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TWO LARGE VOLUMES IN EACH SET, FOR $A70 THE LOT!


A new version of the 'Comprehensive' Catalogue of Australian Stamps was printed this month. I have been using this book since then, and must say it is a delight to handle. It has been a long time coming .. edition #3 was published about 4 years back.

Anyone who needs a new catalogue covering Australia in huge detail, AAT, and detailed Australian States should really track down one of these.

Dealer colleague Michael Eastick in Melbourne is the Editor, and pricing of Dues and States was done by regular stampboards member Simon Dunkerley - and Richard Juzwin.

Published by Victoria Stamp Traders the price is $70.00 for this set of 2 volumes. At that price is really excellent buying.

This is a large, heavy, 'solid' feeling catalogue - it weighs about 1½ kilos .. the previous edition was only a kilo. With over 350 FULL SIZE A-4 pages on heavy grade quality paper in full colour, over 2 volumes.

I find this new catalogue is the easiest Australian catalogue to use. The full colour stamp illustrations face the prices and descriptions in every case.

Stamps are priced mint and used, on FDC and in booklets and Max cards. In the decimal era also priced in PO pack, and with leading dealers doing the prices, they are spot on the market prices. THAT is essential.

Kangaroos are listed with all "Specimen" overprints priced, as are all "OS" perfins, large and small. Ditto the KGV heads which also clearly show the different dies in illustrations - which confuse many collectors.

The type face is large enough so I can read it quickly and readily. Some other catalogues have "saved" on page numbers by reducing font size, and I simply cannot read it in my declining years!

Most of my customers have even worse eyesight, so that is a silly move making fonts so small. Each page is on extra heavyweight gloss stock. Colour reproductions on the modern issues are superb.

A great tool for either dealer or collector. The Australian States section is a valuable resource.

The listing of AAT material is second to none. FDC (Australian and base sets are specified and all priced) and PO packs are all priced - no other catalogue anywhere does this. How many readers knew an Australian cancelled FDC of the 1979 Ships was worth $600? Not many I can bet. Little gems like that will pay for this catalogue in no time. Buy one today.


If you collect Australia or States or AAT you are a MUG not to own this set. Full stop!

Superb pair of cats as you can see - $A70 plus post.

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Remember adding another light lot of mine here (or on website) for sale in general adds ZERO to your shipping cost, so have a good look at what is on offer here in case something else appeals:

https://www.stampboards.com/viewforum.php?f=27

And many similar mouth watering NETT price offers are being loaded weekly onto -

https://www.glenstephens.com/rarity.html and https://www.glenstephens.com/specials.html
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Glen - Help a confused Canuck here, please. What is covered by each of the two volumes? Is one just states? Is it possible to get each one separately? What numbering system is used - Gibbons? How does the detail of just the stamp listings (as opposed to FDC's, inscription blocks, presentation packs, etc.) compare to Gibbons? to ACSC?

I have been looking for a good reference for the states, without having to buy several expensive tomes. So far, the best I have come across is Gibbons, but it is rather short on descriptions, particularly when trying to distiguish things like paper types on Victoria issues, for example. Will this one help me with that kind of detail?
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2 vols simply as it is 350 + pages on heavy paper 8)

Member Geoff Sherrington elsewhere here has a conversion CD that corss refences all the cat numbers ASC to ACSC to SG - and Scott.

SG Cat has more detail on STATES.
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Sounds like a good offer.
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Hi Glen,

I'll take a set - just placed order through you usual payment methods - FYI.

Cheers,

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Sean .. all logged in .. you'll be the first in your city to get one. :)
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I'll take another set

ordered and paid through the link above

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Glen,

Will be putting in my order soon....while looking at your other offers
(hoping for a reduction on one of them - no, not the catalogue). :wink:

I know I need this catalogue if I want to correctly identify my Australian stamps
and get a better idea of the Australian catalogue values,
just as I use Steven Tan's Malaysian catalogue
to get a better feel of the Malaysian/Singapore/Brunei values in Malaysian Ringgit.

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crosscrescent wrote:Glen,

Will be putting in my order soon....while looking at your other offers
(hoping for a reduction on one of them - no, not the catalogue). :wink:

I know I need this catalogue if I want to correctly identify my Australian stamps
and get a better idea of the Australian catalogue values,
just as I use Steven Tan's Malaysian catalogue
to get a better feel of the Malaysian/Singapore/Brunei values in Malaysian Ringgit.

Cheers

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G'day Andrew, I don't know how others feel but I find your print colour a most difficult one to read - at least on my flat monitor! There are a few other colours that I find unsuitable for ease of reading.
No offence intended or implied.
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Kev wrote:
crosscrescent wrote:Glen,

Will be putting in my order soon....while looking at your other offers
(hoping for a reduction on one of them - no, not the catalogue). :wink:

I know I need this catalogue if I want to correctly identify my Australian stamps
and get a better idea of the Australian catalogue values,
just as I use Steven Tan's Malaysian catalogue
to get a better feel of the Malaysian/Singapore/Brunei values in Malaysian Ringgit.

