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  Stamp collecting - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
A philatelist often does, but need not, collect the objects of study, nor is it necessary to closely study what one collects.
The first cacheted FDC was produced by prominent philatelist and cachetmaker George W. Linn in 1923, for the Harding Memorial stamp issue.
Cachetmaking is considered an art form, and cachets may be produced by using any number of methods, including drawing or painting directly onto the envelope, serigraphy, block printing, lithography, engraving, laser printing, attachment of photographs or other paper memorabilia, etc..
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Stamp_collecting   (1601 words)

 Chances are you're already a philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The word comes from the same roots as the word "philately" (pronounced "fih-LAT-ul-ee"), which was created in the 1860s by a French stamp collector named Georges Herpin to describe the hobby of stamp collecting.
Some collectors think that the word "philatelist" has come to mean a more advanced stamp collector.
The word "philatelist" is useful in that it includes the postal historian, where the term "stamp collector" seems to exclude the collector whose interest is covers rather than stamps alone.
www.linns.com /howto/refresher/philatelist_20000110/refreshercourse.asp?uID=   (1234 words)

 Married to a Philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Being married to a philatelist means that when you go on your honeymoon, you have to visit the post office in each town for a cancellation, and you stop at all the stamp stores in search of first day cover for that city.
At a yard sale or a flea market, nothing makes my philatelist happier than to find a shabby-looking book or box of old stamps where the seller is unaware of what a treasure he is practically “giving away”.
The philatelist’s mailman is overburdened as the mail in and out of his house is abundant.
www.regencystamps.com /PressRelease/20010521.htm   (509 words)

 The Cuban Philatelist (English Page)
In total, 23 issues of the journal were published under the name The Cuban Philatelist on a quarterly basis, each volume consisting of four issues numbered 1-4 corresponding to the months of July, October, January, and April.
As mentioned in the preceding paragraph, at the beginning of 1989, The Cuban Philatelist was brought back to life as the literary journal of the Society by Silvia García-Frutos and El Boletín was dedicated to philatelic auctions and Society news, announcements, and advertisements.
The Cuban Philatelist's goal should be to stimulate and promote the exchange of ideas about Cuba's philately and we plan to make this publication an open forum for the discussion of any subject that could be of interest to our members.
www.philat.com /cpsa/phil-eng.html   (944 words)

 NSW Philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The subscription for The NSW Philatelist is: - for Society members in Australia $10 [in addition to the annual subscription].
Public subscription within Australia to The NSW Philatelist is $A15 per year or $A4 per single copy.
Unless otherwise stated, all material published in The NSW Philatelist is covered by Copyright.
www.zip.com.au /~psnsw/NSWPhilatelist.htm   (184 words)

 Local Mail Posts in the United States
The Cinderella Philatelist, The Private Post and The Penny Post are devoted to independent mail concerns and their stamps.
The discovery was "an unsevered pair of the first type in red, and a single specimen of the blue...," all surcharged.
Series of numbered volumes--the last was VI and was published in 1992--containing articles summarizing the views of expert philatelists on such problems as authenticity of stamps, including stamps from locals and independent posts, submitted for examination.
www.sil.si.edu /silpublications/postal-history/local-mail-posts   (5060 words)

 American Philatelist - Barbara Kinne
The author purchased a sandalwood box of stamps from a pawnshop in Macao "when American guns were first being heard in Viet Nam," and over the ensuing years he has woven one tale after another using these stamps as his inspiration.
Philatelists and non-philatelists alike will enjoy the twenty intrigues and four enigmas; following every 3-4 page tale, a description and history are given for each of the stamps used as illustration.
There is a real element of historical fiction in several of the tales; after all, each is based on one or more stamps that were actually issued.
www.themysterybox.com /Book1/ap0199.html   (329 words)

 The Society of Israel Philatelists   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
All content is the sole property of The Society of Israel Philatelists, Inc.
We have now started to post articles from the Israel Philatelist in PDF format.
Philatelist helps FBI recover stamp collection stolen 22 years ago: read the whole article about a member of the SIP who helped with this case
www.israelstamps.com   (224 words)

 American Topical Association - Seniors
By the age of 50, most philatelists have a good idea of what really interests them and are looking for creative outlets to educate themselves in their interests and enjoy doing something that has an inherent, personal appeal.
Recent surveys by several stamp-collecting newspapers show that the average collector is a male, aged 62 to 63 with a college degree or higher education.
A philatelist studies either the stamps and their usage or, in the case of topicalists, the subject matter on the stamp.
www.americantopicalassn.org /seniors.htm   (5919 words)

 Confederate Stamp Alliance - The Confederate Philatelist
Click Confederate Philatelist Archives if you wish to review and read previous articles that have been posted here.
Perhaps there is a favorite cover that would make a good article, or a previously unrecorded find that needs reporting, or some research work that would be of interest to other collectors.
Read this important special article by Trish Kaufmann on the new discovery of the Earliest Known Usage of CSA #7 that appears in The Confederate Philatelist.
www.csalliance.org /csa-6.htm   (198 words)

