The publications covers fit quite nicely here; I enjoy seeing them, reading your thoughtful and well-articulated discussion of them. Anyways, I am...
Tribune Stamp Company @ 140 Nassau Street. Postmark is 1950.
I don't really understand this one; somebody enlighten me.:bucktooth:
Guessing copper. Appears aged like some Indian Head pennies I have. Not very large, right around 1" diameter but it was one of those 'had to have it'...
I am not sure where this item fits in the scheme-of-things, but I thought it was pretty cool and have never seen one.
"What the bourgeoisie produces above all are its own gravediggers."
Did not have a Martin Band in my Nassau Street collection. Actually, had not heard of him. Anyone with more information? Postmark is 1956.
I think that is smart. Early U.S. is such a minefield that - except for Newspapers & Periodicals - I have somewhat navigated away from them.
The word is out <Richard>! You can run but you can't hide. You've been branded as - gasp - a philatelist!
Sounds like a great project <Richard>. Keep us posted!
(I am going to search mine for dramatic shifts, post if anything good.)
Do you have all the frame numbers? I started to collect all the frame/vignette combos for C11 but threw in the towel fairly quickly.:nailbiting:
It appears Captain Tim also had an ice cream sponsor?...
Nice! Please post more of them! There must have been dozens and dozens of Stamp-Lovers Weekly publications - philatelic periodicals which lasted only...
Wowzer! I think I have someone else at 100 - but not General.
I still see you in a large room with dozens of shoe boxes up against the ceiling with...
The Clarinet. Backbone of the woodwind (‘single-reed’) instruments. Clarinets are used in just about all forms of music – swing, jazz, orchestral....
Another furin Nassau Street cover. I think the stamps are the Philippines equivalent of US 596!:cigar:
Concur. And, I think Gunny's moniker C11 is my favorite. A very interesting stamp with lotsa collecting possibilities.
In our house it was pasta on Sundays and Thursdays plus one or two lunches. If we had mashed pots, they were covered with homemade chile.
Wow, great find!
Thanks but no, not me. Many others with much more expertise here.
I don't know of such a method in the early days. If they are...
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