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HONG KONG STUDY CIRCLE

Author Index, Bulletin/Journal Nos. 1-351

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Timothy Webb compiled the bulk, Journal Nos. 1-347, of this list; I (N.J.H.) have added entries for Journal Nos. 348-351 to yield an even number of pages.

The following list, alphabetical by author's name, is based mainly on articles published in HKSC Journals from No. 256 when the then editor, Chris R. Riding, split the Bulletin into two distinct sections, the Newsletter containing principally administrative matters and the Journal containing the technical material. Articles by any one author are in alphabetical order under their name.

Journal Nos. 247-255 were structured as Bulletins where administrative matters preceded the technical material, but were basically similar to Bulletin No. 246 and earlier where the items reported were listed as Contents with technical Appendices added as appropriate. For Journals and Bulletins prior to No. 256, this index includes authors' names where a sizeable contribution was included. It has not been feasible to include every reference to an individual made in these Bulletins.

This list does not include references where individual names occur within the Journal headings 'From Previous Journals', 'Webbaddenda', 'Wilde Cup Entries' or 'Pot-Pourri of Hong Kong': nor does it include stand-alone books and booklets issued covering aspects of Hong Kong philately. 

Articles to which authors' names have not been credited are listed under 'Editorial' or 'Editorial Review'. In most instances, the text identifies the name of the contributor concerned, otherwise it is an editor's compilation. The initials of the appropriate editor are given, i.e., C.C.G. = Charles Gower, C.R.R. = Chris Riding, F.W.W. = Colonel F.W. Webb, and T.J.B.W. = Timothy Webb.

It must be mentioned that the name of Charles C. Gower, which is lacking from the alphabetical list of names that follows, is only absent because he did not record items under his own name. As Bulletin Editor from August 1970 to December 1984, he contributed huge amounts of material to our records but in his own style.

ABREU, A.

1841 Letter from Macao to Liverpool - A Reappraisal [see also SCAMP, L.C.]

347/2

ABREU, A.

Letter from Macao to Liverpool during 1st Opium War

345/2

ANTSCHERL, D.

Adhesives of the Period 1901-1937

260/4

ANTSCHERL, D.

Missing Key Plate Jubilee Lines on George V $2 and $3, Requisition 3852 (V) [see also HALEWOOD, N.]

343/4

ANTSCHERL, D.

Missing Key Plate Jubilee Lines on George V $2 and $3, Requisition 3852 (V) - Update [see also HALEWOOD, N.]

350/10

ANTSCHERL, D.

Plate Flaws

270/7

ASHBY, J.

Early Postage Meters of Hong Kong

314/2, 318/12

 

 

 

BENNETT, N.H.T.

The Killer Cancellations

276/2

BIRCH, G.

Know Your Subject or Caveat Emptor

344/6

BLACKBURN, J.L.

'Air Transit', 'A.V.2' and 'S.R.' Handstamps

295/2

BOHN, J.

An Extraordinary Anglo-French Accountancy Marking [see also SCAMP, L.C.]

344/2

BUCHANAN, L.W.

German Prisoner of War Mail, 1914-1918

303/14

 

 

 

CAMPION, P.A.

Crown CC Watermark and De La Rue Stamp Paper Book

320/14

CAMPION, P.A.

De La Rue's Stamp Paper - 1900 to 1911

325/2

CAMPION, P.A.

KEVII 12-cent on White Paper

313/12

CAMPION, P.A.

KEVII 12-cent with Damaged 'Hong' Character

322/6

CAMPION, P.A.

KEVII & KGV Stamp Booklets

314/18, 315/2, 316/20, 331/19

CAMPION, P.A.

KEVII Inverted and Reversed (Wmk) 'Errors'

329/20

CAMPION, P.A.

KEVII Requisition Numbers

318/11

CAMPION, P.A.

KEVII $5 & $10, Shades of

327/2

CAMPION, P.A.

King Edward - Head Plate Flaws

332/2

CHAN, T.M.

A Speculative Thought for the Supply and Use of Treaty Port Killers in the 1860's

302/7

CHAN, T.M.

Medium Crowned Circle 'PAID' Deleted

298/10

CHAN, T.M.

Re-use of the Webb Type 3 'HONG KONG POST OFFICE 1841' Handstamp in 1846 in Black Ink

322/2

CHAN, T.M.

Variations of the Hong-Kong Double-Lined Broken-Circle Daters

298/11

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

1861 Letter from Demerara to Hong Kong

351/6

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

1871 Yokohama Registered Cover with an Unusual Routing

327/4

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

1923 De La Rue 10c Postage Due Plate Flaw

343/7

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

Automated Mailing System

291/16

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

Damaged Mail

298/6

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

Earliest Recorded Letter from the Amoy British Postal Agency?

