This is from the Irish Study Group based in Germany. These are the first 116 issues of thier journal “Die Harfe”. The first issue was published in 1982 with 4 issues per year. Starting with issue #96 they are bi-lingual.
In this volume the author shows the different values, ones used during the transition from punts to euros, different papers, gums and different sheets booklets ….
This publication picks up from where Fred Dixon’s publication “Postal Rates before 1840” left off. The authors have attempted to summarise all available information for the period since 1839 and list all the principal postage rates of interest to postal historians. It does not contain information about parcel rates.
Listings of postal markings giving town names but without dates, includes much information on Receiving Houses, illustrated, 63 pages.
Study developed from the postal archives of Dublin and London, 94 pages.
Based on extensive research in postal archives and museums in Ireland and Great Britain, this is a well documented treatment of the subject, illustrated, 312 pages.
A reprint of the 1923 Guide.
An anthology by eight noted philatelists representing a variety of interests in Irish philately, with special postcard produced by AnPost, illustrated, 139 pages.
Lists the Irish rates from 1637 to 1840, illustrated, bibliography, 37 pages.
More than 300 illustrations by county, die and type, 116 pages.