get a basic idea of value. I have a US Stamp guide, but can't find a world guide anywhere. I have stamps from all around Europe, Middle East, Asia, E. Europe, Africa,...
March 17th 07 09:41 PM
by hvschaik Go to last post
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WORLD STAMP EXHIBITION PRAGA 2008 AND EXPONET write for National Commissioner.... .....One part of the PRAGA 2008 ( www.praga2008.cz ) adjoining program will be the international virtual philatelic exhibition EXPONET. At present you can view almost 200 different exhibits at www.exponet.info ...
March 17th 07 08:29 PM
by Bret Go to last post
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Bosnia (Modern) booklet hard to find by Milco
Bosnia and Herzegovina (Muslim part - sarajevo) issued on October 27, 1993 first own issue "Coat of Arms" set of 7 value. This set was issued in printing sheet of 50 and also in booklet format. Now, I have problem with booklet format. Exactly with first face value of 100d, stamp - it is issued in...
March 17th 07 07:54 PM
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