322/14

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

Hoihow Types F and G Cancellations

281/4

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

P&O Hong Kong-Calcutta Line - Additional Covers

336/9

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

Saved from the Wreck of the COLOMBO

309/2

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

'SENT TO QUARANTINE' Handstamp

337/21

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

The Circular 'T' Markings

275/3, 279/6, 294/9

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

The Hong Kong Circular Datestamps

278/7

CHEUNG, A.M.T.

The Swatow Boxed Registration Handstamps

297/13

CHIU, Sam

Hong Kong Cover to S. Carolina [see SCAMP, L.C.]

345/7

CHIU, Sam

Instructional Markings: BY AIR THROUGHOUT - Revisited

344/10

CHIU, Sam

PARTI/GONE AWAY, Unrecorded Special Marking

344/9

CHIU, Sam

Reflections on Proud "One-off" Special Markings

344/8

CHIU, Sam

Special Markings: Tentative Allocation

344/10

CHU, Alfred

The Double Overprint of 10 Cents on 16 Cents

298/5

CHU, Alfred

The Double Overprint of '10 CENTS' on the 1898 Provisional Issue

297/8, 303/10

COTTON, R.H.J.

China Expedition - A Soldier's Letters Home from China in the 1840's

300/9

CREWE, D.G.

Air Orient/Air France

279/2

CREWE, D.G.

Branch Office Cancels on Airmail Covers 1936-41

325/9

CREWE, D.G.

Commercial Cover from Hong Kong to England by the Air Orient Saigon-Marseilles Route

300/2

CREWE, D.G.

Cover to Hong Kong Involved in a Forced Landing near Delhi, January 1938

345/12

CREWE, D.G.

Cover with a Story to Tell - Dorado Incident

326/12

CREWE, D.G.

Experimental Dispatch to the U.S.A. by Imperial Airways in 1938

330/17

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong Airmail Routes and Rates 1939-41

282/7

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong Airmails to Britain by BOAC, June 1940

338/2

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong Airmails 1924-1941, Additions and Corrections

324/9

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong Mail and the CENTURION Crash

294/15

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong Mail and the Crash of the BOADICEA

296/4

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong Mail by the Horseshoe Route

296/6

CREWE, D.G.

Hong Kong-Penang Feeder Service 1935-38: The Politics of a Route

311/2

CREWE, D.G.

Imperial Airways Accidents and Interruptions and Hong Kong Mail

305/2

CREWE, D.G.

Imperial Airways Checklist of Flights, Hong Kong Feeder Service March 1936-August 1939

341/3

CREWE, D.G.

Imperial Airways Hong Kong Flights

291/2

CREWE, D.G.

Minor Incidents on the Hong Kong Feeder Service, 1936-1940

351/11

CREWE, D.G.

Pan American Airways Services to Hong Kong: September 1939 to January 1940

333/12

CREWE, D.G.

Previously Unreported Incidents on the Imperial Airways Feeder Service to Hong Kong

307/2

CREWE, D.G.

Registered Cover to Indo-China by the Experimental 'La Zelee' Flight of 1932

304/12

CREWE, D.G.

Scarce Pre-War Postage Due Marking

341/12

CREWE, D.G.

Wartime Aircraft Movements on the Hong Kong-Bangkok Service 1939-40, Eastbound Services from Bangkok

348/20

CREWE, D.G.

Wartime Aircraft Movements on the Hong Kong-Bangkok Service 1939-40, Westbound Services from Hong Kong

347/9

CREWE, D.G.

Wartime Mail from Hong Kong - Two Ocean Route

299/4

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Branch Office Cancels: Extending Periods of Usage

350/13

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Extending the Period of Usage of G.P.O. Cancels with Numbers

343/8

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

G.P.O. Cancels Type S

343/9

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Hong Kong G.P.O. Cancels: An Update of Earliest and Latest Dates of Usage

345/13

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Kowloon Cancels Types I-O

274/2

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Registration Labels

300/3, 301/8, 302/5, 303/16, 304/13, 305/7,
306/9, 307/6,
308/7, 309/8,
310/9, 311/14,
312/7, 313/9,
314/11, 321 Supp.

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Sai Ying Pun Post Office

341/14

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Silver Jubilee Issue – 5 Variety

351/11

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

The Other Damaged Crowns: Damaged Crown Varieties of King George V Definitives

350/10

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

VICTORIA/HONG KONG - Types 'O' and 'P'

286/2

CREWE, Mrs S.M.

Wanchai Post Office

340/18

CUTNER, A.J.

British Forces Post Offices

297/2

CUTNER, A.J.

British Forces Post Offices in Hong Kong (from 1945) - Part 1

306/13

CUTNER, A.J.

British Forces Post Offices in Hong Kong (from 1945) - Part 2

307/10

CUTNER, A.J.

British Forces Post Offices in Hong Kong (from 1945) - Part 3

308/6

CUTNER, A.J.

British Forces Post Offices in Hong Kong (from 1945) - Corrigenda

311/8

 

 

 

DAVIES, D.

