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General philatelic works - Maritime
Cattell, P. - British Maritime Postal History, Vol. 3 The Union Castle Ocean Post Office
Cattell, P. - British Maritime Postal History, Vol. 3
The Union Castle Ocean Post Office

Publisher: Proud-Bailey, no date (circa 1983).
Hardback, illustrated, 153 pages, spine sunned, a little scattered foxing to page-edges and to preliminary pages, otherwise internally clean, in Good condition.
Third volume in the excellent series on British Maritime Postal History. This volume covers the Union Castle Line service from Southampton to Cape Town. Well illustrated with postmark illustrations, and photographs of the ships and covers.
£20.00Quantity:

Kirk, R. - British Maritime Postal History, Vol. 2 The P&O Lines to the Far East
Kirk, R. - British Maritime Postal History, Vol. 2
The P&O Lines to the Far East

Publisher: Proud-Bailey, no date [circa 1982].
Hardback, illustrated, 224 pages, ex-library mark to spine and remnants of where a label has been removed to front free-endpaper, some foxing to page-edges and a little to the preliminary pages, otherwise internally clean, a Good working copy only.
The scarce volume in the excellent series on British Maritime Postal History. Based on the P&O Nautical Records at Greenwich this handbook lists in intricate detail the ships, their routes and dates of each voyage.
£40.00Quantity:

Kirk, R. - British Maritime Postal History, Vol. 1 The P&O Bombay & Australian Lines 1852-1914
Kirk, R. - British Maritime Postal History, Vol. 1
The P&O Bombay & Australian Lines 1852-1914

Publisher: Proud-Bailey, 1981.
Hardback, illustrated, 166 pages, spine slightly sunned, covers slightly rubbed and a little marked, page-edges slightly dust-marked, internally clean, a Good working copy.
The rare first volume in Ted Proud's excellent series on British Maritime Postal History. Based on the P&O Nautical Records at Greenwich this handbook lists in intricate detail the ships, their routes and dates of each voyage.
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Tchilinghirian, S.D. and Bernardelli, Rag. R. - Stamps of Italy Used Abroad Part Six: Dodecanese: Carpathos to Symi, Ship Mail in the Dodecanese
Tchilinghirian, S.D. and Bernardelli, Rag. R. - Stamps of Italy Used Abroad
Part Six: Dodecanese: Carpathos to Symi, Ship Mail in the Dodecanese

Publisher: Studio Filatelico Silvano Sorani, Milano, 1974.
Paperback (card covers), illustrated, 74 pages, in Very Good condition.
The final part of this important series. Rare.
£40.00Quantity:

[Osborn, Geoff] - The Geoff Osborn Worldwide Naval Mails
[Osborn, Geoff] - The Geoff Osborn Worldwide Naval Mails
Publisher: Cavendish, Derby, 2007.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 54 pages, with prices realised, in Very Good condition.
The superb collection of Naval Concession Rate and "Ship's Bag" Mail. Well illustrated in colour.
£9.50Quantity:

[Gunn, John] - The John Gunn Collection of Worldwide Maritime Mail and Related Ephemera
[Gunn, John] - The John Gunn Collection of Worldwide Maritime Mail and Related Ephemera
Publisher: Cavendish, Derby, 2002.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 158 pages, with the prices realised, top of spine very slightly rubbed, else in Very Good condition.
Very nice catalogue featuring Ship Letters of the British Isles (many ex-A.W. Robertson), lovely Shipping Line ephemera, Transatlantic Mails, Maritime Mails of South America, West Indies (including a Lady McLeod cover), Indian Ocean, Australasia, etc, etc. Well illustrated, including 39 pages of colour plates.
£9.00Quantity:

Huber, Leonard V. and Wagner, Clarence A. - The Great Mail A Postal History of New Orleans
Huber, Leonard V. and Wagner, Clarence A. - The Great Mail
A Postal History of New Orleans

Publisher: American Philatelic Society, 1949.
Hardback, illustrated, v + 200 pages, mild page-edge toning else in Very Good condition.
No. 792 of 1000 copies. Scarce.
£30.00Quantity:

[Hosking, Roger] - Sea Posts and Paquebots of the World The Roger Hosking Collection
[Hosking, Roger] - Sea Posts and Paquebots of the World
The Roger Hosking Collection

Publisher: Cavendish, 2014.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 217 pages, with the prices realised, very slight signs of use else in Very Good condition.
Large catalogue of the collection of maritime covers formed by Roger Hosking - the author of the standard handbook on Paquebot Cancels of the World. Featuring more than one thousand lots. An important reference catalogue. Very well illustrated in colour.
£12.50Quantity:

Cockrill, Philip and Gottspenn, Arno - German «Seepost» Cancellations 1886-1939 Part II The African, Asian & Australasian Routes
Cockrill, Philip and Gottspenn, Arno - German «Seepost» Cancellations 1886-1939
Part II The African, Asian & Australasian Routes

Publisher: privately published, nd.
Paperback, illustrated, 116 pages, soiling to the covers, internally clean, in Good condition.
Comprehensive, well illustrated listing.
£15.00Quantity:

Giles, D. Hammond - The Hon. E.I.C
Giles, D. Hammond - The Hon. E.I.C's Steamers of 1830-1854
Publisher: The India Study Circle for Philately, London, 1995.
Paperback, looseleaf pages, iv + 112 pages, illustrated, very slight bend else in Very Good condition.
Useful book on the East India Company's regular mail service between Bombay and Suez between 1830 and the end of 1854.
£17.50Quantity:

