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Dagnall, Harry The 1841 Postal Stationery Envelopes [N] 26(3)60

— The 1856-1883 Surface Printed Sixpenny Stamps [M] 29(2)21

— Annoying Inconsistencies [M] 29(3)44

— Are You Foolish Enough to Collect According to the French School? [N] 30(5)95

— Cancelled Newspaper Stamps [M] 27(2)38

— Changes in Newspaper Wrappers [S] 23(2)32

— Colour Trials of Revenue Stamps [S] 37(5)98

— De La Rue's Embossed Dummy Stamp [M] 31(3)52

— Designs of the 1929 PUC Low-value Stamps [L] 31(5)81

— Destruction of Mulready Stationery [S] 20(5)71

— A Disaster Narrowly Averted [N] 21(4)55

— Dr Thorpe and the Greens [M] 34(5)91

— A Dummy Newspaper Stamp [S] 37(5)81

— Embossed Imprint [N] 24(4)62

— Employment of Women in the Post Office [M] 33(6)112

— Envelopes Altered [N] 25(5)87

— Essay for a Postcard Certifying Stamp [M] 29(1)16

— A Facsimile Stamp for Junk Mail [S] 42(5)93

— Free Postage for the London Gazette [M] 26(5)85

— From POP to PIP [M] 44(1)1

— GB Telegraphs [S] 26(5)90

— George W. Smith [S] 32(3)59

— The Introduction of Newspaper Duty Stamps [L] 19(6)85

— An Introduction to Revenue Stamps [L] 32(1)1

— John Dickinson - Papermaker [L] 13(1)8

— Joseph Coles, papermaker [S] 45(3)64

— Junk Mail [N] 44(3)55

— Letter Sheets Relating to Corn Returns [M] 35(2)30

— Lost - One Die [N] 21(5)62

— Missing Treasury Essay [N] 23(3)48

— More on Vaccination Certificates [M] 33(1)9

— More Thoughts on Design [M] 32(4)73

— The Mystery of the 2½d Newspaper Duty Stamp [L] 40(5)92

— Newspaper Notes [L] 21(5)57

— Newspaper Notes [M] 29(4)68

— Newspapers in the Post [S] 31(2)30

— Origin of the Double & Duplex Cancellations [M] 35(4)71

— Our Back Cover Boy [M] 38(5)99

— Paper for the Government [S] 41(4)77

— Paper: the Essence of Postal History & Philately [L] 47(2)31

— Parcel Mail Company, 1846 [M] 31(3)60

— Passed X-ray [N] 28(5)100

— Petitioning for Cheap Postage [N] 26(5)91

— The Place of the Unissued Match Tax Stamp in Social Philately [L] 49(2)25

— Postage Free, Tax Claim Forms [N] 24(4)63

— Postal Historian's Lament [S] 34(2)37

— Postal Stationery Card Without Arms [S] 36(2)36

— Postal Stationery Graffiti [N] 21(1)12

— Postal Stationery Wrappers [M] 35(1)19

— The Postal Treatment of Class Publications and Prices Current [M] 21(1)2

— Postcards bought before the First Day of Use [S] 43(1)11

— A Postcode Anniversary [M] 48(1)1

— Postmarked Charing Cross [M] 36(1)13

— Production Problems of KGV Postal Stationery [M] 25(1)16

— Production Problems of KGV Postal Stationery [L] 25(2)31

— Production Problems of KGV Postal Stationery [L] 25(3)54

— The Real Cost of Postage [M] 30(3)52

— Returned from the Dead Letter Office [L] 28(3)66

— Returned from the Dead Letter Office [L] 28(4)92

— Returned Letter Office [S] 28(5)105

— Returned letters [S] 29(3)50

— Review: Akerman and Booth, Judicial Stamps of Great Britain & Pre-1922 Ireland [R] 35(5)93

— Review: Akerman, Collecting and Displaying Revenue Stamps [R] 33(3)50

— Review: Alderfer & Rosenblum, Introduction to the Stamps of Great Britain [R] 43(3)57

— Review: B. Alan Ltd, Great Britain & Commonwealth Catalogue of Great hsitirB Errors [R] 25(3)52

— Review: B. Alan Ltd, Great Britain & Commonwealth Catalogue of Great hsitirB Errors [R] 26(3)41

