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Acer Travelmate 6292-6700 by [email protected]
Wasabi Power® Laptop Battery / Notebook Battery for the Acer TravelMate 6292-6700, TravelMate 6292-702G25Mn, TravelMate 6292-832G25Mn, and TravelMate 6292-834G25Mi Price:$84.99 Image: http://bestdealfinder.us/image.php?id=B0026C61S0 Best deal:...
May 16th 09 11:44 AM
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Some stamps ~ a collateral collection. by rodney
This is my entire collection of Nauru. 140 stamps collected over 7 years. This collection happened whilst I was collecting other stamps. From phossick boxes, trades and odd issues in albums. Scanned and thrown in the back of a stock book, they are now forming a more composite "look" I havn't had...
May 16th 09 01:56 AM
by rodney Go to last post
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The excruciatingly difficult Stamp Quiz. by rodney
What was the first US stamp to feature "clip-art" in the design?
May 16th 09 01:30 AM
by rodney Go to last post
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Buy yourself a Christmas present. by rodney
Are you like me, and have no friends? This Christmas buy your own Christmas present and leave under your little tree. Imagine the surprise when you open it up! Solitaire will never be the same again Imagine owning: The 1861 "Woodblock error" - From the Cape of Good Hope The 1851 13 cent...
May 16th 09 01:20 AM
by rodney Go to last post
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(RCSD) Zimbabwe - some info for Ralphael by Blair (TC)
How much is Ralph's 100 billion dollars worth? Read on! Zanu PF in currency scandal From ZWNEWS, 30 April 2009 In every country, bank notes carry unique serial numbers which are never repeated, except, it seems, in Zimbabwe. Dealers in the USA,
May 15th 09 04:25 PM
by Joshua McGee[_2_] Go to last post
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Panama Canal by Bret
Panama Canal: The Channel Between the Seas New on line exhibit (128 pages in high resolutions) - Gold award at a national-level show in Chicago 2006: http://www.exponet.info/
May 15th 09 03:33 AM
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Flag Stamp Photographer To Be Guest At NAPEX 2009 First Day Ceremony by Lloyd de Vries
Flag Stamp Photographer To Be Guest At NAPEX 2009 First Day Ceremony Rick Barrentine, whose photograph is the basis for the design of the new 44-cent flag stamp, will be a guest at the first-day ceremony for the stamp on Friday, June 5, 2009, at NAPEX 2009 in McLean, Va. The stamp shows a detail...
May 14th 09 10:12 PM
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Help with Portuguese Colonies - follow-up by [email protected]
Well, to follow this up on my original post a year later, a very nice gentleman forwarded me scans of the Stanley Gibbons catalogue pages for most of the Portuguese Colonies I needed. Unfortunately, I had a hard time converting the Pagemaker files to pdf and, by the time I did, I have lost contact...
May 14th 09 05:22 PM
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Thailand~The barefoot postmen. by rodney
In the preferred format for Thai Post, stiff board with mylar support for souvenir sheets that just fit a full page hagner. The 125th anniversary of the Thai Postal Service. Featuring King Rama 5, who took the throne at the tender age of 15 Photo Lithography featuring screen sizes of 100, 300 and...
May 14th 09 01:37 AM
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The butterfly that stopped a train. by rodney
Norfolk Island Moths and Butterflies. http://cjoint.com/data/fnpcCOQQJg.htm The 4c would possibly be the best known to most Australians we know it as "The Painted Lady", I have not seen any in Western Australia but numerous examples in South Australia. They migrate South in Spring from North...
May 13th 09 10:02 PM
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Cook Islands ~ the very beautiful 1932 set. by rodney
If anyone has a really nice scanned image of the 1d Cook centre invert, it would be appreciated. http://cjoint.com/data/fmfAPLOqpu.htm Thanks.
May 13th 09 12:38 PM
by rodney Go to last post
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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
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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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