My current catalogue library and my love of specialized catalogues! Postais: Portugal, Açores e Madeira supplement; Afinsa. Michel – Europa Band 4 – Sudosteuropa (/). Michel – Europa Band . PORTUGAL. AFINSA – Catalogue of Portugal, Azores & Madeira (). AFINSA . Afinsa (Portugal); Anfils (Spain); Australasian stamp catalogue (Australia) Froede (Germany, active to ); Hellas stamp catalogue and postal.
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Since the original post my collection has grown and now also includes: Signs of the past. Maury afknsa longer lists catalogues on its own website, my guess is all the latest editions are out of print as well, though again the aftermarket will have copies. And finally, for collectors in the USA, the realization that Scott does not list many items that would be considered basic issues in other countries is a frustration that only the overseas specialized catalogues can redress, at least until such time as Scott finally provides listings in its Classic Specialized Catalogue.
Imprensa Nacional 1st ed. I can’t find anything in libraries local to me though.
I just bought a edition of the Scott Specialised – on I think Alibris. Previous topic Next topic. Essential stamp reference books or catalogues to own? Page 1 of 1.
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I live outside the city and will ask again about other reference books. For clif hiker being based in the USA, Scott is perfect. Sun Jan 19, Len Drury New Zealand. Sat Sep 29, I know of at least 2 major branches of public libraries in Hong Kong that stock full, current year, sets of both SG and Scott.
I’d doubt it, due to cost. You cannot post new topics in this forum You cannot reply to topics in this forum You cannot edit your posts in this forum You cannot delete your posts in this forum.
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At times, I’ve seen some dealers still use Afinsa catalogue numbers and values in their item descriptions though. Your worldwide catalogue should reflect your local market. And they replace the volumes on the shelf with the newer edition 1 by 1 as they’re published.
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Part of the reason is due to the sheer number of varieties you often find listed, which makes shopping for stamps all the more fun if you have the chance to find a variety that is only listed in specialized catalogues in the stock of a dealer who does not know. But, I find that most catalogues are organized in such a way that someone with little foreign language knowledge can, with the help of online translators, get the main arinsa of what the catalogues are saying. It cost a fraction of the cost of a new copy and a very modest amount for shipping.
Stanley Gibbons ‘Stamps of the World’ 6 volume set would be a good start. For Australia and New Zealand, the more recently published catalogues are catlogi not as good as the specialist offerings, such as Brusden White or Campbell Pattersonbut superior in coverage to Seven Seas and Auckland City Stamps.
Showing items in Philatelic Books – Portugal. Any advice would be appreciated You may be thinking wow how can he use all these catalogues, most are not in Catlobo NO annoying pop-up ads everywhere! Stamps, Proofs, Covers and More Colleges and universities can also get uncommon portugxl on loan. If and when he decides to specialise, the choice of catalogue would then tend to be more the “home” catalogue of the stamps he’s collecting. Afinsa Portugal Republic Of Oortugal. All times are UTC.