Iceland The Collecting Office in Selás

By Þór Þorsteins. Frímerkjablaðið Nr. 18 of 2008. Translated from the Icelandic and, with his permission, edited by Brian Flack When people drive in the outskirts of Reykjavík, they often do not realize the big changes which have taken place.…...

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Iceland Skeggjastaðir í Fellum 1945 – 63

Originally Published March 2008 B/W illustrations from ArticleColour Illustrations: David Loe (fig1) and Brian Flack (fig2) By Brynjólfur Sigurjónsson, translated by þór þorsteins and edited by Brian Flack An Icelandic parcel card from 1949 with three numeral strikes of 300,…...

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Iceland Where was the first Post Office in Reykjavík ?

Originally Published in September 2005 Originally published in Frímerkjablaði, Issue 11. This English translation by the author is reproduced with his permission. Editing was restricted to a minimum to improve the English without I hope altering any of the author’s…...

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Iceland World War 1

Originally Published December 2004 Iceland, like the other Scandinavian countries was neutral during the First World War but it could not avoid the effects of the conflict. ‘The main problem for the isolated nation in its isolated position in the…...

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