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1.
100 Greatest American Stamps 
by Janet Klug and Don Sundman
 
(140 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-079482248-4
Provides a lavishly illustrated tour of the 100 greatest U.S. postage stamps.
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Abraham Lincoln Illustrated Envelopes and Letter Paper 1860‑1865 
by James W. Milgram, M.D.
 
(272 pages Hardbound)
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Aerogrammes of Australia and its Dependencies, 1944‑1980 Image
Aerogrammes of Australia and its Dependencies, 1944‑1980 
by Robert C. Stein
 
(188 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-933580-12-6
For each air letter and aerogramme, information is provided on first day of use, quantity issued, history and design, format, dimensions, paper, printing varieties and special flights, cachets, and cancellations.
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Airmails of Canada and Newfoundland, 2nd Edition 
by AAMS
 
(635 pages Hardbound)
(2022) American Air Mail Catalogue Vol. 4, 7th Edition. Canadian pioneer flights, SCADTA, semi-officials, government flights, airship, balloon, helicopter, anniversary, aerogrammes and air letter sheets, Canadian Forces and Warplane Heritage covers, Canadian Air Mail Field cancels, airmail rates, markings, astro. Newfoundland.
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Airmails of Trinidad and Tobago 
by Ron G. Wike
 
(214 pages Perfect Bound)
ISBN: 978-1-907481-30-7
An in-depth study of the airmails from the early days up to Concorde complemented by contemporary photographs, many never published before. This book, winner of the American Airmail Society George G. Kingdom Literature Award in 1999, is a must for all collectors of aerophilately. It has recently been reprinted and now has practically all first flight covers illustrated in color.
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Alexandria Blue Boy, The 
by by May Day Taylor
 
(43 pages Softbound)
The famous cover is the only known example of the Alexandria, Virginia, postmaster provisional stamp printed on blue paper. This is a story of an old resident and the stamp on an old letter drawing attention to an old city where there once was an enterprising postmaster.

Book measures 6 x 9
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American Air Mail Catalogue, 6th Edition, Volume 1 
by AAMS
 
(517 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-21-7
(1998) U.S. Pioneer Flights, U.S. Government Flights, U.S. Air Express, U.S. Interrupted Flights, Airport Dedications, Mexico.
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American Air Mail Catalogue, 6th Edition, Volume 2 
by AAMS
 
(588 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-24-1
(2003) U.S. First Flights (since 1978 deregulation), Glider Mail, First Jet Flights.
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American Air Mail Catalogue, 6th Edition, Volume 3 
by AAMS
 
(486 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-26-8
(2005) U.S. Foreign Contract Routes (FAM), Alaska, Canal Zone.
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American Air Mail Catalogue, 7th Edition, Volume 1 
by AAMS
 
(690 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-27-6
(2014) U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) Routes 1-34, Philippine Islands, Foreign Flag U.S. Flights.
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American Air Mail Catalogue, 7th Edition, Volume 2 
by AAMS
 
(488 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-28-4
An entirely new volume devoted to Polar Aerophilately.
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American Air Mail Catalogue, 7th Edition, Volume 3 
by By AAMS
 
(562 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-30-6
(2017) U.S. Contract Air Mail (CAM) - First Flights Covers: AM Routes 1-28; U.S. Pioneer Airmail Flights 1910-1916; Canal Zone Airmails 1918-1979; Amelia Earhart; Gliders; and U.S. Government Airmail Flights.
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Appletons’ United States Postal Guide 1863 
by D. Appleton and Company
 
(236 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: None Found
The October 1863 issue of Appleton’s Postal Guide may be the only issue to every appear of what was announced as a quarterly publication. A new postal act with major changes in rates and postal procedures had gone into effect on July 1, 1863, and the Guide includes a summary of the new laws and regulations. The Guide includes a complete list of post offices in the United States.
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APS Stamp Identifier
 
(124 pages Spiral Bound)
2004. A guide listing hundreds of country names and markings used on difficult to identify stamps.
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Beginner Kit
 
(Collecting Kit)
The Beginner Kit provides everything needed to begin the fun and fascinating hobby of stamp collecting. “Collect Stamps: An Activity Book for Children” is included in the kit, along with an album, tongs, magnifying glass, stamps, hinges, and more. An ideal gift for young collectors.
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Bellefonte and the Early Air Mail 1918‑1927 ‑ Third Edition 
by Kathleen Wunderly
 
