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Galland, Bob 1s Orange‑Brown Plate 13 Watermark Spray (SG 151) on Cover [L] 53(2)36

— The 1s Plate 5 and 6 Anomaly [L] 50(3)49

— 8d Surface Printed Stamps Overprinted Specimen: Matched Pair [M] 55(3)72

— Die Proofs of December 1866 [M] 35(3)43

— Diplomatic Bag Labels [M] 49(5)114

— The First Three Surface‑Printed Postage Stamps Combined on Cover [L] 56(2)34

— Inks Used in Free Handstamps in London, Dublin and Edinburgh [L] 59(5)97

— Lilac and Green Die Proofs: Vertical or Horizontal Format? [M] 37(5)94

— Nineteenth Century Black Free Frank Handstamps of London Part 1 - The Covers [L] 56(6)121

— Nineteenth Century Black Free Frank Handstamps of London Part 2 - The Ink: A Preliminary Study [L] 56(6)126

— 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] 43(4)91

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 43(6)122

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 44(2)40

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 44(3)67

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 44(4)73

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 44(5)116

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 45(3)66

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 46(5)113

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 47(3)55

— Returned Letter Wrappers [L] 47(5)115

— Returned Unaddressed Letters [L] 51(4)74

Review: SG Specialised Vol. 1, Queen Victoria, 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 Low Value Striking Book Proofs: An Overview [L] 54(6)121

— Surface Printed Postage Stamps 1855-1883, Corrections and Additions [L] 50(4)86

— Surface Printed with Small White Corner Letters: Defective Letters [L] 54(3)59

— The Truro Crown Cancellation [M] 46(6)139

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [L] 40(6)116

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [M] 41(5)106

— The 'L4' Late Fee Mark [M] 46(6)135

— 'Not Addressed' (1) [M] 46(2)32

Garnsey, John The Cambridge Blue Seahorse [M] 42(1)24

— Shades [S] 42(5)97

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

Gibson, Mark The London, Chatham and Dover Railway Telegraph Stamps [L] 54(2)45

Gilbert, Alan M. 15 September 1990 - the opening meeting [S] 29(1)12

— 17-Mar-90 [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

— Display 18 November 1989 [S] 28(1)2

— Early Line‑Engraved [S] 30(1)7

— From Our New President [S] 30(3)41

— The Harry Dagnall 'Thank You' Award [N] 30(3)54

— Penny Lilac - the Inverted X [M] 33(4)70

— The Penny Lilac Bisected [M] 32(1)18

— 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

— The President's Display [S] 29(1)14

— 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

Review: Andrews, Sherborne - A Postal History [R] 26(2)39

Review: Goodwin, Do You Know Your British Stamps? [R] 32(1)15

Review: Moubray & Moubray, British Letter Mail to Overseas Destinations 1840-1875 [R] 31(4)80

Review: Tregurtha, British Occupation of Former Italian Colonies [R] 26(4)64

Review: Whitney, Collect British Postmarks, 5th edn [R] 28(3)75

— 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

— 'We all make mistakes' [S] 30(1)7

Gledhill, John KGV 1½d Royal Cypher (SG 362-365, N18) with Distorted Watermark [S] 57(2)29

Good, Ernest 17th Century Postmarks – The Aylward Correspondence [S] 12(3)59

— The 1887 Jubilee Fourpenny – Is there a Sixth Marginal Setting? [M] 14(5)88

— The Centenary of the Queen Victoria 'Jubilee' Issue [M] 25(2)21

— An Enigmatic 17th Century Postmark [M] 11(3)48

— Interesting Covers No. 1 [S] 17(4)76

— Interesting Covers No. 2 [S] 18(1)7

— Interesting Covers No. 3 [S] 18(5)101

— An Introduction to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Issue (Part 1) [L] 17(4)62

— An Introduction to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Issue (Part 2) [M] 17(5)86

— An Introduction to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Issue (Part 3) [L] 17(6)104

— An Introduction to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Issue (Part 4) [M] 18(1)10

— An Introduction to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Issue (Part 5) [L] 18(2)18

