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The first FACIT catalogue was issued in 1947. It has since become the standard reference and a "must-have" for collectors of Nordic philately. Armed with the right FACIT you not only have a current price catalogue with all issued stamps, but also a handbook in the art of stamp collecting. It is written by a catalogue committee of about 20 active, distinguished philatelists, each closely monitoring the market in their area of expertise.
FACIT Special 2014 is now available!
The 2014 edition features an article by Orla Nielsen about the largest multiples recorded of Icelandic aurar stamps 1876-1901, an expanded section on Swedish first day covers, all newly issued stamps and many price updates.
FACIT Special is an annual specialized catalogue featuring all stamps of the Nordic countries in colour. It is aimed at the more advanced collector but is designed to enable anybody to easily find the desired information. SEK 475 incl. VAT (p&p will be added).
FACIT Postal is issued every five years and is focussed on Swedish town cancellations and postal history, a popular philatelic area of interest. SEK 475 incl. VAT (p&p will be added).
FACIT Sverige is issued every two years and is a simpler catalogue with Swedish stamps only. The catalogue is filled with beautiful high quality colour images and the content is easy to grasp. This is the perfect catalogue for the beginner or for anybody in need of a quick valuation of their stamps. SEK 250 incl. VAT (p&p will be added).
Postiljonen invites you to the “Malmö 3rd International Philatelic Summit“
The Summit is open for applications until 31 December 2013, but we expect it might be fully booked much earlier. Eight great philatelists are invited as speakers and you can read about them and their topics in the official invitation.
Fakes, Forgeries & Experts Journal #15
Fakes, Forgeries & Experts Journal is back with an excellent new issue. FFE is published by Postiljonen, edited by Knud Mohr and has become an appreciated working tool at international exhibitions. In this issue there are 21 articles dealing with classic material but also with modern types of forgeries.
Read more here!
A Most Spectacular Reunion!
The Fakes, Forgeries & Experts Journal and Postiljonen AB present a fabulous philatelic item - a previously unknown, reconstructed block of four of Denmark's first issue, the 2 RBS. Read more here! (1.5 MB PDF file)