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Book Reviews

The Literary World of Stamp Collecting Through the Eyes of our Knowledgeable Community

Book Reviews

The Literary World of Stamp Collecting Through the Eyes of our Knowledgeable Community

The following are provided for the interest of members.  If you have books or other philatelic literature you think would be of interest to other members and should be added to the this page please contact the General Secretary. For readers information the most recent additions are listed at the top of the Table..

Falkland Islands & Dependenciesby Stanley Gibbons Catalogue 8th Edition​
Australasian Crash Mail and Mail from other Incidents, Vol Two, 1931 – 1935 by Brian R Peace FRPSL APR, reviewed by Ken Sanford, IPDA Director USA
Newfoundland’s Last Definitives: The WaterlowPrintings. C.A. Stillions. in BNAPS Exhibit Series No 104. (2019) published by British North America Philatelic Society
£5 Pound Orange by Dr John Horsley (IPDA Member)
George V’s Obsession – a king and his stamps by Jack Shanash
Air Crash Mail of Imperial Airways and Predecessor Airlines – by Ken Sanford (IPDA Member)
LZ-129 HINDENBURG, ZEPPELIN CRASH MAIL, by Dieter Leder – Reviewed by Ken Sanford
Philately: The Art of Stamp Collection by John Sundararaj​
Journal of the American Philatelic Research Library (Philatelic Literature Review) ​
The Philatelic Book of Secrets by Bruce McDonald
Every stamp tells a story: A National Postal Museum publication​
The One-Cent Magenta: Inside the Quest to Own the World’s Most Valuable Stamp by James Barron​
Passing in Review by Herman L. Halle
Persiphila Iran Classic Philatelic Reference (Volume 1 – Qajar Dynasty) PersiCat 2007 – Lee Coen
Airmail – 100 Years of History – The American Philatelist – review submitted by member Michael Dodd​
The Al Raddie Collection of Scott 1285 Albert Einstein FDCs
AFDCS Publishes Lawrence Work on Jenny First Day Covers