CARIBBEAN PHILATELIC STUDY GROUP
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to the BCPSG Library are gratefully accepted and
tax-deductible to U.S. taxpayers.
West Indies: General
Caribbean Philatelic Study Group. 16-page display at
World Stamp Expo 90, Washington, D.C.; 16+ pp.
Photocopy and slides.
West Indies. Maps (14), all 8.5" x 11". Antigua (2),
Bahamas, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Grenada,
Jamaica, Montserrat, St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Tobago,
Trinidad, and Virgin Islands. (2 copies)
West Indies Historian, circa 1802 everyday life in the
BWI." 22pp. From Modern and Authentic System of
Universal Geography, compiled by George Alexander
Cooke. (2 copies)
West Indies Postmasters' Instructions 1848, 1850, 1851
Stanley. "Lady Boats Ply Caribbean Routes." BCPJ
article (1974), reprinted in The Seaposter,
November-December 1989; 6pp.
Francis J. British Commonwealth, Air Mail Digest 1-10.
Sutton Coldfield, U.K.: Field, 1953; 46pp. Covers
Bermuda, British Guiana, British Honduras, and
Jamaica, as well as a few non-B WI countries.
A.J. Catalogue de Timbres-Fiscaux (Revenue Stamp
Catalogue). Photocopy of sections devoted to British
Caribbean countries, 1855-1908, 14pp. Prepared by
Charles E. Cwiakala, 1968. (2 copies)
John M. Air Mails of the West Indies. BCPSG, 1964,
23pp. (3 copies)
M.H., and Geoffrey R. Osborn. The Royal Mail Steam
Packets to Bermuda and the Bahamas, 1842-1859. Robson
Lowe, London, 1971, 26pp, 7 maps.
Gustav J. "United Fruit Company." The Seaposter, 1957,
Colin. "The Plantation Papers." The Philatelist, June
1962 to August 1965.
Carleen. Economic and Political Change in the Leeward
and Windward Islands. Yale University Press, New Haven
& London, 1968, 260 pp. Non-philalelic. Study of
economic development in countries fragmented into
small communities of less than 100,000.
Reuben A. "Caribbean Connections: Story of British
West Indian Airways-BWIA, 1940-1990." COMPEX 91
Directory, Chicago, 1991, 17pp.
Geoffrey G., ed. West Indian Civil Censorship Devices
in World War II. Handbook no. 1, Roses Caribbean
Philatelic Society, 1976, 82pp. Contains articles on
Antigua, Barbados, British Guiana, Cayman Islands,
Grenada, Jamaica, St. Lucia, Trinidad, and Turks and
Geoffrey G., ed. West Indian Censorship Devices.
Handbook no. 2. Roses Caribbean Philatelic Society,
1977, 102pp. Contains articles on Bahamas, Barbados
(revised), Bermuda, British Guiana (revised), British
Honduras, Cayman Islands (revised), French West
Indies, Grenada (revised), Jamaica (revised), Leeward
Islands, St. Lucia (revised), and St. Vincent.
and ship mail markings of the British Caribbean area.
Photocopied from M.A. Studd, Robson Lowe Ltd., 1953,
8pp. (2 copies)
Charles. "United Fruit Company Markings." The
Seaposter, 1943, 7pp.
Robert. "The Past 25 Years," BCPJ, W/N 139 (June
1986), pp 37-39.
Stamp Collector, special issue on BCPSG, February 4,
1969; 17 pp. Photocopies of 13 short articles.
Philatelic Library; List of Tear Sheets - GB &
H.C. Early Postal History of the British West Indies
and North America, 2nd edition. Postal History
Society, U.K., 1972, 34pp+3. With a preface by Jeremy
Greenwood and 3 leaves of illustrations. Selection of
late 17th and early 18th century reports and official
E.F. (Kingston, Jamaica). BWI Mail Auction, 27
November 1961, 8pp, 126 lots.
Auctions (London, Dennis Mitton), nos. 1 (27 January
1984) to 21 (1 November 1988); many with p.r.
Millennium Auction, 20 May 2000
Philatelic Auctions (Harrogate, U.K., Malcolm Watts),
sales nos. 38 (15 February 1984) to 84 (November '91).
Sylvester (New York). "The Philatelic Library of Earl
McCracken." 1963, 28pp. Mainly non-BWI.
Michael. Village Postmarks, 21 March 1994
Rooke & Co. (New York). "British West Indies of T.
Charlton Henry," 4-7 April 1961; 192pp; with p.r.
