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quarterly journal of the Assocation.
Lists all known mail-carrying flights to and from Ireland since the Alcock & Brown 1919 trans-Atlantic flight. Background information is provided for each flight. Covers are illustrated for most flights and a valuation guide provided. 96 pages, bibliography and index.
This colorful 68 page booklet on the private Christmas Post run by Sinn Féin.
An award winning detailed analysis of Irish revenue stamps of the period. Profusely illustrated with catalog listings by type, bibliography, 20 pages + addenda.
reproduces the ÉPA logo. 1.5" x 1".
Metal replica of ÉPA logo.
This is from the Irish Study Group based in Germany. These are the first 116 issues of thier journal "Die Harfe". The first issue was published in 1982 with 4 issues per year. Starting with issue #96 they are bi-lingual.
A well researched volume with plenty of illustrations about the four models with the different types and dates.
In this volume the author shows the different values, ones used during the transition from punts to euros, different papers, gums and different sheets booklets ....
This publication picks up from where Fred Dixon's publication "Postal Rates before 1840" left off. The authors have attempted to summarise all available information for the period since 1839 and list all the principal postage rates of interest to postal historians. It does not contain information about parcel rates.
A detailed priced catalog and handbook. This latest edition is a new size 8.5 by 11 in color with 254 pages includes updates since the last edition. Very will illustrated. This is volume 30 of the FAI literature and 7th edition of Postal Stationery.
An update of issues from about 2000 -2006. Also includes some revisions of statioery released earlier.
Well researched with many illustrations
A detailed study of postmarks from barricks, camps, etc. Profusely illustrated.
A complete catalog of specialized Irish philatelic material, 272 pages, full color, over 4,000 illustrations.
This is the 2nd edition. Postage rates before 1840
This book focuses particularly on the early postal system and examines how mail was carried along the county roads by various means of transport. Chapters are broken down by town with pictures of postal markings 182pgs.
An account of Ireland's first duplex obliterator, well organized with considerable detail, illustrated, value guide, bibliography, 48 pages.
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