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stampio Feb 7
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Dissecting Philately May 8
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Graham Beck Jun 23
A new and fascinating YouTube channel to follow! Check out Peter’s first video and subscribe!
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Postal Museum Aug 15
Chiseled into the façade of the Old City Post Office in Washington, DC—now home to the National Postal Museum—this verse outlines the profound role mail has played in shaping the American experience. (1/4)
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The British Library's Philatelic Collections Apr 29
Thank you to postal workers on from the Philatelic Collections. By working tirelessly through this difficult & dangerous time, they have made it possible to develop a collection chronicling the covid19 pandemic destined for .
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Clay Morgan Sep 7
Newspaper wrappers and who is this guy anyway?
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Addressing Health Aug 21
New on the project blog! Our Postdoctoral Research Associate on what big data can tell us about Victorian working lives:
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stampio Feb 9
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David Feldman SA Jun 26
Now this is a scarce Shilling rate franking and sent from Balbriggan to USA x6 1840 2d pale blues plate one. Not something you see often. One for the Irish Collectors. Lot 30075 Wednesday 1st July.
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21CPW.com 🇺🇸📬 Sep 10
USPS and Emergency Response: A History of Delivering for the American Public
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Peter Sep 10
To make my older threads more accessible, I have compiled a small selection of my favourite "Story Behind the Cover" threads together in a single Twitter Moment. More to come. ⚡️ “Stories Behind the Cover #1” by
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Danielle Ireland Apr 3
Of all the things to come out of this quarantine so far, this is my favorite! is doing a virtual tour of their postcard collection!!
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Chanticleer Philatelic Nov 14
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RARE-STAMPS&POSTAL-HISTORY Apr 27
An very interesting article about the only recorded desinfected mail cover of Ecuador sent during the yellow fever outbreak of 1842. It is believed that one half of the population of Guayaquil died during the epidemic.
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AfricaStamps.co.uk Jun 24
1934 Royal Tour airmailed cover, signed by the three pilots who flew on consecutive days.
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AfricaStamps.co.uk Jul 3
Southern Rhodesia, uprated for airmailing, postal stationery envelope. for sale here
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The British Library's Philatelic Collections Apr 3
This should be a very interesting event for individuals interested in and
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Buckingham Covers ✉️ 🇬🇧 Sep 7
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Addressing Health Aug 6
New on the blog! Our PhD student on oral history, balding, and working for the Post Office:
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Augustine Ruiz Jr. Aug 13
Before it was known as Postmaster Genevieve Stark served for the town of Rust.
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