Harmer Rooke & Co. (New York). "British West
Indies of T. Charlton Henry." final portion, 12-15
December 1961; 88pp; with p.r.
of London. "Jamaica and British Commonwealth of G.W.
Collett," 15-17 March 1965; 1965.
of London. "British West Indies & Bermuda of
Lawrence Kimball"; 1962, 44pp.
of London. "British West Indies & BNA of M. L.
Preetzmann-Aggerholm of Haiti"; 1963, 32pp.
Robson (London). "British West Indies of Dr. H.R.
Heathcote," 10 December 1968; 68pp.
Robson (London). "Burrus British Empire," 29 November
1962; 52pp. Includes Barbados (180 lots), Cayman
Islands (33), Tobago (19), Turks (10), Virgin Island
(one large collection).
Robson (London). "Burrus BNA" 2 April 1963
Robson (London). "British Empire," 29 May 1963, 22pp.
Includes Barbados, St. Vincent & Turks.
& Son (Toronto). "British West Indies of Ralph
Hart," 15-16 February 1978; 130pp; with p.r.
Philatelic Auctions (Knaresborough, U.K.; David
Druett). ""British West Indies," nos. 12 (24 January
1985) to 42 (November '91).
& Neale (London). "The Barclays Collection," 28
May 1987. BWI and major section on Barbados.
Fred (New York). General auction; 9-11 May 1963; 84 +
30pp. Minor BWI items;
General Worldwide Publications
Arnell, J.C. "Samuel Cunard and Nova Scotia Gov't
Vessels, Earl Bathurst & Chebucto." The Mariner's
Mirror, 1969?, 12pp.
N.C. "British Turbo-Prop Aircraft, Commerative Covers
Carried on Flights." Francis J Field Ltd, Sutton
Coldfield, U.K., 1960s?, 14pp.
Philatelic Federation, 1991 Yearbook, 183 pp
J. Forged Stamps of All Countries. London, undated,
Rev. R.B. Album Weeds, vols. III & IV. Acton,
Austalia: Manuka-Ainslie Press, undated, 506+pp.
John C.W. "The Unlucky Giant - Flugschiff DOX - 1929
to 1933." Sutton Coldfield, U.K.: Francis J. Field
Ltd, 19??, 12pp.
Colin, and Robson Lowe. The Die Proofs of Waterlow
& Sons, part 1, Great Britain and the
Empire to 1960. London: Christie's Robson Lowe, 1985,
120pp. Not exclusively BWI.
Patrick. The Empire on Stamps. London: Peter Davies,
1941); 223pp. Mainly non-BWI, but contains a BWI
"Spanish Main" section. Indexed.
Rev. H.H. The Numeral Cancellations of the British
Empire. London: Robson Lowe Ltd., 1958, 64pp.
American Packet Company. Photocopies of various
articles by Denwood Kelly, Robert Stone, Charles
Cwiakala, etc., originally published in The American
Philatelist, The Collectors Club Philatelist, The
British Caribean Philatelic Journal, etc.; approx.
International Stamp Exhibition, 9-16 July 1960.
Exhibition catalogue. London: RPSL, 1960; 178pp.
Robson. Prices Realized at Auction, 1961-1968. London:
Robson Lowe Ltd., 1969; 92pp. Mainly non-BWI.
Frederick John. Phantom Philately. Two copies:
Lucerne, Switzerland: Emile Bertrand, 19?0; 204pp.;
and Worthington, Ohio: Janet van den Berg, 19??
Payne; 1997 Commonwealth KG VI catalogue.
M.E. "The Post Office Packet Service From Falmouth."
From History Around the Pal. Exeter, U.K.: University
of Exeter, 1980; 26pp. Non-philatelic article in a
historical journal, with a map of the bay around
Falmouth and Flushing, England.
M.E. The Packet Captains (who lived in Flushing, U.K.
near Falmouth, 1689-1815). Flushing, U.K.:
self-published, 1982; 40pp. Non-philatelic.
Stanley Gibbons Monthly Journal, miscellaneous issues
from December 1890 to December 1893; 40pp. No apparent
BWI subjects; these journals are badly damaged and
cannot be mailed.
Robert G. Danish West Indies Mails. Volume I. DWI
Study Unit, undated. Appendixes to Chapters II and
III; 46pp and 47pp.
Cover Club. Locations and Assignments, US. Army Post
Offices, World War II and Later. Albany, N.Y.: War
Cover Club, 1973; 102pp.
