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GRUENZNER Norman Postal History of American P.O.W.
GRUENZNER Norman Postal History of American P.O.W.'s: World War II Korea Vietnam.

A.P.S. (1979)
138pp. 1st ed., clean in worn original boards.
£14.00


NORTH KOREA Korean Stamp Catalogue (1946-1992)
NORTH KOREA Korean Stamp Catalogue (1946-1992)

Korea Stamp Corporation, Pyongyang (1993)
216pp. 1st ed., two small discrete h/s's of the National Philatelic Society and label on cover otherwise clean in pictorial card covers.
£15.00


KAHN Yoon-Hong TAEGEUK definitive series and it
KAHN Yoon-Hong TAEGEUK definitive series and it's related series.

Published by the author (n.d.)
14pp, finding card covers.
Notes on a display to the R.P.S.
£8.00


MIZUHARA Meiso The Korean Postal History 1884 - 1905.
MIZUHARA Meiso The Korean Postal History 1884 - 1905.

Japan Philatelic SOciety, Foundation (1993)
xii + 449pp + folding map in rear pocket. 1st ed., very fine in fine D/W.
£75.00


TCHILINGHIRIAN S.D. and STEPHEN W.S.E. Stamps of the Russian Empire Used Abroad. - Part Six. Ship mail to Korea & Japan, Russian-America Supplement.
TCHILINGHIRIAN S.D. and STEPHEN W.S.E. Stamps of the Russian Empire Used Abroad. - Part Six. Ship mail to Korea & Japan, Russian-America Supplement.

British Society of Russian Philately (1960)
pp482-576pp. 1st ed., fine in original card covers.
Specialised study with good illustrations.
£36.00


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M'LEOD John Narrative of a voyage, in His Majesty's Late Ship Alceste, to the Yellow Sea, along the coast of Corea and through its numerous hitherto undiscovered islands, to the island of Lewchew; with an account of her shipwreck in the Straits of Gaspar. John Murray, London 1817 288pp + frontispiece and 4 hand coloured plates plus tipped in errata slip. 1st ed., mostly clean in contemporary half calf. Water stain on frontispiece only and some occasional tone spotting. Colour plates in fine condition. McLeod, surgeon aboard the Alceste describes the journey of Lord Amherst's embassy to Cape of Good Hope, Batavia, the west coast of Korea and the island of Loo Choo (Leechew). Abbey Travel 559.
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