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Fair, Niall 1934 1½d Photogravure [S] 1(10)126

— KGV Photogravure – Twopence [M] 3(3)34

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 1½d frame break [N] 29(4)79

— Royal Cypher 1d variety [N] 29(1)19

Fairweather, E. D. 'Philately' [S] 7(5)56

Fawcett, Mrs Henry Employment of Women in the Post Office [M] 33(6)112

Feldman, Hugh London Post Receivers [S] 30(2)29

Fenning, James 1d stamp SG Plate 197 [C] 28(4)80

Ferree, Karl S. Green and Blue Phosphor Lines [S] 4(9)130

— Phosphor Lines on Face of Stamp [S] 4(6)78b

Ffooks, Oliver 1883 Dull Green - the 'HO' Forgeries [S] 27(2)35

— 1884 Colour Trials Without Corner Letters [M] 33(4)69

— The 1884 Inleaf [L] 13(4)86

— Lilac and Green Issue 1884-1886, Coloured Paper Trials [L] 33(2)21

Fielding, Leslie Postmarks on Postcards [M] 8(5)81

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

— The Rare Plate 53 [N] 33(4)75

— Rarity of certain Line‑Engraved plates [S] 30(2)35

Review: SG Specialised Vol. 4, Queen Elizabeth II Decimal Definitive Issues, 5th edn. 1988 – reply [R] 27(3)59

— Silk Stamps [N] 32(2)39

— Who paid the deficiency? [N] 31(5)96

Fisher, George G. The KEVII 6d De La Rue Chalky Plate 3 [S] 12(1)19

Fisher, Harold 2½d KEVII Frame Breaks [M] 11(6)124

— 4d QV Surface Printed Plate Number 15 Discrepancy [S] 8(2)29

— 1854 Penny, Line‑Engraved: A Newly Discovered Variety [M] 11(5)90

— 1868 1d Plate 116 with '3' in Plate Number [S] 9(1)12

— 1879/80 Essays – Charles Skipper & East [M] 6(3)41

— 1883 6d Lilac with Doubled 6d Surcharge [S] 8(5)74

— 1913-34 KGV High Values [M] 6(1)9

— Accurate Measurement of Machin Value Settings without Microscope and Graticule [M] 11(2)32

— Colour Identification [M] 9(4)53

— KEVII 1½d Frame breaks or Cracked plate? [M] 8(2)22

— KEVII 1/- Unrecorded Variety [S] 9(2)21

— KEVIII Scar on Cheek [S] 6(3)45

— Off the Record [M] 8(1)5

— One Penny, Die 1, Alphabet II, 1852-1854: The Punch‑Holder Flaw (1/3) [M] 17(5)92

— One Penny, Die 1, Alphabet II, 1852-1854: The Punch‑Holder Flaw (2/3) [S] 18(1)12

— One Penny, Die 1, Alphabet II, 1852-1854: The Punch‑Holder Flaw (3/3) [S] 18(3)41

— One Penny, Venetian Red, Three Different Dies [M] 7(4)48

— The Plating of the Penny 1840-64 by Roland Brown [M] 10(6)114

— The Plating of the Penny 1840-1864 [M] 22(3)42

— The Plating of the Penny 1840-1864 [A] 23(1)16

— The Plating of the Penny, 1840 to 1864 – More Unrecorded Varieties [M] 19(4)60

— The Plating of the Penny, 1840-1864, Vol. 2 [A] 23(2)28

— The Plating of the Penny, Volume 2 [N] 24(2)19

— Preparing a Display [L] 15(3)42

— QV Sixpence Plates 6 and 12 Varieties [S] 8(1)14

Review: Reck, Great Britain, The Line‑Engraved Issues of the Victorian Era [R] 21(3)40

— Silver Jubilee, 2½d Prussian Blue – Evidence Against it Being a Colour Trial [M] 6(5)80

— Watermark Detection Without Wetting [S] 6(4)63

— Watermark Ghosts [M] 5(2)25

Fisher, Tony 1841 1d Plate 9 [M] 51(1)12

Flamank, R. A. KEVII One Penny - Plug Flaw Type E [S] 23(6)83

Fleming, G. W. T. H. One Penny Red Imperf Plate 98 (AL) [S] 2(7)87

Fletcher, Bill Validity of Overprinted Great Britain Stamps [L] 41(1)8

Folkard, Robert 1d Die 2, Alphabet 3, Plate 53 [S] 34(2)40

— The 1852-4 One Penny Die I. Plates 155-176 - The 'Unhardened' Plates [L] 30(1)10

— Flaw on Twopence Plate 4 perforated [S] 30(1)20

— Line Engraved Stamps (1/2) [M] 9(4)50

— Line Engraved Stamps (2/2) [L] 9(5)70

— Line Engraved Study Circle Notes [S] 7(2)22

— Line Engraved Study Circle Notes [M] 10(5)82

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (1/7) [L] 19(4)50

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (2/7) [L] 19(5)74

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (3/7) [M] 19(6)82

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (4/7) [L] 20(1)10

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (5/7) [L] 20(2)28

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (6/7) [L] 20(4)54

— One Penny Die I, Plate 173, 1853-1854 (7/7) [M] 20(5)68

— Penny Plates Study Circle Notes (19/20) [L] 16(5)98

— Penny Plates Study Circle Notes (20/20) [M] 16(6)113

— Queen Victoria - Line Engraved Study Circle Notes [S] 20(5)74

— QV – Line‑Engraved Study Circle Notes [S] 21(4)51

Review: Brown & Fisher, The Plating of the Penny 1840-1864, Volume 2, Die 1 Plates 46-91 [R] 11(2)43

