appears to be over, but hopefully our latest catalogue number 181 will
bring a little sunshine to you!
thematic listing has been an integral part of this catalogue.
Unfortunately due to software issues, we are unable to produce the
thematic listing this time. If you need help identifying any 'themes',
please contact Anne to get lot numbers on an individual basis, but this
may take a little time. To save paper it is easiest to email this
information should you require it.
note that we no longer have a Fax facility. Due to the use of email, the
use of faxes has reduced to virtually nothing and it is not economic to
have a dedicated analogue phone line for this.
the Great Britain section although smaller than usual does have some
very nice key items including used penny Blacks, numbered Maltese Cross
cancellations including a pair with the scarce number 10 and a very nice
£5 Orange used at a competitive price as well as both mint and used
examples of the 1929 £1 P.U.C. stamp which remains an icon of British
World and Commonwealth sections include some good King George V Cyprus,
early Portugal, Cape of Good Hope triangle issues and some nice early
Australia including better Kangaroo types. The France section has some
interesting 'Peace & Commerce' issues.
the thematic areas we have processed many new items in the 2008 to 2011
periods from across the globe. In particular some sheetlets of aircraft
which we have not handle previously.
ever, the illustrations can only give a flavour of what the catalogue
contains but do show many of the more unusual, visual and what we think
are the more highly rated items.
reservation by phone is recommended. If you have your customer ID
number to hand when phoning this enables us to handle your requests more
Stamp Centre Team