 JM a philatelist?   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This will get me drummed out of the secret guild of philatelists but the secret is that one never licks or sticks.
One occasionally hinges used stamps but with most unused stamps one uses either a special book or a special mount so as to keep them pure.
I have heard rumors that JM is a practicing philatelist, having, been "initiated" by ASH.
www.seriousliving.net /new-2909675-1060.html   (707 words)

 RPSC Press Release (Youth Philatelist)
Two recent winners of the Young Philatelist of the Year Award were Kelly Liusz (2002) and Kristen Ollies (2003).
Kelly Liusz, a native of St. Albert, Alberta, is now in university, but she has been an active stamp collector since she was a small child.
Both young ladies are deserving representatives of the Young Philatelist of the Year Award.
www.rpsc.org /press/2004youth.htm   (502 words)

 UPNS Journal
The flagship publication of the Ukrainian Philatelic and Numismatic Society is the Ukrainian Philatelist, which has been published since the society was founded in 1951.
A subscription to Ukrainian Philatelist is one of the membership benefits of the Ukrainian Philatelic and Numismatic Society.
A Ukrainian Philatelist Index, 1951-1996 (issues 1 through 78) is available and may be ordered from the Bookstore.
www.upns.org /journal.htm   (619 words)

 Northeastern Philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
We have not yet determined how often the Northeastern Philatelist will be published in the future or who will routinely edit, publish, and distribute it.
We are mailing 3 copies of the current issue of the Northeastern Philatelist to the person currently listed as contact for each club.
The Northeastern Philatelist is published several times per year and copies are mailed to the officers, directors, delegates, and advertisers, as well as to our member clubs and organizations.
www.nefed.org /nephilatelist.htm   (897 words)

 Boston.com / News / Boston Globe / Obituaries / William Fletcher, 73, philatelist in Lexington
By his own reckoning, William F. Fletcher had three careers; two were all about money and one was a labor of love: proprietor of the Battle Green Stamp Co. in Lexington.
He learned his love of philately at the knees of his father, who was also a philatelist.
After graduating from Middlebury College, he served in the Army for several years.
www.boston.com /news/globe/obituaries/articles/2004/10/13/william_fletcher_73_philatelist_in_lexington   (402 words)

 Calgary Philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Calgary Philatelist is an award-winning publication, published by the Calgary Philatelic Society, and edited by Dale Speirs.
Notice of address change or enquiries about missing copies should be sent to the Membership Chairperson, not the Editor.
The Calgary Philatelist is mailed free of charge to all paid-up members and Honorary Life Members of the Calgary Philatelic Society.
www.calgaryphilatelicsociety.com /CalgaryPhilatelist.htm   (324 words)

 Confederate Philatelist Authors' Instructions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Confederate Philatelist welcomes articles on all facets of Confederate States postal history and philately, including stories about "a favorite cover," the history surrounding a particular item, and biographical information as well as more scholarly philatelic studies.
At a minimum, we would appreciate that manuscripts for The Confederate Philatelist be submitted in typed double-spaced format.
Captions for illustrations, bibliographical references, footnotes, etc., should be grouped at the end of your manuscript.
www.jlkstamps.com /csa/instruct.htm   (532 words)

 Postal Service in Colonial America A Bibliography of Material in
November 5, 1639 decree of the Massachusetts Court establishing a post at Richard Fairbanks' house; the location of his home, "the present site of the downtown office of the Boston Globe." Chronology of English postal farm, 1516-1699.
Hahn, Calvet M. "The Provisional Post of the United States." The Collectors Club Philatelist 53, no. 3 (May 1974): 158-74; no. 4 (July 1974): 210-26; no. 5 (September 1974): 280-95; no. 6 (November 1974): 354-69; 54, no. 1 (January 1975): 34-45, 52; no. 2 (March 1975): 85-104, 121; no. 3 (May 1975): 162-75; unfinished[?].
Chronological narrative from 1639 to 1783, with illustrations of hand-stamps and Bishop marks, and Herman Moll's map of 1729.
www.sil.si.edu /SILPublications/postal-history/bibliography   (4228 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Originally published concurrently with Aero Philatelist's News, it was created to disseminate research articles too long for inclusion in the latter.
In 1971 The Aero Philatelist Annals lapsed with the death of its editor Henry M. Goodkind.
It was revived in 1975 as a supplement to The Airpost Journal, following the merger of Aero Philatelists Inc. and the American Air Mail Society in 1973 but was eventually discontinued owing to a lack of articles.
www.norbyhus.dk /fipliterature/a.doc   (7640 words)

 Quality Philatelist at 8a8   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
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www.storestocks.com /leisure-gardening/stamps/philatelist.html   (58 words)