A Letter to the Court of Sardinia

290/2

DAVIES, D.

The P&O Hong Kong-Calcutta Line

291/10

DAVIES, D.L.

An Early Brindisi 38c Cover

280/4

DAVIES, D.L.

The Earliest Trans-Pacific Packet Cover

273/2

DAVIES, D.L.

Uniform Indian Ship Letter Postage on China Mail

269/2

DAYNES, J.A.

Censored Covers from H.M.S. GNAT and DURBAN

304/11

DUNN, P.H.

Early Postal History of 'The China Expedition, 1842'

174 App. I

 

 

 

EASTON, J.

Hong Kong: A Suggested Background for a Fresh Classification of the Definitive Issues

100/5

 

 

 

Editorial (C.C.G.)

A Census of Yokohama 'Y1' Covers

158 App. II

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Air Mail Markings

287/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

A Problem of Accounting: The 1859-1870 Officers' Privilege Rate [see also STUBENS, F.R., 288/12]

284/6

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Artists' Sketches: KEVIII & KGVI

284/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Branch Post Office Events: 1988-1993

290/5

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Crash Cachets

263/4, 281/2

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Damaged Mail

292/13

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Detained in Hong Kong

278/8

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Field Post Offices Nos. 334 and 335

292/5

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Forwarding Agents Cachets

273/11

Editorial (C.R.R.)

French Mail Boat Cancellations

278/5

Editorial (C.R.R.)

H62 and 2H62 Killers

288/6

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Hong Kong Branch Post Office Cancellations

263/11, 266/2

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Hong Kong Post Office Regulations, 1844

259/2

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Hong Kong Western Branch, Webb Type C

287/6, 292/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Instructional Markings

259/7, 270/5, 282/10

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Instructions to Marine Sorters

271/8

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Japanese Occupation - Mail Dates

291/5

Editorial (C.R.R.)

'M1' (Macao) Killer

279/10

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Postal Strike via Hong Kong (overprint)

285/12

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Queen Victoria Issues: Colour Problems

287/2

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Registration Labels

282/4

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Security and Forwarding Agents' Markings

265/10

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Security Markings

259/11

Editorial (C.R.R.)

Some Cancellations of Hong Kong

256/7, 257/8, 261/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The '1907' Cancellators

262/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The 1935 Silver Jubilee Issue

272/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The 1942 Japanese Occupation Commemorative Cancel

292/15

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The 1946 'Victory' Issue

286/11

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The British Post Office in Shanghai: In Memoriam

256/10

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The Collard J. Stock Correspondence

263/2

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The 'Da Luz' Japanese Occupation Covers: A Sequel

273/3

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The Five Types of the 'S1' (Shanghai) Killer

258/7

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The Hong Kong/CHINA Overprints

289/9

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The Postal History of Tientsin

276/5

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The Trans-Siberian Railway

277/8

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The 'Typhoon' Chops

268/8

Editorial (C.R.R.)

The Wreck of the COLOMBO

284/4

Editorial (C.R.R.)

VICTORIA/HONG KONG 1938 Forgeries

289/10

Editorial (F.W.W.)

P&O Contracts - India and China Mail

143 Apps

Editorial (T.J.B.W.)

Hainan-Samah Land Post

293/11

Editorial Review (T.J.B.W.)

Air-Transit Markings and Hong Kong Censorship

306/3

Editorial Review (T.J.B.W.)

Canton Sorting Office in Hong Kong

303/6

Editorial Review (T.J.B.W.)

Exchange Ships and POW Mail

304/2

Editorial Review (T.J.B.W.)

Hong Kong 'A.V.2' Markings

310/7

Editorial Review (T.J.B.W.)

Hong Kong Military & Civilian Censorship Handstamps

307/3, 309/15

Editorial Review (T.J.B.W.)

'Sunburst' Marking

313/4

 

 

 

ELWICK, E.W.

Meter Franking Machines

269/4, 294/11

ELWICK, E.W.

The 'Hong Kong 1945 Postage Paid' Handstamp on Incoming Letter

302/16

EVANS, A.F.

Hong Kong - the Mystery of the 1941 KGVI Printings

205 App. II

EVANS, A.F.

The Queen Elizabeth II Issues [see also WEBB, F.W.]

100/6

EVANS, Lois M.

The 'Da Luz' Japanese Occupation Covers

268/2

 

 

 

FAIRBURN, T.

Handling of Mail by the P&O Company in the 1920s

136 App.

 

 

 

GATES, S.

Was Webb's Tientsin Type 2 I.P.O. Chop Ever Used in Tientsin?

294/2

GATES, S.

Were Some Foreign Mails Released from Hong Kong after the War Began?

296/2

GEE, E.F.

H.K. Commemoratives: Shade Variations of the 1946 Victory Issue; SG 169, 30 Cents

264/5

GEE, E.F.

