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Cumulative Index

SECTION 1: STAMPS BY REIGN

A listing categorised by reign, issue, and (where appropriate) value.

QUEEN VICTORIA

Auction sale, Cawardine Collection (Jackson) [M] 39(6)112

— M. and P. Holding (Jackson) [S] 29(1)19

— Wills Collection (Harmers of London) [M] 28(1)12

Demonetisation of postage stamps (Young) [L] 40(2)21, (Mark) [S] 40(3)50, (Young) [M] 40(3)50, (Griffiths) [S] 40(3)52, (Muir) [L] 40(4)71, (Schmitz-Le Hanne) [N] 40(4)78, (Wheat) [S] 40(4)79, (Louis) [M] 40(4)80, (Kaltwasser) [S] 41(5)102

Display, 20 Oct. 1990, Queen Victoria by C. R. P. Goodwin (Kirk) [N] 29(1)13

Inland Revenue Stamping Dept, archives of (Wiseman) [L] 36(6)114

Paper contract, first (Messenger) [L] 40(5)97, (Messenger) [M] 41(1)3

Prince Consort essay, in red-brown perf. 16 (Burgess) [M] 45(1)10

Specimen and Cancelled stamps (Leathart) [L] 51(3)56, (Simpson) [M] 51(4)84, (Jackson) [C] 51(4)85

Stamps used on last day, 31 May 1901 (Louis) [M] 40(4)80

Survival rate of stamps on cover (Brauers) [M] 52(4)73

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QUEEN VICTORIA - Line-Engraved

'Ivory heads', on interleaving paper (Robinson) [M] 49(4)88

1841-80, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)26

Archer, post-trial plates (Simpson) [C] 46(1)3

Auction sale, Durham Collection [S] 31(5)92

— Folkard Collection (Phillips press release) [M] 36(6)112, (Jackson) [M] 37(1)10

— Wills Collection (Harmers of London) [M] 28(1)12

Blueing of the 1d red (Slattery) [L] 49(1)1, (Slattery) [L] 49(2)40

Book review, British Line-Engraved Stamps: Repaired Impressions. Wiggins (Dagnall) [R] 21(3)40

— Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars 1840-1864. Statham (Folkard) [R] 34(2)29

— GB, The Line-Engraved Issues of the Victorian Era. Reck (Fisher) [R] 21(3)40

— The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars 1840-1864, Vols 1 & 2, 1995. Statham (Sherman) [R] 34(1)17

— — Vol. 3. Statham (Sherman) [R] 35(5)92

— — Vols 5-8. Statham (Bird) [R] 38(1)16

— — Vols 9-10. Statham (Bird) [R] 38(3)59

— — Vols 11 & 12. Statham (Bird) [R] 39(4)80

Colours, and the 'Penny Blue' (Gibbons-Partridge) [M] 32(4)78

Die flaw? (Smith) [M] 29(4)69, (Reid) [C] 29(5)96

Dies, 1d, new difference between (Williams) [S] 29(5)98

Display, 25 Apr. 1987, QV by Howard O. Fraser (Kirk) [S] 25(4)62

— 29 Oct. 1988, Line-Engraved and Embossed by Sir Leonard Atkinson (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— 16 Sept. 1989, Line-engraved by Ian Dixon-Patterson [S] 27(5)96

— 17 Mar. 1990, Classics by Sir Leonard Atkinson (Gilbert) [M] 28(4)87

— 15 Sept. 1990, Line-engraved by Robert Folkard (Gilbert) [S] 29(1)12

— 16 Nov. 1991, Early Line-Engraved by Nigel Howard (Gilbert) [S] 30(1)7

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)24

Ink, Rose Pink ingredient (Messenger) [M] 42(4)78, (Messenger) [M] 42(5)94

— nature of 'prussiate of potash' ingredient (Messenger) [M] 42(6)136, (Jackson) [C] 43(1)12

— recipe (Messenger) [M] 42(4)78

Inks of the 1d red (Slattery) [L] 51(6)121

Inks of the Penny Red (Slattery) [L] 52(1)14

Interleaving paper, stamp images on (Dixon-Patterson) [S] 27(4)72, (Robinson) [M] 49(4)88

Marginal markings (Lyon) [N] 35(2)39, (Lyon) [C] 36(1)16

Mixed franking, imperf. & perf. (Robinson) [M] 43(2)30

PRO records (Wiseman) [S] 35(5)86

Paper contract, first (Messenger) [L] 40(4)41, (Messenger) [L] 40(6)112, (Messenger) [M] 41(2)23, (Messenger) [L] 41(4)71, (Hopkinson) [N] 41(4)76, (Dagnall) [N] 41(4)77

Paper, size of reams (Hopkinson) [M] 41(4)76, (Dagnall) [M] 41(5)103, (Madden) [M] 42(3)62

Perforation (Wiseman) [M] 43(2)37

— Napier machines, modifications to (Simpson) [M] 36(2)38, (Jackson) [C] 36(3)53, (Wiseman) [S] 36(3)54, (Simpson) [M] 36(3)55, (Wiseman) [S] 36(6)115, (Simpson) [M] 37(1)14

— crisis in 1879 (Simpson) [L] 37(1)14

— double (Batty) [M] 43(4)88

— missing pins (Maushammer) [M] 31(2)31, (Madden) [S] 31(2)40, [C] 31(3)53

— missing pins on Penny Reds, a notation for (Simpson) [M] 32(4)61

— no govt trials were made (Wiseman) [S] 43(2)39

— official, date of issue? (Sargent) [N] 36(4)80

— post-trial Archer plates (Simpson) [L] 45(6)139

Plate numbers, allotted by Perkins, Bacon (Messenger) [S] 27(5)83

Plates, current numbers, list of (Messenger) [L] 37(2)30

— no records for 1867 (Messenger) [S] 29(2)31

— possible re-use of (Leivers) [L] 37(1)1, (Batty) [M] 38(1)18, (Leivers) [S] 39(2)22, (Hollins) [S] 39(2)22, (Messenger) [M] 39(3)41, (Thomas) [S] 39(4)77, (Batty) [C] 39(6)114

— steel engraving plates (Rowse) [L] 29(1)4, (Messenger) [S] 30(1)18

— withdrawal and defacement (Simpson) [C] 36(1)18, (Messenger) [L] 36(4)61, (Messenger) [L] 36(5)91, (Simpson) [S] 36(6)105

Plating of the Penny 1840-1864 (Fisher) [C] 22(3)42, (Fisher) [C] 23(1)16, (Fisher) [C] 23(2)28, (Dagnall) [E] 26(4)76, (Kirk) [C] 26(4)76, (Bolzan) [C] 26(4)76, (Chappell) [C] 26(4)76, (Thompson) [C] 26(4)76, (Thompson) [C] 26(4)77, (Fenning) [C] 28(4)80, (Batty) [C] 46(2)36

Plating techniques, letter tilt (Messenger) [S] 43(2)25

Plating, aids (Messenger) [N] 35(2)40

— using Fisher-Brown plating gauge with computer (Abela & Jackson) [L] 40(2)26

Prince Consort essay (Burgess) [L] 44(3)56

— image census (Burgess) [L] 44(4)89

Printing room at Perkins, Bacon & Petch (Messenger) [S] 34(2)40, (Beech) [S] 34(3)60

Printing, day and night work (Messenger) [M] 33(5)99, (Messenger) [M] 37(3)60

Rainbow trials, (Durham Collection) [N] 31(5)92

— end of State 2, beginning of State 3 (Rowse) [M] 30(5)89

Rarity of certain plates (Finch) [S] 30(2)35

Reserve plates (Messenger) [L] 36(1)5

Semi-spoiled sheets (Madden) [M] 42(4)74

Spoilage rates (Messenger) [S] 25(5)82

Spoilt sheets, disposal of (Madden) [M] 42(5)108

Watermark, Large Crown Types 1 & 2, further thoughts (Messenger) [S] 43(2)25

— — survey (Maushammer) [L] 43(1)19

— Types 1 and 2, hybrid paper (Madden) [S] 29(3)51

Watermarks on Die 1 (Madden) [M] 34(1)1

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1840 1d Black

Correction to Litchfield (Messenger) [N] 35(2)40

Covers (Sudborough) [M] 51(2)46

Deliveries, early (Messenger) [M] 33(1)14

May dates, Ireland, 8 May 1840 (Jackson) [R] 51(5)104

— block of 10 used on 6 May bought by Royal Philatelic Collection (Jackson) [S] 39(1)1

— no Sunday dates in London (Hughes) [M] 47(2)42

— possible 10 May 1840 entire (McCann) [M] 47(1)22, (Robinson) [C] 47(2)43

— pre-6 May usage (Kirk) [S] 28(4)78, (Finch) [S] 29(2)25, (Hart) [N] 29(3)57

— used on 1 May 1840 (Earl) [S] 29(2)24

— used on Mulready, 2 May 1840 (Harmers Auctions SA) [S] 29(2)25

— — 6 May 1840 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)28

Nissen reconstructions, correction, TC Plate 6 (Witham) [M] 51(4)96

— incl. corrections (Jackson) [M] 51(3)70

Numbers printed and issued (Messenger) [L] 33(3)52, (Messenger) [S] 33(4)76

Paper, changing size, on Penny Black blocks (Dagnall) [M] 39(3)60

Plate 1b, early use of (Jackson) [M] 39(4)71, (Jackson) [M] 39(5)90, (Hughes) [S] 39(6)114, (Mark) [C] 40(1)14, (Gould) [C] 40(1)14, (Louis) [N] 40(1)15

— mint blocks (Louis) [M] 43(1)1

Plate 2, repaired block of six on cover (Slemons) [L] 52(6)126

Plate 3, on cover with Hingham Penny Post mark (Hopkinson) [M] 52(6)142

— used block of 18 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)41

Plate 4, variety on JE (Batty) [N] 37(5)97

Plate 5, GB, State 2 (Maunder) [M] 51(2)33

— repairs (Maunder) [M] 51(2)35, (Maunder) [C] 51(6)137

Plate 6, SF, two used coincidently on redirected cover (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 40(1)17

— block of 42, disputed authenticity (Jackson & Claridge) [L] 42(3)58

Plate 8, JB variety (Grimwood-Taylor) [N] 33(1)18

Plate 9, DH, used from Isles of Scilly (Sudborough & Jackson) [M] 51(2)47

Plate 11, OG, variety (Jackson) [M] 48(6)129

Repaired stamp, undeclared (Shaida) [M] 27(4)75

Seal, stamp used as (Sudborough) [L] 51(4)80

Sketch for new labels and portrait of Rowland Hill (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)28

Tuck, Henry, envelope (Sudborough) [L] 51(4)80

VR Official, LK, double K (Dixon-Patterson) [S] 27(4)72

— Plate A (Messenger) [M] 33(1)14, (Messenger) [C] 33(5)100

— trial cancel in red (Horsey) [M] 47(5)112, (Louis) [M] 48(2)40

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1840 2d Blue (Plates 1, 2)

Block, earliest known use on cover (Gati) [M] 39(4)72

Deliveries, early (Messenger) [M] 33(1)14

First day of use (Jackson) [L] 41(6)126

Plate 2, GI, correction to Dendy Marshall reconstruction (Jackson) [S] 49(4)96

— II, correction to Dendy Marshall (Sherman) [N] 27(1)13

— the 'Buccleuch Find', bottom four rows of sheet (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)40

— — for sale by Spink for £2,750,000 (Jackson) [S] 37(1)13

Production and delivery, Plates 1 & 2 (Messenger) [L] 34(4)61, (Messenger) [S] 34(5)88

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1841 1d Red (Die 1)

1853 Government trial perforation (Lajer) [N] 37(5)99, (Simpson) [M] 38(1)6

— Plate 74 block of 28 (Sargent) [M] 38(3)46

Cancelled with Moreton Hampstead Penny Post (Vaughan) [S] 46(6)137

Deliveries, early (Messenger) [M] 33(1)14

Dies, new difference between (Williams) [S] 29(5)98

FG, line through F square (Jackson) [S] 42(4)89

Inks of the 1d red (Slattery) [L] 51(6)121

Inks of the Penny Red (Slattery) [L] 52(1)14

Marginal markings (Lyon) [N] 35(2)39, (Lyon) [C] 36(1)16

Nissen reconstructions, incl. corrections (Jackson) [M] 51(3)70

Plate 5, repairs (Maunder) [M] 51(2)35, (Maunder) [C] 51(6)137

Plate 9, usage (Fisher) [M] 51(1)12

Plate 10, inverted watermark (Lewthwaite) [S] 39(4)70

— perforation experiment (Jackson) [N] 48(4)89

Plate 11, TI (Jackson) [N] 44(2)34

— TI, extra dot after PENNY (Jackson) [S] 43(6)136

Plate 12, earliest date (Willcocks) [S] 34(6)113

Plate 13, number issued (Boas) [M] 27(2)32

Plate 18, imperf. and wmk inv. (Reid) [N] 29(5)97

Plate 20, SJ, triple S (Batty) [S] 35(4)80, (Batty) [S] 50(2)48

Plate 25, KL variety D over L (Bird) [N] 22(2)23, (Atkinson) [N] 22(5)69

Plate 37, AJ, correction to Plating of the Penny (Chappell) [N] 26(4)76

Plate 40, KB (Hollins) [L] 47(3)65

Plate 47, corrections to The Plating of the Penny (Fisher) [N] 24(2)19

Plate 49, TE-TG (Treacey) [M] 50(3)64

— TF, State 2 (Witham) [S] 41(1)7

— — States 1 & 2 (Calver) [M] 41(5)108

Plate 64, CK (Hanson) [S] 38(4)78, (Witham) [S] 38(5)87

Plate 66, AD, variety 'D over A' (Maskrey) [S] 43(5)97

Plate 71, second state (Witham) [S] 24(3)36

Plate 74, 1853 Government trial perforation, block of 28 (Sargent) [M] 38(3)46

Plate 77, B-blank (Jackson) [S] 51(2)48

— B-blank, (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)33

Plate 79, 'H' flaw (Grafton) [S] 36(1)18

— HI, H over B? (Batty) [N] 35(2)40

Plate 104, FG (Witham & Lewthwaite) [S] 43(2)42

Plate 105, amendment to Plating of the Penny (Lewthwaite) [N] 44(3)54

Plate 106, JJ (Lewthwaite) [N] 27(5)96

— JJ, correction to Plating of the Penny (Bolzan) [N] 26(4)76

Plate 109, TI-TJ (Lewthwaite) [M] 46(2)37

Plate 110, TI-TJ (Lewthwaite) [M] 46(2)37

— amendment to Plating of the Penny (Lewthwaite) [N] 44(3)54

Plate 127, TJ (Lewthwaite) [N] 46(2)37

Plate 139, PK, correction to Plating of the Penny (Kirk) [N] 26(4)76

Plate 142, LL (Witham & Lewthwaite) [S] 43(2)42

— LL, re-entry? (Jackson) [S] 42(4)89

Plate 148, JK (Jackson) [N] 44(2)34

Plate 148?, JK, missing from imprimatur (Maunder) [S] 43(6)136

Plate 150, AI, missing imprimatur (Lewthwaite) [N] 27(5)96

Plate 156, perforated (Banwell) [N] 23(4)64

— perforated (not Plate 156) (Witham) [C] 24(2)21

Plate 157, MK, shadow entry (Batty) [N] 38(1)19

Plate 160, 161, perforated? (Folkard) [N] 21(4)51

Plate 163, EL (Lewthwaite) [N] 46(2)36

— Treasury Roulette, addition to Statham (Batty) [S] 48(1)23

Plate 164, AG, missing imprimatur (Lewthwaite) [N] 27(5)96

— KG, missing co-ordinates (Griffin) [S] 41(2)23

Plate 165, AC, re-entry (Chappell) [N] 29(2)38

— AE, second state (Witham & Treacey) [S] 39(5)100

Plate 169, IG (Maunder) [N] 46(2)36

Plate 171, SJ, missing from imprimatur (Lewthwaite) [S] 43(3)59

— SK (Witham & Lewthwaite) [S] 43(2)42

— SK, Fisher-Brown co-ordinates (Jenkinson) [S] 42(4)90

Plate 186, imperf. (Lewthwaite) [S] 45(1)5

Plate 188, perforated (Witham) [N] 24(2)21

Plate 192, 193, perf. 14? (Folkard) [N] 21(4)51

Plate 197, SG, addition to Plating of the Penny (Fenning) [C] 28(4)80

Plate 202, SJ (Barrell) [N] 25(4)79

Plate 204, marginal markings (Lyon) [N] 35(2)39, (Lyon) [C] 36(1)16

Plates 46-91, amendments to Plating of the Penny (Thompson) [S] 26(4)77

Plates 92-131, amendments to Plating of the Penny (Thompson) [N] 26(4)76

Plates 155-176, detailed study (Folkard & Johnson) [L] 30(1)10

Plates, seven different on same cover (Willcocks) [N] 23(3)47

Plating of the Penny, Vol. 4, Mulready Group update (Maunder) [L] 49(6)121

— Vol. 5, Mulready Group update (Maunder) [M] 51(6)134

Seal, stamp used as (Sudborough) [L] 51(4)80

Treasury Roulette, discrepancies in NPM collection (Madden) [M] 31(1)11

Used abroad (Batty) [L] 49(4)73, (Batty) [L] 50(2)25

Used on 10 Feb. 1941 (100th anniv.) (Kaltwasser) [S] 41(5)102

Watermarks (Madden) [M] 34(1)1

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1841-57 2d Blue (Plates 3, 4, 5, 6)

Notes on (Reid) [S] 29(5)96

Perforation, partially imperf. (H & B Philatelists Ltd) [N] 29(2)39, (Claridge) [S] 43(3)60

Plate 3, LE, PB, QC overprinted Specimen, late states (Louis) [M] 50(6)121

— NE, mark on E (Eden) [N] 30(2)35

— SH, variety, distorted W (Barstow) [S] 43(3)60

— retouching of the letter E (Eden) [M] 31(3)58, [C] 31(4)64

Plate 4, 'P' flaw (Maskrey) [S] 43(5)102, (Maskrey) [M] 44(2)32

— HK, corrosion on (Leivers) [S] 37(1)1

— JK, correction to Dendy Marshall (Sherman) [N] 27(1)13

— SD, variety, 'C-over-D' (Griffin) [S] 30(2)27

— variety (Smith) [M] 29(4)69, (Reid) [C] 29(5)96, (Folkard) [S] 30(1)20

Plate 6, SL, States 1 and 2 (Louis) [M] 50(6)121

— — repaired impression (Louis) [M] 32(5)94

— — two states (Louis) [S] 25(3)49

— partially imperf. (H & B Philatelists Ltd) [N] 29(2)39, (Claridge) [S] 43(3)60

— withdrawal dates (Messenger) [N] 32(5)81

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1855 1d red (Die 1)

Archer, post-trial plates (Simpson) [C] 46(1)3

Archer-perforated stamps, Plate 91, discovery (Simpson) [M] 48(1)4

— Plate 94, Disraeli to Gladstone cover (page numbered 48 in error) (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 47(4)96

— Plate 108 on cover (Kibby) [M] 50(6)129

— Plate 111, new discovery (Simpson) [S] 48(4)81

— Wilkinson and Hill punch sets (Escott) [L] 52(4)77

— distribution and usage (Simpson) [L] 47(1)14, (Burgess) [M] 47(2)47, (Simpson) [M] 47(3)63

— number of recorded covers (Simpson) [L] 52(2)25

— on cover (Simpson) [M] 52(5)97

— statistical analysis (Chadwick) [S] 52(4)75

Dies, new difference between (Williams) [S] 29(5)98

Perforation, post-trial Archer plates (Simpson) [L] 45(6)139, (Simpson) [M] 47(2)45

Plate 74, curious perforations (Simpson) [L] 48(3)70

Plate 108, Archer perf. on cover (Kibby) [M] 50(6)129

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1855 1d Red (Die 2)

Additions to the Specialised Groups (Batty) [L] 48(1)14

Amendments to Penny Red Stars, Part 2 (Madden) [M] 35(3)56

Book review, Penny Red Stars, Part 2 - KA to TL. Tonna, ed. Madden (Goodman) [R] 35(1)17

Colour, of Die 2, Alphabet 3 (Tonna) [N] 35(3)60

Dies, new difference between (Williams) [S] 29(5)98

Emergency printings, after fire at Perkins Bacon (Messenger) [S] 40(6)101, (Louis) [M] 41(1)1, (Madden) [L] 41(3)41, (Salmon) [L] 41(4)66, (Dagnall) [N] 41(5)103

Imperforate, and Neale's steam press experiment (Messenger) [M] 26(5)95

Inks of the 1d red (Slattery) [L] 51(6)121

Inks of the Penny Red (Slattery) [L] 52(1)14

Neale's steam press experiment (Messenger) [M] 26(5)95, (Messenger) [S] 27(2)34, (Allum) [N] 27(3)59, (Messenger) [L] 38(2)25, (Messenger) [L] 38(4)74, (Messenger) [L] 38(5)92, (Messenger) [C] 38(6)114

— Plate 18, imperf. (Barrell) [S] 43(6)137

Paper, thickness of SG C9 (Chappell) [N] 27(1)13

— toned, 1857 (Messenger) [N] 43(1)12

Perforation (Barrell) [M] 24(3)34

— double (Batty) [M] 43(4)88

— missing pins (Madden) [S] 31(2)40, [C] 31(3)53

— missing pins, a notation for (Simpson) [M] 32(4)61

— varieties, Alphabet 3 stamps (Madden) [M] 30(2)21, (Lyon) [N] 30(4)79

— variety (Bingham) [N] 21(3)39

Perkins Bacon, renewal of contract 1856 (Slattery) [L] 52(3)62, (Slattery) [L] 52(4)92, (Slattery) [L] 52(5)113

Plate 6, imperforate (Pearson) [M] 49(3)71

Plate 12, JH, in strip of four (Witham) [S] 42(6)137

Plate 18, imperf. (Barrell) [M] 24(3)34, (Barrell) [S] 43(6)137

Plate 20, HB-IB-JB (Witham) [M] 45(1)24

Plate 22 (Stockdale) [M] 41(1)5, (Messenger) [M] 41(2)21

— Neale's steam press experiment (Messenger) [S] 27(2)34, (Messenger) [L] 38(2)28

Plate 25, Neale's steam press experiment (Messenger) [S] 27(2)34, (Messenger) [L] 38(2)30

Plate 27, earliest date (Allum) [N] 27(5)97

Plate 31, C7 discovery (Madden) [N] 35(3)60

Plate 32, FL, major damage (Messenger) [M] 41(4)64

— earliest date (Allum) [N] 27(5)97

Plate 39, date conundrum (Williams) [L] 45(5)97

Plate 40, used singles from same plate, in transitional shade (Price) [S] 24(5)79

Plate 43, earliest date (Allum) [N] 27(5)97

Plate 44, RH variety, dot over (P)O and scratch on O(NE) (Kearton-Gee) [S] 40(5)89

Plate 49, imperf. (Barrell) [N] 25(4)79

Plate 51, OJ repaired (Thomas) [M] 34(3)55

— repaired impressions (Thomas) [L] 43(3)66

— used in Jamaica (Batty) [N] 48(1)6, (Batty) [S] 48(3)62

Plate 53 (Madden) [L] 32(3)41, (Leivers) [S] 32(4)72, (Taylor) [S] 32(4)72, (Messenger) [S] 32(5)81, (Louis) [S] 33(1)18, (Finch) [N] 33(4)75, (Madden) [M] 33(5)87, (Messenger) [C] 33(5)100

— IJ & IK (Williams) [M] 47(2)44

— SF (should be Plate 61) (Taylor) [C] 33(2)40

— imprimatur AK-AL (Folkard) [S] 34(2)40

— imprimaturs HL, TL (Madden) [S] 35(2)21

— late use (Madden) [S] 34(6)113

Plate 54 (Finch) [N] 33(4)75

Plate 55, fresh entries on (Leivers) [S] 37(1)1

Plate 56, early date (Messenger) [N] 30(3)58

Plate 58 (Williams) [M] 46(3)68

— earliest date (Batty) [S] 48(3)62

Plate 59, PL, mark on eyebrow (Mottram) [S] 41(2)37

Plate 60, HA-HB (Bingham) [N] 21(3)38

Plate 61, SF (Taylor) [C] 33(2)40

Plate 62, fresh entries on (Leivers) [S] 37(1)1

Plate 64, AH (Williams) [M] 51(6)130

— IG-JH, unused block of four (Mahon) [S] 51(4)73

Plate 65, AH (Williams) [M] 51(6)130

Plate 67, date of putting to press (Messenger) [S] 28(1)20

Plate 155 (Chappell) [N] 33(1)18

Plate R17, date of putting to press (Messenger) [S] 28(1)20

Plate R18 (Madden) [L] 34(4)67

Plate R19 (Madden) [L] 34(4)67

Plate R20 (Madden) [L] 34(4)67

Plates 33-65, withdrawal dates (Messenger) [S] 32(5)81

Plates R18, R19 & R20 (Jackson) [C] 34(5)100

Shades, query (Messenger) [S] 30(2)22

Transitional shades (Palmer) [L] 30(2)24, (Davis) [L] 33(4)61, (Davis) [M] 34(1)10

— suggested revision (Davis) [L] 40(5)81, (Batty) [M] 40(6)114

Trimmed stamp on 1859 cover (Taylor) [S] 33(6)117

Used abroad (Batty) [L] 49(4)73, (Batty) [L] 50(2)25

Watermark, Large Crown Types 1 & 2, survey (Maushammer) [L] 43(1)19

— Large Crown paper (Madden) [L] 30(3)42

— Large Crown, Type 1, when was it exhausted? (Batty) [M] 46(2)31

— — hybrid (Maushammer) [M] 42(4)84

— Types 1 and 2, hybrid paper (Madden) [S] 29(3)51

— reversed (Madden) [M] 35(5)81

— reversed, on TG (Taylor) [M] 38(4)71

Wiggins, The Plating of Alphabet II, corrections needed (Witham) [S] 42(6)137

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1858 2d Blue (Plates 7-9, 12-15)

Book review, Pilfering, Protection and Perfins - an Aspect of the Line-Engraved Twopence. Beer and Harp (Sherman) [R] 37(1)19

Forgery, Plate 14 (Hollins) [M] 34(1)16, (Rutter) [S] 34(2)40

Plate 7 (Beer) [N] 33(1)19

Plate 8 (Hollins) [L] 35(2)24

— OE, repair (Tingey) [M] 47(2)29

— final repair (Leivers) [L] 46(4)89

Plate 9, shadow entries and corrosion (Leivers) [S] 37(1)1

Plates 7-8, withdrawal dates (Messenger) [N] 32(5)81

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1860 1½d Rosy Mauve

Unissued, imprimatur (Durham Collection) [N] 31(5)92

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1864 1d Red Plate Numbers

'PO/Dept' overprint (Barrell) [N] 37(2)37

Corner letters, how were they entered? (Kirk) [M] 23(4)50

On cover, early collector of (Najjar) [M] 48(4)84, (Burn) [S] 48(6)137

PRO records (Wiseman) [S] 35(5)86

Perforation, quadruple on Plate 225 (Taylor) [M] 39(1)16

Plate 73, repair on BC (Hollins) [M] 34(5)90

Plate 77 (Najjar) [L] 47(5)98, (Najjar) [L] 47(6)131, (Batty) [M] 48(1)7

— (page numbered 25 in error) (Najjar) [L] 47(4)73

— document IR 79/79 (Wiseman) [S] 48(1)7

— incl. survey of known examples (Clarke) [L] 48(2)42

— request for, 1898 (Griffin) [S] 48(4)91

— used on piece with 4d (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)33

Plate 111, cancelled 'C88' (H & B Philatelists Ltd) [N] 28(1)16

Plate 124, repair to (Hollins) [L] 35(1)1

— repaired impressions (Hollins) [N] 33(5)81

Plate 129, plate flaw (Robinson) [N] 21(4)56, (Oliver) [N] 23(4)64

— study (Hollins) [L] 38(6)108

Plate 171, NA, flaw (Jackson) [N] 28(5)100

Plate 193, SK, repaired impression (Hollins) [M] 36(3)41

— date of putting to press (Messenger) [C] 36(4)80

— repair to (Hollins) [M] 36(3)41

Plate 201, repaired impressions (Hollins) [L] 33(5)81

Plate 209, complete sheet (Jackson) [N] 33(5)94

Plate 225, LK, flaw (Robinson) [N] 28(4)81

— corner pair (Jackson) [N] 33(1)19

— quadruple perforation (Taylor) [M] 39(1)16

Plate repairs (Najjar) [L] 51(2)40

Plates, list of (Messenger) [L] 35(4)62, (Simpson) [L] 35(5)86, (Messenger) [C] 36(1)18, (Hollins) [C] 36(2)25

Proofs, reversed (Claridge) [M] 44(5)114

Watermark, Large Crown reversed (Mollett) [M] 39(1)18

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1870 ½d Rose-Red

Book review: The Line-Engraved Halfpenny, Messenger (Harding) [R] 43(2)31

Forgery, imperf. (Taylor) [M] 44(6)138

Perforation (Wiseman) [M] 43(2)37

Plates, possible re-use of (Messenger) [M] 39(3)42

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QUEEN VICTORIA - Embossed

1s, earliest date (Willcocks) [S] 27(4)73, (Kirk) [N] 27(5)97, (Williams) [M] 31(5)94

— used sheet (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)33

10d, used in re-issue period (Johnson) [L] 41(1)14, (Huggins) [L] 41(5)85, (Huggins) [S] 42(5)95, (Reid) [M] 49(6)137

Cutting to shape, reasons for (Newton) [S] 33(1)17, (Hopkinson) [M] 34(2)34

Display, 29 Oct. 1988, Line-Engraved and Embossed by Sir Leonard Atkinson (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— 17 Mar. 1990, Classics by Sir Leonard Atkinson (Gilbert) [M] 28(4)87

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)32

Survey of covers (McCann) [L] 51(2)25

Use on covers to France (Hopkinson) [M] 52(2)33

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QUEEN VICTORIA - Surface Printed

1850-1890, general account (SWL90) [L] 28(2)28

1880, unaccepted essays (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

Abnormal, 3d Plate 3, new find (Louis) [M] 45(1)11

— definition of (Chadwick) [S] 29(4)76

Book review, De La Rue Years 1878-1910, Vol. 1. Wiseman (Huggins) [R] 23(1)1

— Scarce Victorian Postage Stamps of Great Britain on Cover, Brauers (Davis) [R] 42(2)30

Book review: Great Britain Surface Printed Postage Stamps 1855-1883 Low Values 2½d to 2s (Galland & Louis) (Young) [R] 48(2)41

Colour trials, 1881 (Young) [M] 28(3)74

— 1884 (all values) (Young) [L] 24(5)74

— De La Rue (Young) [L] 21(6)74

Corner letters, convention for describing (Wiseman) [N] 29(2)28

Dates of issue (Wiseman) [S] 29(2)29

De La Rue, archives (Wiseman) [S] 32(3)55

— artists' drawings (Young) [L] 29(4)61

Die proofs, 'old', 'new' and associated designs (Galland) [L] 34(3)49

— December 1866 (Galland) [M] 35(3)43

— horizontal or vertical format? (Galland & Rowse) [L] 33(5)88

— with pencilled numbers (Galland & Latto) [M] 32(4)70

Display, 25 Apr. 1987, QV by Howard O. Fraser (Kirk) [S] 25(4)62

— 18 Nov. 1989, Surface Printed by Peter Young (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

— 19 Jan. 1991, Surface Printed Usage by G. J. Wheat (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

— 16 Mar. 1991, Surface Printed Issues by Dr Douglas Latto (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

First day cover of first Surface Printed stamp (Wheat) [S] 32(4)64

First day covers (Galland) [M] 50(1)8

High values on Revenue (blued) paper (McCann) [L] 49(5)97

High values, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)33

Imprimaturs, postally used? (Vincent) [S] 40(2)24, (Harding) [S] 40(3)48, (Hollins) [S] 40(3)49

— used (Phillips) [M] 40(5)90

Pacific Ocean, stamps used in (Young) [S] 26(2)30

Paper, Crown watermark, survey of types (Pusterla) [L] 37(3)53, (Pusterla) [L] 37(4)76, (Pusterla) [L] 37(5)86

Perforation, dividing sheets (Simpson & Sargent) [L] 44(1)12

— missing pins (Blank) [N] 28(5)101

Perforator, new (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)58

Plate and current number proofs (Galland) [M] 34(5)89

Printing flaws, dirt on the plate (Young) [M] 41(2)38

Reproductions, official (Young) [M] 26(2)24

Revenue (blued) paper, high values on (McCann) [L] 49(5)97

Stamp Committee Souvenir Album (Samuel) [S] 24(2)32, (Chadwick) [N] 24(4)62

Stamps on cover (Wheat) [M] 27(3)52

— numbers recorded (Wheat) [N] 29(1)18

Surface Printed Postage Stamps 1855-1883, corrections and additions, June 2012 (Galland & Louis) [L] 50(4)86

Surface printed on cover, survey (Brauers) [M] 38(6)115, (Wheat) [M] 39(2)33

Survival rates (Maushammer) [S] 29(1)18, (Chadwick) [S] 29(2)39

Trial cancellation, barred oval (Lewis) [M] 43(5)119

Used, with Plate and Current numbers in margin (Galland) [L] 50(3)49

Watermark, Emblems errors (Louis) [M] 33(4)76

— changes of (Walker) [N] 29(3)58

Wing margins (Escott) [M] 49(5)117

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1855-83 Surface Printed

Die and striking book proofs, matched (Galland) [L] 33(3)56

Die proofs, check-list of coloured (Galland) [L] 37(2)21

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2½d

First day covers, 1 July 1875 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 49(6)138

LH-FL error, on cover, survey (Galland & Louis) [M] 43(2)46

3d

3d on 3d, black overprint (Russell) [M] 37(5)92, (Wiseman) [M] 44(2)35, (Wiseman) [M] 44(3)51

Abnormal, Plate 3, new find (Louis) [M] 45(1)11

Printing flaw, dirt on the plate (Young) [M] 41(2)38

Watermark, inverted, Plate 2 first printing (Wood) [N] 21(4)56

4d

First day cover (Wheat) [S] 32(4)64

— 31 July 1855 (Wheat) [M] 34(2)33

Large Garter, used in Malta, date error (Jackson) [S] 52(4)76, (Batty) [M] 52(5)100, (Bonello) [N] 52(5)100

Misperforated (Latto) [N] 25(4)79

Pin (plug) flaw (Young) [M] 22(2)26, (Brooks) [N] 32(2)31

Plate 3 or 4? (Adnams) [N] 23(5)78

Plates 1 and 2, differences (Smith) [M] 28(3)61

Used on cover, wing margin, wmk Garter (Hart) [S] 29(2)40

Variety, FK, flaw below N of PENCE (Blank) [N] 28(5)101

— Plate 11, MF, circle on M (Louis) [M] 36(5)83

— Plate 13, SL, twisted plate number (Kaiserman) [S] 50(3)71

— Plate 14, SD, 04 for 14 (Kaiserman) [S] 50(3)71

— Plate 17, PA, plate scratch (Adnams) [N] 22(2)25

— TI, damaged frame below oval (Bingham) [N] 21(4)56

— circle-over-M on 1865 Plate 11 (Louis) [M] 45(4)82

— frame break at NE corner (Nicholls) [N] 24(5)78

— mark above F of FOUR (Alexander) [N] 21(1)13

— printing (Sutters) [N] 33(4)73

Watermark, Large Garter inverted on thick glazed paper (Kent) [N] 37(5)98

— inverted & reversed, SG J51 (Bolzan) [N] 24(2)22, (McLennan-Smith) [N] 24(5)78

6d

1866 6d Plate 7 die proof (Rowse) [S] 28(3)62

Background to changes (Dagnall) [M] 29(2)21, (Dagnall) [C] 29(3)58

Perforation, unusual (Louis) [M] 34(1)14

Plate 11, Ascot postmark, dated before issue (Vincent) [S] 40(2)24, (Harding) [S] 40(3)48

Variety, LN, distorted N (Maushammer) [N] 25(4)79

— ML, distorted M (Maushammer) [N] 25(4)79

— NJ, defective N (Child) [N] 25(5)87

— Plate 18, BL, frame break (Forbes-Smith) [N] 21(5)63

Watermark, Emblems error (Louis) [M] 33(4)76

— inverted and reversed (Blank) [N] 28(5)101

— inverted and reversed, NJ (Maushammer) [S] 29(1)18

— — NL (Maushammer) [N] 25(4)79

— inverted, NJ (Child) [N] 25(5)87

9d

1867 abnormal donated by KGV (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

Plate 4 straw, first day cover (Amor) [M] 50(2)41

Plate 5 abnormal (Chadwick) [N] 24(4)62

Plate 5 straw, abnormal wrongly described (Wiseman) [N] 29(2)28

10d

Colour trials 1890 (Young) [L] 24(5)74

1s

1856, variety, extra 'o' (Najjar) [S] 48(6)137

1872 Plate 6, imprimaturs used on cover (Phillips) [S] 30(2)39

1880 Plate 13 (SG 151) on cover, destinations (McCann) [M] 52(4)90

Early date of use (Moran) [N] 29(4)77

Plate 6, Ascot postmark, dated before issue (Vincent) [S] 40(2)24, (Harding) [S] 40(3)48, (Hollins) [S] 40(3)49

— on cover, dated before issue (Hollins) [S] 40(3)49

— used imprimaturs (Phillips) [M] 40(5)90

Plate 14 abnormal (Chadwick) [N] 24(4)62

Stock Exchange Forgery, Plate 6, survey (Jackson) [L] 42(1)20

— impossible letterings (Ray) [L] 27(3)54

Watermark, Emblems inverted & reversed (Child) [N] 25(5)87

— Emblems reversed (Meir) [N] 33(4)73

2s

2s brown, used on cover, survey (Galland & Wheat) [L] 38(5)88

2s 6d

1883 2s 6d, early date (Higson) [S] 49(5)101

5s

Colour trials (Young) [S] 22(1)5

Printing flaw, dirt on the plate (Young) [M] 41(2)38

10s

Colour trials (Young) [S] 22(1)5

Forgery, 1884 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

£1

Colour trials (Young) [S] 22(1)5

£5

Book review, The £5 Orange. Horsey (Jackson) [R] 51(6)140

Flaw on AM (Jackson) [S] 43(3)60

Flaw on BN (Jackson) [M] 43(2)44

1880-81

Colour trials, De La Rue (Young) [L] 21(6)74

Display, 18 Nov. 1987, by Hassan Shaida (Kirk) [N] 26(2)22

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½d

Used fiscally (Taylor) [S] 34(5)97

1d

Perforation, establishing if genuine (Escott) [M] 50(3)59

Used fiscally (Taylor) [S] 34(5)97, (Sabey) [S] 34(6)115

Varieties, 1d Venetian red (Curtis) [L] 50(1)1, (Curtis) [M] 50(3)58

1881 1d Lilac

Advent of (Wiseman) [L] 46(3)49

Bisected (Gilbert) [M] 32(1)18

Bisects (Young) [M] 29(2)26, (Chadwick) [M] 29(4)74, (Latto) [M] 33(1)5, (Cunliffe) [S] 33(1)8, (Whitehead) [S] 33(1)9

— suggestion for diagonal perf. (Alexander) [N] 30(2)31

Colour trials (Young) [S] 22(1)5, (Young) [M] 52(6)136

Control, W (Young & Powell) [N] 21(6)83

— X (Young & Powell) [N] 21(6)83

— inverted X (Kirk) [S] 30(4)69, (Gilbert) [M] 33(4)70, (Messenger) [N] 33(4)72, (Wiseman) [N] 33(4)72

Display, 15 May 1993, Penny Lilac and Silver Jubilee (Gilbert) [L] 31(4)68

Fiscally pre-cancelled (Taylor) [S] 34(5)97

Inks, earliest (Young) [L] 45(4)75, (Young) [L] 48(2)25

Interpane pillars (Young & Powell) [M] 21(6)81

Lantern slide (Young) [S] 23(5)69

Mirror images (Talbot) [M] 49(6)129

Numbering of sheets (Young) [M] 27(1)7

Offset, inverted, on 16 dots (Blank) [N] 28(5)101

Paper crease (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

Perfin (Taylor) [S] 31(5)85

Plate flaw and retouch (Grimson) [N] 21(1)13

Post Office Savings Bank, use of 1d lilac (Young) [M] 48(4)82

— use with (Young) [M] 48(2)38, (Young) [M] 48(4)82

Transferred images (Talbot) [M] 49(6)129

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1883-84 High Values

2s 6d, early date (Louis) [S] 45(4)83

Used on cover, survey (Brauers) [L] 40(4)61

£1, variety on JB (Raspin) [M] 35(2)33

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1883-84 'Lilac and Green' Issue

½d used fiscally (Taylor) [S] 34(5)97

2½d, printing flaw, dirt on the plate (Young) [M] 41(2)38

5d, line under d (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

6d 'SPECIMEN' wmk sideways-inverted (Bass) [N] 39(4)75

9d, used on cover (Wheat) [M] 47(2)25

— used on cover, survey (Brauers) [M] 39(5)87, (Wheat) [S] 39(6)115, (Davis) [S] 39(6)115

Colour trials, De La Rue (Young) [L] 21(6)74

— of the 2d (Phillips) [S] 29(3)46

— without corner letters (Ffooks) [L] 33(2)21, (Wiseman) [S] 33(3)52, (Ffooks) [M] 33(4)69

Die proofs (Galland) [M] 37(5)94

Forgeries (Ffooks) [S] 27(2)35, (Crookes) [N] 27(3)59

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1887-1900 'Jubilee' Issue

2½d, printing flaw, dirt on the plate (Young) [M] 41(2)38

5d, printing flaw, dirt on the plate (Young) [M] 41(2)38

10d, Pane E, R4/5, dot in O (Hazell) [M] 41(2)25

— Pane H, R1/1, distorted lower ornament (Lewis) [S] 41(1)18, (Hazell) [M] 41(2)25

— R1/1, distorted lower ornament (Louis) [N] 41(2)24

Book review, Queen Victoria 1887 Jubilee Year 2003 Price List, Harris (Jackson) [R] 41(1)7

Colour trials (Young) [M] 25(2)26

Controls, 1887 and 1900 (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)55

Display, 10 Jan. 1987, QV Jubilee by Ernest Good, supported by Gordon Millson (Good) [M] 25(2)21

Multiple franking, 93 stamps on 1900 Telegram (Sussex) [M] 35(2)36

Office of Works, issue dates (Mollett) [L] 37(4)61

Sheet sizes (Wiseman) [N] 29(2)28

Trial cancellation, barred oval (Young) [M] 41(2)38, (Lewis) [M] 43(5)119

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½d

Colour trial (Young) [S] 25(2)28

Controls, Q/R controls of 1887 and 1900 (Wiseman) [L] 31(2)21

Fakes, bi-coloured (Young) [M] 29(2)26

Pillars, inserted in plate (Powell & Young) [M] 24(1)8

Plates and plate lives (Wiseman) [M] 23(2)18

Thorpe, Dr Thomas Edward, chemist at Somerset House (Dagnall) [M] 34(5)91

Variety, flaw behind head (Blank) [N] 28(5)101

Watermark, 480-Crown, varieties of (Pusterla) [N] 45(4)95

— dandy roll letter F (Pusterla) [S] 43(2)27

— inverted (Pusterla) [S] 43(2)27

1½d

Varieties (Wlodarczyk) [S] 29(2)32

Variety, right frame (Maushammer) [S] 51(6)126

2½d

Imperf. (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

Imperforate, and imprimaturs (Latto) [M] 25(1)14

Plate varieties (Wlodarczyk) [L] 47(3)49

Varieties on (Maushammer) [M] 37(5)82

Variety, R10/?, dot in value (Rogers) [S] 40(1)17

3d

Orange paper, date of issue (Abela) [S] 38(2)24

— faking of (Phillips) [S] 38(4)73

Plate varieties (Wlodarczyk) [L] 47(3)49

4½d

Bisect (Chadwick) [S] 29(4)74

Colour trials (Young) [S] 25(2)26

Used copies (Wiseman) [N] 29(2)29

Used on inland mail (Davis) [M] 35(1)16

Varieties, 'C' pane (Maushammer) [L] 35(3)47

5d

Paper fold (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

Varieties on value tablet (Maushammer) [S] 32(4)80

Variety, Die 1, break in left frame of right tablet (Bird) [S] 36(6)111

— — kink in left value tablet (Griffin) [S] 30(2)35

10d

Printings (Wiseman) [M] 28(4)79

Study of (Hazell) [M] 30(5)96

1s

Perfins (Powell) [N] 23(4)64

Usage (Davis) [M] 23(5)68

Used on cover (Davis) [M] 23(1)11, (Davis) [M] 23(3)38, (Young) [N] 23(4)62, (Bendon) [N] 23(4)64, (Davis) [M] 24(3)42, (Davis) [M] 26(2)27, (Davis) [M] 26(5)96, (Hart) [N] 28(1)16, (Parsons) [S] 30(4)74

Used on piece (Badcock) [N] 33(1)13

£1

Used on diplomatic bag labels (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(2)30, (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(5)109

Variety, JB (Raspin) [M] 35(2)33

— JD, frame damage (Griffin) [N] 30(2)31

KING EDWARD VII

Auction sale, Trevor Clarke Collection (Powell) [M] 26(2)28

Book review, De La Rue Years 1878-1910, Vol. 1. Wiseman (Huggins) [R] 23(1)1

— King Edward VII 2003 Price List, Harris (Jackson) [R] 41(1)6

— Morocco Agencies: the Overprinted Edward VII issues of GB 1907-1913. Gellatly & Wlodarczyk (Jackson) [R] 31(2)28

— Year 2000 Price List. Harris (Jackson) [R] 38(4)79

Booklets, De La Rue, 1904-1910 (Wellsted) [L] 22(5)66

Chalk-surfaced paper trials 1905 (Powell) [M] 22(1)13, (Powell) [M] 25(2)38

Dates, earliest used (Powell) [S] 25(5)90

Demonetisation of postage stamps (Pearce) [S] 40(3)52, (Muir) [S] 40(4)76

Display, 29 Oct. 1988, KEVII to KGVI by Hassan Shaida (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— 16 Mar. 1991, Proofs and Stamps of KEVII by John Kirkham (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)34

Inland Revenue Stamping Dept, archives of (Wiseman) [L] 36(6)114

Overprints, rubber stamp (Pusterla) [N] 31(3)54, (Badcock) [N] 31(5)96

Paper, Crown watermark, survey of types (Pusterla) [L] 37(3)53, (Pusterla) [L] 37(4)76, (Pusterla) [L] 37(5)86

