3 edition of impressed duty stamps of Great Britain found in the catalog.
impressed duty stamps of Great Britain
Samuel B. Frank
by S.B. Frank, Available from W.A. Barber in San Diego, Calif. (3634 Seventh Ave. 2D, San Diego, 92103), Stamford, Conn. (42 Simsbury Rd., Stamford, 06905)
Written in English
Revision of v. 1-2 of: The stamp duty of Great Britain and Ireland / Samuel B. Frank. 1970-1971.
|Statement||by Samuel B. Frank, Josef Schonfeld, William A. Barber.|
|Contributions||Schonfeld, Josef., Barber, William A. 1924-|
|LC Classifications||HJ5404.Z7 F69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||81131530|
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The Impressed Duty Stamps of Ireland by W. A. Barber and A. Frank Brown Covers the dies from through and the decimalization in , 2nd edition, the first appeared in , + 30 pages, $ Richard M. Morris, Pittsboro Guides, Useful color guides with tipped in . Great Britain Stamps. The long history of British stamps is a fascinating one. From the first iconic Penny Black stamp launched back in , Great Britain stamps have evolved to include ever more creative designs. With each new reigning monarch, a new era of stamps was born.
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An impressed duty stamp is a form of revenue stamp created by impressing a stamp onto a document using a metal die to show that the required duty (tax) had been paid. The stamps have been used to collect a wide variety of taxes and duties, including stamp duty and duties on alcohol, financial transactions, receipts, cheques and court fees.
Usage has been worldwide but particularly heavy in. The Impressed Duty Stamps of Great Britain [Samuel B. Frank, MD] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Impressed Duty Stamps of Great BritainAuthor: MD Samuel B.
Frank. The Impressed Duty Stamps of Great Britain Paperback – Import, by Samuel B. Frank (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Author: Samuel B. Frank. The only impressed duty stamps of Great Britain book listing of Mauritius items under this heading is contained in a book which I have previously mentioned and produced by William A.
Barber assisted by Norman Seidleman entitled "The Impressed Duty Stamps of the British Colonial Empire". The latest edition of this book. Get this from a library. The stamp duty of Great Britain and Ireland; a catalogue of the embossing dies and of the impressed stamps used for fiscal purposes from onward.
[Samuel B. The Impressed Duty Stamps of Great Britain: A Priced Catalogue of Embossed Non-adhesive Fiscal Stamps ( to the Present),Samuel B. Frank, Josef. Buy The Impressed Duty Stamps of Great Britain: a Priced Catalogue of Embossed Non-Adhesive Fiscal Stamps ( to the Present) by Samuel B Frank, Josef Schonfeld, William A Barber (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Samuel B Frank, Josef Schonfeld, William A Barber. The first revenue stamps specifically for use in Ireland were impressed duty stamps introduced in to pay for stamp duty.
Like British issues, the stamps could be embossed directly onto a document or on pieces of coloured paper with a cypher label at the back.
Initially, colourless embossing was used although later on coloured ink was also. The Impressed Duty Stamps of Great Britain by Frank, Schonfeld & Barbe,1st editon, pages, $,3rd edition, pages $ The Impressed Duty Stamps of Ireland by W.
Barber and A. Frank Brown,2nd edition, the first appeared in+ 30 pages, $ The stamp duty of Great Britain and Ireland; a catalogue of the embossing dies and of the impressed stamps used for fiscal purposes from onward, by Samuel B. Frank and Josef Schonfeld. With the indispensable contributions of William A.
Barber and Marcus Samuel Mamaroneck, N.Y Australian/Harvard Citation. Frank, Samuel B. & Schonfeld. Buy A List of the Impressed Duty Stamps of Great Britain and Ireland by A.
Kay (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : A. Kay. In Great Britain, according to the Royal Mail archives, stamp duty on cheques ceased on 1 Februaryand it seems likely that Mauritius may have followed suit about the same time.
between the time of using postage and revenue stamps for the duty levied and the time that duty ceased, most Commonwealth countries developed a system of oval. Perforated stamps first appeared in Most British stamps featured Queen Victoria throughout the Victorian era, and subsequent monarchs are common postage stamp motifs.
What Are Some Examples of Valuable Stamps from Great Britain. The original Penny Black stamp is. Impressed duty stamps are revenue stamps that were embossed directly on documents, and they predate adhesive stamps by a couple of centuries. They were widely used in Britain starting from around the 17thth centuries, and I believe they are still in use today.
In Britain the first tax in a form we would recognise today was Stamp Duty. It was a tax on legal documents and no such document was enforceable at law unless Stamp Duty had first been paid. The duty was payable during the period May to 30th April but no stamp was used. The Stamps of Tasmania: A History of the Postage Stamps, Envelopes, Post Cards, Adhesive and Impressed Revenue, and Excise Stamps of Tasmania (Hardback or Cased Book) Royal Philatelic Society (Great Britain).
The fifteen lower denomination definitive British stamps shown above were issued between and The attractive central designs of these stamps feature a crown above the left facing portrait of the king.
The portrait of the king is printed in a lighter shade than that of the background color, giving the portraits on these British stamps a "cameo-like" appearance.
Michael H Bale, The Stamps of Palestine Mandate: Specialized Catalogue, Revised and enlarged fifth edition (privately published, ) W Barber, The Impressed Duty Stamps of the British Colonial Empire (update to 1st Edition, privately published, Chesapeake, Virginia, ).
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Christmas imprint smilers sheets SG LS2a + LS3a Save £ GB Queen Victoria Collection Cat £10, Save £ £1, face value of mixed UK stamps for postage. The Board of Inland Revenue Stamping Department Archive in the British Library contains artefacts from onwards, and has come into existence through amendments in United Kingdom legislation.
This collection is a key resource for researchers interested in Great Britain and some Commonwealth countries postal and revenue philately and particularly impressed duty stamps.The three commemorative stamps shown above (Sc.
#) were issued on Aug for the th Anniversary of the Post Office Savings Bank. Great Britain, inbecame the first nation to offer a postal savings system. Both Sir Rowland Hill and Prime Minister William Gladstone enthusiastically supported the idea, as a means to pay down the public debt and as a venue to allow less.88, results for great britain stamps Save great britain stamps to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed.
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