 The Cinderella Philatelist
Now, what is perhaps a new genre or sub-genre Cinderella philatelic fiction, has emerged: a fictitious story based upon Cinderellas of a local issue.
The Cinderella Philatelist is priviledged in being able to reproduce from Dr. Frederick Highland's book, obviously directed to a wide circle of readers, The Mystery Box, a chapter, namely, "The Fallen Vicar" founded broadly on the veritable 1954 issue of Lundy.
Remembering that the chapter is fiction, Cinderella cognoscenti readers have to be prepared for references to the island having a resident police force, a population of some 602, a town of Marisco and to the absence in "any" catalogue of the listing of Lundy stamps.
www.themysterybox.com /Book1/cp0498.html   (282 words)

 Definition of pestle,philatelist,primordial,gaunt,clavicle,coddle,consanguinity,languid,incontinent,unravel
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When she heard the value of the Penny Black stamp, Phyllis was inspired to become a philatelist.
Explanation of pestle, philatelist, primordial, gaunt, clavicle, coddle, consanguinity, languid, incontinent, unravel
www.english-test.net /gre/vocabulary/words/125/gre-definitions.php   (1143 words)

 The Malayan Philatelist - Journal of The Malaya Study Group Volume 43 No. 4.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Malayan Philatelist - Journal of The Malaya Study Group Volume 43 No. 4.
The Malayan Philatelist is supplied to members of the Malaya Study Group.
If you are interested you are invited to join the Society.
home.freeuk.net /johnmorgan/tmp219.htm   (127 words)

I keep buying stuff faster than I can mount it, which at least keeps my busy (if broke.) I have started selling off some of the items I don't plan to keep, and some of my duplicates, so check out my For Sale page.
Please check back occasionally to see what's new, both with my efforts as the Philatelist Redux, and with what I'm offering and looking for.
Also, if any of my musings strike a chord (such as you are another "born again" collector or have questions like I had/have) please send me an email.
www.angelfire.com /la/PhilatelistRedux   (482 words)

 Warren Manning, The Classic Philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
He bought a volume to work one night on grave shift and shared it with me and in so doing opened up a whole new world for me. I managed to photocopy the entire three volumes on grave shifts and read it during every spare minute I could find.
Jerry introduced me to the Western Philatelic Library in Sunnyvale, CA and to the American Philatelic Research Library in State College, PA. Jerry handed down his freshly read Linn's and Western Stamp Collector's to me and let me borrow his American Philatelists to photocopy interesting articles.
I was hooked on literature big time and "inter-library loaned" stamp books from the Sunnyvale Public Library, the location of the Western Philatelic Library, which I promptly photocopied as I was still on a limited budget.
www.theclassicphilatelist.com /about.asp   (940 words)

 A Philatelic Bibliography for Yemen and the Arab Gulf States
The piece includes an image of a cover sent from Dar-Saad to Britain with the postage due markings used at Dar-Saad and drawings of the postmark and dues cancel.
III: The 2 and 4-anna" in The Philatelist, November 1966, pp 44, 45
The article includes pictures of a number of covers illustrating some of the different stamps and the rates for which they were used.
www.ohmygosh.on.ca /stamps/dubai/article.htm   (18484 words)

 Philatelist - Stamp Magazines
Kjřbenhavns Philatelist Klub · Postboks 3 · 1001 Křbenhavn K · kpk@kpk.dk...
The home page for The Rail Philatelist featuring railroad collectibles...
Welcome to The American Philatelist, the premier philatelic magazine in the nation and the oldest philatelic journal in...
www.moredetailsabout.com /Stamps/Philatelist.htm   (203 words)

 BWISC Library List   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The Philatelist Vol.33 Whole Numbers 500 - 503 and 507 - 511
The first volume of the amalgamated series comprise vol.49 of the Philatelist and vol.91 of the P.J..G.B. all the above are complete (except for vol.33) and each volume has its own annual index except for vols.37 and 41 are not held.
Each issue also has its own "whole number" but as these were often duplicated and not subsequently corrected some confusion will exist if these whole numbers are quoted.
bwisc.org /30_library/bwisc_lib_cat07.html   (998 words)

 Ken Lawrence: Before the Penny Black
One of these notes is still preserved in Paris and is one of the oldest penny post letters extant, and a curious example of a pre-paying envelope
On the 7th of November, 1818, the emission of stamped postal paper was announced in Sardinia.
Despite Philatelist One's criticism of serialization, if you work as I do, you are probably likelier to post what you can do easily at one sitting than what you postpone because it requires too much time.
www.norbyhus.dk /btpb.html   (3164 words)

 THE VOICE-TRIBUNE/Philatelist   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
The stamp credits Post with defining "modern good manners and conduct" and said her "books, radio programs, and syndicated newspaper column set the standard for etiquette throughout the twentieth century."
Along those lines, Owsley Brown Frazier, vice chairman of Brown-Forman Corp.'s board and a self-described "closet philatelist," has written U.S. Postmaster General William J. Henderson with a polite complaint.
Frazier, whose company owns Lenox China, said he was shocked to see the Post postage bearing a large image of Copeland Spode china, a product of England.
www.louisville.com /voice/stamp722.shtml   (489 words)

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