— coated, identifying (McBride) [M] 50(5)106

Pin (plug) flaws (Young) [M] 22(2)26, (Brooks) [L] 32(2)21

Plating, amendments to ½d & 1d listings (Powell) [M] 22(1)13

Revenue, KEVII stamps used for (Powell) [L] 25(3)46

Rolls, experimental (Pusterla) [S] 22(1)4

Shades, green (Ressler) [M] 31(3)46

— measurement of (Wiseman) [L] 39(2)30

Varieties, plate (Wlodarczyk) [L] 30(1)1, (Wlodarczyk) [L] 31(4)73, (Wlodarczyk) [L] 33(2)25

Watermark, Crown, relative positions (Pusterla) [L] 22(2)27

— inverted on sheet stamps (Powell) [N] 21(4)44

— marginal (Powell) [M] 22(4)62

Wattses underprint (Donaldson) [N] 39(5)83

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½d

Coil stamp, ½d used on postcard (Harris) [S] 42(4)86

Office of Works, issue dates (Mollett) [L] 37(4)61

Perforation, gauge 13½ x 14 (Pusterla) [S] 49(6)142

Pin (plug) flaws (Brooks) [S] 32(2)30

Plate numbers, official (Wiseman) [M] 22(5)72

Plating (Powell) [S] 23(4)60, (Powell) [N] 24(1)7

— Harrison printings (Powell) [M] 23(3)46

— amendments to listings (Powell) [M] 22(1)13

— bottom rows needed (notes on Trevor Clarke Collection) (Powell) [M] 26(2)28

— notes (Powell) [S] 26(5)92

— plate discovery (Powell) [M] 21(5)71

— study of ½d continuous rule (Powell) [S] 26(1)2

— study of low value, update (Powell) [N] 21(4)44

Printing flaws (Harris) [S] 42(4)86

Proofs, black plate, in BL (Powell) [M] 21(5)71

Variety, booklet stamp, plate flaws (Wlodarczyk) [S] 31(4)73

— vertical white scratches (Powell) [S] 26(1)2

Watermark, inverted, Control A 11 (Wolfson) [N] 35(2)39

1d

'ULTRAMAR' overprint (Pusterla) [N] 37(6)117

1d, unplated cut (Wlodarczyk) [M] 46(6)121

Army Official, postmarks on (Taylor) [M] 26(1)6

Booklet pane, raised cliches (Powell) [S] 24(1)7

Booklet plate, striking book proof, 1903 (Lajer) [N] 35(1)20

Booklet voucher pane (Sprei) [N] 22(1)15

Cancelled, diagonal overprint, SG Spec. M6t (Wiseman) [L] 40(1)6

Date, earliest used (Abela) [N] 34(5)100

De La Rue shades (Yareham) [L] 48(6)144

Display by Dr Michael Brooks (Kirk) [M] 26(3)43

Perf. Type V2A or V4A with Plate 7 (MacArthur) [N] 36(1)17

Pin (plug) flaw (Powell) [S] 24(1)7, (Brooks) [L] 32(2)24, (Pusterla) [L] 37(5)101

— Pin (plug) flaw, Flaw 10 on Plate 9 (Pusterla) [L] 40(3)56

— Pin (plug) flaw, Flaw P14 (Pusterla) [M] 41(5)105

— Pin (plug) flaw, Type E (Pusterla) [S] 23(2)28, (Flamank) [S] 23(6)83

Pin (plug) flaws (Pusterla) [L] 42(2)36, (Pusterla) [C] 42(4)92, (Wiseman) [M] 42(5)115, (Jackson) [C] 42(6)136

Pin flaw, P17 (Pusterla) [M] 43(4)89

Plate 53, damage (Wlodarczyk) [M] 47(2)28

Plate 58 (Brooks) [M] 29(1)2

— Harrison's cut on Row 18 (Hawkes) [M] 52(3)56

— missing control A 11(c) (MacArthur) [N] 33(4)74

Plating, amendments to listings (Powell) [M] 22(1)13

— bottom rows needed (notes on Trevor Clarke Collection) (Powell) [M] 26(2)28

— study of low value, update (Powell) [N] 21(4)44

Proofs in green (Jackson) [S] 49(6)140

Samples, German printers' (Pusterla) [S] 47(1)3, (Mahon) [C] 47(2)30

Shade, blood red (Kirkham) [N] 33(2)40, (Harman) [N] 33(4)72

Shades (Yareham) [L] 49(1)16, (Jackson) [N] 49(2)48, (Yareham) [N] 49(4)91

— a simple approach to measuring (Kegg) [L] 48(5)105

Unplated cut (Wlodarczyk) [M] 47(2)28

Varieties (Pusterla) [M] 39(4)74, (Harris) [L] 42(3)65

— crown flaws (Powell) [S] 28(1)17

— crown flaws on control pieces (Powell) [S] 26(3)44

— plate (Wlodarczyk) [L] 33(2)25

Variety, Plate 3, Controls C, C4 & D4, R20/11,12, scratches (Wlodarczyk) [C] 31(4)77

— Plate 11b, Control B, R20/10, gap between shading and right inner frame (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— Plate 62c, R1/2, left frame crack (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— Plate 64, R18/10, SG M3h & M4h (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— Plate 69, Control A, R20/10-11, crack through right side (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— Plate 72, Control A, R20/10-11, cracks and breaks (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— Plate 77, Control A, R18/10-R20/11, blobs of white (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— R2/12, crack below Revenue tablet (King) [S] 48(4)90

— R19/10, left frame break (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— booklet stamp No. 5, white mark in top frame line (Jackson) [S] 26(2)31

— coloured mark on E of PENNY (Clayton) [S] 50(2)47

— crack on inner and outer right frames (Wlodarczyk) [N] 33(2)25

— cracks on medallion (Pusterla) [M] 22(1)12, (Doupe) [N] 23(4)51

— on booklet stamp (Powell) [N] 21(4)44

— scratch below ear (Wlodarczyk) [S] 31(4)74

Watermark, 480-Crown, varieties of (Pusterla) [N] 45(4)95

— missing (SG 272a) (Brooks) [M] 27(5)81, (Wiseman) [N] 28(1)17

Wattses underprint (Pusterla) [S] 39(4)75

1½d

Frame cracks (Wlodarczyk) [M] 46(6)121

Somerset House 3rd printing (Harris) [L] 30(4)63

Varieties (Wlodarczyk) [L] 29(2)32

Variety, damage to SE corner (Jackson) [S] 26(2)31

— deformed leaf in Trevor Clarke Collection (Powell) [M] 26(2)28

— white mark above U of REVENUE (Jackson) [S] 26(2)31

2d

Shades (Wiseman) [S] 39(2)31, (Harris) [S] 42(5)113

Tyrian plum (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)37

Varieties, plate (Wlodarczyk) [L] 30(1)1

Variety, flaw on tablet (Brown) [N] 22(2)24

2½d

Plate 1a, block in Trevor Clarke Collection (Powell) [M] 26(2)28

Varieties (Powell) [S] 26(5)92

Variety, Plate 6/155, R19/1, scratch on wreath (Powell) [N] 25(1)20

— Plate 7, R2/4, scratch above P of POSTAGE (Wlodarczyk) [S] 31(4)75

— part doubling (Powell) [S] 26(1)2

— retouched background (SG Spec. M16e) (Harris) [S] 42(5)111

3d

Offset variety (Eden) [N] 29(4)77

4d

Flaws on the orange 4d (Powell) [M] 27(4)76

Variety, Plate D7, R7/12, score through SW corner (Wlodarczyk) [S] 31(4)75

— Plate H4, R4/8, scratches (Wlodarczyk) [L] 31(4)73

Watermark inverted (Powell) [N] 25(1)20

— on bi-coloured (Powell) [N] 22(1)13

5d

Plate combination, new (Wiseman) [L] 35(5)82

6d

Plate flaws (Wlodarczyk) [M] 31(3)49

Plate proof, pane of 120 (Jackson) [N] 30(2)32

Plating (Hawkes) [L] 33(1)1

Proof sheet, black (Wiseman) [C] 32(3)55

Variety, Plate 1, R7/12, R8/12 & R19/12, cracked R frames (Wlodarczyk) [N] 31(4)77

— damage to top, SE and bottom frame-lines (Jackson) [S] 26(2)31, (Hawkes) [N] 27(1)13

7d

Variety, Plate 1a, R20/2 (Lawrence) [S] 34(3)58, (Harris) [N] 34(4)80

— over-inked? (Wolfson) [N] 37(5)98

9d

Plating (Astley) [M] 22(1)9

1s

Die proof of frame (Lajer) [S] 43(2)27

Varieties, plate (Wlodarczyk) [L] 30(1)1

— various (Wlodarczyk) [M] 31(4)75

Variety, left frame breaks (Powell) [S] 25(5)90

— left frame broken (Powell) [N] 25(1)20

2s 6d

SPECIMEN, wmk inverted (Powell) [N] 28(1)17

Variety, R5/4 lower pane (Harris) [M] 42(4)86, (Harris) [S] 42(5)113

Watermark inverted (Bird) [N] 33(2)40

£1

Lowden Forgery, Lowden's trial (Dagnall) [L] 31(1)1

Used on diplomatic bag labels (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(2)30, (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(5)109

KING GEORGE V

Book review, George V & The GPO - Stamps, Conflict and Creativity (Muir) (Wilkinson) [R] 48(3)60

— The King's Obsession - A King and his Stamps. Shamash (Jackson) [R] 51(6)141

Booklet perforation Type B3 and B4a (Lawrence) [M] 24(5)71

Cancelling lines (Mark & Moorcroft) [L] 36(4)72, (Simpson) [M] 36(5)89

Colour trials, Huber inks (Wilkinson) [N] 33(4)73

Commemoratives, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)47

Display, 13 Dec. 1986, KGV by Leslie Wilkinson (Kirk) [S] 25(2)21

— 29 Oct. 1988, KEVII to KGVI by Hassan Shaida (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— 17 Nov. 1990, KGV by Hassan Shaida (Gilbert) [S] 29(1)14

Inland Revenue Stamping Dept, archives of (Wiseman) [L] 36(6)114

Interpane gutter, removal of (Wiseman) [N] 36(6)116

NPM, list of material returned to (NPM Press Release) [L] 36(3)44

Paper, Crown watermark, survey of types (Pusterla) [L] 37(3)53, (Pusterla) [L] 37(4)76, (Pusterla) [L] 37(5)86

— size (Simpson) [M] 36(5)89

— size of (Mark & Moorcroft) [L] 36(4)72

Perforation, missing pins (Price) [M] 28(1)6, (Jones) [S] 29(2)40

Profile Head, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)38

— introduction of (Wilkinson) [L] 25(4)65, (Wilkinson) [L] 25(5)94, (Wilkinson) [L] 26(1)9

Prussian blue inks (McBride) [M] 43(1)5

Shades (Garnsey) [S] 42(5)97

— green (Ressler) [M] 31(3)46

— measurement of (Currie) [M] 38(6)105, (Harman) [M] 39(1)12, (Peacock) [M] 39(1)13, (Allan) [S] 39(1)15, (Cranmer) [M] 39(2)28, (Currie) [M] 39(2)29, (Wiseman) [S] 39(2)32, (McGill) [S] 39(4)76

Specimens, from the Mauritania UPU Specimen Archive (Jackson) [M] 49(6)141

Trial printing, KEVII 1d, diagonal o/p CANCELLED, SG Spec. M6t (Wiseman) [L] 40(1)6

Variety, circular flaws (Brooks) [N] 32(2)31

Waterlow provisional printing (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

Watermark, Simple Cypher, types (Bolzan) [L] 25(1)4

Watermarked papers (Jackson) [L] 28(5)106

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1911-12 Downey Head

Book review, Downey Head Halfpenny - Plating Reference. Jackson [R] 36(6)105

Booklet panes, wmk orientation (Jackson) [S] 27(3)60

Caricature of 1d design (Hanson) [N] 30(5)98

Controls, Somerset House (Jackson) [L] 23(6)86, (Jackson) [C] 24(2)20

Display, 16 May 1992, KGV Downey Head Plating Study by Mike Jackson (Jackson) [M] 30(4)70

Double prints, partial (Jackson) [S] 27(5)97

Find of proofs & essays at auction (Jackson) [M] 24(5)68

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)35

Head die proofs (Sefi) [L] 33(3)41

Offset printing, experimental (Muir) [L] 46(2)25

Offsets (Wiseman) [N] 28(3)62

Perfin, row of holes (Rundo) [N] 30(5)95, (Simpson) [N] 31(2)40

Perforation, missing pins (Price) [M] 28(1)6

Variety, on N2c (Wolfson) [N] 37(5)99

Watermark letter codes (Jackson) [S] 28(5)108

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½d Die 1a

Control A 11 (close) (Jackson) [N] 21(1)6

— Control A 11 (close), unconfirmed (Jackson) [N] 23(2)32

Control plating aid (Jackson) [S] 21(1)5

Double print (Jackson) [N] 26(1)15

— partial (Jackson) [N] 27(5)97, (Wiseman) [C] 28(3)62

Perf. 14, at auction (Jackson) [M] 38(5)85

— control copy (Hunt) [S] 31(4)63

— survey (Mark) [L] 31(1)15

Plate 2 (Official Plate 7/7), markings (Jackson) [N] 23(2)32

Plate numbers, official (Jackson) [N] 21(1)7

Plate wear (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

Plates, study of (Jackson) [L] 21(1)6

Variety, Plate 4, R18/1, gash on dolphin's tail (Jackson) [N] 23(2)32

— damage at upper left (Dent) [S] 41(2)40

Watermark, inverted (Jackson) [N] 26(1)15

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½d Die 1b

Double print, partial (Jackson) [N] 27(5)97, (Wiseman) [C] 28(3)62

Variety, R4/7, gash near first N of HALFPENNY (Wilkinson) [N] 24(5)78, (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— booklet stamp, spot on King's forehead (Lajer) [S] 46(6)136

— — tail to left 2 (Candlish) [N] 29(4)78

— broken frame SW corner (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

— frame break, outer, to left of POSTAGE (Dixon-Patterson) [N] 23(5)78

— left frame break (H & B Philatelists Ltd) [N] 28(4)80

— plate scratch (Jackson) [N] 27(5)98, (Wiseman) [C] 28(3)62

— white blob on P of HALFPENNY (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

— white spot behind ear (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

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½d Die 2

Controls, Somerset House (Jackson) [M] 23(6)86

Kiss print (Jackson) [N] 26(5)98

Plate wear (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

Variety, Control B 11, R20/3, spot above REVENUE (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

— R1/3, white mark on scales (Bird) [N] 37(2)38

— dots on dolphin (Jackson & Smallbone) [M] 51(5)113

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1d Die 1a

Control, SH with missing period (Jackson) [N] 33(6)109

— with added period (Jackson) [N] 33(6)109

Controls (Jackson) [M] 26(4)73

— Somerset House (Jackson) [M] 23(6)86

Paper trials, Control A.11 (Jackson) [S] 23(6)87

Perf. 14 (Jackson) [L] 50(4)73, (Kaiserman) [M] 50(6)133, (Kaiserman) [M] 52(3)71

Plate 2 and 7 the same (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

Plate markings (Jackson) [M] 26(4)71

Plates, study of (Jackson) [L] 26(4)68

Varieties, plate (Jackson) [M] 26(4)72

Variety, spot on eye (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

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1d Die 1b

Circular flaw (Brooks) [N] 32(2)31

Controls, Somerset House (Jackson) [S] 23(6)86

Perforation, missing pin (Jackson) [N] 26(1)16

Variety, Plate 10b, R20/11, break over O of ONE (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— booklet stamp, No. 1, coloured spot on forehead (Lajer) [N] 27(2)36

— — No. 2, break in left frame (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— — break above EP of PENNY (Badcock) [N] 28(5)100

— — white mark to SW of REVENUE (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— dot after Y (Jackson) [N] 24(3)48

— weak patch near REVENUE (Fairhurst) [N] 29(4)78

— white fleur-de-lis (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

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1d Die 2

Control, with added period (Jackson) [N] 33(6)109

Controls, Somerset House (Jackson) [M] 23(6)86, (Jackson) [C] 24(2)20

Offset printing, experimental (Muir) [L] 46(2)25

Paper trials, Controls B.11, B.12 (Jackson) [S] 23(6)87

— plating of (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

Plate 2, offset printing, experimental (Muir) [L] 46(2)25

Plate marking, on Multiple Cypher imperf. (Jackson) [N] 27(5)97

Variety, Plate 12, R20/8, spur to lion's haunch (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— Row 3 of a roll-join strip, 'masked lion' (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— blot on O, SG Spec. N11e (Welch) [N] 25(1)7

— left frame break (Candlish) [N] 26(5)99

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1912-22 Royal Cypher

Dates of issue (Wilkinson) [M] 28(1)11, (Wilkinson) [M] 32(4)66

Find of proofs & essays at auction (Jackson) [M] 24(5)68

Paper, granite, on 1d and other values (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

— no watermark (Baker) [M] 48(1)24

Perforation, missing pins (Verney) [N] 24(3)48, (Price) [M] 28(1)6, (Badcock) [N] 28(3)63, (Paul) [N] 28(3)63, (Bainbridge) [N] 28(3)63, (Allan) [N] 28(3)63, (Badcock) [N] 28(5)100, (Price) [N] 29(2)40, (Jones) [S] 29(2)40, (Tanner) [N] 29(4)78, (Jackson) [N] 30(4)79

Plating, scratch in corner of marginal rules on R20/1 (Wilkinson) [N] 37(1)12

Simple Cypher paper, how wide was the web? (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)59

Toned paper, the use of (Peacock) [M] 37(2)39

Watermark letter codes (Jackson) [S] 28(5)114, (Jackson) [S] 29(1)19, (Jackson) [S] 29(3)58, (Strong) [N] 29(4)78

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½d

½d inserted in 1½d plate, 1919 (Dagnall) [N] 21(4)55

Control G 15, new plate marking (Mark) [N] 30(5)94

Cyprus green shade, should it be 'Cypress'? (McBride) [M] 42(6)132, (Leslie Wilkinson) [S] 42(6)137

— source of name (Muir) [S] 39(5)81, (Jackson) [S] 42(2)48

New Moon flaw (Clark) [L] 42(2)25

Plate 22, new state (Cranmer) [N] 28(3)63

Plate 69, Control P 20 (Bainbridge) [N] 39(5)99

Plate 72, with Control U 23 (Bainbridge) [N] 29(4)79, (Wilkinson) [C] 29(5)97

Plating notes (Bainbridge) [L] 34(6)101, (Bainbridge) [L] 36(6)106, (Dent) [N] 37(5)99

Roll stamps, SH continuous printing plates (Wilkinson) [L] 41(4)80

Shades, a simple approach to measuring (Kegg) [L] 52(2)36

Variety, Control C 13, R10/10, white mark on R dolphin (Jackson) [N] 26(1)17

— Control O 19, R20/3, white patch on L dolphin's tail (Jackson) [N] 26(1)17

— Controls U 23 & V 23, R20/1, white dot on moustache (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— N14g in imperf. SPECIMEN pair (Price) [N] 29(4)79

— Plate 2b, R20/1, mark to right of value tablet (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— Plate 8, Controls C 13 & D 14, R19/2, spot to right of RH half (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— Plate 10b, R19/1, left frame break (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— Plate 13d, Control F 15, R18/1, coloured mark below P of HALFPENNY (Jackson) [N] 26(1)17

— Plate 36a, Control H 16, R18/1, patch of colour near neck (Jackson) [N] 26(1)17

— Plate 37(?), R10/2 'Blob on P' (Wilkinson) [N] 31(3)54

— Plate 43, R19/1, blob over eye, SG Spec. N14ka (Price & Palmer) [N] 22(2)25, (Fairhurst) [N] 27(2)36, (Wilkinson) [N] 27(2)40

— Plate 46a, Controls L 18 & M 19, R20/3, white spot above R dolphin's beak (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— Plate 49b, Control M 19, R20/2, broken E in HALFPENNY (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

— Plate 50, Control K 18, R19/1, crescent near right ½ (Price & Palmer) [N] 22(2)25

— Plate 54b, Control M 19, R20/3, disturbance to right of REVENUE (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

— Plate 65c, Control P 20, R19/1, coloured flaw in oval (Price & Palmer) [N] 22(2)25

— Plate 68, Controls Q 20-T 22, R20/2, coloured mark over F (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— Plate 73b, R19/1, left frame break (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— R1/12, break in oval (Bird) [N] 37(2)38

— R20/?, white mark above head (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— black eye on coil stamp (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

— crack across stamp (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

— crack through left ½ (Wilkinson) [N] 27(2)40

— gash top right (MacArthur) [N] 35(4)80

— white mark on head (Price & Palmer) [N] 22(2)25

— white mark over E of HALFPENNY (Wilkinson) [N] 27(2)40

1d

Advertisement trials, 1922 (Wilkinson) [S] 27(2)27

Circular flaw (Brooks) [N] 32(2)31

Currency paper (Mark) [M] 34(1)19, (Peacock) [S] 34(2)38

Plate 96, new control (S 22) (Wilkinson) [N] 22(1)11

Plate markings (Bainbridge) [S] 29(3)58

— unrecorded (Bundock) [N] 27(3)59

Rolls, Somerset House printing (Wilkinson) [M] 37(3)51

Shades, a simple approach (Kegg) [L] 49(3)49

Variety, Control J 17, R20/11, light patch to left of crown (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)49

— — R20/12, coloured mark on cheek (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— Control N 19, R20/10, white marks in portrait (Candlish) [N] 25(5)87

— Control T 22, R20/12, coloured mark at base of oval frame (Bainbridge) [S] 39(2)35

— Control T 33, R20/11, white dot near L 1 (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— Controls N 19-O 20, R20/10, breaks in lines of face (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— Controls U 22 & W 23, R20/10, break to left of King's nose (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— O in POSTAGE looks like a C (Seddon) [N] 24(5)78

— Plate 33, Control G 15, R11/12, dots below POSTAGE, SG Spec. N16q (Wilkinson) [S] 23(6)83

— Plate 81, Control N 19, R20/12, white patch over PENNY (Jackson) [N] 36(4)80

— Plate 91, Controls S 22, T 22, R19/12, frame break at right (Jackson) [N] 24(3)48

— Plate 96, Control T 22, R19/12, right frame broken (Wilkinson) [N] 22(1)11, (Barrell) [N] 29(4)79, (Wilkinson) [C] 29(5)97

— — R19/12, Control T 22, right frame broken (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

— Plate 104, Controls J 17 - M 18, R20/10, spot on eyelid (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— R20/10, small spot on King's cheek (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— breaks in inner RH frame (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— gash in crown (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

— reversed Q for O (SG Spec. N17j) (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

— white dot behind ear (Fairhurst) [N] 29(1)19

— white spot below left '1' (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

1½d

½d inserted in 1½d plate, 1919 (Dagnall) [N] 21(4)55

Booklet stamp, deepened die (Wilkinson) [S] 37(5)93

Control K 18, K slipping (Mark) [N] 31(5)96

Controls, missing (Jones) [S] 31(2)37, (Mark) [N] 31(5)96

KGV 1½d (based on a display to the GBPS on 21 November 1992) (Jones) [L] 31(2)35

No watermark (Baker) [M] 48(1)24

Perforation (Jones) [S] 31(2)35

Varieties, frame breaks (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)49

Variety, Control M19, R19/2, weak SW corner (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

— — R20/2, flaw in top frame (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

— — white blob NW corner (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

— Controls V 23 & W 23, R20/2, frame break below (THRE)E (Fairhurst) [N] 29(4)79, (Wilkinson) [C] 29(5)97

— PENCF flaw (Jones) [S] 31(2)36, (Jones) [L] 39(6)101, (Jones) [C] 40(2)25

— Plate 12, Control T 22, R20/2, diamond in NW corner (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)49

— Plate 15b (Jones) [S] 31(2)37

— booklet stamp (?), dot after final E (Wilkinson) [N] 22(1)11

— booklet stamp, 'THREF' for 'THREE' (Wilkinson) [N] 30(2)35

— — No. 2, crack between crown & R value (West) [N] 26(2)32

— — small circle below TH (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

Watermarks (Jones) [S] 31(2)35

2d

Plate 4 marking on Control D 14 (Badcock) [N] 28(3)62

Setting B, with Plate 16 (Wilkinson) [N] 27(2)40

Variety, Plate 9b, Control T 22, R20/2, spot above POSTAGE (Wilkinson) [S] 23(6)83

— booklet stamp, No. 2, frame break (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— — — frame break below CE of PENCE (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)39

— — No. 4, frame break (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— frame break below W of TWO (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)49

— frame breaks at top (Wilkinson) [N] 24(2)20

— lower frame break (booklet stamp R1/1 or R1/2) (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

— spur to 'P' of 'TWOPENCE' (Badcock) [N] 30(3)51

Watermark, misplaced (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

2½d

Prussian blue shades (McBride) [M] 43(1)5

Roll stamp? (Badcock) [N] 29(4)78, (Wilkinson) [N] 30(1)19

Variety, HALIPENNY flaw (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

3d

Colour essay, control block of 6 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Perforation, missing pin (Candlish) [N] 31(2)40

Toned paper (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

4d

Circular flaw (Brooks) [N] 32(2)31

Variety, Control D 14, R20/1, white mark on C of PENCE (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— Plate 2d, R20/2, Control T 22, frame break at left of value tablet (Tanner) [N] 29(4)79

— R20/2, Control O 20, inverted Q for O (Tanner) [N] 29(4)79

— blurred nose (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

— marks on 'FOURPENCE' (Badcock) [N] 30(3)51

5d

No watermark (Baker) [M] 48(1)24

Roll stamp (Wilkinson) [N] 30(1)19

Variety, Control B.13, frame breaks, R20/1,2,3 (Price & Palmer) [N] 22(2)25

— Plate 1c, Control K 17, R20/2, light patch over V of REVENUE, SG Spec. N25g (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)49

— — — — weak area near REVENUE (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

Watermark, inverted (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

6d

Controls & plates (Wilkinson) [S] 23(4)61

Controls and plates (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 23(1)3

Perforation, missing hole (Verney) [N] 24(3)48

Plating (Wilkinson) [S] 24(5)71

— query (Verney) [N] 24(3)48, (Wilkinson) [S] 24(5)71

Variety, Spot in left 6 (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— break over E of REVENUE (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

7d

Use of (Johnson) [L] 46(1)14

9d

Perforation, missing pin (Jackson) [N] 30(4)79

Use in registered duplicate letter scheme (Mark) [M] 45(1)2

Use of (Johnson) [L] 46(1)14

Use on telegraph forms (Wilkinson) [M] 45(1)1

Variety, Control O20, coloured dot (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)15

— R?/12, frame break at top right (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

— crack through top right (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

Watermark, inverted, Control O 20 (Verney) [N] 24(3)48

1924-26 Block Cypher

Controls, constant varieties (Mark) [N] 35(1)20, (Jones) [N] 35(2)40

Experimental paper (Moorcroft) [L] 37(6)112

Mysterious lines on the back (Skelly) [M] 29(5)82, (Mark) [S] 30(2)30

Perforation, missing pins (Price) [M] 28(1)6, (Paul) [N] 28(3)63, (Jones) [S] 29(2)40

Waterlow provisional printing (Wilkinson) [N] 22(1)11, (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)50

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½d

Double print, control block of 6 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Variety, R?/12, spot on eyebrow (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— break below LF of HALFPENNY (Wilkinson) [N] 27(2)40

Waterlow provisional printing, Perf. C (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

Watermark, sideways-inverted (Bellew) [N] 37(2)38

1d

CANCELLED Type 28 overprint (Candlish) [N] 29(3)42

Control D 25, two positions of (Jackson) [S] 39(2)35

Double print (Mark) [N] 25(4)80

Perf. Type 2c on Control B 24 (Bainbridge) [N] 39(5)99

Plate 19, Control M 30 (Bainbridge) [N] 39(5)99

Roll wrapper, unrecorded, Kermode 1000 (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

Variety, Control F 26, R20/7, broken inner frame lines at left (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

— Plate 7, Control E 26, R20/12, gash in left of crown (Wilkinson) [S] 23(6)83

— — — — gash in left of crown, SG Spec. N34f (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

— Plate 16, Control M 30, R20/11, dot behind ear (Bainbridge) [N] 39(5)99

— R?/11, coloured mark on bridge of nose (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

Watermark, sideways, on booklet pane (Jackson) [N] 30(2)32

1½d

Circular flaw (Brooks) [N] 32(2)31

KGV 1½d (based on a display to the GBPS on 21 November 1992) (Jones) [L] 31(2)37

Perforation (Jones) [S] 31(2)38

Printed on the gummed side (Jones) [S] 31(2)39

Shades, measurement of (Currie) [M] 38(6)105

Variety, Control M 30, R20/2, coloured speck under E of THREE (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— Control S 33, R20/1 (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

— — R20/2, broken left frame opposite tablet (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— Plate 50, R1/12, breaks in cross on crown (Jones) [S] 34(4)80

— booklet stamp, No. 1, blot below C (Wilkinson) [N] 30(1)19

— — No. 5, printing flaw (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

— — R2/1, white spot on left scroll (Bainbridge) [S] 48(1)6

— distorted E (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— moustache flaw (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

Watermarks (Jones) [S] 31(2)38

2d

Date, earliest used (Kaiserman) [N] 34(6)117

Frame break on roll stamp (Alexander) [N] 21(1)13

4d

Plating and controls (Kinabrew Jun.) [S] 27(4)69

5d

Controls and plates (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 26(5)82

6d

Controls and plates (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 23(1)3, (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 26(5)82

Plate 8, plate marking and controls (Bainbridge) [M] 50(6)131

Plate 9, plate marking and controls (Bainbridge) [M] 50(6)131

Plate marking, unrecorded (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

Plates used (Jackson) [S] 51(1)24

Variety, bar of A in POSTAGE missing (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

— frame break above REVENUE (Wilkinson) [N] 32(5)86

Watermark, inverted, Control M.30 (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

9d

Controls and plates (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 26(5)82

10d

Controls and plates (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 26(5)83

Variety, break in lower frame (Kaiserman) [S] 51(6)138

— frame breaks on adjacent stamps, SG Spec. N44b/ba (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

1s

Controls and plates (Kinabrew Jun.) [M] 26(5)83

Waterlow provisional printing, Perf. B (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

1934-36 Photogravure

6d, unaccepted, block of 6 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Booklet BB17, advert. panes (Clark) [M] 41(4)61

Booklet panes (Harvey) [S] 35(2)38

Cylinder numbering (Russell) [M] 35(4)69

General account (SWL90) [S] 28(2)39

Miniature stamps (shrunken) (Wilkinson) [M] 33(5)86

Multipositives, request for information on ½d and 1d (Gowland) [S] 42(6)135

Perf. types (Russell) [M] 35(3)58

Perforation of low values (Gowland) [L] 46(1)18, (Gowland) [L] 46(2)40, (Gowland) [L] 47(1)4

Perforation, clipped (Russell) [M] 43(2)36

— new type? (Russell) [M] 36(1)14

Rotation number (Russell) [N] 34(1)5

Sizes (Messenger) [L] 37(4)64, (Russell) [M] 37(4)80, (Webster) [M] 37(5)96, (Messenger) [C] 37(5)100

— official (Wilkinson) [M] 38(1)2, (Messenger) [M] 38(1)4

Varieties (Russell) [L] 34(1)4

Watermark, inverted on sheet-printed stamps (Russell) [M] 34(5)94, (Wilson) [N] 35(3)59, (Russell) [C] 37(5)100, (Jackson) [C] 38(1)20

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½d

Control partly missing, Cyl. 4, Control V/34 (Russell) [N] 34(1)4, (Mark) [S] 34(2)38, (Russell) [N] 35(3)57

Multipositives (Wilson) [M] 43(2)43

Perf. Type 2a (Bundock) [N] 26(5)98, (Jackson) [N] 35(3)57

Used in Multipost affixing machine (Whitehead) [S] 40(4)70

Variety, flaw left of H (Whitehead) [S] 40(4)70

— flaw on F (Thorneloe) [N] 40(3)47

— white lines joining the tops of letters (Russell) [N] 34(1)4

1d

Perforation, Type B3 (West) [N] 26(2)32

Printed on the gummed side (Russell) [M] 37(5)90, (Mark) [S] 37(6)115, (Sefi) [S] 37(6)116, (Russell) [S] 38(1)5, (Mark) [M] 38(1)7

Rotation number (Russell) [N] 34(1)5

Variety, cross on crown missing (Russell) [N] 34(1)5

Watermark, inverted on sheet-printed stamps (Russell) [M] 34(5)94

1½d

Cyl. 68R, Control V/34, two states (Russell) [N] 34(1)6

Cyl. 116, flaw and retouch (Russell) [M] 35(1)14

— perforation Type 5 (Russell) [M] 35(1)14

Cyl. 135 dot, Control Y36, perf. Type 6B (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

Cyl. No. missing, Cyl. 42 no stop, Control V 34 (Russell) [N] 34(1)6

Marginal crosses (Russell) [N] 34(1)7

Perforation, Type 5, Cyl. 116 (Russell) [M] 35(1)14

— — Cyl. 119 stop, Control W/35 (Russell) [N] 34(1)8

— Type 6B, Cyls 135 stop & 137 stop (Russell) [N] 34(1)8

Pierced margin (Russell) [N] 34(1)6

Rotation number (Russell) [N] 34(1)5

Variety, Cyl. 34, R19/3 (Bird) [N] 33(2)40

— Cyl. 45 dot, Control V 34, R15/1 & 2, white mark on E of PENCE & white mark above G of POSTAGE (Wilkinson) [N] 26(2)33

— beard flaw (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— booklet stamp, gash through THREE (Lajer) [N] 37(5)100

— — tiny spot on right dolphin (Gowland) [N] 34(5)100, (Clark) [N] 35(3)57, (Harvey) [N] 35(3)59

Watermark, inverted on sheet-printed stamps (Russell) [M] 34(5)94

2½d

Doubly printed (Russell) [N] 34(1)8

3d

Watermark, inverted (Russell) [N] 34(1)9, (Russell) [M] 34(5)94

4d

Perforation, Type 2, Cyl. 3, Control W/35 (Russell) [N] 34(1)9

Watermark, inverted (Russell) [N] 34(1)9, (Russell) [M] 34(5)94

1913-34 Seahorse High Values

2s 6d (Kearsley) [L] 46(4)75

— Bradbury Wilkinson, reasearch into (Webster) [L] 39(4)61

— varieties (Maushammer) [L] 39(1)2

2s 6d, Bradbury Wilkinson, new variety (Kearsley) [S] 46(1)12

— Bradbury shades (Kearsley) [L] 50(2)34, (Kearsley) [C] 50(3)72

— De La Rue shades (page numbered 38 in error) (Kearsley) [L] 47(4)86

— De La Rue, Chrome (Kearsley) [M] 49(4)86

— colour trial, 1913 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— major re-entry, Plate 3, Stamp 12 (Smith) [S] 21(4)43

— re-entry (Bolzan) [N] 25(1)7

— variety, lower frame-lines extended (Vaughan) [N] 36(1)19

5s & 10s (Kearsley) [L] 45(5)106

5s De La Rue, earliest date (Harman) [S] 45(6)142

5s, Bradbury Wilkinson varieties (Maushammer) [M] 46(3)71

— Waterlow, o/p CANCELLED with CUSTOMS & EXCISE/GOVERNMENT LABORATORY o/p (Wilkinson) [N] 24(3)40

10s, 'Cambridge' blue (Webster) [L] 41(6)111

— De La Rue shades (Kearsley) [L] 47(6)124

— De La Rue, Cambridge Blue (Garnsey) [M] 42(1)24, (Kearsley) [M] 42(4)76, (Garnsey) [S] 42(5)97

— — Deep bright blue (Kearsley) [M] 49(4)86, (Jackson) [C] 49(5)120

Auction sale, Shaida Collection (Claridge) [M] 31(1)12

Bechuanaland, more notes on (Kearsley) [S] 46(1)12

Book review, Discovering Seahorses, Kearsley (Wilkinson) [R] 43(6)138

Dates of issue (Wilkinson) [M] 28(1)11

Discovering Seahorses, addenda (Kearsley) [L] 44(2)25, (Kearsley) [M] 44(6)141

Experimental plates (Muir) [L] 48(3)49

General account (SWL90) [S] 28(2)42

Heraldic design of the shield (Livingstone) [M] 48(6)150

Identification (Wilkinson) [S] 30(5)83

Introduction of (based on official records) (Wilkinson) [L] 27(1)1

Levant, more notes on (Kearsley) [S] 46(1)10

Miniature stamps (shrunken) (Wilkinson) [M] 33(5)86

Nauru, more notes on (Kearsley) [S] 46(1)11

Overprints, more notes on (Kearsley) [S] 46(1)12

Paper Trials, Bradbury Wilkinson experimental printings (Webster) [L] 37(6)104

Plate proofs, rough (Wilkinson) [S] 34(2)36

Punch cancellation (Wilkinson) [S] 24(3)45

Research, new findings (Kearsley) [L] 39(3)52

Shades (Kearsley) [M] 42(4)76

— De La Rue (Kearsley) [M] 49(4)86

— more notes on (Kearsley) [S] 46(1)9

Telegraph forms, stamps punched for use on (Wilkinson) [L] 41(6)120

Trial impressions (Webster) [L] 41(3)54

Used on diplomatic bag labels (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(2)30

£1 (Kearsley) [L] 44(5)97

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1924-25 Wembley Exhibition

1½d, imprimatur (Sabey) [L] 36(1)2

Book review, British Empire Exhibition Stamps of 1924-1925. Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 37(4)69

Numbered sheets (Wilkinson) [S] 38(1)20

Roll stamp, rouletted edge (Griffin) [S] 29(2)27

Roll stamps (Sabey) [M] 29(4)72, (Griffin) [N] 29(5)97

Rolls, sideways, stamps from (Alexander) [L] 48(1)18

Used between exhibitions (Sabey) [S] 27(4)72

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1929 Postal Union Congress

½d, variety, CO of CONGRESS joined (Griffin) [S] 29(5)96

— — Plate 2, R20/1, frame break (Billinghurst) [N] 22(2)24, (Sanders) [N] 23(4)64

— — broken serif of 1 (Pearce) [N] 37(3)50

— — frame break (Billinghurst) [N] 24(3)48

— — thickened left frame (Welch) [N] 30(1)18

1d, varieties, from rolls (Alexander) [N] 26(5)98

— variety, broken O in POSTAL (Wilkinson) [N] 22(1)11

1½d, variety (Powell) [N] 24(2)21, (Sutters) [N] 33(4)75

— variety, booklet stamp, No. 5, broken O of POSTAL (West) [N] 26(2)32

— — horiz. crack (Doupe) [N] 21(1)13

2½d, variety, Plate 1, Control L 29, blue ink marks (Billinghurst) [N] 28(5)101

— — blob on O of UNION (Fairhurst) [N] 29(1)18

Designs of the low-values (Dagnall) [L] 31(5)81

Varieties (Wolfson) [N] 24(2)21, (Griffin) [S] 28(3)64

£1, colour trials (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— variety, R4/4 (note on plating) (Skinner) [N] 30(1)19

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1935 Silver Jubilee

1d, booklet panes (Russell) [M] 52(3)70

1½d, booklet stamp, No. 1, variety, mark on final E of HALFPENCE (Candlish) [N] 30(2)35

— varieties on booklet stamps (Candlish) [N] 26(1)20

2½d, Cyl. 34 dot, Control W35, variety on R20/2 (Bird) [N] 33(2)40

— Prussian Blue, control copy (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— Prussian blue (McBride) [M] 43(1)5

Booklet interleaf numbers (Ramsay) [L] 51(1)1

Booklets, error of make-up (Ramsay) [M] 51(3)55

Cylinders (Russell) [M] 45(4)96

Display, 15 May 1993, Penny Lilac and Silver Jubilee (Gilbert) [L] 31(4)68

Essay for 2d (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Quantities printed and sold (Russell) [M] 45(1)6

Sheet numbers (Russell) [M] 23(5)66, (Gilbert) [M] 24(4)60

Varieties on sheet-printed stamps (Russell) [M] 51(6)127

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KING EDWARD VIII

½d, variety 'pearl beside crown' (Restall) [M] 49(4)92

1d, Cyl. 7 dot, Control A/36 (rare cyl.) (Driver) [S] 48(2)48

— variety 'pearl beneath crown' (Restall) [M] 49(3)72

1½d, Cyl. 4 dot, Control A/36, perf. Type 6b (Jackson) [N] 30(2)32

— imperf. (Sanders) [S] 29(4)80

2½d, control omitted (Bainbridge) [S] 48(4)90

Booklet panes of two (Sanders) [S] 31(4)65, (Harvey) [M] 31(5)91

Booklets (Clark) [C] 44(4)87

Coronation essay (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)43

Design, contemporary report (Sanders) [M] 26(1)1

Display, 29 Oct. 1988, KEVII to KGVI by Hassan Shaida (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

Essay, unaccepted (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Essays (Muir) [M] 23(6)93

— taken by the King (Sanders) [M] 23(3)34

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)43

Perforation of stamps for rolls (Gowland) [L] 47(1)4

Type 2 perforator (Gowland) [M] 48(6)139

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KING GEORGE VI

Booklet cylinder numbers (West & Harvey) [S] 30(1)19, (Jackson) [C] 30(2)31

Booklet pane, Cyl. F dot 9 (Jackson) [C] 30(2)31

Booklet perforation (Lawrence) [M] 24(5)70

Commemoratives, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)47

Definitives, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)46

— introduction (Sanders) [M] 30(2)23

Demonetisation of postage stamps (Whitehead) [N] 40(4)79

Display, 29 Oct. 1988, KEVII to KGVI by Hassan Shaida (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— 18 Feb. 1989, KGVI and QEII by Hassan Shaida (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)45

Dulac adhesives, use of (Fryer) [L] 45(3)56

Emergency stamps (Huggins) [L] 44(6)121

NPM, list of material returned to (NPM Press Release) [L] 36(3)44

Postage due, 1951 provisional use (Worsfold) [L] 41(3)48

Proof (unissued stamp) (Worsfold) [M] 32(4)69

Rolls, '½v' cuts (Whitehead) [S] 36(5)82

— '½v' cuts (Rundo) [M] 32(4)68

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Low Value Definitives

Booklet panes of two (Lawrence) [S] 22(1)8

— KGVI & QEII (West & Harvey) [M] 30(5)92

— KGVI and QEII (Lawrence) [M] 21(1)14

Controls, obliteration of (Doupe) [M] 21(3)34, (Murray) [N] 21(5)62

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½d

Control C 38, varieties (Sanders) [S] 31(2)39

Control D 38, varieties (Sanders) [M] 31(4)66

Cyl. 3, study of the cutting line (Sanders) [M] 29(5)95

Study of (Sanders) [M] 30(4)62, (Sanders) [M] 30(5)84

1d

Booklet pane, Cyl. F dot 9 (Moran) [N] 29(3)43, (Rundo) [N] 29(4)76, (Sprei) [N] 29(4)76

— with perf. encroachment (West) [N] 26(2)32

Multipositive flaws (Worsfold) [M] 32(2)36

1½d

Booklet pane, with perf. margin (West) [N] 26(2)32

Controls, obliteration of (Doupe) [N] 21(3)34, (Murray) [N] 21(5)62

2d

Variety (Barrell) [N] 29(4)77

2½d

Booklet pane, with perf. Type B5 (West) [N] 26(2)33

3d

Cyl. 21 no dot, Control L42, control 'ghost' (Gowland) [E] 43(1)12, (Bygate) [S] 43(2)39

8d

Variety, line through 'H' (Brookfield) [S] 36(6)103, (Whitworth) [S] 37(1)12

1941-42 Light Colours

3d, controls, obliteration of (Doupe) [N] 21(3)35, (Murray) [N] 21(5)62

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1950-52 Changed Colours

½d, variety, booklet stamp, No. 6, retouch to neck (West) [N] 26(2)33

1d, variety, booklet stamp, No. 2, deformed serif to E in REV (West) [N] 26(2)33

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'Arms' High Values

2s 6d green, re-entry? (Maushammer) [M] 44(4)83

5s, new 'T' guides (Bater) [S] 30(4)74

10s ultramarine, study of (Smith) [L] 25(1)8

10s, on cover (Johnson) [L] 49(5)102

Book review, Waterlow Procedures - KGVI 'Arms' to 'Festival' High Values - Design to Press. Bater (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

Guide marks, 'T' and '+' (Bater) [M] 35(1)12

Unusual usages (Johnson) [L] 50(2)42

£1, plate layout marks (Bater) [M] 31(3)48

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'Festival' High Values

5s, plating (Bater) [M] 30(5)90

10s varieties (Smith) [S] 24(4)55

Book review, Waterlow Procedures - KGVI 'Arms' to 'Festival' High Values - Design to Press. Bater (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

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1937 Coronation

Control letters, faint and missing (Powell) [S] 33(6)110, (Restall) [S] 33(6)110, (Loveland) [S] 33(6)111, (Schofield) [S] 34(1)17, (Restall) [S] 34(3)48

Cyl. 2 dot, flaws (Restall) [M] 24(1)4

Cyl. 6 dot, flaws (Restall) [M] 22(5)70, (Powell) [S] 23(4)58

Cyl. 7 dot, shifted transfer (Restall) [M] 36(2)27

Cyl. 8 dot, flaws (Restall) [M] 25(2)36

Cyl. 10 dot, flaws (Schofield) [N] 24(2)21

Cyl. 18 dot, flaws (Restall) [M] 23(6)84

Cyl. 19 no dot, R19/2, blotch on Queen's cheek (Powell) [N] 39(4)76

— — flaw, blotch on Queen's cheek (Restall) [S] 36(4)79

— flaws (Schofield) [N] 24(2)21

Cyl. 20 dot, flaws (Restall) [M] 24(3)36

Cyl. 23 no dot, flaws (Schofield) [N] 24(2)21

Cyl. 30 no dot, flaws (Restall) [M] 25(4)63, (Restall) [S] 34(3)48

— missing control letter (Powell) [S] 33(6)110, (Restall) [S] 33(6)110, (Schofield) [S] 34(1)17, (Restall) [S] 34(3)47

— variety on R10/6 (Schofield) [S] 34(4)80

Design of (Sanders) [S] 23(4)57

Flaws (Powell) [S] 23(4)58

— nature and importance of (Restall) [M] 37(3)48

— on control blocks (Restall) [L] 27(4)65

Printer's numbers (Restall) [S] 34(3)48

Variety, spot in lacing by orb (SG Spec. QCom1h) (Doupe) [N] 24(4)63

Watermark, varieties (Restall) [M] 36(2)26

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1940 Centenary

Essay, unaccepted (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Essays (Rundo) [N] 33(1)20, (Peacock) [N] 33(3)50

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1948 Silver Wedding

SPECIMEN overprint (Jackson) [N] 27(1)13

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1949 Universal Postal Union

2½d, variety, patch in Pacific (Brookfield) [S] 36(6)103, (Whitworth) [S] 37(1)12

