Books and Philatelic Literature by Frajola

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The Pony Express, A Postal History
by Frajola, Kramer and Walske

November 2012 update: Remaining copies of this book have been donated to The Western Cover Society and can be had for a limited time FREE with an an approved membership. See the detail of the offer here.
 


The Pony Express, A Postal History by Frajola, Kramer and Walske

published 2005 by the Philatelic Foundation

September 2012 update: All rights to this book have been purchased by Richard Frajola and this book is now available here as a free 48 meg PDF file.

The census section of the book has been updated with new images where possible, reclassifications and additions. See web version census table of contents page here

 

 


The Postal History of Costa Rica to 1883 by Frajola and Mayer

published 2008 by The Collectors Club


 

 


The U. S. Post Offices in China and Japan, 1867 to 1874 by Frajola, Perlman, Scamp

published 2006 by The Collectors Club
 

 

 

The United States Five Cent Stamp of 1856 by Frajola and Mayer

published 2005 by The Collectors Club


 


Catalogs by Frajola
 


The Postage Stamps of Siam to 1940, A Descriptive Catalog
by Frajola (out of print)

published 1980 by Postilion Publications
 


Frajola Public Auction Catalogs
(PDFs)

(58 auction catalogs and 4 net price sales), sales include material from the collections of Ambassador J. William Middendorf III, Marc Haas, Amos Eno, Stephen Albert, Oscar Salzer, Thomas Alexander, et al. Notable finds include the Crittenden find of Pony Express covers and the Chase correspondence of Waterbury, Connecticut fancy cancels.

Annotated summary listing of the 58 Richard Frajola, Inc. auction catalogs and four net price catalogs (some with searchable PDF files), 1981/1995, is here. For additional catalogs see page here.
 


Book by Fred Gregory
 


Hawaii Foreign Mail to 1870
by Fred Gregory

published by the Philatelic Foundation (2012)

An unbelievable accomplishment and an outstanding resource. I highly recommend it to anybody who has not already purchased.

The image to left is ad copy that can be printed out and sent to the Philatelic Foundation. However, please note that the PF is moving as of December 1, 2012 to 341 West 38th Street – 5th floor. I bet they would appreciate selling some of these books BEFORE the move!
 


Books by David New
 



 

Private Bateman Goes To War by David New

One mans observations about his service in the “Army of the West” serving under Colonel Sterling Price. E. B. Bateman enlisted in April 1848 at St. Louis for the term of one year or the duration of the war. 

The story is a short one of one volunteer from Illinois joining the army in 1847. His story is told it in just 22 letters which include Dr. Bateman’s on going journey to the  California Gold Fields in the spring of 1849.

It is a pleasure to offer David New's first published venture on my website. His email here.

Size 8-1/2x11 in stiff wraps with maps and pictures.

 $20.00 postpaid

From  David F. New
P. O. Box 788
Anacortes, Washington 98221

 


Tales of the Trail, Mexican War, 1846 - 1849

by David New

The personal correspondence of soldiers and men who made the long journey to Santa Fe in 1846 to 1849.

It is a pleasure to offer David New's wonderful new book on my website. His email here.

Perfect bound in stiff wraps with maps and pictures.

Check with author for pricing and availability (only 50 printed).

From  David F. New
P. O. Box 788
Anacortes, Washington 98221


Richard Frajola (Mar 2013)