— An Introduction to the Queen Victoria Jubilee Issue (Part 6) [M] 18(4)71

— A Liverpool Ship Letter of 1817 [S] 12(4)90

Goodman, Andrew Review: Tonna, Penny Red Stars, Part 2 - KA to TL [R] 35(1)17

Gould, M. H. British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (1/11) [L] 19(2)18

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (2/11) [M] 19(3)44

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (3/11) [M] 19(4)57

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (4/11) [M] 19(5)70

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (5/11) [M] 20(1)14

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (6/11) [L] 20(3)42

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (7/11) [L] 20(4)60

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (8/11) [L] 20(5)76

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (9/11) [L] 20(6)87

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (10/11) [S] 21(3)32

— British Naval Post and Censor Marks of the First World War (11/11) [L] 21(6)84

— The Double Ring Date Stamp [L] 18(6)112

— Double Ring Datestamps - Further Notes [M] 20(2)26

— Double‑Ring Datestamps with Star [M] 30(2)38

— Irish Redirected Cover - Route Taken [C] 40(1)14

— Printed Postage Impressions [M] 18(5)92

— 'Sit‑in Strike' [N] 21(3)39

Gowland, John Barred numeral used in 1937 [S] 43(6)137

— KGV Photogravure 1½d booklet stamp variety [N] 34(5)100

— KGV Type 6 Dot Pane Perforations [L] 55(4)88

— 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] 46(1)18

— Perforation of the Early Photogravure Low Value Stamps [L] 46(2)40

— Perforation of the Early Photogravure Low Value Stamps [L] 47(1)4

— Type 2 Perforator Development [M] 48(6)139

Grafton, Robert 'GPO'-Rated Barred Numeral Cancels on the 1841 1d [M] 46(3)57

— The 'H' Flaw on Penny Red Imperf., Plate 79 [S] 36(1)18

Graham, Conrad The 1864-5 Shakespeare Memorial Label [M] 17(4)76

— British Government Telegraph Stamps 1876-1881 Nos Issued & Cat. Vals [L] 40(2)32

Review: Langmead & Huggins, The Telegraph Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain [R] 42(5)116

Graham, M. A. M. Postal Cover to Major‑General F. S. Russell, CMG [M] 27(1)10

Greenwood, Jeremy Brighton and the Cross‑Channel Mails [M] 8(3)44

— The Common Carriers and the Posts in Sussex 1656-1712 [M] 10(3)54

— Dog Cart Mails [S] 10(4)65

— Fiscal Penny Stamps and the Effect of the Act of 1881 [M] 10(2)27

— Franches Markings [M] 12(3)58

— Newspapers and their distribution in the Seventeenth Century [M] 9(1)13

— The Oldest Posting Box in England [S] 11(2)31

Griffin, Peter G. 1d Die 1, Plate 164, KG [S] 41(2)23

— 1841 2d Plate 4 - 'C‑over‑D' [S] 30(2)27

— 1887 5d Die 1 [S] 30(2)35

— 1898 Request for Plate 77 [S] 48(4)91

— 1929 PUC ½d value [S] 29(5)96

— Distinctive Maltese Crosses [N] 29(4)67

— PUC Varieties [S] 28(3)64

— Wembley 1d 'roulette' [S] 29(2)27

— Wembley coil stamps [N] 29(5)97

— The £1 Green SG 212 stamp JD [N] 30(2)31

Griffiths, B. The Invalidation or Demonitisation of Postage Stamps [S] 40(3)52

Griffiths, John Die I – Plate 79 of the One Penny [S] 12(3)62

— London Ship Letter [S] 27(2)37

— The Problems of Printing the World's First Postage Stamps (1/2) [M] 11(1)18

— The Problems of Printing the World's First Postage Stamps (2/2) [L] 11(2)28

— Was the First Wyon Die Considered the Basis for an Adhesive Postage Label? [M] 11(4)86

Grimson, D. 1d Lilac Varieties [N] 21(1)13

Grimwood‑Taylor, James The Chichester Road 'Hot Cross Bun' and '1 in Circle' Marks 1681-87 [L] 38(4)62

— 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

— A Second 'Duke of Wellington 1847 Postcard' [M] 43(3)49

— A 'Coat of Arms' Cachet [S] 22(4)61

— The 'Unique' Raines and Porter 1d Red Postal Fiscal Envelope [M] 36(6)102