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Hi,

I'm after copies of early ACSC Editions Number 39, 33, 27 ... edited by J. P. Meara and printed by Hawthorn Press.

Either purchase or borrow copies or pay for scans for inclusion of shades data in http://www.acsc-history.info/ website.

Any assistance would be appreciated.
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Hi Tommy218.

Great ACSC history project! :)

Just checked my copies, and missed by 1 on two occasions. :x

I have 9th, 12th, 17th, 28th, and 38th early editions.

Close but no cigar!! :evil: :lol:

I hope others can assist.

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Admirable project .. and great progress so far. :mrgreen:

I often get odds and sods of old editions, and add them to box lots, but nothing here right now sadly.

Just a suggestion, whereever Mr. Geoff Kellow is typed, it more correctly should be Dr. Geoff Kellow. :idea:

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Following a change of ownership of ACSC and the appointment of Mr. Geoffrey Kellow as Editor, a decision was made to release future editions of the New Brusden-White's Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue in separate volumes, as follows:
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Global Administrator wrote: Just a suggestion, whereever Mr. Geoff Kellow is typed, it more correctly should be Dr. Geoff Kellow. :idea:

1993
Following a change of ownership of ACSC and the appointment of Mr. Geoffrey Kellow as Editor, a decision was made to release future editions of the New Brusden-White's Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue in separate volumes, as follows:
This oversight has been corrected. Many thanks for pointing this out.

I welcome comments and suggestions for the website, as well as advice on any errors or omissions found.
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Browny wrote:Hi Tommy218.

Great ACSC history project! :)

Just checked my copies, and missed by 1 on two occasions. :x

I have 9th, 12th, 17th, 28th, and 38th early editions.

Close but no cigar!! :evil: :lol:

I hope others can assist.

Cheers.
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Actually, I would be interested in the 9th edition. Looks like you win a cigar after all :D
(if you are a cigar smoker, FOH & CCW may mean something to you.)

You post has prompted me to list the all the catalogue editions that are currently outstanding.

Orlo-Smith Catalogues: 1-9, 14.
J C W Brown: 18, 19, 22-25.
J P Meara: 27, 33, 39.
B-W Kangaroos:1-3.
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An update:

Still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: 18, 19, 22-25.
J P Meara: 27, 33, 39.
B-W Kangaroos: 2, 3.
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Tommy .. my mind is fading -- didn't Alec Rosenblum edit some of the editions of ACSC?

I have his wonderful handbooks, but thought he also edited for a period.
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The Society of Australasian Specialists/Oceania has a many of the old catalogues. At least it did before I sent it west.
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Global Administrator wrote:Tommy .. my mind is fading -- didn't Alec Rosenblum edit some of the editions of ACSC?

I have his wonderful handbooks, but thought he also edited for a period.
Hi Glen. I have not yet come across his name (in relation to ACSC), but I will keep a look-out while searching the history.
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Tommy218 wrote:
Global Administrator wrote:Tommy .. my mind is fading -- didn't Alec Rosenblum edit some of the editions of ACSC?

I have his wonderful handbooks, but thought he also edited for a period.
Hi Glen. I have not yet come across his name (in relation to ACSC), but I will keep a look-out while searching the history.
An update. I have found the following comment in S. Orlo-Smith's Introduction to the First Edition of the (then) Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue issued in September, 1926.

"The thanks of the publishers are due to Mr. A. A. Rosenblum for his valuable assistance in compiling the lists and for information taken from his book, "Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia"; also to Mr. J. R. W. Purves for much appreciated and helpful suggestions."

A similar acknowledgement appears in the September 1928 Second edition.

He notes in the Third edition he is "..... at present splitting up the Rosenblum collection."
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Well found .. OK, seems like he had a strong hand in it but no byline. :)
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Tommy .. how many do you still seek?

Can I ask a favour for you or others to check the mint hinged listings for the 1 pound grey THIRD wmk Specimen in Type C and D in last few editions?

In current cat they are both $375 - crazy.

The only other recent ACSC I have on hand is 2004 which has C at $100 and D at $225

TEN times less exist of D than C so the current mad equal pricing I'll mention to Dr Kellow when I get some ammo. :mrgreen:

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An update:

Still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: 18, 19, 22, 25.
J P Meara: 27, 33, 39.
B-W Kangaroos: 2 (1996)
B-W KGVI: 1 (1995)
B-W Decimals I: 1 (1997)
B-W Postage Dues: 1 (1999)
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Global Administrator wrote: Can I ask a favour for you or others to check the mint hinged listings for the 1 pound grey THIRD wmk Specimen in Type C and D in last few editions?

