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Scott Standard Postage Stamp Catalogue Volume 1: United States and Affiliated Terrotories-United Nations-Countries of the World A-B Paperback – Apr 5 2010


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Excellent value for price Nov. 26 2012
By sciclone - Published on Amazon.com
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The product was received in great condition. Listed as used, it looked as if it had sat on a shelf untouched. Very satisfied with the item.
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By Lloyd Howard - Published on Amazon.com
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This catalogue filled our requirements in regards to our collecting needs and we got exceptional value when compared to a current version.
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Standard Postage catalog Vol 1.. USA Dec 24 2012
By Sharon C. Gissler - Published on Amazon.com
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This will help with identification in a stamp collection.I don NO have any more words to tell you.. please let me pick the limit!!!!!
Loose page in book March 17 2014
By Richard Schmidt - Published on Amazon.com
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The book has a had a lot of use and the loose page didn't help. Otherwise, the information is still good.
This book was belong to a local literary. Jan. 1 2014
By ShiYi Zhou - Published on Amazon.com
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This catalogue was belong to a local library with a library stamp marker everywher!
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