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PROGRAM ZOOM MEETING 12 SEPTEMBER 7.30 BST 1. Neil Ritchie - Welcome 2. Ivo Steijn - Russian mail abroad before the UPU: stranger and stranger ‘the further back you go, the more unfamiliar Russian mail abroad gets as we lose more and more familiar features’ Ivo Steijn...
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PROGRAM 1. Introduction by BSRP President Neil Ritchie 2. Neil Ritchie - Moscow Metro - history, construction, design and stamps I'm a retired Architect living in Sheffield UK. My collecting interests include WW1 Russian and Finnish censorship marks, Allied...
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VYATKA GUBERNIYA (PROVINCE) NON STAMP ISSUING ZEMSTVO UEZDS (DISTRICTS) by Robin Calvert27 April 2017 Ex the Vyatka District Court Archive. From the collection of T. Page. Endorsement reads:“Received at Yaroslav Volost Pravlenye for transmission to the Zemstvo Post 11 September 1915 (signed) Volost Assessor”. BJRP 106 pages 57 to 75 download article ... more
Batum Philatelic Postcard25 August 2015 Philatelic postcard with Batum view and three different frankings: Turkish, Batum stamps and BPP with Baghaturov signature. ... more
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From the archives
Selected articles from the archives of the British Journal of Russian Philately. Classic, new, quirky, or seminal