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Exhibiting...
everybody, who wants to exhibit a part of his collection, must be prepared to some surprises. especi ...
6/28/2008 at 08:28
by: lam
WHAT IS IT?
Thank you, Venets
I am not sure, that this example is real stationary card. The fact, that it was s ...
10/21/2006 at 03:03
by: lam
The reverse side
10/12/2006 at 06:31
by: lam
WHAT IS IT?
It seems to be a formula card, but it isn't. Formula card is printed in light brown, and this card i ...
10/12/2006 at 06:29
by: lam
How many POWs were there?
The message, written on this card passed the Military Censorship, because it matched the interest of ...
10/6/2006 at 20:24
by: lam
One more Post & Telegraph District?
This is Money Order Formular, issued by S.Petersburg Post-Telegraph District. This particulary formu ...
9/13/2006 at 06:54
by: lam
Scott #1 Cancel Help!!
Druskeniki in some lists is written as "Druzgeniki" (Друз&am ...
8/19/2006 at 01:47
by: lam
Imperial Russia stationeries catalog
Nice!
Did you include Formula Cards - Local issues, POW cards, Army in Fields cards etc.?
7/13/2006 at 00:36
by: lam
POW Post Deliveries Dates
The beginning of the WW1 dated Aug.1, 1914.
First two POW correspondence cards (so called Petrograd ...
7/7/2006 at 16:06
by: lam
Academy for Philately
Hi folks!
I see the beginning of the war between the Old World and the New World.
Stop it!
I want ...
7/5/2006 at 05:48
by: lam
Academy for Philately
Thank you!
I collected some cutouts from articles about "Academy..." and one URL address. May be it ...
7/3/2006 at 14:52
by: lam
Academy for Philately
A.Speeckaert, the author of "Russian Postal Censorship" is a member of Belgian Academy for Pilately. ...
7/3/2006 at 11:02
by: lam
Formulars?
One more kind of formulars, described by Epstein, are Russian Empire stationeries with cachet, appli ...
4/21/2006 at 16:48
by: lam
Formulars?
Nice, but there is no indication, that this envelope is issued by POSTAL AUTHORITY.
Otherfore you c ...
4/21/2006 at 08:43
by: lam
Formulars?
IvoSteijn is absolutely right: only the forms, issued by Postal Authorities may be defined as "formu ...
4/21/2006 at 05:44
by: lam
Formulars?
Every document, issued by Postal Authorities to provide proper service of postal deliveries. The com ...
4/19/2006 at 16:19
by: lam
watermarks
So, let's talk about experiments...
As it was supposed, big size papers (like post cards) can't be ...
4/16/2006 at 07:07
by: lam
watermarks
Not exactly!
I am talking about Formula POW correspondence Cards issueb by POW Camps. This formula ...
4/13/2006 at 11:14
by: lam
watermarks
Many thanks!
Both sites looks interesting. I"ll try it and will inform you about results.
The poin ...
4/12/2006 at 16:28
by: lam
watermarks
who knows how to make watermarks visible, using scanner and "Photoshop" program?
welcome any input
4/12/2006 at 02:44
by: lam
What is raster?
Raster means screen.
"Photogravure or Lithography is easy to distinguish;..... the fine screen of d ...
6/17/2005 at 17:27
by: lam
Tsarist cancels, need information
Several years ago I prepared a list (based on D.Skipton Reverse Sort List) in MS ACCESS format. It g ...
5/20/2005 at 13:51
by: lam
How many DVORs?
There is a list of ALL places, where was a post station, and includes the word "DVOR":
Bol'shoi Dvo ...
5/17/2005 at 01:38
by: lam
strange letter?
Gentelmen - this is just another form for the letter. You can find them a lot.
But do you see what ...
12/6/2004 at 11:09
by: lam
Lietuva
The best you can do, is to contact with Klein, Prof. Dr. U. E., Postfach 11 53, 57234 Wilnsdorf,
Am ...
9/5/2004 at 14:38
by: lam
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