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A PowerPoint presentation, The 1935 Quetta Earthquake, with all available postal information about this event
All information needed to write up an exhibit of Indian telegraph stamps. Includes India and Jammu and Kashmir.
Indian Travelling Post Offices from 1864 to the 1980s presented by the TPO & Seapost Society
There are 1,166 cataloged Tuck postcards of India. This Data Base of Tuck postcards (almost 20,000 cards in all!) makes them all available and searchable by keyword
There was a 24 year period, from 1938 to 1962, in which I Indian Stamps were demonetized and could no longer be used for postage. Madhukar and Savita Jhingan explain this.
This write-up of Indian Charity Label from World War I is fascinating. It iincludes :Our Day", "Madras War Fund and "Central Provinces Relief Fund."
259 different Indian Coats of Arms that can be used for Title Pages or for headers for exhibits from any of these areas.
Bates & Hindmarch have an extradinory stock including Durbars, Viceroys and the East India Company.
Prashant H. Pandya 's excellent 2003 treatise on this little known aspect of the Imperial Post Office.in Baroda
The most complete treatment of the 1905 Royal Visit to India by the Prince of Wales I have ever seen with more information and material than I knew existed.
A Short Introduction To The Philately Of Palestine
and the Occupied Enemy Territories 1914-1923
Perfin catalogs for postage and revenue stamps and stationery of India, Indian Stages, Burma, Pakistan and Nepal.
Dan Walker's exhibit illustrates the development of Barwani postage stamps from the first issue of 1917 to the close of the State Post on 1 July 1948 when Barwani became part of independent India.
Dan Walker's exhibit shows the development of the Indian Princely State of Hyderabad's first postage stamp issue, a one anna olive green rectangular stamp.
Dan Walker's exhibit shows the development of the first issue of Jaipur, a provisional issue lithographed printed by Dunbar Press, Jaipur for use prior to the arrival of Jaipur stamps printed by Perkins Bacon, London, England.
Thomas Johansen's exhibit illustrates the story of the Muscat Post Office (1864 to 1948) through covers and other items showing rates, routes, cancellations and other postal markings
Dan Walker's exhibit shows the development of the postage stamps of Soruth from the first issue in 1864 through the closing of the post office on 30 March 1950.
Bjorn Sohrne's study of the postal communications between Great Britain and India between the 1850s and the late 1920s, a period when Great Britain (and Russia) tried to control Persia through political, economic and military means.
Santpal Sinchawla's Burma Postal History exhibit which has been awarded multiple international Golds and Large Golds
A comprehensive treatment of the more than 40 entities involved in printing Indian stamps from Alizah Printing Press (Gwalior overprints ) to the Times of India Press (Barwani) stamps.
Thomas Waghorn promoted the idea of a route from GB India through Egypt prior to the the Suez Canal. This reduced the journey from 11,000 miles to 6,000 miles and from 3 months, to 35 - 45 days. This is his story.
GB's postal stationery was printed by Da La Rue, the same firm that printed India's postal stationery. Understanding GB's stationery designs can increase understanding of India's designs.
Notes on the postmarks and postal history of Aden in the classic period 1840-1900., prepared by Sismondo Stamps.
Treatise by Ajeet Singhee on exhibiting Indian Postal Stationery
Stamps of India makes Indian Postal Guides for 1869 - 1872 and Indian Postal Manuals for 1855, 1859 and 1873 available for download. Very useful resources for students of the period.
Exponet has over 1,000 exhibits. These are the Indian stamp exhibits on Exponet.
A specialized web site focusing on Postal History of Himalayan Mountaineering Expeditions in the 1920s.
Postal Himal is the Quarterly Bulletin of the Nepal and Tibet Study Circle. This online archive makes copies of their bulletin available to all.
Indian Post Office During WWI Era 1914-1924. Presentation at ROMPEX. Prepared by Robert Grey
A record of the Prince's travels including Information related to the philatelic aspects of the Prince of Wale's visit to India 1921-22.
Carol A. von der Lin's amazing treatment of Kashmir stamps and postal history: more information than you believed possible with full illustrations. Amazing!
The Bombay - Aden - Suez Sea Post Office service (1868-1914) was operated by the Peninsular & Oriental Steam Navigation Company on their steamer service from Suez to Bombay, via Aden. Presented by the TPO & Seapost Society
The 1903 Durbar proclaimed the accession of King Edward VII. It was intended both as a celebration and as a reinforcement of the idea of Empire and of India's place in it. This is the political history of the 1903 Durbar.
An amazingly comprehensive treatment of ships of the Peninsula and Orient Line, a British shipping and logistics company well known for operating Sea Post Offices. See al 4 pages.
Twenty-two historical flats of India and States up to 1947 including 2 each for Hyderabad, Gwalior and Jammu & Kashmir. Above, Flag of the Home Rule Movement 1917-1920. Also included are Gandhi's Chaka Flag (1921)and the Swaraj Flag (1931). Good for exhibit pages.
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THE SUEZ CANAL CO. carried mail between the two canal ports (Port Said and Suez) for free until July 1868 when the company issued stamps. This is the story of the Suez Canal Company Stamps.
The Indian Postal Administration extended beyond the geography of the sub-continent itself and included East Africa and the Straits Settlements of Malaya. Asia, Mesopotamia, Persia and Arabia. This site is an overview of India Used Abroad.
One frame of an exhibit on Gandhi and Civil Disobedience.
Great map and philatelic timeline for stamps and postal history of Oman
Full text of the Court Fees Act of 1870 that lays out the revenue tax system for courts with explanations commentary.
A comprehensive treatment of Meghdoot cards by year, language(s) and subjects by Praful K.Thakkar,
An extensive overview of these prepared-but- never-issued stamps for the planned Provisional Government of Free India (Arzi Hakumat-e-Azad Hind) under Subhas Chandra Bose's government in exile
Princely States prepared stamps/labels to raise money for war efforts in WWII. This blog addresses the War Tax stamps States of Tonk, Datia, Mysore. Banganapalli , Jhalawar,
Chhatarpur and Dewas Junior. It is a huge blog site.
While this article focuses more on leaflets and postcards, there are some Indian cinderella stamps included. Many of the images are unfamiliar to Westerners and are a visual treat.
Even more information about war stamps, hospital fund stamps and poster stamps from two World Wars.
Aditya Asthana 's five-frame gold medal exhibit of the postal markings, routes and rates for mails to and from Cawnpore with emphasis has been laid on the routes of the mail transported.
A wide-ranging illustrated discussion on a stamp board of India's flag on worldwide stamps and postal stationery. From 2010 so not updated past that date.
War contribution stamps from Tonk, Datia, Mysore and other Princely States.
A stamp exhibit of Indore from Indipex 2011 with commentary and discussion including Indore's special postal arrangement with Gwalior.
De La Rue printed stamps for Great Britain and India. We can learn about the production of Indian stamps by looking at those of GB.
A detailed directory of 39 cavalry regiments, 135 infantry battalions (including 17 Gurkha), 3sapper regiments, 12 mountain artillery batteries and much more.
Detailed exposition of all Regiments including the European regiments under the Presidencies.