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WILLCOCKS R.M. and JAY B. The British County Catalogue. - Vol. 3, London
WILLCOCKS R.M. and JAY B. The British County Catalogue. - Vol. 3, London

R.M. Wilcocks (1983)
xii +196pp. 1st ed., fine in fine D/W.
Catalogue of London pre stamp postal markings.
£20.00


WESTLEY H.C. Postal Cancellations of London 1840-1890.
WESTLEY H.C. Postal Cancellations of London 1840-1890.

H.F. Johnson (1950)
170pp + plates. 1st ed., fine in worn D/W. Minor toning to end papers.
£30.00


FELDMAN Hugh Letter Receivers of London 1652-1857:  - A History of Their Offices and Handstamping within the General, Penny and Twopenny Posts.
FELDMAN Hugh Letter Receivers of London 1652-1857: - A History of Their Offices and Handstamping within the General, Penny and Twopenny Posts.

Stuart Rossiter Trust Fund (1998)
2 vols. in slip case. 844 large pp. New.
A monumental work. Recommended
£28.00


ROBERTSON A.W. The maritime postal history of London 1766-1960.
ROBERTSON A.W. The maritime postal history of London 1766-1960.

Robson Lowe (1960)
68 large inter-leaved pp. 1st ed., fine in slightly worn original cloth.
Well illustrated authorative handbook.
£30.00


HESS Dr Wolf The Traudl collection of London Postal History 1661 to 10th Jan
HESS Dr Wolf The Traudl collection of London Postal History 1661 to 10th Jan'y 1840.

Society of Postal Historians (1994)
ii + 134 large pp. Clean in spiral ring binding.
Photocopy of the collection.
£12.00


ANON The House of Commons Post Office. - No 60.
ANON The House of Commons Post Office. - No 60.

Factsheet, House of Commons (n.d.)
19 large pp. Clean in paper covers.
£4.00


HOUSE OF COMMONS Minutes of evidence taken before the committee appointed to consider of the agreement made with Mr Palmer, for the reform and improvement of the Post Office and its revenue;
 - and to whom several reports and accounts, relating thereto, were referred..
HOUSE OF COMMONS Minutes of evidence taken before the committee appointed to consider of the agreement made with Mr Palmer, for the reform and improvement of the Post Office and its revenue; - and to whom several reports and accounts, relating thereto, were referred..

H.M.S.O. (1813)
24 large pp. Fine.
Examination of Mr Palmer's disputes with the Postmaster General.
£40.00


HOUSE OF COMMONS Report from the select committee on intended improvements in the Post-Office.
HOUSE OF COMMONS Report from the select committee on intended improvements in the Post-Office.HOUSE OF COMMONS Report from the select committee on intended improvements in the Post-Office.
HOUSE OF COMMONS Report from the select committee on intended improvements in the Post-Office.

H.M.S.O. (1815)
37 large pp. Fine. Also two further 2pp reports published in 1816.
Plans for the new General Post Office in London.
£40.00


COHEN S.F. Squared Circle Postmarks of the London Suburban District Offices.
COHEN S.F. Squared Circle Postmarks of the London Suburban District Offices.

Harry Hayes, Batley (1983)
34 large pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
£5.00


WELLSTED Ralph Exhibitions in London 1851-1951 and their postal connections.
WELLSTED Ralph Exhibitions in London 1851-1951 and their postal connections.

National Postal Museum (1983)
12pp. Fine in card covers.
£8.00


GLADSTONE E.S. Great Britain
GLADSTONE E.S. Great Britain's first postage stamp.

Liverpool (1924)
25pp + 13 plates. 1st ed., fine in original worn green cloth.
A very scarce study of the first Dockwra London Penny Post with good illustrations of the marks on cover.
£40.00


HANSON S.D. The postal service in Walthamstow.
HANSON S.D. The postal service in Walthamstow.

Walthamstow Antiquarian Society (1972)
43pp. 1st ed., clean in card covers.
Postal history from the C17th with some illustrations.
£8.00


LONDON CENSORSHIP The London Censorship 1914 - 1919 - by members of the staff past and present.
LONDON CENSORSHIP The London Censorship 1914 - 1919 - by members of the staff past and present.

Printed for private circulation by Harrisons & Sons (1919)
69 large pp. 1st ed., rather worn in original marked pictorial card covers. Page corners thumbed.
Articles on the life of the postal censors during the war with many illustrations. Very scarce.
£75.00


PHILATELIC STUDENTS
PHILATELIC STUDENTS' FELLOWSHIP The record of the Philatelic Students' Fellowship. - Number 3.

S.R. Turner (1911)
17pp + 9 of 11 plates, (missing plates 8-9 but supplied as photocopies) 1st ed., fine in original card covers. Printed for private circulation on hand made paper.
Articles on London Twopenny Post, local post of Kustendje, Turkey and U.S.A. Rare.
£60.00


PHILATELIC STUDENTS
PHILATELIC STUDENTS
PHILATELIC STUDENTS' FELLOWSHIP The record of the Philatelic Students' Fellowship. - Number 3.

S.R. Turner (1911)
17pp + 11 plates, 1st ed., fine in original card covers. Printed for private circulation on hand made paper.
Articles on London Twopenny Post, local post of Kustendje, Turkey and U.S.A. Rare.
£120.00


SIDEBOTTOM J.K. The Government Dockwra. - 1683 - 1794.
SIDEBOTTOM J.K. The Government Dockwra. - 1683 - 1794.

Postal History Society (1951)
11pp. 1st ed., very fine in paper covers.
£6.00


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LEDGER The Annual Pocket Ledger 1804. London. J. Coutts, Bermondsey 1804 46pp + folding tables bound with 'Copy of an Order of Council at the Court of St James, February 1, 1728. Containing certain Liberties, Rights, and Privileges granted to his Majesty's Watermen, being servants in ordinary with fee.' + A cash account with pages completed in manuscript by a gentleman training to be a doctor in Edinburgh. Bound in worn original marbled end papers. Clean. Includes folding hand coloured 'Table shewing the Distance in Miles and Furlongs of the several Towns, Bridges, &c upon the River Thames, from each other by water, from London Bridge to Oxford. Also the expenses of travelling by coach from London to Edinburgh.
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