(150 pages Softbound)
ISBN: Not assigned
Based on exhaustive research by Bellefonte resident Kathleen “Kitty” Wunderly, the second edition of Bellefonte and the Early Air Mail 1918-1927 tells the story of Bellefonte, Pennsylvania’s role in the early days of U.S. Airmail Mail. Wunderly’s expanded work offers a unique, local perspective on the men, the machines and the challenges of airmail service in America.
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Bermuda: Crossroads of the Atlantic, A Postal History 
by Arthur H. Groten M.D., FRPSL & David R. Pitts, FRPSL
 
(150 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-0-933580-82-4
A look at the early postal history of Bermuda, the story of its links with the rest of the world, and more.
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Buffalo Cinderellas: The Gentleman, The Huckster and the Pan American Exposition 
by Rick Barrett
 
(182 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-0-9995785-0-6
Buffalo Cinderellas details the fascinating life stories of two men who distributed souvenir stamps for the 1901 Pan American Exposition. One was a reputable man, and the other was a traveling charlatan who later drifted into the darkness of forgery and swindling. Collectors and non-collectors alike enjoy the history and tales!
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Cataloging U.S. Commemorative Stamps: 1950 
by Charles Posner
 
(103 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-0-933580-80-0
Published 2016. This book presents the commemorative postage stamps issued during 1950.
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Cayman Islands Postcards 
by Thomas E. Giraldi
 
(202 pages Perfect Bound)
ISBN: 978-1-907481-10-9
This long awaited book is here at last. Tom has over many years collected information on all aspects of Cayman Islands philately and has written this catalogue which is and will remain a steadfast guide to the cards of these islands. The postcards (and QSL cards) are lavishly illustrated in color and it will be a book which collectors of BWI picture postcards will refer to as a standard work for many years.
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Chicago Postal Markings and Postal History 
by Leonard Piszkiewicz
 
(576 pages Hardbound)
2006. Includes 8-page color section. A comprehensive study of postal markings used in Chicago from 1831 until the mid-1950’s. This is most exhaustive study of post office operations in a major American city. It serves as a template for the study of any period of the American mails.
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Classic Collections – St. Lucia 
by Charles Freeland, FRPSL
 
(18 pages Softbound)
ISBN: 978-1-907481-31-4
This book is a continuation of the series highlighting the finest BWI collections. Freeland’s St. Lucia is the definitive collection with much material from the pre-stamp era, the St. Lucia Steam Conveyance Company, the early Perkins Bacon issues through to the De La Rue keyplate issues. More modern stamps are not neglected and there are sections on the Postal Fiscals as well as the Postal Stationery. Illustrated in full color throughout, this is a worthy successor to the previous Classic Collections publications.
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Combat and Special Operations of U.S. Motor Boats during World War Two 
by Norman Gruenzner
 
(518 pages )
A chronology, includes volume 1 and volume 2, 306 photos and illustrations.
The Combat and Special Operations of PT boats during WWII book documents their creation and operational history. Tied to the operation phase is their postal history. The book provides the collector the opportunity to know what the writer was doing at the time the letter was written. There are many photos and illustrations of combat events and covers. Listed mail includes covers from John F. Kennedy and others who received awards for valor.
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Cool Stamps: Creating Fun and Fascinating Collections 
by Pam Price
 
(32 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-1-59679-774-1
Introduces kids to the hobby in an easy-to-read format.
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Dorothy Knapp: Philately and Family 
by Douglas S. Weisz
 
(298 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 13: 978-0-692-24343-5
Dorothy Knapp: Philately and Family is the definitive biography and complete works of the most famous cachet artist in the history of philately.
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Durland Standard Plate Number Catalog, 2020 ‑ SPIRAL BOUND 
by United States Stamp Society
 
(442 pages Spiral Bound)
The Catalog provides the most comprehensive research source for plate number information on United States postage and revenue stamps, including tax-paid revenue stamps, with listings for overprinted Possessions postage, Allied Military government stamps and other back-of-the-book stamps, dummy and test stamps, MDI “Blue Cover” booklets and partial Plate numbers on booklet and coil Stamps.
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Early BWI Covers Perkins Bacon Adhesives ‑ Trinidad 
by Peter C. Ford
 
