Contents to Volume 41, Number 4.
Contents September 2010
The latest news from the stamp world.
Reports from philatelic societies.
Forthcoming Fairs and Auctions.
Around the Houses
News of recent auction results.
John Holman looks at Czech stamps designed by Alfons Mucha and the Indian Feudatory States of Nawanagar and Orchha; plus updates and reports from readers
New Royal Mail issues: Medical Breakthroughs, Garden Birds Post & Go stamps.
Stamps of London 2010
Derek Connell’s souvenirs of London 2010.
John M Deering examines recent booklets, iridescent overprints and the Machin and George V double head.
British Private Posts
Downstream Access Mail, Tourist stamps, Railway Letter stamps and Island stamps feature in John Holman’s survey of recent happenings.
Stamp Tour of Edinburgh
Robert W Catto visits Scotland’s capital, reviewing stamps that depict the city’s heritage.
The Cut-out Man
Michael Peach and Peter van Gelder tell the story of Herbert Weston, better known as Victor Marsh, well-known for his use of postal stationery cut-outs.
GB Specialised Catalogue
A supplement to the Great Britain Specialised Catalogue.
Reviews of works on Sicily and Newfoundland.
Gibraltar Post Office
Richard Garcia looks at the early years of the post office in Gibraltar.
The Diary of Samuel Creeps
Michael Banister selects more extracts from the journal of an ordinarie collector.
Owls on Stamps
P J Lanspeary reviews this popular thematic collecting subject.
Penang Postmarks – KG VI
More scarce and rare cancellations identified by David Horry.
Nimrod suggests some stamps worth looking for from Dominica. Your chance to win a £50 SG voucher in our easy-to-enter competition.
John Scott explores some unusual branches of postcard collecting.
Postal Stationery Matters
Peter van Gelder reports from London 2010 and stationery items from South Africa and Western Australia.
Queensland Stamps, 1901–1912
The background to the stamps of the first years of Federation is outlined by Richard Breckon.
Cardinal Newman & Papal Visit
Peter Jennings FRPSL, FRGS, reports on a new issue from the Isle of Man.
Dean Shepherd investigates the background to some recent new issues.
Shore to Shore
Island Hopper previews the Isle of Man’s Pope Benedict XVI miniature sheet, Freshwater Fish from Jersey and Guernsey’s National Trust Treasures
Unissued QEII/Catalogue Column
David Horry reveals the story behind another unissued stamp. Hugh Jefferies reports on a Falkland Islands watermark and varieties on British King Edward VII and George V stamps.
A 15-page update to the Stanley Gibbons Catalogue.