Save BIG when you bundle the 2019 Scott Catalogs volume 1-6 together! Contains Stamp Information on the following Countries.United States - Afghanistan - Aitutaki - Albania - Algeria - Andorra (French / Spanish) - Angola - Anguilla - Antigua - Argentina - Armenia - Aruba - Ascension - Australia - Australian Antarctic Territory - Austria - Azerbaijan - Bahamas - Bahrain - Bangladesh - Barbados - Barbuda - Belarus - Belgium - Belize - Benin - Bermuda - Bhutan - Bolivia - Bosnia & Herzegovina - Botswana - Brazil - British Antactic Territory - British Indian Ocean Territory - Brunei - Bulgaria - Burkina Gaso - Burma - Burundi and the following entities: United Nations - New York, United Nations - Geneva, United Nations - Vienna. Select editorial enhancements for Vol. 2492k is a booklet pane of 20 of the 1995 Pink Rose booklet stamp, with the horizontal die cutting omitted. A pair with die cutting omitted has been added for the 1999 33¢ Flag and Chalkboard booklet stamp, now Scott 3283b. New Scott 5158a is a die-cutting-omitted pair of the 2017 Banknote Corporation of Americas version of the Flag forever coil stamp. The editors continue to work through the complexities of these computer-generated stamps. In Confederate States of America, new listings appear for the postmaster's provisionals of Patterson, N. Scott 149XU1 and 149XU2 are the rare 5¢ and 10¢ black provisionals with control mark, the former known only unused and the latter only used. Collectors of Aden, a British colony and protectorate in southern Arabia, will be pleased to see the addition of values for several sets in hinged condition, where stamps in such sets are valued in mint never-hinged condition. These new hinged set totals will assist collectors who are seeking stamps on a more limited budget.
The footnote accompanying Scott 1-9 has been clarified to indicate that a 5c-on-2c stamp with the surcharge in blue was prepared but not issued. Bahrain's Flag, Map, and Sheik Isa definitive set (Scott 225-240) has been expanded, with new minor-number listings for perforation varieties. Some of these stamps are readily identifiable by the bold printers imprint in the bottom margin. A new design type has been added to the 1991 set of eight and souvenir sheet honoring the 30th anniversary of the coronation of Sheik Isa (Scott 373-380, and 381). The relevant Scott numbers have been changed from MR1-MR2 to RA1-RA2.Among the Bhutan listings, numerous editorial notes and footnotes have been added or updated. Two new 2005 surcharges on 1979 Antiques stamps appear for the first time as Scott 1409A-1409B. Four Botswana Gems and Minerals stamps showing the type I surcharge (thick numerals and t) at bottom right have been added as Scott 157b, 160b, 166b, and 167b. This quartet issued in 1977 joins the two sets showing the type I and type II (thin numerals and t) surcharges at top right. Bulgarias imperforate variety of the 1982 50-stotinki Childrens Drawing souvenir sheet is now listed as Scott 2870a. Cambodia - Cameroon - Canada - Cape Verde - Caribbean Netherlands - Cayman Islands - Central African Republic - Chad - Chile - China - Christmas Island - Cocos Island - Colombia - Comoro Islands - Congo Republic - Cook Islands - Costa Rica - Croatia - Curacao - Cyprus - Czech Republic - Denmark - Djibouti - Dominica - Dominican Republic - Ecuador - Egypt - Equatorial Guinea - Eritrea - Estonia - Ethiopia - Falkland Islands - Faroe Islands - Fiji - Finland - France - French Polynesia - French Southern & Antarctic Territory - Fujeira. New errors and new listings have been added for complete booklets for Canada. There are two new error listings in Newfoundland and nine in Canada.
A set of three 1905 1-centavo Christopher Columbus stamps overprinted Marina Oficial for Official use in 1906 enter the catalog for the first time as Scott O1A, O1B and O1C. The 1992 Latin America History sheet of 20, which includes the four strips of five already listed, is Scott 3466a. Various notes and footnotes have been clarified or expanded throughout the catalog to further explain complicated listings, and other notes have been screened carefully to ensure accuracy. New photographs have been added to help collectors identify the two types of the 1915 2-centavo olive green and black stamps.Type I stamps (Scott 202) feature DOS in small letters. Type II stamps (203) show DOS in larger letters, with a white dot at left and right of the denomination inscription.
Six new major numbers and 13 new minor numbers were added to the listings of the surcharged Bird definitive stamps of 2007-17. Changes implemented in 2015 by Post Fiji have greatly improved the consistency of the surcharges, resulting in fewer varieties and errors during production. Time will tell if this will result in fewer new listings in future editions of the catalog.
