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Confederate postal history in Feb. 26 Siegel auction
Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries in New York offered the Benjamin Wishnietsky collection of Confederate States stamps and postal history on Feb. 26, with many items on the market for the first time in decades.
Russian cliche pane error in Cherrystone February auction
Cherrystone Auctions in New York offered the Igor Gorski specialized collection of Russia Feb. 20.
New global forever stamp debuts April 22
The round United States nondenominated ($1.15) Sea Surface Temperatures global forever stamp will be issued on Earth Day, April 22, in Washington, D.C.
Shipping delay for Lincoln press sheet variety
Collectors who ordered the press sheet without die cuts for the United States 21¢ Abraham Lincoln stamp have experienced unexpected delays.
China’s Congress issue in demand
People’s Republic of China —
For all of its quirks and jerks, ups and downs, the Chinese market remains the most active and the most volatile in the world. T
Scarce Floating Safe stamps recall failed 1920s experiment
The sinkings of the
on April 15, 1912, and the
on May 7, 1915, were the most notorious maritime disasters of the decade, and inspired some inventions of similar design for safeguarding mail and valuables on ships.
New stamps show Easter, cartoon, rare and pet rabbits
A symbol of Easter and spring, rabbits are pictured on several new stamps.
British stamps show 300-year historyof Buckingham Palace in London
Great Britain’s Royal Mail will issue 10 stamps April 15 featuring Buckingham Palace.
ASDA begins search for new executive director
The American Stamp Dealers Association ended its relationship with executive director Amy Nicklaus March 31, and has initiated a search for a new executive director.
Covers document Bikini Atoll test site and the atomic age
Since World War II, it seems that everything that happens, whether good or bad, has a matching cachet on a philatelic cover — especially anything that has to do with the military.
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