Periodicals and Books

It is largely stolen (and largely unverified) intelligence that we pass on here. The listing that follows is unfortunately most deficient for the more recent period. Our thanks to Tony Bard, Ian Faucitt, and Wolfgang Hellrigl for alerting us to some of the more grievous gaps.

Subject    Author    Journal    Year    Books

Some Auction Catalogues:
1939 Harmer, Rooke and Co., London, 16 Feb (C.H. Mortimer Sale)
1962 Robson Lowe, London, 3 Oct, (E.A. Smythies and F. Gwatkin Sale)
1967 Robson Lowe, London, 10 Jan, 56pp 180 Lots 99 photos (L.E. Dawson Sale)
1973 Harmer Inc., New York, 28 Jun (D.S. Haverbeck Sale)
1977 Robson Lowe, London, 25 Jan, 100pp (H. Frenkle Sale)
1977 Robson Lowe, London, 8 Dec, 52pp (J. Spence and J. Wilson Sale)
1978 Robson Lowe, London, 8 Nov, 38pp (mixed)
1979 Robson Lowe, London, 11 Sep, 44pp (mixed)
1979 Stanley Gibbons, London, 12 Dec (mixed)
1981 Robson Lowe, London, 13 Jan, 56pp (mixed)
1981 Stanley Gibbons, London, 8-9 Oct (mixed)
1982 Robson Lowe, London, 19 Jan, 36pp (mixed)
1982 Edgar Mohrmann and Co, Hamburg, 14-16 April, ‘Maharaja Sale’ (mixed)
1994 Robson Lowe, London, 2-4 Mar, Lots 1100-1153 (H. Garratt-Adams Sale)
1996 Harmer Inc., London, 31 Jul (T. Eames Sale)
2001 Spink and Son, London, March, Postal History (A.S. Bard Sale)
2004 Sukhani Europhil Ltd, India, #66, 14 Mar (mixed)
2004 Harmer Inc., London, 29 Jun, ‘Blue Sale’ (C.T. Sturton Sale)
2012 Harmers of London, 17 Mar (includes the Mortimer forgeries reference)
2013 Stanley Gibbons, London, 2 May (G.S. Harell Sale)

Watercolors:
Phil. J. India 1, 301 (1897), ½a black watercolor (Gleadow)
Phil. J. India 2, 7 (1898), ½a Kashmir single-die black (Hancock)
Phil. J. India 2, 263 (1898), 1a circular blue watercolor (-)
Phil. J. India 8, 298 (1904), 1866 issue (-)
Phil. J. India 43, 67 (1939), watercolor circulars (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 48, 66 (1944), 1a orange circular (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 51, 48 (1947), ¼a Srinagar provisional (Garratt-Adams)
India Post 29, 2-5 (1995), blue watercolors (Eames)
India Post 29, 42-44 (1995), red and orange watercolors (Eames)
India Post 39, 32-35 (2005), Jammu circulars (Röver)

Oilcolors:
Phil. J. India 3, 475 (1899), 1877 circular oilcolors (Simons)
Phil. J. India 4, 153 (1900), 1877 circular oilcolors (Simons)
Phil. J. India 4, 262 (1900), 1877 circular oilcolors (Masson)
Phil. J. India 4, 290 (1900), oilcolor stamps of Jammu Province (Masson)
Phil. J. India 5, 90 (1901), 1877 circular oilcolor (-)
India Post 29, 88 (1995), oil colors of Jammu (Eames)
India Post 29, 128 (1995), proofs and experimental printings (Eames)

New Rectangulars:
Phil. J. India 2, 83 (1898), 1883 4as varieties (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 358 (1898), 1883 ½a reds (Gleadow)
Phil. J. India 6, 281 (1902), new rectangulars (-)
Phil. J. India 7, 175 (1903), 8as lilac (-)
Phil. J. India 11, 354 (1907), use of 1887 1a (-)
Phil. J. India 44, 41 (1940), 1883-94 1a new rectangular (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 51, 48 (1947), ¼a Srinagar provisional (Garratt-Adams)
India Post 28, 49-52 (1994), papers (Eames)
India Post 28, 94-96 (1994), embossed seals (Eames)
India Post 28, 137-140 (1994), perforated stamps (Eames)
India Post 30, 4-7 (1996), new rectangular definitives (Eames)
India Post 39, 129-32 (2005), new rivet ½a plate (Harell)
India Post 41, 117-22 (2007), perforated ½a 1874-79 (Harell)

Remainders:
Phil. Record 18, 28 (1896), Kashmir remainders (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 385 (1898), remainders (W.C.H.)
Phil. J. India 3, 39 (1899), sale of remainders (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 49 (1900), remainders (Wilson, C.S.)

Reprints:
Lond. Philatelist 5, 355 (1896), reprints (-)
Lond. Philatelist 7, 241 (1898), reprints (-)
Lond. Philatelist 7, 298 (1898), reprints (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 337 (1899), circular reprint(-)
Phil. J. India 3, 307 (1899), puffing the Reprints (-)

Die I Forgeries:
Lond. Philatelist 8, 70 (1899), die I forgery (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 69 (1899), die I forgery (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 130 (1899), correction re die I forgery (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 268 (1899), comment on die I (Evans)
Phil. J. India 8, 56 (1904), forgeries (-)

Missing-Die Forgeries:
Phil. J. India 2, 325 (1898), more missing dies (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 37 (1899), missing dies (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 225 (1899), comment on missing die (Evans)
Phil. J. India 3, 329 (1899), missing dies (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 374 (1899), missing dies (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 239 (1900), forged missing die (-)

Other Forgeries:
Phil. J. India 3, 232 (1899), another hoary-headed impostor (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 363 (1899), two new stamps, forgeries? (Masson)
Phil. J. India 6, 410 (1902), ½a red Jammu stamp to be burnt (-)
Phil. J. India 7, 316 (1903), 1873 forgeries (-)
Phil. J. India 7, 324 (1903), Kashmir forgeries (Masson)
SG Monthly Journal (1903), Kashmir forgeries (Kay)
Lond. Philatelist 19, 31 (1920), forgeries of the 1866-67 issue (Mortimer)
India Post 4, 11 (1970), Brighton forgeries (Padgham)
Works of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, APS, (1974) pp 136-42, 395-98 (Haverbeck)
Indien-Report 29, 35 (1979), Kaschmir-Falschstempel (Hellrigl)
Fakes, Forgeries, Experts 11 (2008), Jammu seal provisional (Hellrigl)
2012 Harmers of London auction 17 Mar (Mortimer’s forgeries reference)

