Linn's 1997, United States Stamps 1922-26
This is the 1997 Linn's reference source first edition hardback written by Gary Griffith, which is now for sale. this is a fantastic reference for the fine detail variations of the American postage stamps issues between 1922 and 1926, and it is quickly be ... Read More
#1 Superb in-depth examination of the Fourth Bureau Issues and the commemorative issues of the period. Well illustrated. --James Lee, _Philatlic Literature Catalog_.
#2 The most complete reference work on these issues is _United States Stamps 1922-26_ by Gary Griffith and published by Linn's. --Robert A. Siegel Auction Galleries, New York.
#3 The whole book is a model of its sort, as full philatelic details are given without reducing the readability of the book. A fascinating volume! --_The London Philatelist_, October 1997.
#4 The first book on the 1922-26 postage stamps, the Regular Issues, Commemoratives and Air Mails; from original research in the various official records, Smithsonian, National Archives and the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. --Leonard Hartmann, _Philatelic Bibliopole_.
_#5 __Gary Griffith collected United States stamps for more than 30 years, and specialized in the stamps of the Series of 1922. He is a former editor of the United States Specialist__, and has contributed to a number of stamp publications, including the Essay-Proof Journal_, _Linn's Stamp News_, and _Scott Stamp Monthly_.
_#6 A journalist by profession, his non-philatelic articles have been published in the New York Times_, the _Boston Globe_, the _National Law Journal__, and many other periodicals._
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Title: Linn's United States Stamps 1922-26
Size: 390 Pages (about 7-x-9-inches)
Publisher: Linn's Stamp News, Amos Press, Inc.
Publication Date: 1997
Binding: Hardback (w/o dust jacket)
Book Condition: No detractors.
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