— Review: Barber & Brown, Royal Cypher Labels of Great Britain, Ireland & the Colonies [R] 27(2)37

— Review: Benjamin, History of Envelopes [R] 35(5)94

— Review: Berry, Taxation on Playing-Cards in England from 1711 to 1960 [R] 39(3)44

— Review: Booth, Catalogue of the Revenue Stamps of the United Kingdom [R] 29(1)10

— Review: Bortfeldt, Royal Cypher Labels 1701-1922 [R] 43(2)35

— Review: British County Catalogue of Postal History, Vol. 4 [R] 26(3)42

— Review: British Library Philatelic Collection: Reproduction from Famous Collections Series 1: The Art of JAC Harrison. No. 3 - Impressions of Royalty [R] 18(6)123

— Review: Champion, Great Britain Road Tax Discs 1921-2000 [R] 39(4)79

— Review: Cinderella Stamp Club, The Private Post, No. 4 (1980-81) [R] 20(2)20

— Review: Clark, Rates to Reform: A Guide to the High Postage Rates in GB 1812-1840 [R] 48(1)9

— Review: Cohen, Squared Circle Postmarks of the London Suburban District Offices [R] 21(4)45

— Review: Connoisseur Catalogue of Machin Stamps, 7th edn. [R] 25(1)1

— Review: Connoisseur Catalogue of Machin Stamps, 8th edn. (supplement) [R] 29(3)42

— Review: Courtney, The Queen's Stamps: The Authorised History of the Royal Philatelic Collection [R] 43(2)31

— Review: Cross Post [R] 23(6)92

— Review: Current, Concordance of British Stamps [R] 18(2)23

— Review: Current, Handbook of British Philately, Part 1, Section 1 [R] 18(3)47

— Review: Current, The Numeral Cancels of Ireland, 1844-1906 [R] 18(3)47

— Review: Donald, The Posts of Sevenoaks in Kent [R] 31(2)28

— Review: Farrugia & Gammons, Carrying British Mails [R] 18(4)74

— Review: Gentleman, Artwork [R] 41(5)101

— Review: Gilbert, 1st Class Markings on Government Official Stationery [R] 13(1)17

— Review: Gilbert, 1st Class Markings on Government Official Stationery [R] 13(3)55

— Review: Goodwyn, Royal Reform [R] 38(6)116

— Review: Grimwood-Taylor, British Postal Reforms of 1839 to 1840 [R] 28(4)89

— Review: Harvey, Travelling Post Offices & Bag Tenders of Great Britain & Ireland, An Operational History 1839 to 1959 [R] 39(4)78

— Review: Hawkins, Date Stamps of the General Post Branch Offices in London, 1829-1858 [R] 18(3)47

— Review: Hosking, Examination of the Ink & Paper of the CA Postage Stamp KGV 1d Red [R] 36(6)104

— Review: Hugh Feldman, Letter Receivers of London 1652 to 1857 [R] 37(4)70

— Review: Jackson, Philatelic Review, Vol. 1, No. 1 [R] 15(3)55

— Review: James Heath - Engraver to Kings & Tutor to Many [R] 28(1)18

— Review: Knight & Sabey, The Lion Roars at Wembley [R] 22(3)48

— Review: Madden & Louis, The Dublin Find [R] 45(1)17

— Review: Mansfield, De La Rue's QV Revenue Heads [R] 38(5)97

— Review: Matthews, Engine Turning 1680-1980, the Tools and Technique [R] 23(1)2

— Review: Midland (GB) PHS, The Undated Straight Line and Numbered Receiving House Marks of the Midland Counties 1840-1860 [R] 27(3)41

— Review: Muir & Robinson, An Introduction to British Postal Mechanisation [R] 17(6)113

— Review: National Postal Museum Review of 1996 [R] 35(5)92

— Review: National Postal Museum, The Victoria Cross 1856-1881 [R] 19(3)48

— Review: O'Keeffe, Great Britain: The GB Foreign Rate Postcards 1875-1899 [R] 43(2)34

— Review: Peach, UK Machine Marks [R] 17(6)112

— Review: Peach, UK Machine Marks [R] 21(4)45

— Review: Post Office Guide 1977 [R] 15(6)124

— Review: Sabey, British Empire Exhibition Stamps of 1924-1925 [R] 37(4)69

— Review: Sabey, British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels (supplement) [R] 34(2)31

