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Great Britain - Postal Stationery
["Daisy"] - Postage Stamps of Great Britain The "Daisy" Grand Prix Collection of 1840-41 Line-engraved Issues
["Daisy"] - Postage Stamps of Great Britain
The "Daisy" Grand Prix Collection of 1840-41 Line-engraved Issues

Publisher: Christie's Robson Lowe, London, 1996.
Auction catalogue, hardback, illustrated, 235 pages, slight hint of spine-lean else in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of one of the great collections of Line-engraved. Colour illustrated throughout.
£20.00Quantity:

[Yates, E.E.] - The Unique Collection of The Mulready and Associated Pictorial Envelopes offered by order of E.E. Yates, Esq.
[Yates, E.E.] - The Unique Collection of The Mulready and Associated Pictorial Envelopes
offered by order of E.E. Yates, Esq.

Publisher: Robson Lowe Ltd., London, 1949.
Auction catalogue, paperback, illustrated, 60 pages, with a photocopy of the prices realised, some creasing to covers and very slightly to pages, a Good working copy.
Important reference catalogue.
£28.00Quantity:

Langmead, Peter and Huggins, Alan - The Telegraph Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain 1851-1954
Langmead, Peter and Huggins, Alan - The Telegraph Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain 1851-1954
Publisher: Great Britain Philatelic Society, 2003.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, x + 190 pages + 8 colour plates, in Very Good condition.
A comprehensive handbook covering all the telegraph issues of Great Britain, their background and usage. Very well illustrated, including eight pages of colour plates.
£45.00Quantity:

["Wills"] - Catalogue of The "Wills" Large Gold Medal Collection Great Britain Essays and Postage Stamps 1837 to 1854
["Wills"] - Catalogue of The "Wills" Large Gold Medal Collection
Great Britain Essays and Postage Stamps 1837 to 1854

Publisher: Harmers, London, 1989.
Auction catalogue, paperback, colour illustrations, 80 pages, with the prices realised, slight shelfwear to covers, mild dusty marks to edges, in Good condition.
One of the greatest collections of classic GB ever formed. Includes magnificent Penny Blacks, Twopenny Blues, Treasury Competition & other Essays, Mulready Envelopes etc.
£9.00Quantity:

[Stranack, Basil] - The "Basil Stranack" Collection of Great Britain
Publisher: Robson Lowe, London, 1955.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 48 pages, with separate brochure of Photo Plates, prices realised, some corner-creasing, in Good condition.
Scarce catalogue.
£12.50Quantity:

Gilbert, John F. - 1st Class Markings on Government Official Stationery
Gilbert, John F. - 1st Class Markings on Government Official Stationery
Publisher: Harry Hayes, Batley, 1973.
Revised edition, large format paperback, illustrated, 60 pages, in VG condition.
"A study of the hand stamps, imprinted markings and adhesive labels used by U.K. Government Departments to indicate transmission by First Class mail, since the introduction of the two-tier postal system in September 1968." Well illustrated in black & white.
£9.50Quantity:

[Graham, Dr Conrad] - The Dr Conrad Graham Collection of Cinderellas, Locals, Postal Orders, Revenues, Telegraphs, the Fine and Unusual
[Graham, Dr Conrad] - The Dr Conrad Graham Collection of Cinderellas, Locals, Postal Orders, Revenues, Telegraphs, the Fine and Unusual
Publisher: Grosvenor Auctions, London, 2015.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 72 pages, illustrated, with prices realised, in VG condition.
Well illustrated in colour.
£10.00Quantity:

Muir, Douglas N. - Postal Reform and the Penny Black A New Appreciation
Muir, Douglas N. - Postal Reform and the Penny Black
A New Appreciation

Publisher: The National Postal Museum, London, 1990.
First edition, paperback, card covers, illustrated, 242 pages, in VG condition.
An excellent look at Rowland Hill's reform of the postal system and the introduction of the first adhesive postage stamps. With many illustrations including many in colour. This important study draws on unpublished documents and extensive new research, to offer a fresh insight into the period leading to the issue of the Penny Black and the Mulready Envelope in 1840.
£12.50Quantity:

Stone, J.W.M. - Cumulative Index to the British Philatelist
Stone, J.W.M. - Cumulative Index to the British Philatelist
Publisher: Great Britain Philatelic Society, 1983.
Special Issue of the GB Journal, paperback, iv + 24 pages, slightly rusty staples, light shelfwear, else in VG condition.
The British Philatelist was published by Charles Nissen from 1908 to 1954 and covered all aspects of British philately. A very useful Index for GB collectors.
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