In current cat they are both $375 - crazy.

The only other recent ACSC I have on hand is 2004 which has C at $100 and D at $225

TEN times less exist of D than C so the current mad equal pricing I'll mention to Dr Kellow when I get some ammo. :mrgreen:

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Confirming an email sent to Glen yesterday

The 2013 5th edition has the mint hinged Specimens as Type C as $375 & D as $275
The 1993 1st edition has a C1 at $200 & a C2 at $100, and a D at $125.
The 1988 loose leaf has them both as $100.


Yesterday I also picked up the 1999 edition. It has the £1 grey 3rd wmk type C [at] $75 and the type D [at] $125.
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Still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: 18, 19, 22, 25.
J P Meara: 27, 33, 39.
B-W Kangaroos: 2 (1996)
B-W KGVI: 1 (1995)
B-W Decimals I: 1 (1997)
B-W Postage Dues: 1 (1999)
Another message sent Trevor.
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Many thanks, email sent. :)
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Tommy218 wrote:
Global Administrator wrote:Tommy .. my mind is fading -- didn't Alec Rosenblum edit some of the editions of ACSC?

I have his wonderful handbooks, but thought he also edited for a period.
Hi Glen. I have not yet come across his name (in relation to ACSC), but I will keep a look-out while searching the history.
Update. I have obtained a copy of 1926 Second edition of The Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia by Alec A. Rosenblum.

It is clear that his work should be acknowledged on the ACSC history website, and I have drafted the following:

Forerunner to the ACSC Catalogue

The Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia by Alec A. Rosenblum

The introduction to Orlo-Smith's First Edition of the "Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue" included the following statement:

The thanks of the publishers are due to Mr. A. A. Rosenblum, for his valuable assistance in the compiling the lists and for information taken from his book, Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia;....

Alec Rosenblum's publication (the 1926 Second Edition is shown) is not a stamp catalogue as such, but is a handbook. It does not include stamp values nor any reference numbers for stamps or stamp shades.

Alec A. Rosenblum (1895-1973) was reportedly the most prolific writer on the Australian philatelic scene in the 1920s and 1930s. He served as editor of the Australian Philatelic Record and the Australian Stamp Monthly. He produced much of the basic research on the Kangaroo and King George V values.

His contribution to philately and the Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue is worthy of being acknowledged.
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An further update:

Still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: editions 18, 19, 22, 25.
J P Meara: editions 27, 33, 39.
B-W Kangaroos: edition 2 (1996)
B-W Decimals I: edition 1 (1997)
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Tommy218 wrote:
Tommy218 wrote:
Global Administrator wrote:Tommy .. my mind is fading -- didn't Alec Rosenblum edit some of the editions of ACSC?

I have his wonderful handbooks, but thought he also edited for a period.
Hi Glen. I have not yet come across his name (in relation to ACSC), but I will keep a look-out while searching the history.
Update. I have obtained a copy of 1926 Second edition of The Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia by Alec A. Rosenblum.

It is clear that his work should be acknowledged on the ACSC history website, and I have drafted the following:

Forerunner to the ACSC Catalogue

The Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia by Alec A. Rosenblum

The introduction to Orlo-Smith's First Edition of the "Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue" included the following statement:

The thanks of the publishers are due to Mr. A. A. Rosenblum, for his valuable assistance in the compiling the lists and for information taken from his book, Stamps of the Commonwealth of Australia;....

Alec Rosenblum's publication (the 1926 Second Edition is shown) is not a stamp catalogue as such, but is a handbook. It does not include stamp values nor any reference numbers for stamps or stamp shades.

Alec A. Rosenblum (1895-1973) was reportedly the most prolific writer on the Australian philatelic scene in the 1920s and 1930s. He served as editor of the Australian Philatelic Record and the Australian Stamp Monthly. He produced much of the basic research on the Kangaroo and King George V values.

His contribution to philately and the Australian Commonwealth Specialists' Catalogue is worthy of being acknowledged.


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Here is one of but two photos I've seen of the apparently camera-shy Alec Rosenblum:

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I spoke with him by phone in 1972, the year before he died, excited with my find of an unrecorded Australian Commonwealth One Pound booklet.

