Australia 2020 Stamps Catalogue by Renniks 17th Edition Covers PNC's 320 Full Colour Pages
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Renniks Stamps of Australia 17th Edition is Australia’s best selling philatelic guide.
This comprehensive guide to Australian stamps, now in its 17th edition, covers issues all the way up to 31/12/2020.
With 320 pages, 3,800 images and 18,000+ valuations, this book is a valuable reference for both the experienced collector and casual browser.
170mm x 245mm x 20mm (B5 size)
The 17th edition has been fully revised, and now includes values for both gummed and self-adhesive stamps.
New catalogue numbers are used to allow for variations, as well as new suffixes to differentiate the type of stamp in the catalogue.
The book includes a comprehensive table with description of suffixes in the book.
Postage Stamps in Australia
Colonial Stamps of Australia
New South Wales Colonial Stamps
Queensland Colonial Stamps
South Australia Colonial Stamps
Tasmania Colonial Stamps
Victoria Colonial Stamps
Western Australia Colonial Stamps
Australian Predecimal Stamps 1913-1936
Kangaroo and King George V Series (includes varieties & OS Official Stamps)
Australian Predecimal Stamps 1914-1966
British Commonwealth Occupation Force
Australian Decimal Stamps 1966 to 31/12/2020
Frama Vending Machine Labels
Australian Antarctic Territory 1957 to 31/12/2020
Norfolk Island 2017 to 31/12/2020
Philatelic Numismatic Covers
Philatelic Medallion Covers
This publication is a concise catalogue showing current values, at the date of publication, Australian and Australian Antarctic Territory postage stamps.
General information on each issue is given but not specialised details – perforations, watermarks, method of printing etc.
Major changes include:
bigger size of the book, previously A5, now 30% bigger to B5
updated, corrected and improved images
additional introductory pages
additional descriptions and relevant information
Additional value columns for Gummed and Self Adhesive stamps of the same type
Changed catalogue numbers. This was no easy decision, but after reviewing the sheer volume of changes and additions, it was clearly the only way to go.