EDITION D'OR

EDITION D'OR

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The book documents the introduction of the European Postal Services in Palestine, from the initial forerunners to the opening of postal offices until their closures in 1914.

134 pages, of which 117 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, in German and English

69.00 EUR

Article number: 418

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The collection comprises the beginning of the postal service in Nepal, starting with the British-Indian Post Office in 1816, up to the first adhesive stamps in Nepal, issued from 1881.

225 pages, of which 203 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, in German and English

89.00 EUR

Article number: 419

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This exhibit shows the political scene in Denmark and the influence of Germany during WWII, chronologically with philatelic and non-philatelic items.

163 pages, of which 132 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, in German and English

69.00 EUR

Article number: 420

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The introduction of this book in the EDITION D'OR series aims to introduce the reader to the two collections presented in this volume: The history of the Square-Rigged Sailing Vessels and the special study of Denmark 1927-1952 the Caravel Postal Stationary. It also captures and reflects current approaches to thematic philately and practice, defined as having a "story-telling" concept in philatelic exhibits.

133 pages, of which 111 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

69.00 EUR

Article number: 407

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The collection of Dr. Géza Homonnay documents the transition from the establishment of the Hungarian postal service on 1 May 1867 to the issue of the lithographed stamps printed in Hungary on 1 May 1871, as well as the subsequent three-month period until 31 July 1871 when the 1867 stamp issue became invalid on Hungarian territory.

The collection of Dr. Géza Homonnay reflects the history and postal history of the four years of transition to domestic political independence, from 1867 to 1871, in as exciting a way as a history book!

174 pages, of which 149 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

69.00 EUR

Article number: 406

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272 pages, of which 249 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

89.00 EUR

Article number: 402

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324 pages, of which 294 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

89.00 EUR

Article number: 392

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330 pages, of which 300 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

89.00 EUR

Article number: 391

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162 pages, of which 125 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

69.00 EUR

Article number: 390

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154 pages, of which 127 are full-colour plates showing pages from the collection, hardbound with dust jacket, bilingual in English and German

69.00 EUR

Article number: 389

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