Essays, the Mary Adshead archive (Barrell) [L] 45(2)38

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1951 Festival of Britain

Book review, Waterlow Procedures - KGVI 'Arms' to 'Festival' High Values - Design to Press. Bater (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

Essays, the Mary Adshead archive (Barrell) [L] 45(1)20, (Barrell) [M] 45(4)91

£1, plating study (Smith) [M] 28(1)14

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QUEEN ELIZABETH II

Demonetisation of postage stamps (Holman) [M] 40(4)77, (Schmitz-Le Hanne) [N] 40(4)78

Display, 18 Feb. 1989, KGVI and QEII by Hassan Shaida (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)45

— by M. Spiteri (Kirk) [S] 25(4)61

Fluorescence, discussion of (Tibbenham) [M] 36(2)34

Ink sample proofs (Pusterla) [M] 34(3)53, (Pusterla) [M] 34(4)79, (Morgan) [S] 34(4)80

Rolls, '½v' cuts (Whitehead) [S] 36(5)82

— '½v' cuts (Rundo) [M] 32(4)68

Telegrams, mutilation of postage stamps for (Lawrence) [L] 38(1)10

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Wilding Definitives

6d, bisect (Eden) [N] 30(1)19

Booklet panes of two, KGVI & QEII (West & Harvey) [M] 30(5)92

— KGVI and QEII (Lawrence) [M] 21(1)14

Booklet varieties (Cooter) [S] 33(1)12

CANCELLED overprints on booklet panes (Lawrence) [S] 25(2)29

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)49

Paper (Bater) [S] 31(5)87

Phosphor bands, application of (Harvey & Stafford) [L] 41(5)89

Phosphor trials, 'Dollis Hill' (Holt) [L] 45(6)128

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1955-1968 Castle High Values

2s 6d, Plate 3B, R8/1, re-entry (Spens) [M] 27(5)84, (Smith) [N] 28(5)101

— Plate 4, R3/4 re-entry (Spens) [M] 28(1)5

— Plate 5, study (Spens) [M] 28(4)90

Book review, Queen Elizabeth II Waterlow Castle High Values 1955-1958, Bater and Spens (Harman) [R] 28(4)89

Book review: The First Elizabeth II Castle High Value Definitives (Jackson) [R] 43(3)58

Die proof of head (Jackson) [N] 30(2)32

Display, 21 Oct. 1989, by The Lord Spens and Gerry Bater (Kirk) [S] 28(1)2

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)52

Overprinting contract (Bater) [S] 34(2)39

Sorting (Bater) [M] 32(5)88

Telegraph forms, stamps punched for use on (Wilkinson) [L] 41(6)120

Watermark, inverted (Spens) [M] 28(5)102, (Spens) [S] 29(2)38, (Wilson) [N] 29(2)38

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Machin Definitives

1d, bisected (Batty) [N] 46(2)35, (Knight) [S] 46(4)95

2nd class, proof (Kibby) [L] 52(6)121

2½p, pink, misplaced phosphor (Daniels) [N] 34(1)18

5p, bisected (Jackson) [S] 46(2)35

6d, Pre-Decimal, study (Walker) [L] 51(1)15

12p, emerald-green, Cyl. 9 no dot (Daniels) [N] 34(1)18

14p, dry print (Holt) [N] 27(5)98

— imperf (Holt) [N] 27(5)98

25p, genuine, declared fake by Royal Mail Revenue Protection (Jackson) [S] 52(5)99

Book review, 40 Years of Machins - A Timeline. Myall (Jackson) [R] 45(4)90

— A Timeless Classic: The Evolution of Machin's Icon. Muir (Jackson) [R] 45(4)84

— Postal Usage of the decimal Machin series 1971-1996 (two vols). Nicholson (Sherman) [R] 36(1)20

— Postal Usage of the pre-decimal Machin series 1969-1971. Nicholson (Sherman) [R] 36(1)20

— The Complete Deegam Machin Handbook, 3rd edn, Myall (Barnes) [R] 41(6)110

Booklet pane, miscut (Daniels) [N] 31(5)96

Booklet varieties (Cooter) [S] 33(1)12

Booklets, 50p folded (Bainbridge) [M] 29(5)92

Cambridge University colour trials of 1969 (Walker) [L] 48(3)63, (Walker) [L] 48(4)92, (Walker) [L] 48(5)123

Colour, 4p, Jeffery Matthews palette (Myall) [L] 40(6)108

Display, 3 Mar. 1990, Machins by Andrew J. Watton (Kirk) [S] 28(4)87

Dollis Hill Find, an amplification (Barnes) [M] 52(1)22, (Klempka) [S] 52(1)23

Enschedι printings 1991 (Bainbridge) [S] 31(3)55

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)50

Perforation, 13p with four straight sides (Wolfson) [N] 35(2)39

Postal history (Lockton) [L] 39(2)23

Proof, 2nd class (Kibby) [L] 52(6)121

Self-adhesive NVI, 1998, 'dagger' perforations (Jackson) [S] 40(4)70, (Smith) [M] 41(1)20

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1969-1987 Machin High Values

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)52

£1, plating (Smith) [M] 24(5)72

£2, 1988, variety (Bainbridge) [N] 33(1)19

— set-off (Jackson) [M] 47(3)70

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1988-1997 Machin Castle High Values

1977 £1 imperf. pair (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)53

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)52

£1.50, variety (Holt) [N] 33(3)51

£5, design shift (Holt) [N] 30(3)59

— missing colour (Holt) [N] 30(3)59

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Special and Commemorative Issues

1963 Red Cross, 3d missing cross (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)48

1964 3d Botanical Congress sage-green omitted (Holt) [N] 33(3)51

1964 Forth Road Bridge, GPO FDC emergency printing (Hacket) [M] 46(2)39

1965 Post Office Tower, 3d missing tower (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)48

1966 British Technology, errors (Shaida) [N] 27(1)17

1966 British vintage cars, errors (Shaida) [M] 26(3)45

1969 Alcock and Brown, errors (Shaida) [N] 27(1)15

1970 UPU, errors (Shaida) [N] 27(1)17

1974 Medieval Warriors designs (Latto) [M] 23(1)13

1976 Roses, 13p missing value (B. Alan Ltd) [S] 27(3)60

— 13p missing value, (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)48

1977 British Wildlife designs (Latto) [S] 22(3)47

1978 Architecture essays (Latto) [M] 24(2)18

1978 Cycling, errors (Shaida) [N] 27(1)15

1978 Horses designs (Latto) [S] 22(3)47

1979 Christmas essays (Latto) [S] 23(5)76

1979 Rowland Hill essays (Latto) [S] 23(6)82

1980 Birds essays (Latto) [S] 24(1)2

1980 Conductors 15p, perf. variety, misaligned pin (Jackson) [M] 41(4)79

1981 Butterflies 14p imperf. (B. Alan Ltd) [N] 26(3)60

1982 British cars, errors (Shaida) [M] 26(3)45

1982 Technology 26p imperf. (Harmers of London) [N] 21(3)39

1986 Endangered Species designs (Latto) [S] 25(3)50

1988 Armada, '988' instead of '1988' (B. Alan Ltd) [N] 27(3)60

1988 Christmas, error of value (Lajer) [S] 37(6)117

1990 20p Penny Black Anniversary, imperf. (Holt) [N] 30(3)59

1990 Penny Black miniature sheet, error (Holt) [S] 30(1)18

— recess printing omitted (Holt) [N] 29(1)18

1998 Queen's Beasts, green omitted (Holt) [N] 37(3)50

1998 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, imperf. (Holt) [N] 37(6)117

General account, 1953-89 (SWL90) [M] 28(2)53

Marginal test print, 22p Victorian Britain (B. Alan Ltd) [N] 27(2)36

William Morgan, 18p imperf. (H & B Philatelists Ltd) [N] 27(2)36

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Regionals

NI 39p on FCP paper (Holt) [N] 33(3)51

Redrawn emblems, 17p Wales & N. Ireland (Alan Ltd) [N] 25(3)60

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SECTION 2: SUBJECT INDEX

A listing categorised by subject matter.

Air Letters

1963, 6d London pictorials (Whitworth) [S] 23(2)20

1964, 6d Shakespeare (Whitworth) [S] 23(2)21

— Shakespeare Festival, colours in reverse position (Huggins) [N] 21(4)56

1965, 6d Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 23(3)35

1966, 9d Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 23(4)58

1967, 9d Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 23(5)78

1968, 9d Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 24(2)22

1969, 9d Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 25(1)15

— 9d Investiture of The Prince of Wales (Whitworth) [M] 24(4)63

1970, 9d Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 25(2)40

1971, 5p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 25(5)93

1972, 5p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 26(1)5

1973, 5p Welsh (Whitworth) [S] 26(4)67

— 6p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 27(2)26, (Whitworth) [M] 27(3)50

— 6p Welsh (Whitworth) [S] 26(5)89

1974, 6p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 27(3)50

— 6p Scottish, Prince Charles (Whitworth) [S] 27(2)26

— 6p Welsh (Whitworth) [M] 27(3)50

1975, 6p Scottish (Whitworth) [M] 27(4)78

— 8½p Scottish, Edinburgh (Whitworth) [S] 27(4)80

— — Glasgow (Whitworth) [S] 27(4)79

— — Highlands & Islands (Whitworth) [S] 27(4)79

— 10½p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 27(4)80

1976, 10½p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 27(5)85

— 10½p Scottish, Castles (Whitworth) [S] 27(4)80

— — Folk (Whitworth) [S] 27(4)80

— 10½p Welsh, rugger etc. (Whitworth) [S] 27(5)85

1977, 10½p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 28(1)4

— 10½p Scottish (Whitworth) [M] 28(1)3

— 10½p Silver Jubilee (Whitworth) [M] 28(1)4

— Silver Jubilee (Whitworth) [M] 22(2)32

1978, 10½p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 29(1)8

— 10½p Scottish, regiments (Whitworth) [S] 28(3)73

1979, 10½p Scottish golf (Whitworth) [S] 29(2)35

— 12p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 29(2)37

— 12p Rowland Hill (Whitworth) [S] 29(2)36

— 12p Scottish, regiments (Whitworth) [S] 29(2)36

1980, 14p Scottish, antiquaries (Whitworth) [S] 29(3)47

— — regiments (Whitworth) [S] 29(3)47

— 14½p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 29(3)47

1981, 20p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 30(2)36

— 20p Royal Wedding (Whitworth) [M] 30(1)6

— 20p Scottish, flora and fauna (Whitworth) [S] 29(3)47

1982, 24p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 30(3)55

— 24p Scottish, Highland Dress (Whitworth) [S] 30(2)36

— — Naval (Whitworth) [S] 30(2)36

1983, 26p Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 33(4)65

— 26p Scottish, Boy's Brigade Centenary (Whitworth) [S] 30(4)69

— — Edinburgh Anniversaries (Whitworth) [S] 30(4)69

1984, 26p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 33(4)66

— 26p Scottish, Edinburgh Festival (Whitworth) [S] 33(4)66

— — aviation (Whitworth) [S] 33(4)66

1985, 26p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)96

— 26p Scottish, Andrew Carnegie (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)96

— — war blinded (Whitworth) [M] 33(4)67

1986, 26p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)97

— 26p Scottish, enlightenment (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)96

— — lighthouse (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)96

1987, 26p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)98

— 26p Scottish, J. M. Barrie (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)98

— — Mary Queen of Scots (Whitworth) [S] 33(5)98

1988, 26p Christmas (Whitworth) [S] 33(6)115

— 26p Scottish, bible (Whitworth) [N] 33(6)115

— — garden (Whitworth) [N] 33(6)115

1989, NVI Scottish, National Portrait Gallery (Whitworth) [N] 33(6)116

1996 Christmas (Whitworth) [M] 34(6)116

Plating, pictorial air letters from 1963 (Whitworth) [L] 23(2)19

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Airmails

Aerial Post 1911, First UK (based on a display to the GBPS on 19 September 1992) (Edwards) [S] 31(2)29

Etiquettes (Lockton) [M] 38(1)14, (Russell) [M] 39(5)84, (Mark) [S] 40(1)14

Jersey, airmail to, in 1936 (Mark) [S] 31(5)90

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Auction Sales

Cawardine Collection (Jackson) [M] 39(6)112

Durham Collection, QV Line-Engraved [N] 31(5)92

Folkard Collection, QV Line-Engraved (Phillips press release) [M] 36(6)112

— QV Line-Engraved, report of the sale (Jackson) [M] 37(1)10

M. and P. Holding, QV (Jackson) [S] 29(1)19

NPM, sale of surplus material (Huggins) [E] 22(1)1

Royal Philatelic Collection, 17 May 2001 sale of items from (Spink) [M] 39(3)56

Shaida Collection, KGV Seahorses (Claridge) [M] 31(1)12

Trevor Clarke Collection, KEVII (Powell) [M] 26(2)28

Wills Collection, QV (Harmers of London) [M] 28(1)12

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Book Reviews

'Herewith My Frank . . .', 2nd edn (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

'The Bookmark' Catalogue of British Decimal Stamp Books, 7th edn. Comp. and ed. Fasching (Jackson) [R] 37(5)84

40 Years of Machins - A Timeline. Myall (Jackson) [R] 45(4)90

1840 Prepaid Parliamentary Envelopes. Huggins & Klempka (Toomey) [R] 52(2)48

1958/86 British Special Stamps. Kennedy (Sherman) [R] 33(2)36

A Timeless Classic: The Evolution of Machin's Icon. Muir (Jackson) [R] 45(4)84

Admiralty Mediterranean Steam Packets 1830-1857. (Jackson) [R] 40(5)95

Artwork, Gentleman (Dagnall) [R] 41(5)101

British Censorship of Civil Mails during World War I 1914-19. Mark (Moorcroft) [R] 39(1)20

British County Catalogue of Postal History, Vol. 3, London. Willcocks & Jay (Huggins) [R] 21(6)73

— Vol. 4. Willcocks & Jay (Dagnall) [R] 26(3)42

— Vol. 5. Willcocks & Jay (Jackson) [R] 28(4)88

British Empire Exhibition Stamps of 1924-1925. Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 37(4)69

British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels, (suppl.). Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 34(2)31

— 1994. Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 33(3)49

British Letter Mail to Overseas Destinations 1840-1875. Moubray (Gilbert) [R] 31(4)80

British Line-Engraved Stamps: Repaired Impressions. Wiggins (Dagnall) [R] 21(3)40

British Occupation of Former Italian Colonies, Study Paper 1, cancellations. Tregurtha (Gilbert) [R] 26(4)64

British Postal Guide. Facsimile reprint of 1857 edn. Pub. Postings Publishing (Sherman) [R] 33(1)16

British Postal Reforms of 1839 to 1840, Grimwood-Taylor (Dagnall) [R] 28(4)89

British Presentation Packs, 2014 (Toomey) [R] 52(4)96, (Toomey) [R] 52(5)120

British Stamp Design 1993. Negus (Sherman) [R] 33(2)36

British Stamp Exhibitions, 2nd edn (on CD). Morgan & Wilson (Jackson) [R] 46(1)3

British Stamp Printers. Morgan (Jackson) [R] 44(3)49

British Stamps. Mackay (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

British Victorian Stamps. Mackay (Jackson) [R] 35(3)60

Brunswick Star Cancels. Arundel (Sherman) [R] 33(1)16

Cancellations of the 1841 Penny Red. Danzig and Goldsmith (Jackson) [R] 29(4)71

Catalogue of Perfins 1924-1925 British Empire Exhibition Stamps. Ed. Nelson (Sherman) [R] 32(2)35

Catalogue of the Crawford Library of Philatelic Literature at the British Library. (The British Library) [R] 29(4)72

Catalogue of the Revenue Stamps of the United Kingdom, Booth (Dagnall) [R] 29(1)10

Charge Marks of the 4d Post 1839-1840. Chadwick (Jackson) [R] 28(5)103

Collect British Postal Stationery. Huggins & Baker (Stevenson) [E] 46(2)45

Collect British Postmarks, 5th edn (Gilbert) [R] 28(3)75

— 8th edn (Jackson) [R] 50(6)127

— 9th edn, 2013 (Jackson) [R] 52(3)69

Collect British Stamps, 59th edn, 2008 (Jackson) [R] 46(2)48

Collecting British Squared Circle Postmarks, 1987. Cohen (Jackson) [R] 26(3)41

— Supplement No. 2. Cohen (Jackson) [R] 31(5)87

— Supplement No. 4. Cohen (Jackson) [R] 38(2)40

Collecting and Displaying Revenue Stamps. Akerman (Dagnall) [R] 33(3)50

Collector's Guide to the Care and Repair of Books and Documents. Moss (Jackson) [R] 29(5)98

Complete Deegam Machin Handbook, 1st Edn. Myall (Walker) [R] 31(4)80

— Supplement 1995. Myall (Sherman) [R] 33(3)49

Connoisseur Catalogue of Machin Stamps, 7th edn, 1986 (Dagnall) [R] 25(1)1

— 8th edn (Jackson) [R] 28(1)19

— 1991 Supplement. Ed. Negus (Dagnall) [R] 29(3)42

Creating a Good Impression (300 years of The Stamp Office). Dagnall (Sherman) [R] 32(4)76

Cross Post. ed. Parsons (Dagnall) [R] 23(6)92

De La Rue Years 1878-1910, Vol. 1. Wiseman (Huggins) [R] 23(1)1

De La Rue's QV Revenue Heads. Mansfield (Dagnall) [R] 38(5)97

Deegam Catalogue of Elizabethan Coil Leaders, 4th edn., 1994. Myall (Sherman) [R] 33(2)36

— 1987. Myall (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

Deegam Catalogue of Machin Se-tenant Pairs. Myall (Sherman) [R] 33(3)50

Die 4-Handstempel der Experimental Fourpenny Rate (Jackson) [R] 40(5)96

— Zietlow (Jackson) [R] 41(5)101

Die Proofs of Waterlow & Sons. Fraser & Lowe (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

Discovering Seahorses, Kearsley (Wilkinson) [R] 43(6)138

Do You Know Your British Stamps? Goodwin (Gilbert) [R] 32(1)15

Dotted Circle Cancellations. Arundel (Sherman) [R] 36(1)19

Downey Head Halfpenny - Plating Reference. Jackson [R] 36(6)105

Early Days of the Postal Service. Gammons (Alexander) [R] 25(3)51

Engine Turning 1680-1980, the Tools and Technique. Matthews (Dagnall) [R] 23(1)2

Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars 1840-1864. Statham (Folkard) [R] 34(2)29

Evolution of British Stamped Postcards and Letter Cards -- Their History and Documentation. Dagnall (Lockton) [R] 23(6)92

Ex Luce Lucellum. Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 31(5)86

Examination of the Ink & Paper of the Commonwealth of Australia Postage Stamp King George V 1d Red. Hosking (Dagnall) [R] 36(6)104

Fakes Forgeries Experts. Ed. Vollmeier (Jackson) [R] 37(2)40

For the Benefit of Trade and Commerce: A Monograph on the Postal Treatment of Prices Current. Dagnall (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

For the Port and Carriage of Letters, Robinson (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

GB Postal Stationery, Price List of Registered Envelopes and Newswrappers. Whitworth (Jackson) [R] 37(2)40

GB, The Line-Engraved issues of the Victorian Era. Reck (Fisher) [R] 21(3)40

General and Special Regulations & Guidelines for the Evaluation of Exhibits at FIP Exhibitions. BPT (BPT Press Release) [R] 37(2)40

George V & The GPO - Stamps, Conflict and Creativity (Muir) (Wilkinson) [R] 48(3)60

Give Us Back Our Eleven Days. Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 30(1)9

Great Britain Railway Letter Stamps: A Handbook and Catalogue 1957-1985, 5th edn. Comp. Potter, ed. Johnson (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

Great Britain Rarities. Pub. Michael Chipperfield (Jackson) [R] 33(5)93

Great Britain Road Tax Discs 1921-2000. Champion, Hitchings & Bruce (Dagnall) [R] 39(4)79

Great Britain and Commonwealth Catalogue of Great hsitirB Errors, 3rd edn, 1988. Pub. B. Alan Ltd (Dagnall) [R] 26(3)41

— 1987. B. Alan Ltd (Dagnall) [R] 25(3)52

Great Britain, Government Parcels Stamps and their Usage, 1883-1904. Wiseman (Jackson) [R] 34(2)31

Great Britain: The GB Foreign Rate Postcards 1875-1899, O'Keeffe (Dagnall) [R] 43(2)34

Guide to Post Office Archives. comp. Farrugia (Jackson) [R] 26(2)40

Guide to the History and Values of British Postal Orders 1881-1984. Lunn (Sherman) [R] 32(2)35

Harry Dagnall: A Bibliography. Crane (Jackson) [R] 44(6)137

Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878. Heath (Dagnall) [R] 32(2)35

Higlett Bijou Bibliography. Fryer (Sherman) [R] 36(1)20

History of Envelopes. Benjamin (Dagnall) [R] 35(5)94

History of the Post in Derby 1635-1941, Wilson (Dagnall) [R] 29(1)9

History of the Ship Letters of the British Isles. Robertson (Sherman) [R] 33(3)49

Index to Cinderella Philatelist 1961-1985 & Private Post 1977-1985. Comp. Crane (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

Inland Posts 1392-1672. A Calendar of Historical Documents. Ed. Stone (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

International Postage rates 1890s-1957 (Furfie) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)23

Introducing Postal History, Sussex (Dagnall) [R] 29(1)10

Introduction & Guide to the TPOs of GB, 2nd edn. Goodbody (Huggins) [R] 21(4)45

Introduction to the Stamps of Great Britain, Alderfer & Rosenblum (Dagnall) [R] 43(3)57

Irish Spoon Cancellations. Arundel (Sherman) [R] 36(1)19

James Heath - Engraver to Kings & Tutor to Many. Smith (Dagnall) [R] 28(1)18

Judicial Stamps of Great Britain & Pre-1922 Ireland. Ed. Akerman & Booth (Dagnall) [R] 35(5)93

Letter Receivers of London 1652 to 1857. Feldman (Dagnall) [R] 37(4)70

Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Jackson) [R] 31(5)86

London Fancy Geometric Postmarks. Cohen (Huggins) [R] 23(1)2

Mails Under London. Stanway (Dagnall) [R] 38(5)98

Map of Postroads of England and Wales. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Soc. (Jackson) [R] 35(2)37

Marking of Textiles for Excise & Customs Duty. Dagnall (Knight) [R] 34(4)78

Morocco Agencies: the Overprinted Edward VII issues of GB 1907-1913. Gellatly & Wlodarczyk (Jackson) [R] 31(2)28

NPM Review, 1992. Ed. Muir (Jackson) [R] 31(3)54

— 1994. Ed. Muir (Jackson) [R] 33(5)93

— 1996. Ed. Muir (Dagnall) [R] 35(5)92

— 1997/98. Ed. Muir (Jackson) [R] 37(1)20

NPM The Philatelic Year, 1989, Ed Muir (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

— 1990. Ed. Muir (Jackson) [R] 29(2)31

— 1991. Ed. Muir (Jackson) [R] 30(3)53

Nauru 1915-1923: A Study of the Adhesives of Great Britain overprinted for use in Nauru, Buckingham (Jackson) [R] 43(4)90

Notes on Victorian Embossed Postal Stationery. Dagnall (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

Penny Red Stars, Part 2 - KA to TL. Tonna, ed. Madden (Goodman) [R] 35(1)17

Perfin Society Illustrated Handlist of GB Perfins - Hospital Dies. Comp. Hamill, Parkhill, Steere, Gault (Sherman) [R] 32(2)35

Philatelic Literature Sales offered by HH Sales Limited 1987-2007 (Akerman) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)24

Philatelic Terms Illustrated, Mackay (Jackson) [R] 42(2)33

Pilfering, Protection and Perfins - an Aspect of the Line-Engraved Twopence. Beer and Harp (Sherman) [R] 37(1)19

Post Office Notices 1666-1800. Haslam and Moreton (Jackson) [R] 28(1)18

Postage Due Mail Study Group Journal: Cumulative Index to Issues 1-36 (1997-2005) (Jackson) [R] 45(3)65

Postal Markings of England, London and Wales 1661-1900. Sanford (Jackson) [R] 24(4)62

Postal Reform and the Penny Black, Muir (Jackson) [R] 28(5)104

Postal Stationery Wrappers. Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 31(5)86

Postal Stationery of Great Britain. Brightmore (Lockton) [R] 23(6)92

Postal Usage of the decimal Machin series 1971-1996 (two vols). Nicholson (Sherman) [R] 36(1)20

Postal Usage of the pre-decimal Machin series 1969-1971. Nicholson (Sherman) [R] 36(1)20

Posts of Sevenoaks in Kent. Donald (Jones) [R] 30(3)54, (Dagnall) [C] 31(2)28

Queen Elizabeth II Waterlow Castle High Values 1955-1958, Bater and Spens (Harman) [R] 28(4)89

Queen Victoria 1887 Jubilee Year 2003 Price List, Harris (Jackson) [R] 41(1)7

Railway Sub Offices of GB. Goodbody (Huggins) [R] 21(4)45

Ralph Allen of Bath, Postal Pioneer (Bath Postal Museum) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)24

Rates to Reform: A Guide to the High Postage Rates in Great Britain and their Reform 1812-1840 (Dagnall) [R] 48(1)9

Robertson Revisited. Tabeart (Sherman) [R] 37(1)18

Royal Cypher Labels 1701-1922, Bortfeldt (Dagnall) [R] 43(2)35

Royal Cypher Labels of Great Britain, Ireland & the Colonies (1701-1922). Barber & Brown (Dagnall) [R] 27(2)37

Royal Household Mail. Morgan (Jackson) [R] 30(3)53

Royal Mail in Leicestershire. Soer (Jackson) [R] 36(3)60

Royal Mail: The Post Office since 1840. Daunton (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

Royal Reform. Goodwyn (Dagnall) [R] 38(6)116

SG Channel Islands Postal History Catalogue, 1st edn, 1991 (Jackson) [R] 30(1)8

SG Collect British Stamps, 33rd edn, 1983 (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

— 34th edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(4)63

— 35th edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 23(1)2

— 37th edn, 1985 (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

— 38th edn, 1986 (Jackson) [R] 25(1)19

— 39th edn, 1987 (Jackson) [R] 26(2)40

— 40th edn, 1988 (Dagnall) [R] 27(2)37

— 41st edn, 1989 (Jackson) [R] 28(1)18

— 42nd edn, 1990 (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

— 44th edn, 1992 (Jackson) [R] 31(2)28

— 45th edn, 1993 (Jackson) [R] 32(1)15

— 46th edn, 1994 (Jackson) [R] 33(1)16

— 47th edn, 1995 (Jackson) [R] 34(1)17

— 48th edn, 1997 (Jackson) [R] 35(1)18

— 49th edn, 1997 (Jackson) [R] 36(1)19

— 50th edn, 1998 (Jackson) [R] 37(1)20

— 51st edn, 2000 (Jackson) [R] 38(1)17

— 52nd edn, 2001 (Jackson) [R] 39(2)34

— 53rd edn, 2002 (Jackson) [R] 40(1)12

— 54th edn, 2003 (Jackson) [R] 41(1)7

— 61st edn, 2010 (Jackson) [R] 48(1)11

— 62nd edn, 2011 (Jackson) [R] 49(3)69

SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 1st edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

— 2nd edn, 1985 (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

— 4th edn, 1987 (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

— 5th edn, 1988 (Dagnall) [R] 27(2)37

— 6th edn, 1989 (Jackson) [R] 28(1)19

— 7th edn, 1990 (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

— 8th edn, 1992 (Jackson) [R] 30(2)30

— 9th edn, 1993 (Jackson) [R] 31(2)28

— 10th edn, 1994 (Jackson) [R] 32(2)35

— 11th edn, 1995 (Jackson) [R] 33(3)49

— 12th edn, 1996 (Jackson) [R] 34(2)31

— 13th edn, 1997 (Jackson) [R] 35(1)18

— 14th edn, 1998 (Jackson) [R] 36(3)60

— 15th edn, 1999 (Jackson) [R] 37(2)40

— 16th edn, 2000 (Jackson) [R] 38(2)40

— 17th edn, 2001 (Jackson) [R] 39(4)80

— 18th edn, 2002 (Jackson) [R] 40(3)47

— 19th edn (Jackson) [R] 41(4)78

— 20th edn (Jackson) [R] 42(5)116

— 21st edn, 2005 (Jackson) [R] 43(3)58

— 22nd edn, 2006 (Jackson) [R] 44(3)50

— 23rd edn (Jackson) [R] 45(3)65

— 24th edn, 2008 (Jackson) [R] 46(5)101

— 25th edn, 2009 (Jackson) [R] 47(3)62

— 26th edn, 2010 (Jackson) [R] 48(6)143

— 29th edn, 2014 (Jackson) [R] 52(3)69

SG Concise Catalogue 28th edn, 2013 (Jackson) [R] 51(5)104

SG Concise Catalogue, 2nd edn, 1987 (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

— 3rd edn, 1988 (Jackson) [R] 26(4)64

— 4th edn, 1989 (Jackson) [R] 27(5)96

— 5th edn, 1990 (Jackson) [R] 28(4)89

— 6th edn, 1991 (Jackson) [R] 29(3)42

— 7th edn, 1992 (Jackson) [R] 30(3)54

— 8th edn, 1993 (Jackson) [R] 31(3)54

— 9th edn, 1994 (Jackson) [R] 32(4)76

— 10th edn, 1995 (Jackson) [R] 33(5)93

— 11th edn, 1996 (Knight) [R] 34(4)78

— 12th edn, 1997 (Jackson) [R] 35(2)37

— 13th edn, 1998 (Jackson) [R] 36(4)78

— 14th edn, 1999 (Jackson) [R] 37(4)72

— 15th edn, 2000 (Jackson) [R] 38(4)80

— 16th edn, 2001 (Jackson) [R] 39(4)80

— 17th edn, 2002 (Jackson) [R] 40(4)66

— 18th edn, 2003 (Jackson) [R] 41(5)102

— 20th edn, 2005 (Jackson) [R] 43(4)90

— 21st edn, 2006 (Jackson) [R] 44(4)84

— 22nd edn, 2007 (Jackson) [R] 45(4)89

— 23rd edn, 2008 (Jackson) [R] 46(4)95

— 24th edn, 2009 (Jackson) [R] 47(3)62

— 25th edn, 2010 (Jackson) [R] 48(6)142

— 26th edn, 2011 (Jackson) [R] 49(5)120

— 29th edn, 2014 (Jackson) [R] 52(6)141

SG Elizabethan Catalogue, 20th edn, 1984 (Alexander) [R] 22(3)48

SG Great Britain Numbers Issued 1840 to 1910, 3rd edn (Jackson) [R] 46(4)95

— Hyde (Jackson) [R] 28(5)103

SG Part 1, 86th edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

— 87th edn, 1985 (Huggins) [R] 22(4)63

— 89th edn, 1987 (Jackson) [R] 24(4)49

— 113th edn, 2011 (Jackson) [R] 48(6)143

— 114th edn, 2012 (Jackson) [R] 49(6)142

— 115th edn, 2013 (Jackson) [R] 51(4)90

— 116th edn, 2014 (Jackson) [R] 52(3)68

SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 7th edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

— — 8th edn, 1985 (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

— — 9th edn, 1989 (Jackson) [R] 27(3)41

— — 10th edn, 1992 (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

— — 11th edn, 1997 (Jackson) [R] 35(5)92

— — 12th edn, 2001 (Bird) [R] 39(5)98

— — 13th edn, 2004 (Treacey) [R] 42(6)131

— — 16th edn, 2011 (Williams & Hughes) [R] 51(1)7, (Simpson & Galland) [R] 51(1)10

— Vol. 2, 6th edn, 1984 (Alexander) [R] 22(3)48

— — 7th edn, 1986 (Jackson) [R] 25(1)1

— — 8th edn, 1989 (Jackson) [R] 28(1)19

— — 9th edn, 1993 (Jackson) [R] 31(2)27

— — 10th edn, 1996 (Jackson) [R] 34(3)60

— — 11th edn, 1999 (Jackson) [R] 38(1)16

— — 12th edn, 2005 (McBride) [R] 43(6)139

— — 13th edn, 2009 (Jackson) [R] 48(1)10

— Vol. 3, 6th edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(4)64

— — 7th edn, 1987 (Jackson) [R] 26(2)40

— — 8th edn, 1990 (Jackson) [R] 28(5)103

— — 9th edn, 1993 (Jackson) [R] 32(1)15

— — 10th edn (Jackson) [R] 37(1)20

— — 11th edn, 2006 (Jackson) [R] 44(3)50

— — 12th edn, 2011 (Jackson) [R] 49(3)69

— Vol. 4, 4th edn, 1985 (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

— — 5th edn, 1988 (Jackson) [R] 26(3)42

— — — 1988, critical review (Machin specialists) [M] 26(4)62, (Finch) [S] 27(3)59

— — — — reply to critical review (Aggersberg) [M] 27(1)8

— — 6th edn, 1991 (Jackson) [R] 29(4)72

— — 7th edn, 1994 (Jackson) [R] 32(4)76

— — 8th edn, 1996 (Jackson) [R] 35(1)18

— — 9th edn, 2000 (Jackson) [R] 38(4)79

— — 10th edn, 2008 (Jackson) [R] 46(4)94

— Vol. 5, 1st edn, 1988 (Dagnall) [R] 27(1)14

— — 2nd edn, 1991 (Jackson) [R] 30(1)8

— — 3rd edn, 2nd suppl., 2002 (Jackson) [R] 40(3)47

— — — 1998 (Jackson) [R] 36(3)60

— — 3rd edn., 1st suppl., 2000 (Jackson) [R] 38(3)59

SG Sterling Stamp & Stationery Album. (Jackson) [R] 33(2)36

Scarce Victorian Postage Stamps of Great Britain on Cover, Brauers (Davis) [R] 42(2)30

Scots Local Cancellations Illustrated, 1854-1860. Alcock (Jackson) [R] 23(3)33

Sherborne -- A Postal History. Andrews (Gilbert) [R] 26(2)39

Specialised Machin Catalogue, 2nd edn. Pub. Alan Wilson (Jackson) [R] 32(1)15

— pub. Alan Wilson Ltd, 1989 (Harman) [R] 28(1)19

Spoon Cancels 1853-1870. Spoon Study Group (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

Squared Circle Pmks of the London Suburban Offices. Cohen (Dagnall) [R] 21(4)45

Stamp Perforation: The Somerset House Years 1848 to 1880. Simpson & Sargent (Dagnall) [R] 45(4)88

Stamps and Postmarks Illustrating the History of NATO. SHAPE Stamp Club (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

Stamps. Schooley-West (Jackson) [R] 26(2)40

Stoneham Catalogue of British Stamps, 7th edn, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 23(1)2

— 8th edn (Forbes-Nixon) [R] 23(6)92

— 12th edn, 1998 (Jackson) [R] 36(6)104

Taxation of Paper in Great Britain 1643-1861. Dagnall (Hills) [R] 36(4)78

Taxation of the Printed Word. Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 37(4)69

Taxation on Playing-Cards in England from 1711 to 1960. Berry (Dagnall) [R] 39(3)44

The British County Catalogue of Postal History Midlands Edition. Calladine (Jackson) [R] 51(5)105

The Complete Deegam Machin Handbook, 3rd edn, Myall (Barnes) [R] 41(6)110

The De La Rue Years. (Report on award given) [R] 30(1)9

The Directory: International Stamp Traders' Directory and Handbook (Jackson) [R] 48(4)104

The Dublin Find. Madden & Louis (Dagnall) [R] 45(1)17

The Englishman who Posted Himself and Other Curious Objects (Tingey) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)23

The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars 1840-1864, Vols 1 & 2, 1995. Statham (Sherman) [R] 34(1)17

— Vol. 3. Statham (Sherman) [R] 35(5)92

— Vols 5-8. Statham (Bird) [R] 38(1)16

— Vols 9-10. Statham (Bird) [R] 38(3)59

The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars 1840-1864, Vols 11 & 12. Statham (Bird) [R] 39(4)80

The First Elizabeth II Castle High Value Definitives (Jackson) [R] 43(3)58

The Fitzpatrick-Thomas Letter of 1840. Ferguson (Jackson) [R] 51(5)104

The King Edward VII 2003 Price List, Harris (Jackson) [R] 41(1)6

The King's Obsession - A King and his Stamps. Shamash (Jackson) [R] 51(6)141

The Life and Work of Charles Whiting and the Beaufort House Press. Salmon (Dagnall) [R] 45(2)48

The Line-Engraved Halfpenny, Messenger (Harding) [R] 43(2)31

The Lion Roars at Wembley. Knight and Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 22(3)48

The Midland Counties Mileage Marks and Mail Routes to London 1784-1840 (Jackson) [R] 43(6)121

The Penny Lilac, Part 2. Lee (Jackson) [R] 30(1)8

The Philatelic Filmography. Summers (Jackson) [R] 45(4)85

The Post Office and the Colleges, West (Harding) [R] 43(2)33

The Postal History of the City of York, Rossall (Jackson) [R] 42(2)34

The Pre-Decimal Regional Stamps. Robinson (Jackson) [R] 46(5)101

The Private Post, 1986 to 1989. (Jackson) [R] 27(5)96

— New Series No. 6, 1983 (Huggins) [R] 21(1)5

— New Series No. 7, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

The Queen's Stamps, Courtney (Dagnall) [R] 43(2)31

The Rubber Datestamps of Cumbria, Mapleton (Jackson) [R] 42(2)33

The Stamp King (Beauregard & de Gorsse) (Jackson) [R] 48(6)143

The Stoneham Catalogue of British Stamps 1840-2005. Philpott (Jackson) [R] 45(1)18

The Taxes on Knowledge. Dagnall (Kirk) [R] 30(3)54

The Telegraph Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain, Langmead & Huggins (Graham) [R] 42(5)116

The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in British Post Offices. Moy (Jackson) [R] 38(1)17

The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in English Provincial Offices. Moy (Jackson) [R] 30(1)9

The £5 Orange. Horsey (Jackson) [R] 51(6)140

Travelling Post Offices & Bag Tenders of GB & Ireland 1839 to 1959. Harvey (Dagnall) [R] 39(4)78

UK Machine Marks, 2nd edn. Peach (Dagnall) [R] 21(4)45

UK Taxe Marks for International Mail 1875-2000. Snelson (Jackson) [R] 46(1)3

Undated Circular Marks of Somerset and Dorset. Ed. Millener and Savage (Jackson) [R] 30(2)30

Undated Circular Marks of the Midland Counties, 1986 rev. edn. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

— Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Jackson) [R] 24(4)49

Undated Straight Line and Numbered Receiving House Marks of the Midland Counties. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Dagnall) [R] 27(3)41

Under the Gum - Background to British Stamps 1840-1940. Mackay (Sherman) [R] 37(1)19

Uniform Fourpenny Post in Ireland. Kane (Jackson) [R] 29(2)31

United Kingdom Letter Rates - Inland and Overseas - 1635 to 1900, Tabeart (Mark) [R] 42(2)32

Variety Club News (Jackson) [R] 32(2)35, (Jackson) [R] 32(4)76, (Jackson) [R] 33(3)50, (Jackson) [R] 34(4)78, (Jackson) [R] 35(1)18, (Jackson) [R] 37(5)84

Waterlow Procedures - KGVI 'Arms' to 'Festival' High Values - Design to Press. Bater (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

Year 2000 Price List. Harris (Jackson) [R] 38(4)79

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Booklets and Booklet Stamps

Advertisements, coloured (Musry & Ramsay) [L] 51(3)49

— on front covers (Alexander) [M] 35(3)41

Advertising, local editions (Alexander) [M] 24(3)45

Air Mail panes (Musry & Ramsay) [L] 52(4)82

Beatrix Potter (Latto) [S] 32(1)16

Book review, 'The Bookmark' Catalogue of British Decimal Stamp Books. Comp. and ed. Fasching (Jackson) [R] 37(5)84

CANCELLED overprints, on Wildings (Lawrence) [S] 25(2)29

Chalk-surfaced paper trials, 1905 (Powell) [M] 25(2)38

Cover design, Mow Cop Castle (Alexander) [M] 34(1)13

De La Rue booklets 1904-1910 (Wellsted) [L] 22(5)66

Display, 18 Feb. 1989, Booklets by Pete West (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)45

— 16 Mar. 1991, Booklet Issues of KGV to QEII by Ian Harvey (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

Experimental packs, Scottish (Nicolson) [L] 42(4)80, (Alexander) [M] 44(2)39

Ford's blotting paper (Ramsay) [L] 52(1)1

Graphite line booklets (Loveland) [M] 25(3)44

Green phosphor (Loveland) [M] 25(4)75

— booklets (Loveland) [M] 25(4)75

KEVII, 1d, raised cliches (Powell) [S] 24(1)7

— — voucher pane (Sprei) [N] 22(1)15

KEVIII, booklets (Clark) [L] 42(5)101, (Clark) [C] 44(4)87

— panes of two (Sanders) [S] 31(4)65, (Harvey) [M] 31(5)91

KGV, 1½d, deepened die (Wilkinson) [S] 37(5)93

— Block Cypher, ½d, watermark sideways-inverted (Bellew) [N] 37(2)38

— — 1d, watermark sideways (Jackson) [N] 30(2)32

— Booklet BB9 stapled & stitched (Musry) [S] 43(1)8

— PUC, 2s stapled (Billinghurst) [N] 28(5)101

— Photogravure, Booklet BB17, advert. panes (Clark) [M] 41(4)61

— — advert. panes (Harvey) [M] 35(5)95, (Harvey) [C] 36(1)17

— — booklet panes (Harvey) [S] 35(2)38, (Harvey) [N] 35(3)59

— Royal Cypher, ½d New Moon flaw (Clark) [L] 42(2)25

— Silver Jubilee, 1d panes (Russell) [M] 52(3)70

— — error of make-up (Ramsay) [M] 51(3)55

— — interleaf numbers (Ramsay) [L] 51(1)1

KGVI, 1d, Cyl. F dot 9 (Moran) [N] 29(3)43, (Rundo) [N] 29(4)76, (Sprei) [N] 29(4)76

— 2d, miscut pane (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— 2s 6d, 1954 booklet with 'shorthand' label pane (Musry) [S] 41(1)19

— — miscut (Holt) [N] 27(5)98

— 5s, overprinted CANCELLED (Barrell) [S] 41(1)19

— Booklet BD13 in red (Musry) [S] 43(1)9

— Booklet BD14 in blue (Musry) [S] 43(1)9

— advert. panes (Worsfold) [M] 45(6)125

— cylinder numbers (West & Harvey) [S] 30(1)19, (Jackson) [C] 30(2)31

— miscut panes (Holt) [N] 27(5)98

— panes of four (Homer-Wooff) [L] 51(5)100, (Jackson) [C] 51(6)138

— panes of two (Lawrence) [S] 22(1)8

Panes of two, KGVI & QEII (West & Harvey) [M] 30(5)92

— KGVI and QEII (Lawrence) [M] 21(1)14, (Harvey) [C] 32(2)39

Perforation (Lawrence) [M] 24(5)70

— Type B3 and B4a (Lawrence) [M] 24(5)70

Phosphor bands, application of (Harvey & Stafford) [L] 41(5)89

Post Office Training School, overprinted CANCELLED (Barnes) [N] 25(3)60

Pricing, more or less than face value (Latto) [M] 32(1)16

Proof, striking book, 1903 (Lajer) [N] 35(1)20

Proofs for covers, pre-decimal Machins (Harvey) [L] 33(6)101, (Harvey) [C] 34(2)37

QEII, 1992 £6 Wales Prestige multivalue pane, missing phosphor (Holt) [N] 30(3)59

— Booklet SG Spec. F14a (Musry) [S] 43(1)10

— First Archaeology 50p, miscut (Holt) [N] 30(3)59

— Machin 50p folded booklet (Bainbridge) [M] 29(5)92

— Machin miscut pane (Daniels) [N] 31(5)96

— varieties (Cooter) [S] 33(1)12

Revenue stamps (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)9

Series 3 (Harvey) [S] 32(4)80

Trials, early (Lawrence) [M] 26(3)56

Varieties on (West) [M] 26(2)32

Watermark orientation, on Downey Head panes (Jackson) [S] 27(3)60

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Cinderellas

1940 Centenary Exhibition, miniature sheet (Lyon) [M] 38(2)38, (Mark) [S] 38(3)47

Book review, British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels, (suppl.). Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 34(2)31

— — 1994. Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 33(3)49

— Guide to the History and Values of British Postal Orders 1881-1984. Lunn (Sherman) [R] 32(2)35

— Index to Cinderella Philatelist 1961-1985 & Private Post 1977-1985. Comp. Crane (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

— Royal Cypher Labels of Great Britain, Ireland & the Colonies (1701-1922). Barber & Brown (Dagnall) [R] 27(2)37

— The Private Post, New Series No. 6, 1983 (Huggins) [R] 21(1)5

Book review: The Post Office and the Colleges, West (Harding) [R] 43(2)33

Charles Dickens testimonial label (Brooks) [L] 29(3)52, (Brooks) [S] 34(2)39

College stamps, Merton College, Oxford, on cover (West) [M] 40(5)87

— on cover (Warren) [M] 39(6)116

Display, 17 Nov. 1990, Cinderella and Revenue Stamps by Chris Tennant (Kirk) [S] 29(1)14

Facsimile stamp on junk mail (Dagnall) [S] 42(5)93

Lundy, philatelic archives to British Library (The British Library) [S] 30(1)17

National Insurance stamp, essay (Candlish) [N] 27(2)26

Shakespeare stamp (Holt) [N] 29(3)59, (Harman) [L] 34(4)71

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College Stamps

Cambridge colleges and the Post Office (West) [M] 50(5)114

Clare College Cambridge, proposed postal envelope (West) [M] 38(3)48

Covers, statistical summary (West) [L] 42(4)69

Jesus College Cambridge, postal envelope (West) [L] 38(2)21

Labels used in Oxford in the 1950s (Tucker) [S] 49(6)140

Magdalen College cover, 1970s (Talbot) [M] 48(4)88

Magdalen College, self-adhesive label (Sigee) [M] 49(4)95

On cover in the Royal Philatelic Collection (West) [L] 39(2)36

Oxford College stamps in the 1970s (Gee) [M] 51(3)68

Post Office and the Colleges, addenda & corrigenda (West) [C] 46(6)137

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Colour Trials

1881 trials (Young) [S] 22(1)4, (Young) [M] 28(3)74

1881, earliest inks for 1d lilac (Young) [L] 45(4)75, (Young) [L] 48(2)25

1883 trials (Young) [S] 22(1)5

1883-84 Lilac & Green, without corner letters (Ffooks) [L] 33(2)21, (Wiseman) [S] 33(3)52, (Ffooks) [M] 33(4)69