Hong Kong and the Treaty Ports

270/2

GIBSON-SMITH, I.

Earliest and Latest Dates on Cancellations on KGV 'CHINA' Overprints

337/14

GLANCY, H.P.

Hong Kong Air Mail Transit Markings [see also SPERRING, E.H.E.]

283/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

1860 Anglo-French Accountancy Markings - Accounting for Losses

334/8

GOLDSMITH, M.

1862 Specimens

315/6

GOLDSMITH, M.

1863-70 Issue Proofs Overprinted 'CANCELLED'

287/10

GOLDSMITH, M.

1891 Two Cents 'JUBILEE' Overprints

274/8

GOLDSMITH, M.

62B - The Supplementary Obliterator

242 App. VII, 312/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Aspects of 1837-41 Far East Overland Mails: "Via Waghorn" across Egypt and via Persian Gulf [see also HOUDE, M.]

339/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Boxed 'MALDIRIGE' marking

321/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Chinese Workers in the Service of the Crown - The Chinese Labour Corps and Before

316/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Detained in Hong Kong

296/7

GOLDSMITH, M.

 

Forgeries - Old and New

311/18

GOLDSMITH, M.

German Sea Posts - A Hong Kong Rarity (Deutsche Seepost Ost-Asiatische Zweiglinie)

334/23

GOLDSMITH, M.

Handstruck '6' Markings

290/14

GOLDSMITH, M.

Handstruck Postage Due Markings

296/6

GOLDSMITH, M.

Hong Kong 1841-44 Mail and the 'Tombstone' Handstamp

336/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Hong Kong Marine Sorters (non-standard)

269/10

GOLDSMITH, M.

'HONG KONG PAID' in Blue

263/6

GOLDSMITH, M.

Labuan - An Important 'Newish' Discovery

257/9

GOLDSMITH, M.

'Missent' Markings

273/6

GOLDSMITH, M.

'Paid Only To Hong Kong'

275/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Postal Stationery, but not Stationary as Posted

322/7

GOLDSMITH, M.

'REGISTERED HONG KONG' Oval Datestamp: New Discovery and Reappraisals

328/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

'REGISTERED YOKOHAMA' Oval Datestamp and 'TOO LATE' Handstamps: New Discoveries and Reappraisals

326/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

Shanghai - The Boxed "12CENTSTAX" Handstamp

322/9

GOLDSMITH, M.

Some Aspects of World War I Censorship

301/16

GOLDSMITH, M.

The Circular Date Stamps of Swatow [see also PULLAN, M.E.]

265/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

The 'CHINA' Handstamp - Its Usage on Far East Mail to Great Britain via the Cape of Good Hope in the Mid-1830s

331/2

GOLDSMITH, M.

The 'Hong Kong 1945 Postage Paid' Handstamp

285/10

GOLDSMITH. M.

The King is Dead: Long Live the King

338/20

GOLDSMITH. M.

Then and Now - A Personal Reflection

300/5

GOLDSMITH. M.

The 'S.R.'-Type Handstamps of WWII

303/2, 332/9

GOLDSMITH. M.

The Treaty Ports - Postal Charges in 1916-17

280/6

GOLDSMITH. M.

ULTRAMAR and COLONIAS Overprints on SPECIMEN Hong Kong Adhesives

293/2

GOLDSMITH. M.

Unrecorded Markings

278/12, 308/10

GOLDSMITH. M.

Yokohama - Early Usage of the 'Y1' Obliterator

261/5

GOODWYN, C.W.

Early 'Cash' Covers from China

236 App. I

GUREVITCH, R.N.

1879 'Provisional' Postal Stationery Cards

277/2

GUREVITCH, R.N.

Hong Kong: 1879 ‘Provisional’ Postal Stationery Cards - Response to Lee Scamp’s Article in Jn. 348

351/2

GUREVITCH, R.N.

The 1897 One-Dollar on Two-Dollars Provisional Issue

301/14

GUREVITCH, R.N.

The New Zealand 'Mate' to the Unique 1884 Hong Kong 'Pemberton Wilson' Cover with the 12 CENTS on $10 Fiscal Adhesive

305/10

GUREVITCH, R.N.

The S.O./S.D. Overprints

270/8

 

 

 

HALEWOOD, N.

Hong Kong KGV Printings

320/2

HALEWOOD, N.

Hong Kong QEII Printing Problems

323/12

HALEWOOD, N.

Missing Key Plate Jubilee Lines on George V $2 and $3 Requisition 3850 (V) [see also ANTSCHERL, D.]

343/4

HALEWOOD, N.

Missing Key Plate Jubilee Lines on George V $2 and $3 Requisition 3850 (V) - Update [see also ANTSCHERL, D.]

350/10

HALEWOOD, N.

Post-war Airmail Rates of Hong Kong

317/13

HALEWOOD, N.

