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Wong, Danny (editor) - Imperial Gems of China Display by Chinese fellows, members and authors
Wong, Danny (editor) - Imperial Gems of China
Display by Chinese fellows, members and authors

Publisher: Asian Philatelist/Royal Philatelic Society, London, 2015.
Paperback (pictorial card covers), illustrated, 126 pages, bilingual text in English & Chinese, in Very Good condition.
Booklet to accompany the Display to the RPSL. Profusely illustrated in colour.
£25.00Quantity:

Walske, Carl - New Sperati Discoveries
Walske, Carl - New Sperati Discoveries
Publisher: privately published, 2001.
Paperback, 15 pages, in Very Good condition.
'Hand-out' to accompany the Display to the RPSL and to the Collectors Club of previously unlisted Sperati forgeries.
£5.00Quantity:

Sperati, Jean de - La Philatélie sans Experts?
Sperati, Jean de - La Philatélie sans Experts?
Publisher: Dees, Paris, 1946.
Paperback, 124 pages + 6 plates, text in French, slight hint of spine-lean, pages uncut (unopened along top-edge) else in Very Good condition.
Scarce work by the famous master forger.
£40.00Quantity:

 - Forgeries, Fantasies and Reprints
- Forgeries, Fantasies and Reprints
Publisher: Harmers, London, 1986.
Auction catalogue, paperback, 28 pages + xii plates, with the prices realised, small ink inscription to front cover, minor creasing, else in Very Good condition.
Catalogue of an important sale of forged stamps of the world, including a strong section of Sperati forgeries, and also featuring the work of Fournier, Spiro, etc. Illustrated with twelve pages of black & white plates.
£10.00Quantity:

Hollick, R. and revised by Thompson, T.H., Hopkins, R. and Cuthbertson, J.G. - Priced Catalogue of the Adhesive Postage Stamps of the Obsolete Leeward Isles
Hollick, R. and revised by Thompson, T.H., Hopkins, R. and Cuthbertson, J.G. - Priced Catalogue of the Adhesive Postage Stamps of the Obsolete Leeward Isles
Publisher: Hopkins Bros, Crouch End, and Liverpool Stamp Co., Liverpool, 1895.
Paperback, 24 pages, covers torn along spine and detached from book, covers chipped at edges with some loss, contents sound, in fairly Good condition.
Rare little catalogue.
£35.00Quantity:

Toeg, E.V. - Dominica Postal History, Stamps and Postal Stationery to 1935, Volume 1
Toeg, E.V. - Dominica
Postal History, Stamps and Postal Stationery to 1935, Volume 1

Publisher: British West Indies Study Circle, 1994.
Large hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, x + 216 pages, in Very Good condition.
No. 5 of a limited edition of 300 copies. Excellent handbook.
£25.00Quantity:

Prasad, Rohit - India 1929 Air Mail Stamps A study of Constant Varieties
Prasad, Rohit - India 1929 Air Mail Stamps
A study of Constant Varieties

Publisher: Stamps of India, New Delhi, 2015.
Hardback, 281 pages, binding a little shaken in transit, corners lightly bumped and front cover has a few tiny dints, internally fine, Good condition.
A superb new publication - the result of many years of research by the author. Extremely well illustrated in colour to every page.
£40.00Quantity:

Lowe, Robson and Walske, Carl - The Work of Jean de Sperati II Including Previously Unlisted Forgeries
Lowe, Robson and Walske, Carl - The Work of Jean de Sperati II
Including Previously Unlisted Forgeries

Publisher: The Royal Philatelic Society, London, 2001.
Hardback, xvi + 218 pages + 4 colour plates + 4 photographic plates at end, signed by Carl Walske, in Very Good condition.
An important work. Out of print and scarce.
£125.00Quantity:

Earée, Rev. R.B. - Album Weeds, or How to Detect Forged Stamps
Earée, Rev. R.B. - Album Weeds, or How to Detect Forged Stamps
Publisher: Stanley Gibbons Ltd., London, 1906.
Third edition, in two volumes, hardback, original green cloth gilt, all page-edges gilt, illustrated, xxviii + 587 pages + viii + 709 pages + adverts, tiny nick to top of spine of Vol II, else a Very Good set.
The last and most comprehensive edition of this classic work describing all known stamp forgeries of the world.
£120.00Quantity:

Lowe, Robson and Walske, Carl - The Oneglia Engraved Forgeries Commonly Attributed to Angelo Panelli
Lowe, Robson and Walske, Carl - The Oneglia Engraved Forgeries
Commonly Attributed to Angelo Panelli

Publisher: James Bendon, Limassol, 1996.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 100 pages, in Very Good condition.
The story of Italian stamp forger Erasmo Oneglia and his engraved forgeries - for many years wrongly attributed to Angelo Panelli.
£40.00Quantity:

Dovey, Mike - The "Shipping Postmaster" Cancellations of South Africa
Dovey, Mike - The "Shipping Postmaster" Cancellations of South Africa
Publisher: The TPO & Seapost Society, 2014.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 39 pages, new, in Fine condition.
A full comprehensive listing of all the known cancellations. Profusely illustrated with postmark illustrations and colour illustrations of covers.
£12.95Quantity:

Dovey, Mike - The Maritime Mail Cancellations of Great Britain
Dovey, Mike - The Maritime Mail Cancellations of Great Britain
Publisher: The TPO & Seapost Society, 2015.
Large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 144 pages, new, in Fine condition.
A superb new handbook on British maritime mail cancellations. Extremely well illustrated in colour.
£24.95Quantity:

Gomm, Neville - The Postmark and Postal History Society of Southern Africa incorporating The Colonial Society A Historical Overview 1969 to 2000
Gomm, Neville - The Postmark and Postal History Society of Southern Africa incorporating The Colonial Society
A Historical Overview 1969 to 2000

Publisher: The Postmark and Postal History Society of Southern Africa, Pretoria, 2002.
Large format (A4) paperback, vi + 61 pages, slight stain to rear cover else in VG condition.
A seldom seen Society history.
£9.50Quantity:

Cohn, Ernst M. - Ordinary Mail by Diplomatic Means during The Siege of Paris 1870-1871
Cohn, Ernst M. - Ordinary Mail by Diplomatic Means during The Siege of Paris 1870-1871
Publisher: James Bendon Ltd., Limassol, 1995.
Hardback, dustwrapper, xiii + 113 pages, small dint to front panel of dustwrapper and to front cover, a few minor blemishes and minor signs of use, contents clean, in Good condition.
Highly recommended handbook on this little-known aspect of the postal history of the Siege of Paris. Very well illustrated including four pages of colour plates. From the dustwrapper: "In contrast to the dozens of balloons released during the Siege of Paris in the Franco-German War of 1870-71, other attempts to pass information are little known, particularly diplomatic means, open only to the upper crust. Besides neutral military with official missions, most widely used was the U.S. diplomatic pouch, exchanged weekly between opposing troops. Singular opportunities for outbound mail from Paris were departures of distinguished foreigners. An inventive means for messages into Paris was The Times. Bits of multinational information have been retrieved from diverse sources, compared and checked against each other and integrated into a consistent web of adventure stories, illustrated with many examples of covers and pictures of the main participants. Methods for recognizing these extremely rare covers are described, together with an inventory of known ones. Only recently have prices become realistic, after the true nature of this material has been recognized."
£20.00Quantity:

Wike, R.G. - Airmails of Trinidad and Tobago
Wike, R.G. - Airmails of Trinidad and Tobago
Publisher: British West Indies Study Circle, 1999.
First edition, large hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, iv + 214 pages, creasing to the dustwrapper, minor signs of wear else in VG condition.
Impressive handbook, very well illustrated.
£22.00Quantity:

Townsend, W.A. and Howe, F.G. - The Postage Stamps and Postal History of British Guiana
Townsend, W.A. and Howe, F.G. - The Postage Stamps and Postal History of British Guiana
Publisher: The Royal Philatelic Society, London, 1970.
No. 379 of a limited edition of 500 copies. Large hardback, top-edge gilt, 424 pages + plates, in Very Good condition. A nice bright copy which has been well protected by its original plain white dustwrapper and original box.
The classic work on British Guiana - and one of the great works of philatelic literature. Well illustrated with 32 monochrome plates and 5 colour plates.
£250.00Quantity:

Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume Three Africa
Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume Three
Africa

Publisher: Proud Publications, 2010.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 1032 pages, a few tiny marks to the covers else in Very Good condition.
The third volume covering intercontinental civilian airmails. Very well illustrated including colour plates.
£90.00Quantity:

Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume Two Asia and Australasia
Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume Two
Asia and Australasia

Publisher: Proud Publications, 2009.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 896 pages, in Very Good condition.
Superb handbook on commercial airmails to Asia and Australasia via the Middle East, including routes and rates, timtables etc. With much useful content on the Cairo-Baghdad R.A.F. Service, Imperial Airways Services, the Horseshoe Route, etc. Well illustrated including colour plates.
£85.00Quantity:

Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume One Transatlantic and Pacific
Proud, Edward B. - Intercontinental Airmails Volume One
Transatlantic and Pacific

Publisher: Proud Publications, 2008.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 632 pages, slightest shelfwear else in Very Good condition.
Superb handbook, the first in a three volume series covering intercontinental civilian airmails up to 1945. Very well illustrated including colour plates.
£80.00Quantity:

Proud, Edward B. - The Postal History of British Air Mails
Proud, Edward B. - The Postal History of British Air Mails
Publisher: Proud-Bailey Co. Ltd., 1991.
Hardback, dustwrapper, illustrated, 576 pages, very small scuff to lower edge of front board else in Very Good condition.
Excellent, much-needed, handbook covering the postal history of British Airmails. Beginning with the pre-First World War era (the first British Air Mail acceptance was during the Franco-Prussian War) and covering the development of Air Mail Services, Routes and Rates up to the end of 1945. The book covers "true Aerial Postal History" only, i.e. services which were available to the general public. A large volume, well illustrated with photographs, maps etc. As usual with Proud publications, valuations for covers are listed throughout.
£60.00Quantity:

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