A History In Postage Stamps
Good condition hardcover has some mild general reading wear, nice unmarked interior, DJ has some wear-a solid copy overall. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books, ship within 48 hours and offer a 100% money back guarantee. We take great pride in accurately describing the condition of our books and media, ship within 48 hours, and offer a 100% money back guarantee.
Paperback, Casemate Pub & Book Dist Llc, 2015, ISBN13 9781445648705, ISBN10 1445648709
Stamps tell a story and Chris West's book is the unique, fascinating tale of Great Britain told through its stamps. Hailed by "The Times" of London as "a splendid reminder of the philatelic glories of the past," "A History of Britain in 36 Postage Stamps" tells the rich, layered, and breathtaking history of England through thirty-six of its fascinating, often beautiful, and sometimes eccentric postage stamps.
"If you are interested in the beauty of mathematics, you must go out and buy Robin Wilson's absolutely stunning book of mathematical stamps, a book which traces the history of mathematics through images on the postage of countries around the globe."
ACTJ1468FeaturesSize: Mini 17" and underStyle (Old): Country/CottageColor: Brown/RedCountry of Manufacture: United StatesProduct Type: MemorabiliaRegion: North AmericaPrimary Art Material: PaperCelebrate America's amazing aviation history with this collection. From the Wright Brothers to Amelia Earhart, fourteen mint US Postage Stamps are artistically displayed in a black wood wall frame.
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