Article number: FFE 018
Fakes, Forgeries & Experts Journal is published by Postiljonen and has become an appreciated working tool at international exhibitions. In this issue we present an extensive variety of philatelic knowledge covered in 19 articles by 17 different authors. Six of the authors are making their first appearance in the FFE.
Articles from FFE #18
-The World's Most Forensically Tested Philatelic Gem:"The Iconic Victor Hugo Plate 77 Cover"
-The Use of X-Ray Microfluorescence to Detect Faking Using Paints
-Using Perforation Fingerprints to Classify Stamps as Having "Non-Compliant" Perforations
-Stop Associating `Conservation´ with `Restoration´
-North-Ingria II Series Stamps: Separating Forged from Genuine by the Properties of Fibre Structure
-Iceland - The 1897 3 Þrir Surcharge
-The Kingdom of Prussia Number #1 stamp of 1851: An X-Ray Spectroscopic Study of Colour and Ink
-Overprint Fakes on the Stamp Series of Yugoslavia - "Tourism" and "Postal Service"
-Forged Belgian Railway Cancel on Forged Medaillon Cover
-Forged Stamps, Overprints, Perforations and Cancellations from Former Netherlands Territory Surinam
-Anatomy of a Balloon
-The 1847 US Number One Stamp Franklin 5c an Experimental Colour and Ink Study
-The U.S. 2c 3rd Bureau Issue Assaulted by Counterfeiters
-New Discovery of Engraved Forgeries of Newfoundland First Issues
-Fakes of The Mosul Provisionals
-A Dangerous Chalon Forgery
-Reference Marks - The Use of Reference Marks for the Identification and Authentication of Postage Stamps
-Forgeries and Falsifications of Philatelic Literature - A First Look Back
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