Farrington, Anthony - Catalogue of East India Company Ships
Farrington, Anthony - Catalogue of East India Company Ships' Journals and Logs 1600-1834
Publisher: The British Library, London, 1999.
First edition, hardback, 789 pages, some wear to the transparent plastic dustwrapper, book itself in Very Good condition.
This catalogue provides a complete overview of the East India Company's shipping from its formation in 1600 until it ceased to trade after the Charter Act of 1833. Arranged by ship name, it details over 4500 voyages to Asia performed by 1474 separate ships. With details of the ships, brief summary of each voyage and references for nearly 10,000 journals, logs and associated account books which survive in the company's archives at the British Library. Out of print and hard to find. [Non-philatelic]
£100.00Quantity:

Van der Linden, James - Catalogue des Marques de Passage
1661-1875

Publisher: Soluphil, 1993.
Hardback, illustrated, 336 pages, with the 1998 hardback Supplement, 69 pages, text in French (with some German), some dusty marks and foxing to the page-edges, in Good condition.
The standard work on European entry marks. With valuations and well illustrated.
£95.00Quantity:

Robertson, Alan W. - A History of the Ship Letters of the British Isles (An Encyclopaedia of Maritime Postal History)
Robertson, Alan W. - A History of the Ship Letters of the British Isles
(An Encyclopaedia of Maritime Postal History)

Publisher: James Bendon, Limassol, 1993.
Reprint edition, two volumes, hardback, in slipcase, illustrated, 448 + 688 pages, some wear to the slipcase, a few tiny dusty marks to top page-edges, else in Very Good condition.
One of the great masterpieces of philatelic literature originally published in instalments between 1955 and 1964. Because of the way in which pages were issued to subsrcibers over the period of ten years many original copies were deficient, and the author's eccentric page numbering system made it difficult to ascertain what was missing. This edition reprints the original in its entirety, in a slightly smaller format than the original. An essential reference work for collectors of maritime postal history.
£120.00Quantity:

Gould, Dr. M.H. - British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War
Gould, Dr. M.H. - British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War
Publisher: The Forces Postal History Society, 1998.
Second edition, large paperback, illustrated, 229 pages, a few small dusty marks and spots of foxing to the top-edges, minor signs of use, in Good condition.
Useful handbook on the many different postal markings used by the Navy in WW1.
£24.00Quantity:

Pirie, Dr. J.H. Harvey - Antarctic Posts
Pirie, Dr. J.H. Harvey - Antarctic Posts
Publisher: Stamp Collecting Ltd., London, c1948.
First edition, paperback, illustrated, 71 pages, vertical crease to rear cover and affecting the pages slightly, covers very foxed, pages clean, a Good reading copy only.
Very scarce.
£15.00Quantity:

Kidd, Cyril - The Irish Mail
Kidd, Cyril - The Irish Mail
Publisher: The TPO and Seapost Society, 1996.
Second edition, large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 29 pages, slight creasing to the rear cover, in Good condition.
Postal history study of the mail service between London and Dublin, via Holyhead. With much useful information on times of trains and ships, and with detailed coverage of all the known cancellations, including Paquebot markings, Irish TPOs, Hooded Circles, Duplex obliterators,etc. Excellent illustrations of the postmarks, and many photo-illustrations of covers.
£7.50Quantity:

Studd, M.A. - "Paquebot" and "Ship Letter" Cancellations of the World 1894-1951
Studd, M.A. - "Paquebot" and "Ship Letter" Cancellations of the World
1894-1951

Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1953.
Hardback, original green cloth gilt, illustrated, xii + 85 pages, spine sunned, in Good condition.
The original classic work on the subject. Nicely illustrated with drawings of the postal markings and of ships.
£22.00Quantity:

[Pitts, David] - Bermuda Crossroads of the Atlantic, A Postal History from 1617 to 1877, The David Pitts Collection
[Pitts, David] - Bermuda
Crossroads of the Atlantic, A Postal History from 1617 to 1877, The David Pitts Collection

Publisher: Spink, London, 2017.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 110 pages, in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of the remarkable postal history collection formed by David R. Pitts. Very well illustrated in colour.
£12.50Quantity:

Ward, Joseph - Ship Stamps of the World
Ward, Joseph - Ship Stamps of the World
Publisher: Severn-Wylie-Jewett Co., USA, [1920].
Hardback, privately bound with cloth spine and marbled boards, gilt title to spine, attractive patterned endpapers, original pictorial paper front cover retained, fore-edge of front cover slightly chipped with tiny loss, very slight foxing, else in Very Good condition.
Severn-Wylie-Jewett Booklet No. 36. Attractively bound copy of this scarce thematic work on stamps of the world depicting ships.
£15.00Quantity:

Mark, Graham (editor) - Imperial & Foreign Mails Sea Conveyance During War 1914-1918
Mark, Graham (editor) - Imperial & Foreign Mails
Sea Conveyance During War 1914-1918

Publisher: The Postal History Society, 1997.
Large format hardback, illustrated, iii + 91 pages, slightest hint of spine-lean else in Very Good condition.
Reprint of an internal Post Office Memorandum which includes a list of Mails Lost at Sea during the War. With additional information and numerous illustrations of covers added by the editor to the original text.
£12.00Quantity:

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