A is for Aden and Z is for Zanzabar

A is for Aden and Z is for Zanzibar... Now what is between? For the world wide classical era philatelist and stamp collector, a country specific philatelic survey is offered by the blog author, Jim Jackson, with two albums: Big Blue, aka Scott International Part 1 (checklists available), and Deep Blue, aka William Steiner's Stamp Album Web PDF pages. In addition, "Bud" offers commentary and a look at his completely filled Big Blue. Interested? So into the Blues...

Wednesday, August 12, 2020

Bud's League of Nations Album: Table of Contents

League of Nations (SdN)
Table of Contents
a.     Dedication

b.    Preface

c.     Table of Contents

10. World Disarmament Conference, Geneva, 1932-34, Lausanne Reparations Conference, 1932
11. 1930s SdN conference cancels and covers
12. Landscape issues, typographed: specimens and covers (1934-35)
13. Landscape issues, engraved, 1937
14. New SdN building, commemoratives: Linear and circular overprints (1938), covers related to the site donor
15. Switzerland History issues, symbolic subjects, high denominations, stamps and covers (1939)
16. Re-engraved landscape stamps (1942-43)
17. Overprints reading “Courrier de la Society des Nations” (1944)
18. Last years of The SdN
19. Oddities and freaks: legitimate variations, overprinting slippage, die re-entries, printing errors, and fakes
20. Stamps issued by countries other than Switzerland regarding the SdN and its meetings
21. Stamps issued by nations under SdN sponsored plebiscites (Allenstein, Saar, Upper Silesia, etc.)
22. The abandoned Wilson Peace Palace of the Nations, a photographic essay
23. SdN Cinderellas
24. International Bureau of Labor (Bureau Internationale du Travail, BIT-ILO),  first issues covers
25. Shield motifs, covers
26. Disarmament conference stamps and covers
27. Landscape series topography, covers
28. Landscape series engraved, covers
29. BIT and SdN buildings, commemoratives, covers
30. Linear and circular overprints reading “Service du Bureau International du Travail” and covers.
31. International Court of Justice

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