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Catalogue - Elizatoria Part Two.
From: October 1998

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Catalogue - Snark Island 1876-1901.
From: May 1983

Snark Island 1876-1901
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Post Options Post Options   Quote JesperDK Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 13 September 2015 at 02:27
Catalogue - Lundy, The Alternative Collection.
From: November 2002

Which covers the postage stamps, revenues, officials, railway stamps, telegraphs, postal stationery and postal history - this last has letters sent from Lundy to real and fictional characters.

The catalogue include a 4 page Supplement / Addenda with information regarding the Royal Silver Wedding.

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I have some copies of magazine articles relating to the stamps which Gerald has sent me from time to time.  Should I ever find them in the heaps of "stuff" I'll see if I can get copies posted.

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The "Curiouser and Curiouser" catalogue that Jesper illustrated above seems to be a real rarity.  Repeated searches keep turning up lists of people right around the world who would sell me one if only they had any.  I only need one for completeness as I do have Gerry's original artwork that went to the printers at the start of the litho printing process,  If any of you find one snap it up. 

The listings are different to those in the later catalogues and help to throw light on the earlier issues.  One thing it doesn't mention is colours.  Possibly because the third printing (coloured stamps on coloured and white papers) involved six colours and four papers for each stamp - so 24 varieties of EACH stamp!  You'd need a big catalogue to list them!

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I've stumbled across a real gem of a reference list. 

Not sure of the date but it is a one-page illustrated list of the first printing of the Alice stamps and their cancellations.  It covers both Wonderland and Looking Glass Land.  Corrections have been made in Gerry's handwriting.  It is the best (and only) list I have so far to catalogue the first and second printings of Wonderland.  I've put the scan on Photobucket and, hopefully, you can find it here.  I hope you can read it.  The original is just a little smaller than A4.

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