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Other Self-Published Precancel Literature

Special thanks go out to these authors for putting in the work to make these available. Let me know if you are working on a publication you would like others to know about.

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Dilmond Postlewait
P.O. Box 1134
Wichita, KS 67201-1134
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1) K&P Bureau Precancel Album: Here is a single album to mount all of your bureau precancels. $50. Postpaid in the U.S.

2) A Subject Index To Ten Precancel Stamp Journals, 1920-1980, compiled by Edmund B. Thomas: Originally published in Philatelic Literature Review (2nd, 3rd, 4rth Quarters, 1982). Index of the major precancel periodicals.

3) A Subject Index To Ten Precancel Forum, 1981-1996, compiled by Dilmond D. Postlewait. A supplement to the above index.

4) The PDPN Story, Printed Dated Precancel News, by Dilmond D. Postlewait. A re-print of an article printed in the Precancel Forum covering the history and precancels used in publishing this publication.

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Bruce Brunell
425 E. Gobbi St., #98
Ukiah, CA 95482
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1) Catalogue of the Printed Precancels of the United States, July, 1999: Lists every stamp in the US with a printed type precancel. These include all government issued electroplates, as well as locally manufactured plates, typesets, multigraphs, offsets and mimeos. Many thousands of stamps listed. Out-of-Print.

2) California General Precancel Catalogue, April, 2000: Lists the known precancels from the state of California. Out-of-Print.

3) Idaho General Precancel Catalogue to 1954: Lists the known precancels from the state of Idaho. $5.

4) Louisiana General Precancel Catalogue to 1954: Lists the known precancels from the state of Louisiana. $5.

5) Utah General Precancel Catalogue, September, 2000: Lists the known precancels from the state of Utah. $5.

6) Wyoming General Checklist, May, 2000: Lists the known precancels from the state of Wyoming. $5.


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New England Precancel Club
Box 497
Dublin, NH  03444

1) New England Town & Type Album   They are 152 pages and printed on 100lb paper.  $39.00, postpaid.

 

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Larry Patterson
P.O. Box 3442
Cary, NC  27519-3442
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1) Using a Town and Type Catalog to Start a Precancel Stamp Collection  Assistance in learning to use the PSS Town and Type Catalog. $10.39 postpaid in the U.S. $10.81 to Canada and $12.76 to all other countries.
 

 

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Charles Adrion

1) Alabama Precancel Catalog & Guidebook   Contains listing of all stamps known precanceled from Alabama.  Freely available at this link!  (Note: Adobe Acrobat Reader required)

 

 

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Josh Furman
6214 Wynfield Court
Orlando, FL 32819-4940

1) Precanceled U.S. Postal Cards, 1874-1961   A handbook and album.  List price is $65.00. Dealers may take a 30% discount for orders of three or more copies. The book is non-returnable. Shipping cost is $6.00 for a single copy; add $1.00 for each additional copy ordered at the same time and sent to the same address.  Please make payment by check or money order to Josh Furman.  Credit cards are not accepted..

 

 

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Mike Gutman
PO Box 1108
Mashpee, MA  02649

1932 Washington Bicentennial Catalog Of Denominations On Precancel Stamp Society Recognized Contracted And Local Types  This 220 page printed catalog is in 5.5" x 8.5" format and comes with a CD that contains a searchable text file for the entire catalog, a file in Microsoft Access that can be loaded into the Kimball/PSS Town & Type Computer Program and a matching album for each state in pdf format that you can print out. Price is $20.00 postpaid in the US and $32.00 postpaid outside the US. If you would like a copy please send a check for the appropriate amount to Mike Gutman, PO Box 1108, Mashpee MA 02649. (Please note this is NOT a PSS publication).

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