Cheers

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G'day Andrew, I don't know how others feel but I find your print colour a most difficult one to read - at least on my flat monitor! There are a few other colours that I find unsuitable for ease of reading.
No offence intended or implied.
Cheers, Kev.
Actually it looks better on a white background! To me anyway!
Cheers, Kev.
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Andrew always has a great range of font colours, so I for one like to see the variety.

For all members info, we added a NEW post presentation feature option this week ... a "CENTRE" icon in post reply box so now we can do things like this - if you highlight your text and press "CENTRE':
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Kev,

Noted your comment and thanks.
No offence taken and feedback very much appreciated.
At least I know you are reading my posts. :wink:

Will avoid this colour except when it comes to numbers.
Yes, it looks okay on white background.

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Glen,

That looks like a cool picture to put the icon in the centre. Like this?


:roll: 8) :lol:

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I never noticed before but that dark violet does look easier to read Andrew. :)
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Glen,

The dark ones always look easier to read.
I like to mix them because I just love to contrast colours
and play with combinations of colours
but I guess it may make it difficult to read with the lighter colours.
So will try to be more thoughtful there.

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Andrew Yes ... or you can do it like this if you prefer. :D

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Glen,

That looks like a cool picture to put the icon in the centre. Like this?


:roll: 8) :lol:


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Glen,

I know, just wanted to try it to see how it looks with words as well.
Quite a cool feature if you want to make it look like an announcement.


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COMPREHENSIVE COLOUR CATALOGUE OF AUSTRALIAN STAMPS

(Now available by special order only.)


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I just purchased my copy from Michael Eastick. A truely magnificent book(2 vols).

There seems to be a few hefty price rises and much more detail, especially on the early Kanga and KGV issues. As a generalist catalogue it is much better than the ones I have.

I have noticed one error though.
Aust Antartic Terr. p348 the design of th 50c pair has been repeated for $1.00 pair A124 a & b repeated as A125 a & b but the pricing page shows a difference.

I will be contacting Michael about this duplication for correction in reprints.
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crosscrescent wrote:Glen,

The dark ones always look easier to read.
I like to mix them because I just love to contrast colours
and play with combinations of colours
but I guess it may make it difficult to read with the lighter colours.
So will try to be more thoughtful there.

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G'day Andrew,
How did you get that white background?
Cheers, Kev.
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Kev,

Don't know how to get that white background
but it looks like if you put it in quotes or perhaps copy it to photobuckets
and then copy back here, that white background appears.
Have used quotes before but don't seem to get this white background on them.
Perhaps Glen or someone can clarify.

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crosscrescent wrote:Kev,

Don't know how to get that white background
but it looks like if you put it in quotes or perhaps copy it to photobuckets and then copy back here, that white background appears.

Have used quotes before but don't seem to get this white background on them.

Perhaps Glen or someone can clarify.

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OK .. at the risk of getting back to thread topic which is the new catalogue set ... 8)

Stock all arrived now and mailed to those who have ordered ...

Let me know if you too want a set of these quite superb big books.

They will likely not print again for ANOTHER 4 years, so the earlier you buy the better your use will be!


A great tool for either dealer or collector. The Australian States section is a valuable resource.

The listing of AAT material is second to none. FDC (Australian and base sets are specified and all priced) and PO packs are all priced - no other catalogue anywhere does this.

How many readers knew an Australian cancelled FDC of the 1979 Ships was worth $600? Not many I can bet. Little gems like that will pay for this catalogue in no time. Buy one today.

Anyone who needs a new catalogue covering Australia in huge detail, AAT, and detailed Australian States should really track down one of these.
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Just to repeat Glen's comment above on the AAT FDC's - there are a number of the early sets that are very scarce with Australian cancellations as distinct from the AAT 'Base' cancellations that are rather common by comparison ... try finding a nice unaddressed first decimal set with Australian cancellations!
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Glen

Did my order get through my first attempt to use the ordering system? No money has left my account yet so I wanted to make sure the order had come through!

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The front cover photo shows that these 2 catalogues only list Australian decimal issues to 1988.

Can anyone confirm this?

I assume only gummed sheet stamps are listed. Do you know if any variations are mentioned?

For details of ALL decimal variations to December 2007 go to:

http://www.stampboards.com/viewtopic.php?t=4018
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No it lists all stamps to the end of 2006. It lists P/S rolls and booklets, FDC and prestige booklets and PNC's. Vol. 1 goes to 1988....Vol 2 to 2006.

I'd say future editions?? will have the same format with price updates for Colonies-1988 in Vol1. and Vol2 will have price updates and new stamps. I don't think that it will get to a Vol 3- by then it will come on CD.

