Time-Life Books, 1995. Many color and b/w Illus. 4to, blue pictorial boards, in the publisher's paper slipcase. N.p.: (Time-Life Books, 1995). Fine Laid in is a mint block of 20 United States postage stamps on the Civil War in its original shrinkwrap. This volume contains 16 biographies of each person depicted on the stamps and accounts of 4 famous Civil War battles.
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American Lithographic Co., 1918. Poster. Original lithograph. Unmounted. 30 x 20 inches. Endearing image for the War Saving Stamps effort.
New York: Collectors Club, 1961. Illus. 8vo, cloth lightly soiled, corners lightly bumped. (New York): Collectors Club, (1961).
Louisville: Leonard H. Hartmann, 1976. Illus. 2 Vols. Thick 4to, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled on both volumes. Louisville: Leonard H. Hartmann, 1976. First Edition Signed by the author. One of 750 sets. Microfiche in back pocket of volume II.
Washington: Francis Preston Blair, 1834. 24pp. 8vo, disbound, margins browned throughout, foxing to margins of title page. Washington: Francis Preston Blair, 1834. First Edition Author became postmaster general in 1829. Beginning in 1830, Barry was investigated by Congress for corruption. "He was charged with favoritism in making contracts for carrying the mails, with increasing payments to contractors far beyond the published schedules...Barry successfully refuted the charges..." DAB I, page 657. Sabin 3692.
Hong Kong: Pressroom, 1996. Edited by William L. Kullman. 12 color plates, plus black-and-white text illustrations. xiv + 72pp., tall, thin 8vo, glossy pictorial wrappers. Hong Kong: Pressroom, (1996). A very good (+) copy.
Milwaukee, WI: 1969. 3.25 x 6.25-inch First Day Cover commemorating the "thirty-eighth annual convention of the Wisconsin Federation of Stamp Clubs." Signed and dated "1969" by Coward and postmarked in Milwaukee, Wisconsin on May 17, 1969. The envelope features an image of an Abraham Lincoln stamp on the left and has a cancelled six-cent Apollo 8 stamp on the upper right. Quadruple-matted in gray with a handsome circular cut-out surrounding a 4.75-inch-wide photo of Coward wearing a hat and overcoat...
Melbourne: Hawthorn Press, 1955. Text Illus. 24pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., wrappers and pages throughout are creased in upper right corner margin, previous private owner's rubber stamps on front wrapper. Melbourne: Hawthorn Press, (1955). One of 300 copies.
Christchurch: L. F. G. Franks, 1958. Marine P.O.'s, Packet Boats, Military Covers. Many Illus. 40pp. 8vo, pr. wrs., wrappers partially faded near spine. Christchurch: L. F. G. Franks, 1958. Very good.
Danbury: Sotheby Parke Bernet, 1981. Illustrated. 48pp., Danbury: Sotheby Parke Bernet Stamp Auction Co., 1981. A very good copy.
1939. 36 stamps in a 5 x 6 inch sheet. Holiday greeting stamps promoting the treatment & prevention of tuberculosis. N.p., 1939. The design, by Kent, feautures a white angel outlined in red against a dark blue ground. Fine.
New York: Harry L. Lindquist, 1933. Illus. 72pp. 8vo, maroon cloth. New York: Harry L. Lindquist, 1933. First Edition. Very good Signed by the author. Author also includes the story of post office and postal markings of the early Texas state period.
Copenhagen: Brondom, 1998. More than 40 works reproduced in color. oblong 12mo, black pictorial wrappers. Copenhagen: Brondum, (1998). A near fine copy.
London: Robson Lowe. Illus. 12pp. Tall 8vo, pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, lower right corner margin throughout lightly creased. London: Robson Lowe, n.d., circa 1970.
London: George Alllen and Unwin, 1948. Illus. 4to, blue cloth, d.w. chipped and lightly soiled, upper front cover in right corner faded from sun exposure, front flyleaf and last blank page partially browned. London: George Allen and Unwin, (1948). History of the Overland Mail Route from England via Egypt to India.
New York: Abbeville, 1989. Hundreds of color illustrations. 96pp., thin, square 8vo, glossy pictorial boards. New York: Abbeville Press, (1989). A near fine copy.
Tokyo: Kyota Hanga-In. 6 hand-made plates, (reduced in size from originals) with paper mattes and Japanese paper tissue guards, in a board folder with large printed label and string ties. Two page explanation printed in English and Japanese. Tokyo: Kyota Hanga-in, no date. Fine.
London: Heinemann, 1961. Illus. 8vo, red cloth, corners bumped. London: William Heinemann, (1961).