Postal History:
Phil. J. India 1, 15 (1897), Imperial Post takeover 1.1.95 (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 52 (1900), first Kashmir postal dies (Godfrey)
Phil. J. India 4, 101 (1900), first Kashmir postal system (Godfrey)
Unicum Filatelico, Pavia, 95/111 Ital/Eng (1973), prestamp postal service (Prassoli)
Works of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, APS, (1974) pp 136-42, 395-98 (Haverbeck)
India Post 8, 82 (1974), J&K postal history (Bard)
India Post 9, 81 (1975), J&K postal history (Bard)
India Post 10, 5 (1976), J&K postal history (Bard)
Phil. J. India 84, 94 (1979), history of the postal service (Budhki)
Phil. J. India 87, 66 (1982), amalgamation of the postal system (Harchandani)
SG Stamp Monthly, Mar 1982, 51, early letters (Bard)
SG Stamp Monthly, Nov 1982, 85, Resident’s Dak I (Bard)
SG Stamp Monthly, Dec 1982, 70, Resident’s Dak II (Bard)
India Post 40, 73-80 (2006), letters England to Kashmir 1885 (Harell)
India Post 41, 117-22 (2007), perforated ½a 1874-79 (Harell)

Postal Markings:
Phil. J. India 2, 359 (1898), officials manuscript surcharge (-)
Die Marken von Kaschmir, Chemnitz (1912) 42 pp (Kohl)
13th Amer. Phil. Cong., 84 (1947), postmarks and cancellations (Arnold)
India Post 9, 62 (1975), “Cashmere” marking (Mac Gillycuddy and Bard)
Indien-Report 29, 35 (1979), Kaschmir-Falschstempel (Hellrigl)
India Post 29, 148 (1995), postage due markings of Punjab and NW Prov (Cawlins)
India Post 36, 76 (2002), unusual British postage due marking (-)
India Post 37, 66 (2003), unusual British postage due marking (-)

Other Productions:
Morley’s Phil. J. 1, 34 and 43 (May 1900), telegraph stamps (Lane)
Phil. J. India 22, 10-11 (Jan 1918), the Convention essay (Godinho)
Phil. J. India 38, 155 (1934), postal dies of Poonch and Kashmir (Godfrey)
Essay Proof Journal 4, 251-56 (Oct 1947), essays and proofs (Haverbeck)
Essay Proof Journal 5, 9-15 (Jan 1948), essays and proofs (Haverbeck)
Coll. Club Phil. 56, 89 (1977), Dak Zaruri (Haverbeck)
Coll. Club Phil. 57, 303 (1978), Dak Zaruri (Hellrigl)
Ind Dak 6, 4-8 (Jan 1982), telegraph stamps (Sukhani)
Postal Stationery 31, 87-95 (May 1989), state postcards (Singhee)
India Post 28, 94-96 (1994), embossed seals (Eames)
India Post 29, 128-30 (1995), proofs and experimental printings (Eames)
London Philatelist 115, 304 (2006), tête-bêches and semi-tête-bêches (Hellrigl)
Fakes, Forgeries, Experts 11 (2008), Jammu seal provisional (Hellrigl)


Articles by Author

Arnold, A.S.
13th Amer. Phil. Cong., 84 (1947), postmarks and cancellations

Bard, A.S.
India Post 8, 82 (1974), postal history
India Post 9, 62 (1975), “Cashmere” marking (with Mac Gillycuddy)
India Post 9, 81 (1975), postal history
India Post 10, 5 (1976), postal history
SG Stamp Monthly, Mar 1982, 51, early letters
SG Stamp Monthly, Nov 1982, 85, Resident’s Dak I
SG Stamp Monthly, Dec 1982, 70, Resident’s Dak II

Boggs, W.S.
The Stamp Specialist Vol. No. 6, 46-58. Transcription ► on-site (1941)
Collectors Club Philatelist 20, 248 (1941), circulars
Phil. J. India 46, 19 (1942), preceding article reprinted
Collectors Club Philatelist 21, 265 (1942), denominations of circulars

Budhki D.D.
Phil. J. India 84, 94 (1979), history of the postal service

Cawlins, M.
India Post 29, 148 (1995), postage due markings of Punjab and NW Prov.

Dawson, L.E.
Phil. J. India 43, 13 (1939), Mortimer collection
Phil. J. India 43, 43 (1939), corrections to Dawson & Smythies
Phil. J. India 43, 49 (1939), Mortimer collection
Phil. J. India 43, 51 (1939), re Dawson & Smythies
Phil. J. India 43, 67 (1939), watercolor circulars
Phil. J. India 43, 78 (1939), rarities in Mortimer collection (with Smythies)
Phil. J. India 43, 122 (1939), trial perforations
Phil. J. India 44, 41 (1940), 1883-94 1a new rectangular
Phil. J. India 45, 140 (1941), circulars
Phil. J. India 47, 125 (1943), circulars
Phil. J. India 48, 10 (1944), Jammu listing
The Philatelist 41, 152-55 (Apr 1965), Ind. Feud. States II—J&K
The Philatelist 41, 180-85 (May 1965), Ind. Feud. States II—J&K
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 10 Jan 1967, 56pp 180 Lots 99 photos

Deschl, E.
Comprehensive India States Postal Stationery Listing (1994)

Eames, T.
India Post 28, 49-52 (1994), on the papers
India Post 28, 94-96 (1994), on the embossed seals
India Post 28, 137-140 (1994), on the perforated stamps
India Post 29, 2-5 (1995), on the blue watercolors
India Post 29, 42-44 (1995), on the red and orange watercolors
India Post 29, 88-90 (1995), on the oil colors of Jammu
India Post 29, 128-30 (1995), on the proofs and experimental printings
India Post 30, 4-7 (1996), on the new rectangular definitives
Harmer Inc., London, Auction 31 Jul 1996

Erivan, Dr.
Stamp Lover, Jul 1981, 98-99, J&K stamps 1866-77
Stamp Lover, Oct 1981, 131-32, J&K stamps 1866-77

Evans, Maj. E.B.
Philatelic Record 9, 130-39 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere
Philatelic Record 9, 152-55 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere
Philatelic Record 9, 172-73 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere
Philatelic Record 9, 186-90 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere
Philatelic Record 9, 205-07 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere
Philatelic Record 10, 214 (1888), stamps of Cashemere
Phil. J. India 2, 65 (1898), J&K notes
Phil. J. India 3, 225 (1899), comment on missing die
Phil. J. India 3, 268 (1899), comment on die I
Phil. J. India 5, 165 (1901), our last handbook
SG Monthly Journal, Dec 1901, 11-3, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Dec 1901, 110-15, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Feb 1902, 163-64, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Apr 1902, 210-12, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Aug 1902, 33-35, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Oct 1902, 75-78, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Nov 1902, 96-98, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Dec 1902, 120-22, J&K stamps
SG Monthly Journal, Mar 1903, 194-98, J&K stamps