Collector, The. Quarterly, edited by Peter Bylen and
published by the Belize Philatelic Study Group;
Historical Quarterly. Winter 1972 issue, containing an
article by C. Benbow and N. Snowden on "The Handling,
Censoring and Distribution of Boer Prisoners' Mail,
Historical Quarterly. Winter 1974 issue, containing an
article entitled "Relationship of Turks and Caicos to
Bermuda" and a "Report on Chief Monuments of the Turks
& Caicos Islands"; 75pp.
Caribbean Philatelic Journal. Quarterly, currently
edited by Dr Everett L. Parker and published by the
British Caribbean Philatelic Study Group; 1961,
West Indian Philatelist. Quarterly, edited by Everard
F. Aguilar, and published by the Jamaica Philatelic
Society; 1949-1958; 36 issues.
Study Circle Bulletin. Quarterly, currently edited by
Denis Charlesworth and published by the British West
Indies Study Circle; 1954-2001.
Study Circle Bulletin. Index to Bulletins 1-100,
compiled by E. Victor Toeg; 1987; 41pp. Arranged by
island and subject.
of the Philatelic Society of Trinidad & Tobago.
Published six times a year 1960-87, quarterly from
1987, by the Philatelic Society of Trinidad &
Tobago. Until issue no. 157 was titled: Trinidad
Philatelic Society Bulletin. [Library run is
reasonably complete from 1960 to 1978, with various
issues to 1991]
Commonwealth Philately. Bimonthly, edited by Ryan G.
Lorenz and published by the Commonwealth International
Philatelic Society; May-June 1983 to March-April 1984.
Some BWI articles.
George VI; Volumes 1/4 (1999) - 3/3 (2000)
Philatelic Society; 86th Anniversary Issue, 42pp
Lucia Philatelist. Annual, edited and published by
Robson Lowe; 1948-52; four issues. Trinidad Philatelic
Review. Irregular, published by the Trinidad
Philatelic Society; 1948 and 1951.
Stamp Lover; Volumes 85/3 - 97/4.
Cover Bulletin. June 1970-June 1985 (almost complete),
with a cumulative index for the period 1973 to 1978.
Indies Stamps. Irregular, edited and published by
Everard F. Aguilar; 1963-65, 8 issues.
1955 and 1956 Report. 1958. Non-philatelic, with
articles on the visit of Princess Margaret, and a
detailed map of the island, 10" x 8"; 60pp.
E. Victor. "Antigua Traditional Exhibit, 1693 to 1946
Victory Issue Specimens"; 1980s?; 165pp. Photocopy,
with an introduction and some early maps.
N.C. Bahamas: History of Air Mail Service 1919 to
1957. Sutton Coldfield, U.K.: Francis J. Field Ltd.,
undated [1950s?]; 4pp.
HGD. Postage Stamps and Postal History of the Bahamas;
Harold G. and Gale J. Raymond. "Canadian Troops in the
Bahamas in World War II." BCPSG, 1988; 4pp. Reprinted
in the Canadian Military Mail Study Group Newsletter,
no. 83 (September 1988).
M.H. Bahamas: The Locally Overprinted Special Delivery
Stamps of 1916-1917. London: Robson Lowe Ltd., 1966;
12pp. Reprinted from The Philatelist.
Ludington, M.H. and Gale J. Raymond. Bahamas Islands:
History and Catalogue of Handstamps and Cancels,
1802-1967. London: Robson Lowe Ltd., 1968; 66pp; 5 map
Ludington, M.H. Bahamas Early Mail Services and Postal
Gale J. Bahamas Temporary Rubber Datestamps and
Cancellations. Bahamas Postal History Society, 1960;
N.C. Barbados, History of Airmail Flights 1929 to
1957. Sutton Coldfield, U.K.: Francis Field Ltd,
undated [1950s?]; 6pp.
Herbert H. The Post Office in Barbados. Bridgetown,
1933; 73pp. Includes three pages of introduction and
five appendixes. (2 copies)
Basil B., and Leonard E Britnor. The Postal Markings
of Barbados. Paper no. 2 & Supplement. British
West Indies Study Circle, 1961-62; 29pp and 8pp. (2
Frank R. Barbados: A Study of the King George VI
Postal Issues. Study paper no. 12, King George VI
Collectors Society, 1981; 93pp.
Anthony. The Postal Censorship in Barbados During the
First and Second World Wars. British West Indies Study
Circle, 1984; 33pp.
