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Warman's U.S. Stamps Field Guide: Values and Identification (Warman's Field Guides U.S. Stamps: Values and Identification)
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The take-it-with-you collecting resource
At last, a guide you can really carry along to estate sales, garage sales, and flea markets, containing 1,000 color photographs and current pricing to make on-the-spot appraisals easy.New to this edition Feature chapters on Christmas stamps and Error stamps1,000 detailed color photos Listings for all 4,250+ U.S. regular-issue and Airmail stamps from 1847-2010Accurate prices in Unused and Used conditionState-of-the-market report and advice on beginning a collection, including where to find stamps, judging quality, grading, and handling and storage
About the Author
Maurice D. Wozniak has been collecting stamps since the mid-1950s. After a 30-year career as a reporter and editor on metropolitan daily newspapers, Wozniak served for seven years as editor of the weekly Stamp Collector and The Stamp Wholesaler publications and Minkus catalogs for stamp collectors. He is currently president of the Wisconsin Federation of Stamp Clubs, an umbrella group of 30 clubs in the philatelic hobby, and a member of the American Philatelic Society and the Central Wisconsin Stamp Club. He is a freelance magazine writer on stamp collecting subjects.
Whether the collection is focused on images of presidents and musicians, colorful photos of flowers, historic sites, or emblems honoring those who have waged battles for freedom, health, and love, U.S. stamps offer a unique glimpse at history. This pocket-sized guide to U.S. stamps pays tribute to these various categories of popular postage with 1,000 detailed color photos, and offers collectors details and pricing in 4,200 listings.
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