Garratt-Adams, H.
Phil. J. Great Britain 52, 51 (1942), denominations of circulars
Phil. J. India 51, 48 (1947), ¼a Srinagar provisional
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 2-4 Mar 1994, Lots 1100-1153

Gleadow, F.
Phil. J. India 1, 301 (1897), ½a black watercolor
Phil. J. India 2, 358 (1898), ½a red of 1883

Godfrey, S.H.
Phil. J. India 2, 317 (1898), classification of circulars
Phil. J. India 2, 355 (1898), J&K
Phil. J. India 4, 52 (1900), first Kashmir postal dies
Phil. J. India 4, 101 (1900), first Kashmir postal system
Phil. J. India 38, 155 (1934), postal dies of Poonch and Kashmir

Godinho, J.
Phil. J. India 22, 10-11 (Jan 1918), the Convention essay

Hancock, F.H.
Phil. J. India 2, 7 (1898), ½a Kashmir single-die black
Phil. J. India 2, 256 (1898), comments on Masson III

Harchandani, T.M.
Phil. J. India 87, 66 (1982), amalgamation of the postal system

Harell, G.S.
India Post 39, 129-32 (2005), new rivet ½a plate
India Post 40, 73-80 (2006), letters England to Kashmir 1885
India Post 41, 117-22 (2007), perforated ½a 1874-79
Stanley Gibbons, London, Auction 2 May 2013

Harmer, H.R.
Phil. J. India 44, 129 (1940), J&K reviews

Haverbeck, H.D.S.
Collectors Club Philatelist 7, 41 (1928), circulars
Collectors Club Philatelist 20, 186 (1941), circulars
Essay Proof Journal 4, 251-56 (Oct 1947), essays and proofs
Essay Proof Journal 5, 9-15 (Jan 1948), essays and proofs
Collectors Club Philatelist 52, 273 (1973), passing thoughts
Phil. J. India 78, 15 (1973), republication of preceding
Harmer Inc., New York, Auction 28 Jun 1973
Yucatan Affair, Works of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, APS, pp 136-42, 395-98 (1974)
Collectors Club Philatelist 56, 89 (1977), Dak Zaruri

Hellrigl, W.
Collectors Club Philatelist 57, 303 (1978), Dak Zaruri
Indien-Report 29, 35 (1979), Kaschmir-Falschstempel
Literatur-Report Forschungsgemeinschaft Indien, Apr 1981, 31-3, bibliography
India Post 26, 103 (1992), snippets from the archives 7
Filatelia 41, 15 (2005), overview in Italian with 19 color reproductions of gems
London Philatelist 115, 304 (2006), Tête-Bêches and Semi-Tête-Bêches
Royal Philatelic Society London, 54pp (16 November 2006).
Fakes, Forgeries, Experts 11 (2008), ‘Jammu seal provisional’

Holmes, H.R.
Phil. J. India 43, 129 (1939), J&K

Kay, A.B.
SG Monthly Journal (1903), J&K forgeries

Kohl, P.
Die Marken von Kaschmir, 42 pp, Chemnitz (1912)

Lane, J.H.
Morley’s Phil. J. 1, 34 and 43 (May 1900), telegraph stamps

Lasbax, E. and Sanciaume, J.
Les timbres de Jummo-Cachemire Yvert and Cie., Amiens (1933)

Legrand, J.A.
Bull. de la Soc. Française de Timb. 1, 44-59 (1875), timbres Djemmon-Kachemir

Lowe, Robson
Billig’s Philatelic Handbook 39, HJMR USA (1950)

Mac Gillycuddy, T.
India Post 9, 162 (1975), J&K

Madden, T.E.
Phil. J. India 1, 221 (1897), J&K

Masson, D.P.
Phil. J. India 1, 259 (1897), J&K notes I
Phil. J. India 2, 50 (1898), J&K notes II
Phil. J. India 2, 157 (1898), J&K notes III
Phil. J. India 2, 200 (1898), J&K notes IV
Phil. J. India 2, 258 (1898), reply to Hancock
Phil. J. India 2, 281 (1898), J&K notes VI
Phil. J. India 2, 325 (1898), more missing dies
Phil. J. India 2, 337 (1898), comment on Kashmir
Phil. J. India 2, 343 (1898), J&K notes VII
Phil. J. India 2, 354 (1898), notes on Kashmir
Phil. J. India 2, 377 (1898), Kashmir
Phil. J. India 3, 69 (1899), die I forgery
Phil. J. India 3, 130 (1899), correction on die I forgery
Phil. J. India 3, 232 (1899), another hoary-headed impostor
Phil. J. India 3, 363 (1899), two new stamps, forgeries?
Phil. J. India 4, 185 (1900), a new stamp
Phil. J. India 4, 262 (1900), 1877 circular oilcolor
Phil. J. India 4, 290 (1900), oilcolor stamps of Jammu Province
Phil. J. India 7, 324 (1903), Kashmir forgeries

Moëns, J.-B.
Atlas de planches de timbres: Jummoo-Kachmir, Brussels, pp 140-6, (1892)

Mortimer, C.H.
Lond. Philatelist 19, 31 (1920), forgeries of the 1866-67 issue
Harmer, Rooke and Co., London, Auction 16 Feb 1939
Harmers of London auction 17 Mar 2012 (Mortimer’s forgeries reference)

Padgham, D.C.
India Post 4, 11 (1970), Brighton forgeries

Pemberton, E.L.
The Philatelist 129-37 (Oct 1868), Stamps of Cashmere

Prassoli, A.
Kashmir—La Storia Postale del Kashmir. Milano (1962)
Unicum Filatelico, Pavia, Ital/Eng, pre-stamp operations (1973)

Raina, J.L.
Transcription ► on-site (1926)

Röver, P.
Indien-Report 24, 30 (1978), Jammu and Kashmir
India Post 39, 32-35 (2005), Jammu circulars

Roggeveen, C.M.
Strand Stamp Journal, 221, April 1962, Jammu and Kashmir

Rudolphi, H. v., ed.,
Kaschmir, Handbuch der Briefmarkenkunde Pts 11/12, Berlin (1942-3)

Séfi, A.
Philatelic World 2, 39-41 (Dec 1909), Kashmir: stray notes, philatelic and otherwise

Simons, Rev. C.B.
Phil. J. India 3, 475 (1899), 1877 circular oilcolors
Phil. J. India 4, 153 (1900), 1877 circular oilcolors

Singhee, A.R.
Postal Stationery 31, 87-95 (May 1989), state postcards

Smythies, E.A.
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 3 Oct 1962. With F. Gwatkin.

