Data Source Information
Library:
Source Ref:
1513
Dataset:
RPSL_AdlibIP
Date Loaded:
01 Jul 2020 08:54:05
Who Information
Name:
British Philatelic Bureau
Address:
20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh
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Honours:
institution
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Deceased:
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Associated Person - British Philatelic Bureau sample packet which contained 'mint stamps' (now empty). Sticker affixed to the back reads 'THE GAMBIA', handwritten.
Dealer - British Philatelic Bureau, 20 Brandon Street Edinburgh EH3 5TT, mint stamps packet. White packet with red lettering.
Dealer - British Philatelic Bureau mint stamps packet, 20 Brandon Street Edinburgh EH3 5TT. White packet with red lettering and ‘This envelope contains Mint Stamps’ in red box.
Dealer - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh. Back enclosure flap has 'FN3 RH' written in black ink.
Associated Person - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT.
Undefined - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT.
Associated Person - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT. Empty.
Undefined - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT. Empty.
Associated Person - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT. 'Hamsen' and '026' have been written on the stamp packet in blue and black ink. Empty.
Undefined - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT. 'Hamsen' and '026' have been written on the stamp packet in blue and black ink. Empty.
Associated Person - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT.
Undefined - British Philatelic Bureau stamp packet, 20 Brandon Street, Edinburgh, EH3 5TT.
Undefined - The Special Stamp Calendar 1998, British Philatelic Bureau.
Undefined - British Philatelic Bureau booklet explaining the history of stamps between 1966 and 1973. British Philatelic Bureau, Scotland.