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Stamp Hunting

Nimrod suggests some stamps worth looking for

Hong Kong

We commence the second part of our review of the stamps of Hong Kong with the 1912–21 King George V set (SG 100/16). While the $5 (115) remains the key value to a fine used set, both types of the 25c. (108, 109) are surprisingly elusive in this condition. The 50c. on blue-green paper with an olive back (111b) is a rarity in mint condition and seldom seen used. … [Read More] “Stamp Hunting”

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Caught in the Middle: Philately of Juan de Nova

By Steve Pendleton

Continuing his travels amongst the îles éparses, Steve Pendleton moves on from îles Glorieuses to the island of Juan de Nova. This relatively unknown island, located between Madagascar and the African mainland is a haven for turtles and birds, and was a centre for phosphate mining. Like the other îles êparses, Juan de Nova is part of the French Southern and Antarctic Territories and provides an interesting philatelic history. … [Read More] “Caught in the Middle: Philately of Juan de Nova”

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Announcement

Nick Vermeulen and Zelf Hussain, of PricewaterhouseCoopers CI LLP and PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP respectively, were appointed joint administrators of SG (Guernsey) Limited on 21 November 2017, (the Joint Administrators) to manage its affairs, business and property as agents without personal liability. The Joint Administrators are authorised to act as insolvency practitioners in Guernsey by the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales.

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