1884 2d (Phillips) [S] 29(3)46

1884 trials (Young) [S] 22(1)4, (Young) [L] 23(4)52, (Young) [L] 24(5)74

1888 coloured paper trials (Young) [L] 24(5)74

1892 4½d trials (Young) [S] 25(2)26

1899-1900 trials (Young) [M] 25(2)26

Chalk-surfaced paper, 1905 (Powell) [S] 22(1)13, (Powell) [M] 25(2)38

Coloured Paper Scheme, 1884 (Young) [S] 22(1)7

De La Rue (Young) [L] 21(6)74

KEVII & KGV 2½d (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

KGV turquoise on yellow (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

KGV, 1913 2s 6d Seahorse (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— 1913 3d colour essay, control block of 6 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— Huber inks (Wilkinson) [N] 33(4)73

— PUC £1 (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

Machin, Cambridge University, 1969 (Walker) [L] 48(3)63, (Walker) [L] 48(4)92, (Walker) [L] 48(5)123

Penny Lilac (Young) [S] 22(1)5

QV Line-Engraved colours and the 'Penny Blue' (Gibbons-Partridge) [M] 32(4)78

Rainbow Trials, wax not used (Hollins) [L] 43(4)73

Rainbow trials, (Durham Collection) [N] 31(5)92

— end of State 2, beginning of State 3 (Rowse) [M] 30(5)89

Thorpe, Dr Thomas Edward, chemist at Somerset House (Dagnall) [M] 34(5)91

Underprint advt, 1889 colour trial (Young) [S] 25(2)28

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Computers & Philately

Book review, Chronolist (NPM) (Jackson) [R] 32(3)60

— Stamp Master GB, a database system. Pub. Philatelic Software (Jackson) [R] 32(3)60

Chronolist (NPM) (Muir) [M] 32(4)65

Computers, using to write up a collection (Jackson) [L] 29(5)88

Plating, using Fisher-Brown plating gauge with computer (Abela & Jackson) [L] 40(2)26, (McCulloch) [M] 40(3)53

Stamp Master GB, explanatory notes (Muir) [M] 32(4)65

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Departmental Officials

'POSTAGE FREE' on OHMS envelopes (Wiseman) [M] 24(2)26, (Dagnall) [N] 24(4)63

Admiralty Official, variation in overprint (Taylor) [N] 25(4)80

Army Official, KEVII 1d plate flaws (Wlodarczyk) [L] 33(2)25

— dates of issue (Wiseman) [S] 25(4)76

— postmarks on (Taylor) [M] 26(1)6

Board of Education, 1s, Shades (Wiseman) [S] 39(2)30

Board of Trade perfins (Jackson) [M] 49(5)116

— late use of KEVII 1d (Wraith) [M] 50(2)40

Book review, Great Britain, Government Parcels Stamps and their Usage, 1883-1904. Wiseman (Jackson) [R] 34(2)31

Certifying, analysis of opinions given (Astley) [M] 43(3)61

Forged (Harman) [N] 31(4)64

GOVT. PARCELS, 1s, inverted overprint (Astley) [M] 43(3)64, (Louis) [L] 43(4)80

Govt Parcels, 9d, late date (Dougherty) [S] 29(2)30

— 1883 essays (Astley) [M] 22(2)30

IR Official, 1885 ½d & 1d (Wiseman) [S] 34(6)112

— KEVII 6d (Jackson) [S] 39(2)21

— KEVII 6d, auctioned (Jackson) [M] 38(3)42

— QV Jubilee 6d, flaws in overprint (Astley) [M] 48(1)12

— overprint (Wiseman) [M] 28(4)79

NPM, list of material returned to (NPM Press Release) [L] 36(3)44

Office of Works, issue dates (Mollett) [L] 37(4)61

Parcel Post, small labels of PO Stores Dept (Wiseman) [L] 36(2)21

Quantities issued (Wiseman) [S] 25(3)51

— Office of Works & Board of Education (Taylor) [M] 25(2)24

Rubber stamp overprints on KEVII stamps (Pusterla) [N] 31(3)54

Size of issue sheets (Wiseman) [M] 32(3)56

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Editorial

30 years as editor (Jackson) [N] 49(1)24

By new Hon. Sec. (Kenton) [E] 29(3)42

By new President (Gilbert) [E] 30(3)41

Dagnall, Harry, tribute to (Jackson) [E] 27(4)61

Editorial (Huggins) [E] 22(2)17, (Huggins) [E] 22(3)33, (Huggins) [E] 22(5)65, (Jackson) [E] 23(2)17, (Jackson) [E] 24(2)17, (Jackson) [E] 26(4)61, (Jackson) [E] 28(4)77, (Jackson) [E] 36(6)101

— GBPS activities (Huggins) [E] 21(3)25

— two books by David Rowse (Jackson) [E] 38(3)41

Huggins, A. K., stands down as editor (Huggins) [E] 23(6)81

Jackson, Mike, by new editor (Jackson) [E] 24(1)1

New printers, Pardy & Son Ltd (Jackson) [E] 36(1)1

New style GBJ (Jackson) [E] 24(5)65, (Jackson) [E] 25(1)1, (Jackson) [E] 38(1)1

Perplexed President (Levett) [E] 29(1)1

The Stamp Show 2000 (Jackson) [E] 38(3)61

Unmounted/mounted mint (Jackson) [E] 30(4)61

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Engraving

Boehm Head of QV (Smith) [M] 21(3)37

Book review, Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878. Heath (Dagnall) [R] 32(2)35

— James Heath - Engraver to Kings & Tutor to Many. Smith (Dagnall) [R] 28(1)18

Chalon (Smith) [M] 29(5)86, (Jackson) [C] 30(1)9

Courbold, and QV's head (Smith) [M] 27(4)70

Fairman, Gideon, 19th C. engraver (Smith) [M] 25(2)35

Jeens (Smith) [M] 29(5)86, (Jackson) [C] 30(1)9

Linton, William James (Smith) [M] 23(2)26, [C] 23(3)48

Wyon City medal, two types (Smith) [M] 27(4)63

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Essays & Designs

1879 Tender essays, lettering on (Young) [M] 51(4)86

1880, unaccepted essays (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

1920s (c.), mystery essays (Court) [S] 36(6)110

1940 Centenary essays (Rundo) [N] 33(1)20, (Peacock) [N] 33(3)50

1978 Architecture (Latto) [M] 24(2)18

1979 Rowland Hill (Latto) [S] 23(6)82

1980 Birds (Latto) [S] 24(1)2

1986 Endangered Species (Latto) [S] 25(3)50

Booklet covers, pre-decimal Machins (Harvey) [L] 33(6)107

Chalmers, Treasury essays (survey) (Homer-Wooff) [L] 47(1)9

— so-called 1834 stamp (Wicks & Jackson) [L] 51(5)106

Charles Skipper & East stamp? (Smith) [S] 23(5)65

Christmas stamps, 1979 (Latto) [S] 23(5)76

De La Rue, artists' drawings (Young) [L] 29(4)61

— embossed dummy stamp (Young) [M] 30(4)76, (Dagnall) [M] 31(3)52

Definition of 'essay' (Muir) [N] 33(4)75

KEVIII (Muir) [M] 23(6)93

— Coronation essay (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)43

— contemporary report on design (Sanders) [M] 26(1)1

— taken by the King (Sanders) [M] 23(3)34

— unaccepted (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

KGV find of proofs & essays at auction (Jackson) [M] 24(5)68

KGV, Profile Head, introduction of (Wilkinson) [L] 25(4)65, (Wilkinson) [L] 25(5)94, (Wilkinson) [L] 26(1)9

— Silver Jubilee 2d (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

KGVI Festival, the Mary Adshead archive (Barrell) [L] 45(1)20

KGVI UPU, the Mary Adshead archive (Barrell) [L] 45(2)38

KGVI, 1940 Centenary, unaccepted (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)44

— 1951 Festival of Britain, Mary Adshead archive (Barrell) [M] 45(4)91

King George IV essay (Smith) [S] 25(3)43

Prince Consort (Burgess) [L] 44(3)56

— essay, image census (Burgess) [L] 44(4)89

Prince Consort, red-brown perf. 16 (Burgess) [M] 46(5)106, (Burgess) [C] 46(6)142

Treasury Essay, missing (Dagnall) [N] 23(3)48

— unknown, sold at Phillips (Jackson) [S] 36(6)111

Treasury essays, Chalmers (survey) (Homer-Wooff) [L] 47(1)9

Whiting embossed heads, and Wyon (Smith) [M] 27(3)49

Whiting essay on cover, 1839 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 47(6)121

Whiting, wafer seal (Wicks) [M] 51(3)65

Wyon essays, 1879 (Smith) [M] 27(2)21

Wyon, and the Whiting embossed heads (Smith) [M] 27(3)49

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Exhibitions

1940 Centenary Exhibition, miniature sheet (Lyon) [M] 38(2)38, (Mark) [S] 38(3)47

Book review, British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels, (suppl.). Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 34(2)31

— — 1994. Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 33(3)49

— The Lion Roars at Wembley. Knight and Sabey (Dagnall) [R] 22(3)48

Jubilee, 1890, use of bisected Penny Lilac (Gilbert) [N] 32(1)18

Wembley, 1924 postmark (Sabey) [N] 33(2)40

— stamps used between exhibitions (Sabey) [S] 27(4)72

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Exhibitions, Philatelic

Belgica 82 (Huggins) [E] 21(1)1

Book review, General and Special Regulations & Guidelines for the Evaluation of Exhibits at FIP Exhibitions. BPT (BPT Press Release) [R] 37(2)40

Brasiliana 83 (Huggins) [E] 21(4)41

Exhibiting, fragmentation of modes of collecting (Huggins) [E] 21(1)1

Filacento, The Hague, 1984 (Payne) [M] 22(4)49

Mulready caricatures, in a postal history exhibit (Bohn) [L] 38(5)81

Purphilex 92 (Gilbert) [S] 30(3)51

Stamp World London 90, GBPS at (Jackson) [N] 28(1)1

— GBPS successes at (Jackson) [M] 28(3)60

Stampex (BPE) 87, selected frames (Jackson) [M] 25(5)88

Stampex 87, members' exhibits (Jackson) [S] 25(3)52

The Stamp Show 2000 (Jackson) [E] 38(3)61

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Forgeries

1840 1d black, Plate 2, repaired block of six on cover (Slemons) [L] 52(6)126

1840 1d, block of 42, disputed authenticity (Jackson & Claridge) [L] 42(3)58

1840 repaired Penny Black, undeclared (Shaida) [M] 27(4)75

1858 2d (Hollins) [M] 34(1)16, (Rutter) [S] 34(2)40

1883 Lilac & Green (Ffooks) [S] 27(2)35

1884 10s (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)36

Book review, Fakes Forgeries Experts. Ed. Volmeier (Jackson) [R] 37(2)40

Departmental Officials (Harman) [N] 31(4)64

Expert Committee of the RPSL, how it operates (Harman) [L] 38(3)43

General Duty revenue stamp, near-facsimile used on junk mail (Dagnall) [S] 42(5)93

House of Stamps (Lowe) [M] 32(5)82

Jubilee ½d, bi-coloured (Young) [M] 29(2)26

KGV 1934 Block Cypher 1½d, printed on the gummed side (Jones) [S] 31(2)39

KGV Seahorse 5s De La Rue, earliest date (Harman) [S] 45(6)142

Lilac and Green 9d (Crookes) [N] 27(3)59

Lowden Forgery, Lowden's trial (Dagnall) [L] 31(1)1

Maltese Cross, No. 5 in red, fake? (Cassell) [M] 42(1)19

— red (Chappell) [L] 45(2)42, (Louis) [M] 45(4)94

Overprints, fake CANCELLED and SPECIMEN (Harvey) [L] 37(4)73

PO Training School (Harvey) [L] 37(4)73

Portsmouth Ship Letter marking (Courtis) [L] 50(6)123

QV Jubilee 3d, orange paper, faking of (Phillips) [S] 38(4)73

QV halfpenny, imperf. (Taylor) [M] 44(6)138

Rubber stamp overprints on KEVII stamps (Pusterla) [N] 31(3)54

Stock Exchange Forgery, Plate 6, survey (Jackson) [L] 42(1)20

Stock Exchange, impossible letterings (Ray) [L] 27(3)54

Surface Printed, official reproductions (Young) [M] 26(2)24

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GBPS

Bird, Bill, interview (Dagnall) [M] 38(5)99

Dagnall, Harry, personal message (Dagnall) [E] 29(3)41

— — tribute to (Jackson) [E] 27(4)61

Editorial, by new Hon. Sec. (Kenton) [E] 29(3)42

— by new President (Gilbert) [E] 30(3)41

— unmounted/mounted mint (Jackson) [E] 30(4)61

GBPS, history of (SWL90) [M] 28(2)22

Harry Dagnall 'Thank You' award (Gilbert) [N] 30(3)54

Huggins, Alan, award of MBE (Gilbert) [S] 34(2)21

Literature Field Award [E] 25(3)41

Meeting, Birmingham 21 Mar. 1987 (Gilbert) [S] 25(4)61

— at Stamp World London 90 (Harman) [S] 28(4)88

— provincial, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 13 Apr. 1991 (Walker) [S] 29(3)57

Programme, 1988-89 [E] 26(4)61

— 1989-90 [E] 27(4)61

— 1990-91 [E] 28(4)77

— 1991-92 [N] 29(5)81

— 1992-93 [S] 30(4)61

Stamp World London 90, GBPS at (Jackson) [N] 28(1)1

— GBPS successes (Jackson) [C] 28(4)80

— corrections to special issue of GBJ (Jackson) [C] 28(4)80

— successes at (Jackson) [M] 28(3)60

Stampex 87, members' exhibits (Jackson) [S] 25(3)52

Stampex Trophy, the Hassan Shaida [N] 31(5)89

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GBPS Displays

Display, 13 Dec. 1986, KGV by Leslie Wilkinson (Kirk) [S] 25(2)21

— 10 Jan. 1987, QV Jubilee by Ernest Good, supported by Gordon Millson (Good) [M] 25(2)21

— 7 Mar. 1987, QEII by M. Spiteri (Kirk) [S] 25(4)61

— 25 Apr. 1987, QV by Howard O. Fraser (Kirk) [S] 25(4)62

— 19 Sept. 1987, Channel Islands by Phil Kenton (Kirk) [S] 25(5)81

— 26 Sept. 1987, Postal History by J. G. S. Scott (Kirk) [S] 25(5)81

— 14 Oct. 1987, Franco-Prussian War by Stephen Holder (Wilkinson) [S] 26(2)21

— — Missent Mail by Gordon Millson (Wilkinson) [S] 26(2)21

— 31 Oct. 1987, Circular Delivery and Oxford College Stamps by Chris Harman (Kirk) [S] 26(2)21

— 18 Nov. 1987, Surface Printed 1880-84 by Hassan Shaida (Kirk) [N] 26(2)22

— 12 Dec. 1987, GB miscellany by Leslie Wilkinson (Kirk) [N] 26(2)22

— 16 Jan. 1988, KEVII 1d by Dr Michael Brooks (Kirk) [M] 26(3)43

— 20 Feb. 1988, mixed (Kirk) [S] 26(4)77

— 5 Mar. 1988, mixed, by FG Grossbritannien EV (Kirk) [S] 26(4)78

— 16 Mar. 1988, Postal History by Michael Lockton (Gilbert) [S] 26(4)79

— 16 April 1988, Scotland Postal History by G. F. Oxley (Kirk) [S] 26(4)80

— 21 May 1988, mixed, at AGM (Kirk) [S] 26(4)80

— 17 Sept. 1988, Morocco Agencies by Francis Kiddle (Kirk) [S] 27(1)18

— 15 Oct. 1988, Newspaper Stamps by Harry Dagnall (Kirk) [M] 27(1)19

— 29 Oct. 1988, KEVII to KGVI by Hassan Shaida (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— — Line-engraved and Embossed by Sir Leonard Atkinson (Harman) [S] 27(2)33

— 19 Nov. 1988, Valuables by Post by Vivien Sussex (Gilbert) [S] 27(2)34

— 17 Dec. 1988, Postal History by John Levett (Kirk) [S] 27(3)45

— 18 Feb. 1989, Booklets by Pete West (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)45

— — KGVI and QEII by Hassan Shaida (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)45

— 4 March 1989, Errors and Varieties by Hassan Shaida (Kirk) [S] 27(3)46

— 18 Mar. 1989, Postage Dues by Bob Murton (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)46

— 15 Apr. 1989, London Postal History by Grace Dove (Kirk) [S] 27(3)47

— — Naval Postal History during World War 1 by Peter High (Kirk) [S] 27(3)47

— 16 Sept. 1989, Franco-British by John Levett (Kirk) [S] 28(1)1

— — Line-engraved by Ian Dixon-Patterson [S] 27(5)96

— 21 Oct. 1989, QEII Castles by The Lord Spens and Gerry Bater (Kirk) [S] 28(1)2

— 18 Nov. 1989, Surface Printed by Peter Young (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

— — Victorian printed envelopes by Ritchie Bodily (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

— 3 Mar. 1990, Machins by Andrew J. Watton (Kirk) [S] 28(4)87

— 17 Mar. 1990, Classics by Sir Leonard Atkinson (Gilbert) [M] 28(4)87

— — Miscellany by Professor Robert Champion (Gilbert) [M] 28(4)87

— 15 Sept. 1990, Early postal history by Michael Jackson (Gilbert) [S] 29(1)12

— — Line-engraved by Robert Folkard (Gilbert) [S] 29(1)12

— 3 Oct. 1990, Miscellaneous and KGV by Leslie Wilkinson at Bishops Stortford (Wilkinson) [S] 29(1)13

— 20 Oct. 1990, Queen Victoria by C. R. P. Goodwin (Kirk) [N] 29(1)13

— 17 Nov. 1990, Cinderella and Revenue Stamps by Chris Tennant (Kirk) [S] 29(1)14

— — KGV by Hassan Shaida (Gilbert) [S] 29(1)14

— 19 Jan. 1991, Surface Printed Usage by G. J. Wheat (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

— 16 Mar. 1991, Booklet Issues of KGV to QEII by Ian Harvey (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

— — Proofs and Stamps of KEVII by John Kirkham (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

— — Surface Printed Issues by Dr Douglas Latto (Gilbert) [S] 29(3)56

— 19 Sept. 1991, United Kingdom to Europe by Geoff Oxley (Gilbert) [S] 30(1)7

— 16 Nov. 1991, 'We all make mistakes' (errors of all kinds) by Michael Shaida (Gilbert) [S] 30(1)7

— — Early Line-Engraved by Nigel Howard (Gilbert) [S] 30(1)7

— 18 Jan. 1992, Perkins, Bacon Revenues by Richard Payne (Gilbert) [S] 30(2)28

— 21 Mar. 1992, London Post Receivers by Hugh V. Feldman (Feldman) [S] 30(2)29

— — Numeral Chargemark Handstamps by Peter Chadwick (Chadwick) [S] 30(2)28

— 16 May 1992, KGV Downey Head Plating Study by Mike Jackson (Jackson) [M] 30(4)70

— 15 May 1993, Penny Lilac and Silver Jubilee (Gilbert) [L] 31(4)68

— 5 Oct. 1996, postal stationery wrappers by Harry Dagnall (Dagnall) [M] 35(1)19

— Postal reforms 1839-1840 by James Grimwood-Taylor (Wilkinson) [M] 27(1)18

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Miscellaneous

Advertisement trials, 1922 (Wilkinson) [S] 27(2)27

Advertising in sheet margins (Alexander) [S] 31(5)97

Bath Postal Museum (Holliday) [M] 37(3)58

Certificates, provenance & opinion, by Karl Louis (Louis) [S] 43(4)86

Charity, collecting stamps in 1857 (Dagnall) [N] 30(2)31

Christmas card, with Morse code, 1888 (Welch) [S] 26(5)81

Collecting, different approaches, 1860s (Dagnall) [S] 30(5)95

Customs & Excise correspondence (1826-1840s) to British Library (The British Library) [N] 30(4)78

Expert Committee of the RPSL, how it operates (Harman) [L] 38(3)43

Fletcher Collection, description of (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 28(1)8

— transferred to BL (Jackson) [S] 27(4)74

Hidden meaning in letterings (on Line-Engraved stamps) (Walton) [S] 51(3)54

Jubilee Christmas card, 1890 (Davies) [L] 45(2)25

Letters, 'ess' and 'eff' (Oakley) [N] 26(5)99

Lincoln, 1890 stamp dealer's advt. (Davis) [M] 26(2)36

Penny Lilac lantern slide (Young) [S] 23(5)69

Poem, amusing (Lowe) [N] 28(1)17

Re-use of stamps, prevention (Dagnall) [S] 35(3)46

Research material (notes on controls, maps) found in RPS vault (Brooks) [S] 30(1)17

Scales, Victorian postal (Davis) [M] 40(1)20

SmartStamps (print your own 'stamps') (Jackson) [M] 42(2)28

Specimen and Cancelled stamps (Simpson) [M] 51(4)84, (Jackson) [C] 51(4)85

— QV (Leathart) [L] 51(3)56

Typewriter, early use of (Taylor) [S] 31(5)85, (Jackson) [M] 36(3)58

Weighing machine, GPO, 1856 (Dagnall) [S] 27(4)73

Women, employment of, in the Post Office (Fawcett & Dagnall) [M] 33(6)112, (Messenger) [S] 34(1)18

Wonderland Postage-Stamp Case, display card for (Whitehead) [M] 40(2)40

Writing for the GBJ (Dagnall) [M] 25(1)2

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Newspaper Stamps

2½d duty stamp, mystery of (Dagnall) [L] 40(5)92

Almanac stamp, new type (Dagnall) [S] 29(4)68

Antwerp handstamp 1829 (Smith) [S] 31(2)40

Antwerp, newspapers sent to (Smith) [S] 29(3)43

Berthold's Political Handkerchief (Chandler & Dagnall) [S] 21(5)60

Book review, For the Benefit of Trade and Commerce: A Monograph on the Postal Treatment of Prices Current. Dagnall (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

— Taxation of the Printed Word. Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 37(4)69

Cancelled stamps (Dagnall) [M] 27(2)38, (Dagnall) [S] 29(4)68

Class Publications, postal treatment of (Dagnall) [M] 21(1)2

Display by Harry Dagnall (Kirk) [M] 27(1)19

Dummy stamp, 1713 (Dagnall) [S] 37(5)81

Free postage for the London Gazette (Dagnall) [M] 26(5)85

Hampshire newspapers (Sanders) [S] 29(3)44, (Dagnall) [S] 29(4)68

Machine stamping (Chandler & Dagnall) [S] 21(5)62

Newspapers in the Post (based on a display to the GBPS on 19 September 1992) (Dagnall) [S] 31(2)30

Paper, quantity stamped (Chandler & Dagnall) [M] 21(5)60

Prices Current, postal treatment of (Dagnall) [M] 21(1)2

Stamp tax, avoidance of (Smith) [N] 23(2)27

Type 10 (Chandler & Dagnall) [S] 21(5)58

Type 22, dies (Chandler & Dagnall) [M] 21(5)57

Types 10A & 10B on Cobbett's Weekly Register (Chandler & Dagnall) [S] 21(5)59

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Obituaries

Alcock, Ronald Cecil (Tyrrell) [S] 29(4)70

Atkinson, Sir Leonard (Jackson) [S] 28(4)78

Champion, Dr Robert H. (Harman) [M] 43(1)4

D'Arcy, Philip (Willcocks) [S] 35(2)23

Dagnall, Harry (Huggins) [M] 50(3)62

Fisher, Harold W. (Huggins) [S] 24(3)33

Folkard, Robert (Huggins) [M] 50(5)105

Forbes-Smith, Donald (Bird) [S] 39(5)83

Gilbert, Alan M. (Brooks) [S] 34(3)47

Kirk, Alfred J. (Wilkinson) [S] 38(1)19

Latto, Dr Douglas (Alexander) [M] 38(3)60

Lee, Ronald A. G., founder of the GBPS (Huggins) [M] 28(3)58

Levett, John (Lockton) [M] 46(4)96

Lowe, Arnold John (Wilkinson) [N] 33(3)48

— Robson (Huggins) [M] 35(5)90

Madden, Don (Jackson) [M] 47(3)72

Mason, Geoffrey (Hollins) [S] 38(3)59

Matthews, A. I. (Kirk) [S] 32(1)20

Messenger, W. de L. M. (Jackson) [S] 43(5)101

Newbery, Leonard F. (Alexander) [S] 29(5)81

Powell, Dr R. W. (Jackson) [S] 29(2)30

Silkin, J. (Kirk) [S] 29(5)81

Smith, George W. (Dagnall) [S] 32(3)59

Willcocks, Robert Martin (Jay) [S] 36(4)71

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Overprinted for Use Abroad

British Levant, provisional 40 paras on ½d (Sabey) [M] 27(3)48

Morocco Agencies, display by Francis Kiddle (Kirk) [S] 27(1)18

Used in the UK (Cook) [M] 45(4)73

Validity of overprinted GB stamps (Fletcher) [L] 41(1)8

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Paper

480-Crown, varieties of (Pusterla) [N] 45(4)95

Chalk-surfaced trials, 1905 (Powell) [S] 22(1)13, (Powell) [M] 25(2)38

Changing size, on Penny Black blocks (Dagnall) [M] 39(3)60

Coated, KEVII, identifying (McBride) [M] 50(5)106

Coles, Joseph. Papermaker (Dagnall) [S] 45(3)64

Coloured Paper Scheme, 1884 (Young) [S] 22(1)7

Crown watermark, survey of paper types (Pusterla) [L] 37(3)53, (Pusterla) [L] 37(4)76, (Pusterla) [L] 37(5)86

Currency paper, KGV Royal Cypher (Mark) [M] 34(1)19, (Peacock) [S] 34(2)38

Downey Head paper trials (Jackson) [S] 23(6)87

Government, purchased by (Dagnall) [S] 41(4)77

Interleaving, stamp images on (Robinson) [M] 49(4)88

Joyson, William, label on perforated wrapper (Jackson) [M] 47(5)120

KGV watermarked papers (Jackson) [L] 28(5)106

KGV, Experimental 1924 (Moorcroft) [L] 37(6)112

Paper, background to the subject (Dagnall) [L] 47(2)31

Ream, size of (Hopkinson) [M] 41(4)76, (Dagnall) [M] 41(5)103

Reams, size of (Madden) [M] 42(3)62

Size, Simple Cypher, how wide was the web? (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)59

— of issue sheets (Wiseman) [M] 32(3)56

Supercalendered, KEVII (Harris) [M] 42(4)86

Supercalendering, explanation of (Dagnall) [S] 39(3)51

Tinted paper, use abroad (Young) [S] 22(1)6

Toned, the use of on KGV Royal Cypher issues (Peacock) [M] 37(2)39

Trials, Downey Head, plating (Wilkinson) [N] 22(4)64

Watermark, Crown, relative positions on KEVII stamps (Pusterla) [L] 22(2)27, (Pusterla) [S] 23(4)60

— Emblems errors (Louis) [M] 33(4)76

— Large Crown (Madden) [L] 30(3)42

— Large Crown reversed on 1864 issue (Mollett) [M] 39(1)18

— Large Crown, hybrid (Maushammer) [M] 42(4)84

— QV line-engraved Die 1 (Madden) [M] 34(1)1

— Simple Cypher, types (Bolzan) [L] 25(1)4

— marginal, on KEVII (Powell) [M] 22(4)62

— misplaced, KGV Royal Cypher 2d (Mark) [N] 24(3)40

Wilding definitives (Bater) [S] 31(5)87

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People

Allen, Ralph (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)12

— Ralph, Ralph Allen of Bath, Postal Pioneer (Bath Postal Museum) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)24

Bacon, Joshua, gravestone (Rowse) [M] 40(6)102

Bird, Bill, interview (Dagnall) [M] 38(5)99

Book review, Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878. Heath (Dagnall) [R] 32(2)35

— James Heath - Engraver to Kings & Tutor to Many. Smith (Dagnall) [R] 28(1)18

Bray, W. Reginald, The Englishman who Posted Himself and Other Curious Objects (Tingey) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)23

Chalon, A. E. (engraver) (Smith) [M] 29(5)86, (Jackson) [C] 30(1)9

Clowes, William, printer (Bolzan) [M] 27(3)42

Courbold family (Smith) [M] 27(4)70

De La Rue family (Wiseman) [S] 22(4)60

Fairman, Gideon (engraver), influence on Mulready (Smith) [M] 25(2)35

Heath family (engravers) (Smith) [M] 26(1)8

Hill, Rowland, memorabilia (Phillips) [S] 29(3)60

— — portrait of and sketch for new labels (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)28

Jeens, Charles Henry (engraver) (Smith) [M] 29(5)86, (Jackson) [C] 30(1)9

Kermode, Georgina Elizabeth (Alexander) [L] 43(3)52

Leech, John (Smith) [N] 23(2)26

Lightbody, James (engraver at Stamp Office) (Dagnall) [S] 37(5)81

Linton, William James (Smith) [M] 23(2)26, [C] 23(3)48

M<@252>ller, Dr Hugo, consultant chemist to De La Rue, 1905 (Powell) [N] 25(2)38

Malden, Henry (partner in Perkins Bacon) (Smith) [M] 26(1)8

Marsh, Victor (AKA H. Edgar Weston, dealer) (Baker & Caesley) [M] 51(1)23

McCartney, Rt Hon. Sir William, Deputy Master of the Royal Mint 1903-13 (Jackson) [N] 24(5)68

Palmer, J. W., squared circle, CX used philatelically (Louis) [M] 35(3)52, (Dagnall) [M] 36(1)13, (Finch) [S] 36(1)15, (Billen) [S] 36(1)16, (Cohen) [S] 36(1)16

Pendragon (nom de plume), advocated the English School of collecting, 1860s (Dagnall) [S] 30(5)95

Perkins, Jacob, inventions (Bolzan) [M] 23(5)74

Roberts, Samuel (postal reformer) (Smith) [S] 25(5)83, (Dagnall) [M] 26(2)38

Sainthill, Richard (numismatist and friend of Wyon) (Smith) [M] 26(5)88

Sloper, Ally, (comic character) (Brooks) [M] 34(2)32

Thorpe, Dr Thomas Edward, chemist at Somerset House (Dagnall) [M] 34(5)91

Weston, H. Edgar (AKA Victor Marsh, dealer) (Baker & Caesley) [M] 51(1)23

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Perforation

1d Die 1, Plate 74, curious perforations (Simpson) [L] 48(3)70

1d Plate 10, experimental (Jackson) [N] 48(4)89

1853 Government trial (Lajer) [N] 37(5)99, (Simpson) [M] 38(1)6, (Sargent) [M] 38(3)46

Archer, post-trial plates (Simpson) [L] 45(6)139, (Simpson) [C] 46(1)3, (Simpson) [M] 47(2)45

Archer-perforated stamps, Plate 91, discovery (Simpson) [M] 48(1)4

— Plate 94, Disraeli to Gladstone cover (page numbered 48 in error) (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 47(4)96

— Plate 108 on cover (Kibby) [M] 50(6)129

— Plate 111, new discovery (Simpson) [S] 48(4)81

— Wilkinson and Hill punch sets (Escott) [L] 52(4)77

— distribution and usage (Simpson) [L] 47(1)14, (Burgess) [M] 47(2)47, (Simpson) [M] 47(3)63

— number of recorded covers (Simpson) [L] 52(2)25

— on cover (Simpson) [M] 52(5)97

— statistical analysis (Chadwick) [S] 52(4)75

Book review, Stamp Perforation: The Somerset House Years 1848 to 1880. Simpson & Sargent (Dagnall) [R] 45(4)88

Clipped sides, stamps with (Pusterla) [S] 43(3)55

Combination covers, imperf. and perf. (Simpson) [L] 46(6)123

Crisis in 1879 (Simpson) [L] 37(1)14

Gauge 13½ x 14 on KEVII ½d (Pusterla) [S] 49(6)142

Grover & Co. Ltd, close of (Wilkinson) [M] 40(1)18

Joyson, William, label on perforated wrapper (Jackson) [M] 47(5)120

KGV 1½d (Jones) [S] 31(2)35

KGV Photogravure low values (Gowland) [L] 46(1)18, (Gowland) [L] 46(2)40, (Gowland) [L] 47(1)4

Line-engraved perforation (Barrell) [N] 24(3)34

Line-engraved, quadruple on Plate 225 (Taylor) [M] 39(1)16

Misaligned pin on 1980 Conductors 15p (Jackson) [M] 41(4)79

Missing pins, a notation for (Simpson) [M] 32(4)61

— on Penny Reds (Maushammer) [M] 31(2)31, (Madden) [S] 31(2)40, [C] 31(3)53

Napier machines, modifications to (Simpson) [M] 36(2)38, (Jackson) [C] 36(3)53, (Wiseman) [S] 36(3)54, (Simpson) [M] 36(3)55, (Wiseman) [S] 36(6)115, (Simpson) [M] 37(1)14

New perforator on Surface Printed issues (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)58

Official, first date of issue? (Sargent) [N] 36(4)80

Pierced margin on KGV Photogravure (Russell) [N] 34(1)6

Pinning points, position of (Wiseman) [S] 36(6)116

Roulette, on Wembley roll stamp (Griffin) [S] 29(2)27

Somerset House, dividing sheets (Simpson & Sargent) [L] 44(1)12

Treasury Roulette, Plate 163, addition to Statham (Batty) [S] 48(1)23

— discrepancies in NPM collection (Madden) [M] 31(1)11

Type 2 perforator, on photogravure issues (Gowland) [M] 48(6)139

Wing margin, unusual (Louis) [M] 34(1)14

Wing margins (Escott) [M] 49(5)117

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Postage Dues

1929 controls (Alexander) [L] 39(3)45

1951 provisional use of postage stamps (Worsfold) [L] 41(3)48

Adhesives, last week of, January 2000 (Mark) [M] 39(3)58

Book review, Postage Due Mail Study Group Journal: Cumulative Index to Issues 1-36 (1997-2005) (Jackson) [R] 45(3)65

Display by Bob Murton (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)46

General account (SWL90) [S] 28(2)56

KGV ½d colour trial (Jackson) [N] 30(2)32

Plating controls (Wilkinson) [S] 39(4)77

Shades of the KEVIII 2s 6d (Murray) [N] 21(4)56

Waterlow provisional printing (Wilkinson) [N] 23(4)50

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Postal History

'Haste Post Haste' letter, 1601 (Claridge) [S] 43(2)40

'Junk mail' (Dagnall) [N] 44(3)55

'Stitched contrary to regulations' endorsement (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 47(2)30

'WITHIN WEIGHT' handstamp (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 37(5)98

1840 Freight Money letter (Frajola) [M] 43(2)28

1840 letter, 'fingering the cash' (Hopkinson) [M] 52(6)142

1880 1s Plate 13 (SG 151) on cover, destinations (McCann) [M] 52(4)90

1883 9d, used on cover (Wheat) [M] 47(2)25

— used on cover, survey (Brauers) [M] 39(5)87, (Wheat) [S] 39(6)115, (Davis) [S] 39(6)115

A01 cancellation used by the Foreign Branch (Melrose) [M] 34(4)76, (Brooks) [M] 34(6)110, (Louis) [N] 35(2)37

Addressing modern envelopes (Jackson) [S] 35(4)61

Adelaide, N.I., 1930 cover to (Walby) [S] 33(1)20

Aerial Post 1911, First UK (based on a display to the GBPS on 19 September 1992) (Edwards) [S] 31(2)29

Airmail, to Jersey in 1936 (Mark) [S] 31(5)90

Allen, Ralph (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)12

American Civil War, service suspended (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 25(5)98

Bankers' mail services (O'Hara) [L] 44(1)4

Bedlington Penny Post (Taylor) [L] 35(4)74

Belton, covers to Mr Belton in, (Hart) [S] 31(1)14

Berlin, 1841 covers to (Jackson) [M] 42(6)134

Biography illustrated by postal history items (Bolzan) [L] 26(3)48

Bishop Mark (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)6

Book review, 'Herewith My Frank . . .', 2nd edn (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

— Admiralty Mediterranean Steam Packets 1830-1857 (Jackson) [R] 40(5)95

— British Censorship of Civil Mails during World War I 1914-19. Mark (Moorcroft) [R] 39(1)20

— British County Catalogue of Postal History Midlands Edition. Calladine (Jackson) [R] 51(5)105

— British County Catalogue of Postal History, Vol. 3, London. Willcocks & Jay (Huggins) [R] 21(6)73

— — Vol. 4. Willcocks & Jay (Dagnall) [R] 26(3)42

— — Vol. 5. Willcocks & Jay (Jackson) [R] 28(4)88

— British Letter Mail to Overseas Destinations 1840-1875. Moubray (Gilbert) [R] 31(4)80

— British Occupation of Former Italian Colonies, Study Paper 1, cancellations. Tregurtha (Gilbert) [R] 26(4)64

— British Postal Guide. Facsimile reprint of 1857 edn. Pub. Postings Publishing (Sherman) [R] 33(1)16

— British Postal Reforms of 1839 to 1840, Grimwood-Taylor (Dagnall) [R] 28(4)89

— Charge Marks of the 4d Post 1839-1840. Chadwick (Jackson) [R] 28(5)103

— Early Days of the Postal Service. Gammons (Alexander) [R] 25(3)51

— For the Benefit of Trade and Commerce: A Monograph on the Postal Treatment of Prices Current. Dagnall (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

— For the Port and Carriage of Letters, Robinson (Jackson) [R] 29(1)11

— History of the Post in Derby 1635-1941, Wilson (Dagnall) [R] 29(1)9

— History of the Ship Letters of the British Isles. Robertson (Sherman) [R] 33(3)49

— Inland Posts 1392-1672. A Calendar of Historical Documents. Ed. Stone (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

— Introducing Postal History, Sussex (Dagnall) [R] 29(1)10

— Letter Receivers of London 1652 to 1857. Feldman (Dagnall) [R] 37(4)70

— Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Jackson) [R] 31(5)86

— Mails Under London. Stanway (Dagnall) [R] 38(5)98

— Map of Postroads of England and Wales. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Soc. (Jackson) [R] 35(2)37

— Post Office Notices 1666-1800. Haslam and Moreton (Jackson) [R] 28(1)18

— Postal Usage of the decimal Machin series 1971-1996 (two vols). Nicholson (Sherman) [R] 36(1)20

— Posts of Sevenoaks in Kent. Donald (Jones) [R] 30(3)54, (Dagnall) [C] 31(2)28

— Royal Household Mail. Morgan (Jackson) [R] 30(3)53

— Royal Mail in Leicestershire. Soer (Jackson) [R] 36(3)60

— Royal Mail: The Post Office since 1840. Daunton (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

— Sherborne -- A Postal History. Andrews (Gilbert) [R] 26(2)39

— The Midland Counties Mileage Marks and Mail Routes to London 1784-1840 (Jackson) [R] 43(6)121

— The Postal History of the City of York, Rossall (Jackson) [R] 42(2)34

— The Rubber Datestamps of Cumbria, Mapleton (Jackson) [R] 42(2)33

— The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in British Post Offices. Moy (Jackson) [R] 38(1)17

— The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in English Provincial Offices. Moy (Jackson) [R] 30(1)9

— Uniform Fourpenny Post in Ireland. Kane (Jackson) [R] 29(2)31

— United Kingdom Letter Rates - Inland and Overseas - 1635 to 1900, Tabeart (Mark) [R] 42(2)32

Bristol, a correspondence 1827-33 (Skelly) [L] 27(5)86

Bye Letters (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)6

Channel Islands (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 24(4)51

— airmail to Jersey in 1936 (Mark) [S] 31(5)90

— display by Phil Kenton, 19 Sept. 1987 (Kirk) [S] 25(5)81

Charge marks, handstamped (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 25(2)25

Charing, postal history of (Wilkinson) [M] 26(5)84

Chichester Road 'Hot Cross Bun' & '1 in Circle' marks 1681-87 (Grimwood-Taylor) [L] 38(4)62

Chronology 1635 to 1840 (SWL90) [S] 28(2)56

Civil War (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)4

Combination cover, 1840 1d black and 1841 1d red (Slemons) [L] 46(5)102

Combination covers (Simpson) [M] 47(2)46, (Simpson) [M] 47(5)114, (Simpson) [C] 48(1)6

— imperf. and perf. (Simpson) [L] 46(6)123

Commonwealth, The (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)4

Counterfeit coin, postage paid by (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 46(3)68

Cross Posts (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)9

Cunard Line, comments on rates, 1876 (Hewlett) [M] 30(2)34

Demonetisation of Victorian postage stamps (Young) [L] 40(2)21

Demonetisation of postage stamps (Mark) [S] 40(3)50, (Young) [M] 40(3)50, (Griffiths) [S] 40(3)52, (Pearce) [S] 40(3)52, (Muir) [L] 40(4)76, (Holman) [M] 40(4)77, (Schmitz-Le Hanne) [N] 40(4)78, (Wheat) [S] 40(4)79, (Whitehead) [N] 40(4)79, (Louis) [M] 40(4)80

Detoured mail, Franco-Prussian War 1870-71 (Levett) [M] 27(5)92

Disinfected, 1841 cover, Corfu and Malta (Cafetzoglou) [M] 50(1)19

Display, 19 Sept. 1987, Channel Islands by Phil Kenton (Kirk) [S] 25(5)81

— 17 Dec. 1988, Postal History by John Levett (Kirk) [S] 27(3)45

— 17 Mar. 1990, Miscellany by Professor Robert Champion (Gilbert) [M] 28(4)87

— 15 Sept. 1990, Early postal history by Michael Jackson (Gilbert) [S] 29(1)12

— 19 Sept. 1991, United Kingdom to Europe by Geoff Oxley (Gilbert) [S] 30(1)7

— Franco-British by John Levett (Kirk) [S] 28(1)1

— London Post Receivers by Hugh V. Feldman (Feldman) [S] 30(2)29

— Registered mail by Vivien Sussex (Gilbert) [S] 27(2)34

— Victorian printed envelopes by Ritchie Bodily (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

— by Michael Lockton (Gilbert) [S] 26(4)79

Distribution, stamp, in 1840 (Willcocks) [L] 28(4)82, (Willcocks) [C] 29(1)18

Dockwra marks (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)7

Duplicate letters (Mark) [L] 52(3)58

Envelope with embossed 'IN A HURRY FOR THE POST' (1889) (Forbes-Nixon) [N] 26(1)20

Express mail (Sussex) [S] 29(2)39

— 1891-1899 (Davis) [M] 35(1)7

— cover with railway stamps (Sussex) [S] 29(3)59

— early (Davis) [M] 50(5)97

— early cover with red lines (Cohen) [M] 34(6)114

— early labels (Davis) [L] 51(5)116, (Wheatley) [M] 51(6)142

— first label (Lockton) [M] 29(1)20

— list of material returned to NPM (NPM Press Release) [L] 36(3)44

— railway (Mark) [S] 29(4)76

— unusual franking (Davis) [M] 36(5)84

Express, use of KGV 7d (Melrose) [M] 45(1)13

Fletcher Collection, description of (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 28(1)8

Foreign Branch, A01 cancellation used by (Melrose) [M] 34(4)76, (Brooks) [M] 34(6)110, (Louis) [N] 35(2)37

France, use of embossed stamps to (Hopkinson) [M] 52(2)33

Franco-British, display by John Levett (Kirk) [S] 28(1)1

Franco-Prussian War, 1870-71 (Levett) [M] 27(5)92

— display by Stephen Holder (Wilkinson) [S] 26(2)21

Frankings, unusual Victorian (Davis) [M] 36(5)84

Fraudulent use of two stamps (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 49(1)22

Free franking, end of (Jackson) [L] 40(1)1

Gadsby, John, 1840 label (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 50(4)84

Hingham Penny Post mark on 1d black cover (Hopkinson) [M] 52(6)142

Hotel posts, 1912 (West) [M] 45(6)123

Illustrated envelopes, Ally Sloper (Davis) [M] 28(3)76

— Boat Race, 1881 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 50(3)57, (Russell) [C] 50(5)107

— Victorian printed, display by Ritchie Bodily (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

— hand-painted 'puzzle' picture, 1884 (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 48(5)128

Import/export control, Passed by BPA (Buxton) [L] 49(3)59

Insured mail, overseas 1899-1946 (Wellsted) [M] 21(4)52

Isle of Man (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 24(4)51

Jamaica, SG Spec. C12, Plate 51, used abroad, correction to Statham (Batty) [N] 48(1)6, (Batty) [S] 48(3)62

Jubilee 1s green & carmine, used on cover (Davis) [M] 23(1)11, (Davis) [M] 23(3)38, (Young) [N] 23(4)62, (Bendon) [N] 23(4)64, (Davis) [M] 24(3)42, (Davis) [M] 26(2)27, (Davis) [M] 26(5)96, (Hart) [N] 28(1)16, (Parsons) [S] 30(4)74

Jubilee 4½d, used on inland mail (Davis) [M] 35(1)16

KGV 7d olive, use of (Johnson) [L] 46(1)14

KGV 9d agate, use of (Johnson) [L] 46(1)14

KGV 9d postage stamps on telegraph forms (Wilkinson) [M] 45(1)1

KGVI Arms high values, unusual usages (Johnson) [L] 50(2)42

KGVI Dulac adhesives, use of (Fryer) [L] 45(3)56

Kingsbridge, letter from (Skelly) [M] 30(2)40

L4, late fee mark (Hanson) [M] 44(2)38

Labels, diplomatic bag (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(2)30, (Kearsley & Weston) [L] 49(5)109, (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 49(5)113, (Galland) [M] 49(5)114

Late fee mark (Hanson) [M] 44(2)38

Late fee, 'L4' mark, survey (Galland & Lajer) [L] 40(6)116, (Chadwick) [S] 41(1)13, (Galland & Lajer) [M] 41(5)106, (Johnson) [S] 46(3)63, (Galland & Lajer) [M] 46(6)135

— 4d (Johnson) [M] 41(1)12, (Lockton) [L] 46(3)64

— 4d, on inland registered mail (Davis) [L] 46(3)59

— collection of in the 1840s (Jackson) [L] 46(5)108

— paid but incorrectly posted 1899 (Buxton) [L] 52(6)138

— paid on redirection 1905 (Buxton) [L] 52(6)138

Late fees (Willcocks) [S] 24(3)44

Latin America, mail to and from (based on a display to the GBPS on 16 January 1993) (Kenton) [M] 31(2)32

London Postal History, display by Grace Dove (Kirk) [S] 27(3)47

London, Postal Districts (Lush) [L] 21(3)26, (Lush) [L] 21(4)46

— postal districts (Sabey) [M] 27(2)24

— postal history 1663 to 1900 (Kirk) [M] 32(2)32

Machin 25p, genuine, declared fake by Royal Mail Revenue Protection (Jackson) [S] 52(5)99

Machin postal history (Lockton) [L] 39(2)23

Machin, bisected (Batty) [N] 46(2)35, (Jackson) [S] 46(2)35, (Knight) [S] 46(4)95

Mailcoaches, London (Beaver) [L] 41(2)26

May dates, Mulready, 6 May 1840, used with Penny Black (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)28

