Philatelic Literature

Philatelic literature is written material relating to philately, primarily information about postage stamps and postal history.

Read more about Philatelic Literature:  Background To Philatelic Literature, Main Types of Philatelic Literature, The Stamp Catalogue, The Single Country Book, The Specialised Study, The Philatelic Journal, Philatelic Bibliography, Further Reading

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Philatelic Literature - Further Reading
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James Negus - Selected Publications
... A summary of the recorded papers, perforations and major varieties (European philatelic library) ... "Philately's Ugly Ducklings Rehabilitating the 1934-36 Issues of Tannu Tuva" in The Philatelic Journal, July-September 1960 ... Good bibliographic practice a series of four papers reprinted from the Philatelic Literature Review ...

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