Book Completion

January 2009
Canadian Philatelist;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 60 Issue 1, p13
The article discusses the author's announcement in seeking assistance in completing his fully illustrated book on the War Tax overprinted stamps of the British West Indies during the First World War. The author wishes to obtain relevant materials such as essays, die proofs, or imperf proofs that could be added in his book. He also shares his plan to embark on a second volume that would feature countries aside from the British West Indies.


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