— Quaker method of writing dates (Wheat) [L] 30(5)85

— no Sunday dates in London (Hughes) [M] 47(2)42

— possible 10 May 1840 entire (McCann) [M] 47(1)22, (Robinson) [C] 47(2)43

— pre-6 May usage (Kirk) [S] 28(4)78, (Willcocks) [M] 30(3)60

Mercantile Committee, Whiting essay on cover, 1839 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 47(6)121

Mercantile Papers, 1838 (Harmers of London) [M] 26(4)65

Merchant Guilds (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)2

Merchant Strangers (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)3

Military, Wellington's Army in Peninsula & France 1809-18 (Boyden) [L] 25(4)69

— army censor mark (Lockton) [N] 27(4)74

— army censor marks (Daniel) [S] 28(1)16

— army, first handstruck stamp (Jackson) [N] 33(5)94

— postmarks on KEVII Army Official (Taylor) [M] 26(1)6

Missent Mail, display by Gordon Millson (Wilkinson) [S] 26(2)21

Missent mail, early marks (Millson) [M] 25(4)77

— handling methods (Millson) [M] 25(3)42

— marks of travelling post offices (Millson) [M] 26(2)35

— to Canada (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 38(1)5

— to Ryde (Parsons) [N] 26(3)60, (Millson) [N] 26(5)99

— types of handstamps (Millson) [S] 25(5)91

Monaco, GB used in (Massier) [M] 30(4)72

Mulreadys, May dates, pre-6 May usage (Willcocks) [M] 30(3)60

Multiple franking, 93 stamps on 1900 Telegram (Sussex) [M] 35(2)36

NPM, list of material returned to (NPM Press Release) [L] 36(3)44

Naval Postal History, display by Peter High (Kirk) [S] 27(3)47

Newspaper Branch, endorsed 'Stitched contrary to regulations' (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 47(2)30

Notices of Objection (Willcocks) [M] 31(3)41

Numeral obliterator, used to cancel foreign postage due, charge or taxe markings (Johnson) [M] 48(5)122

— used to cancel handstruck 2 in 1844 (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 48(1)5

Offshore islands (Grimwood-Taylor) [L] 24(4)50

Overseas, forwarded letter from, with 1d black (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 43(3)56

— well-travelled cover 1901 (Graham) [M] 27(1)10

Pacific Ocean, Surface Printed stamps used in (Young) [S] 26(2)30

Pacific Steam Navigation Company (Kenton) [S] 31(2)33

Parcel Post, Privy Council licence (Melrose) [S] 45(1)3

— red Privy Council labels (Johnson) [L] 44(5)109

— small labels of PO Stores Dept (Wiseman) [L] 36(2)21

— use of 1d lilac on labels (Young) [M] 48(2)38

Parcel labels, Exported on Drawback (Melrose) [M] 43(4)87

Passed by BPA (Buxton) [L] 49(3)59

Pattern Post (Johnson) [L] 43(1)13

Peebles, unusual cancellation of letters, 1860s (Taylor) [M] 37(1)8, (Herrity) [M] 37(2)36, (Whitehead) [S] 37(2)37

Penny Red, cover with trimmed (Taylor) [S] 33(6)117

— seven different plates on same cover (Willcocks) [N] 23(3)47

Perkins Fairman & Co., letter to (Kirk) [M] 24(5)66

Post Magazine, address panel and decorative borders (Cheetham) [L] 52(3)49

Post Office Savings Bank, use of 1d lilac (Young) [M] 48(2)38, (Young) [M] 48(4)82

Post Office, history and practices (reprint of 1884 article) (Jackson) [L] 42(6)117

Postage Due adhesives, last week of, January 2000 (Mark) [M] 39(3)58

Postage Dues, display by Bob Murton (Gilbert) [S] 27(3)46

Postal History (ephemera), display by J. G. S. Scott (Kirk) [S] 25(5)81

Postal history, up to 1750 (based on display given on 1 Mar. 2003) (Ray-Smith) [L] 42(1)1

Postal label, 1840 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 50(4)84

Postal notice, 19 Sept. 1870, introduction of postcards (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 42(6)130

Postal rates, Victorian (Davis) [L] 39(5)92

Postcard, 1888, boy absent from school (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 45(6)121

Postcodes, world's first? (Lush) [L] 21(3)26

Postmaster, demise of title (Dagnall) [S] 34(2)37

Postmasters' circulars, disposal of (Rowse) [M] 42(2)35

Pre-1840, general account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)23

Pricing in Proportion, introduced in 2006 (Dagnall) [M] 44(1)1

Priority letter scheme of WWI (Mark) [L] 51(4)91

Provincial marks, early (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)8

Railway letter, pre-stamp (Taylor) [M] 33(2)38

Rates, 3d (Moran) [N] 32(2)40

— 3d rate and Notices of Objection (Willcocks) [M] 31(3)41

— 3d rate and Penny Pinks (Lockton) [M] 31(4)78

— 3d rate covers (Jackson) [M] 46(5)110

— 1841 franking, 6 x 1840 2d (Cafetzoglou) [M] 50(1)19

— comments from Cunard book, 1876 (Hewlett) [M] 30(2)34

— insufficiently-uprated Mulready (Slemons) [M] 45(5)104

— insurance for overseas mail 1899-1946 (Wellsted) [M] 21(4)52

— postal (Young) [S] 23(4)62, (Willcocks) [S] 24(3)44

— postal, special fees (Davis) [M] 26(2)23

— registered to Lugano (Cunliffe) [M] 30(4)80, (Robinson) [S] 30(5)98

— to foreign destinations (Moubray) [N] 26(3)60

Real cost of postage (Dagnall) [M] 30(3)52, (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)55

Registered mail, 'Hot Cross Bun' cancellations, 1880-84 (Davis) [M] 36(5)87

— 4d late fees (Davis) [L] 46(3)59

— 1841 receipt (Taylor) [L] 45(2)33

— 1870 alternative, by the hands of a constable (Sherman) [S] 28(3)64

— 1870 unusual franking (Davis) [M] 36(5)84

— at Liverpool Censor Office in WWI (Mark) [L] 50(5)117, (Mark) [M] 52(6)135

— display by Vivien Sussex (Gilbert) [S] 27(2)34

— duplicate letter scheme, use of KGV 9d stamp (Mark) [M] 45(1)2

— duplicate letters (Mark) [L] 52(3)58

— early (Sussex) [M] 27(5)94, (White) [S] 27(5)97

— green tape used on (Hopkinson) [M] 47(1)1

— handstamp, York (Davis) [M] 44(4)85

— inland 1841-1854 (Davis) [M] 27(4)62

— introduction of blue lines (Davis) [M] 34(3)58, (Sussex) [S] 34(4)75, (Davis) [S] 34(4)75

— label numbered 1 (Taylor) [M] 35(3)55

— letter with GB and Indian sets of stamps (Jackson) [N] 33(5)94

— mystery labels (Cunliffe) [M] 30(4)80, (Robinson) [C] 30(5)98

— postcard, 1870 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 52(1)24

— printed matter (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 52(5)101, (Wheatley) [S] 52(5)101, (Brown) [S] 52(5)101, (Brookfield) [M] 52(5)102

— printed matter, 1876 cover (Walton) [M] 51(6)132

— registration labels (Taylor) [M] 36(6)113

Restoration, The (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)5

Returned letter wrappers (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 43(4)91, (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 43(6)122, (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 44(2)40, (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 44(3)67, (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 44(4)73, (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 44(5)116, (Galland & Armstrong) [L] 45(3)66, (Galland & Armstrong Dick & Snelson Ken) [L] 46(5)113, (Galland & Armstrong Dick & Snelson Ken) [L] 47(3)55, (Galland & Armstrong Dick & Snelson Ken) [L] 47(5)115

Returned letters (Dagnall) [L] 28(3)66, (Muir) [C] 28(4)81, (Dagnall) [L] 28(4)92, (Cunliffe) [S] 28(5)104, (Dagnall) [S] 28(5)105, (Willcocks) [M] 29(3)48, (Dagnall) [S] 29(3)50

Returned unaddressed letters (Galland & Snelson) [L] 51(4)74

Route, via Hull, 1849 (Taylor) [M] 32(4)77

Royal Mail Steam Packet Company (Kenton) [S] 31(2)33

Royalty, 1866 letter to Lady Victoria (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 33(2)37

Scilly, Isles of, 1d black used from (Sudborough & Jackson) [M] 51(2)47

Scotland Postal History, display by G. F. Oxley (Kirk) [S] 26(4)80

Seals, stamps used as (Sudborough) [L] 51(4)80

Ship, HMS Atalanta, loss of (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 44(6)139

— lost (Johnson) [M] 45(1)8

— submarined (Johnson) [M] 45(1)8

SmartStamps (print your own 'stamps') (Jackson) [M] 42(2)28

Sorting trials, 1936 & 1957 (SWL90) [S] 28(2)49

Surface printed 2s brown, used on cover (Galland & Wheat) [L] 38(5)88

Surface printed on cover, survey (Brauers) [M] 38(6)115, (Wheat) [M] 39(2)33

Surface printed stamps on cover (Wheat) [M] 27(3)52

Telegram, 1900, prepaid with 93 stamps (Sussex) [M] 35(2)36

Threatening letter, 1862 (Jackson) [M] 39(6)110

— in 1768 London Gazette (Jackson) [M] 39(6)110

To pay, Colonial 1d marks (Moubray) [N] 26(3)59

— letter to China 1865 (Smith) [N] 26(1)20

— letter to Hong Kong 1861 (Snarvold) [S] 26(3)59

— letter to Montreal 1856 (Parsons) [S] 26(3)59

— letter to Turks Islands (Parsons) [S] 26(3)59

Tuck, Henry, envelope (Sudborough) [L] 51(4)80

Unaddressed mail (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 46(1)1, (Galland) [M] 46(2)32, (Evans) [M] 46(2)34, (Galland) [M] 47(3)61

Uncancelled stamp, 1846 (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 45(1)5

Uniform Penny Post, update to the book Uniform Penny Post (Walker) [M] 52(3)72

Used abroad, 1d stars (Batty) [L] 49(4)73, (Batty) [L] 50(2)25

— Jamaica, SG Spec. C12, Plate 51, correction to Statham (Batty) [N] 48(1)6, (Batty) [S] 48(3)62

Validity of overprinted GB stamps (Fletcher) [L] 41(1)8

Way Letters (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)6

Wellington, Duke of, 1847 postcard (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 36(5)81, (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 43(3)49

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Postal Reforms 1839-40

Book review, British Postal Reforms of 1839 to 1840, Grimwood-Taylor (Dagnall) [R] 28(4)89

— Charge Marks of the 4d Post 1839-1840. Chadwick (Jackson) [R] 28(5)103

— Die 4-Handstempel der Experimental Fourpenny Rate. (Jackson) [R] 40(5)96

— Postal Reform and the Penny Black, Muir (Jackson) [R] 28(5)104

— Royal Reform. Goodwyn (Dagnall) [R] 38(6)116

— Uniform Fourpenny Post in Ireland. Kane (Jackson) [R] 29(2)31

Chalmers, so-called 1834 stamp (Wicks & Jackson) [L] 51(5)106

Display, Postal reforms 1839-1840 by James Grimwood-Taylor (Wilkinson) [M] 27(1)18

Distribution, stamp, in 1840 (Willcocks) [L] 28(4)82, (Willcocks) [C] 29(1)18

Free franking, end of (Jackson) [L] 40(1)1

General account (SWL90) [M] 28(2)24

Mercantile Papers, 1838 (Harmers of London) [M] 26(4)65

Mulready, early reference to (Sanders) [N] 28(5)100

Poster of 1839 (Dagnall) [N] 26(5)91

Rowland Hill, portrait and sketch for new labels (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)28

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Postal Stationery

'POSTAGE FREE' on OHMS envelopes (Wiseman) [M] 24(2)26, (Dagnall) [N] 24(4)63

1890 Jubilee envelope, caricature (Jackson) [S] 42(6)117

— genesis of (Davies) [L] 50(1)11

1890 Jubilee postcard, amusing notice (Kaiserman) [N] 34(6)115

Advertising rings (Davis) [M] 26(2)36

— Smith, Elder & Co. overprinted 'Henry S. King & Co.' (Lockton) [L] 40(6)104

— W. H. Smith & Son, mystery (Huggins) [M] 47(2)26

— new discovery (Lockton) [M] 44(2)30

Anti-Graham envelope (Smith) [N] 23(2)26

Book Review, Collect British Postal Stationery. Huggins & Baker (Stevenson) [R] 46(2)45

Book review, Evolution of British Stamped Postcards and Letter Cards -- Their History and Documentation. Dagnall (Lockton) [R] 23(6)92

— GB Postal Stationery, Price List of Registered Envelopes and Newswrappers. Whitworth (Jackson) [R] 37(2)40

— History of Envelopes. Benjamin (Dagnall) [R] 35(5)94

— Notes on Victorian Embossed Postal Stationery. Dagnall (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

— Postal Stationery of Great Britain. Brightmore (Lockton) [R] 23(6)92

— Wrappers, Postal Stationery. Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 31(5)86

Book review: 1840 Prepaid Parliamentary Envelopes. Huggins & Klempka (Toomey) [R] 52(2)48

Book review: Great Britain: The GB Foreign Rate Postcards 1875-1899, O'Keeffe (Dagnall) [R] 43(2)34

British Empire 3d card (Davis) [M] 24(5)67

Cachet, coat-of-arms, 1902 (Grimwood-Taylor) [S] 22(4)61

Caricature, 1841 'Palmer's Tun . . .' (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 49(5)113

Cut-outs (Lockton) [L] 50(5)108, (Brown) [M] 50(6)128

De La Rue, embossed dummy stamp (Young) [M] 30(4)76, (Dagnall) [M] 31(3)52

Display, Victorian printed envelopes by Ritchie Bodily (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

Downey Head, ½d pink cut-outs (Smallbone & Melrose) [M] 51(1)21

— printed stamp and postmark (Jackson) [N] 26(3)60

Embossed adhesives cut to shape, possible reason why (Newton) [S] 33(1)17

Emergency stamps, use of KGVI stationery design (Huggins) [L] 44(6)121

Envelope, Postage, design No. 1 (Huggins) [S] 21(3)36

— — indecent words on (1841) (Dagnall) [N] 21(1)12

— QV STO with 1d + 1s (Huggins) [N] 21(4)56

— altered (1987) (Dagnall) [N] 25(5)87

— privately made by Raines and Porter (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 36(6)102

Envelopes, 1841 (Dagnall) [N] 26(3)60

Furniss, Harry, caricature of 1890 Penny Postage Jubilee envelope (Jackson) [S] 42(6)117

Houses of Parliament, 2d envelope (Durham Collection) [N] 31(5)92

— 4d wrapper (Huggins) [M] 46(4)73

Illustrated envelope, Ocean Penny Post (Hart) [N] 26(3)60

Illustrated envelopes, Victorian printed, display by Ritchie Bodily (Gilbert) [S] 28(1)2

Invitation, art school, inspired by Victorian stationery (Dagnall) [N] 35(2)38

Letter card, Budget (Lockton) [M] 30(2)37, (Alexander) [M] 30(3)56, (Welch) [N] 30(3)58, (Daniel) [N] 30(4)79, (Murton) [S] 32(5)90, (Davis) [S] 32(5)91, (Lawrence) [N] 33(4)74, (Bishop) [N] 37(5)99, (Peach) [S] 43(2)40

— County (Alexander) [M] 30(3)56

— Private (Lawrence) [N] 33(4)74

— Save Time (Davis) [S] 32(5)91

— early, 1890 (Alexander) [S] 21(4)53

— private (Lockton) [M] 30(2)37

Letter sheets, I. R. Taylor (Evans) [S] 36(5)90, (Jessop) [S] 36(6)110, (Louis) [N] 37(5)97

— Penny Pink (Lockton) [L] 38(2)33

— Penny Pink, official? (Lockton) [M] 51(5)97, (Baker) [S] 52(1)21, (Baker) [S] 52(2)35

— relating to Corn Returns (Dagnall) [M] 35(2)30

Lost die, 1943 (Dagnall) [N] 21(5)62

May dates, pre-6 May usage (Kirk) [S] 28(4)78

Mulready caricature, new discovery (Jackson) [M] 41(3)60

Mulready, (2d) with numbers in Maltese Cross cancellations (Compton) [M] 31(5)88, (Louis) [S] 32(1)20, (Compton) [A] 32(2)40

— 6 May 1840, used with Penny Black (illustration) (SWL90) [N] 28(2)28

— May dates, pre-6 May usage (Kirk) [S] 28(4)78

— — used on 1 May 1840 (Harmers of London) [S] 29(2)23

— William Clowes, printer of (Bolzan) [M] 27(3)42

— advertisements on 1d envelope (Compton) [M] 33(5)92

— advertisements on 2d letter sheet (Compton) [M] 33(5)92

— advertisements, revision in SG Specialised (Slemons) [M] 45(1)14

— — three new ones (Bird) [M] 37(2)28

— early reference to (Sanders) [N] 28(5)100

— influence of Gideon Fairman, 19th C. engraver (Smith) [M] 25(2)35

— insufficiently-uprated (Slemons) [M] 45(5)104

— to overseas destinations, list of known examples (Compton) [L] 36(2)28

— used with Penny Black, 2 May 1840 (Harmers Auctions SA) [S] 29(2)25

— woodblock at auction (Harmers of London) [S] 29(4)80

Newspaper wrappers, changes in format, 1889 & 1906 (Dagnall) [S] 23(2)32

— private 'Post-haste' wrapper (Courtis) [M] 51(6)136

— story of one sent by B. F. Stevens (Courtis) [M] 51(2)38

Ocean Penny Post envelope (Hart) [N] 26(3)60

Parcel labels, Tutill's, 1893 (Dagnall) [M] 32(5)92

Penny Pink, and the 3d rate (Lockton) [M] 31(4)78

— cut-outs (Lockton) [L] 50(5)108

— date of issue (Lockton) [M] 26(5)93

— first day cover (10 Feb. 1841) (Claridge) [M] 47(5)97

— letter sheets (Lockton) [L] 38(2)33

— letter sheets, official? (Lockton) [M] 51(5)97, (Baker) [S] 52(1)21, (Baker) [S] 52(2)35

— turned, matched pair (Jackson & Randall) [M] 50(1)6

Postal notice, 19 Sept. 1870, introduction of postcards (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 42(6)130

Postcard, 1870, introduction of (Dagnall) [S] 43(1)11

— — registered (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 52(1)24

— — used before official first day (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 29(1)15

— QEII stamp design (Dagnall) [M] 32(4)73

— QV British Empire design (Dagnall) [S] 32(4)73

— bought before day of use 1 Oct. 1870 (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 42(6)130

— essay for certifying stamp (Dagnall) [M] 29(1)16

— pictorial 1910-1931, suggestions for (Dagnall) [L] 33(2)31

— postal stationery, on an advertisement (Dagnall) [N] 23(3)47

— stamped-to-order, 1881 (Barstow) [S] 43(3)59

— used a day early on 30 Sept. 1870 (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 42(6)130

— with bisected Penny Lilac (Young) [M] 29(2)26

— without coat of arms (Evans) [S] 36(1)17, (Dagnall) [S] 36(2)36, (Baker) [S] 36(2)36

Postmasters' Circulars, 1840-1855 (Huggins) [M] 21(5)63

Production problems, KGV (Dagnall) [M] 25(1)16, (Dagnall) [L] 25(2)31, (Dagnall) [L] 25(3)54

Registered Money Letters, 1886-94 (Davis) [M] 36(5)85

Registered envelopes, with brass rings (Wiseman) [L] 41(6)115

Specimen, horseshoe (Leathart) [M] 50(1)22

Spoilt sheets, disposal of (Madden) [N] 42(5)108

Vaccination certificates (Lockton) [M] 32(5)96, (Dagnall) [M] 33(1)9, (Murton) [S] 33(1)11

Welsh language, vaccination cert., 1872 (Lockton) [M] 32(5)96

Wrapper, QV halfpenny stamp, shape of (Dagnall) [N] 32(4)73

Wrappers, display (Dagnall) [M] 35(1)19

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Postcodes

Anniversary, 2009 (Dagnall) [M] 48(1)1

Postcode label (Jackson) [S] 48(1)3

World's first? (Lush) [L] 21(4)46

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Postmarks

'1 in Circle' marks, 1686-87 (Grimwood-Taylor) [M] 38(4)65

'3 in Circle' mark, 1688-89 (Grimwood-Taylor) [S] 38(4)69

'ATF' mark, 1840 (Kirk) [M] 29(5)85, (Kirk) [C] 30(1)20

'C88', 1864 1d cancelled with (H & B Philatelists Ltd) [N] 28(1)16

'CH' Inspector's handstamp (Welch) [S] 21(3)35, (Forbes-Nixon) [N] 21(5)62, (Routh) [S] 22(1)10

'CHRISTIANSSAND' (Barstow) [S] 44(2)34

'Hot Cross Bun' cancellations, 1880-84 (Davis) [M] 36(5)87

'Hot Cross Bun' marks (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)8

— 1681-87 (Grimwood-Taylor) [L] 38(4)62

'K. R. MORLEY / HULL' (Barstow) [S] 44(2)34

'L4' late fee mark, survey (Galland & Lajer) [L] 40(6)116, (Johnson) [S] 46(3)63, (Galland & Lajer) [M] 46(6)135

'Madeleine Smith' postmark (Dagnall) [S] 35(4)71

'Malin' experimental machine cancellation (Papadopoulos) [L] 46(5)97

'No. 1B' in circle (Higson) [N] 49(3)70

'P.P.12/PAID' (Higson) [N] 49(3)70

'S' in circle, army censor mark (Lockton) [N] 27(4)74, (Daniel) [S] 28(1)16

'SE', London District (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 46(6)142

'SHIP LOST' (Johnson) [M] 45(1)8

'SHIP MISSING' (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 44(6)139

'SHIP SUBMARINED' (Johnson) [M] 45(1)8

'W' mark, London District (Taylor) [S] 47(1)3

'WITHIN WEIGHT' handstamp (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 37(5)98

A01 cancellation (Melrose) [M] 34(4)76, (Brooks) [M] 34(6)110, (Louis) [N] 35(2)37

— used on Togo mail (Mayne) [M] 40(3)60

Army Official, postmarks on (Taylor) [M] 26(1)6

Army, first handstruck stamp (Jackson) [N] 33(5)94

Barred numeral, used in 1937 (Gowland) [S] 43(6)137

Bishop Mark (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)6

— The (Kirk) [M] 27(5)90

Book review, Brunswick Star Cancels. Arundel (Sherman) [R] 33(1)16

— Cancellations of the 1841 Penny Red. Danzig and Goldsmith (Jackson) [R] 29(4)71

— Charge Marks of the 4d Post 1839-1840. Chadwick (Jackson) [R] 28(5)103

— Collect British Postmarks, 5th edn (Gilbert) [R] 28(3)75

— — 8th edn (Jackson) [R] 50(6)127

— — 9th edn, 2013 (Jackson) [R] 52(3)69

— Collecting British Squared Circle Postmarks, 1987. Cohen (Jackson) [R] 26(3)41

— — Supplement No. 2. Cohen (Jackson) [R] 31(5)87

— — Supplement No. 4. Cohen (Jackson) [R] 38(2)40

— Die 4-Handstempel der Experimental Fourpenny Rate. (Jackson) [R] 40(5)96

— Dotted Circle Cancellations. Arundel (Sherman) [R] 36(1)19

— Irish Spoon Cancellations. Arundel (Sherman) [R] 36(1)19

— London Fancy Geometric Postmarks. Cohen (Huggins) [R] 23(1)2

— Postal Markings of England, London and Wales 1661-1900. Sanford (Jackson) [R] 24(4)62

— Scots Local Cancellations Illustrated, 1854-1860. Alcock (Jackson) [R] 23(3)33

— Spoon Cancels 1853-1870. Spoon Study Group (Jackson) [R] 30(4)68

— Squared Circle Pmks of the London Suburban Offices. Cohen (Dagnall) [R] 21(4)45

— Stamps and Postmarks Illustrating the History of NATO. SHAPE Stamp Club (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

— The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in British Post Offices. Moy (Jackson) [R] 38(1)17

— The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in English Provincial Offices. Moy (Jackson) [R] 30(1)9

— UK Machine Marks, 2nd edn. Peach (Dagnall) [R] 21(4)45

— Undated Circular Marks of Somerset and Dorset (Jackson) [R] 30(2)30

— Undated Circular Marks of the Midland Counties, 1986 rev. edn. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

— — Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Jackson) [R] 24(4)49

— Undated Straight Line and Numbered Receiving House Marks of the Midland Counties. Pub. Midland (GB) Postal History Society (Dagnall) [R] 27(3)41

Bristol handstruck marks (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)9

Brunswick Star cancellations (Thomas) [L] 45(3)49

Charge marks, handstamped (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 25(2)25

Circular datestamps, Newcastle-on-Tyne (Taylor) [M] 33(4)78

Cloth-covered (Taylor) [L] 50(3)65

D27 cancellation (Hollins) [S] 37(6)117

Date slug varieties and reversed letters (Robinson) [M] 35(2)22

Deficiency Paid handstamp (Finch) [N] 31(5)96, (Beard) [N] 32(1)20

Display, Numeral Chargemark Handstamps by Peter Chadwick (Chadwick) [S] 30(2)28

Dockwra marks (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)7

Double-ring datestamps with star (Gould) [M] 30(2)38, (Kewley) [N] 30(3)58, (Baker) [N] 30(4)79

Dublin Duplex, diamond-shaped datestamps 1853-58 (Davis) [M] 31(3)56

Duplex, origin of (Dagnall) [M] 35(4)71

Errors, date & time (Taylor) [M] 32(5)93

Exeter handstruck marks (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)9

Fishing port postmarks (Barstow) [S] 44(2)34

Industrial action cachet, 1981 (Gould) [N] 21(3)39

Jersey, disputed (Kearsley) [L] 46(1)4, (Melrose) [S] 46(1)8

London District, 'SE' cancellation (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 46(6)142

— W mark (Taylor) [S] 47(1)3

London, 1844 (Kirk) [M] 24(4)58

— postmark with 'JA' (Atkinson) [N] 21(3)39

MA - March or May? (Jackson) [S] 42(5)97, (Wylde) [S] 42(6)138, (Turner) [S] 43(1)11

Machine cancellation, 'Malin' experimental (Papadopoulos) [L] 46(5)97

Machine postmarks, experimental & early (Miller) [L] 43(5)103

Maltese Cross, London Inland Office (Hughes) [L] 50(6)135

— No. 5 in red, fake? (Cassell) [M] 42(1)19

— Sleaford, crimson (Jackson) [S] 49(2)48

— different numbers on same piece (Pickering) [S] 34(5)99, (Louis) [S] 34(6)117, (Louis) [S] 35(1)11

— distinctive (Griffin) [N] 29(4)67

— distinctive Newcastle upon Tyne (Taylor) [M] 43(3)51

— distinctive, Chelmsford (Gessler) [S] 25(3)59

— — Liverpool (Robinson) [S] 28(3)57

— — Plymouth/Norwich (Herrity) [M] 38(6)101

— — circle in centre (Robinson) [S] 37(4)72

— early use of black (Claridge) [L] 42(3)49

— end of (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 41(5)104, (Hughes) [M] 42(4)90

— end of, in Edinburgh (Turner) [M] 42(5)96

— multiple strikes (Forbes-Nixon) [M] 49(5)119

— numbered (Lockton) [M] 35(1)10

— numbered, '6' or '9'? (Mitchell) [M] 38(2)39

— — 3 with cross (Jackson) [N] 40(1)5

— — on 2d Mulready (Compton) [M] 31(5)88

— red and black on turned envelope (Cassell) [M] 44(4)88

— red, forgeries (Chappell) [L] 45(2)42, (Louis) [M] 45(4)94

Missent mail, to Ryde (Parsons) [N] 26(3)60

— travelling post offices (Millson) [M] 26(2)35

— types of handstamps (Millson) [S] 25(5)91

Mulready, (2d) with numbers in Maltese Cross cancellations (Compton) [M] 31(5)88

Naval, postmarks of the First World War (Gould) [S] 21(3)32

— received marks (Gould) [L] 21(6)84

Numberless, London 1844 (Lewis) [M] 40(1)12, (Read) [N] 40(3)46

— London 1844 (Hoitink) [N] 40(3)46

Numeral 116 (Davis) [M] 24(4)61, (Archer) [S] 25(1)18, (Chandler) [S] 25(1)19

Numeral obliterator, used to cancel foreign postage due, charge or taxe markings (Johnson) [M] 48(5)122

— used to cancel handstruck 2 in 1844 (Forbes-Nixon) [S] 48(1)5

Numeral obliterators, late use (Jackson) [M] 44(2)29

— late use, Manchester (Sharkey) [N] 44(4)87

Numeral, 'GPO'-rated (Grafton) [M] 46(3)57

— 373 (Lewthwaite) [M] 46(2)38

Parcel, 'ROAD/BORNE' mark (Russell) [S] 43(3)59

Passed X-ray cachet, re Salman Rushdie (Dagnall) [N] 28(5)100

Peebles, lost cancellation? (Taylor) [M] 37(1)8, (Herrity) [M] 37(2)36, (Whitehead) [S] 37(2)37

Penny Post, Moreton Hampstead, on 1841 1d red (Vaughan) [S] 46(6)137

Provincial marks, early (Ray-Smith) [M] 42(1)8

Railway steamer, Glasgow & South Western, cancellation (Hewlett) [N] 22(2)24

Received from HM Ships marks (Gould) [L] 21(6)84

Registered handstamp, York (Davis) [M] 44(4)85

Ship letter handstamp, used to cancel Penny Black (Griffiths) [S] 27(2)37

Sideways duplex, Bristol (Barton) [N] 34(5)96

— J96 Bodenham (Powell) [S] 34(5)95

— K94 Clacton-on-Sea (Powell) [S] 34(5)95

— Leeds, York, Manchester, Newcastle, Normanton, Wakefield, Devonport, Lancaster, Preston, others (Barton) [L] 34(2)22

— Manchester (Barton) [N] 34(5)96

— Sheffield (Barton) [N] 34(5)96

Slogan, Postcode anniversary, 2009 (Dagnall) [M] 48(1)1

Spoon, Liverpool, earliest date (Barton) [N] 27(3)58, (Little) [N] 27(4)74, (Arundel) [N] 27(4)74

Square datestamp, with indented corners (Hayward) [S] 41(4)78

Squared circle, Bolton (Cohen) [L] 34(3)41

— CX used philatelically (Louis) [M] 35(3)52, (Dagnall) [M] 36(1)13, (Finch) [S] 36(1)15, (Billen) [S] 36(1)16, (Cohen) [S] 36(1)16

— in KEVII period (Powell) [S] 26(5)93

— of Bath (Cohen) [M] 24(4)56

— trial cancellations (Bullock) [N] 21(1)13

Tower of London cachet (Wiseman) [S] 32(3)59

Trial cancellation, barred oval (Young) [M] 41(2)38, (Lewis) [M] 43(5)119

Trial cancellations, squared circle (Bullock) [N] 21(1)13

Truro Crown (Higson) [S] 49(3)70

— cancellation, survey (Galland & Louis) [M] 46(6)139

Use of obliterator to cancel mistake (Robinson) [M] 48(4)87

Wembley, 1924 postmark puzzle (Sabey) [N] 33(2)40

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Printers

De La Rue, Correspondence Books, copies to RPSL (Young) [N] 50(5)107

Perkins Bacon, renewal of contract 1856 (Slattery) [L] 52(3)62, (Slattery) [L] 52(4)92, (Slattery) [L] 52(5)113

Perkins, Bacon & Petch, printing room (Messenger) [S] 34(2)40, (Beech) [S] 34(3)60

— Jacob, 1822 letter from Paris regarding plate hardening patent (Wicks) [L] 52(5)104

Stamp Office, working conditions (Dagnall) [N] 26(3)59

Waterlow embossed imprint (Bater) [S] 33(1)13

Whiting, Charles, and the fire at Perkins Bacon (Salmon) [L] 41(4)66

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Printing

'Ivory heads', stamp images on interleaving paper (Robinson) [M] 49(4)88

Book review, Engine Turning 1680-1980, the Tools and Technique. Matthews (Dagnall) [R] 23(1)2

Colour trials, De La Rue (Young) [L] 21(6)74

Compound plate printing (Smith) [M] 28(5)97

Congreve interlocking compound plates (Samuel) [N] 23(1)9

Interleaving paper, stamp images on (Dixon-Patterson) [S] 27(4)72, (Robinson) [M] 49(4)88

Miniature stamps (shrunken) (Wilkinson) [M] 33(5)86

Neale's steam press experiment (Messenger) [M] 26(5)95, (Messenger) [S] 27(2)34, (Messenger) [L] 38(2)25, (Messenger) [L] 38(3)50, (Messenger) [L] 38(4)74, (Messenger) [L] 38(5)92, (Messenger) [C] 38(6)114

Offsets, on KGV Downey Head ½d (Wiseman) [N] 28(3)62

Phosphor bands, application of (Harvey & Stafford) [L] 41(5)89

Photogravure, obliterating controls (Doupe) [M] 21(3)34, (Murray) [N] 21(5)62

Plate repair, ½d inserted in 1½d plate, 1919 (Dagnall) [N] 21(4)55

Registration pieces (Jackson) [N] 21(1)7

Set-off impressions, 1d line-engraved (Robinson) [M] 49(4)88

Set-off, Machin £2 castle (Jackson) [M] 47(3)70

Whiting's compound plate printing (Smith) [M] 28(5)97

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Private Posts

Book review, The Private Post 1986 to 1989 (Jackson) [R] 27(5)96

— The Private Post, New Series No. 6, 1983 (Huggins) [R] 21(1)5

— — New Series No. 7, 1984 (Huggins) [R] 22(1)16

Cicular Delivery Companies, stamps and forgeries (Harman) [L] 22(2)18

Circular Delivery and Oxford College Stamps, display by Chris Harman, 31 Oct. 1987 (Kirk) [S] 26(2)21

Parcel Delivery Companies, London (Dagnall) [M] 31(3)60, (Sussex) [S] 31(4)64

— stamp booklets (Lowe & Stirling) [S] 22(3)43

Tramway Companies, stamp booklets (Lowe & Stirling) [S] 22(3)46

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Proofs

1864 1d, reversed (Claridge) [M] 44(5)114

1867 Paris Exhibition (Harman) [M] 21(4)42

1871 London Exhibition (Harman) [M] 21(4)42

Book review, Die Proofs of Waterlow & Sons. Fraser & Lowe (Huggins) [R] 24(1)3

Booklet covers, pre-decimal Machins (Harvey) [L] 33(6)101

Colour trials, De La Rue (Young) [L] 21(6)74

Courbold, and QV's head (Smith) [M] 27(4)70

Downey Head die proofs (Sefi) [L] 33(3)41

KGV find of proofs & essays at auction (Jackson) [M] 24(5)68

KGVI proof (unissued stamp) (Worsfold) [M] 32(4)69

QEII ink samples (Pusterla) [M] 34(3)53, (Pusterla) [M] 34(4)79, (Morgan) [S] 34(4)80

QV Surface Printed, 1855<@150>83 matched die and striking book proofs (Galland) [L] 33(3)56

— December 1866 (Galland) [M] 35(3)43

— Lilac & Green die proofs (Galland) [M] 37(5)94

— check-list of coloured (Galland) [L] 37(2)21

— die proofs, 'old', 'new' and associated designs (Galland) [L] 34(3)49

— with pencilled numbers (Galland & Latto) [M] 32(4)70

QV Surface printed, 1866 6d Plate 7 (Rowse) [S] 28(3)62

— plate and current number (Galland) [M] 34(5)89

QV surface printed, horizontal or vertical format? (Galland & Rowse) [L] 33(5)88

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Railways

Book review, Great Britain Railway Letter Stamps: A Handbook and Catalogue 1957-1985, 5th edn. Comp. Potter, ed. Johnson (Huggins) [R] 25(4)74

— Introduction & Guide to the TPOs of GB, 2nd edn. Goodbody (Huggins) [R] 21(4)45

— Railway Sub Offices of GB. Goodbody (Huggins) [R] 21(4)45

— Travelling Post Offices & Bag Tenders of GB & Ireland 1839 to 1959. Harvey (Dagnall) [R] 39(4)78

Express mail (Mark) [S] 29(4)76

— cover (Sussex) [S] 29(3)59

Glasgow & South Western Railway, steam vessel 'Mars' cancellation (Hewlett) [N] 22(2)24

Newcastle-Upon-Tyne & Carlisle Railroad Company (Taylor) [M] 33(2)38

Pre-stamp railway letter (Taylor) [M] 33(2)38

TPOs, changes to network, 1988 (Post Office) [S] 26(4)75

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Rates, Postal

Book review: International Postage rates 1890s-1957 (Furfie) (Jackson) [R] 49(1)23

Book review: Rates to Reform: A Guide to the High Postage Rates in Great Britain and their Reform 1812-1840 (Dagnall) [R] 48(1)9

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Revenue Stamps

Adhesive stamps (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)8

— 1852-1881 (Samuel) [L] 24(1)12

Almanacs & calendars (Samuel) [S] 22(5)75

American Stamp Office 1765-66 (Samuel) [S] 23(3)44

Armorial Bearings 1798-1800 (Samuel) [S] 23(3)44

Banknote duty (Samuel) [M] 23(1)8

Book review, Catalogue of the Revenue Stamps of the United Kingdom, Booth (Dagnall) [R] 29(1)10

— Collecting and Displaying Revenue Stamps. Akerman (Dagnall) [R] 33(3)50

— Creating a Good Impression (300 years of The Stamp Office). Dagnall (Sherman) [R] 32(4)76

— De La Rue's QV Revenue Heads. Mansfield (Dagnall) [R] 38(5)97

— Ex Luce Lucellum (Match Tax). Dagnall (Jackson) [R] 31(5)86

— Great Britain Road Tax Discs 1921-2000. Champion, Hitchings & Bruce (Dagnall) [R] 39(4)79

— Judicial Stamps of Great Britain & Pre-1922 Ireland. Ed. Akerman & Booth (Dagnall) [R] 35(5)93

— Marking of Textiles for Excise & Customs Duty. Dagnall (Knight) [R] 34(4)78

— Royal Cypher Labels of Great Britain, Ireland & the Colonies (1701-1922). Barber & Brown (Dagnall) [R] 27(2)37

— Taxation of Paper in Great Britain 1643-1861. Dagnall (Hills) [R] 36(4)78

— Taxation on Playing-Cards in England from 1711 to 1960. Berry (Dagnall) [R] 39(3)44

Book review: Royal Cypher Labels 1701-1922, Bortfeldt (Dagnall) [R] 43(2)35

Booklets (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)9

British Library, material in (Beech) [N] 32(2)40

Colour Trials (Dagnall) [N] 34(5)100

Colour trials (Dagnall) [S] 37(5)98

Comparison with postage stamps (Dagnall) [L] 32(1)1

Compound plate printing (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)10

Copperplate stamps (Samuel) [S] 22(4)51

Cypher labels (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)5

De La Rue keyplate system & unappropriated dies (Samuel) [M] 24(2)27

Dice duty (Samuel) [S] 22(4)51

Display, 17 Nov. 1990, Cinderella and Revenue Stamps by Chris Tennant (Kirk) [S] 29(1)14

— Perkins, Bacon Revenues by Richard Payne (Gilbert) [S] 30(2)28

Embossed adhesives on Marine Insurance Policies (Samuel) [S] 24(1)12

Embossed stamps (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)6

— 1694-1894 (Samuel) [L] 22(3)35

Embossing, coloured (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)7

Entertainment Duty on GvR Simple Cypher paper (Dagnall) [N] 32(1)13

General Duty revenue stamp, near-facsimile used on junk mail (Dagnall) [S] 42(5)93

Gloves & mittens duty (Samuel) [S] 23(3)41

Hair powder duty (Samuel) [S] 23(3)44

Handstamps (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)11

Hat duty (Samuel) [S] 23(3)41

Introduction to (Dagnall) [L] 32(1)1

KEVII stamps used for revenue purposes (Powell) [L] 25(3)46

Match Tax (Samuel) [S] 24(2)29

— stamp (Dagnall) [L] 49(2)25

Medicine Duty overprint on KGV postage stamps (Dagnall) [N] 32(1)13

NPM, factsheet for exhibition (Jones) [M] 30(5)81

National Insurance stamp, essay (Candlish) [N] 27(2)26

Other uses (Dagnall) [N] 32(1)13

Paper labels, spoilt sheets, disposal of (Madden) [N] 42(5)108

Patent medicines 1783-1941 (Samuel) [L] 23(5)70

Perfume duty (Samuel) [S] 23(3)44

Playing card duty (Samuel) [L] 22(4)53

Post Horse duty (Samuel) [M] 23(1)6

Postage stamp duties 1840-47 (Samuel) [M] 24(1)10

Postage stamps used fiscally (Taylor) [M] 34(5)97, (Sabey) [S] 34(6)115

Pre-issue material (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)12

Receipt stamp, embossed (Taylor) [S] 34(3)53

Recess-printed (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)7

— on silk (Finch) [N] 32(2)39

Specimen, horseshoe (Leathart) [M] 50(1)22

Stamp Acts (Samuel) [N] 22(3)35

Stamp Committee Souvenir Album (Samuel) [S] 24(2)32, (Chadwick) [N] 24(4)62

Stamp Office, 1694-1894 (Samuel) [L] 22(3)34

— working conditions (Dagnall) [N] 26(3)59

Stamp Registers, 1710 onwards (Samuel) [S] 22(3)34

Unconventional stamps (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)10

Unified stamps, postal fiscals & The Stamp Committee (Samuel) [M] 24(2)29

Use of (Dagnall) [S] 32(1)5

Used for postage (Wiseman) [S] 29(2)29

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Rolls of Stamps

'Poached egg' testing labels (Gowland) [S] 47(1)8

Book review, Deegam Catalogue of Elizabethan Coil Leaders, 4th edn., 1994. Myall (Sherman) [R] 33(2)36

— — 1987. Myall (Jackson) [R] 25(5)92

Currency paper, KGV Royal Cypher (Mark) [M] 34(1)19

Cuts ('½v') (Rundo) [M] 32(4)68, (Whitehead) [S] 36(5)82

Experimental KEVII (Pusterla) [S] 22(1)4

KEVII ½d used on postcard (Harris) [S] 42(4)86

KGV 1913, SH continuous printing plates (Wilkinson) [L] 41(4)80

KGV Block Cypher 1d, unrecorded wrapper, Kermode 1000 (Jackson) [N] 26(1)18

KGV Photogravure ½d used in Multipost affixing machine (Whitehead) [S] 40(4)70

KGV Somerset House printing (Wilkinson) [M] 37(3)51

KGV Wembley (Griffin) [S] 29(2)27, (Sabey) [M] 29(4)72, (Griffin) [N] 29(5)97

Kermode, Georgina Elizabeth (Alexander) [L] 43(3)52

Perforation of early Photogravure low values (Gowland) [L] 47(1)4

Testing labels, with perfins (Clark) [S] 43(5)102

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Security Endorsements

'PEARS' SOAP' underprint on 1d lilac (Barstow) [N] 44(3)55

'PO/Dept' overprint on 1864 1d (Barrell) [N] 37(2)37

Book review, Catalogue of Perfins 1924-1925 British Empire Exhibition Stamps. Ed. Nelson (Sherman) [R] 32(2)35

— Perfin Society Illustrated Handlist of GB Perfins - Hospital Dies. Comp. Hamill, Parkhill, Steere, Gault (Sherman) [R] 32(2)35

— Pilfering, Protection and Perfins - an Aspect of the Line-Engraved Twopence. Beer and Harp (Sherman) [R] 37(1)19

Clipped sides, stamps with (Pusterla) [S] 43(3)55

Embossing, by Novelli & Co. (West) [M] 42(2)29, (West) [N] 43(6)137, (West) [S] 50(1)5

— on Penny Reds (Jackson) [M] 36(3)58

— on QV issues (Phillips) [N] 37(5)97

— unidentified on KEVII ½d (Powell) [N] 23(2)30

Everett & Son Ltd, W. H., on KEVII & KGV stamps (Powell) [N] 23(2)30

Imprint on QV 1d Stars (Powell) [N] 24(2)21, (Dagnall) [N] 24(4)62

OUS overprint (MacArthur) [N] 35(4)80

Penny Lilac perfin (Taylor) [S] 31(5)85

Perfin Society (Powell) [N] 23(2)29

Perfin, row of holes on KGV Downey Head (Rundo) [N] 30(5)95, (Simpson) [N] 31(2)40

Perfins, Board of Trade (Jackson) [M] 49(5)116

— collecting (Powell) [L] 27(2)28

— on QV 1s Jubilee (Powell) [N] 23(4)64

— suppliers of, and manufacturers of perfin apparatus (Hewlett) [N] 22(2)24

Postage stamps, mutilation of for telegrams (Lawrence) [L] 38(1)10

Protective overprints and underprints (Bird) [S] 31(5)89

Rubber stamp overprints on KEVII (Badcock) [N] 31(5)96

Underprint advt, 1889 colour trial (Young) [S] 25(2)28

Wattses underprint (Dagnall) [M] 39(5)82, (Donaldson) [N] 39(5)83, (Jackson) [M] 40(1)15

— examples recorded (Phillips) [S] 39(6)116

— on KEVII 1d (Pusterla) [S] 39(4)75

Wattses underprints (Pusterla) [L] 42(5)98

Wattses, on KEVII stamps (Powell) [N] 23(2)30

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Shades

A simple approach to measuring (1), KEVII 1d (Kegg) [L] 48(5)105

A simple approach to measuring (2), KGV 1d Royal Cypher (Kegg) [L] 49(3)49

Certificates, problem with (Rowlands) [S] 45(3)55

— problems with (Bird) [S] 45(4)95

General comment, RPSL Expert Committee (Harman) [S] 45(6)142

KEVII 1d De La Rue shades (Yareham) [L] 48(6)144

KEVII De La Rue 1d (Yareham) [L] 49(1)16, (Jackson) [N] 49(2)48, (Yareham) [N] 49(4)91

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Ship Letters

Berlin, 1841 covers to (Jackson) [M] 42(6)134

Book review, History of the Ship Letters of the British Isles. Robertson (Sherman) [R] 33(3)49

— Robertson Revisited. Tabeart (Sherman) [R] 37(1)18

Pacific Ocean, Surface Printed stamps used in (Young) [S] 26(2)30

Penny Black cancelled by ship letter handstamp (Griffiths) [S] 27(2)37

Portsmouth Ship Letter marking, fake (Courtis) [L] 50(6)123

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Shipping Companies

Book review, Admiralty Mediterranean Steam Packets 1830-1857 (Jackson) [R] 40(5)95

Cunard Line, comments on rates, 1876 (Hewlett) [M] 30(2)34

Pacific Steam Navigation Company (Kenton) [S] 31(2)33

Royal Mail Steam Packet Company (Kenton) [S] 31(2)33

Stamp booklets (Lowe & Stirling) [S] 22(3)46

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Stamp Boxes

Mauchline Ware (Deadman) [L] 37(3)41

Tunbridge Ware (Deadman) [L] 34(5)81

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Stamp Committee

1884 (Young) [S] 22(1)6

Sittings, number of (Wiseman) [N] 29(2)29

Stamp Committee Souvenir Album (Samuel) [S] 24(2)32

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Stamp Design

'Postage' and/or 'Revenue', background (Sanders) [M] 28(3)72

1929 PUC low-values (Dagnall) [L] 31(5)81

Book review, British Stamp Design 1993. Negus (Sherman) [R] 33(2)36

Double heads, the theme of two monarchs on a single stamp (Worsfold) [L] 43(5)98

Inconsistencies in GB stamp designs (Dagnall) [M] 29(3)44

Thoughts on stamp designs (Dagnall) [M] 31(4)61

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Techniques of Philately

Archival protectors (Jackson) [N] 27(1)14

Book review, Collector's Guide to the Care and Repair of Books and Documents. Moss (Jackson) [R] 29(5)98

— Examination of the Ink & Paper of the Commonwealth of Australia Postage Stamp King George V 1d Red. Hosking (Dagnall) [R] 36(6)104

— SG Sterling Stamp & Stationery Album. (Jackson) [R] 33(2)36

Certifying GB officials, analysis of opinions given (Astley) [M] 43(3)61

Computer, using Fisher-Brown plating gauge with (Abela & Jackson) [L] 40(2)26, (McCulloch) [M] 40(3)53

Computers, using to write up a collection (Jackson) [L] 29(5)88

Controls, plating aid (Jackson) [S] 21(1)5

Expert Committee of the RPSL, how it operates (Harman) [L] 38(3)43

Glossary of terms, suggested (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)56

KGV Seahorse issue, blanks for writing up (Kearsley) [N] 45(5)106

Microscope, computer (use of Intel QX3 with KGV 2s 6d Seahorse issue) (Maushammer) [L] 39(1)2

Perforation fingerprints, (1) Measuring the Diameters of Perforation Holes (Escott) [L] 48(3)76

— (2) Using the Long Reach Device (LRD) (Escott) [L] 48(4)96

— (3) A practical example: separation resistance (Escott) [L] 48(4)99

— (4) Recording the results of Perforation Hole Measurement (PHM) (Escott) [L] 48(5)118

— (5) Measuring Perforation Hole Positioning (PHP) using a Mechanical Measuring Device (MMD) (Escott) [L] 48(6)131

— (6) Identifying Faked Perforations (Escott) [L] 49(1)6

— 1d Venetian red (Escott) [M] 50(3)59

Photocopying (Dagnall) [M] 38(4)72, (Smith) [M] 38(5)86

Shades, measurement of (Currie) [M] 38(6)105, (Harman) [M] 39(1)12, (Peacock) [M] 39(1)13, (Allan) [S] 39(1)15, (Cranmer) [M] 39(2)28, (Currie) [M] 39(2)29, (Wiseman) [L] 39(2)30, (Currie) [S] 39(3)51, (McGill) [S] 39(4)76

UV lamps (Wiseman) [N] 32(3)56

Watermarks, light for viewing (Viewlite) (Dagnall) [S] 39(5)100

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Telegraph Stamps

3d Plate 3, colour trials (Pinwill) [L] 52(6)130

3d watermark inverted (Bird) [N] 33(2)40

3d, Plate 3, watermark Spray inverted (Bird) [N] 37(2)37

4d, imperf. (Barrell) [N] 37(2)37

Army telegraph stamps (Lawrence) [L] 39(4)67

Book review, The Telegraph Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain, Langmead & Huggins (Graham) [R] 42(5)116

Colour trials (Young) [S] 22(1)5

— 3d Plate 3 (Pinwill) [L] 52(6)130

Earliest known dates of use (Pinwill & Finch) [L] 49(6)130

Imperforate (Bird) [S] 26(2)31, (Dagnall) [S] 26(5)90

Introduction to (Langmead) [L] 25(5)84

KGV 9d postage stamps on telegraph forms (Wilkinson) [M] 45(1)1

Langmead Collection to British Library (The British Library) [S] 29(5)97

Lundy Island, labels (Lawrence) [M] 43(3)72

Postage stamps, mutilation of (Lawrence) [L] 38(1)10, (Wilkinson) [L] 41(6)120

Private telegraph stamps, cancellations on (Talbot) [M] 51(4)88

Specimens, Universal Private Telegraph Company (Langmead) [N] 25(3)60

Stamp booklets (Lowe & Stirling) [S] 22(3)45

Survey, numbers issued and catalogue values (Graham) [L] 40(2)32

Telegraph form, QV stamps used on (Weston) [M] 48(6)138

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Vending Machines

Balfours machine for stamps and stamped cards, 1891 (Morton) [S] 21(3)31

Postage labels, 1984 [N] 23(3)48

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Watermarks (see Paper)

Large Crown, Type 1, when was it exhausted? (Batty) [M] 46(2)31

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SECTION 3: AUTHOR INDEX

A listing of the articles written by each author.

