Previous Issues

June 2024

Inside this month’s packed GSM, Gerhard Freund investigates the stamp emergency money adopted by banks and commercial enterprises during times of economic crises and following…

May 2024

In May’s must-read issue of the world’s leading philatelic consumer magazine, Neil Donen reveals a relatively untapped area of postal history surrounding the 1935 Silver…

April 2024

In the April issue of GSM, Majed Halawi looks at the 1884 5s. on 1s. surcharges introduced as an emergency measure by the colonial government…

March 2024

Included in this month’s GSM, in the first of a short series of articles, Robert B Galland examines the design, dies and paper associated with…

February 2024

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Noel Davenhill returns with the latest instalment to his articles looking at British colonial issues with a review of…

January 2024

In the January issue of GSM, as Royal Mail’s Post & Go series comes to an end, former Senior Curator of Philately at The Postal…

December 2023

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, Noel Davenhill returns with the latest instalment in his series on British Commonwealth and Empire stamps. This time…

November 2023

Inside this month’s packed GSM, Hugh Osborne talks about the first airmails of the Falkland Islands, including pioneering flights, Zeppelin mail, and mail from an…

October 2023

In the October issue of GSM, Michael Burzan gives a collector’s view of some of the most desirable material associated with India’s first anniversary of…

September 2023

Included in this month’s GSM, with the release of the new King Charles III definitives, which bear the Jennings coinage profile design, Douglas N Muir…

August 2023

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Noel Davenhill examines the key issues of Northern Rhodesia from 1924 to 1963, including the elusive 1953 inverted Script…

July 2023

In the July issue of GSM, using his connections with postal employees of both the Islamic Republic era and those working in the Post Office…