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Title: Stamp Magazine. September 2001. Volume 67, No. 09.
Description: IPC Country & Leisrure Media Focus Network, London, 2001.. 130 pp, 11 11/16" H, soft cover (magazine format). Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs, reproductions, advertisements. Contents: Belgica 2001 - show review; King George VI varieties (South Africa's KGVI postage dues and offici als); Walking on the Moon (Issues for the 12 men to set foot on the Moon); The Thurn & Taxis legend (The family behind Europe's 500-year-old postal system); Self-adhesives - Part One (Richard West on the rocky history of sticky stamps); Dia r y o f a n auction (The inside track on organising philatelic auctions); Exclusive! - A printing feat (How Enschede printed the new GB Nobel issues); The Nobel Prize winners (Tom Wilson highlights Nobel prize commemoratives); The Boxer rebellion ( Th e p os t al i t ems from a fierce Chinese conflict) + monthy departments (including article on the 1896 Russian state visit to France). Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear, small sof t b ump t o b ott om of fr on t cover - migrates into pages. Very Good.

Keywords: Philately, Stamps, Stamp Collecting, Postmarks, Belgica, Belgium, Exhibitions, King George Vi, South Africa, African, Moon, Astronauts, Thurn, Taxis, Self-Adhesives, Auctions, Nobel Prize Winners, Boxer Rebellion, China, Enschede, Russian Royal Fami

Price: US$ 10.00 Seller: Capricorn Books
- Book number: 20615

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