Authors with surnames beginning with 'A'

Abela, R. KEVII 1d perf. 15 x 14 -- earliest date [N] 34(5)100

Abela, Raymond QV 3d Jubilee on Orange Paper - Date of Issue [S] 38(2)24

— Using the Fisher-Brown Plating Gauge with a Computer [L] 40(2)26

Adnams, E. J. 1863 4d - Plate 4 [N] 23(5)78

— SG 160 Plate Scratch [N] 22(2)25

Aggersberg, D. J. Reply to a Critical Review [M] 27(1)8

Alan Ltd, B. Redrawn Emblems on Country Stamps [N] 25(3)60

Alexander, Crawford Latto, Dr Douglas [M] 38(3)60

Alexander, Dr Jean 'Budget' and 'County' Letter Cards [M] 30(3)56

— 1926 2d Broken Frame [N] 21(1)13

— 1d PUC varieties [N] 26(5)98

— A Very 'Private' Postcard or an Early Letter Card? [S] 21(4)53

— Advertising in sheet margins [S] 31(5)97

— Booklet Cover Design - Mow Cop Castle [M] 34(1)13

— British Stamp Booklets: Front Cover Advertising [M] 35(3)41

— Leonard F. Newbery [S] 29(5)81

— Penny Lilac bisects [N] 30(2)31

— Stamp Booklets - Local Editions [M] 24(3)45

Alexander, Jean 1929 Postage Due Controls [L] 39(3)45

— Mrs Georgina Elizabeth Kermode [L] 43(3)52

— Scottish Stamp Packs [M] 44(2)39

— The Wembley Sideways Roll [L] 48(1)18

Alexander, W. H. C. 4d Surface Printed Variety [N] 21(1)13

— Early Days of the Postal Service [R] 25(3)51

— SG Elizabethan Catalogue, 20th edn, 1984 [R] 22(3)48

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 2 [R] 22(3)48

Allan, Frank V. KGV broken pins [N] 28(3)63

— King George V Shades [S] 39(1)15

Allum, Rowland G. Neal's Steam Press experiment [N] 27(5)97

— Neale's Steam Press Experiment [N] 27(3)59

Amor, Nick 9d Straw Plate 4 First Day Cover [M] 50(2)41

Archer, M. Scott The Numeral '116' Cancellation [S] 25(1)18

Armstrong Dick & Snelson Ken, Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 47(5)115

Armstrong, Dick Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 44(5)116

Armstrong, Dick & Ken SNELSON Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 45(3)66

Arundel, Richard Liverpool spoon cancellations [N] 27(4)74

Astley, Michael Government Parcels Essays [M] 22(2)30

— More about the Edward Ninepenny [M] 22(1)9

— One Shilling Green and Carmine of 1900 with inverted GOVT. PARCELS [M] 43(3)64

— Problems with the 6d IR Official. Can you help? [M] 48(1)12

— Vetting GB Officials [M] 43(3)61

Atkinson, R. S. 1841 1d Plate 25 [N] 22(5)69

— London Postmark [N] 21(3)39

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'B'

B. Alan Ltd, 1976 13p Roses with missing value [S] 27(3)60

— 1981 Butterfly 14p Imperf. [N] 26(3)60

— Armada 1988 error [N] 27(3)60

— Marginal Phantom [N] 27(2)36

BPT Press Release, General and Special Regulations & Guidelines [R] 37(2)40

Badcock, F. R. 1s Green & Carmine on Piece [N] 33(1)13

— Downey Head 1d Die 1b frame break [N] 28(5)100

— KEVII rubber stamp overprints [N] 31(5)96

— KGV Royal Cypher 2d plate marking [N] 28(3)62

— KGV broken pin [N] 28(5)100

— KGV broken pins [N] 28(3)63

— Royal Cypher 2½d coil stamp? [N] 29(4)78

— Royal Cypher varieties [N] 30(3)51

Bainbridge, Steve 1988 £2 Constant Variety [N] 33(1)19

— 1d Royal Cypher plates [S] 29(3)58

— 1½d Block Cypher Advert. Pane - Plate Flaw? [S] 48(1)6

— A Study of the Fifty Pence Cylinder Booklets [M] 29(5)92

— Going Dutch [S] 31(3)55

— KEVIII 2½d Control Omitted - A New Find [S] 48(4)90

— KGV Royal Cypher 1d printing variety [S] 39(2)35

— KGV Royal Cypher ½d -- Plating Notes [L] 34(6)101

— KGV Royal Cypher ½d Plating Notes [L] 36(6)106

— KGV Somerset House 6d (SG 426/426a) Plate 9 [M] 50(6)131

— KGV broken pins [N] 28(3)63

— King George V Notes [M] 39(5)99

— Royal Cypher ½d plate 72 [N] 29(4)79

Baker, Colin H. Edgar Weston [M] 51(1)23

— Official Penny Pink Letter Sheet? [S] 52(2)35

— Postal Stationery Card Without Arms [S] 36(2)36

Baker, Ian R. Double-ring datestamps with star [N] 30(4)79

Baker, John George V Royal Cypher Sheets with No Watermark [M] 48(1)24

Banwell, Anthony 1854 Die I Alphabet II Plate 156 - Perforated! [N] 23(4)64

Barnes, A. J. QEII Cancelled Panes [N] 25(3)60

Barnes, Austin The Complete Deegam Machin Handbook, 3rd edn [R] 41(6)110

— The Dollis Hill Find - An Amplification [M] 52(1)22

Barrell, Bill 'PO/Dept' Overprint on 1864 1d [N] 37(2)37

— A 1d Die 2lphabet 2, Plate 18 imperforate - two new examples [S] 43(6)137

— Cancelled Booklet [S] 41(1)19

— Die 2 Alph. 2 Plates 1-21 Error Imperforate [M] 24(3)34

— Imperforate Plate 49 [N] 25(4)79

— KGVI 2d variety [N] 29(4)77

— Royal Cypher 1d variety [N] 29(4)79

— Telegraph 4d Imperf. [N] 37(2)37

— The Mary Adshead Archive - 1 [L] 45(1)20

— The Mary Adshead Archive - 2 [L] 45(2)38

— The Mary Adshead Archive - 3 [M] 45(4)91

Barrell, H. A. A 1d Die Ilph. II Plate 202 SJ [N] 25(4)79

Barstow, H. G. 1841 2d Blue Plate 3 Variety [S] 43(3)60

— 1d lilac with 'PEARS' SOAP' underprint [N] 44(3)55

— Fishing Port Postmarks [S] 44(2)34

— QV Stamped-to-Order Postcard [S] 43(3)59

Barton, Ray Liverpool Spoon Cancellation [N] 27(3)58

— Sideways Duplex Notes [M] 34(5)96

— The Sideways Duplex Cancellation [L] 34(2)22

Bass, J. W. M. 1884 6d 'lilac and green' issue 'SPECIMEN' wmk sideways-inverted [N] 39(4)75

Bater, Gerry KGVI 'Arms' 5s - New 'T' Guides [S] 30(4)74

— KGVI 'Festival' Five Shillings [M] 30(5)90

— KGVI £1 'Arms' [M] 31(3)48

— King George VI 'Arms' High Values [M] 35(1)12

— QEII Castles -- overprinting contract [S] 34(2)39

— QEII Wilding Definitives Paper [S] 31(5)87

— Sorting the QEII 'Castles' [M] 32(5)88

— Waterlow Embossed Imprint [S] 33(1)13

Batty, Mike 'Treasury Roulette' Plate 163 [S] 48(1)23

— 1d Die 1, Plate 20 (SJ): Triple Check Letter 'S' [S] 35(4)80

— 1d Die 1, Plate 20, SJ: Triple Letter 'S' [S] 50(2)48

— 1d Rose-red Die 2 Plates 58 and 51 [S] 48(3)62

— 4d rose-carmine Large Garter earliest date [M] 52(5)100

— Additions to the Specialised Groups of the Penny Red Stars [L] 48(1)14

— Comments on 1d Plate 77 (2) [M] 48(1)7

— Large Crown Type 1 Watermark [M] 46(2)31

— Machin Bisect [S] 46(2)35

— Penny Black Plate 4 - Variety on JE [N] 37(5)97

— Penny Red Die 1, Plate 79, Stamp HI [N] 35(2)40

— Penny Red Stars Used Abroad: A Plating Record [L] 49(4)73

— Penny Red Stars Used Abroad: A Plating Record (update) [L] 50(2)25

— Re-use of Line-Engraved Plates [C] 39(6)114

— Re-use of Line-Engraved Plates? [M] 38(1)18

— Repeated Double Perforation [M] 43(4)88

— Revision of the One Penny, Die 2, Transitional Period [M] 40(6)114

— SG Spec. C12 Plate 51 'Used in Jamaica'? [N] 48(1)6

— The Plating of the Penny [N] 46(2)36

Beard, J. M. Who paid the deficiency? [N] 32(1)20

Beaver, Revd Christopher M. London Mailcoaches [L] 41(2)26

Beech, D. R. Printing presses at Perkins, Bacon & Petch -- a Puzzle [S] 34(3)60

— Revenue Material in the British Library [N] 32(2)40

Beer, Burkhart 1858 2d Plate 7 Variety [N] 33(1)19

Bellew, Tony KGV Block Cypher ½d Booklet Pane with Watermark Sideways-Inverted [N] 37(2)38

Bendon, James One Shilling Green and Carmine on Cover [N] 23(4)64

Billen, Ludo Curious 'used' stamps [S] 36(1)16

Billinghurst, Keith PUC stapled booklet [N] 28(5)101

— PUC twopence-halfpenny printing variety [N] 28(5)101

— PUC ½d Frame Break [N] 24(3)48

Bingham, Albert 1d Red Perf. Variety [N] 21(3)39

— 1d Rose-Red Plate 60 [N] 21(3)38

— Surface Printed 4d Flaw [N] 21(4)56

Bird, Bill Certificates [S] 45(4)95

Bird, W. P. 1841 1d Plate 25 [N] 22(2)23

— 3d Telegraph inverted watermark [N] 33(2)40

— Donald Forbes-Smith [S] 39(5)83

— Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars [R] 38(3)59

— GB Telegraphs [S] 26(2)31

— KEVII 2s 6d inverted watermark [N] 33(2)40

— KGV Downey Head ½d Die 2, Watermark Crown, 'Scales' variety [N] 37(2)38

— KGV Photogravure 1½d variety [N] 33(2)40

— KGV Royal Cypher ½d, 'Break in Oval' variety [N] 37(2)38

— KGV Silver Jubilee 2½d variety [N] 33(2)40

— New Mulready Advertisements [M] 37(2)28

— Protective Overprints and Underprints [S] 31(5)89

— QV 5d Jubilee Die 1, plate flaw [S] 36(6)111

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 12th edn, 2001 [R] 39(5)98

— Telegraph 3d Plate 3, Watermark Spray Inverted [N] 37(2)37

— The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars [R] 39(4)80

Bishop, Colin The Commemoration Budget Letter Card [N] 37(5)99

Blank, M. J. M. Victorian varieties [N] 28(5)101

Boas, Cliff One Penny Red Imperforate, Plate 13 [M] 27(2)32

Bohn, John Mulready Caricatures Fall Foul of FIP Rules [L] 38(5)81

Bolzan, Dr J. A. 2/6 Seahorse Re-entry [N] 25(1)7

— J51 Wmk Inverted and Reversed [N] 24(2)22

— Jacob Perkins, Inventor [M] 23(5)74

— Philatelic Biography of Charles Frederick Beale [L] 26(3)48

— Simple Cypher Watermarks [L] 25(1)4

— Stamp JJ, Plate 106 [N] 26(4)76

— William Clowes, Printer [M] 27(3)42

Bonello, Carmel 4d rose-carmine Large Garter earliest date [M] 52(5)100

Boyden, Peter B. Tommy Atkins's Letters [L] 25(4)69

Brauers, Theo 1883 Ninepence Green on Cover [M] 39(5)87

— Scarcity of Surface Printed Issues on Cover [M] 38(6)115

— Survival Rate of Victorian Stamps on Cover [M] 52(4)73

— The 1883/84 High Values on Cover [L] 40(4)61

Brookfield, Don KGVI Varieties [M] 36(6)103

— Registered Printed Matter [M] 52(5)102

Brooks, Dr Michael A01 Cancellation [M] 34(6)110

— Alan M. Gilbert, FRPSL [S] 34(3)47

— Ally Sloper Follow-up [M] 34(2)32

— An Update on the Pin (Plug) Flaws [L] 32(2)21

— Charles Dickens Testimonial Label [L] 29(3)52

— Charles Dickens labels [S] 34(2)39

— KEVII Penny Plate 58 [M] 29(1)2

— Research material found in RPS vault [S] 30(1)17

— The KEVII Penny No Watermark (SG 272a) [M] 27(5)81

Brown, Frank KEVII 2d Tablet Flaw [N] 22(2)24

Brown, Ken Registered Printed Matter [S] 52(5)101

Brown, Ken S. A 'Cut-Out' Stationery Question [M] 50(6)128

Bullock, G. Printers' Samples [N] 21(1)13

Bundock, Brian KGV Royal Cypher penny - new plate markings [N] 27(3)59

— New Halfpenny Photogravure Perf. Type [N] 26(5)98

Burgess, Timothy Bryan A Newly-discovered Prince Consort Essay in Red-Brown, Perf. 16 [M] 46(5)106

— Prince Consort Essay in Red-Brown, Perf. 16 - Correction [C] 46(6)142

— The Distribution of Archer-Perforated Stamps: A Deliberate Experiment [M] 47(2)47

— The Prince Consort Essay Revisited [L] 44(4)89

— The Prince Consort Essay in Red-Brown Perforated 16 [M] 45(1)10

Burn, John Plate Numbers on Cover [S] 48(6)137

Buxton, Maurice 'Passed by BPA' [L] 49(3)59

— Two Unusual Late Fee Items [L] 52(6)138

Bygate, Janet KGVI 3d Cylinder 21 no dot/Control L42 [S] 43(2)39

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'C'

Caesley, Edward H. Edgar Weston [M] 51(1)23

Cafetzoglou, George A Favourite Cover [M] 50(1)19

Calver, Gerald 1844 1d Red-Brown Plate 49, TF [M] 41(5)108

— A Remarkable Coincidence [M] 43(3)65

Candlish, Ross 1d Block Cypher CANCELLED Type 28 [N] 29(3)42

— 1d Royal Cypher Variety [N] 25(5)87

— 1½d Silver Jubilee Varieties [N] 26(1)20

— Downey Head 1d Die 2 Frame Break [N] 26(5)99

— Downey Head ½d Die 1b variety [N] 29(4)78

— KGV Silver Jubilee 1½d variety [N] 30(2)35

— KGV missing perforation hole [N] 31(2)40

— National Insurance Stamp Essay [N] 27(2)26

Cassell, Robin Fake (?) Red No. 5 in Maltese Cross [M] 42(1)19

— Turned Envelope with Red and Black Maltese Crosses [M] 44(4)88

Chadwick, Peter 1890 Souvenir Album and an Abnormal Anomaly [N] 24(4)62

— Archer-Perforated Stamps: Statistical Analysis [S] 52(4)75

— Definition of 'Abnormal' [S] 29(4)76

— Numeral Chargemark Handstamps of the British Posts to 1850 [S] 30(2)28

— Surface Printed Bisects [M] 29(4)74

— Survival rates of Victorian stamps [S] 29(2)39

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [S] 41(1)13

Champion, R. H. Newspaper Tax Stamps [M] 22(1)2

Chandler, John Newspaper Notes [L] 21(5)57

— The Numeral '116' Cancellation [S] 25(1)19

Chappell, Andrew 1d Reds with Red Maltese Crosses - New 'Discoveries' [L] 45(2)42

Chappell, G. 1d red plate 165 [N] 29(2)38

— Paper thickness of the 1d red C9s [N] 27(1)13

— SG Spec. C1, Plate 155 [N] 33(1)18

— Stamp AJ, Plate 37 [N] 26(4)76

Cheetham, Phil The Post Magazine Address Panel and its Decorative Borders [L] 52(3)49

Child, Tony QV Varieties [N] 25(5)87

Claridge, Andrew 'Haste Post Haste' [S] 43(2)40

— 'Shaida' Seahorses [M] 31(1)12

— 1841 1d Pink Envelope - First Day Cover [M] 47(5)97

— 2d Part-Imperforate [S] 43(3)60

— Early Use of the Black Maltese Cross [L] 42(3)49

— Penny Black Plate 3 Block of 42 [L] 42(3)58

— Reverse Proof Mystery [M] 44(5)114

Clark, Graham 'Jack' KGV Photogravure 1½d booklet stamp variety [N] 35(3)57

Clark, Jack Harrison Roll Testing Labels with Perfins [S] 43(5)102

— KGV Photogravure Advertisement Booklet Panes from BB17 edition 305 [M] 41(4)61

— King Edward VIII - Stamps from Booklets [L] 42(5)101

— King Edward VIII - stapled booklets [C] 44(4)87

— King George V ½d 'New Moon' Flaw [L] 42(2)25

— The 'Transposed Advert' - SG Spec. NB27(15a) [M] 45(6)122

Clarke, Tim The Famous Plate 77 [L] 48(2)42

Clayton, Howard A King Edward VII 1d Flaw [S] 50(2)47

Cohen, Stanley F. Curious 'used' stamps [S] 36(1)16

— Early Express Cover [M] 34(6)114

— Squared Circle Postmarks of Bath [M] 24(4)56

— Squared Circle Postmarks of Bolton [L] 34(3)41

Compton, R. C. E. 2d Mulreadys with 'Numbers in Maltese Cross' [A] 32(2)40

— Advertisements on the Mulready 1d Envelope and 2d Letter Sheet [M] 33(5)92

— Mulreadys to Overseas Destinations [L] 36(2)28

Cook, Barrie Overprinted Great Britain Stamps used in the United Kingdom [M] 45(4)73

Cooter, John E. QEII Booklet Varieties [S] 33(1)12

Court, John Mystery essays [S] 36(6)110

Courtis, Dr John K. 'London' Handstamp Reveals 'B. F. Stevens' [M] 51(2)38

Courtis, John 'Poste-haste; Post-haste; Post-haste; Delyver these' [M] 51(6)136

Courtis, John K. Spurious Portsmouth Ship Letter Marking [L] 50(6)123

Cranmer, John KGV Royal Cypher halfpenny plate marking [N] 28(3)63

— Measurement of Shades - 1 [M] 39(2)28

Crookes, V. B. 9d Lilac and Green Forgeries [N] 27(3)59

Cunliffe, Derrick Mystery Labels on a Registered Cover [M] 30(4)80

— Penny Lilac Bisected [S] 33(1)8

— Returned Letter Office [S] 28(5)104

Currie, Vic Measurement of Shades - 2 [M] 39(2)29

— Measuring KGV Shades using a Colorimeter [M] 38(6)105

— Shades [S] 39(3)51

Curtis, John Varieties of the 1d Venetian Red [L] 50(1)1

— Varieties of the 1d Venetian Red, Part 2 [M] 50(3)58

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'D'

Dagnall, Harry A Dummy Newspaper Stamp [S] 37(5)81

— A Facsimile Stamp for Junk Mail [S] 42(5)93

— A Postcode Anniversary [M] 48(1)1

— An Introduction to Revenue Stamps [L] 32(1)1

— Annoying Inconsistencies [M] 29(3)44

— Are You Foolish Enough to Collect According to the French School? [N] 30(5)95

— Artwork [R] 41(5)101

— British County Catalogue of Postal History [R] 26(3)42

— British Empire Exhibition Stamps of 1924-1925 [R] 37(4)69

— British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels [R] 33(3)49

— British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels (suppl.) [R] 34(2)31

— British Line-Engraved Stamps: Repaired Impressions [R] 21(3)40

— British Postal Reforms of 1839 to 1840 [R] 28(4)89

— Cancelled Newspaper Stamps [M] 27(2)38

— Catalogue of the Revenue Stamps of the United Kingdom [R] 29(1)10

— Changes in Newspaper Wrappers [S] 23(2)32

— Collecting and Displaying Revenue Stamps [R] 33(3)50

— Colour Trials of Revenue Stamps [S] 37(5)98

— Connoisseur Catalogue of Machin Stamps [R] 25(1)1

— Connoisseur Catalogue of Machin Stamps, 8th edn, suppl. [R] 29(3)42

— Cross Post [R] 23(6)92

— De La Rue's Embossed Dummy Stamp [M] 31(3)52

— De La Rue's QV Revenue Heads [R] 38(5)97

— Designs of the 1929 PUC Low-value Stamps [L] 31(5)81

— A Disaster Narrowly Averted [N] 21(4)55

— Dr Thorpe and the Greens [M] 34(5)91

— Embossed Imprint [N] 24(4)62

— Employment of Women in the Post Office [M] 33(6)112

— Engine Turning 1680-1980, the Tools and Technique [R] 23(1)2

— Envelopes Altered [N] 25(5)87

— Essay for a Postcard Certifying Stamp [M] 29(1)16

— Examination of the Ink & Paper of the CA Postage Stamp KGV 1d Red [R] 36(6)104

— Free Postage for the London Gazette [M] 26(5)85

— From POP to PIP [M] 44(1)1

— GB Telegraphs [S] 26(5)90

— George W. Smith [S] 32(3)59

— Great Britain & Commonwealth Catalogue of Great hsitirB Errors [R] 26(3)41

— Great Britain Road Tax Discs 1921-2000 [R] 39(4)79

— Great Britain and Commonwealth Catalogue of Great hsitirB Errors [R] 25(3)52

— Great Britain: The GB Foreign Rate Postcards 1875-1899 [R] 43(2)34

— The Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878 [R] 32(2)35

— History of Envelopes [R] 35(5)94

— History of the Post in Derby 1635-1941 [R] 29(1)9

— Introducing Postal History [R] 29(1)10

— Introduction to the Stamps of Great Britain [R] 43(3)57

— It's Friends That Count - Stamps Don't Matter [E] 29(3)41

— James Heath - Engraver to Kings & Tutor to Many [R] 28(1)18

— Joseph Coles, papermaker [S] 45(3)64

— Judicial Stamps of Great Britain & Pre-1922 Ireland [R] 35(5)93

— Junk Mail [N] 44(3)55

— Letter Receivers of London 1652 to 1857 [R] 37(4)70

— Letter Sheets Relating to Corn Returns [M] 35(2)30

— The Lion Roars at Wembley [R] 22(3)48

— Lost - One Die [N] 21(5)62

— Mails Under London [R] 38(5)98

— Missing Treasury Essay [N] 23(3)48

— More Thoughts on Design [M] 32(4)73

— More on Vaccination Certificates [M] 33(1)9

— National Postal Museum Review, 1996 [R] 35(5)92

— Newspaper Notes [M] 29(4)68

— Newspapers in the Post [S] 31(2)30

— Origin of the Double & Duplex Cancellations [M] 35(4)71

— Our Back Cover Boy [M] 38(5)99

— Paper for the Government [S] 41(4)77

— Paper: the Essence of Postal History & Philately [L] 47(2)31

— Parcel Mail Company, 1846 [M] 31(3)60

— Passed X-ray [N] 28(5)100

— Petitioning for Cheap Postage [N] 26(5)91

— Plating of the Penny 1840-1864 [E] 26(4)76

— Postage Free, Tax Claim Forms [N] 24(4)63

— Postal Historian's Lament [S] 34(2)37

— Postal Stationery Card Without Arms [S] 36(2)36

— Postal Stationery Graffiti [N] 21(1)12

— Postal Stationery Wrappers [M] 35(1)19

— The Postal Treatment of Class Publications and Prices Current [M] 21(1)2

— Postcards bought before the First Day of Use [S] 43(1)11

— Postmarked Charing Cross [M] 36(1)13

— The Posts of Sevenoaks in Kent [R] 31(2)28

— Production Problems of KGV Postal Stationery [L] 25(3)54

— Rates to Reform: A Guide to the High Postage Rates in GB 1812-1840 [R] 48(1)9

— Returned Letter Office [S] 28(5)105

— Returned from the Dead Letter Office [L] 28(4)92

— Returned letters [S] 29(3)50

— Rex v. Lowden [L] 31(1)1

— Royal Cypher Labels 1701-1922 [R] 43(2)35

— Royal Cypher Labels of Great Britain, Ireland & the Colonies [R] 27(2)37

— Royal Reform [R] 38(6)116

— SG Collect British Stamps [R] 27(2)37

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps [R] 27(2)37

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 5 [R] 27(1)14

— Samuel Roberts [M] 26(2)38

— Some Thoughts on Stamp Designs [M] 31(4)61

— Squared Circle Pmks of the London Suburban District Offices [R] 21(4)45

— Stamp Office dummy stamp [N] 34(5)100

— Stamp Perforation: The Somerset House Years 1848 to 1880 [R] 45(4)88

— Stamps for charity [N] 30(2)31

— Stretched or Shrunk? [M] 39(3)60

— Suggestions for Pictorial Postcards [L] 33(2)31

— Suggestions to Prevent the Re-use of Stamps [S] 35(3)46

— Supercalendering [S] 39(3)51

— Surface printed sixpenny plate 7 [N] 29(3)58

— Taxation on Playing-Cards in England from 1711 to 1960 [R] 39(3)44

— The 1841 Postal Stationery Envelopes [N] 26(3)60

— The 1856-1883 Surface Printed Sixpenny Stamps [M] 29(2)21

— The Dublin Find [R] 45(1)17

— The Life and Work of Charles Whiting and the Beaufort House Press [R] 45(2)48

— The Mystery of the 2½d Newspaper Duty Stamp [L] 40(5)92

— The Place of the Unissued Match Tax Stamp in Social Philately [L] 49(2)25

— The Queen's Stamps [R] 43(2)31

— The Real Cost of Postage [M] 30(3)52

— The Size of a Ream of Paper [M] 41(5)103

— To Photocopy or Not - That is the Question [M] 38(4)72

— Trade Card Poses Some Queries [N] 23(3)47

— Travelling Post Offices & Bag Tenders of GB & Ireland 1839 to 1959 [R] 39(4)78

— Tutill's Parcel Labels [M] 32(5)92

— UK Machine Marks [R] 21(4)45

— Undated Straight Line and Numbered Receiving House Marks [R] 27(3)41

— Was this designed by a philatelist? [N] 35(2)38

— Watermark Viewing [S] 39(5)100

— Wattses' Underprints [M] 39(5)82

— Weighing machine at the GPO [S] 27(4)73

— Working Conditions at the Stamp Office [N] 26(3)59

— Writing for the GBJ - Your Questions Answered [M] 25(1)2

Daniel, Frank 'S'-in-circle mark [S] 28(1)16

— The Budget Letter Card [N] 30(4)79

Daniels, Pete Miscut Machin pane [N] 31(5)96

— New Machin Discoveries [S] 34(1)18

Davies, John The 1890 Jubilee Christmas Card [L] 45(2)25

— The Genesis of the Jubilee Envelope [L] 50(1)11

Davis, Austin 1883 Ninepence Green on Cover [S] 39(6)115

— 4d Late Fees on Inland Registered Mail 1863-1878 [L] 46(3)59

— An Early York Registered Handstamp [M] 44(4)85

— Early Post Office Express Labels [L] 51(5)116

— Early Post Office Express Mail [L] 50(5)97

— Scarce Victorian Postage Stamps of Great Britain on Cover [R] 42(2)30

— Transitional Condition of the 1d, Die 2, and the Question of Revision [L] 40(5)81

— Victorian Inland Postal Rates [L] 39(5)92

— Victorian Postal Scales [M] 40(1)20

Davis, Austin K. 'Most Exceptional' [M] 23(1)11

— Ally Sloper [M] 28(3)76

— Aspects of Victorian Inland Mail [L] 36(5)84

— Case of an Early Blue Line [M] 34(3)58

— Early Blue Lines on Registered Mail [S] 34(4)75

— Express Mail 1891-1899 [M] 35(1)7

— Inland Registered Mail, 1841-1854 [M] 27(4)62

— More on Postal Rates [M] 26(2)23

— One Penny Die 2 Transitional Shades 1856-57 [M] 34(1)10

— One Shilling 'Jubilee' [M] 23(5)68

— One Shilling Green and Carmine on Cover [M] 26(5)96

— Privately Manufactured Letter Cards [S] 32(5)91

— Provincial Numeral Series '116' Cancellation [M] 24(4)61

— QV 4½d Jubilee used on Inland Mail [M] 35(1)16

— Queen of Diamonds [M] 31(3)56

— Stamped to a Higher Order [M] 26(2)36

— Three Pence British Empire Post Card, 1889-1890 [M] 24(5)67

Deadman, Derek Stamps on Mauchline Ware Boxes [L] 37(3)41

— The Tunbridge Ware Stamp Box [L] 34(5)81

Dent, Dr Keith KGV Royal Cypher ½d Plating [N] 37(5)99

Dent, Keith Downey Head ½d Die 1a Plate Flaw? [S] 41(2)40

Dixon-Patterson, Ian Two interesting Line-Engraved items [S] 27(4)72

— ½d Die 1b - Frame Break [N] 23(5)78

Donaldson, Andy Wattses' Underprints [N] 39(5)83

Dougherty, T. G. C. 9d Govt Parcels [S] 29(2)30

Doupe, H. S. 1937 Coronation Stamp [N] 24(4)63

— 1½d PUC Variety [N] 21(1)13

— KEVII Medallion Cracks [N] 23(4)51

— KGVI The Obliteration of the Controls [M] 21(3)34

Driver, Michael KEVIII 1d, Control A36, Cylinder 7 dot [S] 48(2)48

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'E'

Earl, W. C. 1d black on 1 May 1840 cover [S] 29(2)24

Eden, R. V. 1841 2d Blue, Plate 3, NE [N] 30(2)35

— 1841 2d Plate 3 - Retouching of the Check Letter E [M] 31(3)58

— KEVII 3d offset variety [N] 29(4)77

— Wilding 6d bisect [N] 30(1)19

Edwards, Dennis First United Kingdom Aerial Post 1911 [S] 31(2)29

Escott, David B. 'Is this a Genuine Perforation Error?' [M] 50(3)59

— Perforation Fingerprints Part 1 [L] 48(3)76

— Perforation Fingerprints Part 2 [L] 48(4)96

— Perforation Fingerprints Part 3 [L] 48(4)99

— Perforation Fingerprints Part 4 [L] 48(5)118

— Perforation Fingerprints Part 5 [L] 48(6)131

— Perforation Fingerprints Part 6 [L] 49(1)6

— Redefining Archer Stamps [L] 52(4)77

— Stamps with Wing Margins [M] 49(5)117

Evans, D. F. De La Rue Castles 2s 6d Offset [M] 35(2)34

Evans, Martin I. R. Taylor Letter Sheet [S] 36(5)90

— Postal stationery card variety [S] 36(1)17

Evans, Martin B. 'Not Addressed' (2) [M] 46(2)34

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'F'

Fairhurst, Martin Downey Head 1d Die 1b variety [N] 29(4)78

— KGV Royal Cypher halfpenny variety [N] 27(2)36

— PUC twopence-halfpenny variety [N] 29(1)18

— Royal Cypher 1d variety [N] 29(1)19

— Royal Cypher 1½d frame break [N] 29(4)79

Fawcett, Mrs Henry Employment of Women in the Post Office [M] 33(6)112

Feldman, Hugh V. London Post Receivers [S] 30(2)29

Fenning, James 1d stamp SG Plate 197 [C] 28(4)80

Ffooks, Oliver O. 1883 Dull Green - the 'HO' Forgeries [S] 27(2)35

— 1884 Colour Trials Without Corner Letters [M] 33(4)69

— Lilac and Green Issue 1884-1886, Coloured Paper Trials [L] 33(2)21

Finch, Tony Availability of 1d blacks [S] 29(2)25

— Curious 'used' stamps [S] 36(1)15

— Post Office Telegraphs: Earliest Known Dates [L] 49(6)130

— Rarity of certain Line-Engraved plates [S] 30(2)35

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 4 [R] 27(3)59

— Silk Stamps [N] 32(2)39

— The Rare Plate 53 [N] 33(4)75

— Who paid the deficiency? [N] 31(5)96

Fisher, Harold W. The GB Line-Engraved Issues of the Victorian Era [R] 21(3)40

— The Plating of the Penny, Volume 2 [N] 24(2)19

— The Plating of the Penny 1840-1864 [A] 23(1)16

— The Plating of the Penny, 1840-1864, Vol. 2 [A] 23(2)28

Fisher, Tony 1841 1d Plate 9 [M] 51(1)12

Flamank, R. A. KEVII One Penny - Plug Flaw Type E [S] 23(6)83

Fletcher, Bill Validity of Overprinted Great Britain Stamps [L] 41(1)8

Folkard, Robert G. A 1d Die 2lphabet 3, Plate 53 [S] 34(2)40

— Flaw on Twopence Plate 4 perforated [S] 30(1)20

— QV - Line-Engraved Study Circle Notes [S] 21(4)51

— The 1852-4 One Penny Die I. Plates 155-176 - The 'Unhardened' Plates [L] 30(1)10

— The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars [R] 34(2)29

Forbes-Nixon, John 'Stitched Up!' [S] 47(2)30

— 'WITHIN WEIGHT' Handstamp [S] 37(5)98

— 1881 Boat Race [M] 50(3)57

— A Premature Postcard [S] 29(1)15

— A Remarkable Coincidence [S] 40(1)17

— A Two-Faced Cover! [S] 48(5)128

— A Very Special Archer Cover [M] 47(4)96

— A new Find [M] 47(6)121

— American Civil War -- Service Suspended [M] 25(5)98

— Charge Marks [M] 25(2)25

— Counterfeit Coin [S] 46(3)68

— Cover of Character [S] 38(1)5

— Education, Education, Education! [S] 45(6)121

— End of the Maltese Cross Obliterator [M] 41(5)104

— First Day Covers of the 2½d Rosy Mauve, 1 July 1875 [M] 49(6)138

— HMS Atalanta and the 'Bermuda Triangle' [M] 44(6)139

— Haste Post Haste [N] 26(1)20

— Irritated Irish Postal Clerk - 31 May 1840 [M] 49(5)119

— Not Addressed [M] 46(1)1

— Postage Due Marks [N] 21(5)62

— Postcards bought before the First Day of Use [M] 42(6)130

— Registered Postcard [M] 52(1)24

— Registered Printed Matter [S] 52(5)101

— Royal Puzzle [M] 33(2)37

— Stoneham Catalogue of British Stamps 1840-1985, 8th edn [R] 23(6)92

— The First Postal Label of 1840? [M] 50(4)84

— The One That Got Away! [S] 45(1)5

— The Rare 1854 'ONE PEENNY' Red [S] 49(1)22

— Unusual London District Office Cancellations [M] 46(6)142

— Whoops! [S] 48(1)5

Forbes-Smith, D. SG 162 - Frame Break [N] 21(5)63

Frajola, Richard An 1840 Freight Money Usage [M] 43(2)28

Fryer, Gavin The Production and Use of the KGVI Dulac Adhesives [L] 45(3)56

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'G'

Galland, Bob 'Not Addressed' (1) [M] 46(2)32

— Die Proofs of December 1866 [M] 35(3)43

— Diplomatic Bag Labels [M] 49(5)114

— Lilac and Green Die Proofs: Vertical or Horizontal Format? [M] 37(5)94

— Not Addressed [M] 47(3)61

— QV Surface Printed (1855-83): Plate and Current Number Proofs [M] 34(5)89

— QV Surface Printed 1855-83: A Check-list of Coloured Die Proofs [L] 37(2)21

— QV Surface Printed 1855-83: Matched Die and Striking Book Proofs [L] 33(3)56

— QV Surface Printed Die Proofs 1855-83: Vertical or Horizontal Format? [L] 33(5)88

— QV Surface Printed Die Proofs with Pencilled Numbers [M] 32(4)70

— QV Surface Printed Die Proofs: 'Old', 'New' and Associated Designs [L] 34(3)49

— Rare Surface Printed Stamps on Cover: The LH-FL Error [M] 43(2)46

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 47(5)115

— Returned Unaddressed Letters [L] 51(4)74

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 16th edn, 2011 [R] 51(1)10

— Surface Printed 2s Brown on Cover [L] 38(5)88

— Surface Printed First Day Covers [M] 50(1)8

— Surface Printed Postage Stamps 1855-1883, Corrections and Additions [L] 50(4)86

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [M] 46(6)135

— The 1s Plate 5 and 6 Anomaly [L] 50(3)49

— The Truro Crown Cancellation [M] 46(6)139

Garnsey, John Shades [S] 42(5)97

— The Cambridge Blue Seahorse [M] 42(1)24

Gati, George Earliest 1840 Twopenny Blue Block used on Cover [M] 39(4)72

Gee, Fred Oxford College Stamps - in the 1970s! [M] 51(3)68

Gessler, Henry Chelmsford Distinctive Cross? [S] 25(3)59

Gibbons-Partridge, J. Line-Engraved Colours and the 'Penny Blue' [M] 32(4)78

Gilbert, Alan M. 'We all make mistakes' [S] 30(1)7

— 15 September 1990 - the opening meeting [S] 29(1)12

— 17 March 1990 [M] 28(4)87

— 1935 Silver Jubilee [M] 24(4)60

— Alan Huggins, MBE [S] 34(2)21

— Booklet Issues - KGV to QEII [S] 29(3)56

— Booklets and Stamps of KGVI and QEII [S] 27(3)45

— British Letter Mail to Overseas Destinations 1840-1875 [R] 31(4)80

— British Occupation of Former Italian Colonies [R] 26(4)64

— Collect British Postmarks, 5th edn [R] 28(3)75

— Display 18 November 1989 [S] 28(1)2

— Do You Know Your British Stamps? [R] 32(1)15

— Early Line-Engraved [S] 30(1)7

— From Our New President [S] 30(3)41

— Penny Lilac - the Inverted X [M] 33(4)70

— Perkins, Bacon Revenues of Great Britain and Ireland [S] 30(2)28

— Postage Dues [S] 27(3)46

— Postal History -- 16 March 1988 [S] 26(4)79

— President's Display [L] 31(4)67

— Proofs and Stamps of King Edward VII [S] 29(3)56

— Provincial Meeting in Birmingham -- 21 March 1987 [S] 25(4)61

— Purphilex 92 [S] 30(3)51

— Sherborne -- A Postal History [R] 26(2)39

— The Harry Dagnall 'Thank You' Award [N] 30(3)54

— The Penny Lilac Bisected [M] 32(1)18

— The President's Display [S] 29(1)14

— The Surface Printed Issues [S] 29(3)56

— United Kingdom to Europe [S] 30(1)7

— Usages of the Surface Printed issues [S] 29(3)56

— Valuables by Post [S] 27(2)34

Good, Ernest The Centenary of the Queen Victoria 'Jubilee' Issue [M] 25(2)21

Goodman, Andrew Penny Red Stars, Part 2 - KA to TL [R] 35(1)17

Gould, Dr M. H. 'Sit-in Strike' [N] 21(3)39

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War [L] 21(6)84

— Double-Ring Datestamps with Star [M] 30(2)38

— Irish Redirected Cover - Route Taken [C] 40(1)14

Gowland, J. S. KGV Photogravure 1½d booklet stamp variety [N] 34(5)100

Gowland, John Barred numeral used in 1937 [S] 43(6)137

— KGVI 3d Control 'Ghost' [S] 43(1)12

— Multipositives for the KGV Photogravure ½d and 1d [S] 42(6)135

— Perforation of the Early Photogravure Low Value Stamps [L] 47(1)4

— Type 2 Perforator Development [M] 48(6)139

Grafton, Bob The 'H' Flaw on Penny Red Imperf., Plate 79 [S] 36(1)18

Grafton, Robert 'GPO'-Rated Barred Numeral Cancels on the 1841 1d [M] 46(3)57

Graham, Conrad The Telegraph Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain [R] 42(5)116

Graham, Dr Conrad British Government Telegraph Stamps 1876-1881 Nos Issued & Cat. Vals [L] 40(2)32

Graham, M. A. M. Postal Cover to Major-General F. S. Russell, CMG [M] 27(1)10

Griffin, Peter 1898 Request for Plate 77 [S] 48(4)91

Griffin, Peter G. 1841 2d Plate 4 - 'C-over-D' [S] 30(2)27

— 1887 5d Die 1 [S] 30(2)35

— 1929 PUC ½d value [S] 29(5)96

— 1d Die 1, Plate 164, KG [S] 41(2)23

— Distinctive Maltese Crosses [N] 29(4)67

— PUC Varieties [S] 28(3)64

— The £1 Green SG 212 stamp JD [N] 30(2)31

— Wembley 1d 'roulette' [S] 29(2)27

— Wembley coil stamps [N] 29(5)97

Griffiths, B. The Invalidation or Demonitisation of Postage Stamps [S] 40(3)52

Griffiths, John O. London Ship Letter [S] 27(2)37

Grimson, D. 1d Lilac Varieties [N] 21(1)13

Grimwood-Taylor, James A 'Coat of Arms' Cachet [S] 22(4)61

— A Second 'Duke of Wellington 1847 Postcard' [M] 43(3)49

— Duke of Wellington 1847 Postcard [M] 36(5)81

— Fletcher Collection at the British Library [M] 28(1)8

— Overseas Letter Forwarded with a 1d Black [M] 43(3)56

— Palmerston Diplomatic Bag Label and Caricature [M] 49(5)113

— Penny Black Flaw [N] 33(1)18

— Postal History of the British Archipelago [L] 24(4)50

— The 'Unique' Raines and Porter 1d Red Postal Fiscal Envelope [M] 36(6)102

— The Chichester Road 'Hot Cross Bun' and '1 in Circle' Marks 1681-87 [L] 38(4)62

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'H'

