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The Scott Stamp Illustrated Identifier is your guide to identifying a stamp’s region. This is especially helpful for stamps that do not have English words on them. The Identifier includes illustrated, color pictures of stamps or parts of stamps as well as narratives about stamp symbols unique to specific countries of the world.
The Identifier ($12.99 value) has been published as a standalone publication since the 2022 edition of the Scott Catalogues, when it was separated from the main catalogs in order to make more room for the growing number of new and updated listings. We’re pleased to be able to continue to include it in the digital edition for you as an added value.
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What’s in the Classic Specialized Catalogue?
This volume includes listings for the 350+ countries around the world where stamps were issued between the years of 1840-1940. Beginning with the first ever stamp issued in Great Britain in 1840, the Classic is the primary source for the issues of the first century of philately.
In contrast to the standard catalogs (volumes 1-6), this unique volume provides further insight and greatly expanded information on early worldwide issues in the form of expanded listings. Expanded listings range from color varieties to paper varieties to individual never-hinged issues.
The Scott Classic Specialized Catalogue is also a major source for listings and values for covers, multiples (including strips and blocks of four) for select countries, stamps without gum as well as used pairs.
As we continue to research classic stamp issues each year, we are always adding new varieties to our existing listings. And of course, the Classic is always updated with the latest values for stamps from the years of 1840 to 1940.
The Classic includes listings from an incredible 350+ countries, as follows:
United States (US Confederate States, Guam, Hawaii) – Abu Dhabi – Aden (Kathiri, Quaiti) – Afghanistan – La Aguera – Aitutaki – Alaouites – Albania – Alexandretta – Algeria – Allenstein – Spanish Andorra – French Andorra – Angola – Angra – Anjouan – Annam & Tonkin – Antigua – Argentina (Buenos Aires, Cordoba, Corrientes) – Armenia – Ascension – Australian States(New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia) – Australia – Austria (Austrian Offices Abroad, Lombardy Venetia) – Azerbaijan – Azores – Bahamas – Bahrain – Bangkok – Barbados – Barbuda – Basutoland – Batum – Bechuanaland – Bechuanaland Protectorate – Belgian Congo – Belgium – Benin – Bermuda – Bolivia – Bosnia & Herzegovina – Brazil – British Central Africa – British East Africa – British Guiana – British Honduras – Brunei – Bulgaria – Burma – Bushire – Cameroun – Canadian Provinces (British Columbia & Vancouver Island, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island) – Canada – Cape Juby – Cape of Good Hope – Cape Verde – Caroline Islands – Castellorizo – Cayman Islands – Central Lithuania – Ceylon – Chad – Chile – China (China Provinces, Offices in Tibet, Shanghai, China Treaty Ports) – Cilicia – Cochin China – Colombia, Columbian States (Antioquia, Bolivar, Boyaca, Cundinamarca, Santander, Tolima) – Cook Islands – Corfu – Costa Rica (Guanacaste) – Crete – Cuba – Cyprus – Cyrenaica – Czechoslovakia (Bohemia and Moravia, Czech Legion) – Dahomey – Dalmatia – Danish West Indies – Danzig – Denmark – Diego Suarez – Dominica – Dominican Republic – East Africa & Uganda Protectorates – Eastern Rumelia – Eastern Silesia – Ecuador – Egypt – Elobey, Annobon & Corisco – Epirus – Eritrea – Estonia – Ethiopia – Falkland Islands (Falkland Dependencies) – Far Eastern Republic – Faroe Islands – Fernando Po – Fiji – Finland – Fiume – France (French Offices Abroad – Reunion) – French Colonies – French Congo – French Equatorial Africa – French Guiana – French Guinea – French India – French Morocco – French Oceania – French Sudan – Funchal – Gabon – Gambia – Georgia – German East Africa – German New Guinea – German South West Africa – German States (Baden, Bavaria, Bergedorf, Bremen, Brunswick, Hamburg, Hanover, Lubeck, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Mecklenburg-Strelitz, North German Confederation, Oldenburg, Prussia, Saxony, Schleswig-Holstein, Thurn & Taxis, Wurttemberg) – Germany (German Occupations, German Offices Abroad) – Gibraltar – Gilbert & Ellice Islands – Gold Coast – Grand Comoro – Great Britain (British Offices Abroad) – Greece – Greenland – Grenada – Griqualand West – Guadeloupe – Guatemala – Haiti – Hatay – Heligoland – Honduras – Hong Kong – Horta – Hungary (Hungary Occupations, Western Hungary) – Iceland – India – India Convention States (Chamba, Faridkot, Gwalior, Jind, Nabha, Patiala) – India Feudatory States (Alwar, Bamra, Barwani, Bhopal, Bhor, Bijawar, Bundi, Bussahir, Charkhari, Cochin, Dhar, Duttia, Faridkot, Hyderabad, Idar, Indore, Jaipur, Jammu & Kashmir, Jasdan, Jhalawar, Jind, Kishangarh, Kotah, Las Bela, Morvi, Nandgaon, Nowanuggur, Orchha, Poonch, Rajasthan, Rajpeepla, Sirmoor, Soruth, Tonk, Travancore, Travancore-Cochin, Wadhwan) – Indo-China – Inhambane – Inini – Ionian Islands – Iran – Iraq – Ireland – Italian Colonies – Italian East Africa – Italian States (Modena, Parma, Romagna, Roman States, Sardinia, Tuscany, Two Sicilies) – Italy (Italian Offices Abroad, Aegean Islands) – Ivory Coast – Jamaica – Japan (Japanese Offices Abroad) – Jordan – Karelia – Kenya, Uganda, & Tanzania – Kiauchau – Kionga – Korea – Kuwait – Labuan – Lagos – Latakia – Latvia – Lebanon – Leeward Islands – Liberia – Libya – Liechtenstein – Lithuania – Lourenco Marques – Luxembourg – Macao – Madagascar – Madeira – Malaya – Malaya States (Johore, Kedah, Kelantan, Malacca, Negri Sembilan, Pahang, Penang, Perak, Perlis, Sabah, Selangor, Sungei Ujong, Trengganu) – Maldive Islands – Malta – Manchukuo – Mariana Islands – Marienwerder – Marshall Islands – Martinique – Mauritania – Mauritius – Mayotte – Memel – Mesopotamia – Mexico (Campeche, Chiapas, Chihuahua, Cuautla, Cuernavaca, Guadalajara, Merida, Tlacotalpan, Sinaloa, Yucatan) – Middle Congo – Moheli – Monaco – Mongolia – Montenegro – Montserrat – Morocco – Mozambique – Mozambique Company – Natal – Nauru – Nepal – Netherlands – Netherlands Antilles – Netherlands Indies – Nevis – New Britain – New Caledonia – New Guinea – British New Hebrides – French New Hebrides – New Republic – New Zealand – Nicaragua (Province of Zelaya, Cabo Gacias A Dois) – Niger – Niger Coast Protectorate – Nigeria – Niue – Norfolk Island – North Borneo – Northern Nigeria – Northern Rhodesia – North Ingermanland – North West Pacific Islands – Norway – Nossi-Be – Nyasaland Protectorate – Nyassa – Obock – Oltre Giuba – Oman – Orange River Colony – Pakistan (Bahawalpur) – Palestine – Panama – Papua – Paraguay – Penrhyn Island – Peru (Ancachs, Apurimac, Arequipa, Ayacucho, Chachapoyas, Chala, Chiclayo, Cuzco, Huacho, Moquegua, Paita, Pasco, Pisco, Piura, Puno, YCA) – Philippines – Pitcairn Islands – Poland (Polish Offices Abroad) – Ponta Delgada – Portugal – Portuguese Africa – Portuguese Congo – Portuguese Guinea – Portuguese India – Puerto Rico – Quelimane – Rhodesia – Rio De Oro – Romania (Romania Occupation) – Rouad, Ile – Ruanda-Urundi – Russia (Wenden (Livonia), Army of the Northwest, Army of the North, Russian Offices Abroad) – Saar – St. Christopher – St. Helena – St. Kitts-Nevis – St. Lucia – Ste. Marie de Madagascar – St. Pierre & Miquelon – St. Thomas & Prince Island – St. Vincent – El Salvador – Samoa – San Marino – Sarawak – Saseno – Saudi Arabia (Hejaz, Jedda, Nejdi) – Schleswig – Senegal – Senegambia & Niger – Serbia – Seychelles – Siberia – Sierra Leone – Singapore – Slovakia – Solomon Islands – Somalia – Somali Coast – Somaliland Protectorate – South Africa – Southern Nigeria – Southern Rhodesia – South Russia – South West Africa – Spain (Carlist Stamps, Revolutionary Overprints) – Spanish Guinea – Spanish Morocco – Tetuan – Tangier – Spanish Sahara – Stellaland – Straits Settlements – Sudan – Surinam – Swaziland – Sweden – Switzerland – Syria (Issues of The Arabian Government) – Tahiti – Tanganyika – Tannu Tuva – Tete – Thailand – Thrace – Tibet – Timor – Tobago – Togo – Tokelau – Tonga – Transcaucasian Federated Republic – Transvaal – Trinidad – Trinidad & Tobago – Tripolitania – Tristan da Cunha – Tunisia – Turkey – Turkey in Asia – Turks & Caicos Islands – Turks Islands – Ubangi-Shari – Uganda – Ukraine – Upper Senegal & Niger – Upper Silesia – Upper Volta – Uruguay – Vatican City – Venezuela (Port of Carupano, Port of Guayana) – Virgin Islands – Wallis & Futuna Islands – Western Ukraine – Yemen – Yugoslavia – Zambezia – Zanzibar – Zululand.
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