Postwar KGVI Colour Changes: Hong Kong Release Dates [see also HO KWOK KIT]

334/2

HALEWOOD, N.

Survey of Jusqu'a Markings Used in 1945-50

326/8

HENDERSON, R.

Incidence of the Use of the F1 Obliterator

194 App. I

HENDERSON, R.

Treaty Ports - Quantitave Analysis of the A1 and D27 Obliterators of Amoy

210 App. III

HO KWOK KIT

Postwar KGVI Colour Changes: Hong Kong Release Dates [see also HALEWOOD, N.]

334/2

HOUDE, M.

Aspects of 1837-41 Far East Overland Mails: "Via Waghorn" across Egypt and via Persian Gulf [see also GOLDSMITH, M.]

339/2

HOUDE, M.

Commercial Enterprises in Hong Kong and Their Security Markings: Arnemann & Co. (ca 1864-1866)

351/8

HOUDE, M.

Commercial Enterprises in Hong Kong and Their Security Markings: Arnhold, Karberg & Co.

347/5

HOUDE, M.

Commercial Enterprises in Hong Kong and Their Security Markings: Arratoon V. Apcar & Co. (1897-1925)

349/4

HOUDE, M.

Commercial Enterprises in Hong Kong and Their Security Markings: F. Blackhead & Co. (1855-1914)

350/8

HOUDE, M.

Mystery of the “BARFLEUR” Handstamp Resolved

349/2

HOUDE, M.

Hong Kong Used at the British Consular Post Office at Bangkok

270/10, 272/9

HOUDE, M.

Security Markings and Some of the History of Dodwell and Co. Ltd.

348/9

 

 

 

JOHNSON, J.L.

Canadian FAM 14 Air Mail Rates 1936-1941

296/6

JONES, C.A.  

Direction Markings: Redirection Marking Reconsidered

340/3

JONES, C.A.  

Red Band Cover with Arrival Markings and Interesting Rate

346/10

 

 

 

KIRK, R.

Early Mails from China to Europe

275/4

KIRK, R.

Extra Mails

260/2

KIRK, R.

Late Fees and Mail Boat Cancellations

266/6

KIRK, R.

Missent in India Mail

263/7

KIRK, R.

Postal Rates to the U.K. from 1845-1872 - And Why

253 Supp.

KIRK, R.

Prelude to the P&O Line Calcutta to Hong Kong

268/7

KIRK, R.

Private Ships

210-211 Apps

KIRK, R.

The Cessation of Marine Sorting

272/3

KIRK, R.

The First Contract Mails from Hong Kong 1845-1853

281/7

KIRK, R.

The Second and Third Opium Wars

209 App. I

KIRK, R.

The Singapore to Hong Kong Marine Sorters

276/6

KIRK, R.

To and From Shanghai

291/7

KIRK, R.

War and Pestilence

289/2

KUGEL, A.F.

British Forces Mail from China

302/3

KWOK, T.

The Japanese Occupation of Hong Kong

283/7, 285/7, 287/3

 

 

 

LaPIERRE, D.B.

A Culbertson Precursor

256/3

LaPIERRE, D.B.

Ningpo to U.S.A.: 1848

284/2

LaPIERRE, D.B.

The Culbertson Correspondence (1865-1888)

240 App.

LaPIERRE, D.B.

The Culbertson Correspondence - Revisited

271/2

LaPIERRE, D.B.

The Culbertson Correspondence, a Recap

342/4

LaPIERRE, D.B.

The 'HONG KONG PAID ALL' c.d.s.

262/2

LATHAM, G.H.

Cancellations of the British Post Office at Tientsin

142 App. A

LAWRENCE, E.

1821 Letter from Canton to London

337/18

LAWRENCE, E.

1836 Letters from the Canton River Concerning the Opium Trade

329/2

LAWRENCE, E.

1856 Letter from Hong Kong to Henley, England

337/20

LAWRENCE, E.

An Unrecorded Cover by Overland Courier to Capt. Brimblecom

348/2

LAWRENCE, E.

Reflections on Prior & Post Anglo-Chinese Confrontations

350/2

LAWRENCE, E.

The Opium War, 1939-1842, Eyewitness Accounts and Salient Dates & Events

332/16

LEWIS, B.T.

Hong Kong Maltese Cross Webb Type L - Identification of Sub-types [see also WEBBER, R.A.]

190-192 Apps

LEWIS, G.

Manuscript Numeral Markings on Mail from Manila

289/5

LEWIS, G.

The Mail Route across Iraq

292/2

LITHGOW, J.

Hong Kong Naval Mails

165 App. I

LU, D.

Two Interesting WWII Covers

326/10

 

 

 

McCONNELL, L.D.

Trans-Pacific Intermediate Service Mail Ships - RMS ATHENIAN

 

300/14

McQUEEN, I.

Macau Markings Related to Airmail via Hong Kong

313/2

METZELAAR, W.