H & B Philatelists Ltd, 1855 2d blue partially imperf. [N] 29(2)39

— 1864 'C88' cancellation [N] 28(1)16

— Downey Head halfpenny Die 1b - frame break [N] 28(4)80

— William Morgan imperf. [N] 27(2)36

Hacket, Alastair Forth Road Bridge GPO FDC: Emergency Printing [M] 46(2)39

Hanson, Colin The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [M] 44(2)38

Hanson, Jim Downey caricature [N] 30(5)98

Hanson, R. S. 1841 Plate 64 Stamp CK [S] 38(4)78

Harding, John Postally Used Surface Printed Imprimaturs? [S] 40(3)48

— The Line-Engraved Halfpenny [R] 43(2)31

— The Post Office and the Colleges [R] 43(2)33

Harman, Chris Great Britain 5s & 10s Seahorses [S] 45(6)142

Harman, Christopher G. Circular Delivery Companies: Their Stamps and Forgeries [L] 22(2)18

— De La Rue Proofs for the 1867 Paris and 1871 London Exhibitions [M] 21(4)42

— Dr Robert Champion [M] 43(1)4

— Expert Committee of the Royal Philatelic Society: How it Operates [L] 38(3)43

— Forged Departmental Official overprints [N] 31(4)64

— GBPS meeting at Stamp World London 90 [S] 28(4)88

— King Edward VII 1d 'Blood Red' shade [N] 33(4)72

— King George V Shades [M] 39(1)12

— Provincial Meeting at Bournemouth [M] 27(2)33

— Queen Elizabeth II Waterlow Castle High Values 1955-1958 [R] 28(4)89

— Shakespeare Stamp [L] 34(4)71

— Specialised Machin Catalogue [R] 28(1)19

Harmers Auctions SA, 1d black on 2 May 1840 cover [S] 29(2)25

Harmers of London, Imperf. Technology [N] 21(3)39

— Mulready Woodblock [S] 29(4)80

— The 'Wills' Collection [M] 28(1)12

— The First Days of May 1840 [S] 29(2)23

— The Mercantile Papers [M] 26(4)65

Harris, Trevor KEVII -- flaw on the 7d value [N] 34(4)80

— The KEVII Threehalfpence [L] 30(4)63

Harris, Trevor I. The KEVII Column [L] 42(5)111

— The King Edward VII Column [L] 42(3)65

Hart, A. C. 1864 1d Plate 225 [N] 28(5)100

— Early use of 1d blacks [N] 29(3)57

Hart, Dr John L. 4d with wing margin on cover [S] 29(2)40

— Delivering to Mr Belton in Belton! [S] 31(1)14

— Hands across the Sea [N] 26(3)60

— One Shilling Green and Carmine on cover [N] 28(1)16

Harvey, Ian 'Flexography -- Fact and Fiction' Re-visited [L] 41(5)89

— Booklet Panes of Two - a Correction [C] 32(2)39

— KEVIII Booklet Panes of Two [M] 31(5)91

— KGV Photogravure Booklet Pane Advertisements [M] 35(5)95

— KGV Photogravure Booklet Panes [S] 35(2)38

— KGV Photogravure booklet pane advertisements [N] 36(1)17

— KGV Photogravure booklet panes [N] 35(3)59

— KGVI 1d booklet cylinder numbers [S] 30(1)19

— KGVI and QEII Booklet Panes of Two [M] 30(5)92

— Proofs for the Pre-Decimal Machin Booklet Covers [C] 34(2)37

— Recent Fake Overprints [L] 37(4)73

— Series 3 Booklets [S] 32(4)80

Hawkes, Peter KEVII 1d Plate 58: Harrison's Cut on Row 18 [M] 52(3)56

— KEVII 6d variety [N] 27(1)13

— Uncatalogued Plate Usages in the Later Printings of the KEVII Sixpence [L] 33(1)1

Hayward, Graham Square Datestamp with Indented Corners [S] 41(4)78

Hazell, Brian 10d Jubilee Issue [M] 41(2)25

— The 'Jubilee' Tenpence of Queen Victoria [M] 30(5)96

Herrity, David Plymouth/Norwich Distinctive Maltese Cross Enigma [M] 38(6)101

Herrity, David J. Peebles' Cancelling Practice [M] 37(2)36

Hewlett, M. R. Avoiding high postal rates, etc [M] 30(2)34

— Perfin History [N] 22(2)24

— Railway Cancellations [N] 22(2)24

Higson, Andrew 1883 2s 6d Early Date: A Comment [S] 49(5)101

— The Truro Crown Cancellation: A Comment [S] 49(3)70

Hills, Dr Richard L. Taxation of Paper in Great Britain 1643-1861 [R] 36(4)78

Hoitink, Willem A. B. Numberless '1844' Cancellations [N] 40(3)46

Holliday, Ivan Bath Postal Museum [M] 37(3)58

Hollins, Winston 1864 Penny Plates - Repair to Plate 124 [L] 35(1)1

— Alphabet 5 Penny Plates [C] 36(2)25

— D27 Numeral Cancellation [S] 37(6)117

— Die 1 Plate 40 - KB [L] 47(3)65

— Geoffrey Mason [S] 38(3)59

— One Penny Plate 129 Die 2 [L] 38(6)108

— Penny Red Plate Numbers - the Repair to Plate 193 [M] 36(3)41

— Penny Red Plate Numbers: Repair by Retouching on Plate 73, Stamp BC [M] 34(5)90

— Possible Re-Use of Line-Engraved Plates [S] 39(2)22

— Postally Used Surface Printed Imprimaturs? [S] 40(3)49

— Probability & Chance: Repaired Impressions from the Later Penny Plates [L] 33(5)81

— The Rainbows: Wax or Wane? [L] 43(4)73

— Twopence Plate 8 [L] 35(2)24

— Would You Buy a Used Stamp From This Man? [M] 34(1)16

Holman, John More on the Demonetisation of Obsolete Stamps [M] 40(4)77

Holt, Mike 1990 1d Black miniature sheet error [S] 30(1)18

— 1990 1d black miniature sheet - recess printing omitted [N] 29(1)18

— 1998 The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Imperforate [N] 37(6)117

— 1998 The Queen's Beasts - Missing Green [N] 37(3)50

— KGVI 2/6 miscut booklet [N] 27(5)98

— Machin 14p imperf. [N] 27(5)98

— Modern QEII Varieties [M] 30(3)59

— QEII Varieties [M] 33(3)51

— Shakespeare dummy stamps [N] 29(3)59

— Spectacular 14p sheet [N] 27(5)98

— The 'Dollis Hill' Wilding Experimental Phosphor Trials [L] 45(6)128

Homer-Wooff, Graham King George VI ½d and 1d Booklet Panes of Four [L] 51(5)100

— The 1d and 2d Chalmers Treasury Essays [L] 47(1)9

Hopkinson, Martin 'Fingering the Cash'! [M] 52(6)142

— Embossed Stamps Cut to Shape [M] 34(2)34

— The Size of a Ream of Paper [M] 41(4)76

— The Use of Embossed Postage Stamps to France [M] 52(2)33

— The Use of Green Tape on Registered Letters [M] 47(1)1

Horsey, John VR Official Trial Cancel in Red [M] 47(5)112

Huggins, Alan 10d Embossed Cover from the Re-Issue Period [S] 42(5)95

— A W. H. Smith & Son Advertising Collar Mystery [M] 47(2)26

— An Amazing Discovery [M] 46(4)73

— King George VI 'Emergency Stamps' [L] 44(6)121

— A Radford Henry (Harry) Dagnall MAKC, FRPSL [M] 50(3)62

— Robert Folkard FRICS, HonFRPSL [M] 50(5)105

Huggins, Alan K. British County Catalogue of Postal History, Volume 3, London [R] 21(6)73

— British Stamps [R] 24(1)3

— Covers from the Re-Issue Period of the Tenpence Embossed [L] 41(5)85

— The De La Rue Years 1878-1910, Vol. 1 [R] 23(1)1

— The Die Proofs of Waterlow & Sons [R] 24(1)3

— Editorial [E] 23(6)81

— For the Benefit of Trade and Commerce [R] 25(4)74

— Great Britain Railway Letter Stamps: A Handbook [R] 25(4)74

— Harold W. Fisher, RDP, FRPSL [S] 24(3)33

— Introduction & Guide to the TPOs of GB [R] 21(4)45

— London Fancy Geometric Postmarks [R] 23(1)2

— Notes on Victorian Embossed Postal Stationery [R] 25(4)74

— Postage Envelope Series [S] 21(3)36

— Postal Stationery News [N] 21(4)56

— Postmasters' Circulars and Instructions Relating to Postal Stationery [M] 21(5)63

— Private Post, New Series No. 6, 1983 [R] 21(1)5

— Private Post, New Series No. 7, 1984 [R] 22(1)16

— Railway Sub Offices of GB [R] 21(4)45

— Robson Lowe [M] 35(5)90

— Ronald A. G. Lee, RDP, FRPSL [M] 28(3)58

— Royal Mail: The Post Office since 1840 [R] 24(1)3

— SG Collect British Stamps [R] 24(1)3

— SG Collect British Stamps, 34th edn, 1984 [R] 22(4)63

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps [R] 24(1)3

— SG Part 1 Catalogue, 86th edn, 1984 [R] 22(1)16

— SG Part 1 Catalogue, 87th edn, 1985 [R] 22(4)63

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1 [R] 24(1)3

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 3 [R] 22(4)64

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 4 [R] 24(1)3

— Stamps and Postmarks Illustrating the History of NATO [R] 22(1)16

— Stoneham Catalogue of British Stamps, 7th edn [R] 23(1)2

Hughes, Howard Early Use of Penny Black Plate 1b [S] 39(6)114

— End of the Maltese Cross Obliterator [M] 42(4)90

— Maltese Crosses used in the London Inland Office during 1843 [L] 50(6)135

— No Sunday Maltese Crosses in London [M] 47(2)42

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 16th edn, 2011 [R] 51(1)7

Hunt, F. T. Downey Head perf. 14 control [S] 31(4)63

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'J'

Jackson, John W. Admiralty Mediterranean Steam Packets 1830-1857 [R] 40(5)95

Jackson, Mike 'Herewith My Frank . . . ', 2nd edn [R] 29(1)11

— 'King George VI ½d and 1d Booklet Panes of Four' - Correction [C] 51(6)138

— 'The Bookmark' Catalogue of British Decimal Stamp Books [R] 37(5)84

— 'Ultramar' Overprint [S] 38(4)80

— 1839 Treasury Essay at Phillips [S] 36(6)111

— 1840 2d Plate 2 GI - Correction to Dendy Marshall's Reconstruction [S] 49(4)96

— 1841 1d, FG, Line through F square [S] 42(4)89

— 1841 Covers to Berlin [M] 42(6)134

— 1855 1d Reserve Plates R18, R19 & R20 -- Correction [C] 34(5)100

— 1858-79 Penny Plate 225 [N] 33(1)19

— 1864 1d Plate flaw [N] 28(5)100

— 1980 British Conductors Perforation Variety [M] 41(4)79

— 1992 £2 Harrison Castle with Complete Set-Off [M] 47(3)70

— 1d Die 1 Plate 77 B-blank [S] 51(2)48

— 1d Plate 10 Perforation Experiment [N] 48(4)89

— 1d Plate 11, TI [S] 43(6)136

— 1d Plate 142, Re-entry on LL? [S] 42(4)89

— 30 Years [N] 49(1)24

— 40 Years of Machins - A Timeline [R] 45(4)90

— 4d rose-carmine Large Garter earliest date [S] 52(4)76

— StampMaster - A GB Database System [R] 32(3)60

— A Matched Pair of Turned 1d Pinks [M] 50(1)6

— A New Mulready Caricature Discovered [M] 41(3)60

— A Timeless Classic: The Evolution of Machin's Icon [R] 45(4)84

— Board of Trade Perfins [M] 49(5)116

— British County Catalogue of Postal History, Vol. 5 [R] 28(4)88

— British Stamp Exhibitions, 2nd edn [R] 46(1)3

— British Stamp Printers [R] 44(3)49

— British Victorian Stamps [R] 35(3)60

— Cancellations of the 1841 Penny Red [R] 29(4)71

— Charge Marks of the 4d Post 1839-1840 [R] 28(5)103

— Collect British Postmarks, 8th edn [R] 50(6)127

— Collect British Postmarks, 9th edn [R] 52(3)69

— Collect British Stamps [R] 39(2)34

— Collect British Stamps, 59th edn [R] 46(2)48

— Collecting British Squared Circle Postmarks [R] 26(3)41

— Collecting British Squared Circle Postmarks - Supplement No. 4 [R] 38(2)40

— Collector's Guide to the Care and Repair of Books and Documents [R] 29(5)98

— Comment [E] 30(4)61

— Computers and Philately - 1 Writing up a Collection [L] 29(5)88

— Connoisseur Catalogue of Machin Stamps, 8th edn [R] 28(1)19

— Control Plating Aid [S] 21(1)5

— Correction [C] 42(6)136

— Cyprus Green [S] 42(2)48

— David Feldman advertisement [E] 52(2)35

— Deegam Catalogue of Elizabethan Coil Leaders [R] 25(5)92

— Die 4-Handstempel der Experimental Fourpenny Rate [R] 40(5)96

— Die 4-Handstempel der Experimental Fourpenny Rate, 5 Dec. 1839 [R] 41(5)101

— Don Madden FRPSL [M] 47(3)72

— Dotty Downey Head Controls [S] 33(6)109

— Downey Head 1d Die 1a Perf. 14 [L] 50(4)73

— Downey Head Advertising Card? [N] 26(3)60

— Downey Head booklet panes with upright watermark inverted! [S] 27(3)60

— Downey Head halfpenny - partial double prints [S] 27(5)97

— Downey Head halfpenny Die 1b - plate flaw [N] 27(5)98

— Downey Head penny Die 2 - plate marking [N] 27(5)97

— Downey Head ½d 'Kiss Print' [N] 26(5)98

— Downey Head ½d Die 2 'Dots on Dolphin' Flaw [M] 51(5)113

— Downey Head ½d Perf. 14 Control Copy [M] 38(5)85

— Dr R. W. Powell, FRPSL [S] 29(2)30

— Early Use of Penny Black Plate 1b [M] 39(5)90

— Editorial [E] 38(1)1

— Editorial Announcement [E] 26(4)61

— Editorial Tribute [E] 27(4)61

— Embossed Imprints [M] 36(3)58

— Ex Luce Lucellum [R] 31(5)86

— Fakes Forgeries Experts [R] 37(2)40

— Find of KGV Proofs and Essays [M] 24(5)68

— The First Elizabeth II Castle High Value Definitives [R] 43(3)58

— Fletcher Collection transferred to the British Library [S] 27(4)74

— For the Port and Carriage of Letters [R] 29(1)11

— From the Mauritania UPU Specimen Archive [M] 49(6)141

— GB Postal Stationery, Price List of Registered Envelopes [R] 37(2)40

— GB at Harmers [M] 33(5)94

— GB at Stampex (BPE) 87 [M] 25(5)88

— GBPS Successes at Stamp World London 90 [M] 28(3)60

— GBPS at Stampex 87 [S] 25(3)52

— Give Us Back Our Eleven Days [R] 30(1)9

— Great Britain Rarities [R] 33(5)93

— Great Britain's Rarest Postage Stamp to be Auctioned [M] 38(3)42

— Great Britain, Government Parcels Stamps and their Usage, 1883-1904 [R] 34(2)31

— Guide to Post Office Archives [R] 26(2)40

— Harry Dagnall: A Bibliography [R] 44(6)137

— Index to Cinderella Philatelist 1961-1985 & Private Post 1977-1985 [R] 25(5)92

— International Postage rates 1890s-1957 [R] 49(1)23

— KEVII Varieties [S] 26(2)31

— KGV 1d Die 1b Variety [N] 24(3)48

— KGV 1d Royal Cypher Variety [N] 24(3)48

— KGV Block Cypher 1d Control D 25 [S] 39(2)35

— KGV Downey Head 1d Die 1a [L] 26(4)68

— KGV Downey Head Plating Study [M] 30(4)70

— KGV Downey Head Somerset House Controls [L] 23(6)86

— KGV Downey Head Somerset House Controls, Corrigenda [C] 24(2)20

— KGV Downey Head ½d Die 1A [A] 23(2)32

— KGV Downey Head ½d Die 1a - a Study of the Plates [L] 21(1)6

— KGV Photogravure with Inverted Watermark - a Correction [C] 38(1)20

— KGV Photogravure ½d perf. type [N] 35(3)57

— KGV Royal Cypher 1d variety [N] 36(4)80

— KGV Royal Cypher letter codes [S] 29(3)58

— KGV Somerset House 6d [S] 51(1)24

— KGV Varieties [L] 26(1)15

— KGV Watermarked Papers [L] 28(5)106

— KGV missing pin [N] 30(4)79

— KGVI 1d booklet cylinder numbers [C] 30(2)31

— KGVI Silver Wedding 'Specimen' [N] 27(1)13

— King Edward VII 1d proofs [S] 49(6)140

— King Edward VII 1d shades [N] 49(2)48

— Late Use of Numeral Obliterators [M] 44(2)29

— Line-Engraved Answers [N] 44(2)34

— Local Posts of the Midland Counties to 1840 [R] 31(5)86

— London No. 3 Maltese Cross [N] 40(1)5

— MArch or MAy? [S] 42(5)97

— Machin Bisect [N] 46(2)35

— Machin Self-Adhesive 'Dagger' perforations [S] 40(4)70

— Map of Postroads of England and Wales [R] 35(2)37

— More on Britain's Rarest Postage Stamp [S] 39(2)21

— Morocco Agencies: the Overprinted Edward VII issues of GB 1907-1913 [R] 31(2)28

— Napier Perforating Machines: The 1874/78 Modifications [C] 36(3)53

— National Postal Museum Review of 1994 [R] 33(5)93

— National Postal Museum Review of 1997/98 [R] 37(1)20

— National Postal Museum Review, 1992 [R] 31(3)54

— Nauru 1915-1923: A Study of the Adhesives of Great Britain overprinted [R] 43(4)90

— New 'Archival' Protectors [N] 27(1)14

— New Expert Committee for Machins? [S] 52(5)99

— Nissen Reconstructions of the 1d Black [M] 51(3)70

— Penny Black Plate 11 OG [M] 48(6)129

— Penny Black Plate 3 Block of 42 [L] 42(3)58

— Philatelic Literature Sales offered by HH Sales Limited 1987-2007 [R] 49(1)24

— Philatelic Terms Illustrated [R] 42(2)33

— Post Office Notices 1666-1800 [R] 28(1)18

— Postage Due Mail Study Group Journal: Cumulative Index to Issues 1-36 [R] 45(3)65

— Postal Markings of England, London and Wales 1661-1900 [R] 24(4)62

— Postal Reform and the Penny Black [R] 28(5)104

— Postal Stationery Wrappers [R] 31(5)86

— Postcode Label [S] 48(1)3

— Prussiate of Potash - correction [C] 43(1)12

— Queen Victoria 1887 Jubilee Year 2003 Price List [R] 41(1)7

— Ralph Allen of Bath, Postal Pioneer [R] 49(1)24

— Robert Folkard Collection at Phillips [M] 37(1)10

— Royal Cypher letter codes [S] 29(1)19

— Royal Household Mail [R] 30(3)53

— Royal Mail in Leicestershire [R] 36(3)60

— Royal Philatelic Collection buys Penny Black cover [S] 39(1)1

— SG Channel Islands Postal History Catalogue, 1st edn, 1991 [R] 30(1)8

— SG Collect British Stamps [R] 36(1)19

— SG Collect British Stamps, 50th edn, 1998 [R] 37(1)20

— SG Collect British Stamps, 51st edn, 2000 [R] 38(1)17

— SG Collect British Stamps, 53rd edn, 2002 [R] 40(1)12

— SG Collect British Stamps, 54th edn [R] 41(1)7

— SG Collect British Stamps, 61st edn, 2010 [R] 48(1)11

— SG Collect British Stamps, 62nd edn, 2011 [R] 49(3)69

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps [R] 36(3)60

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 15th edn [R] 37(2)40

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 16th edn, 2000 [R] 38(2)40

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 17th edn, 2001 [R] 39(4)80

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 18th edn, 2002 [R] 40(3)47

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 19th edn [R] 41(4)78

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 20th edn [R] 42(5)116

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 21st edn, 2005 [R] 43(3)58

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 22nd edn [R] 44(3)50

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 23rd edn [R] 45(3)65

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 24th edn [R] 46(5)101

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 25th edn [R] 47(3)62

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 26th edn, 2010 [R] 48(6)143

— SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 29th edn, 2014 [R] 52(3)69

— SG Concise Catalogue [R] 36(4)78

— SG Concise Catalogue, 14th edn, 1999 [R] 37(4)72

— SG Concise Catalogue, 15th edn, 2000 [R] 38(4)80

— SG Concise Catalogue, 16th edn, 2001 [R] 39(4)80

— SG Concise Catalogue, 17th edn, 2002 [R] 40(4)66

— SG Concise Catalogue, 18th edn, 2003 [R] 41(5)102

— SG Concise Catalogue, 21st edn, 2006 [R] 44(4)84

— SG Concise Catalogue, 22nd edn, 2007 [R] 45(4)89

— SG Concise Catalogue, 23rd edn, 2008 [R] 46(4)95

— SG Concise Catalogue, 24th edn, 2009 [R] 47(3)62

— SG Concise Catalogue, 25th edn, 2010 [R] 48(6)142

— SG Concise Catalogue, 26th edn, 2011 [R] 49(5)120

— SG Concise Catalogue, 28th edn, 2013 [R] 51(5)104

— SG Concise Catalogue, 29th edn, 2014 [R] 52(6)141

— SG Great Britain Concise Stamp Catalogue, 20th edn [R] 43(4)90

— SG Great Britain Numbers Issued 1840 to 1910 [R] 28(5)103

— SG Great Britain Numbers Issued 1840-1910 [R] 46(4)95

— SG Part 1 Catalogue, 89th edn, 1987 [R] 24(4)49

— SG Part 1, 113th edn, 2011 [R] 48(6)143

— SG Part 1, 114th edn, 2012 [R] 49(6)142

— SG Part 1, 115th edn, 2013 [R] 51(4)90

— SG Part 1, 116th edn, 2014 [R] 52(3)68

— SG Specialised Catalogue [R] 26(3)42

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1 [R] 30(4)68

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 2 [R] 28(1)19

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 2, 11th edn, 1999 [R] 38(1)16

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 2, 13th edn, 2009 [R] 48(1)10

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 3 [R] 26(2)40

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 3, 10th edn [R] 37(1)20

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 3, 11th edn [R] 44(3)50

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 3, 12th edn, 2011 [N] 49(3)69

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 4 [R] 29(4)72

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 4, 10th edn, 2008 [R] 46(4)94

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 4, 9th edn, 2000 [R] 38(4)79

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 4, Part 2, 10th edn, 2010 [R] 48(6)142

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 5 [R] 36(3)60

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 5, 3rd edn [R] 40(3)47

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 5, 3rd edn, 1st suppl., 2000 [R] 38(3)59

— Scots Local Cancellations Illustrated, 1854-1860 [R] 23(3)33

— Sent from the Isles of Scilly [M] 51(2)47

— Shades of Confusion [C] 49(5)120

— Sir Leonard Atkinson, KBE, FRPSL [S] 28(4)78

— Sleaford Crimson Maltese Cross [S] 49(2)48

— SmartStamps: The Shape of Things to Come? [M] 42(2)28

— Some unusual items from Phillips [M] 30(2)32

— Specialised Machins Catalogue [R] 32(1)15

— Specimen Stamps - Correction [C] 51(4)85

— Spoon Cancels 1853-1870 [R] 30(4)68

— Stamp World London 90 - Special Issue [C] 28(4)80

— Stamp World London 90 awards [C] 28(4)80

— Stamps [R] 26(2)40

— Sterling Stamp & Stationery Album [R] 33(2)36

— Stock Exchange Forgery Plate 6 [L] 42(1)20

— Stoneham Great Britain Stamp Catalogue, 12th edn, 1998 [R] 36(6)104

— Taxation of the Printed Word [R] 37(4)69

— The 'Buccleuch Find' twopenny block offered for sale at Spink [S] 37(1)13

— The 'Cawardine' Collection [M] 39(6)112

— The 'M and P Holding' sale [S] 29(1)19

— The British County Catalogue of Postal History Midlands Edition [R] 51(5)105

— The Collection of Inland Late Fees in the 1840s [L] 46(5)108

— The Correct Address [S] 35(4)61

— The Directory: International Stamp Traders' Directory and Handbook [R] 48(4)104

— The End of Free Franking as Told to the Marines [L] 40(1)1

— The Englishman who Posted Himself and Other Curious Objects [R] 49(1)23

— The Fitzpatrick-Thomas Letter of 1840 (Ferguson) [R] 51(5)104

— The GBPS at Stamp World London 90 [N] 28(1)1

— The Inland Posts 1392-1672. A Calendar of Historical Documents [R] 25(5)92

— The King Edward VII 2003 Price List [R] 41(1)6

— The King's Obsession - A King and his Stamps [R] 51(6)141

— The Midland Counties Mileage Marks and Mail Routes to London [R] 43(6)121

— The Myth of James Chalmers' Adhesive Postage Stamp of 1834 [L] 51(5)106

— The Penny Lilac, Part 2 [R] 30(1)8

— The Philatelic Filmography [R] 45(4)85

— The Philatelic Year 1989 [R] 29(1)11

— The Philatelic Year 1990 [R] 29(2)31

— The Philatelic Year 1991 [R] 30(3)53

— The Post-Office [L] 42(6)117

— The Postal History of the City of York [R] 42(2)34

— The Pre-Decimal Regional Stamps [R] 46(5)101

— The Private Post 1986 to 1989 [R] 27(5)96

— The Rubber Datestamps of Cumbria [R] 42(2)33

— The Society Publishes Two New Books [E] 38(3)41

— The Stamp King [R] 48(6)143

— The Stamp Show 2000 - Out with a Bang! [E] 36(6)101

— The Stamp Show 2000 - a Large Vermeil for the GBJ [E] 38(3)61

— The Stoneham Catalogue of British Stamps 1840-2005 [R] 45(1)18

— The Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in English Provincial Offices [R] 30(1)9

— The Work of Jeens and Chalon in a GB Collection [C] 30(1)9

— The £5 Orange [R] 51(6)140

— Threatening Letters [M] 39(6)110

— UK Taxe Marks for International Mail 1875-2000 [R] 46(1)3

— Undated Circular Marks of Somerset and Dorset [R] 30(2)30

— Undated Circular Marks of the Midland Counties [R] 25(5)92

— The Undated Circular Marks of the Midland Counties [R] 24(4)49

— Uniform Fourpenny Post in Ireland [R] 29(2)31

— Use of the 1894 Coded Time System in British Post Offices [R] 38(1)17

— Using the Fisher-Brown Plating Gauge with a Computer [L] 40(2)26

— Variety Club News [R] 37(5)84

— Variety Club News, Spring 1996 edn [R] 34(4)78

— W. de L. M. Messenger [S] 43(5)101

— Waterlow Procedures - KGVI 'Arms' to 'Festival' High Values [R] 30(4)68

— Wattses Underprints [M] 40(1)15

— When was the First Day of Use of the 2d Blue? [L] 41(6)126

— Wrapper for William Joynson Paper [M] 47(5)120

— Year 2000 Price List [R] 38(4)79

— £5 Orange 'Serpentine Flaw' on Stamp BN [M] 43(2)44

— £5 Orange Plate Flaws [S] 43(3)60

Jay, Barrie Robert Martin Willcocks, RDP [S] 36(4)71

Jenkinson, Martin 1d Plate 171, SK [S] 42(4)90

Jessop, Gordon I. R. Taylor letter sheet [S] 36(6)110

Johnson, F. M. 1839 Treasury Competition - Benjamin Cheverton's Contribution [M] 21(4)54

— The 1852-4 One Penny Die I. Plates 155-176 - The 'Unhardened' Plates [L] 30(1)10

Johnson, Robert 'SHIP LOST' and 'SHIP SUBMARINED' [M] 45(1)8

— 4d Late Fees [M] 41(1)12

— It wasn't always 'Whoops'! Sometimes it was deliberate [M] 48(5)122

— KGVI 'Arms' issue 10s ultramarine on cover [L] 49(5)102

— More Usages of the KGV 9d Agate and the 7d Olive [L] 46(1)14

— Parcel Post Red Privy Council Labels [L] 44(5)109

— Pattern Post [L] 43(1)13

— The 'L4' Late Fee Marl - Recorded Covers [S] 46(3)63

— The Late Use of the Ten Pence Embossed [L] 41(1)14

— Unusual Usages of KGVI High Values [L] 50(2)42

Jones, Allan Block Cypher controls [N] 35(2)40

— KGV - The 'PENCF' Error [L] 39(6)101

— KGV 1½d 'PENCF' Error [C] 40(2)25

— KGV Block Cypher 1½d variety [S] 34(4)80

— KGV broken pins [S] 29(2)40

— King George V 1½d [L] 31(2)35

Jones, Lionel D. Postal Fiscals [M] 30(5)81

Jones, T. S. Posts of Sevenoaks in Kent [R] 30(3)54

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'K'

Kaiserman, David 4d Vermilion varieties [S] 50(3)71

— Downey Head 1d Die 1a Perf. 14 [M] 50(6)133

— Downey Head 1d Die 1a Perf. 14 - The Latest Chapter [M] 52(3)71

— KGV Block Cypher 2d -- date of issue [N] 34(6)117

— KGV Varieties [M] 51(6)138

— Ye Jubilee Poftal Karde [N] 34(6)115

Kaltwasser, Walter 100th Anniversary of the 1d Red [S] 41(5)102

Kearsley, Bryan Bradbury's 2s 6d Seahorse Shades [C] 50(3)72

— De La Rue's 10s Blues [L] 47(6)124

— Discovering 2s 6d Seahorses [L] 46(4)75

— Discovering 5s & 10s Seahorses [L] 45(5)106

— Discovering £1 Seahorses [L] 44(5)97

— Disputed Jersey Postmark [L] 46(1)4

— Even More Seahorse Discoveries [M] 44(6)141

— KGV Seahorses - Yet More Discoveries [L] 44(2)25

— More Seahorse Notes [L] 46(1)9

— New Revelations about Bradbury's 2s 6d Seahorses [L] 50(2)34

— Seahorses Revisited [L] 39(3)52

— Shades of Confusion [M] 49(4)86

— The Fascination of Early Diplomatic Bag Labels [L] 49(2)30

— The Many Shades of De La Rue's 2s 6d [L] 47(4)86

— Those Cambridge Blues [M] 42(4)76

— Those Magnificent Diplomatic Bag Labels [L] 49(5)109

Kearton-Gee, Kerry Die 2 Alphabet 3 'O' Flaws [S] 40(5)89

Kegg, Gordon King Edward VII 1d Shades [L] 48(5)105

— King George V 1d Shades [L] 49(3)49

— King George V Royal Cypher ½d Shades [L] 52(2)36

Kent, Guy 1857 4d Rose on Thick Glazed Paper, Variety wmk Large Garter Inverted [N] 37(5)98

Kenton, Phil Guest Editorial by Our New Hon. Secretary [E] 29(3)42

— Mail 'by British' to and from Latin America c. 1800-1880 [M] 31(2)32

Kewley, Leslie Double-ring datestamps with star [N] 30(3)58

Kibby, Scott A New Machin Proof? [L] 52(6)121

— Seel and (Maybe) Ye Shall Find - A New Archer [M] 50(6)129

Kinabrew Jun., J. M. Control Numbers and Plates of the KGV 6d SH Printings 1913-33 [M] 23(1)3

— Plates and Controls of the Block Cypher 5d-1s [M] 26(5)82

— Plating and Controls of the Block Cypher 4d [S] 27(4)69

King, Richard KEVII 1d Variety on R2/12 [S] 48(4)90

Kirk, A. J. 1d Red Plate Numbers - How were the Letters Entered? [M] 23(4)50

— A Guide to the Machins [S] 28(4)87

— A. I. Matthews [S] 32(1)20

— An Interesting Postmark [M] 29(5)85

— An interesting postmark [S] 30(1)20

— Circular Delivery and Oxford College Stamps [S] 26(2)21

— Date of issue of embossed stamps [N] 27(5)97

— Display 16 September 1989 [S] 28(1)1

— Displays at the AGM -- 21 May 1988 [S] 26(4)80

— Great Britain Errors and Varieties [S] 27(3)46

— Guided Tour of Newspaper Stamps [M] 27(1)19

— Interesting Letter [M] 24(5)66

— J. Silkin, FRPSL [S] 29(5)81

— King Edward VII Penny and its Postal Use [M] 26(3)43

— London Inland and District Postmarks of 1844 [M] 24(4)58

— London Postal History and the Royal Navy [S] 27(3)47

— Morocco Agencies - 17 September 1988 [S] 27(1)18

— Open Meeting on 20 February 1988 [S] 26(4)77

— Penny Lilac - 'Inverted' Control Letter X [S] 30(4)69

— Postal History -- Where will it end? [S] 25(5)81

— Postal History of London 1663-1900 [M] 32(2)32

— QEII 'Castle' stamps 1955-1970 [S] 28(1)2

— QEII -- Before and After Decimalisation [S] 25(4)61

— Stamp PK, Plate 139 [N] 26(4)76

— Stampex Meeting on 5 March 1988 [S] 26(4)78

— Surface Printed Issues of 1880-1884 [N] 26(2)22

— The Bishop Mark [M] 27(5)90

— The Channel Islands [S] 25(5)81

— The President's Display [S] 27(3)45

— The President's Display - King George V [S] 25(2)21

— The President's Guest [S] 25(4)62

— The President's Guest -- 16 April 1988 [S] 26(4)80

— The Reign of Queen Victoria [N] 29(1)13

— The Taxes on Knowledge [R] 30(3)54

— The back of the book [S] 29(1)14

— Were 1d Blacks on Sale Before 6 May 1840? [S] 28(4)78

Kirkham, John B. KEVII 1d 'Blood Red' [N] 33(2)40

Klempka, Edward The Dollis Hill Find - An Amplification [S] 52(1)23

Knight, David 1d Machin Bisect [S] 46(4)95

— Marking of Textiles for Excise & Customs Duty [R] 34(4)78

— SG Concise Catalogue [R] 34(4)78

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'L'

Lajer, Andrew 1853 Government Trial Perforation Variety Imperf. Between [N] 37(5)99

— 1903 Striking Book proof for booklets [N] 35(1)20

— 1988 Christmas, Eror of Value [S] 37(6)117

— Downey Head 1d variety [N] 27(2)36

— KGV Photogravure 1½d Booklet Stamp Variety [N] 37(5)100

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [M] 41(5)106

Lajer, Andrew G. Downey Head Booklet Stamp Variety [S] 46(6)136

— King Edward VII 1s Die Proof of Frame [S] 43(2)27

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [M] 46(6)135

Langmead, Peter An Introduction to the Telegraph Stamps of Great Britain [L] 25(5)84

— Universal Private Telegraph Company Specimens [N] 25(3)60

Latto, Dr Douglas A Misperforated QV 4d [N] 25(4)79

— Charging More or Less for Booklets [M] 32(1)16

— Imperforate 2½d Jubilee [M] 25(1)14

— Penny Lilac Bisected [M] 33(1)5

— QV Surface Printed Die Proofs with Pencilled Numbers [M] 32(4)70

— Romance of British Postage Stamps [S] 25(3)50

— The Romance of British Postage Stamps [M] 23(1)13

Lawrence, A. A. King Edward VII -- Flaw on the 7d Value [S] 34(3)58

Lawrence, Sam Army Telegraph Stamps [L] 39(4)67

— Booklet Perforation [M] 24(5)70

— KGVI Booklet Panes of Two [S] 22(1)8

— KGVI and QEII Booklet Panes of Two [M] 21(1)14

— Lundy Island Telegraph Creations [M] 43(3)72

— Mutilation of Postage Stamps for the Pre-payment of Telegrams [L] 38(1)10

— Notes on Booklet Trials and Dummy Stamps [M] 26(3)56

— Private Letter Cards [N] 33(4)74

— QEII Booklet Panes Overprinted 'CANCELLED' [M] 25(2)29

Leathart, David Specimen and Cancelled Stamps [L] 51(3)56

— The Mystery of the Horseshoe Specimen [M] 50(1)22

Leivers, Dr David One Penny Die II, Plate 53 [S] 32(4)72

— Possible Re-Use of Line-Engraved Plates [S] 39(2)22

— The Final Repair of 2d Blue Plate 8 [L] 46(4)89

— Were Line-Engraved Plates Re-used? [L] 37(1)1

Leslie Wilkinson, Cyprus Green? [S] 42(6)137

Levett, John Detoured Mail as a Result of the Franco-Prussian War 1870-1871 [M] 27(5)92

— Message from the Outgoing President [E] 29(1)1

Lewis, Meirion London Inland Section Numberless '1844' Cancellations [M] 40(1)12

Lewis, Meirion F. 10d Jubilee Issue with Distorted Lower Ornament [S] 41(1)18

— Barred Oval 'Trial Cancellations' [M] 43(5)119

Lewthwaite, David 1841 1d Plate 171, SJ [S] 43(3)59

— 1841 1d red-brown Plate 10 with Inverted Watermark [S] 39(4)70

— Barred Numeral Cancellation 373 on the 1841 1d [M] 46(2)38

— Imperforate Plate 186, TB [S] 45(1)5

— Line-Engraved Notes [M] 43(2)42

— Plating of the Penny 1840-64 [S] 27(5)96

— The Plating of the Penny [M] 46(2)37

Little, I. R. Liverpool spoon cancellations [N] 27(4)74

Livingstone, Brian Why 'Heraldically' Incorrect? [M] 48(6)150

Lockton, Michael Advertising Rings [M] 44(2)30

— Official Penny Pink Letter Sheet [M] 51(5)97

— Postal Stationery 'Cut-Outs' [L] 50(5)108

Lockton, Michael H. 'S'-in-circle postmark [N] 27(4)74

— 3d Rate and Penny Pinks [M] 31(4)78

— Advertising Rings - A New Find? [L] 40(6)104

— Airmail Etiquettes [M] 38(1)14

— Early Private Letter Cards [M] 30(2)37

— Evolution of British Stamped Postcards and Letter Cards [R] 23(6)92

— Fourpence Late Fee [L] 46(3)64

— John Levett [M] 46(4)96

— Machin Postal History [L] 39(2)23

— Numbered Maltese Crosses [M] 35(1)10

— Penny Pink Letter Sheets [L] 38(2)33

— Penny Pinks: the Date of Issue [M] 26(5)93

— Postal Stationery of Great Britain [R] 23(6)92

— The First Express Post Label [M] 29(1)20

— Vaccination Certificates [M] 32(5)96

Louis, Karl 'Circle over M' Flaw confirmed on 1865 4d Plate 11 [M] 45(4)82

— 10d Jubilee Issue [N] 41(2)24

— 1855 6d Lilac - An Unusual Perforation [M] 34(1)14

— 1857 2d, Plate 6: Repaired Impression SL [M] 32(5)94

— 1865 4d Vermilion Variety [M] 36(5)83

— 1883 2s 6d - early date [S] 45(4)83

— 2d Mulreadys with 'Numbers in Maltese Cross' [S] 32(1)20

— A new find of an 1862 3d Rose Abnormal Plate 3 [M] 45(1)11

— A01 cancellation [N] 35(2)37

— Curious 'Used' Stamps [M] 35(3)52

— Early Use of Penny Black Plate 1b [N] 40(1)15

— Emblems Watermark Errors: a New Discovery [M] 33(4)76

— I. R. Taylor Letter Sheet - a Fifth Example [N] 37(5)97

— Mixed Numbers in Maltese Crosses [S] 35(1)11

— More on the Demonetisation of Obsolete Stamps [M] 40(4)80

— Numbers in Maltese Crosses [S] 34(6)117

— One Penny Die 2, Plate 53, SF [S] 33(1)18

— One Shilling Green and Carmine of 1900 with inverted GOVT. PARCELS [L] 43(4)80

— Penny Black Plate 1b Mint Blocks [M] 43(1)1

— Rare Surface Printed Stamps on Cover: The LH-FL Error [M] 43(2)46

— Red Maltese Crosses on 1d reds [M] 45(4)94

— States of the 2d Blue [M] 50(6)121

— Surface Printed Postage Stamps 1855-1883, Corrections and Additions [L] 50(4)86

— The Truro Crown Cancellation [M] 46(6)139

— Transitional Shades Identified as Beaufort House Printings? [M] 41(1)1

— Twopence Plate 6 -- Two States of 'SL' [S] 25(3)49

— VR Official Trial Cancel in Red [M] 48(2)40

Loveland, Ray 'Green' Phosphor Booklets [M] 25(4)75

— 1937 Coronation Stamp - control letters [S] 33(6)111

— Graphite Line Booklets [M] 25(3)44

Lowe, A. J. Some GB Stamp Booklets [L] 22(3)43

Lowe, Robson House of Stamps Forgeries [M] 32(5)82

— The Plater's Supper of 1928 [N] 28(1)17

Lush, John World's First Postcodes? [L] 21(4)46

Lyon, Pat 1940 Centenary Exhibition Miniature Sheets [M] 38(2)38

Lyon, Patricia 'Broken pins' on Alphabet III stamps [N] 30(4)79

— Marginal line on Plate 204 [N] 35(2)39

— Marginal lines on Line-Engraved sheets - correction [C] 36(1)16

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'M'

MacArthur, Ian KEVII 1d Plate 58 - the Missing Control [N] 33(4)74

— KEVII 1d perf. type [N] 36(1)17

— KGV Royal Cypher ½d plate flaw [N] 35(4)80

— OUS overprint query [N] 35(4)80

Machin specialists, SG Specialised Vol. 4 -- A Critical Review [R] 26(4)62

Madden, Don 1855 1d Reserve Plates R18, R19 & R20 [L] 34(4)67

— Crown Watermarked Paper Used From 1855 to 1879 [L] 30(3)42

— A Die IIlphabet III, C7 discovery: Plate 31 [N] 35(3)60

— Editor's Amendments to Penny Red Stars, Part 2, KA-TL by G. C. Tonna [M] 35(3)56

— Emergency Printings after the Fire at Perkins, Bacon [L] 41(3)41

— Large Crown Watermarks: Types I and II [S] 29(3)51

— Late Use of the Die II Plate 53 One Penny [S] 34(6)113

— One Penny Die II Alphabet III: the Rare Plate 53 [L] 32(3)41

— Perforation Varieties of the Die II Alphabet III One Penny [M] 30(2)21

— Perforation varieties on the Penny Red [S] 31(2)40

— Reversed Large Crown Watermarks [M] 35(5)81

— Semi-Spoiled Sheets [M] 42(4)74

— The Fate of Spoilt Sheets [M] 42(5)108

— The Rare Plate 53 [M] 33(5)87

— Treasury Roulette Mystery [M] 31(1)11

— Two More Imprimaturs from Plate 53 [S] 35(2)21

— Victorian Reams [M] 42(3)62

— Watermark of Line-Engraved Die 1 Stamps [M] 34(1)1

Mahon, Denis 1d Die 2 Plate 64 - A Lucky Find [S] 51(4)73

— Correction [C] 47(2)30

Mark, Graham 1940 Stamp Centenary Miniature Sheet [S] 38(3)47

— 1d Block Cypher Double Print [N] 25(4)80

— Airmail Etiquettes [S] 40(1)14

— Airmail to Jersey 1936? [S] 31(5)90

— Constant varieties in Block Cypher controls [N] 35(1)20

— Downey Head Halfpenny Die 1a Perf. 14 (SG 323a/SG Spec. N1b) [L] 31(1)15

— Handling Registered Mail at the Liverpool Censor's Office in WWI [M] 52(6)135

— Irish Redirected Cover - Route Taken [C] 40(1)14

— KGV Cancelling Lines [L] 36(4)72

— KGV Photogravure 1d Printed on the Gummed Side [M] 38(1)7

— KGV Royal Cypher 'Currency Paper' [M] 34(1)19

— KGV Varieties [M] 24(3)40

— Letters in Duplicate [L] 52(3)58

— Railway Express Service [S] 29(4)76

— Royal Cypher 1½d - Control K 18 [N] 31(5)96

— Royal Cypher ½d - new plate marking [N] 30(5)94

— The 'Half-Crown' Priority Letter Scheme of WWI [L] 51(4)91

— The Invalidation or Demonetisation of Postage Stamps [S] 40(3)50

— The KGV Mystery Tramlines [S] 30(2)30

— The Last Week of Postage Due Adhesives, January 2000 [M] 39(3)58

— United Kingdom Letter Rates - Inland and Overseas - 1635 to 1900 [R] 42(2)32

— Use of 9d King George V Stamps - 2 [M] 45(1)2

Mark, Hans van der KGV Photogravure variety [S] 34(2)38

Maskrey, Peter A 1d Die 1, Plate 66D - 'D over A' [S] 43(5)97

— 2d Blue Plate 4 'P' Flaw [M] 44(2)32

— 2d Blue Plate 4 - 'P' Flaw [S] 43(5)102

Massier, Jerold M. GB Used in Monaco [M] 30(4)72

Maunder, Kevin 1d Die 1 lettered JK, Plate 148? [S] 43(6)136

— 1d Die 1, Plate 5, Provisional Printing: Stamp GB, State 2, in Black [M] 51(2)33

— Amendments and Corrections to the Cataloguing of Plate 5 Repairs [C] 51(6)137

— The Cataloguing of 1d Die 1, Plate 5 Repairs [M] 51(2)35

— The Plating of the Penny [N] 46(2)36

— The Plating of the Penny - Mulready Group Update of Volume 4 [L] 49(6)121

— The Plating of the Penny - Mulready Group Update of Volume 5 [M] 51(6)134

Maushammer, Bob QV 1½d Jubilee Frame Damage [S] 51(6)126

Maushammer, Robert J. 6d Lilac Variety [N] 25(4)79

— A New KGVI Arms 2s 6d Green Re-entry? [M] 44(4)83

— Hybrid Large Crown Watermark Paper: Two New Discoveries [M] 42(4)84

— Large Crown Watermark: Types I and II on C10-13 [L] 43(1)19

— Missing Perforation Holes on Penny Reds [M] 31(2)31

— QV Jubilee 4½d - Varieties on the Left-side 'C' Pane Stamps [L] 35(3)47

— QV Jubilee 5d Variety [S] 32(4)80

— Seahorses: More Bradbury, Wilkinson 5s Varieties [M] 46(3)71

— Surface printed watermark varieties and survival rates in general [S] 29(1)18

— The Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s 6d Seahorses [L] 39(1)2

