The List of the Famous Philatelists Part 2

Continuing Part 1

Johan Delbeke
location:
Brooklyn, New York, USA
contact:
Tatdel@aol.com
specialisations: Mozambique, Nyassa, Quelimane, Inhambane, Kionga, Tete, Zambezia,
Portuguese East Africa, cancels, handstamps, registration labels, censor marks, rates, routes.
other interests:
I collect and study any marks officially apposed on mail originating in Portuguese East Africa. This includes cancels, registration labels and handstamps, censor marks, routing instructions etc…
I would like to correspond with anyone with similar interests, and am especially looking for other authors to publish a book on Mozambican postal History (sometime in the future)

 

David Druett

location:
Knaresborough, England
contact:
pennymead@aol.com
FAX: +44 1423 547057
specialisations: trinidad, scottish additional half penny marks
other interests:
Trinidad collection covering all aspects of philately to Independence.   
Prepared to give society displays.
Scottish Add ½ collection well advanced but still to be written up.

 

John Edwards

location:
Pontefract, West Yorkshire, England
contact:
johnedwards@carletongreen.freeserve.co.uk
specialisations: United States 19th Century stamps and postal history, especially Western Expresses of the period 1850 to 1890.
other interests:
I edit the journal of the American Stamp Club of Great Britain, and am always ready to receive interesting items/articles for publication on the stamps and postal history of the United States, possessions and CSA (any period).
I am Currently researching the forgeries of the Wells Fargo & Co Pony Express stamps, and writing a monograph for the ASC of GB on the types and varieties of paper used in the production of United States stamps, combined with a brief history of paper manufacturing.

Lars Engelbrecht

location:
Birkeroed, Denmark
contact:
lars.engelbrecht@mail.com
specialisations: Postal stationery of Denmark 1871-1879
other interests:
Please visit my website: www.helsager.subnet.dk
Detailed information on types and errors, links to other postal stationery websites,
lots of pictures of postal stationery of Denmark.