LSN: Linn's Stamp News Nov. 5 highlights

LSN: Linn's Stamp News Nov. 5 highlights

Post by Linn's Stamp Ne » Fri, 02 Nov 2001 01:14:00



The latest news, columns, and features from
the Nov. 5, 2001 edition of Linn's Stamp News Online...
( http://www.linns.com/ )

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Linn's Online News:

1. NEW! Neuter-spay stamp designs unveiled during show taping
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20011105/news1.asp )

        The United States Postal Service unveiled the designs of its
        Neuter or Spay stamps Oct. 16 during a taping of the television
        game show "The Price is Right." The stamps are slated to be
        issued in September 2002.

2. NEW! George Linn's Harding covers to be offered in Nov. 6 auction
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20011105/news2.asp )

        For the first time since 1923, a special group of first-day
        covers produced by Linn's founder George W. Linn will be
        offered for sale all at once, senior editor Rob Haeseler reports.

3. NEW! Tell Us Now
( http://www.linns.com/poll.asp )

        Tell Us Now, a new interactive poll feature on linns.com.
        This week, tell us ... Associate editor Rick Miller reports that
        the U.S. Postal Service will not apply a first-day postmark to
        uncacheted covers sent for first-day cancels unless the design
        is sent too. Do you agree with this policy of denying some cachets?

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Linn's Online Columns:
1.  Editor's Choice: Stamp market improves despite recent events
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20011105/editor.asp )

        According to our U.S. Stamp Market index, terrorism and its
        aftermath has not affected the stamp market in the United States.
        Editorial director Michael Laurence has more in this week's
        Editor's Choice column.

2. Refresher Course: Listen to the stories that your covers tell
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20011105/refresher.asp )

        Read any good covers lately? In the Refresher Course, Janet Klug
        blazes the trail to understanding some of the markings struck on covers.

3. Duck Stamps: New $3 Pintail Drakes error found
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20011001/duckstamps.asp )

        Duck Stamps columnist Bob Dumaine holds forth on a previously
        unreported error: a $3 Pintail Drakes duck stamp with the back
        printing omitted.

4. Asia: Victorian-era Hong Kong has wide appeal
( http://www.linns.com/michaelrogers/20011029/20011029.asp )

        Michael Rogers highlights the attractions of collecting
        Victorian-era Hong Kong stamps in his Asia column.

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Regular Features

1. Linn's Zillions of Stamps!
 ( http://www.linns.com/zillions/default.asp )

2. Linn's StampSites
 ( http://www.stampsites.com )

3. New Issues: Western Hemisphere
 ( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20011105/newissues.asp )

4. Search New online classified ads!
 ( http://www.linns.com/market/classified/ )

5. Stamp collectors' reference area
 ( http://www.linns.com/reference/ )

6. Linn's Bookstore
 ( http://www.linns.com/market/books/ )

7. Linn's computer wallpaper:
the 1999 Insects & Spiders stamps (Scott #3351)
( http://www.linns.com/online/wallpaper/ )

8. Stamp Events calendar
( http://www.linns.com/market/calendar/ )

9. 2002 U.S. Stamp Program
( http://www.linns.com/program/2002us.asp )

10. 2001 U.S. Stamp Program
( http://www.linns.com/program/2001us.asp )

11. 2001 U.N. Stamp Program
( http://www.linns.com/program/2001un.asp )

12. 2001 Canada Stamp Program
( http://www.linns.com/program/2001canada.asp )

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Column Previews
( http://www.linns.com/print/ )

1. Dollar Signs: $1 Woodrow Wilson by Charles Snee
2. Insider: E-mail by Les Winick
3. Kitchen Table Philately: Sweden by E. Rawolik VI
4. Postal History: Ships named 'Franklin' by Richard B. Graham
5. Postmark Pursuit: Snoopy by Rachel Supinger
6. Stamp Market Tips: Germany by John G. Ross
7. Stamps on the Internet: Databases by William F. Sharpe
8. U.S. Notes: Coil perforations by John Hotchner
9. Who's Who on U.S. Stamps: T. Moran by Richard Thomas

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