Previous Issues

June 2015

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, Giorgio Migliavacca examines the short-lived stamps of the Provisional Government of Tuscany and 160 years after they were…

May 2015

In the May issue of GSM, John Holman reports on Downstream Access mail, tourist stamps, Christmas charity mail, railway letter and island stamps and in…

April 2015

Included in this month’s GSM, Anthony Smith discusses the early postal history of Nauru with a particular focus on the British King George V overprinted…

March 2015

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Albert-Friedrich Gruene tells the whole truth and nothing but the truth about Deception Island’s rich postal history and in…

February 2015

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, John Moody explains how Germany’s charity stamps were ‘stolen’ by the Nazi Party to help support Hitler’s war…

January 2015

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Peter Ford FRPSL traces the development of Tobago’s postal history. With its locally produced bisects and surcharges, plus a…

December 2014

Included in this month’s GSM, John Deering provides a round-up of the 2014 mixed definitive/commemorative retail booklets and presents more information on the MA14-dated Machin…

November 2014

In the November issue of GSM, Peter van Gelder surveys the output of Commonwealth commemorative stamps in 1964 to see what was thought worthy of…

October 2014

Inside this month’s packed GSM, Alan Drysdall examines the stencil-cut and overprinted stamps of the Central South African Railways in use in Transvaal and Orange…

September 2014

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, John Hillson FRPSL, FCPS talks us through the duplex, combination and machine cancels introduced in Canada during the…

August 2014

Included in this month’s GSM, Douglas Muir examines the work of the Army Postal Service which provided such a morale boost to British troops during…

July 2014

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Robert Jack takes a look at the philatelic legacy left behind by field post facilities set up to serve…