Charles A. Barbados: A Few Notes on the Watermarked
Issues. London: Royal Philatelic Society, London,
1922?; 16pp; two plates. Reprinted from The London
Bermuda 1938-53, 2/- to £1; King George Collectors'
Society 1973, 15pp.
B (Editor). Bermuda Registration labels; 1993, 24pp
John J. Picturesque Bermuda Handbook, 1936 edition,
photocopies of excerpts on the history of the island
and postal information, along with maps of St. George
and Hamilton; 40pp.
M.H. Bermuda: The 1910-36 "Ship" Type Stamps. London:
Junior Philatelic Society, 1955; 35pp.
M.H. Bermuda: The Handstruck Stamps and Cancellations.
London: Robson Lowe, 1956; 41pp. Photocopy.
M.H. The Postal History and Postage Stamps of Bermuda.
Lawrence, Mass.: Quarterman, 1978; 432pp.
M.H. The Postal History of Blockade Running thru'
Bermuda 1861-65, 45pp.
M.H. and Michael R Rego. The Furness Line to Bermuda.
Monograph no. 11, British Caribbean Philatelic Study
Group, 1991; 60pp.
Bertram W.H. The Postage Stamps of Bermuda. West End
Philatelist Philatelic Handbook no. 7. London: Francis
J. Field Ltd, 1911; 37pp. Photocopy.
Eric P. King George Vl Key-Type High Values, Bermuda,
Leeward Island & Nyasaland. Study paper no. 13.
King George VI Collectors Society, 1983; 19pp.
Harmer's of London. British Guiana, W.A. Townsend
collection (auction); 20 October 1969; 31pp.
of New York. British Guiana, Dale Lichtenstein
collection (auction); 17-18 February 1969; 77pp.
V.V. British Guiana Postal History and Catalogue;
Michael R. Postal Registration in British Guiana.
Handbook no. 4, Roses Caribbean Philatelic Society,
W.A. and F.G. Howe. The Postage Stamps and Postal
History of British Guiana. London: Royal Philatelic
Society, London, 1970; 424pp; five color and 32 black
& white illustrations; indexes.
L. Norman and Maurice Williams. The W. J. Webster
Collection of Rare Stamps of British Guiana. Harmer,
Rooke & Co, London, 1941; 29pp. Photocopy.
British Honduras - Belize
Edward F. The "Town" Cancels of British Honduras,
1880-1973. Monograph no. 10, British Caribbean
Philatelic Study Group, 1990; 55pp.
W. Doming. British Honduras: The Local Surcharges of
January 1888. London: Royal Philatelic Society,
London, undated; 16pp and five plates. Reprinted from
The London Philatelist.
Government. Belize Postal Service, Postal Guide and
Rates, May 1980. Belize Philatelic Study Group, 1989;
20pp. Distributed with The Belize Collector.
Government Information Service. Fact Sheet: Belize.
Belize, 1987, 10pp. Non-philatelic, detailed map of
Belize on the cover.
Peter. "The Cayes of Belize Stamp Issues." COMPEX 87
Directory, 1987; 6pp.
Harry E. "British Honduras, 1858-1932." Photocopy of a
serialized article from The Stamp Lover, 34pp.
Eric W. A Postal History of Belize. Belmopan, 1981;
58pp including 31 pages of illustrations.
Ian. The Postage Stamps and Postal History of British
Honduras, 1767-1902. Belize Philatelic Study Group,
Bertram W.H. Postage Stamps of British Honduras.
Handbook no. 3. London: Stamp Collectors Fortnightly,
Everard F. and Philip T. Saunders. The Cayman Islands:
Their Postal History, Postage Stamps and Postmarks.
1962; lllpp, with one folded map.
DB. The Cayman Islands, their Stamps and Post Offices;
Thomas E. and Peter P. McCann. The Postal History of
the Cayman Islands. Weston, Mass.: Triad Publications,
1989; 172pp. illustrations, maps, bibliography, index.
Fred J. The Postage Stamps of the Cayman Islands.
Mekeel's booklet no. 33. Beverly, Mass.: Severn,
Wylie, Jewet, 1920; 22pp; bibliography.
Lennox. The Dominica Story: A History of the Island.
1975; 112pp. Non-philatelic.
Bertram W.H. Dominica. Tunbridge Wells, U.K.: C.
Baldwin, 1909; 26pp. [Damaged copy, cannot be mailed]
Ian J. The Falkland Islands. Harrisburg, Penn.:
Stackpole Books, 1972; 256pp. Nonphilatelic, photos,
Bacon, Edward D and Francis H Napier. Grenada. London:
Stanley Gibbons, 1902: 173pp, 9 plates.
