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ALCOCK R.C. Scots Local Cancellations Illustrated 1854-1860
ALCOCK R.C. Scots Local Cancellations Illustrated 1854-1860

R.C. Alcock Ltd (1984)
124pp. Fine in blue card covers.
£24.00


WARD W. Postage stamps used in Scotland.
WARD W. Postage stamps used in Scotland.

Published by the author (1926)
16pp + loose railway map. 1st ed., minor foxing otherwise clean in original card covers.
Very scarce.
£18.00


ANDERSON John Scots Local Cancellations. - Being a study of certain obliterations used by the Post Office in Scotland during the years 1854-1860.
ANDERSON John Scots Local Cancellations. - Being a study of certain obliterations used by the Post Office in Scotland during the years 1854-1860.

H.F. Johnson (1929)
35pp. 1st ed., clean in original blue card covers. Front cover with tiny fault.
Very scarce.
£9.00


HENDERSON J.R. Post Offices in Scotland.
HENDERSON J.R. Post Offices in Scotland.

Scottish Postmark Group (1966)
Fine in original blue cloth. Some neat manuscript corrections.
£9.00


WARD C.W. Scottish T.P.O.
WARD C.W. Scottish T.P.O.'s. - Their history and postmarks.

Published by the author (1947)
28pp. 1st ed. Fine in original blue card covers. 7.5 x 10"
£6.00


AUCKLAND B. and BONAR J.J. Penny Posts of Edinburgh and District 1773 - 1839.
AUCKLAND B. and BONAR J.J. Penny Posts of Edinburgh and District 1773 - 1839.

Scottish Postmark Group (1972)
76pp. 1st ed., fine in blue cloth.
£14.00


ARNOT J. The Brunswick Star - with notes on the Pillar stamp.  Duplex obliterator.
ARNOT J. The Brunswick Star - with notes on the Pillar stamp. Duplex obliterator.

Ramsay Stewart (1950 (circa))
16pp. 1st ed., clean in card covers.
Study of these early Edinburgh duplex postmarks.
£5.00


HENDERSON J.R. Post Offices in Scotland.
HENDERSON J.R. Post Offices in Scotland.
HENDERSON J.R. Post Offices in Scotland.

Scottish Postmark Group (1966)
Fine in original blue cloth annotated in manuscript with corrections to listings. Signed by author on f.e.p.
£15.00


DOUGLAS J. Numbered Postmarks of Scotland.
DOUGLAS J. Numbered Postmarks of Scotland.

Scottish Postmark Group (1967)
70pp. 1st ed., fine in blue boards.
£12.00


DOUGLAS J. The Experimental Duplex Cancellations of Scotland.
DOUGLAS J. The Experimental Duplex Cancellations of Scotland.

Scottish Postmark Group (1980 Circa))
38 large pp. Revised 2nd ed., fine in blue boards. 8.5 x 12"
£16.00


SCOTTISH POSTMARK GROUP Dotted circle postmarks of Scotland.
SCOTTISH POSTMARK GROUP Dotted circle postmarks of Scotland.

Edinburgh (1962)
35pp + ads. 1st ed., clean in original blue cloth.
£12.00


SCOTTISH POSTMARK GROUP Experimental duplex cancellations of Scotland.
SCOTTISH POSTMARK GROUP Experimental duplex cancellations of Scotland.

Edinburgh (1963)
28pp + ads. 1st ed., ex philatelic society library with h/s on inside cover otherwise clean in original blue cloth.
£8.00


SCOTTISH POSTMARK GROUP Scots Local Namestamps.
SCOTTISH POSTMARK GROUP Scots Local Namestamps.

Edinburgh (1964)
iv + 56pp + ads. 1st ed., clean in original blue cloth.
£14.00


MACKAY J.A. The Circular name stamps of Scotland.
MACKAY J.A. The Circular name stamps of Scotland.

Dumfries (1977)
20 large pp. 1st ed., fine in blue card covers.
£6.00


AYRES George History of the Mail Routes to Ireland until 1850.
AYRES George History of the Mail Routes to Ireland until 1850.

Lulu.com (2011)
134 large pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
Mail communication between London and Ireland was very important for both official and trade purposes from the 15th Century. From the mid 16th Century a number of designated ports were used to ship the mail to Ireland and posts were laid to those ports along defined routes, however, these routes were subject to change. This book identifies the ports, when they were used and presents the history of the changes to those routes from that early time until 1850. Detailed descriptions of the routes are given in text, tables and figures showing how they changed over these years, together with a discussion of those changes and a commentary on the improvements that were made to the roads over the years, particularly in the difficult areas of North Wales, South Wales and South West Scotland. Also included is the history of the Edinburgh to Portpatrick route. Finally the effect of the introduction of the railways on the carriage of mail to Ireland is described.
£12.00


AUCKLAND B. Postal markings of Scotland to 1808.
AUCKLAND B. Postal markings of Scotland to 1808.

Edinburgh (1978)
144pp. 1st ed., clean in D/W.
£7.00


AUCKLAND A.B. Mileage Marks of Scotland.
AUCKLAND A.B. Mileage Marks of Scotland.

Scottish Postmark Group (1965)
71pp. 1st ed., clean in marked original blue cloth.
£16.00


MACKAY James A. Scottish Numeral Postmarks.
MACKAY James A. Scottish Numeral Postmarks.

Dumfries (1987)
196 large pp. 1st ed., clean in yellow card covers.
£18.00


PATTON Dr Donald S. Farthing Delivery. A Fight for Cheaper Postage.
PATTON Dr Donald S. Farthing Delivery. A Fight for Cheaper Postage.

Lowe & Brydone (Printers) Ltd. (1960)
55pp. 1st ed., fine in card covers.
£7.00


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