Staal, F.
The Stamps of Jammu and Kashmir, 286pp Collectors Club, NY (1983)

Stoney, R.F.
Phil. J. India 46, 82 (1942), circulars

Sturton, C.T.
Harmer Inc., London, Auction 29 Jun 2004, ‘Blue Sale’

Sukhani, S.C.
Ind Dak 6, 4-8 (Jan 1982), telegraph stamps

Wilson, C.S.
Phil. J. India 4, 49 (1900), remainders

Wilson, W.T.
Phil. J. India 42, 89 (1938), review of Dawson & Smythies


Articles by Journal

Bulletin de la Societé Française de Timbrologie (BSFT)
1, 44-59 (1875), timbres Djemmon-Kachemir (Legrand)

Collectors Club Philatelist (CCP)
7, 41 (1928), circulars (Haverbeck)
7, 186 (1928), circulars (Haverbeck)
20, 248 (1941), circulars (Boggs)
52, 273 (1973), passing thoughts (Haverbeck)
56, 89 (1977), Dak Zaruri (Haverbeck)
57, 303 (1978), Dak Zaruri (Hellrigl)

The Essay Proof Journal (EPJ)
4, 251-56 (Oct 1947), essays and proofs (Haverbeck)
5, 9-15 (Jan 1948), essays and proofs (Haverbeck)

Fakes, Forgeries, Experts (AIEP)
11 (2008), Jammu seal provisional (Hellrigl)

Filatelia (in Italian)
41, 15 (2005), overview with 19 color reproductions (Hellrigl)

Ind Dak (ID)
6, 4-8 (Jan 1982), telegraph stamps (Sukhani)

India Post (IP)
4, 11 (1970), Brighton forgeries (Padgham)
8, 82 (1974), J&K postal history (Bard)
9, 81 (1975), J&K postal history (Bard)
9, 62 (1975), Cashmere postmark (Mac Gillycuddy and Bard)
10, 5 (1976), J&K postal history (Bard)
26, 103 (1992), snippets from the archives (Hellrigl)
28, 49-52 (1994), papers (Eames)
28, 94-96 (1994), embossed seals (Eames)
28, 49-52 (1994), 137-140 (1994), perforated stamps (Eames)
29, 2-5 (1995), blue watercolors (Eames)
29, 42-44 (1995), red and orange watercolors (Eames)
29, 88-90 (1995), oil colors of Jammu (Eames)
29, 128-30 (1995), proofs and experimental printings (Eames)
29, 148 (1995), postage due markings of Punjab and NW Prov (Cawlins)
30, 4-7 (1996), new rectangular definitives (Eames)
36, 76 (2002), unusual British postage-due marking (-)
37, 66 (2003), unusual British postage-due marking (-)
39, 32-35 (2005), Jammu circulars (Röver)
39, 129-32 (2005), new rivet ½a plate (Harell)
40, 73-80 (2006), letters England to Kashmir 1885 (Harell)
41, 117-22 (2007), perforated ½a 1874-79 (Harell)

Indien-Report (IR)
24, 30 (1978), Jammu and Kashmir (Röver)
29, 35 (1979), Kaschmir-Falschstempel (Hellrigl)
Literatur-Report Forschungsgemeinschaft Indien, Apr 1981, 31-4, bibl. (Hellrigl)

The London Philatelist (LP)
5, 355 (1896), reprints (-)
7, 241 (1898), reprints (-)
7, 298 (1898), reprints (-)
8, 70 (1899), die I (-)
19, 31 (1920), forgeries of the 1866-67 issue (Mortimer)
31, 144 (1932), J&K display (Yardley)
115, 304 (2006), tête-bêches and semi-tête-bêches (Hellrigl)

Morley’s Philatelic Journal (MPJ)
1, 34 and 43 (May 1900), telegraph stamps (Lane)

National Geographic Magazine (NG)
April 1948, “The Idyllic Vale of Kashmir”, Volkmar Wentzel.
May 1951, “A Journey to Little Tibet (Ladakh)”, Enakshi Bhavnani.
November 1958, “Emperor’s Private Garden: Kashmir”, Nigel Cameron and Brian Brake.

Philatelic Journal of Great Britain (PJGB)
52, 51 (1942), denominations of circulars (Garratt-Adams)

