LSN: Linn's Stamp News Sept. 24 highlights

LSN: Linn's Stamp News Sept. 24 highlights

Post by Linn's Stamp New » Thu, 20 Sep 2001 23:23:32



The latest news, columns, and features from
the Sept. 24, 2001 edition of Linn's Stamp News Online...
( http://www.linns.com/ )

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Linn's Online News:

1. NEW! U.S., Italian stamps honor father of nuclear energy
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20010924/news1.asp )

 Associate editor Rick Miller reports on a new 34 postage
 stamp to be issued Sept. 29 in honor of the 100th anniversary
 of the birth of physicist Enrico Fermi, considered by many
 to be the father of nuclear energy.

1. NEW! Covers bearing stamps emerge from Liberia
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20010924/news2.asp )

 Two covers sent from war-torn Liberia to the United States
 in 2001 show that the Liberian postal service is operating
 in some fashion. Senior editor Denise McCarty has the story.

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 ... A feature story and the Editor's Choice
 column discuss recent covers mailed from Liberia to the United
 States bearing various stamps. Which Liberian stamps do you
 think are real?

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Linn's Online Columns:
1.  Editor's Choice: Liberian covers bear two types of real stamps
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20010924/editor.asp )

 Editorial director Michael Laurence discusses recent covers
 mailed from Liberia to the United States bearing various stamps.
 Are the stamps real?

2. Refresher Course: Collecting perfinned stamps: the hole story
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20010924/refresher.asp )

 In this week's Refresher Course, Kathleen Wunderly explains
 that having holes in your stamps is a good thing for a perfins
 collector.

3. Duck Stamps: Junior duck stamp program good for kids, hobby
( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20010903/duckstamps.asp )

 Duck Stamps columnist Bob Dumaine reports on the federal
 junior duck stamp program -- a bright spot in the world
 of duck stamps.

4. Asia: First issue of Taiwan is rare and valuable
( http://www.linns.com/michaelrogers/20010917/20010917.asp )

 Asia columnist Michael Rogers describes the rare and valuable
 Flying Geese first issue of Taiwan.

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3. New Issues: Europe
 ( http://www.linns.com/print/archives/20010924/newissues.asp )

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7. Linn's computer wallpaper:
2000 U.S. nondenominated (34) Flag Over Farm stamp (Scott #3449)
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8. Stamp Events calendar
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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. Collecting Canada: Slogan cancel by John Burnett
2. Insider: Cards enveloped by Les Winick
3. Kitchen Table Philately: Worldwide by E. Rawolik V
4. Modern FDCs: Exhibiting rules by Lloyd de Vries
5. Postal History: Texas by Richard B. Graham
6. Postmark Pursuit: Porky Pig by Rachel Supinger
7. Stamp Market Tips: Taiwan by John G. Ross
8. Topics and Themes: Embroidery by Barbara L. Anderson
9. U.S. Notes: Holocaust exhibit by John Hotchner

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