Contents to Volume 41, Number 10.
Contents March 2011
The latest news from the stamp world.
Forthcoming Fairs and Auctions.
Around the Houses
News of recent auction results.
John Holman looks at ‘dead countries’, tourist cachets, obsolete stamps on cover and records more Britons on stamps.
New Royal Mail issues: Magical Realms – eight stamps to be released on 8 March – and WWF – ten stamps and a miniature sheet on 22 March.
John Deering’s regular update on modern GB issues
Douglas N Muir concludes his exploration of the work of King George V’s favourite sculptor.
GB Specialised Catalogue
A supplement to the Great Britain Specialised Catalogue.
Lord Mayor's Show
Derek Connell reports on last year’s Lord Mayor’s Show, which included a restored Mobile Post Office.
Postal Stationery Matters
Peter van Gelder gets help from a magazine of 1892, charts South Africa’s aerogrammes from 1995 to 2009, uncovers a feud between Victor and Oswald Marsh and looks at Canada’s cards of 2010.
The first of a two-part examination of the Flowers and Animals definitives of 1979–1986 by Mac McClaren.
The late Steve Hiscocks begins a review of the Telegraph stamps of Latin America – Argentina to Colombia.
Donald Radley and Greg Spring describe the origin and development of the Society.
Michael Banister selects extracts from the Creeps’ journal.
2010 Commonwealth Booklets
Geir Sør-Reime begins his annual survey of stamp booklets.
Colonial arms and badges have long intrigued Noel Davenhill who examines their depiction on stamps.
We look at the Islands’ history and the latest issues – including that for the Royal Engagement.
Philatelic Happenings in Ghana
Nicholas Pertwee concludes his investigation of Ghana’s recent stamp issues and the challenges they present.
Helping the Future
Attracting the young to the hobby, tips from Paul Brittain.
Aden Postmarks of George VI
The postmarks to be found on the stamps of Aden are listed and illustrated by David Horry.
Nimrod suggests some stamps worth looking for from Antugua. Win a £50 SG voucher.
Indian Aerial Posts
To mark the centenary of the world’s first aerial post and the Indipex 2011 philatelic exhibition, Peter Jennings FRPSL, FRGS, selects items from his collection.
Stamp News in Brief
A summary of recent and forthcoming issues from around the world.
Shore to Shore
Island Hopper looks at the latest issues from the Channel Islands and Isle of Man.
Dean Shepherd investigates the background to some recent new issues.
Unissued QEII/Catalogue Column
David Horry reveals the story behind another unissued stamp. Hugh Jefferies reports on phosphor band varieties and the postal use of Nigerian fiscals.
A 13-page update to the Stanley Gibbons catalogue.