This year celebrates another milestone in the 150-year history of the Scott catalogs. 3A includes listings for countries of the world beginning with the letter G. Listings for countries of the world H through I can be found in Vol. An exhaustive review of these sections resulted in more than 9,300 value changes. One bright spot is an increase in values for used commemorative stamps issued from early 2001 through 2016, an acknowledgment that demand is on the rise and dealer stocks are not plentiful.
Values for booklet panes and complete booklets have been thoroughly reviewed and updated to reflect current market conditions. For selected modern booklets (prestige booklets, in particular), values now reflect the market values for the key pane or stamp found only in the booklet. An expanded editorial note at the beginning of the booklets section provides more detail. Gabon - Gambia - Georgia - Germany - Ghana - Gibraltar - Great Britain - Alderney - Guernsey - Jersey - Isle of Man - Greece - Mount Athos - Greenland - Grenada - Grenada Grenadines - Guatemala - Guinea - Guinea-Bissau - Guyana - Haiti - Honduras - Hong Kong - Hungary - Iceland - India - Indonesia - Iran - Iraq - Ireland - Israel - Italy - Ivory Coast.
Never-hinged set totals were installed for the 1916 and 1925 Belgian occupation issues (Scott N17-N24 and N25-N29, respectively), and the 1918 Belgian occupation semipostal set of 1918 (NB1-NB9). A horizontal pair, imperforate between has been added as Scott 54b for the 1923 red surcharged 350,000-ruble-on-3-kopeck stamp. Scott 521b is newly assigned to the orange-omitted error of the 1967 1-shilling-9-penny British Discoveries. In this printing miscue, the head of Queen Elizabeth II is missing.
Thirty-five minor numbers were added to the listings for Greece, including pairs with one stamp without surcharge and surcharge varieties. Imperforate pairs have been added to the 1947-48 Return of the Dodecanese to Greece set (Scott 506-515). Illustrations have been added for the three types found on the 1867-68 (Scott 1-4), 1869-71 (5-6), 1873 (7-12), 1874 (13), and 1875 (14-19) Queen Victoria stamps.
On type I, the curl below the chignon is rounded; on type II the curl resembles an upside-down question mark; and on type III the curl is hooked. A scarce error of the 1888 5-kreuzer Crown of St. Stephen, with the 5 doubled and inverted, has been added as Scott 25a. A small number of color varieties were added to classic-period listings. New Scott 15c is a yellow variety of the 1855 2-anna buff Diadem with Maltese Crosses.An orange variety of the 1865 2a brownish orange Diadem with Maltese Crosses enters the 2019 catalog as Scott 23c. New enlarged images have been added for Italy Scott 93, 111, and 123 to make it easier for collectors to determine the correct Scott number for the original 1906 15-centesimo slate Victor Emmanuel III stamp (93) and the redrawn (111) and re-engraved (123) versions of this denomination.
Several new images were added to the listings of Trieste Zone A in Vol. 3B of the 2018 Scott Standard catalog. These stamps bear the overprint A.And were issued jointly by the Allied Military Government of the United States and Great Britain following World War II, from 1947 through 1954. More than 30 new images have been added to Vol. 3B of the 2019 Scott Standard catalog. Jamaica - Japan - Jordan - Kazakhstan - Kenya - Kiribati - North Korea - South Korea - Kosovo - Kuwait - Kyrgyzstan - Laos - Latvia - Lebanon - Lesotho - Liberia - Libya - Liechtenstein - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Macao - Macedonia - Malagasy Republic - Malawi - Malaysia - Maldive Islands - Mali - Malta - Marshall Islands - Mauritania - Mauritius - Mexico - Micronesia - Moldova - Monaco - Mongolia - Montenegro - Montserrat - Morocco - Mozambique.
Select Editorial Enhancements for Volume 4A. Scott 85a is newly assigned to the 3-shilling Monument to Sir Charles Metcalfe with the "C" of "CA" missing in error from the Multiple Crown and CA watermark. New listings for booklet panes have been added to the classic issues. Values have been added to footnotes for numerous New Year sheets.
Among the new images in this volume are images showing the differences between the bars on the normal 1½-millimeter spacing and the narrow ½mm spacing for Jordans 1953 overprinted stamps (Scott 297-305). The bars were overprinted on Jordans 1952 Relief Map stamps (270-278) issued to honor the unity of Jordan April 24, 1950.Two souvenir sheets for the Winter Universiade 1997 were added as Scott 1895a-1896a. More than 30 issues known to exist imperforate are described and valued for the first time in footnotes.
