Previous Issues

June 2022

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, to commemorate The Queen’s Jubilee year, Majed Halawi shows how the political and economic climate of post-war Britain…

May 2022

Inside this month’s packed GSM, Ian Greig, a member of the British Society of Australian Philately, reveals the inspiration for the design of the 1857…

April 2022

In the April issue of GSM, in another article on British Colonial and Protectorate stamps, Noel Davenhill highlights the stamps of Dominica, from its 1874…

March 2022

Included in this month’s GSM, Mike Dovey explores the complex factors of mail which travelled to and from Great Britain, the USA and Canada in…

February 2022

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Douglas N Muir RDP, Senior Curator of Philately at The Postal Museum, gives an insight into the important material…

January 2022

In the January issue of GSM, Brian Peace FRPSL turns crime scene investigator as he looks at the philatelic evidence left behind from the theft…

December 2021

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, Susan McEwen FRPSL of the Malaya Study Group reveals how one man’s forethought has provided collectors with a…

November 2021

Inside this month’s packed GSM, John Deering highlights more new finds for modern GB collectors. This month, he reveals more Machins with M21L year codes…

October 2021

In the October issue of GSM, Devlan Kruck unmasks an affordable and fun variety to be found on the Queen Elizabeth 1958–61 3d. deep lilac…

September 2021

Included in this month’s GSM, Michael Waugh FRPSL of the Malaya Study Group presents the first part of his introduction to the postal history of…

August 2021

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Noel Davenhill returns with the latest in his long-running series on British colonial issues. This month, he provides a…

July 2021

In the July issue of GSM, Peter Ford examines the stamps of British Guiana printed by De La Rue between 1876 and 1932 and Steve…