Review: Rigo de Righi, The Story of the Penny Black and its Contemporaries [R] 18(4)75

Review: SG Specialised Vol. 1, Queen Victoria, 4th edn. [R] 12(2)29

Review: SG Specialised Vol. 1, Queen Victoria, 5th edn. [R] 16(2)38

Review: Statham, The Essential Guide to the Great Britain Line Engraved 1d and 2d Stars [R] 34(2)29

Review: Wiggins & Tonna, The Plating of Alphabet III, Vol. I [R] 11(4)70

Review: Wiggins & Tonna, The Plating of Alphabet III, Vol. II [R] 11(5)112

Review: Wiggins & Tonna, The Plating of Alphabet III, Vol. III [R] 12(1)16

Review: Wiggins & Tonna, The Plating of Alphabet III, Vol. IV [R] 12(3)60

Review: Wiggins & Tonna, The Plating of Alphabet III, Vol. V [R] 12(5)112

Forbes‑Nixon, John 1881 Boat Race [M] 50(3)57

— American Civil War – Service Suspended [M] 25(5)98

— Anonymity Exposed [S] 16(4)85

— Charge Marks [M] 25(2)25

— A Close Shave! [M] 53(6)138

— 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

— The First Postal Label of 1840? [M] 50(4)84

— Haste Post Haste [N] 26(1)20

— HMS Atalanta and the 'Bermuda Triangle' [M] 44(6)139

— Irritated Irish Postal Clerk - 31 May 1840 [M] 49(5)119

— A new Find [M] 47(6)121

— Not Addressed [M] 46(1)1

— The One That Got Away! [S] 45(1)5

— Orkney for a Penny [M] 53(2)35

— Postage Due Marks [N] 21(5)62

— Postcards bought before the First Day of Use [M] 42(6)130

— A Premature Postcard [S] 29(1)15

— Quicker and Cheaper by Sea! [M] 55(1)7

— The Rare 1854 'ONE PEENNY' Red [S] 49(1)22

— Registered Postcard [M] 52(1)24

— Registered Printed Matter [S] 52(5)101

— Registered Registered Registered [S] 53(2)47

— A Remarkable Coincidence [S] 40(1)17

Review: Stoneham Catalogue of British Postage Stamps, 8th edn. [R] 23(6)92

— Royal Puzzle [M] 33(2)37

— A Two‑Faced Cover! [S] 48(5)128

— Uniform Penny Post – Brighton Re‑Rated Letters [M] 54(4)96

— Unusual London District Office Cancellations [M] 46(6)142

— A Very Special Archer Cover [M] 47(4)96

— Whoops! [S] 48(1)5

— 'Stitched Up!' [S] 47(2)30

— 'WITHIN WEIGHT' Handstamp [S] 37(5)98

Forbes‑Smith, D. SG 162 – Frame Break [N] 21(5)63

Fox, M. R. 1851-1852 Lavender tinted Paper Varieties on Line‑engraved One Penny and Twopence Stamps (1/2) [M] 14(4)66

— 1851-1852 Lavender tinted Paper Varieties on Line‑engraved One Penny and Twopence Stamps (2/2) [L] 14(5)98

— Die II Alphabet III LC 14 One Penny [S] 13(2)35

— Large Crown Watermarked Papers – Types I & II [S] 13(1)24

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (1/9) [M] 11(6)122

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (2/9) [M] 12(1)20

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (3/9) [M] 12(2)42

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (4/9) [M] 12(3)54

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (5/9) [S] 12(4)93

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (6/9) [L] 12(5)108

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (7/9) [M] 12(6)140

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (8/9) [M] 13(1)5

— Printing Inks of the QV Surface‑Printed Era (9/9) [L] 13(2)44

Frajola, Richard An 1840 Freight Money Usage [M] 43(2)28

Frazer, Erik J. Human Letters in the UK During the Early Twentieth Century [L] 56(3)49

Frewer, Charles The 1940 Postal Centenary Issue (1/3) [M] 4(9)135

— The 1940 Postal Centenary Issue (2/3) [M] 4(10)155

— The 1940 Postal Centenary Issue (3/3) [M] 5(2)27

— KGV Photogravure Issue (1/5) [M] 3(10)154

— KGV Photogravure Issue (2/5) [M] 4(3)37

— KGV Photogravure Issue (3/5) [M] 4(4)51

— KGV Photogravure Issue (4/5) [M] 4(6)79b

— KGV Photogravure Issue (5/5) [M] 5(9)138

— King Edward VIII [S] 4(5)66

Fryer, Gavin The Production and Use of the KGVI Dulac Adhesives [L] 45(3)56