USA postal history, USA postal stationery & USA covers

Stephen T. Taylor new material:

Please click on the link(s) beneath each section for secure access to Microsoft OneDrive folders with those scans.

Please contact me for additional links to scans of other material

1) Malcolm Montgomery collection of transatlantic mail via Southampton including scarce rates & origins ie India, Hong Kong, Philippines, Turkey, Argentina, Brazil & Uruguay, maiden & final voyages, discriminatory & retaliatory rates, depreciated currency, UK late fees (supplementary mail), and Canadian mail.

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2) Denis Vandervelde disinfected & quarantine mail to, from & within the USA 1808 - 2001

Link to scans: Disinfected-Mail

3) Prexies and Airmail Transport series 1940 - 1945 mainly WWII uses including scarce origins & destinations all from UK colllections

Link to scans: PrexiesTransports

4) USA mail to Germany 1845 - 1931 including stampless, illustrated advertising, auxiliary & forwarding, registered, back-of-the-book and Possessions

Link to scans: GermanMails

5) Peter Kemp Civil War collection (Union & Confederate)

Link to scans: CivilWarKemp

6) John Swade Exposition Collection 1893 - 1915 with a focus on the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition.

Link to scans: Swade-Expos

7) Colin Evans Civil War collection including Union & Confederate patriotics.

Link to scans: Evans-Civil-War

8) The best collection I've had in 5 years: Marc Fuller's 17 volume USA and transatlantic mail 1750 - 1875 postal history collection of 750 covers priced from $25 to $2,500. Most of these have been off the market for 40+ years as he mainly bought in the 1970s & 1980s from Jack Molesworth, Richard Frajola, Robson Lowe, Angus Parker, Derek Bolton, Ritchie Bodily & Eric Etkin. Some of his favorites topics were locals & carriers, valentines, Civil War (both Union & Confederate), Colonial & Confederation, 1847s to 1857s domestic uses but his main collecting interest was transatlantic mail to/from USA & Europe including maiden & final voyages, retaliatory, restored and early treaty rates and scarce destinations.

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