The July 2011 issue of Philatelic Exporter is available now. Please see below for the contents in this month’s issue.
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Afinsa/Forum; Finland ice hockey; Canada Post dispute; Greenland withdrawals; Liberia Cocoa stamps; SG website; Search and Rescue presentation; Sweden charity series; AIDS stamps; India cloth stamp; ASDA’s new software; Mayotte stamps to end; Zimpost Post Bus; Mowbray charity donation.
News about stamp people
Salisbury shop; Exeter house; Western Union scam
Priceless Crown Jewels for £6
Michael Burzan: Another Royal Wedding
Glen Stephens: Superb new Queensland cancels book
Wayne Youngblood: Snapshots may be misleading
Around the Rooms
David Feldman; Argyll Etkin; Warwick & Warwick
London 2010; Festival of Stamps declared a success
Cover to Cover
Tony Buckingham: Royal Wedding aftermath
David Rennie reviews some new books and catalogues
The View from Down Under
Glen Stephens: More eBay stamp madness
Brian Lund: Do philatelists look down on picture postcards?
Currencies of the postal administrations of the world
In the Philatelic Exporter July 1951, 1998, 2004, 2008
Overseas and Major UK Events
Stanley Gibbons’ world famous stamp shop at 399 Strand, London is a collector's paradise, selling everything you could need – stamps, catalogues, albums, accessories, and much more...