— Review: Sabey, British Empire Exhibition Wembley 1924-1925; Publicity Labels [R] 33(3)49

— Review: Salmon, The Life and Work of Charles Whiting and the Beaufort House Press [R] 45(2)48

— Review: Samuel & Huggins, Specimen Stamps and Stationery of Great Britain [R] 19(6)84

— Review: SG Collect British Stamps, 40th edn. [R] 27(2)37

— Review: SG Collect Channel Islands and Isle of Man Stamps, 5th edn. [R] 27(2)37

— Review: SG Elizabethan Catalogue 8th edn. 1972 [R] 10(1)6

— Review: SG Elizabethan Catalogue 10th edn. 1974 [R] 12(1)16

— Review: SG Specialised Vol. 3, Queen Elizabeth II Decimal Special Issues, 1st edn. 1988 [R] 27(1)14

— Review: Simpson & Sargent, Stamp Perforation: The Somerset House Years 1848 to 1880 [R] 45(4)88

— Review: Stamps (magazine) [R] 18(4)75

— Review: Stanway, Mails Under London: The story of the carriage of the mails on London’s underground railways [R] 38(5)98

— Review: Sussex, Introducing Postal History [R] 29(1)10

— Review: The Heath Family Engravers 1779-1878 [R] 32(2)35

— Review: Urch, Harris & Co., The Commonwealth Queen Elizabeth II Catalogue, 22nd edn. [R] 12(1)16

— Review: Urch, Harris & Co., The Commonwealth Queen Elizabeth II Catalogue, 1971 edn. [R] 9(4)68

— Review: Wiggins, British Line-Engraved Stamps: Repaired Impressions [R] 21(3)40

