Previous Issues

June 2020

In the June edition of GSM, Richard West highlights more reasons for stamps to be overprinted, Joh Groenewald travels to Bermuda to examine the prisoner…

May 2020

Inside this month’s edition of Gibbon’s Stamp Monthly Christer Brunstrom takes us on a tour of Peru’s 1936-37 airmails and, as we reach the 180th…

April 2020

Highlights of this month’s edition of Gibbon’s Stamp Monthly include the 150th anniversary of British pre-stamped postcards and wrappers a guide to collecting Collecting the…

March 2020

Inside this issue of the world’s leading philatelic journal Alan Wishart looks at Germany’s Zeppelin issues, and Neil Richie examines the stamps, provisional postmarks and…

February 2020

Inside the February issue of GSM Robert Galland FRPSL showcases Wilding mail sent to or from areas of conflict, John Moody traces the philatelic history…

January 2020

A few of the highlights of January’s GSM include a report of the Queen’s opening of the new RPSL headquarters and Hugh Jefferies’ discussion on…

December 2019

Inside this month’s issue of GSM, Richard West takes a look at what Cinderellas, postal stationery and revenue stamps have to offer the collector and…

November 2019

Inside November’s must-read GSM, Richard West takes to the skies to reveal what aerophilately and astrophilately has to offer and Alan Wishart FRPSL uncovers the…

October 2019

Inside October’s GSM, Vincent Schouberechts highlights some exceptional maritime postal history pieces and Mac McClaren of the Malaya Study Group, discusses the finer details of…

September 2019

Included in this month’s issue, Richard West reveals how every cover tells a story in this beginner’s guide for budding postal historians and John Moody…

August 2019

Inside this month’s packed GSM, we report back from the 2019 Philatelic Congress of Great Britain and John Moody examines the short philatelic legacy left…

July 2019

Included in another eclectic mix of articles, we review Royal Mail’s latest issue, which marks the 75th anniversary of the D-Day landings and Alan Wishart…