Philatelic Journal of India (PJI)
1, 15 (1897), Imperial Post takeover 1.1.95 (-)
1, 221 (1897), J&K (Madden)
1, 259 (1897), J&K notes I (Masson)
1, 301 (1897), ½a Kashmir single-die (Gleadow)
2, 7 (1898), ½a black watercolor (Hancock)
2, 50 (1898), J&K notes II (Masson)
2, 65 (1898), J&K notes (Evans)
2, 83 (1898), 1883 4as varieties (-)
2, 157 (1898), J&K notes III (Masson)
2, 180 (1898), Kashmir museum to include stamps (-)
2, 200 (1898), J&K notes IV (Masson)
2, 256 (1898), comments on Masson III (Hancock)
2, 258 (1898), reply to Hancock (Masson)
2, 263 (1898), 1a blue watercolor (-)
2, 281 (1898), J&K notes VI (Masson)
2, 182 (1898), rectangular stamps examined by Masson (-)
2, 225 (1898), ½a of 1883-94 (-)
2, 317 (1898), classification of circulars (Godfrey)
2, 325 (1898), more missing dies (Masson)
2, 337 (1898), comment on Kashmir (Masson)
2, 343 (1898), J&K notes (Masson)
2, 354 (1898), notes on Kashmir (Masson)
2, 355 (1898), notes on Kashmir (Godfrey)
2, 358 (1898), ½a red of 1883 (Gleadow)
2, 359 (1898), officials manuscript surcharge (-)
2, 377 (1898), Kashmir (Masson)
2, 385 (1898), remainders (W.C.H.)
3, 37 (1899), missing dies (-)
3, 39 (1899), sale of remainders (-)
3, 69 (1899), die I forgery (Masson)
3, 78 (1899), sale of obsolete stamps (-)
3, 130 (1899), correction re die I forgery (Masson)
3, 219 (1899), review on J&K stamps (-)
3, 225 (1899), comment on missing die (Evans)
3, 232 (1899), another hoary-headed impostor (Masson)
3, 268 (1899), comment on die I (Evans)
3, 307 (1899), puffing the reprints (-)
3, 329 (1899), missing dies (-)
3, 337 (1899), circular reprint(-)
3, 337 (1899), Maury’s Catalogue description (-)
3, 339 (1899), Maury’s Catalogue description (-)
3, 363 (1899), two new stamps, forgeries? (Masson)
3, 374 (1899), missing dies (-)
3, 381 (1899), correction 1877 issue (-)
3, 463 (1899), clarification from State Agent (Masson)
3, 402 (1899), Poonch and Kashmir (anon?)
3, 475 (1899), 1877 circular oilcolors (Simons)
4, 4 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
4, 49 (1900), remainders (Wilson, C.S.)
4, 52 (1900), first Kashmir postal dies (Godfrey)
4, 90 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
4, 101 (1900), first Kashmir postal system (Godfrey)
4, 115 (1900), Kashmir (-)
4, 170 (1900), Kashmir (-)
4, 185 (1900), a new stamp (Masson)
4, 239 (1900), Kashmir (-)
4, 239 (1900), forged missing die (-)
4, 262 (1900), 1877 circular oilcolor (Masson)
4, 269 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
4, 271 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
4, 290 (1900), oilcolor stamps of Jammu Province (Masson)
4, 313 (1900), Kashmir (-)
4, 324 (1900), Kashmir (-)
5, 4 (1901), Kashmir variety (-)
5, 48 (1901), notice of Masson’s second handbook (-)
5, 90 (1901), 1877 circular oilcolor (-)
5, 165 (1901), our last handbook (Evans)
6, 281 (1902), new rectangulars (-)
6, 410 (1902), ½a red Jammu stamp to be burnt (-)
6, 454 (1902), J&K varieties (-)
6, 458 (1902), J&K varieties (-)
7, 53 (1903), Kashmir (-)
7, 175 (1903), 8as lilac (-)
7, 316 (1903), 1873 forgeries (-)
7, 324 (1903), Kashmir forgeries (Masson)
8, 56 (1904), forgeries (-)
8, 298 (1904), 1866 issue (-)
11, 166 (1907), Masson’s Kashmir collection (B.G.J.)
11, 354 (1907), use of 1887 1a (-)
12, 256 (1908), stamps of 1878 (-)
17, 3 (1913), Kashmir (-)
22, 10 (1918), the Convention essay (Godinho)
38, 155 (1934), postal dies of Poonch and Kashmir (Godfrey)
41, 85 (1937), J&K simplified (-)
42, 89 (1938), review of Dawson & Smythies? (Wilson, W.T.)
43, 13 (1939), Mortimer collection (Dawson)
43, 43 (1939), corrections to Dawson & Smythies (Dawson)
43, 49 (1939), Mortimer collection (Dawson)
43, 51 (1939), re Dawson & Smythies (Dawson)
43, 67 (1939), watercolor circulars (Dawson)
43, 78 (1939), rarities in Mortimer collection (Dawson & Smythies)
43, 122 (1939), trial perforations (Dawson)
43, 129 (1939), J&K (Holmes)
44, 41 (1940), 1883-94 1a new rectangular (Dawson)
44, 129 (1940), J&K reviews (Harmer)
45, 140 (1941), circulars (Dawson)
46, 19 (1942), circulars (Boggs)
46, 82 (1942), circulars (Stoney)
47, 125 (1943), circulars (Dawson)
48, 10 (1944), Jammu listing (Dawson)
48, 66 (1944), 1a orange circular (Dawson)
51, 48 (1947), ¼a Srinagar provisional (Garratt-Adams)
78, 15 (1973), passing thoughts (Haverbeck)
84, 94 (1979), history of the postal service (Budhki)
87, 66 (1982), amalgamation of the postal system (Harchandani)

Philatelic Record (PR)
9, 130-39 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
9, 152-55 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
9, 172-73 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
9, 186-90 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
9, 205-07 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
10, 214 (1888), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
18, 28 (1896), Kashmir remainders (-)

Philatelic Review (PRev)
6, 47 (1884), circulars of Cashmere.

Philatelic World (PW)
2, 39-41 (Dec 1909), stray notes, philatelic and other (Séfi)

The Philatelist (P)
Oct 1868, 129-37, Stamps of Cashmere (Pemberton, E.L.)
41, 152-55 (Apr 1965), Ind. Feud. States II—J&K (Dawson)
41, 180-85 (May 1965), Ind. Feud. States II—J&K (Dawson)

Postal Stationery (PS)
31, 87-95 (May 1989), state postcards (Singhee)

Stamp Lover (SL)
Jul 1981, 98-99, J&K stamps 1866-77 (Erivan)
Oct 1981, 131-32, J&K stamps 1866-77 (Erivan)

Stanley Gibbons Monthly Journal (SGMJ)
Dec 1901, 11-3, J&K stamps (Evans)
Dec 1901, 110-5, J&K stamps (Evans)
Feb 1902, 163-4, J&K stamps (Evans)
Apr 1902, 210-2, J&K stamps (Evans)
Aug 1902, 33-5, J&K stamps Evans)
Oct 1902, 75-8, J&K stamps (Evans)
Nov 1902, 96-8, J&K stamps (Evans)
Dec 1902, 120-2, J&K stamps (Evans)
Mar 1903, 194-8, J&K stamps (Evans)
1903, J&K Forgeries (Kay)
SG Stamp Monthly, Mar 1982, 51-4, early letters (Bard)
SG Stamp Monthly, Nov 1982, 85-8, Resident’s Dak I (Bard)
SG Stamp Monthly, Dec 1982, 70-2, Resident’s Dak II (Bard)
Stanley Gibbons, London, Auction catalogue 12 Dec 1979 (mixed)
Stanley Gibbons, London, Auction catalogue 8-9 Oct 1981 (mixed)

Strand Stamp Journal
Apr 1962, 221, J&K stamps (Roggeveen)

Unicum Filatelico (Pavia)
95 Italian; 111 English (1973), pre-stamp postal service (Prassoli)


Articles by Year

1868
The Philatelist 129-37 (Oct 1868), Stamps of Cashmere (Pemberton, E.L.)

1875
Bull. Soc. Française de Timb. 1, 44-59 (1875), timbres DJ&K (Legrand)

1884
Philatelic Review 6, 47 (1884), circulars of Cashmere.

1887
Phil. Record 9, 130-39 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
Phil. Record 9, 152-55 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
Phil. Record 9, 172-73 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
Phil. Record 9, 186-90 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)
Phil. Record 9, 205-07 (1887/88), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)

1888
Phil. Record 10, 214 (1888), stamps of Cashemere (Evans)

1892
Atlas de planches de timbres: Jummoo-Kachmir, Brussels, pp 140-6 (Moëns)

1896
Lond. Phil. 5, 355 (1896), reprints (-)
Phil. Record 18, 28 (1896), Kashmir remainders (-)

1897
Phil. J. India 1, 15 (1897), Imperial Post takeover 1.1.95 (-)
Phil. J. India 1, 221 (1897), J&K (Madden)
Phil. J. India 1, 259 (1897), J&K notes I (Masson)
Phil. J. India 1, 301 (1897), ½a Kashmir single-die (Gleadow)

1898
Lond. Phil. 7, 241 (1898), reprints (-)
Lond. Phil. 7, 298 (1898), reprints (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 7 (1898), ½a black watercolor (Hancock)
Phil. J. India 2, 50 (1898), J&K notes II (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 65 (1898), J&K notes (Evans)
Phil. J. India 2, 83 (1898), 1883 4as varieties (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 157 (1898), J&K notes III (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 180 (1898), Kashmir museum to include stamps (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 200 (1898), J&K notes IV (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 256 (1898), comments on Masson III (Hancock)
Phil. J. India 2, 258 (1898), reply to Hancock (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 263 (1898), 1a blue watercolor (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 281 (1898), J&K notes VI (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 182 (1898), rectangular stamps examined by Masson (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 225 (1898), ½a of 1883-94 (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 317 (1898), classification of circulars (Godfrey)
Phil. J. India 2, 325 (1898), more missing dies (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 337 (1898), comment on Kashmir (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 343 (1898), J&K notes (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 354 (1898), notes on Kashmir (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 355 (1898), notes on Kashmir (Godfrey)
Phil. J. India 2, 358 (1898), ½a red of 1883 (Gleadow)
Phil. J. India 2, 359 (1898), officials manuscript surcharge (-)
Phil. J. India 2, 377 (1898), Kashmir (Masson)
Phil. J. India 2, 385 (1898), remainders (W.C.H.)