— Review: Wilson, History of the Post in Derby 1635-1941 [R] 29(1)9

— Rex v. Lowden [L] 31(1)1

— Rowland Hill's Printing Press [L] 18(4)79

— Samuel Roberts [M] 26(2)38

— The Size of a Ream of Paper [M] 41(5)103

— Some Thoughts on Stamp Designs [M] 31(4)61

— Stamp Office dummy stamp [N] 34(5)100

— Stamps for charity [N] 30(2)31

— Stretched or Shrunk? [M] 39(3)60

— Suggestions for Pictorial Postcards [L] 33(2)31

— Suggestions to Prevent the Re-use of Stamps [S] 35(3)46

— Supercalendering [S] 39(3)51

— Surface printed sixpenny plate 7 [N] 29(3)58

— The Three-halfpenny Rosy Mauve Stamp of 1860 [M] 20(1)7

— To Photocopy or Not - That is the Question [M] 38(4)72

— Trade Card Poses Some Queries [N] 23(3)47

— Tutill's Parcel Labels [M] 32(5)92

— Was this designed by a philatelist? [N] 35(2)38

— Watermark Viewing [S] 39(5)100

— Wattses' Underprints [M] 39(5)82

— Weighing machine at the GPO [S] 27(4)73

— Working Conditions at the Stamp Office [N] 26(3)59

— Writing for the GBJ - Your Questions Answered [M] 25(1)2

Daniel, Frank The Budget Letter Card [N] 30(4)79

— 'S'-in-circle mark [S] 28(1)16

Daniels, Pete Miscut Machin pane [N] 31(5)96

— New Machin Discoveries [S] 34(1)18

Darnton, R. E. KGV High Values [L] 1(8)94

Davies, John The 1890 Jubilee Christmas Card [L] 45(2)25

— The Genesis of the Jubilee Envelope [L] 50(1)11

Davis, Austin 4d Late Fees on Inland Registered Mail 1863-1878 [L] 46(3)59

— 1883 Ninepence Green on Cover [S] 39(6)115

— Ally Sloper [M] 28(3)76

— Aspects of Victorian Inland Mail [L] 36(5)84

— Case of an Early Blue Line [M] 34(3)58

— Early Blue Lines on Registered Mail [S] 34(4)75

— Early Compensation-Rated Inland Registered Mail [L] 55(5)97

— Early Post Office Express Labels [L] 51(5)116

— Early Post Office Express Mail [L] 50(5)97

— Early Post Office Express Mail [M] 54(1)14

— An Early York Registered Handstamp [M] 44(4)85

— Express Mail 1891-1899 [M] 35(1)7

— First Type Post Office Express Labels [M] 55(1)22

— Inland Registered Mail, 1841-1854 [M] 27(4)62

— More on Postal Rates [M] 26(2)23

— One Penny Die 2 Transitional Shades 1856-57 [L] 33(4)61

— One Penny Die 2 Transitional Shades 1856-57 [M] 34(1)10

— One Shilling 'Jubilee' [M] 23(5)68

— One Shilling Green and Carmine on Cover [M] 23(3)38

— One Shilling Green and Carmine on Cover [M] 24(3)42

— One Shilling Green and Carmine on Cover [M] 26(2)27

— One Shilling Green and Carmine on Cover [M] 26(5)96

— Post Office Express Labels 1916-1925 [L] 53(3)49

— Post Office Express Labels 1927-1932 [L] 54(1)16

— Privately Manufactured Letter Cards [S] 32(5)91

— Provincial Numeral Series '116' Cancellation [M] 24(4)61

— Queen of Diamonds [M] 31(3)56

— QV 4½d Jubilee used on Inland Mail [M] 35(1)16

— Review: Brauers, Scarce Victorian Postage Stamps of Great Britain on Cover [R] 42(2)30

— Stamped to a Higher Order [M] 26(2)36

— The Third Type Post Office Express Label [M] 56(6)138

— Three Pence British Empire Post Card, 1889-1890 [M] 24(5)67

— Transitional Condition of the 1d, Die 2, and the Question of Revision [L] 40(5)81

— Victorian Inland Postal Rates [L] 39(5)92

— Victorian Postal Scales [M] 40(1)20

— 'Most Exceptional' [M] 23(1)11

Deadman, Derek Stamps on Mauchline Ware Boxes [L] 37(3)41

— The Tunbridge Ware Stamp Box [L] 34(5)81

Deering, John Sheet Layout of 12x1st Booklet on Plastic Film [L] 56(2)26

Dent, Dr Keith Downey Head ½d Die 1a Plate Flaw? [S] 41(2)40

— KGV Royal Cypher ½d Plating [N] 37(5)99

Dent, K. S. KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 4(2)29

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [S] 4(3)43

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [S] 4(4)53

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 4(5)70

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 4(6)67b

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [S] 4(8)101

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 4(9)131

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 5(3)38

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [S] 5(6)80

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [S] 5(7)105

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 5(10)144

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 6(1)16

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 6(4)59

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 6(6)98

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 6(7)108

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [M] 6(9)153

— KEVII Study Circle Notes [S] 6(10)160

— KEVII Study Circle [M] 5(1)6

— KEVII Study Circle [M] 5(4)60

Dixon-Patterson, Ian ½d Die 1b - Frame Break [N] 23(5)78

— Two interesting Line-Engraved items [S] 27(4)72

Donaldson, Andy Wattses' Underprints [N] 39(5)83

Dougherty, T. G. C. 9d Govt Parcels [S] 29(2)30

Doupι, H. S. 1½d PUC Variety [N] 21(1)13

— 1937 Coronation Stamp [N] 24(4)63

— A Damaged Harrison One Penny Stamp [S] 2(9)113

— KEVII 1d Crown Varieties (1/5) [S] 4(8)102

— KEVII 1d Crown Varieties (2/5) [S] 4(10)142

— KEVII 1d Crown Varieties (3/5) [S] 5(2)17

— KEVII 1d Crown Varieties (4/5) [S] 5(4)48

— KEVII 1d Crown Varieties (5/5) [M] 5(5)64

— KEVII Medallion Cracks [N] 23(4)51

— KGVI The Obliteration of the Controls [M] 21(3)34

— KGVI The Tension of the Web [S] 20(4)53

— Master Negatives of the KGVI ½d Stamp [S] 17(6)103

— A Note on a Repaired KGVI 3d Stamp [S] 2(5)55

— The Prior Life of a Cylinder with a Crooked Carbon Tissue [S] 18(6)109

— The Retouched Forehead of the KGVI 1½d Stamp [S] 17(5)91

— Three Control Negatives of the KGVI ½d Green [S] 18(1)15

Driver, Michael KEVIII 1d, Control A36, Cylinder 7 dot [S] 48(2)48