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Prague-2018
Collectors interested in "Big Russia" will have a meeting on Friday, August 17th, from 11:00 in the ...
6/20/2018 at 12:43
by: stamplover
Foreign cancel on used abroad
We received the following question from one of our members:

Could one of the Russian stamps inten ...
1/16/2018 at 20:17
by: stamplover
question about gum
Highly suspicious for re-gumming. Note that the perfs on the bottom and right have no gum.
11/16/2017 at 21:20
by: stamplover
Why postage due?


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8/29/2017 at 13:20
by: stamplover
Even simpler?
As we know, all Soviet mail had to be postmarked on arrival. Isn't it possible that a low-level cler ...
1/24/2017 at 19:52
by: stamplover
Censorship of domestic mail
Take a look at eBay 301089216700 : this domestic civilian postcard was sent in 1916 within Estonia, ...
1/24/2017 at 19:27
by: stamplover
Symposium on Analytical Philately in London
There will be a third Symposium organized by the Institute for Analytical Philately in October 2017 ...
9/29/2016 at 16:26
by: stamplover
Imperial Stamped Stationary
Michel Ganzsachen-Katalog Europa Ost.
9/29/2016 at 16:15
by: stamplover
Scott-Gibbons Cross Reference
Since stamps per se are government-issued documents, their reproductions are NOT copyrighted. Howeve ...
8/4/2016 at 10:28
by: stamplover
Scott-Gibbons Cross Reference
Since stamps per se are government-issued documents, their reproductions are NOT copyrighted. Howeve ...
8/4/2016 at 10:27
by: stamplover
A curious item

Couple of comments. First, by 1909 Germany discontinued the use of arrival postmarks on regular ma ...
3/31/2016 at 13:48
by: stamplover
A curious item

Couple of comments. First, by 1909 Germany discontinued the use of arrival postmarks on regular ma ...
3/31/2016 at 13:48
by: stamplover
Why no postage?
A club mate showed me about 8 covers sent between 1911 and 1915 from small villages in northern Bess ...
12/23/2015 at 14:09
by: stamplover
Manfred Dobin
We will publish an obituary in the Fall issue of the Journal.
6/2/2015 at 14:32
by: stamplover
Control stamps
Other countries issued saving stamps (also called thrift stamps), too. Perhaps better known in the U ...
2/10/2015 at 11:50
by: stamplover
Museum of post in Moscow
Although the famous A. S. Popov Museum of Russian is located in St. Petersburg, Moscow has its own P ...
10/31/2014 at 10:26
by: stamplover
Black Sea mail
Thomas Berger from Switzerland (who for some reasons just resigned from the Rossica) put on the Inte ...
10/26/2014 at 17:51
by: stamplover
Sold
The postcard sold for $410 incl. commission.
4/22/2014 at 10:26
by: stamplover
Crimea
This airmail letter was sent on March 28 from Kerch and arrived in about 10 days, as has been usual ...
4/18/2014 at 14:42
by: stamplover
Air mail 1922?
What is this? Any idea about the rate? the dealer describes it as early air mail.
4/17/2014 at 12:40
by: stamplover
Mail to Crimea?
I asked a friend who was born in Kerch and still has connections in Crimea to arrange sending me mai ...
4/7/2014 at 14:33
by: stamplover
Feldman auction
David Feldman auction sold an unused No. 1 last October for 24 plus 20% commission, a total of abou ...
1/5/2014 at 12:36
by: stamplover
A St Petersburg local RR find
According to Russian sources, the RR line from SPB to Krasnoe Selo was opened in 1858-9 and has neve ...
10/12/2013 at 13:44
by: stamplover
Got an answer
"Возвращае ...
8/30/2013 at 12:56
by: stamplover
"Returned" marking
This cover has been sent 17.5.1943 from besieged Leningrad to an FPO and returned to sender. Black r ...
8/25/2013 at 14:52
by: stamplover
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