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Malayan War Memorial stamps hard to find
Thailand was a reluctant ally of the Empire of Japan in World War II. T
Modern and classic Chinese rarities claimed in successful New Year auctions
The new year kicked off with a four-day series of auctions by Interasia in Hong Kong Jan. 11-14, demonstrating that the market for Chinese stamps and postal history remains not only robust, but full of fascinating stories.
Brigham Canada auction series begins with Large Queens, including the 2¢ on laid paper
The postage stamp known as Canada’s rarest will be offered at auction Feb. 22 in Mississauga, Ontario, a western Toronto suburb.
More upright Jenny Invert panes found; new reports bring Linn's census total to 10
It took a purchase of 300 panes of $2 Jenny Invert stamps, but stamp dealer Ross Wiessmann is the latest new owner of the intentionally created variety with the airplane flying right side up.
Long-range navigation station near Iwo Jima generated mail with descriptive cancel
The first thing that jumps out from the cover in Figure 1 is the purple alligator.
Postal markings and extra stamps indicate late-fee mail
Prior to the invention and increased public use of the telegraph and telephone in the 19th century, people primarily communicated long distance by mail. W
U.S. Postal Service keeping mum about Jenny Invert pane sales figures
Why won’t the United States Postal Service disclose sales figures for the Jenny Invert pane?
Budget law requires six-day deliveries; USPS appeals rate increase
Congress has once again said no to the United States Postal Service’s plan to end Saturday mail deliveries.
Austria's paint-by-number stamp; Sochi Winter Olympics
Austria Post offers a paint-by-number option on a €0.62 stamp issued Jan. 22.
The first Greek airmails defied conventions of design and size
Greece joined the world of airmail in 1926 under the auspices of a company called Aero Espresso Italiana S.A., underwritten by the Italian government.
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