Article number: FFE 004
Fakes, Forgeries & Experts Journal is published by Postiljonen, edited by Knud Mohr and has become an appreciated working tool at international exhibitions.
Articles from FFE #4
-Engraved Forgeries - Identifying the forger
-New South Wales. The twopence 'EMU' postal forgery
-The forgeries of the classic stamps of Hungary
-Novelties from the forgery workshop
-The manipulation of Czechoslovak Siberian legion material
-Three unusual covers
-Norway local post forgeries
-Ægean islands 1912-1922: an overview and brief survey of forged overprints
-A miracle: Wenden No I "on cover"
-The forged "Nationen" covers
-Forgery (marked with faux) and falsification of the Europa-Cept-Andorra (Spanish) Mi.No. 71, issue year 1972
-Forged postmark on the Saar miniature sheets 1 and 2 of 1948
-Indonesia - are all inverted and double overprints indicated in catalogues genuine?
-Expertising Postal History
-Provenance is a guarantee of authenticity. True or False?
-The small queens of Canada - examples of good and bad
-Sicily 1859-60. A fake cover and four genuine ones
-Postmarks. Genuine, false, or both?
-New fakes on the Italian market
-About the double overprints of Poland - Michel 131 DD
-Genuine - but what?
-The 'Chameleon' cover
-'In dubio pro reo' in expert certification?
-Alterations by R.E.P. Maier to pre-adhesive letters of the Netherlands
-Identifying genuine Buenos Aires "barquitos" - The surest way
-The first Zeppelin-mail forgery
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