Faroes The North Atlantic Drift Card Experiment

Arthur Jennion Never Published in Contact In 1954 The U.K. National Oceanography Institute carried out an experiment examining the effects of drifting oil pollution and the possible effects it would have on the environment. Reply paid cards were dropped in…...

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Scandinavia Kugleposten

Tony Lyford, never published in Contact The finances of the Danish mail operated differently from the rest of Europe. Elsewhere passengers contributed towards the expenses of carrying the mail by paying fares, but in Denmark passengers and mail never travelled…...

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Denmark Conscience, Conflict and Camps 1932-1949

Never Published in Contact This display is an extract of an eight-frame exhibit in the Open Class. An Open Class exhibit can have up to 50% non-philatelic material of all kinds, up to 5mm thickness, to help illustrate the philatelic…...

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Denmark Macro Writing on Stamps

Like all good philatelists I made a point of sniffing out the local stamp shops in the area I was visiting in Denmark here at the end of February and my visit to Holstebro in Western Jutland was no exception.…...

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