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     AP Cover March 2019   

    Member David Lindwall's article
    got Guatemala? was published in
     the March 2019 issue of
    The American Philatelist. APS members
     may read the article online here.

   Topical Time cover

   The March/April issue of Topical Time,
   the journal of the Americal Topical
   Association, contains two articles on
   Mayan topics on stamps.

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Buying Guatemala and all Central American stamps, covers, and collections.
Write or e-mail: David Reitsema, 7800 Coventry Drive, Castle Rock, CO  80108
19th and early 20th C. covers to Rabinal, B.V.
Will buy or request information about their dates and the names of the persons they were sent to.
Gary O'Neal, 3725 SW 91st Avenue, Portland, OR  97225
1902/07 Waterlows
Large numbers required for plating and perforation study. With or without ovpt, mint or used. Will buy all you have: 30c each as singles, 40c each in blocks or multiples, 50c each in full sheets.
Kerry Kearton-Gee, The Windrush, Stoke Row Road, Peppard Common, Henley on Thames, Oxon RG9 5JD, England.
Used or mint picture postcards
Will buy or trade for other cards, covers or stamps.  Also need photocopies of cards to complete check-lists for the various publishers.
Write to: William Cornwell Jr., Tara Drive #10, Weymouth MA 02188
Wanted to buy: Scott 06-012, the Triangle Official stamps on cover with proper usage, either in government service or use by private citizens. I'm interested in the common to the rare covers; with fair and reasonable prices paid. I would also like to find full sheets of this issue.
Write to: Jonathan Topper, 8524 Highway 6 North, Suite 237, Houston, TX 77095 or
Stamps wanted: I am in search of the following Scott #s: originals or duplicates, new or used--C125, C127, C137-9, C143-6, C248-50, C383-5, C444-6, 309 and 355-9. My email:; address: 5128 S. Hyde Pk. Blvd., Chicago IL, 60615.


GUATEMALA PRE-STAMP EXHIBIT collection.  This was one of the major portions of Gruson’s Postal Markings of Guatemala exhibit consisting of over 85 covers with the earliest dated 1773 plus added material.  It includes two diligencia covers and an original four page Postal Law of 1824.  For more information contact             


Guatemala Expertizing Service
 Currently not available.