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Top 10 Posts for June 2014 from Stamps of the World.

| Sunday, July 6, 2014

1.- Aland issuing programme 2014.

Aland issuing programme 2014.

7.2 Postal label 2014, Old wooden decoys, Velvet scoter 7.2 Mariahamn Theatre Society 100 years 7.2 Passenger ferries: m/s Birka Princess, m/s Viking Grace 17.3 Nordic, Ships at Sea (miniature sheet) 11.4 Zero tolerance 8.5 Europa-Music instruments 8.5...

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2.- North Borneo Stamps: A Cover That Missed the Last Clipper Service

North Borneo Stamps: A Cover That Missed the Last Clipper Service

Pan-American Trans-Pacific Clipper Service (1935-1941) I showed this cover to one of my non-philatelic friends one day and jokingly asked him if he would buy it for €50. Although quite impressed with the heavy colourful frankings, like an innate reflex, he spontaneously asked me back"Fifty...

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3.- North Borneo Stamps: British Military Administration (BMA).

North Borneo Stamps: British Military Administration (BMA).

The BMA took charge of Brunei's postal service on 17 December 1945 and treated all four British Borneo teritories as one unit (as also had the Japanese). Sarawak stamps of the 1934-41 issue and North Borneo 1939 issue were overprinted "BMA". None of the Brunei stamps were overprinted primarily...

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4.- Top 10 Posts for April 2014 from Stamps of the World.

Top 10 Posts for April 2014 from Stamps of the World.

1.- Stamp stories: The Canadian Stamp Collection Is there anyone who hasn’t carefully torn off the corner of an envelope to save a particularly exotic stamp? Many of us collected stamps in childhood — some even developed a passion for philately, later building it into a career. The charm of...

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5.- Stamp stories: The Canadian Stamp Collection

Stamp stories: The Canadian Stamp Collection

Is there anyone who hasn’t carefully torn off the corner of an envelope to save a particularly exotic stamp? Many of us collected stamps in childhood — some even developed a passion for philately, later building it into a career. The charm of postage stamps lies largely in the fact that they are...

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6.- The Stamps of China (1908) (Part V).

The Stamps of China (1908) (Part V).

The stamps were printed in Japan from designs proposed by the Customs Statistical Department in Shanghai. The values were in cents and dollars, and the unsold remainders of provisional stamps were withdrawn and superseded by this new issue? The three highest values were printed in two colours. The...

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7.- The Stamps of China (1908) (Part IV).

The Stamps of China (1908) (Part IV).

Range of Catalogue Prices: unused. Large stocks of this issue are still available and are likely to remain so for many years to come. There is, therefore, no need to set out any range of prices. 1894. Nine values. Designs: All different. The inscriptions remained the same, except that the word...

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8.- The Stamps of China (1908) (Part III).

The Stamps of China (1908) (Part III).

Postage. “The rate of postage is different, according to whether letters go from seaport to seaport, into the inland, or to foreign countries. For foreign letters it shall be regulated by Art. 5 and 6 of the Universal Postal Union agreement. If a foreign letter is to be sent through an Imperial...

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9.- The Stamps of China (1908) (Part II).

The Stamps of China (1908) (Part II).

Postmarked Copies With the help of postmarked copies much may be accomplished in the direction of solving some of the problems referred to. We may for instance decide the question of the wide and narrow spacing–which came first. With the view of including everything that will complete the...

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10.- The Stamps of China (1908) (Part I).

The Stamps of China (1908) (Part I).

This excellent article was written by the noted philatelist Edward J. Nankivell and first published in The Postage Stamp, February 1908. The Chinese Empire comprises what is termed China Proper, and the Dependencies of Manchuria, Mongolia, Eastern Turkestan, and Tibet. China Proper has an area...

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