Anglo-French Postal Collaboration, Yokohama, 1 December 1866

 

202-204 Apps

 

 

 

NESSEL, I.

Around the World from Hong Kong: Destination Covers and Their Stories

345/9, 346/11, 347/15, 348/13, 349/12, 350/26

NESSEL, I.

Two WW11 Letters Written at Sea

343/6

NEWTON, R.

 

Treaty Ports - Postal Changes in 1916-17

347/7

NG WU WING (Winson)

Does Hong Kong Index "S" in C.D.S. Still Belong to the Early Stanley Branch Office?

 

334/18

NORTON, C.E.

Censor's Resealing Strips

235 App. II

NORTON, C.E.

Hong Kong Civilian Censorship Handstamps [see also PAGE, D.R.]

 

261/10

NORTON, C.E.

Hong Kong Military Censorship Handstamps

262/5, 269/7, 275/11

NORTON, C.E.

Kowloon Branch Datestamps, Webb Types A & B

331/10

NORTON, C.E.

Treaty Port Registration Handstamps (1861-1930)

254 Supp.

 

 

 

ORR, Mrs W.

Service, Ships and Shops in 1950's Hong Kong

309/4

ORSETTI, P.

Foreign Rates during the Japanese Occupation of Hong Kong

 

308/2

ORSETTI, P.

Hong Kong Forwarding Agents List

319/20

ORSETTI, P.

New Liberation "POSTAGE PAID" Marking?

338/6

ORSETTI, P.

Officially Sealed Labels

249-252 Apps

ORSETTI, P.

Security Markings [see also PUGH, P.]

283 Supp.

 

Permanent Addendum No.1

306

 

Permanent Addendum No.2

318

 

 

 

PADGET, P.I.

The Revenue Stamps of Hong Kong [see also PEARSON, P.C.]

 

168 App. I

PAGE, D.R.

Hong Kong Civilian Censorship Handstamps [see also NORTON, C.E.]

 

261/10

PAGE, D.R.

'OAT' Marks and the HK Canton Sorting Office

306/2

PEARSON, P.C.

Hong Kong: The Double Surcharge of the '7' on '10 Cents' Provisional of 1891

113 App. 647

PEARSON, P.C.

Hong Kong - The Use of Coloured Ink

118 Sect. B

PEARSON, P.C.

Reprint of Display of Hong Kong QV Frames given to the RPSL on 3.12.1970

 

169 App. III

PEARSON, P.C.

Reprint of Hong Kong: Plate 2 - A Question of Use

145 App. I

PEARSON, P.C.

Revenue Stamps of Hong Kong [see also PADGET, P.I.]

168 App. I

POS, G.

Incoming Mail to a German P.O.W., 1915

341/2

POS, G.

WW1 German Prisoner of War Inter-Camp Mail - Japan to Hong Kong

 

342/24

PROUD, E.W.

Postal History of Hong Kong 1841-1997

324/2

PUGH, P.

Security Markings [see also ORSETTI, P.]

283 Supp.

 

Permanent Addendum No.1

306

 

Permanent Addendum No.2

318

PULLAN, M.E.

Closing of the British P.O.s in Japan

260/9

PULLAN, M.E.

Colonial Reports

256/6

PULLAN, M.E.

From Shanghai to London - The Opening of the Pukow-Tientsin Railway

 

251 App. III

PULLAN, M.E.

 

Hong Kong Type Ii - A Study

285/11

PULLAN, M.E.

 

Making-up Mail - Procedures Adopted at the British Postal Agencies in China

 

251 App. II

PULLAN, M.E.

Parcels by Trans-Siberian Railway

251 App. I

PULLAN, M.E.

The Circular Date Stamps of Swatow [see also GOLDSMITH, M.]

 

265/2

PULLAN, M.E.

The Closure of the British Postal Agencies in China

257/11

PULLAN, M.E.

The Closure of the Two Wei Hai Wei Offices

259/10

 

 

 

RAKUSEN, R.H.

The Hong Kong Centenary Issue 1941 - Some Answers and Questions

 

335/2, 337/12

RICHARDSON, P.

15 Cent Surface Rate - Rate Changes - 1936

351/9

RIDDELL, J.D.

Chronological History of Shanghai's Foreign P.O.s

89/2

RIDDELL, J.D.

Hong Kong Marine Sorter Markings

31/9

RIDDELL, J.D.

The Postal History of Hong Kong Marine Sorters

168 App. II

RIDING, C.R.

Delivery Round Markings

264/8

ROBERTSON, J.

Survey - Inverted and Reversed Watermarks on QV Issues

 

335/14

ROGERS, F.J.

Services Mail after the Liberation

258/3

ROGERS, J.L.M.

Marine Sorter Markings, Kirk Types 4 and 9

272/2

RYDINGS, S.H.

The Annigoni Issue 1962-73

265/7

 

 

 

SAMUEL, M.

