Tag: egypt

March 15, 2014

The Ides of March present glad tidings, this time round.  We have diligently added copious quantities of better Canadian material, both used and mint.  Perforated Officials, the likes of which do not come up often, have been added, handsome blocks of four as well as revenues.  Some tough Newfoundland material makes its way into inventory …

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March 26, 2011

Egypt #269

We have added even more of those eclectic sets and part sets from Egypt, mostly mint. Also more of the superb Monaco in mint never hinged sets. For the topical collector we have some unusual Olympic stamps, seldom seen Birds as well as Flowers.

March 24, 2011

Monaco Postage Due

A large number of new and unusual items have been added to inventory. The list of countries includes: Egypt, Monaco (some high quality material), Denmark, Sudan and the Germany area. Also a largely complete collection of the Silver Jubilee Issues common design types of King George V, offered by the set by the issuing countries.

Letter from Venice to Alexandria — Weekly Feature #397

Letter from Venice

Letter from Venice to Alexandria The earliest mail systems were organized for powerful rulers and for the military. A system was developed in the fifteenth century by Venetian merchants which served many parts of the Mediterranean. Stamp collectors read of this early postal service but rarely have the opportunity to buy one. We offer this …

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