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The Sammlerring Australia is a working and research association. It was founded on the 27th of September, 1986, in Düsseldorf. We are a Registered Society recorded at... The Sammlerring Australia e.V. regularly publishes a newsletter, the Bumerang” (mainly in German) It appears four times annually, with current news from the Collectors Circle and a variety of relevant articles. Copies of previous issues can be obtained at cost.
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Current News: BrusdenWhite Decimals Catalogue Third Edition 2021 and 2022 Following Ben Palmer’s seminal work on the pre-U.P.U. destination mail of Victoria published by the Study circle in 2009, this new work provides a similar census of the Queensland mails up to 1891, but also includes similar coverage of all the important inland and intercolonial mails. Pre-stamp entires and the use of New South Wales stamps in the Moreton Bay District are also similarly treated. An extensive 60- page Appendix provides all available information on postal rates to all countries up to 1891. Hardbound with Dust Jacket, 360 A4 pages in colour. Limited availablity while stock lasts, AU$180 plus shipping. This new two-volume edition covers all Decimal issues up to the end of 2001, and is a complete revision of the 2002 editions in the new A4 format. A large number of new listings have been included taking account of the many new items which have surfaced in the last 20 years, and hundreds of new illustrations are provided. Two cover prices are now provided, for solo usages and for other uses of each stamp. Special price for both volumes, AU$330 plus postage * * * * * Issues of Stamp News Australasia are available to read for free online 6 months after publication date. https://www.stampnews.net.au ************************************************************************** Do you collect Tasmania? The Tasmanian Philatelic Society has a homepage worth while to visit.   “ A Bulletin Board devoted to all aspects of Tasmanian Philately and Postal History. Hosted by the Tasmanian Philatelic Society “- www.tps.org.au”, http://tps.org.au/bb/ Publication Price*: $150 from 20 Sep 2021 Available: November 2021 Details 184 pages Full colour Rarity ratings, all currently known postal stationery listed and illustrated Top-quality binding, hard cover, dust jacket, stitched binding. A4 size. This book aims to present all that is currently known about Tasmanian postal stationery. It covers the period up to (and sometimes beyond) the transfer of powers to the Commonwealth in 1912. The authors have half a lifetime of experience between them of collecting, researching and exhibiting Tasmanian Postal Stationery. The Groom “Printed to Private Order” exhibit achieved Large Gold and Best-in-class at Sydney 2019 . Both authors have published articles on various aspects of Tas Postal Stationery over the years. *A $10 discount is available to paid-up members of the Tasmanian Philatelic Society and Postal Stationery Society of Australia The book contains commentaries and listings for post cards, envelopes issued by the post office, registered envelopes, stamped to order stationery, reply cards, letter cards and wrappers. Each section commences with a history of the category. As well as the stationery items themselves, the book presents essays and proofs, specimen overprints and official punctures, printing details where known, earliest and latest dates of use and assessments of rarity. The book is profusely illustrated. The authors have attempted to settle some points of contention, differing in some cases from previous publications. Post Office reports to Parliament have been applied to estimate usage over thirty years, which is presented along with other evidence to support new conclusions. The wrappers and stamped to order sections include comprehensive comments and images of the businesses that adapted the stationery for their purposes.  These two sections offer a rare historical insight into the final twenty years of Tasmania’s nineteenth century. This work will be of interest to postal stationery collectors, postal historians and to those with a general interest in Tasmanian history. To place your order, visit the BOOK ORDERS page. Published by the Tasmanian Philatelic Society
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