A se-tenant pair of the 1952 Grand Duke William III stamps enters the 2019 catalog as Scott 279a. Select Editorial Enhancements for Volume 4B. A new perforation variety (gauge 14 by 13) was added as a minor number, Scott 2418a. This 6.50-peso stamp is part of the 2004-06 Conservation definitive series. 2418 is perforated gauge 13 by 13 1/2.
Editorial notes have been installed at the beginning of the listings for Italian and German occupation issues to alert catalog users that values for used stamps are for postally used examples. Be aware that canceled-to-order stamps will sell for substantially less. Two new major numbers were added to the listings for this southeast African nation. A large 30-metical imperforate stamp measuring 89 millimeters by 85mm enters the catalog as Scott 695A.This stamp features a frog (Ptychadena porosissima). The number 965B has been assigned to a souvenir sheet issued Oct. 25, 1985, for the Italia 85 philatelic exhibition in Rome. This souvenir sheet has simulated perforations. Namibia - Nauru - Nepal - Netherlands - Nevis - New Caledonia - New Zealand - Nicaragua - Niger - Nigeria - Niue - Norfolk Island - Norway - Oman - Pakistan - Palau - Palestinian Authority - Panama - Papua New Guinea - Paraguay - Penrhyn Island - Peru - Philippines - Pitcairn Islands - Poland - Portugal - Portugal (Azores) - Portugal (Maderia) - Aatar - Romania - Russia - Rwanda - St. Pierre & Miquelon - St. Thomas & Prince - St. Vincent Grenadines - El Salvador - Samoa. Select Editorial Enhancements for Volume 5A.
The 1898 1/2-anna black with blurry impressions was added as major number 12B. Several footnotes within the Netherlands listings were expanded and updated. Particularly noteworthy are newly added footnotes for coil stmaps that were made from sheet stamps.For many years, the Scott editors have reserved numbers for a set of six stamps overprinted in red or silver for the Year of Liberation and the 1980 Olympic Games. The stamps with the red overprint are now listed as Scott 1102 and 1102A-1102E.
The stamps with silver overprints are assigned minor numbers 1102f-1102k. 1102f-1102k were not issued without the overprints. Many editorial changes have been installed, including minor number listings for a watermark variety that has been added to the catalog.
Select Editorial Enhancements for Volume 5B. Single stamps for the 2009 Wladyslaw Hasior issue are Scott 3930A-3930D; these additions required renumbering the Hasior souvenir sheet from 3931 to 3930De. Scott 4146a is assigned to the 2014 Fish souvenir sheet of eight Nos. New overprint varieties have been added to the listings for the surcharged 1911 Vasco da Gama stamps (Scott 185-192 and 199-206).
Minor numbers have been assigned for year dates among the Buildings definitive stamps of 1972-73 and 1974. Ontains Stamp Information on the following Countries. San Marino - Saudi Arabia - Senegal - Serbia - Seychelles - Sierra Leone - Singapore - Slovakia - Slovenia - Solomon Islands - Somalia - South Africa - South Georgia & South Sandwich Isles - Spain - Sri Lanka - Sudan - Surinam - Swaziland - Sweden - Switzerland - Syria - Tajikistan - Tanzania - Thailand - Timor - Togo - Tokelau - Tonga - Niuafoiou - Trinidad & Tobago - Tristan da Cunha - Tunisia - Turkey - Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus - Turkmenistan - Turks & Caicos Islands - Tuvalu - Uganda - Ukraine - United Arab Emirates - Uruguay - Uzbekistan - Vanautu - Vatican City - Venezuela - Vietnam - Virgin Islands - Wallis & Futuna Islands - Yemen - Zambia - Zaire (Congo Democratic Republic) - Zimbabwe. Select Editorial Enhancements for Volume 6A. A handful of new imperforate varieties among the early republic issues are listed for the first time as Scott 39a, 43c, 44a, 46a, 48a, and 83a.New images have been added for surcharged or overprinted issues of this African nation. New tete-beche pair listings were added to the 1936-42 definitive set (Scott 227-236). Select Editorial Enhancements for Volume 6B. Imperforate stamps and booklet panes were added to the listings of this former French colony in Northwest Africa. Democratic Republic of Viet Nam. Values for imperforate stamps have been added from 1982 onward. Values for footnoted items were updated. The item "2019 Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue Volume 1-6 Set" is in sale since Tuesday, September 18, 2018. This item is in the category "Stamps\Publications & Supplies\Publications". The seller is "amospress" and is located in Sidney, Ohio. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.