The Specimen Stamps of Hong Kong

31/3

SARGEANT, K.S.

Hong Kong 1946 Victory Issue

148 App. I

SCAMP, L.C.

1841 Letter from Macao to Liverpool - A Reappraisal [see also ABREU, A.]

 

347/2

SCAMP, L.C.

A 'Colourful' 'A1' Cover

300/7

SCAMP, L.C.

A Cover carried on the First P&O Voyage from HK

257/6

SCAMP, L.C.

An Early Canton to Philadelphia Correspondence

246 App. III

SCAMP, L.C.

A New Waghorn Cover to Macao

350/6

SCAMP, L.C.

An Extraordinary Anglo-French Accountancy Marking [see also BOHN, J.]

 

344/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Assorted Markings on OHMS Envelopes

311/6

SCAMP, L.C.

Base Office Cancellations

302/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Boat Office/Macao

290/7

SCAMP, L.C.

Boxer Rebellion Base Office Cancel

343/3

SCAMP, L.C.

Covers from the Shoebox

343/11, 344/16, 345/19, 346/4, 348/16, 349/6, 350/22, 351/23

SCAMP, L.C.

Covers that Travelled via Hong Kong in the 1850s

329/7

SCAMP, L.C.

Date Stamps on Certificates of Posting

333/7

SCAMP, L.C.

Diamond Sorting Marks

321/11

SCAMP, L.C.

Early Use of Chinese Postman's Beat Chop

343/4

SCAMP, L.C.

Forwarding Agents Marks

321/10

SCAMP, L.C.

Fourth P&O Duoro Wreck Cover

342/2

SCAMP, L.C.

HAJI BABA carries China Mail

282/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Hoihow - To and From, Cover and Cards

335/12

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong Cover to South Carolina [see CHIU, Sam]

345/7

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong Express Mail Service from 1974 onward

345/15

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong Field Post Office Updates

332/6

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong Post Office Markings applied on Official Mail

 

337/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong Provisional Postcards

348/4

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong Registration Cancels - Sub-types of Webb Rxi and Rxii

188 App. I

SCAMP, L.C.

Hong Kong WWII Naval-related Covers

346/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Instructional Markings

299/8, 331/14

SCAMP, L.C.

Late Fees at Hong Kong

267/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Letter from Ningpo 1853

325/16

SCAMP, L.C.

Mail into Canton during the Second Opium War 1857/61

318/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Multiple Letter Rates

251 App. V

SCAMP, L.C.

"N-COO_" Arrival Marking

343/2

SCAMP, L.C.

Opium Wars Sequel

242-243 Apps

SCAMP, L.C.

P&O Hong Kong-Calcutta Line, Additional Covers "And then there were eleven"

 

340/15

SCAMP, L.C.

Previously Unrecorded Markings

324/12

SCAMP, L.C.

Problem Air Rate of 1947

341/13

SCAMP, L.C.

Recorded Trans-Pacific Experimental Period Covers

246 Add.

SCAMP, L.C.

The Detection of Faked Covers

261/2, 264/5, 266/9

SCAMP, L.C.

The Earliest Known Cover from Hong Kong

255/7, 257/4

SCAMP, L.C.

The Hong Kong-Austrian Connection

294/5

SCAMP, L.C.

The P&O Hong Kong-Calcutta Line

291/9

SCAMP, L.C.

The Straight-Line "PAID-ALL" Puzzle

317 Supp.

SCAMP, L.C.

Treaty Port Cancels on Covers

303/8, 330/12

SCAMP, L.C.

Two Early Hong Kong Covers

334/13

SCAMP, L.C.

Unrecorded 1/- Ship Letter Rate

246 App. II

SCAMP, L.C.

Unrecorded Modern Hong Kong Items

339/11

SCAMP, L.C.

Unreported F.P.O. Offices (2)

340/20

SCAMP, L.C.

U.S. Military Post Offices in Hong Kong

343/10

SCARLETT, R.J.

Metered Franks

184 App. I

SCAWIN, W.H.N.

'PAID' in Red in a 22.5 mm Circle

262/10

SCHOENFELD, H.

Earliest and Latest Dates of Usage

301/3

SCHOENFELD, H.

Hong Kong Postage Rates (surface mail)

301/4

SCOTT, M.G.

Registration Numbers (Treaty Ports)

291/6

SHAW, P.C.

Faked Chinese Overprint on a Rare 10c/30c Definitive

332/14

SLOOTMAEKERS, J.H.

Air Mail Cover from Hong Kong to French Equatorial Africa with 'L.R.' Marking

 

310/2

SLOOTMAEKERS, J.H.

First Voyage of the P&O Braganza out of HK

 

317/2

SPAULDING, R.M.

The B.P.O.s in Kobe (Hiogo) and Nagasaki

257/2

SPERRING, E.H.E.

Hong Kong Air Mail Transit Markings [see also GLANCY, H.P.]

