DIGITAL VERSION - GB Stamp Catalogue QEII Pre-Decimal 13th Ed.

Stock Code: D2810-19


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Awarded a Gold in the Philatelic Literature category at Stockholmia 2019. This thoroughly researched catalogue provides a detailed listing of all British pre-decimal postage stamps, from the first definitives showing Her Majesty The Queen, issued in December 1952, up to the end of 1970.


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DIGITAL VERSION - GB Stamp Catalogue QEII Pre-Decimal 13th Ed. - $43.20*

Key Selling Features

 This catalogue has long been recognised as the standard guide to the early stamps of the present reign and the new 13th edition features an enormous number of additions and improvements, making it absolutely indispensable to collectors of this fascinating period in British philately.

New for this edition:

New articles charting the introduction of the Wilding and Machin designs have been written for the catalogue by Frank Walton RDP and Douglas Muir RDP, respectively.

The catalogue is illustrated in colour for the first time, with new clear pictures of the plate and cylinder flaws which are currently enjoying such a resurgence of popularity with collectors.

New expanded and fully-priced listings of the imprimaturs now released from the archives of the Postal Museum have been included in all sections, including varieties and cylinder blocks. Coil leaders are now priced for the first time.

The booklet sections have been transferred out of the Appendix to follow their relevant booklet pane sections, and expanded with additional production notes.

The notes on the Postage Due watermarks have been improved, with clear new illustrations.

The Postage Rates appendix has been expanded to meet the needs of the growing number of collectors interested in the postal history of this period.

The catalogue has been carefully repriced throughout, following consultation with specialist collectors and dealers.

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