1899
Lond. Phil. 8, 70 (1899), die I (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 37 (1899), missing dies (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 39 (1899), sale of remainders (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 69 (1899), die I forgery (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 78 (1899), sale of obsolete stamps (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 130 (1899), correction re die I forgery (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 219 (1899), review on J&K stamps (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 225 (1899), comment on missing die (Evans)
Phil. J. India 3, 232 (1899), another hoary-headed impostor (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 268 (1899), comment on die I (Evans)
Phil. J. India 3, 307 (1899), puffing the reprints (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 329 (1899), missing dies (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 337 (1899), circular reprint(-)
Phil. J. India 3, 337 (1899), Maury’s Catalogue description (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 339 (1899), Maury’s Catalogue description (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 363 (1899), two new stamps, forgeries? (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 374 (1899), missing dies (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 381 (1899), correction 1877 issue (-)
Phil. J. India 3, 463 (1899), clarification from State Agent (Masson)
Phil. J. India 3, 402 (1899), Poonch and Kashmir (anon?)
Phil. J. India 3, 475 (1899), 1877 circular oilcolors (Simons)

1900
Morley’s Phil. J. 1, 34 and 43 (May 1900), telegraph stamps (Lane)
Phil. J. India 4, 4 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 49 (1900), remainders (Wilson, C.S.)
Phil. J. India 4, 52 (1900), first Kashmir postal dies (Godfrey)
Phil. J. India 4, 90 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 101 (1900), first Kashmir postal system (Godfrey)
Phil. J. India 4, 115 (1900), Kashmir (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 170 (1900), Kashmir (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 185 (1900), a new stamp (Masson)
Phil. J. India 4, 239 (1900), Kashmir (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 239 (1900), forged missing die (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 262 (1900), 1877 circular oilcolor (Masson)
Phil. J. India 4, 269 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 271 (1900), Kashmir variety (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 290 (1900), oilcolor stamps of Jammu Province (Masson)
Phil. J. India 4, 313 (1900), Kashmir (-)
Phil. J. India 4, 324 (1900), Kashmir (-)

1901
Phil. J. India 5, 4 (1901), Kashmir variety (-)
Phil. J. India 5, 48 (1901), notice of Masson’s second handbook (-)
Phil. J. India 5, 90 (1901), 1877 circular oilcolor (-)
Phil. J. India 5, 165 (1901), our last handbook (Evans)
SG Stamp Monthly, Dec 1901, 11-3, J&K stamps (Evans)
SG Stamp Monthly, Dec 1901, 110-5, J&K stamps (Evans)

1902
Phil. J. India 6, 281 (1902), new rectangulars (-)
Phil. J. India 6, 410 (1902), ½a red Jammu stamp to be burnt (-)
Phil. J. India 6, 454 (1902), J&K varieties (-)
Phil. J. India 6, 458 (1902), J&K varieties (-)
SG Monthly Journal, Feb 1902, 163-4, J&K stamps (Evans)
SG Monthly Journal, Apr 1902, 210-2, J&K stamps (Evans)
SG Monthly Journal, Aug 1902, 33-5, J&K stamps Evans)
SG Monthly Journal, Oct 1902, 75-8, J&K stamps (Evans)
SG Monthly Journal, Nov 1902, 96-8, J&K stamps (Evans)
SG Monthly Journal, Dec 1902, 120-2, J&K stamps (Evans)

1903
Phil. J. India 7, 53 (1903), Kashmir (-)
Phil. J. India 7, 175 (1903), 8as lilac (-)
Phil. J. India 7, 316 (1903), 1873 forgeries (-)
Phil. J. India 7, 324 (1903), Kashmir forgeries (Masson)
SG Monthly Journal, Mar 1903, 194-8, J&K stamps (Evans)
SG Monthly Journal, 1903 J&K forgeries (Kay)

1904
Phil. J. India 8, 56 (1904), forgeries (-)
Phil. J. India 8, 298 (1904), 1866 issue (-)

1907
Phil. J. India 11, 166 (1907), Masson’s Kashmir collection (B.G.J.)
Phil. J. India 11, 354 (1907), use of 1887 1a (-)

1908
Phil. J. India 12, 256 (1908), stamps of 1878 (-)

1909
Phil. World 2, 39-41 (Dec 1909), stray notes, philatelic and other (Séfi)

1912
Die Marken von Kaschmir, 42 pp, Chemnitz 1912 (Kohl)

1913
Phil. J. India 17, 3 (1913), Kashmir (-)

1918
Phil. J. India 22, 10-11 (Jan 1918), the Convention essay (Godinho)

1920
Lond. Phil. 19, 31 (1920), forgeries of the 1866-67 issue (Mortimer)

1926
Transcription ► on-site (Raina)

1928
Coll. Club Phil. 7, 41 (1928), circulars (Haverbeck)
Coll. Club Phil. 7, 186 (1928), circulars (Haverbeck)

1932
Lond. Phil. 31, 144 (1932), J&K display (Yardley)

1933
Les timbres de Jummo-Cachemire Yvert and Cie., Amiens (1933), (Lasbax and Sanciaume)

1934
Phil. J. India 38, 155 (1934), postal dies of Poonch and Kashmir (Godfrey)

1937
Phil. J. India 41, 85 (1937), J&K simplified (-)

1938
Phil. J. India 42, 89 (1938), review of Dawson & Smythies? (Wilson, W.T.)

1939
Phil. J. India 43, 13 (1939), Mortimer collection (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 43, 43 (1939), corrections to Dawson & Smythies (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 43, 49 (1939), Mortimer collection (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 43, 51 (1939), re Dawson & Smythies (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 43, 67 (1939), watercolor circulars (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 43, 78 (1939), rarities in Mortimer collection (Dawson & Smythies)
Phil. J. India 43, 122 (1939), trial perforations (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 43, 129 (1939), J&K (Holmes)
Harmer, Rooke & Co., London, 16 Feb 1939 (C.H. Mortimer Sale)

