Mexico-Elmhurst Philatelic Society International

Articles for research on different philatelic topics.

The topics named "Overlooked" are from a series of emails sent from Bubba Bland to members of the Society along with clients of his eBay stamp business.

Illustrations within these emails are not to scale and only serve to provide visual information to the reader.

Selecting the topic will automatically download it to your computer.

Overlooked
Stamp Topics
1 - An Introduction to collecting Mexico's 19th Century Issues Stamp Conditions
2 - An Introduction to Collecting Mexico's 20th Century Issues Mounting Your Collection
3 - The 1872 Hidalgo Head Issue Relative Values of Stamps
4 - The Provisional Issues of 1868 About Cancellations
5 - The Thin and Thick Figures of the 1868 issue Identifying Your Collection
6 - The TIPOS What Is My Stamp Worth?
7 - The ANOTADOS What Direction is the Hobby Headed?
8 - The Imperial Eagles
9 - The Banknote Issue
10 - The Foreign Mail Issue
11 - How to Approach Collecting
12 - The 1861 Issue
13 - The Beginning of District Overprints
14 - The Large Numerals 1886 - 1895
15 - The Large Numerals Part 2
16 - Mail Transportation Issue
17 - Things I Have Learned to Look for in the Classic Issues
18 - Modern Issues 1810
19 - Revolutionary Issue Overprints
20 - More Revolutionary Overprints
21 - The Sonora Printed Issues
22 - The Constitutionalista Overprints
23 - Oaxaca Coat of Arms Provisional Issue
24 - Famous Men Issue of 1915 & Engraved Issues 1915-16
25 - Collecting the Revolutionary Issues
26 - The Collectible Cancels
27 -Early Modern 1917-1950
28 -Regular Issues from 1934-50
29 - Architecture and Archeology Pt 1
29a - Architecture and Archeology Pt 2
30 - The 1969 Olympic Issues
31 - Modern Issues Art of Collecting Mexico

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