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The stamps of the Mexican Revolution 1913-1916

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Published by Collectors Club of Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mexico,
  • Postage stamps

  • The Physical Object
    FormatUnknown Binding
    Number of Pages288
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11435707M
    ISBN 100916675084
    ISBN 109780916675080


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THE COLLECTOR S CLUB OF CHICAGO This book is printed on Sterling Litho Gloss, an archival quality, buffered, acid-free paper. Library of Congress Card Catalog Number: Stamps of the Mexican Revolution by Nicholas Follansbee, ISBN No. The definitive work for the period with pricing for every listed item: Sonora, Constitutional, Local Provisional Overprints, Monogram Overprints, Oaxaca Provisionals, Inflation Period, Officials, etc.,pages, cloth, out of print, $, enquire.

The Mexican Revolution and ensuing Civil Wars (), however, threw Mexico into upheaval and resulted in numerous provisional and local stamps issued by the factions in control of different areas of the country. In the years preceding World War II, the look of Mexico 's stamps.

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Likewise on the others stamps we will cover, this book will have excellent detailed instructions about many of the overprints and how to determine the validity of the various overprints used.

There are over one hundred bogus overprints that have been. Nicholas Follansbee, The Stamps of the Mexican Revolutionpp.6,7. ,26, 1c,5c,10c values of White Issues with colorless roulettes and embossed overprint, Faked embossing on remainders., fraudulent cancellation Nicholas Follansbee, The Stamps of the Mexican Revolution.

The Mexican Revolution and the Nationalization of the Land by Doctor Atl [pseud.] Call Number: Online - free - HathiTrust Translation of a speech delivered in Vera Cruz, December 4, The major philatelic references of this period are: Nicholas Follansbee, The Stamps of the Mexican Revolution, (Chicago, Illinois: The Collectors Club of Chicago, ), pp.

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If Eisenhower's story is short on analysis, it is nonetheless accurate and engagingly written. Over thirty years ago, Robert E. Quirk published two superb books dealing with many of these same events: The Mexican Revolution, () and An Affair of Honor: Woodrow Wilson and the Occupation of Veracruz ().

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The January edition of Armchair General magazine has a cover story by renowned analyst Ralph Peters titled "Long Live Death!", an examination of Mexico’s violent and often misunderstood revolution.

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You can unsubscribe at any : Ebook. Mexico likes to celebrate, and this year it has two monumental events to celebrate.

On the very day (September 16) of the Bicentenario, the Bicentenary celebrating Mexican independence — I leisurely looked over the collection of stamps of Mexico that I have accumulated over the past couple of decades.

Celebrating independence from Spain is nothing new to the Mexican Postal Service. Intervention!: The United States and the Mexican Revolution by John S.

Eisenhower and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Follansbee, Nicholas, The Stamps of the Mexican RevolutionChicago, the Collectors Club of Chicago, Michel Europa-Katalog /, Volumes 1, 2, 4, 5, and 7.

[If anybody can donate Volumes 3 and 6, they would be appreciated.] Michel Übersee-Katalog, Mittel und Nordamerica Michel Übersee-Katalog, Mittel und Ostasien fictitious items.

InNicholas Folansbee published the definitive work on these stamps, entitled The Stamps of the Mexican Revolution The exhibitor has used this book in the delineation of the various issues, but with the exception of the local "provisional" overprints, has kept treatment of the issues in chronological order.

Other areas that have received extensive philatelic attention are Mexico's pre-stamp postal markings, the issues of the Mexican Revolution (–), and the modern Exporta issue (–), with its complex variety of papers, sizes, perforations and watermarks.

The Stamps of the Mexican Revolution,Nicholas Follansbee () United States Patriotic Covers of World War II, Lawrence Sherman, M.D.() The United States Post Office Department in World War II, Lawrence Sherman, M.D. () Chicago’s Mail, Harvey M. Karlen ().Nicholas Follansbee, The Stamps of the Mexican Revolution Fernand Serrane, Serrane Guide: Stamp Forgeries of the World toPennsylvania,pp.

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