The complete work on the Presidential Series of 1938, Profusely illustrated, covering stamp design, production, rates and usages for each stamp. 343 pages (1994), Paperbound.
A thorough study of the 1941-44 Transport Airmail stamp issue, discussing historical context, stamp design and development, production data, examples of usages, rates and routes during The Transport Era. 231 pages (1999), Paperbound.
Describes the 185 different complete booklets in which these issues were sold to the public and the forerunner items that preceded them. Provides in-depth information about each of the 22 issues, including design, specifications, postal history examples, plate number data, siderographer and plate finisher data, pane and plate varieties, minor and rare varieties, and many illustrations. 290 pages (2004), Paperbound.
Tells the fascinating and complex story of the proprietary coils developed by manufacturers of stamp vending and affixing machines in the early 20th Century. Covers more than 250 major varieties of coil stamps made by the six companies that created these perforations, discusses their history and proprietary perforations, stamps to which the perforations were applied, scarcity of these stamps on and off cover, and factors to be considered to identify the many fakes of these coils. Illustrated in full color; 220 pages (2009), Hardbound.
The standard plate number reference for all United States and overprinted Possessions postage, revenue and back of the book stamps listed in theScott Specialized catalog. Includes full-color illustrations of marginal markings and data on coil, sheet and booklets, 442 pages, 8.5 x 11. Available in Spiral or Perfect bound. **SPECIFY BINDING TYPE WHEN ORDERING in “Note to Seller.”