Alfred. Postal History and Postage Stamps of Grenada.
Studies in philately no. 1. Leominster, U.K.: P. L.
Pemberton & Son, 1955; 51pp. Photocopy.
Rooke (London). Grenada: the H.R. Taylor collection
(auction), 25 April 1963; 16pp, with p.r.
Annual Colonial Report - Grenada 1910; 15pp
Gale J. Grenada, Operation Urgent Fury, 25 Oct 1983 -
7 Jun 1985. Houston, Texas: The Catamounts, 1988;
44pp. (2 copies)
Everard F. The Philatelic Handbook of Jamaica.
Kingston, Jamaica. 1949; 109pp. [Two copies, both
"Jamaica Exhibit"; 100pp approx (unbound).
Byron R. "The fiscal stamps of Jamaica." British
Caribbean Philatelic Study Group, 1961; 9pp.
Philatelist, The. Annual (1927-1950, 24 issues, plus 4
quarterly bulletins in 1941), edited by Astley Clerk
and published by the Jamaica Philatelic Society.
G.W., W.B. Edwards, C.S. Morton, and L.C.C. Nicholson.
Jamaica: Its Postal History, Postage Stamps and
Postmarks. London: Stanley Gibbons, 1928; 256pp.
Reprinted in the Postillion series. Authors also had
assistance from Astley Clerk, H. Cooke, G. C. Gunter.
Edward G., ed. "Jamaica." Higgins and Gage Postal
Stationery Catalog (Jamaica to Kuwait). Pasadena,
Cal.: Higgins & Gage, 1968; 7pp.
Thomas. "Highway travelling post offices in Jamaica."
British Caribbean Philatelic Study Group, undated;
Thomas. "Postal history of U.S. bases in Jamaica
during 1939-45 war," vol. I. British Caribbean
Philatelic Study Group, 1960s; llpp.
Thomas. "Postal history of U.S. bases in Jamaica
during 1939-45 war," vol. 2. British Caribbean
Philatelic Study Group, 1970; 4pp.
Thomas. "The squared circle postmarks of Jamaica."
British Caribbean Philatelic Philatelic / Study Group,
Thomas. "The Birmingham Postmarks of Jamaica." British
Caribbean Philatelic Study Group, 1960s?; 25pp.
Higlett, George A. Gems from Jamaica. Higlett booklet
no. 5. 1921; 14pp. Photocopy
Alfred N. Jamaica: A Review of the Nation's Postal
History and Postage. State College, Penn.: American
Philatelic Society, 1964; 62pp.
Alfred N. "Jamaica free franks used for official
correspondence." British Caribbean Philatelic Study
Group, 1961; 5pp. Supplement, 1961; 1p. (2 copies)
"Squared Circle Postmarks of Jamaica
Author: Lant, Reg & Bob Topaz, Publisher: BCPSG?.
Reginald and Robert Topaz. "The squared circle
postmarks of Jamaica." British Caribbean Philatelic
Study Group, ca. 1961; llpp.
"Addenda, corrections and late remarks." 1p. (2
Robson (London). Jamaica of R.H. Urwick (auction), 22
May 1957; 25pp.
Melville, Fred J. Jamaica. Melville stamp book no. 12.
London: Melville Stamps Book, 1910; 89pp, with six
Morton, CS. The Jamaica Post Towns 1840-1875
L.C.C. Jamaica Obliteration Numbers. London: W & S
Stamps, 1949: 16pp. [Library copy falling apart; a
very old photocopy is also available]
L.C.C. Jamaica: Temporary Rubber Datestamps,
1881-1938. London: Godden, 1939; 34pp.
L.C.C. Pre-stamp Covers, Jamaica 1760-1860; 21pp.
C. Angus & Robert Topaz. Black and white
photographs (5" x 7½") of 27 Jamaica stampless covers
circa 1710-1712. Undated.
General, Jamaica. 1958 Post Office Guide. Kingston,
Jamaica, 1958; 207pp. Index and approx. 20 pages of
amendments. (2 copies)
Ian. Postal Markings of Jamaica, 424pp
J.N. (Toronto) Jamaica, The Postal History auction, 14
December 1982; 72pp; 548 lots, with p.r.
A.P. Derek. The Military Mail of Jamaica. Handbook no.
5, Roses Caribbean Philatelic Society, 1982; 148pp.
