Pictorial Postmarks

  Large Commemorative Datestamps (LCDs) Specifically those authorized for use in Japan, its colonies and other occupied areas from 1902 to 1944. References: ISJP Monograph 21: Charles A. L. Swenson, The Large Commemorative Datestamps of Japan, 2014. 180pp.JP Vol. 69...

Foreign Mail Postmarks

Each of the Foreign Mail postmark study groups maintains a listing of all the different post offices where a usage of that postmark has been recorded, including the first and latest reported dates. Please refer to the current listings to determine if you can provide...

Links

Links to Societies: American Philatelic Society American Philatelic Research Library China Stamp Society Inc. Dai Nippon International Philippine Philatelic Society Ryukyu Philatelic Specialist Society Links to Member Pages: Manchukuo Collection , by Simon Watt Other...

Member Exhibits & Presentations

Member Exhibits & Presentations “Japonica” by Ken Kamholz is presented below in “3d Flipbook.Hover over the graphics below the title page to see all that you can do.   All below are in pdf format that can be downloaded by clicking on the...

Karl Lewis

Study Group Studies all picture postcards and covers (with and without cachets) produced by Karl Lewis Karl Lewis “C-numbers” Karl Lewis applied a “C” (for “Combination”) marking to the upper left corner of the back of most of his cacheted covers that he sold to...