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Posted 06/12/2019   1:01 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Climber Steve to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Spain_1850: looks like your question about a Mexico catalogue temporarily got lost. The catalog was referenced early in this thread, but you may not have seen it.

"A Catalogue of the Stamps of Mexico 1856-1910" Nicholas Follansbee 2015. You could inquire on the MEPSI web site as to how to obtain a copy ( www.mepsi.org ). MEPSI also has a Mexican revenues catalog available on the site. It's in an electronic format.

Early in the thread, someone mentioned the Afinsa catalogues for Portuguese. Those now are Mundiphil catalogues, but same numbering system. There is one for Portugal and the Adjacent Islands, and a second one for the former colonies.
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Posted 06/12/2019   1:29 pm  Show Profile Bookmark this reply Add Calstamp to your friends list  Get a Link to this Reply
Climber Steve...

Just visited the MEPSI site. Did not see the revenue catalogue listed. Kindly advise where you saw this as I prefer to purchase in electronic format if possible.

Eric Jackson has a printed/bound copy for 61 USD.

Thank you.

Mexico's Revenue Stamps, An Introduction to the Revenue Stamps of Mexico by Michael D. Roberts, Nicholas Follansbee, William Barr and Frank Sternad. Priced catalog and handbook with hundreds of color illustrations. 2011. Paper boards. 296 pages.
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Calstamp: my bad, looks like the web site has not been updated. The revenue catalogue is available only in digital format. Michael Roberts has a note in the April, 2019 issue of Mexicana noting a modest price increase to send the DVD out of the country. Suggest returning to the web site; click on Departments; and you'll find his e-mail by clicking on his name under directors. Steve
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Spain_1850: looks like your question about a Mexico catalogue temporarily got lost. The catalog was referenced early in this thread, but you may not have seen it.

"A Catalogue of the Stamps of Mexico 1856-1910" Nicholas Follansbee 2015. You could inquire on the MEPSI web site as to how to obtain a copy ( www.mepsi.org ). MEPSI also has a Mexican revenues catalog available on the site. It's in an electronic format.


Climber - Actually I did see that one, but I was hoping to find a catalog, similar to the Scott U.S. Specialized, that covers from the early issues to modern times, in some detail. Maybe my Scott Classic Specialized will have to do.
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