1940
Phil. J. India 44, 41 (1940), 1883-94 1a new rectangular (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 44, 129 (1940), J&K reviews (Harmer)

1941
The Stamp Specialist Vol. No. 6, The Blue Book, 46-58. H. Lindquist 1941 (Boggs)
Coll. Club Phil. 20, 248 (1941), circulars (Boggs)
Phil. J. India 45, 140 (1941), circulars (Dawson)

1942
Phil. J. Great Britain 52, 51 (1942), denominations of circulars (Garratt-Adams)
Phil. J. India 46, 19 (1942), circulars (Boggs)
Phil. J. India 46, 82 (1942), circulars (Stoney)
Kaschmir, Handbuch der Briefmarkenkunde Pts 11/12, Berlin 1942-3 (v. Rudolphi)

1943
Phil. J. India 47, 125 (1943), circulars (Dawson)

1944
Phil. J. India 48, 10 (1944), Jammu listing (Dawson)
Phil. J. India 48, 66 (1944), 1a orange circular (Dawson)

1947
Essay Proof Journal 4, 251-56 (Oct 1947), essays and proofs (Haverbeck)
Phil. J. India 51, 48 (1947), ¼a Srinagar provisional (Garratt-Adams)

1948
Essay Proof Journal 5, 9-15 (Jan 1948), essays and proofs (Haverbeck)
Nat. Geog. (Apr 1948), “The Idyllic Vale of Kashmir” (Wentzel)

1950
Billig’s Philatelic Handbook 39, HJMR USA 1950 (Lowe)

1951
Nat. Geog. (May 1951), “A Journey to Little Tibet” (Bhavnani)

1958
Nat. Geog. (Nov 1958), “Emperor’s Private Garden” (Cameron and Brake)

1962
Strand Stamp Journal, 221, April 1962, Jammu and Kashmir (Roggeveen)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 3, Oct 1962, (E.A. Smythies and F. Gwatkin)
Kashmir—La Storia Postale del Kashmir. Milano 1962 (Prassoli)

1965
The Philatelist 41, 152-55 (Apr 1965), Ind. Feud. States II—J&K (Dawson)
The Philatelist 41, 180-85 (May 1965), Ind. Feud. States II—J&K (Dawson)

1967
Robson Lowe, London, Aution 10 Jan 1967, 56pp 180 Lots 99 photos (L.E. Dawson)

1970
India Post 4, 11 (1970), Brighton forgeries (Padgham)

1973
Coll. Club Phil. 52, 273 (1973), passing thoughts (Haverbeck)
Phil. J. India 78, 15 (1973), passing thoughts (Haverbeck)
Unicum Filatelico Pavia, 95/111 Ital/Engl (1973), pre-stamp operations (Prassoli)
Harmer Inc., New York, Auction 28 Jun 1973 (D.S. Haverbeck Sale)

1974
India Post 8, 82 (1974), J&K postal history (Bard)
Works of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, APS, (1974) pp 136-42, 395-98 (Haverbeck)

1975
India Post 9, 81 (1975), J&K postal history (Bard)
India Post 9, 62 (1975), Cashmere postmark (Mac Gillycuddy and Bard)

1976
India Post 10, 5 (1976), J&K postal history (Bard)

1977
Coll. Club Phil. 56, 89 (1977), Dak Zaruri (Haverbeck)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 8 Dec 1977, 52pp (J. Spence and J. Wilson)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 25 Jan 1977, 100pp (H. Frenkle)

1978
Coll. Club Phil. 57, 303 (1978), Dak Zaruri (Hellrigl)
Indien-Report 24, 30 (1978), Jammu and Kashmir (Röver)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 8 Nov 1978, 38pp (mixed)

1979
Phil. J. India 84, 94 (1979), history of the postal service (Budhki)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 11 Sep 1979, 44pp (mixed)
Stanley Gibbons, London, Auction 12 Dec 1979 (mixed)

1981
Literatur-Report Forschungsgemeinschaft Indien, 31-4 (Apr 1981), bibl. (Hellrigl)
Stamp Lover, Jul 1981, 98-99, J&K stamps 1866-77 (Erivan)
Stamp Lover, Oct 1981, 131-32, J&K stamps 1866-77 (Erivan)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 13 Jan 1981, 56pp (mixed)
Stanley Gibbons, London, Auction 8-9 Oct 1981 (mixed)

1982
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 19 Jan 1982, 36pp (mixed)
Ind Dak 6, 4-8 (Jan 1982), telegraph stamps (Sukhani)
Phil. J. India 87, 66 (1982), amalgamation of the postal system (Harchandani)
SG Stamp Monthly, Mar 1982, 51, early letters (Bard)
Edgar Mohrmann & Co, Hamburg, Auction 14-16 April 1982, ‘Maharaja’ (mixed)
SG Stamp Monthly, Nov 1982, 85, Resident’s Dak I (Bard)
SG Stamp Monthly, Dec 1982, 70, Resident’s Dak II (Bard)

1983
The Stamps of Jammu and Kashmir, 286pp Collectors Club, NY 1983,(Staal)

1989
Postal Stationery 31, 87-95 (May 1989), state postcards (Singhee)

1992
India Post 26, 103 (1992), snippets from the archives 7 (Hellrigl)

1994
India Post 28, 49-52 (1994), papers (Eames)
India Post 28, 94-96 (1994), embossed seals (Eames)
India Post 28, 137-140 (1994), perforated stamps (Eames)
Robson Lowe, London, Auction 2-4 Mar 1994, Lots 1100-1153 (H. Garratt-Adams)

1995
India Post 29, 2-5 (1995), blue watercolors (Eames)
India Post 29, 42-44 (1995), red and orange watercolors (Eames)
India Post 29, 88-90 (1995), oil colors of Jammu (Eames)
India Post 29, 128-30 (1995), proofs and experimental printings (Eames)
India Post 29, 148 (1995), postage due markings of Punjab and NW Prov (Cawlins)

1996
India Post 30, 4-7 (1996), new rectangular definitives (Eames)
Harmer Inc., London, Auction 31 Jul 1996 (T. Eames)

2001
Spink & Son, London, Auction March 2001, Postal History (A.S. Bard)

2002
India Post 36, 76 (2002), unusual British postage-due marking (-)

2003
India Post 37, 76 (2003), unusual British postage-due marking (-)

2004
Sukhani Europhil Ltd, India, #66, Auction 14 Mar 2004 (mixed)
Harmer Inc., London, Auction 29 Jun 2004, ‘Blue Sale’ (C.T. Sturton)

2005
Filatelia 41, 15 (2005), overview in Italian with 19 color reproductions (Hellrigl)
India Post 39, 32-35 (2005), Jammu circulars (Röver)
India Post 39, 129-32 (2005), new rivet ½a plate (Harell)

2006
India Post 40, 73-80 (2006), visitor’s letters England to Kashmir 1885 (Harell)
London Philatelist 115, 304 (2006), tête-bêches and semi-tête-bêches (Hellrigl)
Roy Phil Soc Lond p54, 16 November 2006, (Hellrigl). Online copy gone Autumn 2011.

