2 edition of Philatelic handbook of the Gilbert & Ellice Islands found in the catalog.
Philatelic handbook of the Gilbert & Ellice Islands
D. H. Vernon
|LC Classifications||HE6185.G482 V47 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||84170079|
Gilbert and Ellice Islands, former British colony, west-central Pacific Ocean. The colony consisted of the Gilbert Islands, Tuvalu (formerly Ellice Islands), the northern Line Islands, and the Phoenix Islands. First visited by Europeans by the early 19th century, the group was proclaimed a British protectorate in and made a crown colony in. Falkland Islands National Stamp Collection Completed () By Louise Reynolds | T+ | Atlantic Islands, British Commonwealth, British Empire, Falkland Islands, Press Releases, Stanley Gibbons |.
The Gilbert and Ellice Islands were a British protectorate from and colony from until January 1, , when the islands were divided into two colonies which became the independent nations of Kiribati and Tuvalu shortly after. The Gilbert Islands (formerly Kingsmill Islands) are a chain of sixteen atolls and coral islands arranged in an. The Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony continued to be administered by a Resident Commissioner. In the Resident Commissioner, Arthur Grimble, issued revised laws, Regulations for the good Order and Cleanliness of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands, which replaced laws created during the BWTP The Phoenix Islands were added to the colony in
Firstly, the Philatelic Handbook of the Gilbert & Ellice Islands by D.H. Vernon. Issued in the 's this is an official reprint by the Pacific Islands Study Circle and can be ordered from their excellent on: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. The Gilbert and Ellice Islands were a British protectorate from and colony from They are formed from two groups of islands in the Pacific 1 January the islands were split into two different colonies that became independent states. The Gilbert Islands have been the biggest part of the nation of Kiribati since , and the Ellice Islands became Tuvalu in
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The Postal History of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands and New Hebrides. Heathfield: Proud Publications, ISBN p. Vernon, D. Philatelic Handbook of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands. Worthing: Pacific Islands Study Circle of Great Britain, & supplement (reprinted ; p.) External links.
BRC's Gilbert and Ellice. The pages were created using information presented by the information listed in "Philatelic Handbook of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands" by D.
Vernon. This book was published in and updated in by the Pacific Islands Study Circle. This excellent reference to all of the issues from the islands to include a list of the printings.
Gilbert & Ellice Islands, Philatelic Handbook of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands by D. Vernon,pages, cloth, only one copy available, $ Gilbert &: Ellice Islands, Cancellation Study of Gilbert and Ellis Islands by D.
Vernon,22 pages, card, only one copy available, $ life in the Gilbert islsnds in the early 's a unique account of life in the remote Gilbert & Ellice islands as a colonial officer. Grimble had an anthropological interest about the islanders & must have been the epitome of an enlightened colonial administer, writing of his experiences with humour and humility/5.
The Ellice Islands and the other groups remained under British control, along with American occupying forces. The Americans recaptured all the Gilbert Islands by the end of In Januarythe Central and Southern Line Islands of Caroline, Flint, Malden, Starbuck and Vostok were included in the Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony.
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Gilbert & Ellice Islands Stamps. A British colony in the South Pacific. The first stamps, issued inwere stamps of Fiji overprinted Gilbert & Ellis Protectorate. In January the islands became two separate Crown Colonies. The Ellice Islands were renamed Tuvalu and attained independence in gilbert and ellice islands edward vii pandanus george v 1/2p 1 p2 2 1/2 p chalky paper 5p 6p 1sh 1/2p 1p 2p 2 1/2 p die ii £1 1 sh2sh 2 6p 5sh chalky paper 3p 4 p5 6 die i 1/2p 2 p2 1/2 1 p carmine 1 scarletFile Size: 33KB.
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Gilbert and Ellice Islands. Postage Stamps of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands. - Number of items for sale in this section: Gilbert and Dependencies, otherwise known as Gilbert and Ellice Islands became a British protectorate beginning in and then a British colony from to Stamps from Gilbert and Dependencies were issued from untilduring which time a regular postal service was.
The Philatelic Handbook of the Gilbert and Ellice Islands (p) states that the remaining stocks of the and £ 1 values, having a face value of £24, were destroyed on the introduction of the new King George VI issue in The precise division of quantities between.
Firstly, the Philatelic Handbook of the Gilbert & Ellice Islands by D.H. Vernon. Issued in the 's this is an official reprint by the Pacific Islands Study Circle and can be ordered from their excellent website. Buy Postage Stamps Gilbert and Ellice Islands Stamps. One Single 1/2p Dark Green & Slate Blue Great Frigate Bird Stamp DatedScott # Stamp Collecting - FREE DELIVERY possible on eligible purchases.
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Philatelic Stamps & Postal History of the "Gilbert & Ellice Islands" Gilbert & Ellice Islands: Stock # Scotts # Stanley Gibbons # Type: MNH Mint Used: Quality: Price in U.S. Dollars: Special Comments: GE SET * XF-Superb: $ Hinging barely visible - Superb Set. The United Kingdom based Pacific Island Study Circle is a philatelic society devoted to all islands of the Pacific, including Tuvalu, Kiribati and the old Gilbert and Ellice Islands Colony.
It's award winning journal Pacifica is published quarterly, along with mail auctions. Outstanding philatelic handbooks have been produced over the years. 25 MY 70 clear PHILATELIC BUREAU / GILBERT ISLANDS ties 4-c separation of the islands stamp franking #6 cover airmailed 2 nd class to Ann Arbor Michigan, twice forwarded with yellow stickers on arrival, two supplementary (& contradictory) POST OFFICE // OFFICIAL / POSTAGE / FREE // TARAWA hand auxiliary marks on front, cachet from the crabs issue of Gilbert & Ellice.
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GILBERT AND ELLICE IS - Vernon handbook Ammendments. Gilbert and Ellice Islands Handbook-Corrigenda, Ammendments and Addenda - Issue No.1 compiled by for his handbook. Pub January pages plus illustrations. £Gilbert and Ellice Islands stamps. The first Gilbert and Ellice Islands stamps were British Edward VII stamps overprinted GILBERT & ELLICE / PROTECTORATE and issued in Gilbert and Ellice Islands issued about stamps per year thereafter, usually as sets of four, until the end of including the Kuitman Collection of Gilbert & Ellice Islands Publisher: Cavendish, London, Auction catalogue, large format (A4) paperback, illustrated, 48 pages, with the prices realised, corners of front cover very slightly rubbed else in Very Good condition.