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Uruguayan federation addresses the Brasiliana controversy
The front page of the Dec. 23, 2013,
Linn’s Stamp News
included the article “Controversy erupts over Brasiliana 2013 results” written by
editor Charles Snee.
1939-44 Poland — issued under German occupation
1939 surcharged German stamps
The Scott editorial staff is dedicated to the relentless pursuit of perfection
The Scott catalogs are published each year during an eight-month cycle that begins in April, with Vol. 1 of the
Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue
Canada’s four issues of the late Victoria era featured in second Brigham collection auction
Part II of the Brigham collection of Canada will be offered at auction June 6-7 at the Hilton Toronto Airport Hotel and Suites, 5875 Airport Road, Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, a Toronto suburb.
Brody receives Lichtenstein memorial award
The Collectors Club bestowed its 2014 Alfred F. Lichtenstein memorial award for outstanding service to philately on Roger S. Brody during its annual awards dinner May 7 in New York.
British stamps to feature sustainable and threatened fish
Great Britain’s Royal Mail will issue 10 Sustainable Fish stamps June 5, World Environment Day.
Fighting over the numbers
What the United States Postal Service continues to see as more bad news, the major postal unions are claiming is good news.
Circus World postmark offered May 5 in Baraboo, Wis.
The first Ringling Brothers “big top performance” was held May 19, 1884, in Baraboo, Wis. Baraboo today is the home of the Circus World museum, a Wisconsin historic site.
Centralized delivery savings questioned
For months, House Oversight Chairman Darrell Issa, R-Calif., has been saying that ending door-to-door mail deliveries could save the United States Postal Service millions of dollars a year.
June 7-8 Regency-Superior stamp and cover auction at Napex
A choice United States classic stamp and an intriguing Chinese overprint error are just two of the many attractive offerings in the June 7-8 auction by Regency-Superior.
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