(164 pages Softbound)
Printed 2019 by British West Indies Study Circle
For many years, there has been a listing of early Trinidad covers on the BWISC website; this book is an extension of that listing but now separating them into areas of destination. There have been many additions to the original listing and the book contains many high quality illustrations. This should be of great help to both dealers and collectors when researching the provenance of any particular cover.
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Encyclopaedia of Jamaican Philately, Volume 9, Military Mails 
by Paul Farrimond and Raymond Murphy
 
(458 pages Perfect Bound)
ISBN: 978-1-907481-24-6
This book is based on the original written by the late Derek Sutcliffe; it has been thoroughly revised and largely re-written. It continues the aim of presenting the Jamaica Encyclopaedia in a new softbacked format with many illustrations now in full color.
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Encyclopedia of United States Stamps and Stamp Collecting, 2nd Edition 
by Rodney A. Juell, Lynn R. Batdorf & Steven J. Rod
 
(768 pages Hardbound)
The most comprehensive book on United States stamps and stamp collecting.
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FLAKED OUT, The Story of Cod & Newfoundland 
by by C. H. Colman
 
(33 pages Softbound)
ISBN: 9781453856628
This engaging children's history book makes a great present for young collectors. Beautiful Newfoundland stamps provide the illustrations, including the world's first dog stamp and the first portrayal of Queen Elizabeth the Second. Travel to Canada's easternmost province and the waters that surround it for a delightful journey. Suitable for ages 5-9.
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Florida Postal History During the Civil War 
by Deane R. Briggs, MD
 
(299 pages Hardbound)
This book is a culmination of collecting and researching Florida Confederate covers.
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32.
Forwarding of Mail by the U.S. Post Office Department, 1792‑2001 
by Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz
 
(240 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-9712608-0-X
More than 250 illustrations enhance the 21 chapters devoted to the forwarding of all classes of mail.
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Fundamentals of Philately 
by L.N. Williams
 
(862 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 0-933580-12-6
Reprint of revised 1990 edition. Printing inks, paper, watermarks, gum perforations, and much more.
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Further Insights into U.S. Postal History, 1794‑2019 
by Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz
 
(229 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-0-933580-84-8
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Guide to United States Vending and Affixing Machine Perforations, 1907‑1927 
by Steven R. Belasco
 
(220 pages Hardbound)
(2009) Tells the fascinating and complex story of the proprietary coils developed by manufacturers of stamp vending and affixing machines in the early 20th Century. Covers more than 250 major varieties of coil stamps made by the six companies that created these perforations, discusses their history and proprietary perforations, stamps to which the perforations were applied, scarcity of these stamps on and off cover, and factors to be considered to identify the many fakes of these coils. Illustrated in full color.
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Hawaii Foreign Mail to 1870, Volume 1, 2, 3 ‑ Box Set 
by Fred F. Gregory
 
(1233 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-0-911989-04-5
Explore early Hawaii history and postal history with Hawaii Foreign Mail to 1870 — a boxed set of three hardcover volumes. Generous color illustrations and clear, compelling copy on 1,233 golden-edge pages bring the era to life, making each volume entertaining to read. You’ll also gain a broad understanding of the pioneer stampless covers to or from fur and sandalwood traders, whalers and missionaries, the use of Hawaii and United States postage stamps on Hawaii mail and the postage rates and markings to 1870.
Orders will be fulfilled by the Philatelic Foundation, New York, New York. Overseas Customers – please contact the PF at (212) 221-6555 to place your order and obtain shipping options.
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Insights into U.S. Postal History, 1855‑2016 
by Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz
 
(234 pages Hardbound)
Chapters on 13 aspects of U.S. postal history, plus two appendices including one on research resources.
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La Posta Monograph Series 2, Number 2 ‑ 19th Century American Genre Paintings: Reading Newspapers in Tavern Post Offices 
by Diane DeBlois and Robert Dalton Harris
 
(36 pages Softbound)
(2020) Three of the best known American genre paintings from the 19th century are examined to find out what they reveal about the postal system of the times, what post office the artists might have depicted, and where the paintings fit in the narratives of three of the big upheavals in the early 19th century.
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La Posta Monograph Series 2, Number 3 ‑ The Postal History of Saint Simons Island, Georgia 
by Steve L. Swain
 
