A catalogue of British, colonial, & foreign postage stamps, by a collector, Volume 1 (Google eBook)

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Page 68 - A book for the antiquary, for the satirist, and the historian of satire ; for the boy who reads for jidventure's sake ; for the grown person, loving every fiction that has a character in it. . . . Mr. Mackenzie's language is quaint, racy, and antique, without a tiresome stiffness. The b-)ok, as it stands, is a welcome piece of English reading, with hardly a dry or tasteless morsel in it.
Page 2 - Same effigy to right. Col. imp. ; oval. 2 kr. yellow, 3 kr. green, 5 kr. red, 10 kr. brown, 15 kr. blue. COMPLEMENTARY LABELS.
Page 4 - I. in white relief to left. Col. imp. ; rect. 2 soldi yellow, 3 sol. black, 5 sol. red, 10 sol. brown, 15 sol. blue. 1861.
Page 56 - Lake imp. ; rect. | grano circular, 1 gr. square, 2 gr. Oct., 5 gr. rect., 10 gr. hexagonal, 20 gr. lozenge, 50 gr. oval.
Page 71 - Col. imp. ; square. 1 kreuzer brown, 3 kr. orange, 6 kr. green, 9 kr. rose, 18 kr. blue.
Page 43 - Col. imp. ; various forms. 5 reis brown, 25 r. rose, 50 r. green, 100 r. lilac.

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