Does anyone here know when, approximately 'yellow pages' began to appear in telephone books?
Wunderbarlich! Vielen Dank.
Yes, indeed <Don>! I should have my other list together soon, I will send. Perhaps I have dups of dealers you do not have and visa-versa?
Mostly attorneys and a couple of publishers before the stamp stampede. I think the oldest NS dealer I have is 1888. My current interest is in...
Costales must of had a robust mail business! Yes, Metropolitan's are HTF - good job <MrStamp>!
'Doc' Pepper of Unicorn Hall is almost certainly the head guru of N&P stamps. His four books are must-have for collectors.
I don't believe you!:shifty:
Don's 'shoebox' ---
If you have an interest in philatelic literature, you will enjoy this article by Stanley Bierman. Dr. Bierman wrote the wonderful two-volume work,...
Here is one for the <STAMP DETECTIVE>. J.V. Painter was a famous collector late-19th to early 20th century:
What dealer in New York held Box 243...
VERY low train and nice block into the bargain!
George Szell, Hungarian-American conductor. Made the Cleveland orchestra into a powerhouse. His Beethoven doesn't really speak to me but other works...
I think I will buy this sheet. My ATF was the late 60s BSA I think it was called a Lightning Rocket? The Triumph Bonneville was also cool. Both were...
I received a nice reply from the FCPS's media coordinator:
The catalogue has been out of print for many years. You may find a copy at used book...
Got them. Very cool, thanks!
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