STAMP MAGAZINE. SEPTEMBER 2001. VOLUME 67, NO. 09.


130 pp, 11 11/16" H, soft cover (magazine format). Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs, reproductions, advertisements. Contents: Belgica 2001 - show review; King George VI varieties (South Africa's KGVI postage dues and offici als); Walking on the Moon (Issues for the 12 men to set foot on the Moon); The Thurn & Taxis legend (The family behind Europe's 500-year-old postal system); Self-adhesives - Part One (Richard West on the rocky history of sticky stamps); Dia r y o f a n auction (The inside track on organising philatelic auctions); Exclusive! - A printing feat (How Enschede printed the new GB Nobel issues); The Nobel Prize winners (Tom Wilson highlights Nobel prize commemoratives); The Boxer rebellion ( Th e p os t al i t ems from a fierce Chinese conflict) + monthy departments (including article on the 1896 Russian state visit to France). Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, small sof t b ump t o b ott om of fr on t cover - migrates into pages. Very Good

Title: STAMP MAGAZINE. SEPTEMBER 2001. VOLUME 67, NO. 09.

Author Name: Fairclough, Steve, ed. (David Stanford, Allan Daniell, Uty Rohrs, Don Staddon, Charles Kiddle, Francis Kiddle, Ken Forster, Christine Earle, Ross Burden, Dickon Pollard, Jeff Dugdale, James Van der Linden, Richard West, Rich Warren, Tom Wilson>0

Categories: Postal History,

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

Seller ID: 20615

Keywords: Philately, Stamps, Stamp collecting, Postmarks, Belgica, Belgium, Exhibitions, King George VI, South Africa, African, Moon, Astronauts, Thurn, Taxis, Self-adhesives, Auctions, Nobel prize winners, Boxer rebellion, China, Enschede, Russian royal fami,