Contents to Volume 41, Number 1.
Included in another eclectic mix of articles, Peter van Gelder investigates the 1948 Olympics aerogrammes, looks at the evolution of the word ‘aerogramme’, and Canadian cards featuring used cars and film stars and military postal ephemera can make an interesting addition to a collection, as John Scott reveals.
Contents June 2010
New look for 399; SG breaks world record; New RDPs; Scottish Congress; Congress Medal; Stamp Active Competition results; Exhibitions.
Reports from philatelic societies.
Forthcoming stamp fairs.
Forthcoming philatelic auctions.
Around the Houses
News of recent auction results.
Vatican Supports Earthquake
Vatican Post Office Supports Haiti Earthquake
John Holman looks at Late Fee stamps, more Indian Feudatory States, updates earlier articles and provides reports from readers.
For Queen and Country
Military postal ephemera can make an interesting addition to a collection, as John Scott reveals.
John M Deering reviews Festival Of London souvenirs and new definitives.
The Lowden Forgery
The events behind one of the best known philatelic forgeries.
GB Specialised Catalogue
A supplement to the Great Britain Specialised Catalogue.
Overprints - 40th Anniversary
The 40th Anniversary of the GB Overprints Society
BPOs in the Levant: 1857–1923
British Post Offices in the Levant: 1857–1923
Southern Rhodesia Postage Dues
The 1951 Southern Rhodesia Postage Dues
The MEF (1945 to 1947)
The MEF Period in the Dodecanese Islands (1945 to 1947)
GB Overprints Society
GB Overprints Society is not just about Stamps
Foreign Postal Stationery, A-E
Foreign Postal Stationery, A to E
Malaya's Comprehensive Stamps
Malaya’s One and Only Comprehensive Set of Stamps and Postal Stationery—Part 2
Nimrod suggests some stamps that are worth looking for from Tanganyika. Your chance to win a Penny Black in our easy-to-enter competition—the answers are in the magazine.
Postal Stationery Matters
Peter van Gelder investigates the 1948 Olympics aerogrammes, looks at the evolution of the word ‘aerogramme’, and Canadian cards featuring used cars and film stars.
Pioneering Recycled Stamps
Finland and Morocco Combine to Pioneer 100 per cent Recycled Stamps
The Diarie of Samuel Creeps
Michael Banister selects more extracts from the journal of an ordinarie collector.
Singapore Postmarks 1937–1955
Singapore Postmarks within the King George VI Period 1937–1955
John Moody investigates the background to some more new issues.
Stamp News in Brief
A summary of recent and forthcoming issues from around the world.
Shore to Shore
The accession of King George V, Girlguiding and Roses; Island Hopper reports on some new releases from the Isle of Man, Guernsey and Jersey.
Unissued Stamps/Catalogue Column
Continuing his new series, David Horry reveals the story behind another unissued stamp. The Catalogue Editor reports on surcharge varieties from Tasmania and Tobago.