— Varieties on the QV Jubilee 2½d [M] 37(5)82

Mayne, John The 'A01' Cancellation Used on Togo Mail [M] 40(3)60

McBride, Ken A Tale of Prussian Blues [M] 43(1)5

— Cyprus or Cypress? [M] 42(6)132

— Helping to Identify KEVII Coated Papers [M] 50(5)106

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 2, 12th edn [R] 43(6)139

McCann, Peter 1883/1884 High Values on Revenue (Blued) Paper [L] 49(5)97

— A New Destination for the 1s Orange-Brown Watermark Spray (SG 151)? [M] 52(4)90

— A Study of 500 Covers with Embossed Postage Stamps 1847-1864 [L] 51(2)25

— Earliest Known Use of the 1876 4d Vermilion [S] 49(4)91

— Possible First Sunday (10 May 1840) Penny Black Entire [M] 47(1)22

McCulloch, John A. Using the Fisher-Brown Plating Gauge with a Computer [M] 40(3)53

McGill, Steve KGV Shades [S] 39(4)76

McLennan-Smith, A. J51 Wmk Inverted and Reversed [N] 24(5)78

Meir, Andrew M. QV 1s Green Emblems Watermark Reversed and Misplaced [N] 33(4)73

Melrose, Dr W. M. The 'A01' Cancellation [M] 34(4)76

Melrose, Max Exported on Drawback [M] 43(4)87

— Halfpenny Pink Downey Head Cut-Outs [M] 51(1)21

— Jersey Postmark [S] 46(1)8

— KGV 7d on Express Cover [M] 45(1)13

— Parcel Post Privy Council Licence [S] 45(1)3

Messenger, W. de L. M. 1d Red, Die 2, Plate 32, FL - Can You Explain? [M] 41(4)64

— 1d Red, Die II, Plate 56 [N] 30(3)58

— Alphabet 5 Penny Plates [L] 35(4)62

— Alphabet 5 Penny Plates - correction [C] 36(1)18

— Corrigenda [C] 33(5)100

— Current Numbers [L] 37(2)30

— Day and Night Work - A Postscript [M] 37(3)60

— Did Anything Happen in 1867? [S] 29(2)31

— A Die 2lphabet 3, Plate 22 [M] 41(2)21

— Early Line-Engraved Stamps - Day and Night Work [M] 33(5)99

— Imperforate Stamps and Neale's Steam Press Experiment [M] 26(5)95

— KGV Photogravure Sizes [L] 37(4)64

— KGV Photogravure Sizes - Corrigenda [C] 37(5)100

— Line Engraved 2d Plates 1 & 2, Production and Delivery - a Postscript [S] 34(5)88

— Line-Engraved 1d Die II Plates 67 and R17 [S] 28(1)20

— Line-Engraved 2d Plates 1 and 2 -- Production and Delivery [L] 34(4)61

— More on Neale's Steam Press Experiment [S] 27(2)34

— Neale's Steam Press [C] 38(6)114

— Neale's Steam Press Experiment 1854-1856 [L] 38(5)92

— A One Penny Die IIlphabet III: Plate 53 [S] 32(5)81

— One Penny Official, Plate A [M] 33(1)14

— Penny Black: Numbers Printed and Numbers Issued [S] 33(4)76

— Penny Lilac - 'inverted' control letter X [N] 33(4)72

— Penny Red Plate Numbers - the Repair to Plate 193 [C] 36(4)80

— Perkins, Bacon's Plate Series Numbers [S] 27(5)83

— Photogravure Sizes - Further Observations [M] 38(1)4

— Plates in Reserve [L] 36(1)5

— Plating the Line-Engraved stamps [N] 35(2)40

— Printing presses at Perkins, Bacon & Petch -- a Puzzle [S] 34(2)40

— Prussiate of Potash [M] 42(6)136

— QV Line-Engraved Plates: Withdrawal and Defacement [L] 36(5)91

— Re-used Line-Engraved Plates [M] 39(3)41

— Rose Pink [M] 42(5)94

— Shades of 1d red 'stars' - a cri de coeur [S] 30(2)22

— Some Further Thoughts on LCI and LCII Watermarks and on Plating [M] 43(2)25

— Spoilage Rates of QV Line-Engraved Stamps [S] 25(5)82

— The Beaufort House Printing [S] 40(6)101

— The First Paper Contract for Line-Engraved Stamps [L] 41(4)71

— The First Paper Contract for QV Line-Engraved Stamps [M] 41(2)23

— The steel engraving plates for the 1d Black and 2d Blue [S] 30(1)18

— Toned Paper [N] 43(1)12

— What was Rose Pink? [M] 42(4)78

— Women in the Post Office [S] 34(1)18

Miller, Jerry H. From Hill to Bickerdike: The Experimental and Early Machine Postmarks [L] 43(5)103

Millson, Gordon A Look at Missent Mail [M] 26(2)35

— Missent to Ryde [N] 26(5)99

Mitchell, E. J. Numbers in Maltese Cross - a '6' or a '9'? [M] 38(2)39

Mollett, Peter Large Crown Watermark Reversed [M] 39(1)18

— Overprinted Halfpenny Stamps of the Office of Works Department [L] 37(4)61

Moorcroft, Alan British Censorship of Civil Mails during World War I 1914-19 [R] 39(1)20

— KGV Cancelling Lines [L] 36(4)72

— KGV Experimental Paper 1924 [L] 37(6)112

Moran, Mike KGVI 1d booklet pane [N] 29(3)43

— One Shilling SG 101 - early date [N] 29(4)77

— The 3d Rate [N] 32(2)40

Morgan, Glenn H. QEII ink sample proofs [S] 34(4)80

Morton, W. L. Balfours & Co. Ltd Postage Stamp and Stamped Post Card Machine [S] 21(3)31

Mottram, J. T. Variety on SG Spec. C10 Plate 59 PL [S] 41(2)37

Moubray, Jane A Chinese Penny to Pay [N] 26(3)59

— More on Postal Rates [N] 26(3)60

Muir, Douglas Downey Head Printed Offset [L] 46(2)25

Muir, Douglas N. 1839 Treasury Competition Essay at Phillips [S] 37(1)11

— StampMaster - GB Database [M] 32(4)65

— Cyprus Green? [S] 39(5)81

— Demonetisation of Obsolete Stamps [L] 40(4)71

— Edward VIII and his Essays [M] 23(6)93

— Returned from the Dead Letter Office [C] 28(4)81

— Seahorse Experimental Plate: New Discoveries [L] 48(3)49

— What is an Essay? [N] 33(4)75

Murray, Peter KEVIII 2s 6d To Pay [N] 21(4)56

— Photogravure Phantoms [N] 21(5)62

Murton, Bob More on Vaccination Certificates [S] 33(1)11

— Privately Manufactured Letter Cards [S] 32(5)90

Musry, Alan A Question of Numbers [M] 43(1)8

— Air Mail Panes in British Stamp Booklets [L] 52(4)82

— Coloured Advertisements in British Stamp Booklets [L] 51(3)49

— Wilding Booklet Discovery [S] 41(1)19

Myall, Douglas The 4p Machin Colour Mystery [L] 40(6)108

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'N'

NPM Press Release, Return of Material to the National Postal Museum [L] 36(3)44

Najjar, Abed H. 1856 One Shilling Green with extra 'o' variety [S] 48(6)137

— Plate Numbers 71-225 on cover [M] 48(4)84

— The Plate Repairs to the 1858-79 1d Rose-Red [L] 51(2)40

Najjar, Abed Habib Great Britain: The 1858-1879 1d Rose-Red Plate 77 [L] 47(6)131

Newton, Alan Embossed Cut to Shape [S] 33(1)17

Nicholls, D. A. 1855-57 4d Variety [N] 24(5)78

Nicolson, Jim Scottish Experimental Stamp Packs [L] 42(4)80

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'O'

O'Hara, M. J. UK Bankers' Mail Services in the 20th Century [L] 44(1)4

Oakley, D. H. 'Ess' and 'Eff' [N] 26(5)99

Oliver, R. H. 1d Red Plate No. 1291 [N] 23(4)64

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'P'

Palmer, Bob KGV Royal Cypher Varieties [N] 22(2)25

Palmer, H. W. Transitional Colours of Alphabet III [L] 30(2)24

Papadopoulos, Alexios The Mysterious London EC 'Malin' Experimental Machine Cancel [L] 46(5)97

Parsons, H. G. 1s Green & Carmine on Cover [S] 30(4)74

Parsons, J. W. A Chinese Penny to Pay [S] 26(3)59

— Missent Mark [N] 26(3)60

Paul, Wyatt KGV broken pins [N] 28(3)63

Payne, Richard FILACENTO The Hague HOLLAND [M] 22(4)49

Peach, Michael Used Budget Letter Card [S] 43(2)40

Peacock, Nick 1940 Centenary Essays [N] 33(3)50

— KGV Royal Cypher 'Currency Paper' [S] 34(2)38

— King George V Shades [M] 39(1)13

— The Use of Toned Paper on the Royal Cypher Issues 1917 to 1921 [M] 37(2)39

Pearce, C. John 1929 PUC ½d flaw [N] 37(3)50

Pearce, John The Invalidation or Demonetisation of Postage Stamps [S] 40(3)52

Pearson, Nigel A 1d Die 2lphabet 2, Plate 6 - Imperforate [M] 49(3)71

Phillips, Sir Rowland Hill [S] 29(3)60

Phillips press release, Robert Folkard Collection at Phillips [M] 36(6)112

Phillips, John Embossed Imprints [N] 37(5)97

— Surface Printed 1s Plate 6 - Used Imprimaturs [M] 40(5)90

— Wattses Underprints [S] 39(6)117

Phillips, John W. Colour Trials of the 1884 2d [S] 29(3)46

— QV 3d Jubilee on Orange Paper [S] 38(4)73

— The 1872 1s Green Plate 6 [S] 30(2)39

Pickering, I. T. Numbers in Maltese Crosses [S] 34(5)99

Pinwill, Ian Post Office Telegraphs: Earliest Known Dates [L] 49(6)130

— The Colour Trials of the Post Office Telegraphs 3d Plate 3 [L] 52(6)130

Post Office, Changes in TPO operations [S] 26(4)75

Powell, Dr John M. New Duplex Numeral Cancellations [S] 34(5)95

Powell, Dr R. W. 1937 Coronation Stamp [S] 23(4)58

— 1937 Coronation Stamp - Missing Control Letters [S] 33(6)110

— 1½d PUC Variety [N] 24(2)21

— Breaking Down a Collection of GB Perfins [L] 27(2)28

— Imprint on QV 1d Stars [N] 24(2)21

— Inserted Pillars - A New Discovery [M] 24(1)8

— KEVII Miscellany [S] 28(1)17

— Notes on the 1d Lilac - The Interpane Pillars [M] 21(6)81

— QV One Shilling Jubilee [N] 23(4)64

Powell, John 1937 Coronation Stamp [N] 39(4)76

Price, Brian KGV Broken Perforation Pins [M] 28(1)6

— KGV Royal Cypher Varieties [N] 22(2)25

— KGV broken pins [N] 29(2)40

— Royal Cypher ½d SG N14u variety [N] 29(4)79

Price, N. A. R. Plate 40 Transitional Paper [S] 24(5)79

Pusterla, Terry 'ULTRAMAR' overprint [N] 37(6)117

— A Survey of the 480-Crown Mill Sheet Paper Types 1880-1913 [L] 37(5)86

— Four cut sides [S] 43(3)55

— German Printers' Samples of the KEVII One Penny [S] 47(1)3

— KEVII - Additional Observations on the 480 Mill Sheet [S] 23(4)60

— KEVII - Plug Flaw - Type E [S] 23(2)28

— KEVII - Some Observations on the 480 Crown Mill Sheet [L] 22(2)27

— KEVII 1d: A New Look at Pin Flaw 10 on Plate 9 [L] 40(3)56

— KEVII Experimental Coils [S] 22(1)4

— KEVII One Penny - New Pin Flaw P17 [M] 43(4)89

— KEVII One Penny -- New Pin Flaw P14 [M] 41(5)105

— KEVII One Penny Pin Flaws [L] 42(2)36

— KEVII One Penny Pin Flaws - Addenda [C] 42(4)92

— KEVII One Penny Pin Flaws - Additional Data [L] 37(5)101

— KEVII One Penny Varieties [M] 39(4)74

— KEVII rubber stamp overprints [N] 31(3)54

— KEVII ½d Perforation Gauge 13½ x 14 [S] 49(6)142

— King Edward VII One Penny Medallion Cracks [M] 22(1)12

— QEII Ink Sample Proofs [M] 34(3)53

— QEII Ink Sample Proofs -- Update [M] 34(4)79

— QV 1887 ½d Vermilion [S] 43(2)27

— Varieties of the 480-Crown Watermark [N] 45(4)95

— Wattses Underprints Revisited [L] 42(5)98

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'R'

Ramsay, Paul Air Mail Panes in British Stamp Booklets [L] 52(4)82

— Coloured Advertisements in British Stamp Booklets [L] 51(3)49

— Ford's Blotting Paper in British Stamp Booklets [L] 52(1)1

— Silver Jubilee Booklet Error of Make-up [M] 51(3)55

— Silver Jubilee Booklet Interleaf Numbers [L] 51(1)1

Randall, John A Matched Pair of Turned 1d Pinks [M] 50(1)6

Raspin, Geoffrey Queen Victoria £1 - Variety on Stamp JB [M] 35(2)33

Ray, Ian Impossible Lettering of the Stock Exchange Forgery [L] 27(3)54

Ray-Smith, Malcolm Early British Letters [L] 42(1)1

Read, Tim Numberless '1844' Cancellations [N] 40(3)46

Reid, Andrew Late re-issue of the 10d embossed [M] 49(6)137

Reid, Charles Y. 1d red-brown Die II Alphabet II Plate 18 Imperf wmk Large Crown Inv. [N] 29(5)97

— Twopence line engraved [S] 29(5)96

Ressler, John Q. Shades of Green [M] 31(3)46

Restall, Robin A New Flaw for King Edward VIII [M] 49(3)72

— King Edward VIII ½d Green 'Pearl Beside Crown' Flaw - A New Analysis [M] 49(4)92

Restall, Robin L. 1937 Coronation Stamp [M] 25(2)36

— 1937 Coronation Stamp - Constant Flaws on Control Blocks [L] 27(4)65

— New Flaw on the 1937 Coronation Stamp [S] 36(4)79

— Notes on the 1937 Coronation Stamp [M] 36(2)26

— The 1937 Coronation Stamp [M] 25(4)63

— The 1937 Coronation Stamp Flaws - Were They Deliberate? [M] 37(3)48

— The Missing Control Letter on Cylinder 30 no stop [S] 33(6)110

Robinson, David Charge on a Registered Letter to Lugano [S] 30(5)98

— Reversed Letters and other Date Slug Varieties [M] 35(2)22

Robinson, Philip 'Ivory Heads' - with a difference [M] 49(4)88

— 1857 Mixed Franking [M] 43(2)30

— 1d Red Plate Flaw [N] 21(4)56

— A Distinctive Type of the Maltese Cross [S] 28(3)57

— Flaw on 1d red Plate 225 [N] 28(4)81

— Possible First Sunday (10 May 1840) Penny Black Entire [C] 47(2)43

— Use of an Obliterator to Cancel a Mistake [M] 48(4)87

Robinson, Philip E. A Maltese Cross Variety [S] 37(4)72

Rogers, Mike New QV Jubilee 2½d Constant Variety: 'Dot in Value' [S] 40(1)17

Routh, John W. Postage Due Mark - 'CH' [S] 22(1)10

Rowlands, David On Certificates [S] 45(3)55

Rowse, David 1866 6d Plate 7 - The Plate That Never Was [S] 28(3)62

— Joshua Bacon [M] 40(6)102

— QV Surface Printed Die Proofs 1855-83: Vertical or Horizontal Format? [L] 33(5)88

— Rainbow Trials [M] 30(5)89

— The Steel Engraving Plates for the 1d Black and 2d Blue [L] 29(1)4

— Waste Paper [M] 42(2)35

Rundo, Dr John '½v' Cuts on Coil Stamps [M] 32(4)68

— 1940 Centenary Essays [N] 33(1)20

— Downey Head - extra row of perforations [N] 30(5)95

— KGVI 1d booklet cylinder F9 [N] 29(4)76

Russell, Corrections [C] 50(5)107

Russell, George C. A 19th Century Find - But What Is It? [M] 37(5)92

Russell, Harvey 1935 Silver Jubilee: Quantities Printed and Sold [M] 45(1)6

— 1d Booklet Panes of the 1935 Silver Jubilee [M] 52(3)70

Russell, Harvey J. 1935 Silver Jubilee Stamps [M] 23(5)66

— A Photogravure Puzzle [M] 43(2)36

— Airmail Etiquettes [M] 39(5)84

— Cylinders of the 1935 Silver Jubilee Stamps [M] 45(4)96

— KGV - Photogravure 1½d Cylinder 116 [M] 35(1)14

— KGV Photogravure - A New Perforation Type? [M] 36(1)14

— KGV Photogravure - some notes on perf. types [M] 35(3)58

— KGV Photogravure -- Sheet-Printed Stamps with Inverted Watermark [M] 34(5)94

— KGV Photogravure 1d Printed on the Gummed Side [M] 37(5)90

— KGV Photogravure Cylinder Numbering [M] 35(4)69

— KGV Photogravure Perforation [S] 38(1)5

— KGV Photogravure Sheet Printed Stamps with Inverted Watermark - A PS [C] 37(5)100

— KGV Photogravure variety [N] 35(3)57

— KGV Photogravure: The Size Controversy [M] 37(4)80

— King George V Photogravure Varieties [L] 34(1)4

— Silver Jubilee: Varieties of the Sheet-Printed Stamps [M] 51(6)127

— Unrecorded Parcel Mark? [S] 43(3)59

Rutter, Alex Hodson Would you buy a used stamp from this man? [S] 34(2)40

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Sabey, Alan 1924 Wembley Postmark Puzzle [N] 33(2)40

— 1925 British Empire Exhibition 1½d Imprimatur [L] 36(1)2

— Penny Venetian Red Used Fiscally [S] 34(6)115

— Provisional 40 Paras on ½d [M] 27(3)48

— Sequel to the World's First Postcodes [M] 27(2)24

— Wembley Coil Stamps [M] 29(4)72

— Wembley: posted between dates [S] 27(4)72

Salmon, Michael J. Charles Whiting and the Fire at Perkins, Bacon [L] 41(4)66

Samuel, Marcus The Stamp Office 1697-1894 [L] 24(2)27

— The Stamp Office [L] 24(1)10

— The Stamp Office [L] 23(1)6

— The Stamp Office 1694-1894 [L] 23(3)41

Sanders, Reg 'Postage' and/or 'Revenue' [M] 28(3)72

— A Newspaper and the Infamous Tax [S] 29(3)44

— Early reference to the Mulready [N] 28(5)100

— From Ninepence to Ten Thousand Pounds [M] 23(3)34

— KEVIII -- A Discussion of the New Stamps [M] 26(1)1

— KEVIII Threehalfpence Imperf. [S] 29(4)80

— KEVIII booklet panes of two [S] 31(4)65

— King George VI Coronation Stamps [S] 23(4)57

— King George VI Definitives [M] 30(5)84

— King George VI Definitives - Introduction [M] 30(2)23

— King George VI Definitives: Halfpenny Cylinder 3 - The Cutting Line [M] 29(5)95

— PUC ½d Frame Break [N] 23(4)64

Sargent, Peter Dividing Sheets at Somerset House [L] 44(1)12

— Government Trial Perforation 14? - an Update [M] 38(3)46

— Official perforation - what is the date of issue? [N] 36(4)80

Schmitz-Le Hanne, Gero More on the Demonetisation of Obsolete Stamps [N] 40(4)78

Schofield, Frank H. 1937 Coronation Stamp [S] 34(4)80

Seddon, G. A. 1d Royal Cypher Variety [N] 24(5)78

Sefi, Michael First Downey Head Die [L] 33(3)41

— KGV Photogravure 1d Printed on the Gummed Side [S] 37(6)116

Shaida, Hassan An Undesirable Error [M] 27(4)75

— From Bicycles to Biplanes [M] 27(1)15

— Those Vintage British Cars [M] 26(3)45

Sharkey, Tony Late use of numeral obliterators [N] 44(4)87

Sherman, Graeme 1958/86 British Special Stamps [R] 33(2)36

— British Postal Guide [R] 33(1)16

— British Stamp Design 1993 [R] 33(2)36

— Brunswick Star Cancels [R] 33(1)16

— By the hands of a constable [S] 28(3)64

— Catalogue of Perfins 1924-1925 British Empire Exhibiton Stamps [R] 32(2)35

— The Complete Deegam Machin Handbook Supplement 1995 [R] 33(3)49

— Creating a Good Impression [R] 32(4)76

— The Deegam Catalogue of Machin Se-tenant Pairs [R] 33(3)50

— Deegam Priced Catalogue of Elizabethan Coil Leaders [R] 33(2)36

— Dotted Circle Cancellations [R] 36(1)19

— Essential Guide to the GB Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars 1840-1864 [R] 35(5)92

— Guide to the History and Values of British Postal Orders 1881-1984 [R] 32(2)35

— Higlett Bijou Bibliography [R] 36(1)20

— A History of the Ship Letters of the British Isles [R] 33(3)49

— Irish Spoon Cancellations [R] 36(1)19

— Perfin Society Illustrated Handlist of GB Perfins - Hospital Dies [R] 32(2)35

— Pilfering, Protection and Perfins - an Aspect of the Line-Engraved 2d [R] 37(1)19

— Postal Usage of the decimal Machin series 1971-1996 [R] 36(1)20

— Postal Usage of the pre-decimal Machin series 1969-1971 [R] 36(1)20

— Robertson Revisited [R] 37(1)18

— The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars [R] 34(1)17

— Twopence Line-Engraved [N] 27(1)13

— Under the Gum - Background to British Stamps 1840-1940 [R] 37(1)19

Sigee, David Magdalen College: A Self-Adhesive Label for the Messenger Post [M] 49(4)95

Simpson, Ray An Important Archer Discovery [M] 48(1)4

— Another Combination Cover [M] 47(5)114

— Another Combination Cover - Correction [C] 48(1)6

— Archer Post-Trial Plates: Plate 111 - A New Discovery [S] 48(4)81

— Archer-Perforated Stamps: Mystery of the Missing Covers [L] 52(2)25

— Archer-perforated Stamps on Cover, and Other Matters [M] 52(5)97

— Combination Covers [L] 46(6)123

— Distribution and Usage of Archer-Perforated Stamps [L] 47(1)14

— Dividing Sheets at Somerset House [L] 44(1)12

— Downey Head - extra row of perforations [N] 31(2)40

— Government Trial Perforation 14? [M] 38(1)6

— KGV Cancelling Lines [M] 36(5)89

— Line-Engraved Plates - Withdrawal from Press & Defacement: Postscript [S] 36(6)105

— Line-Engraved Stamp Plates: Withdrawal from Press and Defacement [L] 35(5)86

— Line-engraved stamp plates: withdrawal from press and defacement [C] 36(1)18

— Napier Perforating Machines: The 1874/78 Modifications [M] 36(2)38

— Plate 74 (Die 1): The Curious Tale of a Sheet of Stamps [L] 48(3)70

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 16th edn, 2011 [R] 51(1)10

— Specimen and Cancelled Stamps [M] 51(4)84

— Stamp Perforation: Modifications to the Napier Machines [M] 36(3)55

— The 1879 Perforation Crisis: Conspiracy or Blunder? [L] 37(1)14

— The Experimental and Promotional Distribution of Archer-Perf. Stamps [M] 47(3)63

— The Penny Red: a Notation for Missing Perforation Pins [M] 32(4)61

— The Post-Trial Archer Plates [L] 45(6)139

— The Post-Trial Archer Plates - Correction [C] 46(1)3

— Updates: Archer Post-Trial Plates and Combination Covers [M] 47(2)45

Skelly, Ernest 'My Own Dear Mary Jane' [L] 27(5)86

— A King George V Mystery [M] 29(5)82

— An Entire from Kingsbridge [M] 30(2)40

Skinner, Paul PUC £1 variety [N] 30(1)19

Slattery, David The Blueing of the Penny Red: A New Approach to an Old Problem [L] 49(2)40

— The Blueing of the Penny Red: A new Approach to an Old Problem [L] 49(1)1

— The Inks of the QV Penny Red [L] 52(1)14

— The QV Penny Red: Renewal of the Perkins Bacon Contract 1856 [L] 52(5)113

Slemons, Tom A Mixed-Franking Cover [L] 46(5)102

— Buyer Beware! [M] 45(5)104

— Mulready Advertisements [M] 45(1)14

— Mutton Dressed as Lamb! [L] 52(6)126

Smallbone, Fred Downey Head ½d Die 2 'Dots on Dolphin' Flaw [M] 51(5)113

— Halfpenny Pink Downey Head Cut-Outs [M] 51(1)21

Smith, Edgar Machin Self-Adhesives to Look Out For [M] 41(1)20

Smith, Edgar L. To Photocopy or Not [M] 38(5)86

Smith, George W. 1857 Four Pence Rose Plates 1 and 2 [M] 28(3)61

— A Chinese Penny to Pay [N] 26(1)20

— Another Wyon 'City' Medal [M] 27(4)63

— Boehm Head of Queen Victoria [M] 21(3)37

— Bradbury, Wilkinson Seahorse 2s 6d Value - Major Re-Entry [S] 21(4)43

— British Newspaper Sent Abroad [S] 29(3)43

— Charles Skipper & East 'Stamp'? [S] 23(5)65

— Compound Plate Printing [M] 28(5)97

— Die Flaw on the Engraved Stamps of Victoria? [M] 29(4)69

— Further Study of the Engraved Machin £1 [M] 24(5)72

— Gideon Fairman and the Mulready [M] 25(2)35

— KGVI Ten Shillings Ultramarine of 1942 [L] 25(1)8

— Medal Struck in Honour of a Partner in Perkins Bacon [M] 26(1)8

— On the Use of King George IV's Head [S] 25(3)43

— Richard Sainthill and the Wyons [M] 26(5)88

— Samuel Roberts -- Postal Reformer [S] 25(5)83

— Some Varieties of the KGVI 1951 Ten Shillings Value [S] 24(4)55

— The Courboulds and the Queen's Head [M] 27(4)70

— The KGVI One Pound of 1951 [M] 28(1)14

— The Work of Jeens and Chalon in a GB Collection [M] 29(5)86

— Waterlow 'Castle' 2s 6d Plate 3B [N] 28(5)101

— William James Linton (1812-1917) [M] 23(2)26

— William Wyon and the Whiting Embossed Heads [M] 27(3)49

— Wyon Essays - Not Only 1839 But Also 1879 [M] 27(2)21

Snarvold, Harry A Chinese Penny to Pay [S] 26(3)59

Snelson, Ken Returned Unaddressed Letters [L] 51(4)74

Spens, The Lord Inverted Watermarks of the QEII 'Castle' Issues [M] 28(5)102

— Inverted watermarks of the 'Castle' issues [S] 29(2)38

— The Waterlow 'Castle' High Values 1955-58 [M] 28(4)90

Spink, Sale of Stamps and Covers from the Royal Philatelic Collection [M] 39(3)56

Sprei, Malcolm KEVII 1d Voucher Pane [N] 22(1)15

— KGVI 1d booklet cylinder F9 [N] 29(4)76

— QV 2d GOVT PARCELS Variety [N] 22(1)15

Stafford, Peter 'Flexography -- Fact and Fiction' Re-visited [L] 41(5)89

Stevenson, Iain Book Review: Collect British Postal Stationery [R] 46(2)45

Stirling, David M. Some GB Stamp Booklets [L] 22(3)43

Stockdale, Graham A 1d Die 2lphabet 3, Plate 22 [M] 41(1)5

Strong, Peter KGV Royal Cypher letter codes [N] 29(4)78

Sudborough, Nigel Envelopes and Seals [L] 51(4)80

— Penny Black Covers [M] 51(2)46

— Sent from the Isles of Scilly [M] 51(2)47

Sussex, Vivien 1900 Telegram Prepaid with 93 Postage Stamps [M] 35(2)36

— A Problem Express Cover [S] 29(3)59

— Early Blue Lines on Registered Mail [S] 34(4)75

— Express Delivery Service [S] 29(2)39

— Inland Registered Mail [M] 27(5)94

— London Parcels Delivery Company [S] 31(4)64

Sutters, The Revd H. J. PUC 1½d Variety [N] 33(4)75

— QV 1855 4d Variety [N] 33(4)73

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'T'

Talbot, Mark A Magdalen College Cover [M] 48(4)88

— Mystery Cancellations on Private Telegraph Stamps [M] 51(4)88

— The Mirror-Image 1d Lilac [M] 49(6)129

Tanner, Peter KGV broken pins [N] 29(4)78

— Royal Cypher 4d varieties [N] 29(4)79

Taylor, Dr C. J. O. Newspaper Tax Stamps [M] 22(1)2

— One Penny Die II, Plate 53 [S] 32(4)72

— One Penny, Die 2, Plate 53, SF [C] 33(2)40

Taylor, F. W. 'Via Hull - Not London' [M] 32(4)77

— 1859 Rose-Red Penny Curiously Trimmed [S] 33(6)117

— A Distinctive Maltese Cross of Newcastle upon Tyne [M] 43(3)51

— Bedlington Penny Post [L] 35(4)74

— Did Peebles lose its Numeral Canceller in 1862 or 1864? [M] 37(1)8

— Embossed Receipt Stamp [S] 34(3)53

— Modernising with Perfins and Typewriters [S] 31(5)85

— Newcastle-on-Tyne Circular Datestamps 1845-47 [M] 33(4)78

— Penny Star with Reversed Watermark [M] 38(4)71

— Plate 225 Perforation Variety [M] 39(1)16

— Postage Stamps Used Fiscally [M] 34(5)97

— Pre-stamp Railway Letter [M] 33(2)38

— Registered Label No. 1 [M] 35(3)55

— Registration Labels [M] 36(6)113

— Reversed Date Slug [M] 32(5)93

Taylor, Fred A Registered Letter Receipt of 1841 [L] 45(2)33

— Caveat Emptor [M] 44(6)138

— Cloth-Covered Postmarks 1841-1906 [L] 50(3)65

Taylor, R. Admiralty Officials -- Variation in the Overprint [N] 25(4)80

— Postmarks on the KEVII 1d Army Official [M] 26(1)6

— QV Officials - Quantities Issued [M] 25(2)24

Taylor, Russell Unusual London District Office Cancellations [S] 47(1)3

The British Library, British Library receives Lundy philatelic archive [S] 30(1)17

— Catalogue of the Crawford Library of Philatelic Literature at the BL [R] 29(4)72

— Customs and Excise philatelic correspondence to British Library [N] 30(4)78

— Langmead Collection to British Library [S] 29(5)97

Thomas, Dr Alfred 1861 1d Plate 51 -- Stamp OJ Repaired [M] 34(3)55

— 1d Die 2, Plate 51, Repaired Impressions [L] 43(3)66

— Brunswick Star Cancellations [L] 45(3)49

Thomas, Nicholas Re-use of Line-Engraved Plates [S] 39(4)77

Thompson, R. Amendments to Volume II, Plates 46-91 [S] 26(4)77

— Amendments to Volume III, Plates 92-131 [N] 26(4)76

Thorneloe, Peter KGV Photogravure ½d flaw [N] 40(3)47

Tibbenham, R. J. Fluorescence - Myths or Theories [M] 36(2)34

Tingey, John 2d Blue Plate 8 - OE Repair [M] 47(2)29

Tonna, G. C. A Die IIlphabet III, C8 colour shades [N] 35(3)60

Toomey, Matthew & Cheryl 1840 Prepaid Parliamentary Envelopes [R] 52(2)48

— British Presentation Packs [R] 52(5)120

Treacey, Scott 1d Die 1, Plate 49 [M] 50(3)64

— 1d red Die I from Plate 165 lettered AE [S] 39(5)100

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 13th edn, 2004 [R] 42(6)131

Tucker, Roger College labels [S] 49(6)140

Turner, David End of the Maltese Cross in Edinburgh [M] 42(5)96

— MArch or MAy? [S] 43(1)11

Tyrrell, Robert Ronald Cecil Alcock [S] 29(4)70

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'V'

Vaughan, Alan New Discovery - 1d red cancelled with Moreton Hampstead Penny Post [S] 46(6)137

— Seahorse variety [N] 36(1)19

Verney, Myra 1912-22 6d [N] 24(3)48

— 1912-22 9d Agate [N] 24(3)48

Vincent, Norman Surface Printed Stamps Postmarked Ascot Grandstand 14 June 1871 [S] 40(2)24

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'W'

Walby, Dr A. L. Cover to Adelaide [S] 33(1)20

Walker, E. G. Changes of watermark [N] 29(3)58

Walker, Steve Uniform Penny Post - New Discoveries [M] 52(3)72

Walker, Tony Cambridge University Machin Colour Trials of 1969 [L] 48(5)123

— Complete Deegam Machin Handbook [R] 31(4)80

— Provincial meeting in Newcastle-upon-Tyne - 13 April 1991 [S] 29(3)57

— The 6d Pre-Decimal Machin Definitive [L] 51(1)15

Walton, Frank Hidden Meaning in Letterings [S] 51(3)54

— Registered Printed Matter [M] 51(6)132

Warren, Daniel C. More on College Covers [M] 39(6)116

Webster, Graeme KGV 1915 10s (De La Rue) 'Cambridge' Blue [L] 41(6)111

— KGV Photogravure Sizes [M] 37(5)96

— KGV Seahorses - Trial Impressions [L] 41(3)54

— KGV Seahorses: Bradbury Wilkinson Paper Trials 1920-21 [L] 37(6)104

— The Bradbury, Wilkinson 2s 6d Seahorses [L] 39(4)61

Welch, John 1912 1d 'Blot on O' [N] 25(1)7

— 1929 PUC halfpenny variety [N] 30(1)18

— Budget Letter Card [N] 30(3)58

— Christmas Greetings in Morse Code [S] 26(5)81

— Postage Due Marks [S] 21(3)35

Wellsted, W. Raife De La Rue Postage Stamp Booklets 1904-1910 [L] 22(5)66

— Insurance and Compensation of Foreign Mail 1899-1946 [M] 21(4)52

West, Pete KGVI 1d booklet cylinder numbers [S] 30(1)19

— KGVI and QEII Booklet Panes of Two [M] 30(5)92

— Varieties on Booklet Stamps [M] 26(2)32

West, Vincent An Oxford Undergraduate and his Unpaid Bills [M] 40(5)87

— College Stamp Covers - a Statistical Summary [L] 42(4)69

— London Hotel Posts in 1912 [M] 45(6)123

— More security embossing by Novelli & Co. [N] 43(6)137

— Postal Envelope from Jesus College Cambridge [L] 38(2)21

— Proposed Postal Envelope from Clare College Cambridge [M] 38(3)48

— Security Embossing by Novelli & Co. [M] 42(2)29

— Security Embossing by Novelli & Co. Again [S] 50(1)5

— The Cambridge Colleges and the Post Office [M] 50(5)114

— The College Stamp Covers in the Royal Collection [L] 39(2)36

— The Post Office and the Colleges [C] 46(6)137

Weston, Arthur A Telegraph Form Query [M] 48(6)138

— The Fascination of Early Diplomatic Bag Labels [L] 49(2)30

— Those Magnificent Diplomatic Bag Labels [L] 49(5)109

Wheat, G. J. First Day Cover of the First Surface Printed Stamp [M] 34(2)33

— Mysterious 1840 Cover [L] 30(5)85

— Surface Printed on Cover [N] 29(1)18

— Two Unrealised Rarities [M] 27(3)52

Wheat, Gilbert 1883 Ninepence Green on Cover [S] 39(6)115

— More on the Demonetisation of Obsolete Stamps [S] 40(4)79

— Scarcity of QV Surface Printed Stamps on Cover [M] 39(2)33

— Surface Printed 2s Brown on Cover [L] 38(5)88

— The 9d Green on Cover [M] 47(2)25

Wheatley, Richard Early Post Office Express Labels [M] 51(6)142

— Registered Printed Matter [S] 52(5)101

White, A. R. Inland registered mail [S] 27(5)97

Whitehead, Eric '½v' cuts on coil stamps [S] 36(5)82

— Display Card for the 'Wonderland Postage-Stamp Case' [M] 40(2)40

— Penny Lilac Bisects [S] 33(1)9

Whitehead, Eric L. Peebles Cancelling Practice [S] 37(2)37

Whitehead, N. KGV Photogravure ½d variety [S] 40(4)70

— More on the Demonetisation of Obsolete Stamps [N] 40(4)79

Whitworth, Andrew A. Further Notes on Plating the 1977 Silver Jubilee Aerogramme [M] 22(2)32

— KGVI Varieties [S] 37(1)12

— Plating the 1996 Christmas Aerogramme [M] 34(6)116

— Plating the British Pictorial Aerogrammes, 1963 Onwards [M] 24(4)63

— Plating the British Pictorial Aerogrammes, 1963 onwards [L] 23(2)19

— Plating the Pictorial Aerogrammes [S] 30(4)69

Wicks, Anthony Letter from Jacob Perkins in Paris regarding Plate Hardening Patent [L] 52(5)104

— The Myth of James Chalmers' Adhesive Postage Stamp of 1834 [L] 51(5)106

Wicks, Tony A Charles Whiting Wafer? [M] 51(3)65

Wilkinson, Leslie 1911 ½d Die 1b Variety [N] 24(5)78

— 1912-22 2d Die 2 Frame Break [N] 24(2)20

— 1912-22 6d Plates [S] 24(5)71

— 1918 Bradbury Wilkinson Seahorses with 'Punch' Cancel [S] 24(3)45

— 1922 Advertisement Trials [S] 27(2)27

— Alfred J. Kirk [S] 38(1)19

— Arnold John Lowe, FRPSL [N] 33(3)48

— Block Cypher 1½d variety [N] 30(1)19

— British Postal Reforms of 1839-1840 [M] 27(1)18

— Charing -- Post Town or Sub-office? [M] 26(5)84

— Control Numbers and Plates of the KGV 6d Somerset House Printings [S] 23(4)61

— Discovering Seahorses [R] 43(6)138

— George V & The GPO - Stamps, Conflict and Creativity [R] 48(3)60

— High Value Stamps Punched for Use on Telegraph Forms [L] 41(6)120

— Identifying Seahorses [S] 30(5)83

— Introduction of the Seahorse Issue [L] 27(1)1

— KGV 1½d Booklet Stamps - Deepened Die [S] 37(5)93

— KGV Notes [S] 29(1)15

— KGV Royal Cypher Dates of Issue [M] 28(1)11

— KGV Royal Cypher Plating [N] 37(1)12

— KGV Seahorses -- Rough Plate Proofs [S] 34(2)36

— KGV notes [N] 29(5)97

— King George V -- Introduction of the Profile Head Stamps [L] 26(1)9

— King George V Colour Trials [N] 33(4)73

— King George V Notes [M] 22(1)11

— King George V Varieties [M] 32(5)86

— Numbered Sheets of the 1924 Wembley Issues [S] 38(1)20

— Photogravure - The Official Sizes [M] 38(1)2

— Plating Postage Due Controls [S] 39(4)77

— Royal Cypher 1½d 'THREF' variety [N] 30(2)35

— Royal Cypher 5d coil stamp [N] 30(1)19

— Royal Cypher Halfpenny plate flaw [N] 31(3)54

— Society Meeting -- 14 October 1987 [S] 26(2)21

— Stamps in Miniature [M] 33(5)86

— The 'Missing' Somerset House Rolls [M] 37(3)51

— The End of an Era - Grover & Co. Ltd Close [M] 40(1)18

— The Somerset House Continuous Printing Plates for the 1d Roll Stamps [L] 41(4)80

— Use of 9d King George V Stamps - 1 [M] 45(1)1

— Visit to Bishops Stortford & District Philatelic Society [S] 29(1)13

Willcocks, R. M. 1841 1d Plate 12 -- an Earlier Date [S] 34(6)113

— 3d Rate and Notices of Objection or 'Good Old Brighton' [M] 31(3)41

— Date of issue of embossed stamps [S] 27(4)73

— More on Postal Rates [S] 24(3)44

— Multiplicity of Plates [N] 23(3)47

— Penny Blacks and Mulreadys - Early Dates [M] 30(3)60

— Philip d'Arcy [S] 35(2)23

— Returned Letter Forms [M] 29(3)48

— Stamp Distribution in 1840 [L] 28(4)82

— Stamp distribution in 1840 [N] 29(1)18

Williams, Mike 1d Die 2 Alphabet 3 Plate 53 IJ & IK [M] 47(2)44

— 1d Red Die 2 Plate 39 - A Date Conundrum [L] 45(5)97

— 1d Red Die 2 Plate 65 [M] 51(6)130

— 1d Rose-Red Die 2 Plate 58 [M] 46(3)68

— Line Engraved 1d Dies I and II: an Unrecorded Difference [S] 29(5)98

— SG Specialised Catalogue, Vol. 1, 16th edn, 2011 [R] 51(1)7

Williams, Winston 1s Embossed - Earliest Known Date of Use [M] 31(5)94

Wilson, A. E. KGV Photogravure inverted watermarks [N] 35(3)59

— Multipositives for the KGV Photogravure Halfpenny [M] 43(2)43

Wilson, Alan Inverted watermarks of the 'Castle' issues [N] 29(2)38

Wiseman, Tony The Advent of the 1881 1d Lilac [L] 46(3)49

Wiseman, W. A. 1864 Penny Plates [S] 35(5)86

— 1884 Colour Trials Without Corner Letters [S] 33(3)52

— 1885 ½d and 1d IR Official Overprinting [S] 34(6)112

— 1887 ½d Plate Numbers [M] 23(2)18

— Back to Stamps [L] 32(3)55

— Brass Rings [L] 41(6)115

— Comments on 1d Plate 77 (1) [S] 48(1)7

— Dates of Issue of Certain Army Official Stamps [S] 25(4)76

— Downey Head halfpenny die 1b plate scratch [N] 28(3)62

— Free Postage? [M] 24(2)26

— Inland Revenue Stamping Department 1878-1910 [L] 36(6)114

— KEVII penny - no watermark [N] 28(1)17

— KGV offsets [N] 28(3)62

— Line-Engraved Perforation and Other Matters [M] 43(2)37

— Measurement of Shades - 3 [L] 39(2)30

— New Plate Combination of the KEVII 5d [L] 35(5)82

— Numbers of Certain GB Official Overprints [S] 25(3)51

— Official Plate Numbers of ½d KEVII Plates [M] 22(5)72

— Penny Lilac - 'inverted' control letter X [N] 33(4)72

— Pin Repairs on the KEVII 1d [M] 42(5)115

— Q/R Controls of the 1887 and 1900 ½d [L] 31(2)21

— QV 3d on 3d Lilac of 1883 - Mystery Stamp: Part 1 [M] 44(2)35

— QV 3d on 3d Lilac of 1883 - Mystery Stamp: Part 2 [M] 44(3)51

— Small Parcel Post Labels of the Post Office Stores Dept., 1883-c.1908 [L] 36(2)21

— The 1890 10d and Other Matters [M] 28(4)79

— The Consolidated Contract 1880 - Perforation [S] 36(3)54

— The De La Rue Family [S] 22(4)60

— The KEVII 1d Diagonally Overprinted 'CANCELLED', SG Spec. M6t [L] 40(1)6

— Thoughts on the GBPS & GBJ [M] 29(2)28

Witham, 1841 One Penny Plate 64 Stamp CK [S] 38(5)87

Witham, Paul 1844 1d Red-Brown Plate 49, TF [S] 41(1)7

— 1854 Die 1 1d Perforated [C] 24(2)21

— A 1855 1dlphabet 2, Plate 12, JH [S] 42(6)137

— A 1d Die 2lphabet 2, Plate 20 [M] 45(1)24

— 1d red Die I from Plate 165 lettered AE [S] 39(5)100

— A Further Correction to Nissen - 1d Black TC Plate 6 [M] 51(4)96

— Line-Engraved Notes [M] 43(2)42

— Plate 71 Second State Re-Entry [S] 24(3)36

Wlodarczyk, Marius KEVII 1d Control H8 - A Follow-Up [M] 47(2)28

— KEVII Notes [M] 46(6)121

— Neglected Plate Varieties [L] 33(2)25

— Neglected Plate Varieties 1887-1913 [L] 30(1)1

— QV Jubilee 2½ and 3d Plate Varieties [L] 47(3)49

Wolfson, Harvey Guillotined Machin [N] 35(2)39

— KEVII 7d - over-inked? [N] 37(5)98

— KEVII ½d with inverted watermark [N] 35(2)39

— KGV Downey Head Halfpenny Die 1b - Flaw on N2c [N] 37(5)99

— PUC Varieties [N] 24(2)21

Wood, Dr Keith J. 1861 3d Inverted Watermark [N] 21(4)56

Worsfold, Peter 'SHORTH AND' [M] 45(6)125

— A King George VI Proof [M] 32(4)69

— Double Heads [L] 43(5)98

— Penny Red and Penny Blue Revisited [M] 32(2)36

— Postage Due - The 1951 Provisionals [L] 41(3)48

Wraith, Nick Late Use of the KEVII 1d red Board of Trade perfin [M] 50(2)40

Wylde, Graham MA is for March [S] 42(6)138

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Authors with surnames beginning with 'Y'

Yareham, Iain Comments on KEVII 1d Shades reproduced in GBJ, Vol. 49, No. 1 [N] 49(4)91

— The Edward VII De La Rue 1d Shade Confusion [L] 49(1)16

Young, Peter An Abnormal Use of the 1d Lilac [M] 48(2)38

— Choose 'ME'! [M] 51(4)86

— Confirmation or Question? [M] 52(6)136

— De La Rue Correspondence Books [N] 50(5)107

— De La Rue and their Artists' Drawings [L] 29(4)61

— De La Rue's Embossed Dummy Stamp [M] 30(4)76

— Great Britain Surface Printed Postage Stamps 1855-1883 Low Values [R] 48(2)41

— Inserted Pillars - A New Discovery [M] 24(1)8

— Notes on the 1d Lilac - Sheet Numbering [M] 27(1)7

— Notes on the 1d Lilac - The Interpane Pillars [M] 21(6)81

— Penny Lilac Lantern Slide [S] 23(5)69

— Printers' Samples - The Colour Trials [L] 25(2)26

— QV Surface Printed Notes [S] 26(2)30

— Some Notes on Postal Rates [S] 23(4)62

— Surface Printed Bisects [M] 29(2)26

— Surface Printed Notes [M] 41(2)38

— Surface Printed Study Circle Notes [M] 22(2)26

— The 'Official' Forgeries [M] 26(2)24

— The 1881 Colour Trials [M] 28(3)74

— The Earliest Inks of the 1881 1d Lilac [L] 45(4)75

— The Earliest Inks of the 1881 1d Lilac (2) [L] 48(2)25

— The Invalidation of Victorian Postage Stamps [L] 40(2)21

— The Invalidation or Demonetisation of Postage Stamps [M] 40(3)50

— Why One Penny? [M] 48(4)82

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