2007
India Post 41, 117-22 (2007), perforated ½a 1874-79 (Harell)

2008
Fakes, Forgeries, Experts 11 (2008), Jammu seal provisional (Hellrigl)

2012
Harmers of London auction 17 Mar 2012 (includes Mortimer’s forgeries ref coll)

2013
Stanley Gibbons, London, auction 2 May 2013 (G.S. Harell Sale)


Books

Dawson & Smythies
Transcription ► on-site (1937)

Deschl, Edward F.
Comprehensive India States Postal Stationery Listing (1994) 323 pp + 11 pp addendum. This hardcover book includes several pages devoted to J&K.

Harell, G.S.
The Stamps and Postal History of Poonch, 92 pp, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (2013). ISBN: 10-148276064.

Haverbeck, H.D.S.
Yucatan Affair, Works of Raoul Ch. de Thuin, Philatelic Counterfeiter 523 pp American Philatelic Society (1974). Ref pp 136-42 and 395-98. The orig. ed. has the illustrations taken directly from the de Thuin metal clichés. Reprint ed. 1980.

Khan, O.
From Kashmir to Kabul. Photography 1860-1900. There are some astonishing pictures in this handsome production of some of the work of the Irish photographers John Burke and William Baker. 124 plates with informative text, index and bibliography, 208 pp, Prestel (2002). ISBN 3-7913-2786-0.

Kohl, P.
Die Marken von Kaschmir 42 pp. Chemnitz (1912)

Lasbax, E. and Sanciaume, J.
Les timbres de Jummo-Cachemire, Yvert and Cie., Amiens (1933)

Lowe, Robson.
The Empire in Asia Vol III, Part III India. The Encyclopaedia of British Empire Postage Stamps. Reprinted with revisions in Billig’s Philatelic Handbook Volume 39, HJMR USA (1950). J&K section pp 264-5. Appendix I contains the 65-page revision of W. Renouf’s 1919 Handbook article “Early Indian Cancellations, 1855-84.”

Masson, D.P.
Transcription ► on-site (1900 and 1901)

Moëns, J.-B.
Atlas de planches de timbres: Jummoo-Kachmir, pp 140-46. 7th ed., Brussels (1892)

Murray, John.
Handbook for Travellers in India, Pakistan, Burma and Ceylon. Albemarle St., Lond. This guide came in many editions over the decades. The original volume dealing with the Punjab and Northwest India (Vol IV) appeared in 1883. For the tasks at hand, the earlier the version (the earlier the maps!) obviously the better, though we have yet to see such early editions ourselves. We have stolen maps from the 17th edition, 1955.

Prassoli, A.
Kashmir—La Storia Postale del Kashmir. Milano (1962). Edizioni Burgundine, 85 pp.

Rudolphi, H.v., ed.
Kaschmir, Handbuch der Briefmarkenkunde, Part 11 pp 381-384 and Part 12 pp 386-437. Verein Handbuch der Briefmarkenkunde, Berlin (1942-43)

Séfi & Mortimer
Transcription ► on-site (1937)

Staal, F.
The Stamps of Jammu and Kashmir. A must for every J&K collector. Notable sections include the history and resolution of the denominations puzzle in the circulars, the story behind the wonderful Staal-Sharma adventure, calendar conversion tables, and a ranking by scarcity. The Collectors Club, NY (1983), ISBN 0-912574-37-X. 286 pp, b/w illust., bibliog., 16 color plates.

Thackston, W.M.
An Introduction to Persian, 4th Edition. A thoroughly delightful introduction that can be used by the independent learner who would learn to read. Solid progress can had here, partly because this work does not back away from the sort of clarifying grammatical analysis that is a dying feature of introductory treatments today. The text comes with a Key to Exercises in a separate publication. 324 pp. ISBN 1588140555. IBEX Publishers (2009).

Thomson, Thomas.
Western Himalaya and Tibet. Reeve and Co., London (1852). 501 pp, with index and a very nice fold-out map. This record of a journey to the region in 1847 by a doctor and naturalist may provide diverting reading for those with an interest in the physical region, the times, and the character of a scientifically-minded Victorian. Much of the commentary pertains to technical detail—bio and geo.

Uyehara, C. and Dietrich, H.
Afghan Philately 1871-1989. George Alevizos. Santa Monica, CA (1995). 571 pp, b/w illust., LC 94-78609. The sections pertaining to the 19th century may be of some interest to the Kashmir collector.

Wakefield, W.
The Happy Valley: Sketches of Kashmir and the Kashmiris (1879) Original publisher: Sampson Low, Marston, Seale, and Rivington, Lond. Reproduced by Asian Educational Services, New Delhi, 294 pp (1995). Appendices with fold-out map treat in detail four postal routes to Srinagar from the Punjab.

Younghusband, F.
Kashmir Described by Sir Francis Younghusband (1909). Forthrightly written by an intrepid player of the day (“imperialist, Indian nationalist, journalist, spy, philosopher, geographer, travel writer, and explorer”) this book provides interesting background to the times. 70 color plates of Molyneux watercolors. A&C Black, London. A recent paper edition entitled Kashmir As It Was was published by Rupa and Co, New Delhi (2000). 8 color plates, 263 pp ISBN 81-7167-397-X.


Platts Dictionary


J. Platts, Dictionary of Urdu, Classical Hindi, and English, Digital South Asia Series. The search capability of their on-line facility (http://dsal.uchicago.edu/dictionaries/platts/index.html) can be a gift for decipherment work. The entire work can be scanned in a thrice by word fragment, whether by Roman entry, by nagarī, or by Indo-Perso-Arabic entry.

    The original edition was published by W.H. Allen & Co., 13 Waterloo Place, Pall Mall, SW. Publishers to the India Office, London 1884. We have abandoned reprint editions (of which there are several) in favor of a battered library copy of the original. The paper is a bit brittle, but the typefaces are sharp. This work, in whatever form, will surely prove more useful to covers collectors of our period than strictly Persian lexicons will do. Said to be dated, it is dated perfectly for the tasks at hand.

A companion to the dictionary by the same author is his Grammar of the Hindūstānī or Urdū Language. Sampson, Low, Marston and Co, London (1873), 399 pp. Several reprints of various later editions are somewhat available from the used book trade, the most prevalent apparently being a 1967 ed., Munshiram Manoharlal Publishers, Delhi.

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