He was very helpful. However, I never saw him at the many philatelic events in Melbourne which I attended in the decade prior?

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Rod Perry wrote:
Here is one of but two photos I've seen of the apparently camera-shy Alec Rosenblum:
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Looks like Alec had just came back from auditioning for the Black and White Minstrel Show casting call. :lol:

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GlenStephens wrote:
Rod Perry wrote: Here is one of but two photos I've seen of the apparently camera-shy Alec Rosenblum:
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Looks like Alec had just came back from auditioning for the Black and White Minstrel Show casting call. :lol:
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I'm glad you said that, Glen.

I've thought it from the first time I laid eyes upon that enigmatic photo of Rosenblum.

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Updated 14th August.

Still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: editions 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25.
J P Meara: editions 27, 33, 39.
B-W Kangaroos: edition 2 (1996)
B-W Decimals I: edition 1 (1997) **
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Updated 27th August.

Several obtained but still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: editions 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 25.
J P Meara: edition 27
B-W Kangaroos: edition 2 (1996)
B-W Decimals I: edition 1 (1997)
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Tommy2018

25th edition ( slightly battered cover but inside good condition ) not for sale but only on loan. I use this frequently but am going overseas for about a month when I will not need it.

Please PM your name and address and I will get it in the post this week.

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Updated 13th Sept.

Several obtained but still looking for the following ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: editions 18, 24, 25 (?).
J P Meara: edition 27
B-W Kangaroos: edition 2 (1996)
B-W Decimals I: edition 1 (1997)
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Updated Friday, 14th Sept.

#25 obtained (with thanks) but still looking to purchase or borrow (to scan) these three early ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: editions 18, 24.
J P Meara: edition 27.

I would like to purchase these two later B-W catalogues:

B-W Kangaroos: edition 2. (1996)
B-W Decimals I: edition 1. (1997)
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Updated Saturday, 22th Sept.

#27 obtained but #19 fell through, but still looking to purchase or borrow (to scan) the two early ACSC editions:

J C W Brown: editions 18, 19.

I would like to purchase these two later B-W catalogues:

B-W Kangaroos: edition 2. (1996)
B-W Decimals I: edition 1. (1997)

Alternatively, I will swap the Kangaroo edit 2 with a copy of the Kangaroo 5th edition DELUXE HARDBOUND COLOUR CENTENARY EDITION, only 100 numbered copies printed.
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Updated 21st October 2018

Post complete.

Many thanks to all.
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Tommy .. so you managed to secure a complete set in the end? :)
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Rod Perry wrote: 11 Aug 2018 11:53
Here is one of but two photos I've seen of the apparently camera-shy Alec Rosenblum:
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A.A.Rosenblum. 3rd from left.
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Ubobo.R.O. wrote: 15 Nov 2022 18:47
3rd from left.

C'mon we know you Queenslanders all have 6 fingers -- go and re-check your numbbarrhs! Finger 3 is next to finger 4. :lol: :lol:
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Here is one of but two photos I've seen of the apparently camera-shy Alec Rosenblum:

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Looks like Alec had just came back from auditioning for the Black and White Minstrel Show casting call. :lol:

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Rosenblum. Is this him ?
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Perhaps read Rod Perry's note above. :idea: :idea: :idea:

Then count fingers again. Finger 3 is the one next to finger 4. (Well maybe not in Queensland.) :mrgreen:
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Global Admin wrote: 15 Nov 2022 09:10
Tommy .. so you managed to secure a complete set in the end? :)

Just interested. :)
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HI Glen, I believe I am still missing 3 original copies of the early ones (#1 plus not sure of the other edition numbers... I'm away at the moment), but I do have full photocopies of the missing editions. Will update this post on my return.

Sorry for the slow reply to your posts. Cheers.
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Further to the above post, I can confirm that I have all original copies of the catalogues, except:

Edition 1, 1926/8
Edition 3 supplement, 1933
Edition 8, 1945.

I do have photocopies of the above, obtained from libraries.

Nor do I have the latest Australian States Federal Period, 1901-1912
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Great effort to assemble all those Tommy. :)

Brusden-White hiked the prices of all books this month. :roll:

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The States is selling better than anything they've had for a while. I have sold several cartons of them (Stock 385BJ)

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