 

283/2

SPERRING, E.H.E.

Slogan Markings of Hong Kong

280/2

STUBENS, F.R.

1849 Letter from Hong Kong to Athens? via Alexandria

296/12

STUBENS, F.R.

A Much Travelled Letter: Plymouth-Hong Kong-New York 1859-60

 

275/7

STUBENS, F.R.

Chusan-Aberdeen 1845: Before and After the P&O

299/2

STUBENS, F.R.

Hong Kong Rates and Routes during the Victorian Era

266/3, 268/6

STUBENS, F.R.

Hong Kong to England via Calcutta 1856

298/2

STUBENS, F.R.

Hong Kong to Leghorn

285/2

STUBENS, F.R.

Opening of China in the XVIIIth Century

329/4

STUBENS, F.R.

The 1859 Officers' Privilege Rate

288/12

STUBENS, F.R.

The First Recorded Letter from Foochow?

274/7

STUBENS, F.R.

The Franco-Prussian War of 1870 and Its Effect on the Hong Kong Mails

 

277/5, 278/2

STUBENS, F.R.

The Gombert Correspondence: Shanghai to Breslau

301/2

STUBENS, F.R.

The John Markham Correspondence

288/2

STUBENS, F.R.

The 'Large Figures' Markings of Manila

286/4

STUBENS, F.R.

Two Early Hong Kong to Quebec Covers: A New Find

272/5

 

 

 

TAYLOR, R.H.

Instructional Markings - 'No Service'

183 App. I

THORNDIKE, E.

Anglo-French Accountancy Markings

172 App. II, 264/2

THORNDIKE, E.

Establishment of a Postal Agency at Shanghai (notes)

156 App. A

TILLES, H.

Perfins on Hong Kong Adhesives

198-199 Apps

 

 

 

WADE, G.P.

Hong Kong Postal History and the CO.129 Series

258/9, 260/12, 262/12, 264/12, 267/9

WARDEN, E.

Prisoner of War Mail from Hong Kong to Australia

307/14

WEBB, F.W.

Accountancy Markings

81 Sect. D

WEBB, F.W.

Chinese Cancellations on the Stamps of Hong Kong

212-214 Apps

WEBB, F.W.

Hong Kong, 1962: The Stamp Centenary Exhibition

100/13

WEBB, F.W.

Prisoners of War and Internee Mail

111 Sect. B

WEBB, F.W.

Some New Light on Marine Sorters

90 App. I

WEBB, F.W.

The 1891 Jubilees of Hong Kong

13/2

WEBB, F.W.

The Cancellations in Red Ink

145 & 147 Apps

WEBB, F.W.

The Large Hong Kong 'P.P.' Cancellations

109 App. 641

WEBB, F.W.

The Queen Elizabeth II Issues [see also EVANS, A.F.]

100/6

WEBB, T.J.B.

Covers from Japanese-Occupied Hong Kong Postmarked before the Stamps were Issued - A Review

297/11

WEBB, T.J.B.

Hong Kong Study Circle - History of

316/10, 317/14, 318/21, 319/7, 320/21, 321/4, 322/18

WEBB, T.J.B.

Military QEII Air Letter 'Returned to Sender'

304/5

WEBB, T.J.B.

Packet Cancellations of the P&O

342/3

WEBB, T.J.B.

Survey of the Shanghai 'S1' Killer Cancellation

262/7

WEBBER, R.A.

Hong Kong Maltese Cross Webb Type L - Identification of Sub-types [see also LEWIS, B.T.]

 

190-192 Apps

WELLSTED, W.R.

Further Thoughts on the 7/10 and 14/30 Surcharges of 1891

 

100/2

WELLSTED, W.R.

Ship Markings U.S.A. - Trans-Pacific Covers

214 Apps II/III

WHITTINGTON, R.A.

'A Mere Outside Cover' - 1834 Wrapper to Canton

317/4

WHITTINGTON, R.A.

Canton Postal Arrangements after the Arrow Incident

333/2

WHITTINGTON, R.A.

Early Days - The Original HK Post Office Location

331/6

WHITTINGTON, R.A.

Hong Kong and Kowloon Branch Post Offices

329/14

WHITTINGTON, R.A.

Whampoa - Postal Arrangements and Packet Agencies

334/5

WILLIAMS, E.B.

The China Expeditionary Force

8/1

WILSON, J.

Japanese Mailboat Cancellations on HK Stamps

330/2

WILSON, J.

The Italian Shipping Connection: N.G.I. & Hong Kong

342/17

WONG, W.C.K.

A Review of the Hong Kong KGVI Issues

267/10

WOOD, D.R.

Camps/Barracks in Hong Kong

303/12

WOOD, D.R.

Military Postal Services & Markings from 1949

158 App. I

WOOD, Kay

Hong Kong University

256/8

WOOLLAM, J.V.

'Air Transit' Markings

304/6

 

 

 

 

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