Article number: FFE 007
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 #7
-Franked Newspapers in the Serbian Principality 1866-1880
-Il Grande Raid Aero Franco - Italiano: Bologna-Venice-Rimini-Bologna, 17-18 September 1911
-The ZP3 forged overprint
-The Carlista Forgeries wrongly called re-impressions
-Illegal and Forged stamps - two faces of the same scourge
-Forgery og the Dornstetten (O.A. FREUDENSTADT) postmark
-Relationship among art, science and philately
-Forgeries or manipulations of Strubel bisects
-Queensland archival strikes - not what they appear
-Austrian Mail in Hungary - unusual frankings with Austria's 5th issue.
-"Sunday-print", "Ferrarity" og reprint.
-Not forged - but?
-Forgeries of the Argentinean Forerunner Postmarks
-The papers and the different colours found in Jean de Sperati's production of the first two issues of Newfoundland
-Issues for the XI International Railway Congress og Spain for the year 1930 and forgeries of it
-New Carlisle Cover Analysis
-Faked covers from Sicily 1859-60
-Fakes and forgeries of Australian Italy (Lombardo-Veneto) 1850-1866
-Doubtful and bogus items from Bolivia, Carpatho-Ukraine, Hungary, Latvia and USSR
-Some Brazilian fakes and forgeries
-The Last Postal Forgery, which appeared in Spain, based on a design by Joan Miró, dedicated to his friend Picasso
-Forgeries of the Moscow City Post Stationery Entire
-A. Ronald Butler
-Forgeries on Colombian pre-philatelic covers.
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