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The pictorial map : A world of stamps
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1...
The pictorial map : A w...
1947
Separate Map
 
Author
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1878-1966
Full Title
The pictorial map : A world of stamps. Designed, drawn, and published by Ernest Dudley Chase, Wnchester, Mass. Research directors, Charles Peck Kerr, C. Beecher Petersen, Ashley c. LeDue. Copyright 1947, Ernest Dudley Chase, Winchester, Mass. The Post : Famous American commemorative Series -- 1940.
Note
This is a variant edition of our 8095.000 with text added below the lower border mentioning a free booklet on stamp collecting being available from the Philatelic Institute of Cambridge, Mass. Pictorial map illustrating the "History of Stamps," most of which are placed on or near the corresponding locales featured on the stamp. The rest are depicted around the map, with a letter and number corresponding to their location according to a key in the border. National boundaries are noted with dotted lines, and the equator is indicated with a row of large white circles. Scattered throughout are small drawings of landmarks with descriptive notes, brief inscriptions noting major events in the progress of postal delivery, as well as larger inset panels. The latter includes "Some Firsts" in mail history and the story of "The Famous One-Penny Black." A red-highlighted compass rose, lower right, has four portraits taken from stamps: "Pasteur - Europe," "Stanley - Africa," "Washington - No. America," and "Bolivar - So. America," all surrounding a picture of the "World's Rarest Stamp," a British Guiana one-cent magenta from 1856 with only "1 Known Copy." The cartouche is decorated with different modes of transportation for delivering mail.
The pictorial map : United States Stamps
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1...
The pictorial map : Uni...
1949
Separate Map
 
Author
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1878-1966
Full Title
The pictorial map : United States Stamps. Designed, drawn and published by Ernest Dudley Chase. Winchester, Mass.; Research directors Charles Peck Kerr and Rupert Frank Jones. The post : Artists: Famous American Commemorative Series -- 1940.
Note
Pictorial map of the United States, showing U.S. postage stamps, without stamps placed on the map - see our 8035.000 for a copy with the stamps placed.Thematic arrangements of other stamps surround the map, including a grouping of past presidents and another of stamps honoring the armed forces. Along with the stamps are Chase’s small drawings of landmarks and descriptive notes. Shows state lines, and generally only one or two major cities per state. There is a box with a chronology of “Postage Firsts” from “Adhesive Stamps” in 1847 to the “Flying Post Office” in 1946. In the top center of the map is an inset illustration of a mail carrier at work with the U.S. Post Office motto and seal. Includes legend.
The pictorial map : A world of stamps
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1...
The pictorial map : A w...
1947
Separate Map
 
Author
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1878-1966
Full Title
The pictorial map : A world of stamps. Designed, drawn, and published by Ernest Dudley Chase, Wnchester, Mass. Research directors, Charles Peck Kerr, C. Beecher Petersen, Ashley c. LeDue. Copyright 1947, Ernest Dudley Chase, Winchester, Mass. The Post : Famous American commemorative Series -- 1940.
Note
Pictorial map illustrating the "History of Stamps," most of which are placed on or near the corresponding locales featured on the stamp. The rest are depicted around the map, with a letter and number corresponding to their location according to a key in the border. National boundaries are noted with dotted lines, and the equator is indicated with a row of large white circles. Scattered throughout are small drawings of landmarks with descriptive notes, brief inscriptions noting major events in the progress of postal delivery, as well as larger inset panels. The latter includes "Some Firsts" in mail history and the story of "The Famous One-Penny Black." A red-highlighted compass rose, lower right, has four portraits taken from stamps: "Pasteur - Europe," "Stanley - Africa," "Washington - No. America," and "Bolivar - So. America," all surrounding a picture of the "World's Rarest Stamp," a British Guiana one-cent magenta from 1856 with only "1 Known Copy." The cartouche is decorated with different modes of transportation for delivering mail.
The pictorial map : Stamps of America
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1...
The pictorial map : Sta...
1947
Separate Map
 
Author
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1878-1966
Full Title
The pictorial map : Stamps of America. Dedicated to Philatelists everywhere. Designed, drawn, and published by Ernest Dudley Chase, Winchester, Massachusetts, U.S.A. Research by Charles Peck Kerr. Copyright 1947, Ernest Dudley Chase, Winchester, Mass. The Post : Famous American commemorative Series -- 1940.
Note
Pictorial map of the United States, showing U.S. postage stamps, most of which are placed on or near the corresponding locales featured on the stamp. With small drawings of landmarks and descriptive notes. Shows state lines, and generally only one or two major cities per state. Thematic arrangements of other stamps surround the map, including a grouping of past presidents, stamps honoring the armed forces and stamps showing 1943-4 flags. Includes historical notes. In the top center of the map is an inset illustration of a mail carrier at work with the U.S. Post Office motto and seal. A red-highlighted compass rose, lower left.
The pictorial map : United States Stamps
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1...
The pictorial map : Uni...
1949
Separate Map
 
Author
Chase, Ernest Dudley, 1878-1966
Full Title
The pictorial map : United States Stamps. Designed, drawn and published by Ernest Dudley Chase. Winchester, Mass.; Research directors Charles Peck Kerr and Rupert Frank Jones. The post : Artists: Famous American Commemorative Series -- 1940.
Note
Pictorial map of the United States, showing U.S. postage stamps, most of which are placed on or near the corresponding locales featured on the stamp. Thematic arrangements of other stamps surround the map, including a grouping of past presidents and another of stamps honoring the armed forces. Along with the stamps are Chase's small drawings of landmarks and descriptive notes. Shows state lines, and generally only one or two major cities per state. There is a box with a chronology of "Postage Firsts" from "Adhesive Stamps" in 1847 to the "Flying Post Office" in 1946. In the top center of the map is an inset illustration of a mail carrier at work with the U.S. Post Office motto and seal. Includes legend.
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