D. and Jarvis S. The Encyclopaedia of Jamaican
Robert. "The Jamaican obliterator listing." British
Caribean Philatelic Study Group, 1967;
9pp..Supplements, July and December 1967; 1p and 2pp,
Pohle, Clinton L. "The Birmingham-type cancels of
Jamaica." British Caribbean Philatelic Study Group,
J.A.C. Leeward Islands Philately; 1988 11pp + plates
H. "King George VI high values head-plate flaws:
Bermuda, Leeward Isl & Nyasaland." Philadelphia,
1968; 7pp. Interim report.
A.E. The Postage Stamps of the Leeward Islands. Stamp
Collecting handbook no. 10. London, 1918, 32pp.
Reprint, with a few additions. Edinburgh: R. Stewart,
1949; 27 pp. The reprint omits three appendixes.
M.N. The Leeward Islands, Notes for Philatelists; 291
E. Victor. The Leeward Islands Adhesive Fees Stamps.
British West Indies Study Circle, 1991; 72pp.
St Kitts - Nevis
P.L. A study of the KG VI Stamps of St Kitts Nevis
1938-1950; 1997 69pp
Fred J. Nevis. Melville stamp book no. 5. London,
1909; 60pp. Second edition, 1910.
R.J. Early Air Mails of St Lucia; 1993, 25pp
A. Piton Post or Notes on the Philately of St Lucia;
of London. St. Vincent specialized (auction), 23
November 1964; 27pp. Ishihhara, Minoru. Tice Stamps of
St. Vincent, 1861-1881. 1975; 48pp. Text in Japanese.
Lowe, Robson (London). St. Vincent, The Perkins Bacon
Plates, 20 April, 44pp. Skrine, Walter. St. Vincent to
Florida. London: Robson Lowe, 1965; 8pp.
Vincent Handbook for 1944, postal information section.
Kingston, St. Vincent, 1944; 16pp.
John B. The Philatelic History of Trinidad to 1862.
Paper no. 3, British West Indies Study ' Circle, 1963;
64pp. (also on CD)
John B. "Trinidad: The `TOO LATE' and 'REGISTERED'
handstamps." Stamp Collecting, 1955, 1 pp.
Reuben A. "The Red Cross Provisional Issues of
Trinidad." COMPEX 87 Directory, Chicago, Ill., 1987;
Trinidad and Tobago
Ali J.N. and Wike R.G. Machine Cancellations of
Trinidad and Tobago 1923-1997; 1997, 120pp
N.C. The Aviation History of Trinidad and Tobago.
Sutton Coldfield, U.K: Francis J. Field Ltd, 1950s?;
Larry. Identifying the Cancellations of Trinidad and
Tobago; 2002, 62pp
Reuben A. "The War Tax Stamps of Trinidad and Tobago."
COMPEX 88 Directory, Chicago, Ill., 1988; 22pp.
Reuben A. "The Air Letters and Aerogrammes of Trinidad
and Tobago. 1943-2003; 2004 23pp.
Ronald G. Trinidad & Tobago Postal Meter Stamps.
Batley, U.K.: Harry Hayes, 1979; 50pp.
Bacon, Edward D. The Postage Stamps of the Turks
Islands. London: Stanley Gibbons, 1917; 29pp, three
(written in collaboration with Thomas Charlton Henry).
London: Stanley Gibbons, 1936; ' 12pp,: two plates.
and Caicos Islands
Exhibit "Turks and Caicos"; 150pp approx.
John J. Turks Islands and Caicos Islands to 1950.
Handbook no. 6, Roses Caribbean Philatelic Society,
BVI Philatelic Society, Annual Philatelic Exhibition -
First (1990), Second (1992), Fourth (1994) and Fifth
Dalwick, R.E.R. The Stamps of the Virgin Islands.
Mekeel's philatelic handbook no. 14. Boston, Mass.:
Mekeel-Severn-Wylie, 1916; 15pp.
Fred J. Virgin Islands. Melville stamp book no. 24.
London: Philatelic Institute, 1928; 68pp.
Reprint by Giorgio Migliavacca, with a preface by
Vernon Pickering; Pavia, Italy, 1980.
G. (Editor). British Virgin Islands 1787-2001; 312pp
notes prepared by members of the British Caribbean
Philatelic Study Group and the British West Indies
Study Circle. 1960s?; 25pp. Photocopy.
Vernon W. Early History of British Virgin Islands:
From Columbus to Emancipation. Falcon Publications,