Also talking to Michael Eastick, and he thought that possible update to ACSC, will not be in printed form but on CD.
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Thanks Waroff49.

I have not seen a catalogue yet that lists "all" stamps that are officially issued! I suspect this one is no different. It is good to see that most variations are not mentioned.
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Yeah,
That keeps your catalogue....still in the market.

Time for a plug!!!!!!!

Australian Variations Catalogue is an excellent resource for the extremely specialist collector of recent Australian variations. I have a copy but I don't have many of the variations listed, but worth it just to know what's out there.
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Thanks for the plug.

My printer is flat out keeping up with demand!

Over 500 variations in 2007 was another record year!

My "2007 Summary" in February Stamp News is essential reading.
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asvcat wrote:The front cover photo shows that these 2 catalogues only list Australian decimal issues to 1988.

Can anyone confirm this?

I assume only gummed sheet stamps are listed. Do you know if any variations are mentioned?
The cover (and content) you see above is for ONE of the TWO volumes. Durrrhhh.

I guess I assumed the words "VOLUME 1" might be a clue here. 8)

The OTHER similar sized volume has the later stamps listed.

Obviously all peel and stick are listed if one large volume covers 1989 to date.
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Simon all on its way. :D

I do paper based credit card payments and they can take a month after mailing (or more) as I am dead lazy. 8)
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Hi Glen

My apologies- I picked up my emails after I'd added the above so didnt get your response straight away- it was my first attempt to order so I was making sure I'd put everything in the right box!

I'm not fussed when it arrives as long as I got the order request right

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Glen,

Am ordering a set of these
as I don't have any specialised catalogue on Australian material.
I have a small bunch of Australian FDC
and this catalogue will give me a better idea of what they are worth.

Just send in my order but am not sure whether it went through.
Awaiting your reply on that on my personal e-mail.

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I arrived back from holiday this morning and the postman had safely delivered these two catalogues to my neighbour for safe keeping :D

Excellent catalogues, some real quality information (numbers printed, postal rates, size of sheets etc), the AAT section is great and enabled me to place to idea of value of my AAT postal history section

Many thanks- can't wait for Eustis! :lol: :lol:
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Hi Glen

I'll be putting my order through shortly together with some other goodies from your website :)
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Stefy - I think Glens away on holidays at moment (lucky bugger!) so might take a while to get a response - then again may not!
thank you for contacting Glen's admin, please call again, your business is appreciated... :wink: :)
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Kris - Yes I just realised that.

But I have learned that you have to be very patient when ordering from Glen... :roll:
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Stefy, that's not always so... if you slip him a $10 note, you get to the top of the pile quicker. Even faster for a 20 and like a rocket for a 50.
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waroff - I see now how that works! Still learning the ropes :P
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Waroff,

You're a scream!

Stefy,

Glen's delivery system has improved tremendously
and he'll attend to your deliveries as soon as he gets back.


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He has a system???? :shock:
Always looking for KGV British Commonwealth, mint, used, covers, anything
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waroff49 wrote:Stefy, that's not always so... if you slip him a $10 note, you get to the top of the pile quicker. Even faster for a 20 and like a rocket for a 50.
I believe that in many countries, the police work in similar ways...
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Hi Steffy, definately contagious !!
I started looking at stamps on ebay and thought OMG what are you doing !! Don't you dare buy any !! (i've got them in my watch list though) :lol: :lol:

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I have to break the news to you:

You're hooked, it's too late to save you... :lol:
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Yes. Another one comes over from the darkside. :idea:
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Mine arrived safely. Thanks Glen for the wonderful stamps and I LOVE the idea of putting them in a plastic bag. Really they wouldn't have survived AP!!!

My AP is quite bad, they use a marker to label the parcels to be collected and they write everywhere on/off stamps! Together with their stickers 'Carded Parcel'.

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Stefy wrote:Mine arrived safely. Thanks Glen for the wonderful stamps and I LOVE the idea of putting them in a plastic bag. Really they wouldn't have survived AP!!!

My AP is quite bad, they use a marker to label the parcels to be collected and they write everywhere on/off stamps! Together with their stickers 'Carded Parcel'.

:twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted: :twisted:
Have you discussed the situation with the LPO you collect your mail from ?
A short discussion on the matter with the people concerned will help.
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I will have to wait for a day off. That's why i have my parcels carded as I am at work during their opening hours.

Hopefully they will be more careful once I talk to them...
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Ordered 25 more sets to cover back orders. that's 75 sets of these sold - a huge volume for me. :)

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Post by SirWilliamOfPennyLot »

ozstamps wrote:Ordered 25 more sets to cover back orders. that's 75 sets of these sold - a huge volume for me. :)

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Hi Glen, I have just ordered a set.

If you let me know postage costs I can direct deposit immediately.

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