(68 pages Softbound)
2021, full color. The Postal History of St. Simons Island, Georgia is another venture into a new field by offering a look into one aspect of Georgia postal history, a state with very few published resources. Author Steve Swain not only lives in Georgia, he is also the editor of Georgia Post Roads, the journal of the Georgia Postal History Society. He is well versed in his subject and relates the full story with tales dating back to the formation of the United States.
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La Posta Monograph Series 2, Number 4 ‑ The Postal History of Douglas County, Kansas 
by Jeff Lough
 
(88 pages Softbound)
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2022, full color. Author Jeff Lough specializes in the postal history of Kansas and is working on a multi-volume set of books that will cover the entire state. But he lives in Douglas County and therefore begins his story with one of the most populous of the state's 105 counties. With more than 150 supporting images, you'll learn all about the Douglas County post offices, postmaster, postal markings, and resources for this significant Kansas county.
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41.
Letters of Gold 
by Jesse L. Coburn
 
(390 pages Hardbound)
Explains and illustrates the postal history of California from 1849 to 1869.
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Liberty Series 
by Ken Lawrence, C. David Eeles, and Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz
 
(262 pages Softbound)
ISBN: 978-0-933580-74-3
A comprehensive guide to the U.S. 1954 set of definitive stamps.
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Max – I didn’t get to know him very well. 
by A. D. Jones
 
(132 pages Softbound)
ISBN: 0-939429-25-X
(2004) Life of Max Miller, first early U.S. airmail pilot. Story in the development of U.S. trans-continental airmail service.
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44.
McCoy Inverted Jenny – Position 76, The 
by Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, Inc.
 
(48 pages Softbound)
ISBN: No No.
Offered on behalf of the American Philatelic Research Library, Sale 1157, Thursday, May 11, 2017, the sale of Position 76 of the famed McCoy Block of the Inverted Jenny.
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New York City Auxiliary Markings, 1798‑2022 
by Anthony S. Wawrukiewicz and Thomas C. Breske
 
(212 pages Hardbound)
ISBN: 978-0-933580-85-5
(2022) With introduction of auxiliary markings basics.
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North Atlantic Non‑Contract Steamship Sailings 1838‑1875 
by Richard Winter and John Barwis
 
(366 pages Hardbound)
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ISBN: 978-0-93-358086-2
The long-awaited companion volume to Richard Winter's essential North Atlantic Mail Sailings 1840-75 documents sailing data of steamship companies that carried non-contract mails on the North Atlantic. A highly-detailed reference volume.
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Numbered Army & Air Force Post Office Locations (Volume 1) – BPOs, PRSs, & Regular APOs 
by Russ Carter
 
(321 pages Loose Leaf, 3-hole punch)
Vol. 1 of 3 part series, 7th ed., loose leaf, 3-hole punch format. 23 illustrations, 7 charts.
The locations of all APOs are listed covering WW2 era to the ZIP change over in 1964. Listed are the dates at each location along with its postal concentration center. The same information is given for APO sub units and branches. An index lists each country and what numbers were used there.
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Numbered Army & Air Force Post Office Locations (Volume 2) ‑ Temporary APOs 
by Russ Carter
 
(417 pages Loose Leaf, 3-hole punch)
3 part series, 7th ed., loose leaf, 3-hole punch format. 17 illustrations, 9 documents and 1 chart.
During WW2, temporary APOs were used to get mail to person moving from one location to another. Each is listed along with what Postal Concentration Center was used to get the mail overseas, where it was assigned to, the dates of use, what country and APO the mail went to. Additional information is listed that was taken from covers and other sources. An explanation of the letter codes attached to the APOs is found in the introduction.
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Numbered Navy & Marine Corps Post Office Locations (Volume 3) 
by Russ Carter
 
(289 pages Loose Leaf, 3-hole punch)
3 part series, 7th ed., loose leaf, 3-hole punch format.
This book gives the locations of Navy numbers, Fleet Post Offices, Branches, and other Navy postal facilities. The dates of use are given and cover from WW2 to the ZIP era in 1965. The type of Post Office and what units used those numbers is listed if known. An index lists each country and what numbers were used there.
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Pat Paragraphs 
by Elliott Perry
 
(648 pages Hardbound)
Reprint of Elliott Perry’s work published in 58 issues over his lifetime. Emphasis on issues of the 19th century, locals, carriers and express posts plus match and medicine stamps. Arranged by subject matter.
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