STAMP MAGAZINE. JULY 2001. VOLUME 67, NO. 07.


130 pp, 11 11/16" H, soft cover (magazine format). Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs, reproductions, advertisements. Contents: King George VI - South Africa Pt. 3 (Unearthing plate flaws in the commemoratives); Reviews - Boo kshelf (A selection of top new philatelic books reviewed); Thematics - Wimbledon tennis (Postal slogans, postmarks and stamps); Classic GB postmarks (The top marks from around Britain since 1661); The top 10 US rarities (Rare bits from Post m a s t e r s t o inverted centres); Election special - use your vote! (The role of philately in persuading voters); 2d Blue cover mystery (A puzzle over an 1840 parliamentary cover); Inside GB Island Issues (The story of Channel Isles and Isle of Ma n is su es ); S t at es of independence (Postal turmoil for an independent Belgian Congo) + monthy departments (including article on Royal Cyphers from 1701 onwards). Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very mi no r e dge we ar, mi no r s oft crease at top corner of front cover - migrates into pages, small faint sticker mark on fron cover. Very Good

Title: STAMP MAGAZINE. JULY 2001. VOLUME 67, NO. 07.

Author Name: Fairclough, Steve, ed. (David Stanford, Allan Daniell, Don Staddon, Ken Forster, Christine Earle, Dickon Pollard, James Mackay, Richard West, Bill Goldsmith, Otto Hornung, Dave Garfield.)

Categories: Postal History,

Publisher: IPC Country & Leisrure Media Focus Network, London, 2001.:

Seller ID: 20614

Keywords: Philately, Stamps, Stamp collecting, Postmarks, King George VI, South Africa, African, Flaws, Commemoratives, Wimbledon tennis, Channel Isles, Man, Belgian Congo, Elections, Royal cyphers, Machin, Postmasters, U.S., Parliamentary cover.,