Author index

Articles by: Torres, F. and Drysdall, A.R.
  1. Otto’s forgery of the 3d duty printed from Luff’s Plate P : Volume 34, Issue 2, pg. 37-68, 1999
  2. Otto’s trials for the 3d duty : Volume 35, Issue 4, pg. 115-146, 2000
  3. Otto’s 6d ‘improved’ eagle : Volume 36, Issue 1, pg. 1-30, 2001
  4. Otto’s forgery of the 3d duty printed from Luff’s Plate Q : Volume 36, Issue 2, pg. 31-58, 2001
  5. Bisected 1s stamps, ‘T’ handstamps and Emil Tamsen : Volume 36, Issue 2, pg. 31-58, 2001
  6. Early use of the 24 mm. ‘M.W. STROOM’ and ‘HEIDELBERG’ First Republic datestamps : Volume 36, Issue 2, pg. 31-58, 2001
  7. First Republic Potchefstroom and Pretoria datestamps – the two types : Volume 36, Issue 3, pg. 59-92, 2001
  8. Postal use of Otto’s forgeries? : Volume 36, Issue 3, pg. 59-92, 2001
  9. The Dodd Collection of revenue stamps : Volume 36, Issue 4, pg. 92-136, 2001
  10. Transvaal-OFS combination covers : Volume 36, Issue 4, pg. 92-136, 2001
  11. The annexation of the ZAR in 1877 – some documents from the Lys archive : Volume 37, Issue 3, pg. 71-94, 2002
  12. The ZAR’s proposal in 1894 for a common colour scheme for the stamp issues of the territories of southern Africa : Volume 37, Issue 4, pg. 95-122, 2002
  13. BONC ‘628’ used at Steynsdorp : Volume 38, Issue 2, pg. 23-46, 2003
  14. Some observations concerning the stamps printed by Celliers in 1883-85, particularly the perforation varieties : Volume 13, Issue 2, pg. 26-50, 1978
  15. Some further thoughts concerning the 1883-85 Celliers printings : Volume 43, Issue 1, pg. 1-26, 2008
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